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   2.   GEORGE (Samuel G. = Christiana T. Cushing), b. in Hing. Apr. 20, 1828.   m., 1850, Adeline Damon, dau. of John J., and Deborah (Wade) Damon.   She was b. in Hing. Nov. 18, 1828.   "Carpenter."   Resides on Main St., Hing. Centre.
   Ch., all b. in Hing., —

   i.   FANNIE D., Dec. 1850.
   ii.   ADDIE M., Aug. 10, 1857.
   iii.   LIZZIE N., June 14, 1863.

   NOTE. — Amasa, of Scit. (perhaps widr.) m. in Hing. Sept. 29, 1763, Jael, dau. of Samuel Cushing.   She was b. in Hing. sec. pre. Aug. 27, 1726.   Adams, of Bridgewater m. Nov. 2, 1775, Mrs. Catherine (Cushing) Nichols, wid. of Nathaniel Nichols, and dau. of Stephen and Katreen (Kilby) Cushing.   She was b. in Hing. May 5, 1728.


[Transcribed by CJ McNew]

   1.   HODIJAH, ESQ., m. in Hing. by Rev. Daniel Shute, June 23, 1784, Elizabeth Lincoln, dau. of General Benjamin and Mary (Cushing) Lincoln.   She was b. in Hing. Dec. 6, 1759.   Was Revenue Collector at Dighton, a magistrate, etc.
   Ch., b. in Hing., were —

   i.   WILLIAM GREENLEAF, Feb. 12, 1786.
   ii.   EDWARD LINCOLN, Sept. 22, 1787.

   NOTE. — Nicholas, m. in Hing. March 28, 1848, Helen E., dau. of Ned and Susan (Barnes) Cushing.


[Thanks to Elizabeth Jackson for transcribing the Beal family]

   1.   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 his children, was a dau. of Edmund and Margaret (Dewey) Hobart.   She was b. in Eng. ab. 1600, and d. in Hing. 23 Sept. 1658.   For his second wife he m. March 10, 1659, Mrs. Mary Jacob, the wid. of Nicholas Jacob.   She d. in 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.
   The ch. of John and Nazareth, b. in Eng., with the exception of the two youngest, were —

   i.   MARTHA, b. ab. 1620.   m. (1) March 16, 1640, William Falloway of Ply.; and (2) June 29, 1649, Samuel Dunham of Ply.   She d. 26 Apr. 1690.
   ii.   MARY, 1622.   m. Dec. 30, 1647, James Whiton of Hing., and d. 12 Dec. 1696.


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