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Ancestors of Margaret May Harvey


      138. Isaac Newell, Sr*, born 1632 in Ipswich, Suffolk, England373; died 08 Dec 1707 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA. He was the son of 276. Abraham II* Newell and 277. Frances*~. He married 139. Elizabeth* Curtis 14 Dec 1659 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA.

      139. Elizabeth* Curtis, born Abt. 13 Feb 1624/25 in Nazeing, Essex, England373; died 1707 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA. She was the daughter of 278. William Curtis, Sr* and 279. Sarah* Eliot.

Notes for Isaac Newell, Sr*:
NEHGS REGISTER
vol 35, pages 121-122
published 1881

Censures On Harvard College In 1672.
commissioned by William B. Trask, Esq., of Boston

The signers of the following document appear to be all residents of Roxbury. There is an uncertainty as to the hand writing. Possibly the document may have been drawn up elsewhere and copies sent to this and other towns in the colony, so that there may be others extant. The name erased at the top of the left-hand column is probably that of Thomas Weld, then an inhabitant of Roxbury, who was a son of the Rev. Thomas Weld.

The humble Petition of some of the people that lyve under the Jurisdiction of the massachusets government, unto our honored Magistrats this 5th day of march 1672

Sheweth

That Whareas it hath pleased our ever honored Magistrats to send their letters to the Churches to move us to a liberal contribution towards the Colledg. and in one of those leters declared that if any of the good people have any obiecsion you give us leave to propose it, and also are pleased to promise us, to adde your indeavor to remove the same. We take the boldnesse to propose an obiecsion not with any intent to shorten either our owne or others hands to so good and pius a work, as we trust we shall make it appeare by our actions. but our only scope is, to indevor the removal of an evyl (as it appereth to us) in the educasion of youth at the Colledg. and that is, that they are brought up in such pride as doth no wayes become such as are brought up for the holy service of the lord. either in the Magistracy, or ministry especialy, and in perticular in their long haire, which last first tooke head, and broke out at the Colledg so far as we understand and remember. and now it is got into our pulpets, to the great greife and ffeare of many godly hearts in the Country

we find in the scriptures that the sons of the prophets, and such as were dedicated to god, were brought up in a way of mortification and humility. we beseech you to consider amos. 2. 11. 12. I raised up of your sons to be prophets, and of your young men to be Nazarites, is it not even thus o ye children of Israel saith the lord, but ye have given the nazarites wine to drink. Consider also pro. 16. 31 the hoary head is a crowne of glory if it be found in the way of righteousnesse. and are those haires so found, that are defiled with this lust? we beseech you consider, whether all other lusts which have so incorigibly brake in upon our youth, have not first sprung from the incorrigablenesse of this lust. our humble request is that you would please to use all due indeavours to cure this evyl. and so we commend you to the lord and to the word of his grace and remaine your Vmble petecinors att the thron of grac to assest and in able you in all your Waighty consarns and remain your Worships humble petitioners

[left column]

[Thomas Weld, erased]
Thomas ffoster:
Abraham Neuell Seaner
Isaac Neuell
Jacob nuell
Robert Pepper
abraham houw
Samuel mey
John watson
Ralph hemenway

[right column]

Giles paison
John Parpoint
Samuell Ruggles
Robert williams
Samvell williams
Edward Bridge
edward paison
Richard goad
John Eliot
John Bowles
Danil bruer:
Samuell gary
Robert Seauer
John poley
Edward morris

[Endorsed] Mr. Eljots &c peticon abt. youth.
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More About Isaac Newell, Sr*:
Immigrant Ancestor: 1634, England, Suffolk, to MA
Migration: 1634, England to Massachusetts aboard the Francis.
Signer: 05 Mar 1671/72, Roxbury Petition about youth

More About Elizabeth* Curtis:
Christening: 13 Feb 1624/25, Nazeing, Essex, England
Immigrant Ancestor: 1632, England, Essex, to MA
Migration: 1632, Essex, England to Boston aboard the Lyon.

More About Isaac Newell and Elizabeth* Curtis:
Marriage: 14 Dec 1659, Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA
     
Children of Isaac Newell and Elizabeth* Curtis are:
  i.   Isaac Newell, Jr, born 11 Dec 1660 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA; died 28 Mar 1738 in Dudley, Worcester, MA.
  ii.   Josiah Newell, born 01 Dec 1662 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA; died 26 Nov 1678 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA.
  69 iii.   Sarah Newell, born 22 Mar 1664/65 in Roxbury, MA; died Aft. 17 Dec 1728; married (1) Nathaniel Hawes, Sr 29 Mar 1688 in Dedham, MA; married (2) Samuel Rocket 06 May 1718 in Dedham, Norfolk County, MA.
  iv.   Abraham Newell, born 28 Feb 1666/67 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA; died 25 Dec 1678 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA.
  v.   Elizabeth Newell, born 06 Jan 1667/68 in Sudbury, Middlesex, MA; died 06 Jan 1742/43 in Sudbury, Middlesex, MA.
  vi.   Hannah Newell, born 04 Feb 1670/71 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA; died 09 May 1743 in Woodstock, Windham County, VT.
  vii.   Ebenezer Newell, born 29 Nov 1673 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA; died 1746.
  viii.   Experience Newell, born 29 Jan 1677/78 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA; died Unknown.
  ix.   Josiah Newell, born 06 Mar 1679/80 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, MA; died 14 May 1759 in Needham, Norfolk County, MA; married Hannah Fisher; died Unknown.


      140. Caleb* Hobart, born 1630 in Hingham, Norfolk, England374; died 24 Sep 1711 in Braintree, Norfolk County, MA. He was the son of 280. Thomas* Hobart and 281. Anne*~ Ptomer. He married 141. Elizabeth*~ 15 Jan 1675/76 in Braintree, Norfolk County, MA.

      141. Elizabeth*~, born May 1633 in Hingham, Norfolk, England; died 04 Aug 1704 in Braintree, Norfolk County, MA.

Notes for Caleb* Hobart:

FROM "ONE THOUSAND YEARS OF HUBBARD HISTORY"

Caleb's estate, inventoried at 674 pounds, 13.6. was to be divided among Benjamin, Caleb, Susanna, Peter, Israel and Joshua.

More About Caleb* Hobart:
Died 2: 04 Sep 1711, ? 375
Church: 22 May 1697, Dismissed from the Hingham Church and received into the Braintree Church.
Immigrant Ancestor: 1633, England, Norfolk, to MA
Migration: May 1633, England to Charlestown, MA.375

More About Elizabeth*~:
Died 2: 04 Aug 1711, ? 376
Immigrant Ancestor: Bet. 1633 - 1676, England, Norfolk, to MA
Migration: Bet. 1633 - 1676, England to Massachusetts

More About Caleb* Hobart and Elizabeth*~:
Marriage: 15 Jan 1675/76, Braintree, Norfolk County, MA
     
Children of Caleb* Hobart and Elizabeth*~ are:
  70 i.   Benjamin Hubbard, Sr, born 13 Feb 1676/77 in Braintree, Norfolk County, MA; died 19 Sep 1718 in Braintree, Norfolk County, MA; married Susanna Newcomb 04 Apr 1698 in Braintree, Norfolk County, MA.
  ii.   Peter Hubbard, born Abt. 1678 in Braintree, Norfolk County, MA; died Unknown.
  iii.   Jonathan Hubbard, born 03 Feb 1678/79 in Braintree, Norfolk County, MA; died Unknown.


      142. Peter Newcomb377, born 16 May 1648 in Braintree, Norfolk County, MA; died 20 May 1725 in Braintree, Norfolk County, MA. He was the son of 284. Francis* Newcomb and 285. Rachel* Brackett. He married 143. Susanna Cutting 26 Jun 1672 in Braintree, Norfolk County, MA378.

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