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1. ANTHONYb.c.1613 Ipswich, Suffolk m.c.1650 SUSANNAH MATCHETT (b.c.1623, d. 10 Dec. 1717 Gloucester, MA) d. 23 Apr. 1707 Gloucester, MA Anthony arrived in the Paule from London 6 July 1635 with Leonard Betts, Master and bound for Virginia and his age was given as 22. He was a proprietor of Gloucester before 1645 and was one of the original settlers at Leominster, MA and later lived at Salem and Ipswich and he worked at the mills in Exeter for several years about 1653. Susannah was a servant to William Vinson who slandered her and Anthony defended her good name in court in Salem in 1649. Anthony was the Deputy Marshall of Ipswich in Nov. 1660. Issue I. Thomas- b.c.1651 Gloucester, MA, m.1. 30 Dec. 1673 Gloucester, Mary Langton (killed by lightning 15 July 1706 Gloucester, MA), 2. 25 Dec. 1707 Gloucester, Hannah Clark, d. 29 Jan. 1725/6 Gloucester, MA  II. Timothy- b.c.1653 Gloucester,MA, m. 24 July 1679 Gloucester, Phoebe Wilde (b.c.1653 Topsfield, MA, d. 8 Apr. 1728 Gloucester, MA, Phoebe was imprisoned for witchcraft in 1692.) d. 8 Apr. 1723 Gloucester, MA  2III. JOHN- b. 28 Apr. 1657 Gloucester, MA, m. 12 Dec. 1681 Gloucester, ABIGAIL (3) LEACH, d. 8 Mar. 1736/7 Gloucester  IV. Ezekiel- b. 12 Mar. 1659/0 Gloucester, MA, d. 12 July 1661 Gloucester, MA  V. Ezekiel- b.19 May 1662 Gloucester, MA, m. 27 Jan. 1690 Gloucester, Mary Rowe (b. 5 Feb. 1673 Gloucester, d. 1741 Gloucester) d. 18 Feb. 1724/5 Gloucester, MA  VI. Nathaniel- b. 9 Apr. 1665 Gloucester, MA, m. 13 Feb. 1690 Gloucester, Ruth Rowe (b.26 June 1671 Gloucester, MA, d. 10 May 1730 Gloucester) d. 5 Feb. 1735 Attleboro, MA  VII. Elizabeth- b. 2 Apr. 1667/8 Gloucester, m. 15 Jan. 1718/9 Gloucester, Lawrence Giddings, d. 6 Oct. 1728 Gloucester  VIII. Samuel- b. 25 Feb. 1669/0 Gloucester, MA, m.1. 9 Aug. 1692 Gloucester, Rachel Rowe (b. 10 Nov. 1668 Gloucester, d. 6 Sept. 1698 Gloucester) 2. 19 Aug. 1702 Priscilla Bishop (b.14 Aug. 1681 Beverly, MA, d. 1711) 3. 22 Apr. 1714 Mary Weeks, d. 11 Nov. 1749 Gloucester  IX. Joseph- b. 4 Apr. 1692 Gloucester, MA, m. 15 Aug. 1695 Gloucester, Elizabeth Gouge, d. 4 June 1742 Gloucester Ref: Some Ancestral Lines- Raymon Meyers Tingley, pp.85-7 History of the Town of Gloucester- John J. Babson, pp.79-80 Genealogical Dictionary of Maine & New Hampshire- p.189 Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England- Savage, Vol.II, p.25 2III. JOHN (ANTHONY 1) b.28 Apr. 1657 Gloucester, MA m. 12 Dec. 1681 Gloucester, MA ABIGAIL (3) LEACH (d. 9 Feb. 1726) d. 8 Mar. 1736/7 Gloucester, MA John was a soldier in King Philip's War and received a grant of land at Kettle Cove for his services. He was a witness at the witchcraft trials in July 1692.(1)

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Issue 3I. BETHIAH bpt.10 Feb. 1683 Gloucester, MA, m.8 May 1707 ANDREW (6) MILLETT  II. Jeremiah-bpt. 19 May, d. 9 June 1689 Gloucester, MA  III. Elizabeth- bpt.19 July 1690 Gloucester, MA, m.15 Jan. 1718/9 Lawrence Giddings of Gloucester (bpt.30 Mar. 1683, d. 8 May 1727)  IV. Sarah- bpt. 7 May 1698 Gloucester, MA, m. 24 Dec. 1719 Joseph Winslow  V. Abraham- bpt. 13 June 1701 Gloucester, MA, d. 21 June 1703 Gloucester, MA Ref: Some Ancestral Lines- p.86 History of the Town of Gloucester- pp.79,207 Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England- Savage, Vol.II, p.26

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