Accot of Administ By Mr. Saml Harris on the Estate of Mr. Mark Haskol decd. Dr. To My Self & Horse to Ipswich £1: 5 To the Judge 7s Reg 7s. Expence, 8s 1: 2 To swearing apprizers 0: 6 To the 3 apprizers & Expence 1: 18 To his Time & Trouble abt. ye
Names of Rectors of St. Michael’s Protestant Episcopal Church
Copied from time original on file in Essex County Probate Office. “The 27: of May: 1667. I Roger Haskell being sick in body, but of perfect memorye, doe make this my last will & testament- I doe bequeathe & give to my wife two cowes, the one being at our son in lawes, William Dodges,
ROGER, WILLIAM, and MARK HASKELL, three brothers, are undoubtedly the patriarchal heads of the Haskell family of New England and are found to be very early settlers at Beverly, where Roger had twenty acres of land granted him by the town of Salem, in 1636—probably located not far from Essex Bridge. In 1643 John Hardy
(6) MICHAEL2 (Henry1) m. Joanna _______. Two Children 9. MICHAEL3 b. March 22, 1 668—9; d. July 26, 1730. 10. JOSHUA3 b. Feb. 22, 1670—1.
(9) MICHAEL3 (Michael2 Henry1), born March 22, 1668-9; d. July 26, 1730. He was a witness to a nuncupative will made between Thomas Rhoades, of Marblehead, and John Simpson, on board the ship Essex, at Sea, where in it was agreed that if during the voyage, the survivor should have what clothes, wages, &c. the
A brief notice of this family is here given, to more clearly show its relative connection with that of the White and Haskell Families, and which is interwoven with them from the first to almost the last generation in a remarkable degree. To this end it is not necessary to give more than a mere