NOTE. James E., of Braintree m. March 11, 1835, Mary B. Cushing. Sarah H. of Wey., m. Apr. 27, 1812 Henry Barnes of Hing., widr. Abraham Jr., m. Dec. 1, 1847, Caroline G. Hersey. Bela, for many years a resident of Hing., d. here 13 Jun. 1858, æt. 73 yrs. His wife was Polly Vining, from Wey. Their dau. Sally V. m. Oct. 30, 1825, Willard F. Pool. Mrs. Sally V. (Thayer) Belcher d. at Wey. 16 Aug. 1884, æt. 75 yrs. Warren K., d. in Hing. 19 Sept. 1855, æt. 55 yrs. Edwin M., of Newton m. June 27, 1880, Mercy W., dau. of George and Mercy (Hall) Lincoln.
[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Thomas family]
NATHANIEL, of Mf'd. m. first, in Hing. Feb. 11, 1663-64, Deborah, daughter of Nicholas and Mary Jacob. She was bt. in Hing. Nov. 26, 1643. After her decease he m. secondly, Elizabeth, the wid. of William Condy, whose maiden name was Dolbery. Resided at Mf'd. Of the ten ch. of Nathaniel and Mary, one only appears upon Hing. rec's, viz.,
|i.||WILLIAM, bt. Oct. 3, 1675. Resided at Boston.|
1. PRINCE, from Wey., and by occupation "blacksmith," was for sev. yrs. a resident of Hing. His w., whom he prob. m. at Wey., was Abigail Pratt. She outlived him, and d. in Hing. 30 Aug. 1833, æt. 77 yrs. He d. 4 June, 1797, æt. 46 yrs. Their
Ch., prob. b. at Wey., were
|2.||i.||BENJAMIN, Jan. 18, 1776.|
|ii.||ABIGAIL, . m. in Hing. Nov. 4, 1804, David L. Goodspeed of Dux.|
|iii.||JOHN, . Resided at Wey.|
|iv.||MARY, . m. Thomas Sampson.|
|v.||PRINCE, . m. and had issue. He removed to the State of Me. Was by occupation "butcher."|
|vi.||SUSAN, . m. Martin Cushing, s. of Isaac. They resided at Maxfield, Me.|
|vii.||TIRZAH PRATT, 1794. m. Martin Leavitt of Hing., and d. Dec. 1832, æt. 38 yrs.|
2. BENJAMIN (Prince = Abigail Pratt), b. at Wey. Jan. 18, 1776. m. in Hing. first, Aug. 19, 1798, Lydia Whiton, dau. of Jacob and Elizabeth (Marble) Whiton. She d. 24 May, 1837, æt. 65 yrs. He m. secondly, Feb. 27, 1842, Ann Webb of Wey. Benjamin d. 13 Sept. 1848, æt. 72 yrs. "Blacksmith." Representative at the General Court 1824 to 1828 inc. He was a man of more than ordinary ability as a public speaker, especially in town-meeting, where he was noted for clearness of expression and uniform courtesy. Resided at Hing. Centre.
Ch., all b. in Hing., by w. Lydia,
|3.||i.||BENJAMIN, Feb. 9, 1799.|
|4.||ii.||WILLIAM, Aug. 12, 1800.|
|5.||iii.||REUBEN, Jan. 12, 1802.|
|iv.||LYDIA, Apr. 17, 1803. m. Feb. 6, 1825, James Stephenson, Jr.|
|6.||v.||DAVID, Jan. 29, 1805.|
3. BENJAMIN (Benjamin = Lydia Whiton), b. in Hing. Feb. 9, 1799. m. Apr. 22, 1827, Sally L. Leavitt, dau. of Jerom and Sally (Lincoln) Leavitt. She was b. in Hing. Jan. 16, 1803, d. 15 June, 1889, æt. 86 yrs. (3:370). Benjamin d. 25 Feb. 1854, æt. 55 yrs. "Gunsmith." Resided at Hing. Centre.
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