LIVING / LIVING


Husband: LIVING

Born: at:
Married: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: LIVING

Wife: LIVING

Born: at:
Died: at:
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Spouses: LIVING

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Name: Margaret GROSSE
Born: at:
Married: at:
Died: 2 Jun 1718at: Flushing, , New York
Spouses: John RODMAN

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John BAILEY / (Unknown)


Husband: John BAILEY

Born: at:
Married: [14181] at: , , , England
Died: 2 Nov 1651[8691] at: Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Father:
Mother:
Spouses:
Notes: [8692]

Wife:

CHILDREN

Name: John BAILEY [2358]
Born: 1613[2356] at: Chippenham, , Salisbury, England
Married: 22 May 1640at: Chippenham, Wilts, England
Died: 16 Mar 1691[2357] at: Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouses: Eleanor EMERY

Name: Robert BAILEY [8694]
Born: at:
Died: AFT 1651[8693] at: , , , England
Spouses:

Name: BAILEY
Born: at:
Died: AFT 1651[8695] at:
Spouses:

Name: BAILEY
Born: at:
Died: AFT 1651[8696] at:
Spouses:

Name: Joanna BAILEY
Born: [854] at:
Married: 1643at: Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Died: ABT 1663[855] at:
Spouses: William HUNTINGTON

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[8692] survivor of the wreck of "Angel Gabriel"at Pemaquid (Bristol, ME) 15 Aug 1635.
His wife stayed in England, and he was afraid to take a ship back to England.

[2358] Took the Oath of Allegiance at Newbury in 1678

[8694] Stayed in England with his mother and at least one sister.--

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[2356] [S7]

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[8695] [S7]

[8696] [S7]

[854] [S7]

[855] [S7]

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LIVING / LIVING


Husband: LIVING

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Spouses: LIVING

Wife: LIVING

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Spouses: LIVING

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Name: LIVING
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Ammiel WEEKS / Elizabeth ASPINWALL


Husband: Ammiel WEEKS

Born: BEF 6 Nov 1631[9710] at: Seaton, Devonshire, England
Married: 10 Apr 1653[14782] at: Charlestown or Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts
Died: 20 Apr 1679[9712] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Father: George WEEKS
Mother: Jane CLAPP
Spouses: Elizabeth ASPINWALL
Notes: [9713]

Wife: Elizabeth ASPINWALL

Born: 20 Sep 1633[9714] at: Charlestown or Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts
Died: 10 Apr 1723[9715] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Father: William ASPINWALL
Mother: ELIZABETH
Spouses: Ammiel WEEKS
Notes: [9716]

CHILDREN

Name: Ammiel WEEKS [9709]
Born: 15 Sep 1662[9707] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Died: BEF 1736[9708] at:
Spouses:

Name: William WEEKS [9748]
Born: BEF 26 Aug 1655[9746] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Died: 18 Jul 1690[9747] at: Enfield, Hartford Co., Ct
Spouses:

Name: Elizabeth WEEKS [9745]
Born: BEF 14 Sep 1656[9743] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Died: BEF Oct 1657[9744] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Spouses:

Name: Elizabeth WEEKS [9742]
Born: BEF 17 Oct 1657[9740] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Died: 19 Feb 1709[9741] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Spouses:

Name: Thankful WEEKS [9727]
Born: 24 Apr 1660[9726] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Died: at: of Wakefield, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
Spouses:

Name: Ebenezer WEEKS [9725]
Born: 15 May 1665[9723] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Died: BET 1691 AND 1712[9724] at: Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts
Spouses:

Name: Mary WEEKS [9739]
Born: ABT 1666[9736] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Died: 9 Mar 1749[9738] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Spouses:

Name: Joseph WEEKS [9751]
Born: 9 Sep 1667[9749] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Died: 8 Jan 1745[9750] at:
Spouses:

Name: Supply WEEKS [3222]
Born: 26 Aug 1671[3220] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Married: 4 Jun 1699[14781] at: Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 22 Sep 1755[3221] at: Marlborough, Middlesex Co., Ma
Spouses: Susanna BARNES

Name: Thomas WEEKS [9735]
Born: 20 Nov 1673[9733] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Died: BEF 27 Dec 1695[9734] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Spouses:

Name: Hannah WEEKS [9732]
Born: 14 May 1676[9730] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Died: 3 Aug 1683[9731] at: Dorchester, Suffolk co., Massachusetts
Spouses:

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[9713] AMMIEL,2(*) (son of George,) b. in England in 1633, was admitted to thechurch in Dorchester, with his wife Elizabeth,(+) May 18, 1656; was "madeffree and took his oathe" May 6, 1657. The earliest mention in the townrecords of his holding land, is in 1657. He was a constable in 1673; wasone of a commission to run a town line in 1673, again in 1674 and 1678;he held other positions of trust at different times. It would appear fromthe inventory of his estate (Appendix, A. 5) that he inherited theprofession of land surveyor from his father. He died April 20, 1679, aged46. His wife Elizabeth was administrator of his estate.

Source: Genealogy of the Family of George Weeks of Dorchester,Massachusetts, by Weeks, Robert D., Press of L.J. Hardham. New Jersey.1885, CS71.W39

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Ammiel Weekes was born in Devonshire, England, baptized there at Seaton,admitted to the church in Dorchester 18 May 1656 with his
wife, and was made Freeman 6 May 1657. He held land as early as 1657; wasconstable 1673; was one of a commission to run a town
line in 1673, 1674 and 1678. Like his father, he was apparently a landsurveyor, based upon the articles in the inventory of his estate. His
wife survived him and became his executor. In 1885, their gravestoneswere still standing in the southwest part of the graveyard on
Stoughton St., Dorchester "near Upham's Corner."

The following sources all quote approximate birth years of 1632-1636:NEHGS "Register," Vol 100, April, 1946, pg. 167 & "Old Dorchester," NEHGS"Register," Vol 5, pg. 467 & "Gen. Dictionary of the First Settlers ofNew England," James Savage, 1860-1862 & Robert D. Weeks, Genealogy of theFamily of George Weeks of Dorchester, MA, (Newark, NJ, 1885), pg. 32 &"Dorchester Inscriptions," NEHGS "Register," Vol 4, pg. 167.


Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[9716]
Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[9709] Among the soldiers enlisted in an expedition to Canada, Oct. 3, 1690,under command of Capt. John Withington, appear the names of Ammiel Weeks,Jr., "Sergeant," Joseph Weeks, "Clerk," and Thomas Weeks--the two latterbeing brothers of Ammiel.

[In the Registry of Deeds for Worcester county, is recorded a deed datedJuly 14, 1736, from "George Weekes of Harwich, in the county ofBarnstable, only child and heir of Ammiel Weekes, late of Dorchester," toTimothy Green, of certain lands which the said Ammiel had received asbounty lands on account of service in the expedition to Canada, abovementioned. The necessary inference is, that neither the brother norsisters of George, nor any children of theirs, were then living.]

Source: The "Mary & John" - Dyer. 106, Frank Dyer.448474-072699124251. 21 Sharren Lane, Enfield, Ct, United States ofAmerica 06082, frankd1075@aol.com.


Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[9748]
Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[9745]
Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[9742] Savage says Elizabeth born 18 Oct. 1657, confirmed in "Boston Records -Dorchester Births," NEHGS "Register," Vol 11, pg. 331. Savagealso says that it was this Elizabeth, dau. of Ammiel, who md. Timothy orRichard Mather, while the Weeks Genealogy says that
Elizabeth, widow of William Weeks, md. Timothy Mather; the latter is muchmore consistent with Mather's age.

Is this the Elizabeth Weeks who married Charles Williams at Marlborough,MA 11 Jan. 1687, both of Worcester, whom William Weeks
(d. Enfield 1690) called kinswoman? See "Notes, Addenda and Errata -Williams," The American Genealogist, Vol. 35, 1959, pg. 111.


Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[9727]
Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[9725]
Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[9739]
Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[9751]
Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[3222] Supply Weeks obtained his unusual name per the following story in"Genealogy of George Weeks," pg. 167: "At the time of his birth,there was a great scarcity of provisions (in Dorchester) on account ofdrought; on the night of his birth, a vessel with supplies arrived, incommemoration of which timely relief the child was named Supply." He wasbaptized 31 Dec. 1671.

Supply was a farmer and shoemaker. As late as 1885, his homestead wasstill being farmed by a descendant, Deacon William Lyman
Weeks and, in 1883, there was a large wooden chest in the house deeplyincised with the initials S.W. and dated 1697; this detail was
nearly one foot square.


Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[9735] A farmer. Enlisted in the 1690 expedition to Canada. The date shown asdate of death is date of his estate's administrator's bond. His brothersand sisters were hisa heirs, brother Ebenezer his administrator andbrothers Supply and Joseph were sureties.


Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

[9732]
Corrections and or additions accompanied with sources are appreciated.

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[9710] [S140]

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[9736] [S141]

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Samuel SPOFFORD / Sarah STICKNEY


Husband: Samuel SPOFFORD

Born: 16 Feb 1688at: Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts
Married: at:
Died: at: Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts
Father: Samuel SPOFFORD
Mother: Sarah BURKBEE
Spouses: Sarah STICKNEY

Wife: Sarah STICKNEY

Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Samuel SPOFFORD

CHILDREN

Name: Amos SPOFFORD
Born: at:
Married: at:
Died: at:
Spouses: LIVING

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Josiah ARNOLD / Bridget NEIDAM


Husband: Josiah ARNOLD

Born: 25 Aug 1707[5989] at:
Married: 3 May 1761[15296] at:
Died: at:
Father: Josiah ARNOLD
Mother: Mary SANFORD
Spouses: Lydia GARDNER , Bridget NEIDAM

Wife: Bridget NEIDAM

Born: [6005] at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Josiah ARNOLD

CHILDREN

Name: Abigail ARNOLD
Born: 20 Apr 1762[6006] at:
Died: at:
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Name: Lydia ARNOLD
Born: 19 Sep 1763[6007] at:
Died: 25 Feb 1765[6008] at:
Spouses:

Name: William Benedict ARNOLD
Born: 19 Jul 1764[6009] at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Sanford ARNOLD
Born: 12 Sep 1767[6010] at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Mary ARNOLD
Born: 23 Jun 1773[6011] at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

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[15296] [S23]

[5989] [S23]

[6005] [S23]

[6006] [S23]

[6007] [S23]

[6008] [S23]

[6009] [S23]

[6010] [S23]

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Roger SHAW / SUSANNA


Husband: Roger SHAW

Born: at:
Married: AFT Jul 1653[15896] at:
Died: 29 May 1661[11582] at: Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: ANN , SUSANNA
Notes: [11586]
Sources: [11587]

Wife: SUSANNA

Born: at:
Died: 28 Jan 1654[11657] at: Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Roger SHAW

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[11586] A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England 1620-1675, p 261:

*ROGER, Cambridge 1636, freeman 1638; removed to Hampton, which he represented in 1651 and 1652. He d. 1660, leaving sons, Joseph and Benjamin, and 4 daughters.


Genealogical and Historical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, p. 626:

13 *Roger, Hampton, first at Cambridge, freeman 14 Mar. 1638-9, called R. S. sr. of Cambridge 15 Nov. 1647 when he bot John Cross' Hampt. houses and land (Essex Antiquarian i:22). He had been selectman and town clerk in Cambr. Tr.j. (N.H.) 1648, 1649; gr.j. 1651; selectman 1649, 1654; Com. t.e.s.c. 1651; Rep. 1651, 1652, 1653; constable 1654; lic. to sell wine 1654. Lists 53, 66, 392b(2), 393a(2). His wife in Cambridge was Anne, his 2d w. Susanna, wid. of William Tilton(5), who d. 28 Jan. 1655, he 29 May 1661. Will, 25 Aug. 1660, cod. 20 Mar. 1660-1, names 2 sons, 4 daus, and 2 Tiltons. Called 'sr.' in 1647, but no 'jr.' seen. Kn. ch: Joseph, Margaret, m. Thomas Ward(9). Ann, m. Samuel Fogg(4). Hester (Esther), b. in Cambr. June 1638. Mary, d. in Cambr. 26 Jan. 1639. Benjamin, a minor in 1660. Mary, b. in Cambr. 29 Sept. 1645, m. Thomas Parker(26).

[15896] [S27]

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[11584] [S283]

[11585] [S27]

[11582] [S27]

[11583] [S283]

[11657] [S27]

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