genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Nicholas* LISSEN
Birth abt 1618, Scotland
Death bef 8 Dec 171422,44
Other Spouses Jane, 2nd wife of Nicholas Lissen
Marriage abt 1640
Spouse Alice, 1st wife of Nicholas Lissen*
Birth abt 1620
Death bef 1682
Children:
1 F Hannah LISSEN
Birth abt 1640, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death bef 1661, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Spouse John BEAN
Marriage 18 Apr 1654, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
2 F Elizabeth LISSEN
Birth abt 1642, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death 14 Jun 1675, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire22
Spouse Henry MAGOON
Marriage 8 Oct 1657, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
3 F Mary* LISSEN
Birth abt 1644, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death aft 1697, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Spouse Alexander* GORDON
Marriage 1663, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire80
Notes for Nicholas* LISSEN
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Nicholas Lissen, millman, Exeter, 60 in 1678, 80 in 1691. Salem and Marbleh. 1637; of Glouc. 10 Oct. 1648 bot Geo. Barlow's two houses and lands in Ex.; town gr. 12 Jan. 1648-9, the first of many, incl. mill privileges. One of three to collect town rent for sawmills 1653; Selectm. 1654-56, 1662, 1666; Commit. on Dover-Ex. bounds 1671-2. He bot ho. and land at the waterside 1654, int. in various new sawmills, and in May 1667 from Robt. Wadleigh half his 320 a. on Lamprill riv., from which both had been disposs. and Mr. Saml. Symonds put in, bef. 30 Oct. 1668. Two wifes in sight once each, Alice 1666, Jane m. in Ex. 14 Dec. 1682. He spent his last yrs. with Nich. and Mary (Gordon) Smith**; and d. when their s. Richard was 8 or 9 yrs. old. Called dced. in deed 20 May 1697. Adm. 8 Dec. 1714 to gr. sons Alex. Magoon and Mich*. Gordon; late div. to three daus or repres.: Hannah, Elizabeth, Mary. [ref 22]
*probably "Nicholas"
**granddaughter
(great-grandson Richard Smith, taxed in 1714, would have been 9 years old before 1702)
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Mr. Lisson's name was also spelled Leeson, Lesen, Lisen, Lesson, Lison, Lissen and Listen. He removed to Exeter, N. H., about 1650; and was living there in 1672. He had a wife in 1653, and his wife in 1666 was named Alice. Henry Magoon was called his son-in-law in 1661. [ref 27:1:406]
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Nicholas Listen (Lisson), Salem, Mass. 1637, proprietor at Marblehead. Named in the account of George Pollard in 1646. Bought house at Exeter of George Barlow 20 (3) 1649. Brought suit in 1651 about a house he had sold (Norf. rec). Signed petition to Gen. Court 24 (3) 1652. Had land granted to him, which he sold to James Wall, who sold it again 11 May, 1654. Admin. on his estate was granted Dec. 8, 1714, to Alexander Magoun and Nicholas Gordon; division of the real estate made to daus. Hannah, Elizabeth and Mary or their legal representatives Oct. 13, 1743. [ref 44:128]
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30:4:1646 named as creditor in the inventory of George Pollard of Marblehead; before 11 May 1654 granted twenty acres on the little fresh river at Exeter; Apr 1654 purchased a house and lot on the water-side at Exeter; 1659 owned a quarter of the new mills, (John Gilman a quarter, John Cutt, Edward Hilton, John Warren, Thomas King, et al., a half); 1661 conveyed to Henry Magoon, 'my son-in-law,' for life, remainder to his son John, lands in Exeter; April 15, 1670, 'Nicholas Lisen of Exeter, planter,' for 300 conveyed one-quarter of six hundred and forty acres on Lamprel river

30 Jul 1637 Nicholas Lisson expressed his desire to become an inhabitant of Salem and to conduct the ferry from Salem to Marblehead. The matter was referred to the next town meeting, but his request was not granted. October 9th following, the town allowed him to be an inhabitant at "Marbellhead," and he was granted two acres of planting ground

4 Apr 1666 Goodman Robinson, Lt. Hall and Nicholas Lissen to have full power to commence an action against John Folsome Senior concerning not giving an account & paymt for masts taken from the comon & to prosecute the same to effect till it be ended, as alsoe to choose attorney or attorneys about the same

20 May 1697 called deceased in deed; 8 Dec 1714 administration to grandsons Alex Magoon and Nicholas Gordon
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