If this is your family, you're in luck, as the lineage is documented in the book, SIMEON IDE, Yeoman, Freeman, Pioneer Printer by Louis W. Flanders, M.D. with A Genealogy of the Ide Family compiled by Edith Flanders Dunbar.
Here's the lineage:
1) Nicholas Ide b. circa 1620 at Ide, England; bur. Oct. 18, 1690, at Rehobeth, Mass.; m. to Martha Bliss, presumably the daughter of Thomas Bliss and Dorothy Wheatlie of Belstone, England.She was bur. at Rehobeth, Mass., Nov. 3, 1676.
2) 8th child, son: Capt. Timothy Ide b. Oct. 1669; d. Apr. 5, 1735, at Rehobeth; m. Oct. 20, 1687, at Rehobeth, to Elizabeth Cooper; b. Aug. 8, 1662 at Rehobeth; d. Feb. 8, 1744-5 at Rehobeth; dau. of Thomas Cooper, Jr. & Mary ____.Timothy was prominent among the early settlers of Rehobeth & gained fame as an Indian fighter. Was ensign in to the General Court of Massachusetts in 1710.
3) eldest child, son: Lieut. Timothy Ide, b. Oct. 1, 1688; d. Dec. 26, 1768 at Rehobeth; m. Dec. 20, 1716 at Rehobeth to Mary Daggett; b. 1692 at Rehobeth; d. Feb. 5, 1775 at Rehobeth.
4) 2nd child, son Timothy Ide, b. Mch 31, 1719 at Rehobeth; d. prob. 1763 (will probated Oct. 4, 1763); m. 1) June 18, 1741 at Rehobeth to Dorothy Paine; d. July 4, 1742 at Rehobeth and 2) Nov. 17, 1743 at Rehobeth to Esther Bozworth.
5) sixth child, son: Squier Ide, b. July 30, 1751 at Rehobeth; m. June 3, 1773 at Rehobeth to Mary Bowen.
6) first child, so: Otis Ide, b. Dec. 6, 1774 in Clarendon, VT.
Please note that there is a lot of controversy concerning the wife of Nicholas the immigrant.This book says it's Martha Bliss.Others will tell you that that is not necessarily correct.Hope this helps!