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ing King Philip give a deed to James Leonard in 1665 for the
**Neck of Land" in Taimton.

2324 Share in the Taunton and South Boston Turnpike Road, June

24, 1807.

2325 Letter of Joshua Mooar of Andover to his brother Timothy

from Cambridge, Aug. 28, 1775, who was serving in the
siege of Boston.

2326 Maine Insurance policy Oct. 22, 1803, signed Wm. Scollay, Sec'y,

Arnold Welles, President.

2327 Unpaid bill for medical attendance in 1758, on reverse bill for

rent and repairs. Paul Revere.

2328 Receipt for the personal effects of John Mead of Ashby. The

only evidence extant that he was killed at the battie of Bunker
Hill.

2329 Printed Resolve Dec. 2, 1775. Appointment of Muster Mas-

ters.

2330 Bill of Dr. Thomas Oaks for doses of physic to Taimton people

about 1690.

2331 Marriage intentions of Ensign Elijah Dean and Sophia Leonard

at Raynham, Mass., May i, 1742, taken from the church door.

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2332 Map of North America showing latest discoveries, 1806. Lottery

tickets.

2333 Mass. State Lottery 1790.

2334 Mass. Land Lottery 1786.

2335 Piscataqua Bridge Lottery.

2336 South Hadley Canal Lottery.

2337 Washington City Canal Lottery.

2338 Providence Episcopal Church Lottery, 1797.

2339 Warranto! Col. Nathaniel By field to Capt Thomas Leonard

for seven soldiers for her Majesty^s service against the In-
dians, 1703.

2340 Notice to town of Taunton that all Acadians subsisting at the

public charge, be sent to the towns to which they were as-
signed.

2341 Order relating to the work at the forge during King Philips'

Indian war. Taunton Iron Works, Apr. 13, 1676*

COMMISSIONS IN FAC-SIMILE.

2342a Abiel Abbott, Second Maj. of the Fifth Regt. of Militia of N.

H., Dec. II, 1776, signed by M. Weare, President of the

Council.
2342b Abiel Abbott, First Major of Regt., March 30, 1781, signed

M. Ware.

2343 James Murray, Justice of Peace in the County of Suffolk, Prov-

ince of Mass. Bay in N. £., Oct 26, 1768, signed Francis
Bernard.

2344 Nathan Watkins, Peru, Mass. Capt of a Company in the 26th

Regt., commanded by Gen. Gates, July i, 1775, signed by
John Hancock, President



2345 Washington souvenir made from oak grown at Mount Vernon.

2346 Impression from the seal adopted by New Hampshire 1776.

2347 Bronze medal case from cannon found in the Harbor of Louis-

burg 1895 and issued by the Society of Colonial Wars.

Walter K. Watkins

2348 Surveyor's compass and chains used to run the " Old Colony

Line from Accord Pond to or near the road from Braintree to
Bridgewater," July 12, 1725. Col. Samuel Thaxter, Hingham

2349 Silhouette of Henry Purkitt Late survivor of the Boston Tea

Party about 1832.

2350 Daguerreotype.

2351 Pocket corkscrew carried by him.

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2352 *' A Poem on the Wonderful Interposition of Providence in Pre-

serving a party of the American Troops in the late Engage-
ment at Chelsea," 27th of May, 1772.

2353 "A Poem on the Bloody Engagement that was fought on

Bunker's Hill, in Charlestown, New England," June 17,
1775. Written by Elisha Rich, Minister of the Gospel,
Chelmsford. Printed and sold by N. Coverly, MDCCLXXV.

Robert T. Swan

2354 Commission issued by Gov. Francis Bernard, to Ensign

Hopestill jCapen as Ensign of Capt Onesimus William's
Co. Col. Joseph Jackson Regt., 1763.

2355 Commission issued to same as Lieut in Capt John Leverett's

Co., same Regt., 1767.

2356 Silver pepper box. H. P. C. (Hopestill Capen and Patience

Stoddard). A. J. C. Sowden

2357 Commission by Sir Edmund Andros to Ensign Humphrey Bar-

rett, dated June 22, 1688. Edwin S. Barrett

2358 Deed of gift of John Alden to his son Jonathan Alden of

land dated Jan. i, 1684. Edward T. Barker

2359 Unrecorded deed of land in Medfield, granted by Isaac Chenery

and Elizabeth (Gamlin) Chenery, Medfield, Mass., to Eleazer
Adams, March 22, 1674-1675, acknowledged before Timothy
D wight, March, 1 698-1 699, witnessed by Henry Adams, Sr.,
and Henry Adams, Jr.

2360 Unrecorded deed of land granted by John Rice to Eleazer

Adams, dated Nov. 9, 1670. Witnessed by Thomas Fuller,
Samuel Hunting.

2361 Indian tomahawk and arrowheads found on the farm of Myles

Standish. 2362 Indian pestle. 2*^63 Brick from chimney
in Standish house built by Capt. Myles Standish.

J. Myles Standish

2364 Commission issued by Lieut Gov. Samuel Adams, Oct 18, 1793,

to Dr. Philip Padelford, appointing him surgeon of the 3d
Reg., 2d Brigade, and 5th Division of the Mass. Militia, Noah
Hall, colonel.

2365 Also his discharge, Apr. 29, 1807, signed by William Donnison,

adjutant general. F. Apthorp Foster

2366 George Minot's cradle, used by the eldest branch of the family

from the setdement of Dorchester to the present day.

J. Grafton Minot

2367 Button from the coat worn by Commodore Thomas McDonough

at the battle of Lake Champlain. Edward B. Cox

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2368 Miniature portrait of Csq)t Christopher Mardenbrough, St Kitt*s.

Commander J. Giles Eaton, U. S. N.

2369 Flag presented to Col. Jeremiah Moulton on liis return from

Louisburg in 1745. J^^^ Pickering Lyman

2370 Warrant of arrest written by Sir William Pepperell, April 9,

1720.

2371 Deposition of Thomas Knight written by Col. Wm. Pepperell,

June 8, 1727.
A sea letter signed by the following Sept, 1805.
5 Thomas Je£Ferson, 1 743-1826.
^' i James Madison, 1 751-1836.

2373 Bill of lading dated 1694.

2374 Declaration by the Representatives of the United Colonies now

in Congress at Philadelphia July 6, 1775.

2375 Hand bill containing an account of French conspiracy Mar. 11,

1799. Printed at Portsmouth. Fred A. Wilson

2376 French Testament formerly owned by George Washington and

containing his book plate. Rev. Isaac S. Hartley

2377 Sword and sash of Maj. John Andr^. Alfred Johns Rodways

2378 Agreement between Edmund Littiefield and the town of Wells,

Maine.

2379 Association Test, May, 1776 (George E. Littiefield). Signed by

leading citizens of Lexington in 1 776.

2380 Series of eight sermons preached yearly on the anniversary of

the battie of Lexington, Apr. 19, 1775.

Francis H. Brown, M. D.



Goodwin Private G>IIectioiu



2381 Pewter spoons 150 or 160 years old, owned by Elizabeth Rowe

of Kensington, N. H.

2382 Family Bible of gr. gr. grandmother and father, Moses and

Elizabeth Rowe of Kensington, N. H. Dated 1760. Bought
June 15, 1763. Cost J630 old tenor.

2383 Home spun linen mitts worn by Mercy Rowe when a child.

Married Abraham Shaw about 1777, who enlisted in the Rev-
olution, July 10, 1777.

2384 "The Mother's Blessing" published in London 1694. An heir-

loom.

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2385 FamUy hymn book, "The Psalm of David," by Isaac Watts,

D. D.

2386 Spelling book printed in 1740, used by gr. gr. grandfather,

Moses Rowe.

2387 Silver spoon owned by Hulda Nassau, at least 200 years old.

2388 A hymn book, "Meat out of the Eater, or meditations concern-

ing the Necessity, End and Usefulness of Afflictions unto
God's Children," by Michael Wiggleworth. The fifth edition
published in 171 7.

2389 Two and two-thirds yards of skirt trimming wrought with home

made worsted on linen; and there are no two patterns alike.
Surely 1 50 years old.

2390 Silver cufiE buttons.

2391 String of gold beads.

2392 Pair of home manufactured pillow cases.

2393 Powder horn carried in active service by our gr. grandfather, A.

Shaw.

2394 Exhibit of Flax from its natural growth until it is ready for the

loom.

2395 Linen gloves worn in the Shaw family a hundred and fifty years

ago.

2396 Pewter drinking mug.

2397 Table urn used in Gov. John Taylor Oilman's family of N. H. in

first term 1794.

2398 Pewter platter used by gr. grandmother Dolly Loverin.

2399 Silk elbow cuff.

2400-1 A pair of silk skirts, part of wedding gowns of Dolly Loverin
who married George Jauvrin, June 4, 1789.

2402 Blue and white porcelain tea set, Dolly Loverin's wedding china

1789.

2403 Home made linen tablecloth, part of wedding outfit.

2404 Home made linen sheet.

2405 Home spun and woven towel.

2406 Tea spoon.

2407 Cup and saucer owned by gr. gr. grandmother Dolly Brown.
2408-9-10 Three pewter plates owned by Dolly Brown

2411-12 Colonial coverlets, one white, the other white and blue.

2413 A piece of linen brought to this country in the 17th century, in
ship "Three Friends," which was commanded by Jean Jauv-
rin, our gr.lgr.gr. grandfather.

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2414 Tomahawk.

2415 Indian gouge.

2416 $3 bill of Continental money printed in Philadelphia in 1776.

2417 Porcelain teapot presented to Mrs. A. J. Brown by the wife of a

lineal descendant of John Alden. Mrs. Alden said this tea-
pot came over in the Mayflower.

2418 Brass candlestick, snuffer and tray.

2419 Gold marriage rings of gr. grandmother, Betsey Merrill, and gr.

gr. grandmother, Mary Hubbard.

2420 Silver teaspoon owned by Betty True.

2421 Silver thimble owned by Elizabeth Hubbard.

2422 Earrings, an heirloom.

2423 Teaspoon.

2424 Tablespoon owned by Mary Hubbard.

2425 Sampler worked by gr. grandmother, Betty Merrill The fol-

lowing is worked on the sampler: **July the 18, 1796. ABC
DEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ&
Betty Merrill, Her Sampler. Done by her at South Hamp-
ton. I was married June 5, and moved 19th, 1792. Our house
was raised June the 20th and moved December the 5th 1795.
Finis."

Emma F. and Dora M. M. Goodwin, Roxbury, Mass.

2426 Silver christening bowl used at christening of George Washing-

ton and two preceding generations.

2427 Miniature of George Washington, 1 796 — by Bone — Enamelled

from a sketch taken from Washington himself.

2428 Chintz bed curtain. A piece from curtain which draped bed

upon which Washington died; formerly owned by Dorothy
Dix.

2429 Bed quilt made of pieces of Lady Washington's dresses.

2430 Salt cellars used in Washington's family at Mount Vernon.

2431 Spoons belonging to Washington. All the above from the col-

lection of the late Mrs. Mary Hemenway.

Mrs. W. C. E. Eustis
492 Colored print of Cleopatra. C. F. Aldrich

494 Glass ware belonging to Benj Franklin. Talbot Aldrich

499 Oil portrait of Abigail Adams.

502 Mug. Old porcelain. T. B. Aldrich

503 Cut glass pitcher and glasses belonging to Washington.

Mrs. T. B. Aldrich
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1884 Chair; formerly owned by Lady Wentworth.

Mrs. Wm. Marland

1882 Old card table — 1706 — 1779. Made and owned by David

Northey of Salem. Wm. Marland

2432 Spinnet. Mrs. John Parks

2433 Old Furstenburg cup and saucer.

2434 Table, 1750, once the property of Sir Harry Frankland and

" Agnes Surriage " taken from Frankland Hall at the time of
the fire, Jan 23, 1858. Mrs. Andrew George

2435 Sevres — bas-relief, 1789. Purchased in Paris during the reign

of Terror, by Mr. Thomas Perkins, who was a bearer of
despatches at the time. Rare specimen, as the work has not
been carried on for many years. It was probably originally
stolen from some palace.

2436 Plate, bearing cut of house owned by T. H. Perkins at head of

Pearl St. and used as the Atheneum.

Mrs. Andrew Wheelwright

2437 Teapot, spode ware.

2438-9 Gravy dish and platter, Davenport ware.

Oscar A. Frye, Boston

2440 Silver Brazier made by Paul Revere. Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer

2441 Bible owned by Roger Conant, Gov. Cape Ann, 1625. Owned

by Chas. W. Palfray of Salem whose ancestor, Peter Palfray,
was with Peter Conant at Cape Ann.

774 Light stand brought to this country in the ** Mary and John,"
1630.

2442 Blue platter which belonged to George Washington.

2443 Lowestoft from the wedding set of china of Deborah Olcott, who

married Gard. Bliss, 1800.

2444 Pocket piece, coin, 1630.

2445 Blue plate from old Hammond house.

2446 Lowestoft, cup and saucer belonging to the Hammond family.

2447 Lowestoft

2448 Candlestick owned by Deborah Olcott

2449 Set of green and white china.

2450 Luster pitcher. 2451 Luster tea pot

2452-2458 Collection of seven teapots, illustrating china at the end of

the eighteenth century.
2459 Black wood edge set
2460-2470 Collection of eleven pieces of blue ware, illustrating the

decadence of color.
2471 Silver tankard.

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2472 Silver spoons which belonged to Gen. Washington.

Loaned by Mrs. George Warren Hammond

2473 Old Mirror. Mrs. Samuel Warrai

2474 Mirror. Mrs. Robert Dana
2475-2477 Three pewter platters with interesting marks.

Mrs. Dudley R. Child
2478 Pewter. 2479 Warming pan, 1773.

2480 **Pumice House" pitcher.

2481 Wool wheel and flax wheel. Mrs. Edward B. Cole

2482 Very old chair belonging to Joseph Dauson of Reading.

985 Table on which Arnold and Andre signed the treason papers,
Sept. I, 1780.

2483 Spoon owned by William Stickney, member of the first, second

and third Provmcial Congress.

2484-2486 Pewter platter, plates and salt cellar formerly owned by
Hannah (Chandler) Abbot, wife of George Abbot, the yeo-
man. See No. 1722. Owned by Chas. W. Palfray, Salem

2487-2488 Saddle bag and gaiters of Gen. Wm. Heath, owned by
Chas. H. Heath and loaned to Mrs. Thos. DoUaber, Hannah
Goddard Chapter, D. A. R., Brookline, Mass.

2489 Pewter lovin/s: cup brought from Black Horse Lane, Dracut, on

inventory of 1699.

2490 Silver teapot owned by Anna Vamum Eaton.

2491 Embroidery from Morocco, 300 years old.

2492 Cup and saucer from Fayal, very old.

2493-2494 Hot water plates manufactured in the time of George III.

2495 Probate Record of estate of Capt. Amos Wadland, who lived on

Black Horse Lane, now Prince St., Boston.

2496 Punch ladle in possession of a Dracut family since 1665.

2497 Tortoise shell snu£E box i8th century, used by Hannah Brazier

2498 Ivory miniature of Silas Mardenborough, son of Christopher M.,

Gov. of St. Christopher.

2499 Silver porringer, time of George II.

2500 Old Indian silver on copper i6th century.

Commander and Mrs. Joseph Giles Eaton



ERRATA.

Nos. 524-553 should be credited to J. C. J. Brown.
741 Maine should read marine.
Page 97 Read Mrs. J. A. Perkins, Chapter Regent
1945-6 Read painted^on glass.

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GENEALOGICAL INDEX.



Abbott, Abiel (i 741-1809) 2342

George (1615-1681) 1722
Hannah (Chandler)

(1629-17 1 1) 2484

Henry (1738-1805) 17 18

Henry, 2d (1796-1807) 1719

Phoebe (1746- 1782) 1718

Jonathan (1740- ) 18 10
Judith Folansbee

(1782-1864) 1719

Samuel (1732-1812) 1746

Sarah (1762-1848) 1725
Adams, Abigail (Smith)

(1744.1818) 245-251

Abigail, 2d 261
Eleazer

(1644-1710) 23C9, 2360

^1676) 2359



Henry, Sr. (1604
Henry ( -1646)
Henry, Jr. (1657-1733)
John (1735-1826)
John Quincy (i 767-1848)
Joseph Mag. (1743- 1824)

Alden, Gov. John (1599- 1687)

Amherst, Earl Jeffrey

Andre, Maj. John

(1751-1780)
Andros, Sir Edmond

(1637-17 14)
Badlam, Elizabeth (17 53-1832)
Gen. Stephen
(1751-1815)
Baher, John (i 700-1 745)
Bailey, Isaac 1742-1813)
Bainbridge, Commodore

(1774-1833)
Baker, Cornelius ( -1820)

Sarah (i 777-1865)
Ballard, Hezekiah

(1720-1801)
Bancroft, Dea. Thomas

(1622- )
Barker, Elizabeth (17 50-1853)
Lt. Francis (1714-179^)
Capt. John (1755-2828)
Nathan (1768-1821)
Barr, James

(1754-1848) 954, 957, 959
Barrett, Humphrey Ensign

(1630-17 10) 231JI

Bartlett, Josiah (1729- 1795) '^2
Bassett, Jeremiah (1751- ) 1624



5«7
2359

256
586
485

2296



985* 2377



852

571



737

76,239
1 190
1749



1752

1516
1916
2283
2284
1915



Belcher, Gov. Jonathan

(1681.1757) 664

Bellemont, Earl (i 636-1 701) 2291
Bentley, Dr. Wm. (i 759-1819) 1951
Bernard, Gov. Francis

(I7I2?-I779) 2343

Blunt, Capt. Isaac (1766-1833) 1903
Bowditch, Hannah

(1761-1825) 1087

Bowen, Stephen (1795-1829) 523
Bowles, Stephen (i 782-1 857) 694
Mrs. Stephen (Susan

Longfellow)(i787-i86o) 694
Bradford, Gov. William

(^589-1657) 584

Braman, Rev. Dr. Isaac

( -1851) 1452

Sarah (Balch)

(1791-1893) 1444

Brewster, Elder (i 560-1644) 562

Broclebank, John ( -1844) 850

Brooks, Gov. John (17 152-1825)

Brown, Catherine (1788-1864) 1197

Edward (17 56- 1844) 1192

Burbank, Sullivan (1776- 1862) 1^4

Burnham, Sam (1754-1782) 1169

Lt. Thomas (1772-1792) 1169

Burton, Ann Church (i 800-1 886) 153

Capt. Benj. (1749-1835)

(Major) 108

Hannah (Church)

(1755-1834) 153

Byfield, Col. Nathaniel

T> 1 r.^'^54"'y3) 2339

Byles, Rev. Mather

(1707-1788) 65

Capen, Ensign Hopestill

(1730-1807) 2354

Carter, Sally Goodrich

(1 77 5-183 1) 1083

Carlton, Eunice (1731-1824) 956
Col. Sam (1755-1838) 954
Chad wick, John (1790-18^) 944
Chapin, Experience (i 786-1850) 376
Chapman, Mrs. Clarissa (Eames

Jacques) (i 785-1844) 818

Chase, Lt. Col. Sam(i739-i8i6) 692

Clarke, Rev. Jonas (1730- ) 450

Clap, Catherine (i 782-1872) 778

Hannah ( -1774) 761

Rev Nathaniel

(1668-1745) 746

Cleveland, Wm. (1770-1837) 512



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Cobb, Roland (17 57- 1842) 107

Coburn, Rose (1767-1859) 1800

Coffin, Wm. ( -1705) 640

Converse, Sarah (i 767-1849) 1835

Cook, Robert ( -18 14) 1070

Capt. Sam 1769- ) 945

Coote, Richard (i 636-1 701) 2291
Coram, Capt. Thos.

(1667-1751) 2308

Coming, Benj. (1738- ) 921

Nancy (1739-1835) 921

Comwallis, Lord (1738-1805) 1910

Cotton, John (i 585-1652) 662

Crafts, Caleb (1741-1826) 566

Ebenezer (1679-1722) 564

Ebenezer (i 740-1810) 565

Samuel (1736-1775) 565
Crowninshield, Capt. John;
George (1734-1815); Mary
Derby ( 1737" '813); George
Jr.(i766-i8i7); Jacob(i770-
1808; John (1771-1842);
Benj. (1732- ); Hannah
Carleton ( -1824) 1943-2047
Currier, Capt. John

(1726-1826) 1685

Davis, Elizabeth (1742-1817) 1835

Ruth (1774-18 1 2) 1794

Deland, Mary (1776- ) 677

Mary k (1746-1826) 673

Dexter, Timothy (1743- 1846) 15

Dickson, Ruth (1786- 1879) ^726

Dodge, Isaac (17^2-1785) 1168

Rebecca (1 761 -1 795) 1169

Doggett, Samuel (1751-1831) 567
Dorr, Capt. Ebenezer

(1763-1847) 779

Dudley, Elizabeth (1724-1805) 40

Joseph (1647-1720) 33

Paul (1675-1751) 53

Duncan, Esther (1722-17J7) 2241

Dwight, Timothy (1752-18 17) 2359

Edwards, Jonathan (1703-58) 311

Jonathan (1745-1801) 1895

Eliot, John (1747- 1843) ^4'°

Jane (1746-1824) 1322
Emerson, Ralph Waldo

(1803-82) 1477

Endicott, John (i588.>-i665) 462

Faneuil, Peter (i 700-1 743) 1407
Farnum, Mary S. (Jenkins)

(1796-1891) 1777

Felt, Catherine (1779- 1884) ^ *94

John ( -178O 1 1 94

Flavel, John (i630?-i09i) 1508

Flint, Capt. Sam uel( 1733-1777) 1528
Fowler, Sarah Putman

(i754?-i846) 1434
Franklin, Dr Benj.

(1706-1790) 467

Fry, Hannah (1744-1822) 780



Foster, Amos (1753-1835) 1817

Elizabeth (17 57-1843) 1790
Grace Barstowv

(1748-1835) 675

Capt. Jedidiah

(1726-1779)
Samuel (1779-1850)
Sarah Deland(i782-i



2280

658

864) 675

) 1476



1828

554

780



Dr. Simon (1766-
French, Rev. Jonathan
(1740-1800)

Mary R. (1814-1803)
Gage, Thomas (1727-1787)
Galloupe, John (161 5-1675)
Gansevoort, Peter (i 749-181 2)
Gardner, Isaac (1726-1775)

Mary J. (i 760-1851)

Dea. Thomas (1^5-1725) 786

Rev. John Sylvester John

( -1830) 1371

Gates, Horatio 2343

(1728-1807) 1407, 2344

Gerry, Elbridge (1744-1818) 2287

Gilbert, Jos. ( 1 7 1 5- 1 802) 1 401

Nathaniel (1747- 18 14) 1398
Goldsmith, Hannah S.
(1805-1892)

Nancy Taylor
(1790-1857)

Nathaniel (i 730-1845)

WUliam (1794-1869)
Goodhue, Aaron (1761-1847)
Goodwin, Capt. John

(1709- )
Gould, Betsey (1793-1827)

John (1785- )

Mary Watts (1789-1880) 11 18

Zaccheus (i 589-1670) 1523
Gove, Sarah Mills (1 754-1814) 1334
Gregg, Capt. James(i672-i76o) 412
Green, Mrs. Elizabeth

(1759.1797) 1775

Gen. Nathaniel (1742-86) 489
Hackett, Francis (1632- ) 2323
Hale, Sir Matthew (1609-1676) 124

Nathan (1755-1775) 1780

Hall, Betsey (i 780-1 801) 621

Hancock, John

(> 737-1793) 469*2284

Harding, Sarah Hickson

(1801-1867) 1751

Harrington, Jonathan

(1758-1784) 105, 175

Abigail (1781- ) 160

Harriman. Sarah (Brocklebank)

(1775-186. )
Hayden, Lt. Col. Benj. Jr.

(1759-1828)
Hayward, Calvin (1770-1853)
Edward (1753 1818)



1837

1308
1308

1837
1015

>5i3
1 1 14



Mary Fobes



;3i5i5)
(1781-1



870)



2295
2207
2208



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Heath, Wm. (1736-1814) 568

Henderson, Chas. (1779-1861) 621

Thos. (1 735-1 796) 621

Hewes, Shuball (1732- 1832) 592
Holman, Betsey Bard

(1 786-1829) 952

Holmes, Oliver Wendell

(1809- ) I

Holt, Henry ( 1763-182 1) 1723

Hood, John (1724-180Q) 1522

John ( 1 760-1836) 1 521

Hopkinson, David (1738- ) 061
Hoskins, Richard Quincy

(1770-1844) 1381

Houghton, Charlotte

(1771-1821) 1815

William (i 729-1814) 1407
HuU, Sarah Fuller (1759-1826) 80

Wm. (1753-1825) 1592

Hunt, Enoch (i 779-1864)

Eunice (17^0-1827) 1745

Israel (1758- ) 1080

Huntington, Maj. Gen. Jabez

(17 19-1786) 2275

Col. Joshua (1751- ) 2277

Gov Samuel(i73i-i796) 1421
Hurd, Joseph, Jr.

(1778-1857) 2292,2293

Hutchinson, Gov. Thos.

1711-1780) 129

lUsley, Jewett (1763- ) 860

Ingersoll, Nancy (1784- 1853) 1088
Jackson, Andrew (i 767-1845) 388
Jefferson, Thos. (1743 1826) 479
Jenkins, Lucy (Hooper)

(1755-1790) 1458

Sally (1786-1860)
Jones, Lucy (1 762- 1842) . 616

Kempton, Col. Thos.

(1740-1806) 1396, 1408

Kenney, Joseph (i 770-1847) 1097
Kettell, Andrew (1750-1832) 1740

Esther (1784- 1862) 1740

Kendall, Judith (1750- )
Kenniston, Reuben(i75i-I775) 1906
Kimball, Leonard (i 795-1 828) 1096
King, Henry (1784-1834) 1115

Kneeland, Sarah (i 738-1816)
Knox, Gen. Henry (17 50- 1806) 167
Lafayette, Marquis de

1757-1834) 210

Lamson, Jonathan (i 720-1808) 11 30

Susanna (1753-1825) 1740
Larcom, Elizabeth ( -1751) 1149
Leighton, Gen. Sam. (1740- 1802) 64
Leonard, Ephraim (1755-177 1) 527

Samuel (1634-174^) 2290

Zephaniah, Jr., Col.

(17^6-1814) 1415

Levett, Daniel H.( 1 790- ) 1126
Lincoln, Gen. Benj.

1733-1810) 2319^ 844



Lock, Betsey (1785-1854) 38

Lovell, James (1737-1814) 1401

Lovett, Lucy 17 56-1 834) 1 152

Lowder, Wm. 17 14-1796) 58

Ann (1717-1801) 58
Lund, Capt. James (1768-1825) 692

Madison, James (1751-1836) 2372
Manning, Polly (Wright)

(1782-1854) 1428, 1431

Richard (1755-1812) 1170
Marston, Susan Wendell

(1778-1854) 1360
Mather, Rev Cotton

(1663-1728) 1440

Rev. Increase

(1639-1723) 662
Melville, Maria (Ganesvort)

1 790- 1 87 2) 630

Deborah (1737- ) 606

Mills, Capt. Jos. (1750-1809) 1241

Moody, Chas. (1791- ) 1936
Morton, Nathaniel (161 3-1 685) 2306
Munroe, Col. Wm.(i742-i827) 104

James (1758-183 1) 1047
Nash (Sarah Foster)

(1810-1887) 676
Needham family, 1528-37 inc.

Daniel, Sergt.

1760-1774) 1524, 1528

Sophia (1797- ) 1526

Newall, David 1704-1769) 1563

Nickals, Susanna (1780-1867) 849

George (1778- 1865) 1219

Nichols, Sarah (1802-1830) 1201
Northey, Abijah

" Jr.

David ( 1 706-1 779) 1882
Oaks, Dr. Thomas (1644-1719) 2330

Ober, Capt. Benj. (1750-1780) looi
Obrae, Abigail (Mrs. Israel)

Osgood, Samuel (1748-1823) 1928

John (i595-'65i 1923

Osbom, Abigail 1770-1 11 25

Otis, James (177 5- 1783) 1403
Parker, Sergt. John ( 1 640- ) 1 5 1 4

Parsons, William (1743-1826) 63

Pease, Erastus (178J-1857) 375

Persis (Chapm)
(1784-1869) 371, 374

Pemberton, Ebenezer

(i747-»735)
Pepperell, Col. William

(1654-1734) 2371

Sir Wm.

(1696-1759) 62, 2370, 1442
Perry, Com. O. li.

(1785-1819) 594, 1588, 1594

Phelps, Lois (1767-1849) 1903

Philbrick, Joseph (1772-1830) 1231

Lois Hoag (17J4-1843) 1238

Samuel (i 734-1806) 1236

HannahGove(i734-i838)i237



145



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Perley, John (1779-1815) 1386

Phillips, Phoebe Foxcroft
(1 743.181 2)
Samuel (1752-1802) 1760

- (1689-1711) 1773

Phips, Gov. Spencer

(1685-1757) 2280-2283

Pickering,Timothy(i703-i777) 1210

(1703-1718) 1210

Timothy (1745-1520) 1216

Pierce, Bet»ey (1787-1864) 121 1

Jarathmeal ( 1 747-1821) 1218

Joseph (1774-1793) »209

John (1787-17 20

Pierrepont, Sarah (1770-1758) 1893

Poor, Abraham (1742-1819) 1910

Daniel (1740-1814) 180

Gen. Enoch (1736-1780) 1899

Stephen (i 771 -1842) 1794

Porter Moses (17 56-1822) 1264

Prentiss, Rev. Thomas

(1747-1874) ^ 1332

Preston, John (1746-1827) 434-444
Prince, Madam Deborah

(1709.1776) 57

Rev.Thomas(i687-i758) 29

Proctor, Robert ( 1 760-1847 ) 934

Thomdike (1759-1792) 934

Purkitt, Henry (1745.1846) 2349

Putnam, Gen. Israel

(1778-1790) 447*448,456
Col. Jesse

(1778-1867) 448,456

Joseph (1739-1788) 448

Col. David (1 707-1769) 447

Quincy, Josiah Jr. (i744-i775) 'o

" (1772-1864) 334

Randolph, Gov. (1727-177 q) 788

Rea, Sarah Barr ( 1 782-1 862 ) 1 27 1


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