A Book of Strattons; Being a Collection of Stratton Records from England and Scotland, and a Genealogical History of the Early Colonial Strattons in America, with Five Generations of Their Descendants Volume 1
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...two years his eldest son, whom he had named as one of his executors. He died March 16, 1720. Children: --Born in Watertown, Mass.-15 Elizabeth,3 b. 1660; d. 1660. ] 16 John,3 b. 1661; d. 1718.-17 Elizabeth,3 b. July 2, 1664; m. John Chenery, son of John and Sarah (Boylson) Chenery of Watertown, June 4, 1685. + 18 Joseph,3 b. 1667; d. 1732. + 19 Samuel,3 b. 1669; d. 1728.-20 Rebecca,3 b. May 16, 1672; m. Samuel Seaverns, Dec. 20, 1699.-21 Ebenezer,3 b. Nov. 2, 1677; d. Oct. 2, 1678.--22 Jonathan,3 b. Mar. 6, 1679. Not mentioned in his father's will, 1708, which seems a good reason for believing that this is the Jonathan who died in Watertown, Dec. 31, 1707, --in all probability unmarried. 4. Richard Stratton 2 (Samuel') was born in England, and came over in the "Speedwell" in April, 1656. The first mention we have of him in Watertown is in April, 1658; he then had wife Susannah. 1658: "Samuel Straton sonn of Richard and Susan Straton borne the 8 of Aprill." "Richard Straaton aged abought 30 years: Dyed the 25 of July." (Watertown Records) In the inventory of his estate no land is mentioned. His widow, Susannah (or Susan), married Thomas Darkin, November 11, 1660, and lived in Concord. Child: --Born in Watertown. +23 Samuel, ' b. 1658; d. 1726. 7. Samuel Stratton 3 (Samuel,2 Samuel ') was born March 5, 1660. As eldest son he inherited the homestead at Concord. On the town records he is spoken of as "a weaver." November 28, 1688, he married Elizabeth Fletcher, daughter of Francis and Elizabeth (Wheeler) Fletcher. She was born in Concord August 24, 1663. His death is thus recorded on the original records at Concord: "Samuel Stratton, the husband of Elizabeth his wife Dyed november ye 30 day 1717 (in...
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