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      12, 1733, Rev. John Hancock of Braintree, and was the mother of JOHN HANCOCK the patriot, b. Jan. 12, 1736-37, first signer of the Declaration of Independence, and for several. yrs. Gov. of Massachusetts.
   iii.   RUTH, Apr. 25, 1714, d. 30 Dec. 1715.

   JOHN J. (Henry = Johanna O'Leary), a native of Ire., m. Feb. 10, 1857, Hannah Mulligan, dau. of James and Mary (Flaherty) Mulligan, natives of Ire.   "Laborer."   Resides off Beal St.
   Ch., —

   i.   MARY JANE, b. at Boston, Dec. 10, 1858.   m. July 13, 1879, Alfred S. Lincoln.
   ii.   JOSEPHINE, b. at Boston, March 31, 1860.   m. Feb. 6, 1880, Charles W. Lovell.
   iii.   HANNAH, b. at Milton, Sept. 10, 1863, d. in Hing. 21 Oct. 1884, æt. 21 yrs.
   iv.   LIZZIE, b. at Boston, 1868, d. 1871.
   v.   JULIA, b. at Boston, d. young.
   vi.   JOHN HENRY, b. in Hing. March 6, 1871, d. 15 Nov. 1886, æt. 16th yr.

   TIMOTHY (Henry = Johanna O'Leary), a native of Ire., m. Ellen Murphy, dau. of Jeremiah and Honora (Sullivan) Murphy.   She was b. in Ire. ab. 1832.   Timothy is dead.   His wid. and ch., reside in Hing., on Lincoln St.   Ellen, wid. of Timothy, m. Nov. 6, 1887, Robert Taylor of Boston. (3:350)
   Ch., —

   i.   WILLIAM, b. at Boston, Apr. 17, 1860.
   ii.   HENRY, b. in Hing. Apr. 21, 1862.
   iii.   TIMOTHY, b. at Boston, March 6, 1870.

   JAMES (Henry = Johanna O'Leary), a native of Ire., m. Margaret A. Quinlan, dau. of John and Margaret (Mahony) Quinlan.   "Tailor."   Resides near Lincoln St.


   DENNIS (Dennis = Margaret Walsh), b. in Ire. 1821.   m., 1853, Hannah Cronin, dau. of Patrick and Catherine (Hogan) Cronin.   She was b. in Ire. 1828, and d. in Hing. 8 Sept. 1875, æt. 47 yrs.   Dennis d. 29 Sept. 1888, æt. 67 yrs. (3:350)   "Laborer."   Resides on Main St., So. Hing.
   Child, —

   i.   ELLEN ELIZABETH, 1854.

Sometimes written HAWARD and HOWARD.

   1.   JAMES, was for sev. yrs. a practising physician in Hing.   On June 6, 1727, he sold a part of his land and beach at the town cove, adjoining the lot "where I now dwell," to Samuel Thaxter, Esq; "said portion is butted and bounded as follows: to extend south-westerly up the steep bank sixteen feet; westerly with the land of Peter Barnes; easterly on the salt-water as far as my land runneth, and southerly with the highway."   The chris. name of his w. was Elizabeth.   They resided on North St., near the harbor; but removed from here ab. 1730 to Wey., where the int. of his m'ge to Sarah Green (perh. his second m'ge) was pub. Aug. 3, 1738.   He prob. d. soon after, as an administrator of his est. was appointed 27 March, 1739.


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