Genealogy of the Odiorne Family: With Notices of Other Families Connected Therewith
Rand, Avery,, 1875 - Odiorne family - 222 pages
John Odiorne was born ca. 1627 and immigrated to America and settled in New Hampshire. He married Mary Johnson and eventually died in 1707 at Newcastle, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, Maine, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere. Includes descendants of Robert Stedman who died in 1666. He settled in Massachusetts. Includes Brackett, Meacham, and related families.
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Abby Abigail aged Ann Od1orne April April 11 April 29 Benjamin 201 Benning Wentworth born in Bethany born in Boston born in Malden born in Portsmouth born in Rye Brackett Cambridge Caroline Catharine Charlotte Church daughter of Benjamin daughter of Ebenezer daughter of James daughter of John daughter of Jotham daughter of Samuel daughter of Thomas daughter of William death East Boston Eben Ebenezer 12 Edward El1zabeth Od1orne Eliza Elizabeth Ellen Emma Exeter George Beck Gilman Hampshire Hannah Harvard College heart Henry James Creighton Jane John Od1orne Joseph Jotham Jotham Odiorne July July 14 June June 23 Kittery lived Loddiges Lucy Lydia Malden March March 20 Maria Mary Od1orne Mason Mass merchant Nathaniel Nathaniel Meserve Samuel Od1orne Sarah Od1orne Seavey Sept Stedman Susan unmarried VIII W1ll1am Od1orne Wentworth West Newbury widow wife William 11 William 68
Page 21 - College ; we have thought fit hereby to signify our will and pleasure to you, that you forthwith remove him from his student's place, and deprive him of all the rights and advantages thereunto belonging, for which this shall be your warrant; and so we bid you heartily farewell. Given at our Court at Whitehall, llth day of November, 1684. " By his Majesty's command, SUNDERLAND.
Page 123 - I am the bread of life. He that cometh to Me shall never hunger; and he that believeth in Me shall never thirst.
Page 12 - ... and certainly was it, which was called then, or soon after, Mason Hall, because to it was annexed three or four thousand acres of land, with intention to erect a Manor, or Lordship there, according to the custom of England ; for by consent of the rest of the undertakers, in some after division, that parcel of land fell to his share ; and it is mentioned as his propriety, in his last will and testament, by the name of Mason Hall.
Page 191 - Mr. Dexter was a man of such rare endowments, that, in whatever age or nation he had lived, he would have been in the first rank of professional eminence. It is unfortunate, that he has left no written record of himself. The only monument of his fame rests in the frail recollections of memory, and can reach future ages only through the indistinctness of tradition or history. His glowing thoughts, his brilliant periods, and his profound reasonings, have perished for ever. They have passed away, like...
Page 12 - Thompson,1 with Mr. Edward Hilton, and his brother, Mr. William Hilton, who had been fishmongers in London, with some others, that came along with them, furnished with necessaries for carrying on a Plantation there. Possibly others might be sent after them in the years following, 1624 and 1625; some of whom first, in probability, seized on a place called the Little Harbor, on the west side of Pascataqua River, toward, or at, the mouth thereof; the Hiltons, in the...
Page 190 - O what are all my sufferings here, If, Lord, thou count me meet With that enraptured host to appear, And worship at thy feet ! Give joy or grief, give ease or pain, Take life or friends away, But let me find them all again In that eternal day.
Page 80 - To meet thy God prepare ! " He woke, and caught his Captain's eye ; Then, strong in faith and prayer, His spirit with a bound Left its encumbering clay ; His tent at sunrise on the ground A darkened ruin lay.
Page 120 - ... nigh Where we possess delight. 3 Our dearest joys, and nearest friends, The partners of our blood, How they divide our wavering minds, And leave but half for God! 4 The fondness of a creature's love, How strong it strikes the sense! Thither the warm affections move, Nor can we call them thence. 5 Dear Saviour, let thy beauties be My soul's eternal food; And grace command my heart away From all created good.