1William Henry Harrison Stowell, Four Generations of Descendants of Samuel Hyde of Newton, Mass., NEHGR Vol. 71, pp. 149-151 (Apr 1917).
"5. JONATHAN3 HYDE (Job,2 Samuel1), born at Cambridge 22 May 1684, died at Newton 2 Aug. 1731. He married at Cambridge, 4 Apr. 1706, HANNAH DANA, born at Cambridge 25 Oct. 1685, died at Canterbury, Conn., 20 Mar. 1748 [? 1747/8], aged 62, daughter of Jacob and Patience. She married secondly, at Canterbury, Conn., 28 Oct. 1735, as his third wife, Henry Adams, born at Medfield 29 Oct. 1663, died at Canterbury, Conn., 28 June 1749.*
Jonathan Hyde was brought up by his maternal grandfather, John Fuller, who in his will mentions Jonathan as the youngest of the children of his daughter Elizabeth, wife of Job Hide. (Middlesex Probate Files, 8745.)
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i. HANNAH,4 bapt. at Cambridge 12 Jan. 1706/7.
7. ii. JOSIAH, b. at Newton 7 Nov. 1708 and bapt. at Cambridge 14 Nov. 1708.
8. iii. JONATHAN, bapt. at Cambridge, 7 Jan. 1710/11.
iv. ABIGAIL (probably dau. of Jonathan),† b. in 1712; m. (1) at Newton, 17 Feb. 1731/2, ISAAC STOWELL, b. 1708, s. of Israel and Abigail; m. (2) at Dedham, 8 July 1760, JAMES DUFF of Roxbury.
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9. v. CALEB, b. at Newton in 1713 or 1714.
vi. THANKFUL, b. at Newton abt. 1717.
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vii. SAMUEL, b. at Newton 7 Sept. 1719; probably d. young.
viii. JOSHUA, b. at Newton 12 Oct. 1722.
ix. MARY, b. at Newton abt. 1724; m. at Canterbury, Conn., 27 Dec. 1742, JACOB SMITH, who d. at Canterbury, Conn., 26 Feb. 1782.
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x. SAMUEL, b. abt. 1727.
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1Loren Pinckney Waldo, Charles Edward Waldo, Sarah Goss Waters, The Genealogy and Biography of the Waldos of America from 1650 to 1883, p.9 (1883).
"DEA. CORNELIUS WALDO
Cornelius Waldo, the first by that name permanently located in this country, came from England and settled in Ipswich, Mass., according to "Savage's Genealogy of Early Settlers", in 1654. Married hannah, daughter of John and Eliza Coggswell. Children: John, Cornelius, Daniel, Rebecca, Jonathan.
Dea. Waldo removed, in 1655 or 1657, to Chelmsford, Mass. The records refer to him constantly as deacon. He was a deacon of a church during his life, of which Rev. Mr. Fiske was pastor. He owned considerable real estate in Chelmsford, and was at one time an inn-keeper there; and the spacious, comfortable old tavern, with its hospitable landlard, was a favorite among the traveling public of that remote day, when, instead of the steam coach, the "four-in-hand" came rolling up to the door at regular intervals, when the general overturning of baggage and turning out of passengers indicated a short respite and a few hours or night's rest for the weary traveler. Many prominent personages stopped at the inn. It is quite probable the Rev. Edward Bulkeley died there. He also owned a farm in North Chelmsford, Mass., where he settled his son Daniel, who built a grist mill on it in 1695, at the mouth of Stony Brook, below the way that leads to Dunstable, Mass. A grist mill and saw mill were standing upon this spot as late as 1820. THe deacon was a leading man in Chelmsford. He died in 1701, June or Jan. 3. His property was divided among his children.".