Title: Essex Institute Historical Collections (Salem, MA: 1859+) Perley, Sidney, The History of Salem 1671-1716, Vol. III (Salem, Mass., S. Perley, 1924-28) Perley, Sidney, Editor, The Essex Antiquarian (Salem, MA) Massachusetts Vital Records for Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts Visited Burial Site Derby, Perly, Inscriptions from the Charter Street Burial Ground, Salem, MA (Essex Institute of Historical Collections, Vol. 13, 1877) William Carlson Compiler, Charter Street Cemetery Burial Records: Salem, Massachusetts (Salem, MA: Higginson Book Co., 2009).
CallNumber: CS / 71 / C989 1889 F127 / 093 / B28 1941 CS / 71 / C989 1889
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Title: Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1985) Massachusetts Vital Records for Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts
CallNumber: F / 127 / U4 / Z56 / 1997 F127 / 093 / B28 1941
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Title: Massachusetts Vital Records for Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts
CallNumber: F127 / 093 / B28 1941
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Note: 6). Stephen Daniel House. "Joseph Grafton, jr., owned this lot in 1661. Stephen Daniel owned it as early as 1682; and died possessed of it Feb. 14, 1686-7, at the age of fifty-four. It descended to his son Stephen Daniel. The house was standing upon the lot as early as 1702, and was probably built by his father about 1667, although it might have been erected by the son about 1690. Mr. Daniel was a shipwright, and lived in this house, which, with the land under and adjoining, he conveyed to his daughter, widow Mary Silsby of Salem, March 16, 1748. Here she lived during the remainder of her life; and the estate then descended to her only surviving child, Samuel Silsbee, of Salem, house-carpenter. He probably built the northern part of the house, as it now exists, at the time of his marriage, in 1756. He died Dec. 14, 1803, leaving three children, Samuel Silsbee of Salem, housewright, Deborah, wife of Daniel Sage of Salem, mariner, and Sarah, wife of David Patten. Mr. Patten died, and in 1808 Sarah married Haffield White Reed of Salem, mariner." "Sarah Reed died possessed of her portion of the estate Sept. 2, 1860, a widow." Note: There is additional information.
Note: The Essex Antiquarian, The, Sidney Perley, Editor, Vol. 10:114-116 (190
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