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PEASE, Robert
(1565-1623)
KING, Margaret
(1573-1644)
BROWNING, Malachi
(1600-1653)
COLLIER, Mary
(1604-1672)
PEASE, John
(1608-1689)
BROWNING, Mary
(Abt 1629-After 1695)
PEASE, Samuel
(1655-1689)

 

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PEASE, Samuel 1

  • Born: 1655, Edgarton, Dukes Co., MA 1
  • Died: 12 Oct 1689 at age 34 1
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bullet  General Notes:

Samuel Pease is believed to be identical with the Capt. Samuel Pease, commander of the sloop of war "Mary", fitted out by the Massachusetts Colony to protect the coase from the attacks of French privateers and pirated operating under letters of marque granted by the King of France. He died of wounds he received in a successful defeat of one of the pirate ships on October 4, 1689. While the names of his wife and children are unknown for certain, they are strongly believed to have moved to New Hampshire and are in fact known. 1


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1 Banks, Charles Edward (1854-1931), The history of Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Massachusetts (Edgartown, MA, Dukes Co. Hist. Society, 1966) in 3 Volumes: Contents: v. 1. General history -- v. 2. Town annals -- v. 3. Family genealogies [1641 - ca. 1800].)


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