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Edward Farmer +

1James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Vol. 2, D-J, pp. 141-142 (1860).
"FARMER, EDWARD, Billerica, s. of John of Ansley, or Anceley, near Atherstone in Warwicksh. came in 1671 or 2 with his mo. Isabella, a wid. who. m. Thomas Wiswall of Newton, outliv. him, and d. 21 May 1686 at the ho. of her s. He brot. perhaps, sis. Isabella and br. Thomas, certainly w. Mary, d. Sarah, b. a. 1669; and prob. John, 19 Aug. 1671; had here Edward, 2 Mar. 1674; Mary, 3 Nov. 1675; Barbara, at Woburn, 26 Jan. 1678, d. at 4 yrs. in B.; Eliz. 17 May 1680; Thomas 8 June, 1683; and Oliver, 2 Feb. 1686; was a useful townsman. His w. d. 26 Mar. 1719, aged a. 76, and he d. 27 May 1727, a. 87. His paternal acres through desc. of his youngest s. to wh. f. gave them is still the inherit. of 6th generat. Sarah m. Nov. 1692, Thomas Pollard; Mary m. John Dean; and Eliz. m. 29 May 1707, William Green. EDWARD, Billerica, s. of the preced. m. Mary, d. of Thomas Richardson, had mary; Andrew, b. 27 Mar. 1709; and Eliz. His w. d. 15 May 1746; and he d. 17 Dec. 1752. JOHN, Boston, a soldier in Mosley's comp. k. in the gr, fight of Philip's war, 19 Dec. 1675, JOHN, Concord, of wh. I read only, that his d. Isabel was w. of David Wyman, m. 27 Apr. 1675; and after his d. m. 19 Nov. 1679, James Blood; and was of Charlestown 1677. JOHN, Billerica, s. of first Edward, b. prob. in Eng. d. 9 Dec. 1736, aged 65, by. w. Abigail, wh. d. 20 Mar. 1754, had Dorothy, Barbara, John, Daniel, Richard, edward, Jacob, and William; but the order of his birth is uncert. OLIVER, Billerica, youngest br. of the preced. m. Abigail, d. of Ebenezer Johnson, gr.d. of Hon. William, and gr. gr.d. of Capt. Edward, auth. of Wonderwork. Provid. of Zion's Saviour in N. E. had Abigail, b. 22 Dec. 1717 d. in 3 weeks; Abigail, again, 14 Jan. 1719; Mary, 26 Aug. 1721; Sarah, 14 Dec. 1723; Betty, and Rebecca, tw. 31 may 1726; Oliver, 31 July 1728 (wh. liv. at the ancestral farm, had ch. by two ws. of wh. the first, Rachel, d. of John Shed of Pepperell, m. 5 Apr. 1757, was mo. of John, b. 1 Dec. 1762, wh. was f. by Lydia, d. of Josiah Richardson of Chelmsford, wh. he m. 24 Jan. 1788, of John, the disting. antiquary, b. 12 June 1789, so that the Memoir of him, with wh. the Geneal. Reg I. begins, ominously lost one generat. in its first paragr.); Isabella, 2 Ma. 1731; Edward, 24 Feb. 1734; and John, 7 Dec. 1737. He d. 23 Feb. 1761; and his wid. m. Capt. James Lane of Bedford.
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Mary Moore +

1Nathaniel Lane Taylor, Genealogist John Farmer Discovers his Ancestry: The Warwickshire Family of Edward1 Farmer, . . ., NEHGR, Vol. 161, pp. 296-297 (2007).
"Moore of Ernesford (Coventry)
This study of the Farmer ancestry was substantially complete when the identity of Edward1 Farmer's wife Mary was revealed in the unindexed marriage licenses for the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry: she was Mary Moore, of "Yernesford" (apparently Ernesford, Warwickshire), aged 27, at the time of her marriage to Edward Farmer, by License dated 11 April 1668[166] Ernesford was a non-parochial village on the edge of early-modern Coventry, whose inhabityants appear to have been members of the Coventry parishes. Extant Coventry parish registers (Holy Trinity and Saint Michael) revealed just one seventeenth-century baptism of a Mary Moore, which happened also to fit the projected birth year from the marriage license: Mary Moore, daughter of "Mister Doctor Joseph Moore," was baptized at Holy Trinity, Coventry, on 12 May 1640.[167] The same register soon thereafter recorded a burial for "Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, wife of Mister Doctor Joseph Moore," on 24 May 1640, perhaps following complications of childbirth. Interestingly, the other Coventry register, that of Saint Michael's, also recorded the burial of "Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, wife of Joseph doctor in phisiq," on 19 May 1640.[168] Joseph Moore disappeared from both parish registers thereafter, although many other Moores were recorded in both throughout the seventeenth century.
A monumental inscription at Saint Michael's, Coventry, provides further information on Dr. Moore's family. Joseph Moore, M.D. Oxon, erected a brass {monumental insciption] in memory of his mother, Judith, daughter of Thomas Edmonds, Esquire, and wife of John Moore, gent., who died in 1636, aged 72; and in memory of his own wife Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Harewell, Esquire, of Coventry, who died in 1640 age 23; he also commemorated four infant children.[169] The inscription revealed an Oxford degree, which was typical for people honored with the title "doctor of Physic," the highest rank of the medical spectrum in seventeenth-century England.[170] In fact this Joseph Moore attended both Cambridge and Oxford; he matriculated at Saint John's College, Cambridge, in Easter term 1617; was subsequently admitted a sizar at Queens' College, Cambridge, on 9 March 1618/9; then transferred to Oxford and received a B.A. from Saint Edmund's Hall 27 February 1621/2, followed by an M.A, 2 June 1624.<sup[171] The Cambridge entry stated that he came from Derbyshire, but not specifically where.
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Ebenezer Johnson +

1Hon. Edward Francis Johnson, Capt. Edward Johnson, of Woburn, Mass., and Some of His Descendants, NEHGR Vol. 59, pp. 84-85 (Jan 1905).
"9. EBENEZER3 JOHNSON (Maj. William,2 Capt. Edward2), born Mar. 29, 1660, married, Apr. 13, 1691, Sarah, daughter of Ensign Joseph and Rebecca (Reed) Winn of Woburn. She died Oct. 23, 1733. On July 17,1690, the Council ordered that Mr. Ebenezer Johnson of Woburn and Lieut, Barber of Medfield be immediately sent unto, requested, and impowered, "for ye Rayseing and Conducting of friend Indians . . . to ye Number of Two hundred, for the Strengthing of ye force in ye Eastern pts." (Mass. Archives, vol. 81, p. 95.)
He was a sergeant, per tax lists, from 1693 to 1736, and a selectman, 1699, 1709, '13, '16. He died March 17, 1737.
i. EBENEZER,4 b. Apr, 11, 1692; d. Apr. 14, 1692.
ii. SARAH, b, Sept. 28, 1693
iii. ABIGAIL, b. June 13, 1697; m. (1) Jan. 24, 1717, Oliver Farmer of Billerica; m. (2) May 27, 1766, Capt. James Lane of Bedford; d. Feb. 25, 1773, ae. 75.
21. iv. EBENEZER, b. Sept. 7, 1699.
v. WILLIAM, b. Sept. 7, 1699; d. Feb. 11, 1708.
22. vi. JOSEPH, b. Feb. 9, 1702.
23. vii. TIMOTHY, b. July 15, 1705.
viii. REBECCA, d. Dec. 10, 1739, aged about 31 years (gravestone).
24. ix. WILLIAM.".