Person:John Williams (197)

Rev. John Williams
b.10 Dec 1664 Roxbury, MA
d.12 Jun 1729 Deerfield, MA
m. 2 Mar 1653
  1. Elizabeth Williams1654 - 1654
  2. Samuel Williams1655 - 1735
  3. Martha Williams1657 - 1661
  4. Elizabeth Williams1660 -
  5. Theoda Williams1662 - 1679
  6. Rev. John Williams1664 - 1729
  7. Ebenezer Williams1666 - 1746/47
  8. Deborah Williams1668 - 1749
  9. Martha Williams1671 - 1751
  10. Abigail Williams1674 - 1765
  11. Parke Williams1677 - 1757
  12. infant Williams1680 - 1680
  13. infant Williams1683 - 1683
  • HRev. John Williams1664 - 1729
  • WEunice Mather1664 - 1703/04
m. 21 JUL 1687
  1. Eleazer Williams1688 - 1742
  2. Samuel Williams1690 - 1713
  3. Esther Williams1691 - 1751/52
  4. Stephen Williams1693 - 1782
  5. Eliakim Williams1695 - 1696
  6. Eunice Williams1696 - 1785
  7. John Williams1698 - 1704
  8. Warham Williams1699 - 1751
  9. Jemima Williams1701 - 1701
  10. Jerusha Williams1704 - 1704
m. 16 SEP 1707
  1. Abigail Williams1708 - 1783
  2. John Williams1709 - 1714
  3. Eliakim Williams1711 -
  4. Elijah Williams1712 - 1771
  5. Sarah Williams1716 - 1736
Facts and Events
Name Rev. John Williams
Gender Male
Birth[1] 10 Dec 1664 Roxbury, MA
Marriage 21 JUL 1687 to Eunice Mather
Marriage 16 SEP 1707 to Abigail Allyn
Death[1] 12 Jun 1729 Deerfield, MA
Occupation? Minister


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John Williams (10 December 1664 – 12 June 1729) was a New England Puritan minister who became famous for The Redeemed Captive, his account of his captivity by the Mohawk after the Deerfield Massacre during Queen Anne's War. He was an uncle of the notable pastor and theologian Jonathan Edwards.
His first wife Eunice Mather was a niece of Rev Increase Mather and a cousin of Rev. Cotton Mather and was related to Rev. John Cotton.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 John Williams (Reverend), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).