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1048 Elisabeth, b. 1675, m. Nathaniel Gilbert of Boston.
her sister Elisabeth.
(4) III. John ENDECOTT (3—1), m. in London, Anna . He was a physician, and resided some time in England, and d. ab. 1694. After his death his widow and children came over to this country. Children,
13—1 Robert Edwards. (9)
(5) III. SAMUEL EndecoTT (4—2), christened at the First Church,
15-1 John, b. Oct. 18, 1695, d. before his father.
(6) III. ZERUBBABEL ENDECOTT (5–3), m. Grace Lived in Topsfield; christened at First Church, Salem, Sept. 19, 1666; d. in 1706, a. 42 years, and left the following children:
19–1 Zerubbabel, m. widow of his cousin Robert, May 1,1723.
(7) III. BENJAMIN ENDECOTT (6-4), christened at First Church, Ang. 21, 1667. Lived in Topsfield; m. Elisabeth —; d. in 1735, left no children. His brother Joseph and his nephew Zerubbabel inherited his farm, in accordance with a provision in his father's will.
(8) III. Joseph ENDECOTT (846), christened at First Church, Salem, July 17, 1672. He moved to North Hampton, in the county of Burlington in New Jersey, in 1698; married Hannah and died in May 1747, a. 75 years, leļt children,
25—1 John, (12)
Gillam. 284 Elisabeth, m. Deloraine.
FOURTH GENERATION. (9) IV. ROBERT EDWARDS ENDECOTT (13-1], b. in London. Owned part of the “Orchard Farm.” He came to this country on the death of his father; m. Elisabeth Phillips, Nov. 24, 1720, and d. shortly after. Administration on his estate was granted April 24, 1721._Inventory rendered was £1397. 15.0. His widow married his cousin Zerubbabel. He left no children.
(10) IV. SAMUEL ENDECOTT (16—2), christened in adult age, at South Danvers, Sept. 30, 1716; m. his cousin Anna Endecott, Dec. 20, 1711. She d. May, 1723. Married again Feb. 11, 1724, Margaret Foster, a widow, whose maiden name was Pratt. He d. May, 1766, a. 79 years, and was buried in the family burying.ground, Danvers.
Children by Anna,
Children by Margaret,
3 b. Nov. 1727, m. Thomas Andrew, Dec 1, 1761.
b. 1734, m. Peter Putnam. 40-12 Ruth, b. 1739, m. Joseph Dole, Dec. 19, 1765; d. in 1828, a. 89 years.
(11) IV. ZERUBBABEL ENDECOTT (19--1] lived in Topsfield; m. May 1, 1723, Elisabeth, widow of his cousin Robert Edwards Endecott (9); d. in 1738; left no children. His sisters inherited his property, and thus all the land left by the Governor, and his son the doctor, in Topsfield, went out of the name of Endecott. His wife died before him. On the death of Zerubbabel, there were living in New England only Samuel and his family (10), descendants of Governor Endecott.
(12) IV. Joun ENDECOTT (25—1] lived in New Jersey; m. left children,
Matlock. 46–6 Sarah, m. Hancock.
FIFTH GENERATION. (13) V. JOHN ENDICOTT (28—1], christened at South Church, Danvers, by Rev. Mr. Prescott, June 9, 1717. Owned and lived upon the “ Orchard Farm proper, containing the Governor's homestead. He m. Elisabeth Jacobs, May 18, 1738, and d. in 1783, a. 70. His widow d. August, 1809, a. nearly 91. She was a woman of great energy of character. It is related of her, on the day of the battle of Bunker Hill, that Col. Timothy Pickering halted his company for a few minutes near the South Meeting House, Danvers, and such was her impatience at this delay, that she walked up to the commander and said, " Why on earth don't you march ; don't you hear the guns at Charlestown ?" He had children.
47-1 John, b. 1739. (18)
(14) V. SAMUEL Endicott [30–3), christened at South Church, Danvers, by Rev. Mr. Prescott, June 9, 1717. Lived in Danvers, m. Mary Putnam, Feb. 27, 1752; she was sister of Deacon Gideon Putnam, and aunt to Judge Samuel Putnam, of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts. He d. Dec. 10, 1773, a. 56 years, buried in the family bury. ing.ground, Danvers. He had children,
51-1 Sarah, b. 1753, bap. Oct. 7, 1753; m. Francis Yates.
55-5 Anna, b. 1762, bap. Jan. 17, 1762; d. April 17, 1786; never married. 56–6 Deborah, b. 1767, bap. March 17, 1767; m. Ebenezer Shillaber.
(15) V. Elias ENDICOTT (36—9), christened at South Church, Danvers, Dec. 28, 1729. Lived in Danvers, on land left him by his father; m. Eunice Andrews; d. Oct. 1777, a. 49 years. He was buried in a tomb in the burying.ground near the “Plains," Danvers. Children,
57-1 Elias, b. Sept. 1, 1767, still living (1847). 58—2 Israel, b. Dec. 8, 1769, still living (1847). 59—3 Mary,
m. Zerubbabel Porter. 60—4 Margaret,
m. Peter Putnam. 61-5 Nancy,
m. Israel Putnam. (16) V. Joseph ENDICOTT (37—10), christened at South Church, Danvers, Oct. 17, 1731. His first wife was a Putnam, who had no children. He m. for his second wife, Oct. 6, 1768, Sarah Hathorne; d. Dec. 19, 1806, a. 75.
62–1 Sarah, b. Dec. 9, 1769, m. Francis Proctor, in 1797.
(17) V. BENJAMIN ENDICOTT [42–3], lived in New Jersey; uncertain when b.; was twice married. He suffered much from imprisonment and deterioration of his property, during the Revolutionary war. It laid on the line of march of the British troops. He d. in 1792.
67—1 John, 6. in 1772.
This is as far as our information extends, with regard to the New Jersey branch of the family; and here we must therefore leave it. The above sons are living, and with families.
SIXTH GENERATION. (18) VI. John Endicott (46—1), christened at South Church, Dan. vers, June 7, 1741. Owned and lived upon the “Orchard Farm." He m. Martha Putnam, daughter of Samuel Putnam; and d. March, 1816. Children,
74-1 Samuel, b. June, 1763. (25)
d. young. 82–9 Sarah,
1778, d. young, was never married. 83–10 Rebecca, b. May 20, 1750, m. Daniel Hardy. 84-11 William, b.
1782, d. in 1806, was never married. 85–12 Timothy, b. July 27, 1785, m. Harriet Martin of Sterling, Ms., and had no
children. The widow of John died in Sept., 1821. She was a woman of great purity of character, of blameless life and conversation.
(19) VI. WILLIAM ENDICOTT (48—3), christened at South Church, Danvers, Dec. 19, 1742. He m. Nov. 5, 1767, Damaris Osborn, and
d. in the West Indies. His widow m. his cousin, Samuel Endicott [49–2]. They had one child, 86—1 William, b. 1769. (29)
(20) VI. Robert ENDICOTT (49—4), m. Mary Holt, dau. of the Rev. Nathan Holt of Danvers, Nov. 1, 1781, lived in Beverly, Ms.; d. March 6, 1819, a. 62 years. His widow is still living (1847), at a very advanced age. Children,
87-1 Mary, b. July 9, 1782, m. John Ellingwood, d. 1813.
(21) VI. SAMUEL ENDICOTT (51—2], christened at North Danvers, Dec. 14, 1754. Lived first in Danvers, then in Newport, N. H.; and was a surgeon's mate in the army of the Revolution. He was married twice; his first wife was Sarah Putnam, his second was Damaris Osborn, widow of his cousin, William Endecott. He d. April, 1840, a. 86. Children by Sarah, 92–1 Sarah, who m. Andrew Bryant. By Damaris, 93—2 Timothy Leach, b. Dec. 26, 1785. (32) 94–3 Nancy,
m. B. Herrick of Topsfield. (22) VI Elias ENDICOTT (56—1), christened at South Church, Danvers, according to the records, March 6, 1767 ; m. Creesy; lived in Danvers. Children,
95-1 Clara, m. Alfred Porter, a cousin.
(23) VI. ISRAEL ENDICOTT (57—2), christened at South Church, Danvers, by Rev. Mr. Holt, Dec 24, 1769; m. - Ray of Topsfield. Lived in Danvers. His children were,
98-1 Israel, b. Nov. 20, 1799.
(24) VI. AARON ENDICOTT (65–5), b. Sept. 12, 1779; m. July 11, 1813, Hannah Osgood of Salem; lived in Salem. His children were, 100—1 Mary,
b. Aug. 19, 1814, m. George West, and d. soon after. 101—2 Joseph,
b. Jan. 29, 1817, d. April 7, 1840. He was a very worthy young man. 102—3 Elisabeth Osgood, b. Dec. 23, 1818, d. without having been married. 103–4 Horatio,
b. Oct. 4, 1821, d. Dec. 21, 1828. 104-5 Charles,
b. Jan. 17, 1823. 105—6 Aaron,
b. Sept. 14, 1826.
SEVENTH GENERATION. (25) VII. SAMUEL ENDICOTT (73–1), christened at South Church, Danvers, Nov. 1, 1767. The early part of his life was spent upon the ocean. He retired from seafaring life in 1805, and followed mercan. tile pursuits, as a ship owner and merchant. He was frequently one of the selectmen of the town of Salem, where he resided, and represented it also in the Legislature. He m. May, 1794, Elisabeth Putnam, dau. of William Putnam of Sterling, Ms. He owned with his brothers, John and Moses, the “Orchard Farm,” the homestead of his ancestor, which continued in the family at the time of his death. He d. May 1, 1828, a. 65 years.
His widow d. Nov, 1841, and was buried in the family burying-ground, Danvers. His children were,
106-1 Samuel, b. March, 1795, d. May, 1828; was never married. 107—2 Eliza,
m. Augustus Perry, Jan. 7, 1838. 108—3 Martha,
m. Francis Peabody of Salem, July, 1823. 10944 William Putnam, b. March 5, 1803. (34) 110–5 Clara,
m. George Peabody of Salem, Sept. 1827. (26) VII. John ENDICOTT (74—2), christened at South Church, Danvers, Nov. 1, 1767. Lived in Danvers. Most of his life was spent in the East India trade. He represented the town of Danvers in the Legislature several times. He was twice married; his first wife was Mary Putnam, his second was Fidelia Kettelle, whose maiden name was Bridges. He d. Nov. 29, 1834, and was buried in the family burying. ground, Danvers. His children were, by Mary, 111-1 John,
b. Nov. 1791, d. in April, 1803. 112–2 Samuel,
b. Oct. 26, 1793. (35) 113——3 Maria Cecelia, b. Jan. 20, 1798, m. John Gardner of Rio Janeiro, Aug. 1822. 114–4 Geo. Washington, b. Jan. 15, 1800. 115–5 Martha, b. Jan. 17, 1803, d. Nov. 1816. 116–6 John,
b. May 19, 1805. (36) By Fidelia, 117–7 Sarah Emily, b. Aug. 8, 1814, d. in infancy. 118–8 James, b. Aug. 6, 1815. 119—9 Henry Bridges, b. Aug. 6, 1817, d. in 1837. 120-10 William, b. Mar. 18, 1823.
(27) VII. Moses ENDICOTT (75–3), b. March 19, 1767; christened at South Church in Danvers, Nov. 1, 1767; lived in Danvers; was a ship-master; m. Anna Towne in 1788, and d. at Havana, March 5, 1807. The following obituary was at the time published in the Salem Ga. zette: “At Havana, the 5th of March last, Capt. Moses Endicott of Danvers, aged 40, late master of the ship Augustus of this port. was an able and approved ship-master and factor. A wife and five children lament the loss of an affectionate husband and tender father. Numerous connections feel the loss of a sincere friend, and, in many instances, a benefactor. By his acquaintances he is regretted-mostly by those who knew him best.” His hand was ever opened to the needy and distressed, and he valued money only as a means of doing good. The blessings of the poor followed him alway. His children were,
121-1 Nancy, b. Aug. 31, 1788, m. Doctor George Osgood. 122—2 Nathan, b. Sept. 19, 1790. (37) 123—3 Charles M., b. Dec. 6, 1793. (38) 124—4 Lewis Repillet, b. Feb. 24, 1796, d. Oct. 8, 1796. 125—5 Sarah, b. April 4, 1798, d. Aug. 18, 1801. 126—6 Augusta, b. July 25, 1803, m. Rev. B. B. Drane, D. D., Episcopal min
ister, May, 1828. She died July 7, 1847, leaving two sons. 127–7 Lewis, b. July 27, 1805. (39)
(28) VII. JACOB ENDICOTT (78—6), b. July 9, 1773; christened July 18, 1773; lived mostly in Salem. He m. Ruth Hawkes of Boston; d. in Charlestown, Ms., June, 1816, a. 43 years. His children were,
128-1 Julia, b. 1905, d. in childhood.
(29) VII. WILLIAM ENDICOTT (85—1], b. 1769; christened at South Church, Danvers, Sept. 10, 1769, lived the earlier part of his life in