Person:Joseph Gleason (3)

m. 31 Jul 1634
  1. Susanna Gleason1635 - 1693
  2. Thomas Gleason1637/38 - 1705
  3. Joseph Gleason1640 - 1715
  4. Frances Gleason1643 - 1644
  5. Sarah GleasonAft 1643 - 1703
  6. John Gleason1647 - 1689
  7. Philip Gleason1649 - 1690
  8. Isaac Gleason1654 - 1698
  9. William Gleason1655 - 1690/91
  10. Mary Gleason1657 - 1711
  11. Ann Gleason1659 - 1741
m. Abt 1667
  1. Joseph Gleason1668 - 1669
  2. Joseph Gleason1671 - 1711
  3. Martha GleasonAbt 1673 - 1685
  4. Susanna Gleason1675/76 - 1756
  5. Joyce Gleason1678 - 1724
  6. Abigail Gleason1680 - Bef 1739
  7. Mary Gleason1682 - 1752
  8. Isaac Gleason1683/84 - Abt 1758
m. 22 Dec 1686
Facts and Events
Name Joseph Gleason
Gender Male
Christening[1] 19 Nov 1640 Cockfield, Suffolk, England
Marriage Abt 1667 Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USAto Martha Russell
Marriage 22 Dec 1686 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Abigail Garfield
Death[2][3][4] 20 Nov 1715 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
  1. Claassen, Judith Gleason. The Origin of Thomas Gleason of Watertown and Cambridge, Massachusetts. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historical & Genealogical Society, Jan 2014)

    Joseph the son of Thomas Gleson and Susan his wife, [baptized] 19 November 1640
    [quoting parish registers of Saint Peter's Church in Cockfield, Suffolk, England]

  2. Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Sudbury, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1903)

    Gleazon, Joseph, Sergt., [died] Nov. 20, 1715.

  3. Wilson, Lillian May. Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas Gleason of Watertown, Mass., 1607-1909. (Haverhill, Mass.: John Barber White, 1909)
    p. 24.

    Joseph Gleason, s/o Thomas, b. Watertown 1642 [sic, contradicted by baptism cited, which additionally shows family was still in England in 1642] d. Sudbury 20 Nov 1715, m. (1) Cambridge 1667 Martha Russell, m. (2) 22 Dec 1688 [sic, 1686 per records] Abigail Garfield.
    [Note: Abigail Garfield is listed as d/o Joseph Garfield and Sarah Gale, but given birth 29 Jun 1646, when the d/o Edward Garfield and Rebecca was born according to records, clearly reflecting that the author is confused by the controversy over who Joseph married (see discussion here.)]

  4. Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Middlesex County, MA: Probate File Papers, 1648-1871. (American Ancestors, 2014)
    Case 9206: Joseph Glison 1715.

    13 Dec 1715: Inventory of Joseph Gleazon se'r Lat of Sudbury decesed: £246-12-0, by John [Rice?], Thomas French, John Lokers.
    27 Dec 1715: Bond of Isaac Gleson of Sudbury as administrator of his late father Joseph Gleson of Sudbury dec'd intestate.
    18 Jan 1716 [3rd year of George, so between 1 Aug 1716 and 1 Aug 1717, i.e., 1716/17]: Agreement of heirs between Isaac Gleason only surviving son, Jacob Newell of Attleborough and Joyce his Wife Daughter of ye said Joseph Glezen, Samuel Willis of Sudbury and Susanna his wife eldest daughter of ye s'd Joseph Glezen, Noah Morse of Sherbourne and Abigail his Wife ye third daughter, Samuel Biglo of Marlborough and Mary his Wife ye fourth & youngest daughter, whereas the estate of our Honoured ffather Joseph Glezen being incapable of division, and eldest son Joseph Glezen Dec'd had his portion advanced in his lifetime, and "our Aged Mother Mrs Abigail Glezen ye widow of our Dec'd father above Named is very Aged, & also A Criple Not able to shift for her selfe", and she has chosen to live with Isaac, "in ye House where her Dec'd Husband Left Her", for £60 paid by Isaac, Isaac to have the real estate and care for the widow, widow getting her thirds not only for life but to dispose of to her heirs.
    17 Jan 1716/17: Abigail Gleson, noting pending agreement, being "very aged & a Criple Not Able to bear to be Removed from place to place to my Daughters who Live Remote", desires to dwell with son Isaac and he to have the thirds generously allowed her as "recompenc".
    27 May 1717: Judge rules on objection of Hannah Gleason, widow of Joseph Jr and guardian of his children [named Elizabeth Jason and Phinehas in her power to attorney to William Jenison], that Joseph had in his lifetime, above his double portion so agreement allowed.