Lydia Jacob1

Female, #63061, (18 Apr 1681 - 28 Jan 1741/42)
Father*Capt. John Jacob1 (c 1630 - 18 Sep 1693)
Mother*Mary Russell1 (c 1641 - 2 Oct 1691)
Birth*18 Apr 1681 She was born on 18 Apr 1681 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Mother2 Oct 1691 Her mother Mary Russell died on 2 Oct 1691 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Father18 Sep 1693 Her father Capt. John Jacob died on 18 Sep 1693 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Married Name17 Jan 1698/99  As of 17 Jan 1698/99, her married name was Goold.1 
Marriage*17 Jan 1698/99 She married Capt. John Goold at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 17 Jan 1698/99 at age 17. Their children include:
     i.     Lydia Goold (13 Dec 1702-aft 1779)
     ii.     Elizabeth Goold (15 Aug 1704-)
     iii.     John Goold (Died soon) (16 Oct 1707-26 Dec 1707)
     iv.     Robert Goold (15 Feb 1711-20 Jun 1734)
     v.     Samuel Goold (1 Apr 1713-bef 1753)
     vi.     Judith Goold (4 Jul 1715-May 1761)
     vii.     Capt. John Goold (23 Feb 1718-21 Feb 1777)
     viii.     Jacob Goold (10 Jan 1720-Dec 1795)
     ix.     James Goold (21 Jan 1721/2-27 Jun 1803.)1,2 
Death*28 Jan 1741/42 She died at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 28 Jan 1741/42 at age 60.1,3 

Family

Capt. John Goold (circa 1672 - 16 Nov 1762)
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  3. Hull Vital Records.

Capt. John Goold1

Male, #63062, (circa 1672 - 16 Nov 1762)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Gould.1 
Birth*circa 1672 He was born circa 1672 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts. He was the son of Robert Goold (ca 1645-1718/9) and Mehitable Bosworth (ca 1647-bef 1690.)1 
Marriage*17 Jan 1698/99 He married Lydia Jacob at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 17 Jan 1698/99. Their children include:
     i.     Lydia Goold (13 Dec 1702-aft 1779)
     ii.     Elizabeth Goold (15 Aug 1704-)
     iii.     John Goold (Died soon) (16 Oct 1707-26 Dec 1707)
     iv.     Robert Goold (15 Feb 1711-20 Jun 1734)
     v.     Samuel Goold (1 Apr 1713-bef 1753)
     vi.     Judith Goold (4 Jul 1715-May 1761)
     vii.     Capt. John Goold (23 Feb 1718-21 Feb 1777)
     viii.     Jacob Goold (10 Jan 1720-Dec 1795)
     ix.     James Goold (21 Jan 1721/2-27 Jun 1803.)1,2 
Death of Spouse28 Jan 1741/42 His wife Lydia Jacob died on 28 Jan 1741/42 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Occupation* He was a cordwainer (shoemaker).1 
Death*16 Nov 1762 He died at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 16 Nov 1762.1,3 

Family

Lydia Jacob (18 Apr 1681 - 28 Jan 1741/42)
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  3. Hull Vital Records.

Abigail Jacob1

Female, #63063, (13 Nov 1683 - 29 Apr 1749)
Father*Capt. John Jacob1 (c 1630 - 18 Sep 1693)
Mother*Mary Russell1 (c 1641 - 2 Oct 1691)
Birth*13 Nov 1683 She was born on 13 Nov 1683 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Mother2 Oct 1691 Her mother Mary Russell died on 2 Oct 1691 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Father18 Sep 1693 Her father Capt. John Jacob died on 18 Sep 1693 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Married Name15 Aug 1705  As of 15 Aug 1705, her married name was Gill.1 
Marriage*15 Aug 1705 She married Lt. Nathaniel Gill at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 15 Aug 1705 at age 21. Their children include:
     i.     Thomas Gill (12 Oct 1707-9 Mar 1761)
     ii.     Nathaniel Gill (1 Nov 1710-12 Feb 1762)
     iii.     Abigail Gill (Died soon) (30 Mar 1712-27 Nov 1712)
     iv.     Mary Gill
     v.     Samuel Gill (9 Apr 1717-19 Jun 1772.)1,2 
Death of Spouse4 Apr 1734 Her husband Lt. Nathaniel Gill died on 4 Apr 1734 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death*29 Apr 1749 She died at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 29 Apr 1749 at age 65.1,2 

Family

Lt. Nathaniel Gill (31 Dec 1674 - 4 Apr 1734)
Marriage*15 Aug 1705 She married Lt. Nathaniel Gill at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 15 Aug 1705 at age 21. Their children include:
     i.     Thomas Gill (12 Oct 1707-9 Mar 1761)
     ii.     Nathaniel Gill (1 Nov 1710-12 Feb 1762)
     iii.     Abigail Gill (Died soon) (30 Mar 1712-27 Nov 1712)
     iv.     Mary Gill
     v.     Samuel Gill (9 Apr 1717-19 Jun 1772.)1,2 
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.

Lt. Nathaniel Gill1

Male, #63064, (31 Dec 1674 - 4 Apr 1734)
Birth*31 Dec 1674 He was born on 31 Dec 1674 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts. He was the son of Lieut. Thomas Gill (8 Mar 1648/9-3 Sep 1725) and Susanna Wilson (ca 1648-29 Dec 1725.)1,2 
Marriage*15 Aug 1705 He married Abigail Jacob at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 15 Aug 1705 at age 30. Their children include:
     i.     Thomas Gill (12 Oct 1707-9 Mar 1761)
     ii.     Nathaniel Gill (1 Nov 1710-12 Feb 1762)
     iii.     Abigail Gill (Died soon) (30 Mar 1712-27 Nov 1712)
     iv.     Mary Gill
     v.     Samuel Gill (9 Apr 1717-19 Jun 1772.)1,2 
Occupation* He was Nathaniel, selectman 1717, 1721, 1733. Nathaniel and Abigail resided on North St., near Hobart’s Bridge.1,2 
Death*4 Apr 1734 He died at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 4 Apr 1734 at age 59.1,2 

Family

Abigail Jacob (13 Nov 1683 - 29 Apr 1749)
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.

Nicholas Jacob1

Male, #63065, (circa 1604 - 5 Jun 1657)
Ancestry Unknown* Information about the ancestry and siblings of Nicholas Jacob is wanted. See page footer for contact information. 
Birth*circa 1604 He was born circa 1604 at Hingham, co. Norfolk, England. It is sometimes said that Nicholas was the son of Richard & Winifrede (Chambers) Jacob, with various birth years ranging from 1597 to 1605, also said to be baptized 14 Mar 1604/5 at Hingham, Norfolk.1,2 
Marriage*circa 1629 He married Mary Gilman at England circa 1629.1 
Birth of Soncirca 1630 His son Capt. John Jacob was born circa 1630 at Hingham, co. Norfolk, England.1,3 
Birth of Soncirca 1642 His son Josiah Jacob was born circa 1642 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death of Son23 Nov 1642 His son Josiah Jacob died on 23 Nov 1642 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Birth of Soncirca 1646 His son Joseph Jacob was born circa 1646 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Occupation* He was an innkeeper.1 
Biography* Nicholas, of Hingham, Norfolk, England, arrived in Boston with his wife Mary, son John, and daughter Mary on 15 Jun 1633 on the ship Elizabeth Bonaventure from Yarmouth, England, and went first to Watertown, MA.4

Nicholas was admitted freeman 1636 in Watertown. He was a proprietor of a homestall there in 1642. Later moved to Hingham.5

Immigrant ancestor of the Jacobs, was one of the very few early planters who came to Bare Cove, now Hingham, MA, prior to the arrival of Rev. Peter Hobart and his company in 1636. According to the Cushing manuscript, “Nicolas Jacob with his wife and two children and their cosen Thomas Lincoln, weaver, came from Old Hingham (England) and settled in this Hingham, 1633." In September, 1635, he had a grant of a house lot at Hingham. He lived at Watertown for a short time before that, however, and owned a homestead which he sold before 1636. In June, 1636, he had granted to him six acre of planting ground upon Weariall Hill, and June 4, 1636, the first of the great lots next to the Weymouth river and a lot of six acres "at the head of the plain next to Edeard Gilman, his brother-in-law." He was selectman in 1636; one of the committee of nine to divide Conohasset in 1640; deputy to the general court in 1648-49; one of the three commissioners to be presented to the general court in 1656. He was honored with various other trusts by his townsmen. He kept an ordinary in Hingham in 1640.3

Was rep. 1648 and 1649. Usually the progeny of Nicholas reject the final s, that is, Jacob is preferred to Jacobs.6

“Nicholas, the ancestor of all the families bearing this surname in Hingham and vicinity, was one of the very few early planters who came to ‘Bare Cove’ prior to the arrival of Rev. Peter Hobart and his company in 1635. According to Cushing’s MS., ‘Nicholas Jacob with his wife and two children and their cosen Thomas Lincoln, weaver, came from Old Hingham and settled in this Hingham, 1633.’ In Sept.1635, he had a grant of a house-lot containing three acres on Town St., second from the way leading to Broad Cove, which is about where the homestead belonging to heirs of the late William O. Lincoln is located [in 1893]. Other lands were also granted to him at different dates for planting purposes. He was made freeman [3 Mar] 1635-36; was selectman in 1637; deputy to the General Court [10 May] 1648 and [2 May] 1649, and often engaged upon the business of the town. The christian name of his wife was Mary. She survived him, and m. secondly, March 10, 1G58-59, John Beal, widower. Nicholas d. 5 June, 1657, leaving an estate appraised at £393 8s. 6d. In his will of May 18, 1657, proved 25 July following, he gives to ‘wife Mary, the bed which she usually lyeth upon with all the furniture thereto oelooging to dispose of to whom she pleases;’ also £30 in money. To ‘my children, Joseph, Hannah, and Deborah £10 each, in addition to what they have already had... To eldest son John a double portion,’ ... and ‘to the rest of my children,’ viz.: Joseph Jacob, Mary Otis, Elizabeth Thaxter, Sarah Cushing, Hannah Jacob, and Deborah Jacob, equal shares, ‘and every one of them shall pay to their mother’ a stipulated sum, yearly. Witnesses, Edmund Pitts, Thomas Marsh, Matthew Hawke.”7

On 7 Oct 1640 ‘Nicho[las] Jacobs is allowed to keep an ordinary at Hingham.’ (MBCR 1:302)

Nicholas, along with three others, had the monopoly to build weirs at Lyford’s Liking to take alewives.1 
Death*5 Jun 1657 He died at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 5 Jun 1657.1,7 

Family

Mary Gilman (circa 1605 - 15 Jun 1681)
Marriage*circa 1629 He married Mary Gilman at England circa 1629.1 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart (#1)
WLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart (#2)
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (3 vols.), Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.
  3. William Richard Cutter, Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of the state of Massachusetts, New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1910, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.4 D2c.
  4. Lloyd Vernon Briggs, History and Genealogy of the Briggs Family, 1254-1937 (3 vols.), Boston: C. E. Goodspeed & Co, 1938, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 B768bL.
  5. Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts (2 vols.), Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1855, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.44 D2b.
  6. James Savage, A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England: showing three generations of those who came before May 1692, on the basis of Farmer's register, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974 D2s 1969.
  7. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.

Mary Gilman1

Female, #63066, (circa 1605 - 15 Jun 1681)
Father*Edward Gilman1 (22 Jun 1555 - 5 Mar 1631)
Mother*Mary Hawes1 (1561 - 9 Mar 1618)
Birth*circa 1605 She was born circa 1605 at Hingham, co. Norfolk, England.1 
Death of Mother9 Mar 1618 Her mother Mary Hawes died on 9 Mar 1618 at Caston, co. Norfolk, England.1 
Marriage*circa 1629 She married Nicholas Jacob at England circa 1629.1 
Married Namecirca 1629  As of circa 1629, her married name was Jacob.1 
Birth of Soncirca 1630 Her son Capt. John Jacob was born circa 1630 at Hingham, co. Norfolk, England.1,2 
Death of Father5 Mar 1631 Her father Edward Gilman died on 5 Mar 1631 at Caston, co. Norfolk, England.1 
Birth of Soncirca 1642 Her son Josiah Jacob was born circa 1642 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death of Son23 Nov 1642 Her son Josiah Jacob died on 23 Nov 1642 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Birth of Soncirca 1646 Her son Joseph Jacob was born circa 1646 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death of Spouse5 Jun 1657 Her husband Nicholas Jacob died on 5 Jun 1657 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Married Name10 Mar 1658/59  As of 10 Mar 1658/59, her married name was Beal.1 
Marriage*10 Mar 1658/59 She married John Beal at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 10 Mar 1658/59.1 
Death*15 Jun 1681 She died at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 15 Jun 1681.1 

Family 1

Nicholas Jacob (circa 1604 - 5 Jun 1657)
Marriage*circa 1629 She married Nicholas Jacob at England circa 1629.1 
Children

Family 2

John Beal (circa 1588 - 1 Apr 1688)
Marriage*10 Mar 1658/59 She married John Beal at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 10 Mar 1658/59.1 
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart (#1)
WLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart (#2)
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. William Richard Cutter, Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of the state of Massachusetts, New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1910, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.4 D2c.
  3. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.

John Beal1

Male, #63067, (circa 1588 - 1 Apr 1688)
Birth*circa 1588 He was born circa 1588 at England.1,2 
Immigration*10 Aug 1638 John arrived in Boston, 10 Aug 1638, in the ship Diligent from Hingham, England. He settled in Hingham, MA, and had six acres of land granted him on South St. in 1638.2 
Marriage*10 Mar 1658/59 He married Mary Gilman at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 10 Mar 1658/59.1 
Death of Spouse15 Jun 1681 His wife Mary Gilman died on 15 Jun 1681 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Occupation* He was a shoemaker.1 
Biography* “John came from the parish of Hingham, County of Norfolk Eng., to Hing. in the Massachusetts Bay, in 1638; and on the 18th of Sept of that year received a grant of land containing six acres on what is now South St., at or near the corner of Hersey St. Daniel Cushing, the fourth town clerk of our Hing., made the foll. record concerning the arrival of John Beal, Senr., and his family, viz.: ‘1638. John Beal, shoemaker, with his wife and five sons and three daughters and two servants, came from Old Hingham and settled in New Hingham.’ He was admitted a freeman in 1639, and in 1649 and 1659 was chosen to represent the town at the General Court of the Colony. His first wife, Nazareth Hobart, who was the mother of [some of] his children, was a dau. of Edmund and Margaret (Dewey) Hobart. She was b. at Eng. ab. 1600, and d. at Hing. 23 Sept. 1658. For his second wife he m. March 10, 1659, Mrs. Mary Jacob, the wid. of Nicholas Jacob. She d. at Hing. 15 June, 1681. John d. 1 Apr 1688. In noticing the death of the latter, David Hobart (s. of Rev. Peter), made the following record: ‘April 1, 1688, my Uncle John Beal died suddenly.’ Judge Sewall also wrote under the same date: ‘Father Beal of Hingham dies, æt. 100 yrs.’ In his will of 27 Sept. 1687, names ch. and gr. ch., leaving legacies to each.”.1,3 
Death*1 Apr 1688 He died at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 1 Apr 1688.1 

Family

Mary Gilman (circa 1605 - 15 Jun 1681)
Marriage*10 Mar 1658/59 He married Mary Gilman at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 10 Mar 1658/59.1 
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. William Henry Harrison Stowell, Stowell Genealogy: a record of the descendants of Samuel Stowell of Hingham, Massachusetts, Rutland, VT: Tuttle Co., 1922, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 1033914 #7.
  3. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.

Elizabeth Jacob1

Female, #63068, (circa 1634 - 24 Nov 1725)
Father*Nicholas Jacob1 (c 1604 - 5 Jun 1657)
Mother*Mary Gilman1 (c 1605 - 15 Jun 1681)
Birth*circa 1634 She was born circa 1634 at Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.1 
Married Name4 Dec 1648  As of 4 Dec 1648, her married name was Thaxter.1 
Marriage*4 Dec 1648 She married Lt. John Thaxter at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 4 Dec 1648. Their children include:
     i.     John Thaxter (Died soon) (4 Dec 1651-)
     ii.     Thomas Thaxter (4 Jun 1654-3 Sep 1704)
     iii.     Joseph Thaxter (1 Jun 1656-)
     iv.     Samuel Thaxter (Died young) (17 Nov 1658-bef 1665)
     v.     Elizabeth Thaxter (19 Feb 1660/1-6 Apr 1727) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     vi.     Benjamin Thaxter (4 Feb 1662/3-Mar 1720/1)
     vii.     Col. Samuel Thaxter (6 Aug 1665-13 Nov 1740)
     viii.     Mary Thaxter (19 Aug 1667-1737)
     ix.     Deborah Thaxter (14 Sep 1669-16 Feb 1712) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     x.     Sarah Thaxter (26 Sep 1671-ca 1726) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     xi.     Daniel Thaxter (Died soon) (1 Aug 1675-9 Jun 1676)
     xii.     Jonathan Thaxter (18 Apr 1677-.)1,2 
Death of Father5 Jun 1657 Her father Nicholas Jacob died on 5 Jun 1657 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Mother15 Jun 1681 Her mother Mary Gilman died on 15 Jun 1681 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death of Spouse14 Mar 1686/87 Her husband Lt. John Thaxter died on 14 Mar 1686/87 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Married Name23 Mar 1690/91  As of 23 Mar 1690/91, her married name was Cushing.1 
Marriage*23 Mar 1690/91 She married Daniel Cushing at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 23 Mar 1690/91. Sisters Elizabeth and Sarah Jacob married brothers Daniel and Matthew Cushing.1,2 
Death of Spouse3 Dec 1700 Her husband Daniel Cushing died on 3 Dec 1700 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death*24 Nov 1725 She died at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 24 Nov 1725.1,2 

Family 1

Lt. John Thaxter (1626 - 14 Mar 1686/87)
Marriage*4 Dec 1648 She married Lt. John Thaxter at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 4 Dec 1648. Their children include:
     i.     John Thaxter (Died soon) (4 Dec 1651-)
     ii.     Thomas Thaxter (4 Jun 1654-3 Sep 1704)
     iii.     Joseph Thaxter (1 Jun 1656-)
     iv.     Samuel Thaxter (Died young) (17 Nov 1658-bef 1665)
     v.     Elizabeth Thaxter (19 Feb 1660/1-6 Apr 1727) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     vi.     Benjamin Thaxter (4 Feb 1662/3-Mar 1720/1)
     vii.     Col. Samuel Thaxter (6 Aug 1665-13 Nov 1740)
     viii.     Mary Thaxter (19 Aug 1667-1737)
     ix.     Deborah Thaxter (14 Sep 1669-16 Feb 1712) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     x.     Sarah Thaxter (26 Sep 1671-ca 1726) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     xi.     Daniel Thaxter (Died soon) (1 Aug 1675-9 Jun 1676)
     xii.     Jonathan Thaxter (18 Apr 1677-.)1,2 
Children

Family 2

Daniel Cushing (circa 1619 - 3 Dec 1700)
Marriage*23 Mar 1690/91 She married Daniel Cushing at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 23 Mar 1690/91. Sisters Elizabeth and Sarah Jacob married brothers Daniel and Matthew Cushing.1,2 
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.

Lt. John Thaxter1

Male, #63069, (1626 - 14 Mar 1686/87)
Birth*1626 He was born in 1626 at England. He was the son of Thomas Thaxter (-4 Feb 1653/4) & Elizabeth [Thaxter] (-17 Jul 1660.)1,2 
Marriage*4 Dec 1648 He married Elizabeth Jacob at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 4 Dec 1648. Their children include:
     i.     John Thaxter (Died soon) (4 Dec 1651-)
     ii.     Thomas Thaxter (4 Jun 1654-3 Sep 1704)
     iii.     Joseph Thaxter (1 Jun 1656-)
     iv.     Samuel Thaxter (Died young) (17 Nov 1658-bef 1665)
     v.     Elizabeth Thaxter (19 Feb 1660/1-6 Apr 1727) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     vi.     Benjamin Thaxter (4 Feb 1662/3-Mar 1720/1)
     vii.     Col. Samuel Thaxter (6 Aug 1665-13 Nov 1740)
     viii.     Mary Thaxter (19 Aug 1667-1737)
     ix.     Deborah Thaxter (14 Sep 1669-16 Feb 1712) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     x.     Sarah Thaxter (26 Sep 1671-ca 1726) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     xi.     Daniel Thaxter (Died soon) (1 Aug 1675-9 Jun 1676)
     xii.     Jonathan Thaxter (18 Apr 1677-.)1,2 
Biography* John “was chosen lieut. in 1664, afts. capt. When serv. against the Dutch at N.Y. he ‘was preferred for’ (promotion?) under orders from Cromwell. In 1680 he was in command of a troop of cavalry. Selemctman in 1662, 1670, 1673, 1675, 1680, 1681, 1683, and 1685; representative at the General Court 1666, etc. Resided on North St., where now stands St. Paul’s Catholic Church.”.1,2 
Death*14 Mar 1686/87 He died at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 14 Mar 1686/87.1,2 

Family

Elizabeth Jacob (circa 1634 - 24 Nov 1725)
Children
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.

Daniel Cushing1

Male, #63070, (circa 1619 - 3 Dec 1700)
Father*Matthew Cushing1 (c Mar 1588 - 30 Sep 1660)
Mother*Nazareth Pitcher1 (c Oct 1586 - 5 Jan 1681/82)
Birth*circa 1619 He was born circa 1619 at Hingham, co. Norfolk, England.1 
Baptism20 Apr 1619 He was baptized on 20 Apr 1619 at Hingham, co. Norfolk, England.2 
Immigration1638 He immigrated in 1638 to Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Marriage*19 Jan 1645 He married Lydia Gilman at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 19 Jan 1645. Their children include:
     i.     Peter Cushing (29 Mar 1646-14 Apr 1719) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     ii.     Daniel Cushing (23 Jul 1648-5 May 1716) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     iii.     Deborah Cushing (13 Nov 1651-15 Jan 1710)
     iv.     Rev. Jeremiah Cushing (3 Jul 1654-22 Mar 170[5/]6)
     v.     Capt. Theophilus Cushing (19 May 1657-7 Jan 1717/8)
     vi.     Capt. Matthew Cushing (15 Jul 1660-23 Jun 1715) (Also listed below with link to separate page.)1 
Birth of Son29 Mar 1646 His son Peter Cushing was born on 29 Mar 1646 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Birth of Son23 Jul 1648 His son Daniel Cushing was born on 23 Jul 1648 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Birth of Son15 Jul 1660 His son Capt. Matthew Cushing was born on 15 Jul 1660 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Death of Father30 Sep 1660 His father Matthew Cushing died on 30 Sep 1660 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Death of Mother5 Jan 1681/82 His mother Nazareth Pitcher died on 5 Jan 1681/82 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Death of Spouse12 Mar 1688/89 His wife Lydia Gilman died on 12 Mar 1688/89 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Marriage*23 Mar 1690/91 He married Elizabeth Jacob at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 23 Mar 1690/91. Sisters Elizabeth and Sarah Jacob married brothers Daniel and Matthew Cushing.1,3 
Occupation* He was a wheelwright.4 
Biography* A lot of land was granted to him by the Town of Hingham in 1665. He became a freeman in 1671, was an active magistrate and for many years Town Clerk of Hingham. From 1682, and for many years he kept a country store. Selectman in 1665 and for many years after. Also in the years 1680, 1682, and 1695 he was a delegate to the General Court.2

"To Daniel Cushing, that town [Hingham] is indebted for the first accurate records of the proceedings of the town. His clerkship commenced in 1669, and the method and neatness of the records for many years, does him much credit."5

Daniel “was an active business man, sagacious and thorough in whatever he undertook; a magistrate of more than ordinary ability; selectman 1665, and for many yrs. after; town clerk from 1669 until the time of his decease; delegate to the General Court in 1680, 1682, and 1695, and a man of influence and power in the community. It is to him more than to any of his contemporaries that the present generation is indebted for much of the valuable information which has come down to us relating to the early planters of this town. He accumulated a large property for the period in which he lived, and his will, dated 11 Sept. 1693, proved 18 Feb. 1700-1, covers sev. pages of MS., in the S.P. rec's. Resided on the paternal homestead, Main St., below ‘Pear Tree Hill.’”3.1 
Death*3 Dec 1700 He died at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 3 Dec 1700.1,3 

Family 1

Lydia Gilman (say 1623 - 12 Mar 1688/89)
Marriage*19 Jan 1645 He married Lydia Gilman at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 19 Jan 1645. Their children include:
     i.     Peter Cushing (29 Mar 1646-14 Apr 1719) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     ii.     Daniel Cushing (23 Jul 1648-5 May 1716) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     iii.     Deborah Cushing (13 Nov 1651-15 Jan 1710)
     iv.     Rev. Jeremiah Cushing (3 Jul 1654-22 Mar 170[5/]6)
     v.     Capt. Theophilus Cushing (19 May 1657-7 Jan 1717/8)
     vi.     Capt. Matthew Cushing (15 Jul 1660-23 Jun 1715) (Also listed below with link to separate page.)1 
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Jacob (circa 1634 - 24 Nov 1725)
Marriage*23 Mar 1690/91 He married Elizabeth Jacob at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 23 Mar 1690/91. Sisters Elizabeth and Sarah Jacob married brothers Daniel and Matthew Cushing.1,3 
Last Edited29 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. James S. Cushing, The genealogy of the Cushing family: an account of the ancestors and descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638, Montreal: The Perrault Printing Co., 1905, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 496593 Item 1.
  3. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  4. James Savage, A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England: showing three generations of those who came before May 1692, on the basis of Farmer's register, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974 D2s 1969.
  5. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (3 vols.), Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.

Sarah Jacob1

Female, #63071, (circa 1636 - 8 Aug 1701)
Father*Nicholas Jacob1 (c 1604 - 5 Jun 1657)
Mother*Mary Gilman1 (c 1605 - 15 Jun 1681)
Birth*circa 1636 She was born circa 1636 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Birthcirca 1636 She was born circa 1636 at Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.1 
Married Name25 Feb 1652/53  As of 25 Feb 1652/53, her married name was Cushing.1 
Marriage*25 Feb 1652/53 She married Lt. Matthew Cushing Jr. at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 25 Feb 1652/53. They had no children. Sisters Elizabeth and Sarah Jacob married brothers Daniel and Matthew Cushing.1,2 
Death of Father5 Jun 1657 Her father Nicholas Jacob died on 5 Jun 1657 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Mother15 Jun 1681 Her mother Mary Gilman died on 15 Jun 1681 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death of Spouse1 Jan 1700/1 Her husband Lt. Matthew Cushing Jr. died on 1 Jan 1700/1 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death*8 Aug 1701 She died at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 8 Aug 1701.1,2 

Family

Lt. Matthew Cushing Jr. (circa 1623 - 1 Jan 1700/1)
Marriage*25 Feb 1652/53 She married Lt. Matthew Cushing Jr. at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 25 Feb 1652/53. They had no children. Sisters Elizabeth and Sarah Jacob married brothers Daniel and Matthew Cushing.1,2 
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.

Lt. Matthew Cushing Jr.1

Male, #63072, (circa 1623 - 1 Jan 1700/1)
Father*Matthew Cushing1 (c Mar 1588 - 30 Sep 1660)
Mother*Nazareth Pitcher1 (c Oct 1586 - 5 Jan 1681/82)
Birth*circa 1623 He was born circa 1623 at Hingham, co. Norfolk, England.1 
Immigration*1638 He immigrated in 1638 to Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Marriage*25 Feb 1652/53 He married Sarah Jacob at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 25 Feb 1652/53. They had no children. Sisters Elizabeth and Sarah Jacob married brothers Daniel and Matthew Cushing.1,2 
Death of Father30 Sep 1660 His father Matthew Cushing died on 30 Sep 1660 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Mother5 Jan 1681/82 His mother Nazareth Pitcher died on 5 Jan 1681/82 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Occupation* He was a wheelwright.1,3 
Biography* Matthew took an active and prominent part in the affairs of the town; selectman 13 times between 1661 and 1695, freeman 1679, and was known as “Sergenant,” “Cornet,” and later as “Lieutenant.” He resided at Hingham Center, over the river.4

Having no children, he took his namesake, Mathhew Cushing, son of his brother John, to live with him, and in his will, dated 28 Dec 1700, after making provision for his wife, he left his estate to his nephew Matthew, who succeeded to his occupation of wheelwright and to his home at Hingham Centre.5

Matthew “ Was a man of prominence and much engaged in the affairs of the town; selectman in 1661, 1663, 1667, 1668, 1670, 1672, 1674, 1675, 1679, 1682, 1687, 1688, and 1695; was kn. as ‘Sergeant,’ as ‘Cornet,’ and later in life as’Lieutenant.’ Resided at Hing. Centre—‘over the river.’ In his will of 28 Dec. 1700, gives to w. Sarah the improvement of ‘my whole estate both real and personal’ while she remains a wid; ‘to my kinsman Matthew Cushing, the son of my brother John Cushing, who hath lived with me, all my estate (after settling legacies) if he pay to my wife, his aunt, a certain sum of money [naming it] annually while she lives.’ He also bequeaths ‘to my cousins which are the children of my brothers Daniel and John, namely; to Peter, Daniel, Jeremiah, Theophilus, Matthew, and Deborah, the children of Daniel Cushing,—and to John, Thomas, Jeremiah, James, Joshua, Caleb, Joseph, Benjamin, Sarah and Deborah, the children of John Cushing, to each £50;’ gives ‘£5 to Marah Burr, the wife of John Burr;’ refers to a lot ‘of land I had of my father-in-law John Beal.’ Witnesses, Nathl. Hall, Robert Waterman, Benjamin Tuels, Samuel Thaxter.”2.1 
Death*1 Jan 1700/1 He died at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 1 Jan 1700/1.1 

Family

Sarah Jacob (circa 1636 - 8 Aug 1701)
Marriage*25 Feb 1652/53 He married Sarah Jacob at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 25 Feb 1652/53. They had no children. Sisters Elizabeth and Sarah Jacob married brothers Daniel and Matthew Cushing.1,2 
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  3. James Savage, A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England: showing three generations of those who came before May 1692, on the basis of Farmer's register, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974 D2s 1969.
  4. James S. Cushing, The genealogy of the Cushing family: an account of the ancestors and descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638, Montreal: The Perrault Printing Co., 1905, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 496593 Item 1.
  5. Lloyd Vernon Briggs, History and Genealogy of the Briggs Family, 1254-1937 (3 vols.), Boston: C. E. Goodspeed & Co, 1938, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 B768bL.

Hannah Jacob1

Female, #63073, (circa 1639 - 8 Oct 1720)
Father*Nicholas Jacob1 (c 1604 - 5 Jun 1657)
Mother*Mary Gilman1 (c 1605 - 15 Jun 1681)
Birth*circa 1639 She was born circa 1639 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Baptism23 Feb 1639/40 She was baptized on 23 Feb 1639/40 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Father5 Jun 1657 Her father Nicholas Jacob died on 5 Jun 1657 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Married Name16 Dec 1657  As of 16 Dec 1657, her married name was Loring.1 
Marriage*16 Dec 1657 She married Thomas Loring Jr. at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 16 Dec 1657. Their children include:
     i.     Benjamin Loring (ca 1662-)
     ii.     Hannah Loring (9 Aug 1664-30 May 1710)
     iii.     Lieut. Thomas Loring (Twin) (15 Mar 1667/8-5 Dec 1717) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     iv.     Deborah Loring (Twin) (15 Mar 1668-9 Jun 1713) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     v.     David Loring (15 Sep 1671-27 Jul 1752) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     vi.     Dr. Caleb Loring (9 Jun 1674-22 Dec 1732)
     vii.     Abigail Loring (Died soon) (5 Feb 1676-1 Feb 1678.)1,2 
Birth of Son15 Mar 1667/68 Her son Lt. Thomas Loring III was born on 15 Mar 1667/68 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Birth of Son15 Sep 1671 Her son David Loring was born on 15 Sep 1671 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Married Namebetween 1679 and 1699  As of between 1679 and 1699, her married name was French.1 
Marriage*between 1679 and 1699 She married Capt. Stephen French between 1679 and 1699.1 
Death of Spouse1678/79 Her husband Thomas Loring Jr. died in 1678/79 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,5 
Death of Mother15 Jun 1681 Her mother Mary Gilman died on 15 Jun 1681 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death of Son5 Dec 1717 Her son Lt. Thomas Loring III died on 5 Dec 1717 at Duxbury, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,6 
Death of Spouse13 Mar 1717/18 Her husband Capt. Stephen French died on 13 Mar 1717/18 at Weymouth, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.1,7 
Death*8 Oct 1720 She died at Plympton, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 8 Oct 1720
“Mrs Hanah French widdow and Relect of Cap^t Stephen French Late of Weymouth deceased at Plimpton Octo^r y^e 8^th: 1720 (in the 84^th year of her age. She was the Mother of Caleb Loring Esq^r. by her first husband, and she is buried about 10 feet southerly of her son’s monument.)”.1,8 

Family 1

Thomas Loring Jr. (circa 1625 - 1678/79)
Marriage*16 Dec 1657 She married Thomas Loring Jr. at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 16 Dec 1657. Their children include:
     i.     Benjamin Loring (ca 1662-)
     ii.     Hannah Loring (9 Aug 1664-30 May 1710)
     iii.     Lieut. Thomas Loring (Twin) (15 Mar 1667/8-5 Dec 1717) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     iv.     Deborah Loring (Twin) (15 Mar 1668-9 Jun 1713) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     v.     David Loring (15 Sep 1671-27 Jul 1752) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     vi.     Dr. Caleb Loring (9 Jun 1674-22 Dec 1732)
     vii.     Abigail Loring (Died soon) (5 Feb 1676-1 Feb 1678.)1,2 
Children

Family 2

Capt. Stephen French (between 1635 and 1640 - 13 Mar 1717/18)
Marriage*between 1679 and 1699 She married Capt. Stephen French between 1679 and 1699.1 
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  3. James S. Cushing, The genealogy of the Cushing family: an account of the ancestors and descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638, Montreal: The Perrault Printing Co., 1905, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 496593 Item 1.
  4. Charles H. Pope, Loring Genealogy, 1917.
  5. Charles H. Pope, Loring Genealogy, 1917.
  6. Justin Winsor, History of the Town of Duxbury, Massachusetts, with genealogical registers, Boston: Crosby & Nichols, 1849, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 974.482/D1 H2.
  7. George Walter Chamberlain, History of Weymouth, Boston, 1923.
  8. “Early Records of Plympton, Mass.,” Mayflower Decendant.

Thomas Loring Jr.1

Male, #63074, (circa 1625 - 1678/79)
Father*Dea. Thomas Loring1 (s 1600 - 4 Apr 1661)
Mother*Jane Newton1 (s 1603 - 25 Aug 1672)
Birth*circa 1625 He was born circa 1625 at Axminster, co. Devon, England.1 
Immigration*1633 Thomas came to New England with his parents when he was about eight years old.1,2 
Marriage*16 Dec 1657 He married Hannah Jacob at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 16 Dec 1657. Their children include:
     i.     Benjamin Loring (ca 1662-)
     ii.     Hannah Loring (9 Aug 1664-30 May 1710)
     iii.     Lieut. Thomas Loring (Twin) (15 Mar 1667/8-5 Dec 1717) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     iv.     Deborah Loring (Twin) (15 Mar 1668-9 Jun 1713) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     v.     David Loring (15 Sep 1671-27 Jul 1752) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     vi.     Dr. Caleb Loring (9 Jun 1674-22 Dec 1732)
     vii.     Abigail Loring (Died soon) (5 Feb 1676-1 Feb 1678.)1,2 
Death of Father4 Apr 1661 His father Dea. Thomas Loring died on 4 Apr 1661 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Birth of Son15 Mar 1667/68 His son Lt. Thomas Loring III was born on 15 Mar 1667/68 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Birth of Son15 Sep 1671 His son David Loring was born on 15 Sep 1671 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Biography* He was selectman of the town of Hull in 1671, 1674, and 1675, and Freeman 1673. He toolk the freeman’s oath in 1673.1,5,6,7 
Death of Mother25 Aug 1672 His mother Jane Newton died on 25 Aug 1672 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death*1678/79 He died at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, in 1678/79.1,6 

Family

Hannah Jacob (circa 1639 - 8 Oct 1720)
Marriage*16 Dec 1657 He married Hannah Jacob at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 16 Dec 1657. Their children include:
     i.     Benjamin Loring (ca 1662-)
     ii.     Hannah Loring (9 Aug 1664-30 May 1710)
     iii.     Lieut. Thomas Loring (Twin) (15 Mar 1667/8-5 Dec 1717) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     iv.     Deborah Loring (Twin) (15 Mar 1668-9 Jun 1713) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     v.     David Loring (15 Sep 1671-27 Jul 1752) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     vi.     Dr. Caleb Loring (9 Jun 1674-22 Dec 1732)
     vii.     Abigail Loring (Died soon) (5 Feb 1676-1 Feb 1678.)1,2 
Children
Last Edited29 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  3. James S. Cushing, The genealogy of the Cushing family: an account of the ancestors and descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638, Montreal: The Perrault Printing Co., 1905, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 496593 Item 1.
  4. Charles H. Pope, Loring Genealogy, 1917.
  5. James Savage, A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England: showing three generations of those who came before May 1692, on the basis of Farmer's register, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974 D2s 1969.
  6. Charles H. Pope, Loring Genealogy, 1917.
  7. Lloyd Vernon Briggs, History and Genealogy of the Briggs Family, 1254-1937 (3 vols.), Boston: C. E. Goodspeed & Co, 1938, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 B768bL.

Capt. Stephen French1

Male, #63075, (between 1635 and 1640 - 13 Mar 1717/18)
Birth*between 1635 and 1640 He was born between 1635 and 1640 at Weymouth, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. He is the son of Stephen French (-1678/9) and Mary [French] (-6 Apr 1655.)1 
Marriage*between 1679 and 1699 He married Hannah Jacob between 1679 and 1699.1 
Biography* Stephen resided on the corner of East and Green streets, North Weymouth. He was made a freeman, 12 Oct 1681. (Register, 3: 246.) He was deputy from Weymouth, 24 May, 1682.1,2 
Death*13 Mar 1717/18 He died at Weymouth, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, on 13 Mar 1717/18.1,2 

Family

Hannah Jacob (circa 1639 - 8 Oct 1720)
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. George Walter Chamberlain, History of Weymouth, Boston, 1923.

Josiah Jacob1

Male, #63076, (circa 1642 - 23 Nov 1642)
Father*Nicholas Jacob1 (c 1604 - 5 Jun 1657)
Mother*Mary Gilman1 (c 1605 - 15 Jun 1681)
Birth*circa 1642 He was born circa 1642 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Baptism6 Nov 1642 He was baptized on 6 Nov 1642 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death*23 Nov 1642 He died at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 23 Nov 1642.1 
Burial*24 Nov 1642 His body was interred on 24 Nov 1642 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.

Deborah Jacob1

Female, #63077, (circa 1643 - 17 Jun 1696)
Father*Nicholas Jacob1 (c 1604 - 5 Jun 1657)
Mother*Mary Gilman1 (c 1605 - 15 Jun 1681)
Birth*circa 1643 She was born circa 1643 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Baptism26 Nov 1643 She was baptized on 26 Nov 1643 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Father5 Jun 1657 Her father Nicholas Jacob died on 5 Jun 1657 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Married Name11 Jan 1663/64  As of 11 Jan 1663/64, her married name was Thomas.1 
Marriage*11 Jan 1663/64 She married Hon. Nathaniel Thomas at Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 11 Jan 1663/64. Their children include:
     i.     Nathaniel Thomas Esq (18 Oct 1664-24 Feb 1738)
     ii.     Joseph Thomas (23 Aug 1666-13 Jul 1690)
     iii.     Deborah Thomas (28 Sep 1668-14 Jun 1741)
     iv.     Dorothy Thomas (6 Nov 1670-10 Jan 1755)
     v.     William Thomas (4 Dec 1672-)
     vi.     Elisha Thomas (20 Feb 1674-)
     vii.     Joshua Thomas (17 Aug 1677-)
     viii.     Caleb Thomas (11 Oct 1680-)
     ix.     Lieut. Isaac Thomas (19 Oct 1682-16 Mar 1731/2)
     x.     Mary Thomas (Apr 1686-27 Jan 1746.)1,3 
Death of Mother15 Jun 1681 Her mother Mary Gilman died on 15 Jun 1681 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death*17 Jun 1696 She died at Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 17 Jun 1696
“Deborah the wife of Nathaniel Thomas Esq^r Deceased June y^e 17^th 1696”.1,4 
Burial*17 Jun 1696 Her body was interred on 17 Jun 1696 at Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 

Family

Hon. Nathaniel Thomas (1643 - 22 Oct 1718)
Marriage*11 Jan 1663/64 She married Hon. Nathaniel Thomas at Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 11 Jan 1663/64. Their children include:
     i.     Nathaniel Thomas Esq (18 Oct 1664-24 Feb 1738)
     ii.     Joseph Thomas (23 Aug 1666-13 Jul 1690)
     iii.     Deborah Thomas (28 Sep 1668-14 Jun 1741)
     iv.     Dorothy Thomas (6 Nov 1670-10 Jan 1755)
     v.     William Thomas (4 Dec 1672-)
     vi.     Elisha Thomas (20 Feb 1674-)
     vii.     Joshua Thomas (17 Aug 1677-)
     viii.     Caleb Thomas (11 Oct 1680-)
     ix.     Lieut. Isaac Thomas (19 Oct 1682-16 Mar 1731/2)
     x.     Mary Thomas (Apr 1686-27 Jan 1746.)1,3 
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  3. “The Vital Records of Marshfield, Mass.,” edited by George Ernest Bowman, Mayflower Descendant,.
  4. Lloyd Vernon Briggs, History and Genealogy of the Briggs Family, 1254-1937 (3 vols.), Boston: C. E. Goodspeed & Co, 1938, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 B768bL.

Hon. Nathaniel Thomas1

Male, #63078, (1643 - 22 Oct 1718)
Birth*1643 He was born in 1643 at Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts. He is the son of Capt. Nathaniel Thomas (ca 1606-13 Feb 1675) and Mary [Thomas].1,2 
Marriage*11 Jan 1663/64 He married Deborah Jacob at Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 11 Jan 1663/64. Their children include:
     i.     Nathaniel Thomas Esq (18 Oct 1664-24 Feb 1738)
     ii.     Joseph Thomas (23 Aug 1666-13 Jul 1690)
     iii.     Deborah Thomas (28 Sep 1668-14 Jun 1741)
     iv.     Dorothy Thomas (6 Nov 1670-10 Jan 1755)
     v.     William Thomas (4 Dec 1672-)
     vi.     Elisha Thomas (20 Feb 1674-)
     vii.     Joshua Thomas (17 Aug 1677-)
     viii.     Caleb Thomas (11 Oct 1680-)
     ix.     Lieut. Isaac Thomas (19 Oct 1682-16 Mar 1731/2)
     x.     Mary Thomas (Apr 1686-27 Jan 1746.)1,3 
Death of Spouse17 Jun 1696 His wife Deborah Jacob died on 17 Jun 1696 at Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Biography* Nathaniel served in King Philip’s War as Captain of a company of Light Horse troops. He wrote about the Battle of Nipsachuck that took place on 10 Aug 1675 in the Nipsachuch Swamp in North Smithfield and Smithfield, RI. (See Increase Mather’s The History of King Philip’s War, 1676, edited by Samuel Drake 1865.) Nathaniel described a party of English ans Mohegan who late in the day “made some discovery of the enemy, by hearing them cut wood, and we left our horses there upon the plain, with some to keep them, and in the night marched on foot about 3 miles to an Indian field belonging to Philip's men, called Nipsachuck, and at dawning of the day marched forward, about 4o rods, making a stand to consult in what form to surprise the enemy, without danger to one another, and in the interim, while it was so dark as we could not see a man so rods, within 30 rods of us, there came up towards us five Indians from Witamoes camp, (we supposed to fetch beans, &c. from the said field) perceiving nothing of us, at whom we were constrained to fire, slew two of them, the others fled, whereby Wittamas and Philip's Camp were alarmed. Wittama's camp then being within about an IOO rod of us, whom we had undoubtedly surprised, while they were most of them asleep and secure, had it not been for the said alarm; who immediately fled and dispersed, whom we pursued, slew some of them, but while we were in pursuit of them, Philip's fighting men showed themselves upon a hill unto us, who were retreated from their camp near half a mile to fight us. Philip's camp was pitched about 3 quarters of a mile beyond Witamas. Philip's men upon our running towards them dispersed themselves for shelter in fighting, and so in like manner did we, the ground being a hilly plain, with some small swamps between us, as advantageous for us, as for them, where we fought until about 9 of the clock.”

Nathaniel was representative for nine years; ten years Councillor; 16 years Judge of the Probate Court; 23 years Judge of the County Court, and six years Judge of the Superior Court of Plymouth.1,2 
Death*22 Oct 1718 He died at Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 22 Oct 1718.1,3 

Family

Deborah Jacob (circa 1643 - 17 Jun 1696)
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Lloyd Vernon Briggs, History and Genealogy of the Briggs Family, 1254-1937 (3 vols.), Boston: C. E. Goodspeed & Co, 1938, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 B768bL.
  3. “The Vital Records of Marshfield, Mass.,” edited by George Ernest Bowman, Mayflower Descendant,.

Joseph Jacob1

Male, #63079, (circa 1646 - 9 Feb 1706/7)
Father*Nicholas Jacob1 (c 1604 - 5 Jun 1657)
Mother*Mary Gilman1 (c 1605 - 15 Jun 1681)
Birth*circa 1646 He was born circa 1646 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Baptism10 May 1646 He was baptized on 10 May 1646 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Father5 Jun 1657 His father Nicholas Jacob died on 5 Jun 1657 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Marriage*circa 1670 He married Hannah Bosworth circa 1670. Joseph and Hannah's children were born at Hingham, but recorded at Bristol. Their children include:
     i.     Joseph Jacob (Died soon) (20 Feb 1672/3-bef 1675)
     ii.     Joseph Jacob (10 Apr 1675-1 Nov 1703)
     iii.     Benjamin Jacob (Died young) (27 Jun 1677-bef 1680)
     iv.     Benjamin Jacob (10 Apr 1680-17 Aug 1703)
     v.     Nathaniel Jacob (26 Jun 1683-22 Feb 1772)
     vi.     Mary Jacob (16 Sep 1686-22 Mar 1695/6.)1,3,4 
Death of Mother15 Jun 1681 His mother Mary Gilman died on 15 Jun 1681 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Occupation* He was a carpenter.1,4 
Biography* Joseph was admitted a freeman at Hingham. He had a lot near Great Hill, and four shares in the division of lands in 1670. Constable in Hingham in 1685. Soon after his brother John died in 1693 Joeseph removed to Bristol, RI.1,4 
Death*9 Feb 1706/7 He died on 9 Feb 1706/7.1 

Family

Hannah Bosworth (30 Apr 1650 - after 23 Jan 1731)
Marriage*circa 1670 He married Hannah Bosworth circa 1670. Joseph and Hannah's children were born at Hingham, but recorded at Bristol. Their children include:
     i.     Joseph Jacob (Died soon) (20 Feb 1672/3-bef 1675)
     ii.     Joseph Jacob (10 Apr 1675-1 Nov 1703)
     iii.     Benjamin Jacob (Died young) (27 Jun 1677-bef 1680)
     iv.     Benjamin Jacob (10 Apr 1680-17 Aug 1703)
     v.     Nathaniel Jacob (26 Jun 1683-22 Feb 1772)
     vi.     Mary Jacob (16 Sep 1686-22 Mar 1695/6.)1,3,4 
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  3. Ethel Farrington Smith, “Seventeenth Century Hull, Massachusetts, and Her People,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg. 142 (1988).
  4. William Cutter, Genealogical and Personal Memoirs relating to the families of the state of Massachusetts, 1910.

Hannah Bosworth1

Female, #63080, (30 Apr 1650 - after 23 Jan 1731)
Baptism30 Apr 1650 She was baptized on 30 Apr 1650 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Birth*30 Apr 1650 She was born on 30 Apr 1650 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts. She is the daughter of Dea. Nathaniel Bosworth (4 Sep 1617-13 Aug 1690) and Bridget [Bosworth].1 
Marriage*circa 1670 She married Joseph Jacob circa 1670. Joseph and Hannah's children were born at Hingham, but recorded at Bristol. Their children include:
     i.     Joseph Jacob (Died soon) (20 Feb 1672/3-bef 1675)
     ii.     Joseph Jacob (10 Apr 1675-1 Nov 1703)
     iii.     Benjamin Jacob (Died young) (27 Jun 1677-bef 1680)
     iv.     Benjamin Jacob (10 Apr 1680-17 Aug 1703)
     v.     Nathaniel Jacob (26 Jun 1683-22 Feb 1772)
     vi.     Mary Jacob (16 Sep 1686-22 Mar 1695/6.)1,2,3 
Married Namecirca 1670  As of circa 1670, her married name was Jacob.1,2 
Death*after 23 Jan 1731 She died after 23 Jan 1731.1 

Family

Joseph Jacob (circa 1646 - 9 Feb 1706/7)
Last Edited27 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Ethel Farrington Smith, “Seventeenth Century Hull, Massachusetts, and Her People,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg. 142 (1988).
  3. William Cutter, Genealogical and Personal Memoirs relating to the families of the state of Massachusetts, 1910.

Edward Gilman1

Male, #63081, (22 Jun 1555 - 5 Mar 1631)
Ancestry Unknown* Information about the ancestry and siblings of Edward Gilman is wanted. See page footer for contact information. 
Birth*22 Jun 1555 He was born on 22 Jun 1555 at Caston, co. Norfolk, England.1 
Baptism20 Apr 1557 He was baptized on 20 Apr 1557 at Caston, co. Norfolk, England.1,2 
Marriage*say 1581 He married Mary Hawes say 1581. Their children include:
     i.     Bridget Gilman (ca 1582-)
     ii.     Edward Gilman (ca 1587-22 Jun 1655) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     iii.     John Gilman (ca 1600-)
     iv.     Margaret Gilman (ca 1602-)
     v.     Sarah Gilman (ca 1603-)
     vi.     Mary Gilman (ca 1605-15 Jun 1681) (Also listed below with link to separate page.)1 
Birth of Soncirca 1587 His son Edward Gilman Jr. was born circa 1587 at England.1 
Death of Spouse9 Mar 1618 His wife Mary Hawes died on 9 Mar 1618 at Caston, co. Norfolk, England.1 
Death*5 Mar 1631 He died at Caston, co. Norfolk, England, on 5 Mar 1631 at age 75.1 

Family

Mary Hawes (1561 - 9 Mar 1618)
Marriage*say 1581 He married Mary Hawes say 1581. Their children include:
     i.     Bridget Gilman (ca 1582-)
     ii.     Edward Gilman (ca 1587-22 Jun 1655) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     iii.     John Gilman (ca 1600-)
     iv.     Margaret Gilman (ca 1602-)
     v.     Sarah Gilman (ca 1603-)
     vi.     Mary Gilman (ca 1605-15 Jun 1681) (Also listed below with link to separate page.)1 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Lloyd Vernon Briggs, History and Genealogy of the Briggs Family, 1254-1937 (3 vols.), Boston: C. E. Goodspeed & Co, 1938, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 B768bL.

Mary Hawes1

Female, #63082, (1561 - 9 Mar 1618)
Ancestry Unknown* Information about the ancestry and siblings of Mary Hawes is wanted. See page footer for contact information. 
Birth*1561 She was born in 1561 at Hingham, co. Norfolk, England.1 
Marriage*say 1581 She married Edward Gilman say 1581. Their children include:
     i.     Bridget Gilman (ca 1582-)
     ii.     Edward Gilman (ca 1587-22 Jun 1655) (Also listed below with link to separate page)
     iii.     John Gilman (ca 1600-)
     iv.     Margaret Gilman (ca 1602-)
     v.     Sarah Gilman (ca 1603-)
     vi.     Mary Gilman (ca 1605-15 Jun 1681) (Also listed below with link to separate page.)1 
Married Namesay 1581  As of say 1581, her married name was Gilman.1 
Birth of Soncirca 1587 Her son Edward Gilman Jr. was born circa 1587 at England.1 
Death*9 Mar 1618 She died at Caston, co. Norfolk, England, on 9 Mar 1618.1 

Family

Edward Gilman (22 Jun 1555 - 5 Mar 1631)
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited29 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/

Col. John Cushing Esq.1

Male, #63083, (circa 1627 - 31 Mar 1708)
Father*Matthew Cushing1 (c Mar 1588 - 30 Sep 1660)
Mother*Nazareth Pitcher1 (c Oct 1586 - 5 Jan 1681/82)
Birth*circa 1627 He was born circa 1627 at Hingham, co. Norfolk, England.1,2 
Immigration*1638 He immigrated in 1638; “In 1638 John Cushing, aged eleven, came with his parents Matthew and Nazareeth and four siblings to New England."1,3 
Biography*1657/58 "John returned to England briefly in 1657-1658, visiting his uncle Peter Cushing in London, and buying clothes, a bed tick and a pair of steelyards there, as well as travelling to Norwich and Hingham in Norfolk, where he visited other relatives .... This trip may represent the beginnings of John Cushing’s long career as a merchant, town official and justice of the peace."1,3 
Marriage*20 Jan 1658 He married Sarah Hawke at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 20 Jan 1658.1,2 
Death of Father30 Sep 1660 His father Matthew Cushing died on 30 Sep 1660 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Birth of Son28 Apr 1662 His son Hon. John Cushing was born on 28 Apr 1662 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,5 
Birth of Son26 Dec 1663 His son Thomas Cushing was born on 26 Dec 1663 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,5 
Birth of Son16 Feb 1665 His son Matthew Cushing was born on 16 Feb 1665 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4,6 
Birth of Son13 Jul 1666 His son Jeremiah Cushing was born on 13 Jul 1666 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,7 
Birth of Son27 Jan 1668 His son James Cushing was born on 27 Jan 1668 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Birth of Son27 Aug 1670 His son Joshua Cushing was born on 27 Aug 1670 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,7 
Birth of Son6 Jan 1673 His son Rev. Caleb Cushing was born on 6 Jan 1673 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,6 
Birth of Son23 Sep 1677 His son Dea. Joseph Cushing was born on 23 Sep 1677 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,6 
Birth of Son4 Feb 1679 His son Benjamin Cushing was born on 4 Feb 1679 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death of Spouse6 Mar 1678/79 His wife Sarah Hawke died on 6 Mar 1678/79 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,8 
Death of Mother5 Jan 1681/82 His mother Nazareth Pitcher died on 5 Jan 1681/82 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Death of Son1702 His son Benjamin Cushing died in 1702 at Barbados.1,9 
Biography “John Cushing, sen. came into Scituate from Hingham, 1662, and purchased the farm on ‘Belle house neck,’ of Capt. John Vassall, son of William Vassall, to whom it was laid out 1634. He was the son of Matthew Cushing, and Nazareth Pitcher his wife. Matthew was born in England 1588, the son of Petert Cushing of NOrfolk, whose grandfather had possessed large estates in Lombard street, London. Matthew Cushing, with his wife and five children, viz. Daniel, Jeremiah, Matthew, Deborah, and John, sailed from Gravesend, April 26, 1638, in the ship Diligent, John Martin of Ipswich master, and arrived at Boston on the 10th of August. They appear in Hingham in the autumn of the same year. ... We return to John, sen., who settled in Scituate. ... He was a deputy to the Colony Court many years, and first in 1674: an assistant of the Colony Government 1689, 90 and 91, and representative to the Court at Boston, the first year after the two Colonies were united in 1692, and several succeeding years.”10

“In 1657 he, together with Matthias Briggs, purchased for 120 pounds the Varsall Estate at ‘Belle House Neck,’ Scituate, which consisted of 120 acres with house and barns. He did not move there, however, until about 1662. The land on which the farm was situated was always known as ‘Belle House Neck,’ a name given to the place in consequence of a of a bell that hung at the house there, for a century, to give an alarm to the neighboring country in case of the approach of Indians. In 1663 he was surveyer of highways and in 1667, receiver of excises. He was deputy to the colony in 1674 and often reelected. In 1673, he was on the committee for dividing Scituate lands; and in 1676, was chosen to report to the Government a statement of all services of the soldiers of Scituate in the war with King Philip. Selectman from 1674 to 1686 inclusive, and County Magistrate (Plymouth Co.) 1685 to 1692. Assistant of the Old Colony Government of Plymouth Colony 1689 to 1691, and representative to the General Court at Boston in 1692 (the first year after the two colonies, Plymouth and Massachusetts, were united), and for several succeeding years, Member of the Council 1706 and 1707. He was also Colonel of the Plymouth Regiment.”6

In 1676 he was chosen to make report to the government of all services of the soldiers in King Philip’s War from the town of Scituate.91 
Death*31 Mar 1708 He died at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 31 Mar 1708.1,8 

Family

Sarah Hawke (1 Aug 1641 - 6 Mar 1678/79)
Marriage*20 Jan 1658 He married Sarah Hawke at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 20 Jan 1658.1,2 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited29 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. William Cutter, Genealogical and Personal Memoirs relating to the families of the state of Massachusetts, 1910.
  3. John Brooks Threlfall, “An extension of the Sheafe ancestry,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg., 137 (1983): 291-305.
  4. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  5. “Plymouth Colony vital records,” Mayflower Descendant, Transcribed by George Ernest Bowman, various volumes.
  6. James S. Cushing, The genealogy of the Cushing family: an account of the ancestors and descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638, Montreal: The Perrault Printing Co., 1905, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 496593 Item 1.
  7. James Savage, A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England: showing three generations of those who came before May 1692, on the basis of Farmer's register, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974 D2s 1969.
  8. New England Historic Genealogical Society, compiler, Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the Year 1850 (2 vols.), Boston: Stanhope Press, 1909, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 974.482/S1 V28.
  9. Lloyd Vernon Briggs, History and Genealogy of the Briggs Family, 1254-1937 (3 vols.), Boston: C. E. Goodspeed & Co, 1938, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 B768bL.
  10. Samuel Deane, History of Scituate, Massachusetts: from its first settlement to 1831, North Scituate, MA: Bates & Vinal, 1899, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/S1 H2.

Sarah Hawke1

Female, #63084, (1 Aug 1641 - 6 Mar 1678/79)
Father*Matthew Hawke1 (c 1610 - 11 Dec 1684)
Mother*Margaret (?)1 (s 1613 - 11 Dec 1684)
Birth*circa 1641 She was born circa 1641 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Baptism*1 Aug 1641 She was baptized on 1 Aug 1641 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.2 
Marriage*20 Jan 1658 She married Col. John Cushing Esq. at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 20 Jan 1658 at age 16.1,3 
Married Name20 Jan 1658  As of 20 Jan 1658, her married name was Cushing.1,3 
Birth of Son28 Apr 1662 Her son Hon. John Cushing was born on 28 Apr 1662 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Birth of Son26 Dec 1663 Her son Thomas Cushing was born on 26 Dec 1663 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Birth of Son16 Feb 1665 Her son Matthew Cushing was born on 16 Feb 1665 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2,5 
Birth of Son13 Jul 1666 Her son Jeremiah Cushing was born on 13 Jul 1666 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,6 
Birth of Son27 Jan 1668 Her son James Cushing was born on 27 Jan 1668 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Birth of Son27 Aug 1670 Her son Joshua Cushing was born on 27 Aug 1670 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,6 
Birth of Son6 Jan 1673 Her son Rev. Caleb Cushing was born on 6 Jan 1673 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,5 
Birth of Son23 Sep 1677 Her son Dea. Joseph Cushing was born on 23 Sep 1677 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,5 
Birth of Son4 Feb 1679 Her son Benjamin Cushing was born on 4 Feb 1679 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death*6 Mar 1678/79 She died at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 6 Mar 1678/79 at age 37.1,7 

Family

Col. John Cushing Esq. (circa 1627 - 31 Mar 1708)
Marriage*20 Jan 1658 She married Col. John Cushing Esq. at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 20 Jan 1658 at age 16.1,3 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited29 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  3. William Cutter, Genealogical and Personal Memoirs relating to the families of the state of Massachusetts, 1910.
  4. “Plymouth Colony vital records,” Mayflower Descendant, Transcribed by George Ernest Bowman, various volumes.
  5. James S. Cushing, The genealogy of the Cushing family: an account of the ancestors and descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638, Montreal: The Perrault Printing Co., 1905, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 496593 Item 1.
  6. James Savage, A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England: showing three generations of those who came before May 1692, on the basis of Farmer's register, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974 D2s 1969.
  7. New England Historic Genealogical Society, compiler, Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the Year 1850 (2 vols.), Boston: Stanhope Press, 1909, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 974.482/S1 V28.

Hon. John Cushing1

Male, #63085, (28 Apr 1662 - 19 Jan 1738)
Father*Col. John Cushing Esq.1 (c 1627 - 31 Mar 1708)
Mother*Sarah Hawke1 (1 Aug 1641 - 6 Mar 1678/79)
Birth*28 Apr 1662 He was born on 28 Apr 1662 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Mother6 Mar 1678/79 His mother Sarah Hawke died on 6 Mar 1678/79 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Marriage*20 May 1688 He married Deborah Loring at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 20 May 1688 at age 26. Their children include:
     i.     Sarah Cushing (8 Jan 1690-)
     ii.     (infant son) Cushing (29 Feb 1692-5 Apr 1692)
     iii.     Deborah Cushing (2 Apr 1693-)
     iv.     Hon. John Cushing (17 Jul 1695-19 Mar 1778)
     v.     Elijah Cushing (7 Mar 1698-26 Jun 1762)
     vi.     Mary Cushing (24 Nov 1700-)
     vii.     Nazareth Cushing (11 Sep 1703-)
     viii.     Benjamin Cushing (17 Apr 1706-4 Jun 1786)
     ix.     Nathaniel Cushing (9 Jul 1709-22 Nov 1729.)1 
Death of Father31 Mar 1708 His father Col. John Cushing Esq. died on 31 Mar 1708 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Death of Spouse9 Jun 1713 His wife Deborah Loring died on 9 Jun 1713 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Marriage*18 Mar 1713/14 He married Sarah Thaxter on 18 Mar 1713/14 at age 51. Their children include:
     i.     Josiah Cushing (29 Jan 1715-11 Dec 1793)
     ii.     Mary Cushing (24 Oct 1716-5 Sep 1751.)1,4 
Death of Spousecirca 1726 His wife Sarah Thaxter died circa 1726 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.1 
Biography* “John resided in Scituate, Mass. He was a deputy to the General Court in 1692; Chief Justice of the Inferior Court of Plymouth, from 1702 to 1710; representative member for Massachusetts of the Governor’s Council, from 1708 to 1728; and Judge of His Majesty’s Superior Court of Judicature of Massachusetts from 1728 to his death in 1737. The Superior Court of Massachusetts, from its foundation in 1692 until its overthrow by the Revolution, had 33 Justices, the Bench consisting of five members. Among these were John Cushing 1728, his son John Cushing Jr., and his grandson William Cushing. Rev. Josiah Cotton of Plymouth says of him: ‘He was a gentleman well versed in law, the life and soul of our Court while he continued in it, a man in the main of justice and integrity.’ In 1723 he was Lieut. Col. of the Plymouth Regiment, which at that time probably embraced all the local militia of the County.”.5 
Death*19 Jan 1738 He died at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 19 Jan 1738 at age 75.1,3 

Family 1

Deborah Loring (15 Mar 1668 - 9 Jun 1713)
Marriage*20 May 1688 He married Deborah Loring at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 20 May 1688 at age 26. Their children include:
     i.     Sarah Cushing (8 Jan 1690-)
     ii.     (infant son) Cushing (29 Feb 1692-5 Apr 1692)
     iii.     Deborah Cushing (2 Apr 1693-)
     iv.     Hon. John Cushing (17 Jul 1695-19 Mar 1778)
     v.     Elijah Cushing (7 Mar 1698-26 Jun 1762)
     vi.     Mary Cushing (24 Nov 1700-)
     vii.     Nazareth Cushing (11 Sep 1703-)
     viii.     Benjamin Cushing (17 Apr 1706-4 Jun 1786)
     ix.     Nathaniel Cushing (9 Jul 1709-22 Nov 1729.)1 

Family 2

Sarah Thaxter (26 Sep 1671 - circa 1726)
Marriage*18 Mar 1713/14 He married Sarah Thaxter on 18 Mar 1713/14 at age 51. Their children include:
     i.     Josiah Cushing (29 Jan 1715-11 Dec 1793)
     ii.     Mary Cushing (24 Oct 1716-5 Sep 1751.)1,4 
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. “Plymouth Colony vital records,” Mayflower Descendant, Transcribed by George Ernest Bowman, various volumes.
  3. New England Historic Genealogical Society, compiler, Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the Year 1850 (2 vols.), Boston: Stanhope Press, 1909, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 974.482/S1 V28.
  4. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  5. James S. Cushing, The genealogy of the Cushing family: an account of the ancestors and descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638, Montreal: The Perrault Printing Co., 1905, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 496593 Item 1.

Deborah Loring1

Female, #63086, (15 Mar 1668 - 9 Jun 1713)
Father*Thomas Loring Jr.1 (c 1625 - 1678/79)
Mother*Hannah Jacob1 (c 1639 - 8 Oct 1720)
Birth*15 Mar 1668 She was born on 15 Mar 1668 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Baptism24 Oct 1669 She was baptized on 24 Oct 1669 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Father1678/79 Her father Thomas Loring Jr. died in 1678/79 at Hull, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Marriage*20 May 1688 She married Hon. John Cushing at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 20 May 1688 at age 20. Their children include:
     i.     Sarah Cushing (8 Jan 1690-)
     ii.     (infant son) Cushing (29 Feb 1692-5 Apr 1692)
     iii.     Deborah Cushing (2 Apr 1693-)
     iv.     Hon. John Cushing (17 Jul 1695-19 Mar 1778)
     v.     Elijah Cushing (7 Mar 1698-26 Jun 1762)
     vi.     Mary Cushing (24 Nov 1700-)
     vii.     Nazareth Cushing (11 Sep 1703-)
     viii.     Benjamin Cushing (17 Apr 1706-4 Jun 1786)
     ix.     Nathaniel Cushing (9 Jul 1709-22 Nov 1729.)1 
Married Name20 May 1688  As of 20 May 1688, her married name was Cushing.1 
Death*9 Jun 1713 She died at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, on 9 Jun 1713 at age 45.1 

Family

Hon. John Cushing (28 Apr 1662 - 19 Jan 1738)
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  3. Charles H. Pope, Loring Genealogy, 1917.

Sarah Thaxter1

Female, #63087, (26 Sep 1671 - circa 1726)
Father*Lt. John Thaxter1 (1626 - 14 Mar 1686/87)
Mother*Elizabeth Jacob1 (c 1634 - 24 Nov 1725)
Birth*26 Sep 1671 She was born on 26 Sep 1671 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1 
Death of Father14 Mar 1686/87 Her father Lt. John Thaxter died on 14 Mar 1686/87 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Marriage*18 Mar 1713/14 She married Hon. John Cushing on 18 Mar 1713/14 at age 42. Their children include:
     i.     Josiah Cushing (29 Jan 1715-11 Dec 1793)
     ii.     Mary Cushing (24 Oct 1716-5 Sep 1751.)1,2 
Married Name18 Mar 1713/14  As of 18 Mar 1713/14, her married name was Cushing.1 
Death*circa 1726 She died at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, circa 1726.1 

Family

Hon. John Cushing (28 Apr 1662 - 19 Jan 1738)
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.

Thomas Cushing1

Male, #63088, (26 Dec 1663 - 3 Oct 1740)
Father*Col. John Cushing Esq.1 (c 1627 - 31 Mar 1708)
Mother*Sarah Hawke1 (1 Aug 1641 - 6 Mar 1678/79)
Birth*26 Dec 1663 He was born on 26 Dec 1663 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Baptism3 Apr 1664 He was baptized on 3 Apr 1664.3 
Death of Mother6 Mar 1678/79 His mother Sarah Hawke died on 6 Mar 1678/79 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Marriage*17 Oct 1687 He married Deborah Thaxter on 17 Oct 1687 at age 23. Their children include:
     i.     John Cushing (6 Sep 1688-)
     ii.     Elizabeth Cushing (4 Nov 1691-30 Dec 1730)
     iii.     Thomas Cushing (30 Jan 1694-11 Apr 1746)
     iv.     Margaret Cushing (19 Jul 1696-)
     v.     Deborah Cushing (17 Jun 1699-)
     vi.     Jonathan Cushing (13 Mar 1701-)
     vii.     Hannah Cushing (17 Jan 1703-)
     viii.     Samuel Cushing (Died soon) (14 Jan 1705-4 Jun 1706.)1,5 
Death of Father31 Mar 1708 His father Col. John Cushing Esq. died on 31 Mar 1708 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,4 
Death of Spouse16 Feb 1712 His wife Deborah Thaxter died on 16 Feb 1712.1,6 
Marriage*8 Dec 1712 He married Mercy Wensley on 8 Dec 1712 at age 48.1,6 
Biography* Thomas lived in Boston. In 1690 he was admitted to the Second Church there. He was Ensign in 1691, and a member in 1709 of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company; Selectman of Boston in 1723, and representative of the King’s State Council from 1724 to 1725. In 1725, he was one of the opponents of the explanatory Charter of King George I.1,3 
Death*3 Oct 1740 He died at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, on 3 Oct 1740 at age 76.1,3 
Death of Spouse3 Oct 1740 His wife Mercy Wensley died on 3 Oct 1740.1,6 

Family 1

Deborah Thaxter (14 Sep 1669 - 16 Feb 1712)
Marriage*17 Oct 1687 He married Deborah Thaxter on 17 Oct 1687 at age 23. Their children include:
     i.     John Cushing (6 Sep 1688-)
     ii.     Elizabeth Cushing (4 Nov 1691-30 Dec 1730)
     iii.     Thomas Cushing (30 Jan 1694-11 Apr 1746)
     iv.     Margaret Cushing (19 Jul 1696-)
     v.     Deborah Cushing (17 Jun 1699-)
     vi.     Jonathan Cushing (13 Mar 1701-)
     vii.     Hannah Cushing (17 Jan 1703-)
     viii.     Samuel Cushing (Died soon) (14 Jan 1705-4 Jun 1706.)1,5 

Family 2

Mercy Wensley (14 Feb 1668 - 3 Oct 1740)
Marriage*8 Dec 1712 He married Mercy Wensley on 8 Dec 1712 at age 48.1,6 
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. “Plymouth Colony vital records,” Mayflower Descendant, Transcribed by George Ernest Bowman, various volumes.
  3. James S. Cushing, The genealogy of the Cushing family: an account of the ancestors and descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638, Montreal: The Perrault Printing Co., 1905, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 496593 Item 1.
  4. New England Historic Genealogical Society, compiler, Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the Year 1850 (2 vols.), Boston: Stanhope Press, 1909, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 974.482/S1 V28.
  5. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  6. James Savage, A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England: showing three generations of those who came before May 1692, on the basis of Farmer's register, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974 D2s 1969.

Deborah Thaxter1

Female, #63089, (14 Sep 1669 - 16 Feb 1712)
Father*Lt. John Thaxter1 (1626 - 14 Mar 1686/87)
Mother*Elizabeth Jacob1 (c 1634 - 24 Nov 1725)
Birth*14 Sep 1669 She was born on 14 Sep 1669 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Death of Father14 Mar 1686/87 Her father Lt. John Thaxter died on 14 Mar 1686/87 at Hingham, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.1,2 
Marriage*17 Oct 1687 She married Thomas Cushing on 17 Oct 1687 at age 18. Their children include:
     i.     John Cushing (6 Sep 1688-)
     ii.     Elizabeth Cushing (4 Nov 1691-30 Dec 1730)
     iii.     Thomas Cushing (30 Jan 1694-11 Apr 1746)
     iv.     Margaret Cushing (19 Jul 1696-)
     v.     Deborah Cushing (17 Jun 1699-)
     vi.     Jonathan Cushing (13 Mar 1701-)
     vii.     Hannah Cushing (17 Jan 1703-)
     viii.     Samuel Cushing (Died soon) (14 Jan 1705-4 Jun 1706.)1,2 
Married Name17 Oct 1687  As of 17 Oct 1687, her married name was Cushing.1 
Death*16 Feb 1712 She died on 16 Feb 1712 at age 42.1,3 

Family

Thomas Cushing (26 Dec 1663 - 3 Oct 1740)
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. Multiple authors, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (3 vols.), Hingham, MA: Town of Hingham, 1893, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974.482/H1 H2.
  3. James Savage, A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England: showing three generations of those who came before May 1692, on the basis of Farmer's register, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974 D2s 1969.

Mercy Wensley1

Female, #63090, (14 Feb 1668 - 3 Oct 1740)
Birth*14 Feb 1668 She was born on 14 Feb 1668 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. She is the daughter of John Wensley (-aft 9 Dec 1675) and Elizabeth Paddy (12 Nov 1641-.)1 
Marriage*8 Dec 1712 She married Thomas Cushing on 8 Dec 1712 at age 44.1,2 
Married Name8 Dec 1712  As of 8 Dec 1712, her married name was Cushing.1 
Death of Spouse3 Oct 1740 Her husband Thomas Cushing died on 3 Oct 1740 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.1,3 
Death*3 Oct 1740 She died on 3 Oct 1740 at age 72.1,2 

Family

Thomas Cushing (26 Dec 1663 - 3 Oct 1740)
Last Edited28 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. David E. Joyce, compiler, e-mail address, Pane-Joyce Genealogy, 12 Dec 2011.
    http://cs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/
  2. James Savage, A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England: showing three generations of those who came before May 1692, on the basis of Farmer's register, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 974 D2s 1969.
  3. James S. Cushing, The genealogy of the Cushing family: an account of the ancestors and descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638, Montreal: The Perrault Printing Co., 1905, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 496593 Item 1.