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732. Lawrence8 MCKENZIE; born circa 1740 at Ireland;[954],[955] married Mary Craig (see #733);[867] died "aged 67" 17 Mar 1807 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[889]

He emigrated in 1750 to New York, British America.[956] Lawrence and Mary had six children, beginning in New York, to Trois-Rivières in 1781, and New Carlisle by 1789: Patrick McKenzie, b.EST 1767, d.New Carlisle, QC; Eleanor McKenzie, b.c. 1770, d.27 Sep 1827; Margaret McKenzie, b.EST 1772, d.c. 1830; Sarah McKenzie, b.09 Jul 1781; Ann McKenzie, b.c. 1783, d.1870; Brigid McKenzie, b.19 Jan 1789.[889] It has been recorded that "Lawrence McKenzie, UE claim, 1783 at Machiche. Native of Ireland, emigrated in 1750, lived 14 years at Skeensborough NY. A Protestant, he abjured shortly before his death."[957]

Children of Lawrence8 McKenzie and Mary Craig (see #733) were:

733. Mary8 CRAIG; married Lawrence McKenzie (see #732).[867]



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    736. John8 WHEELER (child of William, #1472);[958],[959] born 10 May 1668 at Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts Bay Colony, British America;[960],[961],[962] married Elizabeth Perkins (see #737), daughter of William Perkins and Elizabeth Ault, 1693 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[963],[281],[964] died "killed by Indians" 27 Apr 1706 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America, at age 37.[965]

    Children of John8 Wheeler and Elizabeth Perkins (see #737) were as follows:

    737. Elizabeth8 PERKINS (child of William, #1474);[967],[967] born circa 1670 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[143],[968] born 1670 at Stratford, Coös Co., New Hampshire, British America;[969],[970] married John Wheeler (see #736), son of William Wheeler and Hannah Buss, 1693 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[963],[281],[964] died "killed by Indians" 27 Apr 1706 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[143],[971]



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      738. John8 DREW (child of Francis, #1476);[972],[973] died "killed by Indians" 27 Apr 1706 at New Hampshire, British America.[974]

      During the Oyster River Massacre (1694), "there were fifteen in the Drew family at the time... John Drew was put out of the window and escaped."[975],[976]

      Children of John8 Drew and an unknown spouse were as follows:

      • 369. i. Mary7 Drew.

      • ii. Joanna Drew;[977] married Zachariah Edgerly 11 May 1727.[978]



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      740. Jeremiah8 BURNHAM (child of Robert, #1480);[979],[980] born 1653 at British America;[981],[982] married Temperance Bickford (see #741), daughter of John Bickford and Temperance Hull, circa 1689;[983],[984] married Mary Diamond;[985] died before 5 Jun 1718 at Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[986]

      Jeremiah Burnham was selectman in 1694, and sergeant in 1702.[987]

      Children of Jeremiah8 Burnham and Temperance Bickford (see #741) were as follows:

      • 370. i. Robert7 Burnham.

      • ii. Sarah Burnham;[988],[988] married Jonathan Thompson 23 Jun 1717.[989]

      • iii. John Burnham;[988],[988] married Lydia Chesley 9 Jan 1717/18.[989]

      • iv. James Burnham;[988],[988] married Sarah Rogers;[989] married Relief Bunker.[989]

      • v. Temperance Burnham.[988],[988]

      • vi. Elizabeth Burnham;[988],[988] died "killed by Native Americans" 28 May 1724.[990]

      • vii. Hannah Burnham;[988],[988] born 13 May 1690;[990] married Colonel Samuel Smith, son of Joseph Smith and Elizabeth Bickford, 10 Feb 1709 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[991]

      741. Temperance8 BICKFORD (child of John, #1482);[992],[993] born circa 1670 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[994] married Jeremiah Burnham (see #740), son of Robert Burnham and Francis (--?--), circa 1689.[983],[984]



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        742. Captain John8 SMITH (child of Joseph, #1484);[995],[995] born 9 Jan 1669 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[996],[997],[998],[999] married Susanna Chesley (see #743), daughter of Thomas Chesley and Elizabeth Thomas, 17 Jun 1694 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., Barnstable Co., New Hampshire, British America;[1000],[1001] died 14 May 1744 at Durham, New Hampshire, British America, at age 75.[996]

        Children of Captain John8 Smith and Susanna Chesley (see #743) were as follows:

        • i. John7 Smith;[1002],[1002] born 18 May 1695 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[1003] died 17 Dec 1747 at age 52.[1004]

        • 371. ii. Elizabeth Smith.

        • iii. Joseph Smith;[1002],[1002] born 7 Sep 1701 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[1003]

        • iv. Hannah Smith;[1002],[1002] born 30 Sep 1703 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[1003] died 1761.[1004]

        • v. Samuel Smith;[1002],[1002] born 6 Feb 1706 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[1003] married Margaret Lindall 17 Jan 1733.[1005]

        • vi. Benjamin Smith;[1002],[1002] born 22 Mar 1709 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[1003]

        • vii. Ebenezer Smith;[1002],[1002] born 6 Jun 1712 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[1003]

        • viii. Winthrop Smith;[1002],[1002] born 30 May 1714 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[1003] died 1728.[1004]

        743. Susanna8 CHESLEY (child of Thomas, #1486);[1006],[1006] born circa 1668 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[1007],[1008] married Captain John Smith (see #742), son of Joseph Smith and Elizabeth Bickford, 17 Jun 1694 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., Barnstable Co., New Hampshire, British America;[1000],[1001] died 24 Mar 1745/46 at Durham, New Hampshire, British America.[580],[1009]



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          1456. Tobias9 BECKER.

          Children of Tobias9 Becker and an unknown spouse were:



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          1458. Johann Adam9 FISCHERIN.

          Children of Johann Adam9 Fischerin and an unknown spouse were:



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          1462. Jean9 MICHEL DIT OLIVIER; born circa 1695 at Nantes, France;[1010] married Magdaleine Capela (see #1463), daughter of Guillaume Capela and unknown (--?--), circa 1740 at Grande-Rivière, Le Rocher-Percé, Canada (Québec), Nouvelle-France (New France).[1011]

          Children of Jean9 Michel dit Olivier and Magdaleine Capela (see #1463) were:

          1463. Magdaleine9 CAPELA (child of Guillaume, #2926);[951],[951] born after 1708 at Baie des Chaleurs, Canada (Québec), Nouvelle-France (New France);[952] married Jean Michel dit Olivier (see #1462) circa 1740 at Grande-Rivière, Le Rocher-Percé, Canada (Québec), Nouvelle-France (New France).[1011]



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            1472. William9 WHEELER (child of George, #2944);[1012],[1013] born 30 Jan 1629/30 at Cranfield, Co. Bedforshire, England;[143],[1014],[1015] married Hannah Buss (see #1473), daughter of Lieutenant William Buss and Ann (--?--), 30 Oct 1659 at Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts Bay Colony, British America;[1016] died 31 Dec 1683 at British America at age 53.[1017]

            He emigrated in 1638 to Concord, Massachusetts Bay Colony, British America; with his parents.[1018]

            Children of William9 Wheeler and Hannah Buss (see #1473) were as follows:

            1473. Hannah9 BUSS (child of William, #2946);[1022],[1022] born 18 Feb 1640/41;[1023] married William Wheeler (see #1472), son of George Wheeler and Katherine Pyn, 30 Oct 1659 at Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts Bay Colony, British America.[1016]



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              1474. William9 PERKINS (child of William, #2948);[967] born 1639;[1024],[1025] married Elizabeth Ault (see #1475), daughter of John Ault and Remembrance Tibbetts, 28 Jan 1669 at Stratford, Coös Co., New Hampshire, British America;[1026],[1027] died 1732 at Rye, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire, British America.[969],[1025],[1028]

              He lived in 1732 at New Market, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire, British America.[1029]

              Children of William9 Perkins and Elizabeth Ault (see #1475) were as follows:

              • i. John8 Perkins;[967],[967] born 1669 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[969] married Rebecca Smart;[1026] died 1758 at New Market, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire, British America.[969]

              • 737. ii. Elizabeth Perkins.

              1475. Elizabeth9 AULT (child of John, #2950);[967],[967] born 1643 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[969] married William Perkins (see #1474), son of William Perkins, 28 Jan 1669 at Stratford, Coös Co., New Hampshire, British America;[1026],[1027] died 29 Sep 1691 at Sandy Beach (Rye), Rockingham Co., New Hampshire, British America.[969]



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                1476. Francis9 DREW (child of William, #2952);[1030],[1031] born 1648;[1032] married Lydia Bickford (see #1477), daughter of John Bickford and Temperance Hull, circa 1672;[1033] died at the Oyster River Massacre 18 Jul 1694 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[1032]

                He was killed when Native Americans masacred many settlers. "Pike's Journal records the terrible event in the following laconic sentences: 'The Indians fell suddenly & unexpectedly upon Oyster River about break of day. Took 3 garrisons (being deserted or not defended) killed & carried away 94 persons, & burnt 13 houses...' Francis Drew... surrendered [his house] at Drew's Point, on promise of quarter. He is supposed to have killed an Indian, whose bones were found in the house after it was burned. Francis Drew attempted to escape and ran towards the Adams garrison but was overtaken by the Indians, bound and tomahawked. His wife was carried away and was rendered so feeble by hunger that she was left to die in the woods" on 18 Jul 1694 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[1034]

                Children of Francis9 Drew and Lydia Bickford (see #1477) were as follows:

                • 738. i. John8 Drew.

                • ii. Thomas Drew;[1035],[1035] born circa 1672.[1036]

                  At the masacre of 1694, "Thomas and wife were captured by Indians... He was taken to Canada and his wife to Norridgewock (now in Maine). Both returned before 1698. They lived on the shore of Little Bay, north of Branson's Creek, where they are said to have had fourteen children."[1037],[1038]

                1477. Lydia9 BICKFORD (child of John, #1482);[1039],[1039] married Francis Drew (see #1476), son of William Drew and Elizabeth Matthews, circa 1672;[1033] died at the Oyster River Massacre 18 Jul 1694 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[1032]



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                  1480. Robert9 BURNHAM (child of Robert, #2960);[1040],[1041] born 1624 at Norwich, Co. Norfolk, England;[1042],[1043],[1044],[1045] married Francis (--?--) (see #1481) 1646 at Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts, British America;[1000],[1046] died at the house of his brother Thomas 13 Jun 1691 at Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts, British America.[661],[1047]

                  He emigrated on 15 Aug 1635 to British America; aboard the Angel Gabriel, shipwrecked off the coast of Pemiquid, Maine. Robert, his uncle, and two brothers all made it to shore. A chest belonging to the three Burnham brothers, was thrown overboard and lost. The Burnhams traveled to Ipswich, Massachusetts, where they settled for a short period of time.[1048],[1049],[1050],[1051] He lived in 1635 at Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts Bay Colony, British America.[1052],[1053] He lived in 1644 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts Bay Colony, British America.[1054] He lived in 1654 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America; where the couple purchased 200 acres of land in New Hampshire located in Oyster River, a small settlement in Durham. Soon after, the couple began having children and their family grew. Oyster River was the scene of numerous Indian attacks in the early days of the settlement, including an August 1689 attack that killed Robert Hutchins, the husband of Robert Burnham's daughter, Sarah. The Indians held Sarah captive for a year before she was released. Nearly the entire settlement of Oyster River was destroyed, with 23 settlers killed and another 29 taken captive. A militia from Boston caught up with the Indians a month later, and marched 200 of them to Boston where most were hung and a few sold into slavery. In March 1690, the Indians again attacked Oyster River in what is known as the "Salmon Falls Raid." In that attack, 34 settlers were killed and 54 taken captive. these raids were part of a bigger conflict, the King William War, raging in the colonies between the British and the French-Indian alliance.[1055],[1056] He left a will on 12 Jun 1691; in which he gave to his son Samuel 200 acres of land at "Lampereall" (Lamprey River) and the tools at Chebacco (Ipswich); to his son Jeremiah the marsh at Pitman's at Oyster River and the tools there.[1057]

                  Children of Robert9 Burnham and Francis (--?--) (see #1481) were as follows:

                  • i. Robert8 Burnham;[1058],[1058] born 25 Jul 1647;[1059] died 25 Feb 1663 at age 15.[1059]

                  • ii. Samuel Burnham;[1058],[1058] born 1649;[1059] died before 1720.[1059]

                  • iii. Elizabeth Burnham;[1058],[1058] born 27 Aug 1651;[1059] married John Davis Jun. 1684;[1060],[1061] died in the Oyster River Massacre, along with her husband and several children 17 Jul 1694 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America, at age 42.[1062]

                  • 740. iv. Jeremiah Burnham.

                  • v. Sarah Burnham;[1058],[1058] born 1654;[1059] married James Huckins 1673;[1060] married Captain John Woodman 1700;[1060],[1063] died 1704 at Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[1064]

                    Sarah's husband was killed in a raid by Indians. "Lieut. Huckins' widow [Sarah] was recovered after a year of captivity at Fort Androscoggin, which

                    was located on Laurel Hill, Auburn, Me."[1065]

                  • vi. Robert Burnham;[1058],[1058] born 21 Feb 1664;[1059] died "died young" circa 1664.[1066]

                  1481. Francis9 (--?--); married Robert Burnham (see #1480), son of Robert Burnham and Mary Andrews, 1646 at Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts, British America.[1000],[1046]



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                    1482. John9 BICKFORD; born circa 1612 at Ratterye, Co. Devon, England;[1067],[1068] married Temperance Hull (see #1483), daughter of Reverend Joseph Hull;[1069] died 12 Feb 1685 at Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[1070]

                    He lived in 1645 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[1071] He lived in 1648 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America; appearing on the first tax roll.[1072]

                    Children of John9 Bickford and Temperance Hull (see #1483) were as follows:

                    1483. Temperance9 HULL (child of Joseph, #2966);[1073] born 1626;[1075] married John Bickford (see #1482).[1069]

                    She emigrated on 25 Mar 1635 to Weymouth, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts Bay Colony, British America; with her father.[1077]



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                      1484. Joseph9 SMITH; born 1640 at England;[996] married Elizabeth Bickford (see #1485), daughter of John Bickford and Temperance Hull, circa 1668;[1074] died 15 Dec 1727 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[996]

                      He emigrated to British America; possibly as a relative of Charles Adams' wife Rebecca Smith, who settled in Oyster River Plantation.[996] He lived in 1660 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America; 40 acres on north side of Oyster River, plus a house lot.[1078] He was a Quaker.[1079]

                      Children of Joseph9 Smith and Elizabeth Bickford (see #1485) all born at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America, were as follows:

                      • 742. i. Captain John8 Smith.

                      • ii. Mary Smith;[995],[995] born 1670.[996]

                      • iii. Elizabeth Smith;[995],[995] born 1672.[996]

                      • iv. Colonel Samuel Smith;[1002],[1002] born 16 Jun 1687;[1003] married Hannah Burnham, daughter of Jeremiah Burnham and Temperance Bickford, 10 Feb 1709 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[991] died 2 May 1760 at age 72.[1004]

                      1485. Elizabeth9 BICKFORD (child of John, #1482);[1073],[1073] married Joseph Smith (see #1484) circa 1668;[1074] died 25 May 1727 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[996]



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                        1486. Thomas9 CHESLEY (child of Phillip, #2972);[1006],[1006] born 1644 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America;[1080] married Elizabeth Thomas (see #1487);[1081] died 15 Nov 1697 at Oyster River Plantation (Durham), Dover Twp., New Hampshire, British America.[1080]

                        Thomas Chesley's house was burned during King Phillip's (Metacomet's) War.[1082]

                        Children of Thomas9 Chesley and Elizabeth Thomas (see #1487) were:

                        1487. Elizabeth9 THOMAS; born 1646;[941] married Thomas Chesley (see #1486), son of Phillip Chesley and Elizabeth Leighton.[1081]



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                          2926. Guillaume10 CAPELA; born circa 1672 at St-Nicolas de la Grave, Gascogne (Gascony), France;[952] married unknown (--?--) (see #2927);[1011] died after 1758.[1083]

                          Guillaume Capela, a Frenchman, was a cod fisher. We know this man was instructed because he has a very fine signature. He obliged himself to stay in Gaspésie in the years 1703-1758.[1084]

                          Children of Guillaume10 Capela and unknown (--?--) (see #2927) were:

                          2927. unknown10 (--?--); married Guillaume Capela (see #2926).[1011]

                          It is said that the wife of Guillaume Capela was Native American Mi'kmaq.[1085]


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