Stephen Eggleston

M, b. 17 January 1608, d. 1638
FatherStephen Iggulden b. 5 Apr 1582, d. Nov 1624
MotherSarah Haffenden b. 10 Feb 1588
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Stephen Eggleston was born on 17 January 1608 at Biddenden, Kent. He married Elizabeth Jane Bennett on 30 November 1628 at Biddenden, Kent. Stephen Eggleston died in 1638.

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Elizabeth Jane Bennett b. 1602, d. 10 Mar 1687
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Elizabeth Jane Bennett

F, b. 1602, d. 10 March 1687
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Elizabeth Jane Bennett was born in 1602 at Biddenden, Kent. She married Stephen Eggleston, son of Stephen Iggulden and Sarah Haffenden, on 30 November 1628 at Biddenden, Kent. Elizabeth Jane Bennett died on 10 March 1687 at Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts. She was buried at Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut.
     Her married name was Eggleston.

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Stephen Eggleston b. 17 Jan 1608, d. 1638
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Stephen Iggulden

M, b. 5 April 1582, d. November 1624
FatherStephen Iggleden b. c Oct 1552, d. b 18 Feb 1605
Mother(?) Joane
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Stephen Iggulden was born on 5 April 1582 at England. He was christened on 16 April 1582 at Biddenden, Kent. He married Sarah Haffenden, daughter of Robart Haffenden, on 13 January 1606 at Tenterden, Kent. Stephen Iggulden died in November 1624 at Biddenden, Kent, at age 42.

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Sarah Haffenden b. 10 Feb 1588
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Sarah Haffenden

F, b. 10 February 1588
FatherRobart Haffenden b. 1554
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Sarah Haffenden was born on 10 February 1588 at Tenterden, Kent. She was christened on 10 February 1588. She married Stephen Iggulden, son of Stephen Iggleden and (?) Joane, on 13 January 1606 at Tenterden, Kent. Sarah Haffenden died.
     Her married name was Iggulden.

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Stephen Iggulden b. 5 Apr 1582, d. Nov 1624
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Stephen Iggleden

M, b. circa October 1552, d. before 18 February 1605
FatherWilliam Iddenden b. 1510, d. 1557
MotherLettice Stacy b. c 1515, d. 1625
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Stephen Iggleden was born circa October 1552 at Biddenden, Kent. He was christened on 19 October 1552 at Biddenden, Kent. He married (?) Joane at Kent. Stephen Iggleden died before 18 February 1605 at Biddenden, Kent. He was buried on 21 February 1605 at Biddenden, Kent.
     He was Clotheir. He (Research):The Will of STEPHEN IGGLDEDN Proved 22 April 1606 The Will of STEPHEN IGGLDEDN of theparish of Biddenden in the Countie of Kent, “Clotheir,” 18 Fecruary 1605. My body to be buried inthe church or churchyard of Biddenden. To the poor of the parish of Biddenden. To wife Dennice theuse of the new building adjoined to “my Mansion housery,” the new kitchen the the loft over it thethe garret and the garret over the parlor, with three butteries and loft over them, with freeliberty into and out of all the said room and also into the Har---feild, and the use of my oven andfurnace during the time of her widowhood. Also an annuity of L4, whereof 4 marks are due unto herby virtue of a jointure which I made with her before her marriage unto me, to be paid at the fourusual feasts of the year out of the profits of my land withjoining to my said Mansion House where Inow dwell. If the said sum is not paid, my wife to enter into the said land until the sum be fullysatisfied. also I give unto my wife L25, household furniture, etc. To son James L20 at twenty-one,if he shall make a sufficient release of one house and the land thereto belonging, to WilliamCliffe, according to an indenture made between me and the said William Cliffe, and he refuse, thenthis request said to be void. To son Richard L100 at twenty-one. To daughter Marggret. This is mylast will and and testament concerning my lands and tenements. To son John and his heirs foreverall my lands and tenements now in my tenure and occupation, and which I lately purchased of JohnMoyse and Symon Moyse, provided that he pay out of them to Dennice, my wife, L8 yearly toward theeducation and bringing up of my daughters Dennice and Margarett until they come to the age ofsixteen years, and afterward 80s. yearly until they come to the age of twenty years, if they liveso long unmarried, with penalty for non-payment. Son Stephen to serve in case of my wife Dennice’sdecease. Son John to pay to my daughter Dennice L80 at her age of twenty years of day of marriage.If the said sum be unpaid for three months after it becomes due, she to have forever three piecesof land containing seven acres, which lie furthest from my mansion house, abutting and adjoining tothe King’s highway towards the north, to the lands of Francis Fowle towards teh south, to the landsof Robert Moyse and me Stephen Iggleden before given to John leden towards the east. Similarprovision for daughter Margaret at her age of twenty years of day of marriage. If the said sum beunpaid for threemonths after it be due, my daughter Margaret to have forever two peices of landcontaining seven acres, one called the Maxenfelid and the other the Middlefeild, lying togetherabutting to the lands of Robert Moyse and other the lands of the said Stephen Iggleden beforewillied to his son John towards the east, and to the lands of the said Stephen Iggleden beforewilled to his son Jon on the north and west, and to the lands of Francis Foule towards the south.To sonStephen Iggleden all those my houses and buildings with all the lands thereto belonging whichI lately purchased of Stephen Bateman, lying in the parish of Biddenden and Tenterden, to him andhis heirs foever, provided that he pay our of the lands L5 yearly to Dennice, my wife, toward theeducation and bringing up of my son Joseph Iggleden until he come o the age of fourteen years, andafterward L3 yearly until he come to the age of eighteen, with penalty, etc., and provision forsonJohn serving in case of wife’s decease. Son Stephen to pay L100 to my son Joseph at the age oftwenty-one, and if it be unpaid for three months after it be due, the lands in the parish ofTenterdenm being parcell of the lands before willed to my son Stephen. If Dennice my wife be withchild, whether man child or woman child, my executors to pay L5 a year towards its education andbringing up until it accomplish the age of fifteen years, etc. All the resideue of my good andchattels to my sons John and Stephen, whom I make sole executors. [signed] Stephen Iggleden.Witnesses: Josias Seyliard, John Iggleden, James Prichard, scrivener, the marke of Stephen Osmore.Proved [22 April 1606. Probate Act Book] by John and Stephen Iggleden, executors named. InventoryL676 15s. 2d. Sentence for the confirmation of the will was given 17 June 1606. (Consistory ofCanterbury, vol. 39, fo. 343.). He left a will on 22 April 1606; Proved.

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(?) Joane
Marriage*He married (?) Joane at Kent.
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(?) Joane

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Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     (?) Joane was born at Kent. She married Stephen Iggleden, son of William Iddenden and Lettice Stacy, at Kent. (?) Joane died at Biddenden, Kent.
     Her married name was (?) Iggleden.

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Stephen Iggleden b. c Oct 1552, d. b 18 Feb 1605
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William Iddenden

M, b. 1510, d. 1557
FatherJohn Iggleden b. c 1480
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     William Iddenden was born in 1510 at Biddenden, Kent. He married Lettice Stacy circa 1550 at Biddenden, Kent. William Iddenden died in 1557 at Biddenden, Kent. He was buried on 28 April 1557 at Biddenden, Kent.
     He left a will on 29 April 1557; Will made.

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Lettice Stacy b. c 1515, d. 1625
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Lettice Stacy

F, b. circa 1515, d. 1625
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Lettice Stacy was born circa 1515 at Biddenden, Kent. She married William Iddenden, son of John Iggleden, circa 1550 at Biddenden, Kent. Lettice Stacy died in 1625 at Biddenden, Kent. She was buried on 16 May 1625 at Biddenden, Kent.
     Her married name was Iddenden.

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William Iddenden b. 1510, d. 1557
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John Iggleden

M, b. circa 1480
FatherJohn Iggleden b. 1450, d. 1511
Mother(?) Alice
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     John Iggleden was born circa 1480 at Biddenden, Kent. He married an unknown person. He died.

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Robart Haffenden

M, b. 1554
FatherRobart Haffinden b. 1520
MotherMargaret Crottall b. c 1524
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Robart Haffenden was born in 1554 at England. He was christened on 8 April 1554. He married an unknown person circa 1583 at Tenterden, Kent. He died.

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Robart Haffinden

M, b. 1520
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Robart Haffinden was born in 1520 at England. He married Margaret Crottall on 12 May 1544 at Tenterden, Kent. Robart Haffinden died.

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Margaret Crottall b. c 1524
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Margaret Crottall

F, b. circa 1524
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Margaret Crottall was born circa 1524 at Tenterden, Kent. She married Robart Haffinden on 12 May 1544 at Tenterden, Kent. Margaret Crottall died.
     Her married name was Haffinden.

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Robart Haffinden b. 1520
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John Iggleden

M, b. 1450, d. 1511
FatherRichard Iddenden b. 1420, d. 1475
Mother(?) Alicia d. 1475
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     John Iggleden was born in 1450 at Biddenden, Kent. He married (?) Alice. John Iggleden died in 1511.
     He (Research):he Will of John Egolynden of Bedynden Proved 10 March 1511-12 The will of John Egolyndenthe Elder, of Bedynden, 18 January 1511. to be buried in the churchyard of Bedynden. To the highaltat there, etc. To every godchild 6d. To the high alters of Halden and Smerden. A bushel of wheatto be made into penny loaves and distributed to the poor people Biddenden in the churchyard on GoodFriday every year for twenty years. To the brotherhood priest of Bidynden 6s, 8d. a year for life.To the church of Biddenden. To son John, if he will be a priest, L10 to pray for my soul, etc. Andif he will be no priest, then the L10 to another priest to pray, etc. To wife Alice half ofhousehold goods, and the other half to son Richard. The residue [ sic ] of all goods to sonRichard, whom I make sole executor. Stephen Pell, clerk of Smerden, overseer, and to him 3s. 4d.Witnesses: John Hilles, Walter Bryganden, Gylberd Stedman, and Thomas Ponett. I make JohnLechynden, John Elsy, Walter Brykynden of Biddenden, and Richard Morelyne of Benynden my foefees.My wife to have either her jointure or else her dwelling in my messuage where I dwell, the 'soler'on the 'doyce' side with the Chamber under, sufficient fuel and fire, the little garden at the headof the soler and another little garden at longtown pett, and her easement in kitchen and brewhouse, also one third of my son Richard Egolynden's fruit, during her 'wedewoth', and an annuity of20s. paid by my son Richard during her widowhood, etc. Son Richard to occupy and take the profitsof the said messuage that I dwell in and the lands called 'Smersole soo home' [ sic ] until he cometo age of twenty-one, paying the charges before rehearsed, and when he come to said age my foefeesto deliver said lands and tenements to him and his heirs forever. He also to have all my outlandsand tenements which I have not willed, paying to John Egolynden my son L30, L5 a year for six yearsout of my outlands, that is 28 acres bought of Vincent Munne, land called Goreland, Morehams, andBiddennen Meed and luetham. if said Richard refuse to pay the said L30, then John to have the saidout lands. For twenty years L5 a year shall be levied out of the land call leuttham to priestsclerks and poor people to keep an obit in the church of Bedynden. Proved 10 March 1551-12 by theexecutor named. (Archdeaconary of Canterbury, vol.11, fo.7.). He left a will between 10 March 1511 and 1512.

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(?) Alice
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(?) Alice

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Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     (?) Alice married John Iggleden, son of Richard Iddenden and (?) Alicia.
     Her married name was (?) Iggleden.

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John Iggleden b. 1450, d. 1511
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Richard Iddenden

M, b. 1420, d. 1475
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Richard Iddenden was born in 1420. He married (?) Alicia. Richard Iddenden died in 1475 at Biddenden, Kent.

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(?) Alicia d. 1475
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(?) Alicia

F, d. 1475
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     (?) Alicia married Richard Iddenden. (?) Alicia died in 1475.
     She (Research):The Will of Alicia Igolynden, Proved 9 May 1475 The Will of Alicia Igolynden, late wifeof Richard Igolynden of Bydenden in the County of Kent, dated at Bydenden, April 1475. My body tobe buried in the churchyard of Bydenden. To the high altar of the church of Bydenden for my tythesand oblations forgotten, 8d. To every brotherhood light of which I am a sister, 2d. To son ThomasIgolynden. To Lore Gesse. To daughter Agnes Igolynden a large iron pot on condition that she pay toThomas her brother 6s. 8d. To daughter Juliane all my money and a cow which is in the hands ofRobert lanys, etc. To Thomasine Hardy. To son Thomas. Toward the expenses of my burial 13s 4d. Tomy days mind 13s. 4d. To son John. The residue to daughter Agnes, and of this my will I make AdamPellond and John Igolynden my executors. I make John lechynden and William Gebon my feofees ofeight crofts of landand woods containing nine acres in Bedynden on the den of Beckynden , they tolegally deliver them to my son John Igolynden on condition that he pay all my legacies following:to a priest to celebrate mass in the church of Bydenden for one year, 30s.4d., to the footway inrouchfield two cartloads of stone, to Juliane my daughter 20d., to the Northrodeloft in the saidchurch 16d., and to every one of my godsons and goddaughters 4d. Proved 9 May 1475 by JohnIgolynden , one of the executors named, with power reserved for the other executor. (ArchdeaconryCourt of Canterbury, vol.2, fo.17, translated from the Latin.). Her married name was (?) Iddenden. She left a will on 9 May 1475 at Biddenden, Kent.

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Richard Iddenden b. 1420, d. 1475
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George Jacobs

M, b. 29 September 1677, d. 21 February 1750
FatherGeorge Jacobs b. 1649, d. a 1717
MotherRebecca Andrews b. 18 Apr 1646, d. a 1717
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     George Jacobs was born on 29 September 1677 at Wells, York, Maine. He married Hannah Thomas Cousins, daughter of Thomas Cousins and Hannah Ward, on 26 December 1701 at Wells, York, Maine. George Jacobs died on 21 February 1750 at Wells, York, Maine, at age 72.

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Hannah Thomas Cousins b. 1680
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George Jacobs

M, b. 1649, d. after 1717
FatherGeorge Jacobs b. 1620, d. 19 Aug 1692
MotherMary (?)
Last Edited8 Jan 2007
     George Jacobs was born in 1649. He married Rebecca Andrews, daughter of Thomas Andrews and (?) Rebecca, on 9 February 1674 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. George Jacobs died after 1717 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.
     He (Research):George and his wife Rebecca were accused of witchcraft, but George fled before he couldbe arrested. He and his brother-in-law, Daniel Andrews stayed away until the hysteria was over.Where they were has not been established, but the later connection with Wells, Me is suggestive.

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Rebecca Andrews b. 18 Apr 1646, d. a 1717
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Rebecca Andrews

F, b. 18 April 1646, d. after 1717
FatherThomas Andrews
Mother(?) Rebecca
Last Edited8 Jan 2007
     Rebecca Andrews was born on 18 April 1646 at Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She married George Jacobs, son of George Jacobs and Mary (?), on 9 February 1674 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. Rebecca Andrews died after 1717.
     She (Research):Rebecca was arrested for withchcraft on May 14, 1692. 'The officer perswaded her out ofthe House, telling her she should speedily return, the children ran a great way after her crying.'She was to remain in prison for ten months, her four young children (daughter Margaret was alreadyin prision) were taken in by neighbors. Her mother, in a petition to the court, calls her '-- - aWoman craz'd, distracted, and broken in her mind, and that she has been so theses twelve years andupward.' Rebecca apparently blamed herself for the death of a child, possibly her little daughterMary. Daughter Margaret writes of her in a letter to her father '- - My poor mother, poor woman, isvery crazy and remembers her kind love to you and to uncle - -' Rebecca was eventually released andwas living when her husband, George died in early 1717-18. George was also accused of witchcraft,but fled before he could be arrested. He and his brother-in-law, Daniel Andrews stayed away untilthe hysteria was over. Where they were has not been established, but the later connection withWells, Me is suggestive. Her married name was Jacobs.

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George Jacobs b. 1649, d. a 1717
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George Jacobs

M, b. 1620, d. 19 August 1692
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     George Jacobs was born in 1620. He married Mary (?) on 12 January 1673 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. George Jacobs died on 19 August 1692 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.
     He (Research):George Jacobs was born about 1617, probably in England and was farming near Salem, Massby the 1640's. He came to Salem in or before 1674 and settled in the portion of the town which isnow Danvers, northwesterly of Great Cove. He and his wife attended church infrequently, and he wasknown for his 'salty tongue' and quick temper. He was in court in 1677 for striking a man while ina rage. He, his son George Jr, George Jr's wife Rebecca and their daughter Margaret, were accusedof witchcraft.George was accused of practicing witchcraft by his own granddaughter, Margaret.George Sr was tried and examined May 10th 1692. The accusing girls were present in full force. Hisexamination was as follows: Jacobs: I am as innocent as the child born tonight. I have livedthirty-three years here in Salem. Court: What then? Jacobs: If you can prove that I am guilty Iwill lie under it. Sarah: Last night I was afflicted at Deacon Ingersoll's and Mary Walcott said itwas a man with two staves. It was my master... Jacobs: Pray so not accuse me. I am as clear asyour worships. You must right judgements. Court: What book did he bring you, Sarah? Sarah: The samebook that the other woman brought. Jacobs: The devil can go in any shape. Court: Did he not appearon the other side of the river and hurt you? Did not you see him? Sarah: Yes he did. Court: Lookthere, she accuseth you to your face, she chargeth you that you hurt her twice. Is it not true?What would you have me say? I never wronged no man in word or deed. Court: Here are threeevidences. Jacobs: You tax me for a wizard. You may as well tax me for a buzzard. I have done noharm. Court: Is it not harm to afflict these? Jacobs: I never did it. Court: But how comes it to bein your appearance? Jacobs: The devil can take any license. Court: Not without their consent.Jacobs: Please your worships, it is untrue, I never showed the book. I am silly about these thingsas the child born last night. Court: That is your saying. You argue you have lived so long, butwhat then, Cain might live so long before he killed Abel and you might live long before the devilhad so prevailed on you. Jacobs: Christ hath suffered three times for me... Court: What threetimes? He suffered the cross and gal... Sarah: You had as good confess if you are guilty. Jacobs:Have you heard that I have any witchcraft? Sarah: I know that you lead a wicked life. Jacobs: Lether make it out. Court: Doth he ever pray in his family? Jacobs: Not unless by himself. Court: Whydo you not pray in your family? Jacobs: I cannot read. Court: Well you may pray for all that. Canyou say the Lord's prayer? Let us hear you. Record; (He might [missed] in several parts of it andcould not repeat it right after many trials.) Court: Sarah Churchill, when you wrote in the bookyou showed your master's name you said. Sarah: Yes sir. Jacobs: Well, burn me or hang me I willstand in the truth of Christ. I know nothing of it. Sarah Churchill gave positive evidence againstMr. Jacobs, and subsequently Sarah Ingersoll deposed that Sarah Churchill came to her, crying andwringing her hands, seemingly much troubled in spirit. She asked her what the matter was. Sheanswered that she had undone herself. Miss Ingersoll asked what was it about, and she answered,that it was in belying herself and others in sayingthat she believed that she had set her hand tothe book. She answered, and said, 'No, no, no; I never did.' She was asked then what made her sayshe did. She answered that it was because they threatened her, and told her they would put her intothe dungeon along ,with Mr. Burroughs, and thus at several times she followed Miss Ingersoll,telling her that she had undone herself. Miss Ingersoll asked her why she did not deny she wroteit, and she said it was because she had stood so long in it that now she did not dare to. She said,also, that if she told Mr. Noyes but once she had set her hand to the book, he would believe her,but if she told the truth and said she had not set her hand to the book a hundred times he wouldnot believe her. May 14th, warrants were issued for the arrest of George Jacobs, Jr., and hiswife Rebecca. Mr. Jacobs escaped, but his wife was arrested, and as she was taken away by theofficers, her four little children followed her, but they could not go far, as the youngest was buttwo years old. They were left behind, and were cared for by neighbors. She was kept in irons eightmonths, then indicted, and set to trial Jan. 3, 1692/93, being promptly acquitted. Many features ofthe witchcraft regime equaled in cruelty and a spirit ofpersecution similar to that shown to theQuakers. Burroughs, Procter, George Jacobs, Sr., Willard and Carrier, were executed on Friday,August 19th. A procession formed at the jail on St. Peter's Street on that day, and with thevictims in a cart, proceeded to the place of the former hangings. All of them protested theirinnocence; but Cotton Mather, who was there told them that they all died by a righteous sentence.When Mr.Burroughs was upon the ladder, he made a statement of his innocence so solemnly andseriously that the people, who were present in large numbers, admired him for it; and it seemed tosome that the spectators would hinder the execution. He closed his prayer by repeating the Lord'sprayer so composedly and fervently that it was very affecting and drew tears from many. Theaccusers, who were there to see the culmination of their work, said .that the 'black man' stood anddictated to him. It seemed to make no difference whether the accused could repeat the Lord's prayeror not, to them it was evidence of guilt of witchcraft either way, as they pleased. As soon as thehangings ceased, Cotton Mather, who was on horseback, spoke to the people,and declared that Mr.Burroughs was not an ordained minister and that Devil was often transformed into an angel of light.This somewhat appeased the people. When Mr. Burroughs was cut down, he was dragged by the halter toa hole or grave between the rocks, about two feet deep, his shirt and breeches being pulled off,and an old pair of trousers of one of the other men who was executed, put on. He was put into thehole with the bodies of Willard and Mrs. Carrier. One of his hands and his chin and a foot of oneof the others were left uncovered. After dark, Mr. Buffum went to the crevice and covered theexposed parts of their bodies. Some of the bodies of the executed were carried away, at least, thatis true of the Salem victims. Under the ridge where the execution occurred was the North River,between which and the ridge was the ancient highway. It was easy to pass the bodies to a boat inthe stream, and from 'thence up North and Danvers rivers to the Great Cove, near George Jacob'shome, up North River to John Procter's home, and up North, Danvers, and Crane rivers to the home ofMrs. Nurse. Those bodies which had not been taken away were buried near the line of the fence,northwesterly from the crevice. About 1750, some locust trees were set out to mark the place oftheir burial. One tree stood in the crevice and another about forty feet northwesterly on the lineof the present fence. About 1850, the crevice as cleared of the loam and dirt within it by scrapingit down to improve the garden of Mr. Stephens. The writer has a piece of the stump of one of tiletrees which were dug up at that time. Margaret Jacobs, daughter of George Jr., and Rebecca Jacobsalso testified against her grandfather, and the day following his execution, she wrote from Salemjail a letter to her father, as follows: Honored father--After my humble duty remembered to you,hoping in the Lord of your good health, as blessed be God I enjoy, though in abundance ofaffliction being close confined here in a loathsome dungeon, the Lord look down in mercy upon me,not knowing how soon I shall be put to death, by means of the afflicted persons. My grandfatherhaving suffered already and all his estate seized for the king. The reason of my confinement isthis, I having, through the magistrates threatenings, and my own vile and wretched heart, confessedseveral things contrary to my own conscience and knowledge, though to the wounding of my own soul,the Lord pardon me for it. But O, the terrors of a wounded conscience, who can bear ? But blessedbe the Lord, he would not let me go on in my sins, but in mercy, I hope, to my soul, would notsuffer me to keep it in any longer, but t was forced to confess the truth of all before themagistrates who would not believe me, but 'tis their pleasure to put me here, and God knows howsoon I shall be put to death. Dear father, let me beg your prayers to the Lord on my behalf, andsend me a joyful and happy meeting in Heaven. My mother, poor woman, is very crazy, and remembersher kind love to you and to uncle, viz. d--A--, so leaving you to the protection of the Lord, Irest your dutiful daughter. MARGARET JACOBS From the dungeon in Salem prison, Aug. 20, 1692Margaret Jacobs was then only sixteen. At the next session of the court, she confessed that she haddone wrong, as follows: 'The Lord above knows I know nothing in the least measure, how or whoafflicted them, they told me without doubt I did,or else they would not fall down at me, they toldme if I would not confess I should be put down into the dungeon and would be hanged, but if I wouldconfess I should have my life. The which did so affright me with my own vile heart, to save my lifemade me make the like confession I did, which confession, may it please the honored court isaltogether false and untrue . . . Whatever I said was altogether false against my grandfather andMr. Burroughs, which I did to save my life and to have my liberty, but the Lord, charging it to myconscience, made me in so much horror that I could not contain myself before I had denied theconfession; which I did, though I saw nothing but death before me, choosing rather death with aquiet conscience than to live in such horror, which I could not suffer. Whereupon my denying myconfession I was committed to close prison.' When she was brought to trial, she was troubled with'a disorder in her head,' and her case was continued. She remained in confinement after the jaildelivery because she could not pay the fees and charges of the jailer. One hundred and twenty-fivepersons were accused in all. In 1703, the general court repaid to the heirs of persons executed andcondemned and not executed the pecuniary damages they severally sustained. In Salem, on account ofGeorge Jacobs, seventy-nine pounds, George Burroughs, fifty pounds, Giles Corey and his wife,twenty-one pounds, Rebecca Nurse, twenty-five pounds, John Willard, twenty pounds, Sarah Good,thirty pounds, John Procter and his wife, one hundred and fifty pounds. Some six hundred poundswere thus paid out to the estates of the several persons. Several of the executed were members ofthe church, and were excommunicated as they were about to suffer. This made the executions doublyterrible, as many believed that the church membership was almost the very key to heaven. Of theafter life of the accusing girls, nothing is known. Ann Putnam is said to have died in 1716, at theage of thirty-seven. They seemed to have vanished. George and four others met their ends on GallowsHill two weeks later. His last words were 'I am falsely accused. I never did it.' In 1693 George'swidow, Mary married a man who had been widowed by the witch trials, and in 1711 the General COurtof Mass made reparations of 79 pounds to the heirs of George Jacobs. George's family buried hisbody on his farm, and some of his descendants, still living on the site, unearthed his remains in1864, and found a tall arthritic toothless skeleton. His remains were taken to Salem in 1992, andreburied as part of the ceremony marking the 300th anniversary of the trials.

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Mary (?)
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Mary (?)

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     Mary (?) married George Jacobs on 12 January 1673 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.
     Her married name was Jacobs.

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George Jacobs b. 1620, d. 19 Aug 1692
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Thomas Andrews

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     Thomas Andrews married (?) Rebecca.

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(?) Rebecca
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(?) Rebecca

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Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     (?) Rebecca married Thomas Andrews.
     Her married name was (?) Andrews.

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Thomas Andrews
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Hannah Thomas Cousins

F, b. 1680
FatherThomas Cousins b. c 1649, d. c 1690
MotherHannah Ward b. c 1650, d. 1702
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Hannah Thomas Cousins was born in 1680. She married George Jacobs, son of George Jacobs and Rebecca Andrews, on 26 December 1701 at Wells, York, Maine. Hannah Thomas Cousins died.
     Her married name was Jacobs.

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George Jacobs b. 29 Sep 1677, d. 21 Feb 1750
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Thomas Cousins

M, b. circa 1649, d. circa 1690
FatherIsaac Cousins b. c 1613, d. 23 Jul 1702
MotherElizabeth (?) b. c 1625, d. 14 Oct 1656
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Thomas Cousins was born circa 1649 at Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts. He married Hannah Ward circa 1675 at Wells, York, Maine. Thomas Cousins died circa 1690 at Wells, York, Maine. He died on 18 May 1690 at Wells, York, Maine.
     He (Research):'The first of that name in Wells, Maine.' Witnessed a deed for Morgan Howell, 1666,doubtless lived in his boyhood with his sister Barrett (Elizabeth Cousins) a neighbor of the Bowlesfamily, where Howell made his home. Served in Phillip's War and was accused (and acquitted) ofperjury for his evidence at Scottow's trial for not sending aid from the Black Point garrison tohard pressed soldiers. Wells granted him 100 acres in 1684. Grand jury 1708.Presumably he and hiswife, name unknown, were killed in the attack on Wells in 1690. (Noyes, et al., p. 165) ThomasCousins [probable son of Isaac] was born about the year1649.We find him as a young man of seventeenliving in Wells, in the Province of Maine, with his Barrett kinsmen in 1666, when he witnessed adeed of land at Cape Porpoise purchased by Ensign [later Lieutenant]John Barrett from MorganHowell. [York Deeds II: 81] He took the oath of fidelity on July 7, 1670. He saw service in thelocal actions during King Philip's War, and his deposition in regard to the fight which took placenear Black Point in 1675 is preserved in the evidence in the case against Capt. Scottow: 'Thedeposition of Thomas Cousens aged about30 yeares makes oath that being with Capt Winckoll when hewas ingaged with the Indians neere Blackepointe, and faire within sight of the garrison, CaptWinckol sent two men to Mr Scottow for some releife,being then likely to have bene overthrowne, by the enimy, but the said Scottow would not send any help to us, he had at that timeupward of forty men in his garrison, but from Mr Foxwels garrison, which was as farr from us as Mr.Scottows garrison was, we had five men which did us a great pleasure, and they left but two men inthe garrison, which if we had releife from Mr. Scottows garrison, in an ordinary way with godsblessing, we might have given the enimye a great overthrow, and after the fight was over, thisdeponent went to Mr Scottows garrison, and heard Souldiers generally say, that they see CaptWinckoll ingaged with the enimy, and would have gone to have releived them, but Mr Scottow wouldnotsuffer them, but charged them to Keepe the garrison,and further this deponent saith that it wasgenerally reported at Blackpoint, that in theire great distress they could have no help from MrScottows garrison,he being the comander thereof, and further saith not. Taken upon Oath the16th January 1679 before me Samll. Wheelwright Comissr.' [York Deeds XI: 4] Thistestimony resulted in a summons before the County Court to answer a charge of 'suspicion ofperjury,' brought at the instigation o fCaptainScottow. He was acquitted of this charge, butconvicted of 'presumtuous and reproachfull expressions' against the Captain,doubtless for thepurpose of satisfying that important personage [Early Records of Maine,Maine Historical SocietyCopy, Vol. III, p.399; Vol. IV, p. 76. ] whose conduct during the critical days of 1675and 1676 wassubject to severe criticism. In 1684 Thomas Cousins had a grant of land from the town ofWells,comprising one hundred acres west of the river which forms the present boundary between Wellsand Kennebunk and southeast of the post-road. All of the settlers on this side of Wells were drivenout by the Indians in 1690, the Storer Garrison, over three miles to the south,being the mostnortherly place that was held against them. It is entirely probable that Thomas Cousins and hiswife, whose name is unknown, lost their lives during these troublous times. Their children were inpossession of the farm in 1717. [Thomas Cousins of Portsmouth,N.H., whose wife Elizabeth (Cranch)shared in the division of the estate of her great-grandfather, Robert Mussell, in 1718 (N.H.Probate I: 62), was of no known connection with the Cousins family of Wells.] (The Ancestryof Lydia Harmon, p. 50)
Sources: 1.Abbrev: D. B. Robinson's Genealogy Page Title: D. B. Robinson's Genealogy Page RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project websitehttp://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=harus pex&id=I19776Author: D. B. (David) Robinson 2.Abbrev: Harmon, Lydia Ancestry Title: The Ancestry ofLydia Harmon 1755-1836 Author: Walter Goodwin Davis Text: Page: p. 50.

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Hannah Ward b. c 1650, d. 1702
Children

Isaac Cousins

M, b. circa 1613, d. 23 July 1702
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Isaac Cousins was born circa 1613 at Marlborough, Wiltshire. He married Elizabeth (?). Isaac Cousins died on 23 July 1702 at Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
     He was Gunsmith and locksmith. He (Research):ISAAC COUSINS, born about the year 1613, [he deposed in 1673 that he was sixty years ofage] an expert gunsmith and locksmith, was living in Rowley, Massachusetts Bay in 1647,when it wasrecorded that Samuel Fogg was apprenticed to him. [Ipswich Quarterly Court, 30: 1: 1647]His abilityat his trade is several times commended and he seems to have been a man of education, writing afirm clear hand, an accomplishment which his wife, Elizabeth Cousins, shared,but awandering spiritand a fatal propensity for litigation makes the sum of his career in New England a sad record ofcontinuous failure. Cousins was offered inducements to settle in New London, Connecticut,in1651,[Savage] but he remained in Rowley until the following year when he sold his land, house and shopto John Pickard and removed to Haverhill.The court records at this period give evidence of hisuniform ill-luck at horse-trading. He participated in the divisions of land in Haverhill in1652 and1653, but he soon transferred his business to Ipswich, remained there a short period, and in theautumn of 1656, after selling his Ipswich house and shop he continued his migrations to Boston. Atthis point his wife, Elizabeth Cousins, died, on October 14, 1656 .In the succeeding year hemarried Ann Hunt 'formerly wife of John Edwards' in Boston, and disposed of his Haverhill realestate. [Essex Deeds 1: 108] He left several law suits behind him in the Ipswich court, figuringboth as plaintiff and defendant, in one of which he issued by the town for bringing in an old womanand leaving without providing for her. [Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County,II: 26] On December 16, 1659 Cousins was 'received as a tradesman'atPortsmouth, New Hampshire,where John Webster sold him an acre of land at Great Island in 1661. How long this venture lastedis not determined, but he was again in Boston in 1668. For the next ten years his name appears onlyoccasionally in the records. His wife Ann had apparently died before 1660, when the name of themother of his daughter Rebecca is given in the birth record as Rebecca Cousins. This may be aclerical error, however. In 1677 he had again married, this wife being namedMartha(Stanbury)Priest. In 1678, when he was quite advanced in age, he seems to have becomeidentified with the proprietors of North Yarmouth in Maine, and during that year he witnessed forthem several deeds executed in Boston.This connection led to a further attempt to better hisfortunes in anew community, and in 1681 the committee of that town was directed to layout a tractof land to him 'hee or his sonn Ingaging to come &dwellyr, & to accomodate the inhabitants by yework of his Trade.'[YorkDeeds IV: 41] Continued Indian hostilities, however, robbed this plan offulfillment. During his latter years Isaac Cousins fell into real poverty. In1691he was warnedout of Dorchester 'having a long time bin an inhabitant of Boston and now being aged.' In 1696, inseeking to enter a law-suit without fees, he states that he is 'an ancient inhabitant of thiscountry... fallen much into decay and waxen soe poore' etc. [SupremeJudicialCourt of Massachusetts,4336] This suit was against Richard Priest of Boston for withholding household goods which 'were inthe house where the plaintiff and Martha his late wife lived next the millbridge on the northsidethereof.' Finally, in the record of his death, on July 23, 1702, we find the old man, eighty-nineyears of age, a town charge. [Copeland ms.,City Clerk's office, Boston] There is nodocumentary evidence available to prove that the first four names given in the following list[Elizabeth, Thomas, Isaac, andAbraham] are those of children of Isaac Cousins. There is strongcircumstantial evidence, however, that the bearers were sister and brothers, and in seeking toprove their parentage the theory that their father and mother were Isaac and Elizabeth Cousinsseemed most plausible,the supposition being that after the death of their mother they were placedin the care of relatives in Charlestown and Wells.[Mr. John Cousins of Westgustego (North Yarmouth)has been suggested as the father of Thomas and Isaac Cousins of Wells. Conclusive evidence againstthis theory is the fact that Mr. Cousins gave his estate to Mrs. Mary Saywardof York by deed in1679. (York Deeds VIII:233.)] (The Ancestry of LydiaHarmon, pp. 47-48).

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Elizabeth (?) b. c 1625, d. 14 Oct 1656
Child

Elizabeth (?)

F, b. circa 1625, d. 14 October 1656
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Elizabeth (?) was born circa 1625 at England. She married Isaac Cousins. Elizabeth (?) died on 14 October 1656 at Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
     Her married name was Cousins.

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Isaac Cousins b. c 1613, d. 23 Jul 1702
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John Goodale

M, b. circa 1715, d. between 7 January 1771 and 8 April 1771
FatherZachariah Goodale b. 15 May 1675, d. a Jul 1749
MotherElizabeth Cousins b. c 1680, d. b 27 Jul 1747
Last Edited2 Dec 2006
     John Goodale was born circa 1715 at Wells, York, Maine. He married Elizabeth Littlefield on 4 December 1740 at Wells, York, Maine. John Goodale died between 7 January 1771 and 8 April 1771 at Wells, York, Maine.

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Elizabeth Littlefield b. c 1720, d. a 1762
Children

Elizabeth Littlefield

F, b. circa 1720, d. after 1762
Last Edited2 Dec 2006
     Elizabeth Littlefield was born circa 1720 at Wells, York, Maine. She married John Goodale, son of Zachariah Goodale and Elizabeth Cousins, on 4 December 1740 at Wells, York, Maine. Elizabeth Littlefield died after 1762 at Wells, York, Maine.
     Her married name was Goodale.

Family

John Goodale b. c 1715, d. bt 7 Jan 1771 - 8 Apr 1771
Children

Zachariah Goodale

M, b. 15 May 1675, d. after July 1749
FatherIsaac Goodale b. 1634, d. 27 Oct 1679
MotherPatience Cook b. c 1638, d. a 1708
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Zachariah Goodale was born on 15 May 1675 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. He married Elizabeth Cousins, daughter of Thomas Cousins and Hannah Ward, on 22 May 1700 at Wells, York, Maine. Zachariah Goodale died after July 1749 at Wells, York, Maine.

Family

Elizabeth Cousins b. c 1680, d. b 27 Jul 1747
Child

Elizabeth Cousins

F, b. circa 1680, d. before 27 July 1747
FatherThomas Cousins b. c 1649, d. c 1690
MotherHannah Ward b. c 1650, d. 1702
Last Edited13 Sep 2006
     Elizabeth Cousins was born circa 1680. She married Zachariah Goodale, son of Isaac Goodale and Patience Cook, on 22 May 1700 at Wells, York, Maine. Elizabeth Cousins died before 27 July 1747 at Wells, York, Maine.
     Her married name was Goodale.

Family

Zachariah Goodale b. 15 May 1675, d. a Jul 1749
Child

Isaac Goodale

M, b. 1634, d. 27 October 1679
FatherRobert Goodale b. b 16 Aug 1601, d. before 10/12/1682 and jun 168
MotherCatherine Kilham b. c 1606, d. 1645
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Isaac Goodale was born in 1634 at England. He married Patience Cook, daughter of John Cook and Mary Root, on 25 February 1668 or 1669 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. Isaac Goodale died on 27 October 1679 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.

Family

Patience Cook b. c 1638, d. a 1708
Child

Patience Cook

F, b. circa 1638, d. after 1708
FatherJohn Cook
MotherMary Root
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Patience Cook was born circa 1638. She married Isaac Goodale, son of Robert Goodale and Catherine Kilham, on 25 February 1668 or 1669 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. Patience Cook died after 1708 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.
     Her married name was Goodale.

Family

Isaac Goodale b. 1634, d. 27 Oct 1679
Child

Robert Goodale

M, b. before 16 August 1601, d. before 10/12/1682 and jun 168
FatherRobert Goodale b. bt 1565 - 1568
MotherJoan Artys b. c 1570
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Robert Goodale was born before 16 August 1601 at Dennington, Suffolk. He married Catherine Kilham, daughter of Henry Kilham and Alice Goodale, before 1630. Robert Goodale died before 10/12/1682 and jun 168 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.

Family

Catherine Kilham b. c 1606, d. 1645
Child

Catherine Kilham

F, b. circa 1606, d. 1645
FatherHenry Kilham b. b 10 Aug 1558
MotherAlice Goodale b. b 1 Oct 1566
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Catherine Kilham was born circa 1606 at England. She married Robert Goodale, son of Robert Goodale and Joan Artys, before 1630. Catherine Kilham died in 1645 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.
     Her married name was Goodale.

Family

Robert Goodale b. b 16 Aug 1601, d. before 10/12/1682 and jun 168
Child

Henry Kilham

M, b. before 10 August 1558
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Henry Kilham was born before 10 August 1558 at Bury St, Edmunds, Suffolk. He married Alice Goodale, daughter of John Goodale and Elizabeth (?), on 12 August 1582 at Dennington, Suffolk. Henry Kilham died.

Family

Alice Goodale b. b 1 Oct 1566
Child

Alice Goodale

F, b. before 1 October 1566
FatherJohn Goodale b. c 1540
MotherElizabeth (?) d. before 6 Mar 1601|02
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Alice Goodale was born before 1 October 1566 at Barnham, Suffolk. She married Henry Kilham on 12 August 1582 at Dennington, Suffolk. Alice Goodale died.
     Her married name was Kilham.

Family

Henry Kilham b. b 10 Aug 1558
Child

John Goodale

M, b. circa 1540
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     John Goodale was born circa 1540 at England. He married Elizabeth (?). John Goodale died.

Family

Elizabeth (?) d. before 6 Mar 1601|02
Child

Elizabeth (?)

F, d. before 6 Mar 1601|02
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Elizabeth (?) married John Goodale. Elizabeth (?) died before 6 Mar 1601|02.
     Her married name was Goodale.

Family

John Goodale b. c 1540
Child

Robert Goodale

M, b. between 1565 and 1568
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Robert Goodale was born between 1565 and 1568. He married Joan Artys. Robert Goodale died.

Family

Joan Artys b. c 1570
Child

Joan Artys

F, b. circa 1570
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Joan Artys was born circa 1570. She married Robert Goodale. Joan Artys died.
     Her married name was Goodale.

Family

Robert Goodale b. bt 1565 - 1568
Child

John Cook

M
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     John Cook married Mary Root.

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Mary Root
Child

Mary Root

F
Last Edited14 Aug 2006
     Mary Root married John Cook.
     Her married name was Cook.

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John Cook
Child

Hannah Ward

F, b. circa 1650, d. 1702
Last Edited19 Aug 2006
     Hannah Ward was born circa 1650 at Wells, York, Maine. She married Thomas Cousins, son of Isaac Cousins and Elizabeth (?), circa 1675 at Wells, York, Maine. Hannah Ward died in 1702 at Wells, York, Maine.
     Her married name was Cousins.

Family

Thomas Cousins b. c 1649, d. c 1690
Children

Elda Francis 'Elsi' Hastings

F, b. 7 September 1897, d. 9 April 1968
Last Edited24 Jan 2016
     Elda Francis 'Elsi' Hastings was born on 7 September 1897. She married Daniel Thomas Hale, son of Henry H. Hale and Anna L. Maloney, on 16 June 1928 at Elmore, Lamoille, Vermont. Elda Francis 'Elsi' Hastings died on 9 April 1968 at Barre, Washington, Vermont, at age 70. She was buried at Franklin, Vermont.
     Her married name was Hale. Elda Francis 'Elsi' Hastings also went by the name of Elsi.

Family

Daniel Thomas Hale b. 25 May 1882, d. 26 Jun 1953
Children

Jennie Alma Hale

F, b. 7 November 1928, d. 18 December 2001
FatherDaniel Thomas Hale b. 25 May 1882, d. 26 Jun 1953
MotherElda Francis 'Elsi' Hastings b. 7 Sep 1897, d. 9 Apr 1968
Last Edited29 Dec 2013
     Jennie Alma Hale was born on 7 November 1928 at Elmore, Lamoille, Vermont. She married Roger Grant Spear on 13 May 1950 at Tunbridge, Orange, Vermont. Jennie Alma Hale died on 18 December 2001 at Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont, at age 73.
     Her married name was Spear.

Family

Roger Grant Spear b. c 1931, d. 26 Feb 1997

Daniel Thomas Hale

M, b. 27 December 1929, d. 26 April 2008
FatherDaniel Thomas Hale b. 25 May 1882, d. 26 Jun 1953
MotherElda Francis 'Elsi' Hastings b. 7 Sep 1897, d. 9 Apr 1968
Last Edited30 Dec 2010
     Daniel Thomas Hale was born on 27 December 1929 at Elmore, Lamoille, Vermont. He died on 26 April 2008 at Berlin, VT, at age 78.

Albert Vernon Hale

M, b. 29 October 1938, d. 29 October 1938
FatherDaniel Thomas Hale b. 25 May 1882, d. 26 Jun 1953
MotherElda Francis 'Elsi' Hastings b. 7 Sep 1897, d. 9 Apr 1968
Last Edited16 Nov 2007
     Albert Vernon Hale was born on 29 October 1938 at Morrisville, Lamoille, Vermont. He died on 29 October 1938 at Morrisville, Lamoille, Vermont.

Ernest Wheeler

M, b. 1884, d. 1969
Last Edited27 Jan 2016
     Ernest Wheeler was born in 1884 at Vermont. He married an unknown person. He married Bertha Bell Sherman, daughter of Jefferson Davis Sherman and Louise Electra Smith, on 14 August 1942 at Woodbury, Washington, Vermont. Ernest Wheeler died in 1969. He was buried at Proctorsville, Windsor, Vermont.
     He appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 at Woodbury, Washington, Vermont; Age 46
Farmer
Widower.

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Bertha Bell Sherman b. 26 Apr 1886, d. 27 May 1951

Elihu Sabin

M
Last Edited30 Apr 2004
     Elihu Sabin married Zerviah Crosby (?).

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Zerviah Crosby (?)
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Zerviah Crosby (?)

F
Last Edited30 Apr 2004
     Zerviah Crosby (?) married Elihu Sabin.
     Her married name was Sabin.

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Elihu Sabin
Child

Frances (?)

F, d. after 1652
Last Edited12 Mar 2008
     Frances (?) married John Dane. Frances (?) died after 1652.
     She (Research):There is some doubt about the maiden name of Frances. Her married name was Dane.

Family

John Dane b. c 1587
Children

Annis (?)

F
Last Edited12 Mar 2008
     Annis (?) married John Dane after 1652.
     Annis (?) (Research):Widow of William Chandler. Her married name was Chandler. Her married name was Dane.

Family 1

Child

Family 2

John Dane b. c 1587

John Dane

M, b. 1612, d. 1684
FatherJohn Dane b. c 1587
MotherFrances (?) d. a 1652
Last Edited12 Mar 2008
     John Dane was born in 1612. He died in 1684.
     He (Research):Dr. John Dane was the first of family to come to America, though his parents followedsoon after. He was the author of 'A Declaration of Remarkable Providences in the Course of my Life,' which is printed in full in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol VIII. Whenhe ran away to play, contrary to orders, he records that his father 'toke me and basted me.'Later, when about nineteen years old, he received another 'basting' for attending a dancing class;whereupon, he took '2 shurts' his best 'sute' and a 'bybell' and left home to seek his fortune. Hehad many curious experiences before he settled down at 'wood Roe hatfield', where he succeeded sowell that he 'lived in the chief place in towne, and toke a prentis and kept a gurniman.' But inspite of his prosperity, he was dissatisfied, having a strong desire to 'come to nu ingland,thinking I should be more fre here then thare from temptations.' He evidently learned thattemptations come from within, for later he records 'I find here a deuell to tempt and a corupt hartto deseue.' In 1661 his house burned down and he describes the configuration as :a most uialiantfier.' In his record he mentions 'my sister How' and my brother How's father, a very onest man.'

Francis Dane

M, b. 1614, d. 1696
FatherJohn Dane b. c 1587
MotherFrances (?) d. a 1652
Last Edited12 Mar 2008
     Francis Dane was born in 1614. He married Hannah Chandler, daughter of Annis (?). Francis Dane died in 1696.

Ursula Heyrick

F, d. 1614
FatherJohn Eyrick or Heyrick b. 1513, d. 2 Apr 1589
MotherMarie 'Mary' Bond b. c 1514, d. 8 Dec 1611
Last Edited8 May 2004
     Ursula Heyrick died in 1614.

Agnes Heyrick

F
FatherJohn Eyrick or Heyrick b. 1513, d. 2 Apr 1589
MotherMarie 'Mary' Bond b. c 1514, d. 8 Dec 1611
Last Edited8 May 2004

Robert Heyrick

M, b. 1540
FatherJohn Eyrick or Heyrick b. 1513, d. 2 Apr 1589
MotherMarie 'Mary' Bond b. c 1514, d. 8 Dec 1611
Last Edited8 May 2004
     Robert Heyrick was born in 1540. He died.

Mary Heyrick

F
FatherJohn Eyrick or Heyrick b. 1513, d. 2 Apr 1589
MotherMarie 'Mary' Bond b. c 1514, d. 8 Dec 1611
Last Edited8 May 2004

Nicholas Heyrick

M
FatherJohn Eyrick or Heyrick b. 1513, d. 2 Apr 1589
MotherMarie 'Mary' Bond b. c 1514, d. 8 Dec 1611
Last Edited8 May 2004

Elizabeth Heyrick

F
FatherJohn Eyrick or Heyrick b. 1513, d. 2 Apr 1589
MotherMarie 'Mary' Bond b. c 1514, d. 8 Dec 1611
Last Edited8 May 2004

Helen Heyrick

F
FatherJohn Eyrick or Heyrick b. 1513, d. 2 Apr 1589
MotherMarie 'Mary' Bond b. c 1514, d. 8 Dec 1611
Last Edited8 May 2004

Thomas Heyrick

M
FatherJohn Eyrick or Heyrick b. 1513, d. 2 Apr 1589
MotherMarie 'Mary' Bond b. c 1514, d. 8 Dec 1611
Last Edited8 May 2004

Christiana Heyrick

F
FatherJohn Eyrick or Heyrick b. 1513, d. 2 Apr 1589
MotherMarie 'Mary' Bond b. c 1514, d. 8 Dec 1611
Last Edited8 May 2004

John Heyrick

M
FatherJohn Eyrick or Heyrick b. 1513, d. 2 Apr 1589
MotherMarie 'Mary' Bond b. c 1514, d. 8 Dec 1611
Last Edited8 May 2004

Alice Heyrick

F, b. 19 July 1564
FatherJohn Eyrick or Heyrick b. 1513, d. 2 Apr 1589
MotherMarie 'Mary' Bond b. c 1514, d. 8 Dec 1611
Last Edited8 May 2004
     Alice Heyrick was christened on 19 July 1564. She died.

Henry H. Hale

M, b. October 1851, d. 18 September 1913
FatherThomas Rodney Hale b. Nov 1824, d. 8 Nov 1905
MotherAnn Burns b. 1 Aug 1823, d. 18 May 1926
Last Edited27 Jan 2016
     Henry H. Hale was born in October 1851 at Ireland. He married Anna L. Maloney, daughter of Daniel Maloney and Mary O'Hear, on 29 October 1877 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont. Henry H. Hale died on 18 September 1913 at Franklin, Franklin, Vermont, at age 61. He was buried at Highgate, Franklin, Vermont.
     He was Farmer. He (Research):It has been previously noted that Henry Hale's parents were Henry Hale and Jane Doogan.I believe this was based on the 1860 & 1870 census, as a Henry was living in their household. Thiswas Henry E (and his marriage and death certificate were located in MA) These census do not listrelationships, so the assumption was made that he was a son. Henry's death certificate sates thathis parents are Thomas Hale and Anna Burns. It was verified by obituary that this is the properdeath certificate. Henry's marriage certificate to Anna Maloney also states his parents as Thomasand Anna

From Irish Famine Immigrants in the State of Vermont (pg 13)Many of the early Irish settlers in Highgate emmigrated from County Down and were of the generalvicinity of Kilkeel. He immigrated in 1864. He appeared on the census of 13 June 1900 at Franklin, Franklin, Vermont; Age 46, Born Dec 1853, Age 46, married 22 years, 1864 citizenship

Annie, wife, Sept 1858, age 41, 6 children born, 4 living, born in VT

Daniel T, son, May 1882, Age 18
William H, son, Jan 1885, Age 15
Anna M, daughter, Jul 1888, age 11
Thomas A, son, Oct 1893, Age 6. He appeared on the census of 26 April 1910 at Franklin, Franklin, Vermont; Age 58. Married 32 yrs. Farmer

Annie L. wife, Age 50
Thomas, son Age 16.

Family

Anna L. Maloney b. 28 Sep 1858, d. 5 Jul 1915
Marriage*He married Anna L. Maloney, daughter of Daniel Maloney and Mary O'Hear, on 29 October 1877 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont.
Children

Anna L. Maloney

F, b. 28 September 1858, d. 5 July 1915
FatherDaniel Maloney b. 11 May 1816, d. 5 Jul 1892
MotherMary O'Hear b. c 1820, d. 28 Jun 1883
Last Edited30 Jan 2016
     Anna L. Maloney was born on 28 September 1858 at Highgate, Franklin, Vermont. She married Henry H. Hale, son of Thomas Rodney Hale and Ann Burns, on 29 October 1877 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont. Anna L. Maloney died on 5 July 1915 at Hardwick, Caledonia, Vermont, at age 56. She was buried at Highgate, Franklin, Vermont.
     She (Research):There is a ANN listed as Age 5 in the 1850 census

Mrs. E.C. Hull visted her sisters Mrs Henry Hale and Mrs M. Otis. Her married name was Hale. She appeared on the census of 1 August 1860 at Franklin, Franklin, Vermont; Age 3.

Family

Henry H. Hale b. Oct 1851, d. 18 Sep 1913
Marriage*She married Henry H. Hale, son of Thomas Rodney Hale and Ann Burns, on 29 October 1877 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont.
Children

Samuel Hale

M, b. January 1824, d. 8 January 1901
FatherRichard Hale
Last Edited27 Jan 2016
     Samuel Hale was born in January 1824 at Ireland. He married Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Woods, daughter of John Wood, in 1861. Samuel Hale died on 8 January 1901 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont. He was buried at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont. His estate was probated in May 1901 at Vermont; Elizabeth Hale appointed Administratrix.
     He was Farmer. He appeared on the census of June 1870 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont; Samuel: age 42
Elizabeth: age 35
Joseph: age 8
John: age 5
Eliz D: age 4
nellie: age 2
Mary: age 1
Amm: age 2/12. He appeared on the census of 8 June 1870 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont; Age 42
Farmer
Value of Real Estate: 3300
Value of Personal Estate: 900

Elizth, Age 35
Joseph, Age 8
John, Age 5
Eliza, Age 4
Nellie, Age 2
Mary, Age 1
Ann, Age 2/12

Lives Next door to: (Brother??). He appeared on the census of June 1900 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont; Samuel: age 76
Elizabeth: age 65 (wife)
William: age 25 (son)
Mabel: age 13 (daughter). He appeared on the census of 8 June 1900 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont; Age 76, Married 37 years, Farmer

Elizabeth, wife, age 65, 18 children, 11 living
William, son, age 25
Mabel, daughter, age 13.

Family

Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Woods b. Mar 1835, d. 21 Jun 1911
Marriage*He married Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Woods, daughter of John Wood, in 1861.
Children

Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Woods

F, b. March 1835, d. 21 June 1911
FatherJohn Wood
Last Edited27 Jan 2016
     Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Woods was born in March 1835 at Ireland. She married Samuel Hale, son of Richard Hale, in 1861. Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Woods died on 21 June 1911 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont, at age 76. She was buried at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont.
     Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Woods was also known as Elizabeth Woods. Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Woods also went by the name of Lizzie. Her married name was Hale. She appeared on the census of 8 June 1870 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont; Age 35. She immigrated in 1872. She appeared on the census of 25 April 1910 at Fairfield, Franklin, Vermont; Elizabeth, head, Age 73, Widow

Mrs Mabel Hale, Daughter, age 24
William S Hale, Brother-in-law, age 83.

Family

Samuel Hale b. Jan 1824, d. 8 Jan 1901
Marriage*She married Samuel Hale, son of Richard Hale, in 1861.
Children

Glenna May Hale

F, b. 11 February 1906, d. 5 January 1949
FatherDaniel Thomas Hale b. 25 May 1882, d. 26 Jun 1953
MotherFannie Elizabeth Hale b. 2 Jul 1881, d. 26 Jun 1921
Last Edited28 Dec 2013
     Glenna May Hale was born on 11 February 1906 at Franklin, Franklin, Vermont. She married Glenn E Utton on 16 August 1924 at Vermont. Glenna May Hale died on 5 January 1949 at Hardwick, Caledonia, Vermont, at age 42.
     Her married name was Utton. She appeared on the census of 15 April 1930 at Marshfield, Washington, Vermont; Utton
Glenn E, Head, age 34
Glenna M, wife, age 24
Marjorie J, SisterInLaw, age 9. She appeared on the census of 4 April 1940 at Danville, Caledonia, Vermont; Utton
Glen, head, age 43
Glenna, wife, age 34
Holder, Stanley, lodger, age 20.

Family

Glenn E Utton b. c 1898

Walter James 'Pat' Hale

M, b. 19 October 1911, d. 20 September 1966
FatherDaniel Thomas Hale b. 25 May 1882, d. 26 Jun 1953
MotherFannie Elizabeth Hale b. 2 Jul 1881, d. 26 Jun 1921
Last Edited21 Nov 2014
     Walter James 'Pat' Hale was born on 19 October 1911 at Sheldon, Franklin, Vermont. He died on 20 September 1966 at Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, at age 54.
     Walter James 'Pat' Hale also went by the name of Pat. He appeared on the census of 1940 at Wolcott, Lamoille, Vermont; Hale, Walter J, Head, age 27
Louva G, wife, age 27
Patricia A, Daughter, age 6
Walter G, son, age 5
Howard H, son, age 4
Kenneth L, son, age 2
Glendon G, son, age 1
Maralyn J, daughter, age 3/12.

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Children

Abiel Shurtleff

M, b. 11 March 1732, d. 6 January 1826
FatherDavid Shurtleff b. 1 Jun 1703, d. 4 Apr 1784
MotherBethiah Lucas b. 29 May 1704, d. 26 Jul 1762
Last Edited24 Jan 2016
     Abiel Shurtleff was born on 11 March 1732 at Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts. He married Mary or Polly Lebaron, daughter of James LeBaron and Martha Benson, on 4 January 1756 at Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts. Abiel Shurtleff died on 6 January 1826 at Carver, Plymouth, Massachusetts, at age 93. He was buried at South Carver, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
     Abiel Shurtleff was also known as Abyal Shurtleff.

Family

Mary or Polly Lebaron b. 9 Aug 1737, d. 12 May 1816
Children

Mary or Polly Lebaron

F, b. 9 August 1737, d. 12 May 1816
FatherJames LeBaron b. 23 Mar 1696, d. 10 May 1744
MotherMartha Benson b. 5 Mar 1703
Last Edited24 Jan 2016
     Mary or Polly Lebaron was born on 9 August 1737 at Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts. She married Abiel Shurtleff, son of David Shurtleff and Bethiah Lucas, on 4 January 1756 at Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts. Mary or Polly Lebaron died on 12 May 1816 at Carver, Plymouth, Massachusetts, at age 78. She was buried at South Carver, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
     Her married name was Shurtleff.

Family

Abiel Shurtleff b. 11 Mar 1732, d. 6 Jan 1826
Children

David Shurtleff

M, b. 1 June 1703, d. 4 April 1784
FatherAbiel Shurtleff b. 23 Jun 1666, d. 28 Oct 1732
MotherLydia Barnes b. 4 Jul 1674, d. 10 Sep 1727
Last Edited2 Aug 2007
     David Shurtleff was born on 1 June 1703 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts. He married Bethiah Lucas, daughter of Benoni Lucas and Repentance Harlow, on 14 October 1731 at Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts. David Shurtleff died on 4 April 1784 at Carver, Plymouth, Massachusetts, at age 80.
     He was Farmer. He (Research):Old Families of SE Mass states that there was another son, David 'and perhaps others.'

Family

Bethiah Lucas b. 29 May 1704, d. 26 Jul 1762
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