Timothy DALTON [Rev.] / (Unknown)


Husband: Timothy DALTON [Rev.]

Born: ABT 1593at:
Married: at:
Died: 28 Oct 1661at: Hampton, Rockingham, Nh
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Ruth PARKHURST

Wife:

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Name: Mary DALTON
Born: ABT 1620at: , , , England
Married: BEF 1641[14129] at: Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Died: 19 Nov 1683at: Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouses: Thomas CARTER

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Daniel SHEDD / Sarah


Husband: Daniel SHEDD

Born: 1596at: Finchingfield, Braintree, Essex, England
Married: 1617at: , , , England
Died: 1657at: Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Father: Thomas SHEDD
Mother: Katherine
Spouses: Sarah

Wife: Sarah

Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Daniel SHEDD

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Name: Daniel SHEDD
Born: 25 Jun 1620at: Finchingfield, Braintree, Essex, England
Married: 1646at: Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts
Died: 27 Jul 1708at: Billerica, , Massachusetts
Spouses: Mary GURNEY , Elizabeth GURNEY

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Joseph GILLSON Jr / Elizabeth LAWRENCE


Husband: Joseph GILLSON Jr

Born: 8 Jan 1667at: Groton, Middlesex, Ma
Married: ABT 1698at: Groton, Middlesex, Ma
Died: 20 Aug 1735at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Father: Joseph GILLSON
Mother: Mary COOPER
Spouses: Elizabeth LAWRENCE , Hepsibah

Wife: Elizabeth LAWRENCE

Born: 6 Sep 1674at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 20 Oct 1675at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Father: Nathaniel LAWRENCE
Mother: Sarah MORSE
Spouses: Joseph GILLSON Jr

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Name: Jerimiah GILLSON
Born: 10 Jan 1696at: Groton, Middlesex, Ma
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Sarah GILSON
Born: 25 Dec 1698at: Groton, Middlesex, Ma
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Elizabeth GILSON
Born: 26 Dec 1691at: , , Massachusetts
Married: 26 Apr 1743at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 4 Dec 1770at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Spouses: Abraham MORSE

Name: Jonas GILSON Sr
Born: May 1701at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Married: 8 Nov 1726at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 1 Nov 1738at: Lunenburg, Worcester, Massachusetts
Spouses: Hannah GOODRIDGE

Name: Mary GILLSON
Born: 8 Feb 1703at: Groton, Middlesex, Ma
Married: 14 Dec 1719at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Spouses: Joseph FARWELL III

Name: Isaac GILSON
Born: <1705>at:
Died: AFT 20 Aug 1735at:
Spouses:

Name: Eunice GILLSON
Born: 12 Jan 1706at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Married: at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 10 Apr 1774at: Harvard, Worcester, Ma
Spouses: Ebenezer SPRAGUE

Name: Isaac GILLSON Sr
Born: 5 Sep 1708at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Married: 15 Jan 1730at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 20 Oct 1739at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Spouses: Dorothy KEMP

Name: Eunice GILSON
Born: <1709>at: <, , Ma>
Died: AFT 20 Aug 1735at:
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Name: Elizabeth GILSON
Born: 11 Feb 1721at: Groton, Middlesex, Ma
Married: 2 Feb 1737at: Andover, Essex Co, Ma
Died: 1770at: Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Spouses: Samuel KEMP Jr

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John MOSES / Anne


Husband: John MOSES

Born: 1616[4329] at: , , , England
Married: 1667at:
Died: AFT Mar 1693at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Alice , Anne
Notes: [4330]

Wife: Anne

Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: John MOSES
Sources: [4332]

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[4330] To Casco Bay, Maine as an apprentice @ age 14.At 21 went to Sagamore Creek, NH., near
Strawberry Bank and Portsmouth. He was the first settler at Sagamore Creek, abt 1638/9.

[4329] [S28]

[4332] [S28]

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Edward STEPHENS / SHERMAN


Husband: Edward STEPHENS

Born: [6021] at:
Married: ABT 1666[15301] [15302] at: Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: 1698[6022] at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: SHERMAN

Wife: SHERMAN

Born: ABT 1648[6020] at:
Died: at:
Father: William SHERMAN
Mother: Prudence HILL
Spouses: Edward STEPHENS

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Name: William STEPHENS
Born: [6023] at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

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[15301] [S8]

[15302] [S24]

[6021] [S24]

[6022] [S8]

[6020] [S24]

[6023] [S24]

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James CUTLER / Anna CAKEBREAD


Husband: James CUTLER

Born: 21 May 1605at: Sproughton, Suffolk, England
Married: BEF 1635at:
Died: 17 Jul 1694[11345] at: Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Father: Thomas CUTLER
Mother: Anne DOUNDY
Spouses: Anna CAKEBREAD , Mary ? , Phoebe PAGE
Notes: [11346]

Wife: Anna CAKEBREAD

Born: ABT 1610at: England
Died: ABT 30 Jul 1644at: Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: James CUTLER

CHILDREN

Name: James CUTLER
Born: 6 Sep 1635[11341] at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Hannah CUTLER
Born: 26 May 1638[11343] at: Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: WFT Est 1662-1729at: Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Spouses:

Name: Elizabeth CUTLER
Born: 28 Nov 1639[11340] at:
Died: at:
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Name: Mary CUTLER
Born: 29 Jan 1642[11342] at:
Died: at:
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[11346] From: Cutler Memorial and Genealogical History. Author: Nahum S. Cutler. Call Number: CS71.C989

JAMES CUTLER, born in England in 1606, settled as early as 1634 in (*)Watertown, Mass., where the first record of the family name in New England is to be found, and was one of the original grantees of land in the northerly part of the town, on the road to Belmont. He married Anna (???), tradition says a sister of (+)Capt. John Grout's wife, both of whom were so opposed and tantalized in England for their Puritanism, that they resolved to seek their fortunes in New England, and came unattended by parents or near friends. There is no authentic record by which to fix the year of James Cutler's arrival here. His first child, James, was born "ye 6th day 9th month 1635." He had that year passed all necessary probation, had been received an inhabitant of Watertown, and had a house-lot assigned him. It contained eight acres, bounded east by Thomas Boylston, west and north by a highway, i. e., by Common street and Pond road, south by Ellias Barron. In the first "great divide" (that is, general division of land), July 25, 1636, he was assigned twenty-five acres, and three acres in the further plain (now Waltham), next to the river. In 1642, from the farm lands, he had assigned him eighty-two acres in the fourth division.

December 13, 1649, James Cutler and Nathaniel Bowman, for 70, bought of Edward Goffe 200 acres in Cambridge Farms, adjoining Rock Meadow, and near to or adjoining Waltham, "payable in instalments of 10 annually, in money, cattle, hogs, wheat, pease, rice Indian corn or barlie, at the dwelling house of Edward Goffe, in Cambridge," and payment secured by mortgage. March 4, 1651, Cutler sold his share (100 acres) to Bowman for 39. About this time, he settled at Cambridge Farms (now Lexington), on what is now known as Wood street, near the place where William Hartwell resides, not far from the Concord (now Bedford) line. A part of the farm has been in the family until recently, when it was sold by the heirs of Leonard Cutler. He is supposed to have built one of the first houses at the Farms; vestiges of the cellar still remain. The house was located some thirty rods from the present highway, on an elevation commanding an extensive view. (*)James Cutler buried his first wife, Anna, September 30, 1644, and married, second, March 9, 1645, Mary, widow of (+)Thomas King. She died December 7, 1654, and he married his third wife, Phoebe, daughter of ??John Page, about 1660. Mr. Cutler was too remote from Watertown, and especially from Cambridge, to have admitted of his serving in town affairs in either place. He made his will November 24, 1684, at Cambridge Farms, being then seventy-eight, and died May 17, 1694, aged eighty-eight.

(*)James Gutler and others signed a petition to the General Court, in October, 1682, to be set off as a distinct parish, having no ministry without going from five to ten miles. The people of Cambridge zealously opposed the separation and the passage of the petition was not granted. The oldest paper
upon the records at Lexington is a subscription list, in 1691, for the purpose of erecting a meeting-house in the precinct. It was signed by forty-one persons, among whom were Thomas Cutler, 2; James Cutler, 1; John Cutler, 12s.; and a tax bill for salary for the minister, from May 1, 1692, to May 1, 1693: John Cutler, 10s. 6d.; Thomas Cutler, 18s. 9d.

[11345] [S20]

[11341] [S20]

[11343] [S20]

[11340] [S20]

[11342] [S20]

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