Pane-Joyce Genealogy
7681. Caleb Lincoln. Born on 8 Oct 1643 in Hingham, MA.45 Caleb died bef 1645.
7682. Joshua Lincoln. Born ca 1645 in Hingham, MA. Joshua was baptized in Hingham, MA, on 3 May 1645.45 Joshua died in Hingham, MA on 21 Apr 1694.45 Occupation: carpenter.

Joshua, known as ‘carpenter,’ constable 1672, and selectman 1682 and 1691. He resided on Frot Hill St.45
On 20 Apr 1666 Joshua married Deborah Hobart (3849) , daughter of Capt. Joshua Hobart (2305) (ca 1614-28 Jul 1682) & Ellen Ibrook (1531) (ca 1622-25 Jul 1700), in Hingham, MA.45 Born ca 1647. Deborah was baptized in Hingham, MA, on 12 Sep 1647.45 Deborah died in Hingham, MA on 29 Nov 1684.45
Their children include:
Peter Lincoln (Died soon) (6 Jun 1667-11 Jul 1668)
Joshua Lincoln (9 May 1669-18 Oct 1700)
Peter Lincoln (19 Jan 1670/1-31 Aug 1731)
Jacob Lincoln (Died soon) (6 Mar 1672/3-26 Apr 1672/3)
Deborah Lincoln (31 Aug 1674-28 May 1748)
Margaret Lincoln (Died young) (14 Mar 1677-30 Nov 1683)
Caleb Lincoln (9 Oct 1678-31 Oct 1721)
Jacob Lincoln (21 Mar 1680/1-20 Dec 1729)
Solomon Lincoln (25 Nov 1682-7 Feb 1763)
Isaac Lincoln (Died young) (14 Nov 1684-29 Dec 1689)
7683. Caleb Lincoln. Born ca 1645. Caleb was baptized in Hingham, MA, on 3 May 1645.45 Caleb died in Hingham, MA on 9 Dec 1715.45 Occupation: carpenter.

Caleb resided on Fort Hill, corner of West St.45
On 8 May 1684 Caleb first married Rachel Bates, daughter of James Bates (ca 1621-5 Jul 1689) & Ruth Lyford (ca 1619-9 Mar 1689/90).45 Born on 6 Sep 1659 in Hingham, MA.45 Rachel died in Hingham, MA, on 10 Nov 1696; she was 37.45
Their children include:
Ruth Lincoln (11 Feb 1684/5-)
Caleb Lincoln (Died young) (6 Feb 1686/7-)
Rachel Lincoln (20 Jun 1688-)
Anna Lincoln (15 Sep 1690-5 May 1725)
Silence Lincoln (26 Dec 1692-11 Mar 1760)
Luke Lincoln (27 Mar 1695-29 Feb 1770)
On 2 Sep 1698 Caleb second married Hannah Jackson in Hingham, MA.45 Hannah died in Hingham, MA on 17 May 1706.45
7684. Susanna Lincoln. Born on 16 Aug 1646 in Hingham, MA.45 Susanna died in Scituate, MA, on 31 Jan 1730; she was 83.

“Joseph Berstow was married to Susanna Linkhorne of hingham the 16 Day of May 1666.”110
On 16 May 1666 when Susanna was 19, she married Joseph Barstow (3176) , son of William Barstow (1293) (ca 1612-1 Jan 1668/9) & Anna Hubbard (1507) (ca 1614-aft 23 Jun 1674), in Scituate, MA.52 Born on 6 Jun 1639 in Dedham, MA.190 Joseph, the Son of William Barsto & [An] his wife, was borne the 6th of the 4 mo. 1639. At the age of 1, Joseph was baptized in Dedham, MA, on 25 Apr 1641.14 Joseph died in Scituate, MA, on 17 Apr 1712; he was 72.52

Joseph lived in a house thirty rods north-east of Hanover corners in Scituate. It was a garrison house in Philip’s war. The house of Daniel Sherman stood on the site in 1937.53 42

From the History of Hanover, page 18:174
    “Farther east, or 41 rods N. E. of the Corners, and opposite the residence of Joseph S. Bates, on Broadway, stood the house of Joseph Barstow, grandson of Williamn which was used as a block-house or garrison house in the Indian War of 1676. This structure was removed many years ago, but its foundation is still visible [in 1872], and the outlines of the same may be traced even from the road.
    “In March 1672, liberty was ‘graunted and allowed to Joseph Barstow to keep an ordinary at the place where he now lives, and that he be provided always with necessaries for the entertainment of travellers, and keep good order in his house, that there be no just cause of complaint against him in that behalfe.’ [Col. Rec. 3, 178.]
    “Across the North River, in Oct. 1656, William, Senr. was authorised to build a bridge, ‘above the third herring bJrook, at stoney reache, being the place where now passengers goe freqnently over; the said bridge to bee made sufficient for horse and foot; and to cleare and make a way to Hughes Cross, and to open and clear and make a way along beyand Hughes Crosse toward the bay, soe as to avoid a certain Rocky hill and swamp;- he to have £12 current countrey pay for so doing.’ [Col. Rec. 3. 107]
    “July 27. 1662, Mr. Barstow agreed with Mr. Constant Southworth, and Major Josias Winslow, in behalf of the Colony of New Plymouth, to keep in repair and maintain the bridge called Barstow’s bridge, upon the North River, in consideration of £20 in hand paid, for 20 years, to serve for transportation of passengers, horses, chattle, and all such use as they shall ordinarily put it to, and pledged for the fulfilment of this contract, the house and land in and on which he dwelt, a small tract already disposed of to his son (in law) Moses Simmons, only excepted. [Col. Rec. 4, 76.]
    “This bridge, the first built on the stream, stood above the present bridcge and the old piers, which are still visible, and which belonged to the second bridge, are probably near, if not on the spot where Mr. Barstow built.
    “In 1657, Mr. Barstow was ‘allowed by the Court tco draw and sell wine, beer, and strong waters for passengers that come and goe over the bridge he hath lately made, or others that shall have occation, unless any just exception shall come in against him.’ [Col. Rec. 3, 115] He had been previously licensed to keep an ordinary; [Ibid. 4, 126] so that we think it probable that near his bridge he had a small building as a kind of toll-house, and here his refreshments were kept.
    “About 1662, a grant of land was made to William Barstow, ‘lying westward of Cornett Studsons graunt, in reference to satisfaction for his paines &c. in the countreys business;’ [ibid. 4, 6 and 186] and the commissioners were instructed to lay out for him not less than 40, nor more than 50 acres of arable land.
    “Benjamin, Capt. Joseph, and Samuel Barstow, were the representatives of tile family in Hanover, at the date of the incorporation of the town.
    “Benjamin, who occupied his grandfather’s house, was engaged principally in ship-building, at the yard established by the family on the North River, as early as 1690, and this business is still followed by his descendants. Some of his sons moved to Rochester, and established ship-yards, yet improved by their descendants, who are among the most active and enterprising men in Mattapoisett.
    “Capt. Joseph, in connexion with Benjamin Stetson, received in 1720, a grant of two acres of land on the Indian Head River, between Pine Hill and Rocky Run, for the accommodation of a forge and flnery, and erected the forge subsequently known as Barstow's forge, but now as Sylvester’s, and which was improved by his descendants for nearly a century, or until about the year 1800.
    “Samuel Barstow resided in the Drinkwater district, and owned land in the Central and Westerly parts of the town. He was engaged principally in farming, having an estate of nearly one thousand acres, and was somewhat interested in commercial pursuits as a ship owner, and in manufactures as proprietor of a mill.”
Their children include:
Susanna Barstow (3 Jun 1667-16 Feb 1691/2)
Capt. Joseph Barstow (22 Jan 1675-25 Jul 1728)
Benjamin Barstow (1 Mar 1679/80-bef 1712)
Deborah Barstow (26 Dec 1681-)
Samuel Barstow (1 Jan 1683/4-23 Oct 1730)
7685. Mary Lincoln. Born 10 Feb 1647/8 in Hingham, MA.45 Mary was baptized in Hingham, MA, on 23 Apr 1648.45
5 Jan 1674/5 Mary married Lieut. Francis Barker (9477) , son of Robert Barker (3190) (ca 1616-bet 1689 and 1691) & Lucy (-aft 1681), in Duxbury, MA.192 Born ca 1646.16 Francis died in 1720.290

From Elizabeth Barker’s Barker Genealogy:290
    Francis was especially active in the civic affairs of the colony; in 1686 he was appointed to treat with Scituate, Mass. about the division of a tract of land in dispute with Duxbury, was a deputy to the General Court at Plymouth in 1686, 1694, 1701, 1703, was Selectman of Duxbury in 1685-96, was Constable in 1689, was commissioned an ensign 10-2-1689. He built and had gained sufficient wealth to rank as ‘Gentleman.’

Francis “was one of the Selectmen of Dux. 1685, and 1686, Capt. of a military company, etc. Later in life he removed to Pem. where in the conveyances of real est. he is called ‘Gentleman.’45

Francis lived in that part of Duxbury that is now Pembroke. It is claimed that he built and operated the first iron furnace in America in 1702 on Furnace Pond. Lieut. Francis Barker retired from active business in 1713 and gave his estate to his surviving children. To his daughter Ruth he gave a house in Pembroke.42
Their children include:
Francis Barker (Died soon) (9 Oct 1675-29 Oct 1675)
Joshua Barker (Died unmarried) (16 Nov 1676-)
Elizabeth Barker (31 Oct 1677-17 Apr 1711)
Josiah Barker (21 Sep 1679-1718)
Ruth Barker (Died young) (31 Jan 1681-)
Francis Barker (18 Oct 1682-1733)
Ruth Barker (21 Jan 1683-1732)
Capt. Thomas Barker (1686-ca 1734)
Elisha Barker (Died unmarried) (say 1687-1710)
Ebenezer Barker (say 1689-10 Apr 1756)
Isaac Barker (say 1691-5 Dec 1725)
7686. Sarah Lincoln. Born on 29 Sep 1650 in Hingham, MA.45 Sarah died in Hingham, MA, on 9 Jul 1738; she was 87.45
On 6 May 1675 when Sarah was 24, she married Thomas Marsh (6637) , son of Thomas Marsh (2810) (-2 Aug 1658) & Sarah Beal (2539) (ca 1625-9 Nov 1710), in Hingham, MA.45 Born on 4 Dec 1651 in Hingham, MA.45 Thomas died in Hingham, MA 22 Mar 1724/5.45

Thomas was selectman in 1692, 1696, 1709, and 1710. he resided on the paternal homestead, North St.45
Their children include:
Thomas Marsh (24 Oct 1676-18 Sep 1726)
Caleb Marsh (24 Oct 1678-4 Nov 1763)
Sarah Marsh (9 Jul 1681-5 Jan 1717/8)
Mary Marsh (17 Feb 1683/4-8 Oct 1781)
John Marsh (Died soon) (1 Dec 1686-18 Dec 1686)
Jonathan Marsh (Died soon) (20 Jun 1688-14 Jul 1688)
Jonathan Marsh (10 Aug 1689-)
7687. Thomas Lincoln. Born on 22 Dec 1652 in Hingham, MA.45 Thomas died in Plymouth, MA, on 28 Sep 1698; he was 45.45 died while visiting Plymouth.

Thomas, known as ‘carpenter’ or ‘husbandman,’ constable 1687. Thomas resided near ‘Bull’s Pond,’ Hingham Centre.45
6 Jan 1684[/5] Thomas married Sarah Lewis (20215) , daughter of Lieut. James Lewis (17191) (ca 1632-4 Oct 1713) & Sarah Lane (7341) (ca 1637/8-17 Mar 1698), in Barnstable, MA.170 Born 4 Mar 1660/1 in Barnstable, MA.170 Sarah died in Hingham, MA on 30 Jan 1732.45

Sarah first married Thomas Lincoln, second Robert Waterman as his second wife.
Their children include:
James Lincoln (20 Jul 1684-18 Mar 1737/8)
Sarah Lincoln (21 Oct 1685-14 Mar 1763)
Susanna Lincoln (19 Sep 1688-1732)
Thomas Lincoln (Died young) (30 Aug 1692-)
Ebenezer Lincoln (9 Apr 1694-12 Jan 1777)
Mary Lincoln (14 Jan 1695/6-26 Oct 1784)
7688. Daniel Lincoln. Born on 14 May 1654 in Hingham, MA.45 Daniel died in Hingham, MA, on 14 Feb 1670; he was 15.45
7689. Elizabeth Lincoln. Born on 2 Dec 1656 in Hingham, MA.45 Elizabeth died in Hingham, MA, on 28 Dec 1741; she was 85.45

Daniel and Elizabeth resided in the second precinct of Hingham.45
23 Jan 1677/8 Elizabeth married Daniel Lincoln (27235) , son of Samuel Lincoln (11007) (ca 1622-26 May 1690) & Martha Lyford (ca 1628-10 Apr 1693), in Hingham, MA.45 Born ca 1652 in Hingham, MA. Daniel was baptized in Hingham, MA, 2 Jan 1652/3.45 Daniel died in Hingham, MA on 29 Apr 1732.45 Occupation: planter.

Daniel resided in the second precinct, the part of Hingham which later became Cohasset.
Their children include:
Capt. Obidiah Lincoln (21 Apr 1679-10 Apr 1727)
Hezekiah Lincoln (25 Dec 1681-23 Oct 1755)
Elizabeth Lincoln (26 Feb 1688/9-bef Oct 1747)
Isaac Lincoln (20 Oct 1691-bef 29 Apr 1732)
Martha Lincoln (13 Feb 1694/5-bef Dec 1725)
7690. Ephraim Lincoln. Born on 1 Nov 1659 in Hingham, MA.45 Ephraim died in Hingham, MA, on 28 Jan 1660.45
7691. Ruth Lincoln. Born on 19 Nov 1662 in Hingham, MA.45 Ruth died in Hingham, MA, on 10 Apr 1751; she was 88.45
13 Jan 1684/5 Ruth married Samuel Gill (12012) , son of Thomas Gill (ca 1616-24 Feb 1704/5) & Hannah Otis (4082) (ca 1618-25 Jan 1675/6), in Hingham, MA.45 Born on 10 Dec 1655 in Hingham, MA.45 Samuel died in Hingham, MA, on 29 Mar 1730; he was 74.45 Occupation: farmer.

Samuel, constable 1700, resided on North St., near Hobart’s Bridge.45
Their children include:
Mary Gill (6 Sep 1686-25 Aug 1715)
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