Ferguson, Daniel

Battle:Battle of Dunbar in Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
Ship/Arrival:Unity, Dec 1650
Prisoner and List:
Name Variations:
Residences:
Other SPOW Associations:
Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy; please independently verify all data.

Daniel Ferguson, #28 on George S. Stewart’s Captured at Dunbar List
Name Variations:
Resided: South Berwick and Upper Eliot, Maine
Similar Names:


First Generation in the New World

1. DANIEL¹ FERGUSON, was born, presumably in Scotland about 1633 and died in Maine in 1676.. He married, MARY (_____).

Biographical Notes:
1. IMPORTANT UPDATE! (July 2018)
According to, Christopher Gerrard, Pam Graves, Andrew Millard, Richard Annis, and Anwen Caffell, in, Lost Lives, New Voices: Unlocking the Stories of the Scottish Soldiers at the Battle of Dunbar 1650, (England: Oxbow Books, 2018), on page 253, Daniel is categorized as: Possible [that he is a Dunbar prisoner transported on the Unity] Ferguson, Daniel. Residences: South Berwick, Upper Eliot ME. Appears: 1659. B.c.1633. D.1676. Lived with other Scots in York County, ME, but possibly attested in the South Berwick town records of 1650, which raises doubts as to whether he was a prisoner. [Exiles; Banks; DR; SPOWS; Ch.7 & 8] For explanations of the category, abbreviations and references see List of Dunbar prisoners from Lost Lives, New Voices.
2. In 1650 Daniel Ferguson is in the town of South Berwick. Clayton, W. Woodford. The History of York County, Maine (Philadelphia: Philadelphia, Everts & Peck, 1880) page 315.

The History of York County, Maine, c1880. Page 315.
The History of York County, Maine, c1880. Page 315.

If Daniel is in South Berwick in 1650, and the Unity just landed in December 1650 then he must have arrived from late December 1650 to the end of February 1650 (Old Colonial Calendar).

Children of Daniel and Mary (_____) Ferguson:
2. ALEXANDER² FERGUSON, born in 1672 and died in 1731

Second and Third Generations

2. ALEXANDER² FERGUSON, (Daniel¹), was born in 1672 and died in 1731. He married, ELIZABETH (FROST) GOWEN.

Children of Alexander and Elizabeth (Frost) Ferguson:
3. JOHN³ FERGUSON, born in 1710 and died in 1765


Published: 30 Dec 2014
Updated: 01 Nov 2018
Researchers: Andrew Millard, Teresa Rust
Editor: Teresa Rust


For more information please contact the descendants/researchers of Daniel Ferguson.


SOURCES AND NOTES:
Daniel Ferguson – The Immigrant – 1650 Berwick Maine on GenForum at Genealogy.com
Scots Prisoners and their Relocation to the Colonies, 1650 – 1654 at Geni.com

Maxwell, Alexander

Battle:Battle of Dunbar in Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
Ship/Arrival:Unity, Dec 1650
Prisoner and List:
Name Variations:
Residences:
Other SPOW Associations:
Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy; please independently verify all data.

Published: 06 Dec 2014, Updated: 09 May 2019
Page contributors: Rosann Beauvais, Dr. Andrew Millard, Teresa Rust


59. Alexander Maxwell on George S. Stewart’s Captured at Dunbar list1
Surname Variations: Maxwell, Maxell, Maxsell


IMPORTANT UPDATE!
According to:
Christopher Gerrard, Pam Graves, Andrew Millard, Richard Annis, and Anwen Caffell, Lost Lives, New Voices: Unlocking the Stories of the Scottish Soldiers at the Battle of Dunbar 1650, (England: Oxbow Books, 2018),2 on page 251, Alexander is categorized as:

Probable [that he is a Dunbar prisoner transported on the Unity]

Maxwell/Maxsell, Alexander/Elexander. Residences: South Berwick, York ME. Appears: 1654. D.1707. Servant to George Leader at the Great Works. [Exiles; Banks; DR; SPOWS; Ch.7 & 8; App.B]345167

For explanations of the category, abbreviations and references see List of Dunbar prisoners from Lost lives, New Voices.


First Generation in the New World

1. ALEXANDER¹ MAXWELL, was presumably born in Scotland and died in York County, Maine between 27 June 1707 and 8 Oct 1707. His Will was dated 15 May 1707 and probate was 8 Oct 1707. (SEE IMAGE ON PAGE 2)8 9  He married (1) by 6 Sept 1671 to ANNIS/ANNES/ANNIE (FROST),10  who died between 3 Aug 1704 and 15 May 1707, dau. of  John (son of George) and Rose (______) Frost; and (2) in 1707 to SARAH (PENNEWELL), married by Capt. Preble.  11 

Biographical Notes:
Alexander Maxwell first appears as a servant to George Leader at the Great Works in York County, Maine in 1654. “Maxwell was flogged in court in 1654 “for his grosse offence in his exorbitant and abusive carages towards his master, Mr George Leader.”1213 The order by the County Court of York, dated 29 June 1654, reads “Itt is ordered that Allexander Maxell for his grosse offence in his exorbitant & abusive carages towards his Maister Mr. George Leader & his Mistresse…as by evidence doth appeare shall bee…publiquely brought forth to the Whipping Post whereunto hee…shall bee…fastened till 30 lashes bee…given him upon the bare skine. The sayd Maxell is here by injoyned to give full satisfaction to his aforesd Maister for the expence of tyme & dyett dureing the tyme of his imprisonment with other charges amounting to the valew of seaven pounds, 10s, And in case that Maxell do att any tyme for the future misbehave him selfe towards his Maister George Leader that then his sayd Maister hath full Lyberty to make sayle of the sayd Maxell to Virginia, Barbadoes, or any other of the English Plantations.”14

Later it is noted, “When Leader left Great Works, in 1655, his Scotch employees or apprentices, received grants of land from the town. The following had grants in 1656, James WarrenJohn Taylor, and Alexander Maxwell.”12 He buys land from Thomas Moulton/Molton on 20 Jan 1657. The land is described as “10 acres of meadow on the northwest branch, of Thomas Moulton.” He also owed 70 acres (perhaps the land he was granted in 1656) “up the river of York adjoining to a parcel of Arthur Bragdons…”15 On 7 Sept 1662, Nathan Lord purchased from John Neale/Neal “twenty-five acres of land and a house, on the northeast side of the Piscataqua river, one-half of the estate bought of Alexander Maxwell of York, by the said Neal and lying near Whites marsh.”16 His land is also mentioned in Old Kittery and her families, “Alexander Maxell received his grant of land the same day as Warren [SPOW James Warren]. Maxell settled in York and sold this grant to John Neal, who in 1662 sold twenty-five acres of it to Nathan Lord.”17 Alexander Maxwell “made a deed of gift to his brother in law, John Frost, 2 Nov. 1678, of certain land in York. With wife Annis sold land 24 March, 1680-1.”18

On 3 Aug 1704, Alexander Maxwell and his wife, Annis, in York, signed a deed of exchange. “In consideration of a certain piece or parcel of Salt Marsh And point of upland Lying on the Southwest branch of York river Secured to said Maxell by Peter Nowell of the Town and County aforesaid by a Deed bearing Date this day… near the head of the North west branch of York river and is well known by the name of Mauls fresh Marsh. And is by Estimation five Acres be it more or less And is bounded by Said Nowells Land and John Linscots land on the Southeast and Southward Sides And by James Grants Marsh on the Southwestward… (note that in this document Alexander Maxwell’s name is also written as Maxell and his wife’s name is given as Annis and Annes.)19 At the date of deed, 3 Aug 1704, Alexander Maxwell’s wife Annis/Annes was living. 

On 27 June 1707, Alexander Maxwell [spelled Maxell] and his second wife, Sarah (Pennewell) signed a deed of sale transferring land to John Mackentier [McIntire, maybe a son of Micum], farmer, of York. The parcel of land is described as “lying between the high way that goeth from York to Barwick by Estimation three Acres and is bounded by the lands of John Mackentier on the Southwest and on the Southeast by the orchard or garden of said Maxell where the Garrison now stands and as that fence now runs And is bounded Northerly by the high way or woods aboved And on the Norwest by the land known by the name of Clarks Farm this land thus bounded…”19 This document has been signed by Sarah Maxell who uses a totally different mark than his previous wife, Annis/Annes.

In his Will, dated 15 May 1707, he bequeaths all his land and belongings to his wife named as Sarah until her death. One can assume that the death date for Annis/Anne was between 3 Aug 1704 and 15 May 1707. Alexander Maxwell’s date of death would fall between the date of this deed being signed on 27 June 1707 and the date of his Will probate on 8 Oct 1707. He bequeathed the land and marshes after the death of his wife Sarah, for a Mr. Moody to have 1/2 and the church the use of the other 1/2. He and his first wife, Annis/Annes may have had  surviving children even though they were not mentioned in his Will and there has been other no source documentation.2021 

Children of ALEXANDER¹ and ANNIS/ANNES (FROST) MAXWELL:
Sources unknown to this author.

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Cooper, Alexander

Battle:Battle of Dunbar at Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland on 3 Sep 1650
Ship/Arrival:The ketch Unity, late Dec 1650, MA Bay Colony
Prisoner and List:
Alexander Cooper, #15 on George S. Stewart’s Captured at Dunbar list1
Name Variations:Cooper, Copper, Coupar, Couper, Cowper, Alexander, Allexander, Sander2
Residences:South Berwick, Maine
Other SPOW Associations:Peter Grant, George Gray, John Taylor, James Warren
Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy; please independently verify all data.

Published: 3 Dec 2014, Updated: 24 Sep 2020
Page contributors: Rosann Beauvais, Andrew Millard, Teresa Rust, Marcia Armstrong.
Editor: Teresa Rust

According to Christopher Gerrard, Pam Graves, Andrew Millard, Richard Annis, and Anwen Caffell, in, Lost Lives, New Voices: Unlocking the Stories of the Scottish Soldiers at the Battle of Dunbar 1650, (England: Oxbow Books, 2018),3 on page 249, Alexander is categorized as: Probable [that he is a Dunbar prisoner transported on the Unity] Cooper/Copper, Alexander/Allexander/Sander. Residences: South Berwick ME. Appears: 1662. D.1684. Associated with other Scots from the Kittery sawmills. [Exiles; Banks; DR; SPOWS; Ch.7 & 8]456789 For explanations of the category, abbreviations and references see List of Dunbar prisoners from Lost Lives, New Voices.


First Generation in the New World

1. ALEXANDER¹ COOPER, aka SANDER COOPER, was born probably about 1625, in Scotland and died at Berwick, Maine between 9 Feb 1683 (date of will) and 28 Feb 1684, probate (suggested date of 11 Nov 1683)10 He married at Berwick, Maine, by 1654, (_____).1112

Biographical Notes:
Alexander¹ Cooper worked as an indentured servant at the sawmills in Kittery, Maine and is referred to as “Sander Cooper” in Court records in 1662. “His family should be carefully distinguished from that of “Phillip Cooper the Walloon,” who had a grant of land in York, in 1673.”13 Alexander¹ was an acquaintance and friend of SPOWs: James Warren, George Gray and Peter Grant, which is shown by their mention in Alexander¹ Cooper’s Will and his leaving the care of his only son, John² Cooper, “…unto my Loueing freinds…” (SEE IMAGE ON PAGE 2)14 On 9 July 1662, John Neale, a SPOW from the Town of Kittery, sold land (a portion of which he had previously bought 15 July 1656 from another SPOW, Alexander Maxwell, that just so happened to lay on the Northside of James Warren’s lot), to Alexander¹ Cooper, also of the Town of Kittery. The 25 acres were located on the Northeast side of Pischataqua River, “…being neare a place Commanly Called by the name of Whittes Marsh…”15 Later, it is recorded, “that the selectmen and inhabitants of the parish of Unity, on the 13th of April, 1671, granted sixty acres of land to Alexander Cooper, and as many more to George Gray, by virtue of a general act of the town, made the 24th of June last past.”16 Alexander¹ Cooper’s land grant location was on the brook coming out of Wilcox pond in Berwick. There is also indications that these Scots did not adapt to the norms and values of the mainstream inhabitants. “In 1669, the York County Court admonished Sander [Alexander] and his wife, as well as John Taylor and several other Scotsmen, [Including SPOW James Warren] “for using profane speeches” and referring to the “divell” in their “common talk.” A few years later, Sander’s daughter Sarah married Scotsman George Gray, who paid his young wife’s fine “for breach of sabboth & for strikeing of Patience Everington.””17

Children of Alexander and (_____) Cooper:
2. i. SARAH² COOPER, (Alexander), born at Kittery/Berwick about 1656 and died at Kittery in 1726. She may have married, first, at Kittery in July 1672, GEORGE GRAY., and may have married, second, after 30 Aug 1693 and before 1697/8, FRANCIS HARLOW. 4 Jan 1697/8 Court Sessions at York, Maine: “We present ffrancis Herloe for swearing he would cut his wiues throat.”18
2. ii. JOHN² COOPER, b. at Berwick before 9 Feb 1667; Will d. 13 May 1759 in Berwick; m. in Kittery 13 Dec 1692 SARAH LORD.

Second and Third Generations

2. SARAH² COOPER (Alexander¹) was born at Kittery/Berwick, Maine about 1656. She may have married, first, at Kittery, in July 1672, GEORGE GRAY.19. She married, second, after 30 Aug 1693, FRANCIS HARLOW. Both were still living 1726. (SEE IMAGE ON PAGE 2)20

Biographical Notes:

Children of SARAH² (COOPER) and GEORGE GRAY:

3. i. GEORGE³ GRAY (Sarah², Alexander¹), b. in Maine in 1675; d. in 1723. “… in captivity in 1692 at Montreal, Canada [age 17]. Chose to remain in Montreal “for love of religion” He was deceased without heirs in 1723.”2122
3. ii. ROBERT³ GRAY (Sarah², Alexander¹), b. prob. at Berwick, Maine in 1680; d. in 1771; m. (1) 12 Jun 1701, ELIZABETH GOODWIN, daughter of William Goodwin and Deliverance Taylor; m. (2) in 1706, ELIZABETH FREETHY, daughter of James Freethy and Mary Milbury.20
3. iii. ALEXANDER³ GRAY (Sarah², Alexander¹), b. at Berwick in 1680; d. at Berwick in 1725: m. ELIZABETH HARLOW, dau. of Francis Harlow (Frances Harlow m. Sarah² Cooper, Alexander Gray’s widowed mother).20
3. iv. JAMES³ GRAY (Sarah², Alexander¹), b. at Berwick in 1688; d. in 1726; m. (1) abt 1709, (_____) HARLOW, a dau. of Francis Harlow (Frances Harlow m. Sarah² Cooper, James Gray’s widowed mother), m. (2) at Kittery, 30 Aug 1711 MARTHA GOODWIN, dau. of Moses Goodwin and Abigail Taylor (who was dau. of John and Martha (___) Taylor.2320
3. v. SARAH³ GRAY (Sarah², Alexander¹), b. abt 1692, m. (1) JOSEPH JELLISON; m. (2) NICHOLAS CANE. Not in father’s will.24

Children of SARAH² (COOPER) and FRANCIS HARLOW:
UNKNOWN TO THIS AUTHOR

2. JOHN² COOPER (Alexander¹) was born at Berwick before 9 Feb 1667. He married at Berwick on 13 Dec 1692, SARAH LORD, daughter of Nathan Lord and Martha Everett.1125)262728

Biographical Notes:
In Alexander¹ Cooper’s Will, he states that John² was his ONLY SON, aged sixteen years at the writing of the will on 9 Feb 1683. John’s own Will was dated 13 May 1759.14 John is listed amongst others affected by the “…ravages of the Indians in the first year of Queen Anne’s War…” There was a petition sent to General Court requesting an abatement of the 1704 taxes because the people just could not raise the money. “The Court resolved, “that the Sum of Thirty-eight pounds be abated to the poor of the town of Kittery.”” The individual amounts were to be determined by the Kittery Selectmen based upon them knowing who “…have met with most sufferings by the Heathen.” John Cooper received an abatement in the amount of 7 s. It is worth noting that his mother-in-law, referred to on this list as “Widdow Martha Lord,” received an abatement in the amount of 8 s.29

Children of JOHN² and SARAH (LORD) COOPER:
3. i. ALEXANDER³ COOPER
(John², Alexander¹), b. in Kittery, 28 Dec 1697.25)2630
3. ii. JOHN³ COOPER, Jr (John², Alexander¹), b. in Kittery, 7 Oct 1702; d. in Berwick, Apr 1792; m. MARY (GOODWIN) LORD, widow of Richard Lord Jr., Mary was dau. of Thomas Sr. and Mehitable (Plaisted) Goodwin. b. 23 Nov 1708; d.c. 1735. Mary Goodwin’s mother, Mehitable Plaisted, dau. of Lieut. Roger Plaisted was taken captive in 1689 and “She was kept a captive for five years and then returned to Berwick.”3125)263230
3. iii. SARAH³ COOPER (John², Alexander¹), b. in Kittery, 29 Jan 1703/4; m. in Kittery 30 Oct 1740 NOAH EMERY, son of Daniel Emery and Margaret Gowen. He was “King’s Attorney” for the Province of Maine and a militia captain.25)2630
3. iv. ELEANOR³ COOPER (John², Alexander¹), bapt. in Kittery 3 May 1707/8; m. JOHN HORNE Jr of Dover. (No Sources)


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