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Family Sheet

Name: Samuel Stratton Note Born: 1592 at Gravesend, , , Kent England Married: 1617 at England, , , Died: 25 Dec 1672 at Watertown, , , Middlesex Massachussetts Other Spouses: Margaret Bowlins Parker
Father: John Stratton Mother: Alice Gibson
Name: Alice Beeby Note Born: Died: Bef 1657
Name: John Stratton Born: at Podrington, , , Bedfordshire England Died: 16 Mar 1720 at Watertown, , , Middlesex Massachussetts Wife: Elizabeth Traine
Name: Samuel Stratton Born: at Podrington, , , Bedfordshire England Died: 5 Dec 1707 at Concord, , , Massachussetts Wife: Mary Frye
Name: Richard Stratton Born: 18 Nov 1627 at Podrington, , , Bedfordshire England Died: 25 Jul 1658 at Watertown, , , Middlesex Massachussetts Wife: Susannah Unknown Susan
Name: Joseph Stratton Born: 23 Aug 1629 at Carlton, , , Bedfordshire England Died:
1). BIRTH NOTE ABT. 1592 IN GRAVESEND, KENT, ENGLAND. PER JAMES STRATTON JNKSTRATTON@YAHOO.COM BIOGRAPHY SAMUEL AND ALICE MARRIED IN ENGLAND, CAME OVER FROM CONCORD, COUNTY OF KENT, ENGLAND TO MASSACHUSSETTS SOMETIME BEFORE 1647 AND SETTLED IN WATERTOWN WITH 3 SONS. A FOURTH SON JOSEPH IS MENTIONED, WHO MAY HAVE STAYED IN ENGLAND. BIOGRAPHY THE SHIP THEY TRAVELED ON WAS CALLED THE GODSPEED . BIOGRAPHY SAMUEL S WILL WAS PROVED IN WATERTOWN, MASSACHUSSETTS. BIOGRAPHY LAND WATERTOWN CONCORD. SAMUEL OWNED REAL ESTATE IN BOTH AREAS. SEVERAL LOTS, WITH MANSION, BARN, ORCHARD, ETC.... GENERAL WILL OF SAMUEL STRATTON 1672 In the name and by the help of ye Lord JesusChrist I Samuel Stratton Senior, being in sound memory and understanding, But near my Death I make my last will and testament. I give my Body to ye Earth from whence I had it to be decently buried, and my soulei give to God y t gave it me in shure and certaine hope of ressurection to life through ye merritts ofChrist Jesus, and concerning by good y t God hath left me to wit my house and land at home and abroad my cattell chattlles what ever belongs to me inNew England I will y t after my decease they be apprised, and my Debts being paid Iwill y t it be delivered into the hand of my sonn John after my Decease to bedisposed of as followeth. i Will y t my loving wife have out of my state a comfortable maintenance, and after her death I will y t all ye movables in my house be equally divided between Samuell my sonn and my sonn John, the land and gouse and barnes and meaddowes nearer my house or more remote T will y t sonn John shall fully and peacably injoy without any molestation or disturbance, onely I will y t my grand son Samuell ye sonn of my deceased son Richard when he is of age shall have ye house and land adjoining to it y t my sonn John dwelt in to ye time y t he entered into ye farme he nowis in being formerly ye landof old Felch, Mis. Allen and old Folger, willing y t ye land In Concord formerly being mine but now in my sonn Samuells hand y t it be his forever as his full due and portion. And I appoint my sonn John my sole executour ofthis my last will and testament revoking all other wills heretofore made, wittness my hand this p r sent 19 of December 1672. My will is y t servant Thomas Cooper have a cow after my decease. his Samuel X Stratton SEAL Mark Sealed & delivered in presence of Richard Norcross Mr. Richard Norcross being sworne dosay that he was prsent when Samuel Stratton above named deces d, Signed & Published this instrument as his last will & testament, and that according to his best understanding he was of sound judgement & memory when heso did. Justinian Holden aged abt 60 years being sworne do say that he was present with the above named Samuel Stratton deces d abt ye time he made this his last will as he apprehends it was ye same day and he ye sd Samuel declared to him that he had anintent to alter one y t he had formerly made and that he would make his last will to be accord to the contents of this above written instrument, for the substance thereof, and according to his best understanding he did judge him at y t time to be of soundJudgement & memory. Before Capt. Daniel Gookin & ThomasDanforth, Recorder This will was made when he was near his death. whichprobably accounts for its not bearing his autograph. INVENTORY OF ESTATE OFSAMUEL STRATTON 1672 This is An Inventory of the houses and Lands and moveables of Samuel Stratton Senior deceast apprised by us who have here subscribed this 3d of Janu. 1672. L S D Impr Wearing cloaths both linnen and woollen......001.15.00 In ye Roome called ye parler One fether bed and fether bolster three fether pillowes 2 pillow beers and a straw bed, one paire of sheets, one blanket one rugg with ye bedstead and curtains an valants...................008.00.00 A cubbard and cubbard cloath and a


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