Rose and Nathaniel's children included:
Joanna Davis (1702),
Sarah Davis (1704),
Eleanor Davis (1706),
Rachel Davis Kemp (1709, married Josiah Kemp),
Matthew Davis (1711),
Mary Davis (1712),
Nathaniel Davis (1715),
Zacheriah Davis (1717),
Isaac Davis (1721),
Elisabeth Davis (1724),
Elezaer Davis (1729).
Mary White Rowlandson,Talcot
was captured by Native Americans
during King Philip's War
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts was settled and incorporated in 1655. During King Philip's War, indigenous warriors burned all but four of Groton's garrisons. Survivors fled, but returned two years later to rebuild the town. Groton was again threated during Queen Anne's War.
Early European settlers in the American colonies were mostly farmers and craftsmen. They had to work hard to provide daily neccesities for themselves.
In 1721, Boston had a terrible smallpox epidemic. Citizens fled the city and spread the disease to the other colonies. Inoculation was introduced during this epidemic by Zabdiel Boylston and Cotton Mather.