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Re: Reuben P. Ide
Posted by: Nancy Barnett (ID *****6538) Date: November 09, 2009 at 15:30:30
In Reply to: Re: Reuben P. Ide by Heather of 476

Hi Heather,

If this is your family, you're in luck, as the lineage is documented in the book, SIMEON IDE, Yeoman, Freeman, Pioneer Printer by Louis W. Flanders, M.D. with A Genealogy of the Ide Family compiled by Edith Flanders Dunbar.

Here's the lineage:

1) Nicholas Ide b. circa 1620 at Ide, England; bur. Oct. 18, 1690, at Rehobeth, Mass.; m. to Martha Bliss, presumably the daughter of Thomas Bliss and Dorothy Wheatlie of Belstone, England. She was bur. at Rehobeth, Mass., Nov. 3, 1676.

2) 8th child, son: Capt. Timothy Ide b. Oct. 1669; d. Apr. 5, 1735, at Rehobeth; m. Oct. 20, 1687, at Rehobeth, to Elizabeth Cooper; b. Aug. 8, 1662 at Rehobeth; d. Feb. 8, 1744-5 at Rehobeth; dau. of Thomas Cooper, Jr. & Mary ____. Timothy was prominent among the early settlers of Rehobeth & gained fame as an Indian fighter. Was ensign in to the General Court of Massachusetts in 1710.

3) eldest child, son: Lieut. Timothy Ide, b. Oct. 1, 1688; d. Dec. 26, 1768 at Rehobeth; m. Dec. 20, 1716 at Rehobeth to Mary Daggett; b. 1692 at Rehobeth; d. Feb. 5, 1775 at Rehobeth.

4) 2nd child, son Timothy Ide, b. Mch 31, 1719 at Rehobeth; d. prob. 1763 (will probated Oct. 4, 1763); m. 1) June 18, 1741 at Rehobeth to Dorothy Paine; d. July 4, 1742 at Rehobeth and 2) Nov. 17, 1743 at Rehobeth to Esther Bozworth.

5) sixth child, son: Squier Ide, b. July 30, 1751 at Rehobeth; m. June 3, 1773 at Rehobeth to Mary Bowen.

6) first child, so: Otis Ide, b. Dec. 6, 1774 in Clarendon, VT.

Please note that there is a lot of controversy concerning the wife of Nicholas the immigrant. This book says it's Martha Bliss. Others will tell you that that is not necessarily correct. Hope this helps!

-- Nancy


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