__ __| | |__ | |--Jasper BLAKE | | __ |__| |__
!BIRTH-DEATH-MARRIAGE-COMMENT: "History of Hampton, NH - 1638 to 1892" by Joseph
Dow, Volumes 1 & 2, Page 602. He was a "styled Mariner".
Settled Hampton in about 1650. His wife is said to have been the sister of Rev
Timothy & Mr. Philemon Dalton. About 1660, Blake bought a house lot of Thomas
Ward, and other tracts of land, among them a lot where Oliver Lane lived in
1901, and where he made his home. He also rec'vd a deed gift from Rev. Dalton
of a farm of 100 acres.
_Joseph "dit_Bruneau" PETIT _____+ _Joseph "dit_Bruneau" PETIT _| | |_Marie CHENAY ___________________+ | |--Jn-Bte Joseph "dit_Petit" BRUNEAU | | _Jean "Sieur_de Carufel" SICARD _+ |_Agathe SICARD ______________| |_Genevieve RATE _________________+
!MARRIAGE-PLACE-SOURCE: at Comte de Maskinonge, PQ, Canada from the source;
Claude Drouin, "Repertoire Alphabetique des Mariages Canadian-Francais de 1760
a 1935", printed in Ottawa by Les Services Genealogique Claude
Drouin in 1989,
__________________________________ _Joseph FAUCHER _| | |__________________________________ | |--Gabrielle FAUCHER | | _Jean Baptiste Frederick LAMBERT _+ |_Celina LAMBERT _| |_Desange DUBOIS __________________+
_Alexander SHAPLEIGH _ _John SHAPLEIGH _| | |_JAne EGBERE _________ | |--Lieut. John SHAPLEIGH | | ______________________ |_________________| |______________________
"Shapleigh Family", by Gustav Anjou published 1919 Anundsen Publishing Co.,
Page 255, He was a Major in the Militia, and also Justice of the Peace.
His age is an estimate based on his deposition of June 1678, when he stated
that he was 36 years. He was killed by the Indians. He was a grandson of
Nicolas Shapleigh 1, and a nephew and heir of Maj. Nicolas Shapleigh 2, who
brought him from England to New Hampshire after the death of his father. On 25
Apr., 1671 Thomas Withers gave his daughter Sarah, one-half of his farm at Oak
Point, Spruce Creek, as a marriage portion, and in his will, dated 26 Sep.
1685, he records a neck of land called Oak Point, with the marsh nex to his
home. So John married. In June 1678 John Shapleigh deposed about Antipas
Mavericks's possession of a house and land near 30 years past; and in Jan.
1700/1, aged about 56 years, he deposed that he lived with Maj. Nicolas
Shapleigh in his house above 46 years past. John Shapleigh was a sergeant for
Kittery 4 July 1659 and ensign on 18 July 1665, and he was a lieutenant in
1695. In the civil and political life of Kittery, he played an important part,
serving on the jury in 1674, 1683, 1687, and 1694, and on the grand jury in
1674, 1675, and 1693, on the jury of life and death in 1693, and was a
selectman (1676-1677, 1683-1684, 1692-1699), highway surveyor (1692-1699),
town treasurer (1694-1698, and deputy (1696). He was also an overseer of the
wills of Humphrey Chadbourne in 1667, John Heard in 1676, and john Ameredith
in 1690. In 1669 John Shapleigh received a grant of 110 acres of land at
Spruce Creek, Kittery, and he also inherited part of the estate of his uncle,
Nicolas Shapleigh, at Sandy Hill, Kittery. On 29 Apr 1706 as John was
returning from his mills at Spruce Creek to his residence at Sandy Hill
accompanied by his son Nicolas, the two were waylaid at a brook and fired upon
by a party of Indians and John was killed. Nicolas was captured and carried
off to Canada.
__ __| | |__ | |--Mary TUCKER | | __ |__| |__
__ __| | |__ | |--Madeleine VIGOUREUX | | __ |__| |__