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Eleazer Partridge (1693-1776)

Eleazer Partridge was born to Eleazer Partridge and Elizabeth Smith in Medfield, Massachusetts, March 7, 1693. He settled in that portion of Dedham, Massachusetts, which, in 1724, became Walpole, Massachusetts. Of the births of his children, three are recorded in Medfield, three in Dedham, and that of the youngest in Walpole. He married twice: first, April 11, 1715, Sarah Taylor, who died Feb., 1758; and second, Nov. 20, 1759, Ruth Ware, born in Wrentham, Massachusetts, Oct. 14, 1720, daughter of Ebenezer and Bethia Ware. He died in 1776, and his will, proved May 6, 1776, mentions his wife Ruth; sons …

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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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