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Anthony William Sprague was born 2 September 1635 in Charlestown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts to William Sprague (1609-1675) and Millicent Eames (1615-1696) and died 3 September 1719 in Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. He married Elizabeth Bartlett (1643-1713) 26 December 1661 in Hingham, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.



Children


Offspring of Anthony William Sprague and Elizabeth Bartlett (1643-1713)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Anthony Sprague (1663-1729)
Benjamin Sprague (1665-1690)
John Sprague (1667-1690)
Elizabeth Sprague (1669-1690)
Samuel Sprague (1671-1723)
Sarah Sprague (1674-1751)
James Sprague (1677-1743)
Josiah Sprague (1680-1760)
Jeremiah Sprague (1682-1759) 24 July 1682 Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 5 March 1759 Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Priscilla Knight (1686-1775)

Richard Sprague (1685-1753)
Matthew Sprague (1688-1783)

Siblings


Offspring of William Sprague and Millicent Eames (1615-1696)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Anthony William Sprague (1635-1719) 2 September 1635 Charlestown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 3 September 1719 Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Elizabeth Bartlett (1643-1713)

John Sprague (1638-1683) 5 April 1638 Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 26 October 1683 Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Elizabeth Holbrook (1624-1699)

Elizabeth Sprague (1641-1647)
Persis Sprague (1643-1684)
Joanna Sprague (1644-1678) 16 December 1644 HIngham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 11 July 1678 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Caleb Church (1646-1722)

Jonathan Sprague (1648-1741) 28 May 1648 HIngham, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 10 September 1741 Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island Mehitable Holbrook (1649-1710)

William Sprague (1650-1723)
Mary Sprague (1652-1669)
Hannah Sprague (1654-1658)
Samuel Sprague (1640-1709) 24 May 1640 HIngham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 1710 Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Sarah Chillingsworth (1642-1725)

References

The home of Anthony and Elizabeth was burned by the Indians on April 19, 1676. This was during the second year of King Phillip's War, during which 13 towns were burned and over 600 colonists lost their lives. As found in the Burch Book page 251

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