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Timothy Symmes

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  • Name Timothy Symmes  [1
    Gender Male 
    Died 1678  [2
    Person ID I3435  Hollier & Dufilho
    Last Modified 16 Dec 2017 

    Family Elizabeth Norton,   b. 7 Aug 1653, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 27 Sep 1671  USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Last Modified 16 Dec 2017 19:39:58 
    Family ID F1249  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    1. [S519] Norton, Walter Whittlesey, Some descendants of John Norton of Branford, 1622-1709, 53.
      George Norton, born in England, emigrated with
      Higginson to Salem in 1629. Took the freeman's oath
      May 14, 1634. There is some evidence that he was a
      carpenter by trade. Was connected with a company wlio
      obtained leave from General Court to settle Jeffrey's Creek
      in 1640, afterwards called Manchester. Removed to
      Gloucester about 1641. Was representative of that town
      1642-3-4. Moved back to Salem 1644. Was dismissed
      from church at Gloucester to church at Wenham Sept. 21,
      1645. Married Mary . He died 1659.
      i Freegrace, b, 1635, d. 1675, Oct. 19.
      1 ii John, b. 1637, Oct. Mary Sharp
      iii Nathaniel, b. 1639, May.
      2 iv George, b. 1641, March 28. d. 1696, Nov. 15.
      1. Sarah Hart
      2.Merey Gillett
      \ r v Henry, b. 1643, Feb. 28. fO -'Jjl-* '—
      vi Mehitable, b. 1645
      vii Sarah, b. 1647, Sept. 14.
      viiiHannah, b. 1649,
      ix Abigail, b. 1651, Samuel Martin
      X Elizabeth, b. 1653, Aug. 7. Timothy Symmes
      2 1
      1 John Norton {George) of Salem b. 1637 at Salem, m.
      1660, April 3, Mary Sharp.
      i Mary, b. 1661, Nov. 4.
      ii Mary, b. 1664, April 26.
      iii Hannah, b. 1668, Aug. 17.
      iv Abigal, b. 1670, Nov. 30.
      V George, b. 1672. April 20.
      vi Elizabeth, b. 1674, Aug. 30.
      vii John, b. 1679, Oct. 30.

      George Norton (George) of Salem, Ipswicli, Mass.,
      and Siiffield,Coiin., b. 1641, March 28, m. first 1669,
      Oct. 7,SaraliHart, who d. 1682,Jui)e 23, at Snffield.
      George in. second Mercy Gillett(widoM')of Windsor.
      The town of Suffield agreed with George Norton and
      Richard Austin 1695 to make all the windows for
      the minister's house at eighteen pence per light and
      to pay for the same in provision and flax. The
      early records of the town of Ipswich are stated
      to be very imperfect, and mutilated, there being but
      few records of births, deaths and marriages prior to
      1680. The Church records of the first parish have
      been destroyed or cannot be found to about 1775.
      It is evident that the first five children of this George
      Norton were born in Ipswich, but that he afterwards
      became a settler at Suffield, Conn. From the records
      of the doings of the Committee for the management
      of Stony Brook Plantation (Suffield)
      it appears that a grant of 60 acres of land (15
      acres of it on High Street) was made to George
      -Norton Sept. 14, 1674. The settlement of the
      plantation was broken up in 1675 on account of the
      war with the Indians commonly known as Philip's
      war; but was commenced again at its close in
      1676-7. The name of George Norton occurs as an
      inhabitant there as early as Sept. 25, 1677. He is
      called Ensign Norton in the list of voters March 9,
      1682. He was chosen one of the selectman in 1693
      and was sent a representative to the general Court in
      Boston the same year, at which time he is called
      Captain Norton. In the Probate records in Hampshire,
      Book 3, pages 36—37, is found the settlement
      of the estate of this Capt.George Norton, dated March
      31 , 1698. Mercy was his widow—his sons: George,
      Thomas, Nathaniel and Freegrace. His daughters:
      Sarah, Alice, Mary, Abigail, Joanna and Elizabeth
      in the above order: Thomas, Nathaniel and Alice
      were then of Ipswich He d. 1696, Nov 15, (Notes
      arranged by L. M. N.)
      t i George, b. 1671 Nov. 10, d. 1742, Feb. 13
      1. Hannah Younglove
      2. Martha Stiles (widow)
      t ii Thomas, b. 1674 Nov. 10, d. 1744 .July 13
      1. Mercy Ruat
      2. Mary Rayment Beverly
      t iii Nathaniel, b. 1676 June 30, d, 1776 Mercy
      iv Sarah, b. 1670, July 12 John Parsons
      V Alice, b Robert Kimbal
      vi Samuel, b. 1679 Jan. 22. d. 1679, Feb. 2
      vii Samuel, b. 1681 April 9, d, 1681, Apr. 27
      viiiJohn, b. 1683 June 12, d. 1683, June 16
      ix Mary Jane, b. 1685, June 18 Huxley
      X Abigail, b. 1687 Jan. 14, d. 1705, Oct. 21
      txi Freegrace, b. 1689, Jan. 1, d. 1758, Nov. 20 Sarah Martin
      xii Joanna, b. 1693, March 17 Abraham Adams
      xiiiElizabeth, b. 1695, Aug. 31, d. 1697, Aug. 1
      xiv Elizabeth, b. 1697, March 19, d. 1727 s.

    2. [S521] U.S., New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Ancestry.com, (Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2012;), Database online.
      Record for Timothy Symmes