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1. JOHNm. 2 June 1635 St. Petrox, Dartmouth GRACE SAMMON adm. 9 July 1667 John was mentioned here in 1652. In 1660 Walter Winser from Hennock, Devon was apprenticed to him. He was a ropemaker, but here built shallops and with his sons carried on a fishing business at the Isles of Shoals. In 1651 he bought by an imperfect deed a house and land at Crooked Lane, Kittery. The land he claimed was cut down by Thomas Withers and by town grants to Dennis Downing, Richard Abbott, and William Leighton. He was on the jury in 1651, grand jury in 1653. He was a selectman in 1659 and clerk of the writs in 1663. Issue I. John- b.c.1639  II. Thomas- bpt. 30 Aug. 1641 St. Petrox, Dartmouth, m.1. Mary _____ (m.1.James Weymouth), m.2. int. 19 Apr. 1707 Jane Gaines (m.2.int. 11 Mar. 1709 Jonathan Wade), d.s.p. will 14 July 1707- 27 Apr. 1708  III. Andrew- b.c.1642, m. c.1668 Joan ____ (m.1.Roger Grant), 2. 24 July 1705 Marblehead, Elizabeth Eliot (m.2. int. 5 Apr.1707 Rev. Theophilus Cotton, d. 13 Oct. 1710 Hampton Falls)  2IV. GRACE- m. PETER LEWIS (b. 11 Sept. 1644, will 3 Feb.1712/3- 4 Apr. 1716) Ref: Genealogical Dictionary of Maine & New Hampshire- pp.195-6

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