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Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Samuel GILL
Birth 19 Jan 1613, Ilketshall, St Margaret, Suffolk, England
Death 21 Feb 1683/84, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,36,51,83
Marriage 1 Sep 1647, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,22,36,51,83
Spouse Judith DAVIS
Birth 14 May 1629, England
Death May 1667, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51
Father James* DAVIS (~1589-1678)
Mother Cicely* THAYER (1600-1673)
Children:
1 M Samuel GILL
Birth 30 Aug 1648, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,83
Death Sep 1675, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,83
2 F Judith GILL
Birth 5 Apr 1650, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51
Death 28 Aug 1672, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51
Spouse Joseph PAGE
Marriage 21 Jun 1671, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51,83
3 M John GILL
Birth 8 Dec 1652, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,83
Spouse Sarah GARFIELD
Marriage 3 Jan 1679/80, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts
4 F Hannah GILL
Birth 12 Feb 1654/55, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51
Death 22 Jan 1683, Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts36,76
Spouse Thomas CLOUGH
Marriage 10 Mar 1681, Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts23
5 F Sarah GILL
Birth 1 Mar 1657/58, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51,83
Death bef 1719
Spouse Peter* PATTEE
Marriage 8 Nov 1682, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts29,51,83
6 M James GILL
Birth 27 Aug 1660, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,83
Death 29 Apr 1705, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,83
Spouse Ruth PARKER
Marriage 21 Feb 1688/89, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,83
7 M Ephraim GILL
Birth 21 May 1661/62, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,81,83
Spouse Martha BRADLEY
Marriage 5 Jan 1686/67, Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts36,81,83
Notes for Samuel GILL
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SAMUEL, Newbury, an early sett. rem. 1640 to Haverhill, freem. 18 May 1642, m. 1 Sept. 1647, perhaps sec. w. Judith Davis, had John, Samuel, Ephraim, and Sarah; d. 21 Feb. 1684. [ref 20]
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Samuel Gild, and Judith Davis, Sept. 1, 1647. [ref 51]

Samuel Gild, h. Judith, Feb. 21, 1683. [ref 51]
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SAMUEL GUILE,1 brother of John Guild, was for a brief period at Dedham, and appears to have been one of the first settlers of Newbury, but did not remain long, for in 1640 he was one of the twelve who settled Pentucket, now known as Haverhill. He was made a freeman by the General Court in 1642, and married Sept. 1, 1647, JUDITH DAVIS, daughter of James Davis, one of the original settlers, and an emigrant from Marlborough, England. By careful examination of the records we do not find that he was interested to any degree in town or church affairs. In 1650, Samuel Gild made choice of land at Little River. In 1652, Samuel Gild received ten acres of the second division. In 1658, Samuel Guile enters into an agreement for the support of a blacksmith, and receives land in the third division. Samuel Gilde senior built a cottage about 1660, and in 1663 received land from the fourth division. He died Feb. 21, 1683. Part of his homestead still remains in the possession of his descendants. Children born at Haverhill: Samuel, Judith, John, Hannah, Sarah, James, Ephraim. [ref 83:221]
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WILL OF SAMUEL GILE, 16 Feb 1683:

This is the last will and testimen of Samuell Gill though week /yet/ in his perfit understanding.

To my Son John I doe give my ox common lot as it is bounded with twoe ackers of medow lying in the pond medow between thomas whiters medow and daniel hendriecks medow with two commonadges.

To my Son /Saml/, I doe give my dweling hous orchard land agining thereto with the barn a pon it with two commonadges; with three ackers of land of ox common land lying over the way against my hous which I had of goodman swan.

To my son efram I doe give my olde lot with the medow agining theirto wher I did formarly live; with twoe commonadges.

To my dafter Sarah I doe give my third devition lot lying beyand Spicket River; by goodman sachalls land, and my bed with all the furniture theirto; and fifty five pounds to be paied equally by my sons to /my dafter/ Sarah in corn and catell as can with in three years after my deses; it is to be understood eighteen pounds six shillings eight pence a pece

The fourth devishon land and the grate peace of medow lying in the pond medow with the Rest of the movables shall be equally devided amonge my three sons; and I doe mack my son John my exsecitor.

/I give to my grandchild Judith Page five pound to be paid by my executors/

John Gill my son shall have hallf /the frut of/ the orchard for seven years not with sta[n]ing the formar guieft and I doe mack choisse of thomas Whittier sener and stephen dow for to be oversers of the performance of my will, dated this 16 of febery 1683.

THOMAS WHITTIER|
JOHN KEYSER |Witness
WILLIAM WHITE |

The inventory mentions eight neat cattle, ten sheep, twenty-two acres oxe common land, twenty-five acres of pond plain, eighteen acres of pond meadow, dwelling-house, barn and orchard, three acres by the orchard, six commonages or common rights, one hundred acres of third division, upland and meadow, the fourth division to be laid out one hundred and eighty acres, loom, etc., one Bible--appraised value, 336, 6s.
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Notes for Judith DAVIS
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Judith, m. 1 Sep. 1647 Samuel Guild, d. May 1667, ch. [ref 22]
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JUDITH2 m. Sep. 1, 1647[Hv], SAMUEL1 GILE. [ref 36:125]
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Judith Gild, w. Samuel, May --, 1667. [ref 51]
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