9. John Hoxsie4,23 was born on 2 Mar 1676/77 in Sandwich, Plymouth Colony. He died in 1767 in Richmond, Washington, Rhode Island Colony. Alternate spelling; (Haxie) (Hausie). John moved to Rhode Island about 1698 and settled in that part of Westerly later called Richmond. He married Mary Hull, daughter of Joseph and Experience (Harper) Hull. Joseph Hull was born in 1652, was a Quaker preacher, served as Governor's Assistant 1699-1703, was a cooper and trader. The first of the name in America was Joseph Hull, born 1594, B.A. Oxford University 1614, to America 1635, founder of Barnstable, later of Yarmouth and York, Maine. Clergyman, Deputy to General Court 1638. His son Tristram Hull was the father of Joseph Hull, whose daughter married John Hoxsie. John Hoxsie married second, in 1736, Ann Richmond, who probably brought him no children. She was very active in the Friends affairs. John Hoxsie was made a freeman at Westerly 1727. He served as Justice 1733-36. At the first town meeting held after the organization of Charlestown in 1738, he was elected town treasurer and overseer of the poor.
Hoxsie and Mary Hull were married in 1701 in Kingston, Newport Settlement, Rhode
Island Colony. Mary Hull24 (daughter of Rev Joseph Hull and Experience Harper)
was born in 1681 in Falmouth, Plymouth Colony. She died in 1734/35
in Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island Colony. John Hoxsie and Mary
Hull had the following children:
John Hoxsie and Ann Richmond were married
on 20 Mar 1735/36 in Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island Colony. Ann Richmond25,26 (daughter of John Richmond and
Elizabeth Irish) was born on 1 Nov 1706 in Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island.
She died on 12 May 1785 in Hopkinton, Washington, Rhode Island.
John Hoxsie and Ann Richmond had the following children: