A Genealogical Dictionary of  The First Settlers of New England,
Before 1692

Volume #1, Pgs 416 - 429
Codman - Coldam

By James Savage

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CODMAN, RICHARD, York 1653, s.-in-law of Richard Bonython. ROBERT, Salem 1637, had gr. of Id. (and his fam. then count. four) and s. Benjamin, bapt. 14 Nov. 1641, and in this yr. had gr. of ld. at Salisbury whither he rem. and there had James, b. 15 Apr. 1644; and in 1650 rem. to Hartford, leav. Samuel Hall of S. his agent, and came not back to Mass. but rem. to Saybrook 1654, and after to Edgartown, where [[vol. 1, p. 417]] he d. 1678. He left two s. Joseph, a mariner, wh. d. the same yr. with his f. and Stephen. STEPHEN, Charlestown, a. 1680, possib. s. of the preced. m. 19 Nov. 1674, Elizabeth Randall had Stephen b. 16 Aug. foll. wh. d. at the age of 30 yrs. and 8 mos. soon after his f.; Elizabeth 24 Dec. 1677; Robert, 19 May 1680, d. at 17 yrs.; Joseph, 22 Sept. 1682; Benjamin, 12 Oct. 1684, wh. d. at 4 yrs.; Hepzibah, 5 Dec. 1686; Susanna, 2 Mar. 1690; both d. young; Benjamin, again, 28 Jan. 1694; and John, 4 Oct. 1696; and d. 5 Apr. 1706, aged 56. His wid. d. 1 Apr. 1708, aged 54. Their s. John m. Parnell, d. of Richard Foster, but I kn. no more, exc. that he was a capt. and d. 1755, his w. hav. d. 15 Sept. 1752, aged 56. WILLIAM, Portsmouth, R. I. sev. yrs. bef. 1661, rep. 1672, and Assist. 1676. Of this name, the gr. in 1834 at Harv. had been four, and as many at the other N. E. coll.

CODMORE. See Codner.

CODNER, CHRISTOPHER, perhaps of Marblehead, d. 1660, or, at least, Coffin found his inv. of that yr. See Geneal. Reg. VI. 248. The Hist. Coll. of Essex I. 94, names his ch. Mary, 5 yrs. old, and Christopher, 3. EDWARD, New London 1651, had w. Priscilla, rem. 1669 to Saybrook, there d. 1670; but his s. Lawrence cont. at N. L. 1666. GEORGE, New London 1664, may have been s. of the preced. GREGORY, HENRY, JOHN, and JOSIAH, with JOSIAH, jr. unit. in petitn. to our Gen. Ct. from Marblehead, 1668; and perhaps the elder Josiah was f. of the other four; but of neither of them is any thing further kn. exc. that John was of Manchester in 1686. LAWRENCE, New London, s. of Edward, was enga. in lawsuit 1682. PETER, Boston, a mariner, had, in 1674, w. Rachel, d. of James Neighbors, d. Mary, b. 3 Sept. bapt. with Rachel, 29 July 1677; Martha, 7, bapt. 11 Sept. 1681. RICHARD, Swanzey, m. 23 May 1671, Phebe, d. of Rufus Barton of Warwick, had Richard, b. 11 Aug. 1676; Elizabeth bapt. at Boston 3 Feb. 1678; and Savory, 2 Mar. 1679.

COE, BENJAMIN, s. of Robert, b. in Eng. came with his f. to Watertown, thence to Stamford, and after with him to Hempstead, L. I. where he was among the earliest sett. m. Abigail Carman, and was at Jamaica 1660, where are still descend. ISAAC, s. of Matthew, may have liv. at Falmouth, but of him I kn. only that he m. at Roxbury, 11 Sept. 1706, Martha Ramsey. JOHN, eldest br. of Benjamin, b. in Eng. went with his f. to L. I. and was of Newtown 1655, of Greenwich 1660, and that yr. was one of the purch. of Rye, but soon went back to the isl. was a capt. and appoint. a magistr. by Conn. in 1664, chos. rep. perhaps soon after. His ch. were Robert, Jonathan, Samuel, and David. JOHN, Duxbury, eldest s. of Matthew, m. 10 Nov. 1681, Sarah, d. of William Peabody, had Lydia, b. 26 Feb. 1683; Sarah, 25 Feb. 1686; rem. to Little Compton, and had Samuel, 12 Dec. 1692; Elizabeth 28 Mar. 1694; Hannah, 29 Dec. 1696; John, 1 Feb. 1699; and Joseph, 24 Mar. 1700; perhaps some [[vol. 1, p. 418]] earlier. JOHN, Stratford, only s. perhaps of the sec. Robert, m. 20 Dec. 1682, Mary, d. of Joseph Hawley of the same, had Robert, b. 21 Sept. 1684; Joseph, 2 Feb. 1688; Hannah, 14 Apr. 1689; Mary, 11 Aug. 1691; John, 5 Dec. 1693; Sarah, 26 Mar. 1696; Ephraim, 18 Dec. 1698; Catharine, 23 Sept. 1700; Abigail, 11 Nov. 1702; and Ebenezer, 18 Aug. 1704; and d. 19 Apr. 1741. MATTHEW, Portsmouth 1645, a fisherman, rem. to Gloucester, m. 15 June 1647, Elizabeth d. of Thomas Wakley, had John, b. 30 June 1649; Sarah, 14 Mar. 1651; Abigail, 5 June 1658; Matthew, 3 June 1661, wh. d. at 8 mos. and others, among wh. some were b. at Casco, as Isaac, bef. ment.; Martha, wh. m. Farnum of Boston, and Elizabeth wh. m. Benjamin Tucker of Roxbury; beside ano. d. wh. m. Joseph Ingersoll of Falmouth, whither he rem. 1661, with his f.-in-law and two other Wakleys, and d. bef. Philip's war. ROBERT, Watertown 1631, came that yr. in the Francis from Ipswich, aged 38, with w. Ann, 43, by the rec. at custom ho. and c. John, 8; Robert, 7; and Benjamin, 5; freem. 3 Sept. 1634, rem. to Wethersfield, 1635 or 6, after some yrs. to Stamford, Denton, and last to Hempstead, or Jamaica, on L. I. perhaps both, 1662; in 1664 he was betrust. with some power by Coun. and in N. Y. jurisdict. made Sheriff 1669-72. ROBERT, Stratford 1651, s. of the preced. by w. Hannah had Hannah, b. Sept. 1651, wh. prob. d. young; Susanna, Apr. 1653, wh. m. a. 1672, John Alling, jr. of New Haven; Sarah, Apr. 1656; and John, 10 May 1658; and d. Oct. 1659. This early d. was lament. by Rev. Abraham Pierson in verses less disting. for elegance than simplicity. His wid. m. Nicholas Elsey, and d. 1702. SAMUEL, Newtown, L. I. s. of the first John, m. Margaret Van Zandt, had Samuel; John, b. 7 Dec. 1719; Benjamin; William; Isaac; Matthew; Daniel; Margaret; Sarah; and Abigail; and d. 1742. Jane C. was a passeng. in the Susan and Ellen from London 1635, aged 30; but whether maid, w. or wid. is unkn.

COFFIN, JAMES, Newbury, s. of the first Tristram b. in Eng. 1 or 12 Aug. 1640, liv. some yrs. at Dover, perhaps bef. m. 3 Dec. 1663, Mary, d. of John Severance of Salisbury, had Mary, bapt. 18 Apr. 1665, rem. to Nantucket, there had Ebenezer, b. 30 Mar. 1678; Joseph, 4 Feb. 1680; Benjamin, 28 Aug. 1683; and Jonathan, 28 Aug. 1692; beside sev. others, prob. earlier, by fam. tradit. in all fourteen ch. and d. 28 July 1720. He was twelve yrs. judge of Pro. progenit. of the late admiral, Sir Isaac, and d. 28 July 1720. JAMES, Newbury, s. of the sec. Tristram, m. 16 Nov. 1685, Florence Hooke, had Judith, b. 7 Oct. 1686; Elizabeth; Sarah, 20 Aug. 1689; Mary, 18 Jan. 1691; Lydia, 1692; Tristram, 19 Oct. 1694; Daniel, 10 May 1696; Elinor, 16 May 1698; Joanna, 2 May 1701; and James, and Florence, tw. 1 Jan. 1705. JAMES, Nantucket, s. of the first James, m. 19 May 1692, Ruth Gardner, d. of John of the same, had George, b. 22 Apr. 1693; Sarah, [[vol. 1, p. 419]] 9 Mar. 1695; Nathan, 13 Nov. 1696; Elisha, 10 Aug. 1699; Joshua, 16 Sept. 1701; Elizabeth 27 Oct. 1703; Priscilla, 3 June 1708; Mary, 29 July 1710; and James, 10 June 1713. But he had a former w. Love, d. of Richard Gardner, d. soon. JOHN, Nantucket, s. of the first Tristram, m. Deborah Austin, had Lydia, b. 1 June 1669; Peter, 5 Aug. 1671; John, 10 Feb. 1674; Love, 23 Apr. 1676; and three other ch. and d. 1711. NATHANIEL, Newbury, s. of the sec. Tristram, m. 29 Mar. 1693, Sarah Dole, had John, b. 29 Jan. 1694; Enoch, 7 Feb. 1696, H. C. 1714; Apphia, 9 June 1698; Samuel, 24 Aug. 1700, H. C. 1718; Joseph, 30 Dec. 1702; Jane, 6 Aug. 1705; Edmond, 19 Mar. 1708; and Moses, 11 June 1711; and d. 20 Feb. 1748. PETER, Dover, merch. eldest s. of the first Tristram, b. in Eng. 1631, m. Abigail, d. of Edward Starbuck, had Abigail, b. 20 Oct. 1637; Peter, 20 Aug. 1660; Jethro, 16 Sept. 1663; Tristram, 18 Jan. 1665; Edward, 20 Feb. 1669; Judith, 4 Feb. 1672; Elizabeth 27 Jan. 1680; and Robert; was freem. 1666, a lieut. 1675 on serv. in Philip's war, rep. 1672, 3, and 9, couns. 1692-1714, judge of the Sup. Ct. of N. H. d. at Exeter, 21 Mar. 1715. Abigail m. 16 Dec. 1673, Daniel Davison. PETER, Nantucket, prob. s. of the preced. m. 15 Aug. 1682, Elizabeth d. of Nathaniel Starbuck, had Abigail, b. 9 July 1683; Nathaniel, 26 Mar. 1687; Lemuel, 26 Feb. 1689; Barnabas, 12 Feb. 1690; and prob. Eunice, 23 Sept. 1693. PETER, Newbury, s. of the sec. Tristram, m. Apphia, d. of Richard Dole, had Hannah, b. 3 Mar. 1688; Judith, 9 Oct. 1693; Tristram, 10 Aug. 1696; Richard; Sarah, 24 Aug. 1701; Apphia, d. young; and Apphia, again; rem. to Gloucester; but how long he resid. Mr. Bobson is ign. ROBERT, Dover, s. of the first Peter, was a capt. in the E. Ind. war of 1708, and d. without ch. STEPHEN, Newbury, s. of the first Tristram, m. Mary Bunker, had at Nantucket, Dinah, b. 21 Sept. 1671; Peter, 14 Nov. 1673; Stephen, 20 Feb. 1676; and sev. more, perhaps, among them Paul, 15 Apr. 1695. STEPHEN, Newbury, s. of the sec. Tristram, m. 1685, Sarah, d. of John Atkinson, had Sarah, b. 16 May 1686; Tristram, 14 Jan. 1688, d. soon; Tristram, again, 6 Mar. 1689; Lydia, 21 July 1691; Judith, 23 Feb. 1693; and John, 20 Jan. 1695. 

TRISTRAM, Nantucket, b. it is said, at Brixton, near Plymouth, Co. Deron, a. 1605, or by ano. rept. 1609, s. of Peter and Joanna, m. Dionis Stevens, had Peter, b. 1631; Tristram, 1632; Elizabeth; James, 12 Aug. 1640; and John; after d. of his f. came, 1612, to N. E. bring. beside the bef. ment. childr. his mo. (wh. d. May 1661, aged 77), two sis. Eunice, wh. m. William Butler, and Mary, wh. m. Alexander Adams of Boston; sat down, first, at Salisbury, soon rem. to Haverhill, where his youngest ch. d. had Mary, b. 20 Feb. 1645; and John, again, 13 Dec. 1647; rem. a. 1618, to Newbury, where Stephen was b. 10 May 1652; again rem. to Salisbury, there was a county magistr. and finally rem. 1660, to Nantucket with his aged mo. w. and four ch. and d. [[vol. 1, p. 420]] 2 or 3 Oct. 1681. His d. Elizabeth m. 13 Nov. 1651, and d. 19 Nov. 1678; and Mary m. at Nantucket Nathaniel Starbuck, had six ch. and d. 1717. TRISTRAM, Newbury, sec. s. of the preced. b. in Eng. m. 2 Mar. 1653, Judith, d. of capt. Edmund Greenleaf, wid. of Henry Somerby, had Judith, b. 4 Dec. 1653; Deborah, 10 Nov. 1655; Mary, 12 Nov. 1657; James, 22 Apr. 1659; John, 8 Sept. 1660; Lydia, 22 Apr. 1662; Enoch, 21 Jan. 1663, d. at 12 yrs.; Stephen, 18 Aug. 1664; Peter, 27 July 1667; and Nathaniel, 22 Mar. 1669. He was freem. 1668, deac. for 20 yrs. and a magistr. for the Co. d. 4 Feb. 1704, aged 77; and his wid. d. 15 Dec. 1705, aged 80 by one story or 77 by more prob. acco. leav. 177 descend. WILLIAM, Salem, perhaps was a soldier, when k. 29 Aug. 1708, in the assault by the Fr. and Ind. on Haverhill. Of this name, twenty-six descend. of the first Tristram, gr. in 1828 of the sev. N. E. coll. fifteen were at Harv. alone, seven of wh. as Farmer learn. from Joshua C. were b. in one ho. three at Dart. and none at Yale.

COGGAN, COGAN, or COGGIN, spell. with var. other shapes in dif. rec. HENRY, Barnstable 1639, by w. Abigail had Abigail. prob. bef. sett. at B.; Thomas, bapt. 1 Mar. 1640, wh. d. 26 Jan. 1659; John, 12 Feb. 1643; Mary, 20 Apr. 1645, d. in few days; and Henry, 11 Oct. 1646; went home for a vis. and d. there June 1649. His wid. m. 10 June 1650, John Phinney, and d. 6 May 1653; d. Abigail m. 21 June 1659, John French of Billerica, and d. early. JOHN, Boston, had first been of Dorchester 1632, was freem. 5 Nov. 1633, in July foll. his w. Ann join. the ch. at B. had Ann, bapt. 6 Nov. 1636; and Lydia. 14 July 1639, as from ch. rec. is kn. We may see here how heedless. the town rec. was kept, as our municip. assurance for the former is--b. 7 (9) 1636, i. e. the day after she was bapt. and may doubt, whether that for the latter--14 (5) 1639, i. e. the same day as the bapt. be wholly trustworthy. Possib. this may be true, as we kn. that in the case of Dr. Franklin he had the benefit of so early sprinkl. yet prob. the distance from C.'s house to the ch. was much longer than that of the f. of F. but in the earlier case, we see its blunder, and can readily account for it. Ano. w. Mary, d. 14 Jan. 1652, but he soon found consol. in m. 10 Mar. foll. with Martha, wid. of Gov. Winthrop wh. bef. had been wid. of Thomas Coytemore, and by her had Caleb, b. 15, bapt. 26 Dec. 1652. But he had brot. from Eng. d. Mary, and perhaps Elizabeth unless this last were b. at Dorchester. He d. 1658, hav. made his will 16 Dec. 1657 preced. in wh. w. Martha is provid. for; also s. Caleb, wh. d. young; d. Mary, that had been w. of John Woody of Roxbury, and was now w. of Thomas Robinson of Scituate, and had three ch. and for d. Elizabeth w. of Joseph Rock; beside a gold ring for John, s. of his br. Humphrey; and £20. to the ch. of Windsor. Of his will. a letter of Rev. John Davenport, pr. [[vol. 1, p. 421]] in 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. X. 45, contains story of unusual interest. JOHN, Boston, call. jr. s. of Humphrey (wh. never came to our shore, I think), was adm. freem. 18 May 1642, had Sarah, b. 25 Dec. 1657; and d. 1674. JOHN, Charlestown, m. 22 Dec. 1664, Mary, d. of Michael Long, wh. d. at C. 7 May 1681, and ch. John, b. 27 Aug. 1666; Henry, 13 Apr. 1669; also, Abigail, 1671, wh. m. 1702, John Teal, sch.master, all to live at Woburn. THOMAS, Taunton 1643, d. 4 Mar. 1653.

COGGESHALL, or COXSALL, BENJAMIN, Newport, s. of the sec. John, had w. Sarah, wh. d. May 1726, and he d. 16 Apr. 1739. FREEGIFT, Newport, br. of the preced. d. 27 Feb. 1728, and his w. d. 6 June 1748, aged 85. JAMES, Newport, s. of John the first, m. Mary, d. of the sec. Henry Bull; and he d. 2 Apr. 1712. JOHN, Roxbury, a mercer from Co. Essex, came in the Lion 16 Sept. 1632, and was adm. freem. 6 Nov. foll. rem. with w. Mary to Boston, had Hannah, bapt. there 3 May 1635; d. Wait, 11 Sept. 1636; and Bedaiah, 30 July 1637, whether s. or d. is not kn. He was rep. in the first Gen. Ct. of 1634, and sev. sess. in after yrs. but in 1637 sympathiz. with Wheelwright, he was expel. from his seat, disarm. and next yr. banish. then went to R. I. was chos. Assist. 1641, and in 1617 Presid. of the Col. He d. 27 Nov. of that yr. aged a. 56 yrs. His d. Ann, b. in Eng. m. 15 Nov. 1643, Peter Easton; Wait m. 18 Dec. 1651, Daniel Gould; and Winthrop Hist. I. 130. αJOHN, Newport, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. m. a. 1647, Elizabeth youngest d. of William Balstone, had William; and John, b. 12 Feb. 1650; beside one or more ds. of wh. Elizabeth m. John Warner. He and w. by mut. cons. separat. in 1654, and he gain. leave of Ct. to m. again, she obtain. the same license next mo. and m. Thomas Gould of Narraganset next yr.; and he m. Dec. 1655, Patience Throgmorton, prob. a. of John, had Freegift, 1 Mar. 1658; James, 17 Feb. 1660; Mary, 10 Mar. 1662; Joseph, 30 May 1664 or 5, but which, is uncert.; Rebecca, 20 June 1667; Patience, 13 Aug. 1669; Benjamin, 27 July 1672; Content, 28 Mar. 1674; and Content, again, 10 May 1676; and his w. d. 7 Sept. foll. aged 36 yrs. says gr. stone. He was oft. assist. and dept. gov. bef. and aft. Andros, and d. 1 Oct. 1708, in his 90th yr. Descend. are still in repute. JOHN, Newport, s. of the preced. m. 24 Dec. 1670, Elizabeth d. of Henry Timberlake of the same, had Elizabeth b. 27 Nov. 1670, unless we may presume the rec. of parent's m. or ch.'s b. is wrong, and that this should be 1671, or that 1669; Balstone, 29 Sept. 1672, wh. d. soon, as did the former; John, 23 Sept. 1673, perhaps d. young; Mary, 18 Sept. 1675; William, 7 Sept. 1677; Patience, 1 Jan. 1680; Constant, 14 Mar. 1682; Peter, 18 June 1684; James, 29 May 1686; Rebecca, 9 Oct. 1688; Balstone, again, 8 Oct. 1690, Daniel, 25 Oct. 1693; and John,. again, 10 Nov. 1694. JOSHUA, Newport, s. I suppose, of the [[vol. 1, p. 422]] first John, perhaps b. in Eng. m. 22 Dec. 1652, Joan West, had Mary, b. Feb. 1655; Joshua, May 1656; John, Dec. 1659; Josiah, Nov. 1662; Daniel, Apr. 1665; Humilis, Jan. 1670; and Caleb, 17 Dec. 1672. His w. d. 24 Apr. 1676, aged 41, and he m. 21 June 1677, Rebecca Russell, and d. 1 Mar. 1689. WILLIAM, Boston 1686. He was surety in a bond with Nathaniel Peck, for sav. harmless, E. Randolph, the Secr. of the royal governm. in giv. a license for P. to be m. a very curious docum. to be read in 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. VII. 170.

COGSWELL, EDWARD, perhaps of Ipswich, s. of John, b. in Eng. d. a. 1700, leav. William, Jonathan, John, Adam, and four ds. JOHN, Ipswich, came from Bristol, 1630, in the Angel Gabriel, wreck. 15 Aug. at Pemaquid, freem. 3 Mar. 1636, and d. 29 Nov. 1669. His wid. d. 2 June 1676. He brot. William, b. a. 1619; John, 1623; and Edward, 1629; had also ds. Mary, perhaps that maid serv. of Gov. Bellingham, that join. the Boston ch. 29 Aug. 1647; Hannah; Abigail; and Sarah, b. a. 1647, wh. m. Simon Tuttle. The other ds. m. but of details I am ign. and prob. sev. of these ch. were not by w. Elizabeth JOHN, perhaps of Ipswich, s. of the preced. d. 1653, leav. three ch. JOHN, Ipswich, s. of William, by w. Elizabeth had John, and William, perhaps, also, a d. that m. Cornelius Waldo, unless this w. of W. were d. of the first John, as seems more likely. JONATHAN, Ipswich, s. of Edward or of William, m. 14 May 1686, Elizabeth d. of Francis Wainwright. ROBERT, New Haven 1643, rem. soon. SAMUEL, Saybrook, m. 2? Oct. 1668, Susanna Hearn, had Hannah, b. 4 June 1670; Susanna, 23 Nov. 1672; Wastall (or some happier name), 17 Feb. 1674; Samuel, 3 Aug. 1677; Robert, 7 July 1679; Joseph, 10 Apr. 1682; Nathaniel, 16 Dec. 1684; and John, 7 Aug. 1688. WILLIAM, Ipswich 1646, s. of the first John, b. in Eng. had, beside others, Jonathan; and John, a 1650, gr.-gr.f. of the late Rev. Dr. William C. (wh. began the publicat. of the Geneal. Reg.) and d. a. 1701. Ano. William, perhaps his gr.s. m. Martha, d. of Rev. John Emerson of Gloucester.

COIT, or COYTE, JOHN, Salem 1638, was a shipwright, had w. Mary, rem. 1644, to Gloucester, there was selectman 1618, and to New London 1651, there d. 25 Aug. 1659, leav. John, Joseph, Mary, wh. m. John Stevens, and Martha, wh. m. first, Hugh Mould, and next, Nathaniel White of Middletown, beside ano. s. and two ds. refer. to in his will. His wid. d. 2 Jan. 1676, aged 80. JOHN, Gloucester, s. of the preced. perhaps b. in Eng. m. 21 May 1652, Mary, d. of William Stevens, had John, b. 1653; Mary, 1655; Abigail, b. 3 Apr. 1657; and Nathaniel, 13 Apr. 1659; beside Job, 1661; and d. 15 Apr. 1675, Babson thinks, it was sev. yrs earlier, and that his wid. m. 3 Oct.1667, John Fitch. Abigail m. 13 Nov. 1677, Isaac Eveleth. JOHN, New London, prob. eldest s. of Joseph of the same, m. 5 or 25 June 1696, Mehitable, d. of John Chandler, had John, b. 25 May 1696; Joseph, 15 Nov. 1698; [[vol. 1, p. 423]] Samuel, 18 Feb. 1700; Thomas, 1 June 1702; and Elizabeth 1 Apr. 1706. JOSEPH, New London, s. of the first John, b. prob. in Eng. m. 13 July 1667, Martha, d. of William Harris of Middletown, had John, b. 1 Dec. 1670; Joseph, 14 Apr. 1673, H. C. 1697, first min. of Plainfield; William, 5 Jan. 1676; Daniel, Dec. 1677; Solomon, 29 Nov. 1679; and Samuel; was deac. and is anc. of most of the name in this country, as is said, and d. 27 Mar. 1704. SOLOMON, Gloucester, perhaps br. of the preced. by Mr. Felt was seen there 1651. WILLIAM, New London, prob. s. of Joseph, m. 9 June 1697, Sarah, youngest d. of John Chandler of the same, had only Daniel, b. 25 Oct. 1698; and his wid. m. John Gardiner of Gardiner's isl.

COKER, BENJAMIN, Newbury, s. of Robert, m. 31 May 1678, Martha Perley, had Benjamin, b. 13 Sept. 1680; Hannah, 10 Mar. 1683; Moses, 4 Aug. 1686; Sarah, 13 Apr. 1688; Mary, 18 Sept. 1691; Mercy, 22 Oct. 1693; John, 9 June 1698; and Judith, 9 June 1701. JOSEPH, Newbury, br. of the preced. m. 13 Apr. 1665, Sarah, d. of John Hathorne of Salem, had Sarah, wh. d. young; Benjamin, 11 Mar. 1671; Sarah, again, 11 Nov. 1676; and Hathorne, 25 Apr. 1679; was freem. 1690. His w. d. 8 Feb. 1688, and he m. Mary, wid. of Thomas Woodbridge of N. RICHARD, perhaps of Hartford, had a lawsuit, 1640. ROBERT, Newbury, came in the Mary and John 1634, d. 19 May 1680, aged 74. By w. Catharine, wh. d. 2 May 1678, had Joseph, b. 6 Oct. 1640; Sarah, 24 Nov. 1643; Hannah, 15 Jan. 1645; and Benjamin, 30 June 1650; and he d. 19 Nov. 1680, hav. made his will 28 Sept. 1678. Sarah m. 26 July 1667, James Smith.

COLBRON, COLBORNE, or COLBURN, EDWARD, Chelmsford, came, perhaps, in the Defence, 1635, aged 17, was liv. 1692. EDWARD, a soldier, that may have been s. of the preced. was k. by the Ind. at Brookfield, 2 Aug. 1675. HENRY, Salem, had w. Sarah, small prop. by his inv. June 1676, bec. ╥he carr. most of his est. with him to Virg.╙ JOHN, Dedham, m. 1672, Experience, only d. of Henry Leland of Sherborn, had John, b. 1675; Ebenezer, 1677; Deborah, 1680; Hannah, 1683; Bethia, 1686; Daniel, 1689; and Experience, 1692. NATHANIEL. See Coalborne. RICHARD, Dorchester 1641. ROBERT, Ipswich, came in the Defence, 1635, aged 28, perhaps br. of Edward, had Robert. SAMUEL, Salem, kn. only as hav. gr. of ld. 1637. SAMUEL, Dedham, perhaps s. of Nathaniel, was a soldier in Moseley's comp. Dec. 1675. WILLIAM, Boston, came in the fleet, 1630, with Winthrop hav. been active in the engagem. to emb. 1629, in the list of ch. mem. stands No. 9, was chos. the first yr. a deac. on the d. of Gager, and after rul. Elder, ask. adm. as freem. 19 Oct. 1630, and 18 May foll. was sw. his identi. being pro. by prefix of respect, tho. Mr. Secr. chang. his spell. rep. 1635, but in 1637, tho. he was guilty of support. opinions of Wheelwright, was neither disarm. nor disfranchis. [[vol. 1, p. 424]] and even permit. to cont. selectman very oft. He d. 1 Aug. 1662, the date of his will, that is cop. into Geneal. Reg. XI. 174. His ch. surv. were Sarah Pierce, w. of William; Mary Turin, Turand, or Turell, wh. had been w. of John Barrell; and Elizabeth Paine. WILLIAM, Boston, perhaps s. of the preced. left at home at sch. came in the James, 1635, aged 16, from London, and if so, prob. d. bef. his f.

COLBY, ANTHONY, Boston 1630, prob. came with Winthrop No. 93 on list of ch. mem. may have been, 1632, at Cambridge, freem. 14 May 1634, rem. to Salisbury, there, by w. Susanna, had Isaac, b. 6 July 1640; Rebecca, 11 Mar. 1643; Mary, 19 Sept. 1647; and Thomas, 8 Mar. 1651; but he had four other ch. earlier, of wh. two only are kn. by name, John, bapt. 8 Sept. 1633, the same day with Seaborn Cotton, and Sarah, wh. m. 6 Mar. 1654, Orlando Bagley. He d. 1 Feb. 1661; and his wid. m. 1664, William Whitteridge of Amesbury, was again wid. liv. in Sept. 1682, infirm with age. Rebecca m. 9 Sept. 1661, John Williams; and Mary m. 23 Sept. 1668, William Sargent. ARTHUR, Ipswich 1637, may have been br. of the preced. ISAAC, Salisbury 1663, s. of Anthony, by w. Martha had Anthony, b. 24 Jan. 1670; rem. to Rowley, and prob. d. bef. 1691, when his wid. was tax. for the est. JOHN, Salisbury, eldest ch. of Anthony, m. 14 Jan. 1656, Frances, d. of John Hoyt, had John, b. 19 Nov. 1656; Sarah, 17 July 1658; Frances, 10 Dec. 1662; and Anthony, and Susanna, tw. 10 May 1665. SAMUEL, Amesbury, perhaps s. of Anthony, took o. of alleg. with John and Thomas, 20 Dec. 1677, by w. Elizabeth d. of William Sargent, had Dorothy; Elizabeth b. 1 June 1670; and was rep. 1689. THOMAS, Amesbury, youngest s. of Anthony, sw. alleg. 20 Dec. 1677. Of this name, in 1834, gr. at N. E. coll. were eleven, says Farmer.

COLCORD, EDWARD, Exeter 1638, but as a ch. his first com. is reckon. 1631, rem. 1640, to Dover, and Hampton 1644, perhaps to Saco 1668, but back to H. there, in 1673, call. hims. 56 yrs. old, of course b. a. 1617, and d. 10 Feb. 1682. Perhaps his wid. d. 24 June 1689, for Pike's Diary, on that day, ment. d. of a Mrs. C. He had seven ds. of wh. Hannah m. 28 Dec. 1665, Thomas Dearborn; Sarah m. 30 Dec. 1668, John Hobbs; Mary m. 28 Dec. 1670, Benjamin Fifield; Mehitable m. 20 Dec. 1677, Nathaniel Stevens; and prob. the others, Shuah, b. 12 June 1660; Deborah, 21 May 1664; and Abigail, 23 July 1667; all d. young, or certain. unm. Of three s. the eldest, Jonathan, d. 31 Aug. 1661, in his 21st yr. the sec. was Edward, k. by the Ind. 13 June 1677; and the other was Samuel. To support the reputa. of the famous forged deed of Ind. Sachems, that gr. to John Wheelwright, and others, all the E. and centr. region of N. H. 17 May 1629, more than seven yrs. bef. W. came over the ocean, it was pro. by o. of W. tak. 13 Oct. 1663, [[vol. 1, p. 425]] that he employ. Colcord to purchase from some Ind. the lds. upon or near wh. he design. to found the new town of Exeter, a refuge from the intolerance of Mass. in 1638. It must be evid. that tho. C. were competent to such dealing in 1638, he was less than fourteen yrs. of age in May 1629, when W. was 20 yrs. older, as he had tak. his A. B. at Cambridge Univ. 1614; and both would surely have been jeer. by the lords of the forest for such attempt at a treaty. SAMUEL, Hampton, youngest s. of the preced. by w. Mary had Jonathan, b. 4 Mar. 1684; and Elizabeth 6 Dec. 1686; was rep. 1682. Descend. are num. in N. H. of wh. one, Ebenezer, d. at Brentwood, 1824, in his 99th yr.

COLDAM, COLDOM, or COLDHAM, CLEMENT, Lynn 1630, a miller, was of ar. co. 1615, of wh.I kn. no more but that he had Clement, and prob. others, and sw. 26 May 1661, that he had kn. William Longley at L. 23 yrs. CLEMENT, Lynn, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. rem. to Gloucester, had Judith, wh. d. 28 Feb. 1650, testif. 28 May 1678, that he was in his 55th yr. and d. 18 Dec. 1703, so aged 80. Elizabeth prob. his d. m. at G. 15 Oct. 1663, Francis Norwood, and Mary, perhaps his wid. d. 26 Jan. 1705. JOHN, Gloucester, freem. 1664, was, perhaps, br. or s. of the preced. THOMAS, Lynn, 1630, was, perhaps, br. of Clement the first, kept Mr. Humfrey's mill, freem. 14 May 1634, d. 8 Apr. 1675, aged 73. But his will of 14 Mar. preced. says, aged, a. 86 yrs. no doubt he was too old to be exact. It ment. w. Joanna. Thomas jr. of Lynn, his s. d. 18 Mar. or May 1673. His will of 10 Mar. preced. nam. no w. or ch.

COLE, COALE, or COALES, ABRAHAM, Salem, s. of Thomas, was a tailor, m. 11 June 1670, Sarah Davis, had Samuel, b. 11 May foll. wh. d. next mo.; Sarah, 29 Aug. 1672; Abraham, 6 Jan. 1674; and he rem. to Hampton, where he took o. of fidel. Dec. 1678, and in evil hour rem. to S. and there his W. in 1692 was charg. with witchcraft. Felt, II. 481. Yet if the charge imply, as usual. it does, old age, she was very fortunate not to have been tried, were her h. the same man, call. as witness so early as 1645; and in Jan. 1633 she was liberat. on bail by her h. ALEXANDER, Salem 1685, a Scot from Dunbarton, m. Bethia, wid. of Henry Silsbee, had only ch. Alexander, and d. 1687, in his will of 24 June, pro. 24 Aug. of that yr. ment. two maid. sis. Ann, and Jeannett at D. ARTHUR, Cambridge, d. 4 Sept. 1676, leav. young wid. Lydia, Wh. m. 13 Apr. 1680, William Eager, or Eger. He had m. her 27 Nov. 1673, had Arthur, b. 10 Dec. 1674, wh. d. 30 Oct. 1703; and Daniel, 7 Mar. 1676. CLEMENT, Boston, came in the Susan and Ellen, 1635, from London, aged 30, as serv. with capt. Keayne, prob. with w. and ch. for in 1639 he had a lot for seven heads gr. at Braintree. *DANIEL, Yarmouth, rem. to Eastham 1643, was br. of Job, first town clk. rep. 1652, and six yrs. more, by w. Ruth had John, b. 15 July 1644, Timothy, 4 Sept. 1616; Hepzibah, 15 Apr. 1649; Ruth, 15 Apr. 1651; Israel, 8 Jan. 1653; James, 30 Nov. 1655; Mary, 10 Mar. 1659; and William, 15 Sept. 1663. He d. 21 Dec. 1691, aged [[vol. 1, p. 426]] 80; and his w. Ruth d. six days bef. aged only 67. Hamblen gives him other ch. Thomas, and Esther, and says, Mary m. 26 May 1681, Joshua Hopkins, and Ruth m. John Young. EDWARD, Pemaquid 1674. ELISHA, Kingstown, R. I. prob. s. of John, by w. Elizabeth had Thomas, wh. d. 1722; but others, earlier, or later, or both, he had, for in 1725, Dr. McSparran, missiona. of the London Soc. for Prop. Gosp. bapt. his w. and ch. John, Edward, Susanna, Ann, Elizabeth and Abigail. He d. early in 1729 at London, whither he had gone on a lawsuit. EPHRAIM, Plymouth, a. 1690, blacksmith, m. Rebecca Gray, wh. has been thot. d. of Edward, and he was suppos. s. of James; but neither of h. nor w. is the f. ascert. FRANCIS, Boston, by w. Sarah had Sarah, b. 29 Apr. 1689. GEORGE, Lynn 1637, rem. to Sandwich, d. a. 1653, but perhaps had gone back to L. at least inv. of 28 June in that yr. of a Lynn man is seen. GEORGE, perhaps of Lynn, was one of Lothrop's comp. kn. as the flower of Essex, k. at Bloody brook, 18 Sept. 1675. Perhaps he was not k. but bad. wound. for in Essex Inst. II. 183, is abstr. of his will of 8 Nov. GERSHOM, Swanzey, k. by the Ind. on the first day of hostil. 24 June 1675. GILBERT, Boston, freem. 1677, by w. Frances had Samuel, b. 30 Nov. 1678; but this was thot. to stand for Colesworthy, among the frequent blunders of our Secr. of the Col. or his dep. yet it is pr. Cole in the list of mem. of O. S. ch. in Boston, adm. 30 Mar. 1677, being the same day, when Samuel Sewall, afterward ch. just. was rec. and S. follows next after C. See the note of Mr. Colesworthy in Geneal. Reg. VI. 389. In the O. S. rec. Gilbert had Thomas (wh. by town rec. was b. 14), bapt. 20 June 1680. GREGORY, Portsmouth, R. I. 1655. HENRY, Sandwich 1643, perhaps went to Middletown, there m. 10 Dec. 1646, Sarah Rusco (prob. d. of William b. by his first w. in Eng.) had Henry, b. 20 Sept. 1647; James, 8 Feb. 1650; John, 14 Feb. 1652; William, 25 Apr. 1653; Sarah, 22 Oct. 1654; Samuel, 10 Sept. 1656; Mary, 11 June 1658; Joanna, 1 Aug. 1661; Abigail, 28 Oct. 1664; and Rebecca, Apr. 1667; rem. to Wallingford, there d. 1676. The wid. d. at Saybrook, Jan. 1688, and nine of those ten ch. (Sarah not ment.) div. the est. in the same yr. Henry, eldest s. with Samuel, the youngest, then liv. at Wethersfield; James, and William, at Walllingford; John, at Boston; Mary, w. of Richard Goodale, at Middletown; Joanna, or Hannah, w. of Samuel Taylor, at Wethersfield; Abigail, w. of John Stephens, at Killingworth; and Rebecca, then unm. HENRY, Boston, by w. Mary had Ann, b. 9, bapt. 13 Nov. 1687; Henry, 2, bapt. 6 Jan. 1689; Mary, bapt. 14 Dec. 1690; and perhaps more. Henry, s. of one Henry, appears on rec. as b. 27 July 1676; but there it is spell. Coole. 

HUGH, Plymouth 1653, shipwright, perhaps s. of James the first, rem. to Swanzey, m. 8 Jan. 1655, Mary, d. of Richard Foxwell of Scituate, had James, b. 3, or (by ano. page on the same Col. Rec.) 8, Nov. 1655; [[vol. 1, p. 427]] Hugh, 8, or 15, Mar. 1658; John, 15 May 1660; Martha, 16 Apr. 1662; Ann, 14 Oct. 1664; Ruth, 8, or 17, Jan. 1666; and Joseph, 15 May 1668, was rep. 1673, 80, 3-6. He had sec. w. Elizabeth wid. of Jacob Cook, m. 1 Jan. 1689, of wh. he was third h. and in 1698 took third w. the wid. Mary Morton. ISAAC, Charlestown, came from Sandwich, Co. Kent, 1633, in the Hercules, with w. Joanna, and two ch. and h. and w. join. the ch. in Sept. 1638, had, here, Abraham, b. 3 Oct. 1636, bapt. Sept. 1638; Isaac, 1637; Mary, bapt. 20 Jan. 1639; Jacob, 16, bapt. 18 July 1641; and Elizabeth b. 26 Sept. 1643. He was adm. freem. 14 Mar. 1639, and d. 10 June 1674. ISAAC, Woburn, s. of the preced. m. 1 Feb. 1659, Jane Britton, wh. d. 10 Mar. 1687, was constable 1662. ISAAC, Hull, was a soldier in Johnson's comp. Dec. 1675. ISRAEL, Eastham, s. of Daniel, m. 24 Apr. 1679, Mary Rogers, perhaps d. of John of Duxbury, had Hannah, b. 28 June 1681; Israel, 28 June 1685; and was liv. there in 1695. JACOB, Charlestown, s. prob. of Isaac of the same by w. Sarah, d. of John Train of Watertown, m. 12 Oct. 1679, says Bond, 606, where the date should be, I think, ten yrs. earlier, had Sarah, Abigail, and Hannah, all bapt. 23 Apr. 1676; and Jacob, 18 Feb. 1677. He had been a soldier in Moseley's comp. in the gr. Narraganset fight, 19 Dec. 1675. He d. of smallpox, as did, prob. all his ch. 1678. JAMES, Plymouth 1633, first occup. of the little hill, where the early pilgrims had been bur. was that yr. at Saco, perhaps, as in Haz. Coll. I. 326, or Folsom, 33, 125; by w. Mary, had James; Hugh, b. a 1632, bef. ment.; John; Mary, wh. m. John Almy. He kept an inn from 1638 to 1660, and he was liv. in 1688, very aged. JAMES, Hartford 1639, by first w. had John, wh. perhaps d. young; and Abigail, wh. m. Daniel Sillivant; and he m. in Eng. says fam. tradit. wid. Ann, mo. of William Edwards, progenit. of famous Jonathan, by her had, prob. no ch. and d. 1652. JAMES, Plymouth, call. junr. 1643, when he was enrol. among the able to bear arms, s. prob. of James the first, m. 23 Dec. 1652, at Scituate, Mary Tilson, had Mary, b. 3 Dec. 1653, and Deane says he soon rem. from S. to York, and, perhaps, in 1654 to Kennebeck. JAMES, Swanzey, was a lieut. and Baylies says rep. 1690. He may have been the same as the foregoing. JOB, Duxbury, br. of Daniel, m. 15 May 1634, Rebecca, d. of William Collier, had John; Job; Daniel; and Rebecca, b. 26 Aug. 1654; seems to have been much giv. to migrat. was at Yarmouth, among the fencibles, 1643, again at D. 1646, at Eastham 1652; and his d. is not ment. but the w. or wid. Rebecca d. Dec. 1698, aged 88. JOHN, Boston, by w. Joan had Sarah, b. 15 Jan. 1642; and John, 17 Nov. 1643; and may have rem. soon, or d. JOHN, Salisbury 1640-50, perhaps came in the Confidence, 1638, and d. 1682.

 JOHN, Lewis finds at Lynn 1642, and says he d. 8 Oct. 1703; but of w. or fam. nothing. JOHN, Boston, s. of Samuel of [[vol. 1, p. 428]] the same, was, prob. b. in Eng. m. 30 Dec. 1651, Susanna, youngest ch. of William Hutchinson, wh. had been tak. by the Ind. 1643, when they k. her wid. mo. had Samuel, b. 24 Mar. 1656; Mary, 6 Oct. 1658; John, 23 Jan. 1660, prob. d. soon; Ann, 7 Mar. 1661; John, again, 17 Jan. 1666; Hannah, Dec. 1668; and William, 13 July 1671; perhaps Elisha, and other ch. whose names are not heard, rem. bef. 1664 to look after lds. of Hutchinson, to the Narraganset, when the jurisdict. of Conn. appoint. him and others to be magistr. there, and d. early in 1707. His w. Susanna and s. William had admin. JOHN, Eastham, s. prob. of Daniel, m. says Hamblen (in Geneal. Reg. VI. 44), 12, but Col. Rec. has 10, Dec. 1666, Ruth Snow, perhaps d. of Nicholas, had Ruth, b. 11 Mar. 1668; John, 6 Mar. 1670; Hepzibah, June 1672; Hannah, 27 Mar. 1675; Joseph, 11 June 1677; Mary, 22 Oct. 1679; and Sarah, 10 June 1682. His w. d. 27 Jan. 1717; and he d. 6 Jan. 1725. JOHN, Hartford, had Sarah, bapt. 7 Feb. 1647; and Mary, b. a. 27 June 1654, was constable 1657, and adm. freem. the same yr. d. 1685, in his will of 4 Aug. 1683 names ch. John, of Farmington, Samuel, and Nathaniel, of Hartford, Job, in Eng. Ann, w. of Andrew Benton, and Lydia, w. of John Wilson. JOHN, Wells 1653, perhaps s. of Thomas, d. 1661, or his inv. is produc. of 20 Apr. of that yr. JOHN, Boston, m. 10 Nov. 1659, Susanna, d. of Nicholas Upshur; but this rec. is more prob. of Joseph Cox, yet John and Susanna Cole by rec. had John, b. 22 Jan. 1661. JOHN, Hadley 1666, freem. that yr. is the same as Cowles. He was call. farmer, to disting. him from the other John, the carpenter, when both liv. at Hartford; and the object of change in surname was to prevent confus. but it has increas. the evil. As well as the carpenter John, this farmer had ch. John, Samuel, and perhaps others. JOHN, Salem, m. 28 May 1667, Mary Knight, had John, b. 18 Nov. foll.; Thomas, Nov. 1669, d. soon; Mary, 1 Sept. 1671; and Hannah, 12 Dec. 1674. JOHN, Duxbury, s. of Job, m. 21 Nov. 1667, Elizabeth Rider; but this man is very indistinct. seen in Winsor, 247. JOHN, Swanzey 1669. JOHN, Farmington, s. of John, the Hartford carpenter, may be the man, wh. by w. Rachel had John, aged 24; Rachel, perhaps wid. of Joseph Smith, 21; Samuel, 13; and Nathaniel, 11, when his will of Sept. 1689, and his inv. of Nov. foll. were brot. in. But no slight uncertain. attends his inquiry. Ano. JOHN of Farmington, perhaps s. of the Cowles farmer, had Dorothy, bapt. 3 July 1681; and Lydia, 22 Mar. 1685. Under Cowles the cloud may be scattered or increas. JOHN, Gloucester, by w. Mehitable had Daniel, b. 14 May 1669. JOHN, Pemaquid 1674. JOHN, Groton, had a d. perhaps Hepzibah, b. 20 Feb. 1672. JOHN, Boston, m. Mary, d. of the brave John Gallop, k. in the decis. battle of Philip's war, had Samuel, b. 16, bapt. 21 Sept. 1684; Thomas, 23, bapt. 25 Apr. 1686; Mary, 9 May 1688, bapt. 9 Mar. 1690. JOSEPH, York 1680, spell. with double o and final e. 

MATTHEW, Northampton [[vol. 1, p. 429]] 1663, m. Susanna, only ch. of Henry Cunliffe, was k. by lightning, 28 Apr. 1665. NATHANIEL, Hempstead, L. I. s. of Robert of Providence or Warwick, from wh. prob. on m. of his mo. he rem. m. 30 Aug. 1667, Martha Jackson. NATHANIEL, Hartford, R. of John, the carpenter of the same, m. Nov. 1676, Lydia Davis, had Nathaniel, b. 6 Nov. 1682. His w. d. 25 Jan. 1684, and he m. 23 Oct. foll. Mary Benton, had no other ch. and d. 20 Apr. 1708, leav. good est. to his s. NICHOLAS, Wells, was constable 1658, had Jane, wh. m. Joseph Litchfield, and next, 2 July 1698, John Heard of Dover. Perhaps he had, also, NICHOLAS, of Wells, a soldier, k. by the Ind. 11 May 1704. His name on Maine rec. appears Coole. RICE, or RISE, abbrev. for RICHARD, Charlestown 1630, among mem. of the ch. of Boston precedes Rev. John Eliot, and he is of those dism. Oct. 1632, to form the new ch. at C. with his w. of the odd name of Arnold, wh. does not, however, stand in the Boston list, was adm. freem. 1 Apr. 1633, and d. 15 May 1646. He was s. of Isaac, and brot. from Eng. prob. by his f. From the will of his wid. call. Harold Colles, made 20 Dec. 1661, pro. six days after, we learn, that he had s. John, and also it names gr.ch. John and Mary C. beside s. Lowden, and Pierce, wh. had, of course, m. ds. and gr.ch. John, Mary, and James L. ROBERT, Roxbury, came in the fleet with Winthrop req. to be made freem. 19 Oct. 1630, and was adm. 18 May foll. rem. perhaps to Salem, and to Ipswich, was oft. punish. for drunken. yet in 1638 seems to be reform. if remis. of fines may just. be thus understood, tho. it may only have been act of policy to ensure his rem. from our jurisdict. But at last he went to Providence, was reform. in earnest, and bec. one of the found. of the first Bapt. ch. there. By w. Mary he had John, beside Daniel, Nathaniel, Robert, and ds. Sarah, perhaps youngest; Ann, wh. m. Henry Townsend; Elizabeth wh. m. John Townsend; both from L. I. where Quakers were persecut. by the Dutch. He d. bef. 18 Oct. 1654, when the town counc. exercis. their duty of mak. distrib. of his prop. in the way he should have made his will. The wid. m. Matthias Harvey, and rem. to Oyster Bay, L. I. with her s. Nathaniel and Daniel, and the two ds. that m. Townsend foll. ROBERT, Boston, by w. Ann had d. Staines, b. 19 Jan. 1681; s. Staines, 10 Dec. 1682; and Richard, 21 Jan. 1685. SAMPSON, Boston 1673, m. Elizabeth d. of Edward Weeden, had Elizabeth b. 7 June 1674, d. young; Elizabeth again, 19 Nov. 1679; David, 21 Dec. 1683; and Jonathan, 2 Sept. 1686. SAMUEL, Boston, came in the fleet with Winthrop and with his w. Ann join. the ch. as Nos. 40 and 41 of the mem. desir. adm. as freem. 19 Oct. 1630, and was sw. 18 May foll. and of ar. co. 1637, being one of its found. The first ho. of entertain. in B. was open. by him 1638. His w. d. early, and how many ch. she had is not cert. but prob. the sec. w. wh. was wid. Margaret Green, and his third, m. 16 Oct. 1660, Ann, wid. of Robert Keayne, gave him none. The

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