Farmingham becomes a town in 1700.
Daniel Sr moves to Boston, Daniel Jr and Hannah (Anna) Elliot remain in house indentured Daniel Sr built at Otter Neck and attended the Sudbury Church;
Plan of Framingham Plantation 1699
Author: Temple, J. H., (Josiah Howard)
Publisher: Town of Framingham, Mass.
Location: Framingham (Mass.)
Dimensions: 62 x 65 cm.
Scale: Scale not given
Call Number: G3764.F7 1699 .T4x
The unnamed houses in the Salem End Region are felt to be of the Elliot and Town families, which moved onto Oxford, MA.
Framington, Salem End region;
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Otter Neck is a neck of land on John Stone’s land near were he built a mill.
People of Otter Neck attended Sudbury Church.
Otter Neck which becomes Framingham in the vitals it shows Daniel and Hannah has son Daniel.
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Daniel and Hannah move on to Salem Village to be with Hannah’s father Peter Cloyse and stepmother Sarah Town Bridges Cloyse.
They have one child born;
And, dies in 1690, recorded among those who died at Casco Bay, by Rev Samuel Parris;
But Danvers/Salem Village history;
Daniel Elliot inserted in error likely from incorrect transcription of Rev Samuel Parris’ records on deaths.
Hobbs spector is blame for the death of Hannah-Anna Elliot’s child in Salem Village;
Hannah and Daniel move on with families refugees of the Salem Trials, on to land supplied by Thomas Danforth, Salem End.
In Salem End they attended the Church of Marborough;
Other children born before the forming of Farmingham, were born in Salem End where family attended the Church of Marborough;
Recorded today in Framington Births.
Mark Elliott 4/1/2015
Noted; Peter Cloyse son of seaman John Cloyse, first wife was Hannah “Anna” Littlefield Cloyse, daughter became Daniel’s wife was Hannah “Anna” Cloyse Elliot.
Daniel likely a miller, and Peter obtained land near a mill, once owned by deceased father-in-law by first wife Edmund Littlefield of Wells, Maine;
February 6, 1673;
Know all men by these Presents, that I Fran: Littlefield of Wells Junior in New England, In Consideration of a valewable sume offiveteen pounds to mee in hand payd before the Insealeing & delivery hereof, the reciept, wrof, I doe acknowledg my selfe there with to beefully contented & satisfyd, by my brother in law Peter Cloyce living & resident in the same Town, have & hereby doe sell give grant Assign Enfeoff& Confirme unto ye said Peter Cloyse his heyres executors Administrators & Assignes, a Certain Tract & Prcell of upland liing & being on the westernmost side of that River Called by the name of Webhannet River, at the Falls w’ron the sayd Fran: Littlefield hath built a Saw Mill neare untohis dwelling house, weh formerly was the Interest of his father Edmund Littlefield deceased,…