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1. Jonathan Prescott b. 03/Jun/1702
2. Rebecca Prescott b. 14/Aug/1704
3. John Prescott b. 08/May/1707
4. Peter Prescott b. 17/Apr/1709
5. Charles Prescott b. 15/Aug/1711
6. Elizabeth Prescott b. 02/Dec/1713
7. Dorothy Prescott b. 13/May/1716
8. Abel Prescott b. 07/Apr/1718
9. Mary Prescott b. 03/Jul/1720
10. Lucia Prescott b. 25/Aug/1723
11. Benjamin Prescott b. Abt 1724
According to the Prescott Memorial, "Jonathan settled in Concord, Mass, as a
physician, where he pursued his professional duties with success. His
inscription on his monument at Concord reads, "He was a gentleman of virtue and
merit; an accomplished and successful physician, excelling in surgery;
possessing much sagacity and penetration of mind. His life was highly valued and
his death greatly lamented."
From the Concord Guide Book, by George Bradford Bartlett c. 1880, pg 110
"The 'Old Curiosity Shop.' It would have delighted the heart of Dickens or Scott to be able to examine the remarkable collection of rare and curious articles which Mr. C. E. Davis has for years been gathering, and which can bee seen in his rooms at the Court House. -- There are dozens of sets, and parts of sets of old family china, from one hundred to two hundred and fifty years old - furniture once belonging to Peter Bulkeley, and brought by him from England in 1635. --- a very beautiful old clock, said to be at least three hundred years old, also an old chair, both of which belonged to Dr. John Prescott, who died in 1729. -- an old book printed in 1628 with the autograph of 'Peter Bulkley, Concord Towne, 1640' "