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Ancestors of Frederick Albert Wade

Generation No. 7


      64. Jonathan Wade83,84,85,86,87, born March 05, 1680/81 in ?88,89; died 1710 in Mystic, Ct.. He was the son of 128. Maj. Nathaniel Wade and 129. Mercy Bradstreet. He married 65. Mary Dolbear 1701.

      65. Mary Dolbear, born Unknown in ?; died Unknown in ?. She was the daughter of 130. Thomas Dolbear and 131. Sarah (?) Dolbear.

Notes for Jonathan Wade:
Vital Statistics of Medford Ma
Arnold Collection, Prov marriages
Arnold Collection, Prov deaths
Wills of Glocester, RI (Elizabeth Arnold Hawkins Smith)
Scituate Records

     
Children of Jonathan Wade and Mary Dolbear are:
  i.   Nathaniel Wade, born Unknown in ?; died Unknown in ?; married Ruth Hawkins June 26, 1731 in Providence, RI; born March 14, 1710/11 in ?; died Unknown in ?.
  Notes for Nathaniel Wade:
Married Ruth Hawkins, sister of Deborah who married Nathan Wade. They lived
in Scituate. She married (2) Zebedee Hopkins.


  Notes for Ruth Hawkins:
She later married Zebedee Hopkins.
Married Nathaniel Wade, brother of Nathan, of Scituate, RI


  ii.   Mercy Wade, born August 29, 1702 in Medford, Ma; died Unknown in ?; married Elisha Hopkins,Sr July 13, 1722 in Providence, RI; born Unknown in ?; died Unknown in ?.
  Notes for Mercy Wade:
Mercy married Elisha Hopkins SR on 13 Jan 1722 at Providence, RI

Arnold Collection. Providence Marriages


  iii.   Jonathan Wade, born April 03, 1704 in ?; died 1720 in Providence, RI.
  Notes for Jonathan Wade:
Purchased huge amounts of land in Glocester,, RI (Land deeds of Glocester, RI
Vol 1)


  32 iv.   Nathan Wade, born February 22, 1705/06 in Medford, Ma; died September 18, 1778 in Glocester, RI; married Deborah Hawkins 1729 in Providence, RI.


      66. William Hawkins, Jr, born Unknown in ?; died October 08, 1712 in ?. He was the son of 132. William Hawkins and 133. Lydia Ballou. He married 67. Elizabeth Arnold December 14, 1704.

      67. Elizabeth Arnold90,91,92, born Unknown in ?; died July 11, 1758 in Glocester, RI. She was the daughter of 134. Eleazar Arnold and 135. Eleanor Smith.

Notes for William Hawkins, Jr:
      On December 9, 1712, the estate of a little over one hundred pounds was administered to his widow, Elizabeth.

  Notes for Elizabeth Arnold:
Through the marriage of Deborah Hawkins to Nathan Wade is the Arnold line allied to the Wade line
     
Children of William Hawkins and Elizabeth Arnold are:
  i.   Elijah Hawkins, born September 12, 1705; died Unknown.
  ii.   Uriah Hawkins, born July 30, 1707; died Unknown.
  iii.   Joseph Hawkins, born March 29, 1709; died Unknown.
  33 iv.   Deborah Hawkins, born May 15, 1713 in Providence, RI; died November 13, 1802 in Glocester, RI; married Nathan Wade 1729 in Providence, RI.
  v.   Ruth Hawkins, born March 14, 1710/11 in ?; died Unknown in ?; married (1) Zebedee Hopkins; born Unknown; died April 20, 1797 in Foster, RI; married (2) Nathaniel Wade June 26, 1731 in Providence, RI; born Unknown in ?; died Unknown in ?.
  Notes for Ruth Hawkins:
She later married Zebedee Hopkins.
Married Nathaniel Wade, brother of Nathan, of Scituate, RI


  Notes for Nathaniel Wade:
Married Ruth Hawkins, sister of Deborah who married Nathan Wade. They lived
in Scituate. She married (2) Zebedee Hopkins.




      68. Isaac Bacon, born March 09, 1688/89 in Dedham, Ma; died Unknown. He married 69. Abigail Bradhurst.

      69. Abigail Bradhurst, born July 04, 1685 in Roxbury, Ma.; died Unknown.
     
Child of Isaac Bacon and Abigail Bradhurst is:
  34 i.   Isaac Bacon, born November 21, 1711 in Pomfret, Ct; died July 03, 1754 in Pomfret, Ct; married Isabell Hicks August 1749.


      70. Daniel Hicks, born May 19, 1661 in Swansea, Ma; died Unknown. He married 71. Lydia Balcom.

      71. Lydia Balcom, born June 12, 1680 in Swansea, Ma; died Unknown.
     
Child of Daniel Hicks and Lydia Balcom is:
  35 i.   Isabell Hicks, born Abt. 1706 in Swansea, Ma; died Unknown; married Isaac Bacon August 1749.


      72. Samuel Winsor93, born November 18, 1677 in Providence, RI; died November 17, 1758 in Providence, RI. He was the son of 144. Samuel Winsor and 145. Mercy Williams. He married 73. Mercy Harding January 07, 1702/03 in Providence, RI.

      73. Mercy Harding, born 1685 in Providence, RI94,95,96; died December 21, 1771 in Providence, RI. She was the daughter of 146. Abraham Harding and 147. Deborah (?) Harding.

Notes for Samuel Winsor:
      On 21 April 1706 Samuel Winsor deeded his brother Joshua for good will and affection a mansion house and fifty-two acres, stating in the deed that, as his father died intestate he became heir, but whereas his brother Joshua was "destitute of any house, the which if his father had made disposal of his estate, he might have supplied and provided, but it otherwise falls out,"now therefore he Samuel the oldest son deeds to brother Joshua as above."


      On 16 Feb 1713 he testified that he had seen William Turpin and Edward Hawkins,
Jr, play cards at said Turpin's house.

      Samuel Winsor was ordained pastor of the First Baptist Church of Providence in 1733, and preached there until his death. He was, according to Morgan Edwards, a man "remarkable for preaching against paying ministers, and for refusing invitations to Sunday dinners for fear they should be considerations for Sunday sermons." His son Samuel succeeded his father as pastor being ordained in 1759.


      He wrote his will on 20 Dec 1749 and it was proved 29 Nov 1758. The executors were his wife, Mercy and son Joseph. To his son Joseph he left the land where he dwells except sixty acres and other land. To son Samuel the land where he lives. To daughter Martha Colwell, forty pounds. To son Joseph and Samuel my homestead farm where I live equally, they paying six hundred pounds apiece to
six sisters, that is two hundred to each sister, viz: Mary Potter, Lydia Angell, Hannah Olney, Deborah Olney, Mercy Angell, Freelove Winsor. To grandchildren Mary Fisher, Jeremiah Phebe, and Christopher Potter, land. To grandson John Potter, twenty pounds. To grandsons Phillip and Samuel Potter
land. To daughter Lydia Angell, land near Seekonk Ferry. To daughter Hannah Olney, and Mercy Angell land; to daughter Deborah Olney land and fifty pounds To grandson John Power son of Lydia land. To daughter Freelove Winsor one hundred pounds. To sons Joseph and Samuel working tools. To wife Mercy third of movables not disposed of, one hundred fifty pounds and privilege of the house in town and garden. Rest of movables to nine children. Inventory, three thousand, three hundred forty-seven pounds, six shillings, nine pense, a linen and woolen wheel, fifteen chairs, two tables, silver,
cash (29 pounds), silver cup, two large spoons, three links of buttons, shoe buckles, cider press, seventeen barrels of cider, five barrels of cider beer, six stacks of hay and stacks of oats and thatch, four hogs, ten sheep, six cows, etc.
     
Children of Samuel Winsor and Mercy Harding are:
  i.   Hannah Winsor, born August 26, 1711 in Providence, RI; died Unknown; married James Olney March 01, 1731/32 in Providence, RI; born Unknown; died Unknown.
  ii.   Martha Winsor, born December 10, 1703; died Unknown; married Robert Colwell September 28, 1728 in Providence, RI; born Unknown in ?; died Unknown.
  iii.   Mary Winsor, born August 05, 1707 in Providence, RI; died April 07, 1789; married Fisher Potter November 10, 1728 in Providence, RI; born Unknown in ?; died Unknown.
  iv.   Lydia Winsor, born August 05, 1709 in ?; died 1793 in ?; married Maj.John Angell June 22, 1735 in Providence, RI; born Unknown in ?; died Unknown in ?.
  36 v.   Rev. Joseph Winsor, born October 04, 1713 in Providence, RI; died 1802 in Glocester, RI; married Deborah Mathewson Unknown in Scituate, RI.
  vi.   Deborah Winsor, born October 12, 1715; died February 1796; married Charles Olney; born October 12, 1715; died Unknown.
  vii.   Mercy Winsor, born September 07, 1718 in ?; died June 09, 1781 in ?; married Nedabiah Angell June 22, 1740 in ?; born Unknown in ?; died Unknown in ?.
  viii.   Freelove Winsor, born September 15, 1720; died Unknown.
  ix.   Samuel Winsor, born November 01, 1722 in Providence, RI; died January 26, 1803; married Lydia Olney; born Unknown; died Unknown.


      80. John Pray97,98, born Unknown in ?; died October 09, 1733 in N. Providence, RI. He was the son of 160. Richard Pray and 161. Mary (?) Pray. He married 81. Sarah Brown November 14, 1678 in Providence, RI.

      81. Sarah Brown, born Unknown; died Aft. 1733. She was the daughter of 162. Rev.John Brown and 163. Mary Holmes.

Notes for John Pray:
      John resided in Providence and Smithfield. He was one of those "who staid and went not away" in the King Phillip War. 23 July 1717 he deeded farm and homestead, half at signing and half at decease of himself and wife to son Richard.


29 Apr 1726, will; proved 1 Feb 1734. Exx son Richard. Wife half of homestead while living if not remarried. Then to go to Richard. Son John 5 shillings; Son Hugh 5 shillings; dau Mary Brown 5 shillings; dau Penelope Aldrich 5 shillings; dau Martha Wilkinson 5 shillings. The homestead was in the north part of Providence.


  Notes for Sarah Brown:
Married John Pray of Richard and Mary Pray

     
Children of John Pray and Sarah Brown are:
  i.   John Pray, born Unknown; died Unknown; married Sarah Downing July 14, 1713; born Unknown; died Unknown.
  Notes for John Pray:
Married 14 July 1713, Sarah Downing


  ii.   Richard Pray, born Unknown; died July 10, 1755; married Rachel (?) Pray; born Unknown; died Unknown.
  iii.   Mary Pray, born Unknown; died Unknown; married Unknown Brown Unknown; born Unknown; died Unknown.
  Notes for Mary Pray:
Married Brown


  iv.   Catherine Pray, born Unknown; died November 27, 1728; married Hazadiah Comstock; born Unknown; died Unknown.
  Notes for Catherine Pray:
Married Hazadiah Comstock, son of Samuel Comstock and Elizabeth Arnold


  v.   Penelope Pray, born Unknown in ?; died December 25, 1752 in ?; married John Aldrich Unknown in ?; born November 17, 1688; died March 25, 1750.
  Notes for Penelope Pray:
Married John Aldrich son of John Aldrich and Huldah Thayer


  40 vi.   Hugh Pray, born Abt. 1681; died April 13, 1761 in Scituate, RI; married Abigail Blake 1716.
  vii.   Martha Pray, born 1689; died 1786; married Joseph Wilkinson; born Unknown; died Unknown.
  Notes for Martha Pray:
Married Joseph Wilkinson son of Samuel Wilkinson and Plaine Wickenden


  viii.   Sarah Pray, born Unknown in ?; died Unknown in ?; married Capt.Joseph Brown Unknown in ?; born Unknown in Newport, RI; died March 13, 1764 in Glocester, RI.
  Notes for Sarah Pray:
Married Joseph Brown son of Henry Brown and Waite Waterman


  Notes for Capt.Joseph Brown:

      Joseph Brown resided at Newport, Westerly, Kingstown, Attleborough, Ma, and Glocester, RI. On 21 Jan 1709/10 in the Rehoboth Proprietor Records Bk 1, p 346, 100 acres of land at Attleborough were recorded to Joseph Brown of Kingstown, son of Jeremiah Brown.

      In 1714, Joseph Brown of Attleborough in the County of Bristol, son of Mr. Jeremiah Brown late of Newport deceased: conveyed to Joh Bullock 200 acres in west part of Swansea bounded west on the salt water bay which runneth up to Providence. (Taunton deeds bk 8 p 720. In his will dated 2 Feb 1764 and proved 21 Mar 1764, Joseph Brown named his wife Hannah, his sons, Stephen, Benjamin, Joseph, and Abraham, his daughters Deborah Comstock, Sarah Phillips, Ann Whipple, Martha Farnum, Amey Ballou, Abigail, Phebe and Lillas, and his grandchildren Amey Smith and Joseph Whipple (Glocester Probate).He married first about 1703 his first cousin once removed, Sarah Pray, daughter
of John and Sarah Brown Pray. Second, he married at Glocester 27 Apr 1751
Hannah Lapham, daughter of John and Mary Russell Lapham. She married later,
Jacob Aldrich and third, Richard Estes.
Joseph Brown resided at Newport, Westerly, Kingstown, Attleborough, Ma; and
Glocester, RI. On 21 Jann 1709/10 in the Rehoboth Records bk 1 p 346, 100
acres of land at Attleborough were recorded to Joseph Brown of Kingstown, son
of Jeremiah Brown. In 1714, Joseph Brown of Attleborough in County of Bristol,
son of Jeremiah Brown late of Newport deceased conveyed to John Bullock 200
acres in west part of Swansea bounded west on the salt water bay which runneth
up to Providence. (Taunton deeded bk 8 p 720).
Will dated 2 Feb 1764 and proved 21 Mar 1764 he named his wife Hannah, sons,
Stephen, Benjamin, Joseph and Abraham, his daughters, Deborah Comstock, Sarah
Phillips, Anne Whipple, Martha Fernon (Farnum), Amey Ballou, Abigail, Phebe,
and Lillas, and his grandchildren, Amey Smith and Joseph Whipple, (Glocester
Probate)




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