||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
||1634 - 1726
||TRAVERS or TRAVIS - TREADWAY, TREDWAY or TREADAWAY
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and John 1634, from London, had Sarah, b. 1636, by wh. is uncert. but by
w. Bridget had James, 28 Apr. 1645. His wid. m. 30 Mar. 1659, Richard
Window of Gloucester; and Sarah m. 30 Aug. 1654, Nicholas Wallington,
or Wallingford. A d. Elizabeth I suppose m. Anthony Berry, for
she is call. d.-in-law of Richard Window, after his d. in 1665, when disputes
arose a. the est. of the wid. and childr. JAMES, Gloucester, s. of
the preced. m. 18 Apr. 1667, Mercy, d. of John Pierce, had Elizabeth b. 8
Feb. foll. rem. soon aft. and was of Brookfield 1672-5 RICHARD,
Boston, m. 22 Dec. 1657, Grace Clements, d. of Francis of Glastonbury
in Somersetsh. says the rec. ROBERT, is only heard of, as one of four
ferrymen betw. Boston, and Charlestown, freed from impress. in Philip's
war. SAMUEL, Boston, was a memb. of Mather's ch. 1670 or 1.
TREADWAY, TREDWAY or TREADAWAY, JONATHAN, Watertown,
eldest ch. of Nathaniel of the same, m. 1 Mar. 1666, at Medfield, Judith,
d. of John Thurston, had b. there, Lydia, 8 Sept. 1667; and b. at Sudbury,
where he liv. the resid. of his days, Nathaniel, 2 Dec. 1668, d. in
few days; Jonathan, 4 June 1670; James, 6 Oct. 1671; Hannah, 14
June 1680; Ephraim, 14 Nov. 1681; Huldah, 1 Nov. 1687; and Benjamin;
was insane from 1695, and d. 28 May 1710. His wid. d. 12
Oct. 1726, at Framingham. JOSIAH, Sudbury, m. Sufferance, d. of
Walter Haynes of the same, had three ds. at least bef. 1664, as their
uncle Thomas Noyes in his will of 20 May in that yr. gives to the two
eldest ds. JOSIAH, Watertown, youngest br. of Jonathan, a weaver, m.
9 Jan. 1674, Sarah, d. of Thomas Sweetman of Cambridge, had Josiah,
b. 28 Feb. 1675, d. under 9 yrs.; James, 17 Oct. 1676; Sarah, 18 Dec.
1679; Bethia, 2 Dec. 1681; Abigail, 24 Sept. 1683; Josiah, again, 16
Nov. 1686; Susanna, 6 Jan. 1689; and Tabitha, 15 Dec. 1690; was
freem. 1690. His w. d. 5 Mar. 1697, and he rem. to Charlestown, m. 3
Feb. foll. Dorothy, wid. of Samuel Cutler, d. of Abraham Bell, had Catharine,
bapt. 5 Dec. 1703; and he d. 15 Jan. 1733 in 81st yr. by gr.st.
NATHANIEL, Watertown, prob. br. of the first Josiah, a weaver, first
lv. at Sudbury, there m. Sufferance, d. of Edward Howe of Watertown,
had Jonathan, b. 11 Nov. 1640; Mary, 1 Aug. 1642; and James; rem.
to Watertown, where his f.-in-law gave him est. had Elizabeth 3 Aug. 1646;
Lydia; Josiah; and Deborah, 2 Aug. 1657; was oft. selectman betw.
1653 and 72. His w. d. 22 July 1682, and he made his will, 25 July
1687, in wh. all the ch. are refer. to, but as Mary was d. leav. d. Mary,
this ch. was provid. for; and d. Elizabeth�s childr. by first h. and he d. 20
July 1689. Mary m. first 12 Sept. 1665, John Fisher, prob. of Medfield,
as his sec. w. and next 21 July 1675, Timothy Hawkins, as his
third w. and d. in childbed 17 May 1677; Elizabeth m. 21 Oct. 1664,
Shadrach Hapgood of Sudbury, and next a Hayward; Lydia m. 2 Oct.
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