This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...children, all of his first union, and the baptismal record of the three who accompanied him from England has been found in the ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...children, all of his first union, and the baptismal record of the three who accompanied him from England has been found in the parish of Barkham: I. Mary, baptised December 19. 1645; married. Xovembcr 5, 1666, James Tisdale, of Taunton, and resided in that part of Middleboro which is now Lakeville, where she died September 9, 1713. The death of her husband occurred January 15, 1715, aged seventy-one. They had one daughter, Mercy, born May 3, 1676. 2. William, baptised October 27, 1047. 3. Robert, see next paragraph. 4. Jonathan, born in Dedham, May 26, 1653. 5. Rachel, born in Dedham, September 20, 1657. 6. Hannah, born in Dedham, September 27, 1660. 7. Ebenezer, born in Dedham, November 24, 1663; died prior to 1683. (III) Ensign Robert, son of Dr. William Avery, was born in Barkham, and baptised there December 7, 1649. He was a blacksmith, residing in Dedham, and died there October 3, 1722. When twenty-seven years old he married Elizabeth, daughter of Job and Sarah Lane, of Maiden, the former of whom was a man of prominence and a representative to the general court. Children of Ensign Robert and Elizabeth (Lane) Avery: I. Elizabeth, born December 21. 1677. 2. Rachel, born 1679. 3. Robert, born 1681, accidentally killed by a falling tree, August 21, 1723. 4. John; see next paragraph. 5. Jonathan, born January 20, 1694-95. 6. Abigail, born May 8, 1099. Mrs. Elizabeth Avery died in 1746, leaving beside five of her children, thirty grandchildren, fifty-two great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. (IV) Rev. John, son of Ensign Robert Avery, was born in Dedham, February 4, 1685-86. He was graduated from Harvard in 1706. entered the ministry, and about 1708 became pastor of the first church established in Truro, Massachusetts. He not...
Good. This is volume 3 only. Bound in brown half leather. About a third of the leather is chipped away at the top and edges of the front joint. The front cover is starting to loosen, the still attached. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. With numerous photographic portraits illustrations.
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