William Henry DREW / LIVING


Husband: William Henry DREW

Born: at:
Married: at:
Died: at:
Father: Barnet DREW
Mother: Susan WILLIAMS
Spouses: LIVING

Wife: LIVING

Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: William Henry DREW

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Jonas HOUGHTON / Mary BRIGHAM


Husband: Jonas HOUGHTON

Born: at:
Married: at: , , Massachusetts
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Mary BRIGHAM
Notes: [3302]

Wife: Mary BRIGHAM

Born: 26 Oct 1687at: Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: at:
Father: Thomas BRIGHAM
Mother: Mary RICE
Spouses: Jonas HOUGHTON
Notes: [3254]

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[3302] Hudson's Marlborough

[3254] Cutter's NEF series 3

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Abijah Lathrop BRUNDAGE / Nancy BUSH


Husband: Abijah Lathrop BRUNDAGE

Born: 23 Apr 1780at:
Married: 11 Jul 1839at: Neversink, Orange, New York
Died: 22 Dec 1850at:
Father: John BRUNDAGE
Mother: Martha OGDEN
Spouses: Sarah LAIN , Nancy BUSH

Wife: Nancy BUSH

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Spouses: Abijah Lathrop BRUNDAGE

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Kenelm WINSLOW / Ellen NEWTON


Husband: Kenelm WINSLOW

Born: ABT 1599[6142] at:
Married: Jun 1634[15318] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: 1672[6144] [6145] at: Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
Father: Edward WINSLOW
Mother: Magdalen OLLYVER
Spouses: Ellen NEWTON
Notes: [6147]

Wife: Ellen NEWTON

Born: ABT 1598[6166] at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Kenelm WINSLOW , John ADAMS
Notes: [6168]

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[6147] to Plymouth 1631, Marshfield by 1643

[6168] Her birth date is calculated from her death date and supposed age at the time of her death, but Anderson (The Great Migration Begins), in the sketch of her first husband, John ADAMS, says that her supposed age was almost certainly inflated.

[15318] [S24]

[6142] [S24]

[6143] [S24]

[6144] [S24]

[6145] [S3]

[6146] [S24]

[6166] [S24]

[6167] [S24]

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Richard SNOW / Avis BARRETT


Husband: Richard SNOW

Born: 21 Dec 1608at: prob. Barnstaple, Devon, England
Married: ABT 1639[15906] at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 5 May 1677at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Avis BARRETT
Notes: [11361]

Wife: Avis BARRETT

Born: ABT 1616at: England
Died: AFT 1677at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Richard SNOW
Notes: [11362]

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Name: John SNOW [11360]
Born: ABT 1640at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Married: 1667[15895] at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 25 Nov 1706[11359] at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Spouses: Mary GREEN

Name: James SNOW [11367]
Born: ABT 1642[11366] at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 28 Jan 1707at: Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts
Spouses:

Name: Daniel SNOW [11365]
Born: 4 Feb 1644[11363] at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 18 Jul 1646[11364] at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Spouses:

Name: Samuel SNOW [11369]
Born: 28 May 1647[11368] at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 28 Nov 1717at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Spouses:

Name: Zachariah SNOW [11371]
Born: 29 Mar 1649[11370] at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 14 Apr 1711at: Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts
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[11361] 1 _FA1
2 DATE 24 JAN 1888
2 PLAC sgeor
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA2
2 DATE 27 JAN 1888
2 PLAC sgeor
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA6
2 DATE MAY 1677
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996


Snows of the English colonies were: Nicholas of Plymouth and Eastham; Anthony of Plymouth and Marshfield; William of Plymouth and Bridgewater; Richard of Woburn; Thomas of Boston. Anthony's issue in the male lline failed in the third generation. Thomas i not know to have perpetuated in his name.

Richard Snow, it is probable, was a native of Barnstable, England. In the parish register of the place is to be found the following: "Richard, son of Patrick Snow, baptized Dec. 21 1608." The Richared Snow who sailed from Gravesend for the Barbados, Nov. 20, 1635, has his age given as 28, in which case he would have been born previous to November 1608. The marriage of Patrick Snow to Marie Sweate is given in the same registeras having taken place on June 26, 1600. Several other Patrick Snows and some by the name of Richard are mentioned in the Barnstable records. There is a hiatus of ten years between the sailing of Richard Snow from London and the first record of Richard Snow in Woburn. In the meantime, he had married and had two children. He was the earliest inhabitant of Woburn bearing his name. He was taxed there in the Rate of the Countyassessed Sept. 8, 1645, which was the first tax in Woburn on record.

In 1659, Richard Snow was dismissed from ordinary trainings in consideration of his insufficiency to bear arms - Middlesex County Court Records, Vol. 1, p. 183.

Richard probably came over on the ship Expedition. Will was dated November 30, 1676 and probated June 19, 1677. He bequeathed property to his wife, Ann, and sons John, James, Samuel, and Zachary.

Will of Richard Snow:
That I Richard Snow of Woubourne, in the County of Middlesex in the Massachusetts collony in new england, altho weake in body yet perfect in sences do make this my last will and testament to dispose of that little estate the lord hath bestowed on mee: I do make my beloved wife Avis Snow and my youngest son Zachary Snow to my Executores. I do bequeath to my eldest son John Snow on parcell of land that his house now standeth on and one parcell of meddow that he hath now in his p;ossession: It: to my sone James Snow I do bequeath one parcell of land in hungry plain feill halfe my land there that is to say halfe my broke up land from the end of the broke upo land to run with a straight line to the swampe and halfe my lott att the Cedar swampe; and one parcell of meddow calle hart hole; and one parcell of meddow in mapple meddow from a point of uopland in the meddow with a stright line to the river: and a third part of my devision of timber and a third of what is to be layd out: It: to my son Samuel Snow I do bequeath halfe my land joyning to my house and halfe the swampe with the convenienceyes: and two akers of meddow on the other side of the mapple meddow river; and a third part of my devision of timer; and a third part of what is to be layd out: and ahlfe my meddow at Steprocke; and the rest of my land att hungry plain to be equally devided between my sone Samuell and my sone Zachary: It: I do require that my sons equally do pay to my beloved wife twenty bushells of corne yearly as followeth: five bushells of wheat and five of ry; and five bushells of barley; and five bushells of Indian corne: and the keeping of two cowes summer and winter yearly: and foure cords of wood yearly and after my funeral and my lagacyes this bestowed: I make my beloved wife Avis and my son Zachary my executores this 30th of the eleventh month 1676; unto which we have sett our hands.

Witness our hands. Richard Snow (his X mark); Francis Wyman, Allen Convers, Zachariah Convers. Sworn in Court by Francis Wyman and Allen Convers: as attest - J R C.
(In old records Agnes is often written as Anis, or Annis, also Anne or Ann.)

An Inventory of the Estate of Richard Snow, Deceased
Dwelling house, barn, orchard ten acres of land50-00-00
Nine acres of meddow30-00-00
Seventy five Acres of wood-land40-00-00
Eleven Acres of Remote Land16-00-00
Thirteen Acres of plow-land within fense19-00-00
One pair of oxen08-00-00
One cow and an heifer04-00-00
Swine and fowles01-02-06
Yoake, shovel, Ax, chaine and forks00-15-00
Two beds wth. the funiture belonging06-00-00
Table-cloath napkins00-06-00
In wearing cloaths02-05-00
One chest, and box00-05-00
One kettle, pot, skellets01-10-00
Pot-hooks, tramel, frying-pan, tongs00-16-00
Warming-pan, fire shovel, gridiron00-10-00
Pewter and tin-ware00-15-00
Earthen Ware00 03-00
Dishes spoons milk-treys00-05-00
Beer-Barells, tubs, pailes and other wooden ware01-00-00
Two bibles and other sermon books01-00-00
Churn, fan, hogshead, meat tub00-10-00
Bags sives, meal-trogh and a wheel01-00-00
Chairs, table, hamer pincers00-10-00
Sword and gun00-16-00
Bell, siths and tackling00 07-00
In Indean and Rie both corn and meal01-06-00
In meat00-14-00
Total 188-16-06

Witness heerof: Joseph Wright, Samuel Carter: Sworn in Court by Zech: Snow, June 19, '77, J.R. C1

F.H. Snow writes from Chancellor's office, University fo Kansas, Lawrence, Kan., Mar. 5, 1900, to M.O. Snow of Concord, Mich.: "I visited the town of Woburn in 1898, and visited the farm originally occupied by Richard Snow. The house in which he resided has long since perished. The cellar still remained and showed the exact lacations of the house."
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Title: History of the Family of Benjamin Snow Who is a Descendant of
Richard Snow of Woburn, Massachusetts
Abbrev: Fam of Benjamin Snow
Author: Wilcox, Owen N.
Publication: Press of The Gates Legal Publishing Company, Cleveland, Ohio,
1907
Note:
The copy of this work at the NEHGS contains a page bound between pages 6 and 7 that reads:

CORRECTION NOTE.
The reader will note that on page seven of this book appears the statement that Richard Snow of Woburn died in 1711, and that consequently he could hardly have been one and the same with Richard Snow of the ship "Expedition". My authority for the date of the death of Richard Snow of Woburn was Sewall's History of Woburn. This date was evidently an error, for Richard died, as I have since learned, on May 5, 1677, leaving a will dated 30 (11) i.e. Nov 30, 1676 [shouldn't this be Jan 30, 1676/7?], and which was probated June 19, 1677. By this instrument he bequeathed property to his wife Ann, and sons, John, James, Samuel and Zachary.

This information effectually removes all the haze and uncertainty respecting Richard Snow's years that appear in this Volume, and the identity of Richard Snow of Woburn with the Richard Snow of the ship "Expedition" becomes not only possible, but quite probable.

The compiler hopes that this explanatory note will overcome any false impression which he may have unwittingly created by his
printed words, and he feels sure that it will add considerably to the genealogical value of the book.
Repository:
Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society

[11362] 1 _FA1
2 DATE 24 JAN 1888
2 PLAC sgeor
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA2
2 DATE 26 JAN 1888
2 PLAC sgeor
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996

[11360] 1 _FA1
2 DATE 24 JAN 1888
2 PLAC sgeor
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA2
2 DATE 27 JAN 1888
2 PLAC sgeor
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA3
2 DATE 15 AUG 1894
2 PLAC sgeor
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA6
2 DATE NOV 1706
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996

[11367] 1 _FA1
2 DATE 24 JAN 1888
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA2
2 DATE 2 FEB 1888
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA3
2 DATE 15 AUG 1894
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996

[11365] 1 _FA1
2 DATE 4 AUG 1885
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA2
2 DATE 14 AUG 1885
2 PLAC logan
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA3
2 DATE 15 AUG 1894
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996

[11369] 1 _FA1
2 DATE 22 SEP 1885
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA2
2 DATE 9 OCT 1885
2 PLAC logan
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA3
2 DATE 15 AUG 1894
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996


He was employed in 1710 as chief workman in building the new meeting-house in Andover, MA, North Parish. (from: Vital Records of Woburn, Middlesex, MA to the end of the year 1849, p. 259, note at bottom of page)

[11371] 1 _FA1
2 DATE 22 SEP 1885
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA2
2 DATE 14 OCT 1885
2 PLAC logan
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996
1 _FA3
2 DATE 11 OCT 1977
2 PLAC slake
2 SOUR Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5019, Date of Import: May 18, 1996

[15906] [S8]

[11359] [S20]

[11366] [S8]

[11363] [S20]

[11364] [S20]

[11368] [S20]

[11370] [S20]

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