Medway Massachusetts

Jasper Partridge (1732- )

Jasper Partridge was born to Jonathan Partridge and Elizabeth Learned in Medway, Massachusetts, 15 Apr 1732. He married first, at Barre, Massachusetts, 12 Oct 1756, Mary Rice, born 18 May 1737, daughter of Jonas and Jane (Hall) Rice, of Worcester, Massachusetts, and settled soon after at Guilford, Vermont, where he afterwards lived. His first wife died in 1767; and he married second, _____ Nichols, of Guilford. Family Children of Jasper Partridge and Mary Rice: Children of Jasper Partridge and _____ Nicholas: Sources:

Jonathan Partridge (1724- )

Jonathan Partridge was born to Jonathan Partridge and Elizabeth Learned in Medway, Massachusetts, 16 Jul 1724. He married, 6 Feb 1756, at Barre, Massachusetts, Keziah Hastings. Four children were born there; but nothing is learned of him or his family after 1764. Family Children of Jonathan Partridge and Keziah Hastings: Sources:

Moses Partridge (1733-1804)

Moses Partridge was born to Benoni Partridge and Mehitabel Wheelock in West Medway, Massachusetts, 28 Aug 1733. He inherited one half of his father’s homestead in West Medway and resided there until 1801, when he sold the place to his son Simeon, and removed to Upton, Massachusetts, where he died 6 Oct 1804. He was in the Colonial and Revolutionary service [1]Mass. Archives. He married, 9 Sep 1755, Rachel Thayer, daughter of Ziba Thayer of Uxbridge, Massachusetts. She died 6 Sep 1812. Family Children by Rachel Thayer: Sources: References[+] References ↑1 Mass. Archives

Joseph Partridge (1706-1770)

Joseph Partridge was born to Eleazer Partridge and Elizabeth Allen in Medfield, Massachusetts, 15 Mar 1706. He removed with his father to Bellingham, where he afterwards resided. He married twice: first, 26 Feb 1729, Elizabeth (or Betty) Guernsey, born in Medfield (now Medway, Massachusetts), 10 Nov 1705, daughter of Henry and Sarah (Wheelock) Guernsey (spelled Garnsey). She died in Bellingham, Massachusetts, 13 Jan 1732; and he married second, 21 Dec 1732, Eunice Morse, born in Sherborn, Massachusetts, 10 Aug 1706, daughter of Jonathan and Jane (Whitney) Morse. She died 3 Nov 1785, “aged 80 years” [1]Bellingham Town Records; and he …

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Job Partridge (1698-1742)

Job Partridge was born to Eleazer Partridge and Elizabeth Smith in Medfield, Massachusetts, May 19, 1698. He was in the Colonial service in 1722. He married twice: first, in 1724, Abigail Thompson, born in Medfield, July 23, 1704, died in Wrentham, Massachusetts, April 1, 1728, daughter of Ebenezer and Susannah Thompson; and second, Feb. 28, 1729, Anne Cook of Bellingham, Massachusetts. He was drowned at Wrentham, Massachusetts, Feb. 7, 1742. His widow was administratrix of his estate, which was valued at £641. 11s. [1]Suffolk Co. Prob. Rec, vol. xxxvi., p. 157, She died Nov. 24, 1752. Family Child by Abigail …

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James Partridge (1700-1769)

James Partridge was born to John Partridge and Elizabeth Adams in Medfield (now Millis), Massachusetts, 8 Oct 1700. He resided in Medway, Massachusetts, where his children were born. He was in the Colonial service in 1722. In 1742, he purchased his brother Jonathan’s farm near Medway village. He married, 27 Jan 1729, Keziah Bullard, born in Medway, 2 Dec 1711, daughter of Malachi and Bethia (Fisher) Bullard. She died 25 Jul 1799; and he died 9 Mar 1769. In his will, which was dated 23 Apr 1762, he mentions his sons James, Malachi, Eleazer, Stephen, Joel and Nathan ; and …

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Jonathan Partridge (1693-1758)

Jonathan Partridge was born to John Partridge and Elizabeth Adams in Medfield (now Millis), Massachusetts, Nov 25, 1693. He drew land in Medway, Massachusetts, in 1713, and was selectman there in 1738. His farm lay about a mile north of Medway village. In 1742, he sold this place to his brother James, and removed to Sherborn, Massachusetts. He resided there about ten years, and then removed to Barre, Rutland District, Massachusetts, where he died about 1758. He married three times: first, 13 Nov 1717, Elizabeth Learned, born in Framingham, Massachusetts, 27 Jul 1696, daughter of Isaac and Sarah (Bigelow) Learned. …

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Benoni Partridge (1687-1769)

Benoni Partridge was born to John Partridge and Elizabeth Rockwood in Medfield (now Millis), Massachusetts, 25 May 1687. He was one of the proprietors of the town of Medway, Massachusetts, at its incorporation, in 1713, and took up his residence in the new grant, now West Medway [1]Jameson’s Hist. of Medway, p. 45. His children were born there. At his death, his farm was divided equally between his sons Timothy and Moses. He was a member of the First Church of Medway. He married, 14 Jul 1708, Mehetabel Wheelock, born in Medfield, 10 Sep 1689, daughter of Samuel and Sarah …

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Zachariah Partridge (1674-1716)

Zachariah Partridge was born in Medfield, Massachusetts, July 2, 1674, to John Partridge and Magdalen Bullard. He settled near his brother Samuel in the Black Swamp (Medway), where land was assigned him in 1702 [1]Jameson’s Hist. of Medway, p. 41. He married, 5 Jun 1701, Mary Ellis, born in Medfield, 7 Mar 1686, died in Medway, 12 Sep 1747, daughter of John and Mary (Herring) Ellis. Zachariah Partridge died 23 Sep 1716, leaving no will. His widow married second, John Barber. On 20 Mar 1732, Edward Clark, John Adams and Timothy Clark, of Medway, were appointed “to appraise the lands …

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