The Phillips, Weber, Kirk, & Staggs families of the Pacific Northwest

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  • ID: I06226
  • Name: Stephen PAYNE , Jr. 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 20 SEP 1629 in Great Ellingham, Norfolk, England 2
  • Death: BEF 24 JAN 1677/78 in Rehobeth, Bristol, MA 3
  • Christening: 1659 Oath of Fidelity - Tanner
  • Burial: 1661 Purchased land from "Warmsitter"
  • Baptism: 1675 King Philip War
  • Event: Bullet 1638 IMMIGRANT on the "Diligent"
  • Note:
    At age 9 traveled with family from England to Hingham, MA.
    Age 14/15 relocated to Rehobeth, MA became a Tanner by trade.
    1661 he, father & Cpt. Thomas Willett (mayor of NY) buy part of Attleboro from a Sachem Indian of Pokanoket "Warmsitter" (son of Massasoit). Contributed 10 pounds 11 shillings to King Philip War - fought under Maj. Wm. Bradford.
    (source: Albert Paine's book)

    STEPHEN PAINE (2), was born in Norfolk County, England, in 1629. He emigrated to Hingham, Massachusetts Bay, with his parents, in the ship "Diligent" in 1638, and then to Rehobeth in 1643. Stephen served under Major John Bradford in King Philip's War in 1675. He was a tanner by occupation and was active in town affairs.

    On November 3, 1652, Stephen married Ann Checkering (1616), the daughter of Francis and Ann (Fiske) Chickering, on November 3, 1652; and she bore him nine children. He died intestate at Rehobeth, where he was buried on January 24, 1677/8. The inventory of his estate, dated May 16, 1678, was valued at L585-10s-11d.

    Source: Rev. N.S. Folsom, D.D. Lawrence, MA (as recounted by Albert "Bud" Paine, Lynnfield, MA.
    "...became a prominent citizen and land owner in Swansea and Reboboth. He was an active particpant in King Phillips War in 1657. He contributed money and his personal service to carry it on, serving under John Bradford"

    Father: Stephen PAYNE b: 1602 in Great Ellingham, Norfolk, England c: 26 APR 1638 in Departs England
    Mother: Neele (Rose) ADCOCK b: BEF 20 FEB 1602/03 in Attleboro, Norfolk, England

    Marriage 1 Anna CHICKERING b: 1634 in St James, Elmham, Suffolk, England
    • Married: 3 NOV 1652 in Dedham, MA 1
    1. Has No Children Stephen PAYNE III b: 29 SEP 1654 in Rehobeth, Plymouth, MA c: 23 NOV 1654 in birth date, source:
    2. Has No Children Rebecca PAYNE b: 20 OCT 1656
    3. Has Children John PAYNE b: 3 FEB 1657/58 in Rehoboth, Bristol, MA
    4. Has No Children Mary Anna C. PAYNE b: 11 MAY 1659
    5. Has No Children Samuel PAYNE b: 12 MAY 1662 in Rehoboth, Bristol, MA c: 1695 in purchased 200 acres in Pomfret, CT
    6. Has No Children Elizabeth PAYNE b: 27 AUG 1664
    7. Has No Children Sarah PAYNE b: 12 OCT 1666
    8. Has No Children Nathaniel PAYNE b: 20 DEC 1667
    9. Has No Children Benjamin PAYNE b: 9 MAR 1670/71

    1. Title: English Ancestry of Sephen Paine, by Sidney L Paine, NEHGR, Oct 1989, pp 291-302
    3. Title: English Ancestry of Sephen Paine, by Sidney L Paine, NEHGR, Oct 1989, pp 291-302
      Text: burial date
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