[Thanks to Lisa Whiting for transcribing the Supplement]
Hingham then he ye aforesaid Lincoln heard ye abovesaid Sagamore declare yt he would haue Ten acres of land vpon ye north-side of Turkey hill to giue to Deacon Jon. (John) Leauitt During ye time of his life & after his decease to be his sons, Josiah Leauitt which said Land ye Sagamore gaue to ye above mentioned persons to gratifie Deacon Leauitt for burying his mother."
|Sworn to before me JOHN SMITH,|
Sergeant DANIEL LINCOLN (II. p. 449), of Hingham, aged 75 years, testifieth and saith, on the day that Josiah ye Indian Saggamore came to Hingham to agree with, or to haue satisfaction for the township of sd Hingham, which was about thirty years since, the sd Josiah Saggamore told this deponent at the house of Thomas Joy in Hingham that he had given ten acres of land on turkey hill to Deacon Leauitt for his lifetime, and after his decease, to his son Josiah.
|DANIEL × LINCOLN.|
CHARLES E. m. Dec. 1, 1888, Nellie G. Bates of Norwell.
DAMIETTA D., wid. of Rufus W. (II., p. 473 : 40), d. 2 June, 1889, æt. 87 yrs.
ELIZABETH J., w. of Edward (II. p. 485 : 33), d. 19 May, 1888, æt. 68th yr.
EZEKIEL (II. p. 471 : 31), according to the family tradition, had a s. Samuel who was lost at sea when abt. 18 yrs. of age. He was with Capt. Elijah Beal (II. p. 71 : 62), at the time.
FRANK L., m. Aug. 7, 1886, Mary L. Raymond of Wey.
FREDERICK EDWIN, s. of Henry and grandson of Albert (II. p. 472 : 34, iv.), was b. in Hing. Nov. 3, 1880.
HANNAH, dau. of Asa (II. p. 472 : 37), d. 22 Feb. 1889, æt. 70th yr.
HANNAH, wid. of David (II. p. 484 : 30), d. 2 July, 1889, æt. 91 yrs.
HANNAH M. (Sears), w. of John, Jr. (II. p. 474 : 42, i.), d. at Northbridge, Mass., 9 July, 1888, æt. 52 yrs.
HELENE AYLMER, dau. of Alvah W. (III. p. 15 : 39), was b. in Hing. June 8, 1886.
JACOB (II. p. 452 : 10, v.), had a dau. Mary who m. William Shackford. Their s. John William Shackford commanded for many yrs. the steam packet-ship "Illinois" and other ocean steamships, and is now (1888) master of Jay Gould's famous steam yacht "Atalanta."
JOSEPH A., of Keene, N. H., m. July 5, 1887, Mabel H. Welch of Hing.
LILLIAN, dau. of Hosea H. (II. p. 458 : 28), m. in Boston, March 26, 1888, N. Everett Silsbee.
LYDIA, dau. of John (II. p. 465 : 15), m. for her sec. husband Silas Holbrook. See III. p. 38 : 33.
MARY, dau. of Ephraim (II. p. 453 : 12), d. 15 Feb. 1888, æt. 89 yrs.
MOSES (II. p. 451 : 8), in middle life removed from the old homestead on Fort Hill St. to North St. nearly opp. Goold's Bridge.
NATHAN F. (III. p. 11 : 23, vi., 1), m. at Cambridge, May 9, 1889, Marion H. Burnham.
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