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On the list of "our brethren and neighbors of Muddy River" who contributed towards the building of this meeting-house, we find the name of Edward Devotion, who gave the sum of £5- This generosity and his office of "tithingman" would indicate that he was more than ordinarily interested in religious affairs.He was a member of the Apostle John Eliot's church, and his burial is recorded on the original old records in the hand writing of Eliot thus: "1685-7-23 Father Devotion buried." His estate was appraised: - Edward Devotion's children were: - So of this family of eleven children, five daughters married, one died unmarried aged 24, and one died less than four years of age. Thomas and Edward were both alive when their father died in 1685 and were then fifteen and seventeen years of age.But no records of their life beyond that time have come to light, and so with John alone we start a genealogical record of the second generation.Devotion, son of Edward and Mary Devotion, was born in Brookline, and was baptized June 26t 1659.Safe Link is a resource for all victims of domestic violence.Each caller will speak to a trained advocate who will provide non-judgmental support and assistance. Callers are assisted in identifying the options that are appropriate for their situation.Eventbrite, and certain approved third parties, use functional, analytical and tracking cookies (or similar technologies) to understand your event preferences and provide you with a customized experience.By closing this banner or by continuing to use Eventbrite, you agree.
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This was the year that he attained his majority, and he probably built this house as a home for his bride, as about that time, or soon after, he married Hannah, daughter of Daniel Pond of Dedham.
Their signatures may still be seen by anyone interested in them, as there is in the Brookline Public Library an old deed, dated 1706, signed by John and Hannah Devotion, and sealed with a seal which is perhaps the coat-of-arms of the Devotion family.
In 1698, as appears by the Brookline records, the Roxbury people agreed that the people of Muddy River might worship at their house, bearing one-fifth of the expense, which was £6, 4s.
They had a "raising" and the bill of the expenses and provisions was £20, 15s.
In 1653 we find him chosen to oversee fences at Muddy River.