Hi,  Could add:  Littlefield, Wentworth, Wheelwright, and others.  Working on a connection to the Libby line. 


Also, have following info re ALEXANDER GORDON 


b about 1639 in Scotland, taken prisoner at Tuttle Fields, London, released by Daniel Stone of Cambridge, came to America in 1652 on the LIBERTY with John Cloyes' sale of his services to Samuel Stratton.  After one year's servitude he petitioned for freedom.  It was granted and he movd from Charlestown to Exeter where he was employed by Nicholas Lyssen (Lissen).  He died in 1697 at Exeter.  H m 1660 at Exeter Mary LESSON, daughter of Nicholas and Jane or Alice Lesson.


Their children:

Nicholas born 23 March 1665/6 at Exeter

Mary born 22 May 1668 at Exeter, died 1737 at Exeter, married - date unknown - at Exeter NICHOLAS SMITH, born 3 Sept. 1661 at Exeter, died 1716 at Exeter

John born 26 Oct. 1670 at Exeter

James born 22 July 1673 atExeter


Nicholas and Mary GORDON SMITH had 13 children, I believe.


I do not have the sources for this information, but think you may be able to research it fairly easily. 



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