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Re: PATTEE, Peter b. 1645/46 d. 1724
Posted by: carol hammer Date: July 15, 1999 at 10:56:31
In Reply to: Re: PATTEE, Peter b. 1645/46 d. 1724 by stephen john pattee of 479

Patee (pattee,et.al.) Pedigree Chart

Deric Pattee b abt 1605 France
m. 25 March 1644 London,Eng to
Marie DuPrie who was b. 1620, London
d. 1666 London, England
Peter Pattee b. 22 Feb 1646 London
m. 8 Nov, 1682 in Haverhill,
Mass. Sarah Gill b. 27
June 1654 Salisbury,Mass.
Sarah died 1718
d. 19 Oct 1724 Haverhill, Mass.
Samuel Pattee b. 24 Aug. 1687 Haverhill,
Mass.
m. 1711 to Elizabeth Prince
who was b. 17 Oct. 1690 in
Gloschester, mass.
d. 16 Sept. 1749 Haverhill,
Mass.
Benjamin Pattee
b. 13 April 1724 haverhill,
Mass.
m. Abigail Emerson b. 7 March
1719 Haverhill, mass.
d.-----
Lydia Pattee b. 25 Nov. 1749
m. Josiah page B. 9 July 1748
Jonathan Page
b. 22 Feb 1770

I will stop with the incoming of the Page
line of which i am intensely interested and
have done copious amounts of research on. I
have quite a bit o the Pattee line, however
you wish to spell it! Here is a little
more---

Peter Pattee

He was baptised in the French Church in
Threadneedle, London, England. His will was
proved 2 Nov. 1724and the actual will was
dated 11 Sept. 1722. Peter settled first in
Virgina where he had one son. He moved to
Haverhill in 1676 where he took the oath of
allegiance 28 Nov. 1677 and establuished the
first ferry at Haverhill wich is still called
after him today. He applied for acceptance as
"townman" of haverhill in 1677 and was
refused. (He was too differn=ent in
temperment) He was a soldier in King Philip's
war in 1679. He applied for a grant after the
war for a piece of land to settle on and was
again refused. The townsmen discovered he had
left a wife and son in Va and ordered him to
sen for them. He made every effort to find
them and said he could not so he was allowed
to stay in town since he "hadn't offended
anyone'. In 1686 accused of trespassing on
town ways and pivate lands by fencing them.
In 1694 he was elected haverhill's constable
by majority vote. In 1694 he applied for
permission to build a gristmill on land he ha
purchased from John and Cornelius Page (my
ancestors) and was refused. In 1696 he
applied for permission to operate a tavern in
his house and was granted. In 1710 he was
operating Pattee's ferry which he deeded to
his son, Richard on 19 jan. 1720. In 1710 he
was again elected constable of haverhill

He was a difficult man to get along with and
only gradually found his way to public
acceptance." He was probably a man of
considerable native ability and originality,
but with a somewhat unconventional and
undiplomatic temperent for 17th century
Haverhill" (Taken from records of Quarterly
Courts of Essex Cty, Mass.)

Childre of Peter Pattee and Sarah Gill:

Moses Pattee
Benjamin Pattee
Samuel Pattee ---was given permission to
build a pew in Haverhill Church 7 Dec. 1708
peovided he did not block the window. He was
a cordwaier.
Hannah Pattee
Mary (Mercy) Pattee
Jemina Pattee
Benjamin Pattee (again)

I ahve more on the family, and would be glad
to share--I hope this helps a lot of you
searching Peter Pattee!

Peace,Carol

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