William Perkins, son of Isaac of Ashford, Conn., was born , and married, February 12, 1795, Mary4, daughter of John3 Lee. He was moderator at the Chaplin Ecclesiastical Society 1809, and in 1818 served as State Attorney and Counselor. He died in 1850.
The children of William and Mary (Lee) Perkins were:
|MARY, born ; died 1822.|
|A SON, twin with Charles, died in infancy.|
Jacob5 Perkins, son of Jacob4 (Jacob3, Quartermaster John2, John1, Senior), was baptized in Ipswich, Mass., May 8, 1715, was published to Mary Fuller February 9, and the marriage occurred March 19, 1740.
These facts are on record in Ipswich, but information furnished by a descendant is that the name of his wife was Sarah Fuller. Whether there were two Fuller marriages, or the name was erroneously "handed down" in the family, we cannot say.
He was living in 1759, when his father mentions him in his will as having had his full share of his estate.
The children of Jacob5 and Mary (or Sarah?) (Fuller) Perkins were:
|WILLIAM6, born in Ipswich, Mass., and baptized there Dec. 28, 1740; married, Feb. 11, 1762, Dorcas Williams, at Canterbury, where he spent his life; he died after 1809. |
The only child of William and Dorcas (Williams) Perkins was: