Ancestry of Priscilla Baker: Who Lived 1674-1731, and was Wife of Isaac Appleton, of Ipewich

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John Wilson & Son, 1870 - 142 pages
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Page 8 - The next year he and his brother were concerned in a very serious matter, which came before the General Court at Boston, from the records of which I quote at full length : — 7 May, 1662. The Court having considered the case of John Baker & Thomas Baker, represented to this Court by the records of the County Court at Ipsuich, together wth what the parties could say for themselves, in helping John Perly out of the prison there, who was sentenced to be whipt severely for his stealing of a mare, the...
Page 3 - April 8th 1637. The examinaction of John Baker borne in Norwich in Norffolcke, Grocar aged 39 yeres, and Elizabeth his wife aged 31 yeares with 3 children, Elizabeth, John and Thomas, and 4 sarvants, Marey Alxarson, aged 24 yeares, Anne Alxarson, aged 20 yeares, Bridgett Boulle aged 32 yeares and Samuell Arres aged 14 yeares ar all desiroues to goe for Charles Towne in New England there to inhabitt and remaine.
Page 66 - The alarm was without foundation. He was also appointed, with three others, to keep the county courts at Hampton and Salisbury. In May, 1654, a committee of three was chosen, of which Gen. Denison was one, " to examine, compare, reconcile, and place together in good order all former laws both printed and written.
Page 74 - Now to name what seemes to be Gods ende in bringing his people hether, whatever more there may be which tyme may yet discover. 1. To be an occasion to stirre up the zeale of the two nations to sett 'upon reformation of religion, and that with good successe. 2. To have liberty and power to sett...
Page 76 - ... them • See p. 118, note *. — EDS. that love God. And for spirituall improvement, such providences may well minde vs of the vncertainty of all earthly enioyments, therefore to put vs on the move to obtayne assurance of such as are both full & lasting. When, through spetiall grace, the heart, seing the emptines of the creature, rests in the fullnes that is in Jesus Christ, it is in spirituall health. Health you know is sweet, though the pill that procureth it be bitter. I might add, you have...

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