--- Sargent Immigrants to America (17th and 18th Century) ---
1) William (b. 1598, bap.1606) of Ipswich
, Mass., in 1633, parents: Richard (b.1576) & Katherine Stevens
2) "Reverend" William (b.1591, bap.1602) of Charlestown
, in 1638, (genealogy in book by Aaron Sargent)
m. Hannah, Marie, Sarah. Father: Roger (1560), G-father: Hugh (1530)
3) Stephen (b.1605/08) “of Maine”
in Co Devon, Plymouth, England m. Joan (?) fishing master,
Richmond Isl., came in the ship, "Fortune" bef. 11 June 1638 whose "estate was taken in 1649,"
at Boston. He may be the father of Lt. John at the Isles of Shoals
, in 1658, b: 1633 in ME,
d: August 10, 1703 in Blackpoint, Maine. (m. Anna ?) who had children, Edward b. 1661 (m.
Elizabeth Plaistad), Benjamin b. 1673, (& Joseph? killed by Indians in 1703) and Patience b. 1675;
4) Thomas (b.1612)
who shipped from London in 1635, aged 23 years,
5) Jonathan at Branford, Conn
., in 1646, who had sons Jonathan, Thomas and John, probably born
in England. The oldest one Jonathan, and the only one by which the name was continued,
moved to New Jersey, and was the ancestor of Rev. John at Stockbridge, Mass., some of
those in Pennsylvania, and no doubt of Jeremiah at Parksburg, Va., prior to 1780,
who had sons, John, Henry E., A. C. and William.
6) William at Gloucester
, Mass., in 1649, Parents: Andrew (b.~1597) and Mary Wathen.
m. Abigail Clark in 1651 Sons: John b.1653, Andrew 1655, William 1658, Samuel 1662,
Nathan 1671, and Joseph 1675,
7) Peter Sergeant came from London, England, in 1667
, an "opulent merchant."
He died Oct. 8, 1714 and left no children.
8) William 2d (b.1610) Gloucester
, MA bef. 1678, m. Mary Duncan. Had sons:Andrew b. 1683,
Daniel b. 1686,Jordon b. 1688, Epes b. 1690, Fitz William b. 1704. This branch has
John Singer Sargent, painter. see “Early Sargents of New England” by Winthrop Sargent http://jssgallery.org/resources/Genealogy.htm
9) Digory at Boston
, 1675, and then at Worcester, Mass., where he was killed by the Indians
about 1703, and his family taken to Canada. His son Daniel lived and died there; his son
Thomas resided in Boston, Mass., in 1715; and his son John, who was killed at Fort Dummer
by the Indians, had sons Daniel, John, Thomas and Rufus, and the progenitor of what is
known as the Brattleboro, Vt., branch. He was the son of John SARGENT and Martha
10) Thomas (b: bet. 1661-1665 in England or Maine)
d: April 11, 1711 in Boston
m. Ruth Johnson (b. abt 1665 in Salem, MA) about 1690 in Scituate, Plymouth Co., MA
11) Edward of Ne[w]bury
m. Elizabeth. Children: Edward and Elizabeth 2 Dec. 1684--- 18th Century Sargents ---
12) William b.1715, New Kent, Virginia
m. Sarah Lea
From “Major Sargents and Their Minors; from James Sargent (1765 – 1845) North Carolina through Tennessee, Mississippi, and West Point 1961.”
13 & 14) James and Daniel at Boston
, record of one of them is in the
New England Historical Genealogical Society of Boston.
15) James (b.1717) emigrated to Frederick County, MD
before 1735. Married Eleanor Taylor in 1735 and had sons William, Snowdon, Richard, James, John, Elijah and five daughters. Died in 1794 or 95 in Frederick Co., MD http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=jtr-todd&id=I23644
History of Snowden Sargent, Slavery, and Abraham Lincoln:http://piketon.oh.cityguidesite.com/page.php?ID=3452Samuel (b.2 JUN 1733) in Norwich
, Conneticut m. Hannah Baldwin on 26 SEP 1751 in
Mansfield, Connecticut Isaac (b.2 DEC 1739) in Mansfield
, Connecticut m. Phebe Baldwin on 21 JUN 1759Samuel (b.1744) in Boston
. m.Bethany Smalledge William [b. ~ 1755]
who d. at Newbury, N. H., in 1845,,aged about 90 years who had sons
William F., b. 1781, Asa b. 1788, Isaac F. b. 1789, Amos and three daughters,
born in Hillsboro and vicinity and left a large posterity in New England,
who no doubt are from one of the lines previously named.Timothy (Chase?)
. at Williamstown, Mass., who had sons, Timothy, Enoch, Ephraim, Junia, Ira and
five daughters, of whom it is claimed he was born in 1751 "on the voyage from England," also that
“he was born on ship-board in Newburyport harbor." It is quite possible… the place of birth and
similarity of names, he was of the Amesbury line.
http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ahopkins/building/timothy.htmJohn at Loudon, N. H.
, who signed the association test of the revolutionary war and
m. Mar. 21, 1770, Mehitable Smith, and had sons
John b. 1770, and Isaac Smith b. 1772, was of this line.
From "Sargent Record: William Sargent of Ipswich, …Amesbury… with his descendants and their intermarriages, and other Sargent branches" (1899) by Edwin Everett Sargenthttp://www.archive.org/details/sargentrecordwil00insarg