[The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 21 [1867]:225]

1867.] Early Marriages in Bridgewater. 225

 

MARRIAGES IN THE TOWN OF BRIDGEWATER PREVIOUS TO ITS DIVISION.*

[Communicated by BRADFORD KINGMAN, Esq., Brookline, Mass.]

      John Cary, Jr. and Abigail Allen, Dec. 7, 1670.
      Nicholas Byram, Jr. and Mary Edson, Sept. 20, 1676.
      John Washburn, Jr. and Rebecca Lapham, April 16, 1679.
      James Cary and Mary Shaw, Jan. 4, 1681.
      Nathaniel Brett and Sarah Hayward, Nov. 21, 1683.
      Samuel Allen, Jr. and Rebecca Cary, Dec. 2, 1685.
      Isaac Alden and Mehitabel Allen, Dec. 2, 1685.
      John Whitman and Hannah Pratt, June 10, 1686.
      Joseph Edson and Mary ———, Nov. 2, 1686.
      William Snow and Naomi Whitman, Nov. 30, 1686.
      James Dunbar and Jane Harris, 1683.
      Jacob Mitchell and Deliverance Kingman, Jan. 1, 1696.
      Thomas Mitchell and Elizabeth Kingman, Jan. 1, 1696.
      Samuel Kingman and Mary Mitchell, Jan. 1, 1696.
      James Harris and Elizabeth Fry, March 11, 1696.
      Jeremiah Newland and Susannah Harris, April 7, 1696.
      Nathaniel Allen and Bethia Conant, Dec. 14, 1696.
      Job Ames and Sarah Washburn, Jan. 12, 1697.
      Daniel Hudson and Mary Orcutt, May 19, 1697.
      Clement Briggs and Elizabeth Field, Nov. 3, 1697.
      John Field and Elizabeth Ames, ——— 1697.
      William Uyyohart and Hannah Smith, Sept. 21, 1698.
      Ebenezer Allen and Rebecca Scate, Oct. 11, 1698.
      John Kingman and Bethia Newcomb, Dec. 1, 1698.
      William Ames and Mary Hayward, Dec. 13, 1698.
      David Perkins and Martha Howard, Feb. 1, 1699.
      Josiah Leonard and Marjoram Washburn, Nov. 2, 1699.
      Ebenezer Whitman and Abigail Burnam, Nov. 17, 1699.
      Chilton Latham and Susanna Kingman, Dec. 6, 1699.
      Caleb Chard and Eleanor Waters, April 23, 1700.
      Amos Snell and Mary Packard, May 2, 1700.
      Joseph Hayward and Mehitable Dunham, May 30, 1700.
      Peter Cornet and Priscilla Howland, Oct. 30, 1700.
      Nicholas Whitman and Sarah Vining, Nov. 19, 1700.
      Samuel Washburn and Deliverance Leonard, Jan. 9, 1701.
      Israel Randall and Mary Willis, Jan. 21, 1701.
      Isaac Leonard and Mary Randall, April 16, 1701.
      Josiah Conant and Elizabeth Washburn, Sept. 1, 1701.
      Thomas Manly and Lydia Field, Oct. 2, 1701.
      Elisha Allen and Mehitabel Byram, Dec. 3, 1701.


   * The ancient town of Bridgewater was the first interior settlement in the County of Plymouth, and was incorporated in 1656, and embraced within its limits the four towns now known as North Bridgewater, East Bridgewater, West Bridgewater and the present town of Bridgewater.   The town was formerly divided into five Parishes or Precincts, viz., North, East, West, South, and Titicut.   The North Parish was incorporated into a Town June 15, 1821 — the West in 1822 — the East in 1823 — the South Parish retaining the original name of Bridgewater, which also includes Titicut Parish.

 

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