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Richard Pierce

1William Richard Cutter, Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, Vol. 4, p. 1432 (1908).
"(IV) Richard Pierce or Peirce, son of Thomas Pierce or Peirce (3), was born in Middleborough, Massachusetts, April 15, 1725. Married, December 12, 1745, Mary Simmons, born October 9, 1723, daughter of Abraham and Ann (Lee) Simmons, granddaughter of John Simmons, of Freetown; great-granddaughter of Moses Simmons, Jr., the son of Moses, the immigrant, who cam over in 1621. He married (second) Lois De Moranville, his first wife being separated from him. Richard Pierce was elected a deer ward in 1752. He was a soldier in the Revolution, a sergeant in Captain Abiel Peirce's company (Second Middleborough) of militia, which marched on the Lexington alarm, April 19, 1775, to Marshfield, Massachusetts. He was corporal in Captain Levi Rounsevel's company, Colonel David Brewer's regiment (9th), at Roxbury, in the summer of 1775; also private in Captain Elisha Haskell's company, Colonel Benjamin Hawes's regiment, in the Rhode Island campaign of 1778. His son, Richard Jr., was also a soldier, serving three years in the Continental army.
Children of Richard and Mary Pierce: 1. Zilpah, born June 9, 1746, married, October 30, 1770. Michael Mosher, a soldier in the Revolution. 2. Jesse, born July 12, 1747. 3. Richard, Jr., married August 29, 1776, Lydia Booth, of Middleborough, and (second), November 28, 1789, Sarah Booth. Children of Richard and Lois (De Moranville) Pierce: 4. Abner, born April 2, 1778, married Lydia Chase. 5. Naomi, born January 19, 1782, married, August 16, 1798, Lewis de Moranville, of New Bedford. 6. Russell, born June 15, 1784, married Sybil Chase, of Freetown; she died May 24, 1855, aged seventy-one years, nine months; he lived at Long Plain, Rochester, Massachusetts. 7. Thomas, born March 1, 1787, married Phebe Strange, of Freetown, Thomas died April 24, 1850, and was buried in Freetown. 8. Eli, born January 23, 1789. 9. Levi, born May 25, 1792, died young. 10. Preserved, born March 14, 1794, married ------- Webster. 11. Zadoc, born April 19, 1796. 12. Philip P., born January 30, 1798, mentioned below. 13. Lois, married ------- Dunham. 14. Lemuel, married Rebecca C. Glover. (see Peirce Genealogy by Ebenezer W. Peirce, page 88.)
(V) Philip Paddleford Pierce, son of Richard Pierce or Peirce (4), was born in Middleborough, January 30, 1798, and was educated in the common schools there.".

Godfrey Tarbox

1Rev. Increase N. Tarbox, , John Tarbox of Lynn, and His Descendants, NEHGR Vol. 42, p. 37 (Jan 1888).
"25. GODFREY4 TARBOX (Jonathan,3 Samuel2, John1) was born in Lynn 1696; was united in marriage, March 26, 1722, with Hannah Laighton, daughter of Thomas Laighton, of Lynn. He was known both as husbandman and fisherman, and in both departments was successful. Children:
i. LYDIA,5 b. Nov.. 4, 1722; m. Dec. 7, 1741, John Porter, of Hebron, Ct.
ii. JONATHAN, b. Aug. 24, 1724; m. May 1, 1750, Abigail Bartholomew, of Hebron, Ct.
iii. THOMAS, b. April 3, 1726; m. April 18, 1754, Deborah Skinner, of Hebron, Ct.
iv. DAVID, b. March 26, 1728; m. May 30, 1754, Abigail Taylor, of Hebron, Ct.
v. HANNAH, b. May 21, 1730; m. Feb. 1, 1750, Lieut. Joshua Phelps, of Hebron, Ct.
vi. SOLOMON, b. May 30, 1733; m. Sept.4, 1755, Asenath Phelps, of Hebron, Ct.
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He died in Hebron, Dec. 29, 1768, aged 73. His wife died May 9, 1774.
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