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The name of Lincoln, variously spelled, was a common one in Hingham, Norfolk County, England, for many years before the settlement of America, and it is quite probable that the settlers of that name in Hingham, on the Massachusetts Bay, were from that town.
There were eight mature male persons bearing the name of Lincoln who were early found in Hingham, Mass. Daniel Lincoln, who died unmarried, April 3, 1640, and his brothers Samuel Lincoln, and Thomas Lincoln the weaver, Daniel Lincoln the sergeant, Stephen Lincoln and his brother Thomas Lincoln the husbandman, Thomas Lincoln the cooper, and Thomas Lincoln the miller. All of these, with the exception of the first mentioned Daniel, and Thomas the weaver, left families, and from these Hingham Lincolns have descended nearly all who now bear the name.
The object of this work, primarily, is to record conveniently the descendants of Stephen Lincoln of Oakham, Mass., he being a descendant of Thomas Lincoln the miller.
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