332 Wolfe — Woodcock — Woods — Woodward.  

[Thanks to Leroy F. Phipps for transcribing the Wolfe family]

   Ch., all b. in Hing., —

   i.   GEORGE ADAM, Apr. 14, 1838; is m. and resides at Boston   (See "Hingham in the Civil War.")
   ii.   HENRY, Dec. 18, 1839.
   iii.   PHILIP, March 6, 1842.   Resides at No. Wey.
   iv.   LEONARD FISHER, Nov. 14, 1843.   Resides at No. Wey.
   v.   CATHERINE, June 23, 1845.   m. May 11, 1862, William T. Nelson.
   vi.   ELIZABETH MARGARET, March 4, 1847.   m. Oct. 29, 1872, John H. Allen, of Boston.
   vii.   LUCY, Dec. 7, 1848.   m. Charles Keep of Boston.
   viii.   DAVID FISHER, Nov. 29, 1850.   Resides at No. Wey.
   ix.   ADAM, Nov. 2, 1852.   m. Dec. 13, 1872, Lucy P. Frost.
   x.   ELLA FRANCES, Feb. 23, 1856.   m. Sept. 1, 1874, Charles H. Burbank.
   xi.   JOHN, Oct. 26, 1858.


WOODCOCK.

   WILLIAM, an early resident of this town, was a member of Capt. Johnson's company, Dec. 1675, and one of the selectmen of Hing. 1677.   He prob. removed from here soon after 1681, in which year he was assessed a rate towards the erection of the new meeting-house.   His first w., whom he m. in Oct. 1648, was Sarah, dau. of Anthony Cooper.   She d. 27 Nov. 1652.   Dec. 10, 1663, he took a sec. w., whose chris. name was Mary.
   Ch., all by the sec. m'ge, and b. in Hing., were —

   i.   MARY, Aug. 17, 1664.
   ii.   A DAU., July 29, 1666.
   iii.   SARAH, Aug. 2, 1667.
   iv.   ALICE, Nov. 25, 1669.
   v.   ANN, March 31, 1672.
   vi.   ELIZABETH, July 25, 1674, d. 18 Jan. 1683-84.
   vii.   MIRIAM, Aug. 14, 1677.
   viii.   WILLIAM, June 19, 1681.


WOODS (WOOD).

[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Woods family]

   WILLIAM, was one of the constables of Hing. 1677.   RICHARD, d. Dec. 1692.   JOHN, of Ply., m. Feb. 10, 1707-08, Sarah Leavitt.   HANNAH, m. Apr. 10, 1755, Amos Berry.   OSBORN, m. Dec. 8, 1819, Silence T. Lincoln (II. 453).   ROXANNA, of Northfield, m. Cushing Lincoln (II. 465).   LEWIS H., of Boston m. Nov. 15, 1866, Abbie F. dau. of Charles Humphrey.   CYRUS P., of Wey. m. Oct. 14, 1869, Eliza, dau. of Alfred Overton.   SARAH E., m. Jan. 1, 1882, George A. Wilder.


WOODWARD.

[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Woodward family]

   RALPH, a merchant from Dublin, Ire., became a resident of Hing. 1636, and the same yr. had a house-lot of five acres granted him on Town (South) St., near what is now the corner of Hersey St.   The chris. name of his w., whom he prob. m. in Ire., was Mary.   She d. in Hing. 4 Feb. 1660-61.   He d. 5 Jan. 1662-63.   Freeman 1638.   Was one of the first two deacons of the church in Hing., having been chosen to the office 29 Jan. 1639-40.   In 1649 he was honored by our government with a commission to solemnize marriages.   There is no rec. showing that Ralph and Mary had ch. b. here.   An unm. dau.,

 

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