Here is what I have on Samuel Packard - 10 pages with sources
Descendants of Samuel Packard
Generation No. 1
1.SAMUEL3 PACKARD(GEORGE2, MOSES1)1,2,3 was born September 17, 1612 in Parish of Stonham, Aspal, Suffolk Co., England, and died July 11, 1684 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA.He married ELIZABETH UNKNOWN4 Abt. 1632 in England.She was born Abt. 1614 in Suffolk Co., England, and died Aft. October 27, 1694 in Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA.
Notes for SAMUEL PACKARD:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~oldcolony/packard2.htmlhttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~oldcolony/packard2.html - Comments by Dale H. Cook
Note that this ancestry for Samuel1 Packard is conjectural.It is, however, the conjecture shared by leading Packard family researchers whom I respect, some of whom have been researching this family for decades.Contemporary records provide a mention in later life of all of the children of George and Mary (Wither) Packard except for their son Samuel, who is of the correct age and from the correct part of England to have been the 1638 immigrant to Hingham.
Samuel Packard Will
Samuel Packard the immigrant, early of Weymouth and Hingham came on the ship Diligence and ultimately settledin Bridgewater.He and his wife, Elizabeth ______ had numerous children.For Packard descendants, of course, his will should be of interest, but it is also interesting to note that she late in life married John Washburne, son of John and Margery Washburn and the husband of Elizabeth Mitchell, Mayflower Descendant. He died within a few years of the marriage, being then about 65.Note the interesting comment as it relates to a bequest for dau. Jael, current wife of John Smith, in which he seems to, but perhaps not necessarily, expresses some distaste for Smith.[4:2:96] (MD 15:4:253+)
On 29 October, 1684, "Samuell Packer senir of Bridgwater .... yeoman" made his will.Bequests were as follows:
"unto my loveing wiff Elizabeth all that my farm in the said Towne of Bridgwater which I now Dwell upon Containing" 36 acres "with all the houses Lands and Meddowes belonging to the said farme, During the tearm of her Naturall Life;" also "all my Share of Meddow Lying att a place in Bridgwater Called Bulls hole " for life; "end alsoe all my goods and Cattles" for life; also £40 in money for life.
"unto Samuell Packer my eldest son" 64 acres of land in Bridgewater "which his Dwelling house Now stands upon .... buting upon West meadow brook on the east side of the said brooke and Runing east & west"; also 25 acres of land in Bridgewater "which is not yett Layed out"; also "one Lott of Meddow" in Bridgewater "in the West meadow on the south east syde of .... the west meadow Brooke"; also "one Lott of Meddow" in Bridgewater "in the Great Meddow on the North east side of the pond Joyning to the pond"
"unto my son Zacheus Packer .... the house wherin hee my said son Zacheus Packer Dwelleth in with the Land therunto belonging which is" 24 acres lying in Bridgewater; also "my Lott of Meddow" in Bridgewater "in the west meddow on the Norwest syde of the brooke"; also "a Lott of" 50 acres in Bridgewater "by the Bay. Path bounded on the south side by Marke Laythorpes Land"; also "one Lott of Meddow" in Bridgewater "in the Great meadow on the southeast side of the River"
"unto my son John Packer" 70 acres in Bridgewater "on the Eastward side of the River; alsoe .... one lott of Meddow in "Meddow Called Poor Meddow Lying in the said Bridgwater, alsoe .... all my lott of Land att Teticut;"
"unto my son Nathaniel Packer .... two third prtes of my aforsaid farm lying in Bridgwater which I Now Dwell upon Containing" 36 acres of land more or less "That is to say of all the houses Lands and Meddowes belonging to the said farme, to enter upon it emediately after the Decease of my said wife;"
"The other third prte of my said farme that I Dwell Now upon in the said Towne of Bridgwater; That is to say one third prte of the houses Land and meddowes belonging to the said farme I give & bequeath unto my Grand Child Israell Agur and to his heires .... hee or they to enter upon it Imediately after the Decease of my said wife;"
"unto my said son Nathaniell: Packer .... the one halfe of my lott of" 50 acres in Bridgewater lying "Next to Joseph Bassetts lott Neare to the Pond; alsoe I Give .... unto my said Grand Child Israell Augur and to his heires .... the other halfe of the said Lott of fifty acrees of land; to be equally Devided between the said Nathaniel Packer My son and the said Israell Augur; they and both of them to enter upon it Imediately after my Decease;"
"unto my said son Nathaniel Packer and To his heires and assignes for ever the one halfe of my Share of meadow in Bridgwater lying there att a place Called Bulls hole; hee or they to enter upon it after the Decease of my said wife; alsoe I give and bequeath unto my Grand [p. 97] Child Issraell Augur and to his heires and assignes for ever, the other halfe of my said Share of meadow lying att Said bulls hole, hee or they, to enter upon itt after the Decease of my said wife ;"
"I Give and bequeath unto the said Elizabeth Packer my wife and to her heires and assignes for ever all my Lott Containing twenty Acrees of land lying and being in Bridgwater; between the Land of mr James Keith on the one side and the Land of Joseph haward on the other side, buting upon the pond Called Satuckett pond;"
"unto my fouer sones (viz) Samuell Packer Zacheus Packer John Packer and Nathaniell Packer; and to my Grandchild Issrael . Augur .... all my Right & title of Comons and Comonage which I Now have in the Townshipp of Bridgwater to be equally Devided betwixt them them five excepting som prticular prsells of land already Given by will and are not yett Layed out and alsoe my will is that my five Daughters Mary Phillips the wife of Richard Phillips and hannah Randall The wife of Tho: Randall Jaell Smith the wife of John Smith and Daborah Washburn the wife of Samuell Washburn and Deliverance Washburn The wife of Thomas Washburn with my Grand Child Deliverance Augur shall have equally Devided amongst them six all what mony or Chattles shalbe left after the Decease of my said wife Elizabeth Packer; alsoe my will is That as Concerning my Daghter Jaell Smith the wife of John Smith that the prte of the Mony and Chattles above Named that shalbe Due to my said Daughter Jaell after the Decease of my said wife Elizabeth Packer shall not be Delivered to the said John Smith; but shalbe Desposed of to my said Daughter Jaell for her Comfort by the executors of my saidWill; alsoe my will is that my Grand Child Deliverance Augur shall have a heifer; when shee my said Grandchild is of age; and alsoe I Give unto my Grandchild Deliverance Augur one bed; with such furniture to it as is now in the house; I Doe mean a feather bed after the Decease of My said wife, Elizabeth Packer"
"my said son Nathaniel: Packer shall pay unto my Executors heerafter mencioned" £10 in money "when hee .... shall Come to Injoy his prte of the farme that I have before mencioned and Given him in this My will"
"to my two Grandchildren Samuell Packer, and Daniell Packer the son of my son Samuell Packer ten shillings apeece in Mony; ,
"to my Grandchild Issraell Packer; the son of my son Zacheus Packer: ten shillings in Mony"
"to my Grandchild Caleb Phillipes the son of Caleb Phillipes ten shillings in Mony"
"To my Daughter Deliverance the the wife of Thomas Washburn ten acres of land" in Bridgewater, "which said ten acrees is agreed on by the Towne; to lay it Conveniently to the Lott not yett layed out"
"my beloved wife Elizabeth Packer and my son Samuell Packer; to be Joynt executors" "I Desire that mr James Keith and William Brett should be overseers to this my last will"
The will was signed by a mark and witnessed by John Field, John Ames, Jr., and Shadrack Wilbore. John Field and John Ames, Jr., testified on 3 March, 1684/5, and at the same time" Declared upon the oath they had taken as abovewritten that the said Samuell Packer senir Declared att the time hee signed and sealed this Will .... that hee Intented Thomas Washburne to be a Joynt executor of his Last will & Testament with the other two that in the said Will are Mensioned; and accordingly are alowed of by the Court"
"An Inventory of the estate of Samuall Packer of the Towne of Bridgwater Deceased the seaventh of November 1684 "No real estate is mentioned and the total is £133, 6s., 6d. "A true and faire apprisall .... taken by us the eleventh of Novem: 1684 as witnesseth our hands Marke Laythorpe John ffeild" "Samuell Packer Junior made oath to this Inventory before the Court held att Plymouth" on 5 March, 1684/5.He had an estate probated on 29 Nov 1684 in Plymouth Colony, MA.
Samuel (1) PACKARD(2346) was born about 1612 in Windham, England.(2347) History of North Bridgewater, PlymouthCounty, Massachusetts, From Its First Settlement To The Present Time With Family Registers. By Bradford Kingman. Published by the author, Boston, 1866
"Samuel Packard, wife and child, came from Windham, near Hingham, England, in the ship""Diligence," of Ipswich, John Martin, master. There were 133 passengers. He first settled in Hingham, Mass, in1638; from thence he removed to West Bridgewater. He was a constable and tavern-keeper. All of this name who have gone from the Bridgewaters were probably descendants of his, and, in fact, nearly
all of the name in this country can be traced to that place. There have been a variety of ways in which the name has been written; namely, Pecker, Packer, Peckard, Peckerd; but the usual and propername is Packard."
The above is basically reflected as the same in Mitchell's History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater, Baltimore 1970, Gateway Press.
He emigrated in 1638 from Hingham MA.(103) (2348) (2349) He died on 11 Jul 1684 in Bridgewater, Plymouth Co, MA. (2350)
Records show Samuel owned a grant of land in 1638 at Hingham. He removed with his wife, Elizabeth, about 1660 from Hingham to Bridgewater, Mass. with their twelve children, Elizabeth, Samuel Jr., Zaccheus, Thomas, John, Nathaniel, Mary, Hannah, Israel, Jael, Deborah, and Deliverance.
That he first lived in Hingham and lastly in Bridgewater is generally recognized, but most accounts have him moving directly from the former to the later. However, he moved from Hingham to Weymouth, where he was a Selectman from 1654 to 1664 and at least two of his children were born. He was still in Hingham in 1652 when his daughter, Deliverance, was baptized, but must have moved soon thereafter.
Samuel was not an original proprietor of Bridgewater, who were all from Duxbury, but he purchased land from them before August 1662, when he was appointed to a group to lay out highways. He was an active member of the town, being Collector of Minister's Rates in 1670, Surveyor of Highways in 1672, and Constable again in 1674. He was licensed to keep an "ordinary" (tavern) in 1671. He died there 7 November 1684, and his will, dated 29 October 1684
In 1667 he served on the committee to lay out streets at Bridgewater. He was made constable in 1664, and licensed to operate a Tavern--Hotel in 1670.
In 1682 he with four sons was named amoung 80 Proprietors of Bridgewater. Bridgewater was taken from Duxbury and deeded to Miles Standish, Constant Southworth and Samuel Nash in 1649.
All of Samuel's sons are said to have served as soilders in the Indian Wars of 1675 and 1676. There is a discrepancy in the records for Samuel's death date. Some show it to be 7 April 1684, however his last 'Will' was dated 29 October 1684. Others list his death date as 7 November 1684. Elizabeth remarried after Samuel's death, to John Washburn, 1685/6.
1. Mass. 13 2. Mass. 20 3. Savage p. 327 4. N.E. Reg. Vol. 59 p. 107 5. Mass. B 28, p. 253 6. Hist. of Bridgewater, MA 7. Mass. B 28, p. 253 8. F, F, H., #126? 9. Submitted by Dorothy Hadlock 80 North Main, Salt Lake City, UT.
This info from Leo Leland Watson 1/2002
Title: Genealogy of Samuel Kingman of Bridgewater Mass and of Abel Packard of Cummington, Mass.
Author: Rev. Theophilus Packard of Manteno, ILL
Publication: New York, G.W. Whet & Co., Printers & Spruce Street, 1871
Note: Newberry Library, Chicago, IL
Call Number: oCS 71 .P12 1871
Page: page 5
Text: "Samuel Packard and his wife and one child came from Windham, near Hingham, Corfolk County, England, to Hingham, in Plymouth colony, in 1638. He removed thence to Bridgewater about 1660. His sons, and probably he himself, were solders under Capt. Benjamin Church, in the Indian War with the famous King Philip, in 1675 and 1676. He had six sons and six daughters, vizs.: Elizazbeth, Samuel Jr., Zaqccheus, Thomas, John, Nathaniel, Mary, Hannah, Isreal, Jael, Deborah, and Deliverance. All his children had families. He was appointed to office in Bridgewater in 1664, was licensed to keep an Ordinary in 1670, his will was dated 1684, and it is supposed he died not long afterwards. His age was probably between seventy and eighty years."
Title: Brigadier Joseph John Packard of London, England
Publication: In Descendants of Samuel Packard Book
Title: Descendants of Samuel Packard
Author: Charles Packard Wight of North Auburn, Maine
Title: Descendants of Samuel Packard
Author: Charles Packard Wight of North Auburn, Maine
Text: Date of Import: Nov 4, 2000
Title: My Packard & Hayden Ancestors
Author: Elizabeth Corson
Publication: published on line by Elizabeth Corson, downloaded Nov. 2000
Note: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/gri-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=epackhttp://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/gri-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=epack ard
Text: Date of Import: Nov 4, 2000
Title: Brigadier Joseph John Packard of London, England
Publication: In Descendants of Samuel Packard Book
Page: date of for baptism
Title: Descendants of Thomas Alger 1665-1875, written 1876
Note: ABBR Descendants of ThomasREFN 25DATE 3 OCT 1999
Posted by George Claxton on Packard GenForum 11/19/01
For those who are interested in the earlier history of Packards in Britain, I have just visited the village of Stonham Aspal, where Samuel Packard, progenitor of the line in America, was born. It is important to note for anyone who wants to visit the area that the Packard homestead, once Colemans Whitsun Green, is now called Red House Farm and is currently located in the village of Mickfield about a mile from Aspal center. The ancient church, where the villagers worshipped, still exists and can be found near the western entrance to the village. Nearby is the town hall and the remnants of a medieval moat that once protected the hall of the local lord Roger de Poictou (later the land was held by the de Aspall family beginning in 1301). Nearby in the small village are the remains of a Roman hypocaust and the the Roman road that has since become the A1120.
More About SAMUEL PACKARD:
Baptism: September 17, 1612, Stonham Aspal, Suffolk, England
Fact 1: See FTM Vol 32, #0833 for more info on children
Immigration: April 26, 1638, from Windham, near Hingham, England on ship "Diligence" of Ipswich or ship "Delight" of Ipswich - check further
Occupation: Constable, Selectman, Tavern Keeper
Probate: March 3, 1685
Residence: Aft. 1638, West Bridgewater, MA
Source:: Plymouth Colony Vital Records - MD 13:2
Spell. Var.: PECKER, PACKER, PECKARD, PECKERD
Will: October 29, 1684
Notes for ELIZABETH UNKNOWN:
Elizabeth Washburn to Indian Sam James (1694] (www.mayflowerfamlies.com)
This will concerns Elizabeth Packard wife of the immigrant, Samuel,who married Mayflower Descendant John Washburne late in life [Plym. Co. Deeds, 10: 1: 333] "Elizabeth Washburn Widow of the Town of Bridgewater" for £5 current money "paid unto me by an Indian known by the name of Sam James of sd Bridgewater" sold to him "All that my twenty acre Lot of Land being Situate within the Confines of
sd Bridgewater and at a Place called & known by the name of Setucket Pond and being about Fourty Poles in breadth and about eighty Poles in Length & on the Southern Side of said Pond It being the Sixth Lot from Pimkin Bridge of that Division of twenty acre Lots & lying between the Land of mr James Keith and the Land of Thomas Hayward Senr .... and I sd Elizabeth Washburn .... Covenant ., . . yt I at the time of making over & Passing away the sd Land .... Stood truly & lawfully Seized & Possessed with the Same .... by vertue of my first
Husband viz: Samuel Packard his Will"
The deed was dated 27 October, 1694, and signed by a mark, and was acknowledged the same day before Thomas Hayward, Justice of thePeace. It was witnessed by Samuel Packard, Thomas Washburn and Edward Fobes, and was recorded 22 October, 1713.
http://www.angelfire.com/ma4/oldcolony/genealogy/gentop.htmlhttp://www.angelfire.com/ma4/oldcolony/genealogy/gentop.html (the following statement was made by Dale Cook email@example.com.)
Elizabeth Stream. "Stream" is an unfounded (and completely undocumented) conjecture about her surname that was published years ago. This error has been perpetuated countless times in print and on the web.
This marriage is confirmed by a 27-Oct-1694 deed from Elizabeth [MD 15:251]. Note: There is no evidence to support the often repeated conjecture that her surname was "Stream." Elizabeth's surmane does not appear in any records and Stream was not a usual surname in East Anglia.
Children of SAMUEL PACKARD and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN are:
i. MARY4 PACKARD5,6, b. 1637, Wymondham, Suffolk, England; d. June 7, 1697, Weymouth, Suffolk, MA; m. RICHARD PHILLIPS7; b. Abt. 1635; d. October 17, 1695, Weymouth, Plymouth Co., MA.
Notes for MARY PACKARD:
Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA 1. Named in her father's will as Mary
Phillips, the wife of Richard Phillips; received 1/6th share of the money or chattles that might be left
after the death of their mother.
Mary married Richard Phillips, son of Nicholas Phillips and Elizabeth Jewson. (Richard Phillips was born about 1635 3 and died on 17 Oct 1695 in Weymouth, Plymouth Co., MA )
Children of Richard Phillips and Mary Packard born in Weymouth, Plymouth Co., MA
1. Mary Phillips b. May 21, 1660
2. Mary Phillips b. May 24, 1661 ( second child with that name)
3. Joshua Phillips b. May 10, 1662
4. Nicholas Phillips b. March 30, 1664
5. Samuel Phillips b. May 7, 1670
The Source of this information is: Cyrus Orcutt, Transcriber, Early Records of Weymouth, (New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol 3, January 1849, p. 71.
ii. ELIZABETH PACKARD8, b. 1639.
iii. SAMUEL PACKARD8, b. 1641.
Notes for SAMUEL PACKARD:
Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 29 Oct 1684; Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA 1. "unto Samuell Packer
my eldest son" 64 acres of land in Bridgewater "which his Dwelling house Now stands upon .... buting upon West meadow brook on the east side of the said brooke and Runing east & west"; also 25 acres of land in Bridgewater "which is not yett Layed out"; also "one Lott of Meddow" in Bridgewater "in the West
meadow on the south east syde of .... the west meadow Brooke"; also "one Lott of Meddow" in
Bridgewater "in the Great Meddow on the North east side of the pond Joyning to the pond"
iv. NATHANIEL PACKARD8,9, b. 1642; m. LYDIA SMITH, Abt. 1682.
Notes for NATHANIEL PACKARD:
Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 29 Oct 1684; Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA 1. "unto my son Nathaniel
Packer .... two third prtes of my aforsaid farm lying in Bridgwater which I Now Dwell upon Containing" 36 acres of land more or less "That is to say of all the houses Lands and Meddowes belonging to the said farme, to enter upon it emediately after the Decease of my said wife;"
More About NATHANIEL PACKARD:
Deed of Land: June 17, 1703, Taunton, North Purchase from estate of John Smith, father of Lydia10
Probate: June 6, 1722, Plymouth, MA
Will: April 24, 1720
v. HANNAH PACKARD11, b. 1643; m. THOMAS RANDALL.
Notes for HANNAH PACKARD:
Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 29 Oct 1684; Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA 1. Listed in her father's will as Hannah Randall, the wife of Tho: Randall; received 1/6th share of the money or chattles that might be left after the death of their mother.
More About HANNAH PACKARD:
Fact 1: FTM Vol. 32, #0833 shows a number of marriages, some listed twice. Further research needed.
vi. ISRAEL PACKARD11, b. 1645.
vii. JAEL PACKARD12,13, b. 1647; m. JOHN SMITH, 1672; b. July 23, 1644, Hingham, Norfolk Co., MA; d. 1692, Taunton, MA.
Notes for JAEL PACKARD:
Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 29 Oct 1684; Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA 1. Listed in her father's
will as Jaell Smith, the wife of John Smith. " alsoe my will is That as Concerning my Daghter Jaell
Smith the wife of John Smith that the prte of the Mony and Chattles above Named that shalbe Due to
my said Daughter Jaell after the Decease of my said wife Elizabeth Packer shall not be Delivered to
the said John Smith; but shalbe Desposed of to my said Daughter Jaell for her Comfort by the
executors of my said Will.
viii. JANE PACKARD13, b. 1650.
ix. ZACHEUS PACKARD13, b. April 20, 1651; m. SARAH HOWARD.
Notes for ZACHEUS PACKARD:
Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 29 Oct 1684; Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA 1. "unto my son Zacheus
Packer .... the house wherin hee my said son Zacheus Packer Dwelleth in with the Land the run to
belonging which is" 24 acres lying in Bridgewater; also "my Lott of Meddow" in Bridgewater "in the west
meddow on the Norwest syde of the brooke"; also "a Lott of" 50 acres in Bridgewater "by the Bay. Path
bounded on the south side by Marke Laythorpes Land"; also "one Lott of Meddow" in Bridgewater "in the
Great meadow on the southeast side of the River"
Children of Zacheus Packard and Sarah Howard
1. Israel Packard b. April 27, 1680
2. Sarah Packard b. August 19, 1682
3. Jonathan Packard b. December 7, 1684
4. David Packard b. February 11, 1687
5. Solomon Packard b. March 20, 1689
6. James Packard b. June 2, 1691
7. Zacheus Packard b. September 4, 1693
8. John Packard b. October 8, 1695
9. Abiel Packard b. April 29, 1699
x. ABIGAIL PACKARD13, b. 1652.
xi. DELIVERANCE PACKARD13, b. July 11, 1653, Hingham, England; d. Bef. 1708; m. THOMAS WASHBURN14,15, Bef. October 29, 1684, Bridgewater, MA16; b. 1647, Plymouth, MA; d. Bet. March 1729 - December 4, 1732, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA17.
Notes for DELIVERANCE PACKARD:
Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 29 Oct 1684; Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA 1. Listed in her father's will as Deliverance Washburn, the wife of Thomas Washburn; received 1/6th share of the money or chattles that might be left after the death of their mother.
More About DELIVERANCE PACKARD:
Baptism: July 11, 1653, Hingham, England18
Notes for THOMAS WASHBURN:
From Through the Looking Glass, Mayflower.com
Thomas Washburn Will
[MD: From the original will on file]In March,* 1729/30, "Thomas Washburn of Bridwater .... being far advanced in years" made his will. Bequests were as follows.
To "Wife Abigail Washburn all those goods she brought with her and all that she has gotten since, and two Cows, half the sheep, and all ye swine, and ye Iron Ketle; and the Improvement of my dwelling house & Barn & the hors ye one half of ye Cow-pasture above ye way, and of all my land below the way, and liberty to cut firewood on any of my land during her naturall lif as also my Bed and furniture I give her during life. and further I do Appoint my sd Wife together with my Cousin John Washburn of sd
Bridgwater to be the Executors of this my last Will"
To "my Eldest son Nathaniel Washburn Twelve pence, having given him his portionformerly"
To "my second son, Thomas Washburn Twelve pence having given him his portion formerly"
To "my youngest Son Timothy Washburn Twelve pence having given him his portionformerly"
To "my Eldest Daughter Elizabeth Conent widow Twelve pence having given her her Portionformerly"
To "my Daughter Hephsebah Hutchinson ye wife of John Hutchinson deceased, to her I giveTwelve pence She having had her Portion formerly"
To "my Daughter Patience's Children Twelve pence apeice their Mother having Received her
Portion before her death"
To "my Daughter Deliverance Jennings Twelve pence She having had her Portion formerly"
"if any thing of my moveable Estate Remain after ye before mentioned Legecies funerallCharges & all
other Just debts be fully answered & paid, that it be Equally divided amongst my Daughters"
The witnesses were William Orcut, who signed by a mark, John Washburn, Jr., andNathaniel Washburn, Jr. On 4 December, 1732, the will was probated, all three witnesses being present, and a letter of administration was issued to "Abigail Washburn Relict Widow of the sd Deceasd & to John Washburn Cousin to ye Deceasd Executrs in ye Same Will named" [The will was also recorded, 6: 246]
[From the original inventory on file] On 8 December, 1732, Joseph Edson, John Kingman and David Johnson took an inventory at Bridgewater, of the personal estate of "mr. Thomas Washburn late of Bridgwater" The three appraisers made oath to the inventory on 9 December, 1732; and Abigail Washburn and John Washburn, the executors, made oath to it on 13 December, 1732. [The inventory
was also recorded, 6: 261]
[7: 376] On 16 March, 1737, an account was presented by one of the executors, and approved, but the name of the executor was omitted in recording. The entries "He died indebted to me for Eight Days Work" £1, 4s., and "Paid to his Widow" £3, 3s., 6d., show that John Washburn presented the account.
Payments had been made to "Doctr Ames" and Thomas Hayford.
A Genealogical Dictionary ofThe First
Settlers of New England,
Warren - Waterhouse
By James Savage
THOMAS, Bridgewater, br. of the preced. had two ws. Deliverance, d. of Samuel Packard,
and Abigail, d. of Jacob Leonard. Mitchhell arranges these ws. in differ. order from me, but his
informat. was not exact, and even for the ch. he had no more happy source for gather. their
names, Nathaniel, Thomas, Timothy, Hepzibah, Patience, Deliverance, and Elizabeth than the
will of their f. 1729. WILLIAM, Stratford, rem. prob. with s. John to Hempstead, L. I. Farmer
notes, that in 1834, two had ben gr. of this name at Harv. two at Yale, and twelve at other N. E.
More About THOMAS WASHBURN:
Probate: December 4, 1732
xii. THOMAS PACKARD19, b. 1654.
xiii. JOHN PACKARD19, b. July 20, 1655, Weymouth, Plymouth, MA; d. March 16, 1741, Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA; m. JUDITH WINSLOW, April 12, 1688, Tauton, Bristol, MA20; b. 1652; d. June 19, 1741, Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA.
Notes for JOHN PACKARD:
From Father's Will
Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 29 Oct 1684; Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA 1. "unto my son JohnPacker" 70 acres in Bridgewater "on the Eastward side of the River; alsoe .... one lott of Meddow in"Meddow Called Poor Meddow Lying in the said Bridgwater, alsoe .... all my lott of Land att Teticut;"
More About JUDITH WINSLOW:
Burial: Old Cemetery, Bridgewater, MA
xiv. DEBORAH PACKARD21, b. 1658, Hingham, Plymouth, MA; d. Aft. 1725, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co.,MA; m. SGT. SAMUEL WASHBURN22,23, Abt. 1677, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA24; b. 1652, Duxbury, Plymouth Colony; d. March 24, 1721, Bridgewater, MA, Bay Colony.
Notes for DEBORAH PACKARD:
Mention in Will, Inv. or Prob.; 29 Oct 1684; Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., MA 1. Listed in her father'swill as Daborah Washburn the wife of Samuel Washburn; received 1/6th share of the money or chattles that might be left after the death of their mother.
Notes for SGT. SAMUEL WASHBURN:
The Tombstone reads, as best as I could decipher:
Here lies the body of Samuel Washburn who departed this life March the 26th _____?_______ 1720 in the year of his age 69. (I think this is what it says after enlarging it in order to read it)
Source: Genealogical Notes of the Washburn Family
Author: Julia Chase Washburn
Call Number: R929.2 W315w
Genealogical notes of the Washburn Family with a brief sketch of the family in England.
Bibliographic Information: Washburn, Julia Chase. Genealogical Notes of the Washburn Family.
Lewiston, ME: Press of Journal Company, 1898.
Genealogical Notes of the Washburn Family
THIRD GENERATION OF WASHBURNS IN AMERICA.
3. SAMUEL, son of John,2 was called "Sergeant Washburn." He was born at Duxbury, Mass., 1651.
He married Deborah Packard. Her father, Samuel Packard, came from Windham near Hingham, England, on the ship "Delight of Ipswitch," and settled at Hingham, Mass., 1638. He afterward lived at West Bridgewater, Mass.
Children of Samuel and Deborah Washburn:
I. SAMUEL4 born 1678; married Abigail (???).
II. NOAH4, born 1682; married Elizabeth Shaw, 1710.
III. ISRAEL4, born 1684; married Waitstill Sumner, 1708.
IV. NEHEMIAH4, born 1686; married Jane Howard, 1713.
V. BENJAMIN4, born (???); married Joanna (or Susanna)
VI. HANNAH4, born (???); married John Keith, 1711.
Samuel3 died at Bridgewater, Mass., 1720, aged 69. He was the ancestor of the Maine family of Washburns. The next seven in the line bore the name of Israel Washburn. To the last two was added the name of Henry--making the name Israel Henry Washburn.
More About SGT. SAMUEL WASHBURN:
Burial: Old Cemetery in Bridgewater, MA
Fact 1: was called "Sargent Washburn"
Fact 2: was the ancestor of the Maine Family of Washburns
Probate: April 4, 1720
Will: March 13, 1720
2.Genealogy of Samuel Kingman of Bridgewater, MA and of Abel Packard of Cummington, MA, Author: Rev. Theophilus Packard of Manteno, ILLPublication: New York, G.W. Whet & Co., Printers & Spruce Street, 1871Newberry Library, Chicago, IL.
3.Charles Edward Banks, The Planters of the Commonwealth., Planters: A Study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times: To Which are Added Lists of Passengers to Boston and to the Bay Colony; the Ships Which Brought Them; Their English Homes; and the Places of Their Settlement in Massachusetts, 1620-1640 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1930; repr. Baltimore, many editions 1961-2001).
5.Pedigree Resource File (LDS), William M. Smith 13174 Aztec St., Sylmar, CA 91320.
6.George Walter Chamberlain, M.S. History of Weymouth, Genealogies ofWeymouth Families, Vol. III & IV, Weymouth Historical Society, H.H> Joy. Pres. 1923,.
7.Pedigree Resource File (LDS), William M. Smith 13174 Aztec St., Sylmar, CA 91320.
8.Vital Records for Plymouth Colony, (Search & Research), citing the Vital Records of Bridgewater, MA.
9.Cooke & Early New England.
10.Taunton Reg. Deeds - Chaffin, History of Easton., pp 73-74.
11.Vital Records for Plymouth Colony, (Search & Research), citing the Vital Records of Bridgewater, MA.
12.Mayflower, MA & New England Families - www.Mayflowerfamilies.com.
13.Vital Records for Plymouth Colony, (Search & Research), citing the Vital Records of Bridgewater, MA.
14.Robert S. Wakefield and Ralph Van Wood Jr., Mayflower Families in Progress, (published 1987, 9..
15.The Washburn Family in America by Brenton Washburne.
16.Genealogical Dictionary of New England V.4.
17.Robert S. Wakefield, Ralph Van Wood, Jr., et. al., comp., Francis Cooke of the Mayflower and His Descendants for Four Generations, 2nd ed. (Plymouth:.
18.C. Edward Egan, Jr., "The Hobart Journal," in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 121 :3-25, 102-127, 191-216, 269-294..
19.Vital Records for Plymouth Colony, (Search & Research), citing the Vital Records of Bridgewater, MA.
20.Marriages from Taunton, Bristol Co., MA.
21.Vital Records for Plymouth Colony, (Search & Research), citing the Vital Records of Bridgewater, MA.
22.Genealogical Notes of the Washburn Family, by Julia Chase Washburn, Author: Julia Chase WashburnCall Number: R929.2 W315wGenealogical notes of the Washburn Family with a brief sketch of the family in England.Bibliographic Information: Washburn, Julia Chase. Genealogical Notes of the Washburn Family. Lewiston, ME: Press of Journal Company, 1898.
23.Gary Boyd Roberts "Notable Kin ".
24.Washburn Family Foundations, 62.