72 Minard — Mitchell — Moore — Moorfield.  

   Ch., bt. in Hing., were —

   i.   CLEMENT, March, 1637-38.
   ii.   THOMAS, May 10, 1640
   iii.   EPHRAIM, May 1, 1642.
   iv.   JOSEPH, Aug. 25, 1644.


MITCHELL.

   JACOB, of Pem. m. July 27, 1727, Mrs. Rachel (Lewis) Cushing.   MRS. ALICE (Bradford), of Bridgewater and Joshua Hersey, widr, int. of m'ge, Nov. 20, 1718.   MARY, m. Jan. 30, 1728-29, Joshua Hersey, Jr.   EDWARD, of Bridgewater, m. Dec. 14, 1738, Elizabeth Cushing.   JONATHAN, m. Sept. 29, 1745, Sarah Loring.   ALICE, m. Feb. 12, 1735-36, Noah Hersey.   JOHN, of Bridgewater, m. Sept. 27, 1795, Susanna Lincoln.


MOORE.

   PATRICK (John = Catherine White*), a native of Ire.   m. Mary, dau. of David and Mary Burns.   Patrick d. in Hing. 18 Feb. 1880, æt. 63 yrs.   "Farm laborer."   Resided on Emerald St.
   Ch., —

   i.   JOHN, 1856.   Has removed to New York.
   ii.   MARY ELIZABETH, July 3, 1858.
   iii.   DAVID FRANCIS, June 15, 1860, d. 4 March, 1885, æt. 25th yr.
   iv.   PATRICK, Aug. 27, 1862.
   v.   MORRIS HENRY, Dec. 11, 1864, d. 11 March, 1888, æt. 23 yrs. (3:363)
   vi.   WILLIAM, Aug. 22, 1867.

   * Wid. Catherine, a native of Ire., d. in Hing. 14 Nov. 1878, æt. 83 yrs.   She was a dau. of John White, and wid. of John Moore.   Bridget, w. of Morris, d. 21 Aug. 1887, æt. 65 yrs.

   JOHN, m. Hannah Burns.   "Laborer."   Resides on Hersey St.
   Ch., —

   i.   CATHERINE, ——.   m. Peter Driscoll.
   ii.   JOHN, Aug. 1862, d. 25 Oct. 1864.
   iii.   DAVID, Sept. 1864, d. 9 Sept. 1865.
   iv.   JOHN, 1856.
   v.   DAVID, Oct. 27, 1867.
   vi.   MARY, March 10, 1870, d. 9 Aug. 1880, æt. 10 yrs.
   vii.   MARGARET, 1872.
   viii.   HANNAH, March 5, 1874, d. 27 July, 1880.
   ix.   THOMAS, March 1, 1876, d. 15 Sept. foll.

   BRIDGET, w. of Morris, d. 21 Aug. 1887, æt. 65 years. (3:363)

   JOHN J. m. at Kingston, Mass., Jan. 26, 1888, Mary A. McGuire. (3:363)


MOORFIELD.

   JAMES, was b. at Boston, Sept. 28, 1780.   His w., who was Nancy Eaton, was b. at Boston, Oct. 12, 1782, and d. at Roxbury, 8 May, 1857, æt. 75 yrs.   He d. in Hing. 8 Oct. 1835, æt. 55 yrs.   During the summer of 1819 he was in command of the "Eagle," the first steamboat engaged in the conveyance of passengers between Boston and Hing.   The principal part of his active life, however, was passed as a commission merchant at Havana, Cuba.   He resided while in Hing. on North St., and later, on Main, near Water St.

 

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