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COTTON, Josiah (1679/80–1756) was an Indian missionary, Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, Register of Deeds and Plymouth Colony civil magistrate. He was a grandson of John Cotton (1585–1652) and a nephew of Cotton Mather. His father John Cotton Jr. was a pastor of the First Church in Plymouth Colony from 1669 to 1697. Cotton was the maternal grandfather of William Cushing, one of the first six Supreme Court justices appointed by George Washington and also the longest served of those original jurists. Several Signed items by Cotton, includes one large autograph “Josiah Cotton 1713” . Five total. Very good to fine condition.
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Cotton Mather’s Nephew, Joseph Cotton

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Estimate: $300 - $500
Auction closed on Thursday, December 7, 2017.

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