genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name William* STACY
Birth 21 Apr 1656, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts20,22,27,33,76
Death 17 Oct 1705, Kittery, York, Maine22
Father Thomas* STACY (~1630-1690)
Mother Susanna* WORCESTER (1634->1709)
Marriage 25 May 1685, Kittery, York, Maine
Spouse Mehitable* WEYMOUTH
Birth 1669, Kittery, York, Maine33
Death bef 20 Apr 1753, Berwick, York, Maine22
Father Edward* WEYMOUTH (~1639->1719)
Mother Esther* HODSDON (1640->1723)
Children:
1 F Mary STACY
Birth 6 Apr 1690, Kittery, York, Maine32
Death bef 1744, South Berwick, York, Maine
Spouse John THOMPSON
Marriage 22 Jun 1709, Kittery, York, Maine32
2 F Hester STACY
Birth 22 Nov 1693, Kittery, York, Maine22
Death young33
3 M William STACY
Birth 12 Jan 1696, Kittery, York, Maine22
Death aft 175433
4 M Samuel STACY
Birth 19 Apr 1698, Kittery, York, Maine32,33
Spouse Mary PRAY
Marriage 2 Nov 1721, Kittery, York, Maine32,33
5 F Elizabeth STACY
Birth 10 Aug 1701, Kittery, York, Maine22,32,33
Death young33
6 M Benjamin* STACY
Birth 17 Nov 1704, Kittery, York, Maine22,32
Death bef 9 Nov 1758, Kittery, York, Maine22
Spouse Lydia LIBBY
Marriage 17 Oct 1730, Kittery, York, Maine22,25,32,33,46
Spouse Sarah* TIDY
Marriage Jun 1738, Kittery, York, Maine22,32,33
7 F Mehitable STACY
Birth 4 Apr 1706, Kittery, York, Maine22,32,33
Death 1786, Kittery, York, Maine32,48
Spouse Joseph EMERY
Marriage 10 Oct 1726, Kittery, York, Maine32,48
Notes for William* STACY
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WILLIAM, 21 Apr. 1656 [ref 20]
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William, ho. carpenter, Kittery 1679, likely that s. of Thomas and Susanna (Worcester) b. at Ipsw. 21 Apr. 1656, m. Mehitable Weymouth. He wit. in a Sturgeon Creek case at Wells ct. in 1684, gave a note to Wm. Sanders in 1686, ack. judg. to Wm. Pepperell in 1703. Rev. Mr. Pike recorded his death 17 Oct. 1705, a man of more understanding that common among mechanics, but irreligious. Adm. to wid. Mehitable 5 Mar. 1705-6, div. 29 Mar. 1726. Her will, of Kit., now residing in Berwick, 13 Jan. - 20 Apr. 1753, gives 1 s. each to sons Samuel and Benjamin and Thompson gr.ch., residue to dau. Mehitabel. Ch: Mary, Hester, William, Samuel, Elizabeth, Benjamin, Mehitabel. [ref 22]
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William, born April 21, 1656. In 1678, small pox prevailed extensively in Massachusetts, some seven or eight hundred persons dying of it. The only preventive used against its spread was isolation. In the summer the disease was prevailing in Boston, and it reached Salem in October. William Stacey, the miller at the South mills, who lived on what is now Washington Street, a little below Dodge Street, was sick of it, Oct. 17th, when the selectmen ordered him not to "presume to come abroad till three weeks, . . . and that he be very careful that when that time is expired he shift his clothes and do not frequent any company till he be wholly clear of that infection." His father, Thomas Stacy, who had recently removed to Salem, from Ipswich, was then attending the mill, and on that Christmas day the selectmen prohibited him from grinding, and ordered him to be very careful that he doth not infect others. [ref 27:3-113,115]
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William Stacy appears first in Kittery in 1679. He may have been the son of Thomas "Stace" of Ipswich, who married Susan Wooster 4 Aug. 1653. William was born 21 April 1656. William Stacy lived north of Sturgeon Creek. He married Mehitable, dau. of Edward and Esther (Hodsdon) Waymouth. She was appointed administratrix of his estate 5 March 1705. She was born in 1669, as a deposition shows, and died in 1753. Children were: Mary, Hester, William, Samuel, Elizabeth, Benjamin, Mehitable. [ref 33:749]
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William Stace birth 21 Apr 1656 Ipswich Essex /s Thomas and Susanna [ref 76]
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1691 witness in witchcraft trial of Bridget Bishop

29 Mar 1726 estate divided

William probably did not marry Priscilla Buckley as Savage states
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Perley, in "History of Salem" says this William married Priscilla Buckley, a probable error because Priscilla and Mehitable have children of same ages
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Notes for Mehitable* WEYMOUTH
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Mehitabel, 60 in Jan. 1729, m. Wm. Stacy. [ref 22]
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MEHITABLE Weymouth3, b. in Kittery, Me., in 1669; m. William, son of Thomas and Susan (Wooster) Stacy, b. in Ipswich, Mass., Apr. 21, 1656. They lived in Kittery, north of Sturgeon Creek. She was appointed administrator of his estate Mar. 5, 1706; she d. in 1753. Children: Mary, Hester, William, Samuel, Elizabeth, Benjamin, Mehitable. [ref 32:21]
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MEHITABLE m. William Stacy. [ref 33:795]
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WILL of MEHITABLE (WEYMOUTH) STACY, 13 Jan 1753 - 20 Apr 1753:

I Mahetable Stacy of Kittery Widow now residing at Berwick in the County of York being aged & weak but of Sound Mind make and ordain this my last Will & Testament hoping for Pardon & Redemption in & thr" Iesus Christ, I dispose of my Goods and Chattels in Manner & Form following Vizt

I give & bequeath to my Sons Samuel Stacy & Benjamin Stacy to each of them one Shillings g.

I also give & bequeath to my Grand Children the Children of my Daughter Mary Thompson Decd each one Shillings g.

All the Rest & Residue of my Goods Chattels & Estate Rights and Credits Debts Dues & Demands of all & any & every Sort in all and every Place & places namely my Bed Beding & Cloaths & Estate of every kind & Quality I do hereby give & bequeath unto my Daughter Mehetable Emery, She paying the Legacies above mentioned, to her the Said Mahetable Emery & her Heirs & Assigns forever.

And I hereby constitute my Son in Law Ioseph Emery & Mahetable his Wife Executors of this my last Will & Testament: hereby revoking all & every other Will & Wills Legacys Testamts Bequests and Executors by me in any Manner before named made and appointed ratifying this & no other to be my last Will & Testamt
Witness my Hand & Seal Ianuary 13, 1753.
Mehetable (her mark) Stacy (seal)

Signed Sealed pronounced
& declared by the Sd
Mahetable Stacy to be
her last Will & Testamt
in presence of
Nathan Lord jr Mehatable Emery jr
Noah Emery.

Probated 20 April, 1753. Inventory rcturned 8 June 1753, at 8: 18: 0, by Abraham Lord, Caleb Emery and Richard Shackley jr. appraisers.
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