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Armoiries de Cushing

Elijah CushingÂge : 64 ans16981762

Nom
Elijah Cushing
Prénom(s)
Elijah
Nom de famille
Cushing
Naissance 7 mars 1698 35 29
Décès du grand-père paternelJohn Cushing
31 mars 1708 (Âge 10 ans)
Décès de la mèreDeborah Loring
9 juin 1713 (Âge 15 ans)
Décès de la grand-mère maternelleHannah Jacob
20 octobre 1720 (Âge 22 ans)
MariageElizabeth BarstowAfficher cette famille
7 janvier 1725 (Âge 26 ans)
Naissance d’un fils
#1
Nathaniel Cushing
22 février 1730 (Âge 31 ans)
Décès du pèreJohn Cushing
19 janvier 1738 (Âge 39 ans)
Mariage d’un enfantNathaniel CushingLucy TurnerAfficher cette famille
24 septembre 1761 (Âge 63 ans)
Naissance d’un petit-fils
#1
Nathaniel Cushing
24 juin 1762 (Âge 64 ans)
Profession
Lieutenant Colonel

Décès 26 juin 1762 (Âge 64 ans)
Titre
Hon. Captain

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père
Armoiries de CushingJohn Cushing
Naissance : 28 avril 1662 35 20Hingham, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Décès : 19 janvier 1738Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
mère
Deborah Loring
Naissance : 15 mars 1668 43 29Hull, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Décès : 9 juin 1713Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Mariage : 20 mai 1688Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
10 ans
lui
Armoiries de CushingElijah Cushing
Naissance : 7 mars 1698 35 29Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Décès : 26 juin 1762Hanover, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Famille avec Elizabeth Barstow - Afficher cette famille
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Armoiries de CushingElijah Cushing
Naissance : 7 mars 1698 35 29Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Décès : 26 juin 1762Hanover, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
épouse
Elizabeth Barstow
Naissance : 23 août 1699 24 18Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Décès : 7 novembre 1782Hanson, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Mariage : 7 janvier 1725Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
5 ans
fils

Note
In 1728 Elijah settled in that part of Hanover since annexed to Pembroke, where he built a large substantial house, which was held by his descendants of the fourth generation. He is called \"Lieut.\" and \"Capt.\" on the Records of Hanover. He was a Deacon of the first Congregational Church in 1729; and for many years a Justice of the Peace; first Representative of the Town in 1737; and Selectman from 1728 to 1739. Justice of the Court of Common Pleas (Plymouth Co.) 1757 to 1762. He was one to whom much of the public business of the Town was confided, and he executed his trust with fidelity and success. Location of Early Residents Further up the stream and on the gore which was annexed to Pembroke, dwelt the Cushings, Lt Elijah and Lt Nehemiah descendants of John of Scituate, who came from Hingham in 1662, and who was the son of Matthew, born in England 1588. Both these men were useful in the town, the former serving as Moderator, Representative, the latter, Nehemiah, became a citizen of Pembroke before 1750 and also Elijah; and their descendants are principally in Hanson. Military: April 12, 1739. There were mustered in Hanover of Capt. Abel Keen\'s Company for the invasion of Canada, by Lt. Col. Elijah Cushing, Henry son of John Bray ae. 18; Lemuel, son of Joseph Bates, ae. 18 and Mark, son of Jeremiah Rodgers age 18. 1744, Oct 30. Capt Elijah Cushing was instructed to inform his Excellency concerning Dea. Thos. Josselynn\'s making way with the Town stock of gunpowder and Nov 5, Capt. Cushing was appointed to take care of the Town\'s powder and bullets. Gravestone \"Here Lies Buried Ye Body of Elijah Cushing Esq. who died june 26, 1762 aged 64 years and three months.\" Land Ownership Had 500 acres of land willed to him by his father John. Source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wrcushing&id=P513621650
Note
In 1728 Elijah settled in that part of Hanover since annexed to Pembroke, where he built a large substantial house, which was held by his descendants of the fourth generation. He is called \"Lieut.\" and \"Capt.\" on the Records of Hanover. He was a Deacon of the first Congregational Church in 1729; and for many years a Justice of the Peace; first Representative of the Town in 1737; and Selectman from 1728 to 1739. Justice of the Court of Common Pleas (Plymouth Co.) 1757 to 1762. He was one to whom much of the public business of the Town was confided, and he executed his trust with fidelity and success. Location of Early Residents Further up the stream and on the gore which was annexed to Pembroke, dwelt the Cushings, Lt Elijah and Lt Nehemiah descendants of John of Scituate, who came from Hingham in 1662, and who was the son of Matthew, born in England 1588. Both these men were useful in the town, the former serving as Moderator, Representative, the latter, Nehemiah, became a citizen of Pembroke before 1750 and also Elijah; and their descendants are principally in Hanson. Military: April 12, 1739. There were mustered in Hanover of Capt. Abel Keen\'s Company for the invasion of Canada, by Lt. Col. Elijah Cushing, Henry son of John Bray ae. 18; Lemuel, son of Joseph Bates, ae. 18 and Mark, son of Jeremiah Rodgers age 18. 1744, Oct 30. Capt Elijah Cushing was instructed to inform his Excellency concerning Dea. Thos. Josselynn\'s making way with the Town stock of gunpowder and Nov 5, Capt. Cushing was appointed to take care of the Town\'s powder and bullets. Gravestone \"Here Lies Buried Ye Body of Elijah Cushing Esq. who died june 26, 1762 aged 64 years and three months.\" Land Ownership Had 500 acres of land willed to him by his father John. Source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wrcushing&id=P513621650
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