Town: Mendon Massachusetts

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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John Partridge (c1683-1756)

John Partridge was born to John Partridge and Elizabeth Rockwood in Medfield (now Millis), Massachusetts, but the date of his birth is not recorded. He married, 3 Feb 1709, Anna Pond, born in Wrentham, Massachusetts, 2 Oct 1689, daughter of Robert and Joanna Pond. She died 6 Mar 1756; and he died 6 Sep 1756, aged 73 years. They are buried at North Bellingham, Massachusetts. He settled, soon after his marriage, in Wrentham where he afterwards lived. He accumulated considerable property, as is shown by his will, and owned a black slave. In his will, proved 8 Oct 1756 [1]Suffolk …

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John Partridge (1656-1753)

John Partridge was born on 21 Sep 1656 in Medfield, Massachusetts to John Partridge and Magdalene Bullard. He died on 09 Dec 1743 in Medway, Massachusetts. [1]Vital records of Medway, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, p. 329. He married (1) Elizabeth Rockwood (daughter of Nicholas Rockwood and Margaret Holbrook) on 24 Dec 1678 in Medfield, Massachusetts.[2]Vital records of Medfield, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, p. 162. She was born on 03 Apr 1657 in Medfield. She died on 22 Jul 1688 in Medfield. [3]Vital records of Medfield, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, p. 226. He married (2) Elizabeth Adams (daughter of Jonathan Adams and …

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Vital records of Milford, Massachusetts, to the year 1850

These vital records for Milford, Massachusetts end in 1849. The exact starting date is not clear, as the town added records from the First Church of Milford (Congregational) which had formerly been the Second Parish of Mendon. These records preceded the town of Milford’s formation. Since Milford was not officially a town until 11 Apr 1780, any record appearing with an earlier date occurred while the locality was still called Mendon. Any record which is part of the original records from the First Church is labeled with the abbreviation C.R. The Town of Milford, Worcester County (formerly in Suffolk County, …

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