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andrew hidden[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]

Male Abt 1622 - 1702  (~ 80 years)


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  • Name andrew hidden 
    Born Abt 1622  [11
    Gender Male 
    Probate USA (Essex County) 1702  [12
    Reference Number A116 
    Died 18 Feb 1702  [13
    Person ID I4111  Hidden | Descendants of Andrew Hidden of Rowley b abt 1622
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2016 

    Family sarah houstin,   b. Abt 1626,   d. 19 Oct 1729  (Age ~ 103 years) 
    Married 7 Apr 1654  Rowley, MA Find all individuals with events at this location  [14
    Children 
     1. andrew hidden,   b. Jul 1655,   d. Yes, date unknown
     2. john hidden,   b. 16 Feb 1657, Rowley Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1695, Rowley Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 37 years)
     3. margaret hidden,   b. 28 Jul 1659,   d. Yes, date unknown
     4. sarah hidden,   b. 1 Oct 1661,   d. Yes, date unknown
     5. mary hidden,   b. 21 Sep 1663,   d. Yes, date unknown
     6. elizabeth hidden,   b. 19 Dec 1665,   d. 7 Feb 1743  (Age 77 years)
     7. ann hidden,   b. 22 Jun 1668, Rowley Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     8. mary hidden,   b. 21 Jul 1669,   d. Yes, date unknown
     9. andrew hidden,   b. 26 Aug 1670,   bur. 13 Oct 1670  (Age ~ 0 years)
     10. joseph hidden,   b. 28 Oct 1671,   d. Yes, date unknown
     11. samuel hidden,   b. 16 Jul 1673, Rowley Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Jul 1717, Rowley Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 44 years)
     12. ebenezer hidden,   b. 7 Mar 1676, Rowley Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Jul 1748, Rowley Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years)
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2016 
    Family ID F1288  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Note that there is a connection between the Rowland family and the parish of Ropley, Hants, and that there are many entries in the Ropley pariah register for the Andrews family. Could Andrew Hidden taken his name from an Andrews relative?

  • Sources 
    1. .
      [recno 12225] from: Rowley, Massachusetts "Mr. Ezeci Rogers Plantation" 1639 - 1850 by Amos Everett Jewett & Emily Mabel Adams Jewett 1946
      p120 In Rowley herdsmen were appointed as early as 1650 "Cowes went out under the keeping of George Kilbourne & John Grant in year 53 upon the 25th of April young cattle inder the keeping of Andrew Hiden .... "
      p122 Early in the history of Rowley small enclosures of stone or wood were built for the confining of cattle, shhep, horses or swine found running at large, and men were regularly chosen to the office of pinder. The first one of record is John Palmer, 1650-1. Charles Brown was chosen in 1652, and Andrew Hidden in 1654: James Bailey or his son John and Samuel Stickney, 1660. Three pinders were elected in 1661 and six in 1663-4. Pinder is an old English word meaning the poundkeeper of a manor, and pinfold the enclosure in which the animals were confined.. 'Pinder', pinfold' and 'gates' seem to have been peculiar to Rowley , as they are seldom if ever found in the records of neighbouring towns. They may have been common in Yorkshire where most of the Rowley settlers originated, or the people of this town more tenacious of the old English names.
      p130. Among charges in Mr. Richard Dummers account of Mr. Thomas Nelson's estate 1649 [there are] three of .... Mr. Hidden 19s 10d, teaching the children. [Richard Dummer was a relation of Thomas Nelson, who was the wealthiest of the early settlers]

    2. .
      [recno 12226] from: Rowley, Mass Records - Town, Church & Country
      "Early Records of the Town of Rowley, Mass. 1639 - 1672. Being Volume One of the Printed Records of the Town" by Benjamin P. Mighill & George B. Blodgette 1894
      No records of the town remain before Aug 1647.
      The first 50 pages of this book are the contents of a book begun in 1643 containing the laying out of lands & division of fences. [Andrew Hidden is not in the list of those who had house lots in the first division]
      Newcomers who resided in Rowley before 1660 [includes] Andrew Hidden
      [There is no mention in the book of Andrew Hidden's birthplace or parentage]

    3. .
      [recno 12227] from: Early Settlers of Rowley, Mass. - compiled by George Brainard Blodgette - Revised & edited by Andrew Everett Jewett - Publ 1933 [the original editition was publ 1882 - 1887]
      Rowley was settled in 1639
      Andrew Hidden was of Rowley as early as 31:3 mo:1649, when he was in court for " striking another man's servant" (Essex Ct files)
      There is no mention of the birthplace or parentage of Andrew Hidden. Apparently the revised edition left out father Thomas.
      Andrew had 12 children - 6 are boys - none named Thomas. Seven of his children married ( 3 sons & 4 daughters) and none of the grandchildren are named Thomas

    4. .
      [recno 12230] from: Records & Files of the Quarterly Court of Essex co., Mass

      Vol 2 1656 - 1662
      p397 Court held at Salem - June 24, 1662
      Andrew Hidden of Rowley, aged about forty years deposed ...

      Vol 7 1678 - 1680
      pp 83, 84 Court held at Ipswich, Sep 24, 1678
      Andrew Hidden aged about 55 years deposed...
      p 208 Court held at Salem, June 24, 1679
      Andrew Hidden aged about fifty-five years deposed...

    5. .
      [recno 12232] Essex County, Mass., Deeds Vol 27 p269 last day of Feb 1696
      Andrew Hidden of Rowley, Prov of Massachusetts Bay in New England makes over to son Samuel Hidden as his full portion in all ye land yt was laid out to him at Hook Meadow or near to it adjoining to Mr. Thomas Nelson's land by estimation 12 acres more or less ....
      Sarah Hidden signs giving up her right of dowry.
      Presented in Court 15 Mar 1714/15

    6. .
      [recno 12233] Essex co, Mass, Deeds
      Vol 28 p120 12 Dec 1704
      Samuel Hidden, husbandman in Rowley, Province of Massachusetts Bay in New England with consent of wife Mary and for 13 sells to Moses Bradstreet, yeoman of Ipswich... 12 acres laid out "to my father Andrew Hidden adjoining to land laid out to Mr. Thomas Nelson on ye east and ye Town Land on the west.. "
      Presented in court 15 June 1711

    7. .
      [12234] Essex co., Mass, Deeds
      Vol 30 p104 15 Mar 1714
      "I widow Sarah Hidden of ye town of Rowley in ye county of Essex in New England having power given me by my husband Andrew Hidden's will to sell land for my maintenance if I stand in need and at this time being in want of bread corne and clothing and having nothing to supply myself but with all being aged and past laboring do hereby these presents for & in consideration of ten pounds of money or provision to be paid upon demand by Bill secured do hereby these presents firmly sell & fully make over & deliver unto Ebenezer Word yeoman in ye town & Province abovesaid a parcel of swampy land lying in ye swamp called ye Great Swampe in ye Township of Rowley being by estimation in quantity of four acres
      Presented in court 27 Dec 1714

    8. .
      [recno 12236] Essex Co., Mass, Deeds
      Vol 33 p 5 13 Oct 1684
      Andrew Hidden & John Hidden son of Andrew Hidden with consent of Sarah Hidden wife of sd Andrew all of Rowley, Essex, New England sell to Joseph Jewett of Rowley six acres in Rowley bounded on the south west by [the] brook commonly called Bate Hollow Brooke and on the northwest on ye highway & on ye northwest on land layd out to Nathaniel Harrise (Harrie ?) & on ye southwest on land layd out to John Palmer & other men.
      Wit: Saml Platts Jnr& Francis Palmer
      Andrew & sarah acknowledged deed in court 22 Mar 1693
      Witnesses sworn, John Hidden signed 26 Mar 1717

    9. .
      [recno 12236] Essex Co., Mass., Deeds
      Vol 38 p221 3 Jan 1721/2
      Sarah Hidden relict of Andrew Heddon, deceased in town of Rowley, Province of Massachusetts Bay in New England "having power to sell land for my maintenance being aged and past my labour and in want" for 12 sells to Thomas Burpee & Jonathan Burpee both of Rowley a certain freehold or Commonage being below the Pen Brook so called in Rowley.
      Recorded in court 27 Jan 1721/2

    10. [S11651] Recno:6787 (Reliability: 3).
      [Recno:6787 ]
      Genealogies in the Library of Congress No. 8324 HIDDEN
      a hidden memorial; descendants of andrew hidden of rowley massachusetts by robert arthur and margaret ada hidden, vancouver washington 1953 (supl 1969) 176, 35, 5l illus ports 28 cm. Some extra leaves inserted with additions to 1969. 30-3477
      MARC CS71. H633 1969

    11. .
      aged 40 in 1662

    12. [S11343] Probate Abstract USA (Essex County), Recno:12224 (Reliability: 3).
      [Recno:12224 Edesc:will Date: ?? Apr 1702 ]
      Andrew Hiddens Will
      In the name of God Amen. I Andrew Hidden of the town of Rowley in the County of Essex in New England being weak of body but of a sound understanding and in a perfect memory blessed be God Almighty do make and ordaine this my last will and testament in manner as followeth. That is to say first and principally I commend my soule to God who gave it me hopeing through the power and merits of Jesus Christ my dear Saviour for a happyresurrection and my body to be entered into the earth by a decent buriall at the discression of my executrix hereafter named and as for that outward estate that God hath been pleased to give unto me, after my funerall charges & honest debts are payd I dispose of as followeth. First my will is that my beloved wife Sarah Hidden shall have my whole estate during her naturall life both houseing and lands [&] moveables and if she stand in need for her maintenance I doe impower her to sell all or any part of my houseing or lands & my will is that after my wife Sarahs death what houseing or land is not sold for her maintenance I doe give to my son Ebenezer Hidden and two cows and my moveable estate I do give to my beloved wife Sarah liberty to dispose of either in her life or at her death to any of her children as is most helpfull to her in her old age. And I do make [&] constitute my beloved wife Sarah to be whole and sole executrix of this my last will and testament. and in testimony whereof I the above sd Andrew Hidden have sette my hand & seale this eighteenth day of Febuary in the year seventeen hundred and one or two. Signed sealed & declared to be his last will in the presence of us,
      Moses Platts, Wm Crewy [or Creedy], Samuel Platts Andrew (X) Hidden his mark [seal]

      Essex Ss(?) Before the Honble Jonath Corwin Esq Judge of Probate of Wills etc Ipswich 13(?) April 1702. Wm Crewy [or Creedy] & Saml Platts personally appeared & made oath that they were present & did see Andrew Hidden signe & seal and heard him publish & declare the above written instrumt to be his last will & testamt & Moses Platts testified that he saw Andrew Hidden signe & seale the above written instrumt. And they all testified that he was of a disposing mind to their best understanding and that they then sunscribed as witnesses in his presents.
      Sworne attested John Higginson Regr

    13. .
      [Rowley] Church record "an old man"
      recno 18227

    14. .
      [recno 12231] Record of Birth, Marriage, Intentions to Marry & Deaths in Rowley, Essex, Mass. 1639 - 1825
      p195 1654 Andrew & Sarah Headon marryed the fourth month, the seventh day
      [this is a hand-written copy of the original transcribed in 1884]