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ten or twelve yrs. in the employ of the United States Govt, engaged in the construction of light-houses along the southern coast.   He m. Jan. 10, 1818, Priscilla Lincoln, dau. of Caleb and Elizabeth (Lincoln) Lincoln (II. 454).   She was b. in Hing. March 3l, 1795, and d. 3 Jan. 1879, æt. 84th yr.   Samuel d. 2 July, 1869, æt. 79 yrs.   Resided on South St.
   Ch., all b. in Hing., —

   i.   SUSAN, July 7, 1819, d. 14 Feb. 1821.
   ii.   SUSAN, May 15, 1822.   m. Oct. 12, 1848, Dr. Henry B. May of Boston, and has ch.: 1. Harriet E., m. Oct. 19, 1882, Anthony Vanzee of Brooklyn, N. Y.   2. Henry G., m. Oct. 20, 1883, Susie, dau. of Albert Stodder, or Stoddard, and resides in Cal.
   iii.   SAMUEL DAVIS, July 28, 1828, d. at San Francisco, Cal., 2 Dec. 1850.
   iv.   GUSTAVUS LINCOLN, March, 13, 1832; was grad. at Med. Department, Har. University, 1856.   "Physician and surgeon" at Sacramento, Cal.   He m. 1862, Celia, dau. of Rev. Peter Crocker of Barnstable, Mass., and has ch.: 1. Gustavus; 2. Carrie E.; 3. Celia; 4. Samuel.


   NOTE. — Moses Symons, bt. by Rev. Peter Hobart, Jan. 19, 1661-62.   Sarah, of Scit. m. Jan. 15, 1788, Jonathan Cushing.   Charles, m. Nov. 27, 1856, Esther M., dau. of Caleb Stodder.   Frank W., s. of Charles W. and Mary J. (Reed), was b. in Hing. Sept. 16, 1874, and d. 15 Oct. foll.   Carrie E., of So. Scit. m. Oct. 18, 1882, John A. Batchelder.


SIVRET.

[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Sivret family]

   JAMES WILLIAM, was b. at Charlestown, Mass., Dec. 27, 1798, and was grad. at Har. Coll. 1818.   He m. in Hing. June 11, 1819, Abigail B. Whiting, dau. of Davis and Abigail (Bowker) Whiting.   She was b. in Hing. Jan. 4, 1799, and d. at Boston, 9 Apr. 1885, æt. 86 yrs.   He d. at Boston, 3 Nov. 1881, æt. 83d yr.   Was for a number of yrs. landlord of the Half-Way House at West Scit., near Hing. boundary line; afts. "grocer" at the Four Corners, and later "weigher and gauger" at Boston.   Was representative from Hing. 1833, 1834, 1835, and 1836.   Resided while in Hing., on Main St., "Liberty Plain," near the Four Corners.
   Ch., b. in Hing., —

   i.   JAMES, May 25, 1820, d. 2 Apr. 1824.
   ii.   ABIGAIL CATHERINE, Aug. 12, 1822, d. at Dor. 16 July, 1840.
   iii.   JAMES, Apr. 22, 1826.   m. (1) Dec. 11, 1851, Caroline D. Flint of Salem.   She d. 29 Sept. 1852, and he m. (2) Nov. 25, 1855, Sophia M. Tileston of Dor.   She d. 31 March, 1876.   He d. at Dor. 16 July, 1861, æt. 35 yrs.


SLACK.

[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Slack family]

   WILLIAM, prob. from Wey., by w. Mary had
   Ch., b. or bt. in Hing., as foll.: —

   i.   BENJAMIN, bt. Oct. 16, 1692.
   ii.   ELIZABETH, Apr. 22, 1694.


SLADER.

[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Slader family]

   SAMUEL, m. in Hing. Dec. 7, 1727, Mary Wilder, dau. of Jabez and Mary (Ford) Wilder.   She was b. in Hing. May 28, 1697.   Samuel was by occupation "tailor."   Resided on Main St., near the meeting-house of the First Parish.   This surname disappears from our tax-lists before the War of the Revolution.   Samuel and his fam. prob. removed to Windham, Conn.

 

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