Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,
By James Savage
[[vol. 1, p. 54]] Andrews family cont'd:
early as 1689, under Church in his campaign against the E. Ind. and prob. James and Joshua that both d. bef. the f. He abandon. Falmouth in the war, and d. at Boston 1704, leav. wid. Margaret, whose surname is not seen, the s. Elisha, and three ds. Rebecca, w. of Jonathan Adams, of Boston; Dorcas, w. of Ebellezer Davenport, of Dorchester; and Jane, w. of Robert Davis, but perhaps she had former h. JEDEDIAH, Dover 1657, rem. to Salisbury, there had Joseph, b. 10 Mar. 1670; and in 1674 admin. on his est. was commit. to his wid. Mary, wh. m. 24 Aug. in that yr. John Allen, as under his name may be seen. JEREMIAH, Bedford 1697, was s. prob. of Francis of Fairfield. JOHN, Kittery or Saco 1640. JOHN, Lynn 1650, may be he wh. was a baker, and d. at Ipswich 13 Mar. 1662, and his w. Sarah d. 29 Apr. 1666. JOHN, Farmington, one of the first sett. freem. 1658, by w. Mary had Mary, b. 15 Apr. 1643; John, 12 Aug. 1645; Hannah, 26 Feb. 1647, all bapt. 16 May 1658; Abraham, 31 Oct. 1648; Daniel, 1650; Joseph, 26 May 1651; there three bapt. 2 Apr. 1654; Rachel, bapt. 9 Apr. 1654; but why all were not bapt. at once, may be left to plausible conject. Stephen, b. 1606; and Benjamin, June 1659; and d. 1682. His wid d. Mary 1694.Of the ch. my knowl. is less complete; John, eldest s. was prob. of Hartford, and had John, Joseph, Stephen, and others, yet m. or b. dates are blank; Mary m. as sec. w. Thomas Barnes; Hannah m. Richards, prob. Obadiah; and Rachel m. a Buck. JOHN, Ipswich 1642, had w. Jane, was oppress. imprison. by Andros' admin. liv. in 1701. He was then 80 yrs. old, and his w. if alive, was one yr. younger. JOHN, Boston, a cooper, by w. Lucy, wh. d. 1 Sept. 1653, had no ch. kn. to me, but by w. Hannah had John, b. 21 Nov. 1656, prob. d. young; Hannah, in town rec. call. Susanna, b. 12 Aug. 1659; Mary, and Martha, these three, bapt. 2 June 1661; James, 1, bapt. 4 Dec. 1664; and James, again, bapt. 24 Mar. 1667. JOHN, Kittery, wh. d. 1671, left s. John, and a wid. Joan, wh. prob. bec. w. of Benjamin Atwell. JOHN, Hartford, s. of William of the same, had, by w. Mary, at the time of his d. 8 June 1690, only two liv. ch. Samuel, 20 yrs. old; and Mary, 8. JOHN, Fairfield 1670, s. of Francis of the same, d. 1683, leav. two ch. JOHN, Ipswich, by w. Judith had Elizabeth b. 7 Mar. 1685, was 36 yrs. old in 1684. JOHN, Hingham, wh. m. Patience Nichols in Sept. 1685, as in Geneal. Reg. Il. 253, correct. by Errata in the introduct. is there call. s. of Capt. Thomas, but when it is said, that he was b. 1658, I fear it is only drawing a bow at a venture, for if b. that yr. it might seem as if he should be count. br. not s. of the Capt. since the other count. makes him gr.-gr.s. of the first Thomas of the same. *JOSEPH, Hingham 1635, s. of Thomas the first, b. in Eng. freem. 3 Mar. 1636, was the first town clk. constable, rep. 1636-8, had rem. to Duxbury soon after, but Joseph, Elizabeth bapt. Mar. 1638; Ephraim, 18, not as once said 8, Oct. 1640; and Thomas may have been b. bef. such rem. as only ch. at D. nam. is Abigail, 1647, wh. m. July 1667, John Wadsworth; at D. he was a town officer 1654, and constable 1664, [[vol. 1, p. 55]] d. 1 Jan. 1680, aged 83. Lincoln's Hiss. of H. 42,163. JOSEPH, Wethersfield, s. of John of Farmington, d. 1706, leav. six or more ch. of wh. I kn. neither the mos. nor their dates. NATHAN, New Haven, youngest s. of William the first of the same, took o. of fidel. 1 May 1660, m. Oct. 1661, Deborah, d. of Robert Abbot, wh. d. 1672, had Nathan, b. 18 Oct. 1662; Abigail, 20 Mar.1667; and Daniel, 13 May 1669; and for sec. w. m. 6 Jan. 1676, Phebe Gibbard, d. of William, wh. d. 19 Dec. 1720, had Sarah, 27 Oct. 1676; Jedediah, 14 May 1678; Gideon, 9 Mar. 1680; Caleb, 16 Aug. 1682, d. next yr. and Seth, 2 May 1684. He was a man of large prop. at Wallingford 1670, and New Haven 1685. NICHOLAS, Marblehead, m. Elizabeth d. of Edmund Nicholson of the same, bef. 1672. RALPH, Gloucester 1681, m. 12 Dec. 1682, Abigail, d. of Thomas Very. Babson, wh. does the m. 17 Nov. 1681, adds the ch. Thomas, b. 1686; Francis, 1689; Abigail, 1692; and Hannah, 1702. ROBERT, Ipswich, freem. 6 May 1635, kept an inn, and in Col. Rec. 1. the name is spell. Andros as well as Andrews; had w. Elizabeth nam. in his will, pro. 26 Mar. 1644, in wh. also eldest s. John and younger Thomas are ment. but not d. Rebecca, w. of Daniel Hovey, tho. her s. Daniel is; and d. Alice is, wh. m. William Franklin of Boston, as also her d. Elizabeth ROBERT, Rowley, call. sen. when he d. June 1668, leav. good est. for w. Grace. Ano. ROBERT was of Topsfield 1661, and in his will of 16 May 1668, pro. 1 July foll. he names s. Thomas, Robert, Joseph, and John, ds. Elizabeth m. 14 Apr. 1662, Samuel Symonds; Hannah, w. of John Peabody; Rebecca; Sarah; and Ruth. Prob. his s. Thomas was in 1675, a soldier of brave Capt. Gardner's comp. k. in the storming, 19 Dec. of the Narranganset fort. SAMUEL, Saco, came in the Increase, from London, 1635, aged 37, with w. Jane, 30; and ch. Jane, 3; Elizabeth 2; and a serv. sent by a goldsmith of London; had here James, bef. ment. and d. bef. 1638. His wid. m. Arthur Mackworth of Falmouth, and bore him sev. ch. Folsom, 33,123. Willis, 1. 33. 3 Mass. Mist. Coll. VIII. 259. SAMUEL, Charlestown, d. prob. Oct. 1659, his inv. being of the last day of that mo. SAMUEL, Marlborough 1667, made the survey of that town, but was, perhaps, that Cambridge man, whose name is common. giv. without s final. SAMUEL, New Haven, elder br. of Nathan, b. in Eng. took o. of fidel. 1654, m. in 1661, Elizabeth only d. of deac. William Peck of the same, had Samuel, b. 1 Feb. 1662, d. in one mo. Samuel, again, 30 Aug. 1663; William, 9 Feb. 1665; John, 4 July 1667, d. young; Nathaniel, 2 Aug. 1670; rem. to Wallingford 1672, had tw. 30 May 1673, wh. d. the same day; Elizabeth 17 July 1674; Mary, 27 Mar. 1677; Joseph, 1679; Margery, 15 Jan. 1681; and Dinah, 25 July 1684. He d. 6 Oct. 1704, aged 69, in his will nam. w. Elizabeth four s. and four ds. The date of wid. d. is not seen. SAMUEL, Hartford, s. of William of the same, freem. 1669, m. Elizabeth d. of Thwait Strickland, d. Jan. 1712, his will being made 1, and his inv. dat. 29 of the same. He names in it s. Thomas, Nathaniel, John, and Samuel, ds. Abigail Stedman, and Elizabeth A. wh. m. Joseph Day. Samuel, his s. was k. by the Ind. the same yr. above Deerfield. SOLOMON, Hartford, s. of Edward of the same, d. 1712, leav. only Mary. THOMAS, Dorchester 1635, had Thomas, bapt. 16 or 23 June 1639; and Susanna, wh. m. William Hopkins; and d. 20 Aug. 1667. His will [[vol. 1, p. 56]] of two wks. bef. ment. w. Ann, wh. d. 13 Jan. 1684; the s. and d. Susanna, with her childr. THOMAS, Hingham, brot. fam. or was brot. by his s. and d. 21 Aug. 1643, at gr. age. THOMAS, Cambridge, was first of Watertown, as Dr. Bond remarks, there hav. by w. Rebecca, Thomas, b. 15 Oct. 1641; Daniel; Rebecca, 18 Apr. 1646; and d. bef. 1649. His wid. m. 1648, Nicholas Wyeth, and d. Rebecca m. John Frost. THOMAS, Hartford, freem. 1667, was perhaps s. of Francis of the same. THOMAS, Ipswich, Perhaps s. of Robert of the same, was that sch.master, wh. succeed. famous Ezekiel Cheever, 1 Aug 1660, and cont. in that office to his d. 10 July 1683, never m. but his nephs. John A. of Salem, and Daniel Hovey jr. of I. had admin. on his est. wh. was good. THOMAS, Dorchester, prob. s. of Thomas of the same, m. 31 Dec. 1667, Phebe, d. of Richard Goard, had Thomas, b. 31 Dec. 1668; Joseph, 25 Dec. 1675; Thankful, 1 May 1680; and John, July 1686; and d. 6 Aug. 1704. THOMAS, Milford, s. of Francis, liv. there 1675-1700, m. Elizabeth d. of Robert Porter of Farmington, had Hannah, and Mary, bapt. 31 May 1685; and a fam. perhaps, of other ch. THOMAS, Middletown, s. of William of Hartford, m. Hannah, d. of John Kirby of M. d. early in 1691, leav. seven ch. Thomas, John, Samuel, Hannah, Elizabeth Sarah, and Abigail. His wid. m. Alexander Rollo. Early at Rowley, or Boxford, was one Thomas, and one at Dorchester 1641, unless this be rather thot. the veteran of Hingham. THOMAS, Hingham, s. of Joseph of the same, had Joseph, b. 22 Sept. 1656. was a capt. in the extravag. expedit. of Sir William Phips, 1690, against Quebec, in wh. he perish. by smallpox, late in Nov. 1690, hav. made his will 26 of that mo. had Jedediah, b. 7 July 1674, H. C. 1695, wh. bec. a min. at Philadelphia. Lincoln, 116. Other ch. were John, b. 30 Sept. 1658; Ruth, 6 Aug. 1660; Elizabeth 22 Sept. 1665; Ephraim, 27 Oct. 1667, d. under tow yrs. Abigail, 7 Jan. 1670; Stephen, 6 Mar. 1672; Benjamin, 4 Mar. 1676; and one b. 2 Nov. 1670, d. very soon. WILLIAM, Lynn 1634, maybe one of the early freem. of this name, 4 Mar. 1634, or 4 Mar. 1630, or 13 May 1640; of wh. the last William's surname is giv. with o, instead of e in the last syl. but he of 1635 hav. the prefix of respect may seem rather to belong to Charlestown or Cambridge by proximity of other names in that day's list. From Lewis in Hist. of L. no light is deriv. here. WILLIAM, New Haven, a promin. man, sign. the compact 1639, prob. accomp. Gov. Eaton, and no doubt was first at Boston or Charlestown; at N. H. was active in milit. serv. and kept the ordinary, one of the founders of the ch. and hard. could get leave to give up his ordinary, had William, and Samuel, perhaps b. in Eng. but Nathan, bapt. at N. H. 17 Nov. 1639; and d. 3 Jan. 1664. WILLIAM, Hartford, one of the early sett. came to H. from Cambridge, first sch.master, and soon town clk. had w. Mary wh. d. at C. 19 Jan. 1640, and sec. w. Abigail, wh. m. Nathaniel Barding; and he d. betw. 1655 and 1663, leav. ch. John; Elizabeth wh. m. 3 May 1655, Edward Grannis; Thomas; and Samuel, the youngest, one acco. says b. 20, but ano. acco. makes him bapt. 19 Oct. 1645.
His d. [[vol. 1, p. 57]] Abigail d. May 1653 WILLIAM, New Haven, s. of William of the same, b. in Eng. m. 31 Jan. 1649, Mary Chandler, had ch. b. 1651 and 1653, wh. d. soon. He desert. his w. went to Kinsale, and there, as was said, m. ano. In Oct. 1661, after his abs. of eight yrs. his w. obtain. divorce. But that may be story of ano. man, for this William m. Ann, wid. of William Gibbard, d. of William Tapp. and d. 4 Mar. 1676, as by the highest authority I am instruct. His fam. was early extinct. WILLIAM, Ipswich, had William, b. 23 Oct. 1674; John, 2 Feb. 1676; Ezekiel, June 1680; Elizabeth 15 Jan. 1685, d. under 1 yr. and Elizabeth again, wh. m. Sept. 1704 Joshua Norwood. His w. was Margaret, at this time, but she may not have been mo. of the former childr. Ano. WILLIAM of Ipswich had Solomon, b. 8 Aug. 1699. Perhaps one of these many Williams was a carpenter, wh. came in the James from Southampton, 1635. Confusion very easily arises between names of so common occur. with so slight variations of residence, and other circumst. Of this name, 1834, Farmer found fifteen gr. at Harv. eight at Yale, and six at other N. E. coll.
ANDROS, EDMUND, Boston, appoint. by James II. gen. Gov. of N. E. arr. at Boston, 20 Dec. 1686, had been a dozen or more yrs. Gov. of N. Y. bef. his promot. Here he exercis. rule without law above two yrs. His w. d. at B. Feb. 1688. On the first report of the land. in Eng. of William of Orange, the gr. body of the people, eager to throw off the yoke, seized on the Gov. and his adherents and imprison. them, 18 Apr. 1689. Five mos. he was held close prisoner, tho. once he escap. to R. I. but was arrest. there and sent back; and the k. gave order 30 July for his being brought to Eng. Hutch. II. 208, says, he d. in London, Feb. 1714, at advanc. age, having tasted once more the sweets of power, as Gov. of Virg. soon after his going, home. JEDEDIAH, Salisbury, by w. Mary, had Joseph, b. 10 Mar. 1670. His wid. m. 24 Aug. 1674, lieut. John Allen.
ANGELL, JAMES, Providence, s. of Thomas, m. Abigail, only d. of Gregory Dexter, had John, b. 4 Oct. 1691; perhaps more. JOHN, Providence, br. of the preced. m. 7 Jan. 1670, Ruth Field, but of neither h. nor w. has any acco. recall. me. THOMAS, Providence, one of the earliest sett. with Roger Williams, one of the freem. 1655, and constable, had James and John, wh. there dwelt 1676, and did not rem. in Philip's war, beside ds. Amphyllis, Mary, Deborah, Alice, and Margery, whose descend. are num. He d. 1694, as is thot. for his will was pro. 18 Sept. of that yr. He came from London, as serv. or apprent. of Roger Williams, as one tradit. has it, but ano. tradit. says, of Richard Waterman. John took o. of alleg. June 1668, and so may have been elder, for James is thus mark. May 1682. Alice m. 26 Jan. 1670, Eleazer Whipple of P. and Mary m. Richard Arnold.
ANGIER, EDMUND, Cambridge 1636, youngest s. of John of Dedham, Co. Essex, where he was b. a. 1612, and br. of John, min. of some distinct. [[vol. 1, p. 58]] at Denton, near Manchester, had liv. with John Cotton at Boston in Lincolnsh. and intend. to embark with him for N. E. in 1633, but was for that time prevent. freem. 13 May 1640, m. Ruth, d. of famous William Ames, the profess. at Franequer, had John, b. 21 Aug. 1645, wh. was bur. 2 Jan. 1648; Ruth, 28 Sept. 1647; John, again, 22 Apr. 1649, d. young; Ephraim, aged 27 at his d. 16 Jan. 1679; Samuel, 17 Mar. 1655, H. C. 1673; and John, again, 21 June 1656, d. young. His w. d. 3 July 1656, and he m. 12 June 1657, Ann, d. of Christopher Batt (but in Mitchell's Bridgewater, 105, the name is erron. giv. Pratt), had Edmund, 20 Sept. 1659; Hannah, 1660; Mary, 1663; John, May 1664, d. at 2 mos. Nathaniel, May 1665; and Elizabeth bapt. 2 May 1667; beside Sarah, not seen on rec. Ruth m. 28 June 1671, Rev. Samuel Cheever, of Marblehead; Elizabeth m. 29 Oct. 1691, Rev. Jonathan Pierpont, of Reading; Sarah m. 13 Dec. 1698, Rev. Christopher Tappan of Newbury; Edmund, and Nathaniel d. very early. His sec. w. d. 3 Oct. 1688, aged 58, and he d. 4 Mar. 1693. JOHN, Boston, m. 1651, Hannah, d. of William Aspinwall, had John, b. 16 Sept. 1652, wh. is call. by John Cotton's will cous. JOHN, Mass. of wh. we kn. only (strange as it appears), that he was gr. of Harv. 1653, and d. 1657. JONATHAN, Salem, 1668. JOSEPH, Medford 1684, rem. to Dorchester, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 8 Dec. 1694; Margaret, 21 Mar. 1697; Joseph, 20 June 1702; Benjamin, 22 June 1704; rem. to Framingham, there had Mary, 31 Aug. 1709; and he d. of cancer, 30 Nov. 1718. His wid. d. 24 Jan. 1732. SAMUEL, Rehoboth, s. of Edmund of Cambridge, ord. at R. 15 Oct. 1679, m. 2 Sept. 1680, Hannah, only d. of Presid. Oakes (wh. d. 5 Dec. 1714, aged 54), had Ames, b. 29 June 1681, H. C. 1701; Hannah, 10 Aug. 1682, d. unm. at 32 yrs.; Ruth, 1684, wh. did not, as Mitchell supposed, m. Rev. John Shaw of Bridgewater; Samuel, Sept. 1687; Oakes; Ephraim; Uriah; Eunice; and John, 1701, H. C. 1720, the min. of Bridgewater, wh. d. 14 Apr. 1787. He rem. to the W. pt. of Watertown, now Waltham, and was install. 25 May 1697, d. 24 Jan. 1719. SAMPSON, York 1653, then allow. to sw. alleg. to Mass. See Col. Rec. IV. pt. i. 129. Of this name Farmer found twelve had, in 1834, been gr. at Harv. and four at all other N. E. coll.
ANNABLE, ANNIBLE, or ANNIBALL, *ANTHONY, Plymouth, came in the Ann 1623, with w. Jane, and d. Sarah, b. a. 1622; and had Hannah, b. a. 1625, at P. was one of the first sett. at Scituate 1630, and found. of the ch. there, 8 Jan. 1635, had a ch. without name, bur. 8 Apr. of that yr. Deborah, there bapt. 7 May 1637; rep. 1639; rem. with his min. Rev. John Lothrop to Barnstable, of wh. he was rep. 1646, and often after. There he had, perhaps, Susanna, b. a. 1630; and his first w. d. Dec. 1643; and he m. 3 Mar. 1645, Ann Clark, or, in Geneal. Reg. IX. 315, (where is error of a yr.) Ann Alcock, by wh. he had Samuel, b. 2 or 22 [[vol. 1, p. 59]] Jan. bapt. 8 Feb. 1646; and Ezekiel, bapt. 29 Apr. 1649; beside Desire 16 Oct. 1653. Of the ds. Sarah m. 23 Nov. 1638, Henry Ewell; Hannah m. 3 Mar. 1645 (wh. is the same time with her f. taking sec. w.), Thomas Boreman; Susanna m. 13 May 1652, William Hatch; and Desire m. 18 Jan. 1677, John Barker. JOHN, Ipswich 1642, d. 8 Oct. 1664, of wh. we can see nothing more, but that he is call. a tailor in 1651, in Coffin's gatherings, where also I find MATTHEW call. 18 yrs. old in 1672. SAMUEL, Barnstable, s. prob. eldest, of Anthony, m. 1 June 1667, Mehitable, d. of Thomas Allyn of the same, had Samuel, b. 14 July 1669; Hannah, 16 Mar. 1672, d. in Aug. foll.; John, 19 July 1673; and Ann, 4 Mar. 1675. He d. 1678.
ANNIS, ABRAHAM, Newbury, prob. s. of Charles, by w. Hannah, prob. d. of Christopher Osgood, had Charles, b. 10 Feb. 1694; Hannah, 19 Nov. 1698; John, 1 May 1700; Stephen, 1 Feb. 1702; and Sarah, 9 Sept. 1705. CHARLES, in Geneal. Reg. VII. 349 print. Carmac, Newbury, b. 1638, at Enniskillen, Ireland, m. 15 May 1666, Sarah, d. of Aquila Chase, had Charles; Priscilla, b. 8 NOV. 1677; Hannah, 15 Nov. 1679; Ann, 28 Dec. 1681; and prob. more, wh. are not in rec. JOSEPH, Newbury, prob. s. of Charles, by w. Dorothy had Dorothy, b. 1 Nov. 1692; Sarah, 14 Mar. 1694; Aquila, 14 June 1695; Seaborn, 1 Jan. 1697; Hannah, 19 Nov. 1698; Abigail, 25 Sept. 1700; and Joseph, 14 Jan. 1703; but the Hannah may belong to Abraham.
ANTHONY, ABRAHAM, Portsmouth, R. I. s. prob. of first John of the same, m. 26 Dec. 1671, Alice, d. of William Waddell, had John, b. 17 Nov. 1672; Susanna, and Mary, tw. 29 Aug. 1674, both d. soon; William, 31 Oct. 1675; Susanna, again, 14 Oct. 1677; Mary, again, 2 Jan. 1680; Abraham, 21 Apr. 1682; Thomas, 30 June 1684, d. at 21 yrs.; Alice, and James, tw. 22 Jan. 1686, of wh. the latter d. at 18 yrs.; Ammi, 30 June 1688; Isaac, 10 Apr. 1690; and Jacob, 15 Nov. 1693; and his w. d. at the age of 84 in the ho. of s. William, 1734. JOHN, Portsmouth, R. I. one of the freem. 1655, and may have rem. to Providence; but tho. to denote the earliest resid. at first I built on conject. too slight to be ment. yet for his coming we have perfect kn. that he took o. of alleg. and suprem. 24 Mar. 1634, with intent to emb. in the Mary and John, but was delay. for passage in the Hercules a few days after. He had liv. in the beautif. village of Hempstead, near London, and d. 28 July 1675, aged 68. In his will, made 5 days bef. he names his ch. John, Joseph, Abraham, Susanna, w. of John Tripp, and Elizabeth w. of James Greene. His wid. Frances d. 12 Oct. 1692. JOHN, Portsmouth, R. I. s. prob. eldest, [[vol. 1, p. 60]] of the preced. m. 23 Nov. 1669, Frances, youngest d. of William Waddell, had John, b. 28 June 1671; Joseph, 28 Oct. 1673; William, 18 July 1676; Susanna, 1 Jan. 1679, d. at 19 yrs.; Mary, 16 June 1681, d. young; Sarah, 1 Oct. 1683, d. next yr.; Elizabeth 14 Sept. 1686; Alice, 26 Apr. 1689; and Samuel, 8 Oct. 1691. As he took sec. w. 3 Jan. 1694, Susanna, d. of John Alborow, it may be that his former w. was misrepr. as wid. of his f. By this w. he had Albro, 25 Sept. 1694; Sarah, 1 Aug. 1697; and John 16; Feb. 1699; and d. 20 Oct. 1715. JOSEPH, Portsmouth R. I. br. of the preced. m. 5 Apr. 1676 Mary, d. of Thomas Wait, had John, b. 10 Sept. 1678; Joseph, 19 May 1682; Susanna, 24 Oct. 1684; and Thomas, wh. d. young.
ANTRAM, OBADIAH, Salem, s. of Thomas of the same, left good est. to w. Martha, d. of the first John Baker of Ipswich of wh. no ch. is ment. when he was lost at sea, 1664, on voyage to Nevis or other W. I. isl. THOMAS, Salem, came in the James from Southampton, 1635, arr. at Boston, 3 June, is called a weaver of Salisbury, Co. Wilts, in the Ship's clearance; had gr. of ld. 1637, was of the ch. 1639, freem. 18 May 1642; d. 1663; had bapt. Obadiah, 7 June 1640; Mary, 16 July 1643; and John, 29 Mar. 1646. Perhaps Hannah A. wh. m. 8 Nov. 1658, Isaac Burnap, was d. of Thomas.
APPLEBY, THOMAS, Rye, 1662--72, perhaps d. 1690 at Woodbury.
APPLEGATE, JOHN, Gravesend, L. I. 1650, with Elizabeth perhaps his mo. it may be wid. of Thomas, and prob. bis s. John, was of Oyster bay 1685. He bot. ho. and ld. 1662, at Fairfield, and there was liv. in 1670, as the Conn. jurisdict. could not be preserv. at L. I. One of the name was at F. 1697; and a John A. made his will 1704 nam. no ch. but giv. est. to his w. Avis, and br. Thomas A. and his ch. A John was complain. of at Milford for sell. liquor; and Bartholomew A. at the same time. THOMAS, Weymouth 1635, was licens. to keep ferry to Braintree, but next yr. turned out; had w. Elizabeth whose tongue was sentenc. by the ct. to be confin. by cleft stick.
APPLETON, ISAAC, Ipswich, s. of the sec. Samuel of the same (by his sec. w.), m. Priscilla, d. of Thomas Baker of Topsfield, and gr.d. of dep. gov. Symonds, had Priscilla, b. 1697; Mary, 1701; Isaac, 1704; Elizabeth Martha; Rebecca, and Joanna; and he d. 1747. Of this only s. Isaac, wh. had many s. descend. the venerable Jesse, Dart. Coll. 1792, Presid. of Bowdoin, and he was gr.f. of the brs. Samuel, Nathan, and Ebenezer, as also of their cous. William, all disting. merch. of Boston, wh. are of the thirteenth generat. from John of Great Waldingfield in Co. Suffolk, wh. d. 1414, the remotest kn. ancest. of the fam. *JOHN, Ipswich, eldest s. of Samuel, the progenit. was b. 1622 at Little Waldingfield in Co. Suff. and brot. at the age of thirteen yrs. by his f. m. Oct. 1651, Priscilla, d. of the Rev. Jose Glover, wh. d. 1638, on his passage to our country to estab. the first print. press, had John, b. 17 Oct. 1652; Samuel; Priscilla, 1657, [[vol. 1, p. 61]] wh. m. Rev. Joseph Capen of Topsfield; Jose, 1660, wh. was a merch. of Boston, and d. unm. 18 Nov. 1721; Elizabeth wh. m. 12 Nov. 1673, the sec. Richard Dummer; Sarah, wh. m. Daniel Rogers, not Samuel, as the beautif. Memorial of the fam. has it; and Mary, 1673, wh. m. Nathaniel Thomas of Marshfield. He was lieut. capt. and major, rep. 1656 many yrs. up to 1679, yet not freem. bef. 1682, if we follow the official lists; but as a strenuous asserter of liberty against the governm. after the nullificat. of the old chart. one of the most disting. he had the honor of being imprison. at Boston, fin. £50, and bound in £1000 for a yr. on acco. of resistance to the arbitra. taxation. See Revo. in N. E. justif. His will of 16 Feb. 1698, was pro. 27 Mar. 1700, but he d. 4 Nov. 1699. *JOHN, Ipswich, eldest s. of the preced. m. 23 Nov. 1681, Elizabeth eldest d. of Presid. Rogers, had Elizabeth Nathaniel, b. 9 Dec. 1693, H. C. 1712, the min. of Cambridge; Margaret; Daniel, b. 1695; and Priscilla, 1697. He was freem. 1682, largely employ. in pub. offices, town clk. 1687, rep. 1697, and next yr. a council. in wh. place he serv. many yrs. beside being judge of pro. d. 11 Sept. 1739. JOHN, Ipswich, s. of Samuel the sec. eldest by his sec. w. rem. perhaps to Salem, m. there 1689, Rebecca, d. of John Ruck, had John, b. 1695; and Benjamin. He had for sec. w. m. 1700, a wid. Dutch, but wh. was her bapt. name, or wh. was her former h. or f. or when she d. are all untold; but he d. 1724. OLIVER, Ipswich, youngest br. of Isaac of the same, by w. Sarah had Joseph; John, b. 1707; Oliver, 1712; Samuel, 1713; Daniel; Nathaniel, 1721; beside Joanna, and two more ds. but I regret to mark the deficiency of dates, and sometimes of names. He was well provid. for in the will of his f. and d. 1759. *SAMUEL, Ipswich, s. of Thomas of Little Waldingfield Co. Suffk. b. 1586, came 1635, with fam. hav. project. earlier settlem. as is well infer. from the expressn. in a letter of his neighb. our first Gov. Winthrop 14 Aug. 1630, soon after arr. here, to his s. John in Eng. that Mr. A. can have no cows, because more than half of their stock d. on the passage. He was sw. freem. 25 May 1636, and chos. rep. next yr. He serv. in that capacity no other yr. and d. at Rowley 1670. The w. brot. by him from Eng. was Mary Everard, and their five ch. all b. bef. his coming, over, were John, bef. ment. b. 1622; Samuel, 1624; Sarah, 1697, wh. m. prob. 1652 or 3, Rev. Samuel Phillips of Rowley, in whose ho. the f. d.; Judith, wh. m. 12 Dec. 1657, Samuel Rogers of I. and d. 1659; and Martha, wh. m. Richard Jacob of I.
SAMUEL, Ipswich, s. of the preced. bapt. 1624 at Little Wallingfield, brot. in 1635 by his f. m. Hannah, d. of William Paine of I. had Hannah, wh. m. William Downes of Boston; Judith, wh. m. 1678, Samuel Wolcott of Wethersfield; and Samuel, b. 1654; and by sec. w. m. 8 Dec. 1656, Mary, d. of John Oliver of Newbury, had John, b. 1660; Isaac, 1664; Joanna, wh. m. Nathaniel Whipple; and Oliver, [[vol. 1, p. 62]] 1676. He was a man of the highest repute in civ. and milit. serv. rep. 1668 and often after to 1681, when he was made Assist. and by ann. elect. cont. in that rank to the time of overthrow of the chart. governm. 1686. In 1675 he had com. of all the Mass. forces on Conn. riv. and late in the season, when succeed. by Major Savage in that quarter, was transfer. to the expedit. against Narranganset for the bloody and decisive action of 19 Dec. Resolute in support of the liberty of the people against the unlawf. taxation in 1687, he was imprison. by Andros, and hardly releas. See Hutch. I. 365. In the new Chart. of William and Mary, 1691, he was made one of the council, tho. by the pop. vote left out at the foll. elect. d. 15 May 1696; and his will of 17 Apr. 1695 was pro. 25 May of next yr. SAMUEL, Ipswich, s. of John the first, d. 1693, leav. wid. and four ch. Jose, Samuel, Thomas, and John; but the fam. Memo. supplies no larger acco. SAMUEL, Ipswich, eldest s. of Samuel the sec. m. Elizabeth d. of William Whittingham, had Samuel, Whittingham, Hannah, Martha, and Elizabeth He was much in pub. serv. of the counc. 1703, was head of one of the regim. 1707 against Port Royal, and d. 30 Oct. 1725. His wid. m. 1726 Rev. Edward Payson of Rowley. Of this name, in 1834, gr. were twelve at Harv. three at Dart. and seven at other N. E. coll. of wh. none at Yale.
APPLIN, JOHN, Watertown, m. 23 Nov. 1671, Bethshua, d. of Thomas Bartlett, had John, b. 15 Oct. 1672, d. at 18 yrs.; Bethshua, 1 May 1673; acc. Bond 9; Mary, 11 Oct. 1677; Hannah, 25 Mar. 1680; Thomas, and Edward, tw. 15 Mar. 1682; of wh. the latter d. in a few days; Abiel, 12 May 1684; Mehitable, 7 Apr. 1688; and John, again, 3 May 1692. His w. d. 8 Oct. 1692; Bethshua m. 3 Jan. 1698, John Stratton; Mary m. 30 July 1716, John Anderson, as his sec. w.; Hannah m. 11 May 1703, John Farr; and Mehitable m. 27 Sept. 1711, Benjamin Headley. He was ask. in Apr. 1703, to keep a sch. at Groton, and was short time at Littleton; may have been not b. in N. E. and was liv. 1725.
ARBUCKLE, WILLIAM, Boston 1684.
ARCHER, or ARCHARD, BENJAMIN, York; 1680, was perhaps s. of John of Salem. HENRY, Roxbury, m. 4 Dec. 1639, Elizabeth d. of John Stow of the same, had Rachel, John, Isaac, and Theophilus, nam. in the will of Rachell Bigg of Dorchester, made 17 Nov. 1646, and perhaps others, after rem. to Ipswich or bef. as there is reason for conject. that all were b. at I. He was freem. 2 June 1641; and his w. d. there 11 Apr. 1669. JOHN, Portsmouth, R. I. freem. 1655, was prob. the man ment. in Hubbard's Ind. Wars, whose s. was k. 25 June 1675, the first day of hostil. JOHN, Stamford 1660. JOHN, Salem 1668, cooper, had gr of ld. 1676, and admin. on his est. was giv. 26 Feb. 1694, to his s. Benjamin, and Thomas. SAMUEL, Salem, 1630, req. adm. as a freem. 19 Oct. of that yr. but I see [[vol. 1, p. 63]] not, that he was ever sw. in, yet marshal in 1650, and 1, call. 50 yrs. old in 1665, had w. Susanna, s. Samuel, prob. others; was a carpenter, and d. Dec. 1667. The wid. Susanna m. Oct. 1668, Richard Hutchinson and d. 26 Nov. 1674. SAMUEL, Andover, freem. 1668, had m. 21 May 1660, Hannah, d. of John Osgood; but was perhaps of Salem, and s. of the preced.
ARDELL, WILLIAM, Boston 1687, merch. rem. to Portsmouth, and was made, 1699, Sheriff of the Prov. of N. H. Belkn. I. 155.
AREY, RICHARD, Edgartown 1652, d. 19 Nov. 1669, leav. John, wh. d. 12 Oct. 1675.
ARIN, WILLIAM, Dover, was k. says Mr. Quint, in Geneal. Reg. V. 449, by the Ind. 28 June 1689.
ARMITAGE, or ARMATAGE, ELEAZER, Lynn, m. 18 Oct. 1669, Hannah Needham, d. of Edmund. GODFREY, Lynn 1630, a tailor, rem. to Boston, freem. 14 Mar. 1639, by w. Sarah, perhaps d. of William Webb, had Samuel, b. 7, bapt. 12 Oct. 1645, prob. d. young; Rebecca; and Samuel, again, b. 14 Apr. 1651. This last has mo. in the rec. nam. Mary. By the will of Rebecca Webb, wid. of William, all her est. was giv. to her gr.ch. Rebecca A. HENRY, Boston, came in the ship Society from Barbadoes, where he emb. 11 Mar. 1679, may have been only a transient visit. return. home, and taking this Col. in his way; at least no more is kn. of him. JOSEPH, Lynn 1630, perhaps br. of Godfrey, freem. 9 Mar. 1637, by w. Jane, wh. d. 3 Mar. 1677, had John, and Rebecca, wh. m. 14 Nov. 1665, Samuel Tarbox, kept the first inn of that town, tho. he was a tailor, and d. 27 June 1680, aged 80, says Lewis. MANASSEH, a s. of H. C. 1660, wh. glad. would I find some, the minutest, story of, as date of b. or wh. was his f.or any thing, else more than in the Magnalia, IV. 137, where he is mark. by a star, as evid. that he was d. 1698. See Thompson, Hist. of L. I. I. 486, 90, and II. 13. SAMUEL, Boston, perhaps s. of Godfrey, a serj. had £10 a yr. in 1674 and 5, for carry. the halbert. THOMAS, Lynn, came in the James from Bristol, 1635, with Rev. Richard Mather and others, rem. 1637, to Sandwich. Lewis. He had gr. of ld. 1641 at Stamford, where he may have been on a visit; at least, he did not settle there. TIMOTHY, Boston 1677, mariner, m. a d. of Richard Richardson.
ARMS, WILLIAM, Hatfield, a soldier in Philip's war, 1676, serv. under Capt. William Turner, m. 1677, Joanna Hawks, had eight ch. there, rem. to Sunderland, thence to Deerfield here he d. 1731; and there liv. his s. John, Daniel, and William; and six of the name had, in 1828, been gr. at N. E. coll.
ARMSBEE, or ARMESBEY, sometimes, as in Baylies, AMSBURY, THOMAS, Taunton 1668, had Thomas, b. 23 Feb. 1669; Mary, 3 Oct. 1671; Rebecca, 26 May 1672, (if we believe the rec.); and Judith 8 Jan. 1674.
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