Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,
By James Savage
BROUGHTON, GEORGE, Dover, or Kittery 1680, perhaps s. of Thomas, was certain. in Mass. long bef. being of ar. co. 1667, and ten yrs. earlier at Berwick; m. prob. Abigail, d. of Rev. John Reyner; may have been the one ment. by Hubbard, in Ind. Wars, as of Salmon Falls riv. 1675, but kn. to be, in 1682, a capat. a K. His wid m. 30 Mar. 1696, and d. 31 Dec. 1716. JOHN, Windsor, rem. to Northampton, among the earliest sett. m. 15 Nov. 1650, Hannah, eldest d. of Thomas Bascom, had John, wh. rem. to Conn.; Hannah, b. 1656; Sarah, 1658; and Thomas, 1661. He. d. 16 Mar. 1662, and his wid. m. William Janes. JOHN, Northampton,, s. of the preced. m. 1678, Elizabeth d. of the first Matthew Woodruff, and rem. to Conn. THOMAS, Watertown, 1643, came from Gravesend, below London, 1635, to Virginia, in the America; by w. Mary, d. of Nathaniel Briscoe, had a ch. b. 3 Mar. 1644, d. in a wk.; Elizabeth 15 Jan. 1646; rem. to Boston 1650,, had Mary, 5 July 1651; Thomas, 26 May 1653, d. young; rem. to Boston 1650, had Mary, 5 July 1651; Thomas, 26 May 1653, d. young; Nathaniel, 5 Dec. 1654; Thomas, again, 23 Dec. 1656; Hannah, 28 Dec. 1658; Sarah, 9 June 1660; and Patience, 14 Apr. 1663; was a merch. of gr. business, own. the mills at Salmon Falls perhaps, and d. 12 Nov. 1700, aged 84. THOMAS, BOSTON, s. of [[vol. 1, p. 264]] the preced. perhaps m. Sarah, d. of Edward Rawson, and d. 4 Dec. 1702. Thomas, Northampton, s. of John, sett. at Deerfield, was k. by the Ind. with w. and three ch. in June 1693.
BROWN, ABRAHAM, Watertown, prob. s. of Thomas of Hawkedon, Co. Suffk. near Bury St. Edmunds, freem. 6 Mar. 1632, by w. Lydia had Lydia, b. 22 Mar. 1633; Jonathan, 15 Oct. 1635; Hannah, 1 Mar. 1639, d soon; and Abraham, 6 Mar. 1640; beside Sarah, and Mary, perhaps brot. from Eng.; was selectman many yrs. and surveyor. The time of his d. was 1650. His wid. m. 27 Nov. 1659, Andrew Hodges of Ipswich, but after his d. in Dec. 1665, she came again to Watertown, and d. 27 Sept. 1686. Sarah m. 16 Dec. 1643, George Parkhurst; Mary m. 10 Apr. 1650, John Lewis of Charlestown, as sec. w. and, next, a Cutler; and Lydia m. William Lakin. ABRAHAM, Boston, merch. arr. first time 20 June 1650, m. 19 Sug. 1653, Jane Skipper, had Mary, b. 19 Dec. 1654; went home 1654, next yr. was tak. by a Barbary pirate, but soon ransom. and the foll. yr. came again to B. had Jane, 9 Aug. 1657; and Sarah, 6 June 1660. Ano. ABRAHAM, Boston, freem. 1664, m. 1 May 1660, Rebecca, d. of Hezekiah Usher, had Hezekiah, b 22 Aug. 1661; Rebecca, 26 Aug. 1663; and Elizabeth 17 Nov. 1664, wh. m. Peter Butler, jr. ABRAHAM, Watertown, s. of Abraham of the same, m. 5 Feb. 1663, Mary, d. of Edward Dix, had Lydia, b. 11 Nov. 1663, wh. m. 30 Dec. 1688, George Woodward; and Abraham, 1665, d. at 13 yrs. He d. 1667, and his wid. m. next yr. Samuel Rice of Sudbury, and d. 18 June 1678. ABRAHAM, Salisbury, s. of the first Henry of the same, m. 15 June 1675, Elizabeth Shepherd, had s. b. 10 Jan. 1676, d. in a wk.; Sarah, 25 Jan. 1677; Ann, 19 Nov. 1679; Elizabeth 29 Mar. 1682; Bethia, July 1684; Hannah, 7 Nov. 1686; Abraham, 16 Mar. 1691; and Samuel, 16 Nov. 1694; and d. 26 Mar. 1733. ALEXANDER, Kennebeck 1674. ANDREW, Scarborough 1658, was constable in 1670, and had, in 1663, five s. of wh. Southgate give names of four, Andrew, John, Joseph, and Charles. ARTHUR, Saco 1636. BENJAMIN, Hampton. s. of John of the same, m. Sarah, d. of William Brown of Salisbury, had William, b. 5 June 1680; Sarah, 11 Sept. 1681, d. young; Benjamin, 20 Dec. 1683; Elizabeth 16 July 1686; John, 18 Mar. or May 1688; Jacob, 1 Mar. 1691; Stephen, 17 July 1693; Mary, 1696; Thomas, 21 May 1699; and Jeremiah, 20 Nov. 1701. His w. d. a. 1730; he, a. 1736, very old. BENJAMIN, Salem, s. of first Hon. William, m. it is said, Mary, d. of Rev. John Hicks, a noncomform. min. in Eng. wh. d. 26 Aug. 1703, had only two ds. Sarah, and Mary. He was rep. of his nat. town 1693 and 9, of the Exec. counc. 1702-5, a liberal benefact. of Harv. Coll. d. 7 Dec. 1708. BENONI, Hartford, youngest s. of Nathaniel of the same, d. 1688, prob. unm. holding some office. BOAZ, Concord, s. of Thomas, m. [[vol. 1, p. 265]] 8 Nov. 1664, Mary Winship, had Boaz, b. 31 July 1665; Thomas, 12 May 1667; Mary, 31 Oct. 1670; Edward, 20 Mar. 1672; rem. to Stow, was freem. 1673.
CHAD, Providence, came first to Boston, in July 1638, in the Martin, as bef. dep.-gov. Dudley, he swore, in support of a nuncup. will of a fellow passeng. dying, on the ocean; was sett. at the Bapt. ch. 1642 after Roger Williams. It has been thot. by some, that he was earlier on our side of the water, and that imperfect rec. proves it, on p. 14 of the Vol. 1. of Col. Rec. of R. I. as to his incorp. in town fellowsh. with others at Providence, wh. bears date 20 Aug. without a yr. Now the supplying, of the numerals for the yr. call admit those wh. the transcriber used, 1637, by no means; for that day was Sunday, when no civil compact could have been enter. into, and bef. that day in the former yr. the place was kn. as Moshasuck, prob. the sec. use of the designat. of the mod. city being, in the foll. mo. at the bapt. of the s. of Roger Williams, Providence, late in Sept. 1638. Earlier than Aug. 1638 his name, I suppose; will not be found. He brot. w. Elizabeth and s. John, aged a. 8 yrs. prob. other ch. for we kn. not the b. of any of his five s. The other four were James, Jeremiah, Judah, alias Chad, and Daniel. No connex. is trac. betw. Chad and Henry, of the oldest proprs. His gr.ch. James was min. of the same ch. This is the progenit. of the fam. so much disting. as the patrons of Brown Univ. at P. CHARLES, Rowley 1648. CHRISTOPHER, Salem, examin. 1674, on charge of deal. with the devil. CORNELIUS, Reading s. of Nicholas of the same, m. 6 Mar. 1665, Sarah Lamson, had Nicholas, b. 7 Apr. 1666, d. soon; Cornelius, 3 June 1667; Sarah, 23 Dec. 1668; John, 8 Aug. 1671; Abigail, 5 Apr. 1674, d. soon; Samuel, 13 Sept. 1675; Mary, 1 Jan. 1679; and Hannah, 28 Aug. 1680. CHRISTIAN, Salisbury, one of the first sett. 1640, a wid. brot. prob. three s. and d. 28 Dec. 1641. Her s. were Henry, George, and William. CORNELIUS, Windsor, youngest s. of Peter of the same, m. 4 Dec. 1701, Abigail Barber, had Abigail, b. 6 Sept. 1702; Rachel, and Mabel, tw. 21 Nov. 1704, of wh. Mabel d. soon; Cornelius, 1 May 1707; Hildah, 17 Nov. 1709; Hepzibah, 19 Jan. 1712; Titus, 11 Nov. 1714; Elizabeth 1 Oct. 1717; and Aaron, 31 May 1725; was deac. and d. 26 Jan. 1747. DANIEL, Providence 1646, m. 25 Dec. 1669, Alice Herenden, prob. d. of Benjamin, had Judah; Sarah, b. 10 Oct. 1677; Jeremiah; and perhaps more; and d. bef. 10 NOV. 1710. DANIEL, New Haven, s. of Eleazer, m. a. 1690, Abigail, d. of Ephraim Howe. EBENEZER, New Haven, s. of Francis, m. 28 Mar. 1667, Hannah, d. of John Vincent of the same, had Hannah, b. 1 Feb. 1668; s. without name, 4 Oct. 1669; Ebenezer, 12 Nov. 1670; Rebecca, 20 Apr. 1672; Mary, 6 Aug. 1674; Elizabeth 13 May 1679; Eunice, 26 Oct. 1681; and James, 22 Feb. 1685; perhaps more. EDMUND, first min. of Sudbury, came over 1637, freem. 13 May 1640, ord. in Aug. foll. d. 22 June 1677, had w. wh. had been wid. of John Lovering, as Barry says, but no ch. EDMUND, Boston, d. in the Autumn of 1665, at Surinam, leav. wid. Elizabeth to have all his prop.
EDMUND, Dorchester, s. of deac. William of Sudbury, freem. 1650, by w. Elizabeth wid. John, bapt. 22 Aug. 1652; Elizabeth b. 1658; and Samuel, 1661; rem. to Boston, and was a shopkeeper 1694, there, when his sec. or third w. was Elizabeth wid. of Hopestill Foster, and d. soon after. He may be the man, wh. m. 14 Feb. 1654, Elizabeth Okley, or Oakley, if we suppose the date of bapt. of [[vol. 1, p. 266]] first ch. too early by 4 yrs. or this not to be the first w. She had Mary, 15 Dec. 1656; John, 9 Oct. 1660; and, perhaps, Elisha; for EDMUND, Boston, by w. Elizabeth had Mary, 15 Dec. 1656. EDWARD, Boston, a very early propr. perhaps came in the employm. of William Colbron, tho. at his adm. of the ch. in June 1634 it is writ. Edmund, freem. 6 May 1635, may have gone to Newport 1639. EDWARD, Salem 1638, d. a. 1659. EDWARD, Ipswich, freem. 2 June 1641, had w. Faith, and s. Thomas, wh. d. bef. his f.; in his will of 9 Feb. 1660 ment. s. Joseph, and John, and a d. not nam. ELEAZER, New Haven, s. of Francis, sw. fidel. in 1657, m. Sarah, d. of Thomas Bulkley, had Eleazer, b. 6 Jan. 1663; Gershom, 9 Oct. 1665; and Daniel, 16 Jan. 1668. ds. Rebecca, Hannah, Elizabeth and ano. ELEAZER, Chelmsford, freem. 1674, was, perhaps, s. of Thomas of Concord. EPHRAIM, Salisbury, S. of William, by w. Sarah Ephraim, b. 3 Sept. 1680; William, 25 Mar. 1684; Sarah, 5 Mar. 1687; Mary, 22 Jan. 1689; Abner, 28 Feb. 1691; and Jacob, 2 June 1693; and the f. d. five days after. His wid. m. Apr. 1703, Samuel Carter; and next, 5 Oct. 1719, Benjamin Eastman. FRANCIS, New Haven 1639, d. 1668; by w. Mary had John, bapt. 7 Apr. 1640; Eleazer, 16 Oct. 1642, bef. ment.; Samuel, 7 Aug. 1645; Ebenezer, 21 June 1646; Ebenezer, again, 4 July 1647; and Lydia, wh. was the eldest, and m. 29 Jan. 1656, Henry Bristoll. He d. 1668, and his will of 13 Apr. in that yr. names w. Mary, four s. and d. Lydia. His wid. m. Nov. 1679, William Paine. FRANCIS, Stamford 1660, constable 1663, rep. 1665,7, and 9. He had been a serv. of Henry Wolcott of Windsor, and bot. out the residue of his term in 1649, and was a small trader in 1651; in Farmington, bot. and sold lds. 1656; at S. m. Martha, wid. of John Chapman, had s. Joseph, and nothing, more is kn. of him but that in 1683 he gave his s. ld. and does not appear among, proprs. of 1687. FRANCIS, Newbury, S. of Francis, b. in Eng. perhaps neph. of Thomas, d. 1691, aged 59, hav. m. prob. sec. w. 31 Dec. 1679. Coffin, 296. FRANCIS, Newbury, s. of Thomas, b. in Eng. m. 21 Nov. 1653, Mary Johnson had Elizabeth b. 17 Oct. 1654; Mary, 15 Apr. 1657, m. 15 Dec. 1675, Nathan Parker; Hannah 1659, d. soon; Sarah, 10 May 1663; John, 13 May 1665; Thomas, 1 July 1667, d. aged 22; Joseph, 28 Sept. 1670; Francis, 17 Mar. 1674; and his w. d. 4 Apr. 1679. He had by sec. w. Benjamin, 22 Apr. 1681. GEORGE, Newbury 1635, a carpenter, br. of Richard, one of the first sett. had come in the Mary and John 1634, freem. 13 May 1640, d. 1 Apr. 1642. GEORGE, Haverhill, prob. s of Christian, m. 25 June 1645, Ann Eaton, d. of John of Salisbury; rep. 1672, 5, 80, and 92. He made his will 26 June 1699. His w. d. 16 Dec. 1683, ana 17 Mar. foll. he m. wid. Hannah Hazen; d. 31 Oct. 1699. He had no ch. but gave est. to Richard H. s. of his w.
GEORGE, Stonington 1680, may be the same, whose will, of 14, Sept. 1736, names w. Charity, eldest s. George, [[vol. 1, p. 267]] other s. Peter, John, and William, besides eldest d. Elizabeth Stanton. d. Sarah Champlin, w. of Joseph C.and d. Ruth B. GEORGE, Billerica, only s. of William, m. 30 Jan. 1690, Sarah, d. of James Kidder of B. had Joseph, b. 3 Nov. foll. Sarah, 8 Mar. 1692. Elizabeth 12 Jan. 1694; Josiah, 19 Apr. 1695; William, 21 Oct. 1696; Mary and James, tw. 27 Sept. 1698; John, and Thomas, tw. 27 Nov. 1699; Samuel,,27 Jan. 1701; Ephraim, and Isaac, tw. 23 Jan. 1702; Dorothy, 1 Jan. 1704; and Sarah, 21 Dec. 1707. He was a man of gr. public spirit, capt. and rep. 1716 and for six yrs. more, d. in honora. age. See William Brown. HENRY, Boston, an early propr. purchase. also, in 1648; prob. went home, was of London 1668. HENRY Salisbury, b. 1615; came with his mo.; an orig. propr. of course in 1639, was br. of George of Haverhill, by w. Abigail had Nathaniel, b. 30 June 1642; Abigail, 23 Feb. 1644; Jonathan, 25 Nov. 1646, prob. d. young; Philip, Dec. 1648; Abraham, 1 Jan. 1650; Sarah, 6 Dec. 1654; and Henry, 8 Feb. 1659. He was a shoemaker, d. 6 Aug. 1701; and his wid. d. 23 Aug. 1702. Abigail m. 1 June 1691, Samuel French; and Sarah m. 12 June 1673, Andrew Greeley. HENRY, Salisbury, youngest ch. of the preced. m. 17 May 1682, Hannah Putnam, had John, b. 15 Apr. 1683; Rebecca, 1 Oct. 1684; Abraham, 4 July 1686; Hannah, 20 Mar. 1689, d. young; Eliezer, 18 Feb. 1691; Henry, 17 June 1693; Benjamin, 25 June 1695; Mehitable, 20 Sept. 1698; Nathaniel, 21 Dec. 1700; Joseph, bapt. 18 Sept. 1703; and Hannnah, 9 June 1705; rem. to Salem, where some of the ch. were b. and he d. 25 Apr. 1708. His wid. in will of 9 May 1730, speaks of six s. then liv. and ds. Rebecca and Hannah. HENRY, Providence 1652, sw. alleg. in June 1668, had Richard, Joseph, and prob. Henry and other ch. In his will of 27 Sept. 1690 ment. w. Hannah. HENRY, Providence, call. jr. when he took o. of alleg. in May 1682, may have been s. of the preced. HOPESTILL, Sudbury, s. of deac. William, m. 1686, Abigail Haynes, and for sec. w. had Dorothy, wid. of Rev. and unhappy Samuel Paris, and d. 1729. HUGH, Salem 1628, com. with Endicott, in opin. of Mr. Felt, sent to relief of the Ind. at Ipswich 1631, perhaps rem. to Boston. HUGH, Boston (in opin. of Farmer, the same as the preced. but, in mine, more prob. was his s.), by w. Sarah had Job, b. 29 Mar. 1651; Hugh, wh. d. 16 July 1652; and Sarah, 16 Aug. 1653, Wh. d. 2 Jan. foll. and the improb. rec. in Geneal. Reg. X. 218, tells, that ano. Sarah d. 3 Apr. 1654. ICHABOD, Cambridge, s. of Thomas of the same, by w. Martha had John, b. 1 Nov. 1696, H. C. 1714, the min. of Haverhill; Martha, 16 June 1699; Priscilla, 14 Dec. 1702; Sarah, 26 Sept. 1706; and his w. d. 1 Sept. 1708. He m. 13 June 1709, Margaret Odlin, perhaps youngest d. of Elisha of Boston, had Abigail, b. 8 May 1710, and d. 1728, the five ch. and the mo. of the youngest all surv. ISAAC, Newbury, s. of Thomas of the same, m. 22 Aug. 1661, Rebecca, perhaps d. of John Bayley, jr. had Ruth, b. 26 May, 1662; Thomas, 13 Sept. 1664; Rebecca, 15 Mar. 1667; and he d. 13 May 1674. JABEZ, Sudbury 1667, prob. s. of Thomas of Concord, freem. 1680; by w. Hannah, had Mary, b. 26 Nov. 1672; and Sarah, 20 May 1680; was of Stow, rep. under the new chart. 1692.
JACOB, Billerica, one of the proprs. 1659, m. 16 Oct. 1661, Mary Tapley. [[vol. 1, p. 268]] JACOB, Hampton, s. of John of the same, m. Sarah, d. of William Brookin of Portsmouth, had John; Samuel, b. 4 Nov. 1686; Abraham, Jan. 1689; Joshua, 1 Apr. 1691; Sarah, 1693, Jacob, 22 Dec. 1695; Abigail, 3 Mar. 1698; Jonathan, 24 Feb. 1700; and Jeremiah, bapt. with the eight preced. 28 June 1702; and he d. 13 Feb. 1740, aged, it is said, 87. JAMES, Boston 1630, being No. 61 in the ch. list, freem. 4 Mar. 1634, by w. Grace had James, b. 30 Aug. bapt. 7 Sept. 1645, ar. co. 1643; d. 1651, his will of 9 May, pro. 7 Aug. is abstr. in Geneal. Reg. VII. 335. It gave ho. and ld. to the chief his s. d. bef. 21 yrs. of age, and provid. for w. wh. was extrix. JAMES, Charlestown, 1633, adm. of the ch. 10 Mar. 1634, freem. 25 May 1636, had w. Elizabeth and ch. John, bapt. 1 Mar. 1639; and Mary, 3 Mar. 1640. JAMES, Newbury, came with w. 1631 says Coffin, from Southampton, was one of the first sett. 1635; freem. 17 May 1637, a selectman 1638; preach. at Portsmouth, but came back to N. 1656, or earlier. Ano. JAMES, Charlestown, by w. Judith had John, b. 4 Jan. 1638; James, 20 Feb. 1643, wh. d. young James, again, 19 Aug. 1647; and Nathaniel, 21 Nov. 1648, ar. co. 1639, may be the dangerous man, disarm. as a supporter of Wheelwright 1637. Frothingham, 82. JAMES, Newbury, s. of Joseph, a youth of 17, came in the James 1635, from Southampton, arr. at Boston 3 June 1635. But the difficulty of discrim. betw. the many of this name, even by aid of ws. and ch. is insurmount. He, by w. Sarah, d. of capt. John Cutting, had Samuel, b. 14 Jan. 1657; Hannah, bapt. 12 Sept. 1658; and Abraham, 14 Oct. 1660; had, also, Mary, b. 25 May 1663; Abigail, 24 Oct. 1665; and Martha, 22 Dec. 1667. He was a glazier, rem. to Salem, there d. 13 Nov. 1676. His will of 29 Jan. 1674, names w. Sarah, and ch. John, James, Samuel, Abraham, Sarah, wh. was m.; Ann, or Hannah, Mary, Abigail, and Martha. JAMES, Taunton 1643, s. of John, the Assist. b. in Eng. we may be sure, went with his f. to Swanzey, chos. 1665 an Assist. may well be presum. the preacher, put by Mather, in his third classis, at S. unless more than usual confidence is felt in his authority, wh. it is believ. inquiry will not justify, for no durat. in office is ment. nor is any reason kn. for giv. him place in that rather than the sec. classis. He m. Lydia, d. of John Howland, and. d. 29 Oct. 1710, aged 87, leav. James, wh. d. 1725, at Barrington; Jabez; and d. Dorothy Kent. Baylies, IV. 18. JAMES, Salem, s. of Elder John, m. 5 Sept. 1664, Hannah, d. of Henry Bartholomew, had James, b. 3 Feb. 1666, d. young; Bartholomew, 31 Mar. 1669; Elizabeth 26 Jan. 1671; Hannah, 9 Mar. 1673; and James, again, 23 May 1675. On 12 Nov. of the last yr. he was found d. in Cecil Co. Maryland, where he was on a trad. voyage, k. by a negro.
JAMES, Salem 1678, s. of James, the glazier, foll. the trade of his f. m. 16 Jan. 1670, Hannah House, at Charlestown, there had James, b. 3 Feb. [[vol. 1, p. 269]] 1671; Samuel, 3 Dec. 1672; and d. in Apr. 1676, a few wks. bef. his f. JAMES, Salem at Ipswich, had Hannah, 13 Nov. 1676, d. young; and at S. Sarah, 10 Aug. 1678; and rem. to Newbury, there had Benjamin, 21 Mar. 1681; Abraham, 17 Mar. 1683, d. in few mos.; Joseph, 19 May 1685; and Hannah, 16 Nov. 1687; perhaps John, wh. d. Dec. 1690. He d. 27 Feb. 1708, and his wid. d. 18 Nov. 1713. JAMES, Hatfield 1678, m. 7 Jan. 1674, Remembrance Brook, had Mary, b. 1677; Abigail, 8 Sept. 1678; and Thankful, 1 June 1682; rem. to Deerfield, and had Sarah, 1683; James, 1685; Mindwell, 1686 ; Hannah, 1688; Mercy, 1690; Elizabeth 1693, d. at 5 yrs.; and John, 1695. He rem. after, to Colchester; and his d. Abigail, prob. was that capt. on the fatal day of 29 Feb. 1704, carr. to Canada, but ret. safe. JAMES, Branford 1679 a landholder, may have rem. and been of Norwalk; 1687, had Isaac, b. 1 Mar. 1690; and either bef. or aft. James, wh. prob. is the man that m. 1714, Joanna Whitehead. JAMES, Rehoboth, s. of James of the same, by w. Margaret had Margaret, b. 28 June 1682; d. 15 Apr. 1718, in his 60th yr. His wid. d. 5 May 1741, aged 84. JOB, Boston 1672, suppos. to be d. when inv. was tab. by William Brown, 2 Jan. 1675, was, perhaps, s. of Hugh. He had wish. to live at Charlestown, but was denied the privilege, went abroad, and not being heard of for some yrs. his br. infer. that he was d. JOHN, Pemaquid 1625. JOHN, Salem 1629, a lawyer from London, one of the purch. of the patent from Sir Henry Roswell, engag. (being one of the Assist. of the Mass. Co. and sw. a yr. and a half bef. Endicot took the requisite o.) in Mar. of that yr. to emb. with Samuel his br. in the fleet with Higginson; came in May, reach. S. in June, and soon after, they wish. to foll. the Episc. form of service, caus. such a schism, that Endicot sent them home in the returning sh. and in Sept. or Oct. they were again at London, and came not to our country any more. See the candid views of Eliot, Eccl. Hist. of Mass. in 1 Mass. Hist. Coll. IX. 3 and 4. That JOHN, whose d. 25 Feb. 1687, is ment. in early rec. of New Hampsh. "aged 98 yrs." may possib. have gain. such reputa. by his f. hav. done some brave act against the Spanish enemy even later than the Armada yr. to wh. wild tradit. refer. the b. of his s. JOHN, Watertown 1632, arr. 16 Sept. at Boston, from London, in the Lion; freem. 3 Sept. 1634, by w. Dorothy had Hannah, b. 10 Sept. 1634; and Mary, 24 Mar. 1637; and he was bur. 20 June of that yr. aged 36. By prob. geneal. he was s. of John of Hawkedon, Co. Suffk. in that ch. bapt. 11 Oct. 1601, and so neph. of Abraham and Richard.
JOHN, Plymouth, had acquaint. with the Pilgr. at Leyden bef. 1620, but his yr. of com. is unkn. liv. in 1636 at Duxbury; in 1643 at Taunton; Assist. for 17 yrs. from 1636, and serv. as Commissnr. of the Unit. Col. from 1644 for 12 yrs. had James, above ment.; and Mary, wh. m. 6 July 1636, Thomas Willet; perhaps more, certain. John, and d. at Swanzey, near Rehoboth, where he had large est. 10 Apr. 1662. His will, made three days bef. provides for the five ch. that his s. John left to [[vol. 1, p. 270]] his care, and names s. James, and w. Dorothy excors. also names d. Mary Willet, and gr.d. Martha, w. of John Saffin, d. of Willet. His wid. Dorothy d. at Swanzey, 27 Jan. 1674, aged 90. See Davis, in Morton's Mem. 295-7. JOHN, Salem 1637, freem. 2 May 1638, rul. elder of the ch. had John, bapt. Sept. 1638; and James, June 1640; d. 1685. JOHN, Hampton 1639, d. 28 Feb. 1687, a 98 yrs. as is said. Much more prob. is the age set against his name, 40, on hid embark. 17 apr. 1635, at the London custom ho. especially if he be that baker, whose fellow-passeng. were two serv. James Walker, aged 15, and Sarah Walker, 17, the latter of wh. in 1640, bec. his w. as descend. suppose. By what I think the wrong statement, he was b. 1589, and this maiden was b. 1618. Beside the number and dates of his ch. disprove or make highly improb. the great age : Sarah; John, b. 1644; Elizabeth; Benjamin; Jacob, 1653; Mary, 13 Sept. 1655; Thomas, 14 July 1657; and Stephen, 1659, wh. was k. by the Ind. at Scarborough 29 June 1677.
JOHN, Maine 1641, s. of Richard of Barton Regis. Co. Glouster, m. Margaret, d. of Francis Hayward of the City of Bristol, as he told Robert Allen of Sheepscot, for R. A. so swore on 21 Feb. 1659 at Bristol, Eng. (as there rec.) that he kn. for 17 yrs. J. B. of Newharbor, a mason, and that he was in good health in N. E. June preced. JOHN, Rehoboth, or Swanzey, s. of John of the same, b. prob. in Eng. m. a d. of William Buckland, had John, the eldest, b. 27 Sept. 1650; Joseph, 9 Apr. 1658; Nathaniel, 9 June 1661; Lydia, 6 Aug. 1656; and Hannah, 29 Jan. 1659, all of wh. in his will of 31 Mar. 1662, of wh. he made John, his f. the excor. he gave to his care, and d. soon. Hannah m. 7 Jan. 1676, her cousin Hezekiah Willet. JOHN, Ipswich 1641, may hav come in the Elizabeth, 1635, aged 40, from London, or have been the tailor from Badstow, in Essex, near Chelmsford, in the Defense, from London, 1635, aged 27. But whichever sh. he came in, he had w. Sarah, and by the ch. Sarah; John; Benjamin; and Elizabeth; prob. b. there; and at Hampton had Jacob, b. 1653; Mary, 13 Sept. 1655; Thomas, 14 July 1657; and Stephen, 1659, k. by the Ind. 29 June 1677 at Scarborough. Sarah m. 13 Mar. 1661, John Poor; and Eliz m. 23 Dec. 1669, Isaac Marston. JOHN, taunton 1643, s. of Hon. John, may be the John of Providence 1646, and after. JOHN, Milford 1648, had John; Mary; and Esther; all bapt. 16 Dec. 1649; Joseph, 1652; Mary, 1653; John again, b. 12 July 1655; Hannah, bapt not 3, as the perpetual blunders of Davenport's ch. has it, but 2 May 1658 at New Haven; and Phebe, 1660. His w. was Mary, and he prob. rem. to Newark, N. J.
JOHN, New Haven, s. of Francis of the same, m. 1 Jan. 1661, Mary, d. of John Walker of the same, had Mary, b. 2 May 1664; John, 9 Jan. 1667; Hannah, 7 Aug. 1669; and Grace, 9 Jan. 1673. She petitn. for divorce, and obt. it Oct. 1674. John, Newport, a freem. 1655. JOHN, Cambridge, call. a Scotchman, m. 24 Apr. 1655, Esther, d. of Thomas Makepeace, and in [[vol. 1, p. 271]] her f.'s will, eleven yrs. after, is call. of Marlborough. He had Joseph, b. 8 Feb. 1656, k. casual at 15 yrs.; Elizabeth 26 Mar. 1657; Sarah, 18 July 1661; Mary, 19 Dec. 1662; all at C. and at M. had John, 27 Nov. 1664; Esther, 1667, d. soon; Thomas, 1669; Daniel, 1671; Deborah, 1673; Abigail, 9 Mar. 1675; and Joseph, 1677; next yr. he rem. to Falmouth, and prob. at the sec. destruct. of that town was driv. away, and came to Watertown, there dates his will 20 Nov. 1697, in wh. w. Esther, s. John, Thomas, Daniel, and Joseph, d. Deborah of Jeremiah Meacham, and s.-in-law John Gustin, wh. had m. 10 Jan. 1678, Elizabeth; John Adams, Thomas Darley, or Darby, and John Hartshorn, are ment. JOHN, Providence, wh. sw. alleg. in May 1666, may be the same as bef. ment. but ano. John of P. sw. alleg. in May 1682. JOHN, Salem, s. of Elder John, m. 2 June 1658, Hannah, d. of Rev. Peter Hobart of Hingham, had John, b. 4 Apr. 1659, d. next mo.; John, again, 21 Feb. 1662; Samuel, 14 Mar. 1663, d. at 9 mos.; Peter, 1 Mar. 1664, d. soon; and Abiel, 21 Mar. 1673. JOHN, Reading, m. 12 or 18 Oct. 1659, Elizabeth d. of John Osgood of Andover, had Elizabeth b. 5 Oct. 1660, d. soon; Elizabeth again, 22 Dec. 1661; Sarah, 3 Aug. 1664, d. young; Sarah, again, 19 Nov. 1667, d. young; Mary, 30 May 1671, d. at 2 yrs.; and his w. d. 31 July 1673. He was capt. freem. 1679, rep. 1679, 80, 2, and 3; d. 1717 aged 81. JOHN, Newbury, m. 20 Feb. 1660. Mary Woodman, had Judith, b. 5 Dec. 1660; and Mary, 8 Mar. 1662. He was s. of James of Charlestown. JOHN, Reading, eldest s. of Nicholas, m. Ann, d. of Rev. John Fiske, wh. d. 30 May 1681, had Ann, b. 1678; and he m. 1682, sec. w. Elizabeth wid. of Rev. Joseph Emerson of Mendon, and she d. 4 Sept. 1693, aged 55. He m. third w. Rebecca, wid. of lieut. Samuel Sprague of Malden, wh. surv. him, and d. 8 July 1710, aged 76 He, instead of that former John of R. may have been the rep. or capt. or both. JOHN, Providence, s. of Chad, m. Mary, d. of Obadiah Holmes, the sufferer by the Mass. persecut. Had John, b. 18 Mar. 1662; James, 1666; Obadiah, Martha, and Deborah. John, Hampton, s. of John the first of the same, had a farm giv. 1666 by his f. at the Falls, and so may be suppos. to have m. bef. the Ind. war of Philip, in wh. he serv. longer time than any other man of his town; but no w. or ch. is kn. and he d. 29 Aug. 1683.
JOHN, Salem, m. 27 Jan. but by ano. acco. 30 June 1669, Hannah, d. of Francis Collins, had Priscilla, b. 1 June 1669; Margaret, 23 Apr. 1671; Joseph, 11 Sept. 1673; William, 1 Dec. 1677; Hannah, 22 July 1678; and Mary, 4 Jan. 1692; but some confus. evid. appears in rec. of dates of one or two. He was, perhaps, rep. for Marblehead, under the new chart. 1692, and for Salem 1707, 9, and 13; may have d. 14 Apr. 1719. JOHN, a passeng. emb. in Eng. 16 May 1679 on the Prudence for Boston, may have never arr. or soon went home, or sat down in some other town, or [[vol. 1, p. 272]] (wh. is the least likely), he might have gone home to purchase goods in Eng. for trade here. JOHN, Duxbury, by w. Ann had Ann, b. 19 Sept. 1673; and John, 1675; was a bapt. JOHN, Swanzey or Rehoboth, a capt. s. of John, and gr.s. of Hon. John of the same, m. 8 Nov. 1672, Ann, d. of maj. John Mason of Norwich, had John, b. 28 Apr. 1675; Lydia, 16 May 1679; Martha, 20 Nov. 1681; Daniel, 29 Oct. 1683; Ebenezer, 15 June 1685; Daniel, again, 26 Sept. 1686; Stephen, 29 Jan. 1688; and Joseph, 19 May. JOHN, Newbury, s. of sec. Newbury Francis m. 20 Aug. 1683, Ruth, d. of Abel Huse, had John, b. 27 Oct. 1683; and Isaac, 4 Feb. 1685; and perhaps more. He was, I suppose, the man whose ho. was assail. by the Ind. on 7 Oct. 1695, and nine persons carr. into captiv. but all by fresh pursuit were retak. tho. some d. of wounds. See Coffin, 161, 2, and strange incidents of the case in Niles, 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. VI. 238. JOHN, York 1680. JOHN, Billerica, m. 22 Apr. 1682, Elizabeth d. of George Polley, had John, b. 27 Mar. 1683, d. next day; John, again, 22 Jan. 1684; Elizabeth 6 July 1685, d. soon; Elizabeth again, 10 Feb. 1687; and Hannah, 27 Apr. 1689. JOHN, Middletown, prob. s. of Nathaniel of the same, m. 1 Apr. 1685, Ann Porter, had Thomas, b. 1686; Hannah, 1688; John, 1691; Mary, 1693; and Abigail, 1701. JOHN, Roxbury, by w. Elizabeth had Edmund, b. 3 Jan. 1686 and Edmund, again, 16 Jan. 1687; is, perhaps, the one wh. d. at Dorchester, 14 May 1725. JOHN, Windsor, eldest s. of Peter, m. 4 Feb. 1692, Eliz d. of John Loomis, had Elizabeth b. 11 Feb. 1693; Mary, 11 Sept. 1694; Ann, 1 Sept. 1696, d. soon; Hannah, 24 Aug. 1697; John, 11 Mar. 1700; Ann, again, 11 Aug. 1702; Sarah, 11 Jan. 1704; Isaac, 17 Mar. 1707; Daniel, 20 Mar. 1709; Margaret, 11 Mar. 1711; and Esther, 17 Mar. 1712; and his w. d. 11 Dec. 1723. He d. 4 Feb. 1728. JOHN, Stonington, m. Oct. 1692, Elizabeth d. of Ephraim Miner, had John, b. July 1693, d. next yr.; Jonathan, 15 Mar. 1695; Elizabeth Mar. 1697; Hepzibah, Sept. 1699; John, again, Dec. 1701; Ichabod, 12 Mar. 1704; Prudence, 28 Apr. 1707; Jedediah, 28 Apr. 1709; Mehitable, Aug. 1712; and Mary Aug. 1716. JONATHAN, Reading, a man of substance, whose d. Elizabeth m. 30 Sept. 1663, Hananiah Parker. JONATHAN, Watertown, s. of the first Abraham, m. 11 Feb. 1662, Mary, d. of William Shattuck, had Mary, b. 6 Oct. foll-; Elizabeth 19 Sept. 1664; Jonathan, 25 Oct. 1666; d. young,; Patience, 6 Mar. 1669; Abraham, 26 Aug. 1671; Samuel, 21 Oct. 1674; Lydia, 31 Mar. 1677; Ebenezer, 10 Sept. 1679; Benjamin, 27 Feb. 1682; and William, 3 Sept. 1684; and d. 1691. His wid. d. 23 Oct. 1732, not quite so old as her gr.stone at Waltham says. JONATHAN, Salem, s. of Elder John, m. 28 June 1664, Abigail Burrill, prob. d. soon, for inv. of his insolv. est. was giv. 16 Apr. 1667. JONATHAN, Windsor, s. of Peter of the same, m. 1 Oct. 1696, Mindwell Loomis, had Mindwell, b. 8 Jan. 1669; Ruth, 11 Jan. 1702; Martha, 7 Sept. 1704; Jonathan, 20 June 1707; David, 8 Mar. 1709; Ephraim, 25 Aug. 1712; Eunice, 16 May 1715; Jonathan, again, 10 May 1718; and Benjamin, 1 July 1721. JOSEPH, Concord, made his will 26 Sept. 1671, wh. was witness. by Rev. Edward Bulkley, but all else is unkn. JOSEPH Charlestown, S. of Hon. William of Salem, freem. 1673. Was a preach. but not old. tho. unanim. invit. to succeed Shepard 1678, a fellow of the Corp. involv. in the matter of Presid. Hoar; d. 9 May of that yr.; his W. Mehitable, d. of Gov. William Brenton, hav. d. 14 Sept. 1676.
JOSEPH, Reading, s. of Nicholas of the same, m. 26 May 1674, Elizabeth d. of Thomas Bancroft of the same, had Elizabeth b. 15 Jan. 1676; Nicholas, 22 Sept. 1677; Joseph, 16 Nov. 1679; Thomas, 14 Apr. 1682; Ebenezer, 12 Jan. 1685, d. soon; Ebenezer, again, 16 June 1688, d. young; Hepzibah, 23 Feb. 1693; and a s. 20 Feb. 1695, [[vol. 1, p. 273]] d. soon; and the f. d. 16 Oct. 1723. JOSEPH, Lynn, m. 22 Dec. 1680, Sarah Jones, had Joseph, b. 12 Apr. 1682, may have been of Ipswich, when made freem. 1683. JOSEPH, Stamford, s. of Francis of the same, propr. there in 1683-1701. JOSEPH, Rehoboth, youngest s. of sec. John of the same, m. 10 Nov. 1680, Hannah Fitch, had Joseph, b. 21 Nov . 1681; Hannah, 21 Nov. 1682; Jabez, 30 Dec. of unkn. yr. JOSEPH, Watertown, s. of John of Marlborough, m. 15 Nov. 1699, Ruhamah Wellington, had Ruhamah, b. 15 July 1701; Daniel, 21 Dec. 1703; John, 5 May 1706; Joseph, 2 Sept. 1708; rem. 1709 to Lexington, there had James, Josiah, Benjamin, and William, was deac. and d. 11 Jan. 1766, and his wid. d. 1 July 1772, aged 92. JOSHUA, Newbury, s. of first Newbury Richard, freem. 1673, m. 15 Jan. 1669, Sarah, d. of William Sawyer, had Joseph, b. 18 Oct. 1669; Joshua, 18 May 1671; Tristram, 21 Dec. 1672; Sarah, 5 Dec. 1676; Ruth, 29 Oct. 1678; and Samuel, 4 Sept. 1687, H. C. 1705, wh. was first min. of Abington. JOSIAH, Marblehead 1668, was prob. s. of Nicholas of Lynn, and m. 1666, as is said, Mary Fellows. NATHANIEL, Hartford 1647; m. 23 Dec. 1647, Eleanor Watts, d. of Richard, rem. to Middletown, 1654, thence to Springfield, had Nathaniel, b. 9 June 1649; Thomas, 31 Oct. 1655, both d. young; was mort. wound. 5 Oct. 1675; left Hannah, the eldest, b. 15 Apr. 1651, wh. m. 5 Nov. 1669, Isaac Lane; Nathaniel, again, 15 July 1654; John, 15 Apr. 1657, and Benoni, 15 Mar. 1659. NATHANIEL, Ipswich, m. 16 Dec. 1673, Judith Perkins, had ds. Elizabeth Mary Hubbard, and Hannah Cogswell, beside John; Nathan; Jacob; and James, b. 1 June 1685; freem. 1685; was, perhaps, of Rowley afterwards. But devis. ld. giv. by his f. Dec. 1673, his will of 10 Oct. 1716 calls him of I. NATHANIEL, Salisbury, eldest s. of Henry, m. 16 Nov. 1666, Hannah, d. of Samuel Fellows; had Hannah, b. 3 Apr. 1668; may have liv. few yrs. and perhaps had ch. at Hampton, but back at S. had Abigail, 1 Feb. 1676; perhaps Ephraim; ds. Abra, 20 Nov. 1680; Ruth, 9 Aug. 1685; beside Nathaniel, 24 July 1689. He was a capt. freem. 1690, rep. 1691, k. by the Ind. at Andover, 22 Feb. 1698. NATHANIEL, Middletown, s. of Nathaniel of the same, m. 2 July 1677, Martha Hughes, d. of Richard of Guilford, had Mary, b. 2 Mar. 1678; Martha, 3 Feb. 1680, d. at 18 yrs.; Eleanor, 30 June 1681; Nathaniel, 18 Sept. 1683; and d. 9 May 1712. The w. d. 30 May 1729. NICHOLAS, Exeter, or that region, d. early in 1648.
NICHOLAS, Lynn 1630, as Lewis conject. but I think 7 yrs. too early, s. of Edward, of Inkberrow, 8 ms. from Droitwich, Worcestersh.; freem. 7 Sept. 1638, rep. 1641, rem. to Reading, 1644, and d. 5 Apr. 1673. His eldest s. John went in 1660 to Eng. but came back, and was excor. of the will of 29 Mar. 1673, made by his f. pro. 17 June foll. in wh. Elizabeth other ch. Josiah; Edward, b. 15 Aug 1640; Elizabeth and Joseph, 10 Dec. 1647; possib. ano. Sarah, 26 June 1650, are ment. This fam. had e final. NICHOLAS, Portsmouth, [[vol. 1, p. 274]] R. I. a freem. 1655. PETER, Plymouth, came in the May flower, 1620, m. two ws. and had two ch. by ea. says Gov. Bradford, after his com. here, and both of those by the first w. had been m. and one of them had two ch. when the Gov. wrote in 1650. For his first w. conject. assigns him the wid. Ford wh. had come in the Fortune 1621; but, of course, this must have been after the land div. in 1624; and he, at the div. of cattle, 1627 has assoc. with him Martha and Mary, perhaps w. and d. He is somewhere call. br. of John of P. and both liv. on Duxbury side. He d. 1633, and Standish and Brewster took his inv. 10 Oct. of that yr. Stiles, in Hist. of Windsor, 558, confus. gr. of lds. at Plymouth and Salem. He also adopts a tradit. that I do not respect, mak. this Plymouth pilgr. f. of Windsor Peter. PETER, New Haven 1639, had Mercy, bapt. 6 Apr. 1645; and Elizabeth 1 Aug. 1647; rem. to Stamford, where his w. Elizabeth d. 21 Sept. 1657; and he m. 27 July 1658, Unity, wid. of Clement Buxton, and d. 22 of the mo. foll. His s. Ebenezer had d. the day preced. but he may have also had Thomas, and Hackaliah, by the first w. both of wh rem. to Rye. His wid. m. 9 Mar. foll. Nicholas Knapp. PETER, Plymouth, I suppose, s. of Peter of the same, b. after 1627, as his name does not appear in the div. of cattle that yr. He was with Gov. Bradford and thirty others among the first purch. of Dartmouth in 1652. PETER, Windsor, m. 15 July 1658, Mary, d. of Jonathan Gillett, had Mary, b. 2 May 1659; Hannah, 29 Sept. 1660; Abigail, 8 Aug. 1662; Hepzibah, 19 Nov. 1664; Peter, 2 Mar. 1667; John, 8 Jan. 1669; Jonathan, 30 Mar. 1670; Cornelius, 30 July 1672; Esther, 22 May 1673; Elizabeth 9 June 1676; Deborah, 2 Feb. 1679; and Sarah, 20 Aug. 1681; the twelve were nam. at his d. 9 Mar. 1692, as all liv. Hannah was m. to one not kn.; Abigail m. 1683, Samuel Fowler; Esther m. 1700, William Barber; and Deborah m. 1696, John Hosford. PETER, Windsor, s. of the preced. m. 1696, Mary Barber, d. prob. of the sec. Thomas of the same, had Peter, b. 28 Jan. 1700; Dinah, 4 Jan. 1702; Samuel, 28 Aug. 1705; Mary, 28 Aug. 1708; Benjamin, 11 Aug. 1711; Ebenezer, 26 Aug. 1713; and Mindwell, next day. PHILIP, Salisbury s. of Henry of the same, m. 21 June 1669, Mary, d. of the first Isaac Buswell, had Susanna, b. 8 Mar. 1670; Mary, 23 Feb. 1672, d.in few mos.; a s. 1 Apr. 1673, d. in few days; Abigail, 4 June 1675; Mary, 1676; Sarah, 18 Mar. 1678; George, 1 July 1680; Phebe, 2 Oct. 1681 wh. d. at 19 yrs. and Hannah, 5 Feb. 1683. His w. d. 27 Nov. foll. and he d. 21 July 1729. RICHARD, Watertown 1630, prob. br. of first Abraham, came in the fleet with Winthrop freem. 18 May 1631, hav. req. the privilege 19 Oct. preced. was rul. eld. as he had been in a London ch. rep. at the first gen. ct. of delegates 1634, and every time to 1639, and again 1647-55, exc. 1653; rem. to Charlestown, and d. betw. Aug. 1659 and Mar. 1661, the dates of mak. and prob. of his will. That instr. of wh. wid. Elizabeth was extrix. nam. s. Thomas, and gr.s. Richard, and George; but the est. was not adequate, it is thot. to tempt either over the ocean. Winthrop I. 58. His will. m. 12 May 1662, Richard Jackson of Cambridge.
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