May 3, 1727
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m. May 17, 1677
"After having two children born at Cambridge they [Isaac and Jane Amsden] moved to Marlborough, where he was a captain. He is credited with duty under Captain David Henchman in King Philip's War August 20, 1675. He was paid two pounds, seven shillings. Also for taxes under Governor Andros in 1688, the amount being 4 shillings. He was proprietor of the Ockoocangansett purchase in 1684. He was town clerk a few years and selectman for 14 years. His name as selectman appears signing an invoice which totaled 19 pounds, 3 shillings, 3 pence, 4 farthings. Also was a Justice of the Peace until after the year 1717."
--from "Some Descendants of Isaac Amsden of Cambridge, Mass." by Murray H. Brown
Amsden Family Index