Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,
By James Savage
CARY, DAVID, Bristol, s. prob. of John the first, had w. and d. there 1689. FRANCIS, Roxbury, d. 3 Sept. 1672, aged 71, says gr.stone, in Geneal. Reg. XIV. 52, but I entertain strong suspicion of error. JAMES, Charlestown 1639, came, as tradit. says, from Bristol, by w. Elinor had John, b. 29 July 1642; James, 7 Mar. 1644, d. soon; Nathaniel, 7 Mar. 1645; Jonathan, 15 Jan. 1647; Elizabeth 23 Sept. 1648; he never was freem. but d. 2 Nov. 1681, aged 81, as gr.stone tells. JOHN, Bridgewater, said to have come from neighb. of Bristol, Eng. at the age of 25, and set down first, 1637, at Duxbury, then hav. gr. of ld. m. June 1644, Elizabeth d. of Francis Godfrey, had John, b. 1645; Francis, 1647; Elizabeth 1649; and, at Braintree, James, 1652; at Bridgewater, Mary, 1664; Jonathan, 1656; David, 1658; Hannah, 1661; Joseph, 1663; Rebecca, 1666; Sarah, 1667; and Mehitable, 1670. He was the first town clk. and early his name was writ. Carew; but as the Eng. pronounce that name Cary, spell. soon foll. sound. Of his d. 2 Nov. 1681 is the date in report, against wh. suspicion of course aris. that for this the identity of James and John has been confound. Elizabeth m. William Brett the sec. and Rebecca m. 1686, Samuel Allen the third.
JOHN, Bridgewater, s. of the preced. m. 1670, [[vol. 1, p. 345]] Abigail, d. of Samuel Allen the sec. had John, b. 1671, d. soon; Seth, 1672; John, again, 1674; Nathaniel, 1676; Eleazer, 1678; James,1680; and rem. to Bristol, there with w. and seven. ch. was liv. in 1689, and his w. was prob. Hannah. JONATHAN, Charlestown, s. of James, freem. 1682, by w. Hannah Winsor had two ch. bapt. 14 May 1682, whose names are not giv. on the ch. rec. but by town rec. as Mr. Wyman assures me, were James, b. 7 Dec. 1679; and Abigail, 13 Jan. 1682. An earlier ch. Eleanor, b. 10 Dec. 1677, d. in few days. Also he had bapt. Samuel, 1 Apr. 1683; Ebenezer, 17 Aug. 1684; and Freelove, 26 Feb. 1688; was deac. 1710, and his w. d. 14 Dec. 1715, aged a. 59. He d. 1737, and of his descend. were Rev. Thomas, II. C. 1761; and Rev. Samuel, H. C. 1804. JOSEPH, Norwich, had gr. of Id. 1687 in that pt. now Preston. NATHANIEL, Charlestown, br. of Jonathan, whose w. after barbarous treatm. in the infernal delusion of 1692, was by him secret. convey. to N. Y. there open. protect. by Gov. Fletcher. See Hutch. II. 47 and 8, but the gr. historian of Mass. mistook the name of the br. wh. had this afflict. as in the charm. Lectures on Witchcr. from p. 71 to 78, is shown by Upham. After the demons were some yrs. gone from C. he return. and with his w. Elizabeth was again rec. into the ch. as they had both been bef. when their ch. Elizabeth and Martha were bapt. 11 July 1680; Nathaniel, 12 Sept. foll.; John, 28 Jan. 1683; and Mary, 14 Jan. 1690. NICHOLAS, Salem 1637, may have been of Pemaquid 1674. Of this name, in 1838, eight had been gr. at Harv. and two at Yale.
CASE, BARTHOLOMEW, Simsbury, s. of John, m. 7 Dec. 1699, Mary, d. of Samuel Humphrey, had Mary, b. 1701, d. soon; Thomas, 28 June 1702; Mary, again, 8 Nov. 1704; Elizabeth; Amos, 1712; Sarah, 1715; Isaac, 23 Oct. 1717; Abraham, 20 Aug. 1720; and Abigail, 1721; and d. 25 Oct. 1725. EBENEZER, Roxbury, m. 13 Mar. 1690, Patience, d. of James Draper, had Mary, b. 20 July 1691; Jonathan, 1 Sept. 1693; and perhaps he rem. EDWARD, Watertown, rem. soon to Taunton, for wh. he was rep. 1640, and three yrs. more, but again rem. whither is unkn. JOHN, New London 1656, next yr. rem. to Windsor, and m. Sarah, d. of William Spencer, had Elizabeth b. a. 1658; Mary, 22 June 1660; John, 5 Nov. 1662; William, 5 June 1665; Samuel, 1 June 1667; Richard, 27 Aug. 1669; Bartholomew, Oct. 1670; Joseph, 6 Apr. 1674; Sarah, 14 Aug. 1676; and Abigail, 4 May 1682; but the last five were b. after he rem. to Simsbury, of wh. he was constable 1669, and was rep. 1670, and sev. yrs. after. His w. d. 3 Nov. 1691, aged 55; and he m. Elizabeth wid. of Nathaniel Loomis, d. of John Moore, and d. 21 Feb. 1704. His wid. d. 23 July 1728, aged 90. All his ch. were liv. in 1700, it is said. Elizabeth m. 1674, Joseph Lewis, and, next, 1681, John Tuller, both of S. and d. 9 Oct. 1718; Mary m. 1679, William Alderman, and, next, 30 Mar. 1699, James Hilyer, both of S. and d. a wid. 22 Aug. 1725; Sarah m. 6 Nov. 1699, Joseph Phelps, jr. as his sec. w. and d. 2 May 1704; and Abigail m. 1 Sept. 1701, Joseph Westover, jr. and outliv. him.
JOHN, Simsbury, eldest s. of the preced. m. 12 Sept. 1684, Mary, d. of Thomas Olcott the sec. had John, b. 6 [[vol. 1, p. 346]] Aug. foll. d. soon, as did the mo. and he m. 1693, Sarah, d. of Joshua Holcomb, had John, b. 22 Aug. 1694; Daniel, 7 Mar. 1696; Mary, 1698; Jonathan, 15 Apr. 1701; Sarah, a. 1703; Hannah, a. 1709; and he d. 22 May 1733. JOSEPH, Narranganset in that pt. now Kingstown, had Joseph, b. 1678; William, 1684; Mary; Hannah; Margaret; John, 1692; and Emanuel, 1699. JOSEPH, Simsbury, youngest. s. of the first John of the same, m. 6 Apr 1699, Ann, d. of James Eno the sec. of Windsor, had Joseph, b. 2 Feb. foll.; Jacob, 19 Mar. 1702; Aaron, 1705, d. soon; Benajah, a. 1710; Josiah, 1 Feb. 1716; Hezekiah, 26 Apr. 1719; David, a. 1722; and Joel, 30 May 1724; and d. 11 Aug. 1748. His wid. d. 10 June 1760. RICHARD, Hartford 1660, perhaps br. of the first John, m. Elizabeth d. of John Purchase, was propound. for freem. Oct. 1671, d. 30 Mar. 1694, leav. Richard, John, and Mary. RICHARD, Simsbury, s. of the first John of the same, m. 1 Sept. 1701, Amy, d. of Philip Reed of Concord, had Amy, b. a. 1702, d. soon; Amy, again, a. 1703; Richard, 1710 ; Timothy, a. 1711; Margaret, a. 1713; Edward, 5 Mar. 1715; Lydia, 15 Mar. 1718; Mary, 30 Jan. 1722; and he d. a. 1746. SAMUEL, Simsbury, br. of the preced. m. Mary, d. of Josiah Westover of S. wh. d. 27 Sept. 1713, and he m. 8 Nov. 1721, Elizabeth d. of Josiah Owen, wid. of Samuel Thrall, and d. 30 July 1725. His ch. by the first w. were Samuel, b. 24 Jan. 1696; Mary, 15 Nov. 1697; Hannah, 30 Jan. 1699; Mercy, 12 Jan. 1701; Abigail, 4 Feb. 1705, d. soon; Nathaniel, 26 Apr. 1703; Eunice, July 1704; Josiah, Aug. 1705; Caleb, a. 1707; Azrikam, 16 Feb. 1710; Benjamin, 1711; and perhaps Pelatiah, wh. d. 1733; and by the sec. w Irene, 12 Jan. 1725. THOMAS, Fairfield, rem. to the Dutch a. 1664, and is by Mather (wh. is always liberal in obloquy against adher. of George Fox), call. a villain, Magn. VII. 25. We hear not any reason for such epith. exc. his Quaker. habit. influence among the foll. nam. by the gr. ecclesiast. histor. "Case's crew," at Southold, L. I. where, he sorrowf. adds, "to this day (1699), the sect is kn." He was sev. times imprison. for his cause, and by such treatm. not prob. induc. to reject the inward light; and d. 1692, perhaps unm. certain. without issue. WILLIAM, Newport, among the freem. 1655. WILLIAM, Charlestown m. 28 Jan. 1686, Mary Starkey, WILLIAM, Simsbury, br. of Bartholomew, m. 1688, Elizabeth d. of Joshua Holcomb, had Elizabeth b. Sept. 1689; William, 22 Mar 1691; James, 12 Mar. 1693; Rachel, 10 Dec. 1694; Mary, 23 Aug. 1696; Joshua, 1 June 1698; Mindwell, 21 Mar. 1700; and he d. ten days after. His wid. m. 10 Mar. 1704, John Slater; next m. Thomas Marshall; and d. 26 Feb. 1762. This name was very com. in that region, and I count gr. in 1855, at Yale, ten, but none in Harv. or Dart. catal.
CASELEY, or CASLEY, EDWARD, Scituate 1638, rem. to Barnstable [[vol. 1, p. 347]] 1639, says Deane. JOHN, Barnstable 1640-9, may have been br. of the preced. WILLIAM, perhaps a br. of the preced. or even the f. had been freem. of Mass. 2 Nov. 1637, tho. his place of resid. is not found, but soon after he rem. to Sandwich, and this makes it prob. that he was first of Lynn; at S. he m. in Nov. 1639, a sis. of the w. of Rev. Marmaduke Matthews of Yarmouth, may have sett. at Barnstable, where long the name prevail. and spread thence in the last century, to Gorham, Me.
CASEY, JOHN, Boston, serv. to Thomas Gardner of Roxbury, or rather of Muddy riv. in B. was a soldier of Oliver's comp. wound. in the gr. battle of Philip's war.
CASH, WILLIAM, Salem, mariner, m. Oct. 1667, Elizabeth Lambert, d. perhaps of Richard, had William, b. 23 Feb. 1669; John, 10 July 1671, d. in few days; John, again, and Elizabeth tw. 10 July 1672, of wh. John d. at 2 yrs.; Mary, and Ann, tw. 29 Apr. 1675; Esther, 9 Mar. 1679; Elizabeth wh. was bapt. adult, Dec. 1693, and m. 7 Mar. 1697, William Tapley; and Mary, wh. m. 28 May 1697, John Meacham. WILLIAM, Salem, s. of the preced. had William, b. 13 Feb. 1694; Elizabeth 19 July 1696; John, 7 Sept. 1699; Sarah, 5 Aug. 1702; and Ruth, 23 Mar. 1706.
CASKIN, WILLIAM, Concord, had Sarah, b. 1642; and perhaps Phebe.
CASMAN, ROGER, Newbury, came in the Confidence 1638, aged 15, serv. to John Saunders.
CASMORE, or CHASMORE, RICHARD, Patuxet 1643, tak. by the marshal of Mass. on a precept in 1657, raising trouble betw. the Cols. of Mass. and R. I. See Geneal. Reg,. VIII. 362.
CASS, JAMES, Westerly 1669. JOHN, Hampton 1644, m. Martha, d. of Thomas Philbrick, had John; Samuel, b. 13 July 1659; Joseph; Martha; Jonathan; Ebenezer; Abigail; Mercy; and Mary; of wh. Martha m. John Redman; and he d. sudden. 7 Apr. 1675. His will was of May 1674. A descend. was maj. Jonathan, wh. d. 14 Aug. 1830, f. of the Hon. Lewis, disting. in our modern polit. hist. JOHN, Windsor; rem. 1670, to Simsbury. JOHN, Hampton, s. of the first John, m. 10 Dec. 1676, Mary, prob. d. of Maurice Hobbs, had John, b. 21 Aug. 1680; and Mary, 26 Feb. 1687, perhaps others. His w. d. 23 July 1692; and for sec. w. he took Elizabeth wid. of James Chase, wh. had former name Green, perhaps d. of Henry. JOSEPH, Hampton, br. of the preced. had Joseph, wh. d. 22 Jan. 1687; and Mary, b. 26 Feb. foll. SAMUEL, Hampton 1678, br. of the preced. m. 7 Dec. 1681, Mary Sanborn. Sometimes this name is distort. to Cash.
CASSELL, or CASSILEY, GEORGE, Mass. 1657. Felt. ROBERT, Hampton 1639, had prob. been of Ipswich 1637, and young. See Belkn. I. 22.
CASTINE, or CAUSTINE, WILLIAM, Boston, had w. Isabel, wh. d. 25 [[vol. 1, p. 348]] Jan. 1654, but by w. Mary had Lydia, b. 22 Jan. 1655. It may be Costinge.
CASTLE, HENRY, Woodbury 1682, then resid. with Henry, jr. perhaps his s. and d. 2 Feb. 1698, being the first d. on rec. there, but to find wh. as his f. would be more agreea. to us. MATTHEW, Charlestown, m. 4 Aug. 1687, Mary Stowers. WILLIAM, Boston 1673, mariner.
CASWELL, CASEWELL, or CASSELL, JOHN, Taunton, prob. s. of Thomas, m. 26 Nov. 1689, Elizabeth Hall. STEPHEN, Taunton, eldest s. of Thomas, m. 29 Dec. 1672, Hannah, d. perhaps of Christopher Thrasher, had Stephen, b. 11 Dec. foll.; Joseph, 18 May 1678; and perhaps others. THOMAS, Taunton, had Stephen, b. 15 Feb. 1649; Thomas, 22 Feb. 1651; Peter, 31 Oct. 1652; Mary, 31 Aug. 1654, wh. m. 15 Aug 1676, Israel Thrasher; John, 31 July 1656; Sarah, 30 Nov. 1658, wh. m. 3 July 1677, William Hoskins; William, 15 Sept. 1660; Samuel, 26 Jan. 1663; Elizabeth 10 Jan. 1665, m. 1 June 1685, Uriah Leonard; Abigail, 27 Oct. 1666; and Esther, 4 June 1669.
CATCHAM, or CATCHEM. See Ketcham.
CATE, EDWARD, Portsmouth, was of the gr. jury 1684. JAMES, Portsmouth 1665, d. a. 1677, may have been f. or br. of the preced. JOHN, and WILLIAM, of New Hampsh. 1689, favor. jurisdict. of Mass.
CATER, RICHARD, Dover 1650, had Richard, and d. a. 1690. RICHARD, Dover, s. of the preced. d. 15 June 1703.
CATES, JOHN, Windham, perhaps bef. 1686, but the time or cause of his com. to our country, is equal. unkn. There was a report, that he came from Virg. and possib. he was that passeng. from London in the sh. Safety 1635. Much idle conject. has been expend. on the reason of his withdr. from society, and liv. some time in a cave; and among the most absurd is, that he was a regicide. Perhaps he was only a misanthrop. humorist, perhaps had been a buccanier, and thot. seclusion his safest course. See Hinman. He built, 1689, the first ho. in the town, left ch. in Eng. as his will, 5 May 1696, shows. In it he gave ld. for a sch. more for the poor of W. and money, not (as popul. report was) plate to the ch. and d. 16 July, tho. his inv. appears 11th 1697. See Trumbull's Hist. 408. The name of this stranger is oft. Kates.
CATLIN, or CATLING, JOHN, Hartford, s. of Thomas, m. 27 July 1665, Mary Marshall, had Mary, b. 10 July 1666; Samuel, 4 Nov. 1672, John, 27 Apr. 1676; Thomas, 27 Aug. 1678; and Benjamin, 1 Feb. 1681. Hinman, 123, 203, 58. By Porter I feel able to add, Jonathan, 1683, and Hannah, 1685. JOHN, Boston, came from Barbados, was only trans. visit. call. hims. writ.-master, in his will, made on board the Pink Mary, in Cape Cod harb. 21 Dec. 1685, pro. at B. 4 Jan. foll. After small gifts to the capt. of the vessel, and two fellow-passeng. he dispos. the cargo to his only s. Charles, and made Thomas Palmer excor. JOHN, Deerfield, came from Newark, N. J. bef. 1684, with his mo. [[vol. 1, p. 349]] Isabel, but they had some yrs. bef. gone thither from Conn. of course. The bapt. name of her first h. is unkn. for sec. she m. James Northam of Wethersfield, wh. d. 1662, and she rem. and had third h. Joseph Baldwin of Hadley. Catlin, the name of whose w. is not kn. had John, b. 1663, Joseph, Jonathan, and four or five ds. of wh. Elizabeth m. James Corse. She with her br. Joseph (wh. left s. John), and Jonathan, and the f. were all k. by the Ind. and Fr. in the assault, 29 Feb. 1704. Yet the name is kept up in the vicin. PHILIP, Lynn, had w. Alice, wh. m. 1659 or 60, Evan Thomas of Boston, is better spell. Kirtland, wh. see PHILIP, a soldier at Hadley 7 Apr. 1676. SAMUEL, Hartford, s. of John, m. 5 Jan. 1703, Elizabeth Norton of Farmington. THOMAS, Hartford, had Mary, bapt. 29 Nov. 1646, d. soon; John, bef. ment. and Mary, again, bapt. 6 May 1649; was constable 1662, oft. selectman, and Hinman, 18 and 123 ready to call him anc. of all of the name in Conll. d. 1690, aged a. 78.
CATTELL, JOHN, Hartford 1643, d. next yr. leav. wid.
CAULKINS, CALKINS, CALKIN, or CAWKIN, DAVID, New London, youngest s. of Hugh, m. Mary, d. of Thomas Bliss of Norwich, had David, b. 5 July 1674; Ann, 8 Nov. 1676; Jonathan, 9 Jan. 1679; Peter, 9 Oct. 1651, d. young; beside John, Mary, Joseph, and Lydia, most or all of wh. may have been b. earlier, as neither is seen in the town rec. had the est. of his f. in that pt. of New London, now, nam. Waterford, and d. 25 Nov. 17. From him descends the modest and dilig. hist. of Norwich and New London. HUGH, Gloucester; prob. a Welchman, came with Rev. Richard Blinman, and first sat down, 1640, at Marshfield, rem. next yr. to Lynn, perhaps only for short season, was freem. 27 Dec. 1642, when he was of G. selectman. 1643-8, rep. 1650-2 but rem. to New London bef. begin. to serve under this last elect. and was selectman and rep. half the yrs. of his resid. there, and town clk. for all, rem. 1662 to Norwich, and was the first deac. on organiz. the ch. rep. also for this town 1663 and 4, and d. 1690, aged 90. From Eng. he brot. w. Ann, and sev. ch. as John, Sarah, and Mary, possib. more, and had b. at G. David; Deborah, 18 Mar. 1645; and Rebecca, wh. d. 14 Mar. 1651; perhaps more at the same. Sarah m. 28 Oct. 1645, William Hough; Mary m. 8 Nov. 1649, Hugh Roberts; and Deborah m. June 1660, Jonathan Royce, or Rice. HUGH, Norwich, eldest s. of John, m. May 1689, Sarah, d. of Thomas Sluman, wh. d. 1703, had Hugh, b. 1690; Ann, 1692, Elizabeth 1694; Joshua, 1699; Stephen, 1700; and Daniel, 1702. JOHN, New London 1657, Norwich 1660, eldest s. of the first Hugh, b. in Eng. m. Sarah, d. of Robert Royce of N. L. had Hugh, b. June 1659; John, July 1661, the third male b. the town; Samuel, Oct. 1663; Sarah, June 1666; Daniel, 1667, d. soon; Mary, May 1669; Elizabeth Apr. 1673; and Ann, Aug. 1678; and he d. 8 Jan. 1703; and his wid. d. May 1711. Sarah m. 1684, Thomas [[vol. 1, p. 350]] Baldwin, and d. next yr.; Mary m. Samuel Gifford; and Elizabeth m. Samuel Hyde. JOHN, Norwich, s. of the preced. m. 23 Oct. 1690, Abigail, d. of John Birchard, had Abigail, b. 1691; Sarah, 1694; rem.to Lebanon, there had Mary, 1697; John, 1699; and James, 1702. SAMUEL, Norwich, br. of the preced. m. Nov. 1691, Hannah, d. of Stephen Gifford, had John, b. 1693; Hannah, 1694; Ruth, 1695; rem. to Lebanon, there had Samuel, 1699; Nathaniel, 1703; Stephen, 1706; Nathaniel, again, 1710; and Aquila, 1711, and d. 1720.
CAVE, THOMAS, Salem vill. now Danvers, 1682, m. Mary, d. of William Nichols, had on rec. of Topsfield, Sarah, b. 2 Mar. 1673; Hannah, 14 Mar. 1676; Abigail, 28 Mar. 1677; Thomas, 6 Mar. 1681; and Ann, 9 July, 1682.
CAWDALL, JOHN, Newport, in Stiles's list of freem. there 1655.
CAWLY, THOMAS, Marblehead 1671, by w. Mary, d. of Benjamin Parmenter, had Benjamin.
CAYME, ARTHUR, York 1680, took o. of alleg. that yr.
CENTER, JOHN, Boston, by w. Mary had John, b. 8 Aug. 1682; and Jonathan, 8 Feb. 1685; and by w. Ruth had Elinor, 6 July 1687; Ruth, bapt. 15 May 1692; Sarah, 20 July 1695; and Jeremiah, 20 June 1697. His wid. m. Josiah Wright, and d. 18 Feb. 1717, aged 60.
CHADBOURNE, HUMPHREY, Kittery, sent over 1631, by Mason, the patentee of Piscataqua, to regul. all the E. side of the riv. liv. at the falls call. Newichwanuck, non S. Berwick, under jurisdict. of Mass. was ensign 1653, town clk. 1634, rep. 1657, 9, and till 1663. HUMPHREY, Kittery, perhaps s. perhaps neph. of the preced. m. Lucy, d. of James Treworgy, but d. bef. mid. age, prob. betw. 1660 and 1669. His wid. m. Thomas Wills. JAMES, Kittery 1677. WILLIAM, Kittery 1631, was, no doubt, br. or other relat. of the first Humphrey, and sent over with him for interest of the patentee, had sev. ch. of wh. the names and deeds of all are unkn. except that one d. m. Thomas Spencer. WILLIAM, Kittery 1631, may have been s. of Humphrey or of the preced. for nothing is kn. but that he was call junr. and rem. to Boston, where by w. Mary he had Mary, b. Dec. 1644. Well has the name been perpet. and some descend. of Humphrey, or William, but wh. I kn. not, have part of the Newichwanuck est. to our day.
CHADDOCK, for this name, Coffin gives an alias Chadwick, that grew perhaps from the sound.
CHADWELL, BENJAMIN, Dover 1659, may have been s. of Thomas, and rem. to Lynn, m. 20 Dec. 1666, Elizabeth Hawes, had Elizabeth b. 26 Nov. 1667; Benjamin, 5 Mar. 1669; Joseph, 14 Apr. 1671; Jeremiah, 9 Sept. 1673; Samuel, 26 Feb. 1676; and Mary, 27 Mar. 1679. His inv. was tak. 17 June 1679; and the wid. Elizabeth m. early in 1681, John Jewett of Ipswich. MOSES, Lynn, br. of the preced. In. Feb. 1661, Sarah Ivory, perhaps d. of Thomas, had Thomas, b. 11 Dec. 1662; Sarah, 12 Mar. 1667; Lois, 3 Oct. 1670; Moses, 11 Sept. 1673, d. at 3 yrs.; [[vol. 1, p. 351]] Margaret, 30 Sept. 1676; and Ann, 17 June 1679. RICHARD, Lynn 1636, rem. next yr. to Sandwich, there m. 22 July 1649, Catharine Presbury, perhaps wid. of John, may have rem next to Dover. THOMAS, Lynn 1630, had w. Margaret, wh. d. 29 Sept. 1658, had Moses, b. 10 Apr. 1637; Benjamin and Thomas. He rem. to Boston, m. Barbara, wid. of John Brimblecom, wh. had been wid. of George Davis, and, after unit. with ch. of Charlestown, was made freem. 1670. The sec. w. d. 1665, and he m. Abigail, wid. of Thomas Jones of C. and d. Feb. 1683. THOMAS, Lynn, s. of the preced. was adm. freem. 1691.
CHADWICK, CHARLES, Watertown, prob. came in Gov. Winthrop's fleet, req. adm. 19 Oct. 1630, and 18 May, foll. was sw. freem. of the Col. was selectm. 1637, and after, rep. 1657 and 9, and d. 10 Apr. 1682, aged 85. In his will of 30 June 1681, the w. Elizabeth is ment. wh. m. Thomas Fox, and d. 22 Feb. 1685. He had John, Thomas, and prob. more ch. some brot. from Eng. They prob. all d. bef. him, and he gave his prop. to kinsm. JAMES, Malden, a soldier of Moseley's comp. wound. in the gr. swamp fight, 19 Dec. 1675 m. Feb. 1677, Hannah Butler, had Jemima, b. 13 Mar. 1687; Benjamin, 9 Apr. 1689; and Abigail, 4 Apr. 1692, perhaps others, and was freem. 1690. JOHN, Watertown, prob. br. of Charles, b. in Eng. call. serg. by w. Joan, wh. d. 11 July 1674, had Elizabeth b. 1 Apr. 1618; Sarah, 1 June 1650; and James, 15 Apr. 1653; beside John, earlier, perhaps, than either, wh. d. 17 Mar. 1651. He was freem. 1656, rem. early to Malden, and d. soon after 1680, when he was a witness, aged 79. JOHN, Watertown, prob. neph. of Charles the first, but wh. was his f. is not seen, yet prob. he was b. in Mass. by w. Sarah had Hannah; Elizabeth b. 8 May 1673; Charles, 19 Nov. 1674; Sarah, 28 Nov. 1676; Mary; John, 9 Apr. 1681; Ebenezer, 3 May 1683; Joseph, 28 Nov. 1685; and Benjamin, 6 Mar. 1689. His will of Jan. 31, pro. 15 Mar. 1711 ment. w. and the nine ch. His d. Elizabeth m. 11 Nov. 1667, Gershom Hills; and Sarah m. 23 May 1668, the sec. Thomas Grover; both of Malden. SAMUEL, Reading, m. 22 Jan. 1685, Mary Stocker, had Mary, b. 2 Nov. foll.; Martha, 1687, d. soon; Martha, again, 5 June 1689; all b. at Woburn, but he was k. at R. by the fall. of a tree, 27 Feb. 1690. THOMAS, Newbury, br. of John, m. 6 Apr. 1674, Sarah Woolcot, had Sarah, b. 3 Oct. 1675; Thomas, 1677; rem. to Watertown, there had John, 20 Nov. 1680; Elizabeth 31 Oct. 1682, d. at 12 yrs.; Lydia, 22 Mar. 1685, d. at 9 yrs.; Richard, 20 Apr. 1687; Daniel, 20 Jan. 1689; Jonathan, 4 Apr. 1691, and Elizabeth again, 14 Oct. 1695.
CHAFFEE, CHAFFY, or CHAFFIN, EBENEZER, Boston, m. bef. 1690, Elizabeth d. of Nathaniel Adams. JOSEPH, Swanzey, s. perhaps, of Thomas, had Mary, wh. d. 7 May 1674; John, b. 16 Sept. 1673; and Dorothy, [[vol. 1, p. 352]] 4 Sept. 1682. MATTHEW, Boston 1636, ship carpenter, freem. 17 May 1637, ar. co. 1642, had w. Sarah, rem. to Newbury, and in Sept. 1649 bot. the large farm of Dr. John Clark. NATHANIEL, Swanzey, s. perhaps of Thomas, by w. Experience had Thomas, b. 19 Oct. 1672; Rachel, 7 Sept. 1673; Nathaniel, 8 Feb. 1676; Jonathan, 7 Apr. 1678; David, 23 Aug. 1680; Experience, 24 Mar. of unkn. yr. THOMAS, Hingham 1637, rem. to Swanzey bef. 1660.
CHALCROFT, RICHARD, Salem 1668.
CHALICE, CHALLIS, or CHELLIS, PHILIP, Salisbury, was at Ipswich 1637, then 20 yrs. old, m. Mary, d. of William Sargent, had John, b. 9 July 1653, d. soon; John, again, 26 June 1655; William, d. soon; Philip, 19 Dec. 1658; William, again, 18 May 1663; and Lydia, 31 May 1665; He was a weaver from London. beside Thomas; Elizabeth; Mary, wh. m. Joseph Dow sec.; Watson; and Hannah; was rep. 1662.
CHALKER, ABRAHAM, Saybrook, s. of Alexander, m. 16 Jan. 1680, Hannah, d. of Zechary Sanford, had Hannah, b. 25 Mar. 1682; and his w. d. 7 Dec. 1683. He m. 23 Sept. 1686, Sarah Ingham, had Abraham, 1 Sept. foll. and mo. and ch. d. in few days. ALEXANDER, Saybrook, m. 29 Sept. 1649, Catharine Post, prob. d. of Stephen, had Stephen, b. 8 Sept. 1650; Samuel; Mary, 27 Apr. 1653; Abraham, 19 Oct. 1655; Catharine, 8 Sept. 1607; Sarah, 19 Oct. 1659; Jane, 25 Mar. 1662; and Alexander, 24 Feb. 1666. His wid. m. 23 Sept. 1673, John Hills; and d. Mary m. 7 Mar. 1678, Richard Cozzens. SAMUEL, Saybrook, s. of the preced. m. 31 Oct. or 7 Nov. (the rec. with suspicious impartial. giv. ea. date) 1676, Phebe, d. of Robert Bull had Stephen, b. 11 Sept. 1677; Samuel, 6 Oct. 1679; Phebe, 29 Mar. 1682, d. young; Phebe, again, 9 May 1685; beside Alexander, Mehitable, and Ruth; and d. 1711, when Alexander was 20 yrs. old.
CHALKLEY, or CHAULKLEY, in Col. Rec. ROBERT, Charlestown 1646, freem. 1647, d. 2 Sept. 1672. His will of 27 Aug. preced. gives all his est. to w. Elizabeth wh. d. at C. 13 Oct. 1678.
CHALKWELL, EDWARD, Windsor, made his will 17 Oct. 1648, and d. in few wks. as in Trumbull, Col. Rec. I. 492, where we infer, that he had no w. nor ch. nor much est.
CHAMBERLAIN, oft. CHAMBERLIN, ABRAHAM, Newton 1691, was, perhaps, s. of William of Woburn. BENJAMIN, prob. of Roxbury, and s. of Richard, was a soldier at Hadley in 1676. EDMUND, or possib. EDWARD, Woburn, m. 4 Jan. 1647, at Roxbury, Mary Turner, perhaps sis. of John, had Mary, bapt. 16 Apr. 1648 at R.; Sarah, b. 18 Dec. 1649; and ano. d. 11 Mar. 1652; both at w. rem. to Chelmsford 1655, there had Edmund, 20 or 30 May 1656, wh. d. young, as he was in Moseley's comp. for the hard campaign of Dec. 1675; Jacob, 15 Oct. 1658; was [[vol. 1, p. 353]] freem. 1665; and his w. d. 7 Dec. 1669 at the ho. of Samuel Ruggles in Roxbury. He m. next, Hannah Burden, 22 June 1670, at Malden, there had Susanna, June 1671, wh. d. next yr.; Ebenezer, 1672, d. the same yr.; Susanna, again; and Edmund, again, 31 Jan. 1676; rem. to planta. call. New Roxbury, now Woodstock, there d. leav. wid. Hannah. Susanna m. 14 Nov. 1693, John Tuckerman of Boston. EDMUND, Woodstock, s. of the preced. m. 21 Nov. 1699, Elizabeth Bartholomew, prob. d. of William, had Edmund, b. 23 Aug. 1700; Elizabeth 6 Mar. 1702; William, 23 Feb. 1704; John; Peter; Mary; and Hannah, 2 Jan. 1721. EDMUND, Billerica, s. of William, m. 26 Aug. 1691, wid. Mercy Abbot. HENRY, Hingham, shoemaker; came in the Diligent 1638, with w. two ch. and his mo. from Hingham in Co. Norfk. was freem. 13 Mar. 1639, and no more with confid. is kn. of him, not even the date of his d. nor names of his ch. tho. strong presumpt. is that they were Henry and William. HENRY, the freem. of 1645, was, I think, of Hingham, and s. of the preced. but no more is heard of him, exc. that he had s. Nathaniel, and possib. Henry. HENRY, Hull, or Hingham, s. perhaps of the preced. was prob. one of Moseley's comp. in Dec. 1675, by w. Jane had Elizabeth b. 20 Dec. 1683; Henry, 11 Mar. 1686; John, 29 Jan. 1689; Ursula, 11 Jan. 1691; and Joseph, 10 Apr. 1694. JACOB, whose place of resid. in Mass. is uncert. but Jackson, in Hist. of Newton, says, his w. Experience had brot. him five s. and next m. Jonathan Dyke, and he d. 1712, aged 83. JACOB, Roxbury, s. perhaps of the preced. more prob. of either the first Edmund, or sec. William, m. 24 Jan. 1685, Mary Child, d. of the first Benjamin, as I conject. had Jacob, b. 7 Mar. 1686; John, and ano. s. tw. whose name is not seen, 1 Aug. 1687, was adm. freem. 1630, and next yr. liv. at Newton; but d. 7 Nov. 1721, at Brookline. His will, made four days bef. calls him of Boston, yeoman, names s. Jacob, and John, d. Mary, w. of Samuel Davis, and Elizabeth w. of Joseph Weld. JOB, Boston, by w. Joanna had Job, b. 19 May 1685, William, 16 Jan. 1687; Elizabeth 11 Jan. 1689; all bapt. 23 Feb. 1630; Susanna, bapt. 26 Nov. 1693; Mary, 8 Dec. 1695; and prob. Jane, 31 Mar. 1706, at Mather's ch. as I think. JOHN, Charlestown, d. at Woburn, 3 Mar. 1652. JOHN, Boston 1651, a currier; m. 19 May 1653, Ann, d. of William Brown, had Ann, b. 6 Feb. 1634; Elizabeth 25 Oct. 1656; and Henry, 3 Feb. 1659; was imprison. as Quaker 1659; may have rem. to Newport, where was a John, wh. by w. Catharine had Susanna, b. Aug. 1664; Peleg, Aug. 1666; and Jane, Dec. 1667; and d. of smallpox, 26 Apr. 1668. JOHN, Charlestown, a soldier at Hadley 1676, by w. Deborah Templar had John, bapt. 14 May 1682 wh. d. 24 July 1684, aged 5; ano. ch. whose name is not found, bapt. at the same time; Mary, 14 Oct. 1683; Deborah, 3 July 1687; and Sarah, 19 Jan. 1690; and he d. 22 Dec. foll. aged 36. Mr. Wyman ascert. him to be s. of William of Hull, and that his wid. m. a Miller. JOHN, Malden, freem. 1690, by w. Hannah had [[vol. 1, p. 354]] perhaps Hannah, b. at Charlestown, 15 Aug. 1681; Mary, b. 5 Dec. 1685; Sarah, 25 Nov. 1688, and Sarah, again, 14 Mar. 1706. JOSEPH, Hadley, soldier there on serv. 1676, perhaps from the E. m. 8 June 1688, Mercy, d. of John Dickinson, first of the same, had Sarah, b. 2 or 9 Nov. 1690, d. soon; Sarah, again, 10 Mar. 1693; and John, 4 Mar. 1700; rem. to Colchester; where his w. d. 30 June 1735, and he d. 7 Aug. 1752, aged 87. NATHANIEL, Hull. s. perhaps of Henry the sec. by w. Abigail had Elizabeth b. 8 June 1682; Nathaniel, 23 Aug. 1683; John, 26 Dec. 1684; Mary, 5 Feb. 1686; Joanna, 8 Jan. 1688, and five or six more ds. and last, Thomas, 21 May 1695. But perhaps he rem. to Scituate, and there, Deane thinks, he had more. RICHARD, Braintree, had Richard, b. 19 Dec. 1642, d. in six days; rem. to Roxbury, there had Benjamin, Joseph, Mary, Rebecca, and Ann, all bapt. 4 June 1665; and Mehitable, 28 Jan. 1666. His w. was Sarah, d. of the first Edward Bugbee, but she could only be sec. w. He rem. to Sudbury, and d. bef. 15 Apr. 1673, when his will of 12 Feb. I reced. was pro. It names those six ch. as then liv. calls one Mary Smith, and adds to the number Elizabeth Daniel, beside gr.ch. John Graves, and perhaps his sis. Mary G. but of such Graves I kn. nothing. RICHARD, Portsmouth, was the Secr. and a Couns. under the Provinc. gov. 1682. SAMUEL, Chelmsford, br. of Thomas of the same, had Samuel, b. 28 Oct. 1685; and Elizabeth and Mary, tw. 29 May 1699. THOMAS, Woburn, freem. 1644, by w. Mary had Thomas, b. elsewhere, possib. in Eng.; Samuel, 7 Oct. 1645; Mary, 30 Jan. or, Shattuck says, 11 June 1649, rem. to Chelmsford; and in old age, m. 19 Apr. 1674, Mary Parker, wh. d. 7 Feb. 1693. Mary m. 1 Dec. 1671, John Graves. THOMAS, Chelmsford, s. of the preced. m. 10 Aug. 1666, Sarah, d. of Robert Proctor, had Thomas, b. 30 May 1667; Sarah, 11 Jan. 1679; Jane, 19 Jan. 1682; Elizabeth and perhaps more, and d. 28 May 1727. THOMAS, Newton, m. 18 Apr. 1682, Elizabeth d. of the sec. Thomas Hammond of the same, had Thomas, b. 10 Sept. 1683; Elizabeth 1 Aug. 1686; Rebecca, 11 Mar. 1689; Mary, 11 Feb. 1693; Sarah, 18 Oct. 1695; and John, 26 Sept. 1698. WILLIAM, Boston 1647, rem. 1649, perhaps to Hingham or Hull, was prob. s. of Henry the first, was liv. there 1657; and in Dec. 1675 one William, his s. or perhaps neph. was one of the Hull soldiers in the Narranganset campaign under Moseley.
WILLIAM, Woburn, perhaps br. of Edmund the first, had, at Concord, Timothy, b. 13 Aug. 1649; Isaac, 1 Oct. 1650, d. young; rem. prob. 1654, to Billerica, had Sarah, 18 Jan. 1656; Jacob, 18 Jan. 1658; Thomas, 20 Feb. 1659, Edmund, 15 July 1660; Rebecca, 25 Feb. 1662; Abraham, 6 Jan. 1664; Ann, 3 Mar. 1666; Clement, 30 May 1662; Daniel, 27 Sept. 1671; and Isaac, 20 Jan. 1681. His w. Rebecca, mo. of the four last ch. perhaps of more, d. 26 Sept. 1692, in pris. on the preposter. charge of witchcrf. and he d. 31 May 1706, aged 85. This name, like [[vol. 1, p. 355]] Parker, Wheeler, or other designat. of office or employm. was so wide. diffus. in our mo. country, that it must be vain to attempt trac. of relationsh. in various pts. of this contin. In 1834, Farmer found the gr. of this name were three at Dart. one at Harv. one at Yale, and five at other N. E. coll.
CHABERS, ROBERT, Marshfield 1643, came in the Hopewell, capt. Babb, late in 1635, from London, aged 13; but where he had liv. after coming, or later than 1643, is unkn. THOMAS, Scituate 1640, may have come that yr. from New Haven, and rem. as Deane says, 1658, to Charlestown. If so, he was, perhaps, f. of the Hon. Charles, wh. d. at C. 27 Apr. 1743, in his 83d yr. says the gr.stone. WILLIAM, Ipswich 1649.
CHAMPERNOON, FRANCIS, Kittery 1639, Portsmouth 1646, York 1665, a neph. of Sir Ferdinando Gorges, was a capt. 1640, maj. and after July 1674 m. Mary, wid. of Robert Cutts, bec. one of the couns. of the Prov. for New Hampsh. 1684, d. at K. early in 1687. His will, of 16 Nov. 1686, pro. 28 Dec. of next yr. shows that he left no ch. In Co. Devon this is an ancient name, and the gent. of the present generat. has fine est. at Dartington. See Hubbard, 584; Belkn. 83, 102; Hutch. Coll. 500, 556; Folsom, 66.
CHAMPION, HENRY, Saybrook, m. Aug. 1647, had Sarah, b. 1649; Mary, 1651; Henry, 1654; Thomas, Apr. 1656; Stephen, 1658, d. 1660; and he m. 21 Mar. 1698, sec. w. Deborah, and d. at gr. age, 17 Feb. 1709. Sarah m. 27 Jan. 1673, Henry Bennett. HENRY, Saybrooks, s. of the preced. m. 1 Apr. 1684, Susanna De Wolf, perhaps d. of Balthazar; had Henry, Joshua, Samuel, Stephen, and five ds. and d. July 1704. ROBERT, New Haven 1639. THOMAS, Lyme, s. of Henry the first, m. 23 Aug. 1682, Hannah, d. of Woolstone Brockway, had Thomas, b. 21 Jan. 1691; Henry, 2 May 1695; and five ds. (of wh. one was Mary, wh. bec. sec. w. of Timothy Fuller of East Haddam) and he d. 1705.
CHAMPLIN, CHRISTOPHER, Westerly 1669, was s. prob. youngest, of Jeffery, had Christopher; b. 26 Sept. 1684, beside Jeffery, William, Joseph, and John. His sec. w. was Elizabeth wid. of capt. Joseph Davon. JEFFERY, Portsmouth, and Newport 1639, was adm. freem. 14 Sept. 1640, prob. was of Westerly in 1661, with s. Jeffery, William, and Christopher, d. bef. 1695. JEFFERY, Westerly, s. prob. eldest of the preced. rem. early to Kingstown, had s. Jeffery, perhaps William, and rep. 1681, 2, 4, 5, an Assist. from 1696 to 1715. WILLIAM, Westerly 1669, s. of Jeffery the first, m. Mary, d. of the first James Babcock, wh. in his will, 12 June 1679, names d. Mary C. He had ch. Mary, Ann, and William, was often rep. betw. 1691 and 1713, and d. 1 Dec. 1713, aged 61. This has been a name of celebr. in R. I.
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