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   Ch., b. in Hing., by w. Ellen, —

   vii.   A DAU., Jan. 8, 1885.
   viii.   LYDIA EDNA, Jan. 21, 1887.
   ix.   A DAU., b. and d. Jan. 21, 1887.

   7.   CHARLES H. (Enoch C. = Sarah B. Totman), b. in Hing. Aug. 23, 1852.   m. June 21, 1877, Rebecca, dau. of George and Mary A. Fish of Coh.   "Laborer."   Resides on North St.
   Ch., b. in Hing., —

   i.   EDDIE THOMAS, July 31, 1877, d. 4 Sept. foll.
   ii.   HARRY WILBERT, Aug. 2, 1880, d. 15 May, 1889, æt. 9th yr. (3:364)

   NOTE. — William I., Jr., widr, m. Apr. 14, 1850, Susanna Cushing.   Lucy M., m. Sept. 19, 1852, Noah B. Thayer.   Benjamin L., m. June 8, 1863, Abbie W. Colbath.   Eliza M., m. Oct. 25, 1866, Dennison S. Norris.


   1.   JOSEPH ADAMS (Allen = Martha W. Adams), b. at Lynn, Mass., 1821.   m. in Hing. first, Feb. 4, 1846, Lucy Ann Lincoln, dau. of Marshall and Lucy (Stodder) Lincoln (p. 12).   She was b. in Hing. Apr. 15, 1822, and d. 3 Sept. 1850, æt. 28 yrs.   He m. secondly, Oct. 28, 1851, Elizabeth W. Lincoln, sister of his first w.   She was b. in Hing. Aug. 10, 1828.   "Manuf'r of furniture."   Resides on South St., near Marsh's Bridge.
   Child, b. in Hing., by w. Lucy, —

   i.   JOSEPH ADAMS, July 23, 1850, d. 5 Jan. 1853.

   2.   GEORGE ALLEN (Allen = Martha W. Adams), b. at Dor. Mass., Jan. 18, 1838.   m. in Hing. May 12, 1858, Mary A. Studley, dau. of Benjamin G. and Marianne (Barrell) Studley.   She was b. in Hing. Oct. 1, 1838.   "Cabinet-maker."   Resided on Thaxter St.   Has removed to Brockton.
   Ch., b. in Hing., —

   i.   CHARLES ALLEN, Nov. 27, 1862.
   ii.   MARY ELLEN, Sept. 5, 1867.

   NOTE. — Martha F., m. Nov. 29, 1854, Waterman T. Burrell.   Harriet M., m. Timothy Sprague, and d. 29 Apr. 1886, æt. 55 yrs.   Mrs. Kezia (Lincoln), a native of Hing., d. at Boston, 23 June, 1861, æt. 77 yrs.   Mrs. Martha W. (Adams), d. in Hing. 22 Feb. 1878, æt. 82d yr.


   1.   THOMAS, first of the name in Hing., had a grant of land here in 1637; also other grants at subsequent dates.   Nichols's Hill, referred to in early deeds (Suff. Recs. vol. 34, p. 207), prob. took its name from him.   On the 11th of March, 1653, he added to his real estate by purchasing of Thomas Josselyn, et al., dw.-house, barn, etc., with three acres of land, which had previously belonged to Stephen Lincoln, bounded by the "comon" north and south; the "comons" and Thomas Nichols west; and Thomas Lincoln, husbandman, east.   He was twice m.   His first w., who was the mother of his ch., was Rebecca, dau. of Thomas and Rebecca Josselyn.   She d. 22 Sept. 1675, æt. 58


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