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

Volume #2
Dade - Dassett

By James Savage

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DADE, DAVY, DADY, or DAWDY, and even DANDY, NATHANIEL, Charlestown, s. of William, m. 17 June 1663, Hannah, d. of Richard Miller, had no ch. but Hannah, b. 4 Apr. 1664, d. very soon; and Nathaniel, bapt. 23 July 1665, d. next yr. and he d. some time a. the b. of his s. His wid. m. 4 Oct. 1667, John Edmonds, and third h. 22 May 1684, deac. Aaron Ludkin, and d. 13 Dec. 1707. WILLIAM Charlestown 1630, a butcher, came in the fleet with Winthrop prob. for his name stands on the list of Boston ch. next after John Winthrop jr. wh. came, however, in 1631; and he was of the 35 earliest mem. of the ch. of Charlestown, freem. 1 Apr. 1633; by w. Dorothy had Benjamin, bapt. 24 Mar. 1635; Nathaniel, 22 Jan. 1637; and Zechary, b. 16 May 1644; d. Apr. 1682, aged 77, leav. est. to w. Dorothy, a William, and d. Abigail. Frothingham, 79. WILLIAM, Charlestown, of the preced. d. bef. his f. leav. w. and two ch. William, bapt. 16 Apr. 1671, and Abigail, 3 Nov. 1672. Martha, his wid. d. 13 Jan. 1709, aged 76. WILLIAM, b. at Charlestown, perhaps a gr.gr.s. of first William, d. at Brimfield 1756, in mid. age, leav. six ch. The name is perpet. in Hampshire Co. whence some have rem. to N. York.

DAFFORNE, or DAFFERN, JOHN, Boston, by w. Mary had Mary, b. 15, bapt. 22 Apr. 1677; John, 3, bapt. 5 Aug. 1678; Isaac, 20 Nov. bapt. 5 Dec. 1680; and Richard, whose b. is not kn. but bapt. 10 June 1683. Perhaps he had been driv. away from some frontier settlem. in the Ind. war, and went back. Yet in the great fire of Mar. 1760, one of the [[vol. 2, p. 2]] sufferers, as we see in Drake's valua. Hist. of Boston, p. 652, was Isaac D. perhaps gr.s. of John.

DAGAN, RICHARD, Scituate 1690, had Elizabeth b. 1693; and Thomas, 1694. Deane tells little more.

DAGGETT, or DOGGETT, as on rec. at Watertown, but DOGHEAD, or DOGED, at Plymouth, *JOHN, Watertown 1630, prob. came in the fleet with Winthrop for 19 Oct. he desired adm. and 18 May 1631 was made freem.; rem. perhaps with Mayhew to the Vineyard, and 1645 to Rehoboth, was rep. 1648. He m. at Plymouth, 29 Aug. 1667, prob. as sec. w. wid. Bathsheba Pratt, then call. hims. of Martin's Vineyard. JOHN, Marshfield, perhaps s. perhaps gr.s. of the preced. m. 3 Sept. 1691, Mehitable Truant; but this may have been sec. w. and his first, Persis, d. of William Sprague of Hingham, wh. d. 1684. SAMUEL, Marshfield, prob. br. of the preced. m. 24 Jan. 1682, Mary Rogers, wh. d. Apr. 1690, and on 21 Jan. 1691, Bathsheba Holmes, d. prob. of John. By the first were b. Samuel, Mary, and Sarah; by the sec. Elizabeth Ebenezer, Bathsheba, John, and Isaac, all bapt. 27 Sept. 1702; and afterwards Lydia, Persis, Seth, and Abigail. THOMAS, Concord, came, as serv. of Thomas Oliver, 1637, aged 30, from Norwich, Eng. His w. d. 23 Aug. 1642. THOMAS, Marshfield, or Duxbury, perhaps s. of the first John, m. 17 Aug. 1654, Joan, or Jane, wid. of Thomas Chillingworth, had Rebecca, b. 1655; but she was his sec. w. and d. 4 Sept. 1684. By former w. he had John, Samuel, Sarah, and perhaps others, and d. 1692. After rem. to Middleborough, was a capt. and magistr. Mather tells of his giving insight. into Ind. witchcraft. Magn. VI. 52. THOMAS, Bristol, in Feb. 1680, had w. and two ch. Thirteen of this name had been gr. at Yale 1828; of wh. Rev. Naphtali, wh. d 25 Nov. 1780, was Presid. from 1766 to 77.

DAILLE', PETER, Boston, first min. of the Huguenot or French Protest. ch came a. 1686, d. 20 May 1715, in his 66th yr. says the Newsletter of 23d May, but in the contempo. note of Rev. William Cooper, aged a. 70; had three ws. Esther Latonice, m. prob. in France, wh. d. 14 Dec. 1896; Psyche, d. 31 Aug. 1713; and Martha, wh. surv. James Bowdoin was excor. of his will made 20 Apr. preced. in wh. is nam. his br. Paul Daille' Vaugelade of Amsfort in Holland. Neal, Hist. of Pur. IV. 250, ment. a Daille of Paris. Snow, Hist. of Boston, 201. 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. II. 52. Worcester Magaz. II. 349.

DAKIN, DAKYNGS, or DAKING, JOHN, Concord, perhaps s. of Thomas, by w. Susan had John, b. 20 Mar. 1661, unless there be in the rec. mistake of name. THOMAS, Concord, had Joseph, John, Samuel, and Sarah, this last b. 8 Oct. 1659; perhaps all were by w. Sarah, wh. d. ten days after the last b. He m. 11 June 1660, wid. Susan Stratton, and may have bad one of the ch. under the last nam. w. [[vol. 2, p. 3]]

DALE, JOHN, Salem 1682, by w. Elizabeth had John, b. 2 Nov. 1685; Elizabeth 1 Mar 1687; Lydia, 24 Feb. 1689; Mary, 7 June 1691; and Samuel, 21 Nov. 1694. ROBERT, Woburn, m. 30 Nov. 1680, Joanna, d. of John Farrar, had Martha, b. 9 Feb. 1684; Abigail, 29 July 1687; Joanna, 26 July 1690; and Rebecca, 24 Jan. 1698; and he d. 9 Feb. 1700. THOMAS, Salem , tho. his surname is pr. DALEY, in Essex Inst. Hist. Coll. II. 44, perhaps was br. of John, above ment. had Ann, b. 16 Sept. 1682; and Mary, 6 July 1685.

DALISSON, or DALISON, GILBERT, Milford a. 1647, as Lambert presumes, but at Boston, we learn by rec. m. 24 Oct. 1661, wid. Margaret Story; perhaps later in life he had w. Mary, and good est. but no ch. d. 1689; gave his prop. after dec. of w. to John Barton of Salem, and he to pay £10 to Thomas Marshall, yet no relat. is kn. with either of them.

DALKIN, -----, Medford, the escape of whose w. from drown. is told by Winthrop II. 162.

DALTON, or DOLTON, PHILEMON, Watertown, linen-weaver, came in the Increase, 1635, aged 45; with w. Hannah, .35; and Samuel, 5 and 1/2; rem. to Dedham, prob. in 1637, thence to Hampton 1640, and perhaps to Ipswich, at least there he d. 4 June 1662 by injury from fall of a tree shortly bef. He was freem. 3 Mar. 1636, had sec. w. Dorothy, left only three ch. of wh. prob. one was Philemon of H. 1685. His wid. m. 25 Nov. 1662, Godfrey Dearborn. PHILEMON, Hampton, s. prob. of the preced., but he may have been gr.s., m. 25 Sept. 1690, Abigail, d. of Edward Gove. SAMUEL, Hampton, s. of the first Philemon, b. in Eng. m. 1676, as sec. or third w. Mehitable, d. of Henry Palmer, wh. surv. him with ch. some by former w., Samuel, Philemon, and Timothy; was town clk. 1658, rep. 1662-74, of the Counc. under Presid. Cutt, at first, 1680, d. 22 Aug. 1681. His s. Timothy d. at Boston, 16 yrs. of age, 24 Oct. 1681. His. wid. I think, m. 26 Nov. 1683, Rev. Zechariah Symmes of Bradford. SAMUEL, Hampton, s. prob. of the preced. took o. of fidel. 25 Apr. 1678. TIMOTHY, Dedham 1637, elder br. of the first Philemon, bred at St. John's Coll. Cambridge, where he had his A. B. 1613, freem. 7 Sept. 1637; had been in office in Eng. and in 1639 was call. to be teacher in the ch. at Hampton, there d. without issue 28 Dec. 1661, aged a 84; had Timothy, wh. d. prob. at full age, bef. his f. His wid. Ruth d. 12 May 1665, aet. 88. The wills of h. and w. establish. good ministerial funds in H. WILLIAM, Ipswich, an Irish youth, brot. in the Goodfellow, sold by the shipmaster, George Dell, to Samuel Symonds, 10 May 1654, hav. been sent by command of the Eng. governm. after the triumphs of Cromwell in Ireland.

DAME, DAMME, or DAM, JOHN, Dover 1640, or earlier, by w. Elizabeth had John; Elizabeth b. 1 May 1649; Mary, 4 Sept. 1651; William, 4 Oct. 1653; Susanna, 14 Dec. 1661; and Judith, B Nov. 1666; was freem. 1672; deac. d. 27 Jan. 1690, in advanced age. Judith m. 6 July 1684, Thomas Tebbets, and d. bef. mid. age. JOHN, Dover, eldest s. of the preced. m. bef. 1663, Jane, d. of Richard Rowe, for his d. Abigail was [[vol. 2, p. 4]] b. 5 Apr. that yr. and he m. sec. w. 9 Nov. 1664, Elizabeth d. of William Furber, had John, b. 11 Jan. 1666, d. soon; John, again, 23 Feb. 1668, and Alice, 14 Dec. 1670; and d. 8 Jan. 1706. NICHOLAS, Dover, perhaps br. or 8. of the first John, in Feb. 1690, join. with most of the N. H. peop. in prayer to be join. to Mass. WILLIAM, Dover, br. of the preced. m. Martha, d. of William Pomfret, had Pomfret, b. 4 Mar. 1681; Martha, 29 Mar. 1683; William, 14 Nov. 1686; Samuel, 6 Mar. 1689; Sarah, 21 Apr. 1692; and Leah, 17 Feb. 1695. Formerly the name was writ. as sometimes it now is, Dam.

DAMERILL, HUMPHREY, Boston, a master mariner, apprais. of whose est. to be div. betw. w. and ch. was had 27 Apr. 1654. His wid. Sarah m. 15 Sept. 1654, John Hawkins. JOHN, Boston 1657, s. of the preced.

DAMON, DAMMAN, DAMAN, or DAMING, EDWARD, Marblehead 1674. Dana, 8. *JOHN, Scituate 1643, came with sis. Hannah, minors, under care of William Gilson, their uncle, one of the chief men of the town, as early as 1633, and had his est. He m. June 1644, Catharine, d. of Henry Merritt, had Deborah, b. 25 Apr. 1645; John, 3 Nov. 1647; Zechary, 1649, d. soon; Mary, July 1651; Daniel, Feb. 1653; Zechary, again, 1654; and his w. d. He m. 1659, Martha Howland, had s. Experience, b. 1662; Silence, 1663; Ebenezer, 1665; Ichabod, 1668; Margaret, 1670; and Hannah, 1672. He was rep. 1675, 6, and d. 1677, and his wid. m. Peter Bacon of Taunton. John was on service in Philip's war. Ebenezer m. a d. of Bacon, but was weak, and his est. was in his mo.'s hands, not manag. by him, as Deane tells. Deborah m. 1666, Thomas Woodworth. Experience, and Ichabod, also, had s. of same names. JOHN, Reading, freem. 1645, had John, wh. d. 14 Jan. 1652, and John, again, b. 18 Mar. 1652; d. Abiah, 26 Aug. 1654; Samuel, 23 June 1656; Joseph, 18 Aug. 1661; prob.also, others; was a deac. and d. 1708. Samuel, and Thomas, of Reading, freem. 1691, were, perhaps, his s. and may have had fams. JOHN, Charlestown, s. of the preced. by w. Susan had Susanna, bapt. 8 Mar. 1685; and Elizabeth 28 Sept. 1690; and he d. at C. 20 Jan. 1692. His wid. d. 1729, aged 73. ZACHARY, Scituate, s. of John of the same, serv. in Philip's war, m. 1679, Martha, d. of Walter Woodworth, had many ch. whose names Deane kn. not; and d. 1730. In the Reading fam. the m. is doubled.

DANA, BENJAMIN, Cambridge, s. of Richard, m. 24 May 1688, Mary Buckmaster, had Benjamin, b. 28 Apr. 1689, progenit. of a long line; Isaac, 3 Oct. 1697, ancest. of Gov. Dana of Maine; Joseph, 21 Feb. 1700, f. of Rev. Joseph, Y. C. 1760, D. D. the celebr. min. of Ipswich, 62 yrs; William, 11 Oct. 1703, f. of Rev. Samuel, H. a 1705, min. of Groton; and Jedediah, 6 Oct. 1705; and d. 13 Aug,. 1738. No d. is ment. in the fam. geneal. DANIEL, Cambridge, br. of the preced. m. [[vol. 2, p. 5]] Naomi Crosswell, had Thomas, bapt. at Charlestown, 25 Mar. 1694; and other ch. of wh. sec. a Caleb was f. of Rev. James, H. C. 1753, D.D. f of Hon. Samuel W., Y. C. 1775, Senator of U. S.; and third s. Richard, b. 7 July 1700, H. C. 1718, m. 31 Jan. 1737, Lydia Trowbridge (wh. d. at Boston 17 May 1772), was f. of Rev. Edmund, H. C. 1759, wh. had a curacy at Wroxeter near Shrewsbury in Co. Salop, in Eng. d. 1823, and Francis, H. C. 1762, ambass. to Russia and Ch. J. of the commonw. of Mass. wh. d. 26 Apr. 1811; and d. 10 Oct. 1749, and his wid. Naomi d. 24 Feb. 1751, aet. 82; and a fourth s. was Ebenezer of Pomfret JACOB, Cambridge, eldest br. of the preced. that surv. infancy, by w. Patience had two s. Samuel, and Jacob, and five ds. and d. at C. 1699. He was gr.f. of Anderson D. k. in the massacre at Wyoming, 1779, wh. was f. of Rev. Sylvester, Y. C. 1797, min. of Orford, N. H. JOSEPH, Concord, br. of the preced. m. 1682, Mary, d. of the sec. Thomas Goble of Charlestown, had one ch. wh. d. young, and Joseph, b. 22 Sept. 1685, wh. went to Conn. and prob. had fam. RICHARD, Cambridge, m. Ann Bullard, had John, b. 15 Apr. 1649, d. in six mos.; Hannah, 8 July 1651; Samuel, 13 Oct. 1653, d. next mo.; Jacob, 2 Feb. 1655; Joseph, 21 May 1666; Benjamin, 20 Feb. bapt. 8 Apr. 1660; Elizabeth 27 Apr. 1662; Daniel, 20 Mar. bapt. 3 Apr. 1663; d. Abiah, d. young; Deliverance, 5 Mar. 1667; Sarah, wh. d. 11 Jan. 1670; and Sarah, again, 1 Jan. 1670; twelve in all, of wh. one d. prob. Hannah, m. Samuel Oldham; one, perhaps Elizabeth perhaps Deliverance, m. Daniel Woodward; and Sarah m. Samuel Hyde. The time of his d. by a fall in his barn, is giv. 2 Apr. 1690, but the partit. of est. was not bef. 15 Apr. 1695, when div. to wid. and four s. beside Oldham, Woodward, and Hyde is found. Thirteen of this fam. had been gr. in 1839 at Harv. and thirteen at other N. E. coll.

DAND, JOHN, Boston 1641, clk. in the prothonotary's office (but I hear not where), gave much trouble by join. others in petit. for enlargem. of privilege 1645. Winslow describes him as liv. in ano. man's house at board hire. He was not a freeholder. See our Gen. Court's Declarat. in Hutch. con. 211, one of the most curious papers in that invalua. collect. We might presume, on his ill-success in Mass., that he went home, but Farmer says he was of Dover 1654. Winthrop II. 262, 92-5. The learned auth. of "Gens Sylvestrina," one of the most agreeable books of genealogy ever print. says, the Dands were "the most considerable fam. in the sixteenth cent. at Mansfield in Nottinghamsh." Yet they were mercers, as he tells.

DANDY, WILLIAM, Charlestown, prob. call. Davy in Frothingham, 181, was in 1680 one of the tythingmen of the town. See Dady.

DANE, DANIEL, Andover, s. prob. of Rev. Francis, by w. Deliverance [[vol. 2, p. 6]] had Nathaniel, b. 26 Mar. 1684. But he had liv. at Concord, was one of the tythingmen there 1680. FRANCIS, Andover, s. of John of Roxbury, b. in Eng. was of Ipswich 1648, and soon after ord. sec. min. of A. was brot. by his f. 1636, it is said, in the same ship with Nathaniel Rogers, wh. was half a yr. on her passage from London to Boston; by w. Elizabeth d of Edmund Ingalls, m. bef. he went to A. wh. d. 9 June 1676, were all his ch. prob. b. but we have not their names or dates, with exactness; yet two, Nathaniel, and Elizabeth were b. perhaps bef. his ordin. Besides these, he had, also, Albert, and two nam. Francis, wh. all d. young; Hannah, wh. m. 14 Nov. 1666, William Goodhue; Phebe m. 30 May 1671, Joseph Robinson; Abigail m. 12 Oct. 1675, Francis Faulkner; and Francis, again. He m. sec. w. 22 Nov. 1677, Mary Thomas, wh. d. 18 Feb. 1689; and, third, Hannah, wid. of George Abbot, wh. surv. to June 1711. He d. 17 Feb. 1697, aet. 82. He was in danger from the cruel infatua. of 1692, when others of high rank fled from the suspicion of witchcraft, and of his humbler neighb. sheep of his fold, innocent of the nonsense as hims. not a few suffer. Hutch. Il. 38. FRANCIS, Andover, s. of the preced. m. 16 Nov. 1681, Hannah Poor, freem. 1691, d. 1738, aet. 81, leav. Francis, John, Joseph, and Daniel. JOHN, Roxbury, from Co. Essex, Eng. came 1636, bring. ch. of a dec. w. Francis, Elizabeth and John; was perhaps the freem. of 2 June 1641, m. 2 July 1643, Ann, or Hannah, or Annis, wid. of William Chandler, and d. says town rec. bur. says the ch. rec. 14 Sept. 1658. His will, of a week preced. pro. 16 Oct. names only those ch. of wh. he calls Elizabeth Howe, perhaps w. of the sec. Abraham of Roxbury. Perhaps he had rem. a short time to Ipswich, and came back to R. His wid. had third h. John Parmenter of Sudbury, and d. 15 Mar. 1683. JOHN, Ipswich, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. at Colchester 1613, perhaps came to Roxbury 1636, with his f. freem. 2 June 1641, unless that name in the rec. of the Col. apply to his f. and he be freem. of 1682, was a surgeon, d. 29th Sept. 1684, leav. good est. for that day; had Mary b. 1639, wh. m. 24 Aug. 1658, William Chandler of Andover, wh. was s. of her gr.f.'s sec. w. His will names w. two s. John, and Philemon, ds. Elizabeth and Sarah, gr.ch. Mary Chandler, and Daniel Hovey. In the close investigat. of recent days it is found, that Elizabeth m. Reginald Foster; Sarah m. 23 Sept. 1668, Daniel Warner; and a d. Rebecca m. James Hovey, wh. perhaps was the man k. by the Ind. at Brookfield, 2 Aug. 1675. The deficiency of Ipswich rec. leaves all else unkn. but he was ancest. of Hon. Nathan, H. C. 1778, LL. D. of Beverly, disting. in jurisprud. and of Hon. Joseph, H. C. 1799, of Maine. 

NATHANIEL, Andover, s. of Rev. Francis, m. 12 Dec. 1672, Deliverance, d. of Robert Hazeltine, had Nathaniel, d. 16 Oct. 1674; and Francis, d. 3 Nov. 1679; prob. others; and d. 1725, aet. 80. His wife was imprison. on charge of witchcr, 1692; and when innocence would not avail, sav. her life by false confession of guilt. On either plea, guilty or not, the father of lies was sure to triumph. PHILEMON, Ipswich, s. of sec. John, freem. 1674, was a physician, m. 7 [[vol. 2, p. 7]] Oct. 1685, Mary Thompson; and 25 Dec. 1690, took sec. w. Ruth, d. of James Converse of Woburn, and d. 18 Oct. 1716. Of his ch. Mary; Philemon, b. 1693, d. next yr.; Philemon, again, and Edward, tw. 17 July 1695; and Ruth, 24 Aug. 1698; no doubt of the mo. can be felt, unless the first may have been by former w. THOMAS, Concord, had, I suppose, by w. Elizabeth a d. b. 24 Feb. 1643, and certain. by her had Hannah, 18 Mar. 1645, if this be the real name of him print. Dann in Geneal. Reg. VIII. 347, with wh. conf. G. R. IV. 271. WILLIAM, Woburn, had Martha, b. 17 Aug. 1671; William, 5 July 1673; Samuel, 26 July 1675; John, 25 June 1677; Sarah, in 1687, by w. Martha Great difficulty occurs in turning over rec. by frequent substitution of Dean, or Deane, or Daine, for Dane, and the reverse.

DANFORTH, JOHN, Dorchester, s. of the first Rev. Samuel, ord. 28 June 1682, seventh min. of that ch. m. 21 Nov. 1682, Elizabeth (but in Geneal. Reg. VII. 58, call. Hetty), d. of James Minot, wh. d. 6 June 1722; and he d. 26 May 1730. His age has been overstated by 8 yrs. in Dr. Harris and others. He had Elijah, b. 1683, H. C. 1703, d. 8 Oct. 1736 ; John, 26 Jan. 1689, d. 2 Mar. 1729; and (beside Mehitable, whose gr.stone tells, that she d. 1 May 1727, in 27th yr.), Samuel, H. C. 1715, judge of Pro. counsel. and mandamus couns. whose w. Elizabeth Symmes d. 13 Jan. 1775, aet. 67, and he d. 27 Oct. 1777, aet. 81. This Samuel was f. of Samuel, the disting. physician, H. C. 1758, wh. d. 16 Nov. 1827, aged 86; and of Thomas, H. C. 1762, wh. at the revo. adher. to the crown, and d. at London Apr. 1820. See the fine note by William T. Harris in Geneal. Reg. VII. 315. *JONATHAN, Billerica, youngest s. of Nicholas, b. prob. at Framlingham, Co. Suffk. came 1634 with his f. m. 22 Nov. 1655, Elizabeth d. of John Poulter, of Billerica, dec. had eleven ch.; Mary, b. 29 Jan. 1657 ; Elizabeth 27 May 1658 ; Jonathan ; John, wh. d. 7 Feb. 1661; a d. whose name is not certain, 23 Jan. 1661; Thomas, 29 Apr. 1670, d. at 3 mos.; Nicholas, 1 July 1671; and ano. John, 22 Feb. 1662, however, being the only ones kn. by me; exc. Ann, wh. m. 22 Jam 1690, Oliver Whiting; but of six s. only two, Jonathan, b. 1659, freem. 1690, and Samuel, 1666, left issue. He was, perhaps, freem. 1652, the first capt. of B. rep. 1684, disting. as surveyor of ld. town clk. 20 yrs. and d. 7 Sept. 1712, leav. wid. his sec. w. 

JONATHAN, Billerica, s. of the preced. m. 27 June 1682, Rebecca Parker of Billerica, had Rebecca, b. 30 June 1683; Thomas, 17 Mar. 1685; and Jonathan, 22 Mar. 1688. Perhaps the f. d. that yr. But in the Diary of Noadiah Russell, Geneal. Reg. VII. 57, it is told, that he d. 13 Nov. 1682. Yet this may easily be reconcil. by supposing Russell to mean the s. of Thomas, not of Jonathan; tho Bond mistook him for the latter. *NICHOLAS, Cambridge, from Framlingham, Co. Suff. came 1631, freem. [[vol. 2, p. 8]] 3 Mar. 1636, rep. 1636 and 7, d. Apr. 1638, leav. Thomas, wh. was b. 1622; Samuel, Sept. 1626, H. C. 1643; Jonathan, 29 Feb. 1628; Ann, prob. 1620, w. of Matthew Bridge; Lydia, w. of William Beaman; and the eldest, Elizabeth 1618, w. of Andrew Belcher, gr.mo. of Gov. Jonathan. His w. Elizabeth had d. 1629 in Eng. SAMUEL, Roxbury, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. came with his f. was freem. 1647, and again his name is giv. 1648, ord. as colleag. with Rev. John Eliot, 24 Sept. 1650, m. 5 Nov. 1651, Mary, youngest ch. of Rev. John Wilson of Boston, had Samuel, b. 14 Jan. 1653 "at nine o'clock at night," bapt. at Boston two days after by his gr.f. d. at 6 mos.; Mary, 24, bapt. 28 May 1654, d. at 5 and 1/2 yrs.; Elizabeth bapt. 13 July, tho. her b. was giv. in Geneal. Reg. 1656, d. at 3 and 1/2 yrs.; Sarah, 30 Oct. bapt. 7 Nov. 1658, d. at 1 yr.; these three in ten days; John, 8, bapt. 11 Nov. 1660, H. C. 1677; Mary, again, 13, bapt. 15 Mar. 1663; Elizabeth again, 9 Feb. 1665, d. at 7 and 1/2 yrs.; Samuel, again, b. 10, bapt. 16, but b. 18 Dec. 1666, acc. Geneal. Reg. VII.321, H. C. 1683; Sarah, again, 21, bapt. 27 Feb. 1670; Thomas, 3 Apr. 1672, d. in ten days; and Elizabeth again, 16 Oct. 1673, d. in few days; and the f. d. 19 Nov. 1674, in his 49th yr. and was bur. on Monday foll. Ellis in Hist. of Roxbury, p. 96, notes the d. as 1674, and the ch. as twelve, in both points foll. Farmer, and wisely repudiating the town rec. that makes it 1673. In both he is foll. Geneal. Reg. VII. 317 by a writer of scrupulous accuracy wh., however, miscounted his yrs. Farmer, Ellis, and Harris must, I presume, include a posthum. ch. as in the will anticipat.; and yet none of them give the name. His will, pro. 24 Dec. 1674, was made, say the witnesses, "The day immediately preced. his d." but we must go behind them to kn. the mo. or yr. His wid. m. Ruck, says Farmer, in Mem. of Harv. Grad. p. 32; but in his MS. notes upon his Gen. Reg. he spells the name Rocke. 

SAMUEL, Taunton, s. of the preced. ord. 1687, m. Hannah, d. of Rev. James Allen of Boston, had Elizabeth b. 29 July 1689; Mary, and Samuel, tw. 1 June 1691, both a. soon; James, 11, bapt. 13 Nov. 1692; Sarah, 18, bapt. 25 Nov. 1694; Samuel, 4, bapt. 10 Jan. 1697; Mary, again, 5, bapt. 11 Dec 1698; Hannah, 2, bapt. 8 Dec. 1700; Thomas, 22, bapt. 23 May 1703; John, 21, bapt. 25 Feb. 1705, d. next yr.; Martha, 2 Sept. 1707, d. soon; Bethia, 16 Aug. 1709; Rachel, 8 July 1711; and Nathaniel, 31 May 1714; and d. 14 Nov. 1727. Ten ch. outliv. him, and his wid. d. 3 Dec 1761. 

*THOMAS, Cambridge, eldest s. of Nicholas, b. in Eng. came with his f. freem. 10 May 1643, rep. 1657 and 8; assist. 1659-78, dept. gov. 1679-86, and again after the close of Andros's usurpat. He was appoint. Presid. 1680, for Maine, and in 1692, judge of Sup. Court for the horrible proceed. against witches. His w. d. 26 Mar. 1697; and he d. 5 Nov. 1699. He m. 23 Feb. 1644, Mary, d. of Henry Withington of Dorchester, had Sarah, h. 16 Apr. 1645, d. at six mos.; Sarah, again, [[vol. 2, p. 9]] or, as ano. rec. reads, Mary, 11 Nov. 1646; Mary, 20 Apr. 1649, a. soon; Mary, again, 28 July 1650; Samuel, 5 Oct. 1652, H. C. 1671, a good scholar, wh. d. at London of smallpox, 22 Dec. 1676; Thomas, 16 Dec. 1654; Jonathan, 27 Feb. 1657, d. in few wks.; Jonathan, again, 10, bapt. 13 Feb. 1659, H. C. 1679, d. 13 Nov. 1682; Joseph, 18, bapt. 22 Sept. 1661, d. at 2 yrs.; Benjamin, 20, bapt. 24 May 1663, d. at 3 mos.; Elizabeth 17, bapt. 29 Jan. 1665; and Bethia, bapt. 16 June 1667, d. next yr. Posterity is kn. only in the fem. line. His d. Mary bec. 2d w. of Thomas Brown of Sudbury, after mid. life, but in youth had m. Solomon Phipps, jr. of Charlestown, wh. d. soon; and Elizabeth m. 3 Oct. 1682, Francis Foxcroft. WILLIAM, Newbury 1667, b. only 14 yrs. bef. at London; perhaps was soldier in Dec. 1675, of Johnson's comp.; by first w. wh. d. 18 Oct. 1678, had no ch.; by sec. w. Sarah Thurlo had William; Mary; Richard, b. 31 Jan. 1680; John, 8 Dec. 1681, d. 1 Oct. 1772; Jonathan, 18 May 1685; Thomas, 11 Sept. 1688; Francis, 15 Mar. 1691; and Joseph, 12 May 1694. Descend. says Farmer are in New Hampsh. and some of them spell their name Danford. Eleven gr. at Harv. are all male line descend. of Nicholas.

DANIEL, or DANIELS, DAVID, Dover 1661-72. JAMES, Exeter, took o. of alleg. 30 Nov. 1677. JOSEPH, Falmouth 1680. Willis, I. 217. Perhaps he had been of Medfield 1649-78. JOHN, New London 1663, m. 19 Jan. 1665, Mary, d. of George Chappel, had John, b. 19. Jan. 1666; Mary, 12 Oct. 1667; Thomas, 30 Dec. 1669; Christian, 3 Mar. 1671; Hannah, 20 Apr.1674; Rachel, 27 Feb. 1676; Sarah, 10 Feb. 1679; Jonathan, 15 Oct. 1682; and Clement, whose date is not giv.; and d. 1709 or 10. JOHN, New London, s. of the preced. m. 3 Dec. 1685, Agnes Beebe, and d. 14 Jan. 1756, wanting, therefore, but 15 days of 90 yrs. RICHARD, Billerica 1675, liv. also at Andover, and is spoken of by Gookin in his acco. of the Ind. ROBERT, Watertown, rem. 1651 to Cambridge, freem. 14 Mar. 1639; had Robert, b. at C. 1 Dec. 1641; and his w. Elizabeth d. 2 Oct. 1643, and he d. at C. 6 .July 1655. His will of three days bef. names w. of uncertain letters, like Reana Andrews, wh. he m. only 2 May of the yr. 1654, and five ch., Elizabeth w. of Thomas Fanning; Samuel; and minors Joseph, Sarah, and Mary, the last of wh. was b. 2 Sept. 1642. His wid. m. Edmund Frost, as his third w. ROBERT, Sudbury, wh. d. there 1662, may have been 6. of the preced. or not. SAMUEL, Watertown 1652, then took o. of fidel., was s. of the first Robert, b. in Eng. and soon after the d. of his f. sold out his est. and rem. but was perhaps f. of Samuel of W. wh m. 10 May 1671, Mary Grant, and had Robert, b. 23 Apr. 1672; Samuel, 1 Apr. 1674, d. next yr.; and Joseph, 3 Feb. 1677. 

STEPHEN, Saybrook, perhaps, 1650; rem. to New Haven, m. Anna, or Hannah, d. of Thomas Gregson, had Joanna, b. 1 Sept. 1652; Elizabeth 1 Oct. 1655; [[vol. 2, p. 10]] Rebecca, 30 Jan. bapt. 28 Feb. 1658; and perhaps rem. but the fam. did not, for Joanna m. there 7 Dec. 1671, John Glover; Elizabeth m. 9 May 1682, John Winston; and Rebecca m. the same day, John Thompson; and Grigson's wid. gave, 1692, some prop. to her d. Anna D. STEPHEN, at Salem 1668, to a petit. against imposts sign. his name, and no more is kn. of him, by the Hist. Coll. of Essex Inst. II. 43, wherein we learn, that he m. 26 July 1666, Mary Prince, had Stephen, b. 6 Dec. 16 67, d. under 20 yrs.; John, 12 Apr. 1669; Mary, 13 July 1670; and his w. d. Oct. 1679. He m. 3 Dec. 1680, Susanna Hyde, had Susanna, 28 Aug. 1686. THOMAS, Cambridge, possib. s. of Robert, d. or was bur. 6 Nov. 1644. *THOMAS, Kittery 1652, rem. to Portsmouth, m. Bridget, d. of Richard Cutt, was a capt. and of the first counc. 1680, under Presid. John Cutt. His wid. m. 11 Dec. 1684, Thomas Graffort. WENTWORTH, Lynn 1640. Lewis. WILLIAM, Dorchester, freem. 1648, m. Catharine, d. of John Grinoway. A d. m. John Kingsley, and d. 1671. Ano. d. Hannah, m. 11 Feb. 1673, Benjamin Babcock. His will of 2 July 1678, ment. w. s. John, and Samuel, and d. Hannah. Alice Daniels had, says Felt, grant of ld. 1637, at Salem. Distinction of fam. with, or without final s is prob. to be universal. observ.

DANTS, or DANKS, ROBERT, Northampton 1671, m. Elizabeth wid. of John Webb, had Mehitable; Robert, wh. d. 1675; Elizabeth b. 1677; Robert, 1680; and Mercy, 1682. Elizabeth mo. or d. d. Dec. 1691; and he a. 24 Feb. 1692. The name was long, kept up, but is now extinct at N. yet whence he came is unkn. A Robert Dants, perhaps his f., was freem. 10 May 1643, of course belong. to some E. town of the col.

DARKE, THOMAS, Weymouth, of early, but not kn. date.

DARLEY, DENNIS, Braintree, an early sett. says Farmer. EDWARD, Boston, m. 25 Jan. 1660, Susanna Hooke.

DARLING, GEORGE, Lynn 1650-70, had Joseph, b. Mar. 1667; was of Marblehead 1674. Lewis; and Dana, s. JOHN, Braintree 1660-90, many yrs. was of Salem, may have been br. of George, and had w. Catharine. JOHN, Fairfield, m. Elizabeth d. of James Beers the first. THOMAS, Salem, only s. of John, it is said, was, with w. Joanna, of Salem 1690; had Mary, b. 16 Mar. 1691; and Margaret, 4 June 1695; Barry. Thirteen of this name had been gr. at the N. E. coll. in 1828.

DARMAN, JOHN, Braintree, had John, b. 1644, d. young; Joseph, 1645; and John, again, 1653.

DARRELL, JOHN, came in the Mary Ann from Great Yarmouth 1637, desiring to go to Salem; but no more is kn.

DARROW, or DARRAH, GEORGE, New London 1676, by w. Mary had Mary, bapt. Dec. 1678; George, Oct. 1680; Nicholas, May 1683; Jane, Apr. 1692, beside Richard; was a serj. d. a. 1704.

DART, AMBROSE, Boston, m. 24 June 1653, Ann, d. of William Addis of Gloucester, had William, b. 1 Jan. 1655. DANIEL, New London, eldest s. of Richard, m. 4 Aug. 1686, Elizabeth eldest d. of William Douglas sec., had Thomas, b. 8 July 1687; Elizabeth 14 Oct. 1689; Daniel, 31 Aug. 1691; John, 2 Dec. 1693; Maria, 13 Nov. 1695; Ebenzer, 16 May 1698; Abiah, 2 Dec. 1701; Lydia, 4 Nov. 1703; Samuel, 12 Dec. 1705; Jabez, 12 Mar. 1708; and Ruth, 26 Aug. 1711; and after rem. to Bolton. EBENEZER, New London, br. of the preced. by w. Mary had John, b. 11 Oct. 1707; Bethia, 12 Dec. 1709; and Mary, 19 Aug. 1711. RICHARD, New London 1664, by w. Bethia had Dinah, b. 13 Jan. 1665; Daniel, 3 May 1666; Richard, 7 May 1667; Roger, 22 Nov. 1670; Ebenezer, 18 Feb. 1673; Ann, 14 Feb. 1675; Bethia, 30 July 1677; Elizabeth 1 Dec. 1679; Sarah, 10 June 1681; and Mary, 1685. He took sec w. Mary, wid. of William Wadley of Saybrook, and for ano. w. he took, 3 Dec. 1680, Susanna, wid. prob. of Isaac Hyde, d. 24 Sept. 1724, aged 89. Ann m. Aug. 1699, John Morgan. RICHARD, New London, s. of the preced. m. 22 June 1699, Elizabeth Strickland, perhaps d. of Peter, had only ch. nam. on rec. Peter, b. 9 Apr. 1709. ROGER, New London, m. 24 July 1717, Prudence Beckwith, had Lucy, b. 10 May 1722; Ann, 31 May 1724; Roger, 14 July 1726; Richard, 20 Dec. 1728; William, 12 Dec. 1730; Prudence, 5 Dec. 1732; Hannah, 25 July 1735; Margaret, 1 Mar. 1737; and Solomon, 10 Apr. 1739.

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DARVALL, DARVILL, or DARVELL, ROBERT, Sudbury, an orig. propr. d. 26 Feb. 1662; had Elizabeth; and by w. Esther had Mary, b. 10 May 1642; and Dorothy, nam. in the will of their gr.f. of 16 Jan. 1662, in wh. he gave the mo. 5 and 1/2 acres of ld. at Norchurch in Co. Herts "commonly call. Harrot's end." Elizabeth his d. perhaps by a former u. m. at S. 30 Nov. 1654, the sec. Peter Noyes. He also names d. Mary D. wh. m. that yr. Joseph Noyes, neph. of Peter. WILLIAM, Boston 1674, merch.

DASSETT, JOHN, Braintree, one of the founders of the ch. 17 Sept. 1639, freem. 13 May 1640, had Joseph, b. and a. Dec. 1642, wh. may have been his youngest ch. for his div. of lds. 24 Feb. 1640, was for seven heads. His name in Geneal. Reg. IX. 142, is distort. to Deffet. He d. 1677, his will of Mar. in that yr. was pro. 27 Apr. foll. It gave all to his s. John. Mary, his d. perhaps, b. in Eng. m. John Biggs, and 2d Capt. John Minot. JOHN, Braintree, perhaps s. of the preced. m. 15 Sept. 1662, Hannah, d. of Thomas Flynt of Concord, as one report is, tho. I think a better is, 15 Nov. as the town rec. to Ann, d. of Rev. Henry Flynt, had John, b. 2 May 1664; I suppose, Joseph, next, 14 Oct. 1666, H. C. 1687, wh. d. much lament. says Sewall, and was bur. 23 July 1693; Mary, 27 Sept. 1670; and Sarah, 1 Dec. 1673. His f. had rem. to Boston shortly bef. his d. and this s. a cordwainer of good est., was prob. the freem. of 1657. He d. 1699; admin. was giv. 14 Sept. to wid. Martha and s. John. His wid. perhaps m. Timothy Dwight.

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