Richard Bloise was born 29 September 1622 in St. Botolph Church, Colchester, Essex, England to Edmund Bloise (1584-1681) and Mary Cooper (1594-1672) and died 7 August 1665 in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. He married Michal Jennison (1640-1713) 10 February 1657 in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.
Edmund Bloss, progenitor of the family by this name in America, came to Massachusetts before 1634. and his wife Mary, aged forty, and his son Richard, aged eleven. Bond says, in his "History of Watertown," came to join him in the ship "Francis," from Ipswich, in April of that year. He was admitted freeman at Watertown, May 22, 1639. His wife died May 29, 1675, and he married (second) September 27, 1675, Ruth, daughter of Hugh Parsons. She died December, 1711, and at a meeting of the selectmen of Watertown, December 21, 1711, it was "ordered four gallons of wine also sugar and spice that Ruth Bloss (who lies dead) may have a decent funeral." It is said that Edmund was born in 1587," and died at a great age, believed to have been April, 1681. He was a grantee of five lots in Watertown. Among their children was Richard” (Jordan, pp. 357-60).
|Offspring of Richard Bloise and Michal Jennison (1640-1713)|
|Richard Bloise (1659-)|| |
|Mary Bloise (1661-)|| |
|Michal Bloise (1664-1752)|
|Offspring of Edmund Bloise and Mary Cooper (1594-1672)|
|Richard Bloise (1622-1665)||29 September 1622 St. Botolph Church, Colchester, Essex, England||7 August 1665 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts|| Michal Jennison (1640-1713)|