Peabody (Paybody, Pabody, Pabodie) Genealogy

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Charles H. Pope, 1909 - 596 pages
 

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Page 103 - Why, Mr. Winthrop, this is no new idea to me. From the earliest years of my manhood, I have contemplated some such disposition of my property ; and I have prayed my Heavenly Father, day by day, that I might be enabled, before I died, to show my gratitude for the blessings which He has bestowed upon me, by doing some great good to my fellow-men.
Page 470 - That is to say principally and first of all, I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God who gave it and my body...
Page 101 - In acknowledgment of the payment of that debt by the generation which preceded me in my native town of Danvers, and to aid in its prompt, future discharge, I give to the inhabitants of that town the sum of twenty thousand dollars for the promotion of knowledge and morality among them.
Page 25 - Here are deposited the remains of the Reverend Oliver Peabody, a man venerable for the faculties of his mind and for all needful learning. He delighted much in theological investigations. He discharged the pastoral office with great renown for thirty years— ministering to the people of Natick, especially to the aborigines, in the cause of sacred learning. He was a model in social life. In benevolence and universal hospitality, he was preeminent. In the firm expectation of a future retribution,...
Page 472 - In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this 21st Day of May in the year of our Lord 1 800.
Page 1 - God's visitation,* manye and daylie examples of deathe, doe institute and make this my last will and testament, in maner (and) forme followinge.
Page 2 - Iflnds att Carswell in Marshfield after my wifes decease. Item I give unto John Paybody the son of William my lott of land att the new plantation Item. I give and bequeath all the rest of my goods that are knowne to be mine leaving a...
Page 1 - He was a member of the jury which convicted three young Englishmen of the murder of an Indian Sept. 4, 1638, and of " the Grand Inquest
Page 1 - God that gave it hoping to be saved by the Merritt of Christ my blessed Saviour and Redeemer as for my Worldly goods as followeth Item I give and bequeath unto Thomas my eldest sonne one shilling Item I give and bequeath unto Francis Paybody my second son one...
Page 7 - Gleanings for New England History," in Mass. Hist. Coll., 3d series, Vol. VIII, p. 253. He is there called "Husbandman, 21 years" of age. "Theis underwritten names are to be transported to New England, imbarqued in the Planter, Nicholas Trarice, Master, bound thither. The parties have brought certificate from the minister of Great St. Albans in Hertfordshire, and attestacons from the Justices of Peace, according to the Lords order.

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