^ iimp -^
MARY LeBARON STOCKWELL.
T. R. MARVIN & SON, PRINTERS,
73 Federal Street.
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIOl^S.
A Colonial Wedding Frontispiece.
From an etching by Frederick Dielman.
The Wilder Homestead, Hingham (Erected before 1690) ... 9
Dr. LeBaron's Scales 21
Agreement of Children of Francisi LeBaron 23
LeBaron Graves, Buiial Hill, Plymouth 28
The " Gov. Bradford House," Bristol, E. 1 29
Dr. Francis LeBaron, â€” "Apothecary General" (1781-1829) . . 31
From a miniature in possession of Mrs. Catherine E. Hedge.
Elizabeth (LeBaron) Bobbins (1745-1829) 31
From a portrait in possession of Miss Isabella Eldridge.
Rev. Thomas Bobbins, D.D. (1777-1856) 32
From a portrait in possession of the Conn. Hist. Soc.
Martha (LeBaron) Gilbert (1772-1852) 45
From a portrait in possession of Gilbert D. LeB. Dewey.
Homestead of Lazarus LeBaron, Sutton, Mass 47
Sarah (LeBaron) Hazen (1749-1823) 48
From a miniature in possession of Miss Frances M. Smith.
Ann B. (Bradford) DeWolf (1770-1838) 55
From a miniature in possession of Mrs. Ann DeWolf Gibbs.
.Tames LeBaron (1780-1856) 59
From a daguerreotype in possession of James LeB. Willard.
Dr. LeBaron EusseU (1814-89) 61
James LeBaron (1800-67) 87
Chauncey LeBaron (1803-79) 87
Elijah H. LeBaron (1814-97) 89
Japhet B. LeBaron (1S17- ) 90
Sarah L. (Hazen) Botsfoid (1775-1850) 116
From a miniature in possession of Harry G. Botsford.
Dr. LeBaron Botsford (1812-88) IIC
Mary A. (DeWolf) Perry (1795-1834) 132
Kobbins BatteU (1819-95) 152
The â€¢â€¢ Old Mansion," Mattapoisett (Erected 1777) .... 157
John B. LeBaron (1817-84) 168
Franklin W. Manning (1874-98) 201
George Botsford (1807-91) 250
From a miniature in possession of Harry G. Botsford.
John G. Locke (1803-69) 254
Grace LeB. (Locke) Upham 254
Mary J. (Goodwin) Austin (1831-94) 263
From a photograph furnished by Mrs. Lilian I. de Silva.
William LeBaron Putnam 392
Charles Dana Gibson 429
Gravestone of Dr. Francis^ LeBaron, Burial Hill, Plymouth . 449
Notes of a Sermon (exact size), by Rev. Lemuel LeBaron . 450
Martha H. (LeBaron) Goddard (1829-88) 451
CATHARINE MUNROE (MARCH) CLARK
THE PEEPARATION OF THIS BOOK 18 DUE; AND
TO HEK MEMORY
IT IS LOVINGLY DEDICATED.
In offeiing this volume to the public, the compiler is well aware that
in many lines it is incomplete, and that there must be, of necessity,
occasional errors in dates and names. As to the former, it is well known
to all genealogists that the dates found on town records frequently
differ from those contained in family Bibles, or given on gravestones;
in some cases, two or even three varying dates for the same event
have been furnished by different members of the same family ; in such
instances the responsibility of deciding which had the greater weight
of evidence in its favor has necessarily fallen upon the compiler, and
it can hardly be supposed that no errors have been made in reaching
the conclusions given. In the spelling of names some apparent dis-
crepancies will doubtless be observed; these are due to the fact that
the form used by the family itself has been followed. Even in the
same family different members have occasionally used different spelUng
of their familj^ name.
The material for the foundation of the work was largely gathered
by the late John Goodwin Locke ; the notes which he left at the time
of his death, in 1869, being collated by Capt. Nathaniel Goodwin, who
brought down the line of descendants of Dr. Lazarus LeBaron,- the
second son of Francis,^ quite fully, to the year 1872.
In 1897, at the initiative of Edmund S. and James W. Clark, the
compiler of this volume assumed the work of bringing the record
down to date, picking up, as far as possible, the many lost threads in
the lines of the other sons of Francis' â€” James- and Francis.^ In
carrying out this labor many members of the LeBaron family have
rendered important aid by their kind and ready response to many
and repeated inquiries ; the compiler would express appreciation of
the great help received in the way of suggestions as to arrangement,
as well as for information furnished, by the printers of the book ;
thanks are due to Mr. PVederick Dielman for his kindness and courtesy
in allowing the use, for the frontispiece, of a copy of his etching,
" A Colonial Wedding," which represents the marriage of Francis
LeBaron and Mary Wilder. The Rev. Calbraith B. Perry, D. D., has
kindly permitted the use of plates of pictures of Ann (Bradford)
DeWoIf, Mary Ann (DeWolf ) Perry, and of the Bradford House in
Bristol, R. I.
Some information which was received too late for insertion in its
proper place, would gladly have been included had it been possible
without disarranging the plan of the work. Valuable assistance has
been rendered by Mr. Harry G. Botsford, Mrs. Frances E. Bovie, Miss
Sarah Bradford, Lemuel LeB. Dexter, Esq., Miss Isabella Eldridge, Mrs.
Helen L. Goodwin, Mrs. Catherine E. Hedge, Mr. Isaac N. LeBaron,
Miss Mary A. Richardson, Mrs. Clara J. Sampson, Mr. Benjamin Shurt-
leff, Jr., Mrs. Jessie F. Stalker, Mrs. Ella G. St. Dizier, and Mr. James
Mrs. Hepzibah G. Emerson, Miss Frances E. Murray, Mrs. Sarah S.
Norton, and many others showed their interest in various ways, in the
early years of the work, but have not lived to see its completion.
Maey LeBaeon Stockwell.
January 1, 1904-
OF PLYMOUTH, MASS.
Fkancis^ LeBakon was bom in 1668, in France ; died Aug.
8, 1704, in Plymouth, Mass. ; married Sept. 6, 1695, Mary, daugh-
ter of Edward* and Elizabeth (Eames) Wilder, of Hingham, born
Apiil 7, 1668 ; died Sept. 25, 1737. His widow married (2), Dec.
10, 1707, Return Waite, born in 1678, in Boston ; died Oct. 3,
1751, in Plymouth.
The birthplace of Francis LeBaron is not known; the first
mention of him occurs in the Town Records of Plymouth, at the
â€¢The following notes on Edward Wilder are from the "Book of the
Wilders," and the " History of Hingham." Edward, son of Thomas and Mar-
tha Wilder of Shiplake, Oxfordshire, England, b. 1623 (?) ; d. Oct. 28, 1690; m.
April, 1651, Elizabeth, dau. of Anthony .Eames [Ames], of Hingham, d. June
9, 1692. He was in Hingham, Massachusetts Bay, in November, 1638, on the
arrival of his mother from England, in the ship Confidence, from the port of
Southampton. He remained in Hingham, and was made a freeman in 1645.
Children [order uncertain] : John, b. 1653, d. April 11, 1724, m. Rebecca :
Elizabeth, b. 1655, m. July 16, 1673, Israel Fearing : Ephraim, d. Oct. 21, 1690 :
Isaac, d. Sept. 26, 169-, m. Mary Whiton : Abia, m. William Clark : Mehitable,
m. Joseph Warren : Anna : Abigail, d. June 6, 1718 : Hannah, b. Mar. 6, 1666,
d. 1690 : Mary, b. April 7, 1668, m. 1696, Francis LeBaron : Jabez, b. 1671, d.
May 21, 1731, m. Mary Ford. The "History of Hingham" says : Widow Mar-
tha Wilder, mother of Edward, probably came from Shiplake, Oxfordshire,
England. Edward Wilder was a soldier in the war against King Philip. The
author of the " History of Hingham " calls Anthony Eames " of Marshfield."
See also Barber's "Hist. Colls.," p. 506, "Hingham."
10 Descendants of Francis LeBaron.
time of his marriage with Mary Wilder, of Hingham. His grave-
stone on the " Ancient Burial Hill " in Plymouth, now in good
preservation, marks the date of his death and age, and gives
the latter as thirty-six years. Substantially the same tradi-
tion in regard to him has been handed down in the various
branches of his family, namely, that a French privateer, fitted out
at Bordeaux and cruising on the American coast, was wrecked in
Buzzard's Bay. The crew were taken prisoners and carried to
Boston. In passing through Plymouth, the surgeon, P^ancis
LeBaron, was detained by sickness, and on his recovery performed
a surgical operation so successfully that the inhabitants of the
town petitioned the executive. Lieutenant Governor Stoughton,
for his release, that he might settle among them. The petition
was granted, and he practiced his profession in that town and
vicinity until liis death.
In regard to his religious faith there are different opinions : some
have claimed that he was a Roman CathoHc, wliile others are just
as strenuous in declaring that he was of a Huguenot family. It is
possible that both claims are right, as, for a long period preceding
1696, the severest affliction of the Huguenots was due to the ab-
straction of their children and youth from their homes, to be edu-
cated in the Roman Catholic faith.
We tMnk best to express no opinion in regard to tliis matter,
but place in the Appendix various statements and notes wliich
have come to our attention, leaving each one interested to draw
Ms own conclusions.
2. i. James,^ b. May 23, 1696.
3. ii. Lazarus, b. Dec. 26, 1698.
4. iii. Francis, b. June 13, 1701.
WILL OF FRANCIS LeBARON.
The thii-tielh Day of September Anno Domine 1703
I Francis Lebai-on of Plimouth in the County of Plimouth in New
England Chirurgeon being at this present Sick and Weak of body but
through mercy of Sound disposing mind and memory. Do hereby
First Generation. 11
make and Declare this my Last Will and Testament as followeth That
is to Say first and Principally I commit my Eternall Concernments to
the Mercy of God in Jesus Christ and my body to Decent burial When
it shall please God to take me hence And Touching my Outward Estate
Which the Lord hath blessed me with my Will and meaning is that the
Same Shall be Imployed And bestowed as herein Shall be Expressed
that is to Say First of all That all my Just Debts to any Person or Per-
sons be Duly Paid by my Executrix hereafter named and after the Said
Debts and my funeral Expenses be Discharged and Paid my Will is
That my Whole Estate be in the hands and Custody of Mary my Well-
beloved Wife So Long as She Shall Remain my Widdow and Con-
tinue in my Name to be managed by her as Followeth Viz my money
and money Debts Owing and Due to me to be Lett Out to Such as
Shall See Cause to take the Same and pay Annual Interest therefor
Which Sd Interest to be for ye Support of my Said Wife and Children
I also Will That when Francis my youngest Son Shall Come to the
age of twenty one years that then my farm on which my Dwelling
house Standeth in the Township of Middleborough with all my meadow
there be Duly Apprized and the Value thereof known And that James
my Eldest Son Shall have and Enjoy the Same to him his heirs And
Assignes for Ever he paying two thirds of the Value thereof to his two
Brethren Namely Lazarus and Francis my Sons Also it is my Will that
ye Residue of my Estate both Lands Goods and Chattells (Except
What of it Shall be Disposed of by this my Will) Shall be Equally
Distributed and Divided amongst my Said three Sons at the Day of the
Decease of my Sd Wife or at the time of her Againe Marriage Which
shall first happen or be. provided always And it is my Will that my
Said Wife have Residence in my Sd Plouse and farm and a Comfort-
able Support and maintenance Out of my Sd Estate So long as She
Shall Continue my Widdow but if She Shall Againe Many and Go
Out of my name then at the Day of her Said marriage I hereby Give
Unto her the Full Sum of Sistj' Pounds in money or Such of my Goods
as She Shall then See Cause to make Choyce of And the Remainder of
my Sd Estate to be for the Support Comfort & bringing up of my Sd
Children and to be Distributed amongst them in Equall proportion as
Item I Give And bequeath to ye Poor of the Town of PUmouth
Ninety Acres of my Land lying in the Said Township of Middlebor-
12 Descendants of Francis LeBaron.
ough and of Such of my Land there as Lyeth nearest to ye Township
of Plimouth to be for the Use and Benefit of ye Sd Poor for Ever*
Finally I hereby Nominate & Appoint Mary my Said Wife to be
Sole Executrix of this my Last Will & Testament In Testimony
whereof and in full Confirmation of the Same I the Said Francis Le-
baron have here Unto Set my hand
September Anno Domini One thousand Seven hundred & three being
the Day & year first here in Written
Signed Sealed and Declared by the Sd Francis Lebaron to be his
Last Will and Testament in presence of Vs
John Bradford Jun^ LeBaeon
[No Christian name on Will.]
On the 22 Day of Septe 1704 before Nath Thomas Esqe Judge of
the Probate of Wills &c
James Warren Esqe John Bradford Jun & Samuel Sprague and
made Oath that They Did See the Above Named Le Baron Signe &
Seale and heard him Declare the above Written to be his last Will &
Testament & that he then Was of A Disposing mind to the best of
* The Massachusetts Legislature, in 1895, passed the Act printed below, to
enable the Town of Plymouth to sell the lands thus bequeathed to it by
Francis LeBaron, the better to carry out the plans of the donor. This fund
in January, 1903, amounted to $1,350.00, and is one of the oldest funds of such
a character in New England.
An Act to authorize the town of Plymouth to sell certain real
Be it enacted, etc., as follows:
Section 1. The town of Plymouth is hereby authorized and empowered
to sell and convey, in fee simple and free from all trusts, the lands devised by
Francis Le Baron " for the benefit of the poor of Plymouth."
Section 2. The proceeds of the sale of such lands shall be invested and
kept as a permanent fund, under the name of the Francis Le Baron Fund :
and the income of said fund shall be annually expended under the direction
of the overseers of the poor of said town for the benefit of the poor of Ply-
Section 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage. [Approved April
First Getieration. 13
their Judgments & that the Sd Warren and Sprague did further De-
clare that the Lines raced in the Will done before Ensealing of these
Attest Nath" Thomas
Plim Bs Nathaniel Thomas Esqe Appointed & Commissionated by
his Excellency the Gove With the Advice of the CouncLU For the Pro-
bate of Wills &c
To All to Whome these presents Shall come Greeting Know yee
that on the 22d Day of September 1704 Before me at Plimouth in the
County afforesd the Will of Francis Lebaron Late of Plimouth De-
ceased to these presents annexed Was proved Approved &, allowed
Who having While he Lived & att the time of his Death Goods Chat-
tells Kights & Creditts in the County afforesd and the Probate of the
Said Will & power of Committing Administration of all and Singular
the Goods ChatteUs Rights & Creditts of the Sd Deceased and also of
the hearing Examining & allowing the accompts of the Same by Virtue
thereof Appertaining Unto me The Administration of All & Singular
the Goods Chattells Rights & Creditts of the Sd Deceased and his Will
in Any manner Concerning is hereby Committed Unto Mary Lebaron
Relict Widdow of the Sd Francis Lebaron JExecutrix in the Same Will
Named Well & FaithfuUy to Execute the Sd Will & to administer
the Estate of the Said Deceased According there Unto & Also to Ren-
der a Plaine & true Accompt of ye Said Administration Upon Oath In
Testimony Whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand and the Seals of
the Sd Court of Probate Dated att Plimouth Afforesd the Day & year
INVENTORY OF THE ESTATE OF FRANCIS LeBAKON.
An Inventory of ye Goods Chattells Rights and Credits of Mr Francis
LeBaron late of Plimouth in ye County of Plimouth Deceased Taken and
Apprized the Fifteenth Day of September Ano Dom 1704 By the Subscribers
Â£ s. d.
Impris To his Wearing Apparrell 17 : 05 : 00
To Armes And Ammunition 4: 05: 06
To Silver Money 15: 17: 03
To Coyned Gold 3: 05: 00
To two gold Rings 1 : 04: 00
Descendants of JF'rancis LeBaron.
To A glassers Vice & tools 7 : 10 : 00
To the best bed and furniture 18: 00: 00
To tbe next best bed & furniture 8 : IS : 00
To A third Feather bed & furniture 7: 00: 00
To A truckle bed and furniture 6: 00: 00
To Child bed linen and Blanketts 3: 00: 00
To 2 Dozen of Diaper Napkins 2 : OS : 00
To 2 Dozen of Old Napkins 1 : 04: 00
To 11 pair of Sheets 10: 00: 00
To 8 pair of Pillowbers 1 : 04 : 00
To table linen and towells 1 : 07 : OS
To Cotton and Woollen Team 3: 06: 06
To a new pair of kersy Blankets 1 : 04 : 00
To two Coverlets One for a Cradle 1: 04: 00
To One Old Rugg 1: 00: 00
To two Ruggs One for a Cradle 1: 00: 00
To One Small blanket 0: OS: 00
To A Hammuck 0: 12: 00
To two Skreens 1 : 16 : 00
To A Silver Watch 5: 00: 00
To A Staff With a Silver head 0: IS: 00
To A Case of Surgeons Instruments 2 : 12 : 00
To More Surgeons Insti-uments 0: 15: 00
To Apothycaries Druggs 3 : 00 : 00
To tooles for a Sadie 0: 06: 00
To Goods in ye Old Shop 11: 14: 08
To Razours and a hoan : 18 : 00
To 56 pound of Sheeps Wooll 2: 06: OS
To A Chest With Some goods in it at George Bonums. . . 8: 00: 00
To more Goods in the New Shop 2 : 02 : 06
To Cards and Spining Wheels 0: 10: 00
To More Surgeons tools 1 : 00 : 00
To Saddle & horse Furniture 1 : 00 : 00
To brass Vessells 0: 16: 00
To Pewter and tin Vessells 2: 00: 00
To Earthen & Wooden Vessells & Lumber 1 : 01 : 00
To Iron Vessells 1 : 12 : 00
To A Smothing Iron & heaters 0: 06: 00
To A Warming Pan 0: 12: 00
To A Still & Candle box 0: 14: 00
To A Looking Glass 0: 06: 00
To his books 7 : 01 : 06
To Quantity of brimstone 1 : 10: 00
To Coperice 0: 01: 00
To A pair of Stiliards 0: 03: 00
To Andirons Tongs and Fire Slide 1: 16: 00
To A Cast Iron Back 0: 10: 00
To 4 Silver Spoones 1 : 16 : 00
To 10 Chairs and 10 Cushions 1: 12: 00
To 2 Chests With Drawers 2: 16: 00
To 2 Cupboards with Drawers 3: 10: 00
To 2 Cases of Drawers 0: IS: 00
To A Pestle & Morter 0: 04: 00
To A set of cast boxes for Wheels 0: OS: 00
To 3 Chests 1 : 00: 00
To 2 Little tables a Fourm & a joyn Stool 1 : 03 : 00
To 2 boxes 0: 08: 00
To 2 Little Truncks 0: 10: 00
To A meal Chest & Trough 0: 05: 00
To tallow & Candles 0: 09: 00
To 2 bushells of malt 0: 06: 00
To 5 bushells of Rie & 1% of Indian Corne 0: 18: 09
To A Beame & Scales 0: 00: 00
To 3 load of English hay Due &c 8: 00: 00
To 2horsses 6: 00: 00
To 7 Cows 14: 00: 00
To 4 Oxen 12: 00: 00
To 40 Sheep 8: 00: 00
To his housing & lands in Plimouth Lying in Severall
parcells 1116: 00: 00
To 14 pt of A Sawmill 10 : 00 : 00
To his House Land Meadows and rights of Land in Mid-
dleborro 140: 00: 00
To Debts Due to ye Estate upon Bonds & bills Some of
Which desperate 328 : 15 : 00
To Debts Due Upon books much of it Desperate Debts. . 100: 02: 03
The Debts Due from ye Estate at present uncertaine
Debts to be added to the Inventory Discoverd sence
from Mr John Goorg 6: 00: 00
from Mr Hubbard 0: 15: 00
from Mr Barard 40 shillings from Jacob Benson 17 shill-
ing 2 : 17 : 00
Signed John Murdo
[The total amounts to nearly Â£1950. The copy on record is not footed and
some items are not carried oiit.]
On the 22d Day of September 1704 Before Nathaniel Thomas Esqe Judge of
the Probate of Wills &c Mary Lebaron Executrix to the Last Will of Francis
Lebaron Late of Plimouth Deceased made Oath that the above Written is A
true Inventory of her Deceased husbands Estate so Far as She knoweth &
When She knoweth of more that She will Discover the Same
Attests NathH Thomas
16 Descendants of Francis LeBaron.
James^ LeBakon (Francis^), born May 23, 1696, in Plymouth,
Mass.; died May 10, 1744; married Nov. 3, 1720, Martha Ben-
son, of Middleboro, Mass. He was a fanner, and resided on the
farm in Middleboro, which had been bequeathed to him by his
father, Francis, in Ms Will. The inventory of his estate amounted
to Â£1679 : 12 : 0. His widow married (2), May 15, 1745, Wil-
i. James,'' b. Dec. 22, 1721 ; d. Sept. 16, 1725.
5. ii. John, b. AprU 2, 1724.
6. ill. James, b. Dec. 10, 1726.
7. iv. Joshua, b. Oct. 10, 1729.
V. Martha, b. AprU 9, 1732; d. young.
vi. Francis, b. Dec. 20, 1734; d. July 8, 1761.
8. vii. Mary, b. Aug. 9, 1737.
9. viii. David, b. April 27, 1740.
ix. Lydia, b. Jan. 26, 1743 ; d. young ; she was li^-ing July 21,
1757. (See Appointment of Guardian.)
Lazarus^ LeBakon (i^raHwV), born Dec. 26, 1698, in Ply-
mouth, Mass. ; died Sept. 2, 1773 ; married May 16, 1720, Lydia,
daughter of Joseph and Lydia (Griswold) Bartlett, of Pljauouth,
born 1698. She was a descendant of Richard Warren,* a May-
flower Pilgrim of 1620, and died May 19, 1742. He married (2),
May 2, 1743, Lydia (Bradford) Cushman, daughter of Da^ad and
Elizabeth (Finney) Bradford, born Dec. 23, 1719 ; died Oct. 28,
1756. Mrs. Cushman was also a descendant from a Maj'flower
* Richard! Warren came in the Mayflower in 1620 : his daughter, Mary^
Warren, ra. 1628, Robert Bartlett, who came in the Ann, in 1623 : their son,
Joseph^ Bartlett, b. 1639, m. Hannah Pope: their son, Joseph* Bartlett, b.
1665, m. 1692, Lydia Griswold : their daughter, Lydia^ Bartlett, b. 1698, m.
Second Generation. 17
Pilgrim, being a great-grandaughter of Governor William Brad-
ford,* of Plymouth Colony.
Lazarus LeBaron studied medicine with Dr. Mackay, a Scotch
physician of Southampton, L. I., about 1718. He practiced his
profession in his native town, Plymouth, and through the sur-
rounding country, and was for many years one of the Selectmen
of that town.
WILL OF LAZARUS LsBAROISr.
In the name of God amen. I Lazarus LeBaron, of Plymouth in New
England, physician, being in health and of a disposing mind and mem-
ory, blessed be God for it, think it my duty to dispose of the estate God
has given me, and accordingly do dispose of it as follows : â€” But first,
I give ray soul to God, hoping and believing thro merits and right-
eousness of Jesus Christ, my dear Redeemer, to find acceptance with
him ; my body I commit to the dust to be decently buried at the direc-
tion of my executors hereafter named, hoping for a glorious resurrec-
tion. As to my worldly substance I give and bequeath as follows,
that is to say after my just debts and funeral charges are paid by my
Imprimis. 1. My will is that all my wearing apparel, woolen or
linen, be equally divided to and among my sons, namely Lazarus, Bart-
lett, Isaac, Lemuel, Francis and WUliam.
2. I give to my son Lazarus all that is due to me from him on books
or notes of hand for money or moneys I have paid for him, also one-
fifth part of all my medicines, these, with what he has already had, to
be accounted in full of his part of my estate.
3. I give to my son Bartlett LeBaron the house and land where he
now dwells, which I bought of Thomas Mayhew, Esq., which was Capt.
Gould's, with the widow's third after her death : also the piece of land
* Governor William^ Bradford, b. in Austerfield, England, came in the May-
flower in 1620, m. 1623, Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, dau. of Alexander
Carpenter : their son, William^ Bradford, b. 1624 ; m. (3) Mary (Atwood)
Holmes, dau. of John Atwood [Wood] : their son, David^ Bradford, b. later
than 1690, m. 1714, Elizabeth, dau. of John Finney, b. 1691 : their daughter,
Lydia* Bradford, b. Dec. 23, 1719, m. (1) Elkanah Cushman ; m. (2) Lazarus
18 Descendants of Francis LeBaron.
adjoining the other street, which I bought of Father Wait : also a piece
of woodland I bought of David Morton, containing 33 acres lying be-
tween , the bounds of said lands by the deeds will more fully
appear : also I give him all that is due to me from him on book or notes
of hand, etc., which Ls in full of his part of my estate, including what
he has already had.
4. I give to my four daughters, viz. : â€” Lydia Goodwin the widow
of Nathaniel Goodwin dec'd, Mary Bradford the wife of Dr. Bradford
of Bristol, Hannah Goodwin the wife of Benjamin Goodwin of Boston,
Elizabeth Robbing wife of Ammi Bobbins of Xorfolk in Connecticut,
four-fifth parts of all my medicines in my shops, to be equally divided
among them, with what they already have had is in full of their parts
of my estate.
5. I give to my daughter Priscilla LeBaron two hundred sixty-six
pounds, thirteen shillings and four pence, to be paid to her bj' my Ex-
ecutors : also one-half of the pewter in the kitchen : also a bed, well