James Emerson1

M, b. 13 March 1692
     James was born on 13 March 1692 at Ipswich, MA. He was the son of James Emerson and Sarah Ingersoll. James died.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

John Emerson1

M, b. 9 June 1694
     John was born on 9 June 1694 at Ipswich, MA. He was the son of James Emerson and Sarah Ingersoll. John died.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Joseph Emerson1

M, b. 18 December 1696
     Joseph was born on 18 December 1696 at Ipswich, MA. He was the son of James Emerson and Sarah Ingersoll. Joseph died.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Ebenezer Emerson1

M
     Ebenezer was born. He was the son of James Emerson and Sarah Ingersoll. Ebenezer died.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Nathaniel Emerson1

M
     Nathaniel died. Nathaniel was born. He was the son of James Emerson and Sarah Ingersoll.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Lucy Taft1

F
     Lucy died. Lucy was born. She was the daughter of Joseph Taft and Elizabeth Emerson.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Moses Taft1

M
     Moses died. Moses was born. He was the son of Joseph Taft and Elizabeth Emerson.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Peter Taft1

M
     Peter died. Peter was born. He was the son of Joseph Taft and Elizabeth Emerson.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Joesph Taft1

M
     Joesph died. Joesph was born. He was the son of Joseph Taft and Elizabeth Emerson.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Elizabeth Taft1

F
     Elizabeth died. Elizabeth was born. She was the daughter of Joseph Taft and Elizabeth Emerson.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Aaron Taft1

M
     Aaron died. Aaron was born. He was the son of Joseph Taft and Elizabeth Emerson.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Margaret Taft1

F
     Margaret died. Margaret was born. She was the daughter of Joseph Taft and Elizabeth Emerson.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Ebenezer Taft1

M
     Ebenezer died. Ebenezer was born. He was the son of Joseph Taft and Elizabeth Emerson.

Citations

  1. [S321] Emersons [Ipswich], Emerson, Benjamin K.

Samuel Guild1

M, d. May 1750
     Samuel was born at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts. He was the son of Capt. Samuel Guild and Mary Woodcock. He married Sarah Hartshorn on 6 January 1700 at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts. Samuel died in May 1750 at Lebanon, Connecticut.

Child of Samuel Guild and Sarah Hartshorn

Citations

  1. [S559] Hartford Times, Saturday 25 October 1947.

Sarah Hartshorn1

F, b. 5 March 1679, d. 1750
     Sarah was born on 5 March 1679 at Reading, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Joseph Hartshorn and Sarah NN----. She married Samuel Guild on 6 January 1700 at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts. Sarah died in 1750.

Child of Sarah Hartshorn and Samuel Guild

Citations

  1. [S559] Hartford Times, Saturday 25 October 1947.

Capt. Samuel Guild1,2,3,4

M, b. 4 September 1647 or November 1647, d. 1 January 1730
      Samuel was a soldier in King Philip's war, a private in Captain Moseley's company. He was admitted a freeman at Salem in May, 1678. In 1703 he was one of a committee to invest and manage the school funds; was selectman of Dedham from 1693 to 1713, and a deputy to the general court in 1719. Samuel was born on 4 September 1647 or November 1647 at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of John Guild and Elizabeth Crooke. He married Mary Woodcock on 29 September 1676 or November 1676 at Dedham/Rehoboth, Norfolk or Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA.2,1 Samuel died on 1 January 1730 at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts.

Citations

  1. [S184] NEHGR Volume XIV, (1860).
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A.
  3. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry.
  4. [S323] Connecticut, Cutter,Clement,Hart.

Mary Woodcock1,2

F, b. 9 March 1651
     Mary died at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts. Mary was born on 9 March 1651 at Roxbury, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of John Woodcock and Sarah NN----. She married Capt. Samuel Guild on 29 September 1676 or November 1676 at Dedham/Rehoboth, Norfolk or Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA.3,1

Citations

  1. [S184] NEHGR Volume XIV, (1860).
  2. [S323] Connecticut, Cutter,Clement,Hart.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A.

John Guild1,2,3,4

M
      The surname Guild, Guld, Gulde or Guile, is of Scotch origin, the records showing the surname as early as 1449 when one Alexander Gulde owned property at Sterling, Scotland. In the sixteenth century we find the family in Dundee and in the Seventeenth at Forfarshire and Perth. This Scotch family may have descended from the Guille family of the Isle of Guernsey, the original seat of which was on the bay called Saint in parish of Saint Martin. According to tradition they were there before or at the time of the Norman conquest. At the dedication of the Saint Pierre du Bois Church in 1167 John Guile is mentioned as one of the honorable gentlemen present. The surname is said to be Norman and is probably the Norman form of the Latin Aegidium (Giles In English). The coat-of-arms of the Scotch Guilds resembles closely that of the Guernsey family. The American familes of Guild and Guile are descended from two brothers, John Guild and samuild Guild, who with their sister Ann arrived in Massachusetts about 1636 and settled in Dedham. They were probably quite young when they came and it is conjectured that Ann was the eldest, being but about twenty. John about eighteen and Samuel sixteen.

      John Guild weaver, admitted to the church at Dedham, 17 May 1640, propritor, freeman 10 May 1643 and as one of the original grantees had assigned to him three roods and twelve rods of land to which he added by further grants and purchases much real estate in Dedham, Wrentham, Medfield and Natick. He bought twelve acres of upland in 1640. He built on this land a house which was occupied by himself and descendents for more than two hundred years. He was thoroughly honest in his dealings, industrious and frugal in his habits, modest in deportment and retiring in disposition. He held no offices and the town records show hiss attendance at town meeting but once during a number of years, and then on occasion of considerable excitement in relation to making additions and alterations in the meeting house. Will dated 3 October, probated 3 November 1682. Bequeathed to his three children Samuel, John and Elizabeth. John was born at England. He married Elizabeth Crooke on 24 June 1645 at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts.3,2 John died at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts.

Children of John Guild and Elizabeth Crooke

Citations

  1. [S184] NEHGR Volume XIV, (1860).
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A.
  3. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry.
  4. [S323] Connecticut, Cutter,Clement,Hart.

Elizabeth Crooke1

F
     She married John Guild on 24 June 1645 at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts.1,2 Elizabeth died.

Children of Elizabeth Crooke and John Guild

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A.

Joseph Hartshorn1,2,3

M, b. 2 July 1652, d. 1727
      He was a soldier in King Philip's war. Joseph was born on 2 July 1652 at Reading, Massachusetts.4 He was the son of Thomas Hartshorn and Susanna Buck. He married Sarah NN---- in 1677 at Reading, Massachusetts. Joseph died in 1727.

Child of Joseph Hartshorn and Sarah NN----

Citations

  1. [S559] Hartford Times, Saturday 25 October 1947.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A.
  3. [S326] Reading, MA, Eaton, Lilley.
  4. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , p. 216.

Sarah NN----

F
     Sarah died. She married Joseph Hartshorn in 1677 at Reading, Massachusetts.

Child of Sarah NN---- and Joseph Hartshorn

Thomas Hartshorn1,2,3,4

M, b. circa 1614, d. circa 18 May 1683
     Thomas was born circa 1614 at England. He married Susanna Buck in 1646 at Reading, Massachusetts.
Thomas an early settler of Reading, a freeman in 1648; was a selectman.

He died circa 18 May 1683 , when inventory of his estate was taken. Will dated 26 October 1681, probated 19 June 1683, bequethed to sons Benjamin and Thomas, daughter Susannah and wife Sarah.5
He married Sarah Ayres? in 1661 at Reading, Massachusetts. Thomas died circa 18 May 1683 at Reading, Massachusetts.5

Children of Thomas Hartshorn and Susanna Buck

Child of Thomas Hartshorn and Sarah Ayres?

Citations

  1. [S16] Founders & Patriots, Index.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A.
  3. [S560] Hartford Times, Santurday 25 October 1947.
  4. [S326] Reading, MA, Eaton, Lilley.
  5. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , P. 216.

Susanna Buck1,2

F, b. 1 July 1622, d. 18 March 1659/60
     Susanna was born on 1 July 1622 at county Kent, England. She married Thomas Hartshorn in 1646 at Reading, Massachusetts.
      Susannah came in the Hercules 1657 with the family of Henry Bachelor of Ipswich, Massachusetts. She was with that family until her time was out when, at which time she got married.

Susanna died on 18 March 1659/60 at Reading, Massachusetts, at age 37.3 She Susanna Buck was born 1622 in county Kent, England.

Her birth parents are identified as:
father: -unknown-
mother: -unknown-

She married one time.



BIOGRAPHICAL TEXT:
Susannah came in the Hercules 1657 in the family of Henry Bachelor of Ipswich, Massachusetts. She was with that family until her time was out when, at which time she got married.



Susanna Buck 1622-1659 was linked to 11 recorded events during her life.


1. Birth 07/01/1622

Susanna was born 1622 in county Kent, England.


2. Birth 07/01/1642

At 20 years of age Susanna became the mother of Thomas Hartshorne 1642 in Reading, Massachusetts.

Individuals linked to this event include: Thomas Hartshorn 1614-1683 (Father); Susanna Buck 1622-1659 (Mother); Thomas Hartshorne 1642-dec. (Child).


3. Marriage 07/01/1646

She married Thomas Hartshorn 1646 in Reading, Massachusetts.

Individuals linked to this event include: Thomas Hartshorn 1614-1683 (Groom); Susanna Buck 1622-1659 (Bride).


4. Birth 07/01/1650

At 28 years of age Susanna became the mother of John Hartshorne 1650 in Reading, Massachusetts.

Individuals linked to this event include: Thomas Hartshorn 1614-1683 (Father); Susanna Buck 1622-1659 (Mother); John Hartshorne 1650-dec. (Child).


5. Birth 07/01/1652

At 30 years of age Susanna became the mother of Joseph Hartshorn 1652 in Reading, Massachusetts.

Individuals linked to this event include: Joseph Hartshorn 1652-1727 (Child); Thomas Hartshorn 1614-1683 (Father); Susanna Buck 1622-1659 (Mother).


6. Birth 07/01/1654

At 32 years of age Susanna became the mother of Benjamin Hartshorne 1654 in Reading, Massachusetts.

Individuals linked to this event include: Thomas Hartshorn 1614-1683 (Father); Susanna Buck 1622-1659 (Mother); Benjamin Hartshorne 1654-1694 (Child).


7. Birth 07/01/1656

At 34 years of age Susanna became the mother of Jonathan Hartshorne 1656 in Reading, Massachusetts.

Individuals linked to this event include: Thomas Hartshorn 1614-1683 (Father); Susanna Buck 1622-1659 (Mother); Jonathan Hartshorne 1656-dec. (Child).


8. Birth 07/01/1657

At 35 years of age Susanna became the mother of David Hartshorne 1657 in Reading, Massachusetts.

Individuals linked to this event include: Thomas Hartshorn 1614-1683 (Father); Susanna Buck 1622-1659 (Mother); David Hartshorne 1657-dec. (Child).


9. Birth 07/01/1659

At 37 years of age Susanna became the mother of Susanna Hartshorne 1659 in Reading, Massachusetts.

Individuals linked to this event include: Thomas Hartshorn 1614-1683 (Father); Susanna Buck 1622-1659 (Mother); Susanna Hartshorne 1659-dec. (Child).


10. Death 07/01/1659

Susanna died 1659 in Reading, Massachusetts, at 37 years of age.


11. Birth 07/01/1661

At 39 years of age Susanna became the mother of Timothy Hartshorne 1661 in Reading, Massachusetts.

Individuals linked to this event include: Thomas Hartshorn 1614-1683 (Father); Susanna Buck 1622-1659 (Mother); Timothy Hartshorne 1661-dec. (Child).

in 2003.

Children of Susanna Buck and Thomas Hartshorn

Citations

  1. [S564] Hartford Times 4514, 3 March 1953.
  2. [S326] Reading, MA, Eaton, Lilley.
  3. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , Page 215.

John Guild1

M
     John died. John was born at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts. He was the son of John Guild and Elizabeth Crooke.

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry.

John Guild1

M
     John died. John was born at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts. He was the son of John Guild and Elizabeth Crooke.

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry.

Eliezer Guild1

M
     Eliezer died. Eliezer was born at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts. He was the son of John Guild and Elizabeth Crooke.

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry.

Ebenezer Guild1

M
     Ebenezer died. Ebenezer was born at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts. He was the son of John Guild and Elizabeth Crooke.

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry.

Elizabeth Guild1

F
     Elizabeth died. Elizabeth was born at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of John Guild and Elizabeth Crooke.

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry.

Benjamin Guild1

M
     Benjamin died. Benjamin was born at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts. He was the son of John Guild and Elizabeth Crooke.

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry.

John Woodcock1

M, b. 1615, d. 20 October 1701
     King Philip's War (1675-1676) 109

The court endeavored to apply justice to everyone, and it demonstrated this determination dramatically to the Indians in 1638 when four white men robbed and murdered an Indian on the highway. Arthur Peach, Thomas Jackson, Richard Stinnings, and Daniel Crosse were indicted, and, though Crosse managed to escape custody, the other three were hanged. On 6 March 1654/55 the court sentenced John Woodcock of Rehoboth to sit in the stocks and to pay a forty shilling fine for going into an Indian's house and taking away some goods plus the Indian's child as satisfaction for a debt the Indian owed him. Adonijah Morris, who also seized some goods from the same Indian for a debt, was likewise fined forty shillings. On 5 October 1663 three Indians came to court to answer a complaint against them by Ephraim Doane, but when Doane did not appear to prosecute, the court awarded the Indians five shillings each for their trouble. On 1 March 1669/70 Thomas Matthews was fined three shillings four pence for beating up an Indian named Ned, and he was further ordered to pay fourteen shillings to Ned toward his cost of having to travel to court. The Plymouth Court also took it upon itself to act as judge and jury over cases of Indians injuring other Indians within the court's jurisdiction, and on 27 October 1674 it tried an Indian named Matthias, alias Achawehett, for the murder of an Indian named Joseph, alias Chachapanucke. The jury found Matthias guilty of manslaughter "by chance medley," and accordingly the court cleared him of willful murder and released him. 5
It might have been this impartial striving for justice that brought about the opening volley of King Philip's War. On 1 June 1675 a trio of Indians Tobias, his son Wampapaquan, and Mattashanamo -were tried for having on 29 January 1674/75 "wilfully and of sett purpose, and of mallice fore thought, and by force and armes, murdered John Sassamon, an other Indian, by laying violent hands on him and striking him, or twisting his necke, untill hee was dead; and to hide and conceate this theire said murder, att the time and place aforsaid, did cast his dead body through a hole of the iyce into the said pond." This was a particularly sensitive case, for Sassamon was a Christianized, educated Indian who had once served as Philip's secretary. He later left Philip, became a teacher to friendly Indians near Middleborough, and, shortly before his death, warned the Plymouth government of a Wampanoag conspiracy to wage a general war. One of his murderers, Tobias, was a counselor to Philip. Accordingly, the Plymouth authorities were very circumspect, and they added six of the 11     most indifferentest, gravest, and sage Indians" to the usual jury, and all six of these concurred with the verdict, which was that the three accused Indians were guilty of murder. The court sentenced the three to be hanged, and Tobias and Mattashanamo were executed on 8 June 1675. Wampapaquan was reprived briefly for some unspecified consideration, but within a month was shot to death. Right after the hangings, Plymouth authorities began hearing reports of pronounced Indian unrest. 6.




John was born in 1615 at England. He emigrated from (an unknown value) on 20 March 1635.2 He married Sarah NN---- circa 1649.3 John died on 20 October 1701. Plymouth Colony Records, Births, Marriages and Deaths p. 63.

Child of John Woodcock and Sarah NN----

Citations

  1. [S68] Plymouth Colony, Stratton, Eugene A.
  2. [S153] Persons of Quality, Hotten, John C.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A.