genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Daniel* PIERCE
Birth 1611, Ipswich, Suffolk, England92
Death 27 Nov 1677, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,36,37,76
Other Spouses Anne GOODALE
Marriage 1638, Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Spouse Sarah* 1st wife of Daniel Pierce
Birth abt 1620
Death 17 Jul 1654, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts36,37
Children:
1 M Hon., Col. Daniel PIERCE
Birth 15 May 1642, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20
Death 22 Apr 1704, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts36,76
Spouse Elizabeth MILLARD
Marriage 5 Dec 1660, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
2 M Joshua* PIERCE
Birth 15 May 1643, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20
Death 1670, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts36,92
Spouse Dorothy* PIKE
Marriage 7 May 1668, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,22,36
3 F Sarah PIERCE
Birth abt 1644, Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Death 25 Aug 1665, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts36
Spouse Sgt. Caleb MOODY
Marriage 24 Aug 1659, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts23,36
4 F Martha PIERCE
Birth 14 Feb 1648/49, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts36,76
Death 3 Sep 1674, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts76
Spouse Col. Thomas NOYES
Marriage 28 Dec 1669, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,23,36
Notes for Daniel* PIERCE
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DANIEL Watertown, blacksmith, came in the Elizabeth from Ipswich, Co. Suff. (but call. of London by Coffin) 1634, aged 23; freem. 2 May 1638, rem. to Newbury, by w. Sarah had Daniel, Joshua, and Martha. He sw. fidel. 1652, and m. 26 Dec. 1654, Ann, perhaps wid. of Thomas Millerd, and d. 27 Nov. 1677, leav. good est. His wid. d. 27 Nov. 1690; and his d. m. perhaps a Thorpe. [ref 20]
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PIERCE, Daniel, Newbury, and Anthony Littlefield owned 300 a. betw. Cape Porpus and Kennebunk Rivers 1658. As John Spencer's admr., he sued Antipas Maverick in Me. Ct. 1650. 2 of 4 ch: Daniel, Joshua. [ref 22]
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DANIEL1 PIERCE [or PEIRCE], of Newbury, "blacksmith," b. ab. 1611; m. 1st, Sarah --, who d. July 17, 1654 [NE]; 2d, Dec. 26, 1654[NE], Ann Milward. He came to N. England. in 1634; rem. from Watertown to NE. 1638; taxed for lot 3, Mr. Hall's farm in Salis.; owned land in S. in 1661.?? He and wife Ann members NE. chh. 1674; d. Nov. 27, 1677[NE]; will Nov. 12, 1677; March 26, 1678. Wid. Ann d. Nov. 27, 1690[NE]. Children: Daniel, Sarah, Joshua, Martha. [ref 36:286]
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Daniel Pierce, ae. 23, came in the "Elizabeth" of Ipswich, April 30, 1635. Settled at Newbury. Frm. May 2, 1638, blacksmith. Propr.; town officer. Wife Sarah d. July 17, 1654. He m. 2, Dec. 26, 1654, Anne, (widow of Thomas) Milward. Ch.: Daniel, Joshua, Sarah, Martha. He d. 27 Nov. 1677. Will prob. March 26, 1678, beq. to wife Ann according to marriage contract; to her son-in-law Thomas Thorpe; rest to son Daniel Pierce and his male heirs. [ref 37:300]
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Daniel Pierce was the founder and original grantee of Woodbridge. After residing in Woodbridge from its first settlement, 1666, he returned to Newbury, Mass., where he died November 27, 1677, leaving as his widow, Anne Peirce, whose maiden name was Goodale, daughter of John Goodale and wife, Elizabeth, of Yarmouth, England, who had first married Thomas Milward, mariner. She died November 27, 1690. The Hon. Daniel Peirce left a will, dated Nov. 12, 1677 and proved March 26. 1678. [ref 49:623a]
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In 1666, Daniel Peirce of Newbury, Mass., with his son Joshua Peirce, became interested in land in New Jersey. They owned a large part of Perth-Amboy, for which they paid eighty pounds. [ref 67:80]
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Daniell Peirce death 27 Nov 1677 Newbury Essex Sr. [ref 76]
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DANIEL PEIRCE, blacksmith, the founder of the Peirce family of Newbury, Mass., came from Ipswich, Suffolk County, England, in the "Elizabeth" in 1634 at the age of twenty-three. He settled in Watertown, Mass., of which town he was a proprietor, in February, 1636-7. He was made freeman in 1638 and removed to Newbury the same year. His four lots in Watertown were sold. He was born 1611; died 1677; married in England*, Sarah (___), who died in 1654. He married 1654, Mrs. Ann Millward who died in 1690. Children: Daniel, Joshua, Martha, Sarah. [ref 92:79]
*doubtful he married before leaving England in 1634 because first child was born 1642
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occupation: blacksmith, proprietor, town officer

Feb 1636/7 proprietor in Watertown

2 May 1638 freeman
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[Essex probate 3:210]
WILL OF DANIEL PIERCE, 12 Nov 1677 - 26 Mar 1678:

Bee it knowne unto all [men by these copy] prsent that I Daniel Peirce Senr. of newbury beeing sencible of my weekenes and mortality beeing of perfect memory doe hereby make my last will and testament Comending my Soule into the hands of my blessed Redemer the Lord Jesus Christ and my body to the dust inan assurred hope of a blessed Resurection. And for my worldly goods which god of his mercy hath lent vnto me I dispose of as followeth Nouember 12st 1677

Imprs. I giue and bequeth my housesing lands goods & Chattells vnto my Son Daniell Peirce that is to say all my housing & lands that are vndisposed of & appoint him my true & lawfull heire of all & also my sole Executor of this my last will & testament Desireing him to Doe for his brother Joshua Peirces children as he shall see in his discretion meet to be done for them. And wheas vpon my marriag agreement with Anne my wife she was to haue twenty pounds a yeare dureing her naturall life I appoint my said executor that in all conditions shee shal be in, that he prouide all such necessaryes for her that shee shall stand in need of and that she shall inioy her former libertyes in the house dureing her life And for my wiues son in Law Thomas Thorpe prouided he wil bee content & neuer trouble nor molest my son after my decease I giue him a farme at New Jarsy scituate vpon Row Riuer Joyning to John Bishops lande but if he shall forfeit the said gift And wheras I haue giuen my houseing & lands as abou said vnto my said Son that is the farme I now Dwell vpon I giue it vnto my heire & his heirs so that it shall neuer be sold nor any part duided from the lawfull heire male of the same name & kindred but if it should fall out hereafter that my son Daniels Male posterity faile that it should come to Joshuas posterity then the said heire male of his posterity shall pay eight hundred pounds to the daughters of my son Daniels posterity. My funeral being discharged.
Daniel Perce Sener

Witnes: Anthony Sombery, Jno. Dole
Proved in Ipswich court Mar. 26, 1678 by the witnesses.

Inventory of the estate of Daniell Peirce, Senr. of Newbury, deceased Nov.27, 1677 taken by Anthony Somerby and Robert Long : a Farme of about two hundred & thirty acres of upland & meadow with the houseing , Barnes & orchard 1200li. ; A Mault house with about twenty acres of upland and three & thirty acres of meadow & furniture to ye malthouse, 255li. ; his wearing Apparrell, books Armes, 40li.; horse & mare & yearling colt, 7li.; about forty head of neat cattle, oxen, cowes & young Cattle, 94li.; about a hundred & sixty sheep yong & old 40li.; eighteen small swyne, 5li. 16s.; foure feather beds with other bedings, Rugs, sheets blankets, pillows, bedsteads & 2 paire of curtaines, 30li.; Anvil, vice, shop tooles with iron potts, kettles, Brass, pewter, 2 old furnaces, 2 pr. of cottrils, spits, fire shovel & tonges, 20li; 2 trunks, chests, 2 tables, carpet, table linnen, chayres, cushions &c., 8li. ; Barrels, tubs, keylers, bowles, & trayes with other lumber , 2li. 10s.; Carts, wheels, dunpot, ploughs, chaynes and all other utensils for husbandry, 5li. corne & grayne of all sorts in the house and in the Barne, 60li; Negros, 60li.; Debts about 10li ; total, 1837li. 10s. more a farme & stock at new Jarsye, 60li.

Attested in Ispwich court Mar 26 1678 by Daniell Pearce to be a true inventory of the estate of his father Daniel Peirce.
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Notes for Sarah* 1st wife of Daniel Pierce
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some researchers have reported Sarah as a daughter of Gerard Spencer and Alice Whitebread, but their children are much older and include no Sarah
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