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Robert Hale of Kent, England and some of his Descendants

 

 Last Updated 06 March, 2011

Generation No. 1

      1.  Robert1 Hale was born 1609 in Kent, England, and died 19 July 1659 in Charlestown, Suffolk County Massachusetts.  He married Joanna Cutter in Cambridge, Middlesex County Massachusetts, daughter of Samuel Cutter and Elizabeth Leatherhead.  She was born Abt. 1612 in London England, and died 28 November 1681 in Charlestown, Suffolk County Massachusetts.

Notes for Robert Hale:
Robert Hale came to the Massachusetts Bay Colony from England around 1630.  In 1632, he and his wife Joanna are listed as founding members of the First Church in Charlestown.  Robert was one of this Church's first Deacons.

Robert was a blacksmith by trade, and was also employed by the Colony as a surveyor 1.

More About Robert Hale:
Census: Elizabeth Hale Smith
     
Children of Robert Hale and Joanna Cutter are:

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Rev. John2 Hale, born 03 June 1636 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts; died 15 May 1700 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

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Mary Hale, born 17 May 1639 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts2; died 13 April 1696 in Cambridge, Middlesex County Massachusetts.

 

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Zachariah Hale, born 03 April 1641 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts2; died 05 April 1643 in Cambridge, Middlesex County Massachusetts2.

 

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Samuel Hale, born 09 April 1644 in Charlestown, Suffolk County Massachusetts3; died 1679 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts.

 

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Joanna Hale, born 1647 in Charlestown, Suffolk County Massachusetts; died 18 August 1694.

 

Generation No. 2

      2.  Rev. John2 Hale (Robert1) was born 03 June 1636 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts4, and died 15 May 1700 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts5.  He married (1) Rebecca Byley 15 December 1664 in Ipswich, Essex County Massachusetts6, daughter of Henry Byley and Rebecca Swayne.  She was baptised 08 December 1636 at St. Edmund's, Salisbury, Wilts England7, and died 30 April 1683 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts8.  He married (2) Sarah Noyes 31 March 1684 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts9, daughter of Rev. James Noyes.  She was born 21 March 1655/56 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts10, and died 20 May 1697 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts11.  He married (3) Elizabeth Somerby 08 August 1698 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts12, daughter of Henry Somerby and Judith Greenleaf.  She was born 01 November 1646 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts, and died 15 March 1715/16 in Exeter, New Hampshire.

Notes for Rev. John Hale:
Rev. John Hale was the first minister at the First Parish Church in Beverly, ordained on 20 September 1667.  He graduated Harvard College 1657.  He served as Chaplain in Phipa's expedition against Canada in 1690.

One of the acts about which he became particularly noteworthy was his involvement in the Witchcraft delusion of 1692.  At first, he supported the process of seeking out and prosecuting accused witches.  However, after his wife Sarah was accused, he had a change of heart.  In 1697, after her death, he published a book "A Modern Inquiry into the Nature of Witchcraft", in which he condemned those who took a leadership role in the prosecutions14.

The inscription on his tombstone reads13:


     “Here lies buried ye body of ye Reverend John Hale, a pious and faithful minister of ye gospel and pastor of ye first gathered church of Christ in the town of Beverly who rested from his labours on ye 15th day of May, Anno Domini 1700 in ye 64th year of his age."

Notes for Rebecca Byley:

Rebecca is listed in the Ipswich VR as "Late of Salisbury in England, Gent.".  This is almost certainly the daughter of Henry and Rebecca Bylie of Salisbury, Essex County Massachusetts.  Henry died around 1648  Her mother sold the family estate for forty Pounds and on 24 April 1649 the Essex Probate Court ordered that the proceeds be applied for the benefit of Rebecca and her brother when they reached the age of majority (aged twenty one for Henry, seventeen for Rebecca). The Court allowed the money to be divided between William Partridge, Sam Dudley, and Rebecca Hall with surety, and named Christopher Batt and Lt. Robert Pike as overseers to insure the sum was paid when due.  On 1 October 1650 Rebecca's new step father, the Rev. William Worcester gave bond for his wife Rebecca's portion of the sum and surety for the remaining amount.  Rev. Worcester's will, proved 2 December 1662 indicates that Rebecca's inheritance be taken from his estate, and lovingly remembers her with a brass chafing dish and a book16.

Burial: Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts15

Notes for Sarah Noyes:
Sarah was accused of witchcraft in 1692.  Shortly afterwards, her husband reversed his position on the accusations.
Burial: Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts17
     
Children of John Hale and Rebecca Byley are:

 

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Rebeckah3 Hale, born 28 April 1666 in Salisbury, Essex County Massachusetts; died 07 May 1681 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts18.

More About Rebeckah Hale:
Burial: Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts19

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Dr. Robert Hale, born 03 November 1668 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts; died 12 January 1718/19 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts.

     
Children of John Hale and Sarah Noyes are:

 

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James3 Hale, born 14 October 1685 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts20; died 22 November 1742 in Ashford Connecticut.  He married Sarah Hathaway.

Notes for James Hale:
James graduated Harvard College c. 1703.  He was a tutor at Yale from 1707-1709.  He moved to Ashford Connecticut, and was ordained as its first minister on 26 November 1718

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Samuel Hale, born 13 August 1687 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts; died Bef. 1732 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

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Joanna Hale, born 15 June 1689 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts20.  She married Joseph Noyes 15 February 1709/10 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts21; born 20 September 1686 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts22.

 

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John Hale, born 24 August 1692 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts23.

 

Generation No. 3

      8.  Dr. Robert3 Hale (John2, Robert1) was born 03 November 1668 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts23, and died 12 January 1718/19 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts24.  He married Elizabeth ---24 04 February 1699/00 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts25.  She died in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts.

More About Dr. Robert Hale:
Burial: Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts26

Notes for Elizabeth ---:
There is no record of the maiden name of Elizabeth Hale.  However, in the parish records of the First Parish Church in Beverly, there is an entry for a William Cleark who married Elizabeth Stone.  The register indicates children born between 1668 and 1697.  If this is the same Elizabeth, then she is the daughter of Nathaniel Stone27.
     
Children of Robert Hale and Elizabeth --- are:

 

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Rebecca4 Hale, born 19 November 1701 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts28.

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Robert Hale, born 12 February 1702/03 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts; died 20 March 1767 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts.

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Henry Hale, born 19 December 1712 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts; died 30 September 1736 in Exeter New Hampshire.

 

      10.  Samuel3 Hale (John2, Robert1) was born 13 August 1687 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts28, and died Bef. 1732 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts.  He married Apphia Moodey 26 August 1714 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts29, daughter of John Moodey and Hannah Dole.  She was born 23 June 1693 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts30, and died 02 February 1753 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts31.

Marriage Notes for Samuel Hale and Apphia Moodey:

 

There is a question whether this Samuel Hale is the same as the one descended from Thomas Hale, Glover, of Newbury.  All genealogical records indicate that Samuel of Newbury died, unmarried around 1722.  There is a clear record of this marriage in the Newbury VR.
     
Children of Samuel Hale and Apphia Moodey are:

 

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Joanna4 Hale, baptised 19 June 1715 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts32.  She married Stephen Gerrish 15 July 1741 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts33; born in Contacook, New Hampshire.

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Richard Hale, born 28 February 1715/16 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts; died 01 June 1802 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.

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Maj. Samuel Hale, born 24 August 1718 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts; died 10 July 1807 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire.

 

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Hannah Hale, born 24 January 1719/20 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts34.  She married Joseph Atkinson 23 January 1744/45 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts35.

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John Hale, born 26 January 1720/21 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts; died Bef. 06 May 1783 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

Generation No. 4

      14.  Robert4 Hale (Robert3, John2, Robert1) was born 12 February 1702/03 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts36, and died 20 March 1767 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts.  He married Elizabeth Gilman 11 December 1723 in Exeter, Rockingham County New Hampshire37, daughter of John Gilman and Elizabeth ---.  She was born February 1701/02 in Exeter, Rockingham County New Hampshire38, and died 19 August 1736 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts38.

Notes for Elizabeth Gilman:
There is conflicting information as to whether Elizabeth was the daughter of Col. John Gilman, or his wife.  Her tombstone indicates she is the daughter.  Her marriage record to Robert indicates she was "Mrs. Elizabeth Gilman of Exeter New Hampshire"39.  The compiler supposes that the tombstone is correct.
     
Children of Robert Hale and Elizabeth Gilman are:

 

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Elizabeth5 Hale, born 18 July 1725 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts40.

 

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Rebecca Hale, born 27 May 1730 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts40; died 27 April 1732 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts41.

More About Rebecca Hale:
Burial: Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts42

 

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Rebecca Hale, born 05 February 1732/33 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts43; died 23 August 1736 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts44.

More About Rebecca Hale:
Burial: Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts45

 

      15.  Henry4 Hale (Robert3, John2, Robert1) was born 19 December 1712 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts46, and died 30 September 1736 in Exeter New Hampshire.  He married Anna --- 21 August 1735 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts47
     
Child of Henry Hale and Anna --- is:

 

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Henry5 Hale, baptized 18 July 1736 at First Parish Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts48; died 30 September 1736 in Exeter New Hampshire49.

 

      17.  Richard4 Hale (Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 28 February 1715/16 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts50, and died 01 June 1802 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.  He married Elizabeth Strong 21 May 1746 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.  She was born 02 February 1726/27 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut, and died 21 April 1767 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.
     
Children of Richard Hale and Elizabeth Strong are:

 

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Samuel5 Hale, born 25 May 1747 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died 17 April 1824 in Suffield Connecticut.

 

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John Hale, born 21 October 1748 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died 22 December 1802 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.

 

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Joseph Hale, born 12 March 1749/50 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died 29 April 1784 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.

 

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Elizabeth Hale, born 01 January 1750/51 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died 31 October 1813 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.

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Rev. Enoch Hale, born 25 October 1753 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died 04 January 1837 in Westhampton, Hampshire County Massachusetts.

 

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Nathan Hale, born 06 June 1755 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died 22 September 1776 in New York City, New York.

Notes for Nathan Hale:
Lt. Nathan Hale was hanged as a spy by the British in New York in September 1776.

After graduating Yale College, Nathan began a career as teacher in Connecticut. At the outbreak of hostilities, Nathan received a commission as Lieutenant in the Continental Army and had an unremarkable military career until he one day he overheard his commanding officer say he was in need of someone to spy on the British.  His friends and Commanding Officer advised him that he was much too honest to be a spy but he would not be dissuaded.  He was captured shortly after arriving in British held Long Island.  He is, arguably, one of the most famous of our Revolutionary War patriots; being forever remembered for his final words, "I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country."

 

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Richard Hale, born 20 February 1757 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died February 1783 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.

 

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Billie Hale, born 20 April 1759 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died 07 September 1785 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.

 

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David Hale, born 14 December 1761 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died 10 February 1822 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.

 

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Jonathan Hale, born 14 December 1761 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died 21 December 1761 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.

 

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Joanna Hale, born 19 March 1764 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died 22 April 1838 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.

 

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Susannah Hale, born 01 February 1766 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut; died March 1766 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.

 

      18.  Maj. Samuel4 Hale (Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 24 August 1718 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts51, and died 10 July 1807 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire52.  He married Mary Wright 23 May 1751 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire52, daughter of Thomas Wright.  She died 11 March 1811 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire52.

Notes for Maj. Samuel Hale:
Samuel Hale graduated Harvard in 1740.  In 1745, he went as Captain in a New Hampshire Regiment to the siege of Louisburg and returned as a Major.

He was, for nearly forty years, master of the Latin Grammar School at Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire.  He represented Portsmouth in the Legislature and was for several years Judge of the Court of Common Pleas.

In 1771 he was granted a tract of over 1200 acres of land adjoining Conway New Hampshire by Governor Wentworth, thence called "Hale's Location".

More About Maj. Samuel Hale:
More About Mary Wright:
Burial: North Cemetery, Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire
     
Children of Samuel Hale and Mary Wright are:

 

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Hannah5 Hale, born 04 March 1751/52 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire52; died 05 May 1756 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire52.

 

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Ann Hale, born 06 October 1753 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire52; died 03 November 1806 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire52.  She married Jonathan Chesley Chadbourn 15 February 179053.

 

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Mary Hale, born 25 November 1755 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire54; died 21 April 1817 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire54. She married Thomas Sheafe 30 March 1785 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire55; born 16 April 175255; died 04 September 1831 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire55.

 

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Samuel Hale, born 05 February 1758 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire56; died 29 April 1828 in Barrington New Hampshire57.  He married (1) Mary Rollins 179158; died 179359.  He married (2) Martha Weeks 179959.

 

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Thomas Wright Hale, born 17 July 1760 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire60; died 17 November 1843 in Barrington New Hampshire60.  He married Lydia Drew; born 10 October 176061; died 29 November 181861.

 

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John Hale, born 21 November 1762 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire62; died 13 July 1796 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire62.

 

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William Hale, born 06 August 1765 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire63; died 08 November 1848 in Dover New Hampshire63.  He married Lydia Rollins 30 April 179464; born 20 December 177264; died 06 July 1841 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire65.

 

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Elizabeth Hale, born 26 August 1768 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire66; died 01 December 1826 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire66.  She married Col. Ebenezer Thompson 17 October 1816 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire67.

 

      20.  John4 Hale (Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 26 January 1720/21 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts68, and died Bef. 06 May 1783 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts69.  He married Elenor Knight 26 October 1743 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts70, daughter of Benjamin Knight and Jane Toppan.  She was born 15 October 1720 in Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts71, and died 1781 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts72.

Notes for John Hale:
John Hale was a shoemaker who came to Squam Parish around 174673.
John Hale's death is recorded as "--- 1787" in Gloucester Vital Records, sourced from the family records of George D. Hale of Chicago Ill.  The date of the petition for probate of his estate indicates a much earlier date.

Probate: 06 May 1783, Essex County
     
Children of John Hale and Elenor Knight are:

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Samuel5 Hale, born 17 March 1745/46 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 1787 in England.

 

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John Hale, born 18 January 1747/48 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts74; died of Paralysis 06 May 1797 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts75.  He married Mary Harraden 04 October 1781 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts76; born 09 September 1750 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts77; died 23 November 1829 in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts78.

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Benjamin Hale, born 21 February 1749/50 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 15 May 1806 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

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Ebenezer Hale, born 24 April 1752 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts79.

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Jane Hale, born 25 April 1754 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

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Hannah Hale, born 30 August 1757 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts79; died April 1824 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts80.  She married James Tarr 31 October 1781 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts81; born March 1759 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts82; died 1782 at sea.

More About Hannah Hale:
Burial: 10 April 1824, Free and Independent Universalist Church

Notes for James Tarr:
James was lost on the Ship Tempest

 

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Sally Hale, born September 1762 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts83.

 

Generation No. 5

      29.  Rev. Enoch5 Hale (Richard4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 25 October 1753 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut, and died 04 January 1837 in Westhampton, Hampshire County Massachusetts.  He married Octavia Throop 30 September 1781 in New London Connecticut.  She was born 07 July 1754 in New London Connecticut, and died 18 August 1839 in Coventry, Tolland Connecticut.

Notes for Rev. Enoch Hale:
Rev. Hale was pastor of the Westhampton Congregation for many years up to the time of his death.
     
Children of Enoch Hale and Octavia Throop are:

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Nathan6 Hale, born 17 August 1794 in Westhampton, Hampshire County Massachusetts; died 09 February 1863 in Brookline, Norfolk County  Massachusetts.

 

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Sybella Hale, born 03 September 1797 in Westhampton, Hampshire County Massachusetts; died 31 January 1884 in Reading, Middlesex County Massachusetts.

 

      45.  Samuel5 Hale (John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 17 March 1745/46 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts83, and died 1787 in England84.  He married Lydia Parker

Notes for Samuel Hale:
Samuel graduated Harvard College in 1766 and was, for some time, a teacher at an academy near Portsmouth, Rockingham County New Hampshire. He later practiced as a Lawyer in that town.  At the outbreak of the Revolutionary War, he sided with the Loyalists, and went to England to live.  Nothing more is known about him. 84
     
Child of Samuel Hale and Lydia Parker is:

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John Parker6 Hale, born Abt. 1775; died 1819 in Rochester, Strafford County New Hampshire.

 

      47.  Benjamin5 Hale (John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 21 February 1749/50 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts85, and died 15 May 1806 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts86.  He married (1) Martha Woodbury 11 June 1772 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts87.  She died 17 August 1777 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts88.  He married (2) Lucy Tarr 13 January 1778 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts89, daughter of James Tarr and Lucy Pool.  She was born 21 August 1756 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts90, and died 22 March 1822 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts91.

More About Benjamin Hale:
Baptism: 13 August 1750, First Presbyterian Church, Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts92
Burial: Fifth Parish Cemetery Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts93

More About Lucy Tarr:
Burial: Fifth Parish Cemetery Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts93
     
Children of Benjamin Hale and Martha Woodbury are:

 

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John6 Hale, born March 1774 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts94.

 

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Capt. Benjamin Hale, born 05 March 1776 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts94; died 10 June 1818 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts95.  He married Judith ---; born Abt. 1782 in Ireland96; died 11 May 1853 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts96.

Notes for Capt. Benjamin Hale:
Capt. Hale is credited with bringing the Baptist faith to Cape Ann.  He was converted about 1801 while on board a ship laden with contraband goods bound for Madera that was almost shipwrecked in a storm97.

More About Capt. Benjamin Hale:
More About Judith ---:
Burial: Fifth Parish Cemetery Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts

     
Children of Benjamin Hale and Lucy Tarr are:

 

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William6 Hale, born November 1778 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts98; died Bef. 20 February 178799.

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Martha Hale, born 03 December 1780 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

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Lucy Hale, born 1783 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts100.  She married Ebenezer Davis 13 July 1801 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts101; baptised 05 December 1784 at Fifth Parish (Sandy Bay) Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts102.

 

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Eleanor Hale, born August 1785 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts103.  She married Benjamin Merrill 25 March 1806 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts104.

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Wiliam Hale, born Abt. 21 February 1787; died 04 April 1814 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

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Lois Cleveland Hale, born 07 June 1789105.  She married Isaac Jacobs 23 August 1807 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts106; drowned 1808 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts107.

 

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Sally Hale, born September 1792 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts108.  She married Nathaniel Tucker 03 December 1815 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts109.

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Harriett Hale, born July 1795 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 04 November 1856 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

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George Dennison Hale, born 10 May 1797 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 01 October 1867 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

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Lydia Hale, born July 1800 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts; died 07 February 1835 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

      49.  Jane5 Hale (John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 25 April 1754 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts110.  She married Benjamin Bredstreet Dennison 03 January 1776 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts111.  He was born 04 January 1751/52 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts112.
     
Children of Jane Hale and Benjamin Dennison are:

 

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Benjamin Bradstreet6 Dennison, baptised 01 December 1776 at Third Parish Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts112.

 

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Jane Hale Dennison, born 13 December 1778 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts113.

 

Generation No. 6

      52.  Nathan6 Hale (Enoch5, Richard4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 17 August 1794 in Westhampton, Hampshire County Massachusetts, and died 09 February 1863 in Brookline, Norfolk County Massachusetts.  He married Sarah Preston Everett 02 September 1815, daughter of Oliver Everett and Lucy Hill.  She was born 05 September 1796 in Dorchester, Suffolk County Massachusetts, and died 14 November 1866 in Brookline, Norfolk County Massachusetts.

Notes for Nathan Hale:
Nathan was the owner and editor of the Boston Daily Advertiser newspaper.
     
More About Sarah Preston Everett:
Child of Nathan Hale and Sarah Everett is:

 

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Edward Everett7 Hale, born 03 April 1822 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts; died 10 June 1909 in Boston, Suffolk County Massachusetts114.  He married Emily Baldwin Perkins 13 October 1852 in Hartford Connecticut.

Notes for Edward Everett Hale:
Edward was a Unitarian minister and one time Chaplain of the US Senate. He is most well known as the author of "Man without a Country", and many other short stories.

Edward Everett Hale was a full third cousin of Harriett Hale, and it is likely that she was aware of her connection to the Everett family.  Thus, when Harriett's grandson was born, in 1853, it seems likely that the name Everett came to mind to commemorate Senator Edward Everett.  The name came into common use within both branches of the Wainwright family after that time.

 

      54.  John Parker6 Hale (Samuel5, John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born Abt. 1775, and died 1819 in Rochester, Strafford County New Hampshire.  He married Lydia Clarkson O'Brien.  She was born Abt. 1780, and died 1832 in Rochester, Strafford County New Hampshire.
     
Child of John Hale and Lydia O'Brien is:

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Senator John Parker7 Hale, born 31 March 1806 in Rochester, Strafford County New Hampshire; died 19 November 1873 in Dover, Strafford County New Hampshire.

 

      58.  Martha6 Hale (Benjamin5, John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 03 December 1780 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts115.  She married William Smith 16 September 1797 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts116, son of William Smith and Lydia Husten.  He was born 04 December 1775 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts117.
     
More About William Smith:
Children of Martha Hale and William Smith:

 

      61.  Wiliam6 Hale (Benjamin5, John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born Abt. 21 February 1787, and died 04 April 1814 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts120.  He married Betsey Giddings Woodbury 11 January 1810 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts121, daughter of Epes Woodbury and Susanna Riggs.  She was born 05 February 1792 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts122, and died Aft. 20 April 1847.

Notes for Wiliam Hale:
William's birth date is calculated from the stated age at death.:
Burial: Fifth Parish Cemetery Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts

More About Betsey Giddings Woodbury:    
Children of Wiliam Hale and Betsey Woodbury are:

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William7 Hale, born 17 August 1811 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

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Albert Giddings Hale, born 13 April 1813 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

      64.  Harriett6 Hale (Benjamin5, John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born July 1795 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts123, and died 04 November 1856 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts124.  She married Thomas Wainwright125 October 1814 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts126, son of Thomas Wainwright and Lydia Lurvey.  He was born Abt. 1794 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts127, and died 20 November 1844 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts128.

Notes for Harriett Hale:
1850 census shows Harriett Hale Wainwright as head of family.  Among the persons living with her are:  George M. Mclaine, 9 years, and Martha H Mclaine, aged 6129.

The 1855 Massachusetts State Census shows Harriett Mclaine, 60, living with Thomas and Abby Wainwright in Rockport Massachusetts along with daughter Sarah, 15 and son George M, 14. 

Harriett's will, dated 9/13/1852 and proved 12/2/1856  shows William Whipple as executor.  She had real estate located across from the Universalist Church on Hale Street valued at $800.

More About Thomas Wainwright:
Children of Harriett Hale and Thomas Wainwright:

 

      65.  George Dennison6 Hale (Benjamin5, John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 10 May 1797 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts133, and died 01 October 1867 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts134.  He married Betsey Holland Tarr 07 February 1822 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts135, daughter of Charles Tarr and Nancy Lane.  She was born 19 April 1800 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts136, and died 27 March 1873 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts137.

Notes for George Dennison Hale:
George is listed in the 1850 Census, aged 53 living with wife Betsey H, aged 50 and children Elisabeth 24, George D Jr. 21, Lucy A 17, and Ellen 13138.

George served as the Collector of Customs for the District of Gloucester

More About George Dennison Hale:
More About Betsey Holland Tarr:
Burial: Fifth Parish Cemetery Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts
     
Children of George Hale and Betsey Tarr are:

 

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Unnamed7 Hale, born 15 March 1823139; died 15 March 1823 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts140.

 

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George Hale, born 19 April 1824 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts141; died 24 August 1825 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts142.

More About George Hale:
Burial: Fifth Parish Cemetery Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts

 

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Elisabeth Hale, born 01 January 1826 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts143.

 

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George Dennison Hale, born 19 February 1829 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts143.

 

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Martha Hale, born 31 May 1831 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts143; died 05 January 1843 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts144.

More About Martha Hale:
Burial: Fifth Parish Cemetery Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts

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88

vi.

Lucy Hale, born 04 August 1833 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

89

vii.

Charles T. Hale, born 27 November 1835 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts145.

More About Charles T. Hale:
Burial: Fifth Parish Cemetery Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts146

 

90

viii.

Eleanor Hale, born 21 August 1837 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts147.

 

      66.  Lydia6 Hale (Benjamin5, John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born July 1800 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts147, and died 07 February 1835 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts148.  She married Daniel Marchant 08 December 1822 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts149, son of Daniel Merchant and Thomasin Lane.  He was born in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts.
     
More About Daniel Marchant:
Child of Lydia Hale and Daniel Marchant is:

 

Generation No. 7

      70.  Senator John Parker7 Hale (John Parker6, Samuel5, John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 31 March 1806 in Rochester, Strafford County New Hampshire, and died 19 November 1873 in Dover, Strafford County New Hampshire.  He married Lucy Hill Lambert

Notes for Senator John Parker Hale:
John Parker Hale was a US Senator from New Hampshire, and the Minister to Spain.
     
Child of John Hale and Lucy Lambert is:

 

92

i.

Lucy Lambert8 Hale.

Notes for Lucy Lambert Hale:
Lucy was engaged to John Wilkes Booth at the time Booth assassinated Abraham Lincoln.

 

      74.  William7 Hale (Wiliam6, Benjamin5, John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 17 August 1811 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts189.  He married Jane Whalen 11 December 1834 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts190, daughter of Michael Whalen and Abigail Sargent.  She was born 16 July 1815 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts191.

Notes for William Hale:
William is listed in the 1850 US Census in Rockport, aged 40 living with wife Jane, aged 33 and children ELiza J 12, Delia 10, Mary O 6, and William 2.  He indicates he is a Light House Keeper192
Children of William Hale and Jane Whalen are:

 

106

i.

Sarah Jane8 Hale, born 14 May 1835 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts193.

 

107

ii.

Eliza Jane Hale, born 14 May 1838 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts194.

 

108

iii.

Adelia Hale, born 20 November 1840 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts195.

 

109

iv.

Mary Olive Hale, born 01 August 1845 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts195.

 

110

v.

William Hale, born 04 February 1848 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts196.

 

      75.  Albert Giddings7 Hale (Wiliam6, Benjamin5, John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 13 April 1813 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts197.  He married Mary Choate Blatchford 07 April 1839 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts198, daughter of John Blatchford and Margaret Marshall.  She was born 04 February 1819 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts200.
     
More About Mary Choate Blatchford:
Children of Albert Hale and Mary Blatchford are:

 

111

i.

Mary Choate8 Hale, born 13 July 1841 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts201.

 

112

ii.

Susan P Hale, born 17 October 1843 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts202.

 

113

iii.

Albert Hale, born Abt. 1846 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts.

 

114

iv.

Frank Giddings Hale, born 04 July 1849 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts203.

 

115

v.

Louisa Hale, born 19 April 1851 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts204.

 

      88.  Lucy7 Hale (George Dennison6, Benjamin5, John4, Samuel3, John2, Robert1) was born 04 August 1833 in Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts318.  She married Wiliam Knutsford 09 November 1862 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts319, son of John Knutsford and Anna Marshall.  He was born Abt. 1827 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts, and died 11 June 1886 in Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts320.
     
More About William Knutsford:
Child of Lucy Hale and Wiliam Knutsford:

 

 

Hale Family Endnotes

1.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p1.
2.  Pulsifer, David (compiler), "Early Records of Boston Massachusetts," NEHGR V4 (1850) pp267-274: p267.
3.  Pulsifer, David (compiler), "Early Records of Boston Massachusetts," NEHGR V4 (1850) pp267-274: p346.
4.  Pulsifer, David (compiler), "Early Records of Boston Massachusetts," NEHGR V4 (1850) pp267-274: p267.
5.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2,  p460.
6.  Ipswich Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Ipswich, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Salem, Essex County Massachusetts, The Essex Institute, 1910), V2, p200.
7.  J. Henry Lea, The English Ancestry of the Families Batt and Byley of Salisbury Massachusetts,  (NEHGR V51 (1897) pp183-188, pp348-355, V52, pp 44-50, pp321-322), p185.
8.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p460.
9.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p145.
10.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p367.
11.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p460.
12.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p145.
13.  Essex Institute Historical Collections, Miscellanea:  Inscriptions from the Old Burial Ground at  Beverly,  (Essex Institute, Salem, Essex County Massachusetts), 146.
14.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p2.
15.  Essex Institute Historical Collections, Miscellanea:  Inscriptions from the Old Burial Ground at  Beverly,  (Essex Institute, Salem, Essex County Massachusetts), 146.
16.  Essex County Massachusetts, Essex County Massachusetts Probate Court, V1, p103.
17.  Essex Institute Historical Collections, Miscellanea:  Inscriptions from the Old Burial Ground at  Beverly,  (Essex Institute, Salem, Essex County Massachusetts), 146.
18.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p460.
19.  Essex Institute Historical Collections, Miscellanea:  Inscriptions from the Old Burial Ground at  Beverly,  (Essex Institute, Salem, Essex County Massachusetts), 146.
20.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p161.
21.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p215.
22.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p362.
23.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p161.
24.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p460.
25.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p145.
26.  Essex Institute Historical Collections, Miscellanea:  Inscriptions from the Old Burial Ground at  Beverly,  (Essex Institute, Salem, Essex County Massachusetts), 146.
27.  Beverly Massachusetts, First Parish Church, Records of the First Church in Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts, 1667-1772,  (Salem, Essex County Massachusetts, Essex Institute, 1905), p16.
28.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p161.
29.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p218.
30.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p326.
31.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p707.
32.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p207.
33.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p215.
34.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p206.
35.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p215.
36.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p161.
37.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p145.
38.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p460.
39.  Essex Institute Historical Collections, Miscellanea:  Inscriptions from the Old Burial Ground at  Beverly,  (Essex Institute, Salem, Essex County Massachusetts), V3, p146.
40.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p161.
41.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p460.
42.  Essex Institute Historical Collections, Miscellanea:  Inscriptions from the Old Burial Ground at  Beverly,  (Essex Institute, Salem, Essex County Massachusetts), 146.
43.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p161.
44.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p460.
45.  Essex Institute Historical Collections, Miscellanea:  Inscriptions from the Old Burial Ground at  Beverly,  (Essex Institute, Salem, Essex County Massachusetts), 146.
46.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p161.
47.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p460.
48.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p161.
49.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p460.
50.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p210.
51.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p211.
52.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p6.
53.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p9.
54.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p6.
55.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p9.
56.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p6.
57.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p11.
58.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p10.
59.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p11.
60.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p6.
61.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p11.
62.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p6.
63.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p7.
64.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p12.
65.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p13.
66.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p7.
67.  Smith, Elizabeth Hale, Descendants of Major Samuel Hale,  (Cambridge:  The Riverside Press, 1902), p14.
68.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p207.
69.  Essex County Massachusetts, Essex County Massachusetts Probate Court, #12125.
70.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p215.
71.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p267.
72.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V3, p155.
73.  Babson, John J., History of the Town of Gloucester, Cape Ann, Including the Town of Rockport,  (Gloucester, Peter Smith Publisher, Inc. 1972 (reprinted from original, published in 1860)), p324.
74.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
75.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p460.
76.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p254.
77.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p324.
78.  Beverly Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Beverly, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p460.
79.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
80.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V3, p304.
81.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p254.
82.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p707.
83.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p316.
84.  Babson, John J., History of the Town of Gloucester, Cape Ann, Including the Town of Rockport,  (Gloucester, Peter Smith Publisher, Inc. 1972 (reprinted from original, published in 1860)), p324.
85.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
86.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V3, p155.
87.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p254.
88.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V3, p155.
89.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p254.
90.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p700.
91.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V3, p155.
92.  Newbury Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Newbury, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p204.
93.  Rockport Youth Commission, Old Parish Burial Grounds Survey,  (1985, privatee), V3, RB Sec 6.
94.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
95.  Pool, Ebenezer (1787-1878), Pool Papers,  (Six notebook volumes, trancribed and indexed), V4, p478.
96.  Rockport Youth Commission, Old Parish Burial Grounds Survey,  (1985, privatee), V3, RB Sec 6.
97.  Pool, Ebenezer (1787-1878), Pool Papers,  (Six notebook volumes, trancribed and indexed), V1, p82..
98.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p316.
99.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V3, p155.
100.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
101.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p253.
102.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p184.
103.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
104.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p254.
105.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
106.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p254.
107.  Pool, Ebenezer (1787-1878), Pool Papers,  (Six notebook volumes, trancribed and indexed), V4, p364.
108.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p316.
109.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p255.
110.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
111.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p254.
112.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p214.
113.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p216.
114.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, 1909:  V13, p133.
115.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p316.
116.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p253.
117.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p664.
118.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p508.
119.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p548.
120.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V3, p155.
121.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p255.
122.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p787.
123.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
124.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V102, p160.
125.  United States, Government of, 2nd Census of the United States, 1800.
126.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p558.
127.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p117.
128.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V14, p97.
129.  6th Census of the United States, 1850, Roll 315, Book 1 Page 163b.
130.  Garland, Joseph E, Guns off Gloucester,  (Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts:  Essex County Newspapers, Inc. 1975).
131.  Protection Certificate Registers, #526, 10 September 1812, as "Thomas Weinwright."
132.  Essex County, Massachusetts, Essex County Massachusetts Deeds, Book 212, Page 8.
133.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
134.  Rockport Youth Commission, Old Parish Burial Grounds Survey,  (1985, privatee), V3, RB Sec 6.
135.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p254.
136.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p702.
137.  Rockport Youth Commission, Old Parish Burial Grounds Survey,  (1985, privatee), V3, RB Sec 6.
138.  6th Census of the United States, 1850, Roll 315, Book 1, page 163b.
139.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p316.
140.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V3, p155.
141.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
142.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V3, p155.
143.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
144.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V2, p192.
145.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
146.  Rockport Youth Commission, Old Parish Burial Grounds Survey,  (1985, privatee), V3, RB Sec 6.
147.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p315.
148.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p104.
149.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p253.
150.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p65.
151.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p711.
152.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p661.
153.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V2, p471.
154.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V283, p265.
155.  Pool, Ebenezer (1787-1878), Pool Papers,  (Six notebook volumes, trancribed and indexed), V3, p207.
156.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p608.
157.  Rockport Massachusetts, Town of, Vital Records of Rockport, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p73.
158.  Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts, City of, Vital Records of Gloucester, Essex County Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p713.
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177.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Marriages, V144, p208.
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182.  Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, Massachusetts Vital Records:  Deaths, V156, p261.
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192.  6th Census of the United States, 1850, Roll 315, book 1, page 186a.
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