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1816. Who were the ancestors of
this Cole and Way familv ?

'W. F. L.

131. Hills, Amos, b. abt. 1744, m. Ra-
chel Lewis of Middletown, 1773.
Who were his ancestors ? Where
was he born and where did he die ?
Family records say of East Hartford
or Farmington. J. L. C.

132. Hoskins, Samuel, m. Mary Blake,
and had Ebenezer, b. 1752, moved
about 1790 to N. Y. State. Ebenezer
and Samuel both lived in Groton,
Conn. Who were parents of Samu-
el' C. L. H.

133 (rt) Scofield, Elnathan, about 1800,
went to Ohio; he was b. about 1775,
and went to Ohio from Litchfield
Co., Conn. I wish to learn from
what town he went ? He was possi-
blv son of Elnathan Scofield, b. 1746
in Stamford, Conn.
ib) Hopkins, Elizabeth, b. about 1600
in Eng.; m. there Jan., 1629, John
Wakeman, and came to New Haven
Colony 1640-41, buying the place of
wid. Baldwin, who moved to Mil-
ford. Who were the parents of
Elizabeth ? When and where did
she die ?

(f) Wakcnian, Sarah, b. 1593 (sister
of John); m. 1621, Richard Hubbell,
and had a son Richard, Jr., b. 1623.
Is he not the one who is called the
emigrant of Fairfield, Ct. ?
i^d) Williams, Thomas, left Plym-
outh, Mass., in 1638; m. Elizabeth
Tart (or Tait) of Scituate, and set-
tled in Eastham, Mass. Was he the
son of Thomas Williams, signer of
the Mayflower Compact or even the
signer himself? Is there positive
proof that Thomas, "the signer,"
died the first winter and left no
children? If so, then who was this
Thomas who left Plymouth 17 years
after the Pilgrims landed?
[c) Briggs, Capt. Daniel of Stam-
ford, Conn., who wfis there in 1711-
12. From whence did he come and



who were his parents ? He m. 1 704,
at Rye, N. Y., Elizabeth Newman.
Is he descended from the Briggs
family who descended from Francis
Cooke ?

(/) Jennings, John, was in Hartford,
Conn., as early as 1640, and is said
to have died there in 1641. Where
did he come from and when did he
die ? Was he father of Joshua Jen-
nings who in 1656 settled at Fair-
field, Conn, and who went there
from Hartford? Joshua m, 1647,
Mary Williams of Hartford. Who
were her parents ? When and where
was she born ? When was Joshua
and Matthew Jennings born ? Which
of Matthew's two wives was the
mother of Jeremiah, b. 1703 ? When
did Jeremiah die ?

( g) Hyde, Humphrey, m. Ann .

Who were parents of each ?
(li) Meigs, John of Guilford, m. 1632,
in Weymouth, Eng., Tamasin Fry ;
their dau. Mary b. at Weymouth,
1633, and their son John in America
in 1640. They had besides 3 daus.
Elizabeth, Concurrence and Tryal,
who were probably born in America
between 1640 and 1650. The family
came to America in 1639, but where
they first settled is not known; it
was probably in Mass. John came
to Hartford, and from there to New
Haven 1645 or 6> where he bought a
lot on corner of Church and Chapel
Sts. of Wm. Jeans, 1648. Were not
the 3 daus. born in New Haven ?
The birth of Elizabeth and the date
of her marriage to Richard Hubbell
of Fairfield, Conn., particularly de-
sired. C. L. S.

134. Anderson, George of Willington,
Conn., m. March 23, 1749, Abigail,
dau. of Capt. Stephen and Abigail
(Rugg) Brown and ^-g dau. of Capt.
John Mason of Pequotfame. He is
supposed to be connected with the
Scotch who settled for a time in
Londonderry, Ireland, and then
came in 1725 to America and settled
in Worcester, Pelham and Palmer,
Mass. He with his two sons, Ste-
phen and Thomas, were in the com-
pany of Capt. Thomas Knowlton,
from Ashford, at the battle of Bun-
ker Hill. He died in 1816 at Wil-
lington. His sons, Lemut 1 and Wil-



GENEALOGICAL DEFAR TMENT.



223



liam joined the Revolutionary army
later. It is a family tradition that
he had a brother Adnah in Nova
Scotia. Wanted: any definite clews
to his ancestry, place or date of
birth. F. W. A.

135. (a) Adams, Richard, m.



and had Richard, b. April 26, 1763,
in Pomfret, Conn. Who was his
mother ?

{b) Warner, William, died Feb. 28,
1 714, in Wethersfield, Conn., and
left two sons, i. William, b. Jan. 25,
1672, and 2. Daniel, b. Jan. i, 1680.
William Jr. had a son William b.
Dec. 4, 1717. Daniel had a son Wil-
liam b. Oct. I, 1715. About 1739
William Warner m. Rebecca Lup-
ton. About the same time William
Warner m. a wife — name not
known to me — and for his 2d wife,
Mar. 25, 1752, Prudence May. Who
was father of the William who mar.
Prudence May ? A. L. F.

136. Moss, John of East Haven, Conn.,

one of the original founders of the
New Haven Colony. From whence
and when did he emigrate ? And
any other facts of his ancestry j

c. c. w.

137. (rt) Bigiiow, Patience, mar. 1734
Lieut. Samuel Lawrence. What
was her paternal ancestry ? What
was her maternal ancestry ?

{b Laivrcucc, Zeruah, b. May 20,
1754, d. Feb. 24, 1832, dau. of Lieut.
Samuel and Patience (Bigelow)
Lawrence. Wish the paternal and
maternal lines of this Samuel Law-
rence.

(c) Hathaway. Capt. Clothier, mar.
Mary Borden and had Sarah, b. vSept.
12, 1790; d. June 22, 1859; m. Capt.
Holder Chace. Would like ances-
try of Capt. Clothier.
{d) Smith, Jeremiah, b. 1704, d. Sept.
20, 1793; m. Martha Williams and had
Jonathan, b. Jan. 24, 1746; of Pres-
ton, Conn. VVould like ancestors of
Jeremiah. His father might have
been Asa.

{e) Williams, Martha, b. 1711, d.
Feb. 9, 1786, m. Jeremiah Smith.
Would like names and dates of her
ancestors.
(/) Witter, William, m. and



had Hannah, b. May — , 1750, d. May
29, 1823, m. Nov. 23, 1769, Jonathan
Smith. I have a book printed in
1618 which belonged in 1735 to Wm.
Witter. Wish dates of his birth,
marriage, death and ancestors back.
Also same of his wife. C. V. C.

138. Hubbard, Thomas, mar. Phebe
Oakley of Westchester Co, N. Y.,
whither he had removed. He is said
to have been a Conn, man and in the
battle of White Plains. Wanted,
his parentage. Who was the Thom-
as Hubbard in White Plains if not
this one ? Anna Hubbard m. about
the time of the Revolution, Hozea
Hamilton, and moved from Conn, to
N. Y. Who was she ? E. P.

139. (a') Badger, Enoch' (Nathaniel,^
John,- Giles') b. 1714, settled in Co-
ventry, Conn. Family may have
lived in Windham and Norwich pre-
vious to 1748; mar. Mary .

Who were her parents ? Enoch"" d.
1793. His son Enoch,' b. 1750, mar.
Feb. 11,1773, Mary Lamphear. Who
were her parentsand grandparents ?

(/;) Warriner, Abner' (Moses^ Wil-
liam,^ James," William'), b. Dec. 12,
1752, m. 1778 Elizabeth Wright or
Knapp. They resided in Wilbra-
ham, Mass., but she d. at Enfield,
Conn., aged 93 Who were her par-
ents and grandparents ?

F. H. H

140. Cor/raw/, Jabez,* son of John and
Desire (Howland) Gorham, b. Aug.

3, 1656; m. Hannah , and he

d. May 18, 1725. Jabez and Han-
nah ( ) Gorham had Isaac, b.

Feb. I, 1689, who m. ist, Mary

and she died Sept. 2, 1716; m. 2d,
Hannah Miles, May 23, 171 7, and she
d. before 1756. Can anyone give the
names of the parents of Hannah
who mar. Jabez Gorham, ■* and the
names of the parents of Mary, the
first wife of Isaac Gorham' ? Was
the said Hannah, or Mary, a lineal
descendant of Elder William Brew-
ster ? Would like the lineage of the
said Hannah and Mary? E. C. J.

141. Diirkee, Lydia, b. , d. Oct.

3, 1S20, in Ind. ; mar. at Norwich,
Conn., May i, 1785, William Lord,
b. June 20, 1763, at Norwich, d. Oct.



GENEALOGICAL DEPARTMEXT.



3, 1820, in Ind. Wanted, Lydia Dur-
kee's birth and parents. E. J. E.

142. Chase, Constant, my grandfather,
joined the privateer brig Argus in
Savannah, Ga., as Prize Master. She
was a Lettre de Marque. John
Howe (or George) was commander,
James Fairfield of Salem, Mass., was
ist officer. The brig was taken
shortly after she sailed from Savan-
nah by a British 74 — "St. Domingo."
The ship's company was taken to
Plymouth, England, thence marched
to Dartmoor Prison. Chase was in
Prison No. 5; was among those fired
upon by order of Capt. Shortland
and was sent home in a cartel and
landed in N. Y. 1815, after the peace.
Can anyone cite me to any docu-
ment which will legally prove the
above statement ? C. C.

143 {a) Abernatliy, Elizabeth, b. June
24, 1777. d. July 23, 1828; m. Nov. 10,
1 793, Amos, son of Elisha Tuller, of
Simsbury, Conn. Desire her ances-
try. Was this Elisha in the Revo-
lution ?

(b) Biiiice, Martha, m. Joseph Tul-
ler of Simsbury, Conn. Was she the
Martha Bunce who with twin Mary
was bapt. 1720 and daus. of Joseph

and Amy ( ) Bunce ?

(cj r«//fr,John of Simsburj', m. 16S4
Elizabeth, wid. of Joseph Lewis and
dau. of John Case of Simsbury.
Wanted, ancestry of John Tuller
with dates. M. C. T.

144. {a) Billiard, Abigail, m. abt. 1723,
Ephraim vSpalding, both of Plain-
field, Conn. Who were her parents ?
(/') Tlioinpson, Eunice, m. June 19,
1739, Ebenezer Carpenter, both of
Coventry, Conn. Who was her
father ?

(r) Madison, Mary, said to be a cou-
sin of President Madison, m. Mar. 6,
1766, Foster Whitford of West
Greenwich, R. I. Does any one
know of her and her family ? Tra-
dition says they were of Conn.
Whitford and wife moved to Sarato-
ga Co., N. Y., before the Revolu-
tionary War. G. B. S.

145. (rt) Bishop, Rebecca, dau. of Lt.
Gov. James Bishop, m. Nov. 14, 1695,
Samuel Thompson (gr. son of An-



thony, the emigrant to New Haven,
1638) and lived in Westville, Conn.
What is date of her birth and death ?
(b) Wihiiot, Hannah, mar. May 30,
1723, James Thompson, b. June 15,
1699 (son of above Samuel) and livxd
in Westville, Conn. Who were her
parents ?

\c) Booth, Elisha, b. prob. about 1 700,
m Southampton, L. I.; m. Hannah,
dau. of Alexander Wilmot of South-
ampton, L. I., and formerly of New
Haven, Conn. These two Hannah
Wilmots may have been cous-
ins. This Elisha Booth was prob-
ably a grandson of John Booth who
came from Eng. to Southold, L. I.,
1651. If so, which of John Booth's
four sons, Thomas, John, Charles
and William, was his father ? Or
whose son was he ?
^d) Sackett, Jonathan, mar. Ruth
Hotchkiss and had Sarah, b. Aug. 9,
1721, in New Haven, who m. Elisha
Booth (son of above Elisha) and had
I. Jonathan, and 2. Hannah. They
lived in the vicinity of Westville,
Conn., or in Hamden, Conn. Who
were parents of this Jonathan Sack-
ett ? Who were parents of Ruth
Hotchkiss ? Who were gr. parents
of Jonathan Sackett ? In Vol. 9, p.
10, N. Y. Genealogical and Bio-
graphical Record, it says : " John
Booth, before coming to Southold in
165 1, was at Barbadoes. He left Eng-
land with merchandise which was
wrecked in the Swallow; probably
the vessel commanded by Capt. Jer-
emy Horton." Where is the author-
ity for this statement found by Mr.
Moore ?

(e) Cooper, i. Triphena, d. Apr. 10,
1818, set. 81, unmarried, ii. Sarah,
m. James Gilbert, iii. Rebecca, b.
1744; m. Jonathan Booth, b. 1747,
son of Elisha, Jr. iv. Samuel, m.
Rachel Ford. These 3 sisters and
brother lived in S. W. part of Ham-
den Conn., or in that vicinity. Who
were their parents ?
( f) Booth, Sir Henry of Harlaston,
Derbyshire, Eng., d. 1424, had a dau.
Alice who mar. Sir Nicholas Fitz-
hubert of Norbur}', Derbyshire,
knight of the shire of Derby, 1434,
1446 and 1452, and sheriflf of the
county in 1448 and 1466 Who were
parents of Sir Henry ? On the spin-



GHXE ALO GICA L DEPA R TMEX T.



225



die side I trace my ancestry to this
Alice and vSir Nicholas, and hence my
interest in Sir Henry. Sir Thomas
Booth of Barton (in Lancashire ?)
Knight, was living in the time of
Edward III. He gave to his second
son Henry all his lands in Jowell.
Whether this second son Henry and
Sir Henry of Harlaston are one per-
son^ I cannot determine, though they
may be, as Sir Henry of Harlaston
has about the same coat-of-arms as
Sir Thomas? W. S. B.

14(>. {a) Briggs,\\'\\\\dim. of Boston and
Lyme, Conn. His early family his-
tory desired. His wife's full name.
Did he render any colonial services,
civil or military ? His dau. Hannah
711. VVolston Brockway. She d. Feb.
6, 1687. When was she born?

(b) Birclun-d, Thomas. Early fam-
ily history; wife's full name; dates
of their b.,m. and d.; his dati. Han-
nah, m. Apr. 1 2, 1653, at Guilford, Ct.,
John Baldwin and moved to Nor-
wich, Ct., in 1660. When and where
was Hannah born ? Did Thomas
render any colonial services, civil
and military ?

((") Haivkins, Claraina, m. Feb. 26,
1776, Beniamin Twichell (of Oxford,
Conn , it is thought). Desired, her
early family history, dates of birth
and death, and where each oc-
curred. Also names of her father
and mother with dates of their b.,
m. and d. A. I. H.

147. Kilburn, Samuel, b. Feb 21, 1783,
Sterling, Mass.; m. Mary Beaman
aid had: i. Mary. ii. Uri. iii. El-
mira. iv. Manda. v. Fernanda, vi.
Dexter, vii. Susan, viii. Emily, ix.
Anda (my father), and x. George.
This record is given in Kilburn
Gen., 1856, by Durrie & Peck. Who
was father of Samuel ? ^Vas Mary
Beaman a descendant of Gamaliel
Beaman who settled Lancaster (now
Sterling) as early as 1659, and d. in
1707. A. K. K.

148. (a) Johnson, Sylvester, b. 1728;

m. Mary ; Lisbon, Ct. Who

was his wife and what was his an-
cestry ? He had: i. Stephen, b. 1757,
m. Experience Wheeler; ii. Nathan.
Stephen and Experience had Syl-



vester b. 1800, Ephraim, Mary, Ben-
jamin and Eliza.

{b) Wood, Joseph, m. Elinor Tusten;
lived at Goshen, N. Y., and had Ju-
lia 1775, John 177S, James 1779 m.
Charlotte, dau. of Ebenezer and
Martha I Davis) Duning (or Dunnig).
Was Joseph descended from the
Long Island Woods? F. B. K.

149. Blague, Henry appeared in Bos-
ton as early as 1642 and d. in 1662;
was buried in Old South Church.

His wife was Elizabeth . He

had sons Henry, Philip, Nathaniel
and Joseph; dans. Elizabeth, Rebec-
ca and Martha. My known ances-
tor, Joseph Blague, was in Saybrook,
Ct., as early as 1680. Was he a son
of Henry of Boston ? Did any of
Henr3''s sons settle in Braintree,
Mass. ? From whence did Henry
come ? We have always supposed
he was from England, as we have
found the name in English history
only, time of Henry VIII.

C. C B.

150. Woodruff, Matthew Sr. of Farni-
ington. Conn., 1640. What relation
was he to Benjamin Woodruff of
Essex and Old Norfolk counties,
Mass.? In the old cemetery at Farm-
ington. Conn., are tombstones: "Mr.
Joseph Woodruff d. Oct. 7, A. D. 1 799,
m the 84th year of his age." Also "In
Memory of Mrs. Hannah Woodruff,
consort of Mr. Joseph Woodruff,
who died Oct. 11, 1799, in the 77th
year of her age." (Savage says she
was "Hannah, dau. of John Clark,"
but beyond that he was ignorant.)
Who were parents of this Joseph, or
what was his relation to Benjamin
or Matthew, Sr.? E. E. S.

151. White. Can anyone give inform-
ation concerning the White family
of Lebanon (Crank), Conn,, or tell
where such information can be
found ? Especially as to the name
of the pioneer. Nathaniel seemed
to be a favorite name. E. L. H.

152. Breu'ster, Anne, h.Iiec. 16, 1755,
in Duxbury, dau. of Nathan Brew-
ster, b. Dec. 21, 1724, in Duxbury,
and Hannah Partridge) Brewster.
Anne Brewster mar. Solomon Lee
of Lebanon, Ct. Can anyone give
the lineage of said Nathan Brew-
ster ? F. E. W.



HISTORICAL NOTES.



The following extract bearing upon
negro slavery in Connecticut was copied
from some old papers found in a desk pur-
chased in Middletown, Conn., by James
F. Savage of Lowell, Mass., and is con-
tributed to this department by him :

BILL OF SAIL FOR ROSE THE NEGRO GIARL

Sept 8'h 1747.

Know all Men That I James Ward Junr
of Middletown in the County of HartfoiU,
for the Confideration of the Sum of One
Hundred pounds old tenor bills to me
well & truly paid by John Eafton of
Middletown aforefaid Do by thefe pref-
ents fully freely and abfolutely. Give,
Grant, Bargain, Sell and Deliver unto the
said John Eafton his Heirs and Assigns,
One Certain Negro Girl named Rofe,
aged five years Last January. To Have
and To Hold the said Negro Girl for and
Dureing the term of her Natural Life unto
him the fi John Eafton his Heirs and As-
signs, to be to his & their only ufe benefit
& behoof; And I the S*^. James Ward for
myfelf and my heirs. Do hereby Covenant,
Declare and warrant that the S'' Rose is in
health & well and that fhe hath the free
ufe of her Limbs and fenses, and that I
and my heirs will and fhall Warrant the
title of the faid Negro Girl unto the faid
Eafton and to his heirs & Affigns. In
witness whereof I have hereunto fet my
hand & Seal this eighth Day of Septem''
A D, 1747. James Ward.

Signed,. Sealed & DeW
In prefence of
Thomas Emmes.
W.M. Rockwell.



spare time in preserving this rich mine of
historical information.



Mr. Conant and Mr. Fenn, the clerk
and asssistant clerk of the Superior Court
of Hartford County, have discovered,
packed away in old trunks in the attic of
the county building, the ancient law rec-
ords of the county dating back to 1718.
Among them are the records of the judg-
ments given from 1774 to 1798, generally
believed to have been lost and so reported
to the Legislature in 1889. These papers
are now being sorted and carefully stored
in the vaults, safe from danger of fire and
from further ravages of mice and vermin.
It is a strange thing that these valuable
records should have been torgotten after
their removal from the old State House,
and much credit is due to Mr. Conant
and Mr. Fenn, who are spending their



EXPEDITION TO CUBA.
What tht Campaign of 176^ Cust in Lives.

" E. C. C," arguing for peace, writes
to the Hartford Courant as follows:

In an address, delivered before the
Tolland County Historical society at Tol-
land, August 27, 1861, the Hon. Loren
P. Waldo, president of the society, said :

In the year 1762, the King of England
(George III) made a requisition upon the
colony for troops to join the expedition
against the island of Cuba, and a company
was raised in the eastern part of the state,
of which Colonel Israel Putman was, by
one of formalities of the service, nominally
captain, but really under the command of
Solomon Wells of Tolland. This com-
pany went to the island of Cuba, and was
present at the seige and capture of Havana,
but was not in any serious engagement.
When I'was a boy, I was informed, by a
man whose name was on the roll that,
after the principal fort had been under-
mined and blown up, so that a column of
British regulars carried it by assault, this
company had the sad duty to perform of
clearing the fort, and burying the dead.
The destruction of life was very great ;
the dead were represented as lying in
windrows. Although the company was
not under fire during the whole of this
campaign, the mortality of its members
was unprecedented. Of ninety-eight per-
sons of which the company was composed,
and who actually reached the island, only
twenty-two returned to their native land.
Among the list of dead we read such
familiar names as Daniel Brown, William
Case and John Curtis."

The same story comes from the town of
New Hartford, Ct. :—

" A detachment of sixteen young men,
from New Hartford, went on an expedi-
tion against Havana, under General Ly-
man, in 1762, only one of whom, Benja-
min Merrill, lived to return. This exjie-
dition, which reached Havana in the
month of August, was fatal to more than
two thirds of the men who composed it,
chiefly by reason of sickness incident to
the climate of that season. Of a regiment
numbering, August 10, 802 men, but 30
were reported fit for duty October 2, and
part of those who lived to embark for
home died on the voyage, or suffered
shipwreck."



DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM CHASE OF YARMOUTH.



[Continued from last number.]

36. WilliamJ Chase (John,^ William-', William') d. , 1771, set. 9&

or 99; m., ist, Sept. 20, i7i5, in Y., Dorcas Baker;* m., 2d, Oct. 15, 1747, in
Harwich, Patience,'' dau, of Jabez' (William^) and Sarah (Snow) Walker; p. 148,
Vol. 47, New Eng. Gen. Reg. has Elizabeth Snow as wife of Jabez Walker.
William'' Chase lived in Harwick and was a Friend in 1743. A William Chase in
1712 received 7'i' shares of common lands (pp. 129 and 130, Y. T. R.j. Also
owned land in Yarmouth Jan. 21, 1739 (p. 142, Y. T.- R ). His will dated Sept.
17, 1771, at Harwich, names wife Patience; 8 daus. and 4 sons.

First 3 children on p. 77, book 3, Y. T. R.
214 — i. "Lydiah,"» March 27, 1716; m. , Philip Leonard. Did he have

children ? Who were his parents ?
215 — ii. Elizabeth, 5 Oct. 6, 171S; m. pub. Dec. 4, 1731, in Y., Joshua" Wi.^in. Did he have

children ? Mr. "Rt."' Wixin had Barnabas,- m. Sarah and

had Joshua,^ b. March 14, 1695.
216 — iii. Thankful, ° March 6, 1720-21; m. March 25, 1743, Stephen-" (j'Kelley (Joseph,^ Jere-
miah,- David').
217 — iv. Deborah,^ ; m. May 2, 1751, in Harwich, Henry Hewet of

Taunton. Did he have children ? Who were his parents ?
218 — V. Dorcas," ; m. pub. Sept. 14, 1744-5, in Y. , but m. Jan. 1745-6.

in H., Reuben Wixon. Did he have children ? Who were his parents ?
2ig — vi. Mary," ; m. , Chace.

Did he have any children ! Who were his parents ?
220 — vii. William,'' Oct. 16, 1732; m. Feb. 19, 1757, Mercy Chase. Who were her parents?

221 — viii. Sylvanus,' ; m. 1757, Charity" Chase 242.

222— i.K. Job,= , 1736 (d. 1833, net. 97); m., I3t, 1760, Edith Bassett

(who were her parencs ?); m. 2d, 1774, Mrs. Hope (Sears) Howes; m. 3d,

Hannah Dimmick. Who were her parents ? What children had this Job ?

223 — X. Edmond,'' ; mar., 1762, Abigail Farris. Who were her

parents ?

224— xi. Patience,* She was under iS in 1771. What became of her ?

225— xii. Meribah," She was under 18 in 1771, a Meribah m. Jan. 4,

1 781, in H., James Ellis. Who were his parents ? Did he have children ?

37. Jeremiah'' Chase (John, ^ William,'^ William') m. Sept. 11, 1719, in Y., Hannah^
b. Jan. II, 1699, in Y.), dau. of John^ (John", Francis') and Hannah (Jones) Baker.

* William! Buier (Francis.i vide p. 8) d.



Mercy ; she d. Nov. 26, 1753, Y. Who were her pa

Children born in Y. :
Mercy,3 Jan. 3, 1692; m. Feb. 17, 171.-!, Samuel Smith. Did he have children .'
William, 3 Jan. 8, i6q4. What became of him ?
. Dorcas,3 Nov. 15", 1696; m. William4 Chase.
. Experience,^ Jan. 8, 1698.

Judah,3 March 23, 1700-1; m , Jane

. Elizabeth,3Feb. n, 1702-3; m. Feb. 5, 1718-19, Robeit Wixon.
i. Josiah,3 Dec. 14, 1704; m, Sept. 25, 1729, Chai ity Eddy,
ii. Joanna,3 Feb. 18, 1706-'; m. Aug. 25, 1726, Michael Phillips.
. Patience,:' Feb. 1708-9; m. June 29, 1726, Benjamin Smalley.

Elisha,3 Dec. 11, 1712; m. ' , 1734-5. Mercy Cahoon.

. James,2 May 2c, 1715; m. , 1737, Keziah Eldridg-e.

i. Thankful,3 Dec. 6, 1719; m. March 8, 1743-4. Daniel Baker.

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228 DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM CHASE OF YARMOUTH.

Jeremiah received, in 1712, 7,^2 shares in common lands (pp. 129 and 130 Y. T. R.)
Capt. "Shuball baxter," James Lewes, Ebenezer "berry" and Jeremiah "Chaice"
jury of trials at next inferior court at " barnstable "• — Y. T. R. He was a Quaker
at Harwich, 1743.

Children's births, book 3, p. 103, Y. T. R. ("Chaise"):
226 — i. Jeremiah^' Aug. 28, 1720; m. Jan, 28, 1741-2, Lydia Paul. Who were her parents?
227 — ii. Ebenezer,-^ Sept. 25, 1722; m., 1744. Susanna Berry. Who were her parents ?
228 — iii Jabez,° jMarch 15, 1726-7. What became of him ?

229— iv. David,' March 15, 1728-9, m. pub. Sept. 5, Y,, and Sept, 15. H., 1752, Susanna* (b.
June 4, 1734, in Y.), dau. of Silas - (Nathaniel,- Francis') and Deliverance (O'Kel-
ley) Baker ot Harwich. What became of this David ?
230 — V. Elizabeth,' July i, 1731; m., 1750, Joseph OKelley, Jr.

38. Isaac" Chase (John,' William," William') d. May 22, 1759, in Y.; m., ist, May 23,
1706, in Y., Mary* Baker; she died April 5, 1727; m., 2d, Aug. 3, 1727, in Y.,
Mrs. Charity, wid. of Jeremiah O'Kelley and dau. of Matthew and Hannah (Mar-
chant) Pease, and she was born Dec. 9, 1696, in Y. An Isaac Chase received i8>2
shares in common lands, and "Ye tenement for Isaac Chase to his father, 9 shares"
(pp. 129 and 130, Y. T. R. ) Inventory of his estate, ;^39.ii, was presented by
Barnabas Chase, June 21, 1759 (Vol. IX, p. 425, Barnstable P. R.) Joseph "howes"
jun., Isaac "Chaife" and Nathan Taylor — jury men for "April" Court at Barnsta-
ble "april" 1720; William "hedge," Silas Sears, Isaac "Chaife" and Isaac "chap-
man" — jury men for July "court" next at Barnstable, May 24, 1724; Isaac
"Chaife" and Thomas Crowell jun. "hog Reefes," Mar. 23, 1724-5 ; Isaac "Chaise"
and Jacob "parker," grand jury men. Mar. 11. 1727-8; Isaac Chafe and John
"matthews" — Hog "reefer" Mar. 6, 1737; Isaac Chase and Matthias Gorham —
"Hog Rever" Mar. 13, 1740-41.

Children's births, book 3, p. 68, Y. T. R. :



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