genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name John* DYER
Birth 10 Jul 1643, Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts20,76,79
Death 2 Jun 1696, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts79
Father Dea., Capt. Thomas* DYER (1612-~1676)
Mother Agnes* REED (~1625-1667)
Other Spouses Mary BICKNELL
Marriage abt 1678, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Spouse Elizabeth* DOWSE
Birth 15 Mar 1647, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts20,37,79
Death aft 1732, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts79
Father Lawrence* DOWSE (1613-1691)
Mother Margery* RAND (~1625-1714)
Other Spouses Thomas LARKIN
Children:
1 F Elizabeth DYER
Birth 1 Jul 1679, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts20,71,79
2 M Nathaniel DYER
Birth 17 Oct 1681, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts20,71,79
Death 10 Dec 1681, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
3 F Mary* DYER
Birth 3 Jun 1683, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts20,71,79
Death 5 Sep 1759, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts79
Spouse Benjamin* KETTLE
Marriage 5 Dec 1705, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts23,79
4 M Samuel DYER
Birth 13 Oct 1685, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts20,71,79
Death young, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts79
5 M Joseph DYER
Birth 2 Mar 1686/87, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts20,71
Death abt 1720
Spouse Lydia HOUGH
Marriage 19 Dec 1717, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts23,79
6 F Sarah DYER
Birth 6 Feb 1691/92, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts79
Notes for John* DYER
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JOHN, Boston, 10 July 1643, by w. Mary had Thomas, b. 18 Sept. 1673; and Benjamin, 15 July 1677. He was prob. s. of Thomas of Weymouth, and there had John; and at B. by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth, Nathaniel, Mary, Samuel, and Joseph. Admin. of his est. was giv. 11 June 1696 to wid. and eldest s. John [ref 20]
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John Dyer birth 10 Jul 1643 Weymouth Norfolk twin /s Thomas [ref 76]
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at Weymouth "Jon. son of Tho: Dier borne 10 (5) 1643" (10 JUL) [NEHGS &GR]

occupation clothworker or ironmonger

abt 1672 moved to Boston; 1681, 1688 and 1691 Boston tax roll

1680 member of Capt. Daniel Hinckman's Company; 30 Apr 1684 member of Capt. John Wing's company

1680, 1685 "tythinge man"
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[following copied from Frank Dyer's website]
Administration on the estate of John Dyer, late of Boston, Iron monger, deceased was granted to Elizabeth Dyer, his relict, and John Dyer his eldest son, 11 June 1696. His inventory, taken by Wm. Griggs, Robt. Gibbs, and Thomas Jackson, amounting to 854 11s. 11d., was sworn to by Elizabeth Dyer and John Dyer of Boston, 20 Aug. 1696. (Suffolk Probate, 11:171). The estate was distributed, 2 Mar. 1698-9, the residue of the personal estate amounting to 331 10s. 10d. to Elizabeth, his relict widdow and his six children, being John Dyer, the eldest son, and Benjamin, Joseph, Elizabeth, Mary, and Sarah Dyer. The house and land were given to the eldest son, John Dyer, subject to Elizabeth's dower, he to pay to his brothers and sisters, their shares, and also, on Elizabeth's death, to pay them their shares, and also, on Elizabeth's death, to pay them their shares of her dower. Elizabeth Dyer, Widow, John Dyer, Cooper, and Benjamin Dyer, all of Boston, and "Nathanll Dowse Glasz. of Charlestown" bonded for Elizabeth Dyer and John Dyer as adms. of estate of John Dyer, late of Boston Deceased, 11 June 1697. (Suffolk Probate, New Series, 16:68). Letters of Guardianship from Elizabeth and Mary Dyer Daughrs of John Dyer deced unto their Mother Elizabeth Dyer
Know all men by these presents That We Elizabeth Dyer aged about Twenty years, and Mary Dyer aged about Sixteen years, both Daughters of John Dyer late of Boston . . . Iron monger deced Have nominated and chosen. And Do hereby nominate make choice of and depute our honoured Mother Elizabeth Dyer of Boston aforesd to be our and each of our Guardian . . . Witness our hands and Seals herewith Set the Sixteenth day of March Anno Domini 1698-9 Elizabeth Dyer and a Seal, Mary Dyer and a Seal . . . in presence of Nathll Dows, Edward Turfrey. The same day Elizabeth was granted guardianship of her son Joseph Dyer and daughter Sarah Dyer, "both children of your sd late husband John Dyer" and minors under fourteen years of age. On her bond, William Hough, Tallow Chandler, of Boston and Nathaniel Dowse, Glazier, of Charlestown appear as her sureties for all the children, the bond being signed 16 Mar. 1698.
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buried in the Deacon Thomas Dyer plot, King's Chapel Burial Ground, Boston MA: John Dyer AE 52 2 Jun 1696.
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Notes for Elizabeth* DOWSE
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Elizabeth b. at Boston 15 Mar. 1647, m. 18 June 1674, Thomas Larkin, as sec. w. [ref 20]
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Elizabeth b. 15 (1) 1647 [ref 37:144]
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ELIZABETH2 DOWSE (LAWRENCE1), born in Charlestown, Mass., 15 Mar. 1647, died, probably in Charlestown, after 1732. She married first, in Charlestown, 18 June 1674, as his second wife, THOMAS LARKIN, born in Charlestown, 18 Oct. 1644, died there of smallpox, 10 Dec. 1677, aged thirty-three years, son of EDWARD and JOANNA (___) LARKIN. She married secondly about 1678, as his second wife, JOHN DYER of Boston, born in Weymouth, Mass., 10 July 1643, died in Boston, Mass., 2 June 1696, son of Deacon THOMAS DYER. THOMAS LARKIN married first, 13 Sept. 1660, Hannah Remington of Charlestown. JOHN DYER married first about 1670, Mary Bicknell, born in Weymouth about 1655, died 1677, daughter of John and Mary (Shaw) Bicknell. Elizabeth Dowse is recorded in the First Church Records as follows: Admitted to Full Communion, 3 Oct. 1675: Elizabeth Larkin the wife of Thomas Larkin (sejant Dows: d); Dismissed to the 1st ch. of Boston by the name of Drew [Dier]; She was admitted to the First Church Boston, 6 July, 1679. [ref 79:110] Wyman does not give any administration to Thomas Larkin, but his heirs, namely his three daughters, sell Thomas Rand a house in 1692 and more property to John Newell the same year. If he had any other children living at the time they would undoubtedly have also signed the deeds, hence both his sons by his second wife, Elizabeth Dowse, must have died before 1692. Administration on the estate of John Dyer, late of Boston, Iron monger, deceased was granted to Elizabeth Dyer, his relict, and John Dyer his eldest son, 11 June 1696. His inventory, taken by Wm. Griggs, Robt. Gibbs, and Thomas Jackson, amounting to 854 11s. 11d., was sworn to by Elizabeth Dyer and John Dyer of Boston, 20 Aug. 1696 (Suffolk Probate, 11:71). The estate was distributed, 2 Mar. 1698-9, the residue of the personal estate amounting to 331 10s. 10d. to Elizabeth, his relict widdow and his six children, being John Dyer, the eldest son, and Benjamin, Joseph, Elizabeth, Mary, and Sarah Dyer. The house and land were given to the eldest son, John Dyer, subject to Elizabeth's dower, he to pay to his brothers and sisters, their shares, and also, on Elizabeth's death, to pay them their shares, and also, on Elizabeth's death, to pay them their shares of her dower. Elizabeth Dyer, Widow, John Dyer, Cooper, and Benjamin Dyer, all of Boston, and "Nathanll Dowse Glasz. of Charlestown" bonded for Elizabeth Dyer and John Dyer as adms. of estate of John Dyer, late of Boston Deceased, 11 June 1697 (Suffolk Probate, New Series, 16:68). Letters of Guardianship from Elizabeth and Mary Dyer Daughrs of John Dyer deced unto their Mother Elizabeth Dyer. Know all men by these presents That We Elizabeth Dyer aged about Twenty years, and Mary Dyer aged about Sixteen years, both Daughters of John Dyer late of Boston . . . Iron monger deced Have nominated and chosen. And Do hereby nominate make choice of and depute our honoured Mother Elizabeth Dyer of Boston aforesd to be our and each of our Guardian . . . Witness our hands and Seals herewith Set the Sixteenth day of March Anno Domini 1698-9 Elizabeth Dyer and a Seal, Mary Dyer and a Seal . . . in presence of Nathll Dows, Edward Turfrey. The same day Elizabeth was granted guardianship of her son Joseph Dyer and daughter Sarah Dyer, "both children of your sd late husband John Dyer" and minors under fourteen years of age. On her bond, William Hough, Tallow Chandler, of Boston and [ref 79:111] Nathaniel Dowse, Glazier, of Charlestown appear as her sureties for all the children, the bond being signed 16 Mar. 1698. After John Dyer's death, Elizabeth probably returned to Charlestown with her children. In 1716, her son, Joseph Dyer, buys of his brother-in-law, Benjamin Kettell, a house in Charlestown, occupied at the time by Thomas Lord and John Edmands. In 1717-18, Elizabeth Dyer, widow, with Joseph Dyer, mariner, Elizabeth Dyer, jr., Sarah Dyer, and Mary, wife of Benjamin Kettell, sells land in Charlestown to Samuel Sweetser. Children: Thomas, Thomas, Elizabeth, Nathaniel, Mary, Samuel, Joseph, Sarah. [ref 79:112]
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