Nancy Perley1

b. May 19, 1778, d. November 21, 1805
  • 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.
  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. 149.
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Nancy Putnam Perley1

b. June 10, 1812
  • Last Edited: 14 Sep 2009

Family: Henry F. Burchstead b. perhaps 1810, d. April 6, 1858

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. 178.
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Nathan Perley1

b. November 17, 1703, d. late in the fall of 1738
  • Reference: 0960is
  • THIS LISTING HAS NOT YET BEEN AUDITED, AND MAY NOT BE ACCURATE; A.
  • Nathan Perley was born on November 17, 1703 in Boxford, Massachusetts.3
  • He was the son of Jacob Perley and Lydia Peabody.2
  • Nathan Perley was probably an itinerant tailor, according to the custom of his day; for Dr. David Wood has the following item of credit in his account with Nathan's father: "January: 1730-31, to a spell of Nathan to cut wescuts 12d." He was taxed in Boxford from 1729 to 1738 inclusive.3
  • Nathan married Lydia Hale, daughter of Capt. Joseph Hale and Joanna Low, on March 20, 1732/33 in Boxford, Massachusetts.4
  • Nathan died late in the fall of 1738. He was attended in his last sickness by Dr. Wood; he died intestate; the inventory of his estate, dated 7 Mar 1738-9, mentions 60 acres of land, buildings, 2 steers, 4 cows, 3 heifers, 3 yearling' heifers, 1 colt, 8 swine, etc. His widow administered upon the estate, which was valued at £1040. Two items of his debts were "To Edward Kitchen for funeral £26 3s. 6d.", and to "Bringing up a young child three and one-half years £35."3
  • Last Edited: 7 Oct 2015

Family: Lydia Hale b. March 23, 1710/11, d. June 6, 1803

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. 61.
  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. 59.
  4. 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. 111.
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Nathan Perley1

b. 1737, d. about 1816
  • Father: Nathan Perley1 b. November 17, 1703, d. late in the fall of 1738
  • Mother: Lydia Hale1 b. March 23, 1710/11, d. June 6, 1803
  • Reference: 3846cbcc
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  • Nathan Perley was baptized in 1737 in Boxford, Massachusetts.2
  • He was the son of Nathan Perley and Lydia Hale.1
  • Nathan Perley moved to Methuen, Massachusetts. The last house in that town on the main road to Haverhill was, in 1906, occupied by Edmund Perley, a grandson of Nathan. Three half-centuries prior to this, the house was owned by one Symonds, among whose children, "to the manor born," was a daughter Sarah. Nathan went a-courting Sarah, and Nathan and Sarah expected to wed. For some unexplained reason the wedding was deferred.3
    This picture is made from a pen-and-ink drawing of the Nathan Perley house in Methuen and has been pronounced by a daughter, who well remembered the place, as "correct in every particular."
  • Nathan married Mehitable Mitchell.3
  • Sarah Symonds married William Rea of Danvers, who died leaving one son, who was called by his father's name, William.. Nathan Perley remembered his first love and paid a visit to Sarah. The flame was warm and reciprocating. Rev. Christopher Sargent, the first minister of that town, aged and much loved, made them one, on October 13, 1774.3
  • The first year of his second marriage he lived in Methuen. He had been a soldier in the French and Indian War, and he foresaw the approaching conflict of arms, and in consequence advocated the study and practice of military tactics. He was then a member of the first militia company of Methuen, and with the rest of the company signed a paper 6 Oct 1774, "covenanting and engaging to form themselves into a body, in order to learn the manual exercises." He was at the battle of Concord and Lexington, as sergeant, in Capt. James Jones's company, and was out four days.

    Shortly after the Lexington campaign, he removed to Danvers, where he lived several years and the rest of his children were born. About 1790, he returned to Methuen, and located Upon the old Symonds estate, the nativity and patrimony of his wife. He razed the old house and erected a new dwelling.4
    This is Mr. Perley's signature, as appraiser to an inventory 7 May 1781.
  • Nathan died about 1816 in Methuen, Massachusetts.5
  • Last Edited: 7 Oct 2015

Family 1: Mehitable Mitchell b. perhaps 1737, d. November 24, 1773

Family 2: Sarah Symonds b. perhaps 1755, d. about 1839

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. Vital records of Boxford, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, Topsfield, Massachusetts: Topsfield Historical Society, (1905) , p. 75.
  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. 143.
  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. 143-144.
  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. 144.
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Nathan Perley1

b. March 9, 1752, d. October 9, 1820
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  • Nathan Perley was born on March 9, 1752 in Boxford, Massachusetts, north of Bald-pate pond.2
  • He was the son of Moses Perley and Hannah Frye.1
  • In 1783, Nathan Perley built a dwelling house, near his birthplace, just over the town line in Rowley, now Georgetown, Massachusetts. He was centrally located upon an extensive and productive farm, upon the southern slope of Baldpate hill, alike noted for its height (being the highest but one in the County) and fertility. In 1825 Thomas Nelson purchased the estate; afterwards Luther P. Tidd was the owner; in 1880 it belonged to and was occupied by Henry E. Perley. His daughter Hannah wrote that the current report that her father's barn was moved from "the Stetson place" was false, and further that her father had a piece put on in 1815 or '16, two men from Newburyport doing the work.3
  • Nathan married Ruth Gould on September 13, 1787.4
  • Nathan died on October 9, 1820 at age 68.4
  • He was buried in Harmony Cemetery, East Boxford, Massachusetts. His epitaph is:

    Beneath this urn, till God shall bid him rise.
    A husband dear and much beloved lies;
    In vain our tears, death comes at Heaven's command,
    Deprived the world of a good and useful man.4
  • Last Edited: 7 Sep 2009

Family: Ruth Gould b. January 22, 1755, d. July 18, 1822

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. 61.
  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. 153.
  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. 153-154.
  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. 154.
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Nathan Perley1

b. February 27, 1769
  • Last Edited: 26 Aug 2015

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.
  2. Vital Records of Methuen Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849, , at https://archive.org/stream/vitalrecordsofme02meth . Topsfield, Mass.: Topsfield Historical Society, (1909) , p. 100.
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Nathan Perley1

b. perhaps 1792
  • 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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  • Nathan Perley was born perhaps 1792.
  • 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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Nathaniel Perley1

b. 1643, d. April 29, 1668
  • Reference: 3846d
  • Last Edited: 7 Dec 2021

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. 7.
  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. 9.
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Nathaniel Perley1

b. perhaps 1671, d. probably in the winter of 172
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  • Nathaniel Perley was born perhaps 1671.
  • He was the son of John Perley and Mary Howlett.1
  • Nathaniel married Lydia (?). The following receipt with papers was filed in settlement of Governor Bradstreet's estate. Col. Dudley Bradstreet, his son, was the executor, but died before concluding the trust. It is clear that Nathaniel Perley married the Governor's granddaughter:

    "Andover, Nov. 25, 1706.

    " Received of Capt. Benjamin Stevens, of Andover, administrator of the estate of Colo. Dudley Bradstreet, Esq., deed, six pounds money, in full of a legacy given to my wife Anne Perly, alias Brad- street, by her grandfather Simon Bradstreet, Esq., as appears by his last will. Nathaniel Perley."1
  • He was taxed in Boxford in 1727, was selectman in 1705, fence-viewer in 1704, witness to the Indian deed of Topsfield in 1701, was one of the committee to perambulate the boundary between Boxford and Rowley in 1717, and lived in Boxford near "ye great meadowe."1
  • Nathaniel died probably in the winter of 172. Perley Derby says "in Boxford, Feb., 1738;" but the deed of Samson and "Allis" How argues for the earlier date.1
  • Last Edited: 24 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. 13.
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Nathaniel Perley1

b. February 13, 1734/35, d. July 18, 1810
  • Reference: 3846ahcf
  • THIS LISTING HAS NOT YET BEEN AUDITED, AND MAY NOT BE ACCURATE; A.
  • Nathaniel Perley was born on February 13, 1734/35 in Boxford, Massachusetts.2
  • He was the son of Amos Perley and Margaret Cogswell.1
  • Nathaniel married Mehitable Perley on October 30, 1753 or October 31, 1753 in Boxford, Massachusetts. They were third cousins.2
  • About the time of his marriage he built his house in Boxford, where Mrs. A. N. Harrington's house was in 1906. The house was burnt in the spring of 1832. His home farm contained more than a hundred acres. In 1775 he bought of a Jewett family a farm adjoining his, and soon after he owned the farm now the property of Joseph H. Janes. He gave to his son Nathaniel the buildings and land, in Hanover, N. H., "which were set off" to satisfy an execution against Jabez Bingham.

    He was a cooper, and familiarly known as "Cooper Nat." His commodious shop stood at the corner of the Andover and Rowley roads, near his dwelling. After him it became a tenement house.

    Mr. Perley bought, 11 Apr 1769, of John Berry, yeoman, and Elizabeth Berry, widow, both of Ipswich, for £58 13s. 4d., several lots of land in Winchendon, that were drawn originally for the rights of Nathaniel Lord, Jonathan Jewett, Nathaniel Caldwell, Thomas Lufkin and Joseph Goodhue.—Registry, 61: 344. He sold to Jonathan Smith, Paxton, yeoman, land in Winchendon, 24 Oct 1771, for £20.— Registry, H7: 418: to Samuel Denny of Leicester, gentleman, two lots in Winchendon, 17 Jan 1772, for £44.—Registry, 67: I80; and to Jonathan Stimpson of Winchendon, two lots in same town, 17 Jan 177:1, for £20; and to Joseph Stimpson of Winchendon, "home lot" so called, for £27, 17 Jan 1773, 3 lots.—Registry, 77: 214.3
  • Nathaniel Perley and Mehitable Perley joined the First Church at Boxford, Massachusetts, on March 14, 1762, when two children were baptised and where the others were afterwards.4
  • Nathaniel married Lydia Ayers, daughter of Peter Ayers and Lydia Perley, on September 10, 1776.5
  • He was very active at the time of the Revolution. He served on the town's committee of safety, in procuring soldiers and in obtaining money to pay them. In 1769 he was a selectman and overseer, and in 1800 a member of the school board, and a tax collector in 1806. He was three years a constable, a field driver one, warden one, a tithing man two, a hogreeve six, a surveyor of highways ten, a fence viewer four, a moderator of town meetings one, a surveyor of lumber six.

    In old age he dressed in the fashion of his youth and he wore a small red cap. One day, to tease his little grandson then only three years old, he offered to put him into his pocket. The wrinkled face, the bent form and the ancient garb so impressed the pliant mind of the boy, that the circumstance was vividly in his memory at the age of seventy-five years.4
  • Nathaniel died on July 18, 1810 at age 75. The inventory of his estate, made by Thomas Perley, Parker Spofford and Solomon Low, valued the home farm, fifty-eight acres, at $2242; a tract of meadow, pasture and woodland at the "old place," about eighty acres, at $1440; "a bible, 75c.," and his entire estate at $5335.99.3
  • He was buried in Harmony Cemetery, East Boxford, Massachusetts, along with Mehitable Perley and Lydia Ayers.2
  • Last Edited: 16 Sep 2009

Family: Mehitable Perley b. November 26, 1737

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. 39.
  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. 72.
  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. 72-73.
  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. 73.
  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. 72. The book doesn't specifically identify Nathaniel's wife, Lydia, as being the daughter of Peter, of Haverhill, but it seems very likely.
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Nathaniel Perley1

b. October 11, 1745, d. about April, 1779
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  • Nathaniel Perley was born on October 11, 1745 in Linebrook Parish, Ipswich, Massachusetts.2
  • He was the son of Samuel Perley and Ruth How.1
  • Nathaniel married Sarah Dutch of Ipswich Village on September 23, 1769, sister to Rev. Ebenezer Dutch, many years pastor of the East Parish, Bradford, now Groveland.2
  • He was a member of Capt. Daniel Rogers' company of minute men that marched from Ipswich to Lexington on the 19th Apr 1775. His company hung upon the rear of the Red-coats as they worried their sad way to Boston, and was stationed in that vicinity four days. He marched sixty miles and received ten shillings, eight pence. After that service he entered with enthusiasm into privateering, and did excellent service for a long time. "Cleared from Salem, Schooner Sally, Perley Master, for Nova Scotia," 1774, probably refers to him.

    In the spring of 1779, despite his vigilance and alertness, he was captured by the hated Britisher. He could not brook the haughty insolence of his captor, and he answered back with spirit. The British officer shot him dead upon the spot. Thus tragically ended the heroic life of a sterling patriot, at the age of thirty-two years. He left a widow and several small children. The administration of his estate was granted his widow 6 Jul 1779; the inventory was ,£218 17s; her accounts were allowed in 1779, 1788, and 1793. The children's guardian was their mother's second husband, appointed 5 Dec 1791.3
  • Last Edited: 2 Sep 2009

Family: Sarah Dutch of Ipswich Village b. 1749, d. May 3, 1819

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. 48.
  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. 106.
  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. 106-107.
  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. 107.
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Nathaniel Perley1

b. March 22, 1763, d. July 25, 1824
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  • Nathaniel Perley was born on March 22, 1763.2
  • He was the son of Nathaniel Perley and Mehitable Perley.1
  • Nathaniel Perley was graduated in 1791 from Dartmouth College. He received his Master's degree in course. In his class were Humphrey C. Perley, Ebenezer Adams, Heman Ball, Dudley Chase, John Coffin, Seth Williston, Eliphalet Gillet, et al. He studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1794.2
  • In 1792, Nathaniel Perley moved to Hallowell, Kennebec County, Maine, a thriving settlement on the Kennebec river, to which many families of Essex County migrated, for the building of homes, about that time. He and Amos Stoddard were the only lawyers there till 1798, when Samuel S. Wilde located there from Waldoboro, when Stoddard left.

    Mr. Perley was naturally a business man, active, and eminently social. He gathered to himself many friends and easily established himself in a lucrative practice. The country was too young for cases that required eloquent pleading at the bar. Whatever may have been his power to unfold the law, to set forth a case and to sway a jury cannot be known. His natural shrewdness and good judgment equipped him for the service of his constituency, as attorney and counselor. It is said he was lavish of his knowledge and legal advice; nevertheless he amassed wealth. He gave much of his attention to local improvements in the care of his property, thus augmenting his own and the public's together. His property business at last absorbed all his time and attention, to the entire loss of his practice in law. By and by, business reverses met him, in advancing age, and despondency brooded over his mind. The affection of his faithful wife and children sustained him to the last. In 1806 he was blasting stone in building a conduit for water from a pond to a stream upon which he erected a grist mill, in Winthrop, about a mile west of Hallowell, when a large piece of the ledge struck him upon the breast and seriously affected him at the time. This hurt was considered a remote cause of his death. For several years considerable business was carried on at the mill; but the Cotton Manufacturing Company purchased Mr. Perley's establishment and closed the canal.

    While Mr. Perley confined his attention to the practice of his profession, his home was attractive to the legal and judicial profession in general. Chief Justice Parsons, also a native of Essex County, held to him the relation of esteem and regard, and often enjoyed Mr. Perley's hospitality. Members of the profession frequently enjoyed Mr. Perley's home, his fund of anecdotes and wit, while court was sitting at Augusta, two miles away. He represented Hallowell in the General Court in 1804 and again 1816. The Salem, Mass..Gazette, 9 May 1803, reported: "More increase of Federation. Hallowell, heretofore uniformly represented by a Democrat, has this year made choice of N. Perley, Esq., (Federalist) by a majority over Col. Fillebrown, the old member, 111 to 66."

    Charles Dummer, Esq., in speaking of our subject, says: "Had he remained faithful to the noble objects of true professional life, had he diligently strengthened his mind by study as a lawyer, he would have gathered the fruits of honorable labor and attainments, —all would finally have been well. Possessing great quickness of perception, his free social habits were both an attraction and temptation."

    He was apt at repartee, and frequently was surprised by the effect of his replies. Once in particular he was engaged in an action of replevin before Judge Weston, in the Court of Common Pleas. The case was warmly contested. An important witness of the other side had been examined for two or three hours, when the court adjourned for dinner. After dinner, Mr. Perley called the same witness to the stand, when the judge remarked: "This witness has been examined at great length already; what further do you expect to obtain from him?" Mr. Perley immediately replied: "The truth, your honor; I've obtained everything else." He was public spirited and patriotic; he was social, witty, learned; he was a faithful and firm friend: his home was cheerful, happy and cultured.3
  • Nathaniel married Mary Dummer on February 7, 1796.4
  • Nathaniel died on July 25, 1824 at age 61.4
  • Last Edited: 14 Sep 2009

Family: Mary Dummer b. 1769 or 1770, d. January 7, 1838

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. 173.
  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. 173-174.
  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. 174.
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Nathaniel Perley1

b. March 1, 1769, d. January 8, 1851
  • Last Edited: 16 Sep 2009

Family: Lucinda Strickland b. February 7, 1777, d. March, 1842

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. 98.
  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. 190.
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Nathaniel Perley1

b. February 27, 1771
  • Last Edited: 2 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. 107.
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Nathaniel Perley1

b. perhaps 1768
  • Last Edited: 20 Apr 2016

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. 129.
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Nathaniel Perley1

b. perhaps 1792
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  • Nathaniel Perley was born perhaps 1792.
  • He was the son of Solomon Perley and Lucy Kimball.1
  • Last Edited: 5 Dec 2016

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. 138.
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Nathaniel Perley1

b. perhaps 1800
  • 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. 172.
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