Jonathan Prescott Sr

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Jonathan Prescott Sr   see FAMILY TREE
Born: 1643 Watertown, MA

 

   
Married: 23/Dec/1675 Concord, MA

 

   
Died: 05/Dec/1721    

FATHER

John Prescott

MOTHER

Mary Platts

WIFE

Elizabeth Hoare

CHILDREN

1. Jonathan Prescott b. 05/Apr/1677

2. Elizabeth Prescott b. 27/Sep/1678

3. Dorothy Prescott b. 31/Mar/1681

4. John Prescott b. 13/May/1683

5. Mary Prescott b. 14/Aug/1685

6. Benjamin Prescott b. 16/Sep/1687

From Prescott Memorial

"Capt Jonathan Prescott settled in Lancaster where he married his first wife, Dorothy in 1670. She died and he removed to Concord in 1675 where he married Elizabeth, daughter of John Hoar, ESQ, a lawyer of Concord, Mass.
Jonathan was a farmer, and was the ancestor of numerous progeny, many of whom have been distinguished for talents, piety and usefulness. His house was fortified as a garrison house in 1676. He was a man of energy and influence and highly respected being much employed in public business. He represented the town of Concord in the General Assembly for 9 years. He was captain of the militia."
 

After the death of Elizabeth Hoare, Jonathan Prescott then married Rebecca Wheeler, the widow of Peter Bulkley.  Her daughter, Rebecca Bulkley married his son, Jonathan Prescott. 

After Rebecca Wheeler died in 1717, Captain Jonathan Prescott married Ruth Brown on August 18, 1718

 

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