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Thomas Hobart

4.    THOMAS2 (Edmund1), b. in Hing. Eng., 1606; came from Windham, a village adjoining Old Hing., to Charlestown in New Eng. 1633, and to our Hing., the same yr. It is doubtful, however; whether he came here to live permanently until 1635. The chris. name of his w., prob. his 2d wife, was Jane. She d. in Hing. 18 Feb. 1690. He d. 18 Aug. 1689, Št. 83 yrs. Freeman, 14 May, 1634. Resided on West St.
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11. i. CALEB, 1633.
ii. JOHN, 1635.
iii. REBECCA, bt. in Hing. Dec. 1637.
iv. JOSHUA, bt. Feb. 4, 1638-39, d. 28 Dec. 1713.
v. THOMAS, bt. Oct.28, 1649.
vi. MEHITABLE, b. July 4,1651. m. June18, 1674, John Lane, and d. 15 Feb. 1689-90.
vii. ISAAC, Apr.25, 1653.
viii. HANNAH, Jan.17, 1654-55.
ix. MOSES, Dec. 2, 1656, d. at Boston in the prison, 18 Oct. 1686.
x. ELIAS, Dec. 9, 1658, d. 17 March, 1680-81, Št. 22 yrs.
12. xi. AARON, bt. Aug. 25, 1661.
xii. NATHANIEL, May 25, 1665. m. May 31, 1695, Mrs. Mary (Beal) Stowell, wid. of John Stowell, and dau. of John and Mary (Gill) Beal. She was bt. in Hing Oct. 26, 1662, and d. 6 June, 1748, Št. 86th yr. He d. 3 July, 1734, Št. 69 yrs. Was constable 1699 and 1722, and representative in 1721. In his will of 26 June, 1734, proved 6 Aug. foll. gives "to wife Mary 1/4 of my corn-mill at the town cove; to son in law John Stowell, 1/8; to my granddaughter in law, Mary Joy, 1/2; and to Rev. Ebenezer Gay, the remaining eighth of the said mill.

Source:  History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts, published by the town in 1893. Vol. II, pg. 336.

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