|Death: ||Jan. 29, 1716|
He was the son of Robert Vose and Jane (Moss) Vose. He married Abigail Sharp.
Edward was a selectman in 1694-5, and at various times held the offices of constable, fence viewer, highway surveyor and tithing man. He also served on various town committees.
In his will, he gave the "larger part" of his homestead to son, Nathaniel, to allow him "an honorable and comfortable maintenance." To sons William and John, he left the house and farm that each was living in at that time with additional acreage of meadow, swamp and woodland. To daughters Elizabeth Wadsworth, Martha Wyatt, Sarah Badcock and Grace Palmer, 40 pounds each to be paid to them one hald in money and one half in cattle by their brothers. To all of his grandchildren ( as they came of age ) by his daughter Jane Houghton, a good cow, to be paid by son Nathaniel. To Nathaniel, his great Bible, and to daughter Grace, his little bedstead and psalm book. The rest of his books were to be divided evenly amongst his children. His inventory amounted to 1760 pounds in real estate and 140 pounds in personal goods.
Robert Vose (1599 - 1683)
Jane Mossock Vose (1602 - 1675)
Abigail Sharp Vose (1647 - 1712)*
William Vose (1674 - 1717)*
John Vose (1676 - 1734)*
Elizabeth Vose Wadsworth (1678 - 1766)*
Sarah Vose Babcock (1684 - 1758)*
Edward Vose (1636 - 1716)
Thomas Vose (1641 - 1708)*
Martha Vose Sharp (1647 - 1683)*
"HERE LYES THE
BODY OF Mr. EDWARD
VOSE DECd. JANry
Ye 29th 1716
IN Ye 80 YEAR
OF HIS AGE"
Created by: Maureen
Record added: Oct 31, 2006
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In Remembrance of our 10th great-grandfather|
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8th ggf Fromthe Knapp family line. Purest example of a great man.|
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