Abraham Chase

10 Jan 1683 - 20 Dec 1763

Family 1 : Abigail Barnard

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Elizabeth Denniston

[31480]

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Family 1 : Robert Maxwell of Calderwood
  1. +Mariota Maxwell
  2. +John Maxwell of Calderwood

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[31480] [S209] Stirnet.com

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Llewellyn Ap Gruffydd

[8686]

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Father: Gruffydd Griffith Ap Llewellyn
Mother: Ealdgyth Unknown


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                                  |                          _ETHELRED II King Of England _|_ELFRIDA (Aelfthyth) Queen Of England ________
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Matilda de Holland

[18594]

1319 - 1361

Family 1 : Thomas de Swynnerton
  1. +Robert De Swynnerton

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[18594] [S201] Sharon Bearce

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Euseby Isham ((2))

[11097] [11098]

BEF 7 Jun 1626 - 30 Jan 1654

Father: William Isham
Mother: Mary Brett


                                                                   _Euseby Isham _______+
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                                             _Gregory Isham ______|_Anne Poulton _______
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                       _Sir Euseby Isham ___|
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|                                           |_Anne Lytton ________|_Frances Cavalery ___
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|--Euseby Isham 
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|                      _William Brett ______|
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|                     |                     |                      _Reginald Highgate __
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                      |_Mary UNKNOWN _______|
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[11097] Name Suffix: (2)
E.P. Isham 1984, An Index of the Ishams in England andAmerica. Date
of
death 30 January 1653/54. Baptised 7 June 1626.


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William Sargent

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28 Jun 1606 - 13 Apr 1675

Father: Richard Sargent
Mother: Katherine Stevens


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[12062] MIGRATION: 1632

FIRST RESIDENCE: Ipswich REMOVES: Newbury, Hampton, Salisbury, Amesbury

OCCUPATION: Seaman. Church MaineMBERSHIP: Admission to a Massachusetts Bay church prior to 22May 1639 implied by freemanship.

FREEMAN: 22 May 1639 (as "Mr. Willi[am] Sergent") [ MBCR 1:375].

EDUCATION: Signed his name to his will and to deeds.

OFFICES: Essex grand jury, 13 April 1652 [ EQC 1:251]. Petit jury, 8April 1662, 24 June 1662, 13 April 1669, 12 April 1670 [ EQC 1:377, 385,4:128, 235]. [Some of this service may belong to William Sargent ofGloucester.]
Sworn clerk of the train band of Salisbury on 8 April 1651 one source indicates DOB 1602 and 28 Mar 1609 and death in 1674Occupation: Able Seaman.

Lived in Ipswich, Hampton, Amesbury, Newbury, Salisbury, Massachusetts.

One of the first to plant at Ipswich, Massachusetts. One of the founders of Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Admitted to the Massachusetts Bay Church before May 22, 1639.

The following interesting bit of family history we take from an issue ofthe Salisbury (Massachusetts.) Villager (1876): "Wednesday night theRiverside Lodge of this village made public their installation ofofficers in Sargent Hall, after which friends and invited guests partookof a bountiful supper. The Sargents are a numerous family in this town,and are large owners of real and personal estate. William Sargent, one oftwelve men who settled in Ipswich, in 1633, subsequently went to Newbury,and thence to Amesbury in 1643, where he died in about 1675, agedseventy-three. He was the founder of the family name in this town.

Excerpt from "William Sargent and His Descendants in America" ...He cameto America on the Ship Lion in 1633 with John Winthrop and his company ofPuritan s and landed at Massachusetts possibly Charlestown. They begana common type of living, with all working together for a common purpose,but not to the point of common money affairs. t hey each worked at hisoriginal tade, that they had followed in England, and began to buil d anew life in America. William married after he reached America, and hadmany children, among which was Thomas and the line that we follow down toour Sargeant... Ms. Norma M. Hutson

Anderson's GMB According to the "Sargent Record" by E. E. Sargent (1899), William diedin Amesbury,Massachusetts. and is buried there at the "Ferry". Elizabetharrived in America aboard the ship Lion in the spring of 1631. The writerstates that william and Elizabeth were both in Agawam (Ipswich) prior to1633 and that they probably married there in 1633. there is apparently norecord of the marriage. The Sargent Record says william married JoannaRowell Sept. 18, 1670.

William Sargent found in:

Passenger and Immigration Index, 1500s-1900s Place: Massachusetts Year: 1633 Primary immigrant: Sargent, William Permanent entry number: 7954269 Accession number: 994529 Source publication code: 1262 Source publication page number: 254 Source publication: COLKET, MAREDITH B., JR. Founders of Early AmericanFamilies: Emigrants from Europe, 1607-1657. Cleveland: General Court ofthe Order of Founders and Patriots of America, 1975. 366p. Source annotation: Date and place of settlement or date and place ofarrival. Names not restricted to the Order of Founders and Patriots ofAmerica. Source: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index

William "Sargeant" sued Mr. William Hook of Salisbury for 56s. in corn 26December 1643

The inventory of the estate of "Willi. Sargent, Senr.," taken 8 April1675 by Thomas Sargent and John Weed, totalled D196, of which the realestate totalled D137 10s., including "housing & lands about the house &orchard on both sides [of] the country way," D85; "half the lot in thetide meadows, D16; "a Higledee Pigledee lot in the salt marsh" D25; "alot lying in ... Lyons Mouth," D5 10s.; "a lot in the great swamp," D2;"a lot in ... Bugmore," D4
In his will, dated 24 March 1670/1 and proved 13 April 1675, "WilliamSargent of the town of Emsbery," seaman, "being in pritty good health ofbody..." bequeathed to "my grandchild William Challis" D5; to "mygrandchildren: Elizabeth, Lidia, Mary and Phillip Watson Challis" each ofthem 20s.; to "my grandchildren Dorethie, & Elizabeth Colby" each 20s; to"my grandchild William Sargent" 30s.; to "my daughter Elizabeth the wifeof Samuel Colby" D5; residue to "my daughter Sarah" and if she diewithout children, the housing and lands to be equally divided to "my fourchildren hereafter named i.e.: my sons Thomas & William: & my daughters:Mary and Elizabeth"; "my son Thomas Sargent and my daughter SarahSargent" executors; loving "brother-in-law Mr. Tho: Bradbury" andesteemed friend Major Robert Pike, overseers

William's burial place is located on Rocky Hill Road in Amesbury,Massachusetts at least I presume it's Amesbury - could be Merrimacthough. Merrimac is the next town to the West of Amesbury.
WILLIAM SARGENT

On 7 November 1644 John Severans of Salisbury, planter, sold toWilliam Sargent of Salisbury, planter, twenty acres of upland inSalisbury on the west side of Powwos river [NLR 3:5].
On 25 March 1647 Anthony "Colebie" of Salisbury, planter, deeded toWilliam Sargent of Salisbury, seaman, a dwelling house and house lot inSalisbury between Jarred Haddon and Henry Browne [NLR 1:19].
On 16 December 1652, William Sargent of Salisbury sold to John Browneof Hampton, the meadow and upland adjacent to Aquilla Chase and widow"Bristos" [NLR 1:21]. On 15 April 1659 William Sargent of Salisbury soldto John Woodin of Salisbury upland in Salisbury near the "Pawwaus Riverabove the falls" [NLR 1:84].
On 1 November 1666, William Sargent of Salisbury, seaman, gave for"natural affection" to his son Thomas Sargent thirty acres of upland inSalisbury abutting the Merrimack River [NLR 2:157]. On 22 October 1669,William Sargent of Amesbury gave for "natural affection and otherconsiderations" to his "beloved son Thomas Sargent" six acres of marshgranted to him by Salisbury, and a sweepage lot of salt marsh inSalisbury at a place called "ye beache" being lot number 8 containingthree acres and four rods, being half the lot of marsh between twoislands called "Barnss Iland" and "Ware Iland" [NLR 2:153]. On 9 October1669 William Sargent of Amesbury, planter, gave for "natural affectionand other considerations" to his "beloved son William Sargent" a greatlot of upland containing two hundred acres in Amesbury, a lot of uplandin ox common containing eight acres, a lot of upland west of the greatpond containing forty acres, a lot of upland in "burchin meadow hill"containing forty-five acres "which I bought of Edward Goe"; the lastdivision of three acres in the pond meadow (all the foregoing inAmesbury); and half his first division of the higledee pigledee lots ofsalt marsh in Salisbury [NLR 2:153].
On 4 March 1670/1 William Sargent of Amesbury, seaman, sold for D210s. to William Sargent Jr. of Amesbury, planter, two acres of upland atthe Indian ground in Amesbury; wife Johana Sargent made her mark to thisdeed [NLR 2:201]. On 23 April 1672 William Sargent of Amesbury, yeoman,sold to Isaac Green of Hampton 2 acres of salt marsh called Hall's farm[NLR 3:25]. On 1 July 1673 William Sargent Sr. of Amesbury, with theconsent of his wife, "Janna," sold to Thomas Wells of Amesburyninety-five rods of land in Amesbury, part of his houselot [NLR 3:5]. On1 October 1673 "William Sergent ... of Almsberry in Norfolke senior andmariner" mortgaged to Nathaniel Williams of Suffolk County eight acres ofupland in Amesbury that Sergeant had by exchange with Richard Currier[ILR 3:284]. On 24 February 1673[/4] William Sargent Sr. of Amesbury,seaman, sold to Caleb Moody of Newbury, maltster, for D5 1s. "my seconddivision higledee pigledee" lot of salt marsh containing three acres inSalisbury [NLR 2:312].
Among parcels sold by William Sargent Jr. on 18 October 1696 to HenryDeering, was a great lot of upland given by his grandfather [unnamed] tohis father William Sergeant, "containing by estimation 200 acres inAmesbury amongst the great lots" [ELR 10:58].
In his will, dated 24 March 1670/1 and proved 13 April 1675, "WilliamSargent of the town of Emsbery," seaman, "being in pritty good health ofbody..." bequeathed to "my grandchild William Challis" D5; to "mygrandchildren: Elizabeth, Lidia, Mary and Phillip Watson Challis" each ofthem 20s.; to "my grandchildren Dorethie, & Elizabeth Colby" each 20s; to"my grandchild William Sargent" 30s.; to "my daughter Elizabeth the wifeof Samuel Colby" D5; residue to "my daughter Sarah" and if she diewithout children, the housing and lands to be equally divided to "my fourchildren hereafter named i.e.: my sons Thomas & William: & my daughters:Mary and Elizabeth"; "my son Thomas Sargent and my daughter SarahSargent" executors; loving "brother-in-law Mr. Tho: Bradbury" andesteemed friend Major Robert Pike, overseers [EPR 2:438-39].
The inventory of the estate of "Willi. Sargent, Senr.," taken 8 April1675 by Thomas Sergeant and John Weed, totalled D196, of which the realestate totalled D137 10s., including "housing & lands about the house &orchard on both sides [of] the country way," D85; "half the lot in thetide meadows, D16; "a Higledee Pigledee lot in the salt marsh" D25; "alot lying in ... Lyons Mouth," D5 10s.; "a lot in the great swamp," D2;"a lot in ... Bugmore," D4 [EPR 2:440].
Unmarried daughter Sarah chose to have her "loving brother" Thomas actin her behalf as executor, 14 April 1675 [NLR 3:11].
Although William had married his last wife, Joanna, just a few months before he wrote his will, and she survived him, she was not mentioned, strongly implying that there was a pre-nuptial agreement (of which no record can now be found).

BIRTH: By about 1611 based on estimated date of marriage.

DEATH: Amesbury after 24 February 1673[/4] [NLR 2:312] and before 8 April1675 (inventory). MARRIAGE: (1) By about 1636 Elizabeth Perkins, daughter of JOHN PERKINS.
(2) Amesbury 18 September 1670 Joanna (Pinder) Rowell, born about 1621(aged 14 in 1635 [Hotten 59]), daughter of Henry and Mary Pinder, widowof Valentine Rowell. She married (3) Amesbury 26 October 1676 RichardCurrier and she died Amesbury October 1690 [Pillsbury Anc 119].

CHILDREN:
With first wife
i MARY, b. about 1636 (deposed 12 March 1704/5 aged 68 years [EssexGeneral Sessions 3:145 file papers]); m. by 1653 Philip Watson-Challis(eldest known child b. 9 July 1653).
ii ELIZABETH, b. say 1641; d. Salisbury 14 September 1641.
iii THOMAS, b. Salisbury 11 June 1643; m. Salisbury 2 March 1667/8Rachel Barnes. (Found not guilty of fathering Sarah Osgood's child,October 1668 [EQC 4:64].)
iv WILLIAM, b. Salisbury 2 January 1645[/6]; m. Amesbury 23September 1668 Mary Colby, daughter of ANTHONY Colby. (Ordered to bewhipped or pay a fine for fornication, 12 April 1670 [EQC 4:237].)
v ELIZABETH, b. Salisbury 22 November 1648; m. by about 1668 SamuelColby, son of ANTHONY Colby.
vi (probably) LYDIA, b. say 1650; d. Salisbury "bet. 1660 and1662."
vii SARAH, b. Salisbury 29 February 1651[/2]; m. Amesbury 22December 1681 Orlando Bagley.

ASSOCIATIONS: The William Sargent of this sketch is not to be confused with the William Sargent of Gloucester who was "cousin german" of ThomasWathing [EQC 1:264].
The convoluted affinity proposed by Hoyt among William of Amesbury,Richard of London, and a ghostly William of Charlestown strains allcredulity [Hoyt 310-11].
In his will of 20 June 1663 Theophilus Shatswell of Haverhill named"my brother Wilyam Sargent & my kinsman Lieutenant Philip Challis" hisoverseers [EPR 1:425]; Philip Watson-Challis had married Mary, the eldestchild of William Sargent. Recent research has shown that no sibling ofTheophilus Shatswell married William Sargent [NEHGR 150:181-90], and thetwo wives of of William Sargent have been identified. The most likelyremaining solution is that Theophilus Shatswell married a sister ofWilliam Sargent. COMMENTS: William "Sargeant" sued Mr. William Hook of Salisbury for 56s.in corn 26 December 1643 [EQC 1:55]. He acknowledged judgment in favor ofMr. Jonathan Wade 26 September 1648 [EQC 1:147]. Michael Spencer sued himfor detaining corn and other goods 2 January 1650 [EQC 1:205].
Hard words were exchanged between the Sargents and their nearneighbors, the Martins. Either William Sr. or Jr. was sued for slander byGeorge Martin, who claimed Sargent had called his wife a witch 13 April1669 [EQC 4:129]. Martin sued Thomas Sargent for saying that his sonGeorge Martin was a bastard and that Richard Martin was Goodwife Martin'simp [EQC 4:129].
In 1672 William Sargent and Joanna his wife sued Christopher Osgoodfor debt due part of the estate of Joanna's late husband, ValentineRowell [EQC 5:20]. BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE: In 1938 Mary Lovering Holman compiled an account ofWilliam Sargent and his family [Pillsbury Anc 1:119-22].


Excerpted Biography of William Sargent c. 1606 - 1675

William Sargent, described as an able seaman, was born 28 June 1606 inBath, Somerset, England. He came to America on the Ship Lion in 1633 withJohn Winthrop, Governor of the new colony, and his company of Puritans.The flotilla was comprised of 4 ships with four hundred people who setout to the new continent on April 7, 1630. The immigrants were mostlyPuritians and were carefully selected by Winthrop. He and his partyarrived two months later in Salem, Massachusetts. The settlers couldscarcely believe their eye's as the land was a total wilderness; exceptfor a few huts and clearings made by previous settlers. The thought's ofhaving to clear the land in order to raise crops and supply themselves inthe coming winter was frightening. With food provisions running low, andmany suffering from malnutrition, scores of the new settlers refused toget off the ships and decided to sail back to England immediately. Thosewho landed faced what seemed to be an insurmountable task. Through faithin God, perseverance, hard work, and the leadership of John Winthrop,William Sargent along with 800 of 1000 new settlers survived the firstwinter by carving caves in the hillsides and digging holes in the ground.When spring arrived another 200 would return to England.

The colony was moved away from Salem, someplace where they would haveroom to build houses and raise crops. The colony settled largely inCharlestown, Cambridge, Boston, Watertown, Roxbury and Dorchester.William Sargent took his family north where they would settle in Ipswich,Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts. Elizabeth, who would become thewife of William Sargent, arrived in America aboard the ship Lion in thespring of 1631. William and Elizabeth were both in Agawam (Ipswich)prior to 1633. William Sargent was one of the first to plant at Ipswich,Massachusetts. It is believed they married there in 1633. There isapparently no record of the marriage.

In a grant at Ipswich in 1634, William Sargent received twelve acres ofland [ITR]. "Willi[am] Sergant" was in the list of petitioners, mostly Newbury men,headed by STEPHEN BACHILER, who on 6 September 1638 were granted "libertyto begin a plantation at Winnacunnet [Hampton]" [MBCR 1:236]. "Will[iam]Sargent" was in the section of married men in the list of first comers toHampton [GDMNH 55].William Sargent was admitted to the Massachusetts BayChurch before May 22, 1639. Also he is recognized as one of the foundersof Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.

William "Sargeant" sued Mr. William Hook of Salisbury for 56s. in corn 26 December 1643 The inventory of the estate of "Willi. Sargent, Senr.," taken 8 April1675 by Thomas Sargent and John Weed, totalled D196, of which the realestate totalled D137 10s., including "housing & lands about the house &orchard on both sides [of] the country way," D85; "half the lot in thetide meadows, D16; "a Higledee Pigledee lot in the salt marsh" D25; "alot lying in ... Lyons Mouth," D5 10s.; "a lot in the great swamp," D2;"a lot in ... Bugmore," D4

On 7 November 1644 John Severans of Salisbury, planter, sold to WilliamSargent of Salisbury, planter, twenty acres of upland in Salisbury on thewest side of Powwos river [NLR 3:5]. On 25 March 1647 Anthony "Colebie"of Salisbury, planter, deeded to William Sargent of Salisbury, seaman, adwelling house and house lot in Salisbury between Jarred Haddon and HenryBrowne [NLR 1:19] On 16 December 1652, William Sargent of Salisbury sold to John Browne ofHampton, the meadow and upland adjacent to Aquilla Chase and widow"Bristos" [NLR 1:21]. On 15 April 1659 he also sold to John Woodin ofSalisbury upland in Salisbury near the "Pawwaus River above the falls"[NLR 1:84]. On 1 November 1666, William Sargent of Salisbury, seaman, gave for"natural affection" to his son Thomas Sargent thirty acres of upland inSalisbury abutting the Merrimack River [NLR 2:157].

In 1669, hard words were exchanged between the Sargent's and their near neighbors, the Martins. Either William Sr. or Jr. was sued for slander byGeorge Martin, who claimed Sargent had called his wife a witch 13 April1669 [EQC 4:129]. Martin sued Thomas Sargent for saying that his sonGeorge Martin was a bastard and that Richard Martin was Goodwife Martin'simp [EQC 4:129].

On 22 October 1669, William Sargent of Amesbury gave for "naturalaffection and other considerations" to his "beloved son Thomas Sargent: "Six acres of marsh granted to him by Salisbury, and a sweepage lot ofsalt marsh in Salisbury at a place called "ye beache" being lot number 8containing three acres and four rods, being half the lot of marsh betweentwo islands called "Barnss Iland" and "Ware Iland" [NLR 2:153]. On 9October 1669 William Sargent of Amesbury, planter, gave for "naturalaffection and other considerations" to his "beloved son William Sargent":a great lot of upland containing two hundred acres in Amesbury, a lot ofupland in ox common containing eight acres, a lot of upland west of thegreat pond containing forty acres, a lot of upland in "burchin meadowhill" containing forty-five acres "which I bought of Edward Goe"; thelast division of three acres in the pond meadow (all the foregoing inAmesbury); and half his first division of the higledee pigledee lots ofsalt marsh in Salisbury [NLR 2:153].

In his will, dated 24 March 1670/1 and proved 13 April 1675, "WilliamSargent of the town of Emsbery," seaman, "being in pritty good health of body..." bequeathed to "my grandchild William Challis" D5; to "mygrandchildren: Elizabeth, Lidia, Mary and Phillip Watson Challis" each ofthem 20s.; to "my grandchildren Dorethie, & Elizabeth Colby" each 20s; to"my grandchild William Sargent" 30s.; to "my daughter Elizabeth the wifeof Samuel Colby" D5; residue to "my daughter Sarah" and if she diewithout children, the housing and lands to be equally divided to "my fourchildren hereafter named i.e.: my sons Thomas & William: & my daughters:Mary and Elizabeth"; "my son Thomas Sargent and my daughter SarahSargent" executors; loving "brother-in-law Mr. Tho: Bradbury" andesteemed friend Major Robert Pike, overseers. [EPR 2:438-39].

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