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    Cary of Massachusettes

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    John Cary Ca11 bap 1583 and Elizabeth Hereford Cary Patriarchs page Cary Y DNA project results
    John Cary was haplogroup r1b
    Ca10-1 John Cary b 1610 in Bristol, Somersetshire, England, of Hackney as son of Ca11 John Cary and Elizabeth Herford.
    Died: November 02, 1681 in Bridgewater Colony of Massachusetts
    Buried:
    Married: Elizabeth Godfrey b in Massachusetts d 1 Nov 1680 in Bridgewater Colony of Massachusetts dau of Francis Godfrey and Elizabeth
    John CARY was born near Bristol, Somersetshire, England, about 1610; came to America about 1634, joined the Plymouth Colony, and made his home at Duxbury, where he had a farm. In 1644 he married Elizabeth,
    daughter of Francis and Elizabeth GODFREY (who was a carpenter and bridge builder, and in August, 1643, we find his name on the muster roll of the Duxbury Company commanded by Capt. Myles STANDISH; he removed to Bridgewater where he died in 1669; it is thought that the name GODFREY comes from the Duke of Bouillon, the Crusader).
    Concerning John CARY, Moses CARY has this: "Mr. Cary was one of the Proprietors (of Bridgewater), and one of the first settlers, and was very useful among them. The town was incorporated in 1656. Mr. CARY was the first Town Clerk and continued in that office a great number of years.
    JOHN CARY MASSACHUSETTS (c1610-1669)

    At first they settled near together and around where the Town House now stands in West Bridgewater. Mr. CARY's lot was about a 1/4 of a mile east of the Town House and on the farm where Dr. REED lived; and there he spent the remainder of his days, and brought up a great family of children. He had six sons and six daughters. They all lived to grow up and have families and all took to good courses so that it was the saying of some "that there were 12 of 'em and never a Judas among them.' "

    Judge MITCHELL, in his description of Bridgewater, speaking of the first settlers, says; "Mr. CARY was among the most respectable of them, and his family one of the most influential in the town" Elizabeth GODFREY CARY died in 1680 and John CARY died in 1681.
    From JOHN CARY the Plymouth Pilgrim by Seth C. Cary, Boston, MA 1911
    "John , Bridgewater, said to have come from neighb. of Bristol, Eng. at the age of 25, and set down first, 1637, at Duxbury, then hav. gr. of ld. m. June 1644, Elizabeth d. of Francis Godfrey, had John, b. 1645; Francis, 1647; Eliz. 1649; and at Braintree, James, 1652; at Bridgewater, Mary, 1654; Jonathan, 1656; David, 1658; Hannah, 1661; Joseph 1663; Rebecca, 1665; Sarah, 1667; and Mehitable, 1670. He was first town clk. and early his name was written, Carew; but as the Eng. pronounce that name Cary, spell. soon foll. sound. Of his death 2 Nov. 1681 is the date in report, against wh. suspicion of course aris. that for this the identity of James Cary and John Cary has been confound. Eliz. m. William Brett the sec. and Rebecca m. 1685, Samuel Allen the third. "
    2.) Town Officers of Bridgewater, Incorporated June 3, 1656, Indian name NUNKETEST.
    1656 Constable John Carey 
    1673-74-75-766-77-78-79 Selectman John Carey
    1656-1681 Town Clerk, John Carey
    Bridgewater Grand Juryman 1672 and 1677
    3.) John Cary was born near Bristol, Somersetshire, England in 1610 (Some say 1608). He was one of a family of eight sons and two daughters. When a youth he was sent by his father to France to be educated, and while there his father died. On returning home he differed with his brothers about the settlement of the estate. He compromised by receiving one hundred pounds as his portion, and immediately sailed for America. This was in 1634.
    4.) He first joined the Plymouth Colony. In 1649 he, with others, purchased of Ousamequin, afterwards known as Massasoit, chief of the Pockanocket Indians, a tract of land about fourteen miles square, embracing what is now the Bridgewaters. This tract was known as Satucket. The deed was made out to Miles Standish and two others, as trustees in behalf of John Cary and fifty-three others. The original is preserved by the old Bridgewater Historical Society, West Bridgewater, Mass.
    Ca10-1-1 John "Serjeant" Cary b 4 Nov 1645 in Duxbury, MA d July 14, 1721 in Bristol RI m 7 Dec 1670 Abigail Penniman b Abt. 1648 d 1729 dau of James Penniman -1 John Cary b. 6 Nov 1671, d. 29 Dec 1671
    -2 Seth Cary b 28 Jan 1671/72
    -3 John Cary b 9 Dec 1674 Bridgewater MA d 11 Dec 1739 m 3 March 1699/0 Damaris Arnold, dau of Oliver Arnold and Phoebe Cook
    -4 Nathaniel Cary b 24 Nov 1676
    -5 Eleazer Cary b 27 Sep 1678
    -6 James Cary b 10 Jun 1680
    -7 Benjamin Cary b 29 Aug 1681
    -8 Elizabeth Cary b 23 May 1683
    -9 Abigail Cary b 31 Aug 1684
    -10 Josiah Cary b 6 May 1686
    -11 Timothy Cary b 15 Feb 1686/87
    -13 Hannah Cary b 12 Jun 1695

    -3-1 Abigail Cary b 1701
    -3-2 Phebe Cary b 5 Mar 1701/2
    -3-3 John Cary b 1704
    -3-4 Damaris Cary b 10 Oct 1706 m on 3 March 1725/26 at Island of Cannonicut RI John Hull, son of Capt. John Hull and Alice* Teddeman,

    -3-4-1 Phebe Hull b. 16 Nov 1727, d. 1800 m on 12 Sep 1744 at Portsmouth William Hazard
    -3-4-2 Alice Hull b. 20 May 1730
    -3-4-3 Oliver Hull b. 16 Mar 1731/32, d. 1 Aug 1803 m on 19 May 1751 at Jamestown Newport Co RI Penelope Fones, dau of Joseph Fones and Penelope Remington,
    -3-4-4 Hannah Hull b. 16 Jan 1732/33
    -3-4-5 Teddeman Hull b 1 Feb 1733/34, d 1795 m Elizabeth Franklin
    -3-4-6 Joseph Hull b 5 Feb 1735/36, d 1795 m 20 Jan 1762 NYC Phebe Palmer
    -3-4-7 Mary Hull b. 18 Feb 1738/39
    -3-4-8 John Hull b. 12 Feb 1739/40
    -3-4-9 Demaris Hull b. 12 Feb 1739/40, d. 1 Aug 1784
    -3-4-10 John Hull b. 21 Oct 1742, d. 6 Jul 1761
    -3-4-11 Freelove Hull b. 17 Oct 1744, d. c 1765
    -3-4-12 Catharine Hull b. 18 Jan 1745/46
    -3-4-13 Wager Hull b. 23 Feb 1748/49, d. 1776
    -3-4-14 Abigail Hull b. 7 Feb 1749/50
    -3-4-15 Sarah Hull b. 7 Feb 1749/50

    -3-4-1-1 Lydia Hazard b. c 1745, d. 15 Jan 1795 m on 8 Jun 1763 at Jamestown RI John Field
    -3-4-1-2 Josiah Hazard b. 20 Dec 1748, d. 6 Oct 1831
    -3-4-1-3 Abigail Hazard b. 1750, d. Oct 1793
    -3-4-1-4 William Hazard b. 21 Mar 1753, d. WFT Est. 1780 1844
    -3-4-1-5 John Hazard b. 20 Jan 1755, d. WFT Est. 1756 1845
    -3-4-1-6 Benedict Arnold Hazard b. 26 Jan 1758, d. WFT Est. 1759 1848
    -3-4-1-7 James Hazard b. 21 Mar 1759, d. 22 Oct 1830
    -3-4-1-8 Tiodeman Hazard b. 1 Jul 1760, d. 19 May 1813
    -3-4-3-1 Abigail Hull b. 7 Feb 1752
    -3-4-3-2 Joseph Hull b. 8 Nov 1753, d. 30 Sep 1781
    -3-4-3-3 Henrietta Hull b. 1 Aug 1755
    -3-4-3-4 Katherine Hull b. 19 Feb 1759
    -3-4-3-5 John Hull b. 11 Aug 1762, d. 11 Aug 1840 m1 on 9 June 1781 at New York City Mary Avery, dau of John R. Every and Sarah Griffin Amy Cornell dau of Quinby Cornell and Hannah Underhill
    -3-4-3-6 Penelope Hull b. 29 May 1764, d. 16 Sep 1848
    -3-4-5-1 Teddeman Hull Jr b. 5 Apr 1758 d WFT Est. 1790 1849
    -3-4-5-2 Damaris Hull b c 1760
    -3-4-6-1 Solomon Hull b. 17 Oct 1762, d. 1 Jan 1842
    -3-4-6-2 John H. Hull+ b. 28 Apr 1764
    -3-4-6-3 Freelove Hull b. 1 Feb 1766, d. 20 Apr 1846
    -3-4-6-4 Oliver C. Hull b. 15 May 1769, d. Sep 1793
    -3-4-6-5 Sarah Hull b. 10 Apr 1772
    -3-4-6-6 James Hull b. 16 Mar 1774, d. 21 Jun 1858
    -3-4-6-7 Joseph Hull b. 4 Aug 1776, d. 1790
    -3-4-6-8 Wager Hull b. 19 Mar 1779, d. 3 Aug 1849
    -3-4-6-9 Phebe Hull b. 5 May 1781, d. 10 Oct 1869

    -3-4-1-1-1 Hazard Field+ b. 11 Nov 1765, d. 5 Feb 1845
    -3-4-1-1-2 John Field b. 6 May 1766, d. 19 Nov 1827
    -3-4-1-1-3 Josiah Field b. 1768, d. 27 Feb 1806
    -3-4-1-1-4 Daniel Birdsall Field b. 28 Jul 1770, d. 11 Mar 1830
    -3-4-1-1-5 Abigail Field b. 1772, d. WFT Est. 1773 1866
    -3-4-1-1-6 James Field b. 1773, d. WFT Est. 1774 1863
    -3-4-1-1-7 Sarah Field b. 7 Aug 1775, d. WFT Est. 1789 1869
    -3-4-1-1-8 William Field b. 2 Dec 1777, d. WFT Est. 1794
    -3-4-1-1-9 Moses Field b. 4 Oct 1779, d. 21 Oct 1833
    -3-4-1-1-10 Abigail Field b. 16 Jan 1782, d. 11 Mar 1808
    -3-4-1-1-11 Phoebe Field b. 16 Jan 1784, d. 1862
    -3-4-1-1-12 Jerusha Field . 14 Mar 1786 d 28 Dec 1877
    -3-4-1-1-13 Hickson Woolman Field b 17 Oct 1788 d 12 Feb 1873
    -3-4-1-1-14 Samuel Field b. 1791, d. WFT Est. 1792 1881
    -3-4-1-1-15 Seaman Field+ b 3 Feb 1793 d. 20 Sep 1860
    -3-4-1-1-16 James Field b. 15 Jan 1795 d 1867
    -3-4-3-5-1 Sarah Avery Hull+ b 3 Jan 1782 d. a 5 Jun 1824
    -3-4-3-5-2 Joseph Hull b 17 Apr 1784, d. 1 Oct 1798
    -3-4-3-5-3 Penelope Hull b 16 Jan 1786, d. 13 Jan 1849
    -3-4-3-5-4 Robert Hull b 11 Mar 1788, d. 2 Nov 1789
    -3-4-3-5-5 Robert Hull b 27 Mar 1790, d. 19 Dec 1800
    -3-4-3-5-6 Mary Hull b 22 Mar 1792
    -3-4-3-5-7 Abigail Hull b. 7 Apr 1794
    -3-4-3-5-8 Oliver Hull b 7 Jul 1796 d 14 Oct 1867
    -3-4-3-5-9 John Hull b 9 Aug 1798 d 29 Nov 1798
    -3-4-3-5-10 Catharine Hull b 8 Jan 1800
    -3-4-3-5-11 Avery Hull b 26 Jun 1802 d 1 Sep 1804
    -3-4-3-5-12 Hannah Hull b 3 Sep 1804
    -3-4-3-5-13 William Hull b 9 Dec 1805
    -3-4-3-5-14 Edward Hull b 5 Feb 1807
    -3-4-3-5-15 Anne Hull b 13 May 1808
    -3-4-3-5-16 Robert Hull b 20 Sep 1810 d 23 Apr 1885
    -3-4-3-5-17 Rebecca Hull b 5 May 1818
    -3-4-3-5-18 Henrietta Hull b 17 Jun 1820
    Ca10-1-2 Francis Cary b 19 Jan 1647/48 in Duxbury, Mass d 1718 in Bridgewater, Mass m Hannah/?Lydia Brett b Abt. 1655 in Duxbury, Mass d WFT Est. 1724-1750 -1 Samuel Cary b 1677 in Bridgewater, MA d: 1759 in Dover Plains, New York m Mary Poole b: January 20, 1679/80 in Weymouth, MA d: 1766 in Dover Plains, New York
    -2 Ephraim Cary b 1679 in Bridgewater, MA d: July 18, 1765 in Bridgewater, MA m Hannah Waldo b July 17, 1687 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, MA d: October 18, 1777 in Bridgewater, MA
    -3 Mary Cary b: 1681 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Mass d: 1719 m Nicholas Whitman b: WFT Est. 1665-1696 d: WFT Est. 1722-1780
    -4 Lydia Cary b: 1683 in Bridgewater, MA d: January 24, 1762 in Bridgewater, MA m Joseph Edsen b Abt. 1679 in Bridgewater, MA d: August 26, 1768 in Bridgewater, MA
    -5 Malithiah/Mehitabel Cary b 1685 in Bridgewater MA d 1729 in Bridgewater, MA m Joseph Lucus
    -1-1 Joseph Cary b February 1704/05 in W. Bridgewater, MA m Anne Brett br>-1-2 Lydia Cary b June 15, 1706 in Bridgewater, MA br>-1-3 Alice Cary b 7 Feb 1706/07 in Bridgewater, MA br>-1-4 Elizabeth Cary b: April 30, 1709 in Bridgewater, MA br>-1-5 Samuel Cary b July 09, 1711 in Bridgewater, MA br>-1-6 David Cary b 7 Sep, 1713 in Bridgewater, MA br>-1-7 Nathan Cary b:April 16, 1716 in Bridgewater, MA d: 1800 in Pawling, N.Y. m Mary br>-1-8 Eleazer Cary b 5 Mar 1717/18 in Bridgewater, MA d: in Wilkes-Barre, PA in 1769 moved to Wyoming Valley, PA Cary Avenue in Wilkes-Barre is named for him. m1 Mary x m2 Charity Sturdevant br>-1-9 Mary Cary b January 24, 1722/23
    -2-1 Abigail Cary
    -2-2 Benjamin Cary b in Bridgewater, Massachusettes
    -2-3 Mehitabel Cary b 3 Dec 1709 d aftter 1731 m Benjamin Allen b 22 Sep 1702, MA : d.: WFT Est. 1737-1798
    -2-4 Ezra Cary b 31 Mar 1710 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA d 1778 in Washington Co, Pa. Also lived in N.J. m 8 Feb 1734 in Mendham NJ Mary Holman
    -2-5 Zachariah Cary b: 1713 in Bridgewater, MaA d: September 05, 1778 in North Bridgewater, MA m Susanna Bass b: WFT Est. 1710-1737 d: WFT Est. 1763-1824
    -2-6 Ephraim Cary b 12 Nov 1714 in Bridgewater, MA d: 1791 in Bridgewater, Massachusettes m Susanna Alden d: 1803
    -2-7 Daniel Cary b 9 Sep 1716 in Bridgewater, MA d WFT Est. 1754-1807 in Morris Co., NJ Fact 1: He is Martha's 2nd cousin and husband m Martha Cary b: May 05, 1721 in Bridgewater, MA d: WFT Est. 1753-1815 in Morris Co., NJ she m1 y dau of John Cary b 1690 Bridgewater and Experience Sweeting
    -1-1-1
    -2-2-1 Mehitable Cary b 1747 in CT
    -2-2-2 Ephriaim Cary b 1748 d 1836 in Hartland, VT m July 18, 1779 in Bristol RI Abigail Waldron
    -2-2-3 Reuben Cary b 1751 d: 1819 m x Smith
    -2-2-4 Levi Cary b 26 Feb 1754 in Lee, Essex, MA d 6 Feb 1845 in Richland, Oswego, NY m Ruth Goodrich b 25 Jan 1765 in Scotland, Windham, CT d 10 Sep 1839 in NY m: 1782
    -2-2-5 Oliver Cary b 1758 in Windham, CT d: February 26, 1844 in Portage, Allegheny, NY m 4 May 1792 in Windham, CT Sarah Robinson
    -2-2-6 Benjamin Cary b 1758 in Windham, CT
    -2-2-7 Elizabeth Cary b 1761 in Windham, CT
    -2-2-8 Hezekiah Cary b July 02, 1763 in Scotland, Windham, CT d Aft. 1855 m Deborah Payne b: Abt. 1761 in Scotland, Windham, CT d: Bef. 1850 m: in First Cong church
    -2-2-9 Mary Cary b 1766 in Windham, CT
    -2-2-10 Luther Cary b 1768 in Scotland, Windham, CT d March 01, 1834 in S. Warren, Bradford, PA m 11 Nov 1792 in CT Rispah Allyn
    -2-3-1 Ephraim Allen b 1734 m 1758 in Bridgewater Betty Wood b 1739
    -2-3-2 Hannah Allen b 24 Jan 1730/31 m John Edson
    -2-3-3 Benjamin Allen b 30 Jan 1732/33 m Sarah Somers
    -2-3-4 Mehitabel Allen b: 1737 m1 Benaneul Leach m2 27 May 1756 in Bridewater Caleb Washburn
    -2-4-1 Ezra Cary b 1735 in Mendham, NJ d: Aft. 1832 in Hardin, Shelby, OH Burial: Hardin Cemetery, Hardin, Shelby County, OH m 1770 in Mendham, Morris, NJ Lydia Thompson b: Abt. 1752 in Morris, NJ d: February 05, 1832 in Shelby Co, OH m: Burial: Hardin Cemetery, Hardin, Shelby County, OH
    -2-4-2 Sarah Cary b September 25, 1737 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA
    -2-4-3 Ephraim Cary b 1741 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA d: in New Orleans, LA
    -2-4-4 Sheppard Cary b June 20, 1742 in Bridgewater, MA d: December 12, 1775 in Menham, NJ
    -2-4-5 Luther Cary b July 08, 1752 in Mendham, Morris Co, NJ d: October 08, 1834 in Plain City, Madison CO, OH Burial: Darby Township Cemetery, Plain City, OH m Rhoda Leonard b 1755 in Mendham, Morris Co, NJ d: May 15, 1846 in Plain City, Madison CO, OH m: 1778 in Washington CO, PA
    -2-4-6 Calvin Cary b 1755 in New Jersey d: June 1823 in Adams Twp, OH Revolutionary War. Enlisted in 1777. ?d in war. bur Greene County, Ohio

    -2-3-1-1 Seth Allen b: 1759
    -2-3-1-2 Susanna Allen b: 1761 m Nathan Edson
    -2-3-1-3 Hannah Allen b: 1764
    -2-3-1-4 Sarah Allen b: 1769
    -2-3-1-5 Cyrus Allen m Sally Fletcher d: 1818
    -2-3-2-1 John Edson b: 1752
    -2-3-2-2 Benjamin Edson b: 1754
    -2-3-2-3 Nehemiah Edson b: 1758
    -2-3-3-1 George Allen m Letitia Thompson
    -2-3-3-2 Son Allen
    -2-3-4-1 Asa Leach b: Abt. 1752

    -2-3-1-5-1 Norman Allen b 1818 d 1896 m Sarah Martin d 1873
    -2-3-4-1-1 Lydia Washburn b: 16 May 1757 d: Apr 1847 m James Atherton b: 19 Sep 1751 m: 03 May 1774 d: 05 May 1828

    -2-3-1-5-1-1 Martin Fletcher Allen b: 1842 m Eliza F. Daniels
    -2-3-1-5-1-1-1 Sarah Allen m William M. Newton
    -2-3-1-5-1-2 Anna Caroline Allen d: 1900
    -2-3-1-5-1-3 Stoddard Norman Allen m Jennie Pratt
    -2-3-1-5-1-3-1 Mary P. Allen
    -2-3-1-5-1-3-2 Anna M. Allen
    -2-3-1-5-1-3-3 Beulah Fletcher Allen
    -2-3-4-1-1-1 Elisha Atherton b: 07 May 1786 d: 02 Apr 1853 m1 Caroline Ross Maffitt +1 ch m2 10 Oct 1810 Zibia Perkins +1c h
    -2-3-4-1-1-1-1 Eliza Ross Atherton b: 10 May 1831 m Jan 1853 in Wilkes-Barre, PA Charles Abott Miner
    -2-3-4-1-1-1-2 Sarah Atherton b 21 Oct 1814 m 26 Sep 1842 William Henry b: 15 Aug 1794 d: 23 May 1878
    -2-3-4-1-1-1-2-1 Lydia Henry b: 19 Jun 1849 m 16 Jun 1874 Winfield Scott Stites
    -2-3-4-1-1-1-2-1-1 Thomas H. Ahterton Stites b 26 Apr 1875 m Mary Henry m: 27 Jun 1905
    -2-3-4-1-1-1-2-1-1-1 Mary H. Stites b 20 Nov 1907
    -2-3-4-1-1-1-2-1-2 Sara H. Stites b 20 Jul 1877
    -2-3-4-1-1-1-2-1-3 Harriet M. Stites b 02 Nov 1879 m 10 Dec 1909 Charles Foster Tillinghast
    -2-3-4-1-1-1-2-1-3 Lydia A. Stites b 06 Oct 1882 m Sidney Roby Miner
    -2-3-4-1-1-1-2-1-4 Ellen Scranton Stites b 06 Jun 1884
    Ca10-1-3 Elizabeth Cary b 20 Dec 1649 in Duxbury, Mass d 1723 in Bridgewater, Mass m1 William Brett b: Abt. 1649 d: WFT Est. 1677-1738 m2 Deacon William Britt b: WFT Est. 1637-1857 d: WFT Est. 1883-1943 -1 Bethia Brett b Abt. 1670
    m Thomas Heywood b
    Ca10-1-4 James Cary b 28 Mar 1652 in Braintree, Mass d 20 Nov 1706 in Bridgewater Mass m Mary Standish/?Shaw b Abt. 1662 in Weymouth, Mass d 1736 in Bristol -1 Mercy Cary b 1686 m Daniel DAvid Thurston s.b. son of John thurston b and Hannah Cary Ca10-1-8 b 30 Apr 1661 in Bridgewater
    -2 Mary Cary b 1689
    -3 James Cary b 1692 in Bridewater d 1762 m Sarah Shaw
    -4 Hannah Cary b July 23, 1696
    -5 Elisabeth Cary b July 23, 1700 d 1742 m John Whitman
    -1-1 David Daniel Thurston m1 on 28 Apr 1713 in Rehoboth Mercy Cary m2 Hannah Carpenter on 18 Nov 1725 in Rehobth. [Ref][Ref intention 23 Oct 1725]
    -1-2 Sarah Thurston b on 29 Jul 1691 in Medfield d by 6 May 1722 after 17 Mar 1718/9 m on 12 Sep 1717 John Carpenterin Rehoboth. [Ref][Ref][Ref] John was the son of John and Renew (Weeks) Carpenter b on 25 Mar 1691 in Swansea He m2on 6 May 1722 in Tiverton Sarah Hilliard b on 28 Jun 1721 in Little Compton dau of William Hillard and Deborah Warren formerly of Hingham. [Ref] On 17 Mar 1718/9 John Carpenter and his wife Sarah and Bethiah Thurston, all of Rehoboth, acknowledged a 12 Nov 1718 deed by which they and John and Hannah [Thurston] Cary conveyed to David Thurston their 3/7 interest in Rehoboth real estate that John Thurston left his seven daughters. some descendants of Sarah Thurston
    -1-3 Hannah Thurston b on 8 Jun 1693 in Medfield m John Cary.
    -1-4 Bethiah Thurston b on 29 May 1695 in Medfield m on 7 Dec 1721 in Rehoboth Joseph Kent, Jr some descendants of Bethiah Thurston
    -1-5 Jabez Thurston b on 23 Jun 16[97] in Medfield d on 25 Jul 1697 in Medfield
    -1-6 Rebecca Thurston b on 19 Aug 1698 in Medfield
    -1-7 Mehitable Thurston b on 18 Jun 1700 in Medfield m Nathaniel Huntington son was Gov. Samuel Huntington, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence some descendants of Mehitable Thurston
    -1-8 Phebe Thurston b on 11 Dec 1702 in Medfield
    -1-9 Jane Thurston b on 13 Dec 1704 in Medfield m Stephen Carpenter on 2 Apr 1744 in Rehoboth
    -3-1 Sarah Cary b 1723 m William Barrell
    -3-2 Joshua Cary b 1726 d 1747 no ch unm
    -5-1 Samuel Whitman b 1730
    -5-2 Elizabeth Whitman b 1732
    -5-3 John Whitman b 1735
    -5-4 James Whitman b 1739
    -1-1-1 John Thurston b 22 May 1714 Rehoboth MA m Seabury Stoddard
    -1-1-2 HANNAH THURSTON b on 8 Jun 1693 in Medfield d 1780 m on 16 May 1716 in Rehoboth John Cary
    -1-1-1-1 Job Thurtson b 27 Jan 1737 Rehoboth MA d 1826 Coeymans Albany Co NY m Dorcas Garnsey -1-1-1-1-1 Job Thurston b about 1770 Coemans m Hannah Watson
    -1-1-1-1-1-1 Job Thurston b 17 Aug Coeymans d 1 Feb 1835 Marshall Oneida Co NY m Nancy Cubbuck
    -1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Sarah J Thurston b 27 Aug 1832 Marshall d 14 Nov 1883 Stockbridge m Richard Russell Spencer 22 Jun 1820 Glasgow d 25 Apr 1885 Stockbridge Calumet Co Wisc son of Patrick spencer b Scotland d 1835 and Eliza Stuart ancestors of Michele L Daniels, author's DNA match
    Ca10-1-5 Mary Cary b 8 Jul 1654 in Duxbury Mass d WFT Est. 1655-1748 unm
    Ca10-1-6 Jonathan Cary b 24 Sep 1656 in Bridgewater Ma d 1695 in MA m Sarah Allen b April 14, 1667 in Bridgewater d 1743 dau of Deac. Samuel Allen and Sarah Partridge -1 John Cary b abt 1687.
    -2 Deac. Recompense Cary b 1688 Bridgewater Plymouth, MA, d 18 May 1759 Bridgewater m1 Mary Crossman 25 Dec 1711, Bridgewater, m2 Sarah Brett 11 Jan 1725/26, Bridgewater.
    -3 Jonathan Cary b 1692 Bridgewater Plymouth MA d 12 Oct 1770 Bridgewater m1 Susanna Keith, m2 Experience Carver 10 Dec 1719 Bridgewater dau of Deac. Eleazer Carver and Experience Blake.

    -3-1 Seth Cary b 1721 Bridgewater Plymouth MA
    -3-2 Eleazer Cary b 1723 Bridgewater d 1806 Bridgewater m1 Elizabeth Fobes 1745 Bridgewater Plymouth MA m2 Mary Washburn 1753 Bridgewater Plymouth MA.
    -3-3 Susannah Cary b 1725 Bridgewater m William Hooper abt 1746 Bridgewater
    -3-4 Anne Cary b 1728 Bridgewater m Nathan Mitchell 1754 Bridgewater.
    -3-5 Jonathan Cary b 1730 Bridgewater m Lois Hooper 7 Mar 1754 Bridgewater dau of William Hooper and Lois Thomas.
    -3-6 Eliphalet Cary b 1732 Bridgewater d 1822 m Hannah abt 1752 Bridgewater.
    -3-7 Experience Cary b 1734 Bridgewater
    -3-8 Benjamin Cary b 1738 Bridgewater
    -3-9 Jesse Cary b 1742 Bridgewater

    -3-5-1 Jonathan Cary b 21 Dec 1754, Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA, d in Rev. War.
    -3-5-2 Lois Cary b 12 Sep 1756 Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA. m Solomon Keith 1777, Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA, son of Ephraim Keith and Sarah Washburn.
    -3-5-3 Seth Cary b 1759, Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA.
    -3-5-4 Eunice Cary b 19 Aug 1760, Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA; md Isaac Washburn abt 1781, Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA.

    -3-5-2-1 Clarissa Keith; md Unknown Pratt.
    -3-5-2-2 Christiana Keith; md George Washburn.
    -3-5-2-3 Solomon Keith; md Lucinda Keith 26 Apr 1807.
    -3-5-2-4 Lois C. Keith b 28 Nov 1787 m md Consider Scott 2 Jan 1824, son of James Scott and Sarah.

    -3-5-2-4-1 Capt. Henry Dwight Scott b 24 Jan 1825 m1 abt 1846 Newport RI Lydia Ann Chapman + 8 ch dau of Peleg Chapman and Mary Potter, m2 Grace Patterson 1867, m3 Sarah Taylor 1 May 1872
    -3-5-2-4-2 Louise/Louisa Scott b 28 Aug 1827

    -3-5-2-4-1-1 Alice Roslyn Scott b abt 1848 Newport RI m Joseph B. Tompkins 8 Aug 1872.
    -3-5-2-4-1-2 Henry W. Scott b 21 Apr 1849 d 8 Feb 1932 Coventry, RI m1 Lenora Morris m2 Carrie A. Macomber, and [3] Edna P. Beamans.
    -3-5-2-4-1-3 Mary Louise Scott b abt 1851 d 12 Feb 1919 m Frederick Augustus Clarke.
    -3-5-2-4-1-4 Amanda Bacon Scott b abt 1854.
    -3-5-2-4-1-5 William Chapman Scott b 10 Aug 1856.
    -3-5-2-4-1-6 Jennie Boardman Scott b abt 1857 m William Boyce.
    -3-5-2-4-1-7 Rebecca Chapman Scott b 1860 d 18 Dec 1922 m Elmer Nickerson.
    -3-5-2-4-1-8 Horace Scott b 13 Nov 1865 Newport RI d 18 Mar 1866.
    Ca10-1-7 David Cary b 27 Jan 1657/58 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Mass d 1718 in Bristol, RI m Elizabeth Brackett b 1671 -1 Elizabeth Cary b Mar 7, 1690/91 in Bristol, RI d 1772 m Daniel Smith b 1688
    -2 Bathsheba Cary b Aug 14, 1693 in Bristol, RI d 1775 m Joseph Howland b 1692 d: 1737
    -3 Mehitabel Cary b Aug 14, 1693 in Bristol, RI m y Wardwell
    -4 Sarah Cary b Janu 21, 1694/95 in Bristol, RI d in childhood
    -5 Bethia Cary b Jan 22, 1696/97 in Bristol, RI d Abt. 1752 m Benjamin Gorham b 1695
    -6 David Cary b Feb 20, 1698/99 in Bristol, RI d 1746 m1 Rachel Bates b in Dorchester m: Jan26, 1720/21 m2 June 09, 1729 Mary Canada + 6 ch m2 Mary Canada m: June 9, 1729
    -7 Peter Cary b Nov 9, 1701 in Bristol, RI
    -8 Mary Cary b Nov 6, 1703 in Bristol, RI Fact 1: died in childhood m Terrence Donnell
    -9 Sarah Cary b 1707 in Bristol, RI d 1786 m Jonathan Gladding
    -10 Priscilla Cary b May 09, 1709 in Bristol, RI m 1726 Joseph Gladding
    -11 Henry Cary b Jun 4, 1711 in Bristol, RI d May 5, 1802 Reverend m 1734 Abigail Paul b 1702 d 1776

    -6-1 Michael Cary b: Jan 24, 1739/40 in Bristol, MA d: 1833 Fact 1: Was a soldier in Revolutionary War m Patty Gunsey b: 1735 in Barrington, MA d: 1824 m: in Barrington, MA + 4 ch m2 Martha Garnsey b 1740 d 1833
    -6-2 David Cary b: Nov 23, 1729
    -6-3 Edward Cary b: May 7, 1732
    -6-4 Mary Cary b: Aug 9, 1733
    -6-5 Thomas Cary b: 1735
    -6-6 Nathan Cary b: Feb 5, 1737/38
    -11-1 Marcy Cary b: 28 Aug 1735 in Berkley, Bristol, MA, USA
    -11-2 Esther Cary b: 08 Oct 1738 in Berkley, Bristol, MA, USA
    -11-3 Elizabeth Cary b: 18 Aug 1739 in Berkley, Bristol, MA, USA d: 12 Aug 1778 in Pawling, N.Y. Fact 1: In Wyoming Massacre m James Stark b: 22 May 1734 in Groton, CT m: 1758 d: 20 Jul 1777 in Wilkes-Barre, PA Fact 1: Died in Wyoming Massacre
    -11-4 Catherine Cary b 13 May 1743 in Ashford, Windham, CT d in childhood
    -11-5 Henry Cary b 19 Aug 1745 in Ashford, Windham, CT
    -11-6 Chloe Cary b 06 Jun 1746 in Ashford, Windham, CT d 14 Sep 1778 m William Pearce b in Pawling, New York m 02 Mar 1766
    -11-7 John Paul Cary b: 06 Aug 1750 in Ashford, Windham, CT
    -11-8 Mehitabel Cary b: 1739 in Gloucester, Rhode Island d 1808 in Pittston, Luzerne Co, PA Source: Info on this line is from: Tracy Keogh, tracykeogh@yahoo.com, 11/99 m John Scott b 26 Apr 1733 in Scituate, Providence, Rhode Island m: 1760 in Dutchess, NY d: Jan 1807 in Pittston, Luzerne Co, PA

    -6-1-1 Ebenezer Cary b Abt. 1761 in Barrington, MA d: in Barrington, MA
    -6-1-2 Nathan Cary b: 1767 Fact 1: Died without issue.
    -6-1-3 Mary Cary b 1769
    -6-1-4 Susannah Cary
    -11-3-1 James Stark b: 12 Dec 1760 in Duchess Cnty, NY d: 10 Jun 1812 m1 Sarah Pearce m: 17 Sep 1780 m2 Susannah Crandal m: 26 Jan 1800 + 8 ch
    -11-8-1 Sarah Scott b: 03 Mar 1779 m Thomas Evans b 1776 Info on this line is from Stephen Chanko: chankst@hotmail.com
    -11-8-2 James Scott m Esther Halstead
    -11-8-3 Catherine Scott b 02 Jan 1771 in Dutches Co, NY d: 04 Feb 1849 in Pittston, Luzerne Co, PA m Roger Searle b 13 Aug 1762 in Stonington, New London, CT d: 19 Jun 1813 in Plains, Luzerne Co, PA
    -11-8-4 Joseph Scott
    -11-8-5 John Scott
    -11-8-6 Susanna Scott b: Abt. 1780 in Pittston, Luzerne Co, PA m John Chambers
    -11-8-7 Mary Scott m Joseph Leonard
    -11-8-8 Jane Scott
    -11-8-9 Elizabeth Scott
    -11-8-10 Daniel Scott

    -6-1-1-1 Nathan Cary b Abt. 1814
    -6-1-1-2 Ebenezer Cary b Abt. 1816 in Western New York d Nov 1863 m Catherine J. Fonda
    -11-3-1-1 Henry Stark b 18 Apr 1762 in Duchess Co NY m Elizabeth Kennedy m 03 Nov 1791
    -11-3-1-2 Esther Stark b 29 Aug 1764
    -11-3-1-3 John Stark b 16 Oct 1766 d 10 Sep 1778 d of exposure at Wyoming Massacre
    -11-3-1-4 Paul Stark b 09 Dec 1767 in Duchess Cnty, NY d 18 Nov 1818 Info on this line is from Michell Salisbury, July 2013: chell89173@aol.com m Katherine Rosengrant m 22 Oct 1794
    -11-3-1-5 Samuel Stark b: 08 Oct 1771 in Duchess Cnty, NY d: 30 Sep 1840 m Polly Birdsall m: 14 Jul 1794
    -11-3-1-6 Abigail Stark b 22 Jan 1773 m Nathaniel Crandall d 20 Mar 1774
    -11-3-1-7 Elizabeth Stark b 24 Feb 1775 d 04 Aug 1837
    -11-3-1-8 Johanna Stark b 19 Jun 1777 m Crandall Wilcox
    -11-8-1-1 William Evans b 1802 m Elizabeth Snyder b 1802
    -11-8-2-1 Thomas Scott m Louisa Moore
    -11-8-3-1 John Searle m Mary Stark

    -6-1-1-2-1 Alfred Cary b Oct 2, 1854
    -6-1-1-2-2 Ebenezer Cary b Feb 10, 1857
    -6-1-1-2-3 Lucinda/Mary Cary b Mar 28, 1859
    -6-1-1-2-4 John Cary b Oct 26, 1861
    -11-3-1-1-1 Mary Stark m John Searle
    -11-3-1-4-1 Phebe Stark b: 1812 m Landon
    -11-3-1-8-1 Abigail Wilcox m George Washington Williams
    -11-8-1-1-1 Peter Evans b: 1830 m Rosunah Payne b: 1836
    -11-8-2-1-1 William Amos Scott m Adelaide Marion Coltart
    -11-8-3-1-1 Catherine Searle m Edwin Williams

    -11-3-1-1-1-1 Catherine Searle m Edwin Williams
    -11-3-1-8-1-1 Edwin Williams m Catherine Searle
    -11-3-1-4-1-1 Adalade Landon b: 1853 m y Henderson
    -11-8-1-1-1-1 Delilah Evans b: 1858 m Barney Conklin b: 1853
    -11-8-2-1-1-1 Adelaide Coltart Scott m Harry Cromwell Reynolds

    -11-3-1-4-1-1-1 Lloyd Edward Henderson b: 1902
    -11-8-1-1-1-1-1 Pearl Mae Conklin b 1890 m Charles O. Lowstetter b: 1882
    -11-8-2-1-1-1-1 Robert Coltart Reynolds m Ludmilla Kadak

    -11-3-1-4-1-1-1-1 Jack Henderson b 1921
    -11-3-1-4-1-1-1-1-1 Patricia Henderson b 1942 m Ozimec
    -11-3-1-4-1-1-1-1-1-1 Michelle Lee Ozimec m Salisbury
    -11-8-1-1-1-1-1-1 Doris I. Lowstetter b 1929 m James R. Luchs b 1926
    -11-8-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Kathy S. Luchs b 1948 m Edwin S. Chanko b: 1949
    -11-8-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Stephen D. Chanko b 1971
    -11-8-2-1-1-1-1-1 Robert Coltart Reynolds m 1950 Rose Ann Fabrio b 09 Jul 1927 d: 14 May 2004 in Lebanon, NH
    -11-8-2-1-1-1-1-1-1 Fayette Reynolds m Rosenfeld
    -11-8-2-1-1-1-1-1-2 Robert C. Reynolds
    -11-8-2-1-1-1-1-1-3 Jolene Reynolds m y Garanzha
    Ca10-1-8 Hannah Cary b 30 Apr 1661 in Bridgewater, Mass d 1718
    m John Thurston b 13 Dec 1656 in Medfield, MA d 24 Nov 1711 in Rehoboth Ma
    -1 David Daniel Thurston m1 on 28 Apr 1713 in Rehoboth Mercy Cary m2 Hannah Carpenter on 18 Nov 1725 in Rehobth. [Ref][Ref intention 23 Oct 1725]
    -2.Sarah Thurston b on 29 Jul 1691 in Medfield d by 6 May 1722 after 17 Mar 1718/9 m on 12 Sep 1717 John Carpenterin Rehoboth. [Ref][Ref][Ref] John was the son of John and Renew (Weeks) Carpenter b on 25 Mar 1691 in Swansea He m2on 6 May 1722 in Tiverton Sarah Hilliard b on 28 Jun 1721 in Little Compton dau of William Hillard and Deborah Warren formerly of Hingham. [Ref] On 17 Mar 1718/9 John Carpenter and his wife Sarah and Bethiah Thurston, all of Rehoboth, acknowledged a 12 Nov 1718 deed by which they and John and Hannah [Thurston] Cary conveyed to David Thurston their 3/7 interest in Rehoboth real estate that John Thurston left his seven daughters. some descendants of Sarah Thurston
    -3 Hannah Thurston b on 8 Jun 1693 in Medfield m John Cary.
    -4 Bethiah Thurston b on 29 May 1695 in Medfield m Joseph Kent Jr. on 7 Dec 1721 in Rehoboth. [Ref intention 28 Oct 1721][Ref] some descendants of Bethiah Thurston
    -5 Jabez Thurston b on 23 Jun 16[97] in Medfield d on 25 Jul 1697 in Medfield
    -6 Rebecca Thurston b on 19 Aug 1698 in Medfield
    -7 Mehitable Thurston b on 18 Jun 1700 in Medfield m Nathaniel Huntington son was Gov. Samuel Huntington, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence some descendants of Mehitable Thurston
    -8 Phebe Thurston b on 11 Dec 1702 in Medfield
    -9 Jane Thurston b on 13 Dec 1704 in Medfield m Stephen Carpenter on 2 Apr 1744 in Rehoboth
    -1-1 John Thurston b 22 May 1714 Rehoboth MA m Seabury Stoddard
    -1-2 HANNAH THURSTON b on 8 Jun 1693 in Medfield d 1780 m on 16 May 1716 in Rehoboth John Cary
    -1-1-1 Job Thurtson b 27 Jan 1737 Rehoboth MA d 1826 Coeymans Albany Co NY m Dorcas Garnsey -1-1-1-1 Job Thurston b about 1770 Coemans m Hannah Watson
    -1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Job Thurston b 17 Aug 1799 Coeymans NY d 1 Feb 1835 Marshall Oneida Co NY m Nancy Cubbuck
    -1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Sarah J Thurstonb 27 Aug 1832 Marshall d 14 Nov 1883 Stockbridge m Richard Russell Spencer 22 Jun 1820 Glasgow d 25 Apr 1885 Stockbridge Calumet Co Wisc son of Patrick spencer b Scotland d 1835 and Eliza Stuart ancestors of Michele L Daniels, author's DNA match
    Ca10-1-9 Joseph Cary b 18 Apr 1663 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Mass d 10 Jan 1721/22 in Scotland, CT Deacon m1 Hannah Godfrey b Abt. 1668 in Norwich, CT d: Abt. 1691 m: 1687 in Norwich, CT m2 Mercy Bushnell b March 1656/57 in Saybrook, CT d 23 Jan 1740/41 m: Aft. 1700 in Windham, CT  m:  abt. 1692
    Ca10-1-10 Rebecca Cary b: March 30, 1665 in Bridgewater, Mass d 1714 in Norwich, Ct m Samuel Allen b December 04, 1660 in Bridgewater, Mass d 28 Jun 1750
    Ca10-1-11 Sarah Cary b 2 Aug 1667 in Bridgewater, Mass d: WFT Est. 1668-1761 m John Jenney m Abt: 1688 (CONTROVERSIAL AND UNPROVEN)
    Ca10-1-12 Mehitabel Cary b 24 Dec 1670 in Bridgewater, Mass d in Preston, Ct m Elisha Adams b 18 Feb 1658/59 in Medfield, Norfolk Mass d 1698 m2 Miles Standish
    NOTES:

    There is controversy on who John's father was. The following information is provided by David Carey: Matawadave@aol.com 
    "The parents of John Cary, the Plymouth Pilgrim, have yet to be positively 
    identified. Most theories have been disproved. He was not the son of John 
    Cary and Elizabeth Hereford. Their son John was married in 1613 (when the Pilgrim was about 3 years old) and died in Hackney , Middlesex, England, 
    before 1665. Proof is found in the pedigree submitted by their grandson John Cary, the famous London and Virginia merchant, to the Earl Marshall of England which resulted in confirmation of his right to bear the arms of the noble Carys of Devon (ref. College of Arms, Book of Grants IV) Copies of those documents are filed in the British Library (Stowe MS 670, folio 229) and in the Society of Genealogists Library, London.

    John the Pilgrim was not the son of Elizabeth and William Cary who was mayor of Bristol in 1621. That theory was proposed by Henry Grosvenor Cary in his The Cary Family in America and is disproved by the Heralds College pedigree of the Bristol Carys. The son of Elizabeth and William Cary was the John Cary who married Elizabeth Hereford (see above). The theory that John the Pilgrim was the son of Walter Cary and Grace Browne has not been disproved or proved positively. The theory that John the Pilgrim was the son of Walter Cary and Grace Browne has not been disproved or proved positively. Walter died in 1633, about the time the Pilgrim came to Plymouth after a dispute over his father's will leaving his entire estate to his wife Grace in order to "tie and bind them [his children] the more to be loving and dutiful to their tender and careful mother". John Cary was an adult in 1633 and came to Plymouth the next year. Grace's will in 1668 leaves her son John, "if living" a shilling. That suggests that she and her son John were estranged. These circumstances roughly parallel the family tradition that John Cary came to Plymouth in 1834 following a dispute over his father's estate.

    David Carey"


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    1.)

    5.) The land was paid for with:
    7 coats - a yard and a half in a coat.
    9 hatchets
    8 hoes
    20 knives
    4 Moose skins
    10 yards and a half of cotton

    6.) The deed is signed by Miles Standish, Samuel Nash, and Constant Southwork.

    7.) The part of the land that John Cary settled was a tract one mile wide by seven miles long. This tract embraced what is now the city of Brockton.
    8.) The town of Bridgewater was incorporated in 1656. That year John was chosen constable, the first and only officer elected at that time. The office of constable was second only to that of governor. The constable was the only officer in the town whose duty it was to execute the laws, and his power was almost absolute. He could even arrest on suspicion "without precept," a power scarcely allowed at the present day to the chief magistrate of a nation or state. There were no sheriffs in those days.
    9.) John was elected town clerk the next year, 1657, and held office till he died in 1681, a period of twenty-four years.

    10.) He was prominent among his fellows, was intelligent, well educated and public spirited. He taught the first class in Latin in the colony.
    11.) The original 16 settlers lived in what is now West Bridgewater. Their lots of 6 acres each all abutted on Town River, or as called by the Indians, Nuncketest River. John Cary had two of these lots. The boundary was as follows: on the west was South Street, the old road leading from New Bedford to Boston and laid out in 1668; on the north was Ash Street, and on the other two sides were the river and the cemetery. On this land are two houses, one, the older, built in 1799 on the spot where stood the dwelling of John Cary, the old well being still in use, and the cellar practically the same as then.
    12.) The grave of John Cary cannot be located. There is a John Cary Monument erected on his homestead in West Bridgewater, Mass. 1905

    It reads:
    Near this spot was the home of
    JOHN CARY
    born in Somersetshire, England
    He became in 1651 an original proprietor,
    And honored settler on this River.
    Was clerk of the Plantation
    When the town of Bridgewater was Incorporated, in 1656.
    He was elected Constable,. The first and only officer of that year.
    Was town clerk until his death in 1681.
    Tradition says,
    He was the first teacher of latin in Plymouth colony.
    This tablet erected by his descendants in memory
    Of their historic and noble ancestor.
    In 1785, one Moses Cary wrote about John Cary, the founder of the family that came to Duxbury about 1634, and says
    "When he landed it gave him a dreadfull shock, for was brought up delicately and left a delightful country, and here he found himself not only in a strange land, but in a frightful wilderness and destitute of any of the comforts of life.--saw no way to get a living but to go to work, though he was not brought up to any kind of labor. He was so full of trouble that he shed tears bountifully, which so moved the captain of the vessel that he offered to carry him back again, but he said, "No, I will never go back."
    Extracts from Cary Family of England published 1906 by Rev. Seth Cooley Cary