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Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Hon. Richard* MARTIN
Birth 1630, Ottery, St Mary, Devon, England
Death 2 Apr 1694, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire22
Other Spouses Martha SYMONDS
Mary BENNING
Marriage 1 Dec 1653, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts15,71
Spouse Sarah* TUTTLE
Birth bap 4 Sep 1632, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England
Death aft 18 Apr 1670, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire22
Children:
1 F Mary MARTIN
Birth 7 Jun 1655, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts22,71
Death bef 1694
2 F Sarah MARTIN
Birth 3 Jul 1657, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts22,71
Death aft 1724
Spouse John CUTTS
Marriage 15 Jun 167222
3 M Rev. Richard MARTIN
Birth 10 Jan 1659/60, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire20,22
Death 6 Dec 1690, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire20,22
4 F Elizabeth* MARTIN
Birth 31 Jul 1662, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire20,22
Death bef 6 Dec 1712, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire22
Spouse Edward* KENNARD
Marriage 3 Jul 1682, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire33
Spouse Lt. William FURBER
Marriage contract Apr 1706, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire22
Spouse Benjamin* NASON
Marriage 27 Dec 1708, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire22,74
5 F Hannah MARTIN
Birth 2 Jan 1664/65, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire20,22
Death 12 Jan 1718/19, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire22
Spouse Richard JOSE
Marriage 16 Oct 1683, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire22,29
Spouse Edward AYER
Marriage 2 Oct 1718, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire22
6 M Michael MARTIN
Birth 3 Feb 1666/67, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire22
Death bef 14 Nov 1700
Spouse Sarah, wife of Michael Martin
7 M John MARTIN
Birth 9 Jun 1668, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire20,22
Death bef 1694
8 M Elias MARTIN
Birth 18 Apr 1670, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire20,22
Death bef 1694
Notes for Hon. Richard* MARTIN
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son of Nicholas MARTIN and Susanna
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MARTIN, Richard (Martyn), Esq., Ports. ±42 in Mar. 1672. First a Boston mariner, but not surely the factor of Robt. Hamon, merch., in July 1650, or the man going to the W.I. in 1651 (one Thos. M. was of this party), he emerges clearly when he m. there 1 Feb. 1653-4 Sarah Tuttle, dau. of John and Joan (Antrobus). In Boston liv. also his br. Michael, mariner, who m. Susannah Holyoke 12 Sept. 1656 and d. 26 Mar. 1682, ag. 60 (gr. st. with coat-of-arms, Copps Hill), his wid. and ch. Edw. and Susannah being named in Richard's will. Richard was in Portsm. 1658, bot in Great House field 1659, propr. 1660. His pub. service begins as gr.j. 1656; selectman 1669-70, 1673-75; con.t.e.s.c. 1671; Deputy 1672-73, 1679, 1692 (Speaker); Magistrate from 1676; Treas. of Prov. under Pres. Cutts; Councillor 1680 till remov. by Cranfield 1683; on Dudley's Committee of Trade and Navigation 1686; Judge Ct. of Com. Pleas 1692-3; Chief Justice Supreme Ct. of Judic. Oct. 1693 till death 2 Apr. 1694; also town clerk his last yr. His w. Sarah, alive 18 Apr. 1670, had three successors: Martha (Symonds) Dennison of Ipsw., buried 15 Feb. 1683-4; Elizabeth (Sherburne) (Langdon) Lear; and, aft. Apr 1691, Mary (Benning, sis. of Harry, q.v.) Wentworth. His will 27 Jan. 1692-3, names w. Mary, 5 ch., and others, incl. Tobias Lear and step-dau. Dorothy Wentworth. Her will, 3 Feb. 1717-8 - 11 Jan. 1730-1, gives to Wentworths. Ch. by 1st w: Mary, b. 7 June 165, not in will. Sarah, b. 3 July 1657, m. John Cutts. Richard, b. 10 Jan. 1659-60. Elizabeth, b. 31 July 1662, m. 1st Edw. Kennard, m. 2d Lt. Wm. Furber, m. 3d Benj. Nason. Hannah, b. 2 Jan. 1664-5, m. 1st Richard Jose, m. 2d Edw. Ayers. Michael, b. 3 Feb, 1666-7, only surv. son in 1700. John, b. 9 June 1668, and Elias, b. 18 Apr. 1670, neither in will. By 2d w: Nathaniel, a minor in Jan. 1692-3, wit. 17 Mar. fol. [ref 22]
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RICHARD, Portsmouth, was one of the found. of the first ch. there 1671, rep. 1672 and 9, speaker of tbe ho. and a couns. of the Prov. 1680, d. 2 Apr. 1694. He had Richard, b. 10 Jan. 1660, H. C. 1680; Elizabeth 31 July 1662; Hannah, 2 Jan. 1665; Michael, 3 Feb. 1667; John, 9 June 1668; and Elias, 18 Apr. 1670. He m. sec. w. Mary, wid. of John Denison, d. of Hon. Samuel Symonds of Ipswich, and third w. was Mary, wid. of Samuel Wentworth. [ref 20]
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MARTINE, Richard Tuttle, Sarah 1 December 1653 Boston, Mass. [ref 15]
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Richard Martine merchant was married to Sarah Tuttle daughter of John Tuttle of Boston 1st - 12th month 1653 by William Hibbins. (Boston record) [ref 71:44]
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To the Honorable the Governor and Council [of Portsmouth, referencing the 1690 Indian attack at Salmon Falls]
Much Honored
Yesterday we gave account of ye dreadfull destruction of Salmon falls the perticulers whereof please take as fol­loweth;

The enemy made their onset between break of the day & sunrise — when most were a bed & no watch kept neither in fort nor house they presently took possession of ye fort to prevent any of ours doing it & so carried all before them by a surprize, none of our men being able to get together into a body to oppose them, so that in the place were kild & taken between fourscore & 100 persons, of which between twenty & Thirty able men, the fort & vpards of twenty houses l)urnt, most of the Cattle burnt in the houses or otherwise kil’d which were very considerable from thence the Enemy proceeded to Quamphegon where lived onely Thomas Homes who upon the Alarm retired from his house to a small Garrison built near his saw mill wheither also some of Salmon falls yt made their Escape fled, about 30 of the Enemies surrounded Holmes house, but met with noe opposition there till fourteen men of ours came up from r lower parts of ye Town, & undiscryed by ye Enemy, made a shot upon that party of Indians at Holmes house, Sundry of them standing before the door, at which shot they say three of the Enemy fell, ye rest run into the house & broke through y° backside threof, & being more numerous than ours forced our men to retire, nine of them got safe home & flue Escaped to Holmes Garrison, only one of ours wounded in the En­counter, then the Enemy burnt Holmes house & proceeded about a a mile lower down & burnt the minist’s house with two more & Assaulted Spencers Garrison but were repel’d & so retir’d. James Plasted who was taken at Salmon falls was sent by Hope Hood Commander in chief of the Indians) With A flag of Truce to Tho: Holmes for ye surrendr of his Garrison promising liberty to depart upon his soe doing, but Plaisted returned not nor was ye Garrison surrendered.

The said Plaisted who was in ye Enemies hands many houres Informed yt be saw of ye Enemy one hundred & fifty men well accoutred & Guesses them to be about one half french; upon their taking possesion of ye fort he saith that ten of them french & Indians made A dance which Hope hood told him were all officers, he also told him yt his Brother Gooden who liv’d in Loves house was going to be try’d for his life by A Councill of WTarr, for yt in their takeing Loves house the said Gooden had kil’d one french man & mortally wounded another & further that there was Eight french ships design’d for Pascataqve River to destroy ye same.

The Alarm being given to all adjacent Towns in ordr to their releife we sent about thirty men from this Town, as many went from Dover, & a party from Yorke together with Wt could be got from their own town, but before they could unite their force it was neare night & then they marcht with about 100 men under Command of Capt Jo: Hamond Commander of ye uper part of Kittery, the scouts yt went before just as they came within sight of salmon falls discovered one of ye Enemy who was binding up his pack & staying behinde his Company fell into our hands which proved to be a french­man whose examination in short we herewth send you & to morrow morning intend to send the persons towards you by land, none by Water being just ready to goe: our forces proceeded in pursuit of ye Enemy & about 2 mile above ye fort of Salmon falls at the farther house up in the woods there discovered them about y° setting of ye sunn, our meu presently fell upon them & they as resolutely oppos’d them, in short the fight lasted as long as they could see friends from Enemies, in which we lost two men, one of York another of Cochecho kil’d upon ye place & 6 or 7 wounded some is feared mortally: what damage we did the Enemy we can’t at present say. This is all ye accot we can at present Give : to morrow intend you shall hear againe from us : we Intrern Subscribe ourselves
Honored Sirs yor humble servants
W Vaughan Richard Martyn
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Notes for Sarah* TUTTLE
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daughter of John TUTTLE and Joane ANTROBUS
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Sarah, age 2, arrived from London on the Planter with her parents and several older siblings gs. Her parents returned to England after several more (probably) children were born in America. They probably settled in Ireland after their return. Sarah m. 1 Feb. 1654, Richard Martin [ref 20]
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