from The Fiske Family by Albert Augustus Fiske, 1867
William Fiske, eldest son of Dea. William, resided in Wenham until about 1710, when he removed to Andover, Mass. By wife, Marah, he had sons
William (born 1695),
Jonathan, and daughters
All these were living in Andover in 1726, and had property distributed to them by deed from their father, who died there in 1745, in his 83d year.
His wife Marah (often called Mary) was living in Andover as late as 1734, as appears by her signature to a deed of that date.
His eldest son, William [Fiske], married for his first wife Mary Kinney, of Salem, in 1723, who died in 1825, having buried an infant daughter the year previous.
In May, 1829, he married, for 2nd wife, a Sarah Fisk, (or Fish) of Woburn, and had sons
William (born 1731) and Asa (1739), and daughters Mary and Rachel.
William and Sarah Fiske were living in Andover as late as 1750.
Ebenezer [Fiske], son of Wm. and Marah, married Susanna Buck, and had among other children, Eben'r and Ephraim. Both families subsequently removed from Andover, but to what localities the compiler is not informed.