Sergt. William Furber1

M, b. circa 1614, d. 2 July 1694
Last Edited=27 Apr 2014
     Sergt. William Furber was born circa 1614 at probably, London, England.2,1 He immigrated in 1635 to Pemaquid, Maine; Passenger in "Angel Gabriel" wrecked at Pemaquid, Maine, 1635.1 He lived in November 1635 at Ipswich.3 He lived at Dover, New Hampshire.1 He lived before 1639 at Dover Neck, New Hampshire.3 He lived after 1639 at Newington, New Hampshire.3 He was a Farmer.4 He was appointed weirsman for life, along with Edward Starbuck and Richard Waldron. in 1644.3 He married Elizabeth Clark, daughter of William Lt. Clark and Elizabeth Quick, before 1646.1 Sergt. William Furber was a Representative in 1648.3 He was a commissioner on Dover-Kittery bounds in 1654.3 He was rent agent for the town in 1654.3 1662 he acted for John, son of Willliam Clark, late of Salem, in claiming a little neck of land on Ipswich river where a house formerly stood.3 In 1675, Sergt. William Furber , Anthony Nutter and John Woodman were the commissioners to act with other towns for relieving sufferers from the war.3 On 1 December 1686, William deeded land to Moses, 36 acres at Great Bay at Great Bay, New Hampshire.1 He died on 2 July 1694 at Dover, New Hampshire.2,1

Family: Elizabeth Clark b. 1629, d. c 1700

He married Elizabeth Clark, daughter of William Lt. Clark and Elizabeth Quick, before 1646.1

Citations

  1. [S89] Et al Samuel Hart Furber, Furber Genealogy Family Group Sheets, Sheet 1.
  2. [S6] George Clarence Furber, "G. C. Furber Family Group Sheets."
  3. [S7] Charles Thornton Libby, and Walter Goodwin Davis Sybil Noyes, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, page 250.
  4. [S2] George Richard Furber, G. R. Furber's PAF Database.
  5. [S7] Charles Thornton Libby, and Walter Goodwin Davis Sybil Noyes, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire.
  6. [S5] Probably George Clarence Furber, Manuscript labelled William Furber and Assocated Notes.