||Seaborn (Wilson) Fiske migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).|
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SEABORN WILSON, b. probably in 1636, presumably at sea, d. Woburn, Mass. 12 Jan 1721, m. Cambridge, Mass., 6 Spt. 1655 (as his second wife) David Fiske, b. ca. 1623, d. between 23 June 1708 (will) and 14 Feb. 1710/1 (inventory). son of David and Sarah (Smith) Fiske.
Seaborn Fiske, of Lexington, Middlesex Co., Mass., for F8 in money sold to Alexander Lovell, cordwainer, and Thos. Lovell, currier, both of Ipswich, her undivided common right in Ipswich the "said right of land being left to me ye sd. Fiske by my Honored father, Theophilus Wilson, of Ipswich, deceased, for part of portion ye above granted premisses together with ye ways, uses," &c., making her marke March 3, 1717.
Seaborn Fiske, only surviving daughter and heir of Mr. Theophilus Wilson,late of Ipswich, deed., conveying to her kinsmen, Thomas and Alexander Lovell's,of Ipswich, &c., see above ack. before Jono. Tyng, of Middlex Co., July 3, 1719. She d. in Woburn Jan. 12, 1721. His will was dated June 23, 1708, and is proved Dec. 20, 171 1. It mentions his wife. Seaborn; son Nicholas Wyeth, his dau. being dead; children David, Elizabeth, Anna, and Abigail; cousin Samuel, son of Dea.Samuel Stone. Inventory Feb. 14, 1710, £405-17-6. Oct. 16, 1676, he his wife Seaborn sold to Samuel Page 149 acres of land in Watertown, granted to his father. Oct. 6, 1663, the court allowed him los. each for seven wolf's whelps heads.
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