Journal Report

Family History of Edmund Everett Flood



Generation One




E.E. Flood, ca. 1925

1. EDMUND EVERETT1 FLOOD (Henry, #2)1 was born on 11 Jul 1881 at Buxton, Maine.2 He married Pebble May Fisk, daughter of Robert Jameson Fisk and Temperance Morgan, on 28 Jun 1906 at the Fisk Ranch, Rosalia, WA, That night, Pebble prepared strawberry shortcake for her husband. They lived first in Spangle, WA, then in Spokane where Ed was a banker.3 He died on 12 Sep 1953 at Longview, WA, at age 72.4 He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Spokane, WA.4

Ed moved West with his family in 1890. He helped his father and brother found the Broadview Dairy, but he had ambitions elsewhere. He eventually entered banking and business and became vice president of the Exchange Bank in Spokane. He was involved in a variety of businesses and in politics. The family moved to Marshall, WA, on 8 Sep 1890.5 He was listed in the household of Henry Allen Flood in the 1900 Census at Spokane, WA.6 He was also known as E. E. Flood.7 He was Vice President at the Exchange National Bank, Spokane, between 1920 and 1929.8 In 1929 he was indicted for fraud and embezzlement over his use of insurance premiums to fund political campaigns. He was convicted and sentenced to five years in prison, but an appeal resulted in a new trial (family tradition holds that a $25,000 bribe was paid to an appeals judge). He was eventually acquitted when it was shown that key documents were forged, but he was financially devastated. He then worked as a business consultant in Seattle. In 1941 he moved to Longview where he had purchased a paper pulp mill. Ed was an active and gregarious man and he was always the center of attention.9 He was employed at Seattle as a business consultant in 1932.7 He moved in 1932 to Queen Anne Hill, Seattle.9 He was in the wood pulp business at Pacific Paperboard Co., Longview, WA, in 1941.10 Obituary: "Edmund Everett Flood, 72, president of the Pacific paperboard Co. of Longview and former Spokane banker, died Saturday night after a long illness. Flood had headed the Longview concern since 1941. While a resident of Spokane, he was prominent in eastern Washington Republican activities and was widely known and Inland Empire business circles. Last rites here Tuesday will be followed by burial in Spokane with Masonic graveside at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Greenwood Cemetery." (Seattle Post-Intelligencer).11


Generation Two




Allen Flood at the time of his marriage


Allen Flood, Spokane, ca. 1910

2. HENRY ALLEN2 FLOOD (David, #4) 12 was born on 3 Apr 1854
at Buxton, Maine, and raised on a farm. 13 He married Lizzie May Brackett (see #3), daughter of John Brackett and Martha Elizabeth Harmon, before 1878 at Buxton, Maine. 14 He died on 6 May 1942 at Spokane, WA, at age 88. 15 He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery. 16
He was usually known as Allen Henry Flood. 5 He was listed in the household of David Flood in the 1860 Census at Buxton, Maine.17 He was listed in the household of David Flood in the 18 Jun 1870 Census at Buxton, Maine.18 He was listed in the 1880 Census at Buxton, Maine.19 He was employed at San Francisco as a streetcar conductor circa 1887.5 He was employed at Spokane, WA, as a surveyor in 1889.5 In 1888 he went West from Maine to look for opportunity. He was a cable car conductor in San Francisco and then worked as a surveyor, laying out the city of Spokane, WA. A promoter named George Davis convinced him of the future of the Marshall area south of Spokane. He and his brother-in-law, Ed Hopkinson, organized a party of twenty-eight friends and relatives from Buxton to settle in Marshall in 1890 and they traveled across the country in a chartered rail car. Some in the party eventually returned to Maine, but Allen started a dairy herd with his sons. This grew into the Broadview Dairy and he prospered for many years. He retired to Pasadena, CA and then returned to Spokane.5 He moved on 8 Sep 1890 to Marshall, WA, in a party of 28 friends and relatives from Buxton, in a chartered railroad car.5 He founded the Broadview Dairy, Spokane, WA, 1893. The dairy grew to a large business and by the 1930's had modern panel trucks delivering milk to homes in Spokane. The dairy was purchased by the Carnation Co. in the 1920's.20 He was listed in the 1900 Census at Spokane, WA.6 Just under six feet in height, Allen was an avid fisherman and he was known for a gruff demeanor.5 He resided circa 1933 at Pasadena, California.5

Children of Henry Allen2 Flood and Lizzie May Brackett (see #3) were as follows:


Lizzie Brackett at the time of her marriage

3. LIZZIE MAY2 BRACKETT (John, #6)29 was born on 22 Feb 1857 at New Market, New Hampshire.30 She married Henry Allen Flood (see #2), son of David Flood and Eliza Ann Kimball, before 1878 at Buxton, Maine.14 She died on 9 Jan 1941 at Spokane, WA, at age 83.31 She was buried in Greenwood Cemetery.32

She was listed in the household of Henry Allen Flood in the 1880 Census at Buxton, Maine.19 The family moved to Marshall, WA, on 8 Sep 1890.5 She was listed in the household of Henry Allen Flood in the 1900 Census at Spokane, WA.6 She was "a large, matronly lady of great compassion and all the grandchildren loved her. She retained a New England manner of speech that grew more pronounced as she grew older.".5


Generation Three




David Flood, Maine, ca. 1870

4. DAVID3 FLOOD (Calvin, #8)33 was born on 18 Jun 1820 at Buxton, Maine.34 He and Eliza Ann Kimball (see #5) were engaged on 2 Jan 1842 at Buxton, Maine.35 He married Eliza Ann Kimball, daughter of Nathan Kimball and Abigail S. Files, on 27 Jan 1842 at Buxton, Maine.36 He died on 18 Oct 1880 at Buxton, Maine, at age 60.37

He was a farmer at Buxton.18 He acquired 34 acres of land from Betsey Fogg, widow, for $450 at Buxton on 10 Apr 1844.38 He was listed in the 1850 Census at Buxton, Maine.39 He was listed in the 1860 Census at Buxton, Maine, Occupation: farmer.17 He was listed in the 18 Jun 1870 Census at Buxton, Maine.18

Children of David3 Flood and Eliza Ann Kimball (see #5) all born at Buxton, Maine, were as follows:


Eliza Kimball, Maine, ca. 1870

5. ELIZA ANN3 KIMBALL (Nathan, #10)50 was born on 30 Jun 1821 at Buxton, Maine.51 She and David Flood (see #4) were engaged on 2 Jan 1842 at Buxton, Maine.35 She married David Flood, son of Calvin Flood and Mary J. Binford, on 27 Jan 1842 at Buxton, Maine.36 She died on 27 Apr 1893 at Spokane, WA, at age 71.52

She was listed in the household of David Flood in the 1850 Census at Buxton, Maine.39 She was listed in the household of David Flood in the 1860 Census at Buxton, Maine.17 She was listed in the household of David Flood in the 18 Jun 1870 Census at Buxton, Maine.18 Her married name was Charles.53 The family moved to Marshall, WA, on 8 Sep 1890.5


6. JOHN3 BRACKETT (John, #12)54 was born on 14 Mar 1821 at New Market, New Hampshire.55 He married Martha Elizabeth Harmon (see #7), daughter of Jonathan Harmon and Martha Smith, circa 1846.21 He died on 12 Apr 1910 at Newmarket, New Hampshire, at age 89.56
He was also known as Capt. John Brackett.31 He ran away as a boy and worked as a seaman.21 He was employed at Newmarket, New Hampshire, as working in a cotton mill in 1870.57 He was employed as a laborer in 1900.56

Children of John3 Brackett and Martha Elizabeth Harmon (see #7) were as follows:

7. MARTHA ELIZABETH3 HARMON (Jonathan, #14)61 was born on 18 Jan 1825 at Buxton, Maine.62 She probably married first John L. Moulton circa 1845.63 She married John Brackett (see #6), son of John Brackett and Elizabeth Murray, circa 1846.21 She died on 18 Jan 1899 at Newmarket, New Hampshire, at age 74.64


Generation Four



8. CALVIN4 FLOOD (Edmund, #16)65 was born on 22 Jan 1796 at Buxton, Maine.66 He and Mary J. Binford (see #9) were engaged on 20 Nov 1819 at Buxton, Maine.67 He married Mary J. Binford, daughter of William Binford and Dorcas Richardson, on 28 Nov 1819 at Baldwin, Maine.68 He died on 20 Nov 1855 at Buxton, Maine, at age 59 Epitaph: "What I do thou Knowest not now, but thou shalt know Hereafter".69
He reported for duty with the Maine Militia on 2 May 1817 Baldwin, Maine, but was excused due to "strain in breast".70 He was a farmer at Buxton. He was excused from Captain Nathan Sawyer's Company of militia due to a "sprain at the stomach" on 12 Sep 1831.70 He was listed in the 1850 Census at Buxton, Maine.71

Children of Calvin4 Flood and Mary J. Binford (see #9) all born at Buxton, Maine, were as follows:

9. MARY J.4 BINFORD (William, #18)80 was born on 23 Nov 1798 at Maine.81 She and Calvin Flood (see #8) were engaged on 20 Nov 1819 at Buxton, Maine.67 She married Calvin Flood, son of Edmund Flood and Martha Lombard, on 28 Nov 1819 at Baldwin, Maine.68 She died on 19 Mar 1874 at Buxton, Maine, at age 75.69
Her nick name was Polly.82 She was listed in the household of Calvin Flood in the 1850 Census at Buxton, Maine.71 She was listed in the household of Gardner Flood in the 1860 Census at Buxton, Maine.83 She was listed in the household of David Flood in the 18 Jun 1870 Census at Buxton, Maine.18


10. NATHAN4 KIMBALL (Daniel, #20)84 was born on 15 Aug 1790.85 He was born on 16 Aug 1794 at Buxton, Maine.86 He and Abigail S. Files were engaged on 26 Dec 1814 at Buxton, Maine, Abigail from Gorham.87 He married Abigail S. Files (see #11), daughter of George Files and Temperance Sturgis, on 27 Dec 1814 at Gorham, Maine.88 He died on 2 Nov 1873 at Buxton, Maine, at age 79.85 He died in 1874 at Buxton, Maine.89
He enlisted in the militia during the War of 1812, Maine, circa 1812.90

Children of Nathan4 Kimball and Abigail S. Files (see #11) all born at Buxton, Maine, were as follows:

11. ABIGAIL S.4 FILES (George, #22)93 was born on 3 May 1794 at Gorham, Maine.94 She and Nathan Kimball were engaged on 26 Dec 1814 at Buxton, Maine, Abigail from Gorham.87 She married Nathan Kimball (see #10), son of Daniel Kimball and Mary Briant, on 27 Dec 1814 at Gorham, Maine.88 She died on 11 Feb 1851 at Buxton, Maine, at age 56.95
Her nick name was Nabby.96


12. JOHN4 BRACKETT (John, #24)97 was born in Aug 1796 at New Market, New Hampshire.98 He married Elizabeth Murray (see #13), daughter of Timothy Chapman and Elizabeth (--?--), circa 1820.98 He died on 21 Dec 1826 at New Market, New Hampshire, at age 30 in an accidental fall in a mill.98
He was a Tanner and a Boot Maker.98

Children of John4 Brackett and Elizabeth Murray (see #13) were as follows:

13. ELIZABETH4 MURRAY (Timothy Chapman, #26)59 was born on 14 Feb 1799 at New Hampshire.101 She married John Brackett (see #12), son of John Brackett and Mehitable(?) Wiggin, circa 1820.98 She died in Jun 1849 at age 50.
She was also known as Elizabeth Chesswell and Elizabeth Merrill.98 She was also known as Elizabeth Merrill.98


14. JONATHAN4 HARMON (Jonathan, #28)102 was born in 1791 at Scarboro, Maine.103 He married Martha Smith (see #15) in 1816 at Buxton, Maine.104 He died in 1864 at Buxton, Maine.104
He was a blacksmith at Buxton.63

Children of Jonathan4 Harmon and Martha Smith (see #15) were:

15. MARTHA4 SMITH104 was born circa 1791 at Buxton, Maine.105 She married Jonathan Harmon (see #14), son of Jonathan Harmon and Dorcas Harmon, in 1816 at Buxton, Maine.104 She died at Buxton, Maine.


Generation Five



16. EDMUND5 FLOOD (James, #30);106 Edmund Flood, who was born about 1760, lived several years in Gorham when a young man. He came here from Portland where he had a mother. His father, who was a sheriff, suddenly disappeared - it was supposed by some foul play. Edmund married Aug. 10, 1788, Martha, daughter of Calvin Lombard, and moved to Buxton, where he reared a large family of children. Simon E. and Lewis McLellan are grandsons of Edmund and Martha Flood. (McLelland, "History of Gorham") was born in 1765 at Portland, Maine.107 He and Martha Lombard were engaged on 27 Jan 1788 at Buxton, Maine.108 He married Martha Lombard (see #17), daughter of Calvin Lombard and Martha Grant, on 10 Aug 1788 at Gorham, Maine.109 Edmund Flood married 2nd Mrs. Martha Irish on 2 Aug 1832 at Gorham, Maine.110 He died on 20 Jan 1842 at Buxton, Maine.111
He was listed in the 1810 Census at Buxton, Maine.112

Children of Edmund5 Flood and Martha Lombard (see #17) all born at Buxton, Maine, were as follows:

17. MARTHA5 LOMBARD (Calvin, #32)122 was born on 4 Dec 1768 at Gorham, Maine.123 She and Edmund Flood were engaged on 27 Jan 1788 at Buxton, Maine.108 She married Edmund Flood (see #16), son of James Flood (Sr.) and Abigail Thomas, on 10 Aug 1788 at Gorham, Maine.109 She died on 21 Jun 1830 at Buxton, Maine, at age 61.43 She died on 22 Jun 1830 at Buxton, Maine, at age 61.40


18. WILLIAM5 BINFORD (William, #34)124 was born on 3 Apr 1755 at Boston, Massachusetts.125 He married Dorcas Richardson (see #19), daughter of Jeremiah Richardson and Dorcas Hall, on 13 Feb 1780 at Newton, Massachusetts.126 He died in Nov 1827 at Buxton, Maine, at age 72.127
He was a soldier between 1775 and 1779 in the 37th Regt., Continental Line, during the American Revolution. He was at Prospect Hill, 1775-76.128 In April 1780 he served aboard the ship Protector out of Boston as a seaman.129

Children of William5 Binford and Dorcas Richardson (see #19) were:

19. DORCAS5 RICHARDSON (Jeremiah, #36)130 was born on 23 Feb 1762 at Newton, Massachusetts.131 She married William Binford (see #18), son of William Binford and Phoebe Mansur, on 13 Feb 1780 at Newton, Massachusetts.126 She died in Feb 1832.127


20. DANIEL5 KIMBALL (Joshua, #38)132 was born on 7 Oct 1767 at Pembroke, New Hampshire.133 He was born on 27 Mar 1768 at Buxton, Maine.134 He witnessed the marr-pub of Daniel Kimball and Mary Briant on 1 Mar 1790 at Buxton, Maine.135 He married Mary Briant (see #21), daughter of Jerathamel Bryant and Sarah McLucas, on 2 Mar 1790 at Buxton, Maine.136 He died on 22 Jun 1847 at Buxton, Maine, at age 79.137 He died on 22 Jun 1851 at Maine at age 83.138

Children of Daniel5 Kimball and Mary Briant (see #21) were as follows:

21. MARY5 BRIANT (Jerathamel Bryant, #40)141 was born in 1755.85 She witnessed the marr-pub of Mary Briant and Daniel Kimball on 1 Mar 1790 at Buxton, Maine.135 She married Daniel Kimball (see #20), son of Joshua Kimball and Martha Elden, on 2 Mar 1790 at Buxton, Maine.136 She died on 18 Jun 1832 at Buxton, Maine.142
Her nick name was Polly.143


22. GEORGE5 FILES (William, #42)144 was born on 2 Feb 1766 at Gorham, Maine.145 He married Temperance Sturgis (see #23), daughter of Jonathan Sturgis and Temperance Gorham, on 10 Oct 1789 at West Gorham, Maine.146 He died on 7 Jan 1853 at West Gorham, Maine, at age 86.147

Children of George5 Files and Temperance Sturgis (see #23) were as follows:

23. TEMPERANCE5 STURGIS (Jonathan, #44)151 was born on 5 Nov 1768 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.152 She married George Files (see #22), son of William Files and Joanna More, on 10 Oct 1789 at West Gorham, Maine.146 She died on 20 Sep 1824 at West Gorham, Maine, at age 55.127


24. JOHN5 BRACKETT (Joshua, #46)153 was born on 6 Mar 1774 at New Market, New Hampshire.100 He married Mehitable(?) Wiggin (see #25) before 1796.100 He died at New Market, New Hampshire.100
He was the owner of taxable property on 27 Apr 1799 at Gorham, Maine.154 He was a Blacksmith. His nick name was Black John.100

Children of John5 Brackett and Mehitable(?) Wiggin (see #25) were as follows:

25. MEHITABLE(?)5 WIGGIN100 was born circa 1774.100 She married John Brackett (see #24), son of Joshua Brackett, before 1796.100


26. TIMOTHY5 CHAPMAN21 was born circa 1770. He married Elizabeth (--?--) (see #27) circa 1798.21

Children of Timothy5 Chapman and Elizabeth (--?--) (see #27) were:

27. ELIZABETH5 (--?--)21 was born circa 1770. She married Timothy Chapman (see #26) circa 1798.21


28. JONATHAN5 HARMON (William, #47)156 was born on 6 Aug 1743 at Scarboro, Maine.157 He married Dorcas Harmon (see #29), daughter of James Harmon and Elizabeth Small, on 22 Oct 1764 at Scarboro, Maine.158 He died in 1832 at Madison, New Hampshire.103
He enlisted in Capt. Benjamin Larrabee's Co., Col. Jonathan Mitchell's Regt., Massachusetts Militia, on 8 Jul 1779 as a private during the American Revolution. He participated in the Bagaduce Expedition.158 He moved in 1815 to Eaton, New Hampshire, with his son Abner.103 Jonathan Harmon moved to Eaton, NH about 1815 with his son Abner. His farm was in what is now [1900] East Madison, on the Madison road. The old gentleman always wore knee breeches with his hair in a que. In 1832, when standing before an open fire-place, he was stricken with a dizziness and fell into the fire. He was pulled out by his grandson, Cyrus, who was standing near, but he was fatally burned and died shortly afterwards and was buried on the hill on the left side of the road going toward Madison Corner. His grave is marked by a large field boulder.104

Children of Jonathan5 Harmon and Dorcas Harmon (see #29) were:

29. DORCAS5 HARMON (James, #49)159 was born on 12 Aug 1746 at Scarboro, Maine.160 She married Jonathan Harmon (see #28), son of William Harmon and Esther Libby, on 22 Oct 1764 at Scarboro, Maine.158


Generation Six




Burning of Falmouth by Captain Mowat, 1775

30. JAMES6 FLOOD (SR.)161 was born circa 1730.162 He and Abigail Thomas were engaged on 7 Feb 1753 at Falmouth, Maine.163 He married Abigail Thomas (see #31), daughter of Joseph Thoms and Mary (--?--), on 17 Feb 1753 at Falmouth, Maine.164 He died before 1790 at Maine.165

He was also known as James Flud.166 Research note: Nothing has yet been discovered about the origin of James Flood. Floods had been in Massachusetts since 1632, but James' connection to them has not been established. He and Abigail Thomas were members of the First Church, Falmouth, Maine, in 1752.167 He was on a tax list on 18 Nov 1766 at Falmouth, Maine.167 He enlisted in Capt. John Land's Seacoast Company, Maine, on 20 Jun 1775 discharged 31 Dec 1776.168 He lost his home when Rpyal Navy Capt. Mowat burned Falmouth in October 1775, value 36 Pounds. Mowat's action horrified the world.169 Little is known about Flood after the Revolution. A family historian and tradition say that he was the sheriff and disappeared mysteriously, last seen crossing the Tukey Bridge with a large sum of money. Foul play was suspected. There is no record that he was sheriff, but he did serve as constable and hog reeve (animal control officer).170

Children of James6 Flood (Sr.) and Abigail Thomas (see #31) were as follows:

31. ABIGAIL6 THOMAS (Joseph Thoms, #51)184 was baptized on 17 Sep 1732 at Falmouth, Maine.106 She and James Flood (Sr.) were engaged on 7 Feb 1753 at Falmouth, Maine.163 She married James Flood (Sr.) (see #30) on 17 Feb 1753 at Falmouth, Maine.164
She was also known as Abigail Thomes.106 And Abagail Thoms.185 She and James Flood (Sr.) were members of the First Church, Falmouth, Maine, in 1752.167


32. CALVIN6 LOMBARD (Solomon, #53)186 was born on 25 May 1748 at Truro, Massachusetts.187 He married Martha Grant (see #33), daughter of Peter Grant and Mary Lord, in 1767 at Kittery, Maine.188 He married 2nd Mary Walker after 1799 at Limington, Maine.187 He died in 1808 at Limington, Maine.189
He was a Minuteman during the American Revolution and enlisted in Col. Phinney's Regiment, Massachusetts Militia. "He was a very impulsive man, caring little for consequences. At the time when Col. Phinney's Regiment was called into Falmouth [May 1777], in consequence of Capt. Mowath's ship [HMS Caneaux] being in the harbor and about to burn the town, Lombard accompanied his neighbors, the Gorham men, as a volunteer. The ship lay some distance from the landing - Lombard had what he thought to be an extraordinaryly good gun, and wished to try it. Accordingly, getting as near the landing as he could conveniently, and not be seen by those on the ship and screening himself behind a hogshead, he let go from thence at the sentry as he passed the gangway, and the ball hit directly at the feet of the man, in the side of the ship. Some of the officers reached over and with a knife took the ball from the place where it hit, and in a few minutes the ship was worked to a safer distance." According to a patriotic historian writing a century later, "Calvin Lombard of Gorham fired the first gun at Falmouth Neck. It was not the one heard round the world, but it has been ringing in our ears ever since. He was inspired to the act by the spirit of liberty, not Coulson's rum, as that was not flavored with rebellion." However, an eyewitness wrote in a letter at the time that Calvin was "raised with liquor." In October, Captain Mowat burned Falmouth to the ground, an act which horrified the world.190

Children of Calvin6 Lombard and Martha Grant (see #33) were as follows:

33. MARTHA6 GRANT (Peter, #55)194 was baptized on 29 May 1744 at Kittery, Maine.188 She married Calvin Lombard (see #32), son of Rev. Solomon Lombard and Sarah Purrington, in 1767 at Kittery, Maine.188 She died in 1798 at Limington, Maine.195


34. WILLIAM6 BINFORD (William Benford, #57)196 married Phoebe Mansur (see #35), daughter of Thomas Mansur and Mary (--?--), on 10 Jan 1754 at Medford, Massachusetts.197 He died on 18 Jan 1763 at Medford, Massachusetts.198

Children of William6 Binford and Phoebe Mansur (see #35) were as follows:

35. PHOEBE6 MANSUR (Thomas, #59)201 was born on 16 Jan 1724 at Malden, Massachusetts.202 She married William Binford (see #34), son of William Benford and Tabithy Hall, on 10 Jan 1754 at Medford, Massachusetts.197


36. JEREMIAH6 RICHARDSON (David, #61)203 was born on 13 Mar 1736 at Newton, Massachusetts.204 He married Dorcas Hall (see #37), daughter of Edward Hall and Mary Miller, on 7 May 1761 at Newton, Massachusetts, (four of the Richardson sons married four Hall sisters).205 He died on 11 Dec 1816 at Newton, Massachusetts, at age 80.206
He was appointed Surveyor of Highways at Newton, Massachusetts, in 1768.207 He was elected Warden in 1772 at Newton, Massachusetts.207 He and Dorcas Hall resided in 1779 at Greenwood St., Newton, Massachusetts.207

Children of Jeremiah6 Richardson and Dorcas Hall (see #37) were:

37. DORCAS6 HALL (Edward, #63)208 was born on 28 Feb 1740/41 at Newton, Massachusetts.209 She married Jeremiah Richardson (see #36), son of David Richardson and Remember Ward, on 7 May 1761 at Newton, Massachusetts, (four of the Richardson sons married four Hall sisters).205 She died on 6 May 1832 at Newton, Massachusetts, at age 91.210
She and Jeremiah Richardson resided in 1779 at Greenwood St., Newton, Massachusetts.207


38. JOSHUA6 KIMBALL (Joshua, #65);211 Private in Capt. John Elden's (Buxton) Co., which marched April 24, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Biddeford on an express from Col Tristram Jordan; service 1 1/2 days; also, Capt John Elden's Co., service 1 1/2 days on an express from Col Tristram Jordan sent in consequence of armed vessels appearing to be coming into Winter Harbor; (roll dated Buxton, December 14, 1775); also, Capt. Noah Moulton Littlefield's Co., abstract for wages for 1 month and 4 weeks billeting; company stationed at Wells for defense of seacoast; order for payment of above abstract dated Wells, September 16, 1775, and signed by Capt. Littlefield; also same Co.; enlisted July 10, 1775; service 6 mos. 6 days; Co. stationed at Wells and Arundel for sea coast defense was born circa 1755 at Marblehead, Massachusetts.212 He married Martha Elden (see #39), daughter of John Elden and Ruth Sands, on 20 Apr 1761 at Buxton, Maine.213 He died on 15 Apr 1824 at Buxton, Maine.214
He was a tanner in 1765 at Marblehead, Massachusetts.212 He migrated to Narragansett No. 1 (now Buxton, ME) in 1767.212 He enlisted in Capt. John Elden's (Buxton) Co., Jordan's Regt., on 24 Apr 1775 during the American Revolution.215

Children of Joshua6 Kimball and Martha Elden (see #39) all born at Buxton, Maine, were as follows:

39. MARTHA6 ELDEN (John, #67)218 was born on 14 Oct 1748 at Saco, Maine.219 She married Joshua Kimball (see #38), son of Joshua Kimball and Deborah Andrews, on 20 Apr 1761 at Buxton, Maine.213 She died on 25 Jun 1822 at Buxton, Maine, at age 73.220


40. JERATHAMEL6 BRYANT127 was born circa 1730. He and Sarah McLucas (see #41) were engaged on 4 Sep 1759 at Biddeford, Maine.221 He died on 27 Oct 1824 at Buxton, Maine, while living with the family of Daniel Kimball.222
He was also known as Jarahmeel Bryant.223 He enlisted in Capt. John Elden's Co., Col. Lemuel Robinson's Regt., Roxbury, Massachusetts, on 26 Feb 1776 as Third Sergeant during the American Revolution.224 He was elected to town offices before 1796 at Biddleford, Maine.225

Children of Jerathamel6 Bryant and Sarah McLucas (see #41) were as follows:

41. SARAH6 MCLUCAS (John, #69)228 was born on 23 Jun 1735 at York, Maine.229 She and Jerathamel Bryant (see #40) were engaged on 4 Sep 1759 at Biddeford, Maine.221
She was also known as Sarah McClucas.230



Regiment of Rangers, French and Indian War, ca. 1759

42. WILLIAM6 FILES127 was born in 1728 at England.145 He married Joanna More (see #43), daughter of Ebenezer More, in 1756 at Cape Cod, Massachusetts.145 He died on 21 Mar 1823 at Gorham, Maine.145

His nick name was William the Old Ranger.96 He ran away from home in England because of his stepfather. He stowed away on a ship and after being discovered, he was sold at Cape Cod in 1737 for his passage.96 He moved in 1756 to York, Maine.96 He enlisted in the Regiment of Rangers in 1757 during the French and Indian War. He was present at the English surrender of Fort William Henry to the French. The British and the colonists were permitted to leave the fort with their arms, but the Indians who were allied with the French broke the truce and attacked the retreating column and many died. William and Zephaniah Harding were captured by two Indians, but they escaped. Chased by the Indians, they hid in a hollow log. The Indians suspected where they were hiding and attempted to burn the log, but it was too wet. The Indians gave up and went away.96 He moved circa 1760 to York, Maine, purchased 38 acres of land from John Freeman. He built first a log cabin and then several years later a two story house.96 A man of the strictest honor and integrity. He is said never to have paid but twenty cents in interest, so careful was he never to be in debt.96 He was the owner of taxable property on 27 Apr 1799 at Gorham, Maine.154

Children of William6 Files and Joanna More (see #43) were as follows:

43. JOANNA6 MORE (Ebenezer, #71)231 was born circa 1728.145 She married William Files (see #42) in 1756 at Cape Cod, Massachusetts.145 She died in Jan 1816.127
She was also known as Joanna Gordon.127 She was also known as Mrs. Joanna Moore.145 The family moved to York, Maine, in 1756.96


44. JONATHAN6 STURGIS (Nathaniel, #72);232 Private, Capt. Hart Williams Co., Col Edmund Phinney's Regt.; billeting allowed from time of enlistment to date of marching to headquarters, July 5, 1775; credited with 10 weeks 5 days allowance; roll sworn to in Cumberland Co.; also, order for money in lieu of bounty coat dated Camp at Cambridge, October 27, 1774 was born circa 1742 at Truro, Massachusetts.152 He and Temperance Gorham were engaged on 5 Jan 1765 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.233 He married Temperance Gorham (see #45), daughter of Ebenezer Gorham and Temperence Hawes, on 7 Feb 1765 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.234 He died on 11 May 1833 at Gorham, Maine.235
He and Temperance Gorham moved circa 1769 to Gorham, Maine.236 He enlisted in Capt. Hart William's Company, Boston, Massachusetts, in 1775 during the American Revolution and marched to fight the British after the Battle of Lexington. On 17 Oct 1777 he was present when General Burgoyne surrendered to General Benedict Arnold.237

Children of Jonathan6 Sturgis and Temperance Gorham (see #45) were as follows:

45. TEMPERANCE6 GORHAM (Ebenezer, #74)151 was born on 20 May 1744 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.235 She and Jonathan Sturgis were engaged on 5 Jan 1765 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.233 She married Jonathan Sturgis (see #44), son of Nathaniel Sturgis and Abigail Cobb, on 7 Feb 1765 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.234 She died on 26 Nov 1824 at Gorham, Maine, at age 80.235
She and Jonathan Sturgis moved circa 1769 to Gorham, Maine.236


46. JOSHUA6 BRACKETT (Samuel, #76)21 was born circa 1744 at New Market, New Hampshire.98 He died after 1784 at New Market, New Hampshire.243
He filed a petition for land at New Market, New Hampshire, on 5 Mar 1766.244 He was mentioned in the probate of the estate of Samuel Brackett on 2 Mar 1768 at New Market, New Hampshire.245 He enlisted in the militia, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1775 during the American Revolution. He was one of the soldiers who protested the appointment of Lieutenant Colonel Folsom. He supplied "pinch wood" for construction of fortifications and he furnished men and oxen for labor on military rafts at Newington.244 Signed the Association Test (loyalty to the Revolution).243 He was a member of the West Society in 1778.244

Children of Joshua6 Brackett include:

47. WILLIAM6 HARMON (Samuel, #77)102 was born in 1719 at Wells, Massachusetts.104 He was baptized on 27 Jun 1736 at Pepperellboro, Maine.248 He married Esther Libby (see #48), daughter of David Libby and Esther Hanscom, on 9 Jun 1740 at Scarboro, Maine.249 He died before 3 Sep 1762 at Scarboro, Maine.250 He died on 15 Sep 1762 at Scarboro, Maine.251
He enlisted in Capt. Fabyan's Company, Pepperellboro (later Saco), Maine, in 1757 as 2nd Sergeant, during the French and Indian War.248

Children of William6 Harmon and Esther Libby (see #48) were:

48. ESTHER6 LIBBY (David, #79)252 was born on 7 Apr 1721 at Scarboro, Maine.251 She married William Harmon (see #47), son of Samuel Harmon and Mercy Stimson, on 9 Jun 1740 at Scarboro, Maine.249 She died on 1 Sep 1762 at Scarboro, Maine, at age 41.251 She died before 18 Sep 1762 at Scarboro, Maine.248 She was buried in Scarboro, Maine.248


49. JAMES6 HARMON (Samuel, #77)253 was born circa 1720 at Scarboro, Maine.250 He was baptized on 27 Jun 1736 at Scarboro, Maine.248 He married Elizabeth Small (see #50), daughter of Samuel Small Jr. and Anna Hatch, on 27 Oct 1743 at Scarborough, Maine.254

Children of James6 Harmon and Elizabeth Small (see #50) were as follows:

50. ELIZABETH6 SMALL (Samuel, #83)256 was born on 3 Feb 1727/28 at Kittery, Maine.254 She was baptized on 22 Sep 1728.254 She married James Harmon (see #49), son of Samuel Harmon and Mercy Stimson, on 27 Oct 1743 at Scarborough, Maine.254


Generation Seven



51. JOSEPH7 THOMS257 was born circa 1700.185 He married Mary (--?--) (see #52).185 He died at Falmouth, Maine.
He was also known as Joseph Thomas.185

Children of Joseph7 Thoms and Mary (--?--) (see #52) were:

52. MARY7 (--?--)185 was born circa 1700.185 She married Joseph Thoms (see #51), son of Thomas Thomes.185 She died at Falmouth, Maine.
She was also known as Mary Thomas.185


53. REV. SOLOMON7 LOMBARD (Jedediah, #86)258 was born on 5 Apr 1702 at Truro, Massachusetts.259 He married Sarah Purrington (see #54), daughter of Dea. Hezekiah Purington and Mary Scammon, on 13 Jun 1724 at Truro, Massachusetts.260 He died in 1781 at Truro, Massachusetts.259
He graduated from Harvard College in 1723.261 He moved on 30 Jan 1734/35 to Gorham, Maine, and joined the church.260 He was a pastor in 1750 at Gorham, Maine.261 He was the first settled minister of the town [Gorhamtown]. The Proprietors of Gorham, Sept. 19, 1750 voted to give him annually during his ministry 53 5s. 8d. In March, 1757, twenty-one of the inhabitants of Gorham addressed a letter to the Proprietors against Mr. Lombard's further continuance in the ministry with them, in which they say: "Our Rev. Pastor's conduct in the discipline of his Church, hath had such an evil tendency, it hath weaned our affections from him, and in a great measure spoilt his usefulness torwards, us: further, his common conduct seemeth to us to be bery extraordinary in setting neighbors against neighbors, which keeps us in a fire of contention. An likewise he has taken upon him so much business which doth not concern the ministry, which gives us grounds to thing that he is more for the fleece than he is for the flock." These complaints led to the division of the Society above spoken of, and finally to his dismission in 1764.".262 He was elected twice a Delegate to Provincial Congress circa 1776 at Boston, Massachusetts.119 He was elected Chairman, Committee of Safety in 1776 at Gorham, Maine.263 He was appointed a Judge, Court of Common Pleas at Gorham, Maine, between 1776 and 1781.119

Children of Rev. Solomon7 Lombard and Sarah Purrington (see #54) all born at Truro, Massachusetts, were as follows:

54. SARAH7 PURRINGTON (Hezekiah Purington, #88)265 was born circa 1700 at Massachusetts.260 She was born after 1703 at Truro, Massachusetts.266 She married Rev. Solomon Lombard (see #53), son of Jedediah Lombard Jr. and Hannah Lewes, on 13 Jun 1724 at Truro, Massachusetts.260 She died at Massachusetts.
The family moved to Gorham, Maine, on 30 Jan 1734/35.260


55. PETER7 GRANT (James, #90)267 was born on 14 Dec 1696 at Kittery, Maine.268 He married Lydia Frost on 24 Feb 1717 at Kittery, Maine.188 He married Mary Lord (see #56) in Feb 1737.193 He died in 1756 at Berwick, County York, England.188

Children of Peter7 Grant and Mary Lord (see #56) all born at Kittery, Maine, were as follows:

56. MARY7 LORD188 was born in 1711 at Berwick, County York, England.193 She married Joseph Stewart before 1737.270 She married Peter Grant (see #55), son of James Grant and Mary Nason, in Feb 1737.193 She died at Berwick, Maine.


57. WILLIAM7 BENFORD271 married Tabithy Hall (see #58), daughter of Nathaniel Hall and Elizabeth Cutter, on 16 Sep 1723 at Charlestown, Massachusetts.271

Children of William7 Benford and Tabithy Hall (see #58) were:

58. TABITHY7 HALL (Nathaniel, #92)272 married William Benford (see #57) on 16 Sep 1723 at Charlestown, Massachusetts.271 She married James Tufts after 1763.273
Her married name was Binford.271


59. THOMAS7 MANSUR202 was born circa 1695.202 He married Mary (--?--) (see #60) circa 1715 at Malden, Massachusetts.202

Children of Thomas7 Mansur and Mary (--?--) (see #60) all born at Malden, Massachusetts, were as follows:

60. MARY7 (--?--)202 was born circa 1695.202 She married Thomas Mansur (see #59) circa 1715 at Malden, Massachusetts.202


61. DAVID7 RICHARDSON (Samuel, #94)275 was born on 14 Apr 1700 at Woburn, Massachusetts.276 He married Esther Ward on 21 May 1724 at Newton, Massachusetts, 1st.277 Remember Ward married David Richardson, daughter of Jonathan Ward and Abigail Hall, on 19 Oct 1726 at Newton, Massachusetts, widower of her cousin Esther Ward.278 He married Abigail Holden in 1762 at Newton, Massachusetts.277 He died on 25 Jul 1770 at Newton, Massachusetts, at age 70.279
He resided at Oak Hill, Newton, Massachusetts.207 He was a blacksmith between 1720 and 1750 at Newton, Massachusetts.277 He was elected Tithingman in 1731 at Newton, Massachusetts.207 He was elected Constable in 1738 at Newton, Massachusetts.207

Children of David7 Richardson and Remember Ward (see #62) all born at Newton, Massachusetts, were as follows:

62. REMEMBER7 WARD (Jonathan, #96)284 was born in 1705.285 Remember Ward married David Richardson, son of Samuel Richardson and Sarah Hayward, on 19 Oct 1726 at Newton, Massachusetts, widower of her cousin Esther Ward.278 She died on 7 Aug 1760 at Newton, Massachusetts.286


63. EDWARD7 HALL (Andrew, #98)287 was born in 1706.288 He married Mary Miller (see #64), daughter of Samuel Miller and Elizabeth Childs, on 21 May 1730 at Newton, Massachusetts.289 He died on 15 Jan 1794 at Newton, Massachusetts.288
He was elected Surveyor of Highways in 1744 at Newton, Massachusetts.290 He was mentioned in the will of Andrew Hall in 1757 at Newton, Massachusetts.291

Children of Edward7 Hall and Mary Miller (see #64) all born at Newton, Massachusetts, were as follows:

64. MARY7 MILLER (Samuel, #100)295 was born on 20 Apr 1710 at Newton, Massachusetts.285 She married Edward Hall (see #63), son of Andrew Hall and Susannah Capen, on 21 May 1730 at Newton, Massachusetts.289 She died on 18 Aug 1790 at Newton, Massachusetts, at age 80.285


65. JOSHUA7 KIMBALL (Joseph, #102)296 was born on 18 Dec 1715 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.297 He married Deborah Andrews (see #66) on 7 Apr 1737 at Massachusetts.298 He died in 1765 at Marblehead, Massachusetts.298
He was a Peruke (wig) Maker in 1735 at Marblehead, Massachusetts.298

Children of Joshua7 Kimball and Deborah Andrews (see #66) all born at Marblehead, Massachusetts, were as follows:

66. DEBORAH7 ANDREWS302 was born circa 1720. She married Joshua Kimball (see #65), son of Joseph Kimball and Sarah Warner, on 7 Apr 1737 at Massachusetts.298



Bunker Hill, 1775

67. JOHN7 ELDEN (John, #104)303 was born circa 1720 at Biddeford.304 He married Martha (--?--) circa 1740.305 He married Ruth Sands (see #68), daughter of James Sands Jr. and Emma Jepson, on 17 Dec 1747 at Biddeford, Maine.306 He died in 1793 at Buxton, Maine.307

He was also known as Capt. John Elden.307 He resided circa 1750 at Buxton (Narragansett No. 1), Maine.307 He was in the operating saw mills business at Buxton, Maine, in 1761.307 He was in the Massachusetts Militia on 17 Jun 1775 in the Battle of Bunker Hill where he commanded a company during the American Revolution.307

Children of John7 Elden and Ruth Sands (see #68) were as follows:

68. RUTH7 SANDS (James, #106)313 was born on 17 Nov 1729 at Biddeford, Maine.314 She was engaged on 2 Dec 1747 at Biddeford, Maine.306 She married John Elden (see #67), son of John Elden and Martha Knight, on 17 Dec 1747 at Biddeford, Maine.306
Capt. John Elden seems to have held command of the Province Fort, so called, in Narragansett, No. 1 in about 1749. It is related that while the families of the early inhabitants were living in the garrison for security while the men were absent for a day and night, a runner brought news that the enemy was in the neighborhood. But Mrs. Elden, the captain's wife, a woman who showed heroism on more than one occasion, became master, or mistress, of the situation. She donned her absent husband's uniform, seized a sword, and with voice changed to a masculine tone, marshaled the other women, also arrayed in male attire and armed with muskets, about the fort as if preparing to resist an attack. This was kept up during the night and part of the succeeding day until the "relief guard" returned and the male persuasion took charge of the garrison. Some of the first children born in the plantations on the Saco had their advent within these primitive forts, and the stirring events with which they were associated in childhood were related to their grandchildren at the fireside on many a winder evening. (Ridlon, Saco Settlements, p. 39).


69. JOHN7 MCLUCAS315 married Mary Cole (see #70), daughter of Jonathan Cole and Hannah Hilton, on 8 Jan 1724/25 at York, Maine.229

Children of John7 McLucas and Mary Cole (see #70) all born at York, Maine, were as follows:

70. MARY7 COLE (Jonathan, #108)317 was born on 16 May 1708 at York, Maine.318 Mary Cole married 2nd John Briant.319 She married John McLucas (see #69) on 8 Jan 1724/25 at York, Maine.229


71. EBENEZER7 MORE.320

Children of Ebenezer7 More include:

72. NATHANIEL7 STURGIS (Samuel, #110)321 was born on 2 Feb 1714 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.322 He married Abigail Cobb (see #73), daughter of Thomas Cobb and Rachel Stone, on 20 Feb 1734/35 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.323
He was also known as Nathaniel Sturgis (ye 2nd).322

Children of Nathaniel7 Sturgis and Abigail Cobb (see #73) were:

73. ABIGAIL7 COBB (Thomas, #112)144 was born on 29 Mar 1711.127 She married Nathaniel Sturgis (see #72), son of Samuel Sturgis Jr. and Mary Otis, on 20 Feb 1734/35 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.323


74. EBENEZER7 GORHAM (James, #114)324 was born on 14 Feb 1695/96 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.325 He and Temperence Hawes (see #75) were engaged on 22 Sep 1727 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.326 He married Temperence Hawes, daughter of Joseph Howes and Mary Howes, on 9 Nov 1727 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.326 He died on 16 Nov 1776 at Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 80.326

Children of Ebenezer7 Gorham and Temperence Hawes (see #75) all born at Barnstable, Massachusetts, were as follows:

75. TEMPERENCE7 HAWES (Joseph Howes, #116)328 was born on 31 Dec 1705 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.329 She and Ebenezer Gorham (see #74) were engaged on 22 Sep 1727 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.326 She married Ebenezer Gorham, son of James Gorham and Hannah Huckins, on 9 Nov 1727 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.326 She died on 21 Feb 1767 at Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 61.
She was also known as Temperance Howes.127


76. SAMUEL7 BRACKETT (Joshua, #118)330 was born circa 1705 at Greenland, New Hampshire.331 He married an unknown person before 1744. He died in 1767 at New Market, New Hampshire.332 His estate was inventoried (no probate) on 2 Mar 1768 at New Market, New Hampshire.245
He witnessed Lt. Joshua Brackett as a member of the Church of Greenland, New Hampshire, in 1712.333 He made a will on 3 Mar 1766 at New Market, New Hampshire.334

Children of Samuel7 Brackett include:

77. SAMUEL7 HARMON (John, #120);335 Samuel Harmon purchased several large tracts of land at Scottaway Hill in Scarboro, Me., built a mill on the river there, known as Harmon's Mill, and settled at the place in 1728. He became a comfortable land owner, a representative man of the section and resided there until his death, which occurred about 1777. In 1728 he was appointed one of a committee to seek a minister for the town, which had no minister up to this time. (Harmon Genealogy) was born on 15 Jun 1686 at Wells, Maine.336 He married Mercy Stimson (see #78), daughter of George Simpson and Alice Phillips, on 19 Mar 1707 at Wells, Maine.337 He died before 1743 at Scarboro, Maine.250 He died circa 1777 at Wells, Maine.338
He was mill owner in 1728 at Scottaway Hill, Scarboro, Maine.339

Children of Samuel7 Harmon and Mercy Stimson (see #78) were as follows:

78. MERCY7 STIMSON (George Simpson, #122)340 was born on 11 Mar 1683 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.341 She was born on 11 Mar 1686 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.338 She married Samuel Harmon (see #77), son of John Harmon and Sarah Roberts, on 19 Mar 1707 at Wells, Maine.337
She was also known as Mercy Simpson.104 She was a farmer in 1716 at Ogunquit, Maine.341


79. DAVID7 LIBBY (David, #124)342 was born in 1690 at Scarboro, Maine.251 He married Esther Hanscom (see #80), daughter of Thomas Hanscom and Alice Rogers, circa 1719 at Scarboro, Maine.251 He was buried 6 Feb 1765 at Scarboro, Maine.343
The family moved to The Bay Lands, Eliot, New Hampshire, in 1699.343 He resided in 1731 at Scottaw's Hill, Scarboro, Maine.343 His house in Eliot was a garrison during Indian wars.343

Children of David7 Libby and Esther Hanscom (see #80) were:

80. ESTHER7 HANSCOM (Thomas, #126)342 was born circa 1690.251 She married David Libby (see #79), son of David Libby and Eleanor (--?--), circa 1719 at Scarboro, Maine.251 She died in Mar 1761 at Scarboro, Maine.343
She was also known as Hester Hanscom.344


81. SAMUEL7 HARMON (John, #120);335 Samuel Harmon purchased several large tracts of land at Scottaway Hill in Scarboro, Me., built a mill on the river there, known as Harmon's Mill, and settled at the place in 1728. He became a comfortable land owner, a representative man of the section and resided there until his death, which occurred about 1777. In 1728 he was appointed one of a committee to seek a minister for the town, which had no minister up to this time. (Harmon Genealogy) was born on 15 Jun 1686 at Wells, Maine.336 He married Mercy Stimson (see #78), daughter of George Simpson and Alice Phillips, on 19 Mar 1707 at Wells, Maine.337 He died before 1743 at Scarboro, Maine.250 He died circa 1777 at Wells, Maine.338
He was mill owner in 1728 at Scottaway Hill, Scarboro, Maine.339

Children of Samuel7 Harmon and Mercy Stimson (see #78) were as follows:

82. MERCY7 STIMSON (George Simpson, #122)340 was born on 11 Mar 1683 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.341 She was born on 11 Mar 1686 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.338 She married Samuel Harmon (see #77), son of John Harmon and Sarah Roberts, on 19 Mar 1707 at Wells, Maine.337
She was also known as Mercy Simpson.104 She was a farmer in 1716 at Ogunquit, Maine.341


83. SAMUEL7 SMALL JR. (Samuel, #132)345 was born on 17 Apr 1700 at Kittery, Maine.346 He was baptized on 27 May 1708 at Kittery, Maine.347 He married Anna Hatch (see #84), daughter of Capt. John Hatch and Sarah (--?--), on 17 Jan 1716 at Kittery, Maine.348 He died in 1775 at Kittery, Maine.347
Anna Hatch conveyed all property toSamuel Small Jr. and grandsons for life support at Scarboro, Maine, in 1769.349 He was prominent in town affairs, serving as a deacon in the church, participating in the construction of block houses for defense from Indians, apportioning land and his home was used to assemble Minute Men who responded to the Lexington Alarm in 1775 at Kittery, Maine.347

Children of Samuel7 Small Jr. and Anna Hatch (see #84) were as follows:

84. ANNA7 HATCH (John, #134)352 was born circa 1700 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.353 She married Samuel Small Jr. (see #83), son of Samuel Small and Elizabeth Heard, on 17 Jan 1716 at Kittery, Maine.348
Anna Hatch conveyed all property toSamuel Small Jr. and grandsons for life support at Scarboro, Maine, in 1769.349


Generation Eight



85. THOMAS8 THOMES354 was born circa 1670.354 He married Elizabeth Doughty circa 1700.354


86. JEDEDIAH8 LOMBARD JR. (Jedediah, #136)355 was born on 25 Dec 1669 at Truro, Massachusetts.356 He married Hannah Lewes (see #87), daughter of Lt. James Lewis and Sarah Lane, on 8 Nov 1699 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.357 He died on 12 Sep 1739 at Truro, Massachusetts, at age 69.
He was also known as Jedediah Lumbart.358

Children of Jedediah8 Lombard Jr. and Hannah Lewes (see #87) were:

87. HANNAH8 LEWES (James Lewis, #138)359 was born in 1674 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.360 She married Jedediah Lombard Jr. (see #86), son of Jedediah Lombard and Hannah Wing, on 8 Nov 1699 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.357 She died on 25 Apr 1734 at Truro, Massachusetts.193
She was also known as Hannah Lewis.260


88. DEA. HEZEKIAH8 PURINGTON (John Purrington, #140)361 was born in 1635 at York Co., Maine.362 He was born in 1660.363 He married Mary Scammon (see #89), daughter of Humphrey Scammon and Elizabeth Jordan, circa 1703 at Truro, Massachusetts.266 He died on 8 Jan 1717/18 at Truro, Massachusetts.266
He and Mary Scammon had 9 children.266 He was a shoemaker, a farmer, a fisherman and he owned cattle.266 He was in military service in 1696 in Wells, Maine, a soldier from Salisbury during King William's War (The War of the League of Augsburg).266

Children of Dea. Hezekiah8 Purington and Mary Scammon (see #89) were:

89. MARY8 SCAMMON (Humphrey, #142)364 was born in 1682.266 She married Dea. Hezekiah Purington (see #88), son of John Purrington and Mary Barton, circa 1703 at Truro, Massachusetts.266 She married Jonathan Paine on 29 Jun 1719 at Truro, Massachusetts.266 She died on 17 May 1760 at Truro, Massachusetts.266
She was also known as Seammon.365 Her married name was Purrington. She and Dea. Hezekiah Purington had 9 children.266


90. JAMES8 GRANT (Peter, #144)269 was born on 23 Mar 1671 at Kittery, Maine.366 He married Mary Nason (see #91), daughter of Jonathan Nason and Sarah Jenkins, on 6 Oct 1693 at Kittery, Maine, 1st wife.367 He married Rachel Stone before 1709 at Kittery, Maine.188 He died circa 3 Nov 1735 at Kittery, Maine.368

Children of James8 Grant and Mary Nason (see #91) all born at Kittery, Maine, were as follows:

91. MARY8 NASON (Jonathan, #146)370 was born circa 1675 at Kittery, Maine.193 She married James Grant (see #90), son of Peter Grant and Joan (--?--), on 6 Oct 1693 at Kittery, Maine, 1st wife.367


92. NATHANIEL8 HALL (John, #148)371 was born in 1666.372 He married Elizabeth Cutter (see #93), daughter of Richard Cutter, on 16 Apr 1690 at Charlestown, Massachusetts.373 He died on 14 Apr 1725.372

Children of Nathaniel8 Hall and Elizabeth Cutter (see #93) were as follows:

93. ELIZABETH8 CUTTER (Richard, #150)375 was born in 1667.373 She married Nathaniel Hall (see #92), son of John Hall and Elizabeth Green, on 16 Apr 1690 at Charlestown, Massachusetts.373 She died on 17 Nov 1742 at Medford.373


94. SAMUEL8 RICHARDSON (Samuel, #151)376 was born on 22 Apr 1646 at Woburn, Massachusetts.377 He married Martha (--?--) in 1669 at Woburn, Massachusetts.378 He married Hannah Kinglsey, daughter of Samuel Kinglsey, on 30 Sep 1674 at Woburn, Massachusetts.378 He married Phebe Baldwin, daughter of Henry Baldwin, on 7 Nov 1676 at Woburn, Massachusetts.378 He married Sarah Hayward (see #95) on 8 Sep 1680 at Woburn, Massachusetts.379 He died on 29 Apr 1712 at Woburn, Massachusetts, at age 66.380
He was married four times.378

Children of Samuel8 Richardson and Sarah Hayward (see #95) all born at Woburn, Massachusetts, were as follows:

95. SARAH8 HAYWARD277 was born circa 1670.282 She married Samuel Richardson (see #94), son of Samuel Richardson and Joanna Thake, on 8 Sep 1680 at Woburn, Massachusetts.379 She died on 14 Oct 1717 at Woburn, Massachusetts.378


96. JONATHAN8 WARD (John, #153)382 was born on 22 Apr 1674 at Newton, Massachusetts.285 He married Abigail Hall (see #97) on 13 Dec 1700 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.383 He died on 16 Jul 1723 at Newton, Massachusetts, at age 49.285

Children of Jonathan8 Ward and Abigail Hall (see #97) were as follows:

97. ABIGAIL8 HALL285 was born circa 1680. She married Jonathan Ward (see #96), son of John Ward and Hannah Jackson, on 13 Dec 1700 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.383 She married John Woodward in 1732.385


98. ANDREW8 HALL290 was born in 1665.386 He married Susannah Capen (see #99), daughter of John Capen and Susanna Barsham, before 1691 at Newton, Massachusetts.387 He married Mary Bennett in 1737 at Newton, Massachusetts.291 He died in 1756 at Newton, Massachusetts.291 His will was proved in 1757 at Newton, Massachusetts.291
He was a weaver.388 He and Susannah Capen moved in 1695 to Newton, Massachusetts.388 He acquired 43 acres for 22 at Newton, Massachusetts, in 1705.388

Children of Andrew8 Hall and Susannah Capen (see #99) were as follows:

99. SUSANNAH8 CAPEN (John, #155)390 was born on 16 Sep 1664 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.391 She married Andrew Hall (see #98) before 1691 at Newton, Massachusetts.387 She died on 17 Jul 1736 at age 71.392
She was also known as Susan Capen.393 She and Andrew Hall moved in 1695 to Newton, Massachusetts.388


100. SAMUEL8 MILLER (Joseph, #157)394 was born on 24 Sep 1678 at Newton, Massachusetts.395 He married Elizabeth Childs (see #101) on 11 Nov 1708 at Newton, Massachusetts.396 He died on 9 Sep 1759 at Worchester, Massachusetts, at age 80.397
He was appointed Surveyor of Highways at Newton, Massachusetts, in 1717.398 Offered room in his house to town for a school.399 Donated land for a school house.399 He and Elizabeth Childs resided circa 1730 at West Newton, Newton, Massachusetts.207 He was elected Constable and Selectman in 1731.398 He was elected Selectman in 1743 at Newton, Massachusetts.399

Children of Samuel8 Miller and Elizabeth Childs (see #101) all born at Newton, Massachusetts, were as follows:

101. ELIZABETH8 CHILDS285 was born circa 1680. She married Samuel Miller (see #100), son of Joseph Miller and Mary Williams, on 11 Nov 1708 at Newton, Massachusetts.396
She and Samuel Miller resided circa 1730 at West Newton, Newton, Massachusetts.207


102. JOSEPH8 KIMBALL (John, #159)401 was born on 24 Jan 1675 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.402 He married Sarah Warner (see #103) after 26 Sep 1699 at Ipswich, Massachusetts, before 26 dec 1699.403 He died in 1761 at Massachusetts.302 His will was proved on 14 Dec 1761 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.404
Joseph Kimball acquired the southern end of a farm bounding on the common from John Kimball at Ipswich, Massachusetts, on 29 Apr 1696.404

Children of Joseph8 Kimball and Sarah Warner (see #103) all born at Ipswich, Massachusetts, were as follows:

103. SARAH8 WARNER408 was born in 1678.408 She married Joseph Kimball (see #102), son of John Kimball and Mary Bradstreet, after 26 Sep 1699 at Ipswich, Massachusetts, before 26 dec 1699.403


104. JOHN8 ELDEN307 was born circa 1700.307 He married Martha Knight (see #105), daughter of Nathan Knight, before 1730.307

Children of John8 Elden and Martha Knight (see #105) were:

105. MARTHA8 KNIGHT (Nathan, #161)409 was born circa 1720.307 She married John Elden (see #104) before 1730.307


106. JAMES8 SANDS JR. (James, #162)410 was born circa 1690.314 He married Emma Jepson (see #107), daughter of Thomas Jepson and Hannah (--?--), on 27 Oct 1714 at Boston by Rev. Cotton Mather.411 He died in 1745 at Biddeford.412
He was also known as James Saends.314 He was a cordwainer at Biddeford.412

Children of James8 Sands Jr. and Emma Jepson (see #107) were as follows:

107. EMMA8 JEPSON (Thomas, #164)415 was born on 9 Feb 1695/96 at Boston, Massachusetts.414 She was baptized on 10 Aug 1701 at First Church, Boston, Massachusetts.414 She married James Sands Jr. (see #106), son of James Sands and Patience Gibbins, on 27 Oct 1714 at Boston by Rev. Cotton Mather.411
Her married name was Saends.


108. JONATHAN8 COLE (Joseph, #166)416 married Hannah Hilton (see #109), daughter of William Hilton, circa 1707 at York, Maine.318
He was also known as Serg. John Cole.319 He was a fisherman in 1707 at York.319 He was in military service on 21 Sep 1707 in the Winter Harbor Fight during Queen Anne's War (1702-1713) with the French.319

Children of Jonathan8 Cole and Hannah Hilton (see #109) all born at York, Maine, were as follows:

109. HANNAH8 HILTON (William, #167).418 Hannah Hilton married second Mark Shepard.319 She married Jonathan Cole (see #108), son of Joseph Cole, circa 1707 at York, Maine.318


110. SAMUEL8 STURGIS JR. (Samuel, #168)144 was born circa 1669.127 He married Mary Otis (see #111) on 14 Oct 1697 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.419

Children of Samuel8 Sturgis Jr. and Mary Otis (see #111) all born at Barnstable, Massachusetts, were as follows:

111. MARY8 OTIS421 was born circa 1670.421 She married first John Otis circa 1692 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.421 She married Samuel Sturgis Jr. (see #110), son of Samuel Sturgis and Mary Hedge, on 14 Oct 1697 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.419
She was also known as Mrs. Mary Oris.127 She was also known as Mary Ivet.422


112. THOMAS8 COBB (Samuel, #170)423 was born on 1 Jun 1683.127 He married Rachel Stone (see #113), daughter of Matthew Stone and Rachel Pond, on 1 Jan 1710.127 He died on 1 Oct 1742 at Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 59.127

Children of Thomas8 Cobb and Rachel Stone (see #113) were:

113. RACHEL8 STONE (Matthew, #172)144 was born in 1686.127 She married Thomas Cobb (see #112), son of Samuel Cobb and Elizabeth Taylor, on 1 Jan 1710.127 She died on 25 Jan 1746.127


114. JAMES8 GORHAM (John, #174)424 was born on 28 Apr 1650 at Marshfield, Massachusetts.127 He married Hannah Huckins (see #115), daughter of Thomas Huckins and Mrs. Rose Hillier, on 24 Feb 1673/74 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.425 He died in Nov 1707 at Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 57.127
He was in the tannery business at Marshfield, Massachusetts, between 1676 and 1700.426 He ranked first in the town in wealth.

Children of James8 Gorham and Hannah Huckins (see #115) all born at Barnstable, Massachusetts, were as follows:

115. HANNAH8 HUCKINS (Thomas, #176)429 was born on 14 Oct 1653 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.127 She was baptized on 16 Oct 1653 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.430 She married James Gorham (see #114), son of Capt. John Gorham and Desire Howland, on 24 Feb 1673/74 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.425 She died on 13 Feb 1728/29 at Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 75.127


116. JOSEPH8 HOWES (John Hawes, #178)431 was born on 16 Jul 1673 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.432 He married Mary Howes (see #117), daughter of Jeremiah Howes and Sarah Prence, circa 1695 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.433 The marriage intentions of he and Bethia Hall were were announced on 19 Mar 1729/30 at Harwich, Massachusetts.434 He married Sarah Howes on 3 Jul 1746 at Harwich, Massachusetts.434 He died on 16 Nov 1752 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts, at age 79.434
He was also known as Joseph Hawes. He was elected town clerk, treasurer, and representative to the legislature.434

Children of Joseph8 Howes and Mary Howes (see #117) were as follows:

117. MARY8 HOWES (Jeremiah, #180)439 was born circa 1672 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.434 She married Joseph Howes (see #116), son of Capt. John Hawes and Desire Gorham, circa 1695 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.433 She died on 10 Jan 1728/29 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.434


118. LT. JOSHUA8 BRACKETT (Thomas, #182)440 was born circa 1666 at Falmouth, Maine.441 He married Mary Weeks (see #119), daughter of Leonard Weeks and Mary Haines, before 1700 at Greenland, New Hampshire.442 He died on 19 Jun 1749 at Greenland, New Hampshire.443
Thomas Brackett was murdered in an Indian attack on 11 Aug 1676 at Falmouth during King Phillip's War and the rest of the family was captured. They were held by the Indians under severe conditions and released the following year.444 He enlisted in the Militia, Falmouth, in 1688 during an Indian war.441 He was in military service in 1696 in the militia, Oyster River (Durham), New Hampshire, during an Indian war.441 He was the "Coast Trade" and a lumber mill operator between 1700 and 1730.441 He was a member of the Church of Greenland, New Hampshire, in 1712.333

Children of Lt. Joshua8 Brackett and Mary Weeks (see #119) were as follows:

119. MARY8 WEEKS (Leonard, #184)450 was born on 19 Jul 1676 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.451 She married Lt. Joshua Brackett (see #118), son of Thomas Brackett and Mary Mitton, before 1700 at Greenland, New Hampshire.442
She was a witness to the fact that Elizabeth Cleve and Thomas Brackett were living in 1671 at Greenland, New Hampshire.452


120. JOHN8 HARMON (James, #186)453 was born circa 1659.454 He married Sarah Roberts (see #121), daughter of William Roberts, in 1679 at Oyster River (now Durham), New Hampshire.455 He died in 1742.456
He was employed at Kittery, Maine, as servant to John Symonds in 1667.338 He enlisted in the militia in 1675 during King Phillip's War, John Harmon's name appears in a list of Hampton and Salisbury soldiers at Black Point Garrison, Oct. 12, 1676, under command of Lieut. Tippen or Tappan. This was after the Narragansett fort fight in which he took part on Dec. 19, 1675. It is said that during a parley with the Indians, who appeared at the garrison 100 strong, the inhabitants took the opportunity to escape to the westward towns of Wells, Portsmouth, etc. John Harmon settled in Wells to which place he probably escaped with the other inhabitants of Black Point. In this attack the Indian chief, Mugg, or Mog Hegon, was killed by Lieut. Tippen, who was sent from Boston with a company of soldiers.337 On 19 Dec 1675 in The Battle of Narragansett Swamp, RI, John Harmon Battle with King Philip's warriors.457 He was discharged from military service in Wells, Maine, on 30 Oct 1677 and received a grant of land for his service.458 He was a lumberman for the Curwen Family in 1679 at Oyster River, New Hampshire.459 He was a member of the First Congregational Church, Scarboro, Maine, in 1726 and was one of its first organizers.336

Children of John8 Harmon and Sarah Roberts (see #121) were as follows:

121. SARAH8 ROBERTS (William, #188)461 was born circa 1650.104 She married John Harmon (see #120), son of James Harmon and Sarah Clark, in 1679 at Oyster River (now Durham), New Hampshire.455


122. GEORGE8 SIMPSON338 was born circa 1630.338 He married Alice Phillips (see #123) on 22 Jul 1676 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.462

Children of George8 Simpson and Alice Phillips (see #123) were:

123. ALICE8 PHILLIPS462 was born circa 1640.462 She married George Simpson (see #122) on 22 Jul 1676 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.462


124. DAVID8 LIBBY (John, #189)463 was born in 1657 at Scarboro, Maine.464 He married Eleanor (--?--) (see #125) before 1690 at Scarboro, Maine.251 He was buried in Libby Hill, Eliot, New Hampshire.343
He had 9 children.343 He was living in 1676 at Scarborough, Maine.465 He resided in 1689 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.343 He moved in 1699 to The Bay Lands, Eliot, New Hampshire.343

Children of David8 Libby and Eleanor (--?--) (see #125) were:

125. ELEANOR8 (--?--)466 was born circa 1660.251 She married David Libby (see #124), son of John Libby, before 1690 at Scarboro, Maine.251


126. THOMAS8 HANSCOM (Thomas, #190)467 was born on 17 Oct 1666 at Kittery, Massachusetts.344 He married Alice Rogers (see #127), daughter of Richard Rogers and Esther (--?--), before 1721 at Kittery, Massachusetts.251

Children of Thomas8 Hanscom and Alice Rogers (see #127) were as follows:

127. ALICE8 ROGERS (Richard, #192)469 was born circa 1660 at Massachusetts.470 She married Thomas Hanscom (see #126), son of Thomas Hanscom and Ann (--?--), before 1721 at Kittery, Massachusetts.251


128. JOHN8 HARMON (James, #186)453 was born circa 1659.454 He married Sarah Roberts (see #121), daughter of William Roberts, in 1679 at Oyster River (now Durham), New Hampshire.455 He died in 1742.456
He was employed at Kittery, Maine, as servant to John Symonds in 1667.338 He enlisted in the militia in 1675 during King Phillip's War, John Harmon's name appears in a list of Hampton and Salisbury soldiers at Black Point Garrison, Oct. 12, 1676, under command of Lieut. Tippen or Tappan. This was after the Narragansett fort fight in which he took part on Dec. 19, 1675. It is said that during a parley with the Indians, who appeared at the garrison 100 strong, the inhabitants took the opportunity to escape to the westward towns of Wells, Portsmouth, etc. John Harmon settled in Wells to which place he probably escaped with the other inhabitants of Black Point. In this attack the Indian chief, Mugg, or Mog Hegon, was killed by Lieut. Tippen, who was sent from Boston with a company of soldiers.337 On 19 Dec 1675 in The Battle of Narragansett Swamp, RI, John Harmon Battle with King Philip's warriors.457 He was discharged from military service in Wells, Maine, on 30 Oct 1677 and received a grant of land for his service.458 He was a lumberman for the Curwen Family in 1679 at Oyster River, New Hampshire.459 He was a member of the First Congregational Church, Scarboro, Maine, in 1726 and was one of its first organizers.336

Children of John8 Harmon and Sarah Roberts (see #121) were as follows:

129. SARAH8 ROBERTS (William, #188)461 was born circa 1650.104 She married John Harmon (see #120), son of James Harmon and Sarah Clark, in 1679 at Oyster River (now Durham), New Hampshire.455


130. GEORGE8 SIMPSON338 was born circa 1630.338 He married Alice Phillips (see #123) on 22 Jul 1676 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.462

Children of George8 Simpson and Alice Phillips (see #123) were:

131. ALICE8 PHILLIPS462 was born circa 1640.462 She married George Simpson (see #122) on 22 Jul 1676 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.462


132. SAMUEL8 SMALL (Francis, #197)471 was born between 1664 and 1667 at Falmouth, Maine.347 He married Elizabeth Heard (see #133), daughter of James Heard and Shuah Conley, circa 1694 at Kittery, Maine.472 He died after 1728.473

Children of Samuel8 Small and Elizabeth Heard (see #133) all born at Kittery, Maine, were as follows:

133. ELIZABETH8 HEARD (James, #199)475 was born circa 1660 at Kittery, Maine.476 She married James Chadbourne before 1680 at Kittery, Maine.472 She married Samuel Small (see #132), son of Francis Small and Elizabeth Leighton, circa 1694 at Kittery, Maine.472


134. CAPT. JOHN8 HATCH477 was born circa 1650 at Island of Jersey.353 He married Sarah (--?--) (see #135) before 1693.353 He died in 1701 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.353
He immigrated to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, before 1684.353 He was First Officer on the Success and on the gun ketch America in 1684.348 He and his wife were prominent residents of the town, rating front seats in the meeting house.353

Children of Capt. John8 Hatch and Sarah (--?--) (see #135) were:

135. SARAH8 (--?--)353 married Capt. John Hatch (see #134) before 1693.353 She died before 19 Jan 1712/13 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.353


Generation Nine



136. JEDEDIAH9 LOMBARD (Thomas, #201)478 was born on 20 Sep 1640 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.479 He was baptized on 19 Sep 1641 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.356 He married Hannah Wing (see #137), daughter of Daniel Wing and Hannah Swift, on 20 May 1668 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.480
He was mentioned in the will of Thomas Lombard on 8 Feb 1664 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.481 He was a Proprietor at Barnstable, Massachusetts.482 He was admitted as a Freeman on 6 Jun 1682 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.483

Children of Jedediah9 Lombard and Hannah Wing (see #137) all born at Truro, Massachusetts, were as follows:

137. HANNAH9 WING (Daniel, #203)485 was born on 28 Jul 1642 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.486 She married Jedediah Lombard (see #136), son of Thomas Lombard and Joyce Lombard, on 20 May 1668 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.480 She died circa 1682.482


138. LT. JAMES9 LEWIS (George, #205)487 was born on 25 Mar 1632 at East Greenwich, County Kent, England.193 He married Sarah Lane (see #139), daughter of George Lane and Sarah Harris, on 31 Oct 1655 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.488 He died on 14 Oct 1713 at Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 81.193

Children of Lt. James9 Lewis and Sarah Lane (see #139) were:

139. SARAH9 LANE (George, #207)489 was born in Mar 1637/38 at Hingham, Massachusetts.193 She married Lt. James Lewis (see #138), son of George Lewis and Sarah Jenkins, on 31 Oct 1655 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.488 She died on 17 Mar 1697/98 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.193


140. JOHN9 PURRINGTON (George Puddington, #209)490 was born in 1635 at York Co., Maine.491 He married Mary Barton (see #141), daughter of Edward Barton, on 6 Mar 1657.491 He died in 1692 at Salisbury, Massachusetts.491
In 1658 he located in what is now Harpswell, ME on the peninsula called Merriconesq Neck. He and Nicholas Cole were partners in a fishing boat. In 1666 he was in Cape Porpoise and mortgaged the boat and land, but two years later lost them when he was unable to pay off the loan. He was prosecuted in 1671 for multiplying oaths and swearing "by God's Wounds.".492 He resided in 1666 at Cape Porpus, Maine.266 He was appointed town clerk at Cape Porpus between 1679 and 1689.266

Children of John9 Purrington and Mary Barton (see #141) were as follows:

141. MARY9 BARTON (Edward, #211)494 was born circa 1635. She married John Purrington (see #140), son of George Puddington and Mary Pooke, on 6 Mar 1657.491


142. HUMPHREY9 SCAMMON266 was born circa 1650. He married Elizabeth Jordan (see #143) circa 1676 at Kittery, Maine.495
He was also known as Scamman and Scammond.495

Children of Humphrey9 Scammon and Elizabeth Jordan (see #143) were as follows:

143. ELIZABETH9 JORDAN495 married Humphrey Scammon (see #142) circa 1676 at Kittery, Maine.495


144. PETER9 GRANT188 was born circa 1631 at Scotland.497 He married Joan (--?--) (see #145) on 28 Nov 1664 at Dover, New Hampshire, under an order from the court since she was 'big with child.270' He died in 1711/12 at Berwick, Maine.193 His estate was appraised in 1721.188
He was ordered by a court in Dover, NH, to go home to his wife in Maine on 2 Jul 1661.270 He made a will in 1709 at Kittery, Maine.188

Children of Peter9 Grant and Joan (--?--) (see #145) were as follows:

145. JOAN9 (--?--)270 was born circa 1631.193 She married James Grant before 1657.270 She married Peter Grant (see #144) on 28 Nov 1664 at Dover, New Hampshire, under an order from the court since she was 'big with child.270'
She was also known as Joanna Ingersoll.193


146. JONATHAN9 NASON (Richard, #212)501 was born after 1645 at Kittery, Maine.502 He married Sarah Jenkins (see #147), daughter of Reynold Jenkins and Ann (--?--), before 1675 at Kittery, Maine.503 He died in 1691 at Kittery, Maine, probably by accident.504
He was appointed Constable in 1682.505

Children of Jonathan9 Nason and Sarah Jenkins (see #147) all born at Kittery, Maine, were as follows:

147. SARAH9 JENKINS (Reynold, #214)507 was born circa 1650 at Eliot, Maine.508 She married Jonathan Nason (see #146), son of Richard Nason and Sarah Baker, before 1675 at Kittery, Maine.503


148. JOHN9 HALL (Mary, #216)509 was born in 1627.510 He married Elizabeth Green (see #149), daughter of Percival Green, in 1656 at Medford.510 He died on 18 Oct 1701 at Medford, Massachusetts.510

Children of John9 Hall and Elizabeth Green (see #149) were as follows:

149. ELIZABETH9 GREEN (Percival, #217)509 was born in Apr 1639 at Cambridge.512 She married John Hall (see #148), son of Mary Hall, in 1656 at Medford.510 She died on 4 Feb 1713/14 at Medford, Massachusetts, at age 74.510


150. RICHARD9 CUTTER (Elizabeth (?), #218)513 was born in 1624.514 He married Elizabeth (--?--).514 He married Frances Perriman on 14 Feb 1662/63 at Charlestown.514 He died on 16 Jun 1693 at Charlestown.514
He was a cooper.514

Children of Richard9 Cutter include:

151. SAMUEL9 RICHARDSON (Thomas, #219)515 was baptized on 22 Dec 1602 at Westmill, Hertfordshire, England.516 He married Joanna Thake (see #152) before 1638 at Charlestown, Ma.517 He died in 1658 at Woburn, Massachusetts.282
He was admitted as a Freeman on 2 May 1638 at Charlestown, Massachusetts, and removed to Woburn.378

Children of Samuel9 Richardson and Joanna Thake (see #152) were as follows:

152. JOANNA9 THAKE393 was born circa 1600 at England.282 She married Samuel Richardson (see #151), son of Thomas Richardson and Katherine Duxford, before 1638 at Charlestown, Ma.517 She died after 20 Jun 1666 at Woburn, Massachusetts.380
She was also known as Joanna Ohake.393 She made a will on 10 Jun 1666 at Woburn, Massachusetts.519


153. JOHN9 WARD (William, #221)520 was born on 21 Dec 1626 at Sudbury, England.521 He married Hannah Jackson (see #154), daughter of Edward Jackson and Frances (--?--), circa 1650 at Newton, Massachusetts.522 He died on 2 Jul 1708 at Newton, Massachusetts, at age 81.523
He immigrated with William Ward and Elizabeth Hall to Sudbury, Massachusetts, in 1639.524 Upon his marriage he settled in Newton, the home of his wife's parents. He built a house in the southeasterly part of the village, upon a tract of forty-five acres belonging to his father-in-law. This was subsequently deeded to him by the latter. He had learned the trade of turner and combined its practice with farming, in time increasing his holdings to several hundred acres. He was also a deacon of its first church.525 He was elected Selectman on 27 Aug 1679 at Newton, Massachusetts.282 He was elected Representative to General Court at Boston, Massachusetts, between 1689 and 1698.282

Children of John9 Ward and Hannah Jackson (see #154) all born at Newton, Massachusetts, were as follows:

154. HANNAH9 JACKSON (Edward, #223)527 was born on 1 May 1634 at Whitechapel, London, England.528 She was baptized on 1 May 1634.529 She married John Ward (see #153), son of William Ward and Elizabeth Phillipus, circa 1650 at Newton, Massachusetts.522 She died on 21 Apr 1704 at Newton, Massachusetts, at age 69.530
(an unknown value).


155. JOHN9 CAPEN (John, #225)531 was born on 21 Oct 1639 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.532 He married Susanna Barsham (see #156), daughter of William Barsham and Annabella (--?--), on 19 Nov 1662 at Watertown, Massachusetts.533
He was admitted as a Freeman in 1666 at Watertown, Massachusetts.532

Children of John9 Capen and Susanna Barsham (see #156) were as follows:

156. SUSANNA9 BARSHAM (William, #227)536 was born on 28 Jan 1642 at Watertown, Massachusetts.537 She married John Capen (see #155), son of John Capen and Redigon Clap, on 19 Nov 1662 at Watertown, Massachusetts.533


157. JOSEPH9 MILLER207 was born circa 1650. He married Mary Williams (see #158), daughter of Walter Pope, circa 1674 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.538 He died in 1697 at Newton, Massachusetts.539
He signed the Secession Petition in Newton in 1678.399 He was admitted as a Freeman in 1685.538 He and Mary Williams resided before 1697 at Auburndale, Newton, Massachusetts.207

Children of Joseph9 Miller and Mary Williams (see #158) were as follows:

158. MARY9 WILLIAMS (Walter Pope, #229)544 was born circa 1655. She married Joseph Miller (see #157) circa 1674 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.538 She died in 1711 at Newton, Massachusetts.544
She was also known as Mary Pope.538 She and Joseph Miller resided before 1697 at Auburndale, Newton, Massachusetts.207


159. JOHN9 KIMBALL (Richard, #230)545 was born in 1631 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.546 He married Mary Bradstreet (see #160), daughter of Humphrey Bradstreet and Bridget (--?--), in 1655 at Massachusetts.547 (Note: he did not marry Mary Jordan on 8 Oct 1666 at Ipswich, Massachusetts, as is sometimes reported).548 He died on 6 May 1698 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.546
He was a wheelwright and a farmer.549 He was mentioned in the will of Richard Kimball on 28 Sep 1675 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.550 Joseph Kimball acquired the southern end of a farm bounding on the common from John Kimball at Ipswich, Massachusetts, on 29 Apr 1696.404

Children of John9 Kimball and Mary Bradstreet (see #160) were as follows:

160. MARY9 BRADSTREET (Humphrey, #232)559 was born in 1633 at England.560 She married John Kimball (see #159), son of Richard Kimball and Ursula Scott, in 1655 at Massachusetts.547
She immigrated with Humphrey Bradstreet and Bridget (--?--) to Ipswich, Massachusetts, in 1634.561


161. NATHAN9 KNIGHT (George, #234)562 was born circa 1667.563 He married Mary Westbrook, daughter of John Westbrook and Alice Cate, before Mar 1693 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.447 He was buried.447
He was apprenticed by his mother and step father to Samuel Whidden of Portsmouth, mason for twelve years, five months on 25 Nov 1676.447 He was owner of the Black Point Ferry in 1720 at Scarboro, Maine.447 He was in military service between 1723 and 1725 in Black Point Garrison as Sergeant Commanding.447

Children of Nathan9 Knight include:

162. JAMES9 SANDS564 married Patience Gibbins (see #163), daughter of Lieut. James Gibbins and Dorcas Seeley.565

Children of James9 Sands and Patience Gibbins (see #163) were as follows:

163. PATIENCE9 GIBBINS (James, #236)567 married James Sands (see #162).565


164. THOMAS9 JEPSON (John, #238)568 was born on 5 Nov 1663 at Boston, Massachusetts.414 He married Hannah (--?--) (see #165) circa 1690 at Boston, Massachusetts.414 He married Elizabeth Gridley on 12 Nov 1708 at Boston.414
He was a tailor.414 He resided in 1698 at a brick shop on the Town Dock, Boston.414 As of 1716, his address was: Providence or Cook's Street, Boston.414

Children of Thomas9 Jepson and Hannah (--?--) (see #165) were as follows:

165. HANNAH9 (--?--)414 married Thomas Jepson (see #164), son of John Jepson and Emm (--?--), circa 1690 at Boston, Massachusetts.414 She died on 6 Jan 1702/3 at Boston, Massachusetts.414


166. JOSEPH9 COLE319 was born circa 1650.319
Living in Cape Porpus (?) and York 1670-1680. In 1673 he was absent from church meeting and in 1674 he and three others were found guilty of traveling from York on a Sunday.319

Children of Joseph9 Cole include:

167. WILLIAM9 HILTON (William, #240)569 was born in 1654 at York, Maine.570 He married Anne Parsons, daughter of John Parsons.570
He was in military service in Nov 1677 in King Phillip's War.570

Children of William9 Hilton include:

168. SAMUEL9 STURGIS (Edward, #242)144 was born in 1638 at MA.571 He married Mary Hedge (see #169), daughter of Capt. William Hedge and Blanche Hull, circa 1667.572 He died on 4 Nov 1674.127

Children of Samuel9 Sturgis and Mary Hedge (see #169) were:

169. MARY9 HEDGE (William, #244)573 was born in 1648.127 She married Samuel Sturgis (see #168), son of Edward Sturgis and Elizabeth (--?--), circa 1667.572


170. SAMUEL9 COBB (Henry, #246)144 was born on 12 Oct 1654.127 He married Elizabeth Taylor (see #171), daughter of Richard Taylor and Ruth Wheldon, on 20 Dec 1680 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.574 He died on 7 Sep 1727 at age 72.127
He was also known as Samuel Cob.574

Children of Samuel9 Cobb and Elizabeth Taylor (see #171) were as follows:

171. ELIZABETH9 TAYLOR (Richard, #248)144 was born circa 1660. She married Samuel Cobb (see #170), son of Henry Cobb and Sarah Hinckley, on 20 Dec 1680 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.574 She died on 4 May 1721.127


172. MATTHEW9 STONE (Simon, #250)144 was born on 15 Feb 1659/60.127 He married Rachel Pond (see #173), daughter of Daniel Pond and Abigail Shepard, on 16 Jul 1681 at Dedham, Massachusetts.576 He died on 12 Aug 1743 at age 83.127

Children of Matthew9 Stone and Rachel Pond (see #173) were:

173. RACHEL9 POND (Daniel, #252)577 was born in Sep 1658.127 She married Matthew Stone (see #172), son of Simon Stone and Mary Whipple, on 16 Jul 1681 at Dedham, Massachusetts.576 She died in 1695/96 at Dedham, Massachusetts.578


174. CAPT. JOHN9 GORHAM (Ralph, #254)579 was born in 1620/21 at Northamptonshsire, England.580 He was baptized on 28 Jan 1621 at Benefield, Northamptonshire, England.581 He married Desire Howland (see #175), daughter of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley, in 1643 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.582 He died on 1 Feb 1675/76 at Swansea, Massachusetts.583 He was buried in Swansea, Massachusetts.584
He and Ralph Gorham immigrated to Plymouth, Massachusetts, circa 1635 from England with their family.585 He was a tanner and currier of leather in winter, and a farmer in summer between 1646 and 1676 at Marshfield, Massachusetts.586 He was admitted as a Freeman on 4 Jun 1650 at Marshfield.586 He moved in 1652 to Yarmouth, Massachusetts.586 He enlisted in the Massachusetts Militia on 4 Oct 1675 during King Phillip's War and was elected Captain.586 On 19 Dec 1675 in The Battle of Narragansett Swamp, RI, Capt. John Gorham Battle with King Philip's warriors.457 He led his company in the Battle at Narragansett Swamp 19 Dec 1675 and was wounded "by having his powder horn Shot and Split against his side." The wound became infected and he died later of the fever.583 The Town of Gorham, Maine was named for him.587

Children of Capt. John9 Gorham and Desire Howland (see #175) were as follows:

175. DESIRE9 HOWLAND (John, #255)592 was born circa 1625 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.593 She married Capt. John Gorham (see #174), son of Ralph Gorham, in 1643 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.582 She died on 13 Oct 1683 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.594



First muster, Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1638

176. THOMAS9 HUCKINS430 was born in 1618 at England.430 He married Mary Wells in 1642 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.595 He married Mrs. Rose Hillier (see #177) on 3 Nov 1648 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.595 He died on 29 Nov 1679 at sea "cast away".430

He was in military service in 1637 in the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts, and bore its standard.595 Able to bear arms.596 He was a planter in 1643 at Barnstable.596 He was admitted as a Freeman on 3 Jun 1652 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.596

Children of Thomas9 Huckins and Mrs. Rose Hillier (see #177) all born at Barnstable, Massachusetts, were as follows:

177. MRS. ROSE9 HILLIER127 was born circa 1620. She married Hugh Hillier circa 1642.599 She married Thomas Huckins (see #176) on 3 Nov 1648 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.595 She died in 1687 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.595
She was also known as Widow Tillye.596


178. CAPT. JOHN9 HAWES (Edmund Howes, #257)600 was born between 1635 and 1640 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.601 He married Desire Gorham (see #179), daughter of Capt. John Gorham and Desire Howland, on 7 Oct 1661 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.602 He died on 11 Nov 1701 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.601
He was also known as John Howes.127 He was a cutler in 1661 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.601 He was mentioned in the will of Edmund Howes on 20 Jul 1693.603

Children of Capt. John9 Hawes and Desire Gorham (see #179) all born at Yarmouth, Massachusetts, were as follows:

179. DESIRE9 GORHAM (John, #174)605 was born on 2 Apr 1644 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.428 She married Capt. John Hawes (see #178), son of Edmund Howes, on 7 Oct 1661 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.602 She died on 30 Jun 1700 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts, at age 56.601
Her married name was Howes. She was a cutler.601


180. JEREMIAH9 HOWES (Thomas, #260)606 was born in 1637.607 He married Sarah Prence (see #181), daughter of Gov. Thomas Prence and Mary Collier, in 1668 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.608 He died on 9 Dec 1708 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.609 His will was proved on 14 Aug 1708 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.610
He was also known as Jeremy Howes.611 He was admitted as a Freeman in 1663 at Massachusetts.612

Children of Jeremiah9 Howes and Sarah Prence (see #181) were:

181. SARAH9 PRENCE (Thomas, #262)613 was born between 1643 and 1646 at Nauset (Eastham), Massachusetts.614 She married Jeremiah Howes (see #180), son of Thomas Howes and Mary (--?--), in 1668 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.608 She died on 3 Mar 1703/4 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.609 She died on 3 Mar 1706/7 at Yarmoth (now North Dennis), Massachusetts.615
She was also known as Sarah Hows.612


182. THOMAS9 BRACKETT (Anthony, #264)616 was born circa 1635 at Sandy Beach, Strawberry Bank (now Rye), New Hampshire.452 He married Mary Mitton (see #183), daughter of Michael Mitton and Elizabeth Cleve, circa 1660.617 He died on 11 Aug 1676 at Falmouth, Maine, killed by Indians, including one called Megunnaway, and his family was captured.444
Elizabeth Cleve agreed to living arrangements with Thomas Brackett in 1671 at Greenland, New Hampshire, in exchange for land.452 He was elected Selectman in 1672 at Falmouth, Maine.618

Children of Thomas9 Brackett and Mary Mitton (see #183) all born at Falmouth, Maine, were as follows:

183. MARY9 MITTON (Michael, #265)621 was born after 1638 at Falmouth, Maine.622 She married Thomas Brackett (see #182), son of Anthony Brackett, circa 1660.617 She died in 1677 at Maine.623
She was also known as Mary Milton.624 Thomas Brackett was murdered in an Indian attack on 11 Aug 1676 at Falmouth during King Phillip's War and the rest of the family was captured. They were held by the Indians under severe conditions and released the following year.444 She died while a captive of Indians.625


184. LEONARD9 WEEKS626 was born circa 1632.627 He was born in 1635 at England.626 He was baptized on 7 Aug 1639 at Compton-Martin, County Somerset, England.628 He married Mary Redman, daughter of John Redman.628 He married Elizabeth Haynes.629 He married Mary Haines (see #185), daughter of Samuel Haines, in 1667 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.626 He died in 1707 at Greenland, New Hampshire.626
He was employed at Greenland, New Hampshire, as servant for Capt. Champernowne circa 1646.628 He moved in Jan 1656 to Winnicut (now Portsmouth), New Hampshire, 8 acres.626 Was fined for swearing.626 He was elected Selectman in 1662 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.626 Stood for Massachusetts rather than for the Crown.629

Children of Leonard9 Weeks and Mary Haines (see #185) all born at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, were as follows:

185. MARY9 HAINES (Samuel, #267)631 was born circa 1635.626 She married Leonard Weeks (see #184) in 1667 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.626


186. JAMES9 HARMON632 was born circa 1630 at England.632 He married Sarah Clark (see #187), daughter of Edward Clark and Barbara (--?--), on 6 May 1658 at Saco, Maine, or 1659.633 He died before 1680 at Wells, Maine.632
He immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts, in Oct 1653 aboard Happy Entrance from England.632

Children of James9 Harmon and Sarah Clark (see #187) were as follows:

187. SARAH9 CLARK (Edward, #268)638 was born circa 1630.632 She married James Harmon (see #186) on 6 May 1658 at Saco, Maine, or 1659.633 She died after 1693.632


188. WILLIAM9 ROBERTS639 was born circa 1620.639 He died in 1675 at Oyster River, New Hampshire, killed by Indians.459
Research note: Many researchers citing the IGI, assert that William descended from Thomas Roberts and Rebecca Hilton, but this is not supported by NEHGS indices, Savage, Stearns or the Ryder Index. This compiler does not accept that conclusion.

Children of William9 Roberts include:

189. JOHN9 LIBBY251 was born circa 1602 at Wales (by early tradition).640 He died in 1682/83 at Scarborough, Maine.641
He immigrated to Richmond Island, Maine, on 30 Nov 1636 in the Hercules with the Plymouth Company from England.642 He moved on 13 Feb 1639/40 to Libby's common landing place, New Hampshire.642 He was appointed constable at Black Rock, Scarboro, Maine, in 1664.642 He was elected Selectman in 1676 at Scarboro, Maine.642 He made a will on 9 Feb 1683 at Scarborough, Maine.643

Children of John9 Libby include:

190. THOMAS9 HANSCOM344 was born circa 1623 at England.344 He married Ann (--?--) (see #191) on 16 May 1664 at Kittery, Maine.344
Thomas Hanscom was ordered not to live with Mary Beedle (wife of Rev. Steven Batchelder, an ancestor of Pebble May Fisk) in Jun 1654 at Kittery, Maine.344

Children of Thomas9 Hanscom and Ann (--?--) (see #191) were as follows:

191. ANN9 (--?--)344 was born circa 1640. She married Thomas Hanscom (see #190) on 16 May 1664 at Kittery, Maine.344 She died in 1670 at Kittery, Maine.344


192. RICHARD9 ROGERS (George, #270)648 was born circa 1643 at Kittery, Maine.647 Esther (--?--) the widow of "R.R." married Richard Rogers.647 He married Sarah Libby, daughter of John Libby, at Kittery, Maine.647
He was a ship's carpenter at Eliot (Kittery), Maine.647 He made a will on 11 Jan 1700 at Kittery, Maine.647

Children of Richard9 Rogers and Esther (--?--) (see #193) were as follows:

193. ESTHER9 (--?--)647 was born circa 1640. Esther (--?--) the widow of "R.R." married Richard Rogers, son of George Rogers.647
In court on a long list of offenders.647


194. JAMES9 HARMON632 was born circa 1630 at England.632 He married Sarah Clark (see #187), daughter of Edward Clark and Barbara (--?--), on 6 May 1658 at Saco, Maine, or 1659.633 He died before 1680 at Wells, Maine.632
He immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts, in Oct 1653 aboard Happy Entrance from England.632

Children of James9 Harmon and Sarah Clark (see #187) were as follows:

195. SARAH9 CLARK (Edward, #268)638 was born circa 1630.632 She married James Harmon (see #186) on 6 May 1658 at Saco, Maine, or 1659.633 She died after 1693.632


196. WILLIAM9 ROBERTS639 was born circa 1620.639 He died in 1675 at Oyster River, New Hampshire, killed by Indians.459
Research note: Many researchers citing the IGI, assert that William descended from Thomas Roberts and Rebecca Hilton, but this is not supported by NEHGS indices, Savage, Stearns or the Ryder Index. This compiler does not accept that conclusion.

Children of William9 Roberts include:

197. FRANCIS9 SMALL (Edward, #273)651 was baptized on 6 Oct 1625 at St. Mary's Parish, Bideford, County Devon, England.652 He married Elizabeth Leighton (see #198) circa 1652 in New England.653 He died after 1712 at Cape Cod, Massachusetts, he spent his last years in the home of his son Daniel.473
Francis Small (an unknown value).347 He and Edward Small immigrated to Maine circa 1634 with Fernando Gorgas, leaving a wife and four children in England.654 He resided between 1634 and 1690 at Dover, Casco Bay, Small's Island, Ossipee, Kittery, Sturgeon Creek.473 He was a planter, fisherman and noted Indian trader between 1648 and 1690.653 He and Elizabeth Leighton moved circa 1700 to Truro, Massachusetts, with son Daniel.347

Children of Francis9 Small and Elizabeth Leighton (see #198) were as follows:

198. ELIZABETH9 LEIGHTON655 was born circa 1634 at England.653 She married Francis Small (see #197), son of Edward Small, circa 1652 in New England.653 She died after 1712 at Cape Cod, Massachusetts.473
She and Francis Small moved circa 1700 to Truro, Massachusetts, with son Daniel.347


199. JAMES9 HEARD (John, #274)657 was born before 1626 at England.658 He married Shuah Conley (see #200), daughter of Abraham Conley, circa 1660 at Kittery, Maine.472 He died before Nov 1676 at Kittery, Maine.659
He and John Heard immigrated to Piscataqua (now Kittery), Maine, circa 1634 from England.660 He was elected Town Clerk and Selectman, but was removed from both because he was a Quaker between 1657 and 1662 at Kittery.661 He was in military service on 4 Jul 1659 in Kittery as an Ensign.476 On 7 July 1663 he and his family were charged with "absenting themselves from the publique meeting... & for Intertyaing quakers," for which they were all fined 3:10.476

Children of James9 Heard and Shuah Conley (see #200) all born at Kittery, Maine, were as follows:

200. SHUAH9 CONLEY (Abraham, #276)663 was born circa 1620. She married James Heard (see #199), son of John Heard and Isabel (--?--), circa 1660 at Kittery, Maine.472 She married Richard Otis circa 28 Nov 1676 at Kittery, Maine.659
She was also known as Shuah Starbuck.659


Generation Ten



201. THOMAS10 LOMBARD (Thomas Lumbert, #277);664 Also Lumbert, Lombart, Lumbart was baptized on 2 Feb 1581 at Thorncombe, County Dorset, England.665 He married Joyce Lombard (see #202) after 1630 at Massachusetts.666 His will was proved on 8 Feb 1664 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.481
He and Joyce Lombard immigrated to Nantasket, Massachusetts, on 30 May 1630 from England aboard Mary and John from England.667 He was admitted as a Freeman on 18 May 1631 at Dorchester, Massachusetts, and removed to Scituate then Barnstable by 1640.667 He was issued the first license as an inn-keeper in the town on 3 Dec 1639 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.664 He made a will on 10 Jun 1663 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.481

Children of Thomas10 Lombard and Joyce Lombard (see #202) were as follows:

202. JOYCE10 LOMBARD672 was born circa 1610. She married Thomas Lombard (see #201), son of Thomas Lumbert, after 1630 at Massachusetts.666
She and Thomas Lombard immigrated to Nantasket, Massachusetts, on 30 May 1630 from England aboard Mary and John from England.667 She was mentioned in the will of Thomas Lombard on 8 Feb 1664 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.481 She was living on 19 Sep 1683 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.665


203. DANIEL10 WING (John, #278)673 was born circa 1617 at England (but possibly the Netherlands or Germany).673 He married Hannah Swift (see #204), daughter of William Swift and Joane (--?--), on 5 Dec 1641 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.674 He married Anna Ewer on 2 Jun 1666 at Sanwich, Massachusetts.675 He died on 10 Mar 1697/98 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.674 His estate was probated on 5 Apr 1698 at Barnstable Co., Massachusetts.674
He immigrated with Deborah Bachiler and Rev. Stephen Bachiler to Boston, Massachusetts, on 5 Jun 1632.676 He conferred his estate to children to avoid the fines of the court being levied due to his militant Quakerism on 3 Dec 1658 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.674

Children of Daniel10 Wing and Hannah Swift (see #204) were:

204. HANNAH10 SWIFT (William, #280)677 was born circa 1619. She married Daniel Wing (see #203), son of Rev. John Wing and Deborah Bachiler, on 5 Dec 1641 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.674 She died on 31 Jan 1664 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.
She was also known as Wing. She was also known as Joane Sisson.674


205. GEORGE10 LEWIS (George, #282)678 was born on 3 Aug 1600 at England.193 He married Sarah Jenkins (see #206) in 1626 at Greenwich, England.193 He died on 3 Mar 1664 at Massachusetts at age 63.193

Children of George10 Lewis and Sarah Jenkins (see #206) were:

206. SARAH10 JENKINS193 was born circa 1600 at Isle of Edwards, England.193 She married George Lewis (see #205), son of George Lewis and Denise Foreman, in 1626 at Greenwich, England.193 She died in 1634 at Massachusetts.193


207. GEORGE10 LANE (William, #284)489 was born in 1612 at Norfolk, England.679 He married Sarah Harris (see #208), daughter of Walter Harris and Mary Fry, in 1635 at Bingham, Massachusetts.679 He died on 4 Jun 1689 at Hingham, Massachusetts.680
He was living in 1635 at Hingham, Massachusetts.680 He was admitted as a Freeman in 1672 at Hingham, Massachusetts.680

Children of George10 Lane and Sarah Harris (see #208) all born at Hingham, Massachusetts, were as follows:

208. SARAH10 HARRIS (Walter, #286)489 was born circa 1612 at England.193 She married George Lane (see #207), son of William Lane and Agnes (--?--), in 1635 at Bingham, Massachusetts.679 She died on 26 Mar 1695 at Bingham, Massachusetts.680


209. GEORGE10 PUDDINGTON (Robert, #288)682 was born in 1597 at Tiverton, England.683 He married Mary Pooke (see #210) on 5 Feb 1630 at England.684 He died in 1661 at York?, Maine.684
The Puddingtons employed 800 people and also owned many tenement buildings. Many people died in Tiverton where 53 houses collapsed in the great flood of 15 October 1625. Tiverton suffered fires in 1598, 1612 and 1731. In the fire of 1598 fifty persons lost their lives and 900 households were ruined. In 1626 Tiverton also suffered from the Plague. In 1624 the Puddingtons were unable to pay their bills and they were sued by a Braborne to forfeit their houses and tenements. Named in the suit were George and Robert Puddington.685 He immigrated to Maine circa 1635 from England with his family and his brother George.686 He made a will in 1647 at York Co., Maine.684

Children of George10 Puddington and Mary Pooke (see #210) were as follows:

210. MARY10 POOKE684 was born circa 1600 at England.684 She married George Puddington (see #209), son of Robert Puddington, on 5 Feb 1630 at England.684 She married John Davis after 1661 at Maine.684 She died in 1695 at Maine.684
Her married name was Purrington.


211. EDWARD10 BARTON688 was born circa 1610 at Wales.688 He married Elizabeth (--?--) before 1635.688 His will was proved on 16 Jun 1671 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.688
In 1651 at Georgeana (Strawberry Bank), NH, he was charged with beating his wife.689

Children of Edward10 Barton include:

212. RICHARD10 NASON (John, #289)690 was born in 1606 at Stratford-on-Avon, England.691 He was baptized on 3 Aug 1606 at Stratford-on-Avon, England.692 He married Sarah Baker (see #213), daughter of John Baker, before 1645 at Kittery, Maine.502 He married Mrs. Abigail Follett after 1663 at Kittery, Maine.693
In 1645 John Baker was charged with beating his son-in-law Richard Nason black and blue and he was fined.694 He was in military service in 1653 as an Ensign.695 A militant Quaker, he was constantly in difficulty after Massachusetts took over the government. He was discenfranchised for entertaining travelling Quakers and in 1655 he was charged with blasphemy.693 He was elected a deputy, but was not allowed to take his seat because he was a militant Quaker. The town was censured for choosing him. He was also a selectman and he held other town offices in 1656.696 In 1678 he was charged with being abusive toward officers.694

Children of Richard10 Nason and Sarah Baker (see #213) were as follows:

213. SARAH10 BAKER (John, #291)698 was born circa 1606 at England.502 She married Richard Nason (see #212), son of John Nason and Elizabeth Rogers, before 1645 at Kittery, Maine.502


214. REYNOLD10 JENKINS508 was born in 1608 at England.508 He married Ann (--?--) (see #215) before 1650.508
He was in the service of John Winter at Richmond's Island from 1634 to 1639. He was living in what is now Eliot from 1647 to 1683.508

Children of Reynold10 Jenkins and Ann (--?--) (see #215) were as follows:

215. ANN10 (--?--)508 was born circa 1610 at England.508 She married Reynold Jenkins (see #214) before 1650.508


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216. MARY10 HALL.510 Research note: believed to be widow of Nathaniel Hall, but this cannot be established with any certainty.

Children of Mary10 Hall include:

217. PERCIVAL10 GREEN699 was born in 1603 at England.512 He married Ellen (--?--) at England.512 He died on 25 Dec 1639 at Cambridge.512
He and Ellen (--?--) immigrated to New England in 1635 in the Susan and Ellen with two servants.512 He was admitted as a Freeman on 3 Mar 1636 at Cambridge.512

Children of Percival10 Green include:

218. ELIZABETH10 (--?--).514

Children of Elizabeth10 (--?--) include:

219. THOMAS10 RICHARDSON516 was born circa 1560 at Standon, Hertfordshire, England.516 He married Katherine Duxford (see #220) on 24 Aug 1590 at Duxford Parish, Hertfordshire, England.516 He was buried in Westmill, Hertfordshire, England.516 His will was proved on 31 Jul 1634 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.516
He made a will on 4 Mar 1630/31 at Westmill, Hertfordshire, England.516

Children of Thomas10 Richardson and Katherine Duxford (see #220) were:

220. KATHERINE10 DUXFORD516 was born circa 1560 at Standon, Hertfordshire, England.516 She married Thomas Richardson (see #219) on 24 Aug 1590 at Duxford Parish, Hertfordshire, England.516 She was buried in Westmill, Hertfordshire, England.516


221. WILLIAM10 WARD700 was born circa 1603 at England.701 He married Elizabeth Phillipus (see #222), daughter of Richard Phillipus, on 4 Mar 1626 at Clerkenwell, England.702 He married Elizabeth Hall, daughter of Ralph Hall, on 4 Jun 1634 at London, England.703 He died on 10 Aug 1687 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.704
He and Elizabeth Hall immigrated to Sudbury, Massachusetts, in 1639 from England.524 He was admitted as a Freeman in 1643 at Sudbury, Massachusetts.705 He moved in 1656 to Marlborough, Massachusetts.706

Children of William10 Ward and Elizabeth Phillipus (see #222) were as follows:

222. ELIZABETH10 PHILLIPUS (Richard, #292)708 was born circa 1600 at England. She married William Ward (see #221) on 4 Mar 1626 at Clerkenwell, England.702 She died on 11 May 1632 at London, England.703


223. EDWARD10 JACKSON (Christopher, #293)528 was born before 3 Feb 1604 at Whitechapel, London, England.528 He was baptized on 3 Feb 1604 at Stepney, England.709 He married Frances (--?--) (see #224) circa 1630 at London, England.710 He married Elizabeth Newgate on 14 Mar 1649 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.709 He died after 1664 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.709
He resided at Newton, Massachusetts.529 He immigrated to Cambridge, Massachusetts, after 1643 from England.709 He was admitted as a Freeman in 1645 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.709

Children of Edward10 Jackson and Frances (--?--) (see #224) were:

224. FRANCES10 (--?--)710 was born circa 1600 at England.710 She married Edward Jackson (see #223), son of Christopher Jackson, circa 1630 at London, England.710


225. JOHN10 CAPEN (Bernard, #294)711 was born on 26 Jan 1612/13 at England.532 He married Redigon Clap (see #226) on 20 Oct 1637 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.532 He married Mary Bass on 20 Sep 1647 at Braintree, Massachusetts.532 He died on 6 Apr 1692 at Dorchester, Massachusetts, at age 79.532
He and Bernard Capen immigrated to Massachusetts circa 26 Feb 1632 from England.712 He was admitted as a Freeman on 14 May 1634 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.532 He was in military service in 1646 in the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts.532 John Capen was called captain, was deacon of the chruch, selectman sixteen years, recorder thirteen years, and "wrote more in the books than any of man by far." His gravestone in the North Burying Ground, Dorchester, bears this inscription: Here Lyes Buried Ye | Body of Captn John | Capen He was Deacon | Of ye Church of Christ | in Dorchester He Deed | April ye 6th 1692 | In ye 80th Year of Age.713

Children of John10 Capen and Redigon Clap (see #226) all born at Dorchester, Massachusetts, were as follows:

226. REDIGON10 CLAP532 was born circa 1610 at England.532 She married John Capen (see #225), son of Bernard Capen and Joan Purchis, on 20 Oct 1637 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.532 She died on 10 Dec 1645 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.532
She was also known as Radigan Clap.532


227. WILLIAM10 BARSHAM713 married Annabella (--?--) (see #228) at Watertown, Massachusetts.713

Children of William10 Barsham and Annabella (--?--) (see #228) were:

228. ANNABELLA10 (--?--)713 married William Barsham (see #227) at Watertown, Massachusetts.713


229. WALTER10 POPE.538

Children of Walter10 Pope include:

230. RICHARD10 KIMBALL716 was born in 1595 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.717 He married Ursula Scott (see #231), daughter of Henry Scott and Martha Whotlock, circa 1614 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England, 1st.718 He married second Margaret Dow on 23 Oct 1661.719 He died on 22 Jun 1675 at Watertown, Massachusetts.718 His will was proved on 28 Sep 1675 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.550
He resided circa 1633 at Watertown, Massachusetts.720 He immigrated to Massachusetts on 30 Apr 1634 from Ipswich aboard Elizabeth from England.721 He was admitted as a Freeman on 6 May 1635 at Boston, Massachusetts, following year he was declared a Proprietor.722 He moved on 23 Feb 1637/38 to Ipswich, Massachusetts, where he worked as a wheelwright.722 He made a will on 5 Mar 1674/75 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.550

Children of Richard10 Kimball and Ursula Scott (see #231) were as follows:

231. URSULA10 SCOTT (Henry, #296)731 was born at England.718 She was born circa 1595 at England.732 She was baptized on 14 Feb 1597/98 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.733 She married Richard Kimball (see #230) circa 1614 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England, 1st.718 She died before 23 Oct 1661 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.734
She immigrated with Richard Kimball to Massachusetts on 30 Apr 1634.721


232. HUMPHREY10 BRADSTREET735 was born in 1594 at England.561 He married Bridget (--?--) (see #233) circa 1625 at England.736 He died in 1655 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.560 He was buried in Rowley, Massachusetts.737 His will was proved on 26 Sep 1657 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.737
He and Bridget (--?--) immigrated to Ipswich, Massachusetts, in 1634 in the Elizabeth from Ipswich, England.561 He was admitted as a Freeman on 6 May 1635 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.560 He was listed as a Commoner in 1641 at Rowley, Massachusetts.737 He made a will on 21 Jul 1657 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.738

Children of Humphrey10 Bradstreet and Bridget (--?--) (see #233) were as follows:

233. BRIDGET10 (--?--)735 was born in 1604 at England.744 She married Humphrey Bradstreet (see #232) circa 1625 at England.736 She died in Nov 1665 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.737
She and Humphrey Bradstreet immigrated to Ipswich, Massachusetts, in 1634 in the Elizabeth from Ipswich, England.561 She made a will on 14 Oct 1665 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.743


234. GEORGE10 KNIGHT563 married Eleanor (--?--) (see #235).563 He died after 5 Apr 1671 soon after making his will.563

Children of George10 Knight and Eleanor (--?--) (see #235) were as follows:

235. ELEANOR10 (--?--)563 married George Knight (see #234).563 She married Henry Brookings before 10 Oct 1671 . He had been appointed the administrator of her husband's estate.563
At Black Point, Maine, on 7 Nov 1655 Eleanor (--?--) was indicted for suspicion of adultery.563


236. LIEUT. JAMES10 GIBBINS (James, #298)746 was born on 19 Mar 1648 at Saco, Maine.747 He married Dorcas Seeley (see #237), daughter of Richard Sealey, in Dec 1668 at Saco.748 He married Francis Backhouse after 1674.565 He died before 1683.565

Children of Lieut. James10 Gibbins and Dorcas Seeley (see #237) were as follows:

237. DORCAS10 SEELEY (Richard Sealey, #300)749 married Lieut. James Gibbins (see #236), son of James Gibbins and Judith Lewis, in Dec 1668 at Saco.748 She married Francis Backhouse after 1683.565


238. JOHN10 JEPSON414 was born circa 1610 at England.414 He married Emm (--?--) (see #239) on 7 May 1656 at Boston.414 He died before 29 Mar 1688 at Boston.414 His will was proved on 29 Mar 1688 letters of administration granted to his widow, value 141, 3s, 6d.414
He immigrated to Boston circa 2 Jul 1639 when he was granted "a great lott at the Mount for three heads, twelve acres, paying for the same, to the use of this towne, three shillings an acre..." indicating that he had a wife and child.414 He was a cordwainer and leather-seller.414 He was admitted as a Freeman in 1647.414 He resided between 1664 and 1671 at Mendon, Massachusetts.414 Presented by the constable for excessive drinking.414

Children of John10 Jepson and Emm (--?--) (see #239) were as follows:

239. EMM10 (--?--)414 married John Jepson (see #238) on 7 May 1656 at Boston.414 She was buried in Boston.414
Her married name was Emm Coddington.414


240. WILLIAM10 HILTON (William, #301)750 was born circa 1580 at Northwich, County Chester, England.570 He married Frances (--?--) (see #241) circa 1653 at York, Maine.570 He died between 1655 and 1666 at York, Maine.570
He was a salt maker, an inn keeper, a hog farmer, and a ferryman.570 He may have had several wives at the same time.570 The court in York sentenced Frances (--?--) severely for railing against William Hilton because one John was his bastard and the mother was beneath his class.570 He immigrated to Plymouth Colony on 9 Nov 1621 in the Fortune, the first ship to arrive after the Mayflower. In response to a letter, in which he badly misrepresented conditions in the new colony, his wife and two children joined him on 10 July 1623.570 He was admitted as a Freeman on 19 May 1642 at Dover Neck, Maine.570

Children of William10 Hilton and Frances (--?--) (see #241) were:

241. FRANCES10 (--?--)570 married William Hilton (see #240), son of William Hilton, circa 1653 at York, Maine.570
The court in York sentenced Frances (--?--) severely for railing against William Hilton because one John was his bastard and the mother was beneath his class.570


242. EDWARD10 STURGIS (Philip, #302)751 was born at Hannington, England.571 He married Elizabeth (--?--) (see #243) circa 1618 at England.571 He died in Oct 1695 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.571
He was also known as Sturges.752 He immigrated to Sandwich, Massachusetts, circa 1634 from England.751 He was appointed constable at Yarmouth in 1639.571

Children of Edward10 Sturgis and Elizabeth (--?--) (see #243) were as follows:

243. ELIZABETH10 (--?--)571 was born circa 1610. She married Edward Sturgis (see #242), son of Philip Sturgis, circa 1618 at England.571


244. CAPT. WILLIAM10 HEDGE127 was born circa 1610. He married Blanche Hull (see #245).572 He died in 1670 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.572
He resided in 1637 at Sandwich and Yarmouth, Massachusetts.572 He was a Proprietor in 1640 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.754 He was admitted as a Freeman on 5 Jun 1651 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.754 He was elected town officer circa 1652 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.754 He made a will on 30 Jun 1670 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts, and he gave his wife twelve pence saying that she had broken her covenant and separated from him.755

Children of Capt. William10 Hedge and Blanche Hull (see #245) were as follows:

245. BLANCHE10 HULL755 was born circa 1610 at England.572 She married Capt. William Hedge (see #244).572


246. HENRY10 COBB127 was born circa 1610 at County Kent, England.757 He married Patience Hurst before 1631.757 He married Sarah Hinckley (see #247), daughter of Samuel Hinckley and Sarah (--?--), on 12 Dec 1649 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.757 He died in 1679 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.757
He resided in 1629 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.757 He was elected Representative in 1645.757

Children of Henry10 Cobb and Sarah Hinckley (see #247) were as follows:

247. SARAH10 HINCKLEY (Samuel, #303)759 was born circa 1630 at England.760 She married Henry Cobb (see #246) on 12 Dec 1649 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.757


248. RICHARD10 TAYLOR127 was born circa 1620. He married Ruth Wheldon (see #249), daughter of Gabriel Wheldon and Margaret (--?--), on 27 Oct 1646 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.761 He died before 1673 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.762
Able to bear arms.762 He was elected town officer and chosen juror in 1643 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.762

Children of Richard10 Taylor and Ruth Wheldon (see #249) were as follows:

249. RUTH10 WHELDON (Gabriel, #305)764 was born circa 1620. She married Richard Taylor (see #248) on 27 Oct 1646 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.761


250. SIMON10 STONE127 was born circa 1630.127 He married Mary Whipple (see #251), daughter of John Whipple and Sarah (--?--), in 1655 at Watertown, Massachusetts.765 He died on 27 Feb 1708 at Watertown, Massachusetts.765

Children of Simon10 Stone and Mary Whipple (see #251) were:

251. MARY10 WHIPPLE (John, #307)766 was born in 1634.578 She married Simon Stone (see #250) in 1655 at Watertown, Massachusetts.765 She died on 2 Jun 1720 at Watertown, Massachusetts.576


252. DANIEL10 POND (Robert, #309)767 was born circa 1630 possibly in at England.768 He married Abigail Shepard (see #253), daughter of Edward Shepard and Violet (--?--).769 He married Ann (--?--).769 He died in Feb 1698 at Dedham, Massachusetts.769
He was admitted as a Freeman in 1690 at Dedham, Massachusetts.769

Children of Daniel10 Pond and Abigail Shepard (see #253) were as follows:

253. ABIGAIL10 SHEPARD (Edward, #310)772 was born circa 1620 at England.773 She married Daniel Pond (see #252), son of Robert Pond.769
She and Edward Shepard immigrated to Cambridge, Massachusetts, before 1643 from England.740


254. RALPH10 GORHAM (James, #312)774 was born in 1575 at Benefield, England.775 He died in 1643 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.776
He and Capt. John Gorham immigrated to Plymouth, Massachusetts, circa 1635 from England with their family.585 He resided in 1637 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.127

Children of Ralph10 Gorham include:


Landing of the Mayflower, Cape Cod, 1620

255. JOHN10 HOWLAND (Henry, #313)127 was born in 1592 at Huntingdonshire, England.777 He married Elizabeth Tilley (see #256), daughter of John Tilley and Joan Hurst, on 25 Mar 1623 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.778 He died on 23 Feb 1672/73 at Rocky Nook (Kingston), Massachusetts.593

On 21 Nov 1620 John Howland Mayflower Compact.779 He immigrated to Plymouth, Massachusetts, in Dec 1620 aboard Mayflower from England as a manservant in John Carson's family. During the voyage he was washed overboard in a storm, but caught hold of a rope and pulled himself back aboard. Upon arrival in New England, he was one of the signers of the Mayflower Compact. In the name of God, Amen. We whose names are underwritten, the loyal subjects of our dread sovereign lord, King James, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, etc. Having undertaken for the glory of God, and advancement of the Christian faith and honor of our king and country, a voyage to plant the first colony in the northern parts of Virginia, do by these present, solemnly and mutually, in the presence of god and one of another, covenant and combine ourselves together into a civil body politic, for our better ordering and preservation and furtherance of the ends aforesaid; and by virture hereof to enact, constitute, and frame such just and equal laws, ordinances, acts constitutions, offices from time to time as shall be thought most meet and convenient for the general good of the colony; unto which we promise all due submission and obedience. In witness whereof we have hereunder subscribed our names, Cape Cod 11th of November, in the year of reign of our sovereign lord, king James, of England, France, and Ireland 18, and of Scotland 54. Anno Domini 1620. .780He moved in 1638 to Rocky Nook (Kingston), Massachusetts.781

Children of John10 Howland and Elizabeth Tilley (see #256) were as follows:

256. ELIZABETH10 TILLEY (John, #315)144 was born circa 1607 at Henlow, County Bedford, England.787 She was baptized on 30 Aug 1607 at Henlow, England.788 She was born in 1609 at Holland.127 She married John Howland (see #255), son of Henry Howland and Margaret (--?--), on 25 Mar 1623 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.778 She died on 31 Dec 1687 at Swansea, Massachusetts.789
On 21 Nov 1620 Elizabeth Tilley Mayflower Compact.779 She immigrated to Plymouth Colony in Dec 1620 from Plymouth, England aboard the Mayflower with her parents.790


257. EDMUND10 HOWES601 was born circa 1610. His will was proved on 20 Jul 1693.603
He immigrated to New England on 5 Apr 1635 in the James from England.603 He was a Proprietor on 2 Oct 1637 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.603 He was admitted as a Freeman on 5 Jun 1644 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.603 He was elected Town Officer circa 1645 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.603 He moved in 1649 to Yarmouth, Massachusetts.603 He made a will on 5 May 1692 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.603

Children of Edmund10 Howes include:

258. CAPT. JOHN10 GORHAM (Ralph, #254) (see #174)


259. DESIRE10 HOWLAND (John, #255) (see #175)


260. THOMAS10 HOWES127 was born circa 1600 at England.611 He married Mary (--?--) (see #261) before 1637.611 His will was proved on 1 Oct 1665 at Yarmouth.611
He was a planter in 1638 at Yarmouth.611 He took the oath of allegience on 18 Dec 1638 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.611 He was appointed to the Committee of Division in 1639.611 He was proposed as a Freeman on 3 Sep 1639 at Yarmouth.611 He made a will on 26 Sep 1665.611

Children of Thomas10 Howes and Mary (--?--) (see #261) were as follows:

261. MARY10 (--?--)127 was born circa 1617. She married Thomas Howes (see #260) before 1637.611 She died in Feb 1682.127


262. GOV. THOMAS10 PRENCE (Thomas, #320)792 was born circa 1600 at near Cricklade in Wilts., Lechlade, County Glouchester, England.793 He married Patience Brewster, daughter of William Brewster and Mary Brewster, on 5 Aug 1624 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.794 He married Mary Collier (see #263), daughter of William Collier, on 1 Apr 1635 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.795 He married Mrs. Apphia Freeman before 8 Dec 1662 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.796 He married Mrs. Mary Howes between 1665 and 1668 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.797 He died on 29 Mar 1673 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.798
He immigrated to Plymouth Colony on 19 Nov 1621 from England aboard the Fortune.799 He moved in 1632 to Duxbury, Massachusetts.800 He was appointed Governor of Plymouth Colony twice. Also served as Assistant Governor in 1634.801 He moved in 1644 to Nauset (Eastham), Massachusetts.800

Children of Gov. Thomas10 Prence and Mary Collier (see #263) were as follows:

263. MARY10 COLLIER (William, #321)803 was born circa 1610 at England.804 She married Gov. Thomas Prence (see #262), son of Thomas Prence, on 1 Apr 1635 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.795 She died before 1660 at Duxbury, Massachusetts.612


264. ANTHONY10 BRACKETT805 was born in 1613 at Norfolk, England.806 He died after 28 Sep 1691.807
He immigrated to Falmouth (now Portland), Maine, circa 1632 where he was one of the first settlers.805 He resided before 1650 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where he sold a house.806 He was elected Selectman in 1655 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.806 In 1686 Anthony Brackett deeded his homestead to John Brackett at Sandy Beach, New Hampshire, for the life support of himself and his wife.806 He made a will on 11 Sep 1691 at Falmouth, Maine.807 On 28 Sep 1691 Sandy Beach, New Hampshire, he survived an Indian attack where there were 16 killed or carried away.806

Children of Anthony10 Brackett include:

265. MICHAEL10 MITTON623 was born circa 1600 at England.815 He married Elizabeth Cleve (see #266), daughter of George Cleve and Joan (--?--), after 1638.816 He died before 1662/63 at Falmouth, Maine.809
He was also known as Michael Milton.817 He was a gentleman, a sportsman and teller of tall stories.809 He immigrated to Falmouth, Maine, in 1637 from England.818 He and Elizabeth Cleve resided in 1640 at Clark's Point, Falmouth, Maine, (now the foot of Brackett St., Portland).809 He was appointed Constable of Casco at Falmouth, Maine, in 1640.819 He seduced Mary Martyn who was left in his care by her destitute father who returned to England. Mary had a child in Boston and was later executed for killing the child circa 1646.820 He was admitted as a Freeman in 1658 at Falmouth.821

Children of Michael10 Mitton and Elizabeth Cleve (see #266) were as follows:

266. ELIZABETH10 CLEVE (George, #322)823 was born circa 1600.452 She married Michael Mitton (see #265) after 1638.816 She died in 1682.824
Her married name was Harvey.452 She and Michael Mitton resided in 1640 at Clark's Point, Falmouth, Maine, (now the foot of Brackett St., Portland).809 Elizabeth Cleve agreed to living arrangements with Thomas Brackett in 1671 at Greenland, New Hampshire, in exchange for land.452


267. SAMUEL10 HAINES626 was born circa 1600 at England.626
He immigrated to Dover, New Hampshire, on 15 Aug 1635 from Bristol, England in the Angel Gabriel which was wrecked in the great storm at Pemaquid.825 He was elected Selectman in 1653 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.825 He was appointed Deacon at Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1671.825 He was living on 21 May 1684 at Plymouth, Massachusetts.825

Children of Samuel10 Haines include:

268. EDWARD10 CLARK632 was born circa 1600 at England.632 He married Barbara (--?--) (see #269) before 1639 at England.827 He died before 17 Sep 1661 at Saco, Maine.828 His will was proved on 17 Sep 1661 at Saco, Maine.828
He immigrated to Massachusetts in 1640 from England. He and Barbara (--?--) resided in 1641 at Marblehead, Massachusetts.828 He and Barbara (--?--) immigrated to Cape Porpus, Massachusetts, in 1653 and was listed as one of the first inhabitants.828

Children of Edward10 Clark and Barbara (--?--) (see #269) were as follows:

269. BARBARA10 (--?--) was born circa 1630 at England.632 She married Edward Clark (see #268) before 1639 at England.827
She and Edward Clark resided in 1641 at Marblehead, Massachusetts.828 She and Edward Clark immigrated to Cape Porpus, Massachusetts, in 1653 and was listed as one of the first inhabitants.828


270. GEORGE10 ROGERS647 was born circa 1620 at England.
He was one of Winter's fishermen in 1638 at Richmond Island, Maine.647 He resided in 1641 at Long Beach, Kittery, Maine.647 At Kittery, Maine, on 16 Oct 1651 Mary Beedle (wife of Rev. Stephen Batchelder) and George Rogers (an ancestor of Pebble May Fisk) were convicted of adultery. It was ordered that his property be held for the benefit of his children and that they be put up at apprentices. She and her paramour were whipped.830 He was living in 1654 at Kittery, Maine.647

Children of George10 Rogers include:

271. EDWARD10 CLARK632 was born circa 1600 at England.632 He married Barbara (--?--) (see #269) before 1639 at England.827 He died before 17 Sep 1661 at Saco, Maine.828 His will was proved on 17 Sep 1661 at Saco, Maine.828
He immigrated to Massachusetts in 1640 from England. He and Barbara (--?--) resided in 1641 at Marblehead, Massachusetts.828 He and Barbara (--?--) immigrated to Cape Porpus, Massachusetts, in 1653 and was listed as one of the first inhabitants.828

Children of Edward10 Clark and Barbara (--?--) (see #269) were as follows:

272. BARBARA10 (--?--) was born circa 1630 at England.632 She married Edward Clark (see #268) before 1639 at England.827
She and Edward Clark resided in 1641 at Marblehead, Massachusetts.828 She and Edward Clark immigrated to Cape Porpus, Massachusetts, in 1653 and was listed as one of the first inhabitants.828


273. EDWARD10 SMALL831 was born circa 1600 at St. Mary's Parish, Bideford, Devon, England.831 He married Elizabeth (--?--) circa 1624 at Bideford, England.654 He died after 1665 at Bideford, England.832
He and Francis Small immigrated to Maine circa 1634 with Fernando Gorgas, leaving a wife and four children in England.654 He was living on 25 Jun 1640 at Kittery, Maine, where he served on grand and trial juries.833 He was appointed Magistrate at Piscataqua, Maine, in 1645.834 He moved after 1655 to Bideford, England, (possibly). Many of the early settlers in Maine became discouraged and returned to England.654 He was in the tavern business at Piscataqua, Maine, on 28 Jun 1655.834

Children of Edward10 Small include:

274. JOHN10 HEARD476 was born circa 1600 at England.476 He married Isabel (--?--) (see #275) before 1630 at England.476
He and James Heard immigrated to Piscataqua (now Kittery), Maine, circa 1634 from England.660 He was a carpenter in 1648 at Gorgeana, Maine.476 He was appointed Selectman at Kittery in 1650.476 At Kittery, Maine, on 12 Nov 1659 John Heard was charged with "entertaining Quakers" and "for his contempt.".476 On 7 July 1663 he and his family were charged with "absenting themselves from the publique meeting... & for Intertyaing quakers," for which they were all fined 3:10.476 He made a will on 16 Mar 1676/77 at Kittery, Maine.476

Children of John10 Heard and Isabel (--?--) (see #275) both born at England were as follows:

275. ISABEL10 (--?--)476 was born circa 1600 at England.476 She married John Heard (see #274) before 1630 at England.476 She died after 1677 at Kittery, Maine.476


276. ABRAHAM10 CONLEY.837

Children of Abraham10 Conley include:

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277. THOMAS11 LUMBERT665 was born circa 1550 at Thorncombe, County Dorset, England.665

Children of Thomas11 Lumbert both born Thorncombe, County Dorset, England include:

278. REV. JOHN11 WING (Mathew, #324);839 John graduated from Queens College, Oxford with a BA, 12 Feb 1603. He was minister to the merchant adventurer companies on the continent for many years. Some of his sermons have been reprinted and are available in many libraries was baptized on 12 Jan 1584 at Banbury, Oxfordshire, England.840 He married Deborah Bachiler (see #279), daughter of Rev. Stephen Bachiler and Ann Bates, circa 1609/10.673 He died circa 1630 at London, England.673
He was a minister to the merchant adventurer companies in Europe between 1621 and 1630.673

Children of Rev. John11 Wing and Deborah Bachiler (see #279) were as follows:

279. DEBORAH11 BACHILER (Stephen, #326)842 was born circa 1592.673 She married Rev. John Wing (see #278), son of Mathew Wing and Mary (--?--), circa 1609/10.673 She died in 1692 at Yarmouth, County Barnstable, England.193
She and Rev. Stephen Bachiler immigrated to Boston, Massachusetts, on 5 Jun 1632 from England after an 88 day voyage aboard the William and Francis as part of the Plough Company.676


280. WILLIAM11 SWIFT (Robert, #328)843 was born circa 1600. He married Joane (--?--) (see #281). He died in Jan 1644 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.677 His will was proved on 29 Jan 1642 at Sandwich.844
He was a Proprietor in 1636 at Watertown, Massachusetts.844 He resided in 1638 at Salem where he filed a lawsuit.844

Children of William11 Swift and Joane (--?--) (see #281) were as follows:

281. JOANE11 (--?--)677 was born circa 1600. She married William Swift (see #280), son of Robert Swift and Bridget Hastings. She died after 12 Oct 1662. Her will was proved on 12 Dec 1662 at Sandwich, Massachusetts.844


282. GEORGE11 LEWIS was born in 1571 at Brenchley, England. He married Denise Foreman (see #283), daughter of Clement Foreman and Margery Baldock, on 24 May 1596 at Brenchley, England.193 He died on 11 Jul 1631 at Brenchley, England.

Children of George11 Lewis and Denise Foreman (see #283) were:

283. DENISE11 FOREMAN (Clement, #330)489 was born circa 1575 at England.193 She married George Lewis (see #282) on 24 May 1596 at Brenchley, England.193 She died on 10 Jan 1626 at Brenchley, England.193


284. WILLIAM11 LANE193 was born circa 1580 at England.193 He was born in 1580 at County Norfolk, England.193 He married Agnes (--?--) (see #285) before 1612.193 He died in 1654 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.680 His will was proved on 6 Jul 1654 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.680
He was living in 1641 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.680 He made a will on 28 Feb 1651 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.680

Children of William11 Lane and Agnes (--?--) (see #285) were as follows:

285. AGNES11 (--?--)193 was born circa 1584 at England.193 She married William Lane (see #284) before 1612.193 She died on 3 Apr 1671 at England.193


286. WALTER11 HARRIS193 was born between 1605 and 1615 at England.193 He married Mary Fry (see #287), daughter of William Fry and Sarah Hill, circa 1612 at Weymouth, England.193 He died on 6 Nov 1654 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.193

Children of Walter11 Harris and Mary Fry (see #287) were:

287. MARY11 FRY (William, #332)489 was born in 1592 at Weymouth, England.193 She married Walter Harris (see #286) circa 1612 at Weymouth, England.193 She died on 24 Jan 1656 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.193


288. ROBERT11 PUDDINGTON (John, #334)847 was born circa 1570 at England.848 He married Amy Davis.848 He died in 1631 at England.685
Puddington is a parish in Witheridge Hundred, Archdeanery of Barnstable, County of Devon and is 16 miles north of Exeter. The family took its name from this parish. John, Richard, and Andred Puddington appear to have been contemporary resident of Tiverton during the last half of the sixteenth century. They were weavers and clothiers.686

Children of Robert11 Puddington include:

289. JOHN11 NASON504 was born circa 1570 at England.504 He married Elizabeth Rogers (see #290) on 28 Oct 1600 at Stratford-on-Avon, England.504

Children of John11 Nason and Elizabeth Rogers (see #290) were:

290. ELIZABETH11 ROGERS504 was born circa 1570 at England.504 She married John Nason (see #289) on 28 Oct 1600 at Stratford-on-Avon, England.504


291. JOHN11 BAKER694 was born circa 1610 at England. He died after 1648 at London, England.849
He was elected Lieutenant and Deputy to the General Court at Dover, New Hampshire.850 He was an early church member in Boston, but he fled to York, thence concience stricken back to Boston, where he was readmitted in 1642. He was dismissed to the church at York in 1646.850 He resided at Boston, York, Cape Porpus and London.850 In 1645 John Baker was charged with beating his son-in-law Richard Nason black and blue and he was fined.694

Children of John11 Baker include:

292. RICHARD11 PHILLIPUS703 was born at England.703

Children of Richard11 Phillipus include:

293. CHRISTOPHER11 JACKSON709 was born circa 1570 at England.709

Children of Christopher11 Jackson include:

294. BERNARD11 CAPEN533 was born in 1562 at Dorchester, England.851 He married Joan Purchis (see #295), daughter of Oliver Purchis, on 27 May 1596 at Dorchester, England.852 He died on 8 Nov 1638 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.852 His estate was probated on 19 Nov 1652 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.853
He and John Capen immigrated to Massachusetts circa 26 Feb 1632 from England.712 He was admitted as a Freeman on 16 May 1636 at Dorchester, Massachusetts, after his son.532 He made a will on 9 Oct 1638 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.852

Children of Bernard11 Capen and Joan Purchis (see #295) were as follows:

295. JOAN11 PURCHIS (Oliver, #335)855 was born circa 1568 at England.532 She married Bernard Capen (see #294) on 27 May 1596 at Dorchester, England.852 She died on 26 Mar 1653 at Dorchester, Massachusetts, (Her gravestone inscription is thought to be the earliest in New England).856
She was also known as Joanna Purchase.853 She immigrated with Bernard Capen and John Capen to Massachusetts circa 26 Feb 1632.712


296. HENRY11 SCOTT (Edmund, #336)857 was born before 1 Nov 1560 at Bradfield St. George, England.858 He was baptized on 1 Nov 1560 at Bradfield, England.859 He was born before 18 Jul 1568 at Rattlesdon, County Suffolk, England.860 He married Martha Whotlock (see #297), daughter of Thomas Whotlook and Joane (--?--), on 25 Jul 1594 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.733 He died before 24 Dec 1624 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.732 He was buried in Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.861
He was appointed questman, surveyor, overseer of the poor, and constable at Rattlesden, England, between 1601 and 1618.862 He made a will on 24 Sep 1623 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.863

Children of Henry11 Scott and Martha Whotlock (see #297) were as follows:

297. MARTHA11 WHOTLOCK (Thomas Whotlook, #338)866 was born in 1568 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.862 She was baptized on 18 Jun 1568 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.862 She married Henry Scott (see #296), son of Edmund Scott and Joane (--?--), on 25 Jul 1594 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.733 She died before 24 Dec 1624 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.862 She was buried in Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.862
She witnessed the will of Henry Scott on 24 Sep 1623 at Rattlesden, County Suffolk, England.863 She immigrated with Richard Kimball to Massachusetts on 30 Apr 1634.721


298. JAMES11 GIBBINS867 was born in 1614 at England.747 He married Judith Lewis (see #299), daughter of Thomas Lewis and Elizabeth Marshall, circa 1647 at Saco.868
He immigrated circa 14 Apr 1635 to New England M.869 He acquired on 2 Aug 1642 100 acres. He paid a rental of "ffive shillings yearly to be pd at the feast of Saynt Michaell, the arke angell, two dayes worke of one man at Harvest, & one fatt gouse on the 25 day of Decm yearly." at Biddeford side of Saco River, Province of Maine.747

Children of James11 Gibbins and Judith Lewis (see #299) were as follows:

299. JUDITH11 LEWIS (Thomas, #340)874 was born before 23 Oct 1626 at Saco, Maine.868 She married James Gibbins (see #298) circa 1647 at Saco.868


300. RICHARD11 SEALEY875 was baptized on 4 Feb 1620/21 at Stoke-in-Teignhead, England.875
He resided in 1666 at west side of the river, Saco, Maine.875 Was a refugee from Indians. He took the oath of allegience at Boston 21 April 1679.875

Children of Richard11 Sealey include:

301. WILLIAM11 HILTON570 was born at Northwich, County Chester, England.570

Children of William11 Hilton include:

302. PHILIP11 STURGIS (Robert, #342)877 was born circa 1570 at England.236 He married Anne Lewes circa 1696.571
He made a will in 1613 at Hannington, County Northampton, England.571

Children of Philip11 Sturgis include:

303. SAMUEL11 HINCKLEY760 was born circa 1590 at Tenterden, County Kent, England.879 He married Sarah (--?--) (see #304) circa 1620 at Tenterden, England.880 He married Bridget Bodfish on 15 Dec 1657 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.881 He died on 31 Oct 1662 at Scituate, Massachusetts.882 His estate was probated on 4 Mar 1662/63.883
He immigrated to Scituate, Massachusetts, in Mar 1634/35 in the Hercules of Sandwich from England.881 He was admitted as a Freeman on 7 Feb 1636/37 at Scituate, Massachusetts.883 He was elected town officer and chosen juror after 1639 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.883 He made a will on 8 Oct 1662 at Barnstable, Massachusetts.883

Children of Samuel11 Hinckley and Sarah (--?--) (see #304) were as follows:

304. SARAH11 (--?--)880 was born circa 1590 at England.880 She married Samuel Hinckley (see #303) circa 1620 at Tenterden, England.880 She died on 18 Aug 1656 at Scituate, Massachusetts.881


305. GABRIEL11 WHELDON886 was born circa 1600 at Nottinghamshire, England.886 He married Margaret (--?--) (see #306).886 He married Jane (--?--) before 1610.887 He died in Jan 1653/54 at Malden, Massachusetts.886 His estate was probated on 4 May 1654 at Malden, Massachusetts.886
Was issued a permit by the Plymouth Court to live in Mattacheese (Yarmouth).886 He was elected town officer in 1641/42 at Yarmouth, Massachusetts.886 He made a will on 11 Mar 1653/54 at Malden, Massachusetts.886

Children of Gabriel11 Wheldon and Margaret (--?--) (see #306) were as follows:

306. MARGARET11 (--?--)886 was born circa 1600 at England.886 She married Gabriel Wheldon (see #305).886


307. JOHN11 WHIPPLE889 was born circa 1600 at England.889 He married Sarah (--?--) (see #308) before 1640 at England.889 He died on 30 Jun 1669 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.889
He was admitted as a Freeman on 13 May 1640 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.889

Children of John11 Whipple and Sarah (--?--) (see #308) were:

308. SARAH11 (--?--)889 was born circa 1610 at England.889 She married John Whipple (see #307) before 1640 at England.889 She died on 14 Jun 1658 at Ipswich, Massachusetts.889


309. ROBERT11 POND768 was born circa 1600 at England.

Children of Robert11 Pond include:

310. EDWARD11 SHEPARD768 was born circa 1600 at England.890 He married Violet (--?--) (see #311) circa 1620 at England.890 He married Mrs. Mary Pond after 1658 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.891 He died in 1674 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.890
He was mariner.891 He and Abigail Shepard immigrated to Cambridge, Massachusetts, before 1643 from England.740 He was admitted as a Freeman on 10 May 1643 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.890 He was a member of the Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1658.891 He made a will on 1 Oct 1674 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.890

Children of Edward11 Shepard and Violet (--?--) (see #311) were as follows:

311. VIOLET11 (--?--)890 was born circa 1600 at England.890 She married Edward Shepard (see #310) circa 1620 at England.890 She died on 9 Jan 1649 at Cambridge, Massachusetts.890
She witnessed Edward Shepard as a member of the Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1658.891


312. JAMES11 GORHAM586 was born circa 1540 at England.581 He was born in 1550 at Benefield, England.586 He married Agnes Bernington in 1572 at Benefield, England.586
He was also known as James Gorham.581 This family has a line to the De Gorrams of La Tanniere, near Gorram, in Maine, on the borders of Bittany, where they lived in a castle. Members of the family came to England with William the Conqueror.586

Children of James11 Gorham include:

313. HENRY11 HOWLAND was born circa 1562 at England. He married Margaret (--?--) (see #314) before 1592 at Huntingdonshire, England. He died on 17 May 1635 at Huntingdonshire, England.895

Children of Henry11 Howland and Margaret (--?--) (see #314) were:

314. MARGARET11 (--?--) was born circa 1562 at England. She married Henry Howland (see #313) before 1592 at Huntingdonshire, England. She was buried in Fenstanton, England.895


315. JOHN11 TILLEY (Robert, #343)896 was born before 19 Dec 1571 at Henlow, County Bedford, England.897 He was baptized on 19 Dec 1571 at Henlow, County Bedford, England.898 He married Joan Hurst (see #316), daughter of William Hurst and Rose (--?--), on 20 Sep 1596 at Henlow, County Bedford, England, 2nd.899 He died between 11 Jan 1621 and 10 Apr 1621 at Plymouth, Massachusetts, in the general sickness after arriving.900
On 21 Nov 1620 John Tilley Mayflower Compact.779 Tilley and his family were among the passengers of the Mayflower, but he and his wife died during that first winter.<