Israel Perley1

b. July 2, 1738
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  • Israel Perley was born on July 2, 1738 in Boxford, Massachusetts. The house was still standing in 1906, a few rods from the residence of the late James P. Cleaveland, which occupies its original site. In 1761, when Israel was twenty-three years old, "the Massachusetts government," wrote Moses H. Perley, Esq., "sent an exploring expedition to the St. John river in New Brunswick. The party consisted of twelve men and Mr. Perley was the leader. They proceeded to Machias by water; then shouldering their knapsacks, they journeyed through the woods and reached the head waters of the Oromocto river, which they descended to the St. John. From the mouth of the river they proceeded three days in a canoe. It was difficult to land anywhere, the river banks were so thickly grown with small wood. They were obliged to creep up the bank upon their hands and knees. Reaching the plain above they pitched their tent for the night. Making a survey the next morning, they concluded to settle there. Upon their return home a colony of Essex County people was formed to establish a settlement upon the St. John. Among them were Israel, his brother Oliver and his cousin Asa Perley. In 1786 he had a grant of 1000 acres on the Gaspereaux river, and in 1792, three hundred acres in the northwest corner of Maugerville, lot No. 90, St. John river.2,3
    SITE OF ISRAEL PERLEY'S HOME.
  • He was the son of Thomas Perley and Eunice Putnam.1
  • Israel married Elizabeth Mooers in Maugerville, New Brunswick, Canada, and lived.3
  • Israel died in Maugerville, New Brunswick. His will, made 8 Jun 1799, was proved 20 Feb 1813. His brother Oliver was executor. He was known as 'Israel, the surveyor.'

    "The old homestead where Israel located as one of the first settlers of New Brunswick, and where the first or second British child was born in the province, is now owned by John O. Court, Esq., M. P. P. New buildings have been erected, but there remains an old elm. The walking stick used by the old gentleman is said to have been planted and to have matured into a magnificent willow, which succumbed a few years prior to 1879. It is a beautiful place, on the bank of the St. John, with a good deal of shrubbery."4
  • Last Edited: 20 Apr 2022

Family: Elizabeth Mooers b. perhaps 1740

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 54.
  2. http://ma-vitalrecords.org/MA/Essex/Boxford/Images/Boxford_B062.shtml
  3. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 117.
  4. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 117-118.
  5. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 118.
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Israel Perley1

b. December 4, 1773
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  • Israel Perley was born on December 4, 1773.2
  • He was the son of Nathaniel Perley and Mehitable Perley.1
  • Israel died unmarried.2
  • Last Edited: 26 Aug 2009

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 73.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 75.
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Israel Perley1

b. January 10, 1765, d. May 8, 1830
  • Last Edited: 20 Sep 2009

Family: Hannah Tisdale b. February 4, 1771, d. August 31, 1844

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 118.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 213.
  3. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 214.
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Israel Perley1

b. perhaps 1790
  • Father: Aaron Perley1 b. September 18, 1755, d. December 10, 1831 or January 10, 1832
  • Mother: Mehitable Wood1 b. November 26, 1761, d. March 15, 1853
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  • Israel Perley was born perhaps 1790.
  • He was the son of Aaron Perley and Mehitable Wood.1
  • Last Edited: 5 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 126.
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Israel Perley1

b. perhaps 1782
  • Father: Amos Perley1 b. January 28, 1748/49, d. December 6, 1830
  • Mother: Sarah Smith1 b. March 16, 1757, d. September 29, 1842
  • Last Edited: 7 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 149.
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Jacob Perley1

b. perhaps 1778
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  • Jacob Perley was born perhaps 1778.
  • Jacob married Dorothy Hale, daughter of Dr. William Hale and Anna Porter, on January 22, 1801.1
  • Last Edited: 5 Apr 2010

Family: Dorothy Hale b. March 1, 1780, d. 1873

Citations

  1. Robert Safford Hale, Genealogy of descendants of Thomas Hale of Watton, England, and of Newbury, Mass., , at https://archive.org/stream/genealogyofdesce00hale . Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons and Company, printers, (1889) , p. 215.
  2. Robert Safford Hale, Genealogy of descendants of Thomas Hale of Watton, England, and of Newbury, Mass., , at https://archive.org/stream/genealogyofdesce00hale . Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons and Company, printers, (1889) , p. 355.
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Jacob Perley1

b. about 1670, d. April, 1751
  • Reference: 3846cb
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  • Jacob Perley was born about 1670 in Rowley, Massachusetts.2
  • He was the son of Thomas Perley and Lydia Peabody.1
  • In 1684, Jacob Perley moved to Boxford, Massachusetts, with his father's family, wherein he remained till 1696, or perchance a while longer. He owned the estate on the north side of Baldpate pond in Boxford, in after years owned and occupied by Mr. Augustus M. Perley. He built a dwelling a few rods north of the present [as of 1906] barn, and lived there. The house was taken down about 1817, and a new residence was built. A peculiarity of the old house was the construction of its chimney upon the outside, with an oven opening outward, from which on baking-days, or rather the nights following, it is said, the contents were sometimes purloined, so that occasionally the family must attend the church without the usual inspiration of a baked-bean and suet-pudding breakfast.3
  • Jacob married Lydia Peabody on December 6, 1696.2
  • He joined the church when his first wife died.4
  • Jacob married Lydia Peabody on May 9, 1709.2
  • In 1730, Jacob Perley moved to Bradford, Massachusetts, where he built a house. Meanwhile he retained an interest in his old residence in Boxford. He also owned an extensive tract of land west of Baldpate pond, and an interest in the Hazeltine meadows in the northern part of the town. A road was laid, 25 Nov 1702, from his house by Thomas Hazen's house, etc. In 1710 he sold five acres of land to the town for the minister's use. The town 14 Mar 1710, passed the following vote: "The Town have voted and given liberty to Ensien Thomas hazen, Jacob perley and david wood to seat up a Saw mill upon the parsioneg fearm, whear they shall see meet and to have a Convenient yard Rouem with a way to the mill and to have all the towens wright and Interest in sd Convenient sies for thorty years after this tiem without enny lawful molestation from the towen the sd hazzen Pearly and david wood alowing for the damieg that may bee don by Reason of sd Saw mill as Rasionel men shal Judg." After a few years the mill came into the possession of Dr. Wood, one of the proprietors. It was located on the "old Dresser road," in the East Parish, on the site of the mill whose ruins remained observable near the residence of the late John O. Batchelder's family.

    He had a long and varied experience in town affairs; was selectman in 1708, 1712, 1729 and 1732; a constable in 1705; a surveyor of highways in 1700; a juror in 1703 and 1711; a moderator of town meetings in 1729 and 1731; served on various committees and was town treasurer from 1713 to 1720, and in 1731 and 1732. He commenced his official military career as sergeant in 1705, was promoted to cornet in 1717, and to lieutenant in 1724, wherein he served till his feeble health forbade further duty. With his cousin Jeremiah, he served his people faithfully, efficiently and bravely in the famous expeditions of Capt. Lovewell against the Indians.4
    This was the style of Mr. Perley's autograph in 1716.
  • He and Mehitable Safford published their marriage intention on June 24, 1733.2
  • Jacob died in April, 1751 in Bradford, Massachusetts. His will is dated 18 Feb 1750-1, and says he was in health. The probate of his will was taken 29 Apr 1751, which argues a short sickness, if indeed he had any. In it he is called housewright, and he bequeathed to his wife Mehitable "all the household goods shee Brought and whatever else shee brought with her Into my estate at our marriage"; also the use of half his house in Bradford, or "if she chouse Instead of it, she shall have all my Interest in the house I formerly Dwelt in at Boxford." He also devised land in Boxford to his sons. Daniel Black, Paul Pritchard and Solomon Wood witnessed his will and were all present when it was proved. The probate value of his estate was £654 7s. 3d. The inventory valued "Half ye old house & half ye barn in Boxford £6 13s. 4d."; "the house and six acres of land in Bradford £133 6s. 8d.," and "about six acres of pasture land in Bradford £20." His son Francis was his executor.5
  • Last Edited: 6 Apr 2010

Family 1: Lydia Peabody b. March 9, 1673

Family 2: Lydia Peabody b. February 4, 1683, d. April 30, 1732

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 17.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 33.
  3. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 33-34.
  4. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 34.
  5. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 33-35.
  6. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 35.
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Jacob Perley Jr.1

b. September 19, 1700, d. November, 1750
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  • Jacob Perley Jr. was born on September 19, 1700 in Boxford, Massachusetts.1
  • He was the son of Jacob Perley and Lydia Peabody.2
  • Jacob married Sarah Morse on May 28, 1729, Rev. John Rogers officiating.1
  • The house in which he lived he built about 1730, some half-mile east of Stevens' pond, East Boxford. It was known during its last days as the "Joe Killam house." It remained in the family till 1763, when his son Benjamin bought out the other heirs and afterwards resided there.

    Jacob Perley, Jr., and his wife Sarah, of Boxford, sold to John Symonds of Boxford land in the new township, called Camp lot—69 acres, 25 Jan 1733/34.—Registry, 8: 303. He also sold to John Bennett of Lancaster, for ^30, half of his interest in the township granted to Jeremiah Perley and others, 4 May 1738.—Registry, 10: 427.3
  • Jacob died in November, 1750 at age 50. Mr. Perley died intestate; his widow Sarah was appointed administratrix, 3 Dec 1750, and later guardian of John, Sarah, Jacob and Benjamin, four of their children. His inventory mentions money and notes, carpenter's tools, five swine, ten sheep, fowls, a horse, yoke of oxen, three cows, four heifers, buildings, and land in Boxford, Rowley and Newbury, and aggregated £574. One item is "Due the widow for mourning £4 13s. 4d."3
  • Last Edited: 24 Aug 2009

Family: Sarah Morse b. March, 1708, d. after 1763

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 58.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 35.
  3. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 58-59.
  4. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 59.
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Jacob Perley1

b. June 8, 1732, d. March 31, 1804
  • Reference: 3846cbbb
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  • Jacob Perley was born on June 8, 1732 in Boxford, Massachusetts. He led a farmer's life in his native town for many years, giving almost exclusive attention to the cultivation of the soil.2
  • He was the son of Jacob Perley Jr. and Sarah Morse.1
  • Jacob married Sarah Andrews on April 19, 1764.3
  • In 1773, Jacob Perley moved to Chester or Candia, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, the settlement of which had just begun.2
  • Mr. Perley held only such town offices as reputable persons were obliged to take or be fined. In Boxford he was surveyor of highways in 1769, and in 1767 and 1770 was hogreeve. It is said that he was a large, stout, resolute man, was employed as swine-butcher by the farmers for miles around, wherein he used to boast that he could "stick a hog without staining the knife," and that he was an honest, industrious and highly useful citizen.

    The History of Chester, N. H., records Jacob Perley on the list of those who pledged life and fortune in the common cause against the British in the Revolution.3
  • In 1794, Dr. James Lewis Blake of Bridgton, Me., said that in about 1794, Jacob Perley with his second son Joshua and two daughters, Apphia and Irene, lived with their father in a log house, in what was then called Ting town or Ting's town, a name derived from the fact that a man by that name owned the township or a large part of it, and was the first settler. The name of it now is Wilton, Franklin County, Maine. Since Moses and Aaron seem not to have been of the family, they were probably "put out," upon the death of their mother.2
    Mr. Perley's signature, 28 Feb 1763.
  • Sarah Perley, spinster; Jacob Perley and Joshua Perley, husbandmen, 29 May 1792; Apphia Perley, spinster, 16 Sep 1793; Moses Perley, husbandman, 24 Nov 1797, all of Candia, N. H., conveyed to Jacob Andrews of Boxford, land belonging to the estate of their grandfather Joshua Andrews, late of Boxford, dec'd. Jacob Perley, husbandman, of Tingstown, Me., conveyed his son Aaron's share in the same, 1 Dec 1797.4
  • About 1798, Jacob Perley moved to Montville, Waldo County, Maine.3
  • Jacob died on March 31, 1804 in Montville, Waldo County, Maine, at age 71.3
  • Last Edited: 5 Sep 2009

Family: Sarah Andrews b. September 8, 1741, d. March 29, 1780

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 59.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 139.
  3. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 140.
  4. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 139-140.
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Jacob Perley1

b. March 16, 1750/51, d. January 5, 1832
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  • Jacob Perley was born on March 16, 1750/51 in Boxford, Massachusetts, on the D. DeWitt C. Mighill place.2
  • He was the son of Capt. Francis Perley and Huldah Putnam.1
  • Jacob married Dolly Wood on June 14, 1775.2
  • In 1777, Jacob Perley moved to Reading, Massachusetts.2
  • In 1779, Jacob Perley moved to Byfield Parish, Newbury, Massachusetts, where he built and occupied the house that,years after, a Mr. Caldwell was murdered by his wife. He was a member of the Boxford First Church while living in Byfield, having joined 28 Apr 1776.

    In Jan 1810, he bought of Benjamin Poor and his wife Ruth a house and about ten acres of land on Warren street, about a third of a mile southwest of the Byfield church, and in 1818, sold to Poor a place at the head of Warren street, next to the estate of Thomas Gage, Esq., which estate is now the Georgetown poorfarm. Jacob Perley was a selectman of Newbury 1814.2
  • Jacob died on January 5, 1832 at age 80.2
  • He and Dolly Wood were buried in South Byfield, Rowley, Massachusetts, in the Congregational church yard.2
  • Last Edited: 6 Sep 2009

Family: Dolly Wood b. October 14, 1752, d. January 30, 1825

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 60.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 151.
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Jacob Perley1

b. August 12, 1775, d. May 21, 1829
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  • Jacob Perley was born on August 12, 1775 in Linebrook Parish, Ipswich, Massachusetts, on the site opposite A. S. Howe's residence.2
  • He was the son of Allen Perley and Martha Fowler.1
  • He was a very extensive land owner, controlling, at one time, by deed or mortgage, all on the southeast side of the road from Galloup's brook in Topsfield to the old cemetery in Linebrook. Upon a division of it at his death, the homestead fell to the youngest son, Augustus M. This is the farm of the emigrant referred to on page 4 as the grant of 3 Jul 1651.

    He was considerably interested in the militia and was elected to the captaincy. He was active and efficient in whatever he undertook; his own business always took first rank in his attention. He was ever ready to give a reason for his hope whether in civil life or religious. In 1814 he headed a petition for setting off certain families of Linebrook Parish to the parish of Topsfield. The petition failed, but he went and his pew there was No. 100.3
  • Jacob married Mary Potter.4
  • Jacob died on May 21, 1829 at age 53 Mr. Perley's sickness was peculiar; it was located in his stomach; he had several attacks; the doctors were puzzled; they suggested that the trouble proceeded from his teeth and some of them were extracted; a post mortem examination revealed "a sore in his stomach."4
  • He was buried in Ipswich, Massachusetts, qwcenterwqIn Memory of
    CAPT. JACOB PERLEY.
    who died
    May 21, 1829
    aged 54 years.

    Children of dust, who read with pensive eye,
    This lettered stone, where mortal relics lie;
    Think as you sigh, because they live no more,
    Soon you shall drop, and be what you deplore.qw/centerwq.4
  • Last Edited: 24 Apr 2010

Family: Mary Potter b. October 15, 1775, d. December 13, 1854

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 64.
  2. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 169.
  3. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 169-170.
  4. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 170.
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Jacob Perley1

b. October 16, 1767
  • Last Edited: 5 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 140.
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Jacob Perley1

b. perhaps 1764
  • Last Edited: 31 Mar 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 141.
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Jacob Perley1

b. perhaps 1777
  • Father: Jacob Perley1 b. March 16, 1750/51, d. January 5, 1832
  • Mother: Dolly Wood1 b. October 14, 1752, d. January 30, 1825
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  • Jacob Perley was born perhaps 1777.
  • He was the son of Jacob Perley and Dolly Wood.1
  • Last Edited: 5 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 151.
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Jacob Perley1

b. perhaps 1805

JACOB.
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  • Jacob Perley was born perhaps 1805.
  • He was the son of Jacob Perley and Mary Potter.1
  • Last Edited: 5 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 170.
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James Perley1

b. perhaps 1758
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  • James Perley was born perhaps 1758.
  • He was the son of Nathan Perley and Mehitable Mitchell.1
  • Last Edited: 31 Mar 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 144.
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James Perley1

b. November 1, 1772, d. November 18, 1772
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  • James Perley was born on November 1, 1772.1
  • He was the son of Francis Perley and Ruth Putnam of Danvers.1
  • James died on November 18, 1772. The church records read that he was "baptised 18 Nov 1772, privately, by Mr. Holyoke, it being apprehended drawing nigh its end, and it died in about an hour after."1
  • Last Edited: 6 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 148.
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