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John CushingÂge : 81 ans16271708

Nom
John Cushing
Prénom(s)
John
Nom de famille
Cushing
Naissance 21 janvier 1627 38 40
Décès de la grand-mère maternelleSarah Bond
2 novembre 1631 (Âge 4 ans)
Décès de la grand-mère paternelleSusan Hawes
26 avril 1641 (Âge 14 ans)
MariageSarah HawkeAfficher cette famille
20 janvier 1658 (Âge 30 ans)

Décès du pèreMatthew Cushing
30 septembre 1660 (Âge 33 ans)
Naissance d’un fils
#1
John Cushing
28 avril 1662 (Âge 35 ans)
Décès d’une épouseSarah Hawke
9 mars 1679 (Âge 52 ans)
Décès de la mèreNazareth Pitcher
6 janvier 1681 (Âge 53 ans)
Mariage d’un enfantJohn CushingDeborah LoringAfficher cette famille
20 mai 1688 (Âge 61 ans)
Naissance d’un petit-fils
#1
Elijah Cushing
7 mars 1698 (Âge 71 ans)
Décès 31 mars 1708 (Âge 81 ans)
Titre
Hon. Colonel

Famille avec les parents - Afficher cette famille
père
Armoiries de CushingMatthew Cushing
Naissance : 25 février 1588 25 24Hingham, Norfolk, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
Décès : 30 septembre 1660Hingham, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
mère
Nazareth Pitcher
Naissance : 30 octobre 1586 26 24Hingham, Norfolk, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
Décès : 6 janvier 1681Hingham, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Mariage : 5 août 1613Hingham, Norfolk, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
14 ans
lui
Armoiries de CushingJohn Cushing
Naissance : 21 janvier 1627 38 40Hingham, Norfolk, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
Décès : 31 mars 1708Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Famille avec Sarah Hawke - Afficher cette famille
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Armoiries de CushingJohn Cushing
Naissance : 21 janvier 1627 38 40Hingham, Norfolk, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
Décès : 31 mars 1708Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
épouse
Sarah Hawke
Naissance : 1 août 1641 31 27Hingham, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Décès : 9 mars 1679Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Mariage : 20 janvier 1658
4 ans
fils
Armoiries de CushingJohn Cushing
Naissance : 28 avril 1662 35 20Hingham, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Décès : 19 janvier 1738Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis

Note
Occupation: Farmer, exporter, ship owner, 1692 First Representative from Scituate, Mass. In 1638 John Cushing, aged eleven, came with his parents Matthew and Nazareth and four siblings to New England. John returned to England briefly in 1657-1658, visiting his uncle Peter Cushing in London, and buying clothes, a bed tick and a pair of steel yards there, as well as travelling to Norwich and Hingham in Norfolk, where he visited other relatives .... This trip may represent the beginnings of John Cushing\'s long career as a merchant, town official and justice of the peace. Also in 1657 he, together with Matthias Briggs, purchased for 120 pounds the Varsall Estate in Scituate of Capt. John Vassall, son of William Vassall, to whom it was laid out 1634, which consisted of 120 acres with house and barns. He did not move there, however, until about 1662. The land on which the farm was situated was always known as (Bell House Neck), a name given to the place in consequence of a bell that hung at the house there, for a century, to give an alarm to the neighboring country in case of the approach of Indians. In 1663 he was surveyor of highways and in 1667, receiver of excises. He was deputy to the colony in 1674, and was often reelected. In 1673, he was on the committee for dividing Scituate lands; and in 1676, was chosen to report to the Government a statement of all services of the soldiers of Scituate in the war with King Philip. Selectman from 1674 to 1686 inclusive, and County Magistrate (Plymouth Co.) 1685 to 1692. Assistant of the Old Colony Government of Plymouth Colony 1689 to 1691, and representative to the General Court at Boston in 1692 (the first year after the two colonies, Plymouth and Massachusetts, were united), and for several succeeding years to 1697, Member of the Council 1706 and 1707. He was also Colonel of the Plymouth Regiment. Source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wrcushing&id=P513621625
Note
John, youngest son of Matthew & Nazareth Cushing, was Representative in the General Assembly in 1690 & 1692. His son, & grandson were judges of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts and the grandson, Hon. William Cushing, Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States. He died Sep. 13, 1810. Daniel, the eldest son, married Lydia Gillman, june 19, 1645, and had 5 sons. Matthew, one of these, married Jael Jacobs, dec, 31 1684.
Note
Occupation: Farmer, exporter, ship owner, 1692 First Representative from Scituate, Mass. In 1638 John Cushing, aged eleven, came with his parents Matthew and Nazareth and four siblings to New England. John returned to England briefly in 1657-1658, visiting his uncle Peter Cushing in London, and buying clothes, a bed tick and a pair of steel yards there, as well as travelling to Norwich and Hingham in Norfolk, where he visited other relatives .... This trip may represent the beginnings of John Cushing\'s long career as a merchant, town official and justice of the peace. Also in 1657 he, together with Matthias Briggs, purchased for 120 pounds the Varsall Estate in Scituate of Capt. John Vassall, son of William Vassall, to whom it was laid out 1634, which consisted of 120 acres with house and barns. He did not move there, however, until about 1662. The land on which the farm was situated was always known as (Bell House Neck), a name given to the place in consequence of a bell that hung at the house there, for a century, to give an alarm to the neighboring country in case of the approach of Indians. In 1663 he was surveyor of highways and in 1667, receiver of excises. He was deputy to the colony in 1674, and was often reelected. In 1673, he was on the committee for dividing Scituate lands; and in 1676, was chosen to report to the Government a statement of all services of the soldiers of Scituate in the war with King Philip. Selectman from 1674 to 1686 inclusive, and County Magistrate (Plymouth Co.) 1685 to 1692. Assistant of the Old Colony Government of Plymouth Colony 1689 to 1691, and representative to the General Court at Boston in 1692 (the first year after the two colonies, Plymouth and Massachusetts, were united), and for several succeeding years to 1697, Member of the Council 1706 and 1707. He was also Colonel of the Plymouth Regiment. Source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wrcushing&id=P513621625
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Sarah probably died at the birth of Benjamin in 1679. Source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wrcushing&id=P513621626
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Note : John, youngest son of Matthew & Nazareth Cushing, was Representative in the General Assembly in 1690 & 1692. His son, & grandson were judges of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts and the grandson, Hon. William Cushing, Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States. He died Sep. 13, 1810. Daniel, the eldest son, married Lydia Gillman, june 19, 1645, and had 5 sons. Matthew, one of these, married Jael Jacobs, dec, 31 1684.
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