Facts and Events
Robert was admitted freeman of Portsmouth in 1665. In 1676, he was member of a committee to procure boats for defense of the colony. !Bacon & Allied Fam. by Murry & Gee, p.96; Amer. Pub. Anc. 21R 1:72; Babcock &
Allied Fam. by DeForest; Hazard Fam. of RI by Robinson; V.S. of RI by Arnold.
!MARRIAGE: New England Marriages: Prior to 1700 (C. A. Torrey) p. 361
- ↑ Said to have deeded land to son Robert on this date. [RIGR 14:214]
- -June 15, 1671 (at Newport) Robert Hassard and John Pinner both of Portsmouth, being appointed to attend this Court as jurrymen and they not attending that service are fined twenty shillings a peece. [RI General Court of Trials 1671-1704, by Jane Fletcher Fiske, 1998, p. 8]
-Oct. 23, 1672 Robert Hassard and George Brownell chosen Jurry-men by the Towne of Portsmouth and not attending that service are fined twenty shillings apeece. [RI General Court of Trials 1671-1704, by Jane Fletcher Fiske, 1998, p. 18]
-Jan. 14, 1693 deeded to son Stephen land at Point Judith.
-May 2, 1698 deeded to son Jeremiah land in Tiverton. [Austin]