John Lattimer

M, b. 4 January 1651/52
     John was born on 4 January 1651/52 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of John Lattimer and Ann NN----.

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 478.

Jonathan Lattimer

M, b. 6 August 1655
     Jonathan was born on 6 August 1655 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of John Lattimer and Ann NN----.

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 478.

Bezaleel Lattimer

M, b. 26 July 1657
     Bezaleel was born on 26 July 1657 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of John Lattimer and Ann NN----.

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 478.

Lesheba Lattimer

F, b. 26 December 1652
     Lesheba was born on 26 December 1652 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of John Lattimer and Ann NN----.

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 478.

John Green

M, b. June 1636
     John was born in June 1636.1 He was the son of Percival Green and Ellen NN----.

Citations

  1. [S64] Cambridge, MA, Paige, Lucius R. , pg 501.

Elizabeth Macomber1

F, b. before 15 March 1715/1716 (ch
     She married William Ashley. Elizabeth was born before 15 March 1715/1716 (ch at Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts. She was christened on 15 March 1715/16 at Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.2

Citations

  1. [S472] Related to Thomas Rogers.
  2. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , vol 2 pg 314.

William Throop

M, d. circa 1669
     William was born at Sutton-cum-Lound, county Nottinghamshire, England. He married Isabell Redshaw on 9 June 1636 at Sutton-cum-Lound, county Nottinghamshire, England.1 William Throop was present at William Throop's christening on 19 March 1637/38 at Sutton-cum-Lound, county Nottinghamshire, England.2,1 William died circa 1669 at Nottinghamshire, England.3 William had his will probated on 2 December 1669 at Nottinghamshire, England.3

Child of William Throop and Isabell Redshaw

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 62 pg 54.
  2. [S88] NY Gen. & Biog. Rec., NY Gen & Bio. Soc. , v. 36 pg 124,.
  3. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 62 pg 53.

Isabell Redshaw

F
     Isabell died. She married William Throop on 9 June 1636 at Sutton-cum-Lound, county Nottinghamshire, England.1 Isabell Redshaw was present at William Throop's christening on 19 March 1637/38 at Sutton-cum-Lound, county Nottinghamshire, England.2,1 Her body was interred on 22 June 1658 at Sutton-cum-Lound, county Nottinghamshire, England.1

Child of Isabell Redshaw and William Throop

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 62 pg 54.
  2. [S88] NY Gen. & Biog. Rec., NY Gen & Bio. Soc. , v. 36 pg 124,.

William Throop

M, b. before 19 March 1637/1638 (ch, d. 4 December 1704
      William Throope was a surveyor of highways in 1683; selectman, 1689, grand-juryman, 1690, and representative in 1691.
     
     
      His will is found in Bristol County, MA, [records of Probate, bol2, pages 125-126].
     
     
      "In the name and fear of God, Amen. I, William Throope, in Ye County of Bristol, yeoman, in the sixty-seventh year of my age and being under some indisposition of body, " etc.
      There are bequests to three sons, Dan, John and William, two eldest daughters, Mary, wife of John Barney, and Elizabeth, wife of Jonathan Peck, "youngest son Thomas," "two younger daughters Mercy and Lidiah," "loving and well-beloved wife Mary Throope sole executrix." He mentions "the remaining service of two Indian boys which may be unexpired at my decease."
      The will was marked signed 12 June 1704, but the heirs state in a petition to the Probate Court that the foregoing instrument was drawn abut five months before their father's death, and that although it was never signed, they are satisfied that it expresses the will of their father and they join in asking that it be admitted. This was signed by the heirs and widow and John Barney, Jonathan Peck, and Eleazer Carey, 1 January 1704, same records.
     
     

William was born before 19 March 1637/1638 (ch at Sutton-cum-Lound, county Nottinghamshire, England. He was christened on 19 March 1637/38 at Sutton-cum-Lound, county Nottinghamshire, England.1,2 He was the son of William Throop and Isabell Redshaw. He married Mary Chapman on 14 May 1666 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3,4 William Throop was Bench & Bar in 1684 at Selectman, Bristol, Massachusets. William died on 4 December 1704 at Bristol, Massachusetts, USA.5

Children of William Throop and Mary Chapman

Citations

  1. [S88] NY Gen. & Biog. Rec., NY Gen & Bio. Soc. , v. 36 pg 124,.
  2. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 62 pg 54.
  3. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 151,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 754.
  5. [S473] His will recorded in Probate Records V2 p125-6 Bristol.

Mary Chapman

F, b. 31 October 1643, d. after 1705/6
     Mary was born on 31 October 1643 at prob. Duxbury.1,2 She was the daughter of Ralph Chapman and Lydia Wells. She married William Throop on 14 May 1666 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3,4 Mary died after 1705/6.4

Children of Mary Chapman and William Throop

Citations

  1. [S474] Duxbury, Ma by Winsor pg 244;.
  2. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 151.
  3. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 151,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 754.

Dan Throop

M, b. 1670, d. 9 December 1737
      Dan Throop joined the church in Bristol, 15 Aug 1697; his wife Deborah (Marcy), 20 May 1705. He joined the church in Lebanon, 18 Dec 1726; his wife Deborah Church, 11 Sept. 1726. In addition to children named, the Bristol church records give: Alary (twin), b. 14 Oct; d. 16 Oct. 1698; and Dan, b. 24 June, 1704;d. Y?. Submit was baptized at Bristol, 29 Dec, 1706, and Deborah, 29 March 1702.
     
     
      His will was dated 27 March, 1729, and probated 19 Dec, 1737. It names wife Deborah, sons Dan, Joseph, daughters Dorcas, Deborah, Submit; children of deceased son Samuel, viz.: Mary, Samuel, and Macy, and brother William Throop.
     
     
      His epitaph in the oldest cemetery in Lebanon is as follows: "Here lies the body of Mr. Dan Throope, who, while he lived discovered a very serious, generous and public spirit, and after a useful life, departed in ye comfortable hope of a better, thro ye useful life, departed in ye comfortable hope of a better, thro ye mercy of ye Lord Jesus, Dec 9, 1737, in ye 67th year of his age."
     
Dan was born in 1670 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of William Throop and Mary Chapman. He married Dorcas Barney on 23 August 1689 at Bristol, Bristol, Rhode Island.2,3 He married Deborah Marcy on 5 January 1697/98 at Bristol, Bristol, Rhode Island.4,3 He married Deborah Church circa 1712.5 Dan died on 9 December 1737 at Lebanon or New London, Connecticut.

Children of Dan Throop and Dorcas Barney

Children of Dan Throop and Deborah Marcy

Children of Dan Throop and Deborah Church

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title."
  2. [S88] NY Gen. & Biog. Rec., NY Gen & Bio. Soc. , v. 36 pg 125,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 754.
  4. [S88] NY Gen. & Biog. Rec., NY Gen & Bio. Soc. , vol 36 pg 125,.
  5. [S88] NY Gen. & Biog. Rec., NY Gen & Bio. Soc. , vol 36 pg 125.

Deborah Church

F, b. 12 March 1676/77, d. 8 June 1752
     Deborah was born on 12 March 1676/77 at Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Joseph Church and Mary Tucker. She married Dan Throop circa 1712.1 Deborah died on 8 June 1752 at Lebanon or New London, Connecticut, at age 75.

Children of Deborah Church and Dan Throop

Citations

  1. [S88] NY Gen. & Biog. Rec., NY Gen & Bio. Soc. , vol 36 pg 125.

Joseph Church

M, b. 1638, d. 5 March 1711/12
      Joseph Church settled in Little Compton on land he bought of Governor Winslow.
     
     
      He owned besides other land, three one hundred acre lots south of Meeting House Lane the 30th, 31st, and 32nd, ending at Taylor's land, at one time. His will, in Taunton Probate, book 3, part 1, pg. 21, made 15 Feb.,1710 and proved 12 March 1710: "My small farm of 35 acres bounded east on the highway, west partly by my son John, south and east by Joseph Church and north by Joseph Wilbore, with dwelling house that I now live in shall be sold. Also 24 acre lots 9, 10, and 11 and two 15 acre lots to daughters Elizabeth Blackman, Mary Wood, Deborah Gray and Abigail Simmons and to sons John and Joseph Church; to corner of brow of hill the land being near John Church and below William Simmons House; to daughter Elizabeth Blackman, wife of Joseph, one share; to daughter Mary Wood, wife of John, one share; to daughter Deborah Gray, wife of Samuel, one share; to daughter Abigail Simmons wife of William, one share; to Mary Torobono, that lives with me, the bed that she lies upon; to Indian boy Amos one half of 16 acre lot at Cokset.
     

Joseph was born in 1638 at Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Richard Church and Elizabeth Warren. He married Mary Tucker on 30 December 1660 at Hingham or Libble Compton, Rhode Island.2,3 Joseph died on 5 March 1711/12 at Little Compton, Rhode Island.1

Children of Joseph Church and Mary Tucker

Citations

  1. [S89] Compton Families, Wilbour, Benjamin F.
  2. [S89] Compton Families, Wilbour, Benjamin F. ,,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 152.

Mary Tucker

F, b. before 8 October 1640 (chr. d, d. 21 March 1710/11
     Mary was born before 8 October 1640 (chr. d at Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She was christened on 8 October 1640 at Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of John Tucker and NN---- NN----. She married Joseph Church on 30 December 1660 at Hingham or Libble Compton, Rhode Island.2,3 Mary died on 21 March 1710/11 at Little Compton, Massachusetts.1

Children of Mary Tucker and Joseph Church

Citations

  1. [S89] Compton Families, Wilbour, Benjamin F.
  2. [S89] Compton Families, Wilbour, Benjamin F. ,,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 152.

Richard Church

M, b. circa 1608, d. 26 December 1668
      Richard Church , carpenter, first appeared in New England records on 19 oct. 1630 when he desired to be made a freeman of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. He was apparently living in Wessagusset (later called Weymouth) at that time. He had moved to Plymouth by 6 Feb 1631 as stated in William Bradford's letter of that date.
     
     
      He apparently came to America in the fleet with John Winthrop in 1630. His will, made 25 Dec. 1668; "I Richard Church of Hingham, in the county of Suffolk in New England, thro the goodness and mercy of God, having my perfect understanding yet by Providence of God, at present, visited by sickness of body, and how soon my change may come, I now therefore order this my last will and testament as follows. First I commit my soul unto Jesus Christ my Redeemer and my body to the dust from whence it came, and my mind and will is, that after the decease of my body, and the decent burial thereof , a true inventory of my estate in the portion of goods of this world, that the Lord hath lent me, my bee made and all my just debts due out of the same bee paid. And my mind and will is that my beloved wife Elizabeth Church shall enjoy the remainder during her natural life, and when it shall please God that see leave this natural life, my mind and will is that what estate I shall leave to her, that shall not be necessarily expanded for her maintenance, shall then be equally divided amongst my children, only my son Joseph to have a double portion, that is twice so much as any one of the rest of my children, by reason of the lameness of his hand, whereby he is disassembled above the rest of my children, for the getting of alively-hood and that this my last will maybe well and truly performed as is above expressed. I doe nominate, appoint and ordain my sonne Joseph to be sole executor to doe all thing s required of an executor, according to the laws of this jurisdiction. In witness whereof I set my hand and seal, this 25th day of December 1668..."
     
Richard was born circa 1608 at England.1,2 Richard immigrated to (an unknown value) circa 1630. He married Elizabeth Warren in March 1635/36 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1,3 Richard died on 26 December 1668 at Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts.4

Children of Richard Church and Elizabeth Warren

Citations

  1. [S28] Warren, Richard, Wakefield, Robert S. , pg 3,.
  2. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 369.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 152.
  4. [S28] Warren, Richard, Wakefield, Robert S. , pg 3.

Elizabeth Warren

F, b. circa 1616, d. 9 March 1669/70
     Elizabeth was born circa 1616 at prob. England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth Walker. She married Richard Church in March 1635/36 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.2,3 Elizabeth died on 9 March 1669/70 at Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.4

Children of Elizabeth Warren and Richard Church

Citations

  1. [S28] Warren, Richard, Wakefield, Robert S. , pg 1.
  2. [S28] Warren, Richard, Wakefield, Robert S. , pg 3,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 152.
  4. [S28] Warren, Richard, Wakefield, Robert S. , pg 3.

Richard Warren

M, b. circa 1580, d. 1628
     He was a merchant.
     
     
      Richard Warren of the "Mayflower" was one of the original signers of the Compact; settled at Plymouth, bore a deep share in the difficulties and troubles of the settlement. His wife and daughters came on the "Anne" in 1623.
     
Richard was born circa 1580 at England.1 He married Elizabeth Walker before 1610 at Great Amwell, Hertfordshire, England.2 He was listed on a passenger list on 5 August 1620 at sailing on the "Mayflower". Richard died in 1628 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1

Children of Richard Warren and Elizabeth Walker

Citations

  1. [S28] Warren, Richard, Wakefield, Robert S. , pg 1.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 782.

Susanna Huit

F, d. 1645
     Susanna Huit was the daughter of Reverend Ephraim Huit and Isabel NN----. Susanna died in 1645.1

Citations

  1. [S421] Henry R. Stiles, Ancient Windsor.

Mercy Huit

F
     Mercy was born.1 She was the daughter of Reverend Ephraim Huit and Isabel NN----.

Citations

  1. [S421] Henry R. Stiles, Ancient Windsor.

Mercy Huit

F, b. before 2 August 1640 (chr. da
     Mercy was born before 2 August 1640 (chr. da. She was christened on 2 August 1640.1 She was the daughter of Reverend Ephraim Huit and Isabel NN----.

Citations

  1. [S421] Henry R. Stiles, Ancient Windsor.

NN---- Huit

M, d. 1642
     NN---- Huit was the son of Reverend Ephraim Huit and Isabel NN----. NN---- died in 1642.1

Citations

  1. [S421] Henry R. Stiles, Ancient Windsor.

Joseph Waugh

M, b. circa 1726
     Joseph was born circa 1726 at Litchfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of John Waugh and Margaret NN----.

Citations

  1. [S77] Litchfield, CT, Woodruff, George C.

Mary Buell

F, b. 3 September 1642
     Mary was born on 3 September 1642 at Windsor, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of William Buell and Mary Post or Thomas ?

Citations

  1. [S75] Buell Family, Welles, Albert , pg 25.

Peter Buell

M, b. 19 August 1644
      Sergenant Peter Buell of Windsor, CT., third child of William Buell, of same place, was born there 19 Aug. 1644, whence he removed in 1670 and settled at Simsbury, Ct., where he became one of the pioneers and earliest settlers. He died at Simsbury, 8 Jan. 1729, aged 84 years.
     
      Simsbury, Ct. was never included within the limits of Windsor, Ct, it was, however, by general consent considered as belonging to that Plantation, and hence, in 1663, a committee, consisting of Captains Newberry, Edward Griswold, and John Morse, were appointed "to lay out all those lands that are yet undivided at Massacoe (the ancient Indian name of the town) to such inhabitants of Windsor as desire and need it." The committee in Dec. 1666, specified the terms upon which those who took uplands at Massacoe should have them. These were- that within two years they should make improvements by plowing, mowing, building and gencing, and that they should live on their grants two years.
     
      The first grants by the committee, of which any record exists, were made in 1667. These consisted of meadow lands, bordering on the river, and were made to various person. Peter Buell was awarded a portion of the Hop Meadow, but it does not appear how much land was allotted him, or what consideration he paid therefor, probably nothing more than his proportion of the acutal expenses of the committee. The name of Peter Buell as a foreman appears in the same list of names.
     
      At the May Session of the General Assembly, in 1677, the name of Peter Buell appears to a petition, with nine others, asking that the rates for defraying the public charges be levied only upon lands, which prayer of the petition was granted.
     
      On November 3, 1674, Peter Buell, as one of a Committee of Three, for the Town of Simsbury, joins his associates and grants the privilege to various Indians to hunt for venison in the Town of simsbury during their lifetime.
     
      On the 7th of May, 1682 Peter Buell is found to have joined in a petition to the General Court for liverty "to put the church in Gospel order."
     
      " On a training day, November 29, 1686, Peter Buell was chosen by the train band of Simsbury their Sergeant; he had twenty-three votes, and so was orderly proclaimed by the chief military officer, Sergeant of the Train-band of Simsbury."
     
      "December 29th 1687, voted by the inhabitants of Simsbury to allow Peter Buell for his Deputyship and expenses, twenty shillings.
     
      In May 1688, Peter Buell drew lot no.2, in the tier of lots lying in the Easter section of the Town know as Turkey Hills (now Granby), the lots mumbering from North to South.
     
      In 1694 Peter Buell's name appears among the list of persons against who taxes (town rates) were laid; and in 1696 Sergeant Buell's name appears among the list for Ministers' rates; also Peter Buell's name appears in the same list for 1691. Alsoas one of the Representatives elected from the Town of Simsbury to the General Assembly, at the May Session in the year 1687; also at the October Session in 1691 and 1696.
     
      He was married at Windsor, Ct. 31 March 1670 to Martha Coggens, daughter of Thomas Coggens, of Taunton, Ma. She died at Simsbury, Ct. 22 May 1686.
     
      Children: all born Simsbury, CT.
     
      Peter Buell b. 1671 d. infant
      Abigail Buell b. 17 May 1673
      Martha Buell b. 27 Dec 1675
      Mary Buell b. 23 Dec 1677
      Sarah Buell b. 22 Jan 1679
      Peter Buell b. 2 Apr 1681
      Ephraim Buell b. 20 Feb 1683
      Hannah Buell b circa 1684
      Samuel Buell b. 10 May 1686
     
      Sergeant Peter Buell m. secondly about 1687 Mary or Mercy Strong, who d. 4 May 1688, aged 22 years. And m. thirdly probably at Windsor, CT. 30 June 1699 Mrs. Mary Bissell, widow of Jabcob Bissell, and daughter of Jonathan and Mary (Kelsey) Gillett, Jr. of Windsor Ct. She was b. 21 Oct. 1667 and d. 19 Aug. 1834 aged 66 years.
     
      Their Children: b. Simsbury, CT.
     
      Miriam Buell, b. circa 1700
      William Buell b. 1701
      Jonathan Buell b. 1703
      Esther or Hester Buell b. 1705.
     
     

Peter was born on 19 August 1644 at Windsor, Connecticut.1 He was the son of William Buell and Mary Post or Thomas ?

Citations

  1. [S75] Buell Family, Welles, Albert , pg 25.

Hannah Buell

F, b. 8 January 1647/48
     Hannah was born on 8 January 1647/48 at Windsor, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of William Buell and Mary Post or Thomas ?

Citations

  1. [S75] Buell Family, Welles, Albert , pg 25.

Hepzibah Buell

F, b. 11 December 1649
     Hepzibah was born on 11 December 1649 at Windsor, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of William Buell and Mary Post or Thomas ?

Citations

  1. [S75] Buell Family, Welles, Albert , pg 25.

Sarah Buell

F, b. 21 March 1654/55
     Sarah was born on 21 March 1654/55 at Windsor, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of William Buell and Mary Post or Thomas ?

Citations

  1. [S75] Buell Family, Welles, Albert , pg 25.

Abigail Buell

F, b. 12 February 1656/57
     Abigail was born on 12 February 1656/57 at Windsor, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of William Buell and Mary Post or Thomas ?

Citations

  1. [S75] Buell Family, Welles, Albert , pg 25.

Bernard Capen1

M, b. circa 1562, d. 8 November 1638
      Bernard Capen, immigrant ancestor of the old American families of this name, was born in England. 26 February 1632/3: "This day Christofer Gould married with Rachell Beake, and shortly after, when Aquila Purchas, Bernard Capen and others went for New England, he was by Mr. White chosen clerk of Trinity Parish, and by the town schoolmaster of Trinity School". This places Bernard Capen and his family on the un-named Weymouth ship which arrived in Boston about 24 July 1633. He was a proprietor and one of the original grantees of Dorchester Massachusetts, August 5, 1633. He was admitted a freeman, May 25, 1636. Bernard was a shoemaker by trade. His homestead was on what is now Washington St., near Wheatland Ave. The last land granted him was at South Boston, March 18, 1637, "with the cows pasture and other land". The family has been prominent in Dorchester from the first settlement to the present time. Among the most influential and useful citizens of the town have been the lineal maker descendants of Bernard Capen. He lived but a few years after coming to the new world.
     

      Bernard's will is on file in Suffolk county and reads in part: "octo 9th 1638 Sonne John five acres of and out of my great lott, next adjoining to his lott ye which he is to possess immediately after my decease which is to fulfill a promise made at his marriage. To wife all such lands and goods as I now possess during her life. And when it shall appear that her days drawe to an end that she with the rest of my friends who I put in trust, to divide these lands and goods to my children equally. If she change her name by marriage with another man then she shall with the audits of those of my friends give portions equally to my children. Now these my friends which I put in trust to my brother Duer and William Sumner". "George Duer and William Sumner disposed before County Court Nov. 19, 1652 that this was the last will of Bernard Capen. John Capen deposed before the Court Nov 19, 1652 that the time his father made the will in the year 1638." fulfill a promise made.
Bernard was born circa 1562 at England.2,3 He married Joan Purchase or Purchis on 31 May 1596 at Whitsun Week, England.2,3 Bernard immigrated to (an unknown value) in 1635.4 Bernard died on 8 November 1638 at Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts.1

Children of Bernard Capen and Joan Purchase or Purchis

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 88,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 133.
  4. [S95] Capen, Bernard, Hayden, Charles , pg 62.

Joan Purchase or Purchis1

F, b. circa 1578, d. 26 March 1653
     Joan was born circa 1578.2 She was the daughter of Oliver Purchase and Sarah NN----. She married Bernard Capen on 31 May 1596 at Whitsun Week, England.3,4 Joan died on 26 March 1653 at Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

Children of Joan Purchase or Purchis and Bernard Capen

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 88.
  3. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 88,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 133.