Here's an "incomplete" or "unconfirmed" list of their children: Polly b: 27 Apr 1790, Conway, MA; Nancy b: 20 Oct 1791, c: 27 Jun 1802; William b: 08 Dec 1793; John & Lucretia (twins) b: 28 Jun 1796, c: 27 Jun 1802; Lucinda b: 08 Jun 1798; Prudence b: 20 Oct 1800; Editha b: 06 May 1803. Did you know that the beautiful, very cool, world-reknown Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago is of this Field line? I'm not positive on the lineage, but I think it's Joseph Nash Field II b: 1911 back to Marshall Field, son of John Field & Fidelia Nash, one of the sons of my John Field & Lucinda Look.
For some more fascinating Field info, check out the other sons & descendants of Zechariah Field (1596-1666) His son Zechariah b: 1645, CT, son Ebenezer b: 1671, MA; son David (Ensign) b: 1697, CT; son Timothy (Capt) b: 1743, CT; son David Dudley (clergy) b: 1781, CT m: Submit Dickinson; David's distinguised sons, David, Jr (Lawyer) b: 1805, CT; Stephen Johnson Field (Supreme Court Justice) b: 1815/16; Cyrus West Field (Industrialist) b: 1819; Henry Martin Field (Clergy, Editor) b: 1822.I've spent the last ten years working on my parents' genealogies, and the Field line on my mom's side is one of the funnest. Good luck.