John Hill of Dorchester, Mass., 1633, and Five Generations of His Descendants: Also Ancestral Lines of Some Families Intermarried with His Descendants Amd Colonial and Revolutionary Records Pertaining to Them : Also an Account of the Hill Family of Poundsford, Somersetshire, England

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Joseph Gardner Bartlett
private circulation, 1904 - 97 pages
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I found this genealogical review quite helpful in terms of tracking down Weymouth/Mendon links for Cook, Thomson and White families.
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Page 38 - Cowhouse, they there quickly followed him found him hanging by a Rope, which they had used to tye their Calves withal, he was dead with his feet near touching the Ground. Epidemical Fevers and Agues grow very common, in some parts of the Country, whereof, tho...
Page 38 - Pious Man, having newly buried his Wife, The Devil ( took advantage of the Melancholy which he thereupon fell into, his wives discretion and industry had long been the support of his Family, and he seemed hurried with an impertinent fear that he should now come to...
Page 54 - He was mentioned by a contemporary as "grave Richard Warren, a man of integrity, justice and uprightness, of piety and serious religion ;" and also "as a useful instrument during the short time he lived, bearing a deep share in the difficulties and troubles of the plantation.
Page 54 - A cotemporaneous authority described him as "grave Richard Warren," a man of integrity, justice and uprightness, of piety and serious religion," and as a "useful instrument during the short time he lived, bearing a deep share in the difficulties and troubles of the plantation.
Page 4 - Belliugham, where he died in 1745. On Mar. 19, 1744-5, David Hill, yeoman, of Bellingham, conveyed eight acres of meadow in Wrentham to his two sons John and Isaac, both of Holliston. (Suffolk Co. Deeds.) Oct. 15, 1745, John Hill, of Holliston, was appointed administrator of the estate of his father David Hill, late of Bellingham. Settlement papers name sons John and Isaac, daughter Mary and daughter Huldah Aldrich (Suffolk Co. Probate). He married, Dec. 17, 1716, Sarah, born Feb. 11, 1694-5, daughter...
Page 11 - ... b. about 1757 ; was living in Bridgewater as late as 1799, when he and his wife Sarah sold land there to Timothy Ames. (Plymouth Co. Deeds.) The History of Bridgewater states that he moved to Plainfleld. He served several campaigns in the Revolution, in 1776, 1778, and 1780. (Mass. Archives.) Hem. (1) Rachel Stowell of Abington; and m. (2) Sarah Hollis of Braintree; no further information obtained of him. iv. JOHN, b. in 1760; served in the Revolution from Bridgewater, in 1778 and 1779. (Mass....

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