Most of the first families of Massachusetts came over wither on the Mayflower in 1620 or with the Winthrop Fleet in 1630. See Category: First families of Massachusetts. This list is not to be confused with the Boston Brahmins, which a list of the first families that rose to prominence in the Massachusetts area. This is a list of all the first families of Massachusetts.

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Abbott family[edit | edit source]

Adams family[edit | edit source]

  • Henry Adams was born in 1583 in Barton St. David, Somerset, England and died in 1646 in Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. He immigrated from Braintree, England to what soon became after his arrival, Braintree Massachusetts. He was a prosperous farmer in the New World. He married Edith Rosamund Squire on 19 Oct 1609 in Charlton Mackrell, Somerset, England and had ten children. All of their children immigrated with them to Massachusetts. 
  • Lt. Henry Adams, Jr. (1609--1676), immigrant from England, killed in King Philip's War during Indian raid on Medfield, MA
  • Joseph Adams (1626-1694), an original proprietor of Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts
  • Gov. Samuel Adams (1722-1803), Founding Father of United States of America, Massachusetts House of Representatives (1766-1774), Delegate from Massachusetts to the Continental Congress (1774-1781), President of the Massachusetts Senate (1782-1785, 1787-1788), 3rd Lt. Gov. of Massachusetts (1789-1794), 4th Governor of Massachusetts (1794-1797)
  • President John Adams (1735-1826) , 2nd President of the United States of America (1797-1801) 1st Vice President of the United States of America (1789-1797), United States Ambassador to Great Britain (1785-1788), United States Ambassador to the Netherlands (1782-1788), Delegate from Massachusetts to the Second Continental Congress (1775-1778), Delegate from Massachusetts to the First Continental Congress (1774-1774)
  • Capt. Peter Boylston Adams (1738-1823), farmer, Captain of the Braintree Militia Company
  • Capt. Elihu Adams (1741-1776), Captain of the Braintree Militia Company at the Siege of Boston, minute man who fought at the Lexington Battle Green in 1775.
  • Hannah Adams (1755-1831), theologian, first female author in America
  • Charles Adams (1770-1800), New York lawyer
  • President John Quincy Adams (1767-1848), 6th President of the United States of America (1825-1829), 8th United States Secretary of State (1817-1825), Member of the United States House of Representatives for Massachusetts
  • Judge Thomas Boylston Adams (1772-1832), Massachusetts legislator and judge
  • Hon. George Washington Adams (1801-1829), Member of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1826, named after President George Washington
  • John Adams II (1803-1834), private secretary to his father, President John Quincy Adams (1767-1848), attended Harvard but was expelled for participating in a rebellion
  • Hon. Charles Francis Adams (1807-1886), served in the Massachusetts State Senate, Lincoln's foreign minister to Great Britain, Biographer to his father, President John Quincy Adams (1767-1848)
  • Hon. John Quincy Adams II (1833-1894), elected to the Massachusetts State Legislature in 1866 as a Republican, but soon switched to a Democrat, nominated for Governor of Massachusetts in 1868, 1869 and 1687, but was never confirmed
  • Brig. Gen. Charles Francis Adams, Jr. (1835-1915), Colonel in the Union during the American Civil War
  • Hon. Henry Brooks Adams (1838-1918), journalist, historian, Secretary to his father, Charles Francis Adams, Ambassador to London under President Abraham Lincoln, author of the History of the United States During the Administrations of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, his memoirs were posthumously published The Education of Henry Adams which won a Pulitzer Prize and went to be named by the Modern Library as the top English-language nonfiction book of the 20th century
  • George Caspar Adams (1863-1900), one of the first football coaches at Harvard
  • Hon. Charles Francis Adams III (1866-1954), Secretary of Navy (1929-1933), Mayor of Quincy, Massachusetts (1896-1897)
  • Commander Charles Francis Adams IV (1910-1999), ensign in the Naval Reserve on 23 Jun 1932, promoted to lieutenant (junior grade) on 23 Jun 1937. Served on active duty during World War II, promoted to the rand of lieutenant commander on 1 May 1943 and to commander on 1 Mar 194, took command of the destroyer escort USS William Seiverling when she was commissioned on 1 Jun 1944, served in the Pacific Theater and supported and participated in the liberation of the Philipines, 1st President of the Raytheon Company (1948-1960) again in (1962-1964, he served as Chairman between 1960 and 1962 and again from 1964-1972.
  • Thomas Boylston Adams (1910-1997), President of the Massachusetts Historical Society (1957-1975), Treasurer of the American Academy of Arts and Science (1955-1990), a trustee of the Adams family papers which was a collections of 300,000 pages of pages of diaries, letters and other writings from four generations of his family, ran as a peace candidate for the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate against former Gov. Endicott Peabody and Hon. Mayor John F. Collins of Boston
  • Peter Chardon Brooks Adams (1848-1927), historian, scientist, he predicted that America's Economic Supremacy (1900) that New York would become the center of world trade

Appleton family[edit | edit source]

Apthorp family[edit | edit source]

Amory family[edit | edit source]

Bacon family[edit | edit source]

Bates family[edit | edit source]

Belknap family[edit | edit source]

  • Rev. Jeremy Belknap (1744-1798), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts Bay and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA, he was educated at the Boston Latin School and the graduated from Harvard in 1762, served as Secretary to the convention of New Hampshire minister (1769-1789), in 1772 he began writing his first volume on the History of New Hampshire and was completed in 1792, he co founded the Massachusetts Historical Society and was called America's best native historian by Alexis, Count de Tocqueville (1805-1859)

Boardman family[edit | edit source]

Boylston family[edit | edit source]

Bradford family[edit | edit source]

Bradlee family[edit | edit source]

  • Nathan Bradley (1631-1701), Sexton of Dorchester, first Bradley born in America
  • Nathan Bradley, Jr. (1674-1750), born and early settler of Dorchester, Boston
  • Samuel Bradlee (1707-1768), Constable of Dorchester, fisherman by trade
  • Lt. Col. Samuel Bradlee III (-1798), Constable of Boston, Second Lieutenant and adjutant of a artillery company (1787-1788), Captain of the same artillery company (15 Oct 1791-10 Oct 1797), chosen Lt. Col. of the Boston Regiment 10 Oct 1797, Commander of the 1st Regiment of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, wine merchant in Boston, Freemason of the Massachusetts Grand Lodge
  • Joseph Putnam Bradlee (1783-1838), an original member of the Boston Horticultural Society in 1829, chosen to be on a committee of twenty men "to report on a general plan of proceeding," and to raise the requisite money to purchase land for his object." Joseph raised most of the money, he was head of his father's whaling firm, Josiah Bradlee & Co., he lived at Franklin Place in Boston
  • Capt. Josiah Putnam Bradlee, Jr. (1817-1887), President of the Board of Public Institutions of Boston, involved in city Boston politics
  • Sarah Bradlee (1740-1835), "Mother of the Boston Tea Party"
  • Capt. David Bradlee (1742-1811), Boston Tea Party participant Captain in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, Freemason at St. Andrews Lodge in 1777 in Boston
  • Thomas Bradlee (1744-1805), Boston Tea Party participant, Freemason at St. Andrew's Lodge in Boston, Member of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Association
  • Nathaniel Bradlee (1746-1813), Boston Tea Party participant, Member of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, built a house on Hollis Street in Cambridge in 1771
  • Pvt. Josiah Bradlee I (1754-1798) Boston Tea Party participant served as a Private in the American Revolutionary War m. Hannah Putnam (1758-1793), daughter of Joseph Putnam (1714-1788) and Sarah Urann (1716-bef1765), Joseph son of Capt. Bartholomew Putnam (1688-1723) and Mary Putnam (1691-), daughter of Joseph Putnam (1669-1725) and Elizabeth Porter (1673-1746), two of their sons were Col. David Putnam (1707-1768), served in the American Revolutionary War and Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam (1718-1790), Maj. Gen. in the American Revolutionary War under Gen. George Washington.
  • Josiah Bradlee, Jr. (1778-1860), Founder of the whaling firm Josiah Bradlee and Co., owned a whaling ship called "Spermo," George Arthur Simmons, Esq (-) was the agent for Josiah Bradlee which George sold whale oils and candles to Josiah, merchant prince with a net worth of $40,000
  • Frederic Hall Bradlee (1807-1886), merchant prince, became a millionaire in 1851
  • James Bowdoin Bradlee I (1813-1872), merchant prince, his net worth was $522,000 in 1835, worked for his his father's whaling firm, Josiah Bradlee & Co., real-estate merchant
  • Josiah Bradlee III (1837-1902), graduated from Harvard in 1858, merchant, President of Somerset Club
  • Frederick Wainwright Bradlee (1839-1928), graduated from Harvard, worked in the firm of J.P. Hawes & Co.
  • Frederick Josiah Bradlee I (1866-1951), President of the Somerset Club, merchant, graduated from Harvard in 1858
  • James Bowdoin Bradlee II (1873-1962), worked as a volunteer investigator for the U.S. Department of Justice
  • Francis Boardman Crowninshield Bradlee (1881-1928), noted marine and railroad historian
  • Frederick Josiah Bradlee, Jr. (1892-1970), Treasurer of Dexter School, the New England Peabody Home for Crippled Children, the Society for Preservation of New England Antiquities, the Gora Place Society and the Somerset Club, named Chairman of the Massachusetts Parole Board by Gov. Christian A. Herter and then resigned in 1957
  • Sargent Bradlee (1898-1987), graduated from St. Mark's School, real estate broker at Sleeper & Dunlop for 20 years
  • Malcolm Bradlee (1900-1960), enlisted in the military on 14 Oct 1918, started as a partner of the firm of J. Murray Howe & Bradlee, became Vice President of the real estate firm of J. Murray Howe & Bradlee
  • Frederick Josiah Bradlee III (1919-2003), novelist, actor on Broadway
  • Chevalier Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee (1921-2014), served in World War II on a destroyer, publisher of the Pentagon Papers, Editor-in-chief of the Washington Post during the Watergate Scandal, Vice President-at-large of the Washington Post, his mother was Chevaliere Josephine de Gersdorff (1896-1975) who received the Legion d'honnuer for creating an orphanage to help protect the children of Germany and France during World War II
  • Constance Bradlee (1923-1993), first Fashion Editor for Vogue Magazines junior department, Secretary for Vogue Magazine, Volunteer of the Red Cross during World War II
  • Douglas Hamilton Thomas Bradlee (1928-1951), killed in action while fighting in the Korean War

Bradstreet family[edit | edit source]

  • Gov. Simon Bradstreet (1604-1697), he was born in Horbling, Lincolnshire, England and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he married to Anne Dudley (1612-1672)
  • Samuel Bradstreet (1633-1682), he was born in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts and died in Jamaica, West Indies, he married Mercy Tyng (1643-1670)
  • Col. Hon. Dudley Bradstreet (1647-1706), Justice of the Peace of Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts during the Salem Witch Trials, Colonel of the local militia, a Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, he was in the Massachusetts Governor's Council (1698-1702) the was born in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts and died in Essex County, Massachusetts, he married Ann Wood (1650-1707)
  • John Bradstreet (1652-1697), he was accused of being a witch during the Salem Witch Trials by one of the girls while he was walking in the streets, because a dog was barking at him and but he fled to New York and then came back after the trials were over

Brattle family[edit | edit source]

  • Maj. Gen. Hon. William Brattle (1706-1776), graduated from Harvard at the top of his class in 1722, Attorney General of the Province of Massachusetts Bay (1736-1738, 1739 and 1745), physician, Major General for the Massachusetts Bay militia in 1771, Selectman of Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts for 14 years (1729, 1731-1733, 1748-1757, 1766-1772), Major General of the Royal Militia during the American Revolutionary War, he was "the wealthiest man in Massachusetts," but was buried in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Brewster family[edit | edit source]

Brinley family[edit | edit source]

  • Col. Francis Brinely (1690-1765), born in England but immigrated to Rhode Island and settled in Boston, Colonel in the Anient & Honorable Artillery Company, merchant, landowner and one of the richest people in Boston of the 18th century

Bulfinch family[edit | edit source]

  • Dr. Thomas Bulfinch II (1728-1802), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts Bay and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA, he married to Susanna Apthorp (1734-1814), she was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts Bay and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Charles Bulfinch (1763-1844), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts Bay and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA, he was the architect of the Capital building in Washington, DC, he married to his couisn, Hannah Apthorp (1767-1851), she was born in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay

Bulkley family[edit | edit source]

  • Rev. Peter Bulkley (1583-1659), he was born in Odell, Bedfordshire, England and died in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he was the Founder of Concord, Massachusetts, he married Jane Allen (1587-1626)
  • Rev. Edward Bulkeley (1614-1696), he was born in Odell, Bedfordshire, England and died in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, he graduated from Harvard Divinity School and ordained hat Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1642, he succeeded his father in the ministry (1659-1696), served in King Philip's War of 1675, he married to Lucian Lenton (1616-1679), she was born in Bedfordshire, England and died in Massachusetts
  • Elizabeth Bulkeley (1637-1693), she died in Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, she married to Joseph Emerson (1620-1680), he was born in Hertfordshire, England and died in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Peter Bulkeley II (1647-1688), he was born in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, he married to Rebecca Wheeler (1645-1717), she was born in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
  • Rebecca Bulkeley (1681-1718), she was born in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, she married to Jonathan Prescott (1677-1729), he was born in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony an died in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Burroughs family[edit | edit source]

  • Rev. George Burroughs (1650-1692), he was born in Scituate, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony for falser being accused of witch craft during the Salem Witch Trials, graduated from Harvard College in 1670, he married firstly to Hannah Fisher (1652-1681), she was born in Dedham, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he married secondly to Sarah Ruck (1656-1689), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died Cumberland County, Maine, he married thirdly to Mary Rogers (1668-), she was born in Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Rebecca Burroughs (1673-1742)
  • Elizabeth Burrroughs (1681-1719), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died before 1719

Cabot family[edit | edit source]

  • John Cabot (1669-1742), he was born in Saint Helier, Jersey, Bailiwick of Jersey, Channel Island and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he married Anna Orne (1678-), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts and died in Massachusetts
  • Francis Cabot (1717-1786), he was born and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he married Mary Fitch (1724-1756), she was born in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts
  • Hon. George Cabot (1752-1823), entered Harvard in 1766, United States Senator from Massachusetts
  • Samuel Cabot (1784-1863), businessman in the early nineteenth century China Trade
  • Eliza Lee Cabot (1787-1860), writer, editor and abolitionist
  • Samuel Cabot (1815-1885), graduated from Harvard in 1836, graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1839 physician, surgeon and ornithologist
  • Godfrey Lowell Cabot (1861-1962), industrialist who founded the Cabot Corporation
  • Thomas Dudley Cabot (1897-1995), graduated cum laude from Harvard with an SB in Engineering in 1919, became a flight instructor during World War I at Kelly Field in the U.S. Army Signal Corps, became U.S. Department of State's Director of Office of International Security Affairs
  • Hon. John Moors Cabot (1901-1981), graduated from Harvard in 1923 then graduated from Oxford University, United States Ambassador to Poland (2 Mar 1962-24 Sep 1964), United States Ambassador to Brazil (22 July 1959-17 Aug 1961), United States Ambassador to Colombia (12 Jul 1957-15 Jul 1959), United States Ambassador to Sweden (6 May 1954-14 Mar 1957), Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs (3 Mar 1953-1 Mar 1954), United States Ambassador to Finland (27 Feb 1950-20 Sep 1952)
  • Hon. Charles Codman Cabot (1900-1976), Judge of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts

Campbell family[edit | edit source]

  • William Campbell (1654-1707), he was born in Leith, Midloathian, Scotland and died in Dover, Strafford County, New Hampshire, he married Frances Drummond (1631-1726) who was born and died in New Jersey
  • James Campbell (1678-1731), he was born in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey and died in Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey, he married Sarah Runyon (1686-1736), she was born and in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey
  • Robert Campbell (1708-1795), he was born and died in Townsend, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, he married Elizabeth McDonnel (1717-1796), she was born and died in Townsend, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
  • Mary Campbell (1744-1799), she was born in Townsend, Middlesex County, Massachusetts and died in Peterborough, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, she married John Gordon (c1729-1798)

Chapman family[edit | edit source]

  • Nathan Chapman (-), he married Elizabeth Simonds (-)
  • John Chapman (1774-1845), aka Johnny Appleseed was a Missionary and gardener who introduced apple trees to large parts of Pennsylvania, Ontario, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois

Chauncy family[edit | edit source]

  • Charles Chauncy (1592-1672), he was born in Ardeley, then known as Yardley, Hertfordshire, England and died in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he was President of Harvard (1654-1672), he immigrated to America in 1637, educated at Westminster School in London, England and then at Trinity College at Cambridge University

Choate family[edit | edit source]

  • Hon. Rufus Choate, Esq. (1799-1859), United States Senator from Massachusetts (23 Feb 1841-4 Mar 1845), Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (4 Mar 1831-30 Jun 1834), 10th Massachusetts Attorney General (1853-1854), Member of the Massachusetts Senate (1827), Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives (1825-1826)
  • Dr. George Cheyne Shattuck Choate (1827-1896), physician and founder of the Choate House, a psychiatric sanitarium
  • Hon. William Gardner Choate, Esq. (1830-1920), graduated from Harvard in 1852 and received his Bachelor of Laws from Harvard in 1854, Judge of the United States District Court of the Southern District of New York, nominated by President Rutherford B. Hayes on 14 May 1878 and confirmed by the United States Senate on 25 Mar 1878, founder of Choate School for Boys
  • Hon. Joseph Hodges Choate, Esq. (1832-1917), United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom, United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • Sarah Choate (1858-1935), she was a photographer, married to Joshua Montgomery Sears (-)
  • Elizabeth Choate (1896-1965), author and mostly wrote children's books
  • Nathaniel Choate (1899-1965), painter, sculptor and served as Vice President of the National Scupture Society
  • Robert B. Choate, Jr. (1924-2009), businessman, political activist, married to a Dutchman, Nicholas John Spykman (1893-1943), his middle name is pronounced "Speak-man."

Clarke family[edit | edit source]

Codman[edit | edit source]

Coffin family[edit | edit source]

Cooke family[edit | edit source]

  • Francis Cooke (c1583-1663), he was born in England and died in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he immigrated on the ship Mayflower in 1620, he married Hester Mahieu (1582-1666), she was born in Canterbury, Kent, England and died in Plymouth Colony, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Jane Cooke (1604-1666), he was born in Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands and died in Bridgwater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he immigrated on the Mayflower in 1620 with his father
  • John Cooke (1607-1695), he was born in Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands and died in Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, he immigrated on the Mayflower when he was 13 years old with his father and sister, Jane, he married Sarah Warren (c1613-1696), she was born in England and died in Massachusetts
  • Jacob Cooke (1618-1675), he was born in Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherland and died in Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, he married Damaris Hopkins (1628-1669), she was born in Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Hester Cooke (1620-), she was born in England and immigrated in the ship Ann in 1623 in Plymouth Colony, she married John Thompson (-)
  • Mary Cooke (1625-1714), she was born in Plymouth, she married Richard Wright (-)

Coolidge family[edit | edit source]

  • Hon. Thomas Jefferson Coolidge (1831-1920), United States Minister to France (1831-1920)
  • Brig. Gen. Charles Austin Coolidge, Jr. (1844-1926), soldier in the American Civil War; Indian War, fought in the Battle of Nez Perc War, Battle of the Big Hole; Spanish-American War, fought in the Battle of Ely Caney and the Siege of Santiago; Philippine American War, fought in the Battle of Sapote River; and served in the China Relief Expedition
  • Hon. John Gardner Coolidge (1863-1936), graduated from Harvard University in 1884, United Sates Minister to Nicaragua (5 Jun 1908-21 Nov 1908)
  • Prof. Archibald Cary Coolidge (1866-1928), graduated summa cum laude in history from Harvard, attended the University of Berlin, the Ecole des Sciences Politiques in Paris and earned a Ph.D. from he University of Freiburg in Germany, diplomat
  • John Coolidge (1906-2000), son of President Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933) and Grace Anna Goodhue (1879-1957)

Cooper family[edit | edit source]

Copley family[edit | edit source]

Cotton family[edit | edit source]

  • Rev. John Cotton (1585-1652), immigrated from England to Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony minister, theologian, scholar, in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, studied for five years at Trinity College at Cambridge University in England, and other nine years at Emmanuel College also at Cambridge University in England, he established a relationship with Rev. Roger Willams (1603-1683)

Crowninshield family[edit | edit source]

  • Dr. Johann Casper Richter von Kronenscheldt (bef1661-1711), immigrant from Germany to Boston, settled in Salem, married his patient Elizabeth Allen (1672-1711) who was accused of witch craft during the Salem Witch Trails
  • Capt. John Crowninshield (1696-1776), shipping captain
  • Capt. Clifford Crowninshield (1699-1776), shipping captain, co-owned the "Minerva," the first Salem ship to circumnavigate the globe with Capt. Nathaniel West (-), Capt. Crowninshield lived in a Federal style mansion on Salem Common
  • Capt. Richard Crowninshield (1708-1744), shipping captain
  • Capt. John Crowninshield, Jr. (1728-1766), shipping captain
  • Capt. Jacob Crowninshield (1732-1815), shipping captain
  • Capt. George Crowninshield (1734-1815), shipping captain, Founder of the shipping firm George Crowninshield & Sons m. Mary Derby (1737-1813), daughter of Capt. Hon. Richard Derby, Jr. (1712-1783) and Mary Hodges (1713-1770) who's son was Elias Hasket "King" Derby (1739-1799), first millionaire in America, "Father of the East India Trading Company"
  • Capt. George Crowninshield, Jr. (1766-1817), shipping captain, designer and financier of the Jefferson, the yacht built in America and Cleopatra's Barge, the first ocean-going yacht in America
  • Rear Admiral Hon. Jacob Crowninshield (1770-1808), shipping captain, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 2nd district, he held the rank of a Real Admiral, but that rank did not exist at that time
  • Capt. Hon. Benjamin Williams Crowninshield (1772-1851), shipping captain, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 2nd district, (4 Mar 1823-3 Mar 1831), 5th United States of Secretary of the Navy (16 Jan 1815-30 Sep 1818)
  • Capt. Richard Crowninshield (1774-1844), shipping captain
  • Col. Hon. Francis Boardman Crowninshield, Esq. (1809-1877), admitted to the Middlesex Bar in 1832, Representatives of the Massachusetts Legislature in 1846, elected Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1st President of the Somerset Club in 1853, President of the Boston, Lowell, and Nashua Railroad (1855-1877), member of the Massachusetts Human Society, member of the Evening Club, member of the Law Club, elected Delagate to the Peace Convention in Baltimore, Maryland in 1860, Fellow at Harvard (1861-1877), during the Ciliv War he purchased arms in London on behalf of the Union Army companies from Ohio, Maine and Massachusetts, Colonel of the 2nd Corps of Cadets of Salem, fought with Troop K of Col. Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders, Director of the Suffolk Bank, Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, Treasurer of the Merrimac Manufacturing Company, for sometime he was partner with Hon. Rufus Choate
  • Brvt. Col. Benjamin Williams Crowninshield II (1837-1892), an officer in the American Civil War, aid de camp to Gen. Philip Sheridan
  • Brvt. Brig. Gen. Casper Crowninshield (1837-1897), Commander of the 2nd Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, Reserve Bde, 1st, Div. Calvarly Corps, Army of the Shenandoah, 1st Div. Cavalry Corps, Army of the Shenandoah during the Civil War, his roommate at Harvard was Col. Robert Gould Shaw (1837-1863)
  • RDML Arent Schuyler Crowninshield (1843-1908), served in the American Civil War and the Spanish-American War, commands held were the battle ships the Portsmouth, the St. Mary's, the Kearsarge and the famous battleship Maine, during the Civil War he fought in the assault on Fort Fisher while serving on the steam sloop Ticonderoga
  • Frederic Crowninshield (1845-1918), graduated from Harvard in 1866, water colorist and stained glass mural painter, teacher at the Museum of Fine Arts School of Drawing and Painting, first President of the National Society of Mural Painters (1895-1899), Director of the American Academy in Rome (1900-1909)
  • Bowdoin Bradlee Crowninshield (1867-1948), naval architect, born in New York but raised and died in Massachusetts
  • Francis Welch Crowninshield (1872-1947), Editor and creator of Vanity Fair Magazine

Cushing family[edit | edit source]

  • John Perkins Cushing (1787-1862), "merchant prince," China trade merchant, head of the shipping firm Perkins & Company
  • Hon. Caleb Cushing, Esq. (1800-1879), he entered Harvard at the age of 13 years old and graduated in 1817, United States Minister to Spain (30 May 1874-9 Apr 1877), 23rd United States Attorney General (7 Mar 1853-4 Mar 1857), United States Minister to China (4 Mar 1835-27 Aug 1844), Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 3rd district (4 Mar 1835-4 Mar 18

Damon family[edit | edit source]

Dana family[edit | edit source]

Danforth family[edit | edit source]

  • Hon. Thomas Danforth (1623-1699), he was born in Framlingham, Suffolk, England and died in the Province of Massachusetts Bay, in 1643 he was admitted a freeman of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Treasurer of Harvard College in 1650, Stewart of Harvard College (1669-1682), from 1659 he sat on the colony's council of assistants, elected Deputy Governor in 1679, he was Deputy Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (1679-1686), in 1680 he was chosen President in the District of Maine by the Massachusetts assembly, he was a proprietor of 15,000 acres which is now known as Framingham, Massachusetts

Delano family[edit | edit source]

Derby family[edit | edit source]

Devereux family[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. James Devereu (1766-1846), he was born in Wexford, Ireland, captained the ship "Franklin," when it became the first American ship to trade with Japan in Nagasaki, he married to Sarah Crowninshield (-)

Dudley family[edit | edit source]

Dwight family[edit | edit source]

  • Col. Timothy Dwight (1694-1771)
  • Gen. Joseph Dwight (1703-1765), graduated from Harvard in 1722, judge, became the first member of the Worcester County Bar, eleven times a member of the Massachusetts Colonial Council between 1731 and 1751, Speaker of the Massachusetts Colonial Council (1748-1749), became a Colonel of the militia during the same time, promoted to brigadier genera on 20 Feb 1745 and was second in command at the attack on Louisburg, in 1756 he commanded a brigade of Massachusetts militia at Lake Champlain during the French and Indian War
  • Maj. Timothy Dwight (1726-1777), graduated from Yale in 1774
  • Rev. Timothy Dwight IV (1752-1817), graduated from Yale when he was only 17 years old in 1769, 8th President of Yale University

Eliot family[edit | edit source]

  • Samuel Elliot (1739-1820), President of the Massachusetts Bank
  • Hon. Samuel Atkins Eliot (1798-1862), Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 1st district (22 Aug 1850-3 Mar 1851), Member of the Massachusetts Senate (1843-1837), Member of the Massachusetts's House of Representatives (1834-1837), 7th Mayor of Boston, Massachusetts (1837-1839)
  • Rev. William Greenleaf Eliot (1811-1887), graduated from George Washington University in 1831 when it was Columbian College, graduated from Harvard Divinity School in 1834, founder of Washington University in St. Louis, Chancellor of Washington University in St. Louis (1870-1887)
  • Charles William Eliot (1834-1926), 21st President of Harvard University (1869-1909), he married Ellen Derby Peabody (1836-1869)
  • Charles Eliot (1859-1897), he graduated from Harvard in 1882, he was a landscape architect
  • Samuel Atkins Eliot (1862-1950), he graduated from Harvard in 1884, graduated from Harvard Divinity School in 1885, elected Secretary of the American Unitarian Association in 1989
  • Hon. Theodore Lyman Elliot, Jr. (1928-2019), graduated from Harvard in 1948, received a Master of Public Administration from Harvard's Graduate School of Public Administration in 1956 Inspector General of the Department of State (5 Jul 1978-16 Oct 1978), United States Ambassador to Afghanistan (21 Nov 1973-14 Jun 1978), Executive Secretary of the Department of State (10 Aug 1969-26 Sep 1973)

Emerson family[edit | edit source]

Endicott family[edit | edit source]

Evans family[edit | edit source]

  • Richard Evans (1613-1662), immigrated from England to Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. He married in 1641 to Mary Morgan (1610-c1673)
  • Mathias Evans I (1634-), he was born in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Richard Evans, Jr. (1638-1684), he was born in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and married in 1670 in New England, North America to Rebecca Drake (1646-1731), she was born in and died in was born in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Mary Evans (1640-1711), she was born in and died in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. She married on 17 Jul 1666 in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony to Nathan Bradley (1631-1701). He was born in and died Nathaniel Bradley (1631-1701)
  • Mathias Evans II (1643-1684), he was born in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony an died in Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. He was married by Capt. Clap on 28 Apr 1669 in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony to Patience Mede (1650-1670)
  • Hannah Evans (c1646-aft1680), she was born in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay and died in Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. She married on 27 Jul 1665 in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay to Samuel Hicks, Jr. (1651-1704)

Fairbanks family[edit | edit source]

  • Jonathan Fairbanks (1594-1668), he was born in Heptonstall, Hailfax, West Riding Yorkshire, England immigrated to New England in 1633. He built the Fairbanks House about 1636 in Dedham, Essex County, Massachusetts, he signed the Convent of Dedham when the town was founded in 1636, he was a Selectman in 1658, he became a member of the First Church in Dedham, Massachusetts, married on 20 May 1617 in Halifax, England to Grace Smith (-), their house is considered the oldest surviving timber frame house in North America
  • Capt. George Fairbanks I (1619-1698), he was elected a Selectman of Dedham, member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, one of the first settlers of Dedham, Worcester County, Massachusetts, he was the first of Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts and the first settler of Sherborn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts in about 1657
  • Dea. Joseph Fairbanks (1656-1734)
  • Capt. George Fairbanks (c1682-), Captain in the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company
  • Jonathan Fairbanks (1657-1767), one of the founders and signers of the convent of Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts
  • Dr. Jonathan Fairbanks (1662-1719), he was the first physician of Sherborn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts and a Selectman of Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts
  • George Fairbanks III (1685-1763), he was a soldier in the American Revolutionary War and responded tot he Lexington Alarm
  • John Fairbanks (1759-1844), he was a soldier in the American Revolutionary War
  • Perley Fairbanks (1761-1842), he enlisted in the American Revolutionary War and responded to the, he was given 200 acres of land by his father
  • Rev. Drury Fairbanks (1772-1853), graduated from Brown University in 1797, studied theology with Dr. Emmons of Franklin, ordained Pastor of the Congressional Church in Plymouth on 8 Jan 1800 and stayed there until 18 Mar 1818, Town Clerk and Treasurer (1836-1841)
  • George Fairbanks (1824-1851), shipping merchant

Forbes family[edit | edit source]

Gardner family[edit | edit source]

  • Thomas Gardner (c1592-1674) he was born mostly likely in England and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he was Overseer in Cape Ann, Deputy to the Massachusetts General Court from Salem, Constable, Selectman and Juryman, he married Margaret Fryer (-)

Giddings family[edit | edit source]

Hall family[edit | edit source]

Henchman family[edit | edit source]

  • Edward Edmund Henchman (1605-1668), he was born in England and died in Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he married to Elizabeth Unknown (1605-1688), she was born in England and died in Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Maj. Thomas Henchman (1629-1704), he died in Chelsmford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, while he was a captain, he was led a force of troops in 1675 fought at Wheeler's Surprise and the Siege of Brookfield during King Philiip's War
  • Bridget Unknown (-1731), she was born in Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, she married to Lt. James Richardson (1641-1677), he was born in Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine

Higginson family[edit | edit source]

  • Francis Higginson (1588-1630), he was born in England and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he was a minister, he married to Ann Herbert (1583-1640)
  • John Higginson (1616-1708), he was born in Glaybrook, Leicestershire and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, he was a minister and was the author of "Attestation," he married to Sarah Whitefield or Whitifield (1620-1775)

Hodges family[edit | edit source]

  • George Hodges (1642-1709), he was born in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts, he married Sarah Phippen (1644-c1709), she was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony,
  • Capt. Gamaliel Hodges I (1685-1765), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts, he married Sarah Williams (1689-1779)
  • Capt. John Hodges (1723-1799), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he married Mary Manning (1725-1773), she was born and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
  • Capt. Benjamin Hodges (1754-1806), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he was a ship captain, he married Hannah King (1755-1814), she died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts
  • Capt. George Hodges (1765-1827), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he was a ship captain, he married firstly to Lydia Gale (1764-1796), she died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he married secondly to Hannah Phippen (1768-1837), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
  • Capt. Gamaliel Hodges (1766-1850), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he was a ship captain, he married to Sarah Williams (1766-1850), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts

Jackson family[edit | edit source]

Lambert family[edit | edit source]

  • John Lambert (1629-1711), he was born in England and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts, he married to Preserved Gaskoyne (1639-), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
  • Samuel Lambert (1664-1732), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts, he was a mariner and made a voyage in 1711, he married in Margaret Brown (1671-aft1732), she was born in Salem, Essex, County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
  • Hannah Lambert (1696-1771), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, she married to Capt. Benjamin Manning (1696-1768), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts

Lathrop family[edit | edit source]

Lawrence family[edit | edit source]

Leverette family[edit | edit source]

  • Gov. Maj. Gen. John Leverett (1616-1678/79), 19th Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (1673-1679), Governor of Acadia/Nova Scotia (military) (1654-1657), in the Parliament army he held the rank of Captain, in North America he was the Major General of the Massachusetts Militia
  • Hon. John Leverett the Younger (1662-1724), FRSA President of Harvard College (1708-1724), he went to the Boston Latin School, graduated from Harvard in 1680, Justice of the Peace in 1699, Judge in the court of Admiralty in 1705, Justice of the Superior Court (1702-1708), Judge of Probate Court for Middlesex County in Cambridge (1702-1708), legislator (1696-1702), Speaker of the Colonial Massachusetts House of Representatives (1700-1702), provincial councillor for eastern Maine (1706-1706), elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1714

Lodge family[edit | edit source]

  • John Ellerton Lodge (1807-1862), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts and died in Nahant, Essex County, Massachusetts, he married Anna Sophia Cabot (1821-1900), she was born and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
  • Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge, PhD (1850-1924), he was born in Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts USA, he graduated from Harvard College in 1872 with a BA, LB, MA, PhD United States Senator from Massachusetts (4 Mar 1893-9 Nov 1924), Chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (4 Mar 1919-9 Nov 1924), Senate Majority Leader (17 Aug 1918-9 Nov 1924), Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference (17 Aug 1918-9 Nov 1924), President pro tempore of the United States (25 May 1912-30 May 1912), Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (4 Mar 1887-3 Mar 1893), kChair of the Massachusetts Republican Party (31 Jan 1883-1884), Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from the 10th Essex district (7 Jan 1880-3 Jan 1882) he married to Anna Cabot Mills Davis (1851-1915), she was born in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA and died Nahant, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Constance Davis Lodge (1872-1948), she was born in Paris, France and died in Essex County, Massachusetts, USA, she married firstly to Augustus Peabody Gardner (1865-1918), he was born Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia, USA, she married secondly to Clarence Charles Williams (1859-1958)
  • George Cabot Lodge (1873-1909), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died in Tuckernuck Island, Nantucket, Nantucket County, Massachusetts, USA, he was a poet, he married to Mathilda Elizabeth Frelinghuysen Davis (1876-1960), she was born in Washington, DC, USA and died in Massachusetts, USA
  • John Ellerton Lodge (1876-1942), he was born in Nahant, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA and died in Washington, DC, USA, he married to Mary Catherine Connolly (1882-1971)

Lovett family[edit | edit source]

Lowell family[edit | edit source]

  • Hon. John Lowell (1743-1802), Chief Judge of the United States Circuit Court for the First Circuit (20 Feb 1801-6 May 1802), Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts (26 Sep 1789-20 Feb 1801), Delegate from Massachusetts to the Congress of the Confederation (1782-1783), graduated from Harvard in 1760, he married Susanna Cabot (1754-1777)
  • Hon. John Lowell, Jr., Esq. (1769-1840), graduated from Philipps Andover and then from Harvard in 1786, lawyer, served as a member of the Massachusetts legislature (1798-1801)
  • Hon. John Amory Lowell (1798-1881), became the sole trustee of the Lowell Institute with his first cousin Hon. John Lowell, Jr., Esq. (1799-1836), John Amory Lowell graduated from Harvard in 1815 at the age of 17 years old
  • Hon. John Lowell I 1724-1897), received a Artium Baccalaureus degree from Harvard in 1843 and a Bachelor of Laws in 1845 from Harvard Law School, Judge of the United States Circuit Courts for the First Circuit (18 Dec 1878-1 May 1884), Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts (11 Mar 1865-9 Jan 1879)

Manning family[edit | edit source]

  • Richard Manning (c1622-), was born about 1622 and baptized in 1622 in Devonshire, England and died Ipswich, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts, he married to Anstice Alley (-)
  • Lt. Jacob Manning (1660-1756), he was born in Dartmouth, Devonshire, England, in 1679 he arrived in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he was a gunsmith by trade, Deputy Marshall of the Salem Witch Craft Trials in 1692, Constable of Salem 1694-1695, 1697, 1699, 1700, Selectman of Salem 1718-1721, 1724-1727, petit juryman in 1709, 1716 and 1728
  • Capt. Benjamin Manning (1696-1678), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Province of Massachusetts, he married to Hannah Lambert (1696-1771), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
  • Elizabeth Manning (1721-1771), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
  • Hannah Manning I (1723-1738), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
  • Mary Manning (1725-1773), she was born and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts, she married to Capt. John Hodges (1749-1799), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Benjamin Manning, Jr. (1727-1740), he was born and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
  • Elizabeth Manning II (1728-), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
  • Capt. Hon. Richard Manning (1732-1811), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts and died in Massachusetts, USA, in 1757 he was a mariner and was Captain of the schooner "Benjamin," but was wrecked after escaping a French privateer, in Feb 17775 he was a Member of the second Provincial Congress of Cambridge, Massachusetts, after he retired from the sea he became a Justice of the Peace of Salem
  • Margaret Manning I (1733-134), she was born in died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
  • Margaret Manning II (1734-1813), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Jacob Manning (1737-1815), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Hannah Manning II (1737-1817), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts

Mather family[edit | edit source]

  • The Reverend Richard Mather (1596-1669), Puritan minister, he immigrated from England to Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Rev. Samuel Mather (1627-1671), graduated from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, immigrated to New England in 1635 with and by his father, he graduated from Harvard with an M.A. in 1643 and became a fellow of Harvard in 1643, in 1650 he was made one if of the chaplains of Magdalen College at Oxford University
  • Rev. Nathaniel Mather (1631-1697), immigrated with his father and brother from England to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1635, he went over to Holland for some time and became the pastor of the English Church of Rotterdam
  • Rev. Increase Mather (1639-1723), entered Harvard College in 1651 and graduated in 1656 at the age of 17 years old, graduated from Trinity College in Dublin in 1658 New England Puritan and minister, influential during the Salem Witch Trials
  • The Reverend Cotton Mather, FRS (1663-1728), attended the Boston Latin School, graduated from Harvard College, New England Puritan minister, prolific author and pamphleteer, elected a fellow of the Royal Society of London in 1723

Maverick family[edit | edit source]

  • Rev. John Maverick (1578-1636), he was born in Awliscmbe, Devonshire, England and died Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, in 1595 he enrolled in Oxford University, he became a freeman in 1631 in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1st minister of the First Parish Church of Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he helped established the government in Dorchester, Massachusetts, his eulogy was by Rev. John Cotton and Gov. John Winthrop
  • Samuel Maverick (c1602-c1670), he immigrated to North America in 1623/24 and first settled in Winnissimet, which was the previously failed colony of Wessagusset and originally settled in an area near what is now modern day Boston, Massachusetts. In 1640 he was granted 600 acres from Boston and 400 acres from Braintree Massachusetts, he was a Anglican and royalist, the king of England appointed hims one of the four commissioners to arbitrate disputes in New England and was to also reduce the Dutch influence in all of the North American colonies, he died about 1670 in New York
  • Rev. Moses Maverick (1611-1686), he was born in England immigrated to the Massachusetts Bay Colony, founder and Surveyor of Marlbehead, Massachusetts, served as Selectman for 14 years, for his efforts of founding Marblehead, he was elected one of the first Selectmen of Marlbehead in 1649 and held that office untill his death in 1686. Maverick Street, Maverick Cove, Maverick Court and Moses Maverick Squar were all named in his honor

Mayhew family[edit | edit source]

  • Gov. Thomas Mayhew, the Elder (1593-1682), he established the first English settlement on Martha's Vineyard and was the Patriarch to the local Indians there, he was born in Wiltshire, England and died in West Tisbury, Dukes County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he married firstly to Abigail Parkhurst (1595-1630), she was born in Hampshire, England and died in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony he married secondly to Jane Galland (1602-1666)
  • Gov. Mathew Mayhew (1644/48-1710), he was Governor and Chief Magistrate of Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and the adjacent islands in 1681/82, Judge of the Court of Common Please for Dukes County in 1697, Judge of Probate (1696-1710), 3rd Patriarch to the Indians of Martha's Vineyard
  • Experience Mayhew (1673-1758), Patriarch to the Wampanoag Indians of Martha's Vineyard, in 1709 he published "Massachusetts Psalter" with Thomas Prince (1687-1758)

Munroe family[edit | edit source]

  • William Murnoe (1625-1718), he was born in Inverness, Inverness, Scotland and died in Lexington, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts, he was a Scottish soldier who had fought and was captured at the Battle of Worcester in England in 1651 he was transporter to America during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. He is the ancestor of all Munroes in the United States and is said that one of his descendants fired the first shot of the Battles of Lexington and Concord during the American Revolutionary War, he was the third son of John Mor Munro, 3rd Laird of Coul who was a direct descendant of George Munro, 10th Baron of Foulis, William married firstly to Martha George (c1634-1672) and secondly to Mary Ball (1651-1692)
  • John Munroe (1666-1753), he was born in Lexington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Lexingtok, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts, he married Hannah Marrett (1668-1716)
  • Martha Munroe (1667-1730), she was born in Lexington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Lexington, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts, she married to John Comey (1665-1729), he was born in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Lexington, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts
  • William Munroe, Jr. (1669-1759), he was born in Lexington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Lexington, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts, he married firstly to Mary Cutler (1681-1713), she was born in Lexington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Lexington, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts, William married secondly to Joannah Russell (1684-1784)
  • Col. William Munroe (1742-1827), he was the orderly sergeant in the Battle of Lexington on 19 Apr 1775, he was a Lieutenant at the Battle of Saratoga and a Colonel of militia at the Battle of Lexington and Concord
  • Nathan Munroe (1747-1829), served in the American Revolutionary Army, he was one of the eight militia men that fired back at the British army at the Battle of Lexington

Morton family[edit | edit source]

  • George Morton (c1585-1624), he was born in York, Yorkshire, England and died in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, he immigrated to the New World on the ship Ann, published the first history of the pilgrims living in London in 1622, he married to Juliana Carpenter (1584-1664), she was born in Bath St. James, Somerset, England and died in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Lt. Hon. Ephraim Morton (1623-1693), he was born on the ship Little James crossing the Atlantic Ocean from England to the New World in 1623 and died in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, he was Constable of Plymouth in 1648, Member of the Grand Inquest (1648-1654), Representatives from Plymouth to the Plymouth Colony Court (1657-1685), elected Magistrate of Plymouth in 1683, elected one of the first Representatives of the new Massachusetts General Court (1691-1692), head of the Board of Selectmen of Plymouth for about 25 years, a Justice of the Court of Common Please in 1693 he married Ann Cooper (1625-1691), she was born in England died in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Ephraim Morton, Jr. (1648-1732), he was born in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, he married to Hannah Finney (1657-1730), she was born in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts
  • Joseph Morton (1683-1754), he was born and in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, he married to Mary Chittenden (1685-1756), she was born in Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts
  • Joseph Morton, Jr. (1712-1793), he was born in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts and died in Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, he married to Anna Bullock (1722-1759), she was born and died in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
  • Hon. Perez Morton, Esq. (1751-1837), Massachusetts Attorney General (1810-1832), Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives (1806-1808) and again (1810-1811), Deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts (1789-1790), he participated in the Committee of Safety and the Committee of Correspondence, he married to Sarah Wentworth Apthorp (1759-1846)

Nurse family[edit | edit source]

  • Rev. Edward Norris (1580-1659), he was born in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • John Norris (1617-1667), he was born in Tetbury, Costwold, Gloucestershire, England and died in Southampton, Suffolk County, New York

Otis family[edit | edit source]

  • Col. Hon. James Otis, Sr. (1702-1778), Attorney General of the Province of Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1748
  • James Otis, Jr., Esq. (1725-1783), lawyer, political activist, pamphleteer and legislator
  • Mercy Otis (1728-1814), she was a writer who's pen name was A Columbian Patriot
  • Hon. Samuel Allyne Otis (1740-1814), graduated from Harvard, 1st Secretary to the United States Senate (8 Apr 1789-22 Apr 1814), Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives (1784-1785), Delegate from Massachusetts to the Second Continental Congress (1777-1778)
  • Hon. Harison Gray Otis (1765-1848), attended the Boston Latin School, graduated from Harvard in 1783, United States Senator from Massachusetts (4 Mar 1817-30 May 1822), Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 8th district (4 Mar 1797-3 Mar 1801), 3rd Mayor of Boston, Massachusetts (5 Jan 1829-2 Jan 1832), Delegate from Massachusetts to the Hartford Convention (1814-1815), President of the Massachusetts Senate (1805-1806), United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts (1796-1796)

Peabody family[edit | edit source]

Perkins family[edit | edit source]

  • Hon. John Perkins (1583-1654), made a freeman on 18 May 1631, Deputy to the Massachusetts General Court, on the Committee to set the bounds of Roxbury and Dorchester on 7 Nov 1631
  • John Perkins (1614-1686), immigrated from England to Massachusetts and settled Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, inherited and proprietor of Hog Island of Chebacco, Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts
  • William Perkins (-1682), immigrated to Massachusetts Bay Colony from England with the Winthrop Fleet in 1630
  • Thomas Handasyd Perkins (1764-1854), merchant, pioneer of the China Trade, philanthropist, fur trader, had a net worth of $3. million at the time of his death
  • Charles Perkins (1823-1886), art historian, philanthropist, Founder of the Museum of Fine Arts
  • Edward Perkins (1856-1905), constitutional lawyer
  • William Maxwell Evarts "Max" Perkins (1884-1947) , literary editor of Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner and F. Scot FitzgeraldPhillips family

Phippen family[edit | edit source]

Pickering family[edit | edit source]

  • Lt. John Pickering (1637-1694), Constable of Salem, on the Committee to run the Lynn line: a railroad that ran from Boston to Lynn, served in the Indian war of 1675, appointed Ensign of the Salem Militia in 1675, fought in King Philip's War in Capt. Samuel Appleton's company, "The Court, being informed that John Pickering of Salem refused the place of ensign on a motion made, the court appoints Nathaniel Felton (-) to be ensign to Capt. Coruis's company." Lt. Pickering was chosen and sent for the and purpose by the "Return was made to the Committee at Boston Concerning ye College Money." In 1676 he had a land grant at Casco Bay from the Massachusetts General Court probably because of his military service, admitted to the Church of Salem in 1684. "Agreed with Lt. John Pickering, for thity shillings in money to bee allowed for his payne & trouble in gathering; and journey Concerning the Subscription for the College." He inherited his father's hometead
  • Hon. John Pickering (1658-1772), Selectman of Salem, Massachusetts in 1710, 1716 and 1717, Representatives from Salem 1714 and 1716, he inherited his father's homestead
  • Dea. Timothy Pickering (1703-1778), farmer, deacon of the church
  • Col. Hon. Timothy Pickering (1745-1829), 3rd United States Secretary of State (10 Dec 1795-12 May 1800), 2nd United States Secretary of War (2 Jan 1795-10 Dec 1795), 5th United States Postmaster General (12 Apr 1791-1 Jan 1795), United States Senator (4 Mar 1803-3 Mar 1811), Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts, served in the American Revolutionary War
  • Hon. Judge John Pickering (1740-1811), Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives

Prince family[edit | edit source]

  • Rev. Thomas Prince (1687-1758), he was born in Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Boston, Suffolk County Province of Massachusetts Bay, he entered Harvard College in 1703 and graduated in 1707 with a B.A., he was a clergyman, scholar and historian, he was the author of A Chronoligical History of New England, in the Form of Annals, he married to Deborah Denney

Proctor family[edit | edit source]

  • John Proctor (1595-1672), immigrated from England and arrived on 9 May 1635 in Massachusetts Bay Colony and settled in Ipswich, Essex County
  • John Proctor (1631-1692), immigrated from Suffolk, England to Massachusetts Bay Colony and settle in Salem Village, Ipswich, Essex County, was convicted falsely and hanged in the Salem Witch Trials as a witch, his third wife was Elizabeth Bassett (1650-aft1703) who was also falsely convicted and hanged as a witch in the Salem Witch Trials, he married firstly to Martha Giddens (-) and secondly to Elizabeth Thorndike (1632-1672)
  • Abigail Proctor (1637-1732), born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts and died in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts

Putnam family[edit | edit source]

  • John Putnam (1580-1662), he was born in Wingrave, Buckinghamshire, England and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he immigrated in 1640 to the Massachusetts Bay Colony and settled in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he was admitted to the Church on 4 Feb 1647, he established a farm for a homestead of 100 acres, which was granted to him on 20 Jan 1640 or in the new style Jan 1641, he married Priscilla Gould (1585-1668), she was born in Bovingdon, Hertfordshire, England and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Thomas Putnam (1615-1686), he and two others were appointed by the court in Lynn, Massachusetts on 18 Jun 1845 to end small cases, this commission was renewed on 20 May 1648, he was paid 20 shillings, 11 Sep 1648 he was chosen to be Grand juryman in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 10 Oct 1655 she was chosen Constable of Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, On November 29, 1658, "Jefferey Massey, Thomas Putnam, Nathanial Putnam and Joseph Hutchensen are empowered, or any three of them, to join with Topsfield, Massachusetts about the Runninge and setlenge and full endinge of our sixe mile line in the extent of it in so many places as they shall see meet, for a full conclusion of the worke." On that same day, the General Court confirmed Thomas' appointment as Lieutenant in the troop of horse, he married Ann Holyoke (1621-1655-)
  • Hon. Nathaniel "Land Lord" Putnam (1619-1700), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts and died in Bedford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Constable in Salem, Massachusetts in 1656, Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts (1690-1691), Selectman of Salem Village, Lieutenant in the Salem Village militia
  • Dea. Capt. Benjamin Putnam (1664-1715), he was born and died in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, Constable of Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, Deacon of the Church of Salem Village on 30 Dec 1709, he was a tithingman of Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, Surveyor, Tax Collector of Salem Village in 1700 he married firstly to Hannah Unknown (-), he married secondly to Sarah Holton (-)
  • John Putnam (1657-1722), he was born and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, Constable in 1692 of Salem, Massachusetts, he married Hannah Cutler (1655-)
  • Thomas Putnam (1652-1699), he was born and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he wrongly accused 43 people of conducting witch craft, he married Ann Carr (1661-1699)
  • Eleazer Putnam (1665-1732/33), he was born and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, Constable in of Salem, Massachusetts in 1738, he married Hannah Boardman (1670-c1710)
  • Ann Putnam (1679-1716), infamously known for claiming that she had been afflicted by the devil and wrongly accused 62 people of conducting witch craft, which resulted in the execution of 22 innocent people, she was the daughter of Thomas Putnam (1652-1699) and Ann Carr (1661-1699)
  • James Putnam (1689-1763), a co founder of Danvers, Massachusetts, Surveyor of Highways in 1729
  • Dea. Israel Putnam (1699-1760), 1st Constable of Bedford, Massachusetts in 1729, 1st Deacon of Bedford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
  • Jonathan Putnam (1715-1762), Constable of Danvers, Massachusetts
  • Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam (1718-1790), served as an officer in the French and Indian War and a Major General in the American Revolution as third in command underneath Gen. George Washington
  • Joseph Putnam (1724-1811), Constable of Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts in 1764, Tithingman in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts in 1754 and 1758, Surveyor of Highways in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts in 1756
  • Col. Enoch Putnam (1731/32-1796), Constable of Danvers, Massachusetts
  • BG Rufus Putnam (1738-1824), an officer in the French and Indian War, Brigadier General in the American Revolutionary War, "Father of Ohio"
  • Nathaniel Putnam (1746-1788), Constable of Danvers, Massachusetts
  • Ensign David Putnam (1753-1820), Constable of Lyndeborough, New Hampshire
  • Caleb Putnam (1754-1776), Constable of Sutton, Mass or Croyden, New Hampshire
  • Capt. Hon. Jonathan Putnam (1657-1739), Constable in of Salem Village, Massachusetts in 1691
  • Eleazer Putnam (1759-1836), Constable of Danvers, Massachusetts

Quincy family[edit | edit source]

Rand family[edit | edit source]

  • Sgt. Thomas Rand (1627-1683), he was born in England died in Charlestown, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he was a cordainer by trader, he was a cowherdman (1645-1647), became a freeman on 30 May 1660 in Massachusetts Bay Colony, he married Sarah Edenden (1636-1699)
  • John Rand (1664-1727), he was born and died in Charlestown, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, he married Mehitable Call (1668-1727)
  • John Rand (1690-1722), was born in Charlestown, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, he married to Ann Newell (1683-)
  • Dr. Isaac Rand (1718-1790), he was born in Massachusetts and died in Charlestown, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, he was a physician and surgeon in the American Revolutionary War, he married Margaret Damon (1714-1753), she was born in Lexington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts and died in Charlestown, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
  • John Rand (1744-), he was born in Charlestown, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, he married Ann Brintnall (1740-1828), she was born in Massachusetts and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
  • Dr. Isaac Rand (1769-1819), he was born and died in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, he graduated from Harvard College in 1787

Rice family[edit | edit source]

  • Dea. Hon. Edmund Rice (c1594-1663), Deputy of the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (1640, 1643, 1652-1654), Selectman of Sudbury, Massachusetts (1639,1640, 1644-1656), Judge of Small Causes of Sudbury, Massachusetts (1641-1655), Selectman in Marlborough, Massachusetts (1657-1655)
  • Hon. Thomas Rice (1768-1854), graduated from Harvard in 1791, studied law and was admitted to the bar in Suffolk County, Massachusetts Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 18th district (4 Mar 1815-3 Mar 1819), Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives (1814-1814)
  • Luther Rice (1783-1836), baptist minister, founder of Columbia College in 1821 which was the original unite of The George Washington University (GW)
  • William Marsh Rice (1816-1900), businessman and founder of Rice University in Houston, Texas
  • Hon. William Whitney Rice (1826-1896), Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts (4 Mar 1877-3 Mar 1887), Massachusetts House of Representatives (1875-1876), District Attorney in Worcester County, Massachusetts (1860-1876), Mayor of Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Member of Worcester, Massachusetts School Committee
  • William Ball Rice (1840-1909), industrialist and co founder the shoe manufacturing company of Rice & Hutchins
  • BG Edmund Rice (1842-1906), Civil War general, Commander of the 19th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment, fought in the American Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War and the Philippine-American War, awarded the Medal of Honor
  • William North Rice (1845-1928), prepared for college at Springfield High School in Springfield, Massachusetts where he graduated in 1865, graduated from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut geologist, educator and Methodist minister and theologin who was concerned reconciliation of science and religious faith
  • Alexander Hamilton Rice, Jr., M.D. (1875-1956), graduated from Harvard in 1898 and from Harvard Medical School in 1904, Founder and Director of the Harvard Institute of Geographical Exploration, known for aerial mapping and explorer of the Amazon River, awarded the Commandeur de la Legion d'honneur

Richardson family[edit | edit source]

  • Ezekiel Richardson (1601-1647), he was born in England and arrived in 1630 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony with the Winthrop Fleet and died in Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, in 1633 he was Constable of Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 2 Sep 1634 he was Deputy or Representatives of Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, On 10 Feb 1634/35, 1637, 1638 and 1639 he was Selectman of Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachsuetts, he married to Susanna Unknown (1610-1681), she was born in Tring, Hertfordshire, England and died in Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Lt. James Richardson (1641-1677), he was born in Charlestown, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts and died in Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine, he was a Lieutenant during King Philip's War and Commander of the Fort of Pawtucket Falls, now Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, he married Bridget Henchman (-1731), she was born in Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
  • Thomas Richardson (1661-1700), he was born in Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay and died in Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, he married to Hannah Colburn (1565-), she was born in Dracut, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Elizabeth Richardson (1665-), she was born in Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, she married to Andrew Allen (-)

Russell family[edit | edit source]

Saltonstall[edit | edit source]

  • Richard Saltonstall (1586-1661), Lord of the Manor of Ledsham, he was knighted on 23 Nov 1618, Justice of the Peace for West Riding of Cambridge in 1603, immigrant with the Winthrop Fleet, 1st Assistant to Gov. John Winthrop, signer of the Massachusetts Bay Colony Charter, on of the original pantentees of the Colony of Connecticut. His father was Sir Richard Saltonstall (1521-1601), Lord Mayor of London in 1597.
  • Col. Hon. Nathaniel Saltonstall (c1639-1707), Judge of the Court of Oyer and Terminer in 1692, judge during the Salem Witch Craft Trials, Town Clerk of Ipswich, rose to the rank of Colonel of the local militia.
  • Gov. Gurdon Saltonstall (1666-1724), 25th Governor of the Connecticut Colony
  • John Lee Saltonstall (1878-1959), a descendant of the prominent Saltonstall Family of New England, was a partner in an investment brokerage and was elected to several important political posts in Massachusetts. He also built the elegant Huntwicke (Coolidge Estate) mansion house in Topsfield MA overlooking the Ipswich River.

Sargent family[edit | edit source]

Sears family[edit | edit source]

Sedgwick family[edit | edit source]

  • Maj. Gen. Robert Sedgwick (1611-1656), he born in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England, immigrated to the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and died in Jamaica, West Indies, Commander of the Massachusetts Bay Colony forces, Governor General of Jamaica
  • Robert Sedgwick (1787-1841), he was born in Stockbridge, Berkshire County, Massachusetts and died in Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut, he married Elizabeth Dana Ellery (1800-1862)
  • Henry Dwight Sedgwick (1861-1957), graduated from Harvard in 1882, graduated from Harvard Law School, studied law in Boston until 1884 when he was admitted to the Bar, practiced law in Manhattan, New York (1885-1898), elected tot he National Institute of Arts and Letters, elected in 1893 as a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, later became an author and biographer

Sherman family[edit | edit source]

  • Richard Sherman (1577-1660), he was born in Dedham, Halstead, Essex, England and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Abiagail Sherman (1622-1713), he was born in Dedham, Halstead, Essex, England and died in Reading, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay

Soule family[edit | edit source]

Sturgis family[edit | edit source]

  • Col. James Swan (1754-1830), immigrated in 1756 from Scotland, member of the Boston Sons of Liberty, participated in the Boston Tea Party on 16 Dec 1773, wounded in the Battle of Bunker Hill

Taft family[edit | edit source]

Thomas family[edit | edit source]

  • Capt. Evan Thomas (1610-1661), born in and immigrated from Wales and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He is a paternally descendant from Sir Griffith ap Thomas (1478-1521) and his wife Katherine St. John (c1482-), Sir Griffith's parents were Sir Rhys ap Thomas, KG (1449-1525) and Elizabeth verch Gruffydd (-). Sir Rice married Lady Katherine Howard (c1488-), daughter of Sir Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfok, KG, PC (1443-1524) and Elizabeth Tilney, Countess of Surrey (bef1445-1497), daughter of Sir Frederick Tilney, Lord of Ashwellthorp and Boston (-) and Elizabeth Cheny (-)
  • George Thomas (1655-1696), he was born and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts and married in 1681 to Rebecca Maverick (1659-1696) who was born and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; her parents were Elias Maverick (1604-1684) who immigrated from Dartmouth, England to Massachusetts Bay Colony and Ann Harris (c1613-1697)
  • Peter Thomas (1681-), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts Bay Colony, he married Rebecca Maverick (1659-1696), she was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts
  • Eliash Thomas (1710-), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, he married Hannah McMillan (-1804), she died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
  • Alexander Thomas (-1800), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts and died in New York, he married Mary Kemble (1737-1807), she was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
  • Thomas Kemble Thomas (1771-1849), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Provence of Massachusetts and died in Roxbury, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, he married to Mary Ann Richardson (1772-1821), she was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
  • Alexander Thomas, M.D. (1802-1874), he was born in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Elizabeth Malcolm Rand (1805-1863), she was born in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
  • Alexander Malcolm Thomas (1844-1864), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts and died in Milton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, he married Mary Sarah Sargent (1844-1908), she was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts and died in Milton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts
  • Elizabeth Whitwell Thomas (1868-1952), she was born in Dorchester, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, she married to Frederick Josiah Bradlee I (1866-1951), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts and died in Arlington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Thorndike family[edit | edit source]

  • John Thorndike (1611/1612-1686), he was a farmer and cowherd from Great Carlton, Lincolnshire, England and died in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, he immigrate in 1630 or 1635 along, he was one of the first founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, he settled in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts
  • Elizabeth Thorndike (1632-1672), was the second wife of John Proctor (1631-1692) who was executed as victim of the Salem Witch Trails
  • Israel Thorndike (1755-1832), "merchant prince," politician and industrialist, elected to the Massachusetts legislature from Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts as a member of the Federalist party in 1802, at the time of his death his net worth was $1.8 million, he married firstly to Mercy Trask (-), secondly to Anna Dodge (-) and thirdly to Sarah Dana (-)
  • Augustus Thorndike, M.D. (1896-1986), chief of surgery at Harvard University Health Service (1931-1962) and a pioneer in sports medicine, graduated from Harvard in 1919 and from Harvard Medical School in 1921, served in World War I
  • George Thorndike Angell, Esq. (1823-1909), lawyer, criminologist, philanthropist and an advocate for the humane treatment of animals, graduated from Dartmouth Colllege in 1846 and from Harvard Law School in 1851

Tripp family[edit | edit source]

Tudor family[edit | edit source]

Turner family[edit | edit source]

  • Robert Turner (1611-1652), he was born in St. Lawrence, South Walsham, Norfolk, England and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he was a successful shoe maker, he married to Elizabeth Freestone (1619-c1662)
  • Capt. John Turner, Esq. I (1644-1680), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, he was a merchant prince, builder of the famous house Seven Gables, in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he married to Elizabeth Roberts (1669-), she was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  • Col. Hon. John Turner, Esq. III (1671-1742), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he married to Mary Kitchen, she was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he was part of the capturing of the pirate Capt. Quelch, served in the Indian Wars, Colonel of the militia and proprietor of Baker's Island
  • Hon. John Turner VI, Esq. (1709-1786), he was born and died in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he was the address to the Englishman, Gen. Gage during the American Revolutionary War as John sided with the Crown, he was a Deputy from Salem to the Massachusetts General Court, he was a Navy officer in the British Royal Navy, he married to Mary Osborne (1709-1786), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts
  • Mary Turner (1743-1813), she was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA, she married Daniel Sargent, Esq. (1731-1896), he was born in Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts and died in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts

Tufts family[edit | edit source]

Varney family[edit | edit source]

Warren family[edit | edit source]

Their are six Warren families that Immigrated to Massachusetts by 1650: Their many descendants include many notable figures in Massachusetts history. All are believed to be descendants of the early English knight, William de Warenne (1055-1088). (See also Warenne Family Ancestry.)

  1. Richard Warren (c1580-1628), a 1620 immigrant on the Mayflower to Plymouth Colony.
  2. John Warren (1585-1667) - a 1630 immigrant in the great fleet of Gov Winthrop to settle Massachusetts Bay Colony. This family first resided extensively at Watertown, Massachusetts.
  3. Abraham Warren (1574-1654) and his son Arthur Warren (1615-1658) were 1635-37 immigrant from Nottingham who settled at Weymouth, Massachusetts.
  4. John Warren (1624-1677), (md to Deborah Wilson). Early settler of Exeter, New Hampshire before moving on to Boston. Originated from England, shire unknown.
  5. Daniel Warren.
  6. Peter Warren (1627-1704) - possibly early English immigrant of 1640/1650 to Roxbury, Boston. Md to Sarah Tucker. No record of immigration.

Wigglesworth family[edit | edit source]

Williams family[edit | edit source]

  • John Williams (1664-1732), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay
  • Sarah Williams (1689-1779), she was born and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, she married to Capt. Gamaliel Hodges (1685-1765), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay
  • Anstiss Williams (1700-1773), she was born in and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, she married to Capt. John Crowninshield (1696-1761), he was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts Bay and died in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay
  • John Williams (1702-), he was born in Salem, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, he married to Mary Pope (-)

Winthrop family[edit | edit source]

  • Gov. John Winthrop (1587/88-1649), 3rd Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (1630-1634)
  • Lucy Winthrop (-), she married to The Hon. Sir George Downing, 1st Baronet (c1624/25-1684), founder of New York
  • Gov. John Winthrop the Younger (1606-1676), Governor of Connecticut Colony (1659-1676), Governor of the Saybrook Colony (1635-1639)
  • Gov. Fitz-John Winthrop (1638-1707), 24th Governor of the Connecticut Colony
  • John Winthrop (1714-1779), 2nd Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy at Harvard College, Acting President of Harvard College, mathematician, physicist and astronomer
  • James Winthrop (1752-1821), librarian and jurist, received the award of Fellow of the American Academy of arts and Sciences, wounded at the Battle of Bunker Hill during the American Revolutionary War
  • Gov. Thomas Lindall Winthrop (1760-1841), 13th Lt. Gov. of Massachusetts, in 1813 he was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, member of the American Antiquarian Society, member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, served as state representative and senator
  • Hon. Robert Charles Winthrop (1809-1894), United States Senator from Massachusetts (30 Jul 1850-1 Feb 1851), 18th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (6 Dec 1847-4 Mar 1849), Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 1st district

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Books[edit | edit source]

  • Descendants of George Abbott, of Rowley, Mass., of his joint descendants with George Abbott, Sr., of Andover, Mass.: of the descendants of Daniel Abbott, of Providence, R. I.; of some of the descendants of Capt. Thomas Abbott, of Andover, Mass,; of George Abbott, of Norwalk Ct.; of Robert Abbott, of Branford Ct.; with brief notes of many others of the name, original settlers in the United States. By Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott, 1842-1911

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