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            The Goodenow Family of Sudbury Massachusetts  

                         First Generation

	1.	JOHN GOODENOW was born about 1535 in England. He died on 7 Jan 1592/1593 in
Ebbsborne, Wake, Wilts, Eng.1

John's will mentions his sons William & Thomas A. & daughter Julyan and wife
Margaret and is printed in its entirety in Banyard, 1 

JOHN married MARGARET. Margaret born in England.2

They had the following children:3

+	2	M	i.  THOMAS A. GOODENOW was born about 1570 and died in
1617/1618.

	3	M	ii.  WILLIAM GOODENOW.

	4	F	iii.  JULYAN GOODENOW was born in England.

                            Second Generation

	2.	THOMAS A. GOODENOW (JOHN) was born about 1570 in England.
He died in 1617/1618 in Donhead, St. Andrew, Wilts, England.4

His nuncupative will dated 20 Dec. 1617 mentions three youngest children, Dorothy,
Edmund & Ursula, sons Simon, Nathaniel & Thomas, Ralph & John, wife Ursula
who was executor, overseers were Joseph Bower & Robert Button5

THOMAS married URSULA FAYNE/FAYME/HAYNE?. Ursula died in 1633/1634 in
Dunhead, St. Andrew, Wilts, Eng.6

Ursula's will was dated 18 Feb. 1633/34, proved 22 May 1634 at Sarum, Salisbury,
Co.Wilts and is printed in its entirety in TAG Vol. 61:65   The document mentions
eldest son Ralph , 2d son John, 3rd son Simon, 4th son Nathaniel, 5th son Thomas,
son Edmund, eldest daughter  Ursula, youngest daughter Dorothy Cousin Walter
Fayme and Thomas Fayme were appointed overseers   

THOMAS and URSULA had the following children:7

	5	M	i.   RALPH GOODENOW.
RALPH married MARIE.

+	6	M	ii.  JOHN GOODENOW was born about 1596 and died on 28 Mar 1654.

	7	M	iii.  SIMON GOODENOW.

	8	M	iv.   NATHANIEL GOODENOW.

+	9	M	v.    THOMAS GOODENOW was born about 1608 and died in Oct
1666.


	10	F	vi.     URSULA GOODENOW died on 23 Apr 1653 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA.8

Ursula, the younger's will is dated 19 Apr. 1653 and names her
brothers John, Thomas & Edmund and her sister Dorothy Rudduck9 


+	11	M	vii.     EDMUND GOODENOW was born about 1611 and died on 5 Apr
1688.

	12	F	viii.	DOROTHY GOODENOW was born about 1613. She died on
9 May 1688 in Marlboro, Middlesex Co., MA.10

DOROTHY married JOHN RUDDUCK after 18 Feb 1633/1634 the date
of her motherís will. John was born about 1609. He died on 28 Jan
1692/1693 in Marlboro, Middlesex Co., MA.11

                           Third Generation

	6.	JOHN GOODENOW (THOMAS A., JOHN) was born about 1596. He died on 28 Mar
1654 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.12

John Goodenow immigrated to New England on the Ship Confidence in 1638 .
The Ship's Passenger List says he was of Semley of Welsheir, husbandman, age
42. He was accompanied by Jane Goodenow his wife and Lydia & Jane Goodenow,
their daughters.13

John's will was dated 2 Mar and probated 5 May 1654 John mentions his wife Jane, 
daughter Jane Wight, son-in-law Andrew Dunning, kinswoman Abigail Goodenow,
daughter of brother Thomas Goodenow.  Henry Wite, son-in-law appointed executor -
Overseers were Edmund Browne, Peter Noice, Edmund Goodenow, John Rudduck.14

JOHN married JANE. Jane died on 15 Jul 1666 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.15

Jane's will probated 2 Oct., 1666 bequests to John, Jonathan, Benjamin and Joseph
Wight.16   


JOHN and JANE had the following children:

	13	F	i.	LYDIA GOODENOW was christened on 19 Mar 1630/1631 in
Shaftsbury, Dorset, Eng.17. She died on 13 Oct 1651 in Dedham, MA.18
Lydia married ANDREW DEWING/DUNNING died 16 Sept. 1677 in
Dedham, MA.19  Andrew m2 ANN DUNSTALL  10 Nov. 1652.20

	14	F	ii.	JANE GOODENOW was christened on 16 Feb 1633 in Semley,
Wilts, Eng.21. She died on 16 May 1684 in Dedham, MA.22

JANE married HENRY WIGHT, son of THOMAS WIGHT and
ALICE. Henry died on 27 Feb 1679/1680 in Dedham, MA.23



	9.	THOMAS GOODENOW (THOMAS A., JOHN) was born about 1608. He died in Oct
1666 in Marlborough, Middlesex Co., MA.24

Thomas Goodenow immigrated to New England on the Confidence in 1638 with
his family.  His residence in England was given as Shasbury and age as 30.  He was 
accompanied by Jane Goodenow (his wife), his son Thomas Goodenow and his sister
Ursula Goodenow 25 

Thomas's will was dated 29 Sept and probated 24 (8m) 1666 His will mentions his two 
daughters  Susanna & Jane, every one of his grandchildren to receive a sheep ten years
after his death, two married daughters Marie & Abigail, son Samuel and  wife Jane.
widow  and son  Samuel were executors of the estate. Two brothers John Ruddick &
Edmund Goodenow and Old Brother Ward, loving friends, were overseers of the
estate.26 

THOMAS married JANE.

They had the following children:27

	15	F	i.	ELIZABETH GOODENOW was christened on 13 Apr 1632 in
Dunhead, St Andrew, Wilts, Eng.. She died young.

	16	M	ii.   THOMAS Jr. GOODENOW was christened on 13 Mar 1636/1637 in
Shaftsbury, Dorset, Eng.. He died in Oct 1663 in Marlborough, MA.28

THOMAS married JOHANNAH on 18 Dec 1662 in Marlborough, MA.29

	17	M	iii.    NATHANIEL?? GOODENOW .

	18	F	iv.    MARY GOODENOW was born on 25 Aug 1640 in Sudbury, MA.

Mary was convicted of fornication in 1657 with James Ross, a Scottish
servant whom she adamantly refused to marry but eventually did
wed.30

MARY married JAMES ROSS on 5 Dec 1658 in Sudbury, MA.31 James
died on 18 Sep 1690 in Sudbury, MA.32

	19	F	v.      ABIGAIL GOODENOW was born on 11 Mar 1641/1642 in
Sudbury, MA.


ABIGAIL married THOMAS BARNES, son of THOMAS BARNES
on 2 Jul 1662 in Marlborough, MA.33 Thomas died in 1679 in
Marlborough MA.34


	20	F	vi.	SUSANNA GOODENOW was born on 20 Feb 1642/1643 in
Sudbury, MA. She died young.

	21	F	vii.	SARAH GOODENOW was born on 20 Jan 1643/1644 in
Sudbury, MA. She died 1 Apr 1654 Ae 10 in Sudbury, MA.35

	22	M	viii.	JOSEPH GOODENOW was born on 28 Feb 1644 in
Marlborough, MA.

	23	M	ix.	SAMUEL GOODENOW was born on 28 Feb 1645/1646 in
Sudbury, MA. He died 2 Aug 1722, Ae 76 in Marlborough, MA.36

SAMUEL married MARY 

	24	F	x.	SUSANNA GOODENOW was born on 21 Dec 1647 in
Sudbury, MA.

SUSANNA married (1) JOHN REDIAT about 1670.  John was born on
19 Apr 1644, son of JOHN REDIAT & ANN DOLT in Sudbury,
MA.37 He died 1676 King Philip's War.38

SUSANNA also married (2) JOHN MILES on 2 Oct 1679 in Concord,
MA.39 John died on 26 Aug 1693 in Concord, MA.40


	25	F	xi.	JANE GOODENOW died on 6 Dec 1708 in Concord, MA.41

JANE married (1) CHRISTOPHER BANNISTER in 1672.42
Christopher died on 30 Mar 1678 in Marlborough, MA.43

Christopher had been convicted of fornication with Mary Parmenter in
1665.44 

JANE also married (2) NATHANIEL BILLINGS, son of JOHN
BILLINGS and ELIZABETH HASTINGS.  19 May 1679 .45
      Nathaniel died on 27 Aug 1714 in Concord, MA.46


	26	F	xii.	ELIZABETH GOODENOW died on 28 Dec 1653 in Sudbury,
MA.47


	11.	EDMUND GOODENOW (THOMAS A., JOHN) was born about 1611
in England. He died on 5 Apr 1688 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA and was buried in
First Burying Ground, Wayland, MA.48

Edmund Goodenow came from Wiltshire, England, Donhead St. Parish  where he
was a churchwarden.  In 1636 he was admonished by the church for neglecting his
parish church and attending another church.  As punishment he was required to do
public penance and contribute money to the parish poor. 49In July of 1637, Edmund
appeared before an archdeacon of his church "for going to Shaftesbury to church on
Sunday and Holy Days." These disagreements with his church probably played a large
part in Edmund's decision to come to New England.50

Edmund & Ann, their servant Robert Sanger and Edmund's brothers John &
Thomas and his sister Ursula came to New England on the ship CONFIDENCE which
sailed from Southampton, England in April of 1638.  The Goodenows were listed
on the passenger list thusly:

       Edmund Goodenow of Dunhead in Wilsheire - Husbandman age 27
       Ann Goodenow his wife
       John Goodenow their sonne
       Thomas Goodenow 4 years and under
       Richard Sanger his servant

Edmund Goodenow settled in Sudbury, MA (after a brief time at Watertown)
where he was an original proprietor and leading citizen. The houselot assigned to him
was on the north street, the third east of the meetinghouse adjacent to that of John
Haynes.51  Edmund was a freeman 13 May 1640.52   Edmund was Sudburys first town
constable in 1639.53  He also served at various times as selectman, juryman,
representative to the General Court, fence viewer and other offices.54   In the Year 1648
he was appointed by the Town of Sudbury to lay out a highway from the Watertown
boundary to Dunster's farm. 55 In 1653 he & Hugh Griffin were given the task of
dividing the "shot and over-plus of bullets" to the inhabitants. 56 In 1666 Edmund
deposed stating he was about 55 years old.57 In 1669 Edmund and two others were in
charge of  the town power barrel 58Edmund was a Captain in the militia during the King
Philip war.59 The Goodenow Garrison used for protection during the Indian Wars was
probably built by Edmund 60

EDMUND married ANN.  Ann perhaps daughter of JOHN BARRY/BERRY61
was born 1608 and  died 9 Mar 1675 Ae 67 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.62

EDMUND and ANN had the following children:63

+	27	M	i.	JOHN GOODENOW was born about 1630/1634 and died on 6 Aug
1721.

	28	M	ii.     THOMAS GOODENOW was born about 1634.

	29	F	iii.    HANNAH GOODENOW was born on 28 Nov 1639 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA. She was living 1725 in Westerly, RI.64

HANNAH married JAMES PENDLETON on 29 Apr 1656 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA.65 James son of BRIAN PENDLETON &
ELEANOR PRICE died on 29 Nov 1709 in Westerly, RI.66 James had
married 1 MARY PALMER 22 Oct. 1647 in Sudbury, MA.67
Mary died  7 Nov. 1655 Sudbury, MA.68

	30	F	iv.	SARAH GOODENOW was born on 17 Mar 1642 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA.
SARAH married JOHN KETTLE, son of RICHARD KETTLE and
ESTHER WARD. John was born on 6 Dec 1639 in Charleston, MA69

	31	M	v.	JOSEPH GOODENOW was born on 19 Jul 1645 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA. He died 30 May 1676 Ae 31 in Sudbury, Middlesex
Co., MA and was buried in First Burying.Ground, Wayland, MA.70

                          Fourth Generation

	27.	JOHN GOODENOW (EDMUND, THOMAS A., JOHN) was born about 1630/1634 in
England. He died on 6 Aug 1721 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.71
  
John Goodenow was a Captain in the Sudbury militia and was a prominent
person in the town being often mentioned in the town records.  The following
are but a few of the things he was involved in:  The people of Sudbury were called to
meeting by the beating of a drum.  In 1652 John Goodenow, son of Edmund, beat the
drum twice every lecture day  and twice every forenoon and twice upon every Lordís
day to give notice what time to come to meeting. He was paid 20 shillings for year for
this service.72  In 1654 was discharged  from the townís engagement  for this work.73
On 26 Mar 1677 John Goodenow, among others, was granted liberty by the town to
build a saw mill.74  About the Year 1677/78 during the illness of Rev. Edmund Browne,
the town minister, John offered his services to fetch and return preachers from
surrounding towns to conduct church services.75  In 1688 he was one of the keepers of
the town ammunition.76  He was probably the John Goodenow who with Edward
Wright purchased a bell for the second Sudbury Meetinghouse for 25 pounds 77

In 1697 Capt. John was convicted of adultery and was forced to resign from all
offices78 Publicly the Capt. had monopolized town offices and corruptly misued his
power. 79 He cheated at horse trading, been censured for drunkenness by fellow church
members and attended only half the services.80 A complaint was filed "When he is
absent from meeting, the wife of John Brooks is absent also"81 Mary Clap complained
that " Being at John Brooks house during meeting Capt. John Goodenow entered.  When
he thought me asleepe he went to the bedside where Goodwife Brooks lay.  I did hear
then discorse in such a manner as was not mete for any but a man and his wife.  The
wife of John Brooks said that the custom of women was uppon her and that her body
was much swollen.  Capt. Goodenow said he hoped not so. Goody Brooks said it is & if
you will not believe me....." 82 Other accusations were made against the Captain.
concerning his behavior with Mrs. Brooks.83         

On 1 Aug. 1721 Edmund Goodenow was appointed administrator of his father's
estate.  The bond of administration was for 500 pounds and sureties were John
Rice and Hopeful ?.  The deceased was referred to as Captain John Goodenow and this 
document was witnessed by Joseph Patterson  and ??84 

Settlement of estate of Capt. John Goodenow, an affidavit dated 15 Feb.
1722 by Edmund Goodenow in which he swore that he  notified all heirs except
Dorothy Peckham & Hannah Smith.  Leaves from John's Account Book are a part of
the estate settlement papers and the entry for Dorothy Peckham reads "to
Dorothy Peckham 2 cows @@ L6:10:0, in cloth and other household goods L2:0:0, a
table & chair & 2 bushels of wheat L1:10:0, acre of land to plant,L12:0:0, bed &
bedding L1:0:0 - if ever Dorthy Peckham or any of her heirs appear my pleasure is that
they may be endowed L40 out of my estate.  John Peckham took  his wife to North
Carolina where he died leaving issue.85

JOHN married (1) MARY AXTELL, daughter of THOMAS AXTELL and MARY, on
12 Sep 1656 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.86 Mary was christened on 25 Sep 1639 in
Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England.87 She died on 14 Apr 1704 in Sudbury, Middlesex
Co., MA.88


JOHN and MARY had the following children:89

	32	F	i.	HANNAH GOODENOW was born on 15 Dec 1657 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA. She died 22 Nov 1691 Ae 83 in Sudbury, Middlesex
Co., MA.90

Hannah was convicted of fornication in 1678.91 

HANNAH married JAMES SMITH, son of THOMAS SMITH and
MARY KNAPP, on 25 Mar 1680 in Sudbury, MA.92 James was born on
18 Sep 1637 in Watertown, MA.93 He died in 1701 in Lancaster, MA.94


	33	F	ii.   MARY GOODENOW was born on 19 Oct 1659 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA. She died on 2 Aug 1687 in Westfield, MA.95

MARY married SAMUEL BUSH, son of JOHN BUSH and
ELIZABETH. Samuel died on 7 May 1733 in Westfield, MA.96

	34	M	iii.     EDMUND GOODENOW was born on 16 Oct 1661 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA. He died on 31 May 1727 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co.,
MA.97

EDMUND married (1) DOROTHY MANN on 6 Jun 1686 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA98 Dorothy died on 8 Apr 1689 in Sudbury, Middlesex
Co., MA.99

EDMUND also married (2) SARAH. Sarah died 6 Nov 1691 wife Of
Edmund in Sudbury, MA.100

EDMUND also married (3) REBECKAH GRAVES, daughter of JOHN
GRAVES and MARY. Rebeckah  was born on 7 Nov 1676 in Sudbury,
MA.101 She died 6 Feb 1719/1720 wife Of Edmund in Sudbury, Middlesex
Co., MA.102

	35	F	iv.	SARAH GOODENOW was born on 26 Feb 1663 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA. She died on 5 Jan 1664/1665 in Sudbury, Middlesex
Co., MA.103

	36	F	v.	SARAH GOODENOW was born on 2 Jul 1666 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA.

SARAH married WILLIAM WALKER, son of THOMAS WALKER
and MARY STONE, on 6 May 1686 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.
104William was born on 22 Jul 1676 in Sudbury, MA.105 He died on 3 Oct
1732 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.106

	37	M	vi.	JOHN GOODENOW was born on 9 Sep 1670 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA. He died about 1735.107

JOHN married (1) RUTH WILLIS, daughter of ROGER WILLIS and
RUTH HILL, on 28 Feb 1689 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.108
John also married (2) SARAH HAYNES. Sarah was born about 1672. She
died on 25 Mar 1723 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.109
John also married (3) MARY LIVINGSTON LIVERMORE on 17 Aug
1734 in Watertown, MA.110

+	38	F	vii.	ELIZABETH GOODENOW was born on 18 Nov 1672.

	39	M	viii.	JOSEPH GOODENOW was born on 1 Dec 1674 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA. He died on 3 Sep 1758 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co.,
MA.111


JOSEPH married PATIENCE. Patience died on 23 Feb 1732 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA.112


	40	F	ix.	LYDIA GOODENOW was born on 18 Oct 1678 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA. She died on 21 Apr 1679 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co.,
MA.113

	41	F	x.	MARY GOODENOW was born on 8 Nov 1680 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA. She died on 1 Sep 1710 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co.,
MA.114

MARY married JOSEPH PATTERSON son of  JAMES PATTERSON
& REBECCA STEPHENSON on 22 Sep 1701 in Sudbury, Middlesex
Co., MA.115 Joseph was born on 1 Jan 1677 in Billerica, MA.116  He died
about 1736 in Watertown, MA.117  Joseph m2 MARY.118 He m3
REBECCA (Myrick) LIVERMORE 19 Sept. 1734 Watertown, MA.119 

	42	F	xi.	DOROTHY GOODENOW was born about 1668.

Dorothy was living in 1721 in South Carolina.120 

DOROTHY married JOHN PECKHAM on 9 Dec 1687 in Bristol, RI.
121 John died before 1721 in So Carolina.122

                       Fifth Generation

	38.	ELIZABETH GOODENOW (JOHN, EDMUND, THOMAS A., JOHN) was born on
18 Nov 1672 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.

ELIZABETH married JOSIAH HAYDEN, son of JOHN Jr. HAYDEN and HANNAH
AMES, on 6 Mar 1691 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA.123 Josiah was born on 19 Jun
1669 in Braintree, MA.124 He died on 9 Dec 1730 in Sudbury, MA.125SEE  DR. ELIAS
HAYDEN OF HOPKINTON MASSACHUSETTS, HIS ANCESTRY &
DESCENDANTS BY COMPILER
 
JOSIAH and ELIZABETH had the following children:126
	43	M	i.   ELISHA HAYDEN was born say 1690 probably  in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA.

	44	M	ii.   JOSIAH Jr. HAYDEN was born about 1692. 

	45	M	iii.   EBENEZER HAYDEN was born about 1695.
.
	46	F	iv.    MARY HAYDEN was born on 4 Apr 1697 in Braintree, MA. 

	47	M	v.     JOSEPH HAYDEN was born on 4 May 1699 in Braintree, MA. 

	48	M	vi.     MOSES HAYDEN was born on 9 Nov 1700 in Braintree, MA. 

	49	F	vii.     ELIZABETH HAYDEN.

	50	M	viii.      URIAH HAYDEN was born on 10 Nov 1701 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA. .

	51	M	ix.         JOHN HAYDEN was born on 18 Jul 1703 in Sudbury, Middlesex
Co., MA. .

	52	F	x.           ABIGAIL HAYDEN was born on 6 Apr 1705 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA.

	53	M	xi.	EDMUND HAYDEN was born on 1 Nov 1706 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA.

	54	M	xii.	PHINEAS HAYDEN was born on 2 Jun 1707 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA.

	55	M	xiii.	NATHANIEL HAYDEN was born on 31 Mar 1709/1710 in
Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA. 

	56	F	xiv.	RUTH HAYDEN was born on 28 Jun 1714 in Sudbury,
Middlesex Co., MA.




END NOTES
1.  The American Genealogist Oct. 1976 #52:208 and Theodore James Fleming Banvard Goodenows who originated in Sudbury Massachusetts 1638 A.D. {Baltimore, Gateway Press Inc.,1994} 1
2.  Ibid
3.  Ibid
4.  Ibid
5.  Ibid
6.  Ibid
7.  Ibid & probate record
8.  Sudbury MA printed VR, 306
9.  Middlesex PR #9385
10. Marlborough MA printed VR, 388
11. Ibid
12. Sudbury MA printed VR, 305
13. TAG 61:65
14. Middlesex PR 9346} See Register XIX 43
15. Sudbury MA printed VR 305
16. Middlesex PR #9343
17. See Note #1
18. Dedham MA printed VR, 127
19. Ibid, 15 See Register 57:101
20. Dedham MA VR, 127
21. Parish Register
22. Dedham MA printed VR, 20
23. Ibid, 5
24. Middlesex PR #9384
25. TAG 52:208
26. Middlesex PR #9384
27. 1st 2 Banvard,others Sudbury MA printed VR 56-57 
28. Marlborough MA printed VR,361
29. Ibid, 258
30  Roger  Thompson, Sex in Middlesex {Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press,1989} 99 hereinafter Thompson 
31, Sudbury MA printed VR, 203
32. Sudbury MA printed VR 
33. Marlborough MA printed VR, 257
34. Middlesex PR #1125 {will}
35. Sudbury MA printed VR 306
36. Sudbury MA printed VR 306
37. Sudbury MA printed VR,
38. Banvard, 10
39. Concord MA printed VR, 23
40. Ibid, 56
41. Ibid
42. Thompson,  99
43. Marlborough MA printed VR, 339 & Middlesex PR 999 Adm.
44. Thompson, 99
45. Concord MA VR,70
46. Concord MA printed VR, 86 "drown in a spring when going to drink"
47. Sudbury MA printed VR, 305
48. Wayland Cem.(formerly East Sudbury Cem.) died 2 Apr 1688, ae 77 yrs (Wayland MA printed VR, 139
49. Somner Chilton Powell, Puritan Village  - The formation of a New England Town {Middletown, CT, Wesleyan University Press, 1963}90/91 hereinafter Powell
50. Ibid
51. Alfred S. Hudson , History of Sudbury, Massachusetts 1638 - 1889  {Sudbury Press reprint 1968}  34
52. Ibid, 34
53. Powell  123
54. Ibid
55. Hudson, 91
56. Ibid 131
57. Ibid, 31
58. Ibid, 131
59. Ibid, 34, 205
60, Ibid, 34
61. Banvard, 6
62. Wayland MA printed VR 139
63. First two children were born in England.  The others were born in Sudbury, MA printed VR, 56-57
64. Everett Hale Pendleton, Brian Pendleton & his descendants 1599-1910 {pvt printed 1910/11} 36/37 
65. Sudbury MA printed VR, 202
66. E. H. Pendleton, 36/37
67. Ibid
68. Ibid
69. Charlestown MA printed VR, 4
70. Sudbury MA printed VR, 305 & Wayland MA printed VR 139 
71. Ibid, 306
72. Hudson, 103
73. Ibid
74. Hudson, 260
75. Ibid, 261
76. Hudson
77. Ibid, 266
78. Thompson, 100
79. Ibid, 172
80. Ibid
81. Ibid
82. Ibid
83. Ibid
84. Bond of Administration Middlesex PR #9347
85. Boston Transcript dated 29 Nov. 1922 #2645
86. Sudbury MA printed VR
87. Carson A. Axtell, Axtell Genealogy  {New Bedford CT, Darwin Press, 1945} 418
88. Sudbuty MA printed VR, 306
89. Ibid,  326
90. Ibid,  326
91. Thompson, 100
92. Sudbury MA printed VR, 203
93. Watertown MA printed VR
94. Adm. of Estate: Middlesex MA PR #20644 - estate distributed 8 Apr. 1701 to widow Hannah, sons James, Samuel, John, Joseph, Benjamin, Daniel, daughters Hannah & Sarah
95. Westfield MA VRS NEHG (newenglandancestors.org)
96. Ibid
97. Sudbury MA printed VR, 306
98. Ibid
99. Ibid, 305
100.Sudbury MA printed VR. 306
101.Ibid
102 Ibid, 306
103.Ibid
104.Ibid, 203
105.Ibid, 147
106.Ibid, 328
107.Middlesex PR #9349
108.Sudbury MA printed VR, 293
109.Ibid
110.Watertown MA printed VR, 2:74
111.Sudbury MA printed VR, 305
112.Ibid, 306
113.Ibid,,305
114.Ibid, 305
115.Ibid, 203
116.Billerica MA printed VR
117.Will Middlesex PR Docket #17054
118.Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the early settlers  of Watertown Massachusetts including Waltham and Weston {Boston, NEHGS, 1860} 392
119.Watertown MA printed VR 2:74
120.Boston Transcript dated 29 Nov. 1922 #2645
121.Ibid
122.Ibid
123.Sudbury MA printed VR, 209
124.Braintree MA printed VR
125.Sudbury MA printed VR, 309
126.Josiahís will Middlesex PR #1088 & Children: 4-6 Braintree MA VRS, others Sudbury MA printed VRS 62-65