He was born at Horsemoden, Kent. He died at Horsemoden, Kent. He married Margery (--?--).
Children of Richard1 Willard and Margery (--?--) were:
2. Major Gen Simon2 Willard (Richard1)
He married Elizabeth Dunster, daughter of Henry Dunster and (--?--) Dunster. He was born on 7 Apr 1605. He married Mary Dunster, daughter of Henry Dunster and Isabel Kaye, in 1651 at Lancaster, Middlesex, Mass. He died on 4 Apr 1671 at age 66.
There were no children of Major Gen Simon2 Willard and Elizabeth Dunster.
Children of Major Gen Simon2 Willard and Mary Dunster were as follows:
3. Henry3 Willard (Simon2, Richard1) Henry Willard - 1596 Henry Willard married for his second wife, Dorcus Cutler of a Charlestown family. He died leaving a good estate and a large heritage of children. He resided for a while in Groton, but spent the principal part of his life in Lancaster where he died in 1701.
from The Willard Family by J. Willard 1858
He was born on 4 Jun 1655 at Concord, Middlesex, Mass. He married Mary Lakin on 14 Jul 1674 at Groton, Middlesex, Mass. He married Dorcus Cutler in 1689. He died on 27 Aug 1726 at Lancaster/Worchester, Middlesex, Mass, at age 71.
There were no children of Henry3 Willard and Mary Lakin.
Children of Henry3 Willard and Dorcus Cutler were as follows:
4. Hannah3 Willard (Simon2, Richard1) was born on 23 Oct 1666. She married Thomas Brintall, son of Thomas Brintall and Esther (--?--), on 23 May 1693. She died in 1743
Children of Hannah3 Willard and Thomas Brintall were as follows:
5. Col. Samuel4 Willard (Henry3, Simon2, Richard1) was born on 30 May 1690 at Lancaster, Mass. He married Elizabeth Phelps, daughter of Edward Phelps and Ruth Andrews, on 19 Nov 1717 at Lancaster, Mass. He died on 17 Nov 1752 at Lancaster, Mass, at age 62.
Children of Samuel4 Willard and Elizabeth Phelps were:
6. Phinehas4 Brintall (Hannah3Willard, Simon2, Richard1) was born in 1694. He married Sibilla Rice, daughter of Issac Rice and Sybilla Collins, on 29 May 1716. He died on 23 Oct 1772.
Children of Phinehas4 Brintall and Sibilla Rice were:
7. Nathum5 Willard (Samuel4, Henry3, Simon2, Richard1) Nathum Willard
Nathum Willard became a Physician and established himself in that practice in Worcester, where he was held in much respect. In 1756, he was a surgeon in a Company in Capt. Chandlers Regiment, raised to prevent the advance of the French after the surrender of Fort William Henry. That same year, President John Adams, then a student of law with Mr. Putnam in Worcester was a member of Dr Willards family, and on a very intimate and pleasant footing." Dr Willard had," said Mr. Adams, "a very large practice, a good reputation for skill and a pretty library. Indeed Mr. Adams was so enamored with the medical works, which he found in the doctor's library that he entertained thoughts of becoming a surgeon and physician. In 1771, Mr. Adams in journeying through Worcester again visited Dr and Mrs. Willard. " I see", he says, " little alteration in him and his wife in sixteen years.
This good couple pursued the even tenor of their ways until the time of the Revolution, when probably he was found in sympathy with the Loyalist Party, which was natural enough, from his connections and social relations, the men of that party having been of potential influence in the county of Worcester. Of course, he was visited with the wrath of the Worcester Sons of Liberty, and compelled to acknowledge, the perserveness of his wicked heart, which led him to abuse the Continental and Provincial Congresses, the selectmen of Worcester and the Committees of Correspondence in general. The domicilatary visits were made to many very respectable and worthy men, were generally attained with the same results. If they did not recant offensive expressions and humble themselves, personal violence would be the result. After the American Revolution, Dr Willard moved to Uxbridge, where he died April 26 1792, having completed nearly 3 score and 10 years. His eldest son, Dr Samuel Willard was a distinguished Physician in Uxbridge
From The Willard Family by J. Willard 1885
He married Elizabeth Townsend, daughter of Joshua Townsend and Elizabeth White. He was born on 28 May 1722 at Lancaster, Mass. He died on 26 Apr 1792 at Uxbridge, Mass, at age 69.
Children of Nathum5 Willard and Elizabeth Townsend were:
8. Sibilla5 Brintall (Phinehas4, Hannah3Willard, Simon2, Richard1) was born on 19 Dec 1716. She married Robert Jennison, son of Peter Jennison and Joan (--?--), on 13 Jan 1738.
Children of Sibilla5 Brintall and Robert Jennison were:
9. Dr Samuel6 Willard (Nathum5, Samuel4, Henry3, Simon2, Richard1) was born on 3 Nov 1748 at Worcester, Mass. He married Olive Frost, daughter of Ameriah Frost and Esther Messinger, on 3 Nov 1777. He died on 9 Sep 1811 at Uxbridge, Mass, at age 62.
Children of Samuel6 Willard and Olive Frost were:
10. Eunice6 Jennison (Sibilla5Brintall, Phinehas4, Hannah3Willard, Simon2, Richard1) was born on 23 Oct 1739. She married Issac Baldwin, son of Issac Baldwin and Mary Flagg, on 31 Dec 1761.
Children of Eunice6 Jennison and Issac Baldwin were:
11. Dr George7 Willard (Samuel6, Nathum5, Samuel4, Henry3, Simon2, Richard1) was born on 8 Oct 1787. He married Sylvia Chapin, daughter of Ameriah Chapin and Olive Taft, on 21 Dec 1809. He died on 20 Oct 1846 at age 59.
Children of George7 Willard and Sylvia Chapin were:
12. Josiah7 Baldwin (Eunice6Jennison, Sibilla5Brintall, Phinehas4, Hannah3Willard, Simon2, Richard1) married Jane McIntosh. He was born on 10 Sep 1773.
Children of Josiah7 Baldwin and Jane McIntosh were:
13. Agnes8 Willard (George7, Samuel6, Nathum5, Samuel4, Henry3, Simon2, Richard1) was born on 17 May 1823 at Mass. She married William Osborne Bartlett, son of Otis Bartlett and Waite Buffum, on 23 Oct 1845 at Grafton, Mass. She died on 21 May 1853 at Mass at age 30.
Children of Agnes8 Willard and William Osborne Bartlett were as follows:
14. Abigail Elizabeth8 Baldwin (Josiah7, Eunice6Jennison, Sibilla5Brintall, Phinehas4, Hannah3Willard, Simon2, Richard1) was born on 22 Jun 1823. She married James Alexander Dupee, son of James Dupee and Ursula Plympton, on 9 Mar 1843. She died on 4 May 1859 at Boston, Mass, at age 35.
Children of Abigail Elizabeth8 Baldwin and James Alexander Dupee were:
Her family was very much against her marriage to William R. 'They did not believe that cousins should marry. I suspect that James Alexander did not approve of him as a person either. James Alexander was a genealogist and he was well aware of all the intermarriage that had occurred in the family.
Notes on The Willard Family