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Ancestors of Marlo Ann Moura


Generation No. 12


       3624. Thomas Hannemann, born Abt 1628 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia; died Abt 1700 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia. He was the son of 7248. Andreas Hannemann. He married 3625. Margarethe Boltzen November 30, 1653 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia.
       3625. Margarethe Boltzen, born Abt 1632 in Felgentrau, Brandenburg, Prussia; died Abt 1700 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia.

       Child of Thomas Hannemann and Margarethe Boltzen is:

  1812 i.   Martin Hannemann, born January 08, 1656/57 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia; died Abt 1710 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia; married Anna Schueler June 14, 1681 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia.
       3632. Martin Wullschlaeger, born Abt 1630 in Nuehof, Brandenburg, Prussia; died Abt 1700 in Nuehof, Brandenburg, Prussia. He married 3633. Maria Buerger June 18, 1654 in Nuehof, Brandenburg, Prussia.
       3633. Maria Buerger, born Abt 1633 in Nuehof, Brandenburg, Prussia; died Abt 1700 in Nuehof, Brandenburg, Prussia. She was the daughter of 7266. Johannes Buerger.

       Child of Martin Wullschlaeger and Maria Buerger is:

  1816 i.   Johannes Wullschlaeger, born November 20, 1660 in Nuehof, Brandenburg, Prussia; died Abt 1740 in Nuehof, Brandenburg, Prussia; married Maria Tischmann January 10, 1681/82 in Nuehof, Brandenburg, Prussia.
       3638. Michael Hain/Hagen, born Abt 1630 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia; died Abt 1700 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia. He married 3639. Anna Abt 1645 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia.
       3639. Anna, born Abt 1630 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia; died Abt 1700 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia.

       Child of Michael Hain/Hagen and Anna is:

  1819 i.   Catharina Hain/Hagen, born Abt 1660 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia; died Abt 1750 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia; married Andreas Kitzing May 10, 1681 in Greuna, Brandenburg, Prussia.
       3712. John Brown, born October 11, 1601 in Hawkedon, Suffolk, England; died June 20, 1636 in Watertown, Massachusetts. He married 3713. Dorothy Kent June 20, 1630 in Watertown, Massachusetts.
       3713. Dorothy Kent, born 1603 in Hawkedon, Suffolk, England; died January 27, 1694/95 in Watertown, Massachusetts.

       Child of John Brown and Dorothy Kent is:

  1856 i.   John Brown, born 1631 in Hawkedon, Suffolk, England; died November 20, 1697 in Watertown, Massachusetts; married Hester Makepeace February 24, 1654/55 in Boston, Massachusetts.
       3716. Roger Wellington, born 1609 in England; died March 11, 1697/98 in Watertown, Massachusetts. He married 3717. Mary Palgrave 1637 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
       3717. Mary Palgrave, born 1618 in Wymondham, Norfolk, England; died January 21, 1694/95 in Watertown, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 7434. Richard Palgrave and 7435. Anna Hooker.

       Children of Roger Wellington and Mary Palgrave are:

  i.   John Wellington, born July 25, 1638.
  ii.   Mary Wellington, born February 10, 1639/40.
  iii.   Joseph Wellington, born October 09, 1643.
  1858 iv.   Benjamin Wellington, born 1646 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died 1709 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Sweetman December 07, 1671 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  v.   Oliver Wellington, born 1648.
  vi.   Palgrave Wellington, born 1650.
  vii.   Thomas Wellington, born 1655.
       3718. Thomas Sweetman, born 1620 in England; died Abt 1700 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He married 3719. Isabel Cutter 1643 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
       3719. Isabel Cutter, born Abt 1620 in England; died Abt 1700 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 7438. Samuel Cutter and 7439. Elizabeth Leatherland.

       Children of Thomas Sweetman and Isabel Cutter are:

  1859 i.   Elizabeth Sweetman, born January 06, 1646/47 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died Abt 1710 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married Benjamin Wellington December 07, 1671 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Rebecca Sweetman, born April 07, 1649.
  iii.   Mehitable Sweetman, born 1651.
  iv.   Sarah Sweetman, born May 02, 1654.
  v.   Thomas Sweetman, born January 18, 1654/55.
  vi.   Ruhannah Sweetman, born March 28, 1657.
  vii.   Samuel Sweetman, born April 19, 1659.
  viii.   Bethia Sweetman, born July 07, 1661.
  ix.   Hephzibah Sweetman, born June 19, 1666.
       3720. Obadiah Read, born 1639 in Charlestown, Massachusetts; died 1722 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He was the son of 7440. Esdras Read and 7441. Alice. He married 3721. Anna Swift Abt 1655 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
       3721. Anna Swift, born Abt 1640 in Charlestown, Massachusetts; died Abt 1720 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.

       Child of Obadiah Read and Anna Swift is:

  1860 i.   Thomas Read, born Abt 1656 in Charlestown, Massachusetts; died 1695 in Dunstable, Massachusetts; married Hannah Blanchard 1679 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
       3722. John Blanchard, born 1623 in Burstead, England; died Abt 1690 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. He was the son of 7444. Thomas Blanchard. He married 3723. Elizabeth Hills 1648 in Malden, Massachusetts.
       3723. Elizabeth Hills, born October 21, 1627 in Burstead, England; died November 25, 1674 in Malden, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 7446. Joseph Hills and 7447. Rose Dunster.

Notes
Deacon John Blanchard married first (1658) Elizabeth Hills, baptized 21 October 1627, died about 1662. Second, c. 1663, Hannah ( Brackett) Kinsley, killed by Indians 3 July 1706.

       Child of John Blanchard and Elizabeth Hills is:

  1861 i.   Hannah Blanchard, born February 06, 1658/59 in Charlestown, Massachusetts; died Abt 1690 in Dunstable, Massachusetts; married Thomas Read 1679 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
       3724. Thomas Chamberlain, born 1610 in England; died Abt 1700 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. He married 3725. Mary Poulter 1635 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
       3725. Mary Poulter, born Abt 1604 in England; died Abt 1700 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.

       Children of Thomas Chamberlain and Mary Poulter are:

  i.   Anna Chamberlain, born 1636.
  1862 ii.   Thomas Chamberlain, born 1640 in England; died May 28, 1727 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts; married Sarah Proctor August 10, 1666 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
  iii.   Samuel Chamberlain, born October 07, 1645 in Woburn, Massachusetts; died May 28, 1727; married Elizabeth.
  iv.   Mary Chamberlain, born January 30, 1648/49 in Woburn, Massachusetts; married John Graves December 01, 1671 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
       3726. John Proctor, born 1595 in London, England; died October 11, 1672 in Ipswich, Massachusetts. He married 3727. Martha 1630 in London, England.
       3727. Martha, born Abt 1607 in London, England; died June 13, 1659 in Salem, Massachusetts.

       Children of John Proctor and Martha are:

  i.   John Proctor, born 1632 in London, England; died August 19, 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts; married Martha Abt 1652 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts.
  ii.   Mary Proctor, born 1633 in London, England; died 1667 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts; married George Hadley in Ipswich, Masschsuetts.
  iii.   Joseph Proctor, born Abt 1636 in Salem, Massachusetts; married Martha Wainwright Abt 1660 in Salem, Massachusetts.
  iv.   Benjamin Proctor, born Abt 1638 in Salem, Massachusetts; married Deborah Hart February 1672/73 in Salem, Massachusetts.
  v.   Martha Proctor, born Abt 1640 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts; died October 14, 1658; married James White Abt 1660 in Salem, Massachusetts.
  vi.   Abigail Proctor, born 1640 in Salem, Massachusetts; died March 01, 1731/32 in Salem, Massachusetts; married Thomas Varney in Salem, Massachusetts.
  1863 vii.   Sarah Proctor, born August 12, 1646 in Salem, Massachusetts; died February 08, 1705/06 in Beverly, Massachusetts; married (1) John Dodge April 10, 1659 in Salem, Massachusetts; married (2) Thomas Chamberlain August 10, 1666 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
  viii.   Hannah Proctor, born Abt 1647 in Salem, Massachusetts; married Mr. Weden Abt 1667 in Salem, Massachusetts.
       3732. John Gould, born Abt 1610 in Towcester, Northampton,England; died March 21, 1689/90 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He married 3733. Joanna Abt 1640 in Towcester, Northampton,England.
       3733. Joanna, born Abt 1608 in England; died August 27, 1697 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Notes
ORIGINAL INHABITANTS OF CHARLESTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS

GOULD, JOHN 1610-1636
       LITERATE: MIDDLESEX WILL 9535
       CARPENTER, HUSBANDMAN
       TOWCESTER, NORTHANTS.
       CHURCH MEMBER: 1638
       FREEMAN: 1638
       1638 ACRES: 40
       RESIDENCE (1635) : CHARLESTOWN

       Children of John Gould and Joanna are:

  1866 i.   John Gould, born August 05, 1648 in Charlestown, Massachusetts; died January 24, 1711/12 in Stoneham, Massachusets; married Abigail Belcher 1670 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Hannah Gould, born October 26, 1644.
  iii.   John Gould, born January 07, 1645/46 in Charlestown, Massachusetts; died March 08, 1646/47 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
  iv.   Daniel Gould, born 1655 in Charlestown, Massachusetts; died 1697; married Dorcas Belcher.
       3734. Jeremiah Belcher, born 1613 in Wiltshire,England; died March 1691/92 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts. He married 3735. Mary Lockwood March 30, 1652 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts.
       3735. Mary Lockwood, born Abt 1628 in England; died October 1700 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts.

Notes
Jeremiah Belcher came to New England in the ship " Susan & Ellen " in the spring of 1635. On the ships list his age is stated to be 22 years so he was born about 1613. He is said to have been born in Wiltshire, England. He settled at Ipswich, Massachusetts, where he became a proprietor, was admitted freeman March 13, 1638, and acquired extensive lands by purchase and grant. In the records he is usually styled " merchant " or " sergeant . " On May 28, 1659 he was granted 300 acres by the General Court, to be located outside the settled plantations, but he did not take it up. Jeremiah Belcher died in Ipswich in March of 1692, aged about 80 years.

       Children of Jeremiah Belcher and Mary Lockwood are:

  1867 i.   Abigail Belcher, born Abt 1652 in Ipswich, Masschusetts; died December 20, 1687 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married John Gould 1670 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Judith Belcher, born April 19, 1658; married John Andrews.
  iii.   Dorcas Belcher, born 1656; married Daniel Gould.
  iv.   Mary Belcher, born July 12, 1660 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts; died Aft February 09, 1680/81; married Thomas Andrews.
  v.   David Belcher, born 1662.
  vi.   Richard Belcher, born September 10, 1665 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts; died September 14, 1720 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts; married Mary Simpson March 20, 1687/88 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts.
  vii.   Ann Belcher, born 1668 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts; married Moses Burnham.
       3736. Thomas Emerson, born Abt 1591 in Durham, England; died Abt 1620 in England. He married 3737. Elizabeth Woodmansee.
       3737. Elizabeth Woodmansee.

       Child of Thomas Emerson and Elizabeth Woodmansee is:

  1868 i.   Joseph Emerson, born Abt 1620 in England; died January 03, 1679/80 in Concord, Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Bulkley December 07, 1665 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
       3738. Edward Bulkley, born June 17, 1614 in Odell, Bedford, England; died January 02, 1695/96 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He was the son of 7476. Peter Bulkley and 7477. Jane Allen.

       Child of Edward Bulkley is:

  1869 i.   Elizabeth Bulkley, born Abt 1637 in Malford, Worcester, England; died September 04, 1693 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married Joseph Emerson December 07, 1665 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
       3740. Nicholas Brown, born 1601 in Inkburrow Parish, Worcestershire, England; died November 16, 1694 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He was the son of 7480. Edward Brown and 7481. Jane Leids. He married 3741. Elizabeth Leids in England.
       3741. Elizabeth Leids, born 1605 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died November 01, 1674 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.

       Children of Nicholas Brown and Elizabeth Leids are:

  i.   Thomas Brown, born 1628 in Inkburrow Parish, Worcestershire, England; died August 28, 1693 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts; married Mary Endoe June 25, 1631 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.
  ii.   Anthony Brown, born Abt 1630.
  iii.   Josiah Brown, born 1630 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died January 29, 1689/90 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married Mary Fellows November 23, 1666 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  iv.   Cornelius Brown, born 1632 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died 1701 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts; married Sarah Lamson June 06, 1665 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  1870 v.   John Brown, born 1634 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died March 12, 1716/17 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married Anna Fiske May 30, 1677 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  vi.   William Brown, born Abt 1638 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died 1689 in Bristol, Rhode Island; married Lydia Parchment April 11, 1656 in Boston, Massachusetts.
  vii.   Nicholas Brown, born Abt 1639 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died June 02, 1711 in Monmouth, New Jersey; married Mary Chambers 1707 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  viii.   Edward Brown, born August 15, 1640 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died April 26, 1685 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married Sarah Dix July 21, 1679 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  ix.   Abraham Brown, born Abt 1642 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died May 1714 in Mansfield, New Jersey; married Mary Brown.
  x.   Jane Brown, born 1645 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died February 04, 1718/19 in Westerly, Rhode Island; married James Babcock in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  xi.   Elizabeth Brown, born December 10, 1647 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died March 10, 1723/24 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married Hannaniah Parker September 30, 1663 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  xii.   Joseph Brown, born December 10, 1647 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died October 17, 1723 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Bancroft May 26, 1674 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  xiii.   Sarah Brown, born June 28, 1650 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died Abt 1670 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married Robert Burnap Abt 1670 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  xiv.   Mary Brown, born 1653 in Malford, Worcestershire, England; died 1707 in Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married Thomas Upham October 02, 1704 in Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  xv.   Mehitable Brown, born Abt 1654 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died 1735 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married John Townsend April 23, 1690 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
       3742. John Fiske, born March 20, 1607/08 in England; died June 14, 1676 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He married 3743. Anne Gippes 1635 in Salem, Massachusetts.
       3743. Anne Gippes, born in Frenze, County Norfolk, England; died February 14, 1670/71 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts.

Notes
Reverend John Fiske of Salem, Wenham and Chelmsford, Massachusetts
planter, minister, physician. Baptized at St. James, South Elmham, England, 20 March 1607/8; died probably at Chelmsford, Massachusetts 14 June 1676/7; Married (1) in 1635, Anne Gippes of Frenze, Co. Norfolk who died at Chelmsford 14 February 1671/2; m(2) at Chelmsford 1 August 1672, Elizabeth Hinchman, widow of Edmund Hinckman.
In 1637, with his wife, one or two of his children, his two sisters and younger brother, William, John Fiske emigrated to New England. After tarrying first at Cambridge, moved that same year to Salem. He was admitted Freeman 2 November 1637, was preacher and schoolmaster at Salem for almost four years, moved to Wenham in 1641, gathered a church there of which he was pastor, 1644-1656, then went , with the greater part of his church, to Chelmsford. Here he was the first pastor and served both in that office as well as physician until his death.

       Children of John Fiske and Anne Gippes are:

  i.   John Fiske, born 1638.
  ii.   Moses Fiske, born 1642.
  1871 iii.   Anna Fiske, born Abt 1645 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts; married John Brown May 30, 1677 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
  iv.   Eliezup Fiske, born 1647.
       3746. Isaac Johnson, born 1611 in Herne Hill, England; died December 19, 1675 in Fort Narragansett, Rhode Island. He was the son of 7492. John Johnson and 7493. Margery Heath. He married 3747. Elizabeth Porter January 20, 1636/37 in Roxbury, Massachusetts.
       3747. Elizabeth Porter, born 1617 in England; died August 13, 1683 in Roxbury, Massachusetts.

Notes
SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAUGHTERS OF THE 17TH CENTURY
PG. 251

       Johnson, Captain Isaac: 1615- 1675
       Born in England, settled in Roxbury, Mass. 1630
       Freeman: 1635
       Member of Ancient & Honorable Artillery Company, 1645
       Captain, 1653.
       Representative, 1671
       Killed in Narragansett Fort fight while leading his men into the Fort
       over a felled tree, which was the only bridge over the swamp, and
       across which but one man could pass at a time.       
       

       Children of Isaac Johnson and Elizabeth Porter are:

  1873 i.   Elizabeth Johnson, born December 24, 1637 in Roxbury, Massachusetts; married Edward Wyer January 05, 1657/58 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
  ii.   John Johnson, born November 03, 1639.
  iii.   Mary Johnson, born April 10, 1642.
  iv.   Isaac Johnson, born January 07, 1643/44.
  v.   Joseph Johnson, born November 09, 1645.
  vi.   Nathaniel Johnson, born May 01, 1646.
  vii.   Mehitable Johnson, born January 27, 1646/47.
       3750. Elias Maverick, born 1610 in Awliscombe, Devon, England; died September 08, 1684 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He was the son of 7500. John Maverick and 7501. Mary Gye. He married 3751. Annie Harris June 11, 1633 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
       3751. Annie Harris, born 1613 in Gloucester, England; died July 09, 1697 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 7502. Thomas Harris and 7503. Elizabeth Hills.

Notes
Yeoman

       Children of Elias Maverick and Annie Harris are:

  i.   John Maverick, born February 03, 1634/35.
  ii.   Abigail Maverick, born August 10, 1637.
  1875 iii.   Elizabeth Maverick, born June 02, 1639 in Chelsea, Massachusetts; died March 22, 1672/73 in Haverhill, Massachusetts; married John Johnson October 15, 1656 in Haverhill, Massachusetts.
  iv.   Sarah Maverick, born Abt 1641.
  v.   Elias Maverick, born Abt 1643.
  vi.   Peter Maverick, born Abt 1645.
  vii.   Mary Maverick, born 1647.
  viii.   Ruth Maverick, born 1649.
  ix.   Paul Maverick, born 1651.
  x.   Rebecca Maverick, born 1653.
       3752. John Newell. He married 3753. Hannah Larkin February 15, 1663/64 in Marlboro, Massachusetts.
       3753. Hannah Larkin, born March 16, 1642/43 in Charlestown, Massachusetts; died December 10, 1704 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 7506. Edward Larkin and 7507. Joanna Butler.

       Children of John Newell and Hannah Larkin are:

  1876 i.   Joseph Newell, born December 04, 1667 in Charlestown, Massachusetts; married Margaret Abt 1686 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
  ii.   John Newell, born November 17, 1665.
  iii.   Mary Newell, born March 01, 1668/69.
  iv.   Hannah Newell, born November 27, 1670.
  v.   Andrew Newell, born December 03, 1672.
  vi.   Hannah Newell, born April 26, 1680.
       3756. Henry Phillips, born October 04, 1635 in Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England; died in Boston, Massachusetts. He was the son of 7512. Richard Phillips and 7513. Margaret Howland. He married 3757. Mary Dwight 1657 in Boston, Massachusetts.
       3757. Mary Dwight, born May 25, 1635 in Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts; died February 03, 1685/86 in Boston, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 7514. John Dwight and 7515. Hannah.

       Children of Henry Phillips and Mary Dwight are:

  1878 i.   Timothy Phillips, born September 15, 1658 in Boston, Massachusetts; died in Boston, Massachusetts; married Mary Foster 1680 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Mary Phillips, born November 28, 1660.
  iii.   Samuel Phillips, born November 02, 1662.
  iv.   Mehitable Phillips, born Abt 1665; married (1) Thomas Savage; married (2) Mr. Harwood.
  v.   Elisha Phillips, born May 12, 1665.
  vi.   Jonathan Phillips, born September 12, 1666.
  vii.   John Phillips, born January 22, 1667/68.
  viii.   John Phillips, born July 09, 1670.
  ix.   Elizabeth Phillips, born August 29, 1672.
  x.   Joseph Phillips, born February 19, 1674/75.
       3758. William Foster, born 1618 in Ipswich,Suffolk,England; died May 08, 1698 in Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He was the son of 7516. Thomas Foster and 7517. Abigail Wimes. He married 3759. Anne Brackenbury 1655 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
       3759. Anne Brackenbury, born February 05, 1632/33 in Charlestown, Massachusetts; died in Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 7518. William Brackenbury and 7519. Ann.

       Children of William Foster and Anne Brackenbury are:

  i.   John Foster, born July 15, 1656.
  ii.   Ann Foster, born September 05, 1658.
  1879 iii.   Mary Foster, born May 06, 1660 in Charlestown, Massachusetts; died in Boston, Massachusetts; married Timothy Phillips 1680 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
  iv.   John Foster, born August 10, 1666.
  v.   Deborah Foster, born February 28, 1667/68.
       3764. Andrew Foster, born 1579 in England; died May 07, 1685 in Andover, Massachusetts. He married 3765. Ann 1639 in England.
       3765. Ann, born 1617 in England; died December 03, 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts.

Notes
ANN FOSTER TRIAL NOTES

1692
JULY 14-15: COMPLAINT OF JOSEPH BALLARD
        AFFLICTED: ELIZABETH PHELPS BALLARD

JULY 15: EXAMINATION
JULY 16: EXAMINATION
JULY 18: EXAMINATION
JULY 21: EXAMINATION

SEPTEMBER 1O: SIGNED AND OWNED EXAMINATION AND CONFESSED

SEPTEMBER 13: JURY OF INQUEST
              INDICTMENT BY VICTIM ELIZABETH HUBBARD
              WITNESSES FOR VICTIM: MARY WALCOTT, ELIZABETH
               HUBBARD, MARY WARREN
              GUILTY-- CONDEMNED

IMPRISONED 21 WEEKS, WHERE SHE DIED IN DECEMBER


1711: COMPENSATION PAID TO SON ABRAHAM FOSTER 6.10.0 POUNDS


NOTES: NAMED MARTHA A. CARRIER (ALREADY IMPRISONED)
REVEREND GEORGE BURROUGHS (ALREADY IMPRISONED)
"GREY HAIR MAN" (MAYBE REVEREND DANE)
ANOTHER MAN ( MAYBE MR. BURSE)

AFFLICTED: A HOG OF JOHN LOVEJOY
TIMOTHY SWAN
SOME PERSONS IN SALEM VILLAGE
GOODY BIBBER

STATEMENT THAT MARTHA A. CARRIER HAD BEWITCHED JAMES HOBBS' SON TO DEATH


       On July 14/15, 1692, a complaint was made by Joseph Ballard, whose brother, John Ballard, was one of the two constables of Andover, against Ann Foster, widow of Andrew Foster, for " Bewitching" Ballard's wife, Elizabeth Phelps Ballard.
              ( note: The obvious object of the " accusers" of Andover was to get the Reverend Francis Dane. The secondary goal was to get the families of John Osgood, Christopher Osgood, Richard Barker, etc... Ann Foster was the trial "balloon" and when it worked, they just went through the town and picked off those they were gunning for.)

       Andrew Foster was Scot, born about 1580 and an original proprietor of the town of Andover in 1643. He and his wife, Ann, had five children known to have reached adulthood: Andrew, Abraham, Hannah, Sarah and Mary, all born between 1640 and 1655. In 1685, the ancient Andrew Foster died at an age of over 100 years, his widow, Ann, was then living on the Boston Road in the south part of Andover.
       It is not surprising that the elderly widow, Ann Foster, known to Cotton Mather and others in Boston and Salem because of the murder of her daughter, Hannah, would be accused of witchcraft. The blow came on July 15, 1692, just days before the mass executions on July 19, 1692.
       Ann was a tough old Scot and not easily intimidated, but still she was no match for John Hathorne. She was examined on record on July 15, 16, 18 and 21. She was not allowed to sleep but was kept awake between these official examinations by constant interrogation and forced walking in the prison. She was broken physically and mentally. The desired result, testimony against Martha A.. Carrier, who was next coming to trial, was attained by inquisitors.
       Elizabeth Phelps Ballard was ill with a fatal sickness which was to bring her death on July 27, 1692. On July 9, 1692, Joseph Ballard went to the authorities in Salem Town and swore out a complaint for the arrest of the daughter and granddaughter of Ann Foster, then undergoing torture in the Salem Jail. He posted a bond of 100 pounds to prosecute Mary Foster Lacey and Mary Lacey Junior, age 15. Mother and daughter were arrested and imprisoned.



THE SALEM WITHCRAFT PAPERS

       Ann Foster ( Died in Prison)


MARY WALCOTT VS. ANN FOSTER

        Mary Walcott affirmed to the Jury of Inquest: that Ann Foster: of Andover: has afflicted her: both: before her examination: and at her examination & since: that time by biting pinching & choaking of her s'd Walcot aslo sayth she has: seen her s'd Foster afflict: Eliz Hubbert: at the time of her examination: by choaking & pinching of her: & # (that) she beleeved Foster is a witch: & that: she hath afflicted me & Eliz Hubbard by witchcraft 3 (Sept'r 13: 16) upon her oath
                            Sept'r 13: 1692


ELIZABETH HUBBARD VS. ANN FOSTER

       Eliz Hubbert. Affirmed to the Jury of Inquest: th't Ann Foster: both before : and at her examination & after hath afflicted her: she also affirmed: that she saw s'd Ann Foster or her apperition afflict Mary Walcot & Ann putnam: & she ses she verily beleeves: An Foster is a witch & that she s'd Foster: did afflict her & the above named persons by witchcraft upon her oath : Sept't 13 1692


MARY WARREN VS. ANN FOSTER

       Mary Warin affirmed to the Jury of Inquest: that she saw Ann Foster or her Apperition: afflict : Mary Wallcot & Eliz Hubbert : & she also : afflicted me s'd Warin : before the Jury of Inquest : & I veryly believe s'd Foster is a witch & th't she -- Afflicted me & the persons mentioned : by Witchcraft upon her out Sept'r


EXAMINATIONS OF ANN FOSTER

       The Examination and Confession of Ann Foster at Salem Vilage 15 July 1692 after a while Ann foster confessed that hte divill apered to her in the shape of abird at several Times, such abird as she never saw the like before, & that she had had this gift (viz of striking the aflicted downe w'th her eye ever) since, & being ask't why she thought that bird was the divill she answred because he came white and vanished away black & that the divill told her she should have prosperity & # (that) she said that he had apeared to her three times & was always as a bird & the last time was about halfe a year since, & sat upon atable had two legs & great eyes & that it was the second time of his apearance that he promised her prosperity & that it was Cariers wife about three weeks agoe that came & perswaded her to hurt these people.

       16. July. 1692. Ann Foster Examined conffesed that it was Goody Carier that made her a witch that she came to her in person about Six yeares agoe & told her if she would not be awitch the divill should tare her in peices and Cary her away at w'ch time she promised to Serve the divill, that she had bewitched a hog of John Lovejoys to Death & that she had hurt Some persons in Salem Vilage that goody Carier came to her & would have bewitch two children of Andrew Allins & that she had then two popets made and stuck pins in them to bewitch the said Children by which one of them dyed the other very sick, that she was at the meeting of the witches at Salem Vilage, that Goody Carier came & told her of the meeting & would have her goe, so they gat upon Sticks & went said Jorny & being ther did see mr Burroughs the minister who spake to them all, & this was about two months agoe that ther was then twenty five persons meet together, that she tyed a knot in a Rage & thre it into the fire to hurt #(a woeman at Salem Vilage & that she was hurt by her & that her name is Goody Vibber) Timo. Swan & that she did hurt the rest that complayned of her by squesing popets like them & so almost choaked them.--

       18 July 1692. Ann Foster Examined confesed thath the devill in shape of a #(black) man apeared to her w'th Goody carier about six yeare since when they made her awitch & that she promised to serve the divill two yeares: upon w'ch the Divill promised her prosperity & many things but never performed it, that she & martha Carier did both ride on a stick or pole when they went to the witch meeting at Salem Vilage & that the stick broak: as they ware caried in the aire above the tops of the trees & they fell but she did hang fast about the neck of Goody Carier & ware presently at the vilage, that she was then much hurt of her Leg, she further saith that she hard some of the witches say that their was three hundred & five in the whole Country, & that they would ruin that place the Vilage, also saith ther was present at that metting two men besides mr Buroughs the minister & one of them had gray haire, she saith that she formerly frequented the publique metting to worship god. but the divill had such power over her that she could not profit there & that was her undoeing: she saith that above three or foure yeares agoe Martha Carier told her she would bewitch James Hobbs child to death & the child dyed in twenty four howers.

       21. July: 92. Ann. Foster Examined Owned her former conffesion bieng REad to her and further conffesed that the discourse amongst the witches at the meeting at Salem village was that they would afflict there to set up the Divills Kingdome This conffesion is true as wittnese my hand:
                     The mark of Ann Foster
Ann Foster Signed & Owned the above Examination & conffesion before me
                     John Higginson Just'e peace
                     Salem 10th Septembr 1692

INDICTMENT V. ANN FOSTER

       The Juriors for our Sov'r Lord & Lady the King & Queen doe present that. Ann foster of Andivor In the County of Essex Widdow In & Upon the fifteenth Day of July In the year afores'd. and divers other days and times as well before as after Certaine Detestable arts called Witchcrafts and Sorceries wickedly and Mallitiously and felloniously hath used practised & Exerchised at and in the towne of Salem in the County of Essex aforesaid in upon & against one Eliza Hobert of Salem in the county of Essex aforesaid Single Woman by which Said wicked arts the Said Elizabeth Hobert the day & Yeare aforesaid and divers other days and times both before and after was and is Tortured aflicted Consumed Pined wasted and Tormented and also for sundry other acts of witchcraft by the said Ann foster --- Comitted and done before and Since that time against the peace of Yo'r Sov'r Lord and Lady the King & Queen theire Crowne and Dignity and the forme of the Stattute in that Case made and Provided.


EXAMINATION OF ANN FOSTER, MARY LACEY SR., AND MARY LACEY JR. --SECOND VERSION

21st July, 1692. Before Major Gidney, Mr. Hawthorne, Mr. Corwin and Capt. Higginson.

       Q. GOODY FOSTER! YOU REMEMBER WE HAVE THREE TIMES SPOKEN WITH YOU, AND DO YOU NOW REMEMBER WHAT YOU THEN CONFESSED TO US?-- YOU HAVE BEEN ENGAGED IN VERY GREAT WICKEDNESS, AND SOME HAVE BEEN LEFT TO HARDNESS OF HEART TO DENY; BUT IT SEEMS THAT GOD WILL GIVE YOU MORE FAVOUR THAN OTHERS, INASMUCH AS YOU RELENT. BUT YOUR DAUGHTER HERE HATH CONFESSED SOME THINGS THAT YOU DID NOT TELL US OF. YOUR DAUGHTER WAS WITH YOU AND GOODY CARRIER, WHEN YOU DID RIDE UPON THE STICK.
A. I did not know it.
Q. HOW LONG HAVE YOU KNOWN YOUR DAUGHTER TOE BE ENGAGED?
A. I cannot tell, nor have I any knowledge of it at all.
Q. DID YOU SEE YOUR DAUGHTER AT THE MEETING?
A. No.
Q. YOUR DAUGHTER SAID SHE WAS AT THE WITCHES MEETING, AND THAT YOU YOURSELF STOOD AT A DISTANCE OFF AND DID NOT PARTAKE AT THAT MEETING; AND YOU SAID SO ALSO; GIVE US A RELATION FROM THE BEGINNING UNTIL NOW.
A. I know none of there names that were there except for Goody Carrier.
Q. WOULD YOU KNOW THEIR FACES IF YOU SAW THEM?
A. I cannot tell.
Q. WHERE THERE NOT TWO COMPANIES IN THE FIELD AT THE SAME TIME?
A. I remember no more.
-----MARY WARREN, ONE OF THE AFFLICTED, SAID THAT GOODY CARRIER'S SHAPE TOLD HER, THAT GOODY FOSTER HAD MADE HER DAUGHTER A WITCH.-----
Q. DO NOT YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU DID SO ABOUT 13 YEARS AGO?
A. No, and I know no more of my daughter's being a witch than what day I shall die upon.
Q. ARE YOU WILLING YOUR DAUGHTER SHOULD MAKE A FULL AND FREE CONFESSION?
A. Yes.
Q. YOU CANNOT EXPECT PEACE OF CONSCIENCE WITHOUT A FREE CONFESSION.
A. If I knew any thing more, I would speak it to the utmost.
----GOODY LACEY, THE DAUGHTER, CALLED IN, BEGAN THUS; " OH!
MOTHER ! HOW DO YOU DO? WE HAVE LEFT CHRIST, AND THE DEVIL HATH GAT HOLD OF US. HOW SHALL I GET RID OF THIS EVIL ONE? I DESIRE GOD TO BREAK MY ROCKY HEART THAT I MAY GET THE VICTORY THIS TIME."-------
Q. GOODY FOSTER! YOU CANNOT GET RID OF THIS SNARE, YOUR HEART AND MOUTH IS NOT OPEN.
A. I did not see the devil, I was praying to the Lord.
Q. WHAT LORD?
A. To God.
Q. WHAT GOD DO WITCHES PRAY TO ?
A. I cannot tell, the Lord help me.
Q. GOODY LACEY! HAD YOU NO DISCOURSE WITH YOUR MOTHER WHEN RIDING?
A. No, I think I had not a word.
Q. WHO RID FOREMOST ON THAT STICK TO THE VILLAGE?
A. I suppose my mother.-------
( GOODY FOSTER SAID THAT GOODY CARRIER WAS FOREMOST)--------
Q. GOODY LACEY! HOW MANY YEARS AGO SINCE THEY WERE BAPTIZED?
A. Three or four years ago, I suppose.
Q. WHO BAPTIZED THEM?
A. The old serpent.
Q. HOW DID HE DO IT?
A. He dipped their heads in the water, saying, they were his and that he had power over them.
Q. WHERE WAS THIS?
A. At Fall's river.
Q. HOW MANY WERE BAPTIZED THAT DAY?
A. Some of the chief; I think they were six baptized.
Q. NAME THEM.
A. I think they were of the higher powers.
--------(MARY LACEY, THE GRAND-DAUGHTER, WAS BROUGHT IN, AND MARY WARREN FELL INTO A VIOLENT FIT.)-----
Q. HOW DARE YOU COME IN HERE, AND BRING THE DEVIL WITH YOU TO AFFLICT THESE POOR CREATURES?
--------( LACEY LAID HER HAND ON WARREN'S ARM, AND SHE RECOVERED FROM HER FIT)--------
Q. YOU ARE HERE ACCUSED OF PRACTISING WITCHCRAFT UPON GOODY BALLARD; WHICH WAY DO YOU DO IT?
A. I cannot tell. Where is my mother that made me a witch, and I knew it not? Q. CAN YOU LOOK UPON THAT MAID MARY WARREN, AND NOT HURT HER? LOOK UPON HER IN A FRIENDLY WAY.
---------(SHE, TRYING SO TO DO, STRUCK HER DOWN WITH HER EYES)--------------
Q. DO YOU ACKNOWLEDGE NOW YOU ARE A WITCH?
A. Yes.
Q. HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN A WITCH?
A. Not above a week.
Q. DID THE DEVIL APPEAR TO YOU?
A. Yes.
Q. IN WHAT SHAPE?
A. In the shape of a horse.
Q. WHAT DID HE SAY TO YOU?
A. He bid me not be afraid of anything, and he would not bring me out, but he has proved a liar from the beginning.
Q. WHEN WAS THIS?
A. I know not; above a week.
Q. DID YOU SET YOUR HAND TO THE BOOK?
A. No. Q. DID HE BID YOU WORSHIP HIM?
A. Yes.


       Children of Andrew Foster and Ann are:

  1882 i.   Andrew Foster, born Abt 1640 in Andover, Massachusetts; died May 07, 1697 in Andover, Massachusetts; married Mary Russ June 07, 1662 in Andover, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Sarah Foster, born May 23, 1642 in Andover, Massachusetts; married Samuel Kemp.
  iii.   Hannah Foster, born 1647 in Andover, Massachusetts; died April 20, 1689 in Andover, Massachusetts; married Hugh Stone.
  iv.   Abraham Foster, born 1648 in Andover, Massachusetts; died October 09, 1723 in Andover, Massachusetts; married Hester.
  v.   Mary Foster, born July 09, 1652 in Andover, Massachusetts; died June 18, 1707 in Andover, Massachusetts; married Lawrence Lacey.
       3768. James Moulton, born 1605 in Ormsby, Norfolk, England; died March 30, 1680 in Wenham, Massachusetts. He married 3769. Mary 1636 in Salem, Massachusetts.
       3769. Mary, born Abt 1605 in England; died in Wenham, Massachusetts.

       Child of James Moulton and Mary is:

  1884 i.   James Moulton, born January 07, 1637/38 in Salem, Massachusetts; died October 24, 1696 in Wenham, Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Adams February 10, 1661/62 in Wenham, Massachusetts.
       3770. William Adams, born February 03, 1593/94 in Shropshire, England; died January 18, 1657/58 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts. He was the son of 7540. Thomas Adams and 7541. Margaret Erpe.

       Child of William Adams is:

  1885 i.   Elizabeth Adams, born 1643 in Ipswich, Masschsuetts; died February 14, 1703/04 in Wenham, Massachusetts; married James Moulton February 10, 1661/62 in Wenham, Massachusetts.
       3772. Roger Conant, born April 09, 1592 in East Budleigh, Devon, England; died November 19, 1679 in Beverly, Massachusetts. He was the son of 7544. Richard Conant and 7545. Agnes Clark. He married 3773. Sarah Horton November 11, 1618 in London, England.
       3773. Sarah Horton, born September 19, 1619 in East Budleigh, Devon, England; died October 30, 1620 in Beverly, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 7546. Thomas Horton and 7547. Catherine Satchfield.

       Child of Roger Conant and Sarah Horton is:

  1886 i.   Exercise Conant, born December 24, 1653 in Salem, Massachusetts; died April 28, 1722 in Windham, Massachusetts; married Sarah Andrews April 28, 1663 in Mansfield, Tolland, Connecticutt.
       3784. George Lewis, born August 03, 1600 in Brenchley, Kent, England; died March 03, 1663/64 in Barnstable, Massachusetts. He was the son of 7568. George Lewis and 7569. Denise Foreman. He married 3785. Sarah Jenkins Abt 1620 in East Greenwich, Kent, England.
       3785. Sarah Jenkins, born Abt 1605 in England; died Abt 1660 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.

       Children of George Lewis and Sarah Jenkins are:

  1892 i.   George Lewis, born 1625 in East Greenwich, Kent, England; died March 20, 1708/09 in Barnstable, Massachusetts; married Mary Lombard/Lambert December 01, 1654 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Mary Lewis, born November 16, 1629.
  iii.   Thomas Lewis, born January 05, 1629/30.
  iv.   James Lewis, born March 25, 1632.
  v.   Jabez Lewis, born 1634.
  vi.   John Lewis, born March 02, 1636/37.
  vii.   Edward Lewis, born May 09, 1640.
  viii.   Ephraim Lewis, born July 23, 1641.
  ix.   Sarah Lewis, born February 02, 1643/44.
  x.   Nathaniel Lewis, born 1645.
  xi.   Joseph Lewis, born 1647.
       3786. Bernard Lombard/Lambert, born 1607 in Dorchester, England; died 1663 in Barnstable, Massachusetts. He was the son of 7572. Thomas Lambert. He married 3787. Mary Abt 1627 in England.
       3787. Mary, born Abt 1605 in England; died Abt 1665 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.

       Children of Bernard Lombard/Lambert and Mary are:

  1893 i.   Mary Lombard/Lambert, born October 06, 1637 in Barnstable, Massachusetts; died Abt 1710 in Barnstable, Massachusetts; married George Lewis December 01, 1654 in Barnstable, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Abia Lombard/Lambert.
  iii.   Jemima Lombard/Lambert, married Joseph Benjamin.
  iv.   Thomas Lombard/Lambert.
  v.   Martha Lombard/Lambert, born November 02, 1640 in Barnstable, Massachusetts; married John Manton.
  vi.   Jabez Lombard/Lambert, born July 04, 1642.
       3792. Fracis Godfrey, born Abt 1610 in England; died Abt 1690 in Massachusetts. He married 3793. Elizabeth Abt 1628 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
       3793. Elizabeth, born Abt 1610 in England; died Abt 1690 in Massachusetts.

       Child of Fracis Godfrey and Elizabeth is:

  1896 i.   George Godfrey, born Abt 1636 in Eastham, Massachusetts; died Abt 1700 in Eastham, Massachusetts; married Hannah Abt 1661 in Eastham, Massachusetts.
       3796. Nathaniel Mayo, born Abt 1625 in England; died March 04, 1660/61 in Eastham, Massachusetts. He was the son of 7592. John Mayo and 7593. Tamsin. He married 3797. Hannah Prence.
       3797. Hannah Prence, born Abt 1630 in Plymouth, Massachusetts; died Abt 1670 in Eastham, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 7594. Thomas Prence and 7595. Patience Brewster.

       Children of Nathaniel Mayo and Hannah Prence are:

  1898 i.   Thomas Mayo, born December 07, 1650 in Eastham, Massachusetts; died April 22, 1729 in Eastham, Massachusetts; married Barbara Knowles Abt 1677 in Eastham, Massachusetts.
  ii.   Nathaniel Mayo, born 1652.
  iii.   Samuel Mayo, born 1655.
  iv.   Hannah Mayo, born 1657.
  v.   Theophilus Mayo, born 1659.
  vi.   Bathsheba Mayo, born 1661.
       3798. Richard Knowles, born September 17, 1614 in Lancashire, England; died Abt 1670 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. He married 3799. Ruth Bowers August 15, 1639 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
       3799. Ruth Bowers, born Abt 1616 in Dorset, England; died Abt 1687 in Eastham, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 7598. George Bowers and 7599. Barbara Smythe.

Notes
Richard Knowles of Plymouth and later Eastham, in the Plymouth Colony, shipmaster, first appears in New England records at Plymouth, 2 June 1637/8 and died between 1670- 1675. He married 15 August 1639, Ruth Bower, daughter of George and Barbara Bower of Plymouth.
       The first appearance of Richard Knowles in Plymouth records in January 1637/8 was when he was haled into court at Plymouth " for bringing a barke from Greene's Harbor on the Lord's Day " = discharged 2 January 1637/8.
       On the removal of the Bower family to Cambridge ( c. 1643 ) the Knowles' apparently went there also. In the Cambridge records 4 November 1646, " Goodman Knowles for his Swine divers times going without keeper is fined 1s 6d "
       While a navigator by occupation, Richard evidently carried on business on land also. His wife was prosecuted 7 October 1641 " for retailing of strong waters contrary to orders" and " for selling strong waters for 5 or 6 shillings a bottle that cost but 35s. the case." and she was fined 10s. to be bestowed on the town's poor.
       At the meeting of the Council of War at Plymouth, 12 May 1653, when public apprehension was aroused of armed conflict with the Dutch of New Amsterdam, two barques were pressed for service, one being " the Barkqe in which Richard Knowles sayleth, with him the master thereof."

       Children of Richard Knowles and Ruth Bowers are:

  i.   Mercy Knowles, born Abt 1640.
  ii.   John Knowles, born Abt 1641.
  iii.   Mary Knowles, born Abt 1642.
  iv.   James Knowles, born Abt 1648.
  v.   Samuel Knowles, born Abt 1651.
  vi.   Mehitable Knowles, born Abt 1652.
  1899 vii.   Barbara Knowles, born September 28, 1656 in Eastham, Massachusetts; died February 23, 1713/14 in Eastham, Massachusetts; married Thomas Mayo Abt 1677 in Eastham, Massachusetts.
       3922. Joseph Pleasants. He married 3923. Martha Cocke.
       3923. Martha Cocke. She was the daughter of 7846. Richard Cocke and 7847. Elizabeth.

       Children of Joseph Pleasants and Martha Cocke are:

  1961 i.   Elizabeth Pleasants, born Abt 1700 in Goochland County, Virginia; died Abt 1760 in Goochland County, Virginia; married John Merryman Abt 1720 in Goochland County, Virginia.
  ii.   Joseph Pleasants, married Mary Goode.
  iii.   John Cocke Pleasants, married Susannah Woodson.
  iv.   Richard Pleasants, married Ann Porter.
  v.   Thomas Pleasants, married Elizabeth Porter.
  vi.   Robert Pleasants.
  vii.   Jane Pleasants.
  viii.   Martha Pleasants.
       3924. John James, born Abt 1675 in Virginia; died Abt 1750 in Virginia. He married 3925. Sarah Moore Abt 1690 in South Carolina.
       3925. Sarah Moore, born Abt 1675 in Virginia; died Abt 1750 in Virginia.

       Children of John James and Sarah Moore are:

  1962 i.   Francis James, born Abt 1690 in Henrico County, Virginia; died July 27, 1756 in Cumberland County, Virginia; married Mary Harris Abt October 05, 1725 in Henrico County, Virginia.
  ii.   Sarah James, born Abt 1690.
       3926. Thomas Harris, born Abt 1675 in Henrico County, Virginia; died July 06, 1730 in Henrico County, Virginia. He was the son of 7852. William Harris. He married 3927. Mary Jefferson Abt 1697 in Henrico County, Virginia.
       3927. Mary Jefferson, born Abt 1680 in Henrico County, Virginia; died September 1745 in Henrico County, Virginia. She was the daughter of 7854. Thomas Jefferson and 7855. Mary Branch.

Notes
WILL OF THOMAS HARRIS

       In the Name of God Amen. October ye 6th in the Yeare of our Lord one thousand Seven hundred twenty and nine and in ye Sixteenth Yeare of the Reign of our Sovreign Lord George of Great Britain and Ireland ------- Whereas I Thomas Harris Senr. of the parrish and County of Henrico being in perfect and sound memory thanks be to God although not in perfect helth doo hearby ordane constitute and apoint this my last will and testament as In manner following: Imprimis I resigne up my soul to almighty God steadfastly believing in the merits of Jesus Christ my redeemer and my body to be decently buried by and at the discretion of my Executor hereafter named as to my worldly estate what it hath pleased God to bestow upon me after debts and funeral charges are paid I give and bequeath as followeth. Imprimis, I give devise and bequeath to my son Thomas Harris the plantation I now live upon containing by estimation two hundred acres of land more or less with all buildings houses orchards and all the appurtenances thereunto belonging to him ye said Thomas and one negrow man called Bristo after my loving wifes dec'd. I allso give him one fether bed one rugg one blankit and two sheets and one cow and one calf and one round table. Item, I give devise and bequeath to my son James Harris all my Land lying at Curies Spring containing three hundred and eleven acres too him and his heirs forever and I allso give to my son James one fether bed and one yarnset rugg one blankit and two sheets one cow and one calfe. Item, I give and bequeath to my son John Harris one silver tankard. Item, I give and bequeath to my dauter Mary James one gold ring of ten shillings pure. Item, I give and bequeath to my dauter Edeth Trent one gold ring of ten shillings pure. Item, I give and bequeath to my son William Harris one young sorrel maire. Item, I give and bequeath to my son Benjamin Harris one shilling. Item, I give and bequeath to my dauter Sarah Harris one shilling. Item, I give and bequeath to my dauter Phebe Harris one shilling. Item, I give and bequeath to my son Francis Harris one shilling. Item, I give and bequeath to my dauter Marthay Pasture one shilling. Item, I give and bequeath to my dauter Ann Harris one shilling. Item, all the rest of my estate I will to my loving wife Mary Harris to be disposed of among my children as she pleases or thinks fitt and I doo hereby make my loving wife whole and sole executor of this my last will and testament.

Notes
WILL OF MARY JEFFERSON HARRIS

       In the name of God Amen, I Mary Harris of the County of Henrico being sick and weake in body but of sound and perfect sence and mammory do make and ordance this my last will and testament in manner and form as followeth viz: first I give and bequeath my sole to the allmighty god who gave it hoping through the merrits of my Deare Saviour Jesus Christ to Receive full and free pardon for all my sins and my body to the Earth from whence it came to be buried at the Discretion of my Executrichs heare after named as to my Worldly Estate what it hath pleased the allmighty god to be stow upon my after my debts and funarall charges are paid I give as followeth viz: Item, I give and bequeath to my son John Harris one Negrow man named Dick to him and his heirs forever. Item, I give and bequeath to my son James Harris my right and title to a piece of land called " Whitby " and one negrow man named Bristo. I allso give him my yoake of oxen and a large looking glass and one feather bed and furneture belonging to it to him and his heirs forever. Item, I give and bequeath to my son Benjamin Harris one negrow wench named Fillis to him and his heirs forever. Item, I give and bequeath to my son William Harris on negrow garl named Anneke to him and his heirs forever. Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary James one feather bed and furneture belonging to it and fifteen pound current money of Virginia to her and her heirs forever. Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Harris one negrow boy named Jubiter and one feather bed and furneture belonging to it my rideing horse to her and her heirs forever. Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Edeth Osborne one feather bed and furneture belonging to it and fifteen pound current money of Virginia to her and her heirs forever. Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Marthay Pasture twenty pound current money of Virginia to her and her heirs forever. Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Ann Harris one negrow wench named Pegg and her child named Jude and I allso give her one feather bed and furneture belonging to it and my young horse to her and her heirs forever. Item, I give to my gran daughter Elizabeth Harris my Rideing Sadel and Bridel to her and her heirs forever. Item, I give and bequeath all the rest of my estate to be equally divided amongst my foure sons without any aprasement and I make my four sons my hole and sole executrix of his my last will and testament

       Children of Thomas Harris and Mary Jefferson are:

  1963 i.   Mary Harris, born Abt 1699 in Henrico County, Virginia; died December 17, 1759 in Cumberland County, Virginia; married (1) John Goode Abt 1722 in Henrico County, Virginia; married (2) Francis James Abt October 05, 1725 in Henrico County, Virginia.
  ii.   Edith Harris, born Abt 1700.
  iii.   Ann Harris, born Abt 1702.
  iv.   Thomas Harris, born Abt 1704.
  v.   James Harris, born Abt 1706.
  vi.   John Harris, born Abt 1708.
  vii.   Martha Harris, born Abt 1710.
  viii.   Sarah Harris, born Abt 1712.
  ix.   Phebe Harris, born Abt 1714.
  x.   Francis Harris, born Abt 1716.
  xi.   William Harris, born Abt 1718.
  xii.   Benjamin Harris, born Abt 1720.
       3928. Abraham Soblet, born December 04, 1648 in Sedan, France; died 1716 in Manakintown, Virginia. He was the son of 7856. Jaques Soblet and 7857. Judith Lombard. He married 3929. Susanne Brian March 31, 1668 in Sedan, France.
       3929. Susanne Brian, born 1650 in Sedan, France; died 1714 in Manakintown, Virginia. She was the daughter of 7858. Jaques Brian and 7859. Susanne Gerard.

Notes
A LIST OF THE REFUGEES WHO ARE TO RECEIVE OF YE MILLER OF FALLING CREEK MILL ONE BUSHEL A HEAD OF INDIAN MEALE MONTHLY AS SETTLED AT OR ABOUT KING WILLIAMS TOWN TO BEGIN IN FFEB, 1700 ( 1701).
...Soblet, his wife and 5 children

COMMUNICATION FROM GOVERNOR FRANCIS NICHOLSON OF VIRGINIA.
VIRGINIA, JAMES CITY, AUGUST 12 1700

       May it please Yo'r Lordp.:

The 24th of the last month, I had the good Fortune of receiving his Ma'y's Royal Commands of March ye 18th, 1699/1700, sent me by yo'r Lord'p, concerning the Marquis de la Muce, Mons'r de Sailly, and other French Protestant Refugees; and I beg leave to assure yo'r Lord'p, that as I have, so I will endeavor to obey them (they were on board the ship Mary and Ann, of London, George Haws, Commander, who had about 13 weeks passage, and the 23d of the last month arrived at the mouth of this River), and upon receipt of them, I immediately went down to Kickotan, to give directions in order to their coming hither, some of wh. came on Sunday in the evening, the rest the next day. I wrote to Colo. Byrd and Colo. Harrison to meet them here, w'ch they did, and we concluded that there was no settling them in Norfolk nor thereabouts, because esteemed an unhealthful place, and no vacant land, except some that is in dispute now betwixt us and NO. Carolina: So we thought it would be best for them to go to a place about twenty miles above the Falls of James River, commonly called the Manikin Town. There is a great deal of good Land and unpatented, where they may at present be all together, w'ch we thought would be best for hi Ma'ty's Service and Interests, and that they would be astrengthening to the Frontiers, and would quickly make a settlement, not only for themselves, but to receive others when his majesty shall be graciously pleased to send them. They may be prejudicial to his Ma'ty's interest and Service, vizt., by living long together, and using their own language and customs, and by going upon such manufactures, and handicraft Trades, as we are furnished with from England; but according to duty, I shall endeavor to regulate these affairs, and when, please God, the Coucil meets, I shall lay before them the matters relating to the Refugees. On Tuesday I mustered them and NO. 1 is copy of the list of themsd. Colo. Byrd went before them in order to meet them at the Falls of the River, where he formerly lived, to dispose of them thereabouts, till they can gett housses or sheds in the place for their Reception, and he promised to go along with the Marquis and Mons'r de Sailly to show them the Land. The people at present seem to be very well affected towards them, and to commiserate their condition, and some who have seen them have given them money...
If his majesty be graciously pleased to send over more, I humbly propose that Mr. Micajah Perry, merchant of London, may be spoken with about their passage hither, and that they may have their passage on board Ships which come to the upper parts of James River, w'ch is the nighest place to their settlement, and that there may not above 40 aro 50 come in any one Ship: So they may be better accomodated in all respects, for I have observed that when Ships that come into these parts, are crowded with people, 'tis very prejudicial to their health; some getting sicknesses, w'ch not seldom prove catching, some dy on board, and others soon after they come on shore.
Your Lord'ps' dutifull and faithfull humble servant.
                            FFrs. Nicholson

LIST OF REFUGEES
...Abraham Sablet, et des deux enfans.


LIST OF ALL YE PASSINGERS FROM LONDON TO JAMES RIVER, IN VIRGINIA, BEING FFRENCH REFUGEES IMBARQUED IN THE SHIP YE PETER AND ANTHONY, GALLEY OF LONDON, DANIEL PERREAU COMMANDER
...Susanne Soblet and 3 Enfans




       Child of Abraham Soblet and Susanne Brian is:

  1964 i.   Pierre Louis Soblet, born 1684 in Germany; died November 24, 1754 in Manakintown, Virginia; married Marte Martain 1722 in Manakintown, Virginia.
       4008. James Haworth, born 1642 in England; died 1684 in Rochdale, Lancashire, England. He married 4009. Isabel Radcliffe 1666 in Buckingham, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
       4009. Isabel Radcliffe, born 1636 in Rochdale, Lancashire, England; died 1707.

       Child of James Haworth and Isabel Radcliffe is:

  2004 i.   George Haworth, born 1682 in Rockcliffe, Bacup, Lancashire, England; died November 28, 1724 in Buckingham, Bucks County, Pennsylvania; married Sarah Scarborough September 28, 1710 in Falls Meeting Place, Buckingham, Bucks Co. Pennsylvania.
       4010. John Scarborough, born 1667 in London, England; died January 27, 1726/27 in London, England. He married 4011. Mary Pearson 1689 in London, England.
       4011. Mary Pearson, born 1667 in London, England; died January 25, 1750/51 in London, England. She was the daughter of 8022. Edward Pearson and 8023. Sarah Burgis.

       Child of John Scarborough and Mary Pearson is:

  2005 i.   Sarah Scarborough, born February 04, 1693/94 in Buckingham, Bucks County, Pennsylvania; died May 04, 1748 in Buckingham, Bucks County, Pennsylvania; married George Haworth September 28, 1710 in Falls Meeting Place, Buckingham, Bucks Co. Pennsylvania.
       4012. Edward Beeson, born 1660 in Lancaster, England; died October 20, 1712 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He married 4013. Rachel Pennington 1682 in Lancaster England.
       4013. Rachel Pennington, born November 11, 1662 in Lancaster England; died March 1712/13 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 8026. Isaac Pennington and 8027. Mary Proude.

       Child of Edward Beeson and Rachel Pennington is:

  2006 i.   Richard Beeson, born October 1684 in West Nottingham, Pennsylvania; died January 01, 1777 in Guilford County, North Carolina; married Charity Grubb October 24, 1706 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
       4014. John Grubb, born April 20, 1652 in Cornwall County, England; died March 10, 1707/08 in Grubb Road, Wilmington, Delaware. He married 4015. Frances Vane 1685 in Marcus Hook, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
       4015. Frances Vane, born 1660 in Randolf County, North Carolina; died 1712 in Bradford Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

       Child of John Grubb and Frances Vane is:

  2007 i.   Charity Grubb, born September 29, 1687 in Brandywine 100, Delaware; died November 22, 1761; married Richard Beeson October 24, 1706 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
       4080. Arnold White, born 1644 in Pasquatank, Pasquatank County, North Carolina; died March 23, 1688/89 in Pasquatank, Pasquatank County, North Carolina. He was the son of 8160. Henry White and 8161. Eleanor. He married 4081. Mary October 01, 1669 in Pasquatank, Pasquatank County, North Carolina.
       4081. Mary, born 1649 in Pasquatank, Pasquatank County, North Carolina; died March 03, 1677/78 in Pasquatank, Pasquatank County, North Carolina.

       Child of Arnold White and Mary is:

  2040 i.   Arnold White, born April 29, 1673 in Pasquatank, Pasquatank County, North Carolina; died January 13, 1727/28 in Pasquatank, Pasquatank County, North Carolina; married Pheteny Wellson October 01, 1696 in Pasquatank, Pasquatank County, North Carolina.
       4088. Joseph Elliott, born Abt 1630 in Perquimans County, North Carolina; died Abt 1700 in Perquimans County, North Carolina. He was the son of 8176. Bennett Elliott and 8177. Letitia Aggar.

       Child of Joseph Elliott is:

  2044 i.   Thomas Elliott, born 1664 in Perquimans County, North Carolina; died April 02, 1720 in Perquimans County, North Carolina; married Margaret Winslow Abt 1690 in Perquimans County, North Carolina.


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