Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,
By James Savage
[[vol. 2, p. 364]] Harris Continued
Oct. 1668; next, 1 Apr. 1671; next, 11 May 1673; and next, 10 Nov. 1675. But the rec. at Newport dif. has one mo. earlier date for the b. of Thomas, Richard, and William. THOMAS, Ipswich 1636, perhaps br. of Anthony, had ld. in Rowley 1644, m. 15 Nov. 1647, Martha, d. of Margaret Lake, had Thomas, b. 5 Aug. 1648; Martha, 8 Jan. 1651; John, 7 Jan. 1653; Elizabeth 8 Feb. 1655; Margaret, 6 Aug. 1657; Mary, 31 Jan. 1660; William, 12 Dec. 1661; and Ebenezer; perhaps others; but only John, William, and Ebenezer, with his w. are ment. in his will of 16 July, pro. 14 Sept. 1687. Thomas and Elizabeth are named in the will of the gr.mo. Lake; and Margaret had, bef. 1680, m. John Staniford. THOMAS, Providence, not s. of Thomas of the same, call. junr. when he took the o. of alleg. the same day with him; but ano. THOMAS junr. of Providence sw. to his alleg. May 1682, was then, if s. of the first Thomas of the same, in his 17th yr. the right milit. age, and he m. Phebe Brown, but of what fam. is not kn. THOMAS, a Quaker, came from R. I. 1658, to Boston, was fined, imprison. and cruelly treated. In July 1659 he was at Shelter Isl. witness to the will of Lawrence Southwick, ano. confessor, escap. from the ferocious bigotry of Mass.
THOMAS, Charlestown, m. 25 Feb. 1686 Hepzibah Croswell, perhaps d. of Thomas, wh. d. 1717, had Thomas, bapt. 6 Feb. 1687; Hepzibah, 8 Sept. 1689; William, 29 May 1692; Silence, 11 Feb. 1694; and William, 3 Nov. 1700. THOMAS, Boston, butcher, by first had Jane, who m. first a Smith, and, next, Robert Gold of Hull. He m. sec. w. 1679, Rebecca, wid. of John Croakham, d. of Abraham Josselyn, had Samuel, b. 23 July 1680; Rebecca, 8 Nov. 1681; three named Thomas; and Mary; all of wh. d. young Mehitable, 8 Feb. 1691; and Benjamin, 21 Oct. 1694; and d. 5 Jan. 1698. This youngest ch. m. 15 Mar. 1716, Sarah, wid. of John Matthews, d. of John Cary, had only s. Cary, b. 10 Feb. 1721, who was f. of William, b. 7 July 1744, a sch.-master at Charlestown, but bec. an officer in the army of the Revo. 1776, d. 30 Oct. 1778, leav. only surv. s. the late learned Rev. Dr. Thaddeus Mason H. of Dorchester, H. C. 1787. THOMAS, Boston, by w. Sarah had Mary, b. 3 Oct. 1677. THOMAS, Killingworth, d. 1697, leav. ch. Mary, aged 13; Thomas, 8; Nathaniel, 3; and Samuel, 1. THOMAS, Middletown, s. of Daniel the first, had two ws. of wh. one may have been Sarah, wid. of Thomas Miller, but nothing is kn. of either; and d. 1700. THOMAS, Concord, m. 17 Sept. 1688, Mary Shepard, had Thomas, b. 22 Nov. 1689. THOMAS, New London, eldest s. of Gabriel, m. Mary, d. of capt. Daniel Wetherell, had only ch. Mary, b. 4 Nov. 1690; d. at Barbados, 9 June 1691, leav. good est. to make his ch. the richest in town. His wid. m. 1694, George Denison. *TIMOTHY, Rowley, 8. of John of the same, m. 24 Aug. 1682, Phebe Pearson, d. prob. of John, had Joseph, b. 1686; John, 1695; and Stephen, 1700; beside seven ds. He was rep. 1720-2.
TIMOTHY, Brookline, s. of Robert, m. 9 Apr. 1697, Abigail, d. of Thomas Morey. TOLERATION, Providence, s. of William of the same, sw. alleg. May 1666, was k. by the Ind. 1675. WALTER, Weymouth 1632, came in[[vol. 2, p. 365]] the William and Francis, freem. 2 June 1641, in 1649 was of Dorchester, rem. to New London 1633, with w. Mary, and ch. Gabriel, bef. ment. and Thomas (who went to Eng. a. the time of d. of his f. but was not heard of after); and d. 6 Nov. 1654. His wid. Mary, d. 24 Jan. 1656. WILLIAM, Salem 1635, br. of Thomas of Providence, rem. with Roger Williams to build Providence 1636, had bitter controv. 3 few yrs. after with W. and so all the planta. were div. into two factions, one for H. ano. for W. the gravamen being, question as to a right to ld. at Pautuxet betw. Warwick and Providence. He took o. of alleg. to Charles II. 31 May 1666, at P. and eight yrs. later was oblig. to go to Eng. to secure the interpos. of the crown as to the ld. controv. for wh. see the k.'s response to Gov. Winthrop in Conn. Col. Rec. II. 586, return. soon after the outbreak of Philip's war to Providence; there staid thro. the war of 1675; in 1678, hav. made his will, 4 Dec. in his 68th yr. as he says, he went for home to support the cause of Pautuxet proprs. emb. at Boston in the Unity, Capt. Condy, but on 24 Jan. 1679, was taken by an Algerine corsair, and sold in Barbary. After more than a year's slavery, he was redeem. at a high rate; Connecticut for wh. Col. he had been engag. in some agency paying £400, in part of it, as Judge Staples assures me, travell. thro. Spain and France, and reached London in 1680, and d. at the ho. of his friend, John Stokes, in three days. The will of 4 Dec. 1678, was pro. 20 Feb. 1682. His wid. Susanna was not perhaps the mo. of all his ch. Andrew, b. 1634 or 5, bef. ment.; Mary, who m. 1663, Thomas Burden; Howlong, who bec. sec. or third w. of Arthur Fenner in Dec. 1684, d. without ch.; and Toleration, 1645. WILLIAM, Charlestown 1642, br. of Anthony, and prob. brot. by his mo. the wid. Elizabeth in youth, rem. to Rowley, thence to Charlestown again, and in few yrs. to Middletown; by w. Edith had Hannah, b. prob. at Charlestown; Mary, b. 1 Mar. 1646 at R.; Martha; Elizabeth; and Patience; of wh. Martha who m. 13 July 1667, Joseph Coit of New London, was b. prob. at C. may have been the others. Hannah m. 8 Feb. 1675, Francis Whitmore; Mary, m. John Ward 18 Apr. 1664, and a. 1684, Josiah Gilbert; Elizabeth m. Edward Foster; and Patience m. Daniel Markham; all of M. sooner or later. His w. d. 5 Aug. 1685, and he m. Lydia, wid. of Joseph Smith; but he liv. to 1717.
WILLIAM, Boston, by w. Hannah had William, b. 25 Mar. 1672, d. at 16 yrs.; John, Nov. 1673, d. next yr. Hannah; Hezekiah; both d. young; Elizabeth 11 Sept. 1680; Mercy, 26 July 1682; Hezekiah, again, 8 Apr. 1684; John, 9 Aug 1686; and Samuel, 23 Oct. 1688. WILLIAM, Middletown, s. of the first Daniel, m. 8 Jan. 1690, Martha Collins, prob. d. of Samuel, had Mary, b. 19 Feb. 1692; Sibil, 30 Apr. 1695; William, 20 May 1697; and Prudence, 1 Jan. 1701.
WILLIAM, Boston, merch. d. bef. 29 Apr. 1684, leav. William, b. of first w. and sec. w. Susan, who d. 1702, in her will giv. prop. to s.-in-law WILLIAM, whom I presume to be the merch. that was saved in the earthquake that swallowed up Port Royal 1692, [[vol. 2, p. 366]] wh. m. 11 Apr. 1695, Sarah, d. of Richard Crisp, and one of the found. of Brattle str. ch. and d. 22 Sept. 1721. His wid. m. 5 Apr. foll. Presid. Leverett; and 15 July 1725, John Clark; and 6 May 1731, Rev. Benjamin Colman, and surv. him. In the Hercules from Sandwich, 1635, came Parnel H. of the parish of Bow, London, but we are not told whether she were wid. w. or maid. Eight of this name had, in 1828, been gr. at Harv. and none at Yale, four at Dart. sixteen at the other N. E. and N. J. coll. as Farmer found.
HARRISON, EDWARD, Boston, perhaps br. of Rev. Thomas, came from Virginia, where, says the rec. he was a mem. of the ch. by .Elinor had Joseph,b. 20 May 1646; and John, bapt.here 21 May 1648. One of the name, apparently unm. d. at Hartford some few yrs. bef. and his inv. is in Trumbull, Col. Rec. I. 474. ISAAC, Hadley, m. 1671, Martha, d. of Richard Montague, had Abigail, and Sarah, was k. by the Ind. 19 May 1676, after the Falls fight. JOHN, Salisbury 1640, a ropemaker, by w. Grace had John, b. 26 June 1642, d. prob. young; rem. 1643, to Boston, and in Feb. foll. with his w. Grace was rec. into our ch. from that, freem. 2 June 1641, perhaps had other ch. bef.; and by w. Persis, wid. of William Bridge, d. of Thomas Pierce, had John, b. here 2 Apr. 1652; Elizabeth 2 Aug. 1653; Bethia, 7 Sept. 1658; Ebenezer, 31 May 1660; and Abraham, 3 Sept. 1661; beside Isaac, 18 June 1664. He had also, Ann, wh. bec. w. of John Marion, the sec. JOHN, Wethersfield, merch. freem. of Conn. 1657, d. 3 Aug. 1666, leav. large est. three ds. Rebecca, Mary, and Sarah. His wid. Catharine, of unpleasant temper, was indict. as a witch, and found guilty; but the Court had more sense than the jury, set aside the verdict, and advis. the prisoner to rem. out of the reach of her timid or malignant neighb. MARK, sign. a memor. to the Gen. Court of Mass. 1654, wh. may be seen in Hutch Coll. 255.
NICHOLAS, Dover 1675-1707. RICHARD, and RICHARD, jr. were of New Haven 1644, of wh. the sen. d. 25 Oct. 1653; and the jr. had Samuel; Benjamin, b. 30 July 1655; John, wh. d. 1675, unm.; Joseph; George; and Daniel; and rem. to Newark, N. J. where all. exc. John, it is said, were heads of fams. THOMAS, came from Virginia, where he was min. whose teach. was not agreeable to Sir William Berkley, the royal Gov. 1648, here, by Dorothy, d. of Hon. Samuel Symonds of Ipswich, had Elizabeth bapt. 28 Oct. 1649, a. 7 days old; and next yr. went to Eng. was a celebr. preach. in London, says Calamy, II. 122, and succeed. Dr. Thomas Goodwin, perhaps, when Cromwell sent the latter to Oxford as Presid. of Magdalen Coll.
THOMAS, New Haven 1654, m. a. 1656 the wid. of the first John Thompson of the same, had Thomas, b. 1 Mar. 1657, and Nathaniel, 13 Dec. 1658; Elizabeth Jan. 1667, when her mo. d.; was prob. of Branford, 1667, had m. 29 Mar. 1667, as sec. w. Elizabeth Stent or Stint of B. THOMAS, Branford, s. of the preced. m. Margaret Stent, d. of his mo.-in-law, had Lydia, b. 1690; Jemima, 1692; Thomas, 12 Oct. 1694; Abigail, 17 Nov. 1696; Benjamin, 7 Aug. 1698; Joseph, 25 May 1700; David, 7 Feb. 1702; Aaron, 4 Mar. 1704; and Jacob, 23 Oct. 1708, as set forth in Bronson╒s Waterbury, p. 495. But I have had a widely differ. statem. of ch. WILLIAM, came in the Pied Cow, 1635, aged 55, from London, but we kn. no more. WILLIAM, Boston, the bodice maker, as he is call. [[vol. 2, p. 367]] by Ch. J. Sewall, when he disparaging. ment. that he was "the first bur. with the com. prayer book in B. that he kn. of," under date 5 Aug. 1686.
HARROD, JOHN, Boston, had John, bapt. 4 May 1651, and perhaps by w. Rachel, that Jeremiah, bapt. 8 June 1656. JOHN, Salem, m. 4 July 1659, but his w. is not told in Essex Inst. II. 150, wh. names his ch. John, b. 10 Jan. 1661; and Jonathan, 16 Apr. 1662; both d. in few days aft. John, again, 28 Apr. 1664; Jonathan, again, 18 June 1666; David, 23 June 1668; and Alice, 28 Nov. 1672. JOHN, Warwick, m. 24 Dec. 1666, Elizabeth d. of John Cooke of the same. JOHN, Boston, perhaps s. of the first John, by w. Susanna had Hannah, b. 31 Mar. 1687. THOMAS, Boston 1680, when Mr. Drake says he was a juror in a sad witchcraft trial. Perhaps Harwood is sometimes the true name.
HART, EDMUND, Dorchester, came prob. in the Mary and John, 1630, rem. to Weymouth, was freem. 14 May 1634, was liv. in 1664, and may be the man of Westfield, k. by lightning 1673, whose s. Elisha d. 1683, infirm in mind, and whose ds. were Sarah, w. of John Score; Martha, b. 12 Oct. 1640, w. of Edward Neale; and one, w. of John Greet. EPHRAIM, Weymouth, perhaps br. of Edmund. ISAAC, Watertown, came 1637, as serv. to Richard Carver, emb. at Yarmouth, was from Scratby, a parish, next N. of Great Ormsby, in that vicin. but Mr. Drake in Geneal. Reg. XIV. 326, makes it Scratley, aged 22; Lynn 1640, rem. to Reading 1647; had Elizabeth b. 11 Dec. 1651; Samuel, 19 Feb. 1657; and his d. Rebecca d. 1 June 1670. His d. Elizabeth m. 11 Dec. 1667, John Winborne at Malden. ISAAC, Lynn, had w. charg. as a witch, 1692. JOHN, Salem 1637, came in the William and Francis, emb. at London in Mar. 1632; went home, and came again, 1635, aged 40, With his w. Mary, 31, in the James from London, was a shipwright, of Marblehead 1648, of Boston 1651, d. 1656, one of his latest acts being the harboring of a stranger, for wh. he was fin. 10s. His d. Judith m. Robert Ratchell, or Rachell, and next, 30 Nov. 1660, Thomas Rease, or 3 Dec. 1663, Philip Bullis, both having rec. evidence of such union with the wid. JOHN, s. of Stephen, perhaps brot. from Eng. with his f. rem. to Farmington, and was freem. of Conn. 1654, had Sarah, bapt. 23 Oct. 1653; John, 1655; and Stephen, 1657; in wh. yr. all the fam. exc. hims. and s. John, wh. was abs. that night, were burnt with his ho. He d. 1666, but his s. John took devise of est. in 1683, under the will of gr.f. JOHN, Portsmouth 1665.
JONATHAN, Salem, m. Nov. 1671, Lydia, d. of the first John Neal, had Lydia, b. 5 Jan. foll.; Jonathan, 14 Apr. 1673; and John, 6 June 1675; unless there be error in figures of Essex Inst. II. 153. JOSEPH, Lynn, m. 24 June 1684, Ruth Chadwell. LAWRENCE, Newbury, m. 12 Feb. 1679, Dorothy Jones, had Lucy, b. 31 Dec. 1679; Mary, 17 July 1681, d. in few days; Ann, 20 Sept. 1682, d. young; Charles, 12 May 1684; Ann, again, 12 Oct. 1685; Lawrence, 16 Apr. 1687; and John, 18 Apr. 1689. NATHANIEL, Ipswich, 1636. NICHOLAS, Taunton 1643, excom. there, came to Boston and next yr. or the foll. was the occasion of excom. of Sarah, w. of Benjamin Keayne, d. of Gov. Thomas Dudley.
RICHARD, Portsmouth, R. I. had Alice 7 Apr. 1687, George Pierce, and perhaps other ch. SAMUEL, Lynn 1640, had Mary, who d. 20 Sept. 1657; Hannah, b. Apr. 1657; Joseph, 10 Apr. 1659; Abigail, 15 Nov. 1660; John, 3 Aug. 1666, d. at 14 mos.; Rebecca, 27 Jan. 1668; Ezekiel, 28 Apr. 1669, d. in few days; and his w. [[vol. 2, p. 368]] Mary, prob. d. of Edmund Needham, wh. in his will, June 1677, calls H. s.-in-law, and giv. to some of the ch. who may have been mo. of all the preced. d. 24 Dec. 1671. He m. 29 Jan. 1674, Mary Whiting, but Lewis made the name Witteridge; had John, who d. 4 Jan. 1676; and william, b. 30 July foll. His wid. m. 5 Mar. 1684, William Beal, says Lewis. But of ano. SAMUEL, wh. d. at sea, inv. was brot. into Ct. June 1671. SAMUEL, Lynn, call. jr. may have been s. of the preced. m. 4 Jan. 1681, Elizabeth d. of Robert Ingalls, had Elizabeth b. 22 Oct. 1681, and his W. d. in few days. He m. 9 June 1684, Abigail Lambard, had Samuel, 17 Sept. 1685.
*STEPHEN, Cambridge 1632, perhaps br. of first John, or of Edmund, or both, freem. 14 May 1634, rem. to Hartford, was deac. of Hooker╒s ch. thence to Farmington, where he was rep. 1647, and most of the time foll. to 1660, was one of the found. of the ch. 1652, and its deac.; had John, Stephen, Thomas, beside ds. Sarah w. of Thomas Porter, and Mary, w. of John Lee; had no ch. by his sec. w. Margaret, wid. of Arthur Smith; and d. 1683. His wid. long outliv. him. STEPHEN, Farmington, s. of the preced. d. 1689, leav. Stephen, aged 27; Thomas, 23; John, 20; Samuel, 17; Sarah, 14; Ann, 11; and Mary, 7. *THOMAS, New Haven 1645, perhaps of Ipswich 1648, may be the same man of Newport, wh. m. Freeborn, d. of Roger Williams, had John, James, and Mary, wh. m. Samuel Cranston; and he d. bef. 1674. His wid. m. 1683, as third w. Gov. Walter Clark. One Thomas was a soldier in Gallop's comp. for the ill-star. attempt against Quebec in 1690.
THOMAS, Farmington, s. of first Stephen, d. 27 Aug. 1726 in 83d yr.; fill. many civil and milit. offices, was rep. sev. yrs. m. Ruth, d. of Anthony Howkins, had Thomas, bapt. 4 Apr. 1680; John, 23 Apr. 1682; Hezekiah, 23 Nov. 1684; and Josiah, 5 Dec. 1686; beside Mary, Benjamin, and Howkins. His w. was Mary, wh. d. 9 Oct. 1724. THOMAS, Lynn 1692, petitnr. for relief to his mo. long confin. in Boston gaol on charge of witchcraft, his f. being too old to help. See the docum. in Hist. Coll. of the Essex Inst. I. 58.
HARTFORD, WILLIAM, a soldier at Northampton, Apr. 1676, in Turner's comp. from Boston or Charlestown. Drake's index changes the name to Hartley.
HARTLEY, RICHARD, New London 1656, a shopkeeper, from Stanfield, Co. York, where he left w. Mary, and only ch. Martha; freem. 1658, was a serg. d. 7 Aug. 1662.
HARTSHORN, BENJAMIN, Reading, freem. 1691, was prob. s. of Thomas, d. says the gr.stone 3 May 1694. DAVID, and JOSEPH, Reading, perhaps brs. of the preced. serv. in Philip's war as soldiers at Hadley Apr. 1676, and were freem. 1691. THOMAS, Reading one of the first sett. freem. 1648; had Thomas, b. 30 Sept. 1648; Benjamin, 8 Apr. 1654; Jonathan, 20 Aug 1656; David, 18 Oct. 1637; Susan, 2 Mar. 1660; and his w. Susan d. a few days after. He m. 10 Apr. 1661, ano. w. Sarah, wid. of William Lamson, had Timothy, 23 Feb. foll. THOMAS, Haverhill, Perhaps s. of the preced. took o. of fidel. 28 Nov. 1677. TIMOTHY, Reading, freem. 1691, was perhaps s. of the preced.
HARTUB, or HARTOPP, WILLIAM, Duxbury 1643.
HARTWAY, ABRAHAM, Dedham, a soldier of Moseley's comp. Dec. 1675.
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HARTWELL, JOHN, Concord, s. of William, m. 1 June 1664, Priscilla Wright; had Ebenezer, b. 28 Feb. 1665; John, 15 Apr. 1667; Samuel, 9 Oct. 1673; Sarah, 22 Feb. 1678; Joseph, 24 Jan. 1680; and William. His w. d. 3 May 1681, and by sec. w. of unkn. name, he had Elizabeth Jonathan, and Edward, the last in 1689. He was freem. 1690, and d. 12 Jan. 1704. SAMUEL, Concord, br. of the preced. m. 26 Oct. 1665, Ruth, d. prob. of Obadiah Wheeler, had Samuel, b. 2 Oct. 1666; Mary, 16 Feb. 1668; Ruth, 17 Oct. 1669; William, 19 Aug. 1671; John, 18 June 1673; Hannah, 8 Oct. 1675; Elizabeth 22 Oct. 1677; Sarah, 10 July 1679; Abigail, 1 May 1681; Rebecca, 14 Feb. 1683; and Jane, 30 Nov. 1684. His w. d. 19 Dec. 1703. WILLIAM, Concord, an early sett. prob. 1636, liv. in the pt. now Lincoln, was a valua. citiz. quartermaster in milit. serv. had William, b. 1638; John, 23 Feb. 1641; Mary, 1643; Samuel, 26 Mar. 1645; Martha, 25 Apr. 1649; and Sarah; was freem. 18 May 1642; a petnr. for gr. of Chelmsford, d. 12 Mar. 1690, aged 90. His first w. was Jessie, had other ch. Jonathan, and Nathaniel, but their dates of b. or d. or m. are unkn. He came, says tradit. from Kent; had, in 1644, or earlier, sec. w. Susan, in the rec. made mo. of Samuel, who d. 6 Aug. 1695. Six of this name had been gr. 1834, at Harv. Yale, Dart. and Brown.
HARVARD, JOHN Charlestown, b. near London, prob. for on his entry at the Univ. he is call. of Middlesex, educ. at Emanuel, where he was adm. 1628, and matric. with the rank of pensioner, 7 July 1631, his A. B. was of 1631-2, and A. M. 1635, came here in 1637, and on first Sunday in Aug. unit. with the ch. freem. 2 Nov. of that yr. and d. 14 Sept. of next. Half his est. £779,17. 2, he left to the coll. wh. perpet. his ever honored name. His w. Ann is thot. to have been d. of Mr. Sadler of Patcham in Sussex, prob. had by him no ch. and she m. I believe, in 1639, Thomas Allen, who, 9 June, was dism. from Boston ch. to the ch. of C. "on their and his desire," and next yr. bec. collea. with Rev. Zechary Symmes, until he went home to his native city of Norwich, a. 1650. HARVEY,
*EDMUND, Milford 1639, a merch. brot. two ds. one 9 yrs. the other 4, and perhaps a w. but prob. was a widower, and m. a. 1640, Martha, had Josiah, bapt. 27 Dec. 1640; and Hannah, b. 1646; rem. to Fairfield, it may be, some yrs. bef. was rep. 1647, and d. 22 May 1648, leav. a d. then in Eng. aged 22; two more, aged 18, and 14 yrs. all by former w. but none of these three ds. are nam. His wid. m. Nathan Gould. Trumbull, in the Index to his inval. Col. Rec. has given the bapt. name Edward, but this is wrong; in his text it conforms to the rec. in abbrev. form, Ed. Lambert has the same error; and Chapin, 44, adds to it by claim. him for Wethersfield. GEORGE, Gloucester, s. of Peter, at Salem, by w. Sarah, had Sarah, Nehemiah, Rose, and perhaps George; and at G. had Benjamin, b. 1697. His s. GEORGE at G. m. 1713, Sarah Butman, wh. d. 20 Nov. 1718; and he m. 1720, Patience York, and d. 24 Nov. 1724, aged 37, leav. s. Nehemiah.
JOACHIM, Newcastle or Great [[vol. 2, p. 370]] Isl. N. H. freem. 1669, d. a. 1678. JOHN, Lyme, or New London, 1682, d. 1705, had only ch. John, and Elizabeth Prob. he was first of Newbury, and a soldier in the gr. Narraganset fight, of Maj. Appleton's comp. 19 Dec. 1675, in wh. he was wound. but not disabled, if he be the same wh. took o. of fidel. at Amesbury 20 Dec. 1677. JOSEPH, from Earlscolne in Essex, d. on his passage, and spoke of br. John of Wethersfield in old Eng. for his nuncup. will is in Geneal. Reg. II. 181. JOSIAH, Fairfield, only s. of Edmund, m. a d. of Thomas Staples, d. early in 1698, leav. wid. Mary, four ch. Mary Jenners, Abigail Peat, Martha, unm. and Thomas. MATTHIAS, Hempstead, L. I. had rem. there, I suppose, after m. a. 1655, Mary, wid. of Robert Cole. PETER, Salem, m. Jan. 1670, Harriet, d. of Humphrey Gilbert, had Peter, b. 10 Feb. 1671; David, 20 Sept. 1672; Hannah, 1 July 1674; John, 14 Apr. 1676; Mary, 25 Mar. 1678; and Sarah, 15 Apr. 1680; had Peter, b. 10 Feb. 1671; David, 20 Sept. 1672; Hannah, 1 June 1674; John, 14 Apr. 1676; Mary, 25 Mar. 1678; and Sarah, 15 Apr. 1680; and he was a. 1692, shipbuilder, may have been br. of George, aged 46, and Henry, 43, impress. next yr. by a frigate, as they came home from a fishing voyage. Felt, Ann. II. 214. He m. Jan. 1670, Hannah Gilbert, had Peter, b. 10 Feb. 1671; David, 20 Sept. 1672; Hannah, 1 July 1674; John, 14 Apr. 1676; Mary, 25 Mar. 1678; and Sarah, 15 Apr. 1680. See Essex Inst II. 152. RICHARD, a tailor, came from London in the Planter, 1635, aged 22, with Ann, perhaps his w. 22, but it is not kn. what bec. of them. He may be the foll.
RICHARD, Concord, had tw. ds. b. 25 and 26 Nov. 1639, soon d. as did the mo. Margaret in 7 days. He may have rem. to Stratford; by ano. w. had Elizabeth b. 25 July 1644; Mary, 15 Sept. 1647; and Sarah, 13 Feb. 1650; was liv. Apr. 1659. Perhaps he was of Salem, and his d. Sarah d. there, 26 Dec. 1659, and he had a s. b. Sept. foll. Elizabeth m. ---- Hide; and Mary m. Thomas Jeffrys. THOMAS, perhaps of Amesbury, m. 1643, Elizabeth d. of James Wall of Hampton; and they were liv. 1663, and he, perhaps, 1683. THOMAS, Taunton 1643. *THOMAS, Amesbury, capt. freem. 1690, rep. 1691 and 2, bef. and after new chart. *WILLIAM, Plymouth, m. 1639, Joanna, rem. to Taunton, of wh. he was one of the purch. 1637, was rep. 1664, and 13 yrs. after. WILLIAM, Boston, by w. Joan had Abigail, b. 25 Apr. 1640; Thomas, 18 Dec. 1641; Experience, 4, bapt. 10 Mar. 1644; Joseph, 8, bapt. 14 Dec. 1645; and I presume the same man by w. Martha had William, 27 Aug. 1651; Thomas,again, 16 Aug. 1652; and John, 5 Feb. 1655. He d. 15 Aug. 1658, and his wid. m. 10 Nov. 1659, Henry Tewksbury.
HARWOOD, or HARWARD, EDWARD, New Haven 1641. GEORGE, Boston, carpenter, by w. Jane had John, b. 4 July 1639; Joanna, 10 Dec. 1642; both bapt. 5 Mar. 1643; and Deliverance, who d. in Feb. 1641, prob. few days old; perhaps rem. to New London a. 1651. Of this name, also, was a disting. merch. of London, who was treasr. of our col. 1629 and never came over the water. HENRY, Charlestown, came with w. Elizabeth in the fleet, no doubt, with Winthrop req. adm. 19 Oct. 1630, and was made freem. 4 Mar. 1633, had John, bapt. 3 June 1632, and in Oct. foll. was one of the found. of the ch. at Charlestown, being dism. from the Boston ch. with w. for that purpose. His life was shorten. by the extraord. suffering in a storm, ment. by Winthrop I. 39, and I believe he d. as early as 1635.
HENRY, Salem 1638, freem. 28 Feb. 1643, had w. Elizabeth and d. Elizabeth wh. m. Matthew Nixon; d. a. 1664. HENRY, Boston, shoemaker, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 3 Apr. [[vol. 2, p. 371]] 1665; Henry, 23 Feb. 1667; Hannah, 17 Jan. 1669; Elizabeth again, 17 May 1671; and Henry, again, 2 Jan. 1674; rem. to Casco 1675; had command of the forces there bef. 1683, then went back to Boston. Willis, I. 141, 181.
JAMES, Boston, of wh. I kn. no more but that his f. William, of Biddeford, in Devon, sent over, in 1655, to collect what was due to this s. so that it may seem he was then d. JOHN, Boston 1645, freem. 1649, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth bapt. 17 Mar. 1650, a. 4 days old; Hezekiah, 27 Apr. 1653, d. next yr.; Hannah, 6 Mar. 1655. He was a merch. call. taylor on adm. of our ch. 25 Dec. 1647; perhaps s. of first treasr. sold his est. 1657, to br. Thomas Scottow, went home,and in 1677 was of London, but directing his s. John in import. operat. My suspicion is strong, that his name being sometimes spoken quick, became Harrod in some ears. JOHN', Boston, s. prob. of the preced. by w. Hannah had John, b. 7 June 1677. JOHN, New London, s. of George, bef. ment. had John, who d. 1726, without issue, and was the last of the name at that place. NATHANIEL, Boston, by w. Elizabeth had William, b. 28 Mar. 1665. Perhaps he rem. to Concord, and was freem. of 1690. ROBERT, Boston, baker, by w. Joanna had Thomas, b. 31 Jan. 1674. THOMAS, Boston, m. 7 July 1654, wid. Rachel Woodward (whose former was Robert), d. of John Smith, the tailor, had Rachel, b. 20 June 1655, d. next yr.; Jeremiah, 4 June 1656; Ann, 26 Aug. 1657, d. 15 Aug. foll.; Rachel, again, 28 Feb. 1661; and Benjamin, 4 Feb. 1663.
HASELTINE. See HAZELTINE.
HASEMAN, NATHANIEL, Braintree 1662.
HASEY, JOSEPH, Boston, prob. s. of William, freem. 1690. || WILLIAM, Boston, by w. Sarah had William, b. 15 Sept. 1652; Asa, 1 Jan. 1655; Joseph, 29 May 1657; and Susanna, 30 May 1660; by sec. w. Judith had William, again, 21 Dec. 1679; and Jacob, 28 Aug. 1684; was of ar. co. 1652; liv. at Rumney Marsh, now Chelsea, and d. June 5, leav. wid. Judith. I presume he was freem. 1665, spelt Hazzey. Others of the name were at Chelsea, and it has been wide spread. Three of the name are among gr. of H. C. bef. 1791.
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