Ancestors of Tim Farr and The Descendants of Stephen Farr


Ebenezer JOHNSON [Parents] was born 1 on 29 Mar 1660 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 17 Mar 1737. Ebenezer married 2 Sarah WINN on 13 Apr 1691 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Sarah WINN. Sarah married 1 Ebenezer JOHNSON on 13 Apr 1691 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

They had the following children.

  M i Joseph JOHNSON was born on 9 Feb 1702.

Lieut. Seth WYMAN was born 1 on 3 Aug 1663 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died 2 on 26 Oct 1715 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Seth married 3, 4 Ester JOHNSON on 17 Dec 1685 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Ester JOHNSON [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 13 Apr 1662 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. She died 3 on 31 Mar 1742 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Ester married 4, 5 Lieut. Seth WYMAN on 17 Dec 1685 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

given name may be Hester


Benjamin JOHNSON [Parents] was born 1 on 15 Oct 1666 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 22 Apr 1733 in Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Benjamin married 2 Sarah WALKER on 22 Nov 1699 in Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Sarah WALKER. Sarah married 1 Benjamin JOHNSON on 22 Nov 1699 in Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.


Josiah JOHNSON [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 15 Jan 1669 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 16 Dec 1739 in Massachusetts, United States. Josiah married Martha WHITMORE on 24 Jan 1706 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
FIFIELD, Deborah

Martha WHITMORE was born in 1686 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. She died 1 on 25 Aug 1716 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Martha married Josiah JOHNSON on 24 Jan 1706 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

DEATH: " Here lyes the Body of M'rs Martha Johnson Wife to M'r. Josiah Johnson, who Departed This Life the 25 Day of August 1716, in the 30'h
Year of Her Age. " Blessed are the Ded That Die in the Lord." Martha (Whitmore) Johnson, first wife of Josiah Johnson, the son of Major William and Esther (Wiswell) Johnson (Vide Sewall's Woburn, 168, etc.) " Josiah Johnson of Woburn and Martha Whittmore of Med- ford" married Jan. 24, 1705-6. (Woburn Records.)


Josiah JOHNSON [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 15 Jan 1669 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died on 16 Dec 1739 in Massachusetts, United States. Josiah married Deborah FIFIELD.

Other marriages:
WHITMORE, Martha

Deborah FIFIELD. Deborah married Josiah JOHNSON.


Daniel REED. Daniel married 1 Susanna JOHNSON on 6 Jun 1704 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Susanna JOHNSON [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 29 Jun 1671 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Susanna married 3 Daniel REED on 6 Jun 1704 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.


Samuel PIERCE was born 1 on 25 Nov 1681 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died 2 on 26 Jan 1774 in Mansfield City, Tolland, Connecticut, United States. Samuel married 3, 4 Abigail JOHNSON on 14 Jun 1705 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Samuel had a will 5 on 12 Feb 1767 in Mansfield City, Tolland, Connecticut, United States. His will was probated 6 on 14 Feb 1774 in Mansfield City, Tolland, Connecticut, United States.

Abigail JOHNSON [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 4 Oct 1674 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. She died before 26 Jan 1774 in Mansfield City, Tolland, Connecticut, United States. Abigail married 3, 4 Samuel PIERCE on 14 Jun 1705 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.


Henry ROLFE [Parents] [scrapbook] was christened 1 on 5 Sep 1585 in Whiteparish, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom. He died 2, 3 on 1 Mar 1643 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Henry married 4 Honour ROLFE on 28 May 1621 in Whiteparish, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom.

ESTATE OF HENRY ROFFE OF NEWBURY.

" The 15th 12th month 1642 I desire to comend my soule into the hands of the lord Jesus Christ. I desire my goods may be equally divided to my wife & all my children, only my sonne John Roffe must have the howse & land more then all the rest of my children and that their porcons shalbe divided when they be 21 yeares of age if they marry not before In case my wife dye or marry then the goods shalbe divided; otherwise not till my eldest childe come to be 21. yeares of age But still to remayne in their mothers hands with the rest till that either of them are 21 yeares of age or marry If any of my children dye then that porcon shalbe equally divided betweene my wife & the rest of my children. I doe give vnto my wife one great brasse pott and one great brasse pann, and a great brasee posnett and a chafing dish and five pewter platters I doe give vnto my Kinsman Thomas whittear a swarme of bees. I desire my brother John Roffe and my Cosen John Saunders of Sallisbery and william Mondy of Newberry to oversee my will & order it to my desire & accordinge to my will."

Henry Roffe.

Witness: Thomas Hale, Thomas Cowllman, william Mose.
Proved 28: 1: 1643.
Ipswich. Deeds, vol. 1, leaf 2.

Inventory taken 1: 1: 1642, by John Woodbridg, Henry Short and Richard Knight: howse & land, 30li.; Six kowes, 30li.; foure oxen, 24li.; one bull & one steere, 3 yeare old, 7li. 10s.; three beasts, two years old, 8li.; two beasts, one yeare old, 2li. 10s.; three Calves, 1li. 4s.; three hoggs, 1li. 4s.; Bees, 7li. 10s.; haye, 4li.; Soyle, 1li.; Cart, Slead & 3 Yoaks, 1li. 6s.; within the howse: one fetherbed & flockbed, 3li. 10s.; Six fether pillowes, l8s.; 4 Coverleds, 2li.; 5 blanketts, 1li. 10s. ; 3 paier of Sheets, 1li. 8s.; 2li. and a. halfe of bee wax, 2s. 6d.; bowlster Case & pillow & napkins, 10s.; porke, 2li. 7s.; butter & Cheese, 12s.; barrells & butte[r] Cherne & other lumb., 18s.; Pewter, 1li. 7s. 6d.; Brasse, 3li. 13s.; a Brasse pott, 1li.; iron potts, 1li. 6s.; A chafing dish & a posnet, 5s.; 12 bushells of indian come, 2li. 2s.; 9 bushells of wheate, 2li. 6d.; 2 bushells of pease, 9s.; hogsheads & howes & other lumber, 10s.; in apparrell, stock-ins & shoes, 3li.; muskett & fowling peeces & 2 Swords & bandileers, 1li. 19s.; working Tooles & lanthorne, 15s.; bookes, 1li.; spining wheeles, 10s.; a chest & chaiers & other lumb., 10s.; harrow tines, 10s.; total, 153li. 8s. 6d. Ipswich Deeds. vol. 1. leaf 3.

Honour ROLFE [Parents] [scrapbook] was born about 1598 in Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom. She died 1 on 19 Dec 1650 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Honour married 2 Henry ROLFE on 28 May 1621 in Whiteparish, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom.

Honour's will was probated 3 on 30 Sep 1651 in Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
BLANCHARD, Thomas

ESTATE OF HONOR ROLPE OF NEWBURY.

"Henry Largiu of Charlstowne ------ house of Thomas Blanchard on n----- where widdow Honour Rolfe lay ----- berry lay sick. Shee did declare h------ be; that her sonne Beniam Rolfe should haue the substance of her estate, which was her owne pp estate, & that he should be her sole Executor. Only she gaue these pticulers as followeth, her bedding & Clothes linnen and woollen she gaue to be equally deuided betwixt her two daughters. Also shee gaue twenty shillings a piece to her fourc grtuidchildren to be giucn them five yearca after her death. Also one little Cowe she gaue to her Daughter yt hues at Newberry. Also of foure peeces of Brasse shee gaue two to her sonne Benjamin, which he should Choose, & to each of her daughters one. The rest shee gaue to her Sonne Beniamine, saueing two pewter platters which she gauc to cach of her daughters one. & further shoe cxprest her mind about a Barnc that is built vpon pt of her sonne Beniamins ground, she gaue to her sonne John Rolfe all her interest in the ground that the Barne stood vpon. this is the substance of her expression as farr as he can remember
"memorandum that pt of the 22 the whole 23.24 & pt of y 25 lines were blotted out
Ri. Bellingham.
"Taken vpon oath by the said Henry Largin this 20 12 1650. who further saith that the said Honor Rolfe was of a disposeing memory. before me Ri. Belhingham.
"The Testymoney of George Vaghan Aged abought 23 yeares Concerning the last will of Honor Rolfe widdow deceased: 19th of 10th mo. 1650. This Deponent saith that himselfe being in prfence together with Henry Largin some two daies before the death of the aboue said testator, he heard her make this her last will in maner following. Inprimis She bequeathed all her estate in generall to her yongcst Sonne Beniamine Rolfe onely excepted those pticulore which follow: Item to her foure Grand Children she gaue twenty shillings a peec, to be paid them foure or flue yeare after that time. Item all her Right in halfe an acre of Ground on which the Barne stands and a yonge sowe she gaue to her sonne John Rohfe: Item a little Cowe that she had she gaue to her daughter Hanah Dole. Item all her weareing Cloathes & bedding she gaue to be equally deuided betweene her two Daughters Anna and Hanah: these pticu1cm abouesaid this deponent tooke spetiall notice of; & further he saith not: only a day after her sonne in lawe Richard Dole comeing to her desired this Deponent to Aske her what she would doe with the three pounds ten shillings in England, & shoe Answered that she would that her sonne Beniamine should haue a sute of Cloathes out of it, & the rest he should haue meaning her said sonne in Lawe Richard Dole. The word Beniamine enterhined. Taken upon oath this 20th of the 12th mo 1650 before me William Hibbins"
"The Court vpon the Testimoneys of George Vaughan & Henry Largrn of Charlestowne as fare as there Testiinonys doe agree is the will & Testamet of Honour Rolfe." Copy of will, Ipswich Deeds, vol. 1, leaf 123.

Proved 30: 7: 1651 by Henry Lurgen and George Vaughan. Ipswich Quarterly Court Records, vol. 1, page 26.

They had the following children.

  M i Benjamin ROLFE was born in 1638.
  F ii Hannah ROLFE died in 1678.
  F iii Anna ROLFE was born in 1626.
  M iv John ROLFE was born on 10 May 1634. He died on 30 Sep 1681.

George DAVIS [scrapbook] 1 was born in 1610 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He died 2 on 14 Jul 1667 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. George married 3, 4 Sarah CLARKE before 1643 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

May have had a first wife named Mary Audley and then married Sarah who he mentions in his will.

George Davis.___ I, George Davis, beinge bound for Cape Feare, doe now dispose my outward estate as followeth, in case I die before I come againe or shall hear after make any other will; being in health, My whole estate, that I leave in New England, I do bestow vppon my wife and Children, and doe make my wife executrix, and my son, Benjamin, executor Joyntly. My estate to be divided into five parts, two parts I give to my wife and my son Benjamine equaly, the other three parts I give to my five daus to be divided equaly, and to be paid vnto them when they come to age, or when they may, as their mother shall Judg best, and their mothers part she has power to dispose it to her she dies to those or to all of my Children, soe it be to my Children, that are most Loving and dutifull unto her. My house and land I do dispose to my wife and my sone Benjamine, provided my daughters have their portions, though it be in other things. To my sone, .Joseph, I give all that I have now in the shipp, and that we cary with us to Cape Feare, with the weavers loome; but in Case it does Miscary before it come ther, and he corn agen to new England, my executors out of the whole estate shall pay him ten pound farther, becaus my Daughters, som of them, are young, and to be brought vpp in the feare of God and well educated, is my desire, which I hope my wife will not be wanting in, therfor their portions shalbe responsable for theire bringinge upp and left to the discresion of my wife what to pay them when they come to age, or when she
dies. I have chosen for one overseer of this my last will, my brother, William Clark, of hun, and doe you chuse another whome you think fit, and give them 40s apeece, and trust to their faithfullnes and care for my poor Chilldren. Dec. 7, 1664. GE0RG DAVIS.

Printed from NEHG Register, Volume 16, January 1862, New England Historic Genealogical Society & Broderbund Software, Inc., Banner Blue Division, March 6, 2001


Soon after George Davis's death, certainly before 1672, Sarah was married for a second time, to Nicholas Rist of Reading [Eaton, 109 110). The will of Sarah Rist of Redding, written 20 Sept. 1697, probated 15 May 1698, touching the worldly estate that my former husband George Davis and my son Benjamin Davis gave to me by their last wills for to dispose of, give and devise the same as follows: to grandson Joshua Davis all ye Homestead.... that is ye same that I now dwell in.. with all the lotts, divisions and dividents. . . .thereto belonging, Joshua to pay to my daughters the legacies hereafter mentioned: to daughter Sarah Cole, to daughter Hannah Boutell, to son-in-law Timothy Wylye [mentioned as William Clarke's nephew and son of Thomas Clarke's neighbor], to daughter Mary Damon, to Susannah Richardson. Executor: Joshua Davis, grandson. Witnesses: Benjamin Burnap, Doroas Burnap, Elizabeth Arnold. [Middlesex Co. Prob. 9:399.] This last witness was the orphaned granddaughter of Thomas Clarke of Readingl Elizabeth Arnold was born at Reading 17 June 1079, daughter of William and Elizabeth (Clarke) Arnold; she married in Woburn, 22 Dec. 1699, James Richardson. At the time she signed this will both her parents and both her Clarke grandparents were dead. Was she then living with her next of kin, her grandfather's sister Sarah Rist? On 11 Aug. 1701 Joshua Davis of Boston, Joyner, and wife Rebecca sold to William Bryant of Reading, blacksmith, inter alia, a houselot bounded by land of William Arnold deceased [Thomas Clarke's son in law]; also a meadow bounded by William Eaton and Major Swaine [Thomas Clarke's stepson); also a parcel of meadow and swamp-land whioh lyeth undivided between Nicholas Fist and me Joshua Davis, arain bounded by land of William Arnold deceased. All these lands were located in Reading. Witnesses:  Jeremiah Swayne, Jn0 White, Joshua Eaton. [Middlesex Deeds, 13:12.1 This grantor, Sarah Rist's grandson, Joshua Davis son of Joseph Davis, was born at Reading 29 Jan. 1673, married there 29th May 1697 Rebecca Peirce, daughter of John and Ruth (Bishop) Peirce [TAG, supra, 25:163j. The grantee, William Bryant, blacksmith, of Reading, had married there on 5 May 1701 Rebecca Arnold, Thomas Clarke's granddaughter, born at Reading 6 Dec. 1661, daughter of William and Elizabeth (Clarke) Arnold. The property described was a part of George Davis's estate as a proprietor of Reading, which estate had passed to Joshua Davis by his grandmother's will, and which he thus conveyed to his second cousin's husband, probably because William Bryant had already or was about to come into possession of adjoining lands which had belonged to his grandfather in law, Thomas Clarke. It's all in the family~ George Davis and Sarah Clarke had eight children, the last six recorded at Reading:

i. Benjamin, d. at Reading in October 1679 (probably on 31 Oct. rather than on 13 Oct. as shown in the printed vital records of Reading). During King Philip's War he Was a soldier in Capt. Poole's Company (George M. Bodge, Soldiers in King Philip's War, 1906, 420). The will of Benjamim Davis, dated the 29th of Oct. 1679, proved 6, 8, 1682, gave his whole estateTo his mother Sarah Rice (or Rist), except two acres to his sister Mary Grover to help her bring up her children while she remains a widow. Executors: Goodwife Rice and John Damon, who was also a witness. Inventory of the estate of Benjamin Davis who departed this life the last of October 1679 taken 5, 9th, 1679, by Jeremiah Swayn and Benjamin Fitch, totaled 158.01.00 Including housing, lands, orchard, neadow, swamp and divident, oxen, cows, steer, horse, bridles, saddle, pistols, cutlash and other acooutemts, guns, one pair Sandiliers, joiner's tools and household equipment very evidently the same coproperty enumerated in their father's estate (Middlesex Co. Prod. 5:171.). ii. Joseph. d. at Reading 28 Jan. 1676; im. Hannah  On  3 Apr.1677 administration on the estate of Joseph Davis was granted to his widow, Hannah Davis. Inventory amounting to about forty pounds included house, homelot and swamp lands (ibid. 3:166; b:259). Six children, born at Reading, one of these was the ubiquitous Joshua Davis who settled his grandmother Rist's estate. iii. Hannah, b. 31 May 161.8, d. at Woburn in 1719; m. at Lynn 10 May 16o9, John Boutwell, b. there in 161.5, d. at Reading 3 Dec. 1719 aged 71. years, son of James and Alice Boutwell. Nine children, born at Reading. iv. Sarah, b. 1 Oct. 1651; m. at Salem, 11 June 1670, Abraham Cole, b. ca. 1638, d. autumn 1715, son of Thomas and Ann Cole. Re was a tailor at Salem; eight children born there (Perley, 2:131.). v. Elizabeth, b. 16 Jan. 1651., d. at Reading 21 July 1695; m. there 22 Jan. 1678, Timothy Wiley, b. there 21. Apr. 1653, d. there 19 Dec. 1777 son of John and Elizabeth Wiley. Four children, born at Reading. He m. (2) in 1696 Susanna  , who probably d. at Reading 31 Aug. 1732 (Eaton, 126). vi. Mary, b. 16 Jan. 1657/8, d. at Reading 27 Nov. 1727; m. (1) Matthew Grover, who d. in 16W. Two children. She m. (2) Sammiel Damon, b. at Peading 23 June 1656, d. there 12 Jan. 1723/1., son of Dea. John and Abigail

Source: Book area US/CAN 973 D25 aga v.39

DEATH: Actually died at Cape Fear, N.C.

Sarah CLARKE [Parents] [scrapbook] was born in 1620 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. She died 1 on 3 May 1698 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Sarah married 2, 3 George DAVIS 4 before 1643 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

Sarah had a will 5 on 20 Sep 1697 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Her will was probated 6 on 16 May 1698 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
RIST, Nicholas

Sarah married Nicholas Rist or Rice after the death of her first husband George Davis.

(Warrant for Arrest of Sarah Rice)
To: To the Constables in Reding

You are in theire Majesties names hereby required to apprehend and bring before us Sarah Rice the wife of Nicholas Rice of Reding on Tuesday next being the 31't day of this Instant moneth. at the house of Lt Nathan'l Ingersalls at Salem Village aboute ten of the Clock in the forenoon, who stand charged with haveing Committed. sundry acts of Witchcraft on the Bodys of Mary Walcot and Abigail Williams & others, to theire great hurt: &c in order to her Examination Relateing to the premises aboves'd faile not Dated Salem May 28'th 1692
[fig=BS30719a][/fig] us *John Hathorne [unclear: ] Assis'ts
*Jonathan. Corwin
(Reverse) In obedence to this warant I have brought the Body of Sarah Rice the wife of Nicolas Rice of Redding to the house of Leut nathanal Ingersons in Salem Viledg the: 31 of this Instant May: 1692
Atest *John Parker Constable of Redding
( Essex County Archives, Salem -- Witchcraft Vol. 2 Page 52 )

(Complaint v. Martha Carrier, Elizabeth Fosdick,
Wilmott Reed, Sarah Rice, Elizabeth How, John Alden,
William Proctor, John Flood, Mary Toothaker and
daughter, and Arthur Abbott)
Salem May the 28'th 1692

Joseph Houlton and John Walcot both of Salem village Yeomen made Complaint in behalfe of theire Majes'ts against Martha Carrier  of Andover the wife of Thomas Carrier of s'd Towne husbandman  Elizabeth Fosdick of Maulden or charlstown William Reed of Marble- head the wife of Samull Reed of s'd placeSarah Rice of Reding  the wife of Nicholas Rice of s'd Towne Elizabeth How the wife of  James How of Topsfeild Capt John Alden of Boston Mariner, William  procter of Salem farmes, Capt John flood of Rowley marsh on  boston Mary Toothaker, the wife of Roger toothaker of Belrica,  and Mary Toothaker the daughter of s'd Roger Toothaker Arthur  Abott that lives between Ips. Topsfeild & wenham for sundry acts  of Witchcraft by them and Every one of them Committed on the  Bodys of Mary Walcot, Abigail Williams Marcy Lewis Ann putnam  and Others belonging to Salem Village or farmes Lately, to the hurt  and Injury of theire bodys therefore Craves Justice.

*Joseph houlton
*John Walcutt

Carrier of Andover -- -Marshall Essex

Reed of Marblehead -- Const --

Rice of Reding -- Const -- -

How of Topsfeild -- -Const

Wm procter -- -Const --

( Essex County Archives, Salem )


(Petition of Nicholas Rice)
To the honoured Generall Court now Sitting in Boston

The humble Petition of Nicholas Rist of Reading Sheoweth that whereas Sara Rist wife to the petition'r was taken into Custody the first day of June last and ever Since laine in Boston Goal for witchcraft, tho in all this time Nothing has been made Appear for w'ch shee desur'd Imprisonment or death, the petition'r has been a husband to the Said woman above Tweinty years, in all w'ch time he never had reason to accuse her for any Impietie or witchcraft, but the Contrary Shee lived w'th him as a good Faithfull dutifull wife and alwise had respect #[to the respect] to the ordinances of God while her Strength Remain'd and the petition'r on that Consideration is Obliged in Conscience and Justice #[oblige] to use all lawfull means for the Support and preservation of her life, and it is deplorable that in old age the poor decriped woman should ly under Confinment so long in a Stinching Goal when her Circumstances rather requires a Nurse to Attend her


May it therefore please yo'r hon'rs  to take this matter in to yo'r prudent  Considerations.and derect Some  speedy Methods whereby this ancient  decriped person may not for ever ly  in such Miserie wherein her life is  made more afflictive to her than death,  and the petition'r Shall as in dutie bound  Ever pray

Dated the 19'th october 1692
(Reverse) 1692 The humble petition of Nicholas Rist of Reading

( Mass. Archives Vol. 135 No. 63 )

They had the following children.

  M i
Benjamin DAVIS died 1 on 13 Oct 1679 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.



Benjamin, d. at Reading in October 1679 (probably on 31 Oct. rather than on 13 Oct. as shown in the printed vital records of Reading). During King Philip's War he was a soldier in Capt. Poole's Company (George M Bodge, Soldiers in King Phllip's War, 1906, 420). The will of Benjamin Davis, dated 29 Oct. 1679, proved 6, 8, 1682, gave his whole estate to his mother Sarah Rice [or Rist], except two acres to his sister Mary Grover to help her bring up her children while she remains a widow." Executors: Goodwife Rice and John Damon, who was also a witness. Inventory of the estate of Benjamin Davis "who departed this life the last of October 1679" taken 5, 9th, 1679, by Jeremiah Swayn and Benjamin Fitch, totaled £188.01.00, lncIuding housing, lands, orchard, meadow, swamp and "divident," oxen, cows, steer, horse, bridles, saddle, pistols, cutlash and other "accoutemts, guns, one pair Bandiliers, joiner's tools and household equipment very evidently the same property enumerated in his father's estate (Middlesex Co. Prob. 5:174).
  M ii Joseph DAVIS was born in 1643. He died on 28 Jan 1676/1677.
  F iii Hannah DAVIS was born on 31 May 1648. She died in 1719.
  F iv Sarah DAVIS was born on 1 Oct 1651.
  F v Elizabeth DAVIS was born on 16 Jan 1654. She died on 21 Jul 1695.
  F vi Mary DAVIS was born on 16 Jan 1657. She died on 27 Nov 1727.
  M vii
John DAVIS was born 1 on 20 Jul 1660 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died 2 on 4 Nov 1660.
  F viii
Susannah DAVIS was born 1 on 11 May 1662 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. She died 2 in 1738 in Stoneham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Susanna, b. 11 May 1662, d. prob. in Stoneham In 1738; m. (1) in Woburn, 22 Oct. 1680, John Richardson, b. there 24 Jan. 1660/1, d. 18 Mar. 1715, son of Lt. John and Elizabeth (Bacon) Richardson. Four children, born in Woburn. (John Adams Vinton, The Richardson Memorial, .1876, 190.) She in. (2) David Roberts; m. (3] as his third wife, Peter Hay, who d. in Stoneham 1 Apr. 1748 aged 91 years. Peter Hay m. (1) 26, 1, 1685, Mary Kibbey, who d. 12 Mar. 1693/4; m. (2) Sarah who d. at Stoneham 3 Mar. 1729 in her 69th year; m. (3) Susanna (Davis)(Richardson) Roberts; m. (4) int. 29 Oct. 1742, Ruth (Peirce)(Eaton)(Dunster) Marrett, who d. 10 July 1748. (T. B. Wyman, Estates and Genealogies of Charlestown, 1:483; TAG, supra, 26:163.)

Joshua DAVIS [Parents] was born 1 on 29 Jan 1673 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Joshua married Rebecca PIERCE on 24 May 1697 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

Rebecca PIERCE. Rebecca married Joshua DAVIS on 24 May 1697 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.

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