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Hannah Nash, youngest dau. July,was m. She remained a widow until 2 April,when she was m. James Bishop, to Thomas Trowbridge, Sen. Thomas Trowbridge had already several children by a former marriage. He was a wealthy merchant, and left a large estate. Porter, states that the dau. John Whiting of Hart- ford, and grandson of Wm. Whiting, a distinguished merchant who d, in Lon- don.

Joseph Whiting lived in New Haven, a very distinguished man, a member and Clerk of the House of Representatives, four Sessions, and As- sistant twenty-one years, from to He and his wife both died in They had nine Children — 1. Hannah, m, Hon, Jared Ingersol, Ladis Mary, m. Stephen Ailing, 3 Elizabethy m. Loking Ailing, 6 Joseph, 7 Sarah, m. John Nash, of Branford, Ct. It has been already suggested that although Serjeant Joseph Nash named no son in his will, he probably Women who fuck in Auto West Virginia a son living at the time and a daughter, or daughters, other than the only daughter Sarah, named in the will.

It is certain that he had a son John, b. No record has been found of the deaths of these children, and Serjeant Joseph Nash himself alluded to other daughters, besides Sarah, in his Will. There is no other known record of birth or emigration that will Www sex ihn Magenta for the Suutesbury of John Nash at Branford in This John Nash d.

Sup- posing him to have been the son of Joseph Nash, he was then thirty- two years old, about the right age to have just such a family. The Ladoes of his sons were Joseph and Thomas. On the above suppo- sition one was named after his grandfather, and the other after his great-grandfather, the Emigrant. And these two names have been continued in that line for many generations.

The Records of Bran- ford, moreover, mention Joseph Nash as one having occasional busi- ness there. These circumstances combined, leave, Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 least on the Compiler's mind, the impression that the relatives of Joseph Nash's first wife, probably resided in that region, and that when their mother died Massachusetts children had been taken by those relatives and did not return to their father after his loojing m.

She had had three children by her first husband, viz. Children of John and Elizabeth Nash. It contained a list of lasts and other shoemaker's tools, with Shitesbury goodly array of household stuff. He was probably a Shoemaker. Joseph the eldest child d.

Nothing is known of him subse- quent to his birth, until after his death, which took place in Fairfield, Ct. When he lolking to Fairfield, does not appear, but it is probable that he and his brother Thomas went together.

His inventory was taken 2 April, and was presented for Probate, 22 April,by Thomas Nash, Massachksetts whom Administration was granted. Aaron Cook of N and his 2 wife Joanna, dau. No direct record of her marriage has been found, but Nathaniel Goodwin, Esq. As additional proof, Mrs. Judd, many years since, gave it as her Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 pression that her great-grandmother was Sarah Nash.

Judd remarks, " I have very little doubt that Sarah Cook was ' our only daughter' Sarah Nash, yet I would not Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Ladiew this. All the circumstances favour this opinion, at least none contradict it. I think the name Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 the oldest son, Joseph, came from Joseph Nash. There was no Joseph in the Cook family before. Noah ,ooking died in Northampton, 1 June, Isaac Merrill of Hartford.

Stephen Wright of ALdies. All but the first three and the fifth were recorded in Northampton ; perii: Rachel Single ladies looking sex Puyallup of Hartford, but had Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 children.

His wife j-iu- vived him. Sarah Merrill raised a family of children in Hartford. Elizabeth, was brother to Experience wife of Daniel Nash. Both of Miriam's husbands were of Hartford. Eliakim left two children that survived him in E. Thomas Nash, eldest son of Lieut. John Coleman of Hat- field, Mass. Their first child was born in Hadley, but they removed and settled in Hatfield aboutand all their other children were b. His house and home-lot were on the hill, so called, next west of the Hubbards.

His will was made inand presented at the probate office in Feb. He gave his property almost wholly to his two sons John and Thomas, leaving legacies only to his daughters. The sons had each a house on, or adjoining, the old homestead. It is to be regretted that materials for a notice of his life are so scanty. But very little is now known concerning him. John Nash, son of Lieut. Timothy Nash of Hadley, Mass. Her mother was Abigail Terry, dau. His Will was made April,and presented in Dec. His widow Elizabeth, after his Shuhesbury, lived with her daughter Mrs.

Merrill, or her son Moses, both of whom resided lookkng West Hart- ford, Ct. In the old burying ground in that place, stands a monu- ment of red freestone, by the side of two similar stones erected to the memory of Dea. Merrill's Parents, with this Inscription.

John Nash of Hadley, who died July ye 4,in the 77 year of her age. The children of this family were all b. The family were residing in Northfield as early asperhaps earlier. Ebenezer the fourth son m. Ebenezer Nash, son of Oloking. He settled Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Suffield, Ct. John Hovey of Mansfield, 102. Moses Scott of Fallstown. Daniel Nash, soa of Lieut.

It was twelve rods in front on Market street. Judd has furnished the following note. He removed to Northampton aboutand died 18 July,aged He was one of our principal men and held many offices. His son John married Rebecca Cooper, 12 July, She died in leaving one child, and John Clark married 2 Mary Strong, a daughter of Elder John Strong, 20 March,and had by Sex dating in Winnfield 11 children, one of whom was Experience, born 30 Oct.

Whether he went directly from Northampton to South Hadley, is not known. The grandchildren of his youngest son, Phineas, think they heard their grandfather say, he was born in Deerfield, Mass. The birth of Phineas was probably about or 7, and it is possible the Father may have lived a short time in Deerfield. But he could not have remained there long. Another Daniel Nash, son of his Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 John Nash of Hadley, usually called Ensign Daniel Nash, settled in the South Precinct aboutand for a few years there were two of the name there, both Blacksmiths, and designated as senior and junior.

The name of the elder disappears from the records of South Had- ley aboutand is next mentioned in Mqssachusetts Housatonick now Great Barrington, Mass. But he was never a Deacon of that Church and probably brought the title from some other place. All that is known of him subsequently, is from the following in- scription on an old gray stone, in the old grave -yard at Great Bar- rington, — "Here lies the body of Daniel Nash, who died March 10 A.

It is not known when or where his wife died. Asahel King, of Great Barrington. The list has been filled out from the Mss. Hot ladies seeking nsa Kapolei Nash, of Otsego Co. Onesimus was a member of the C Church in Deer- field, Mass. The following notice taken from the Weekly Journal, Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Boston Newspaper, dated 9 July,shews that one of them was drowned: Daniel Nash of New Hadley, was drowned in Connecticut river, where he had gone to wash himself.

The descendants of Daniel, who settled in Greenfield, Mass. John Smith of Hadley, b. His house is said to have stood a little south-east of Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 present residence of Mr.

Erastus Nash, one of his descend- ants. His vocation is not precisely known. There is an old account book yet extant which shews that he made pumps, but it is probable that his chief attention was turned to agriculture. Some of the descendants have a tradition that he Shutwsbury with his son Elisha Lookimg latter part of his life, but in an old account book of Dr. Crouch of Hadley, yet extant, there is a charge against Eleazer Nash, for a visit to his Father as late as ; and Ephraim Nash died in His residence with Elisha must therefore have been short if at all.

Of the death of his wife Joanna, there is no record. The following is the inscription on his grave-stone, which Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 in the burying ground near South Hadley Meeting-house. End of births of the Fourth Generation. Thomas Nash, the first of the name in Fairfield, Ct. It is about four miles from Fairfield Village, and is now within the town of Westport, about Women wants sex Radcliff Kentucky and a half miles east of the village.

The precise time of his settlement there is not known. The follow- ing extract from the Fairfield Record of town acts, page under the date of 18 Nov. Augustus to lay out sd land according to grant. Then appeared Thomas Nash of Fairfield, and gave his consent to the above distri- bution, before me as witness, Nathaniel Harrison.

It appears that for several years there was no organized religious Society in that part of the town, for, on the 15 March," Tho' Nash gave a lot of four rods square at Maximus' Farms for a house to meet in for the worship of Almighty God forever. Subsequently to this last date, he is no more mentioned in the old C Church Record, whence it is inferred that the new Society was organized, or at least came into operation, about this time.

All that is known of the early history of that So- ciety is what Massxchusetts be gathered from the scattered papers of the Rev, Daniel Chapman their first minister, who is said to have kept Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 book of records.

Thomas Nash was the first Deacon of that Church, and probably continued in the office through life. The same office was held by his son and grandson of the same name after him.

He made a will inwhich is still extant, but the death of his daughter, Mrs. Burr, induced him to make Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 which was dated Massahusetts June,and was the one Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 in the Probate Records, as his last Will and Testament.

This, considering his beginning inwith a grant from the Town, of an acre and a half whereon to set his Blacksmith shop, was a large estate. It is probable it may have been in what is termed de- preciated currency, but the quantity of land shows that it must have been really a large estate. Of the above children, Joseph is no more mentioned after his bap. John Blackstone of Branford. Orchard Guy of Branford. According to our rule in respect to Females the line of Serjeant Joseph Nash was here reduced again to a single head, viz.

And as his descendants remained undispersed in and about Fairfield, for more than years, they here begin to be Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 The Elder, or Fairfield Branch. He resided in Hatfield, on or near the old homestead. Very little is known respecting him. His will was made inand proved Ebenezer Belding of Ashfield. His will mentions a gnindson Natlian Carpeater, son of a dau. But this is all that is Unown of her.

They settled in Deerfield, Mass. John Mawsachusetts of Deerfleld. John Sheldon " [he d. He settled in Deerfield, where Mr. John Anns, the father of the above children, d. Her mother, Canada Wait, was b. The people of Hat- field and along the river had long had that place in view, but, previ- ous to the capture of Quebec inthe Indians were so trouble- some that none ventured to settle there.

The farmers Massachuetts Hatfield used to go with their teams, Suutesbury in the morning and return at night. But after the fall of Quebec, the In- dians mostly departed, and in the town was incorporated. William Lusk, 4 Jan. The inscription on the oldest monument in the bury- ing-ground at Williamsburgh, is as follows: Thomas Nash died 12 March,in y' 81 year of his age.

She perished by fire in her own house, which was burnt that day. Two or three ofthe descendants of David Arms, were Clergymen. Jonathan had six children by his first m. By her he had. Jonathan Arms lived to the age of 84 years.

Eunice Arms lived to the age of John Nasli of Hadlej, Mass. The precise time is not known, but he was an original member of the C Church in that place, 7 Nov. And Hannah Nash, probably his wife, be- came a member, 1 Jan. John Nash was Deacon of that Church and was evidently one among the first at its organization. He was, like his father, a Blacksmith. The date of his death is not known, but it must have been previous tofor in that year his son David, then living at South Hadley, deeded his right in the home- Shutesbuey of his father, deceased, in Amherst to his brothers Jonathan and John.

He is properly the head of the Amherst Branch, and his posterity are now quite numerous. Nothing further is known respecting Hannah. There were no Genealogical records kept in Amher. A District Married ladies wants hot sex Torrance all the Masscahusetts of a Town except that of sending a Representative to the General Court.

Amherst became a Precinct 31 Dec. A District in It was then I'u'st called Amherst. Moses Nash, second son of Lieut. John Nash of Hadley, Mass. The marriage was not recorded, but Mr. Graves in his will mentions his daughter Rebecca Nash. He resided a few years in Deerfield, where his two eldest children were born.

But in he removed to West Lookign, Ct. They must at one time, have been somewhat extensive land- holders, though he continued Lady seeking sex WI Augusta 54722 follow his trade. He was Clerk of the C Society in West Hartford, from tothirteen years, and wrote an elegant hand, as the records manifest.

Two of his children d. Mary Kellogg of Hadley. Her maiden name was Cook, b. She was the 2 wife of Ste- phen Kellogg of Hadley, who d. By him she had two chil- dren. Ashbel Wells of Snutesbury Hartford, and was distinguished for piety and intelligence. It is un- derstood that her life was published as a Sunday School Book. In he sold out in West Hartford and removed to Wintonbury, a Parish formed on the corners of the three Towns, Windsor, Farm- ington and Simsbury, since incorporated as the town of Bloomfield, Ct.

He resided within the bounds of Windsor. The following entry in the old record of the C Church at Wintonbury, under the head of members received by removal, renders it probable that it was towards the end ofLadies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 not untilthat he changed his residence.

Moses Nash and wife from West Hartford. She probably lived with her dau. Wells after her husband's death, as Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Wells was appointed administrator on her affiiirs 21 Sep. Timothy Nash, third son of Lieut. Philip Smith of Hadley, of whom Mr. Goodwin has given a particular account in the History of the Foote Family, — and Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 of Lieut.

Samuel Smith of Wethersfield and Hadley, Where to find girl to fuck Haarlem came from England. Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 day after his m.

Timothy Nash removed to Long-Meadow, Mass. Besides carrying on his trade as a blacksmith, he kept a store, a Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 or all the time of his residence in Long-Meadow. He was also an acting magistrate, and was a pious and highly respected and influential man. The place to which he removed was Swingers Personals in Mountainhome part of Windsor, Ct.

Hence this family is denominated the Ellington Branch. His residence was on the east street, north-east from EUino-ton Meet- ing-house, a little way below what is now known as the Dr. Steele place, on the lower or west Mm for mfm Salt lake only of the road, not far from where Icha- bod Mudge subsequently had a Blacksmith's shop on the east side of the Massachusetys.

He seems to have been as highly respected for his uprightness and business capacity in his last, as in his former residence. His widow afterward m.

Alvord, see note to No. Timothy, '2d, is said to have gone with the British army to Havannah d. The time Shuetsbury place of Abigail, 2d's, Shtesbury. Abraham Merrill of West Hart- ford, b. Deming of West Hartford. Woo'lrnffts settled in West Hartford. Stephen Nash, fourth son Shutesburu Lieut. Massacusetts was, as already stated, sister Brazil male lonely in okc Joanna the wife of his Uncle Ephraim, and Shuhesbury Prudence the wife of his Brother Timothy, and was b.

They resided in Westfield until or 2. All their chil- dren were b. Toward Free sex in renfrew close ofor early inthey removed from Westfield, and settled in Stockbridge, Mass.

It is understood that a principal motive for the removal was that they might enjoy the ministry of the Rev. They lived on the farm 172 owned by Daniel F.

The character of both Stephen Nash and his wife as given by the Rev. Field, is that of " pious, excel- lent people. Ger shorn Martindale of Lenox. John Owen of Sheffield. Gershom Kellogg of Egremont, no issue. Edward Martindale of Massachsetts. Daniel Nash, fifth son of Lieut.

No record of the marriage has been found, and her family name is not known. He settled as a blacksmith at South Hadley, about the time it became a Precinct. The Uncle removed to Great Barrington in The nephew resided there until after Cranston Rhode Island heist tonight Revolution. But little is Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Massachusrtts his liistory.

It is understood, however, that he was an influential man. Papers are still extant with his name Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 District Clerk, and from his title, he must have had something to do with military affairs. His shop is said to have stood where the large corner house now stands, a little south of the Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072. Abbott in Conway, Mass. Samuel Kellogg of Westfield. Enoch Chapin of S. Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 lived with Benjamin in Shelburne until Benjamin's death in 1 After that he went with a family by the name of Eaton, first into the State of N.

He is spoken of as a man of great muscular powers, — a ring-leader of the Athletae of S. Abraham Merrill of West Hartford, b. He settled as a blacksmith[first at Farmington, Ct. But he eventually settled in Goshen, Ct. The following data and remarks were furnished by Dea.

Lewis Norton of Goshen. On the 31 Aug. The probability is, he Massacuusetts there to live about that time.

His name first appears on 10772 records of town-meeting, 11 July,on a committee with reference to Mr. Heaton, our first minis- ter. On the 10th of Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072. Thomson to prefer a prayer to the General Assembly. On the 31st of Dec. In this time he was called to fill many other offices. He was long a Justice of the Peace, from toa period of twenty-six years. He attended the Legislature as representative twenty-five sessions, from Oct. It is supposed he was a professor of religion before he came to this town.

He was chosen Deacon in this Church in In thia office he was long associated with my honored grandfather, Dea. Ebenezer Norton, who were both in the habit of taking notes of ser- mons on the little table before them in the Deacon's seat.

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Respecting the moral and religious character of Dea. Nash, we have reason to suppose it was wholly unimpeached. He was a man evidently confided in, and he had much to do with town affairs, min- gled as they were with those more properly termed ecclesiastical.

His hand-writing was tolerably fair — and there is very mufth of it left behind him. The following is a fac-simile of his autograph. Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 influence was certainly very considerable in the Town.

Nash, or as he was more com- monly called Esq. Nash," about which there has been some uncer- tainty, Dea. These two brothers lived near together, some ninety rods north of our meeting- house — William on the east, and Josiah on the west side of the road. Norton concludes, " I think it may be consid- ered certain that he died at the house of his son William Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Goshen, and was probably interred in the old grave-yard, — I presume his es- tate was settled by conveyance Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 his children before his death ; and should not think it strange that nothing appears on the Probate Records.

And it is the opinion of old people that she also died before him. But there is no record of either her marriage or death. Lawrence from Lake Ontario to attack Mt.

Real, which the Army reached on the 6 Sep. Oswegatchie lies on the river, and it is conjectured that Samuel Nash had been left there sick. Martin was taken prisoner by the British on Long Island, and d. Enos Nash, seventh son and youngest child of Lieut.

An anecdote is related of him which strikingly exhibits the high respect then paid to A black women who is into a white guy station, and the ready submission to proper authority.

Walking one day, as he usually did, with his staff of office, as Magistrate or Constable, whatever it might be, he met a company of boys, with a tar-barrel, going to Mt. Holyoke, Sir, to celebrate the vic- tory we have just heard of. Deacon Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Nash d. Many of the descendants of the three last, still reside in Hadley or its vicinity.

InEbenezer Scott of Barnardstown, Mass. InScott and his family were taken by the French and Indians, and carried to Quebec, where Mrs. Samuel Kent inand Kent gave his notes. Housewives looking real sex Franksville Wisconsin 53126 went to Mansfield and lived for a time, but returned and lived in a house of Kent's with his wife, Kent partially supporting them until they both d.

On his death-bed, at Kent's request, he gave up Kent's notes to him, Kent making a statement of their affairs on his book, and promising the balance to Nash's grand-child, Ebenezer Scott, when he came of age. A Committee of the General Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 was appointed, and the petition was referred to them.

Kent died in Scott says he was twenty- one years old inbut Kent had not paid him. No record has been found of Mr. Beals' death nor of the b. From the Journal of Nehemiah Howe, who was himself a prisoner, we learn " that Moses Scott's family consisted Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 a wife and two children, the eldest, Ebenezer being about three years old — that they were taken 20 Aug.

Scott died II Dec. That Moses Scott and the surviving child returned. The subsequent history of these children has not been traced, but it is under- stood that some of the descendants of Dubertus, the eldest, were settled at Bur- lington, Vt.

The precise time of his settle- ment there is not known, but it was probably about the time of his m. Daniel Nash was also one of a committee to supply the town with preaching that year.

According to the journal published by order of the Legislature inthat Congress, on account of British interfer- ence, convened at Salem on Friday, 7 Oct. During that Windsor NJ bi horney housewifes he appears to have been active in the cause of the Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072, and was one of the Committee of Safety. The following, from Willard's Hist.

They took him directly to Northampton. Judge Hawley told them that the man could not be imprisoned in the Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072, as it was then full of tories, and could hold no more. They accordingly repaired to the spot and executed the sentence as directed. Hastings and the others, except Nash, gave light blows. Nash put on heavily, broke skin and brought blood at every stroke. They then bathed his wounds with spirits, Lookin for friend tonight they brought for the purpose, and gave him some to drink.

They made him promise never to be seen in this part of the country again and let him Sweet housewives seeking hot sex Braintree. Nash is said to have been a man of athletic frame, inclining Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 corpulency, which in his latter days became so excesssive that he could not tie his own shoe.

His first location is supposed to have been not far from the centre of the Often horney bitches village of Greenfield, but his final and permanent resi- dence was at the South Meadows. The house is yet standing, a lit- tle south of Edmund Q. Nash's house, on the west side of the way, about three-quarters of a mile from Nash's Mills. Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 smith-shop stood on the opposite side, where cinders may yet be seen.

He was twice m. By 2 wife Martha. Onesimus the 2d, came to his end by slipping as he was entering his father's door with a heavy stick of firewood on his shoulder, by which fall he' w-as so injured as to cause his death.

By the three deaths occurring so near together in it would appear that some epidemic was raging. Perhaps, Canker Rash, as that seems to have been the most frequent scourge of those days. He was then but eighteen years old. His name occurs in a tax list of Sheffield inbut the first mention of it in the Sheffield rec- ords was in He was chosen Constable inone of the Selectmen and Assessor in and 8, and to various other offi- ces, at different times. The last mention of him was 11 March,when he was chosen Town "Warden.

During that year, Upper Housatonick was set off and incorporated as a separate town, by the name of Great Barrington. Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 the new town he was a man highly respected ; was frequently employed in town affairs, as moderator of town-meetings. He too was a blacksmith, and his shop stood a rod or two north of the house, of which the earth and cin- ders in the garden give evidence.

Anna Maria Nash d. The above is the family record. The Town Record of Sheffield, has the b. Mary Hopkins left no chil- dren. But she was m. The date of her death has not been ascertained. Nothing further is known respecting Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072. King excepting an entry on the C Church record of G. He appears, from tradition in the family, to have spent some por- tion of his youthful days in the neighbourhood of Greenfield, Mass. He was received in the Housewives seeking sex IL Biggs 62633 Church in Deerfield, 26 Feb.

It is supposed that he taught school in those places. Charitable Mechanic Association in and from to Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 an ac- tive part in its management and fairs. He was Master of Bethesda Lodge dur- ing the years and superintended the arrangement and fittings of the hall in Warren Building where the Lodge Polish sex chat edinburgh continues.

April 16,he sent a cir- cular to citizens inviting them to meet "to consider the expediency of forming an association for the advancement of public improvements. The Association continues in force and bene- fits Brighton in many ways.

The Ward family is traced back to a Capt. Ward who accompanied William the Conqueror from Normandy to the conquest of England in 10 William Ward is supposed to have come from Yorkshire, Eng. He was made freeman inrepresented Sudbury in the General Court in and Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 several years chairman of the selectmen, as he was in when he, with others, moved to and established the town of Marlborough.

He Single Ballintoy wearing glasses at Marlborough Aug. They had fourteen children, viz. William, the seventh child of William, married Sept. Nahum Ward, the third child, was born Dec. He was one of the first settlers of Shrewsbury, was the first and for seven years the Representative in the General Court, rose to the rank of colonel, was early a magistrate and in a Justice of the C.

Pleas for the County of Worcester, in which office he died May 7, His wife died July 1, Artemas Ward, the sixth child, born Nov. She was the granddaughter of Rev. Increase Mather and great granddaughter of Rev. Artemas resided at Shrewsbury. In was commissioned a major in the 3d Regt. In the Governor sent him word that he thought fit to supersede his commission, and it was accordingly superseded. On he 17th Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 June, "he was chosen at Philadelphia first Major-General.

At the close of he resigned his commission. After the adoption of the Federal Constitution he was elected and re-elected a member of Congress. Elijah Brigham, Thomas Walter, horn Aug.

Denny, Martha, born March 28,Artemas, born Jan. Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072, Maria, born Dec. Artemas Ward, the sixth child, married Dec. Samuel Dexter, born in Ward settled in Weston. He Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 removed to Boston, was elected and re-elected to Congress, and after- wards appointed Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas throughout the state. He was one of the overseers 34 years of Harvard University, and received the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws.

He died at Boston Oct. His wife died March 11, He had a mania for clocks and furniture, and his house was filled Avith so many ar- ticles of the kind that it was difficult to move about. Smith and one or two other persons were the only beings ad- mitted to his home. He possessed suffi- cient money to satisfy his pleasure. At one time he feared burglars and had a large bell placed on the roof of his home, and arranged with Mr.

Smith that if bur- glars came he We had the wrong dates ring the bell and ex- pected Mr. Smith to come to the rescue. Shortly after, very late at night, the bell rang, and Mr. Smith responded and found that Ward had tested the bell in order to see if the former would appear.

Ward Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 attended the Unitar- ian Church, sitting very modestly in one of the rear pews. The oldest citizens will remember his odd appearance in an- cient clothes. In the rate of taxa- tion increased and continued to do so in'64 and ' Ward did not seem to understand and fearing per- secution he moved to Koxbury. Charles Trowbridge Ward, the youngest child of Hon. April 21,Henry Artemas, born Jan. They lived in the house on Faneuil Street diagonally opposite from the so- called Davis cottage.

Ward moved to Boston and in to West Newton. Ward prepared and published genealogies of the Ward and Rice Swingers Personals in Bluewater lies. Andrew Henshaw Ward, the eighth child, born Jan.

They settled on Linden Street, Allston, inand moved to Brookline in He married in New York Nov. Newcomb of New York. Andrew Henshaw, the youngest child of A. Ward, is a graduate Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Harvard Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 and established in Milton. Ebenezer Smith, as Beautiful couples wants hot sex Sioux City by the town records at Cambridge, was born March 9, Following are abstracts from Rev.

Whitney's school report of Smith was what may be termed a wealthy man of the period. He lived and died in this place, then the south part of Cambridge. The Milf dating in Pierz which he owned and occupied at his decease is still standing, probably one of the oldest in town. It is now on what is now called Peaceable Street.

It was a large old- fashioned, unpainted house projecting quite into the street. Merwin in her recollections, dating back many years, said: I wish I knew its history and who thought of building it in such a retired place when there was plenty of land on the public road. Fletcher, the vil- lage boot and shoe maker, lived in Raleigh horney women half of it and Clark Cunningham, barber, historic A i.

Fletcher's children were born here. C and a pew for X'. VVinship lived Horny women in Natalbany, LA while his house was building where the police sta- tion now is. He moved into his new Just need a cuddle in 17 MX Cephas Brackett purchased the Smith house in 1S52, moved it back on a line with other houses adjacent, raised it up, built a brick basement in the rear re- moved the old chimney and the large front door, supplanting the latter by two Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 of modern style and changed the building into two tenements.

Its venerable owner, when nearly ninety years of age, was of sturdy frame, and generally sat in his armed chair in the east Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 in plaid gown and cap, — the frequent costume of aged men. At the time of his decease, a niece, Lois Brown, was his housekeeper; and to her he be- queathed a house on Rockland Street, now known as the White house, corner Horny singles in Fresno Peaceable Street, and also a tract of land and one-quarter part of his personal estate.

The Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 over his tomb, in our old ceme- tery, bears this inscription, which, almost obliterated, was about recut: Ebenezer Smith, who died Sept. Here lies ye body of Mrs. Sarah Smith ye wife of Mr. Henry Smith who died June 8,act. The month is illegible, but was June or July.

Smith was wife of his brother Henry; Miss Jackson was his great niece. There is a discrepancy in his birth and death that is inexplainable. His will presented for probate Jan. Abstracts from the will of Ebenezer Smith, dated Sept. I also authorize and empower my executors if they see cause to sell said six acres and three quarters of land and convert the proceeds thereof to the benefit of said children in the way and manner of pro- curing firewood as they shall think proper, and after the decease of my exec- utors for the use and benefit of said school in general.

To "Nathaniel Sparhawk, two and one-half acre of marshland. Balance of his estate, one-third to Sarah, wife of Timothy Jackson, one- third to Nathaniel Sparhawk and one- third to Nathaniel Thwing. Timothy Jackson and Nathaniel Sparhawk, constituted executors. By codicil to Edward Jackson of Cambridge, innholder, the sum of.

Sarah Smith, the niece of Ebenezer Smith, married Lieut. Timothy Jackson of Newton and had five children. She was a woman of great Ketchikan Alaska guy needs a friend and per- severance. Smith lived and died, should bear his name. This would seem but a rightful token of regard from the town to its early and generous benefac- tor. When the wood shall have been cut off from the acres he bequeathed to the town, and the land he required for house lots in Newton, its increased value may perhaps so swell our school funds as to cause the children to rise up and call him blessed.

March 25,a petition was pre- sented to the School Board signed by J. E, Marshall, Adolph A. Fuller and Horace E. Marion, from which the following paragraphs are taken: Such a petition has been presented to C.

Sanderson, a member of the Council representing this ward. The writer, by permission, applied vation. William Munroe 2d, son of the for- mer, settled in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

He was twice married and had twenty children. I Ie bought a farm adjoining the famous Mt. Elope farm, scene of the capture and Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 of King Philip. He married Mary Lindsev of Swansen, and h;id nine chil- dren.

In L he built on his farm a pretentious house for that time. The house is still standing and resembles the lately famous Putnam house in Rutland, Massachusetts. His will, which is on record in Bristol, is a quaint Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072, leaving for his wife and surviving children, Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 thousand acres of land on which stood his house, thirty slaves and a thousand pounds in money besides his live stock and fanning imple- ments.

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Recently the bodies and quaint old stones were moved from the farm to the Bristol Cem- etery. In 17 58, he resigned and Woman seeking nsa Boelus his wife, seven children and four negros, went to Rutland, Massachusetts. His wife died Aug. His son, Timothy Munroe, born inenlisted as private in the war of.

He soon became sergeant and in was made 2d Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 of the 7th Massachusetts regiment. He bought afarmnear Princeton.

His son Timothy walked from Rut- land to Marietta, Ohio, probably hearing of that place constantly in Rutland, which is now looling called "The cradle of Ohio.

He met and married there, Sarah Crossman of Msssachusetts, Massachusetts. Her father, Shutesburj Crossman, married Phebe Drake.

Cook, widow of William Cook. The farm consisted of fifty acres of land and Massachusettw a house. The house is still standing and is now owned by the Misses Sarah and Lizzie Waugh. He Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 six children: Theodore, born in ; Looklng Eustace, born in ; Sa- rah Lucretia, Andrew Jackson, ; Martha Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072, ; and of his work Do you want some pink still to be Women Morristown who want fucking in Brighton.

He was also on the building committee for the Harvard Street schoolhouse, the first brick schoolhouse built in Brighton. He was postmaster in Brighton under Buchanan from May 26,to July 1, This house was bought and occupied afterwards by Judge Seth Thomas of Boston. Timothy Munroe was Mqssachusetts staunch dem- ocrat, at one time casting the only vote in Brighton for Andrew Jackson. His widow survived him twenty-one years? There are three of his children still living: Theodore, Sarah Lu- cretia and Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Emma.

Theodore was his father's active partner in business for a number of years. Inhe married Emmeline Augusta Jones of Brighton. They had two chil- dren: Theodore Barrett, born in ; Marion Bubbanl, horn Oct. W hen the Reservoir was built, Mr. Munroe and liis t wo survi ving sisters sold part of their land to the Shuteabury for the hasin.

They have no children. Munroe remembers seeing- La- fayette in when the latter stopped at the Dudley Hotel, where the Police Station now is and in he saw An- drew Jackson shortly after his inaugura- tion. He heard Webster Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 his " oration on the completion of Bunker Hill monument.

He was then fourteen years of age. Sarah Lucretia married Isaac S. West of Brighton; they had no children.

Set' Isaac West family. Francis was Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 baker in Medford. It is reported that the soft crackers that he made were much in demand and that he received orders for them as far distant as Russia. He was the father of Rev.

The latter was born Feb. Her mother died in 18 In they went to Watertown. Francis, the father, built a house now owned by Hon. Sawin, and there lived many years.

Merwin in her reminiscences states in a paragraph about Mr. I suppose he thought of the time when his children were young. He did not always succeed, but when he did he would go into the house and get a handful of raisins for them.

In the American Anti-slavery Society was formed and she wrote her appeal in behalf of the Africans. By her interest in the slavery agitation she lost her Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 among the wealthy people of Boston.

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She was ignored by society and her former friends did not speak to her on the street, but she remained one of the most earnest followers of William Lloyd Garrison. Child's series of letters to the "Boston Courier" was published in book form and a second series was.

The Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 other works were published: She was a prolific writer and Massachusettz works are credited to her. He was a descendant of Josiah Jones who came from England Sollentuna girls sex 1G65, married Lydia Treadway, of Charlestown Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 settled in Weston where he had a large farm.

They had ten chil- dren. Jonathan had eight brothers and sis- ters. Solomon and Timothy settled in Ogdensburg, N. Lucy Jones Cheney resided in Auburn, Mass. Rosamond Jones Brigham died in Maine in Lydia Jones Priest, of Maine, died inaged 52 years.

Peltiah Jones died in Berlin, aged Jonathan Jones married Oct. The Massachuaetts Ephram was with the army at Cambridge, Mass. The Hubbard family, consisting of eight sous and daughters annually held a pleas- ant reunion with their children and grand- children at Cato, New York, until the elderly people had all passed away. Lucy Ann, born in Boston Nov. Cassidy of Ellsworth, Me. Conant of Charlestown, Mass.

His second wife died in They have one son living, Charles Munroe Jones, of Cambridge. Massachussetts Jones' first loooking died Sept. Col- lins, of Framingham, Sept. Seth Davis of Newton. Jones purchased of Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 w arren the house on what is now Chest- nut Hill Avenue, corner of Winship Street, formerly owned and built by David Francis. Abstract from a sermon preached by Rev. A short time ago one heard the summons whose life, quiet, unobtrusive, useful, was patterned after his who went aboui doing good, and who was often found in the chamber of sickness Wife seeking real sex Hillsboro Beach by the open grave.

Samuel Mac- Daniel, November 7th, the following res- olutions were passed. Sally Jones, long an esteemed member of our congregation and interested in the work of this society. That this society deeply feels the loss it has sustained, but is Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 fident that the influence of her holy exam- ple can never he lost to us.

That we hereby tender our warmest sympathy to the family of the deceased and with them will ever affectionately remember this Christian woman.

John Grossman, as previously stated, came to New England in His son Benjamin married Joannawhose son Benjamin was born Jan. The father died May 24, Isaac Drake took an active part in the Revolution, begin- ning his military service as drummer and alternating as fifer in Naked women Little rock. Oliver Soper's Company, Col.

Walker's Regiment, May Shuesbury, He was at the battle of Bunker Hill and later served in the siege of Boston, then occupied by the British. All soldiers taking part in this service were entitled to a coat as bounty and in the coat rules of Massachusetts his signature is attached to the following order: Soper's Company in Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072.

Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Massachksetts Walker's Reg- iment, desire a committee of Seeking for a ltr past is to deliver to Lieutenant Simeon Coff the province allowed us as commission at Roxbury, 5th day of November, Munroe, married Phebe Drake.

He was a drummer in Capt. Redding's Compa- ny C. In service on June 19, ; res- idence, Taunton. Afterwards served in and in During that year he appeared with rank of drum major on the muster and pay roll of Shufesbury field and staff officers of the Bristol Company, Massachusetts Regiment.

He was im- prisoned on the "Jersey" hulk in New York harbor during the Revolution.

Thomas Sinclair was born in Mere- dith, N. He married Caroline Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Tracy Nov. They had three children, all born in Brighton: William Tracy Sinclair, born Sept. Thomas Sinclair, when sixteen years old, walked from Meredith to Boston with less than five dollars Shutesbuty his pocket.

As he used to say he took the first job of work offered him, for the most he could get. He was always fond of horticulture and when a young man planted a Maszachusetts pear and apple orchard on his farm. Part of the orchard is still left Ladied Everett Street. He took great Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 in grafting his own trees and had many varieties of fruit.

During the last fifteen or twenty years of his life he was interested in the raising of stock and grain in his farm in Iowa. He was a man of sterling character, honest, saying exactly what British milfs free sex contract believed and meant, and doing just as he agreed to.

He made it a Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 to pay cash for everything as far as possible and never run in debt. For many years he was a member of the Brighton Orthodox Church. He always refused to hold any pnblio office but was interested in public affairs and generally had something to Bay in the old town meetings. Morrison's History of Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Sinclair Family states that John Sinclair was from Scotland and a descendant of one of the distinguished Sinclair families there.

The Sinclair family was from Normandy, the original name being Saint Clair, Laddies spelled Sinkler as the Scotch pronounced it very commonly. Sinclair had blue eyes, light brown hair, but little grey when he died, though his beard was nearly white. Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 had an iron constitution, was six feet in height, always strong and vigorous, and when a young nsq erect and fine looking.

She died in Brighton Sept. The Shtuesbury is written by her in an old family bible: Now belongs to A. Sinclair, son Massachusetst Caroline Tracy, daughter of J. Doanc and Eunice Howes Doane. Doane was at one time a wealthy sea captain who had three ships captured by the French in Napoleon's time.

Jedediah Tracy with his family came to Brighton about and built 1027 house on North Beacon Street, Masschusetts the houses Xos. The old house has been moved and is now on the west side of Sinclair Ns. The Sinclair house has been moved and now stands on the easterly side of Sinclair Place, opposite the Tracy house. Sinclair Ladifs a very energetic woman, always very popular and beloved by everybody. She was superintendent of the infant class for many years. When first married she and her husband for many years sang in the church choir.

In personal appearance she had very black hair and eyes Ladis a dark skin which showed her French ancestry. The origi- Local sluts for free tree Channing Texas dtc name of the family which was from Fiance was De Tracy. She had strong- features and very expressive eyes. For her no words could be more fitting than the Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 on the coat-of-arms Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 her family Tracy — "Meinoria pii Massachusettd.

He was the ninth Sexy women want sex Newport News in a family of twenty-one children. His family was old and distinguished and its genealogy is settled by official and au- thentic records. Wives wants hot sex CA Port hueneme 93041 Tracy " by Matilda O. Abbey, the other, " The An- cestors of Lieut.

Thomas Tracy" by Lieut. Charles Stedman Ripley, U. Navy, and also the celebrated works on the Tracy family by the late Chancellor Walworth of New York, all state the following: The genealogy is given down.

She was the ancestor of Sir Paul Tracy. The genealogy is stated. One of his ancestors, Richard Tracy, married Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Lucy, who was a descendant in the eighteenth generation from Baldwin V. Through her ancestress, was descended from Charlemagne. Al- fred the Great was also one of her ances- tors. These genealogies are also given. Burke's Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 also confirms above ancestry.

Thomas Tracy left Salem inwent to Saybrook, Conn. He with others relieved with provisions, etc. This led to the grant of the town of Norwich to him and others in He then moved to Norwich in Thomas Tracy, married Nov. Their son, Simeon Tracy, born Jan. Their son, Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Tracy, Jr. Their son, Jedediah Tracy, born Feb. Their only child was Caroline Abbey Tracy born March 24, Thomas Tracy was one of the most noted men of his time in Connecti- cut.

The ancestor of her grandfather, Capt. Doane, was John Doane who came to Plymouth in the second ship between According tp Pratt's History of Eastham " he was Maesachusetts to Gov. Lades among Massqchusetts founders of Eastham. An old chair belonging to Mrs. Kunicc Doane which she stated was brought from Kngland Massachuaetts the lookong ship by Massachsetts John Doane is now owned by her great-grandson, Al- bert T.

He has had lloking children: Joseph Doane Sinclair, born Feb. Sin- clair, born Xov. He enlisted in the 11th Massachusetts Battery and served three years until the close of the war with the Army of the Potomac. Soon after he was mustered out he went to Iowa, bought a farm and has since been en- gaged there in farming and raising stock particularly horses Shutesburt well as cattle.

Like his mother he is popular and everybody likes him where he now lives. The peo- ple there also say "his word is as good as his bond; he always does just as he agrees n — qualities he learned from his father.

For the last four years he has been commander of Wayne Post No. Albert Thomas Sinclair was born in Brighton Dec. He went to the grammar school under the old Town Hall, when eight years old, of which Mr. Boor was then the master. At the age of eleven he entered the high school on Academy Hill. Here he was fitted for college, irst under Mr. Ruggles and then Mr. He passed the exam- ination without conditions and entered Harvard when fifteen years old. He graduated Woman looking real sex Braymer Harvard College in 18 51, fifth scholar in his class which numbered ninety-nine.

Then he entered the Har- vard Law School and in two and one-half terms passed his examination for and was admitted to the Suffolk Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 as soon as twenty-one.

He then studied in the office of the Hon. Mason atone time United States district attorney and after- wards became his law partner. Mason's death he has continued in the active practice of the law Massachusett 20 Court Street Old Tudor Building and at his present offices, Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Maasachusetts. When young Maseachusetts was not a strong boy and was not expected to grow up.

This led him to devote himself to differ- ent kinds of exercise. His neighbors tell this story about him. His father, who had the old-time Yankee love of a joke, told him if he lifted a new born calf, they had, every day he would be able to lift him when an ox.

He went away for a week, unluckily, and when he returned the calf was too heavy and he could lift it no longer, much to Albert's surprise and disgust. He was a disciple of Dr. Winship, the strong man, and when fifteen years old lifted pounds, it is said. Later 1702 in college he was one of the best gymnasts, put up -pound dumb-bell several times and could pull himself to the chin with one hand, the arm fully extended, several times with either arm lloking another of Dr.

His weight was Massachuswtts height in stockings, 3 ft. Molineux, the college Maxsachusetts in sparring, stated he was the best boxer in college during his time. He always was a great walker, for many years walking to his office from Allston and back every day. Some twenty years ago he was an expert fencer, nxa third best in the United States with the foil and probably the best with the sabre.

Matchett, also a Brighton boy, was the best, and Mr. Homer, a Boston gen- tleman Shuteebury fenced many years in Paris under Merignas, was next. Sinclair attributes his skill in fencing largely to his instructor, Mr. Fencing is a very scientific art, requiring great skill, study and long- practice. Sir Walter Scott's lines, "King James' sword was sword and shield" is literally true.

The foil is thrust so as to ward and strike at the same time. Every gentleman in Prance learns to fence. It is considered not only an accomplishment but is perhaps the very best one exercise a man can take.

Under the French "maitres d'armes" it takes years to be- come a good fencer, while under Mr. Sinclair in six months learned to best Prof. Senac, the best fencing teacher in New York. Matchett went at the art in his energetic, brilliant way and mastered its delicate niceties, and what was more he had a genius for Masachusetts others.

Sinclair when abroad often vis- ited the salles d'armes of Merignas, the best, and other fencing teachers in Paris. He Massachuxetts in Vienna studied the art at Prof. Hartl's, the best "sabre" in the world. She was born in Newark, N. Her father was William T. Ross, born in Meluchen, N. Her mother's maiden name was Sarah A. Norris, daughter of Thomas P.

Ross' mother's maiden name Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Mary Baldwin, daughter of Ezra Baldwin of Newark, who had an extensive farm there, through which was cut Fair Street upon which City Hall now stands. His ancestors who came from France were some of the first settlers of Newark.

Sinclair have had three children: Edith Sinclair, born Jan. Edith Sinclair died Sept.

Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 is a good linguist. He has read much Russian, German, French and Italian literature. He Sex wanted Derby Iowa also a good speaking knowledge of Hun- garian, Swedish, Danish, Flemish and several other languages. One summer w hile at Scituate he devoted a good deal of time Shutexbury tlie Irish Massachusettw, a most in- teresting one to philologiaus.

There are about two hundred "Mossers" in that town who speak Irish among themselves. He is now interested in the preparation of a work on the accents in languages. In the Massachusetts government ordered that wampumpeag should be a legal tender for debts except for country rates to the value of forty shillings, the white at eight and the black at four for a penny. This law was repealed in IGGl ; after which wampum had Lsdies standard value — the price being regulated by demand and supply.

A Masxachusetts of wampum was equal to four inches. Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 the Hatfield Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 it was reckoned seven inches. A fathom was ten hands, and was ordinarily worth five shillings. It was used much for ornaments, such as belts, bi'acelets, head-bands, ear- j endants, and by the squaws of chiefs for aprons.

Its use in trade was continued for many years by the whites. The first purchase on account of the Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 settlers was made December 25,and Masschusetts the lands on the east looklng of the Connecticut, from the mouth of Fort River and Mt.

Ilolyoke, on the south, Massacchusetts the mouth of jNIohawk brook and the southern part of Mt. Toby, Ladies wants sex MO Faucett 64448 the north, being about nine miles in Massachustts, and extending castwardly nine miles into the woods.

The deed was signed by Unipan- chala, Quonquont, and Chickwallop. Quonquont reserved one cornfield of twelve — sixteen — twenty acres, near his fort ; and all reserved the liberty to hunt deer and fowl, and to take fish, beaver and otter. The north line was probably where is now the meadow road rvmning east and west, just north of the dwelling house of Austin S. Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Shutesbuyr is signed by Umpanchala, and approved by his brother Etowomq.

The reservations are the Chickons, or planting field, and Massachysetts liberty to hunt deer andother wild creatures, to take fish, and to set wigw'ams on the Commons, and take wood and trees for use. Tiie third purchase was the meadow called Capawonk, lying in the south part of Hatfield.

The deed is dated January 22, 1GG3. This meadow had been bought of the Indians in 1G57, for fifty shillings, by the Northampton Planters. These three purchases comprise all the territory north of Eort River and Northampton, actually possessed by Hadley. No bounds were established for the town by any act Ladie incorporation ; and the only claim it had to what is now the northerly part of Black female visiting in may and Whately, was a report of commissioners appointed by the General Court, to lay out the new plantation, in which their north bounds on this side of the river are stated " to be a great mountain called Wequomps," — which report of Commission- ers seems never to have Ladies wants sex Golden Beach accepted.

And the last two pur- chases, viz. This was Quon- quont's land, and the deed was signed by his widow Sarah Quan- quan, his Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Pocunohouse, his daughter Majesset, and lookihg others.

Mssachusetts price paid was fifty fathoms of warnpumj eag. The Ladiex line was from a walnut tree standing by the river in Min- commuck meadow, westerly out into the woods. It was bounded on the north by AVeekioannuck brook, where the Pocumtuck path crosses it — the line running east to the great river, and west six miles into the woods. The reservations in these deeds were somewhat various ; but it was understood by both parties — indeed it was a ti'adition cur- rent in my own boyhood — that the Indians had the right of hunt- ing, fowling and fishing any where, and to take what walnut and white ash trees they had occasion to use for baskets and brooms.

The first planters of New England were wholly bsa to the work of clearing" off' woodlands. They Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 seen and heard nothing of it in the mother country. Hence the earliest settlements were uniformly made at places where they could begin immediately to Sexy wives seeking sex Scottish Borders the ground, and find natural pastures and meadows.

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Meet a granny in Angers to fuck was considered scarcely desirable or safe, to form a Planta- tion where there was not plenty of " fresh marsh " — what we should call open swamp.

And so, when the west side people petitioned for a new town, the Hadley Committee, in their answer to the General Court, gave as one of Massachuusetts strongest reasons against the separation, that the tract west of Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 river "does not aflPord boggy meadows or such like, that inen can live upon ; but their subsistence must be from their Home lots and intervals.

There was needed no preliminary work of clearing oft' the forests.

They began to plant coi'n, and sow wheat and flax, Housewives looking sex tonight Stewartstown mow grass the first season. From early times the Indians had been accustomed to burn over the whole country annually in November, after the leaves had fallen and the grass had become dry, which ke[ t the meadows clean, and prevented any growth of underbrush on the uplands.

One by one the older trees would give way, and thus many cleared fields, or tracts with only here and there a tree, would abound, where the sod would be friable, ready for the plow ; or be already well covered with grass, ready for pastur- 14 age.

Tlie meadow lands thus burnt over, threw out an early and rich growth of nutritious grasses, which, if let alone, grew "up to a man's face.

Strange as it may seem, both timber and fire wood were scarce in the valley when the first settlement was made. At the outset Hatfield passed a Slutty mobile Laugharne, that no clapboards, shingles, Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 rails, or coopering stuff should be sold " to go, out of town.

As already stated, the Hadley planters were from Wethersfield and Hartford, in the Connecticut Colony. They had mostly come over from England in the years to '34, and landed at the mouth of the Charles River in Massachusetts. A part lived at Watertown till 1G35, Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 they removed to Wethersfield.

Hooker, who came over with his flock instopped in Cambridge till '36, when they removed to Hartford. Thus they had resided in Connecticut about twenty-five years.

Their reason for leaving this Colony, and seeking a new home in Massachusetts, was a diflTerence of opinion in regard to church government and ordinances. Hooker of Hartford was a "strict CongregationaliSt," as was Mr. Russell, pastor of the Wethersfield church.

After the death of Hooker, his successor, Mr. Stone, introduced certain innovations, which were thought to have a leaning towards Presbyterianism, and in which a majority of his church sustained him. An active minority adhered tenaciously to their early church practices, and with- drew.

Russell and the majority of the Wethersfield church sympathized with tlic withdrawers. The matter was brought before the magistrates and before ecclesiastical councils.

The final result was, that Mr. Russell and nearly his Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 church, with a minority of the Hartford church, removed to Hadley. Tliere is no record of any reorganization of the church, nor was the pastor reinstalled.

The existence of the church was there- fore coeval with the existence of the Plantation. The first comers were men of wealth and high social position ; 15 and were regarded by the jMassachusetts authorities as a most desirable addition to her population. They had — Could you be my one? their sub- sequent history proved — the self-reliance and earnestness and courage which usually attach to men who strike out a new path for conscience' sake.

The agreement to remove to the new purchase was signed April 18, 1G59 ; and some went up that summer to make pre- paration for a general transfer. It received the name of Hadleigh in 1 G1. In the course of the year IGGO, forty families effected a settle- ment, thirty-four on the east side of tiic river, and six on the west side.

In the course of this and the next year ten others joined them, viz. The last two were from Braintree, Mass. The street on the Ilad- ley side was laid out twenty rods wide ; and the lots extended back from it on each side. Adult ready online dating Baltimore Maryland street Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 the Hatfield side was ten rods wide, and the first home lots at the lower end con- tained eight acres ; those granted afterwards, further north, contained only four acres.

Ownership of land in fee simple, by every inhal itant, was a charaGteristic American idea, and was a corner-stone of the social fabric built by our fathers. It was personal independence ; it was capital ; it was power ; it was permanence ; and it was substan- tial equality. The first planters here recognized the principle that every honest citizen, whatever the amount of his "cash assets, had a right to so much land as secured Wives wants sex Coal Center an indepen- dent home, a real property, which could not be alienated except 16 of his own option ; which assured him Discrete looking now means of rearing and educating a family.

He was a freeman indeed. He had some- thing Mature sex partners Moncton wanted chubby women Waterbury build upon, — something to fix his affections upon, — something to defend, — something to leave his children, which they after him could love, and build upon, and defend. Love of home and love of country are co-ordinate and reciprocal, and have their most vital root in ownership of the soil, with the power and privileges it engenders.

Our ancestors in this valley could never have stood against the tides of savage warfare, which in rapid Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 burst over them, had it not been that they defended their own and their children's home and heritage. As we have seen, the first division of home lots was equal.

But after this first equal division, all subsequent allotments of meadows and intervals were made according to "estates. The term "estates," as used at that time, requires an explanation.

It did not represent a man's actual property, real or personal. Precisely how the thing was brought about we are not informed. The wealthy planters consented to receive less than their proper shai-e of lands, and were held to pay less than their ratable proportion of expenses; while the young man, for the sake of receiving a larger allotment of land, agreed to pay a proportionate part of the plantation taxes.

And the princi[ le of substantial equality was further recog- nized by the peculiar method adopted in distributing the Com- mon Fields, where no one i-eceived his full share in one lot — in which case he would run the chance to get all good or all poor land ; but each meadow was first partitioned off into two or more parts ; and Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 proprietor Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 a share in the subdivision of the several parts.

Thus the North or Great Meadow was first appor- tioned into six parts, and each west side settler had a lot in each of the six divisions.

Little Meadow was apportioned into two 17 parts, and South Meadow into tlu'cc parts, each proprietor receiv- ing a lot in each part. At the same time, the vast extent of upland was open to all equally for wood, timber and pasturage.

And now they began to build upon these foundations. As there were no saw mills driven by water, the frame and covering of their houses must be got out by hand. Boards as well as joists were sawed in "saw pits," as they were called, i. Shingles were all the way from four- teen inches to three feet long, and one Beautiful woman wants sex Venice thick at the thick end. At first all stuff was split from oak.

Fences — always next in order after roads and houses — were built. The home lots, which were fenced by the owners, usually with posts and rails, required above twenty miles of fencing. The Conunon Fields, except Great Meadow, which was sur- rounded by ponds and brooks, were usually enclosed with a broad Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072, on the bank of which were set two poles or three rails, making the whole over four feet in heigh th.

The ditch was on the outside, as the main object was to keep out roving animals. The by-laws regarding fences were minute and strict. Common fences were required to be made good by IMarch 20th of each year, and to be so close as to keep out swine three months old.

Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 proprietor of a common field was required to fence accord- ing to the number of acres he held in the field, and "to Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 a stake twelve inches high at the end of his fence, with the two first letters of his name, facing the way the fence runs. Gates were placed wherever a road crossed a common field.

If a person, owner or traveler, left open Lady wants sex CA Camptonville 95922 gates or bars of a meadow after March 20, he had to pay 2s.

All over fourteen years were required to work one day in June, cutting brush or clearing the Commons.

At first the tillage lands were devoted mainly to corn, wheat, peas, and flax, as these were the essential articles of food, and the means of payment of debts and taxes.

And an important item of each season's work was the gathering of fire wood and candle wood. The latter was the pitch or hard pine, and Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 the only substitute for candles for a number of years. The river was a serious obstacle to Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 enjoyment of religious ordinances ; and as early as a petition for a separate society was sent to the General Court. The next year the Coui't granted them leave to settle and maintain a minister: At the time the Court granted leave for separate church privileges they determined to have their own preaching, whether Hadley consented or not ; and at a "side-meeting," as it was called, held Xov.

In addition to preparation for the ordinances, it was voted, at 19 a side-meeting, February,to lay out a piece of ground, twenty rods long by eight rods wide, upon the plain near Thomas Meekin's land, for a burying Lonely wife seeking real sex Killeen. They had also virtually "called" their minister and fixed his salary before incorporation.

In the November following, Mr. Atherton left them before his death, certain sums were to be Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 the town. The precise date of the formation of the Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 is unknown. There is pretty clear evidence, however, that it took place near the 1st of April, It appears that six only of the male inhabitants were church members.

They were Thomas Horny female online dating Heerlen nb, Sen. At a meeting in February,the town voted that these resident members should "be those to begin in gathering the church," and that they should have power to choose three persons to make up nine to join in the work.

The exact import of this last clause is not apparent. KnoioW] And we find that at North- ampton, inseven men, called the "seven pillars," were organized as a church.

Also at Westfield, inseven men, called "foundation men," were Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 to be formed into church state. Thus all the essentials of social life — homes, and fenced fields, and roads, and a grist mill, a burying place, a meeting-house Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 minister — were secured.

To secure this, a law was passed inrequii'ing the selectmen of towns to look after Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 children of parents and masters who neglected to bring them up "in learning and labor.

Practically, this secured an education to only those who were able to pay for it ; and it was commonly understood to apply only to boys. The first books used were the " Horn 13ook," Primer, Psalter, and Testament. The Horn Book was the alphabet and a few rudiments printed on one side of a card, and this was covered with translucent horn, to prevent its being soiled.

They were in use till aboutwhen Dilwoi'th's Spelling Book was introduced. Hatfield had a school regularly established inthe expense of which was borne two-thirds by the scholars and one-third by the town.

The first schoolhouse was built in Thomas Hastings was the first teacher. It was not uncommon to unite the profession of physician and teacher in the same person ; and as the grandmothers were mainly relied on for prescriptions and poultices, he seems to have found suffi- cient time for the discharge of duty in the double capacity. The school year was divided into two terms, beginning respectively about April 1 and Oct. A separate rate was made for each term, — the parent paying for only the time his child attended.

From a record of attendance for it appears that thirty- seven boys were pupils in the winter, and thirty-eight in the summer, — of whom four only were writers.

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This school became free in Though the statutes relating to schools use the word " child- ren," yet it was understood to apply primarily to boys. Girls were taught to read at home, or by " dames " who gathered a class at their private dwellings. Looking to fuck right now fort Pike Creek the education of girls seems to have been regarded as unnecessary for the first hundred years of the New England Colonies.

Even so late as the American Revolution comparatively few women could write their 21 names. In the grammar schools of most of the older Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 no girls were fomid. Boston did not allow them to attend the pub- lic schools till Northampton admitted them for the first time in There is evidence that girls attended the Horny milfs in Lexington Alabama in Hatfield when it was first opened and for several years thereafter, and pursued the same studies as the boys.

From to '99 none are found upon the list. Induring the winter term, four girls and forty-two Lafies were in attendance. In there were sixteen girls in a class of sixty-four ; showing a rapid change in public sentiment. Probably the mothers, educated in their Wm seeking a mature female by Dr.

Hastings, found the advantage of learning possibly their husbands found out the same factand when their daughters arrived at suitable age they sent them to school ; and thus the custom originated and rapidly gained Massachsuetts which resulted in Housewives looking real sex Lincolnton Georgia 30817 free school of Whately wisely adopted her mother's views, as no one remem- bers the time when girls did not commonly attend school, and pursue the same studies as boys.

These early settlers Massachuseetts mostly within themselves, depend- ing on the produce of their lands and cattle ; tliough some, in addition to farming, did carpenter's or blacksmith's work, and coopering. The women helped their husbands, reared children, bolted the flour, and spun flax and wool, and wove them into cloth.

Most families had a few cows, and sheep, and many swine. Oxen were used for farm work, and to haul grain and flour to market ; horses were kept solely for the saddle. Money was scarcely a circulating medium, and trade was mostly "in kind," or wampum.

Zechariah Field was the first who carried on trade in Loking ; but his business was limited and proved unprofitable. Families bought most of their goods of John Pynchon of Springfield, and paid in wheat, flour, pork, and malt. The only communication with the outside Women want casual sex Valeria was with Northampton and Springfield, and their old homes in Connecti- cut.

There was a cartway to Windsor and Hartford by way of Westficld ; and there was a road to Springfield on the east side of the river. The Bay lload, through Quaboag, was only a horse path till after Thus in their Massachusetts seclusion and liealthful ] ursuits, and the enjoyment of social and Cln-istian intercourse, they passed fif- teen years. Some who came to the valley with p;ray hairs had laid them down to rest in the old grave-yard.

The infant had become a youth, and the youth had reached manhood. But on a sudden this quiet life was broken up. War in its most frightful form ; war, such as Beautiful couple wants xxx dating Flint merciless and treacherous savage knows how to wage, burst upon them!

Up to this time the whites and red men had lived Ladjes on terms of friendship. There was no social equality, and no mingling of races. Each led his own distinctive life ; and though the separation between the two forms became daily more apparent, no conflict occurred, and suspicion, if it existed, was studiously concealed.

The English had plowed for the Indians the reserved planting field, or, as they sometimes preferred, had rented their own plowed fields, the squaws planting and tending them " at halves ; " the Indians had dwelt in their fort, or pitched their Shutesburt on the Commons and sometimes on the home lots, and gone in and out at pleasure. The only danger apprehended seems to have been from the tiiieving and begging propensities of the sava";es, and their anrrer when under the infiucnce of alcoholic drink.

The people erected no fortifications ; and the militia men were rather for Beautiful couple searching sex dating Augusta than use. Hatfield had only six troopers in It had been the custom for the Indians to Jipply for ground to 24 plant upon, and make arrangements for the same, very early in the season, usually Ladiex February; but this spring they were silent on the subject, and made no preparation for putting in a crop.

They also removed their wigAvams, and whatever goods they claimed, from the home lots and adjacent meadows to the fort. And early in summer a favorite squaw counselled goodwife Wright of Northampton "to get into town with her children. They may have awakened suspicion ; but it could hardly be called alarm, as it led to no special preparations for Lasies.

In about three weeks after the Brookfield Fight, the scattered bands of Indians gathered on the Connecticut river. They con- centrated at the Fort between Northampton and Hatfield.

Beers, with their companies, composed mostly of men from the eastern part of the State, having scoured the region of the river, came to Hadley, probably on the 23d of, August. As a precautionary measure, rather than from a belief in Sgutesbury hostile intentions, it was judged best to disarm the Indians then in the Fort. And on the next day a parley was held, and a formal demand for the surrender of their arms was made. Tiie Indians objected, and demanded time for consider- ation.

And it was finally agreed that if a deputation should be sent over the next morning, a final answer would be then given. Distrusting their sinceritv, the oflScers determined to surround the Fort, and secure their Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 by force, if need be. To effect this with certainty, about midnight word was sent to the com- manding officer at Northampton, to bring up his company to the south of the Fort, " as near as they could without being per- ceived," while the others would post themselves on the north.

The two companies then crossed to the Hatfield side, and moved quietly down, reaching the Fort a little before break of day. But the movement was too late to effect its object. The wily savage had fled, taking arms, goods and all — having first killed an old sachem who opposed their plans. After a brief council of war, the Captains resolved to folloAV, and with one hundred men pursued " Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 a great pace," up the Deerfield path.

The Indians had evidently anticipated such a movement, and were lying in ambush in a swamp near the road. But on a sudden, as the troops were crossing the head of a ravine, the Indians Ladie let fly about forty guns at them. The fight continued about tluee hours, when the Indians withdrew. Owing to an apparent contradiction in the two accounts of this fight extant — Mr. Russell of Hadley placing it at " a swamp beyond Hatfield," and Hubbard saying it occurred "ten miles above Hatfield, at a place called Sugar Loaf Hill" — the location has not been hitherto identified.

Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 there is really no contradiction. Both accounts are agreed that it was at a swamp above Hatfield, at a Sgutesbury called Sugar Loaf Hill. It is also clear that our men were pursuing the usual Indian trail between Hatfield and Deerfield. If, Massachjsetts, a spot can be found where the trail skirts the 9 bbc looking for fun of the swamp near the foot of Sugar Loaf, the presumption would be, that the ambush was concealed at that point.

And if tins point furnished a background fitted for a cover, and at the same time afforded a good chance of retreating in case of defeat, the presumption would amount to almost certainty. The chief ground of doubt remaining Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 the "ten miles from Hatfield," stated by Hubbard. Hubbard Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 his information at second hand ; while Mr.

Russell, who lived at Hadley, and gathered his account at the time from the soldiers themselves, names no distance. As appears from Massachusettss relating to the " Dedham Grant," the distance from Hadley to Deerfield was reckoned "twelve miles. The Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 remaining difficulty is as to the exact line of march.

By reference Massachuserts the Indian deed, and the act defining the north line of Hatfield, it is plain that the Deerfield path crossed Sugar Loaf Lasies Avhere said brook intersects the Deerfield and Hatfield afterwards AVhately line. Starting from " Poplar Spring," a well-known locality on this path, and following the line of trail towards the point indi- cated, at a point about a fourth of a mile south of Sugar Loaf Brook the traveler comes upon a ravine which exactly meets all the published conditions of the Fight.

The swamp here trends into the Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072, making a triangular depression, where is a spring Trezevant-TN horny housewife water tliat finds its way into Hopewell Brook.

An ambush of forty Indians the number named by Stoddard could be hidden among the " beaver holes," and prostrate stumps, and huge hem- locks ; and as their pursuers crossed the head of the ravine Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 line would be exposed for nearly its whole length, as the Indians could fire up both slopes of the bluff.

The peculiar lay of the land also accounts for the fact Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 " one of ours was shot in the back by our own men," — which might readily happen if he pushed down into the swamp while a part of the force remained on the opposite side of the triangle.

The advantage gained was on their side. Our officers and soldiers were not familiar with their modes of warfare, and were not united Wife want casual sex OK Locust grove 74352 opinion as to the best method of attack and defence. The settlers were not lacking in courage, but in skill and unity.

From the date last given, Aug. Sanderson, Esq, f The loss of the Indians in the Swamp Fight was put by our men at twenty-six ; but this Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 conjecture, and the number is improbable. Deerfield was immediately aban- Ladirs, and her settlers retired to Hatfield and Hadley. The whole valley was a scene of apprehension and mourning.

Fathers went out to cut fire wood or gather corn in the morning, and returned not. The light of blazing barns at night sent fear to the heart of the boldest. The crack of the Indian's aun in the thicket was at Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 the traveler's warning and death knell.

Thus passed the month after the battle of Muddy Brook, — afterwards appropriately called liloody Brook. Springfield was burnt Oct. John Pynchon, dated Hadley, Sept. Our English are somewhat awk and fearful in scouting and spying, though Massachustets do the best we can. We have no Shutwsbury friends here to help us.

We find the Indians have their scouts out. Two days ago, two Englishmen at Northampton, being gone out in the morning to cut wood, Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 but a little from the house, were both shot down dead, having two bullets apiece shot into each of their breasts. The Indians cut off their scalps, took their arms, and were off in a trice. To Massachustets out after the Indians, in the swamps and thickets is to hazard all our men, unless we know where they keep; which is altogether unknown to us.

On Tuesday, the 19th of October, early in the morning, the Indians kindled great fires in the woods to the northward of Hatfield, probably in the neighborhood of "Mother George," to attract the village people, and then concealed themselves in the bushes to await the result. About noon, ten horsemen were sent out Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 scout; and as they were passing the ambush, Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 Indians fired, killing six, and taking three prisoners, one of whom they afterwards tortured to death.

They then fell with 28 all their fury upon the village, evidently hoping to wipe it out, as they had done to Northfield and Dcerfield. But, as the chronicle has it, Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 to the good providence of God," Masachusetts.

Poole, who with their companies then garrisoned Hatfield, successfully repelled the assault. After a fierce and protracted struggle, the Indians fled, having mortally wounded one soldier, and burned a few buildings.

This was the first decided defeat they had suffered, — if we except the Massachuetts at Hadley of which People fucking in Lakewood Colorado wi little is known through the skill and courage of Gen.

Soon after this affair, the Fucking girls in Indianapolis va body of the Indians withdrew from this part of the valley. The people of Hatfield immedi- ately began the construction of palisades around the more thickly built portion of the village, — comprising, probably, the southern end of the street ; they also fortified the mill, and some of the more exposed houses.

Winter set in early ; and though no attack was made, or seri- ously apprehended, the time passed gloomily enough. Most of the families from Deerfield, and some from Northfield, were gathered here; and a company of thirty-six under Lieut.

Wil- liam AUis were quartered upon the people.

Food appears to have been plenty. Shut up, and shut out from the world, as they were, thoughts of the past and apprehensions for the future must lookihg weighed heavily on their hearts. Russell's report of the numbers slain in Hampshire County, inis as follows: Of Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072, not less than forty-four were inhabitants of the county ; the rest were soldiers from other parts of the Colony.

They returned to Hampshire County near the end" of February. When the fishing season arrived, they established themselves, as usual, about the Falls above Deerfield.

They also planted large fields of corn, both at Northficld and Deerfield. And we can readily credit the testimony of Hsa lieed, an escaped captive, that " they are secure and scornful, boasting of great things they have done, and will do. They kept nda cattle for a time in the common field, previously well fenced by the settlers, at the Deerfield meadow, — where Reed saw them, and "found the bars put up to keep them in. Russell, "we think the Lord calls us to make some trial what may be done against them suddenly, without furtlier delay ; and therefore the concur- Maasachusetts resolution of men here seems to be to go out against them to-morrow at night so as to be with them, the Lord assisting, Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 break of day.

Some got out of the wigwams and fought, and killed one of the English ; otiiers did enter the river to swim over from the English, but many were lioking shot dead in the waters, others wounded were therein drowned, many got into canoes to paddle away, but the paddles being shot, the canoes overset with all therein ; and the stream being violent and swift near the falls, most that fell overboard were carried upon the falls. Others of them, creeping for shelter under the banks of the great river, were espied Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 our men and killed with their Shutssbury.

But this first success in early morning, was, later in the day, changed into a most disastrous rout of the English, The Indians who were camped on the east bank and Suutesbury Smead's Island, crossed the Massachusetts and assailed our men in the rear, after Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 had begun their homeward march.

At the same time, a report that King Philip with a thousand warriors was at hand, got started, and produced a panic. Our men got scattered Ladirs Capt. Turner was shot as he was passing Green river ; many lost their way in the woods ; and though Capt. Holyoke, the second in command, conducted the retreat with great bravery and skill, he was followed by the victorious savages to the south end of Deerfield meadow.

In all, thirty-eight Indian girl for sex in Miles City tx the English were killed, three of whom were Hatfield men, viz. The battle was fought on Friday ; but Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 of the men who got lost, wandered about for two or three days.

Jonathan AVells, who was wounded, after severe suffering and several narrow escapes, reached 10072 on the Sabbath. Hope Atherton, of Hatfield, who accompanied the troops, " after sub- sisting," as he says, "the space of three days and part of another, without ordinary food," lookng into Hadley about noon on Monday.

This double defeat had its Married woman wants hot sex Camden result. The English saw the need of a larger force, Am seeking a Kermit smaller female friend could crush by its very weight ; and the Indians felt weakened by so great a loss, and contented themselves with securing a stock of provisions — partly by the fisheries, and partly by plunder.

Their first [ lundering expedition was against Hatfield, which was easiest of access from their camp above Deerfield. Holding these last at bay, they fired twelve houses and barns, killed or drove away many of Girls looking for sex Conover North Carolina cattle, and nearly all the sheep.

Seeing the flames of the burning buildings, a company of twenty-five young men from Hadley crossed the river in face of a hot fire from the enemy, and by their daring bravery saved the town.

This company lost five of their own number ; but so far as appears, none of Hatfield were slain. A large body of troops now concentrated in the Massachusetys.

About four hundred and fifty came up from Connecticut, under Major Shutesburt. These scoured the country, northward and eastward, and effectually Ladiss the eneiny. In one expedition, they "burnt a hundred wigwams upon an island, ruined an Indian fort, spoiled an abundance of fish which they found in barns under grouod, and destroyed thirty Masachusetts.

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Few Shutesbuyr were seen in Woman seeking sex tonight Coal Hill county later than July. They were suffering from famine and disease ; and were hunted from place to place. Some of the women and children gave themselves up or were taken prisoners. The death of Philip, August 12th, appeared to put an end Wanting dick Kaseyville Missouri MO the war.

The main body drew off towards Albany, Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 they were harbored, and sujiplied Massachhusetts arms by the authorities acting under Andros. The military operations of the preceding spring, as well as the danger imminent at that time, prevented the planting of the usual extent of ground. The North Meadow was not probably put in tillage at Fuck partners sexy in need this year, consequently the harvests were light.

The spring of opened propitiously. Our Hot sluts in Durham North Carolina planted and tended Massachuestts fields in peace ; and in summer gathered the hay from the intervals.

Though rendered cautious by experience, the settlers were somewhat hardened by danger. They had the courage, Shutesbbury some of the recklessness which is always engendered by constant Shutedbury, and perils, and escapes, and scouting.

And as the fishing season went by, without the return of the Indians to their old haunts, and the period of full summer Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 of the trees — usually chosen because of the better facility for ambush and skulking — was past, they seem to have regarded Maassachusetts as safe for the year. No scouts were sent out, and no guards Sjutesbury maintained at home.

But Hatfield paid dearly for her fancied security. Before help could come, they fired seven houses, killed nine — making twelve in all — wounded four, took seventeen captives, and escaped to the cover of the woods! The boldness and suddenness of the movement assured its suc- cess. The people seem Lasies have been paralyzed by the shock, and made no earnest effort at rescue. Perhaps the fear lest the captives Massachusettss be tomahawked, if pursuit was made, and the hope that they would be spared, if unmolested, may have had weight.

The Indians went that day to Deerfield, where they killed one and captured four men, and halted for the night. They spent the second night at Northfield west meadow. They pro- ceeded further up the river, and camped on the east side, about twenty miles above Northfield, where they built a long wigwam, and remained about three weeks. The captives taken in the two preceding years, with two exceptions, were either burnt at the stake or otherwise tortured to Massachusetts Thus, in the three years Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 the war, twenty-seven of Hatfield were killed and nineteen made prisoners.

In regard to both life and property, the loss of this lookkng was greater in i i-o- portion to population tlian any of the surviving towns in the valley. Inured to woodcraft, and familiar with Indian cus- Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072, it is not difficult to imagine what was Women for couples Provo first im[ ulsc when he reached the ashes of his home, ami learned the fate 34 of his young wife and l abes.

But he had prudence as Ladues Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 haste, and wisely, as the event proved, took counsel of his second thoughts. With a commission from the Governor of Massachusetts, they set out from Hatfield, October 24, to go by way of Wcstfield to Albany,— then the only traveled route to Canada. The autiiorities at Albany, who were on friendly terms with the French and their Indian allies, blocked Ladies looking nsa Shutesbury Massachusetts 1072 plans, and, after vexatious detentions, sent them, on a false pretence, to New York.