Category: Massachusetts Bay Colonists

Categories: Massachusetts Bay Colony



Massachusetts Bay Colonists

The Massachusetts Bay Colony was an English settlement on the east coast of North America in the 17th century, in New England, situated around the present-day cities of Salem and Boston. The territory administered by the colony included much of present-day central New England, including portions of the U.S. states of Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. Territory claimed but never administered by the colonial government extended as far west as the Pacific Ocean. (1)


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  • Thomas Dewey Jr. abt 1726 Massachusetts Bay, British Colonial America
  • John Dodge Sr. before 25 Dec 1636 Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colony - 14 Jan 1722
  • William Dodge Jr. 19 Sep 1640 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colony - 24 Mar 1720

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  • Martha (Gould) Newmarch before 15 Jun 1623 Hemel Hempstead, County Hertford, England - abt 1698
  • Elijah Guild abt 10 Apr 1767 Leyden, Franklin County, Massachusetts Bay, British Colonial America - abt 5 Nov 1806
  • Oliver Guild abt 16 Jul 1773 Massachusetts Bay, British Colonial America - abt 23 May 1816
  • Samuel D. Guild 22 Jan 1763 Leyden, Franklin County, Massachusetts Bay, British Colonial America - 7 Feb 1844

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  • Thomas Nelson abt Jan 1601 Newland, Drax, Yorkshire, England - aft 6 Aug 1648
  • John Newmarch abt 1621 Hertfordshire, England - 7 Mar 1696
  • John Newmarch 29 Jun 1772 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts Bay - 25 Sep 1812
  • Ruth (Nims) Guild 7 Mar 1744 Wrentham, Suffolk, Massachusetts Bay - 14 Aug 1804

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  • Samuel Packard Jr. abt 1638 Hingham, Plymouth , Massachusetts Bay Colony or England - 25 Nov 1697

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