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!Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 15, 16,17.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 477. 
Sargent, Nicholas (I384)
 
2

!Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 15, 16,17.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 477. 
Sargent, John (I386)
 
3
!Family record of John W. and Martha Bickmore Shipley. Memorial Historyof
the Felch Family. Genealogical History of Reading by Eaton, pg 71.

*Now known as Seabrook, [then known as Hampton Falls ]--SH

He was a practicing physician for many years.


Mary only child listedhttp://www.genealogy.com/users/f/o/r/Bruce-E-Fortin/GENE7-0003.html

http://www.genealogy.com/users/f/o/r/Bruce-E-Fortin/GENE7-0003.html

" Daniel Felch, the common progenitor of the Felch Family in NewHampshire, and Northern Massachusetts, in Vermont, and Western Ohio,settled in that part of Seabrook New Hampshire which was included withinthe jurisdiction of Hampton Falls from 1721-1768, sometime prior to 1730. " I find his name, with the prefix " Doc. " enrolled on an inventory of theseveral polls, and estates in Hampton Falls, taken in 1742, pursuant toan order of the General Assembly, against which his taxable estate,consisting of REAL and Personal property, is specifically enumerated withpoll or head valuation; at which period of time Mr. Felch was, withoutdoubt, more than seventy years of age: hence the exemption therefrom. "
" In the earliest mention we find made of him, he is styled " Doc: " a titlethat was not bestowed on ordinary persons in his time. Tradition saysthat he was a native of Massachusetts, and that he had certain relativesthen living in the vicinity of Boston, and that certain relatives of thesame name living in some part of York county in the State of Maine. "
Dr. Daniel Felch married Deborah Dean of Charlestown, Ma, who died in1715. He married second, Sarah Fuller, and third Hepsibah Curtis. Hedoubtless studied Medicine under some Physicians in or near Reading, Ma.

The old lady of Seabrook, an old inhabitant, could also remember " SkipperDaniel, " who according to her account was a wonderfully popular man, anda sort of Triton; she said: " he was a beauty in form and face, and no manaround could blow such a powerful blast on the trumpet 
Felch, Dr. Daniel , M.D. (I425)
 
4
!Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 15, 16,17.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 477. 
Sargent, Anne (I383)
 
5
!Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 16, 18,20.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 478. 
Sargent~, Marie (I364)
 
6
!Sargent Genealoty in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 18;
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 478.

Alternate Death: 5 Mar 1657/1658 
Sargent, Elizabeth (iii) (I362)
 
7
Alternate death data: 1678 Saybrook, Middlesex, CT 
Coley or Cooley, Mary (I806)
 
8
[Married Mar 15; Nathan Wyatt to Mary Ann Gibson, by Samuel Widney, associate judge, Mar 16 listed in Auburn Courier.] -- from Indiana Genweb 
Wyatt, Nathan S. (I186)
 
9
[Williams County Divorce Index 1830 -1886
Dodd, Peter M. Robinson, Fidelia m.18 Oct 1864 Ft. Wayne, Allen Co, IN Journal 7, Roll 20 -divorced
]--SH 
Dodd, Peter M (I1028)
 
10 " Aunt Rachel Mason " -- Kate Berry Family F49
 
11 " Elizabeth Tilley was born in 1607 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, the daughter of John and Joan (Hurst)(Rogers) Tilley. She came with her parents on the Mayflower in 1620. Both her parents died the first winter at Plymouth, leaving her orphaned at the age of 13 in the New World. She married to Mayflower passenger John Howland around 1625 at Plymouth. "

Children:
Desire, John, Hope, Elizabeth, Lydia, Hannah, Joseph, Jabez, Ruth, and Isaac.

http://mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/ElizabethTilley.php 
Tilley, Elizabeth (I718)
 
12 " John Pellet, Jr., was in most of the conflicts with the Indians on the Paupack. He married a noble woman, Nancy Bingham, a daughter of Hezekiah Bingham, Sen. They had eight sons and two daughters. Asa KIMBLE married Abigail, the oldest
daughter. " 
Pellett, Sgt. John Jr. (I41)
 
13 1 NAME /Clap/
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4 TEXT THO. CLAP of Dedham & HANNAH FELTCH of Western wear Joyned in Marriage in said Weston January 4, 1714/5 Wm. Williams minister of ye Gospel in Sd Weston. " Thus the trail of our family history traces back to Weston, thence to Reading, and Gloucester, Mass.



THO. CLAP of Dedham & HANNAH FELTCH of Western wear Joyned in Marriage insaid Weston January 4, 1714/5 Wm. Williams minister of ye Gospel in SdWeston. " Thus the trail of our family history traces back to Weston,thence to Reading, and Gloucester, Mass.

Thomas Clapp IV died Feb. 8, 1741, Dedham, Massachusetts.

Was Guardian of his brother Stephen and 5 sisters, Mary, Deborah,Mehitable, Hannah, Elizabeth.

Was a blacksmith by trade, but also engaged in farming.

Inventory of his estate given as L5,105.

Data mostly from Vital Records, but also see;

" The Clapp Family in America " by Ebenezer Clapp;

" Lewis Family " Dedham Historical Register, by Frederick Lewis Gay 
Clapp, Thomas IV (I398)
 
14 1 NAME /Gyfford/
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son of Roger Gifford, Esq. and 18437. Mary Nanseglos


! Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie pg 477. Sargent
Genealogy in America and England by Aaron Sargent, pg 22.
http://www.triode.net.au/~dragon/ft/t-gobion.txt
Sir John GIFFARD (1301-1369) ancestor 
Giffard, Nicholas (I345)
 
15 1 NAME /Makerness/
2 PLAC 8FNM-M4

Ellen (or Eleanore) Mac Kernes (or Makerness)

Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 16, 18, 19.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 478

dau of william and agnes harrgat
William MACKERNESS born circa 1530 Finedon Northampton ENG died circa 1616

Spouse: Agnes HARRGAT born 1532 Finedon died 2/1612-13

Children: Richard; Edmund; George; William; Margery married ? Chapman; Ellen born 11/24/1564 Finedon died 10/1645


LDS Baptism: 12 Jan 1932
LDS Endowment: 26 Feb 1932 
Mac Kernes, Eleanore (I409)
 
16 1 NAME /Osbourne/
2 PLAC 1 
Osborne, William (I435)
 
17 1 NAME Agnes /Maister/
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3 DATA
4 TEXT http://www5.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/texis/find/search/?db=fto&areas=2&head=gene&query=New+England+Historical+and+Genealogical+Register+V+agnes+master&submit=Submit
1 NAME Agnes /Masters/
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Last name may be spelled maister

!New England Historical and Genealogical Register VOL CX, Oct 1956, p
292,293,294.

! Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie pg 477. Sargent
Genealogy in America and England by Aaron Sargent, pg 22 
Master, Agnes Anne (I344)
 
18 1 NAME Anne /Samwell/

[Also could be b. Abt 1521 from http://members.nbci.com/dmasters/eng/eng.htm 
Samwell, Amy (I350)
 
19 1 NAME Anne /Sargent/



!Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 16, 18,19.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 478. 
Sargent, Anna (I373)
 
20 1 NAME Arthur Clarke /(Boterell)/

Alternate Birth Info: Abt 1666, St. James Abbey, Northamptonshire, England, UK , 105-Masters Family in England 1462 - 1620. http://members.nbci.com/dmasters/eng/eng.htm 
Clark, Arthur (I437)
 
21 1 NAME Deborah /Dane/
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3 DATA
4 TEXT DR. DANIEL FELCH, b. Jan. 5, 1668, Reading, Massachusetts. Married Deborah Dean May 6, 1702, (of Charlestown) Died Oct. 5, 1752, in that part of Hampton Fall, N.H., which is now Seabrook, aged 84 yrs. He was a practicing physician for many years.
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4 TEXT FELCH, Dr. Daniel, m. 1702, Deborah Deane, of Charlestown. Chil.:
Daniel, b. 1703, and d. 1713; Daniel, b. 1718; Deborah and
Sarah, twins, b. 1720 
Dean, Deborah (I457)
 
22 1 NAME Ebenezer /Felch/
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3 DATA
4 TEXT EBENEZER FELCH, b. 20 Juli 1701, Reading ,MA; d.
1779, Annapolis,Co.,Nova Scotia.




!Middlesex Co. Mass, Personal Memoirs by William Richard Cutter, vol 11,pd
410, 411. Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Mass. by EATON,pg 71,
82113-8 EBENEZER FELCH, b. July 20, 1701, Reading, Massachusetts. MarriedMary Bacon of Needham May 15, 1728, Weston, Massachusetts.
Unable to locate source.

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" Ebenezer Felch was born July 20, 1701, in Reading; he married to MaryBacon, of Needham, May 15 1728, and removed to Natick in 1723. At thistime Natick was only an Indian town, and he was the fourth white settler;tradition says he came as assistant superintendent of the Indians whothen, had not arrived at that state of civilization when they can beconsidered self-governing. Natick the Indian name for " Place of Hills " In1731-'2 he was employed as a teacher in the public school; in June 1745,he Was Town Clerk of Natick, which office he held for fifteen years; healso filled other town offices. During the ministry of Rev. O. Peabodywhich commenced in 1741, he held the office of Deacon. His home was inthe northern part of the town, and it still remains in possession of hisdescendants ;here he reared his family, three sons and one daughter. Hecontinued to hold town offices until 1757, but there is no record of hisdeath, nor of his place of burial. His eldest son John succeeded him inall the various town offices,--selectman, assessor; school committee, andteacher in the public school.

Mary, only daughter of Ebenezer died Aug 6 , 1813 unmarried. EbenezerFelch. 1701-1779. Son of John. Born at " Reading July 20, 1701. MarriedMay 15, 1728, Mary, daughter of Stephen Bacon. He went to Natick in 1723,being the fourth white Settler there. It is said that he went there asassistant superintendent of Indians. Natick-place of hills " -wasestablished by John Eliot, the " apostle to the Indians, " in 1650. Therehe gather'd 'his converts together and founded, in 1650,the first churchof Christian Indians in America. Natick was an lndian village for nearlya century. The first records of the settlement were kept in the Indianlanguage. Ebenezer Felch was the first white deacon of John Eliots IndianChurch being elected to that office by the Indians April 29 1731. TheJohn Eliot church is still at Natick, and there still stands theapostle's famous oak tree, but the red men are all gone. Civilization andChristianity did not agree with them. There were, it is said, five of theNatick Indians living in 1792 and one last Indian as late as 1855.Ebenezer Felch was teacher of the public school at Natick and was also asurveyor, assessor, the first selectman, moderator of town meetings andthe first town clerk. He held this latter office for fifteen years or upto the time of his departure fur Nova Scotia. His Son, John, succeededhim as Town clerk at Natick and in most of his other offices. HenryEvans, Ebenezer Felch and David Bent constituted a deputation sent in1759, from Massachusetts Bay province to the province of Nova Scotia, toconfer with Governor Lawrence in reference to a grant of Land. He becameone of the grantees of the Township of Annapolis, N. S., in 1759. Thiswas-known as the Felch-Evans grant. He was one of the company whichsettled from Boston for Annapolis May 17, 1760, by the Charming Molly. " There were 45 emigrant passengers by this vessel and a considerablenumber of Horses and Cattle. Both before and after his emigration to NovaScotia he transferred various Parsels of land in Natick to his sons Johnand Daniel. Daniel Felch settled in Nova Scotia with his father. Eachsettler had apportioned to him a lot of 500 acres of " Forest primeval " inaddition to a portion of the cultivated marsh and upland which had beenpreviously the French inhabitants-the unfortunate Canadians of the landof " Longfellows Evangeline " In 1770 Ebenezer was entered in the censusreturns of Township Annapolis as holding 748 acres of land, and his sonDaniel 642. He died in Annapolis county 1779 
Felch, Ebenezer (I417)
 
23 1 NAME Elizabeth /Clarke/
2 PLAC 1


widow of john clarke

Alternate Birth Info: 1563, St. James Abbey, Northamptonshire, England, UK, 105-Masters Family in England 1462 - 1620. 
Clark, Elizabeth (I433)
 
24 1 NAME George /Cole/
2 PLAC 1 
Coles, George (I438)
 
25 1 NAME John /Maister/
1 NAME John Maister /Mayor/
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Masters, John (I356)
 
26 1 NAME John /Sargeant/
1 _MILT
2 DATE 1676
2 PLAC Was a soldier in Major Gilliam's Company, in garrison at Brookfield, MA
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3 PAGE page 478

Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worchester County, vol 2, page 284

(IV) John SARGENT, son of William SARGENT (3), was born in Charlestown, now Everett, Massachusetts, baptized December 8, 1639.

He married, March 19, 1662, Deborah Hillier, of Barnstable. She was born at Yarmouth, October 30, 1643, and died April 20, 1669. Her father was Hugh Hillier.

John SARGENT married (second), September 3, 1669, Mary Bense. She died February, 1670-1.

He married (third) Lydia Chipman, of Barnstable, granddaughter of John Howland, of the " Mayflower. " She was born at Barnstable, December 25, 1654, and died March 2, 1730. Her father was John Chipman.

John SARGENT died in Malden, September 9, 1716. He went to Barnstable with his father and was made a freeman there between 1662 and 1669. He was selectman of the town of Barnstable for six years. In May,1695, the town of Malden made a division of twenty-three hundred acres of common lands and John SARGENT and John SARGENT, Jr., received their proportion of the land.

John SARGENT, Sr., being the man designated to draw the lots for the division of the land. His slate gravestone is to be seen in the Bell Rock cemetery, formerly the old Malden burying ground. All his fifteen children are named in his will, which was made May 20, 1708.

Children of John and Deborah, four, and of John and Lydia, eleven,were:
1. Joseph, of whom later.
2. John, born February 16, 1664-5, married Mary Linnell (died about 1755, daughter of David), resided in Malden and Reading, Massachusetts, and Mansfield, Connecticut, died April16, 1755.
3. Mary, born in 1667, married Nathan Toby, of Sandwich, Massachusetts.
4. Jabez, born April, 1669, died in 1694-5, unmarried.
5. Hannah, born December, 1675.
6. Jonathan, born April 17, 1677, married, March 13, 1699-1700, Mary Lynde, born July 5, 1678, died November 19, 1716, daughter of John; married (second), November 26, 1717, MarySprague, born May 25, 1696, died March 14, 1787, daughter of Jonathan; resided at Malden and Mansfield, Connecticut; died October 27, 1754; was selectman of Malden and representative seven years; in 1735 gave land fora meeting house.
7. William, born November 20, 1680, married, December 30, 1702, Mary Lewis, born March 1, 1681, died February, 1743-4, daughter of Isaac; resided at Malden, where he was selectman nine years; died March 15, 1731-2.
8. Lydia, married in 1701, Joseph Waite, Jr., of Malden.
9. Deborah, married, December 26, 1701, Thomas Waite, of Malden.
10. Ruth, born October 26, 1686, died October 28, 1719.
11. Samuel, bornSeptember 15, 1688, married, December 2, 1714, Elizabeth Pratt, born January 24, 1692-3, daughter of Thomas; resided in Charlestown; died December 7, 1721; widow married (second) John Tufts, of Medford, Massachusetts.
12. Ebenezer, born September 25, 1690, married, August 7,1716, Esther Williams, (died after 1735); married (second) Mary (_____), who died in 1781; resided in Malden, Charlestown and Brookline,Massachusetts; died September 24, 1771.
13. Hope.
14. Mchitable, born September 5, 1696.
15. Sarah, died December 5, 1716.

!Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 18, 32,33.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 478.
Massachuettes Genealogy vol 2, by William Cutter, pg 1003

The marriage of this couple may be wrong if they were married at this time the wife would have been 8 years of age. 
Sargent, John (iii) (I368)
 
27 1 NAME Joies /Church/
2 PLAC 1


widow of thomas church 
Church, Joyce (I436)
 
28 1 NAME Mary /Hawkes/
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3 DATA
4 TEXT 3 NATHANIEL FELCH, of Weston (probably a son of John [2]), m. (pub. Oct.
29), 1732, MARY HAWKES, of Lynn. She d. Nov. 18, 1747, and he m., Jan.
31, 1751, ELIZABETH FULLER, of Newton. She d. May 31, 1761. Chil.,
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Mary Felch ye wife of Nathel. Felch Decsd in Weston Novemr. 18: 1747 
Hanks, Mary (I399)
 
29 1 NAME Sgt Henry /Felch/
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1 _ELEC
2 PLAC Selectmen in 1647, 48, 51, and 81.
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4 TEXT " HENRY FELCH was born about 1610, in Pembrokeshire, Wales, England, and came to America
accompanied by his parents. He was a proprietor at Gloucester, settled for a time in Watertown,
then removed to Reading in 1647, where he immediately became a prominent citizen, being a
selectman in 1647, 48, 51, and 81; surveyor of highways 1648. He probably resided for a time in
Boston, where several of his children were born and died. He died in Reading Nov. 11, 1699;
estate inventoried Dec. 13, 1699, son JOHN administrator. In the town records of Reading he is
frequently designated as `SERGT. HENRY FELCH', indicating that he must have been a member of
`the first military corps of Reading,' formed probably at the time of the incorporation of the town in
1644, called `Reading Infantry Company.' Its first captain was Richard Walker. HENRY married,
about 1648, HANNAH SARGENT, who was baptized July 13, 1629, in Northampton, England,
and died in Reading Dec. 15, 1717, She was the daughter of REV. WILLIAM SARGENT and his
first wife HANNAH. "
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Felch, Henry, Reading 1647, perhaps of Boston in 1657. John Felch grad. at Y. C. in 1758


sources
Data from " Memorial History of the FELCH Family in America & Wales " byW. Farrand FELCH
From " A FELCH -Feltch Pedigree " by Frank Hervey Pettingill:
" Town of Weston. Births, Deaths and Marriages 1707-1850 "
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Descendants of Henry Felch

Generation No. 2


2. HENRY2 FELCH, JR. (HENRY1) was born Abt. 1610 in Wales, North HamptonEngland (Pembrokeshire,Wales), and died 11
November 1699 in Reading, Middlesex, MA. He married HANNAH SARGENT(SARGEANT) 1649 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.
She was born Abt. 13 Juli 1629 in All Saints, Northamptonshire,England,and died 15 Dezember 1717 in Reading, MA.

" HENRY FELCH was born about 1610, in Pembrokeshire, Wales, England, andcame to America accompanied by his parents. He was a proprietor atGloucester, settled for a time in Watertown, then removed to Reading in1647, where he immediately became a prominent citizen, being a selectmanin 1647, 48, 51, and 81; surveyor of highways 1648. He probably residedfor a time in Boston, where several of his children were born and died.He died in Reading Nov. 11, 1699; estate inventoried Dec. 13, 1699, sonJOHN administrator. In the town records of Reading he is frequentlydesignated as `SERGT. HENRY FELCH', indicating that he must have been amember of `the first military corps of Reading,' formed probably at thetime of the incorporation of the town in 1644, called `Reading InfantryCompany.' Its first captain was Richard Walker. HENRY married, about1648, HANNAH SARGENT, who was baptized July 13, 1629, in Northampton,England, and died in Reading Dec. 15, 1717, She was the daughter of REV.WILLIAM SARGENT and his first wife HANNAH. "



Henry Felch Jr. was probably born in Wales, about the year 1610, andundoubtedly emigrated to this country about 1640. The earliet account ofhim tells of his residence in Reading in 1647, but he was probably thereearlier. Mr Savage, and many others confound the father and son, butthere is no evidence recorded, or transmitted to indicate that the fatherever lived in Reading, or the son in Gloucester or Boston. We are almostpositive that Henry Jr. lived in Reading from the birth of his oldest sonin 1650 to his own death in 1699. There is one fact that seems tocontradict this opinion: the fact that the names and dates of birth ofthe first five children of Henry Jr. appear both on the Boston andReading records, excepting Joseph whose date of birth is on neitherrecord. But this may be accounted for the fact that Suffolk County onceembraced Reading and contiguos towns.

HANNAH FELCH, b. Aug. 3, 1692, Reading, Massachusetts. 224 MarriedTHOMAS CLAPP IV Jan. 4, 1715, Weston, Massachusetts. His son John wasappointed administrator and " he made oath that the within in writtencontains a true Inventory of ye estate of his father Henry Felch ofReading, husbandman. "

" An estate to be divided between the widow and 7 children:
John, eldest Sonne, 1/4 Lands, pounds 28,6,8. Chattels,Pounds 19,13,4.
Joseph, 1/8 " 14,3,4 " 9,16,8
Henry Felch found in:

Family History: Colonial Genealogies #1, 1607-1920
Listed in: Colonial Families, Volume III
Page number: 479
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Henry Felch found in:

Family History: Connecticut Genealogies #1, 1600s-1800s
Listed in: Genealogies of Connecticut Families, Vol. I
Page number: 50
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Henry, Jr. Felch found in:

Family History: Lineages of Hereditary Society Members, 1600s-1900s
Listed in: Founders and Patriots of America Index
Page number: 81
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Henry Felch found in:

Genealogical Records: Early New England Settlers, 1600s-1800s
Listed in: The First Settlers of New England
Page number: 103
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Henry Felch found in:

Genealogical Records: Early New England Settlers, 1600s-1800s
Listed in: Guide to the Early Settlers of America
Page number: 247
Go to Page Data Introduction
Henry Felch found in:

Genealogical Records: Early New England Settlers, 1600s-1800s
Listed in: Guide to the Early Settlers of America
Page number: 188
Go to Page Data Introduction
Henry Felch found in:

Genealogical Records: Maine & New Hampshire Settlers, 1600s-1900s
Listed in: First Census of the U.S., 1790 - New Hampshire
Page number: 84
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Henry, Jr. Felch found in:

Genealogical Records: Massachusetts Genealogical Records, 1600s-1800s
Listed in: Boston Town Records, 1630-1699
Page number: 59
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Henry Felch found in:

Genealogical Records: Massachusetts Genealogical Records, 1600s-1800s
Listed in: Pioneers of Massachusetts
Page number: 163
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Henry Felch found in:

Massachusetts & Maine Family Histories, 1650s-1930s
Listed in: Massachusetts and Maine Families, Volume I
Page number: 341
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Henry Felch found in:

The Compendium of American Genealogy, 1600s-1800s
Listed in: Volume VI
Page number: 206
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Henry Felch found in:

The Compendium of American Genealogy, 1600s-1800s
Listed in: Volume V
Page number: 222
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Wm. Green of Woburn 1/8 " " " "
Thomas Cutler 1/8 " " " "
Daniel 1/8 " " " "
Hannah 1/8 " " " "
Ruth 1/8 " " " "

Total pounds 113,6s,8d. pounds 78,13s,4d.


From the records of Mr. Chester W. Eaton of Wakefield is the followinginfo provided:

1648.--- " First election of surveyors of highways, chose John Poole,William Martin, Henry Felch, and John Pearson

1652.--- This year the town ordered.- " That the Lottes that was to belaid out to be on Woburn line, is to be laid out on the Playne, " etc.Under this order the lots were drawn as follows:---- Henry Felch drew 10acres; Samuel Dunton, 10 acres; Francis Smith 20 acres, and others.

1653.--- Sept., 10---Henry Felch, being convicted of ┬┤departing thepublique assembly when the ordinance of baptism was about to beadministered, was admonished by the Court of his sin, and ordered to paycosts to Jonas Eaton, two shillings. "
1658-9.---Names of the inhabitants of Redding(Reading), with the severalplots of Upland, that were given to every man, as it fell to them byLott, on the north side of Ipswich river, with no. of Akers, viz. HenryFelch

1666.--- " Names of the inhabitants that drew land in the division of theGreat Swamp, with their rates in the preceding year:--- Henry Felch,1,6s,9d

1667.--- There were at this time, already erected, fifty-nine houses,owned as follows:---
Samuel Dunton, Henry Felch, Joseph Felch 
Felch, Henry (I405)
 
30 1 _MEND Divorce Family F157
 
31 2 PLAC 1 Wilson, John (I430)
 
32 2 PLAC 9HNZ-b4 Waldram, Thomas (I429)
 
33 2 PLAC W73H-CN Minshall, Sarah (I434)
 
34 American Ancestry, Vol XII, pg 17. Who Begot Thee? by Bent, pg 24,25.

GOWING: From the Gaellc, signifying a smith. The gowan or smith of a Highland clan was held
in high estimation. His skill in the manufacture of military weapons was usually united with great
dexterity in using them and with the strength of body which his profession required. The Gowan
ranked as third officer in the Chiel's household.
Daughter of ROBERT GOWING and ELIZABETH BROCK

GOWING: Baptism: " ELIZ ye daughter of BR. ROBT GOWIN and ELIZ his wife was bapt. 2 mo. 1647. "

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On the Headstone at the grave of Elizabeth Felch, at Weston Ma. The inscription reads:
Here lyes buried
ye body of
Mrs. Elizabeth
Felch, wife of Mr.
John Felch, who
departed Apl 10,
1746 in the 86th
year of her age


Baptism Note: 1647 [before her birth date] 
Gowing, Elizabeth (I404)
 
35 filed in Federal, State, and Local Courts located in New York City, 1792-19: National Archives and Records Admin., Northeast Region. Source (S105)
 
36 ! Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie pg 477. Sargent
Genealogy in America and England by Aaron Sargent, pg 22.

Hall Family, Ancestor Trees and Reports at http://www.genealogy.com/users/h/a/l/Scott-P-Hall/ lists alternate birth date of 1521 Northampton, Finedon, England, UK 
Giffard, Roger (I349)
 
37 !arterial sclerosis Giordan, Annette Flynn (I60)
 
38 !Family record of John W. and Martha Bickmore Shipley. Memorial Historyof
the Felch Family. Genealogical History of Reading by Eaton, pg 71. 
Felch, Elizabeth (ii) (I424)
 
39 !Family record of John W. and Martha Bickmore Shipley. Memorial Historyof
the Felch Family. Genealogical History of Reading by Eaton, pg 71. 
Felch, Hannah (ii) (I426)
 
40 !Family Record of John W. and Martha Bickmore Shipley. Memorial History of the
Felch Family. Genealogical History of Reading, Eaton, pg 71.

" Redding, 28 February, 1699/1700, This may sartifie by whom it may consarne that I Hanah Feltch, Relictt widow of Henry Feltch late of Redding, deceased, who died June . . .
not being capable to com to Woborne to sign the agrement for settlement of the estate:
Therefore I doe desier and ImPower Joseph Burnap to signe forme In my name and sted:
holding it to be correct as tho I signed myself, as witness my hand,

Hanah Feltch, her mark. "
Daughter of REV. WILLIAM SARGENT and HANNAH

[Other dates given:
Birth: 3 Jul 1628 Courteenhall, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
Baptism: 13 Jul 1629 All Saints, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
(before marriage date)
Something is in error here.]--SH 
Sargent, Hannah (I483)
 
41 !Family Record of John W. and Martha Bickmore Shipley. Memorial Historyof the
Felch Family. Genealogical History of Reading, Eaton, pg 71. 
Felch, Hannah (I418)
 
42 !Middlesex Co. Mass, Personal Memoirs by William Richard Cutter, vol 11,pd
410, 411. Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Mass. by EATON, pg 71,
112.

[Unknown Temple code - CLEARE]--SH 
Smith, Katherine (I402)
 
43 !Middlesex Co. Mass, Personal Memoirs by William Richard Cutter, vol 11,pd
410, 411. Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Mass. by EATON,pg 71,
112 
Felch, Elizabeth (iii) (I412)
 
44 !Middlesex Co. Mass, Personal Memoirs by William Richard Cutter, vol 11,pd
410, 411. Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Mass. by EATON,pg 71,
112 
Felch, Hannah (iii) (I413)
 
45 !Pancreatic Cancer Elder, Tom (I568)
 
46 !Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 15, 16,17.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 477.

Alternate birth info: 1578 http://members.nbci.com/dmasters/eng/eng.htm 
Sargent, Alice (ii) (I388)
 
47 !Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 15, 16,17.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 477.

Alternate Birth Info: 16 Jan 1566/1567, East Hadden, Northamptonshire, England, UK
http://members.nbci.com/dmasters/eng/eng.htm 
Sargent, Jane (I387)
 
48 !Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 15, 16,17.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 477.

Alternate birth place: Finedon, Northamptonshire, England, UK 
Sargent, Elizabeth (i) (I382)
 
49 !Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 15, 16,17.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 477.

Baptism: 27 Dec 1576, 199-Colonial Families, Volume III, Sargent Family, p 478. 
Sargent, Michael (I393)
 
50 !Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 15, 16,17.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 477.

Margaret GIFFORD was born about 1535 in Northampton, England. She died on28 FEB 1595 in Northampton,
England. She has Ancestral File number 8FNM-PG. This line can be tracedback to Adam. Last name also spelled
GILLFARD.

SOURCE: 1. Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996, Family HistoryLibrary, 35 North West Temple, Salt Lake
City, Utah 84150
2. Sargent Genealogy In England and America by Aaron Sargent, p 15-17
3. Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michael Call, 1975.
Parents: Nicholas GIFFORD and Agnes MASTERS.

She was married to Hugh SARGENT in 1554 in Courteenhall,Northamptonshire, England. Children were: Elizabeth
SARGENT, Anne SARGENT, Nicholas SARGENT, Roger SARGENT, Mary SARGENT,John SARGENT, Jane
SARGENT, Alice SARGENT, Thomas SARGENT, George SARGENT, MagdalineSARGENT, Richard SARGENT,
Michael SARGENT, Dorothy SARGENT. 
Gifford, Margaret (I411)
 

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