|i.||Jacob Flanders, born August 5, 1689 in Salisbury, Massachusetts; died Aft. 1759.|
|896||ii.||John Flanders, born August 22, 1691 in Salisbury, Massachusetts; died November 14, 1782 in Hampton, New Hampshire; married Sarah Prince February 12, 1714/15 in Gloucester, Massachusetts.|
|iii.||Elizabeth Flanders, born September 3, 1693.|
|iv.||Ezekiel Flanders, born May 21, 1696.|
|v.||Josiah Flanders, born July 28, 1700 in Salisbury, Massachusetts; died February 16, 1781 in South Hampton, New Hampshire.|
|vi.||Phillip Flanders, born October 19, 1702 in Salisbury, Massachusetts; died Aft. 1777.|
|vii.||Jonathan Flanders, born October 23, 1705.|
|viii.||Tamzin Flanders, born January 9, 1706/07 in Salisbury, Massachusetts; died Abt. 1731 in South Hampton, New Hampshire; married Henry French January 10, 1726/27 in Salisbury, Massachusetts.|
More About Henry French and Tamzin Flanders:|
Marriage: January 10, 1726/27, Salisbury, Massachusetts
|ix.||Hannah Flanders, born April 16, 1710.|
|i.||Mary Prince, born December 6, 1677.|
|ii.||John Prince, born December 6, 1677 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts; died April 19, 1767 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts.|
|iii.||Thomas Prince, born December 18, 1679 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts; died January 29, 1780 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts.|
|iv.||Edward Prince, born June 5, 1681 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts; died Bef. December 18, 1717.|
|v.||Isaac Prince, born September 21, 1683 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts.|
|vi.||Elizabeth Prince, born August 10, 1685 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts; died Bef. October 1690 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts.|
|vii.||Margaret Prince, born December 25, 1687 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts.|
|viii.||Elizabeth Prince, born October 17, 1690 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts; died Aft. November 26, 1727 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts.|
|897||ix.||Sarah Prince, born Abt. 1692; died April 15, 1775 in South Hampton, New Hampshire; married John Flanders February 12, 1714/15 in Gloucester, Massachusetts.|
|x.||Abigail Prince, born February 12, 1693/94 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts; died September 29, 1778.|
|907||i.||Elizabeth Emery, born February 8, 1679/80 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts; died Aft. 1735; married John Kelly November 16, 1696 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.|
|960||i.||John Hazelton, born 1702 in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts; died Abt. 1777 in Sutton, Worchester County, Massachusetts; married Jane Wood Abt. 1728 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts.|
|ii.||Abner Hazelton, born June 19, 1705 in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts; died Bef. March 8, 1737/38; married Elizabeth Rawson; born February 10, 1729/30 in Mendon, Massachusetts.|
|iii.||Daniel Hazelton, born August 5, 1708 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts.|
|iv.||Mehitable Hazelton, born February 14, 1710/11 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts.|
|i.||James Wood, born April 28, 1696 in Rowley, Massachusetts; died 1777.|
|ii.||Ebenezer Wood, born December 6, 1698 in Rowley, Massachusetts.|
|iii.||Jonathon Wood, born November 2, 1701 in Rowley, Massachusetts.|
|iv.||David Wood, born May 30, 1704 in Rowley, Massachusetts.|
|961||v.||Jane Wood, born March 5, 1705/06 in Rowley, Massachusetts; died February 16, 1810 in Townshend, Windam County, Vermont; married John Hazelton Abt. 1728 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts.|
|vi.||Samuel Wood, born May 21, 1706 in Rowley, Massachusetts; died 1799.|
|vii.||Moses Wood, born April 3, 1712 in Rowley, Massachusetts.|
|viii.||Elephalet Wood, born August 15, 1714 in Rowley, Massachusetts.|
|ix.||Elizabeth Wood, born September 1718 in Rowley, Massachusetts.|
|i.||Josiah Wheeler, born September 26, 1686 in Concord, Massachusetts.|
|ii.||Rachel Wheeler, born April 18, 1689 in Concord, Massachusetts; died 1717; married Charles Rice; born July 7, 1684; died 1773.|
|iii.||Dorcas Wheeler, born January 14, 1690/91 in Concord, Massachusetts.|
|976||iv.||John Wheeler, born August 15, 1695 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; married Mary Hapgood August 8, 1717 in Marlborough, Massachusetts.|
|v.||Martha Wheeler, born July 22, 1698 in Marlborough, Massachusetts.|
|vi.||Joseph Wheeler, born April 19, 1700 in Marlborough, Massachusetts.|
|vii.||Ephraim Wheeler, born May 1, 1702 in Marlborough, Massachusetts.|
|viii.||Daniel Wheeler, born August 12, 1704 in Marlborough, Massachusetts.|
Notes for Judith Barker:|
ST. PAUL, Minn., July 22, 1896.
W. HAPGOOD, Esq.,
Dear Sir:--Judith Barker was the wife of Thomas Hapgood. Middlesex Probate Record Docket, No. 571:--Will of John Barker of Concord, Massachusetts, dated March 14, 1710-11, probate April 21, 1718, names "My eldest daughter Judith Hapgood," and Thomas Hapgood and wife Judith, sign a receipt to the Executor in October, 1718, for their share of the estate.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed) HENRY P. UPHAM.
December 31, 1711, she (Judith) joined with her husband, Thomas Hapgood, in a deed to John Forbush; acknowledged December 17, 1719; recorded January 1, 1720. [Book 21, page 30.]
|977||i.||Mary Hapgood, born August 16, 1694 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; married John Wheeler August 8, 1717 in Marlborough, Massachusetts.|
|ii.||Sarah Hapgood, born February 10, 1695/96 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; died January 16, 1770 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; married (1) Benjamin Hoar; married (2) Jonathan Howe Bef. 1718; born April 23, 1695; died July 25, 1738 in Marlborough, Massachusetts.|
Notes for Sarah Hapgood:|
Sarah administered on the estate of her first husband, and gave the following bond (a few words were undeciphered).
"Know all men by these presents, that we Sarah Howe of Marlborough In ye County of Midlesex widow and [Administratrix] of Jonathan Howe late of Marlboro' aforesaid Deceased and Edward Goddard of Shrewsbury in ye County of Worcester [ ] are held and firmly bound and obliged unto Joseph Wilder Esquire Judge of the Probate of Wills and granting Administration in Said County In the full sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to ye said Judge or to his Successor in said office or Assigns to ye which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves our several & [ ] heirs [ ] and [ ] Jointly and Severally firmly to these presents to hold with [ ] Dated the first day of February A. D. 1742-3. The condition of the above obligation is first that whereas the Said Sarah on her petition to the General Court in December 1742 as She was guardian to her children(*) Sarah, Damaris, Sylvanus, Mellisent, Ichabod, Abigail & Isaac, Children of ye Said deceased was Impowered to make Sale of Said minors interest of land in a certain mortguage or tenement of land lying in town of Shrewsbury whereof Daniel How of Said Shrewsbury died served for the most [* * * * * *]."
Signed, "SARAH How
(*)The two eldest of the ten children were married, and Abigail had died.
Sarah died, and was buried in the old cemetery in Littleton. Her epitaph reads: "Here lies buried the body of Mrs. Sarah Hoar, wife of Deacon Benjamin Hoar, who departed this life, January 16, 1770, in ye 74th year of her age."
More About Jonathan Howe and Sarah Hapgood:|
Marriage: Bef. 1718
|iii.||Judith Hapgood, born February 24, 1697/98 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; died November 8, 1742; married Eleazer Taylor July 5, 1721 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; born December 3, 1699; died September 20, 1753.|
Notes for Judith Hapgood:|
Judith, born February 24, 1698; married, July 5, 1721, Lieutenant Eleazer, son of Eleazer and Lydia (Barrett) Taylor, born in Marlboro', December 3, 1699, brother to her sister Elizabeth's husband; they were admitted to the church in Shrewsbury in 1728, and in 1729 were living on house lot No. 43, in that town. He shared in the first division of land in Shrewsbury in 1718, and he was probably in town as early as 1722, for his eldest child, born that year, is on the Shrewsbury record. His land was in the North Precinct, and in 1843, he, with twelve others, requested that they might be permitted to form a new church in that part of the town. The request was granted, and the next year the wives of these men, and some others, were dismissed from the first church to the second church. In 1743 they purchased the burying ground of Eleazer Taylor, and built a meeting-house. In 1720 he was chosen town collector, the first collector chosen in the town. In 1727-28 he was town surveyor. In 1734, one of the three constables chosen. In 1742-43 he was treasurer for the North Precinct, which soon built its church, and in 1746 chose Eleazer Taylor one of the parish committee. His wife died November 8, 1742, and he married second, Hannah, widow of Gershom Flagg, March 26, 1744, and died September 20, 1753.
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Marriage: July 5, 1721, Marlborough, Massachusetts
|iv.||Elizabeth Hapgood, born August 4, 1699 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; died March 17, 1763 in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts; married William Taylor November 28, 1717 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; born February 15, 1691/92; died August 14, 1775.|
Notes for Elizabeth Hapgood:|
Elizabeth, born October 4, 1699; married, November 28, 1717, Sergeant William Taylor, born February 15, 1692, in Marlboro'; probably removed to Shrewsbury, prior to 1720. He lived, as supposed, where Captain Amasa Howe now resides, and was one of the founders of the church in Shrewsbury, to which his wife, Elizabeth, was admitted in 1724. In the first division of land in Shrewsbury, in 1718, William Taylor seems to have had some interest, for 70 acres were granted "to James Gleazon in room of William Taylor." In 1721 he was granted 5 acres "for Satisfaction for 15 acres of land which the said Taylor has alienated to the proprietors of Shrewsbury for to build a meeting-house upon." On the organization of the Shrewsbury militia, he was one of the four first appointed sergeants, a title of more regard at that time than that of colonel has since become. He was chosen in 1722-23, one of a committee to procure a minister; in 1727-28, he was the first constable, and was one of the selectmen, 1731, 1734, 1735 and 1740. He died August 14, 1775, and his wife, March 17, 1763.
More About William Taylor and Elizabeth Hapgood:|
Marriage: November 28, 1717, Marlborough, Massachusetts
|982||v.||Thomas Hapgood, born April 18, 1702 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; died October 5, 1745 in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts; married Daramis Hutchins August 12, 1724 in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.|
|vi.||Hephzibeth Hapgood, born June 27, 1704 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; died July 19, 1763 in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts; married Edward Godard 1722 in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts; born 1697 in Watertown, Massachusetts; died October 13, 1777 in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.|
Notes for Hephzibeth Hapgood:|
Hepsibeth, born June 27, 1704, in Marlboro'; married, 1822, Edward, son of Edward and Susanna (Stone) Goddard, born in Watertown, Massachusetts, 1697; was among the first settlers of Shrewsbury, and one of the founders of the church; she was admitted in 1728, and died July 19, 1763. He lived on the place of the late Charles H. Fitch, in Shrewsbury, where he died October 13, 1777.
More About Edward Godard and Hephzibeth Hapgood:|
Marriage: 1722, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
|vii.||John Hapgood, born January 9, 1705/06 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; died May 26, 1762; married Abigail Morse February 17, 1730/31 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; born May 12, 1712; died March 31, 1798.|
Notes for John Hapgood:|
JOHN, born February 9, 1706-7; settled on the northwesterly part of the homestead in Marlboro', March 18, 1735. He received from his father (Book 36, Page 641) 105 acres in Marlboro', "in consideration of good will and affection." May 22, 1751, he bought for œ80, of Eliphalet Howe, 30 acres, partly in Holden and partly in Rutland, and, December 3, 1756, resold the same to him for œ106. He bought, with Asa Hapgood, for œ131, of John Morss, 80 acres in Shrewsbury, September 17, 1754, and sold, August 28, 1760, for œ26, to William Brewer, Jr., 22 acres in Shrewsbury. April 3, 1762, he made his will, bequeathing to his wife, Abigail, the improvement of all his homestead lands until his son John should be of age, after which he should have the improvement of one half of the same during life, and all his personal estate forever, she paying all his debts and funeral charges. To his son John he gave two thirds of his homestead, lands, and buildings, and the possession of one third at the age of twenty-one years, and of the other one third after the death of his mother; but, if he died in his minority, his brother Jonathan should succeed to his bequest. To his son Jonathan he gave one third of his homestead, to be sold at the discretion of his wife, to give him a liberal education at college; but, if he died in his minority, this bequest should go to John; and if she died during the minority of these sons, his eldest then living should succeed to the trust committed to her. To his daughter Mary Brooks, to whom he had already given œ39, he bequeathed 20s.; to his daughters, Judith, Hazediah, Hepzibah, and Abigail, each œ40, to be raised by the sale of a part of his outlands, and the remainder of said lands to be equally divided between his five daughters. He made his wife, Abigail, executrix. Will proved June 14, 1762.
He married, February 17, 1731, Abigail, daughter of Jonathan and Mary (Stow) Morse of Marlboro'. He was one of the Alarm list attached to Captain Weeks' company in 1757, when threatened by the French and Indians; selectman, 1745, 1749, 1753, 1755, 1757, and a man of influence. He died May 26, 1762. His wife Abigail was born May 12, 1712; died March 31, 1798.
More About John Hapgood and Abigail Morse:|
Marriage: February 17, 1730/31, Marlborough, Massachusetts
|viii.||Huldah Hapgood, born February 10, 1707/08 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; married Caleb Witherby; born January 5, 1700/01.|
Notes for Huldah Hapgood:|
Huldah, born February 10, 1709; married (according to the records of Southborough), November 8, 1737, Caleb Witherby. The record reads:--"Born unto Joseph Witherby & Elizabeth, his wife on ye fifth of January, 1700-1701, a Son named Caleb Witherby." His children's births are entered Witherbe. As the children married they gave the name, Witherbee. Huldah was Caleb's second wife, the first being, according to Hudson's History of Marlboro', "Caleb Witherbee, born January 5, 1701; married, January 26, 1726, Joanna Wheeler." His will mentions other children than those recorded as by his second wife. (The loss of a portion of the page that should give the years of birth of the last six children of Huldah, is most unfortunate.) In Caleb Witherbe's will, dated November 28, 1757, he makes bequests to all his sons then living. The estate was not settled until 1774. An inventory, being dated April 18, 1774, was signed:--
|ix.||Joseph Hapgood, born August 2, 1714 in Marlborough, Massachusetts; died June 5, 1767; married Mary Brooks April 26, 1739 in Concord, Massachusetts; born July 11, 1714 in Concord, Massachusetts; died September 15, 1807.|
Notes for Joseph Hapgood:|
JOSEPH, born October 2, 1714; inherited the homestead of his father, with the east half of his spacious farm in Marlboro'; selectman, 1758, 1763, 1764, 1766, 1767; assessor, 1766, and was a prominent and leading citizen; died intestate, June 5, 1767, while administering on the estate of his brother Thomas, late of Marlboro'; and his wife Mary, July 28, 1767, was appointed administratrix, who concluded the settlement of both estates, November 1, 1768. Her husband's estate was inventoried at œ387. 8s. 10d. He married, April 26, 1739, Mary, daughter of Hugh and Abigail (Barker) Brooks, born in Concord, July 11, 1714; died, his widow, September 15, 1807, at the advanced age of ninety-three, beloved, honored and respected.
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Marriage: April 26, 1739, Concord, Massachusetts
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