Captain Mason

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John Mason (c. 1600–1672) - Later Career - From 1647 To 1657
... On 2 June 1647 the court ordered “ that Captain Mason should for the peace, safety and good assurance of the Commonwealth, have the command of all soldiers and inhabitants of Seabrooke, and in case ... were burnt down, Captain Mason, his wife, and children, hardly saved ... Prior to the sitting of the court on 6 October 1651, Captain Mason had sent a letter to the court, “ wherein he desires, among other things ...
John Mason (c. 1600–1672) - Early Life
... Mason was born in England about 1602 ... In 1632 Mason immigrated to America and settled in Dorchester, Massachusetts, where he represented that village in the General Court ... He was elected freeman March 4, 1634/5 (as "Captain John Mason" is shown in the October 9, 1681 list of Connecticut freemen in Norwich ...

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