AMERICA THE GREAT MELTING POT
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||see FAMILY TREE|
|Born: 1660 Eastham, Barnstable, MA
|Married: 20 Jan 1684/5 Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
|Died: 05 Feb 1735/6 Canterbury, Windham, CT|
1. Abigail Paine b. 05 Jan 1685/6
2. Mary Paine b. 01 Feb 1694/5
3. Rebecca Paine b.
4. Abraham Paine
5. Elisha Paine b. 29 Dec 1693
6. Solomon Paine b. 16 May 1698
7. Dorcas Paine b. 20 Feb 1698/9
8. Constance Paine
9. Hannah Paine
10. John Paine
Elisha was a resident of Barnstable in 1689, but moved back to Eastham and
resided in "Little Skaket Neck" until 1703.
"After marriage Elisha and Rebecca settled first at Eastham, but were in Barnstable in 1689. They returned to Eastham and resided there until about 1703, when they removed to that part of Plainfield, now Canterbury, Conn. where he purchased a tract of five hundred acres of wild land. Here the took an active part in all public affairs. He was one of the founders of the church in that town in 1711."
Elisha and Rebecca's grandchildren, Aaron Cleveland and Thankful Paine married each other.