1690, Jul 121762, Dec 6
an American soldier and landowner from Gloucester, Massachusetts. He served as a colonel of militia before the Revolutionary War and was a justice of the general session court for more than thirty years. In 1744, he was Gloucester's representative in the General Court of Massachusetts. His grandchildren included Daniel Sargent (1764–1842), a politician who was close friends with President John Quincy Adams,[11] Henry Sargent (1770–1845), a painter, and Lucius Manlius Sargent (1786–1867), the temperance advocate, Judith Sargent Murray (1751–1820), the poet and advocate for women's rights, and Winthrop Sargent (1753–1820), Governor of Mississippi Territory.
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