Elizabeth/4a Minot

F, #3531, (29 January 1696/97 - 12 November 1764)
Father*Dr. James/3 Minot1 b. 14 Sep 1653, d. 20 Sep 1735
Mother*Rebecca/3a Wheeler1 b. c 1666, d. 23 Sep 1734
Appears on charts:Descendants of Capt. Thomas/1a Brooks
Descendants of Mary/2a Brooks
Descendants of Rebecca/3a Wheeler
Descendants of Elizabeth/4a Minot
Last Edited:15 Aug 2017

Children with Capt. Daniel/4 Adams:

  • Capt. Daniel/5a Adams7 b. 15 Oct 1720, d. 10 Oct 1795
  • Elizabeth/5a Adams8 b. 1 Oct 1722, d. 5 Jun 1791
  • Joseph/5a Adams9 b. 5 Oct 1724, d. 28 Mar 1807
  • Rebecca/5a Adams10 b. 2 Sep 1727, d. 24 Dec 1811
  • Mary/5a Adams11 b. 18 May 1730, d. 30 Oct 1759
  • James/5a Adams12 b. 19 Mar 1731/32, d. 10 Mar 1803
  • Lydia/5a Adams13 b. 1 Sep 1735, d. 20 Mar 1804
  • Martha/5a Adams14 b. 13 Apr 1738, d. 9 Dec 1763
Courtesy Farber Gravestone Collection.
Elizabeth/4a Minot, born 29 Jan 1696/97 at Concord, Massachusetts1, there married, 23 Apr 1715, in a ceremony performed by her father, Capt. Daniel/4 Adams of Concord (later Lincoln), son of Joseph/3 Adams and Margaret Eames, with whom she had 8 children.2 She died at Lincoln 12 Nov 1764, a. 67.3 Her husband married (2), 1765, Hannah ____, and died at Concord 9 Feb 1780, a. 90.4 Elizabeth and Daniel are buried in Town Hill Cemetery, Lincoln.5,6

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S185] Concord, Massachusetts Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1635–1850, 43, Elizabeth Minott b.
  2. [S185] Concord BMD, 87, Daniel Addams/Elisabeth Minott m.
  3. [S188] Vital Records of Lincoln, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, 151, El[i]sabeth Adams d.
  4. [S188] Lincoln VR, 151, Capt. Daniel Adams d.
  5. [S1418] The Farber Gravestone Collection, Capt. Daniel Adams.
  6. [S148] Findagrave.com, memorials #37257557, #37257427.
  7. [S185] Concord BMD, 101, Daniel Adams b.
  8. [S185] Concord BMD, 107, Elisabeth Adams b.
  9. [S185] Concord BMD, 114, Joseph Adams b.
  10. [S185] Concord BMD, 118, Rebeckah Adams b.
  11. [S185] Concord BMD, 129, Mary Adams b.
  12. [S185] Concord BMD, 130, James Adams b.
  13. [S185] Concord BMD, 139, Lidia Adams b.
  14. [S185] Concord BMD, 147, Martha Adams b.

Martha/4a Minot

F, #3532, (circa 30 April 1699 - 18 January 1739)
Father*Dr. James/3 Minot1 b. 14 Sep 1653, d. 20 Sep 1735
Mother*Rebecca/3a Wheeler1 b. c 1666, d. 23 Sep 1734
Appears on charts:Descendants of Capt. Thomas/1a Brooks
Descendants of Mary/2a Brooks
Descendants of Rebecca/3a Wheeler
Descendants of Martha/4a Minot
Last Edited:15 Aug 2017

Children with Capt. James/3 Lane:

  • Martha/5a Lane5 b. 17 Mar 1721/22, d. say 1794
  • Rebecca/5a Lane6 b. 29 Oct 1723
  • Stephen/5a Lane7 b. say 1725, d. 4 Jul 1740
  • James/5a Lane8 b. 8 Mar 1725/26, d. 4 Jan 1799
  • Love/5a Lane9 b. 8 Jan 1728/29, d. 13 Aug 1735
  • Mercy/5a Lane10 b. 24 Dec 1730, d. 4 Mar 1736/37
  • David/5a Lane11 b. 17 Mar 1733, d. 29 Sep 1750
  • Susanna/5a Lane12 b. 18 Jan 1735/36, d. 24 Feb 1749/50
  • Samuel/5a Lane13 b. 11 Jul 1737, d. 26 Jun 1802
Martha/4a Minot was born "31 April" 1699 at Concord, Massachusetts.1 There she married, as his 1st wife, 30 Apr 1719, Capt. James/3 Lane of Billerica and Bedford, son of Col. John/2 Lane and Susanna Whipple, with whom she had 9 children.2 (Their siblings Col. James Minot and Martha Lane also married.) She died at Bedford 18 Jan 1739.3 James Lane married four times more, without further issue, and died at Bedford 11 Apr 1783, a. 86.4

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S185] Concord, Massachusetts Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1635–1850, 47, Marthah Minott.
  2. [S185] Concord BMD, 97, Mr James Lane/mrs Martha Minott m.
  3. [S106] NEHGS Register, Lemuel Shattuck, "The Minot Family" (1847), 1:174.
  4. [S304] Vital Records of Bedford, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, 127, Capt. James Lane d.
  5. [S300] Vital Records of Billerica, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, 123, Martha Lane b.
  6. [S300] Billerica VR, p. 123: Rebeckah Lane b.
  7. [S304] Bedford VR, 128, Stephen Lane d.
  8. [S300] Billerica VR, 123, James Lane b.
  9. [S304] Bedford VR, 35, Love Lane b.; 127, d.
  10. [S304] Bedford VR, 36, Marcy Lane b.; 127, Mary Lane d.
  11. [S304] Bedford VR, 34, David Lane b.
  12. [S304] Bedford VR, 37, Susanna Lane b.
  13. [S304] Bedford VR, 37, Samuel Lane b.

Love/4a Minot

F, #3533, (15 April 1702 - 25 October 1772)
Father*Dr. James/3 Minot1 b. 14 Sep 1653, d. 20 Sep 1735
Mother*Rebecca/3a Wheeler1 b. c 1666, d. 23 Sep 1734
Appears on charts:Descendants of Capt. Thomas/1a Brooks
Descendants of Mary/2a Brooks
Descendants of Rebecca/3a Wheeler
Descendants of Love/4a Minot
Last Edited:21 Feb 2016

Children with John/4 Adams:

  • John/5a Adams7 b. 11 Nov 1723, d. 17 Jan 1809
  • Love/5a Adams8 b. 23 Jun 1725, d. 3 Jan 1820
Love/4a Minot, a twin, was born 15 Apr 1702 at Concord, Massachusetts1, where she married (1), 13 Dec 1722, in a double marriage with her twin sister performed by their father, John/4 Adams, son of Joseph/3 Adams and Margaret Eames, with whom she had 2 children.2 He died at Concord 25 Oct 1725, a. 273, and she married (2) Edward/3 Flint, son of Col. John/2 Flint and Mary/2 Oakes, but had no further children.4,5,6 Edward Flint died at Lincoln 15 Nov 1754, a. 695, and she 25 Oct 1772, a. 70.4

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S185] Concord, Massachusetts Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1635–1850, 52, Love Minott b.
  2. [S185] Concord BMD, 106, John Adams/Love Minott m.
  3. [S185] Concord BMD, 110, John Adams d.
  4. [S188] Vital Records of Lincoln, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, 162, Mrs. Love Flint d.
  5. [S354] Raymond David Wheeler, The Wheeler Genealogy, 1:74.
  6. [S106] NEHGS Register, 14:58-60, "Flint Genealogy," at 59.
  7. [S185] Concord BMD, 108, John Adams b.
  8. [S185] Concord BMD, 115, Love Adams b.

Mercy/4a Minot

F, #3534, (15 April 1702 - 25 July 1793)
Father*Dr. James/3 Minot1 b. 14 Sep 1653, d. 20 Sep 1735
Mother*Rebecca/3a Wheeler1 b. c 1666, d. 23 Sep 1734
Appears on charts:Descendants of Capt. Thomas/1a Brooks
Descendants of Mary/2a Brooks
Descendants of Rebecca/3a Wheeler
Descendants of Mercy/4a Minot
Last Edited:23 Jul 2017

Children with Capt. Samuel/3 Dakin:

  • Joseph/5a Dakin4 b. 20 May 1725, d. 22 Aug 1727
  • Oliver/5a Dakin5 b. 30 Mar 1727
  • Dea. Samuel/5a Dakin6 b. 17 May 1731, d. 23 Jan 1807
  • Mercy/5a Dakin7 b. 24 Apr 1733
  • Beulah/5a Dakin8 b. 22 Mar 1735, d. 1 Apr 1807
  • Dorothy/5a Dakin9 b. circa 1738, d. 13 Nov 1804
  • Mary/5a Dakin10 b. Aug 1741
  • Hannah/5a Dakin11 b. circa 1744, d. 28 Apr 1767
Mercy/4a Minot, a twin, was born 15 Apr 1702 at Concord, Massachusetts1, where she married, 13 Dec 1722, in a double marriage with her twin sister performed by their father, Capt. Samuel/3 Dakin of Concord, son of Dea. Joseph/2 Dakin and Dorothy/3 Worcester.2 Samuel was killed 20 Jul 1758, in battle with the French and Indians, at Halfway Brook near Lake George, New York, a. 57. Mercy died his widow at Concord 25 Jul 1793, a. 91.3

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S185] Concord, Massachusetts Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1635–1850, 53, Mercy Minott b.
  2. [S185] Concord BMD, 106, Samll Dakin/Mercy Minott m.
  3. [S185] Concord BMD, 421, widow [Mercy] Dakin d.
  4. [S185] Concord BMD, 113, Joseph Dakin b.; 111, d.
  5. [S185] Concord BMD, 118, Oliver Dakin b.
  6. [S189] Vital Records of Sudbury, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, 38, Sam[ue]ll Daken b.
  7. [S189] Sudbury VR, 40, Mercy Deaken b.
  8. [S341] Alfred S. Hudson, The History of Sudbury, 1638–1889 (1889), 40, Bulah Deaken b.
  9. [S2202] Albert H. Dakin, Thomas Dakin, 27, Dorothy (102.) Dakin.
  10. [S106] NEHGS Register, Lemuel Shattuck, "The Minot Family" (1847), 1:177.
  11. [S148] Findagrave.com, memorial #68806951.

Dea. Samuel/4a Minot

M, #3535, (25 March 1706 - 17 March 1766)
Father*Dr. James/3 Minot1 b. 14 Sep 1653, d. 20 Sep 1735
Mother*Rebecca/3a Wheeler1 b. c 1666, d. 23 Sep 1734
Appears on charts:Descendants of Capt. Thomas/1a Brooks
Descendants of Mary/2a Brooks
Descendants of Rebecca/3a Wheeler
Descendants of Capt. Samuel/4a Minot
Last Edited:19 Aug 2017

Children with Sarah/4 Prescott:

  • Samuel/5a Minot12 b. 23 Dec 1732
  • Capt. Jonas/5a Minot13 b. 25 Apr 1735, d. 20 Mar 1813
  • Thankful Sarah/5a Minot14 b. 4 Mar 1736/37, d. 23 Jun 1811

Children with Dorcas/4 Prescott:

  • Dorcas/5a Minot15 b. 24 Mar 1738/39, d. 17 Apr 1767
  • Capt./Dea. George/5a Minot16 b. 23 Oct 1741, d. 12 Apr 1808
  • Rebecca/5a Minot17 b. 14 Jan 1744, d. 1838
  • Daniel/5a Minot18 b. 29 Aug 1748, d. 20 Dec 1753
  • Mary/5a Minot19 b. 5 Oct 1755
Findagrave.com, memorial #20652307. Courtesy Glenda Wheeler, who notes, "Howie81 originally shared this to Frye-George Family on Ancestry.com."
Courtesy of Glenda Wheeler 20652307 "HOWIE581 originally shared this to Frye-George Family on Ancestry.com" 20652307
Dea. Samuel/4a Minot was born 25 Mar 1706 at Concord, Massachusetts1, where he married (1), 7 Mar 1731/32, Sarah/4 Prescott of Westford, daughter of Capt. Jonas/3 Prescott and Thankful/3 Wheeler,2 who died at Concord 22 Mar 1736/37, a. 24, 18 days after the birth of their 3rd child.3 He married (2), 1738 (int. 17 Apr, Acton), Dorcas/4 Prescott, a 2nd cousin of his 1st wife, daughter of Samuel/3 Prescott and Esther Wheeler. "She was not a sister of Sarah as put forth in Prescott, Minot, and the Register, 1:177," says R.D. Wheeler, "but her cousin, both being grandchildren of the first George Wheeler's son John."4,5,6
     Samuel Minot died at Concord 17 Mar 1766, a. 597, and his widow Dorcas 15 Jun 1803, a. 90.8 He is interred with his 1st wife Sarah in the Hill Burying Ground.9
     Says his epitaph, he was | virtuous and exemplary in his | Life and conversation, discovered | himself a friend to the cause and | interest of religion, was patient & | resigned under his ilness and | confinement, instructive in his | advise and counsel, & manifested | a steady hope in the mercy of | God thro a Redeemer.10

Local Notes:

Electedfrom 1747 to 1766, Concord, MASamuel Minot was selectman of Concord in 1747–49, 1756–1758, and 1762, and a deacon in the church11

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S185] Concord, Massachusetts Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1635–1850, 65, Samuel Minott b.
  2. [S185] Concord BMD, 124, Samuel Minott/Sarah Prescutt m.
  3. [S185] Concord BMD, 142, Mrs. Sarah Minott d.
  4. [S106] NEHGS Register, Lemuel Shattuck, "The Minot Family" (1847), 1:177.
  5. [S187] Vital Records of Acton, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850, 201, Samuel Minott/Dorcas Prescott, int.
  6. [S354] Raymond David Wheeler, The Wheeler Genealogy, 1:75.
  7. [S185] Concord BMD, 433, Deacon Samuel Minott d.
  8. [S185] Concord BMD, 325, Dorcas Minot d.
  9. [S148] Findagrave.com, memorials #20652307, #24123665.
  10. [S148] Findagrave.com, memorial #20652307.
  11. [S182] Lemuel Shattuck, History of the Town of Concord, 234, town officers.
  12. [S185] Concord BMD, 133, Samuel Minott b.
  13. [S185] Concord BMD, 138, Jonas Minott b.
  14. [S185] Concord BMD, 141, Thankfull Sarah Minott b.
  15. [S185] Concord BMD, 148, Dorcas Minott b.
  16. [S185] Concord BMD, p. 153: George Minott b.
  17. [S185] Concord BMD, 164, Rebekah Minott b.
  18. [S185] Concord BMD, 173, Daniel Minott b.; 433, d.
  19. [S185] Concord BMD, 194, Mary Minot b.

Thomas/2 Bateman

M, #3536, (1614 - 6 February 1669)
Father*Sgt. William/1 Bateman1,2 b. s 1580, d. 1658
Appears on charts:Descendants of Henry/1w Brooks
Descendants of Martha/2w Brooks
Last Edited:13 Aug 2017

Children with Martha/2w Brooks:

Thomas/2 Bateman, born at Toppesfield, Essex, 16143, presumably came to New England with his father and the rest of his family in the Winthrop Fleet, 1630.4 One of the earliest arrivals at Concord, Massachusetts, he was admitted a freeman 18 May 1642.5,6 There he settled, per an 1835 reference, "easterly of Humphrey Hunt's."7 He married (1), by 1645, Martha/2w Brooks, daughter of Henry/1 Brooks.8 He signed a town petition to the General Court for tax relief, 14 May 16459; signed the "Agreement made and agreed upon by the town and church of Concord concerning the college at Cambridge" for support of Harvard College, 22 Aug 165310; and in Jan 1654, witnessed the will of Robert Best of Sudbury.6 2 Jan 1654, he was allowed, with others, to buy additional land at a subsidy: That some particular persons shall have some inlargement, whoe are short in lands, paying 12d. per acre, as others have don, and 6d. per acre, if the towne consent thereto ….11
     Thomas Bateman, "now of Concord," received half of his father's estate in the latter's will dated 24 Mar 1656.12,6 Loving brethren Moses Wheate and Thomas Bateman (both brothers-in-law) were named overseers in the will of Thomas/1 Fox of Concord, 25 Jan 1657/58.13 Thomas Bateman also witnessed the will of Rev. Peter/1 Bulkeley at Concord, 26 Feb 1658.6 The 1666 tax list finds him "near R. French's," North Quarter, where his taxes were abated on 7 lots comprising 246 acres.14
     His wife Martha died at Concord 3 Aug 1665. There he married (2), 27 Jan 1668, Margery (Margaret) Knight15, and there he died 6 Feb 1669.16 His will, proved 16706, left an estate of £348 to his sons Thomas, Peter, John and "Ebenezer" [Eleazer], all born prior to 1659, says Shattuck.1
     Shattuck, following Farmer, says Thomas Bateman had a brother William who arrived with him at Concord early, then removed to Chelmsford, "where his descendants have since lived." However, no William, and few Batemans, are found in Chelmsford records. Ridge calls Thomas "the surviving son."7,6,17
     A jury inquisition at Charlestown, 18 Sep 1630, "Vpon vew of the dead Body of Willm Bateman," found that the deceased "dyed by Gods visitacon." Was this William a son of Sgt. William/1 Bateman, and thus Thomas/2's brother? If so, who was the Willm Bateman who gave evidence to the jury?18

Local Notes:

Appointed7 Mar 1654, Concord, MAOne of 9 signers of town division; appointed overseer, North District -- on the "7th of the 1st month, 1654" (Shattuck)11

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S182] Lemuel Shattuck, History of the Town of Concord, 363, Bateman genealogy.
  2. [S707] Averill Smith Pappalardo, citing Bradley Ridge: "Ruth Wheeler mistakenly considered William and Thomas brothers, rather than father and son (Ridge). William is called Sgt."
  3. [S717] Bradley R. Ridge, "The Bateman Connection," 150–51, Thomas 2: 1614.
  4. [S717] Ridge, "The Bateman Connection," 150, Thomas 2.
  5. [S222] Lucius R. Paige, "Massachusetts Freemen," 19, Thomas Bateman.
  6. [S717] Ridge, "The Bateman Connection," 150–51, Thomas 2.
  7. [S182] Shattuck, Hist. Concord, 363, Bateman family.
  8. [S717] Ridge, "The Bateman Connection," 151, Thomas 2: c1644.
  9. [S182] Shattuck, Hist. Concord, 16–18, 1645 petition.
  10. [S717] Ridge, "The Bateman Connection," 150, Thomas 2, citing Pope, 1915, iv, vii, viii.
  11. [S182] Shattuck, Hist. Concord, 33-35, history of town's division.
  12. [S36] James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary, 1:137.
  13. [S1192] William F. Fox, Thomas Fox of Concord, 12, 59-63, will of Thomas Fox.
  14. [S182] Shattuck, Hist. Concord, 37, 1666 tax list.
  15. [S185] Concord, Massachusetts Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1635–1850, 14, Thomas Batman/margret Knite m.
  16. [S185] Concord BMD, 14, Thomas batman d.
  17. [S1112] John Farmer, A Genealogical Register, 28.
  18. [S1590] Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, Records of the Massachusetts Bay, 1:78.
  19. [S185] Concord BMD, 5, Hannah Bateman b.
  20. [S185] Concord BMD, 5, Samuel Bateman b.
  21. [S210] Edward P. Johnson, Woburn Records, 4:9, William Batman, epitaph.
  22. [S717] Ridge, "The Bateman Connection," 156, Thomas 2, (7) John 3.
  23. [S185] Concord BMD, 9, Elizabeth Bateman b.
  24. [S318] Thomas Bellows Wyman, Charlestown Estates, 1:67, Eleazer (2.) Bateman.
"He was known as Sergeant Bateman, an office he held with honor about thirty years."2

Sgt. Thomas/3w Bateman

M, #3537, (say 1651 - 6 October 1727)
Father*Thomas/2 Bateman1,2 b. 1614, d. 6 Feb 1669
Mother*Martha/2w Brooks1,2 b. s 1626, d. 3 Aug 1665
Appears on charts:Descendants of Henry/1w Brooks
Descendants of Martha/2w Brooks
Descendants of Sgt. Thomas/3w Bateman
Last Edited:13 Aug 2017

Children with Abigail/2 Merriam:

Children with Ruth (–?–):

Sgt. Thomas/3w Bateman Jr., with 3 brothers, shared his father's estate of £348 after the latter's death in 1670.2 Of Concord, Massachusetts, there he married (1), 25 Apr 1672, Abigail/2 Merriam, daughter of George/1 Merriam and Susanna Raven, with whom he had 4 children.3 She died at Concord 14 Jul 16844, and he married (2), by 1687, Ruth (–?–).5 Thomas Bateman witnessed the will of Dea. Luke Potter, 11 Jun 1695, and a codicil 15 Sep following.6 His 2nd wife died at Concord 17 Oct 17157, and he married (3), 23 Apr 1716 at Billerica, Sarah Fassett.8 He died at Concord 6 Oct 1727.9,10

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S36] James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary, 1:137.
  2. [S182] Lemuel Shattuck, History of the Town of Concord, 363, Bateman genealogy.
  3. [S185] Concord, Massachusetts Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1635–1850, 16, Thomas Batman/Abigal meriam m.
  4. [S185] Concord BMD, 26, Abigail Bateman d.
  5. [S185] Concord BMD, 31, Pricilla Bateman b.
  6. [S1405] John Brooks Threlfall, Ancestry of my Children, 258, Luke Potter.
  7. [S185] Concord BMD, 87, Ruth Bateman d.
  8. [S300] Vital Records of Billerica, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, 222, Thomas Bateman/Sarah Fasset m.
  9. [S185] Concord BMD, 111, Thomas Bateman d.
  10. [S717] Bradley R. Ridge, "The Bateman Connection," 156, Thomas 2, (4) Thomas 3.
  11. [S185] Concord BMD, 17, Samewell Batman b.
  12. [S185] Concord BMD, 18, Thomas Bateman b.
  13. [S185] Concord BMD, 20, Abigail Bateman b.
  14. [S185] Concord BMD, 23, John Bateman b.
  15. [S185] Concord BMD, 34, Thomas Bateman b.

Peter/3w Bateman

M, #3538, (say 1653 - 13 February 1676)
Father*Thomas/2 Bateman1,2 b. 1614, d. 6 Feb 1669
Mother*Martha/2w Brooks1,2 b. s 1626, d. 3 Aug 1665
Appears on charts:Descendants of Henry/1w Brooks
Descendants of Martha/2w Brooks
Last Edited:1 Aug 2014
Peter/3w Bateman, after his father's death in 1670, shared with 3 brothers the estate of £348.2 He died at Woburn 13 Feb 1676.3

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S36] James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary, 1:137.
  2. [S182] Lemuel Shattuck, History of the Town of Concord, 363, Bateman genealogy.
  3. [S210] Edward P. Johnson, Woburn Records, 2:11, Peter Bateman d.

John/3w Bateman

M, #3539, (say 1655 - before 26 May 1726)
Father*Thomas/2 Bateman1,2,3 b. 1614, d. 6 Feb 1669
Mother*Martha/2w Brooks1,2,3 b. s 1626, d. 3 Aug 1665
Appears on charts:Descendants of Henry/1w Brooks
Descendants of Martha/2w Brooks
Descendants of John/3w Bateman
Custom index:Philip's War (1675-76)
Last Edited:19 Aug 2017

Children with Abigail/3 Richardson:

John/3w Bateman, after his father's death in 1670, shared the estate of £348 with 3 brothers.4 He enlisted from Woburn, Massachusetts to fight in Philip's War, "and after the war settled, married…, and reared a family in Woburn (Vide Sewall's History, 113)."2 He married, 30 Jun 1681 at Woburn, Abigail/3 Richardson of W., daughter of Theophilus/2 Richardson and Mary Champney.5 John later went to Cohansey, West Jersey, where he died before 26 May 1726.3

Local Notes:

Property2 Aug 1695, Woburn, MA1695. August 2. Henry Merrow of Woburn, tailor, in consideration of £115 'in money current silver of New England,' conveys to John Vinton of Malden, 'forgeman,' several parcels of Real Estate, viz., a Barn, and eleven acres of Land, part orchard, part arable, and part pasure, situated in said Woburn, and bounded S.E. by the king's highway leading to Reading. Also, three and one half acres of meadow land … Also, thirty acres of Land, with Mansion-House and Garden … Also, twenty acres of Woodland … Also, a "Right of Pines' … Also, one-eighth of a Saw-Mill, near said Mansion-House, and standing on land of John Bateman. Also, fifteen acres of Land, 'at a place called Bare [Bear] Hill in the township of Charlestown' … that is to say, in 'Charlestown End,' within the limits of the present town of Stoneham.6

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S36] James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary, 1:137.
  2. [S210] Edward P. Johnson, Woburn Records, 4:9, William Batman, epitaph.
  3. [S717] Bradley R. Ridge, "The Bateman Connection," 156, Thomas 2, (7) John 3.
  4. [S182] Lemuel Shattuck, History of the Town of Concord, 363, Bateman genealogy.
  5. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 3:20, John Bateman/Abigail Richardson m.
  6. [S2204] John Adams Vinton, Vinton Memorial, 15-16, John (2.) Vinton.
  7. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, Abigail Bateman b.
  8. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, John Bateman b.
  9. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, William Bateman b.; 2:11, d.
  10. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, William Bateman b.
  11. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, Peter Bateman b.
  12. [S717] Ridge, "The Bateman Connection," 150, Timothy 4.
5th great-grandfather of President Calvin Coolidge.3

Eleazer/3w Bateman

M, #3540, (1660 - 31 December 1751)
Father*Thomas/2 Bateman1,2 b. 1614, d. 6 Feb 1669
Mother*Martha/2w Brooks1,2 b. s 1626, d. 3 Aug 1665
Appears on charts:Descendants of Henry/1w Brooks
Descendants of Martha/2w Brooks
Descendants of Eleazer/3w Bateman
Last Edited:1 Jan 2016

Children with Elizabeth Wright:

  • Elizabeth/4w Bateman+11 b. 11 Jul 1688, d. after 3 May 1730
  • Dea. Eleazer/4w Bateman12 b. 12 Oct 1692, d. 13 Mar 1753
  • Mary/4w Bateman13 b. 16 Jun 1696
  • Joseph/4w Bateman14 b. 7 Sep 1699
  • Martha/4w Bateman15 b. 16 Feb 1702
  • Thomas/4w Bateman16 b. 20 May 1704, d. 28 Jan 1753
  • Ruth/4w Bateman17 b. 25 Jul 1707
Eleazer/3w Bateman ["Ebenezer," Farmer, Shattuck and Savage] was born in 1660 (Roberts) at Concord, Massachusetts, though no record survives.4,3 After his father's death in 1670, he and three brothers shared the estate of £348.5 He married, 2 Nov 1686 at Woburn, Elizabeth Wright, daughter of Dea. Joseph Wright and Elizabeth Hassell.6
     In Jul 1711 Eleazer Bateman was one of two men appointed to survey the land for the township of Killingly, Connecticut, afterwards removing there.7 19 Oct 1715, Eleazer Bateman and his son-in-law Stephen/2 Grover Jr. were among 11 incorporators of the Killingly church.7 A carpenter, he died at Killingly 31 Dec 1751.3,8
     "He became possessed of much land in Charlestown under grants to himself and his mother and also acquired by purchase great tracts of Killingly and Narragansett land, between the years 1685 and 1720. He settled in that part of Charlestown, which became Woburn and remained there until the movement to promote the town of Killingly, Connecticut."9

Local Notes:

Propertybetween 1692 and 1695, Charlestown, MAESTATE.—Tax abated Jan. 6, 1692 (per Selectmen's records). D.F., yeoman, sells E. Bateman, 15 acres, 1695, rec. 1724. To S. Green, 8½ acres in Malden, 1694, rec. 1699–1700.10
Propertysay 1712, Killingly, CTEleazer and Thomas Bateman were in a group of seven men from Massachusetts that "bought 2,400 acres for £312" in Windham County, CT.7
PropertyFor his Charlestown and Woburn lands, see Wyman, 1:672

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S36] James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary, 1:137.
  2. [S318] Thomas Bellows Wyman, Charlestown Estates, 1:67, Eleazer (2.) Bateman.
  3. [S524] Gary Boyd Roberts, Ancestry of American Presidents, 70-75, Calvin Coolidge.
  4. [S182] Lemuel Shattuck, History of the Town of Concord, 363, Bateman family.
  5. [S182] Shattuck, Hist. Concord, 363, Bateman genealogy.
  6. [S210] Edward P. Johnson, Woburn Records, 3:20, Eliezer Bateman/Elizabeth Wright m.
  7. [S1210] Kent De Geer, citing Larned, Hist. Windham Co. CT, page unrecorded.
  8. [S1461] Jacquelyn Ladd Ricker, The Ricker Compilation, Killingly VR, Dea. Eleazer Bateman d.
  9. [S1210] Kent De Geer, quoting MacKenzie, Col. Families of the U.S., 5:49.
  10. [S318] Wyman, Charlestown Estates, 1:372, David (2.) Fox.
  11. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, Elizabeth Bateman b.
  12. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, Eliezer Bateman b.
  13. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, Mary Bateman b.
  14. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, Joseph Bateman b.
  15. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, Martha Bateman b.
  16. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, Thomas Bateman b.
  17. [S210] Johnson, Woburn Records, 1:17, Ruth Bateman b.