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  1. JOHN FIELD: Birth: 15 MAY 1659 in Flushing, Long Island, New York.

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a. Note:   rederick Clifton Pierce http://books.google.com/books?pg=PA90&lpg=PA187&dq=%22jeremiah+field%22+piscataway&id=OU9MAAAAMAAJ&ots=pvvFlsIEGP#v=onepage&q=%22jeremiah%20field%22%20piscataway&f=false Page 107. "146. ANTHONY FIELD (Robert, William, Christopher, John, Christopher, John. Richard, Thomas, Adam, Richard, Roger), b. prob. in Rhode Island, in 1638; m. Susannah . Anthony Field, son of the emigrant, and probably the second child, remained at Flushing. We have seen that his father deeded a house lot to him in 1653-54, and that he signed public documents of some importance in 1656-57. He is named in the patent of confirmation of Flushing, in 1666, and also among those who took the oath of allegiance in 1673. A valuation of estates at Flushing was made in 1675, which has the following entry: "Anthony Field, 27 acres, 2 horses, 2 oxen, and 5 cows." His name occurs in a similar document in 1683, as follows: "Anthony Field, 50 acres, 2 oxen, 4 cows, 4 swine, 1o sheep." From 1675 to 1683 he was among the ratepayers ot Flushing, and be is one of those to whom a patent of confirmation of that town was granted March 23, 1685. This is the last occasion on which the author finds him mentioned, and he died before his son Benjamin married in 1691, as be is spoken of in the entry of it as' 'deceased.'' We know from this record that his wife, who survived him, was named Susannah, but that of her family has not come down to us. We also learn from it that Benjamin was not his only son. His wife, Susannah, was named in a letter to her daughter-in-law, Hannah Bowne, living Nov. 3o, 1691. Res. Flushing, L. I. 185. i. BENJAMIN, b. 1663; m. Hannah Bowne and Elizabeth Feaks. 186. i1. JOHN, b. 1659. He was ot Flushing, where his estate was valued in 1683, named in patent of Flushing, March 23, 1685 (?), made oath of allegiance in 1673 or 1674. (Received from Governor Andros, between 1674 and 1681, a patent for land on Delaware Bay, New Jersey, to which state he probably removed.) He m. Margaret.
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