from The Fiske Family by Albert Augustus Fiske
Deacon William Fiske of Wenham. William Jr., the eldest son of William Fiske, the Emigrant, born in 1642, was married, January 15, 1662, to Sarah Kilham, of Wenham, and by her had the following fourteen children, the record of whose names and births was found among the private papers of his grandson, William Fiske, Son., of Amherst.
William, born Jan. 31, 1663; mar. Marah, (surname not given).
Sarah, Feb. 5, 1664; married John Cook.
Ruth, March 2, 1666; no record of marriage.
Samuel, March 2, 1667; died young.
Martha, May 15, 1668; no record of marriage.
Joseph, Feb. 10, 1669; died young.
Samuel, Feb. 16, 1670; mar. Elizabeth Browne, 1699.
Joseph, April 14, 1672; married Susanna Warner.
Benjamin, April 6, 1674; married Mary Quarles, 1699.
Theophilus, July 28, 1676; married Phebe Lampson, 1700.
Ebenezer, Feb. 10, 1677; died young.
Ebenezeb, March 22, 1679; mar. Elizabeth Fuller, 1710.
Jonathan, July 22, 1681; died Feb. 14, 1705.
Elizabeth, Dec. 12, 1684; married Eliezer Foster, 1704.
Mr. Fiske, by occupation a weaver, was admitted a freeman in 1670, and chosen Deacon of the Congregational Church (of which his uncle, Rev. John Fiske, was first pastor) in 1679. He also held various public offices. . .He inherited to a large extent his father's ability and worthy character, and died at a good old age, February 6, 1728, in his 86th year. His widow survived him several years and died January 26, 1738, in her 98th year. In his will, dated 1725, and proved 1728, all the foregoing children are mentioned as legatees, except Jonathan, who had died previously; but no clue is given to the families intermarried, none of them being mentioned by name.