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Daniel  Goble

 

Born: 18 Jul 1641, Charleston, Massachusetts
Died:  25 Aug 1676, Boston, Suffolk, Mass

 

 

Daniel Goble was born 18 Jul 1641.  He was the last child born to Thomas Goble and Alice Brookman.

 
 

Daniel married Hanna (Anna) Brewer on 25 Feb 1663/64 in Sudbury, Massachusetts.  They lived in Concord, Massachusetts, south of Walden Woods.  Their marriage produced four children.

 
Children of Daniel Goble and Hanna Brewer
Name Birth Date Death Date Spouse
Hanna Goble 13 Nov 1666    
Daniel David Goble 21 May 1669 1733 Sarah Houghton
Alice Goble 11 Sep 1673    
John Goble 16 May 1797 20 Jul 1671  
 
 
Daniel Goble  (as well as Thomas, his brother) and Stephen (Thomas' son) were involved in the First Indian War - also called King Philip's War.  The war was an armed conflict between Native American inhabitants of present-day New England and English colonists and their Native American allies.
 
Indian brothers Metacomet and Wamsutta co-led the peaceful Wampanoag Indians and were renamed King Philip and Alexander by the English.  Tensions between the colonists and Indians started small but soon turned to all-out war.  By 1675 the Concord Council degreed that if any Indians were found more than a mile from the center of their villages, except in the company of English, the colonists were at liberty shoot them or arrest them.
 
In a year's time, twelve of the region's towns were destroyed and great losses were experienced by both the English and the Indians.   King Philip was killed on 12 Aug 1676 bringing about the end of the war.  The war saw the loss of 600 Colonist and 3000 Indian lives.
 
Daniel Goble, Stephen Goble, Daniel Hoare and Nathaniel Wilde were tried tried for the murders of three Indian women and three Indian children on 07 Aug 1676 - five days before the end of King Philip's war.  Colonists feared these killings could push them back into war with the local Indians.  All four men were found guilty of the charges.
 
Daniel Hoare and Nathaniel Wilde were from wealthy families and after petitioning the court for pardons, they were granted.
 
Daniel Goble pleaded not guilty to the charge, but he and Stephen were farmers from less affluent families and both men were hanged on 26 Sep 1676.
 
 
Hanna Brewer Goble,  remarried Ephriam Roper on 20 Nov 1677.  Ephriam had lost his first wife, young daughter and brother during an Indian attach on 22 Aug 1675 in Lancaster, Winchester County, Massachusetts.
 
There was was a second Indian uprising and massacre on 28 Jul 1692.  On 11 Sep 1697 there was a third Indian massacre in Lancaster, Massachusetts.  Hannah Brewer Goble Roper, her 14-year-old daughter, Elizabeth Roper, and husband, Ephriam Roper, were killed.
 
 
 
 
 
 

SOURCES

 

King Philip's War: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Philip's_War

 

"The Execution of Two Goble Men", by Evelyn Goble Steen
http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~goble/homepage/stories/execute.htm

 

Goble Archives: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/GOBLE/2003-04/1050782410

 
 
 
                             
                             
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