Joseph Knight was born about 1624 in Romsey, Southampton, England.
"Joseph, sen., was originally of Watertown. He sold his house there, Dec. 10, 1649; and soon after, with his wife, Hanah, removed to Woburn. He was made freeman 1652 [or 1653], was taxed in Woburn, 1666; and was numbered among those who had right in the common lands of Woburn, 1668."
Marriage and Children
Married: Hannah Unknown, before 10 December 1649.  On this date, he sold his house in Watertown with Hannah his wife, and removed to Woburn.  She is sometimes said to be Hannah Lamb, or Hannah Russell - neither of these names are proven (see errors below).
(5) Elizabeth b. April 7, 1658, m. Thomas Kinne Sr., 23 May 1677, Concord, MA
(6) Mary b. June 6, 1660 died April 10, 1661
(7) Dinah b. July 4, 1661 m. John Morse of Watertown 1686
(8) Samuel (again) b. Mar 18, 1663
(9) Mary b. Dec 12, 1672; died March 1, 1673
(10) Joseph b. Dec 12, 1673
(11) Edward b. Aug 31, 1677
(12) Isaac b. Feb 24, 1679/80; died Mar 4, 1679/80
(13) James b. April 22, 1681 & died the next day.
Died: Joseph Knight, Sr. died 13 August 1687 in Woburn, Massachusetts.
"Knight, Joseph, Sen., s. of ----, Aug. 13, 1687."
His wife Hannah died 13 January 1694/5 in Woborn.
"Hannah, relict of Joseph Knight, se., died 13 Jan. 1694-5."
Common Errors to Avoid
Wife's LNAB: His wife Hannah is commonly found on the internet as possibly being Hannah Lamb, the daughter of Edward Lamb born 10 December 1633 in Watertown.  No evidence has been found to support this identification. Anderson, in his Great Migration profile of Edward Lamb, states that no further record has been found regarding Hannah Lamb besides her birth record.  It is not an impossibility that this is true, just apparently not proven and without evidence. It should be noted that the Watertown lands of Edward Lamb and John Knight were immediately adjacent to each other. 
Holman, in her Stevens Ancestry, calls her Hannah [Russell?].  The basis of calling her possibly Russell is not known.
Footnotes and citations:
↑NOTE: this is the date most often given as his marriage to Hannah Lamb.
↑ 2.02.12.2 Sewell. History of Woburn, p. 623-624.
Sewall, Samuel. The History of Woburn, Middlesex County, Mass., from the grant of its territory to Charlestown, in 1640, to the year 1860 (BVoston, 1868):623-624. Archive.org LINK
Watertown, Watertown Records: Comprising the first and second books of town proceedings with the lands grants and possessions, also the proprietors' book and the first book and supplement of births and deaths and marriages. (Watertown: Historical Society of Watertown, 1894):3. Archive.org LINK
Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, vol. 2 G - O, (Boston: NEHGS, 1995):1151. AmericanAncestors.org (paid) LINK