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     Nathaniel Treadway appears to have been the first Treadway to settled in the New Colonies. Many Treadway lines have descended from him. According to a post in the Treadway GenForum from Christopher Mictchell; Nathaniiel was born 07 Aug 1615 in Semley, England. Also,in the Treadway GenForum Helen Kinsey states that Nathaniel's parents were Nathaniel Treadway and Mary Howe. Nathaniel and Mary were married at St. Botolphe, Colchester, Essex, England on 21 Sept 1614. Mary Howe was baptized at Boxted, Co. Essex., England on 23 Jan 1591/92, the daughter of Edward and Ann (Lumpkin) Howe. Mary was the sister of Edward Howe of Massachusetts. Edward and his wife Margaret both left part of their estates to Nathaniel Treadway, which led some to jump to the conclusion that his wife must be a Howe. Nathaniel emigrated to Sudbury, Midddlesex Co., Massachusetts in 1638 aboard the "Confidence" sailing from Wiltshire, England (1). Nathaniel later relocated to Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts ca 1645. He married Sufferance Haynes ca 1639. Sufferance was born 11 Sept 1620 in Shaston, Co. Dorset, England to Walter Haynes and Elizabeth Gourd. On John Layton's website "Royal House of Layton of Stuart and Rohan", John states that Nathaniel's father was Josiah Nathaniel Treadway. If this is correct could this Nathaniel's name be the same? It would explain a lot about the early references of aJosiah Treadway being married to Sufferance Haynes, and other early records of Josiah.

     Many people had thought that Sufferance was the daughter of an Edward Howe, but the Estate records of Walter Haynes (Middlesex South Probate records) dated 25 May 1659, proved 04 Apr 1665, lists his daughter Sufferany Traddoway. One of these days I will get the Will online, but it is extensive and has very scrolled writing. The Haynes family immigrated to the New Colony of Massachusetts aboard the "Confidence" in 1638. Nathaniel's uncle Edward Howe left him real and personal property in his will probated in 1644 (2). Looking at the will, Edward and his wife show no issue, also leaves part of his estate to Ann Treadway Stone (Nathaniel's sister) and wife of John Stone.

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More Information on Nathaniel

    Emigration of Nathaniel Treadway:    From Wiltshire, England - Name of the Emigrant: Treadway, Nathaniel, English Parish Name: Semley, England, Ship Name: - , New England Town: Sudbury, Massachusetts, Various References: N.E.G.R. 65/296 , Note: Walter Haynes was listed above Nathaniel's name on that site with various references: N.E.G.R. 65/295 (1).

    History of Sudbury, Massachusets, pg. 26:    From the town records we have compiled the following list of the early grantees or settlers, who went to the Sudbury Plantation about 1638 or 1639 - Nathaniel Treadway (3).

    History of Sudbury, Massachusets, pg. 74:    Nathaniel Treadway (Tredway or Treadaway) was a weaver by trade. He married Suffrance, daughter of Elder Edward How (Walter Haynes), and was brother-in-law of John Stone, eldest son of Dea. Gregory Stone of Cambridge. He had seven children, three of whom were born in Sudbury : Jonathan (born Nov. 11, 1640), Mary (born Aug. 1, 1642), and perhaps James (born about 1644). On the death of his father- in - law he removed to Watertown. There he was appointed selectman. He inherited property from Dea. Stone's estate. His wife died July 22, 1682. (4).

    History of Sudbury, Massachusets, pg. 155:    The Mayhew Farm. This was a land tract of three hundred acres granted to Thomas Mayhew, Oct. 17, 1643. It is described as " lying between Marlboro, Magunkook and "Frainingham," and was assigned by will of Thomas Mayhew, bearing date Sept. 15, 1666, to John Stone and Nathaniel Treadaway, both grantees of Sudbury. In 1708 it was laid out to their heirs. (5).

    History of Sudbury, Massachusets, pg. 163:    But the pioneer work done by Sudbury in the settlement of Worcester was by no means confined to one man. In 1657 thirty-two hundred acres were granted to Increase Nowell of Charlestown. His right was purchased by Josiah and John Haynes, Thomas Noyes, and Nathaniel Treadaway ; and in 1664 the} r became proprietors of a large tract east of Qninsigamond Pond. Haynes, Treadaway, and Noyes petitioned the General Court for a committee "to view the country." The death of Mr. Noyes, and the disturbed condition of things, prevented the commissioners whom the Court appointed from carrying out the order. But, in 1667, the Court again took measures towards a settlement of the country, and appointed a committee, who state in their report that " about five thousand acres is laid out to particular persons, and confirmed by this Court, as we are informed, which falls within this tract of land, viz., to Ensign Noyes, deceased, his brother three thousand two hundred acres, unto the church at Maiden one thousand acres, and others five hundred acres bought of Ensign Noyes... (6).

     Massachusetts Town and Vital Records 1620-1988:    Sufferana Treadaway wife of Nathaniel Treadaway dyed by 22 Jul 1682 (7).

     Nathaniel was a prominent man; a weaver by trade. The other hats he wore were selectman, highway surveyor, and a member of the meeting house. Nathaniel died on 15 June 1689 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (8), and Sufferance died on 22 July 1682 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (9).

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     Children of Nathaniel and Sufferance Treadway

1. Jonathan Treadway, b: 11 Nov 1640, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA
2. Mary Treadway, b: 01 Aug 1642, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA
3. James Treadway, b: 20 Nov 1644, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA, d: 12 Feb 1685/86 (never married)
4. Elizabeth Treadway, b: 03 Aug 1646, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
5. Lydia Treadway, b: 01 Sept 1649, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
6. Josiah Treadway, b: 07 May 1652, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
7. Deborah Treadway, b: 02 Aug 1657, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA


Family of Jonathan Treadway (of Nathaniel)

     Jonathan Treadway (10) b: 11 Nov 1640, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (11), married Judith Thurston on 01 Mar 1665/66 in Medfield, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts (12). Judith was b: 17 May 1648 in Dedham, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, the daughter of John Thurston and Margaret Buck (13).

    Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records    Jonathan Treadway and Judith Thurston were married before Ralph Whee Lock March 1st, 1666 (12).

     Jonathan died on 28 May 1710 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (14), and Judith died on 12 Oct 1726 (15) in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. Their children were:

1. Lydia Treadway, b: 03 Sept 1667, Medfield, Norfolk Co., MA, (16) d: 29 Mar 1703
2. Nathaniel Treadway, b: 02 Dec 1668, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA (17), d: 12 Dec 1668, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA
3. Jonathan Treadway, b: 04 June 1670, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA (18)
4. James Treadway, b: 26 Oct 1671, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA (19)
5. Hannah Treadway, b: 14 June 1680, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA (20)
6. Ephraim Treadway, b: 14 Nov 1681, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA (21)
7. Hulda Treadway, b: 01 Nov 1687, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA (22)
8. Benjamin Treadway, b: Unknown, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA


Family of Mary Treadway (of Nathaniel)

     Mary Treadway b: 01 Aug 1642, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (23). Mary married twice. She married first to John Fisher on 12 Sept 1665 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (24). John was born in Syleham, Co. Suffolk, England, the son of Josiah and Ann Fisher. John was previously married to Elizabeth Boylston (24); having two children together: Jonathan and Elizabeth. John died 03 July 1668 in Medfield, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts (26). They had one child:

1. Nathaniel Fisher, b: 18 Feb 1667/68, Medfield, Norfolk Co., MA

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     Mary married second to Timothy Hawkins/Hawkings on 21 July 1675 (24). Timothy was married previously to Mary Sherman. Timothy was born on 30 Dec 1639 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts and died on 31 Aug 1697 (28). He is buried in the Old Burying Place, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. Mary and two of her children: Jonathan Fisher and Mary Hawkins were mentioned her father Nathaniel's Will. Mary died 17 May 1677 and is buried in the Grove Hill Cemetery, Waltham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (27). They had one daughter:

2. Mary Hawkins/Hawkings, b: 30 Apr 1677, MA


Family of Elizabeth Treadway (of Nathaniel)

     Elizabeth Treadway b: 03 Aug 1646, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (28). She married twice. She married first to Shadrack Hapgood on 21 Oct 1664 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (29). Shadrack was born in 1642 in England, to Thomas Hapgood. Shadrack died 02 Aug 1675 in Quaboag, Brookfield Co., Massachusetts (30). Elizabeth and Shadrack's children were:

1. Sarah Hapgood, b: 1665, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA
2. Nathaniel Hapgood, b: 21 Oct 1665, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA
3. Mary Hapgood, b: 02 Nov 1667, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA
4. Thomas Hapgood, b: 01 Feb 1669, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA

    Genealogy and history of representative citizens of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, pg. 52:    Shadrach Habgood lived for some years with his uncle, Peter Noyes, in Sudbury. October 21, 1664, he was m. to Ellizabeth Treadway, daughter of Nathaniel and Sufferance (Howe) (Haynes) Treadway, and grand-daughter of Elder Edward Howe, of Watertown (Walter Haynes). In 1670 he had a grant of land at Pomposetticut, on the south side of the Assabet River, included in 1683 in the town of Stow. On August 2, 1675, he was treacherously slain, with eight others, by the Nipmuck Indians at Brookfield, Mass., whither he had gone as one of a party of twenty-five to hold a peace conference with them. His widow m. March 23, 1677, Joseph Hayward, of Concord, Mass. (31).

     Elizabeth married 2nd to Joseph Hayward on 23 Mar 1676/77 in Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (32). Joseph was born 26 Jan 1642/43 in Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (33). Joseph was previously married having children: Mary, John, Hannah, George, & Dorothy. Elizabeth was mentioned in her father Nathaniel's Will, and mention of Hapgood and Hayward children. Joseph died on 13 Oct 1714 (33), and is buried in the South Burying Place, Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusets. Elizabeth died 18 Sept 1714 (34) in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. Their children were:

5. Ebenezer Hayward, b: 22 July 1678, Concord, Middlesex Co., MA
6. James Hayward, b: 01 May 1681, Concord, Middlesex Co., MA
7. Simeon Hayward, b: June 1683, Concord, Middlesex Co., MA
8. Abigail Hayward, b: 12 Sept 1691, Concord, Middlesex Co.,

Click here to View Joseph Hayward's Will (35)


Family of Lydia Treadway (of Nathaniel)

     Lydia Treadway born 01 Sept 1649, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (36). She married Capt. Josiah Jones on 20 Oct 1667 Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (37). Josiah was born: 02 Oct 1643 in Berkshire, England to Lewis Jones and Anna Stone (38). Lydia died: 18 Sept 1743 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (36), and Josiah died on 09 Oct 1714 in Weston, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (39). They both are buried in the Farmers Burial Ground, Weston, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. Their children were:

1. Lydia Jones, b: 25 Aug 1668, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, d: 21 May 1718, married Nathaniel Coolidge, Jr
2. Josiah Jones, b: 02 Oct 1670, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, d: 21 Dec 1734
3. Mary Jones, b: 10 Dec 1672, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, married John Brewer
4. Nathaniel Jones, b: 31 Dec 1674, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, Nov 1745
5. Samuel Jones, b: 09 July 1677, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, 17 Jan 1718
6. James Jones, b: 04 Sept 1679, Weston, Middlesex Co., MA
7. Sarah Jones, b: 06 Feb 1680/81, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, d: 09 July , married John Warren
8. Anna Jones, b: 28 June 1684, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, d: 1736, married Joseph Mixer
9. John Jones, b: 19 Mar 1686/87, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
10. Isaac Jones, b: 25 May 1690, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
11. Daughter, b: Unknown, d: at birth


Family of Josiah Treadway (of Nathaniel)

     Josiah Treadway born: 07 May 1652, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (40). He married twice. He married first to Sarah Sweetman on 09 Jan 1673/74 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (41). Sarah was born: 02 May 1654 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts to Thomas Sweetman and Isabel Cutter (42). Josiah was also a weaver like his father Nathaniel. He was a Freeman 18 Apr 1690 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts (43). Sarah died: 05 Mar 1696/97 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (44). Sarah is buried in the Phipps Street Burying Ground, Charlestown, Sussex Co., Massachusetts (45). Please note: Many people believe that Josiah had sons named Richard and Thomas. Richard and Thomas where in Baltimore and Harford Co's in Maryland. They also were not mentioned in Josiah's Will. Josiah's children were also well documented. I wanted to note this for those who believe they were. I have seen many pages linking Richard and Thomas's lineages to Josiah, and it has become almost standard. While I am sure that most of us are connected back to the Treadway's of England, I don't believe these connections are correct in the US. I do have pages dedicated for both Richard and Thomas Treadway. Josiah and Sarah's children were:

1. Josiah Treadway, b: 28 Feb 1673/74, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, d: 11 Dec 1683
2. James Treadway, b: 17 Oct 1676, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
3. Sarah Treadway, b: 18 Dec 1679, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
4. Bethia Treadway, b: 02 Dec 1681, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
5. Abigail Treadway, b: 24 Sept 1683, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
6. Josiah Treadway, b: 16 Nov 1686, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
7. Susannah KatherineTreadway, b: 06 Jan 1687/88, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
8. Tabitha Treadway, b: 15 Dec 1690, Watertown, Middlesex Co. MA, married Christopher Monk on 14 August 1718, Boston, Middlesex Co., MA
9. Sufferana Treadway, b: 1692, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., MA
10. Eunice Treadway, b: 1694, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., MA

     Josiah married second Mrs. Dorothy (Bell) Cutler on 03 Feb 1697/98, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., MA (46). Dorothy was previously married to Samuel Cutler, and was the daughter of Abraham Bell and Katharine Waffe. Josiah died: 15 Nov 1731/32 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. Dorothy died: 19 Mar 1740, and is buried in the Granary Burying Ground, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. Josiah and Dorothy had one daughter:

12. Katherine Treadway, b: 26 Nov 1703, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., MA

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Family of Deborah Treadway (of Nathaniel)

     Deborah Treadway born 02 Aug 1657, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (47). She married Joseph Goddard on 25 Mar 1680 in Brookline, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts (48). Joseph was born on 13 July 1656 in London, Co. Middlesex, England to William Goddard and Elizabeth Miles (49). Deborah died on 08 June 1714 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (50) and is buried in the Eliot Burying Ground, Roxbury, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. Joseph married secondly to a Mary and left a Will dated 1724, probated 17 Aug 1728, in which he names his children: Elizabeth Adams, Debora Child, Jonathan "John", & James Robert, and the children of his eldest and deceased son Joseph. Joseph died on 25 July 1728 in Brookline, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts (49) and is buried in the Walnut Street Cemetery, Brookline, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. Their children were:

1. Elizabeth Goddard, b: 08 Jan 1679/80, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, married an Adams
2. Joseph Goddard, b: 07 Nov 1682, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
3. Deborah Goddard, b: 19 June 1693, Roxbury, MA, married a Child
4. Jonathan "John" Goddard, b: 04 Oct 1698, Roxbury, MA
5. James Goddard, b: Unknown, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
6. Robert Goddard, b: Unknsown, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA


Family of HannahTreadway (of Jonathan, (Nathaniel)

     Hannah Treadway born 14 June 1680, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (51). She married Benjamin Lombard, Jr. on 23 May 1711 in Barnstable, Massachusetts (52). Benjamin was born on 22 Sep 1675 in Massachusetts, the son of Thomas Lombard. Hannah died 19 Sep 1714 (53). Benjamin remarried. He died on 13 Jan 1753 (54). They both are buried in the Lothrop Hill Cemetery, Barnstable, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts. Their children were:

1. Jonathan Lombard, b: 29 Mar 1712, d: 29 Mar 1712
2. Hannah Lombard, b: 08 Sept 1714


Family of Hulda Treadway (of Jonathan, Nathaniel)

   Hulda Treadway b: 01 Nov 1687, Sudbury, Midddlesex Co., Massachusetts (55). She married twice. She married first to Benjamin Lambert of Barnstable, Massachusetts (56). She married second to David Maynard ca 1712 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. David was born: 22 May 1687 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts to Zachariah Maynard and Hannah Goodrich (57), died on 21 Jan 1761 (58). Their children were:

1. Mary Maynard, b: 10 Aug 1714, MA
2. David Maynard, b: 21 June 1716, MA
3. Judah Maynard, b: 08 Aug 1720, MA
4. Jonathan Maynard, b: 21 Dec 1724, MA


Family of Benjamin Treadway (of Jonathan, Nathaniel)

     Benjamin Treadway b: unknown, married Mary Maynard on 19 Apr 1714, Wayland, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (59). Mary was born: 02 Jan 1689/90 to Zachariah Maynard and Hannah Goodrich (60). Mary died: 27 Nov 1766 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (61). Benjamin was a Selectman in 1737. Benjamin died: 27 Nov 1774 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (62). Benjamin and Mary's children were:

1. Hannah Treadway, b: 19 Mar 1714/15, Framingham, Middlesex Co., MA
2. Mary Treadway, b: 16 May 1718, Framingham, Middlesex Co., MA
3. Abigail Treadway, b: 02 Dec 1719, MA
4. Jonathan Treadway, b: 21 May 1721, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., MA
5. Child, b: 03 Apr 1724, MA, d: 03 April 1724, MA
6. Judith Treadway, b: 29 Oct 1726, Framingham, Middlesex Co., MA, d: 19 Jul 1727, MA
7. Judith Treadway, b: 05 July 1728, Framingham, Middlesex Co., MA
8. James Treadway, b: 13 Aug 1730, Framingham, Middlesex MA, d: 03 Sept 1730, MA
9. Buelah Treadway, b: 26 Jan 1732/33, Framingham, Middlesex Co., MA, married Josiah Goodnow/Goodenow on 02 Aug 1749, Framingham, Middlesex Co., MA


Family of James Treadway (of Josiah, Nathaniel)

     James Treadway born 17 Oct 1676, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (63). He married Sarah Bond on 12 Feb 1700/01 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (64). Sarah was born: 02 Dec 1685, the daughter of Thomas Bond and Sarah Woolson (65). James migrated with his family to Connecticut. James died: 28 May 1728 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut (66) and is buried in the Colchester Burying Ground, Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut (67). Sarah married secondly to Jonathan Sweetland. She died on 17 Feb 1753 (68) and is buried in the Colchester Burying Ground, Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut (69). Their children were:

1. James Treadway, b: 30 Apr 1703, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
2. William Treadway, b: 12 Jan 1704/05, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
3. Josiah Treadway, b: 20 June 1706 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
4. Sarah Treadway, b: 24 Sept 1707, Colchester, New London Co., CT
5. Mercy Treadway, b: 15 July 1709, Colchester, New London Co., CT
6. Sarah Treadway, b: 15 Apr 1711, Colchester, New London Co., CT
7. Lydia Treadway, b: 16 Jan 1713/14, Colchester, New London Co., CT
8. Eunice Treadway, b: 04 Nov 1717, Colchester, New London Co., CT
9. Lois Treadway,, b: 12 Feb 1719/20, Colchester, New London Co., CT
10. Elijah Treadway, b: 08 Apr 1722, Colchester, New London Co., CT
11. Ann Treadway, b: 09 Mar 1723/24, Colchester, New London Co., CT
12. Abigail Treadway, b: 29 May 1726, Colchester, New London Co., CT


Family of Sarah Treadway (of Josiah, Nathaniel)

     Sarah Treadway born 18 Dec 1679 (70), Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. She married James Priest. James was born in 1675 Weston, Massachusetts, the son of Joseph and Hannah Priest. Joseph died 04 Mar 1756 (The Priest Family). He left a Will dated May 1754 in which he names his children: Sarah Pike, Josiah, Mindwell Stone; deceased, and Abigail Cory. Their children were:

1. Josiah Priest, b: 30 Mar 1706
2. Mindwell Priest, b: 27 June 1708, married David Stone
3. Abigail Priest, b: 03 July 1719, married Isaac Cory
4. Sarah Priest, b: 07 Apr 1721, married a Mr. Pike

    The Priest Family:    James, b. 1674 5 ; d. in Weston, 4 March. 1756. aged 81 years; m. Sarah Treadway. (71).

    The Priest Family:    It is now believed that James'" Priest , (died in Weston, 4 March, 1756) was the first child of Joseph (2), son of James (1) Having received half of a house from his father into which to take his wife, Hannah, they gave to their first born child the name, James. He married Sarah Treadway, b. 18 Dec, 1679, Nathaniel Treadway (1) Watertown : James (2); Josiah. brother of James (2). m. Sarah Swett. and had Josiah, James, and Sarah,who married James Priest. J (71).


Family of Bethia Treadway (of Josiah, Nathaniel)

     Bethia Treadway b: 02 Dec 1681, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (72). She married Thomas Jones on 01 Mar 1710 Boston, Suffolk Co. Massachusetts (72). Children:

1. Rebecca Jones, b: Unknown, married Mr. Badger (Per will of Eunice Treadway Kettell)
2. Abigail Jones, b: 10 Oct 1719, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA


Family of Abigail Treadway (of Josiah, Nathaniel)

     Abigail Treadway born 24 Sept 1683, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (73). She married Samuel Cunnabell on 17 June 1710, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts (74). Samuel was born 16 Jan 1689, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts to John Cunnabell and Sarah Clayes (75). Abigail died on 06 Apr 1713. Their children were:

1. John Cunnabell, b: 24 Mar 1711, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA
2. Abigail Cunnabell, b: 26 Dec 1712, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA

    The Cunnabell Family:    Samuel Cunnabell,- son of John, page 9, was born in Boston, Mass., Jan. 16, 1689-90; was published in J3. June 17, 1710, with Abigail Treadwa}, of Charlestown, 3d daughter of Josiah and Sarah (Sweetman) Treadway, born Sept. 24, 1683; by her he had 2 children and both died young; she died Apr. 6, 1713. (75).

 

 

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