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Female Abt 1747 -

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  • Name Abigail FISKE 
    Born Abt 1747  Greenwich, Fairfield, CT Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    _UID 0B08653E1A07F146A8E5311D34F1BD774207 
    Person ID I1927  pember-crandall
    Last Modified 18 Feb 2019 

    Father Jonathan FISKE,   b. 10 Jan 1706, Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1756, Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 49 years) 
    Mother Abigail (Charity) MEAD,   b. 17 Jul 1710, Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1752  (Age 41 years) 
    Married 23 Apr 1738  Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location 
    _UID 819C755E5F688242AA343C9FCE1D92712215 
    Family ID F605  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Isaac WARREN,   b. 30 Jul 1758,   d. 19 Mar 1834  (Age 75 years) 
    Married 1 Jul 1810 
    _UID 4C6757151DB2E449AC229F797D26666C761A 
    Last Modified 19 Feb 2019 00:14:29 
    Family ID F991  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Descendants of George Abbott, of Rowley, Massachusetts Vol 1

      Author: Lemuel Abijah Abbott
      Call Number: Gc 929.2 Ab28a v.1

      vii. Dea. Isaac6 Warren, b. twin, July 30, 1758; d. Mar. 19, 1834;
      m. in Cambridge, July 8, 1781, Mary, b. Aug. 25, 1 7 64, dau.
      of Joshua and Sarah (Cutter) Swan, of Cambridge . H e m.
      (2d), Sept. 10, 1783, Elizabeth, b. Nov. 8, 1757 , d au. of Dea.
      Isaac and Elizabeth (Reeves) Warren, of Medford. S h e d.
      June 19, 1809. He m. (3d), July 1, 1810, Mrs. Abig a il (Fiske)
      Lamson, b. Apr. 4, 1769, dau. of Dea. Jonathan Fis k e, of
      Weston. She d. May 19, 1858; intd. in old cem., Ch a rlestown.
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      He recd. from the town of Weston for teaching sch.
      in the So. East Sch.-house, 2 mos. 1784, œ5: 8s. ; w as afterwards
      a prosperous and influential merchant in Charlesto w n.
      His will is dated Jan. 20, 1832, and his exrs. we r e Isaac
      Flint, Esq., Dea. Nathan Warren, both of Weston, L e onard
      Wood, D. D., of Andover, and Thomas Russell, Esq . , of W.
      Cambridge. His est. amounted to $102,940.14. He was
      the principal founder of Warren Acad., at Woburn , M ass.,
      1827, giving liberally in land, buildings, and mon e y for that

      purpose; was very liberal to schools, scientific a n d ch. socs.,
      and missions, while living, and made the followi n g provisions
      for them in his will: To Warren Acad., $5,000, a
      brick boarding house, land and other buildings, et c .; to the
      American Education Soc., $1,000 to estab. "foreve r " a
      scholarship for worthy young men wishing to fit th e mselves
      for the ministry, etc.; to the Mass. Home Missiona r y Soc.,
      $500; to the American Board of Foreign Missions, $ 5 00; to
      the American Bible Soc., $500; to the American Tra c t Soc.,
      $300; to the Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, $300 ; t o the
      wife of Rev. Joseph Bennett, $300; to Rev. J. Benn e tt, $100,
      to buy religious books for his library; to daus . o f his friend
      Samuel Flint, Eliza H., Mary K., and Sarah Ann, $1 0 0 each;
      to Middlebury Coll., Vt., $3,000, the interest t o b e used "forever"
      in educating worthy young men for the ministry ; t o the

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      wid. of Dr. Isaac Warren, $140 a year, during lif e ; for the
      benefit of the Weston poor, $500; to gr.-son Isa a c Henry
      Warren, the est. on Main St., Charlestown, near t h e Square,
      called the "Centre Estate," the same to go to hi s c hil. conditionally,
      going finally. in case of no issue, to Warren Acad . ,
      etc.; to his exrs. in trust for his son George W . , $15,000, the
      interest only to be given him during life, etc. ; t o son George
      W., and gr.-son Isaac, the furniture, library, a n d balance of
      the est., to be equally divided between them. H a d 5 chil.
      (7th gen.), b. in Charlestown, Mass.:

      a. Dr. Isaac7 Warren, b. Aug. 9, 1787; d. 1815 ; m . Mary
      (Parker) Dodd, of Princeton, Mass. He gra d . Harv. Coll.,
      1805; physician; resd. in Westminster, Mass . ; had 1 child
      (8th gen): 1. Isaac Henry8 Warren, b. 1815.
      b. Amos7 Warren, b. (???); d. Sept. 13, 1814, a e . 27 yrs.
      c. Henry7 Warren, b. (???); d. July 11, 1815, a e . 4 yrs.
      d. Infant,7 b. (???); d. y.
      e. Hon. George Washington7 Warren, b. Oct. 1, 18 1 3; d. May
      13, 1883; m. Lucy R. Newell, who d. Sept . 4 , 1840, ae. 27
      yrs.; m. (2d), June 1, 1841, Georgianna , b . Dec. 19, 1821,
      dau. of Joseph and Susan (Pratt) Thompson , o f Charlestown;
      grad. Harv. Coll., 1830; State Senator; fir s t Mayor
      of Charlestown; Judge of the Municipal Ct . ; pres. Bunker
      Hill Monument Assn.; resd. in Boston; h a d 6 chil. (8th
      gen.): 1. Lucius Henry8 Warren, b. Oct. 6 , 1 838; grad.
      Princeton Coll., 1860; LL. B. Harv. Univ. , 1 862; enlisting
      as priv. in 32d Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf., he w a s mustered out
      of the Vol. service, Feb., 1867, with ran k o f Bvt. Brig. Gen'l;
      later he served in the Regular army, in whi c h he was brvt'd
      Major and Lt. Col., and res. Nov. 15, 186 9 ; "he achieved
      a brilliant record for gallantry and merito r ious service."
      2. Abby Fiske8 Warren, bapt. May 22, 1844 ; d . Apr. 8,
      1850, ae. 6 yrs. 3. Ellen Talcott8 Warren , b . Aug. 16, 1847;
      d. Feb. 17, 1853. 4. Joseph8 Warren, b. Ju n e 5, 1851. 5.
      Henry Lee Jaques8 Warren, b. Aug. 31, 185 3 ; resd. in
      California, 1889. 6. Louise Preston8(*) (na m e changed to
      Helen) Warren, b. Jan. 31, 1857; m. (???) J o nes; resd. in
      Boston, 1889.