_John SHATTUCK _ _William SHATTUCK _| | |_Demaris ? _____ | |--Samuel SHATTUCK | | ________________ |_Susanna HAYDEN? __| |________________
!BIRTH: Watertown, PAGE 428
_Philip SHATTUCK ____ _Joseph SHATTUCK _| | |_Rebecca CHAMBERLIN _ | |--Sarah SHATTUCK | | _____________________ |_Mary LADD _______| |_____________________
_William SHATTUCK ____ _Philip SHATTUCK ____| | |_Susanna HAYDEN? _____ | |--Sarah SHATTUCK | | _William CHAMBERLAIN _ |_Rebecca CHAMBERLIN _| |_Rebecca SHELLY ______
_William SHATTUCK _ _Philip SHATTUCK _| | |_Susanna HAYDEN? __ | |--Susanna SHATTUCK | | ___________________ |_Deborah BARSTOW _| |___________________
_John SHATTUCK _ _William SHATTUCK _| | |_Demaris ? _____ | |--Susanna SHATTUCK | | ________________ |_Susanna HAYDEN? __| |________________
!BIRTH: Watertown, PAGE 427
Susanna reportedly had 7 children by Joseph Morse, names unknown at this
writing. [Fay Family, p.4] [John F Chandler has the names of these children -
As the Widow Fay, she was assigned to the garrison of John Newton at Marl-
borough with the West Regiment of Middlesex in 1691/2 (NEHGR 43:371) [John F
Chandler PC 12.1.95]
_William SHATTUCK ____ _Philip SHATTUCK ____| | |_Susanna HAYDEN? _____ | |--Theophilus SHATTUCK | | _William CHAMBERLAIN _ |_Rebecca CHAMBERLIN _| |_Rebecca SHELLY ______
__ _John SHATTUCK _| | |__ | |--William SHATTUCK | | __ |_Demaris ? _____| |__
The gravestone is barely legible, being marble and highly corroded.
There are traces of what might have been paint on some of the lettering (in
1994), but only on William's (the upper) half of the stone.
The stone was evidently erected by Lemuel Shattuck ~1850.
Will: mentions s(il)-Samuel Church, s-Philip, William, w-Susanna, s
(<21)-Samuel, Benjamin, s-John, 4 "small" children per Shattuck.
!BIRTH: Watertown PAGE 427
!DEATH: Watertown PAGE 427
Will dated 3 Aug 1672, Watertown, MA (Shattuck 1855); Inventory made 23 Aug
1672 (Shattuck 1855); Probated 29 Aug 1672, Middlesex Co, MA (Shattuck 1855)
William's gravestone is barely legible, being marble and highly corroded.
There are traces of what might have been paint on some of the letterings, but
only on William's (the upper) half of the stone. The stone was evidently
erected by Lemuel Shattuck - 1850. [John F Chandler PC 12.1.95]
"WILLIAM SHATTUCK, settled in Wat[ertown] as early as 1642 or '3, when he was
not more than 21 years of age. According to his age given when he was a
witness in Court, he was born in 1621. His name is on the schedule of
proprietors and possessions, made out in 1642 to 1644, when he was very young.
He then had a homestall of one acre, and a small lot of upland. July 4,
1654, he bought of John Clough, tailor, of Wat., and Susan, his wife, his
house and garden, and 30 acres of upland; bounded east by Wm. Paine, and E.
Goffe; west by highway; north by Joseph Morse, and south by highway. Also, 25
acres of upland, bounded west by a brook, east by common land, south by Edm.
Lewis, north by John Coolidge.
Also, 3 acres of swamp land. Also, one-third part of twelve acres of meadow;
bounded west by highway, and on other sides by Wm. Paine, and Ed. Goffe. By
his Will, dated Aug. 3, 1672, then 'aged 50 years,' he gave to son Samuel
Church œ6; to son Philip, one-half of farm and 2 acres in pond meadow; to son
William, the other half of the farm, and 2 acres in pond meadow; to four small
children, my mare with all her increase; the remainder of goods to wife
Susanna, until the younger chil., Benjamin and Samuel, are twenty-one years of
age; to said Samuel and Benjamin, the house and land I dwell on, bought of
Edward Sanderson, and my half dividend; to elder son John, œ20; and œ40, to be
divided among his grandchildren. In his Inventory, the house and land, and
half dividend, appraised at œ180. The farm at Stoney Brook (given to sons
Philip and Wm.), appraised at œ20, and the 4 acres of pond meadow at œ4. He d.
Aug. 14, 1672, leaving wid. SUSANNA (his only wife), who m., Nov. 18, 1673,
Master Richard Norcross." [Bond (1855). Watertown, p. 427]
"William Shattuck was born in England about 1614 [?]. As early as 1642 he had
come to America and was living in Watertown, Massachusetts.
"He made his will early in August, 1672, therein spelling his name
'Shathock,' and died age fifty-eight years, on August 14 of that year.
"As its record has not been found at Watertown, it is thought that
William Shattuck's marriage took place prior to his coming to Massachusetts,
and probably not long before, as his eldest know child was born in 1643. His
wife's Christian name was Susanna, but her maiden surname is unknown [Hayden -
JCR]. She survived William Shattuck, and married, second, November 18, 1673,
as his second wife, Richard Norcross. She died December 11, 1686." ["A
Shattuck Lineage", The Jounal of American Genealogy, 1938, p.148]
!MARRIAGE: Watertown PAGE 427
_John SHATTUCK _ _William SHATTUCK _| | |_Demaris ? _____ | |--William SHATTUCK | | ________________ |_Susanna HAYDEN? __| |________________
__ __| | |__ | |--Rebecca SHELLY | | __ |__| |__
__ __| | |__ | |--Susannah TAYLOR | | __ |__| |__