Abt 1628 - 1718 (90 years)
||Joanna Ward |
|Relationship||with Robert Alan Roy
||England [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
||Abt 1638 (Age 10)
||Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts [3, 4, 7]
|William Ward arrived in Boston, probably in the Spring, with his children: John, Joanna, Obadiah, Richard, and Deborah. |
||Abt 1659 (Age 31) [1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9]
|Lt. Abraham Williams, the son of William and Alice Williams. He was born in 1628 in England. He was a proprietor in 1642 in Watertown, Massachusetts. He became a freeman in 1652 in Watertown, Massachusetts. He was deeded land in August 1654 in Watertown, Massachusetts from John Callon. He was deeded land about 1662 in Newton Corners, Massachusetts. He was a tavern keeper. In 1925, William's Tavern still occupied the site. in Marlborough, Massachusetts. His home was designated a garrison house 1 October 1675 Marlborough, Massachusetts. He served between 1679 and 1681 as the Representative to the Massachusetts General Court from Marlborough. He left a will on 18 December 1711 in Marlborough, Massachusetts. In his will was the request that he and his wife should be provided "a decent and christian burial, without weeds or flourishes, for our fathers and mothers had none." He also added a conditional bequest to William Ripley, an apprentice, "concerning William Ripley, whom we have brought up from a child; his time is not long to stay on strict terms - then nine pounds will be due him - one he hath already had - let his due be paid out of the whole estate - if he will stay with Abraham and John for reasonable wages by the year, three or four years, then I give to him for his own forever, to settle on, twenty acres of land at Rock Patch with the meadow to it, next to my son[-in-law] Beaman's. If he like not that, he shall have twenty acres at the west end of Crane Hill and three acres of meadow at Cedar meadow, above the island next to Barnes; and if not that he must go." He died on Thursday 29 December 1712 in Marlborough, Massachusetts.|
1. Elizabeth Williams
2. John Williams (1665-____)
3. William Williams (____-1702)
4. Lydia Williams (1669-____)
5. John Williams (1675-1718)
||4 Apr 1659 (Age 31)
||Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts [4, 8]
|Abraham and Joanna deeded land to Roger Wellington for £100. |
||1663 (Age 35)
||Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
|Here he finally settled, on land near the southeasterly end of "Belcher's Pond." |
||8 Dec 1718
||Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts [1, 2, 4, 6, 9]
||4 Siblings |
|+||1. Deacon John Ward, b. 1626, England d. 8 Jul 1708, Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts (Age 82 years)|
▻ Hannah Jackson, m. 1650
| ||2. Joanna Ward, b. Abt 1628, England d. 8 Dec 1718, Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts (Age 90 years)|
| ||3. Obidiah Ward, b. Abt 1632, England d. 5 Jan 1718, Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts (Age 86 years)|
| ||4. Richard Ward, b. Abt 1635, England d. 31 Mar 1666 (Age 31 years)|
| ||5. Deborah Ward, b. Abt 1637, England d. 9 Aug 1697, Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts (Age 60 years)|
||29 Apr 2019 |
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