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The Royal Descent and Colonial Ancestry of Mrs. Harley Calvin Gage (Classic Reprint)

The Royal Descent and Colonial Ancestry of Mrs. Harley Calvin Gage (Classic Reprint)

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He was Representative in the General Court of Massachusetts for six years, and commanded a troop of horse in the French and Indian Wars. He married Miss Martha Park, daughter of a distinguished officer. Among their several children, the second son was the Rev. William (3) Williams, aforesaid, of Hatfield, who married, 8 July, 1686, Elizabeth Cotton, born 13 August, 1665; died 7 May, 1698, daughter of the Rev. Seaborn Cotton and his wife, Dorothy Bradstreet, of Hampton, New Hampshire, the latter a daughter of Governor Simon Bradstreet of Massachusetts. The son of Rev. William (3) Williams and his wife, Elizabeth Cotton, was Colonel Israel (4) Williams, lawyer and Judge of the County Court, born 30 November, 1709, graduated Harvard College, 1729. He married Miss Sarah Chester, sister of Colonel Chester of Wethersfield. He was a man of unusual ability, sagacity and sound judgment and great energy of character. By act of the House of Representatives, January 1756, authority was given the Governor to appoint a delegation of fourteen men to explore and survey the wilderness along the Otter Creek in Vermont as far as the borders of Lake Champlain. On 10 March, 1756, the Governor appointed Colonel Israel Williams as leader of the expedition. He built a Fort on the Otter Creek. Explored the entire region then overrun by savage Indian tribes and hostile French, and made a complete report to the Governor, upon which future operations against these dangerous enemies were based. Colonel Israel Williams served throughout the French and Indian Wars of 1744 and 1755, leading an expedition against Forts Ticonderoga and Crown Point, at both of which battles he fought with great heroism. His third child was Deacon William Williams of Dalton, Massachusetts, born 1735, died 1808. He married, 1 January 1763, Dolly (dorothy) Ashley, born 1744, died 2 January, 1833, daughter of Rev. Jonathan Ashley of Deerfield, Massachusetts. Their daughter, Hannah, born 30 December, 1763, died 10 January, 1828, married Major Jacob Mott of Caldwell Manor, Canada: Their eldest son, Captain Jacob Mott, born 12 March, 1788, died 18 November, 1849, married 20 March, 1817, Anna Soule, a lineal descendent of George Soule, who came over from England in the May?ower in 1620. Their second son, Ashley Mott, was named for his father's mother's grandfather, Rev. Jonathan Ashley of Deerfield, Massachusetts.

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