468. Lt. Job WINSLOW (81) was born about 1641. He died on 14 Jul 1720 in Freetown, Bristol Co., MA. "Job was the youngest [of 4 children], born about 1641. He moved west and settled on land which was probably that bought by his father in 1659. ... Job was a shipwright and worked probably on the Assonet River. In 1686 he was one of the selectmen of Freetown, which had been established a couple years earlier. He was Town Clerk in 1690, deputy to the Plymouth General Court in 1686, and in 1692 representative at the first General Court in Massachusetts under the new charter of William and Mary (NEHGR 25:357-8). Earlier, from about 1666, he had lived in Swansea and 'on the 18 or 19th of June [1675] Job Winslow's House was broke open at Swanzy and rifled by Philips men.' (Slotkin, p. 150) This was one of the first incidents in King Philip's War and Savage says the house was burnt. ... Job survived [the war] and is called 'lieutenant' in some of the records." (Bonnie Hubbard)

He was married to Ruth ?.

469. Ruth ? (81) died after 14 Jul 1720. Children were:

child234 i. Jonathan WINSLOW.

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