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8414. John DAGGETT23 died in Martha's Vinyard, Mass. JOHN1 DAGGETT, the head of this family, has received sufficient notice to cover the details of his life (Vol. II, Annals of E., pp. 63­66) and nothing has since been discovered to determine his ancestry or the maiden name of his wife. The author repeats his suggestion that it was Brotherton as this name was perpetuated in three widely separated branches of Daggett descendants. [Wills of persons of this name which have come to the author's notice are as follows: Thomas Brotherton, mariner, Deptford, Kent 1621 (P. C. C. Dale 92), Eleanor Brotherton, widow, Lewes, Sussex 1636, John Brotherton skinner, London, 8 Mch. 1640 (Commissary, Wills, London XXIX, 382); Alice Brotherton, widow, New Sarum, Wiltshire 8 July 1841 (P. C. C. Evelyn 100). Curiously enough one Robert Daggett was appointed Rector of Gillingham Co., Dorset in 1334 by Thomas de Brotherton.] [See Notes.]

2. JOHN,2 b. abt. 1626; res. Rehoboth, Mass., wife ANNE SUTTON (Plymo. Deeds, i. 79); deposes aged 51 years in 1676. No further record of this line will be given.
3. THOMAS, b. abt. 1630.
4. ELIZABETH, b. abt. 1638; m. JEREMIAH WHITTON (10).
5. HEPZIBAH, b. abt. 1642; m. JOHN EDDY (10) abt. 1658.
6. JOSEPH, b. 1647.
Children were:

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Hepsibah DAGGETT.