Person:William Pepperell (3)

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Sir William Pepperell
m. Bef 1681
  1. Andrew Pepperell1681 -
  2. Mary Pepperell1685 -
  3. Margery Pepperell1689 -
  4. Joanna Pepperell1692 -
  5. Miriam Pepperell1694 -
  6. Sir William Pepperell1696 - 1759
  7. Dorothy Pepperell1698 -
  8. Jane Pepperell1701 - 1765
  • HSir William Pepperell1696 - 1759
  • WMary Hirst
m. 21 Feb 1722/23
  1. Elizabeth Pepperrell1723 - 1797
Facts and Events
Name Sir William Pepperell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 27 Jun 1696 Kittery, York, Maine, United States
Marriage 21 Feb 1722/23 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Mary Hirst
Death[2][3] 6 Jul 1759 Kittery, York, Maine, United States


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Sir William Pepperrell, 1st Baronet (27 June 1696 – 6 July 1759) was a merchant and soldier in Colonial Massachusetts. He is widely remembered for organizing, financing, and leading the 1745 expedition that captured the French garrison at Fortress Louisbourg during King George's War. During his day Pepperrell was called "the hero of Louisburg," a victory celebrated in the name of Louisburg Square in Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood.

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  1. Anderson, Joseph Crook, and Lois Ware Thurston. Vital records of Kittery, Maine : to the year 1892. (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, c1991), 13.

    M'r William Pepperrell Married to Margery daughter of M'r John Bray
    ...
    William their Son born June 27th 1696.

  2. Anderson, Joseph Crook, and Lois Ware Thurston. Vital records of Kittery, Maine : to the year 1892. (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, c1991), 66.

    Sir William Pepperrell, Baronet, & father of the above Children Departed this Life at his Seat in Kittery July 6th 1759 in Aged 63.

  3. Sargent, William M. (William Mitchell), and Maine) Maine Historical Society (Portland. Maine Wills, 1640-1760. (Portland, Me.: Brown Thurston, 1887), 845 [viewable at [1]].

    Will of "Sir William Pepperrell of Kittery ... Baronet", dated 11 Jan 1759, codicil dated the same day, probated 24 Jul 1759 (14 Jul 1759, Benjamin Greenleaf declined executorship)

    Mary my beloved Wife
    my Son in Law Nathaniel Sparhawk Esq'r
    my dear Daughter Elizabeth Sparhawks
    my Grandson Nathaniel Sparhawk jun'r
    my Grandson Samuel Hirst Sparhawk
    my Grandson Andrew Pepperrell Sparhawk
    my Grandson William Pepperrell Sparhawk
    my Grand Daughter who I call Mary Pepperrell Sparhawk
    my Sister Mary Prescot
    my Sister Margery Gunnison
    my Sister Miriam Tyler
    my Sister Dorothy Newmarch, her Husband Ioseph Newmarch Esq'r
    my Kinsmen Iohn & Andrew Philips
    my kinswoman Sarah Frost my Dec'd Brother's eldest Daughter
    the Children of my kinswoman Margery Wentworth Dec'd, their Father Capt'n William Wentworth
    my Kinswoman Iane Watkins, her Decd Husband Captn Andrew Watkins
    my Kinsman Capt'n William Frost, his Brother Andrew Pepperrell Frost & his Sister Sarah Blunt
    my Kinsman Ioel Whittemore Dec'd
    my Kinsman Wm Whittemore
    the Children of my Kinswoman Margery Gerrish Dec'd
    the Children of my Kinswoman Eliza Hale Dec'd
    my Kinsman Iohn Watkins
    my kinswoman Dorothy Pitman, her Husband Derry Pitman
    my kinswoman Ioanna Frost, her Dec'd Husband Charles Frost Esq'r
    my Kinsman Iohn Frost Esq'r
    Hannah Billings [no relationship specified]