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Children of Isaac and Sarah Morrill: (42)

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Footnote: Thwing, Walter, 1908, History of the First Church of Roxbury, Massachusetts 1630-1904, Page 36

3. Sarah, his daughter, born in England ca 1625 married 1646 to Tobias Davis ca 1643-1646. He was born ca 1621 in Massachusetts and died 23 April 1690. She died 23 January 1648-1649 in Roxbury, Massachusetts due to a miscarriage. In 1635 a grant of six or seven acres was made to Tobias Davis for a corn mill and a fulling mill. He had a blacksmith shop close to the estate of his father-in-law, Isaac Morrill. He married 2nd Bridget Kinman in 1649.
Child:
Sarah Davis born 10 February 1646-1647 in Roxbury, Massachusetts married Timothy Stevens. They had ten children: Timothy, Sarah, John, Joseph, Elizabeth, Marie, Hannah, Samuel, Abigail and Nathaniel Stevens

4. Katherine born in England ca 1627 married John Smith 1 August 1647 in Roxbury, Massachusetts.
Children born in Massachusetts:
Waitstill Smith born 11 January 1659 married Charles Davenport and died 9 August born 1747
Children listed in Isaac Morrell (Morrill)s will:
Isaac Smith born 20 June 1655
John Smith born 4 November 1651
Francis Smith born 23 December 1658 Reading, Massachusetts married Ruth Maverick, daughter of Elias and Anna (Harris) Maverick. They had eight children: John, Isaac, Katherine, Abraham, James, Benjamin, Mary and Elias Smith
Abraham Smith born 10 April 1661
Mary Smith born after her grandfathers will

5 Isaac born 26 November 1632 died January 1633 in Massachusetts

6 Isaac born 5 February 1633-1634 died the same day in Massachusetts

7. Hannah born 16 September 1636 in Massachusetts married Daniel Brewer (Bruer), her cousin, son of Daniel and Hannah (?) Brewer 5 November 1652. He was born ca 1624 in England and died 9 January 1708 in Roxbury, Massachusetts. She was born 9 January 1673 in Massachusetts. She died 6 October 1717 in Roxbury, Massachusetts. He purchased or inherited the family homestead, where they lived.
Children:
Ann Brewer born 9 May 1660
Hannah Brewer born 5 July 1765
Daniel Brewer born 7 February 1669 in Roxbury, Massachusetts married Catherine Chauncy. They had one child: Isaac Brewer He was a tavern keeper and was well known in the community

8. Elizabeth born May 1638 died 1638 in Massachusetts

9. Abraham 6 June 1640 died 20 December 1661


Note: Savage, James in A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settler of New England, Before 1692 Vol. 3 Morehouse-Morse states the following: Ezekiel of Reading (Massachusetts) perhaps a brother to Abraham or son of him (we know this not to be true) or his brother Isaac (also not true) had wife Mary and died on a visit to Roxbury, (Massachusetts) 22 May 1663. His will 31 May 1664 mentions father-in-law and mother, without naming them. His widow probably married 12 August following (1664) to Thomas Hodgman of Roxbury. No children born to them.

Henry of New Haven born 1644 had a daughter Sarah born 1650 and he died 1665.

He then goes into Isaac Morrills information. There is much misinformation when it comes to the dates and names of the Isaacs children. I have also found reference that there were tthree brothers who came to America; however I have never found the name or any more information about the supposed third brother.

New England Historical & Genealogical Register
1852, Vol. VI, Page 184: Early records of Boston

Verbatim

"Isaac ye son of Isaac Morrell borne 26 (9) 1632 & buried (11) 1632.
Issac ye son of Isaac Morrell borne 5 (12) 1633
Abraham ye son of Isaac Morrell borne 6 (4) 1640
Hanna ye daughter of Isaac Morrell borne 16 (7) 1636
Elisabeth ye daughter of Isaac Morrell borne (3) 1638"
Old calendar add two months to convert to new calendar

Insert:
Robert Ring of Salisbury, planter, conveyed to Isaac Morrill of Salisbury, planter, land, 14 1/2 rods by 46 rods, bounded by a highway, highway leading to Hanpton and robert Ring. Wit: Tho: Midget abd Moses Pengry. Ack. 16:2:1670, before robert Pike

Footnotesw:

See: Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Vol. 6, 1675*1678, Page 35
The Essex Antiquarian, 1903, The Essex Antiquarian a Monthly Magazine, Vol. 7, Page 138: Thomas Mudget and Abraham Morrill knew each other before his death












Footnotes:

Thwing, Walter, 1908, History of the First Church of Roxbury, Massachusetts 1630-1904 Pages 18 and 95
Roxbury Church Records, Page 174
Ellis, Charles, 1847, The History of Roxbury Town, Page 71
Drake, Francis, 1908, The Town of Roxbury; Registry Department of the City of Boston, Doc # 93, 1905, Page 111
Ellis, Charles, 1847, The History of Roxbury Town, Page 95
ibid.. Page 95
ibid.. Page 130
New England Historical Genealogical Society, 1912, Vital Records of Reading, Massachusetts to the Year 1850, Page 209
Moyer, Jeannie, Morrell, Morrill Families Association, Vol. 1 #4 December 1981, Page 12
New England Historical Genealogical Society, 1912, Vital Records of Reading, Massachusetts to the Year 1850, Page 209
Williamson, Lois, 1977, Morrill Lineage, Vol. 1, Page 79
* old calendar dates
New England Historic-Genealogical Society, 1852, The New England Historical and Genealogical Society Register, Vol. 6, Page 184
ibid ..Vol. 6, Page 184
ibid ..Vol. 6, Page 184
Williamson, Lois, 1977, Morrill Lineage, Vol. 1, Page 80
New England Historic-Genealogical Society, 1852, The New England Historical and Genealogical Society Register, Vol. 6, Page 184
ibid ..Vol. 6, Page 184
Savage, James A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Before 1692, Vol. 3 Morehouse-Morse, most books do not list a ninth child

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