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Family: F615
 
17 "Caleb Buffum who resided in Salem, Mass., was married 'at ye house of Samuel Collins in Lynn' according to the Salem Marriage Certificate book." Family: F1677
 
18 "Elkanah Parris was at Williamstown as early as 1753. On Dec 13 of that year he was in the company of Capt Elisha Chapin at fort Massachusetts and served a considerable time, probably to near the close of the war. He returned to his native town, Pembroke, and married his wife at Scituate, returning with her to Williamstown. Soon after he built a house at the easterly part of the village, near Green River. After the Peace of Paris, 1763, he became a Quaker, and was the only family of that denomination in that town. In 1765 he was part owner of a saw mill near his home, and owned town lots 30 and 57, also 63. He was one of the proprietors of Williamstown and moderator of meeting, April 13, 1770, and Dec 17, 1771." Family: F16
 
19 "From 'Paine and Allied Families' vol. 31, page 652 'Americana' by Harold R. Finley:
STEPHEN PAINE, JR. married 'ye 3 of the 9 mo 1652' " 
Family: F1260
 
20 "He [Phineas] emigrated to New England, with his wife and children, and was in Salem, Mass., as early as 1641, was admitted freeman 18 May 1642, and in 1644 moved to Wenham, a town set off from Salem in 1643. He was a captain and, in 1653, a representative in the General Court." Family: F2070
 
21 "Henry's widow Mary brought her sons to New England, and was a resident of Dedham, Massachusetts Nov. 20, 1646, on which date she relinquished her interest in a parcel of land belonging to the Manor of Benacre Hall, Suffolk, England." Family: F1250
 
22 "Humphrey Turner, born in England, probably Devonshire, and sailed perhaps from Holland with his family, arriving in Plymouth, N. E. 1628. He was a tanner. A house lot was assigned to him in 1629 in Scituate, and built [sic] a house in which he probably lived in 1633. . . . Humphrey Turner was among the earliest and most efficient in the settlement of Scituate. He represented the town several years as deputy to the General Court. He was a commissioner, constable, etc." Family: F1845
 
23 "In 1651 the Townes made a permanent home in Topsfield." Family: F1940
 
24 "Samuel and Abigail were married at the Public Meeting House, her father Joshua was of Salem at the time. Samuel was a blacksmith.

"Abigail was the second cousin once removed of Hannah4 Buffum (Caleb3, Caleb2, robert1) who married Philip Chase, brother of Samuel Chase." 
Family: F1728
 
25 "Samuel and Sarah (Sherman) Chase of Swansea, MA." Family: F1715
 
26 "Samuel Sturtevant and wife Anna at Plymouth, N.E., as early as 1643, and at some time resided on the Cotton farm, so called, a little northward of Plymouth village." Family: F1953
 
27 "Sybil, wife of Robert, was in great danger in the time of the religious persecution, 1553-58, as was her sister Isabella, originally Gould, who was confined in the castle of Norwich, and escaped death only by the power of her brothers, who were men of great influence in the county. Robert fled for religions sake in the days of Queen Mary to Geneva, but returned later, and died at St. James. His will is dated Apr. 10, 1590, and proved July 28, 1600." Family: F1788
 
28 "There is nothing to establish the birth of any of the following children. By comparing various records, I have been able to give some approximate dates, which may aid some. Without doubt three of the children were born in England." Family: F1916
 
29 "They were married in Friends' Meeting after the manner of that sect; but according to the town records they wre also married on the same day by Joseph Otis." (John Rogers of Marshfield Book, p. 18) Family: F476
 
30 "This William Tosh appears to have been the William MacIntosch who was among the Scotch prisoners shipped to New England by Cromwell in 1651, after the battles of Dunbar and Worcester, most of whom were sold to the Lynn and Braintree Iron Works. Tosh or MacIntosh married at Braintree . . . Jael Swilvan, who was evidently one of the ship-load of Irish captives sent to New England in 1654. When the Braintree men set out to settled Block Island, Tosh was among the first settlers, and became a man of prominence." Family: F2148
 
31 "William Hatch and his family settled at Scituate . . . . He returned to England, but came back to New England in Apr. 1638, in the ship CASTLE. It is probable that his brother Thomas with his wife and children and his sister Elizabeth Soan with her son William came with him on this voyage." Family: F1924
 
32 "[N]eal Southwick . . . undertook a study of the Southwick family and published his findings in 1981. His research included the discovery of the marriage of Lawrence Southwick and Cassandra Burnell at Kingswinford, county Stafford, England, 'both of that parish,' on 25 January 1623/4. His brief treatment of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick included the English baptisms of some, but not all, of their children between 1625 and 1637 [fn.2].

[fn.2] "The child Josiah, bp. at Kingswinford on 20 March 1628/9. was omitted from his list.

"This discovery puts to rest the long-held tradition that Lawrence Southwick came to New England from Lancashire, England, in 1627, returned to England and brought his wife Cassandra, son John and daughter Mary to Massachusetts in 1630 on the May Flower with Mr. William Bradford and others." 
Family: F254
 
33 "[T]he three surviving daughters, Rebecca Nurse, Mary Esty and Sarah Cloyes, gained a tragic prominence in one of the most unhappy chapters of Salem's history, the witchcraft delusion. The story has been told many times, but always the nobility of character of the three sisters gains our admiration and respect." Family: F1944
 
34 "[T]he three surviving daughters, Rebecca Nurse, Mary Esty and Sarah Cloyes, gained a tragic prominence in one of the most unhappy chapters of Salem's history, the witchcraft delusion. The story has been told many times, but always the nobility of character of the three sisters gains our admiration and respect." Family: F1945
 
35 "[T]he three surviving daughters, Rebecca Nurse, Mary Esty and Sarah Cloyes, gained a tragic prominence in one of the most unhappy chapters of Salem's history, the witchcraft delusion. The story has been told many times, but always the nobility of character of the three sisters gains our admiration and respect." Family: F1946
 
36 Aaron and Beulah had six childen: Elizabeth, Mary, Shubael, Moses, Nathan and Aaron. Family: F1648
 
37 Amos and Margaret had at least six children. Family: F2049
 
38 Anne's marriage date has also been given as 3 Nov 1659. Family: F1260
 
39 Bachelor and Joanna had four children: Ebenezer, Sylvanus, Thankful and Mary. Family: F1652
 
40 Benjamin and Sarah were cousins. Family: F112
 
41 By Rev Ephraim Briggs. Family: F127
 
42 Carol Hepburn has the marriage date as 2 Dec 1738 In "Descendants of George Ross, Rev." Family: F952
 
43 Deborah was a Quaker and Robert was not. Family: F1356
 
44 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2194
 
45 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2195
 
46 Dorcas married 1) Rev. James Humphreys of Wrentham, 2) William Woodward of Dedham, and 3) Andrew Blake of Wrentham. Family: F2077
 
47 Ebenezer "is the only one of Nathaniel Mott's sons who remained in the original home of the family in New England. He removed from Braintree to Scituate, where he married . . . GRACE VINALL. . . . He is the ancestor of all the Motts of Scituate and the adjoining towns." Family: F215
 
48 Ebenezer and Gertrude had six children: Nathaniel, Ebenezer, Lois, Nathan, Amos and Eunice. Family: F1326
 
49 Edward and Magdeline had, in addition to Edward and Josiah, six other children. Family: F1853
 
50 Elisha and Mehitable had seven children: Judah, Sarah, Jedediah, Elizabeth, Butler, Mehitable and Abigail. Family: F490
 

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