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Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Leonard* HARRIMAN
Birth 1622, Rowley, East Riding, Yorkshire, England
Death 26 May 1691, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts
Marriage bef 1649
Spouse Margaret* PALMER
Birth 1628
Death 20 Oct 1676, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts
Children:
1 F (dau) HARRIMAN
Birth 1649, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts
2 M John HARRIMAN
Birth 16 Mar 1650, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts76
Death 18 Sep 1675, Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts
3 M Matthew* HARRIMAN
Birth 16 Jun 1652, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts76
Death 28 Oct 1726, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouse Elizabeth* SWAN
Marriage 22 Dec 1673, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51
Spouse Mary CALEE
Marriage bef 1718
4 F Hannah HARRIMAN
Birth 22 Mar 1655, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts76
Death 19 Feb 1725, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts76
Spouse Caleb BOYNTON
Marriage 26 May 1674, Rowley, East Riding, Yorkshire, England23
5 M Jonathan HARRIMAN
Birth 5 Oct 1657, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts76
Death 28 Feb 1740/41, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouse Sarah PALMER
Spouse Margaret ELITHORP
Marriage 19 Aug 1691, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts23
6 F Mary HARRIMAN
Birth 1662, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts
Death 7 Oct 1732, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts76
Spouse Samuel COOPER
Marriage 25 Jun 1691, Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts
Notes for Leonard* HARRIMAN
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son of Matthew HARRIMAN of Uldale, England
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Probably came to Massachusetts. with the Rev. Ezekiel Rogers on the ship "John" from Hull England in 1638. He was with Rogers company at the settlement of Rowley in 1639

bef 10 Jan 1643 land owner in Rowley survey; 4 Feb 1661/2 gate survey, two gates for "the Acre and halfe lot that was John Spoferds and what was purchased of the towne"; Nov 1679 conveyed to Thomas Hardee Sr. of Merrimack 'Twenty acres ... lyftig & being within . . . that Tract of land called Merrimack land . . . granted me by ye Town of Rowley . . . In Witness whereof I ye said Leonard Herryman & Margaret my wife in Acknowledgment of her free and full consent to this my act & Deed have herewith Set our hands &.Seales"

"Leonard Haryman, of Rowley," was among those who owed debts to the estate of Thomas Sandbrooke of Boston, a transient trader.
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John and Leonard Harriman, (brothers) Yorkshire Puritans, emigrated from Rowley, in Yorkshire, England, about the year 1638, Leonard being sixteen years of age. He is believed by some to have been of the first company. Yorkshire is the largest county of England, and is situated in the north central part, midway between London and Edinburgh. John Harriman settled in what is now New Haven, Ct. and died in 1681. Leonard Harriman, (brother of John who went to New Haven,) is found among the early settlers of Rowley, Mass., and was "admitted freeman," in 1647, when the name on the records is given - Hurryman. Rowley then embraced the present Rowley, and also Boxford, Groveland, Bradford, and Georgetown. He bought, in 1667, of John Todd, the houselot laid out to John Spofford, on Bradford street, now the corner of Bradford and Common streets. He was a farmer and a mechanic; and in the latter capacity manufactured looms. It is thought the loom shop stood on the brook, at the rear of the other buildings, and was run by water. On an ancient tax list of Rowley, sometime before 1664, Leonard was taxed 0, 8, 9. His wife was Margaret (___), who died--October 20, 1676. He died May 26, 1691. His will was dated 12 May, 1691, proved 24 September, 1691. Mentions son Matthew to have land in Haverhill. Children: a daughter, John, Matthew, Hannah, Jonathan, Mary. [source: "Lamb-Savoy-Harriman Family Records" by Fred W. Lamb]
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(Essex co Probate 304:385)
WILL of LEONARD HARRIMAN, 12 May 1691 - 29 Sep 1691:

In the name of God Amen I, Leonard Herriman of Rowley, in ye county of Essex, in New England, being Infirme of body but of Competent understanding as formerly doe make this my last will & Testament as Followeth:

Imprm, I committ my soule into ye hands of God who gave it to me and my body to decent buriall in hopes of a happy resurection through the power and strength and merits of my dear Redeemer, the Lord Jesus Christ. As to my outward estate I dispose of it as followeth:

To my eldest son Mathew Herriman I give and bequeath all my lands & meadows in ye bounds of Haverhill provided he pay eight pounds which I engaged to pay for him to Mr. Wainwright, & forty shillings in money to his Sister Mary which if he doe not I reserve the percell of meadow I bought of Abraham Whittichar, called spicket meadow giveing it to my Executor hereafter named to enable him to pay the sd sum or sums, & to his son matthew my grandchild, I give my armes & amunition: To my son Jonathan Harriman I hereby confirme that which I have given him by deed of gift upon marriage, & the new leanto built agst his roome and my shop and loomes and all the working geers belonging to them & all my utensills of husbandry and half my part of the hayboat. Also I give him the other half of my lands in Rowley provided he pay to his sister Hannah Boynton within six years after my decease in corne or cattle or both the sum of thirty pounds: and to his sister, Mary Herrman the sum of thirty pounds within three years after my decease: and suffer sd Mary to enoy peacably during her living unmarried the end of the house next the street and two apple trees by sd end: and two more apple trees in other part of ye orchard and the garden spot before that end of ye house which if he sd Jonathan by himself or heires cause it not to be payed then my overseers here after named upon the desire of my daughters shall have liberty to apprise so much land now given by will not given absolutely upon marriage as shall pay my sd daughters what I should have payed.
To my daughter Hannah Boynton I give the sum of thirty pounds to be paid by Jonathan her brother or lands upon non paymt. as expressed.
To my daughter Mary Harriman I give ye use of the end of the house next the street so long as shee remains unmarried andye use of four apple trees as before exprest as my overssers shall set out for her use also I give to be at her dispose emediately upon my decease two cows and such household stuff as I shall leave and thirty pounds which Jonathan is to pay her as exprestor upon her decease befor the time prefixt as shee may give it when payable by will or deed of gift. Also my will is and I hereby constitute My sd son Jonathan my sole Executor impowering him to pay my debts and funeralcharges out of the moveable estate not before bequeathed and to pay himself such necessary charge as he may be at about my will and the remainder I giue to be equally divided by my overseers betwixt my sd daughters, Hannah and Mary, within half a yeare after my decease.

Further my will is and I hereby desire my beloved freinds Nehemiah Jewett and Joseph Jewett senr to be my tosee to the fulfilling of my sd will allowing for any time about sd betrustment they expend out of my estate not withstanding whatI haue ordered Matthew to pay; upon his paying ten shillings of silver money to my executors and two thousand pine bords I acquitof the rest above mentioned: to Jonathan I giue my division in the comons near Caleb Jacksons about eleven acres in the roome ofthat I sold to Samuel Pearley that he had a share in. In witness that this is my last will and testament and that I revoke all former and other wi11s I have hereunto set my hand and seale this twelfth day of May Anno Dom, 1691.

Leonard Harriman (seal)

Signed sealed and declared to be his last will and testa-ment in presence of us

Witnesses,
James Dickinson
John Hopkinson

Proved 29 Sept. 1691. (Essex co Probate, 304:385.)

Inventory of ye estate of Leonard Harriman, deceased, taken by ye subscribers ye fifth of June, 1691

Imprims, half ye house & half ye homestead & barne and shopp - 30 00 00
It. 1/2 Hunsley hill lott and 1/2 ye acres nere it 6 acres 1/2 - 12 00 00
It. 1/2 ye 1 acre 1/2 at newplaine - 1 10 00
It. 1/2 ye oxpasture marsh, ye whole 3 acres - 7 10 00
It. 1/2 ye plowing land and ruff land at ye farme 14 acres ye whole - 14 00 00
It. 1/2 ye two acres of marsh at Oyster poynt - 05 00 00
It. 1/2 ye acre at Wicom's spring - 03 00 00
It. 1/2 y. 2 acres at Sandy bridge - 05 00 00
It. 1/2 y. acre at stackyard - 03 00 00
It. 1/2 ye acre below Jackson's ile - 01 00 00
It. 1/2 ye highway marsh whole about 1 acre - 02 00 00
It. 1/2 ye acre of gate marsh - 02 00 00
It. 1/2 ye marsh in partnership with Todd all about 1 acre - 02 00 00
It. 1/2 ye acre and 1/2 bought of Thomas Nelson - 03 00 00
It. 1/2 ye planting lott and pasture in Bradford street Lotts - 20 00 00
It. quick or liueing stock - 17 00 00
It. 2 feather beds & bedding furniture, linen wearing clothes chest and pewter - 22 17 00
It. armes books brass iron wooden earthern and glass vessels and household vtensills and cloth - 07 05 00 It. Loomes and tackling and implements of husbandry - 05 08 00 It. debts due ye estate - 02 04 02
Total - 172 04 02

It. debts oweing to be paid out of ye estate and funeral charges - 10 14 08

And to prizing proving ye wil & recording - 01 00 00

The above sd apprizement made by us ye day and yeare above written as witnesses our hands.

Nathaniel Jewett
Newhemiah Jewett
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Notes for Margaret* PALMER
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daughter of Thomas and Ann PALMER
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Margrit Hariman burial 22 Oct 1676 Rowley Essex w Leonard [ref 76]
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The wife of John How was accused of wearing a silk scarf and silver bodkin when she was widow, "Margaret Heriman testified that [the wife of] John How being at her home and having on a scarf "I said unto her what have yea goten a scarf she answered what did not you know that before now and to my apprehension it was silke but I dare not to swere it was." Sworn 5 May 1663. (Essex co Court Files 3:119.)
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