Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,
By James Savage
HUBBARD,ANTHONY, prob. of Dedham 1648, as in the will of Michael Bacon, nam. See Geneal. Reg. VII. 231. BENJAMIN, Charlestown 1633, with w. Alice, prob. came with his mo. Elizabeth wh. d. at Boston 6 Jan. 1644;, hav. in her will eight days bef. as is seen in Geneal. Reg. III. 77, other ch. Hannah, Sarah, and Rachel; but inq. who was his f. or her h. is disheartening; and we may presume be was d. bef. they left Eng.; freem. 3 Sept. 1634, was in 1636, one of only a doz. householders, enjoying prefix of respect, a cautious friend of Wheelwright, there was made clk. of the writs Dec. 1641; and perhaps rem. to Boston; [[vol. 2, p. 483]] ton; had Benjamin, b. 24, bapt. 30 Mar. 1634; Elizabeth 4 Apr. bapt. 16 May 1636; Thomas, 31 May, bapt. 3 June 1639; Hannah, 16 Dec. 1641; and James, 9 Sept. 1644; all at Charlestown. But he certain. went home, and wrote to Gov. Winthrop a letter from London, 1644, speak. in it of his "invention concerning longitude." He d. 28 Oct. 1660.
DANIEL, Guilford, s. of George of the same, m. 17 Nov. 1664, Elizabeth Jordan, had Daniel, b. 1 Aug. 1666; Elizabeth 3 Jan. 1669; Ebenezer, 18 Aug. 1673; Mary, 16 Feb. 1676; John, 14 Dec. 1678; and Abigail; and d. 1720. DANIEL, Middletown, s. of George of the same, m. 24 Feb. 1670, Mary Clark, had only Daniel, b. 1673, and she d. 24 Dec. of that yr. He m. 16 Oct. 1675, Sarah, d. of William Cornwell, had Margaret, 20 July 1676, d. young; Mary, 16 Jan. 1678; Sarah, 10 Mar. 1681; Mehitable, 18 Aug. 1683; Mary, again, 23 Mar. 1686; and he d. 9 Nov. 1704. DANIEL, Hadley, s. of John, freem. 1690, m. 1 Nov. 1683, Esther Rice, had Esther, b. 17 Jan. 1685; Ann, 13 July 1687, d. soon; Daniel, 7 May 1689; Ann, again, 10 July 1691; Mary, 11 Jan. 1694; Elizabeth 5 Apr. 1695; Samuel, 9 Apr. 1697; Rachel, 16 Oct. 1698; Edmund, 18 July 1700; Joseph, 5 June 1702, d. young; Joshua, 23 July 1705, d. soon; and Rebecca, 19 Sept. 1706. His w. d. 11 Feb. 1737, aged 67, as erron. is report. either the d. being earlier, or age greater; and he d. 12 Feb. 1744, aged 83, says the gr.stone. *GEORGE, Wethersfield 1636, prob. went from Watertown, rep. 1638 in the first gen. assemb. and sev. times after, rem. 1643 to Milford, thence to Guilford 1650, where he was of import. prob. rep. to New Haven, certain. after the union of the two cols. 1665 and 6; d. Jan. 1683. His will of 23 May preced. with codic. of 30 Dec. names s. John, Daniel, and William; with ds. Mary, w. of John Fowler; Sarah Harrison, or Morrison; Abigail, w. of Humphrey Spinning; Hannah, prob. w. of Jacob Melyne or Melyen, and Elizabeth unm. But she bec. sec. w. of John Norton of Guilford. Daniel, Abigail, and Hannah were bapt. 26 May 1644, at M. Of these, no doubt, some were b. bef. he came to W. prob. on the other side of the ocean. Of his w. Mary we kn. that she d. 14 Sept. 1676, but when he m. her, or whether she was mo. of all or any of the ch. is not kn. His gr.s. John Spinning was nam. in his will, but not f. or mo. so that we may infer, one or both must have d. GEORGE, Hartford, perhaps as early as 1639, but it is not kn. from what town in Mass. he went, m. Elizabeth d. of Richard Watts of the same, had Mary, b. 16 Jan. 1642; Joseph, 10 Dec. 1643; Daniel, bapt. 7 Dec. 1645; Samuel, May 1648; George, 15 Dec. 1650; rem.to Middletown, there had Nathaniel, 1 Dec. 1652; Richard, July 1655; and Elizabeth 15 Jan or Feb. 1660. He was made freem. 1654, and d. 18 Mar. 1685. In May foll. to div. his est. seven ch. are nam. Mary, w. of Thomas Ranney, aged 44; Joseph, 42; Daniel, 41; Samuel, 37; Nathaniel, [[vol. 2, p. 484]] 33; Richard, 30; and Elizabeth w. of Thomas Wetmore, 25. His s. George d. at M. 1675 unm.; Mary m. May 1659; and Elizabeth m. 20 Feb. 1685.
HUGH, New London, a. 1670, said to be from Derbysh. Eng. m. Mar. 1673, Jane, d. of Cary Latham, had mary, b. 17 Nov. 1674; Lydia, 7 Feb. 1676; Margaret; Jane; and a s. wh. d. inf.; beside Ann, liv. at his d. 1685. His wid. m. John Williams, and d. 3 May 1739, says Caulkins, aged 91. ISAAC, Hatfield, s. of first John, m. Ann, d. of Daniel Warner of the same, had John, b. 20 Apr. 1693; Isaac, 14 Jan. 1695; Mary, 25 Feb. 1697; Daniel, 30 Apr. 1699; Hannah, 7 Sept. 1701; Jonathan, 29 Dec. 1703; Joseph, 8 Apr. 1708; and David, 9 Mar. 1711; was deac. rem. to Sunderland 1714, there his w. d. 26 June 1750, and he d. 9 Aug. foll.; but his s. John cont. at H. JAMES, Watertown, bur. 26 Jan. 1639, leav. by w. Sarah, wh. m. William Hamlet, Thomas, b. 10 Aug. preced. and others perhaps b. in Eng. James, and Sarah, wh. m. Samuel Champney. JAMES, Lynn 1637, had ho. and ld. at Charlestown, went to Long Isl. 1641, at Gravesend 1664, had a commiss. from Conn. jurisdict.
JAMES, Cambridge, may have been s. of Watertown James, m. 29 Sept. 1659, Sarah Winship, had Sarah, whose date is not found; and Mary, b. 22 Oct. 1665; then his w. d. and he m. 8 Jan. 1668, Hannah, d. of Miles Ives, wh. d. 24 Nov. 1690; and he d. 28 Aug. 1693. One of this name from Cambridge was a soldier in 1676 whose w. (nam. Jane) pet. for his disch. as he was "extremely afflicted with the toothache," and perhaps the sufferer d. 17 Mar. 1678 at Northampton. JOHN, Wethersfield, s. of the first George, b. prob. in Eng. had Mary, b. 27 Jan. 1651, d. young; John, 12 Apr. 1655; Hannah, 5 Dec. 1656, d. young; Jonathan, 3 Jan. 1659; rem.to Hadley, there had Daniel, 9 Mar. 1661; Mercy, 23 Feb. 1664; Isaac, 16 Jan. 1667; Mary, 10 Apr. 1669; and Sarah, 12 Nov. 1672; rem. last to Hatfield, there d. bef. Mar. 1706, when his will of Aug. 1702 was present. and all these seven ch. were liv. JOHN, Ipswich, s. of the Rev. historian, freem. 1676, m. Ann, d. of Gov. Leverett, had Mary, b. 25 Oct. 1673; Sarah, 11 Feb. 1675; John, 9 Jan. 1677, H. C. 1695; William, 15 Dec. 1678; Nathaniel, 13 Oct. 1680, H. C. 1698; Richard, 27 Aug 1684; and Ann, 5 Dec. 1686; was a merch. of emin. at Boston, d. 8 Jan. 1710; and his wid. d. 1717. His est. was insolv.
JOHN, Glastonbury, s. of John of Hatfield, had John, David, Ephraim, Isaac, and Sarah, says Chapin. A JOHN of Boston, whose name is spelt Hubert in the town rec. of Roxbury, there by Rebecca is said to have had Sarah, b. 21 Sept. 1684; and a d. without name, in Apr. 1686; may have been the soldier, Dec. 1675, in Johnson's comp. JONATHAN, Concord, br. of the preced. m. a Meriam, whose uncle gave him ld. at C. where he d. 1728.
JOSEPH, Middletown, s. of George of the same, m. [[vol. 2, p. 485]] 29 Dec. 1670, Mary Foster, or Porter, as in Geneal. Reg. XIV. 68; had Joseph, b. 22 Oct. 1671; Robert, 30 Oct. 1673; George, 7 Oct. 1675; John, 30 July 1678; Mary, 23 Jan. 1681, d. soon; and Elizabeth 26 Mar. 1683; and he d. 26 Dec. 1686, leav. five ch. The wid. d. 10 June 1707. NATHANIEL, Middletown, s. of George of the same, m. Mary Earle, had Mary, b. 1684; Abigail, 1686; Elizabeth 1688; Nathaniel, 1690; John, 1692; Sarah, 1694; Ebenezer 1696; Thankful, 1698; Hannah, 1700, and Esther, 1702. His w. d. 6 Apr. 1732 and he d. 20 May 1738. α NATHANIEL, Ipswich, s.of John, and gr.s. of Rev. William, rem. to Dorchester, a gent. of high reput. couns. and judge of the Sup. Court. Hutch. II. 147. But the historian dropped a generat. mak. the judge s. of the clerg.
*RICHARD, Ipswich, s. of William the first of the same, came with his f. and br. William, emb. 17 July 1635, at London, m. Sarah, d. of Gov. Bradstreet, was rep. 1660, as by mistake Farmer said, d. 3 May 1681, leav. Sarah; Richard; Nathaniel; John; and Simon. His wid. m. capt. Samuel Ward. Sarah m. Rev. John Cotton of Yarmouth. RICHARD, Boston, freem. with prefix of respect 1669. RICHARD, Dover 1658, may have been an Ipswich man 1668, but not prob. as he resid. but short time. RICHARD, Salisbury, s. prob. of the first Richard, freem. 1690; by w. Martha, sis. of Peter Ayer, had Comfort, b. 17 Jan. 1682; Jemima, and Kezia, tw. 11 Nov. 1684; Richard, 9 Mar. 1687; Eleazer, 27 Oct. 1689; and ano. ch. perhaps Mary, but the rec. is uncert. RICHARD, Middletown, youngest s. of George of the same, m. 31 Mar. 1692, Martha, d. of John Cornwell of the same, had Martha, b. 1693; Elizabeth 1694; Hannah; Mary, 1699, d. soon; Mary, again, 1700; and Richard, 1706, d. young; and d. 30 July 1732, aged 77, as the gr.stone tells.
RICHARD, Boston, mariner, m. Elizabeth d. of Dr. John Clark, had Richard, b. 14, bapt. 16 Apr. 1699, and must have d. soon after, if not bef: for his wid. had admin. of his est. 24 May foll. and she m. 18 Aug. 1703, Rev. Cotton Mather. ROBERT, Boston, m. 2 June 1654, Margaret Allen, had Daniel, b. 9 May 1655; and John, 18 May 1656. SAMUEL, Newport, br. of Benjamin, had come to Salem, says Backus, in 1633, then a youth, rem. to Watertown, but Bond names him not, thence to Wethersfield, then up the riv. to Springfield, and was there one of the five found. of the ch. and had the first ch. on rec. Ruth, b. 10 Sept. 1640; Naomi, wh. d. 5 May 1643; Rachel, 7 Mar. 1643; and Bethia, 29 Dec. 1646; next yr. was at Fairfield, and the foll. yr. fixed at N. was rec. 3 Nov. 1648 into the Bapt. commun. and there he passed quiet life till gr. age. He and w. Tacey m. 4 Jan. 1638, were liv. 1688. His only s. Samuel, d. 20 Jan. 1671, at 21 yrs. His d. Ruth m. Robert Burdick; Rachel m. Andrew Langworth; and Bethia m. 16 Nov. 1664, Joseph Clark, jr.
SAMUEL, Middletown, w. of George of the same, m. 9 Aug. 1673, Sarah, d. of John Kirby of the same, had Sarah, b. 7 Apr. 1674; Esther, 4 Dec. 1675; Samuel, 27 Mar. 1678; George, 29 Dec. 1680; Elizabeth 7 Sept. [[vol. 2, p. 486]] 1683; all at Middletown. He rem. to Hartford, there had Watts, 1 Mar. 1686; Abigail, 1687, d. soon; Mary, Feb. 1689; John, Aug. 1691; and Sarah, 10 Nov. 1696; and he d. 1732, aged 88, says the rec. that vainly adds the four yrs. THOMAS, Middletown, first of Hartford 1647, perhaps br. of George of the same, tho. ano. conject. is, that he was s. of James the first, but almost certain. s. of William, stands at the head of a long list of freem. 1657; by w. Mary whose surname is as uncert. as his own orig. had only five ch. all liv. at the time of his d. 1671: mary, aged 14; Thomas, 10; Ebenezer, 7; John, 4; and George, 1 and 1/2 yrs. The wid. m. 1 Oct. 1674, deac. John Hall.
THOMAS, Billerica 1656, d. Nov. 1662, and admin. on his est. 16 Dec. foll. was giv. to wid. Elizabeth In the Hist. of the diabol. witchcr. delus. Essex Inst. II. 191, to one Elizabeth H. is giv. the bad distinct. of being brot. as witness in more cases than others. *WILLIAM, Ipswich, came in the Defence 1635, from London, aged 40, with w. Judith, 25; and Martha, 22; Mary, 20; wh. were, perhaps, his sis. unless we prefer to think some of the figures wrong; beside John, 15; William, 13, H. C. 1642; Nathaniel, 6; and Richard, 4, H. C. 1653; who may have been his ch. emb. in July. Yet I doubt the yrs. assign. to Judith, wh. was his w. should be 35, unless she were sec. He is call. husbandman, had, I presume, favor. the col. some yrs. as the historian, his s. ment. p. 122, that he had adv. £50 to its treasr. He was freem. 2 May 1638, rep. that yr. and sev. foll. rem. to Boston 1662, and d. 1670. In his will of 8 June of that yr. pro. 19 Aug. after, he gave most of his prop. because he had bef. provid. for s. Nathaniel, and Richard, to the min. of Ipswich, his eldest s. partic. the est. free or copyhold, with houses, buildings, &c. in Tendring Hundred, wh. is in Essex, border. on Suff'k. His d. Margaret m. Thomas Scott of I. wh. d. 1657, at Stamford, and next, Ezekiel Rogers, and d. 1678; and Martha m. John Whittingham, and next Simon Eyre, of Boston. A Mary H. came in the Hopewell, Capt. Babb, at a later day in the same yr. aged 24; and a third Mary aged 24, earlier in the same yr. in the Blessing. WILLIAM, Lynn, 1644 came, it may be, in the Elizabeth and Ann, from London, Apr 1635, aged 35, with Thomas, 10, likely to be his s. or possib. he came in the Elizabeth from London, Apr. 1635, aged 35, with John, 10, wh. however, seem only to refer to one embark. of one man and prob. his s. yet the confus. may have been intentional to deceive an arbitr. governm. or, as I easi. believe, it may have come from carelessn. in the subord. min. of that tyranny. Dr. Harris would reckon one of the name among the first sett. of Dorchester 1630; but I see little ground for so read. the rec. unless it be that a William is nam. at Conn. 1643. WILLIAM, Ipswich, s. of William of the same, b. in Eng. came with his f. freem. 1653, was ord. 17 Nov. 1658, collea. with Thomas Cobbett, wh. he excelled in mildness of temp. m. Margaret, only d. of Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, had John, b. 1648; Nathaniel; Margaret; and perhaps others; was in highest esteem, call. in absence of Increase Mather, to preside at [[vol. 2, p. 487]] commencem. as sev. yrs. bef. He had been hon. by the Gen. Court with grant of money for his Hist.; but in 1694 he gave dissatisfact. to his parish by choice, late in his life, of a sec. w. nam. Mary, wid. of Samuel Pearce. He d. 1704. 1 Mass. Hist. Coll. X. 33, 34. Margaret m. John Pynchon. WILLIAM, Greenwich 1670, s. of George of Guilford, had gr. of ld. 1667, may have been earlier in E. part of Conn.; gave to s. George in 1684, and then refer. to ano. s. William; but we kn. not the mo. Eighteen of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at Harv. of wh. four were min. and forty-seven at the other N. E. coll. (includ. thirty-four at Yale alone), of wh. ten were min.
HUBBELL, EBENEZER, New London, came from Fairfield a. 1690. RICHARD, New Haven 1647, rem. to Fairfield, freem. 1664, was liv. 1690, there, and also Richard, jr. and Samuel, perhaps his s. Descend. are num. Sometimes it is with single l, or Hobbells.
HUBBS, or HUBS, ROBERT, Newport, in the freem.'s list 1655.
HUCKINS, JAMES, Durham, N. H. s. of Robert, constable 1683, had eldest s. Robert, but names of other ch. are unkn.; was k. by the Ind. Aug. 1689, with seventeen others. Belkn. I. 131. Pike's Journal. JOHN, Barnstable, s. of Thomas, m. 10 Aug. 1670, Hope, d. of John Chipman, had Elizabeth b. 1 Oct. 1671; Mary, 3 Apr. 1673; Experience, 4 June 1675; and Hope, 10 May 1677; d. 10 Nov. 1678. ROBERT, Dover 1640, had James, only s. and perhaps Sarah, b. 1654. || THOMAS, Barnstable, had liv. in or near Boston, was of ar. co. 1637, and bore its standard 1639, m. 1642, Mary Wells, had Lydia, b. 4, bapt. 7 July 1644, d. soon; Mary, bapt. 29 Mar. 1646; Elizabeth b. 2, bapt. 27 Feb. 1648, d. in Dec. foll.; his w. d. or was bur. 28 July 1648, and he m. 3 Nov. after, Rose, wid. of Hugh Hillier, had John, 2, bapt. 5 Aug. 1649; Thomas, 25, bapt. 27 Apr. 1651; Hannah, 14, bapt. 16 Oct. 1653; Joseph, 21 Feb. 1655; and d. at sea, perhaps, with his youngest s. 29 Nov. 1679, aged 62. His wid. d. 1687. Mary m. 6 Dec. 1666, Samuel Storrs; and Hannah m. 24 Feb. 1674, James Gorham. THOMAS, Barnstable, s. of the preced. m. 1 May 1680, Hannah, d. of John Chipman, had Hannah, b. 6 Apr. 1681, d. at 17 yrs.; Joseph, 6 Oct. 1682; Mary, 13 June 1684; John, 4 May 1686; Thomas, 15 Jan. 1688; Hope, 21 Sept. 1689; James, 20 Aug. 1691; Samuel, 19 Aug. 1693; Jabez, 20 July 1696, d. young; his w. d. 4 Nov. 1696, and he m. 17 Aug. 1698, Sarah, wid. of third Samuel Hinckley, had Hannah, again, 22 Aug. 1699.
HUCKLEY, THOMAS, New Haven, took o. of fidel. 1 May 1660.
HUDD, JOHN, Hempstead, L. I. 1647. Thompson.
HUDDLESTONE, VALENTINE, Newport, by w. Catharine had Henry, b. 21 Sept. 1673; and George, 28 Sept. 1677. He rem. to Dartmouth, and d. 8 June 1727, in 99th yr. as is said. [[vol. 2, p. 488]]
HUDDY, GEORGE, Newbury, took o. of alleg. 1678, then aged 17, of course on enrolm. in the milit.
HUDSON, DANIEL, Watertown, a. 1640, rem. to Lancaster 1664, by w. Joanna had Daniel, b. 26 May 1651; Mary, 7 Sept. 1653; Sarah, 1 Jan. 1656; Elizabeth 11 Jan. 1658; Joanna, 6 Jan. 1660; John, 10 Mar. 1662; William, 12 June 1664; Abigail; Ann, 1 Jan. 1668; Nathaniel, 15 May 1671; and Thomas; was k. says Willard, by the Ind. 11 Sept. 1697, with his w. two ds. and two ch. of his s. Nathaniel. DANIEL, Boston, one of the wretched surv. of the crowning mercy of O. Cromwell, vouchsaf. to him 3 Sept. 1651 at the bloody field of Worcester, when Daniel was made prison. shipped in Nov. 1651, arr. in May foll. did not, perhaps, live long. DANIEL, Lancaster, s. of the first Daniel, m. Feb. 1674, Mary, youngest d. of John Maynard, and she d. 1677. FRANCIS, Boston 1630, fisherman, came from Chatham, Co. Kent, s. of William, was one of the first, as Judge Sewall believ. wh. set foot on this penins. of Boston, so that, prob. he came in the fleet with Winthrop had w. Mary, and by her, Elizabeth b. 13 Oct. 1640; Deborah, bapt. 18 June 1643, whose age is not told; Mary, 18, bapt. 20 Aug 3, d. soon; Mary, again, 22 Aug. bapt. 10 Sept. 1644; Susanna, as the town rec. calls her, 15 Dec. but the ch. rec. of her bapt. on 21 of same Dec. 1645, calls her Hannah, a. 7 days old; Samuel, 19 July 1650; and Sarah, 27 Nov. 1653; freem. 1673, d. 3 Nov. 1700, aged 82. His will of 21 Aug. 1697, pro. 14 Nov. 1700, names w. Elizabeth to be extrix. and gives all his real and pers. est. dwell.-ho. ferry boats, lease of ferry whf. &c. dur. her wid. and ment. d. Perkins; and s. Arthur Smith; Francis, and Samuel, s. of his s. Samuel; beside John Wheatly, the gr.s. of his w. Susanna m. John Howlett, and next Edmund Perkins.
HENRY, Hempstead, L. I. 1647. Thompson. JAMES, Boston 1642, by w. Ann had Lydia, b. 17, bapt. 23 Apr. 1643, d. young; Deborah, 3, bapt. 20 Oct. 1644; James, 25 Aug. 1646; Lydia, again, 15 Mar. 1648; his w. d. 3 Dec. 1652, and he m. 3 Feb. foll. Rebecca, d. of William Brown, wh. d. 14 Nov. foll. having, b. John, 8 Nov. 1653, d. soon; and he by a third w. Mary, had John, again, b. 26 Jan. 1655; Mary, 22 July 1656; Lazarus, 21 Oct. 1658; Bethia, and Abigail, tw. 13 Dec. 1659; Samuel, 23 Mar. 1661; Ebenezer, 4 Mar. 1662; and Eleazer, 19 June 1668. JOHN, Lynn 1637, an unworthy serv. of John Humphrey. Winthrop II. 46. JOHN, Boston, 1655, of wh. I kn. nothing, but that he was one of the three wh. took inv. of William Davis, perhaps a br. sailor. JOHN, New Haven, by w. Abigail had, bapt. in her right, Abigail, b. 25 Mar. 1654, bapt. 8 Feb. 1657; Sarah, 5, bapt. 12 Apr. 1657; Mary, bapt. 8 July 1660; and Samuel, b. Sept. bapt. 13 Nov. 1664. Usual. the name is Hodgson. Abigail m. Dec. 1680, Richard Blackleach of Stratford, and d. Mar. 1713. JOHN, Marblehead 1674.
JOHN, Duxbury, had w. Ann Rogers, d. of John, and to her, in his will of 20 Nov. 1683, gave his est. dur. wid. tho. he had four ds. Hannah, wh. m. Japhet Turner; Rhoda, m. ----- Palmer; Elizabeth [[vol. 2, p. 489]]
---- Vicory; and Abigail m. ---- Stetson. JONATHAN, Lynn, prob. s. of Thomas, had Moses, b. 15 July 1658, and prob. other ch. may be the freem. of 1691. JONATHAN, Lyme, m. 17 June 1686, Sarah, and left descend. MOSES, Lynn, prob. s. of Jonathan of the same, freem. 1691. NATHANIEL, Boston, s. of William, m. 1 Dec. 1659, Elizabeth d. of William Alford. NICHOLAS, Hingham, freem. 9 Mar. 1637, is, beyond doubt, the same as Hodsdin, or Hodgen, wh. was at H. 1635, rem. to Boston, that part call. Muddy riv. sold his est. 1650. RALPH, Boston, a woollen draper, came in the Susan and Ellen, from London, 1635, aged 42, with w. Mary 42, and three ch. Hannah, 14; John, 12; and Elizabeth 5; (but John was his br.) freem. 25 May 1636, d. bef. his w. His will of 24 Sept. 1638, gave no ch. but Hannah, any thing so we may well presume, that Elizabeth was d. It was not pro. until 20 Nov. 1651, when was also pro. that of his w. dat. 26 Sept. preced. in wh. she gives to her gr.ch. Hudson and Hannah, ch. of John Leverett by her d. Hannah, wh. was d. and to his d. Elizabeth by the sec. w. Hannah m. 1639, John Leverett, and d. prob. in 1644.
RICHARD, Marblehead 1668, may be a soldier under capt. Turner, in 1676, at Northampton. SAMUEL, Boston, s. of Francis, m. Dec. 1674, Abigail, d. of Sampson Shore, had Francis, b. 15 Aug. 1676; and Samuel, of uncert. date, both nam. in the will of gr.f. SAMUEL, one of the comp. call. "the flower of Essex," under Lothrop, wh. was k. at Deerfield, 18 Sept. 1675, and perhaps was of Marblehead 1668. THOMAS, Lynn 1637, had Jonathan, and perhaps other ch. WILLIAM, Charlestown 1630, came prob.in the fleet with Winthrop was freem. 18 May 1631, and rem. early to Boston, of whose ch. he was mem. bef. Charlestown ch. was organiz. and cont. at B.; brot. perhaps, s. William, and w. Susan, by wh. he had Nathaniel, bapt. 19, but b. 30 Jan. 1634, as says the town rec. wh. may be more correct in saying, that Richard, their s. d. 26 Oct. 1641, prob. unbapt. He went home bef. 1656. WILLIAM, Boston, call. the younger, was b. a. 1619, freem. 12 Oct. 1640; may have been s. of the preced. or not, by w. Ann, had Hannah, bapt. 19 Mar. but in town rec. b. 16 Apr. 1641, d. next mo.; Hannah, again, 12 Mar. 1644; bef. her b. he went to Eng,. and serv. as ens. in the comp. of John Leverett, under Israel Stoughton, in the Earl of Manchester's army for the Parliam. The unhappy conseq. of his absence, and his wife's exposure to temptation, for wh. she was whip. is told by Winthrop II. 249. She had no more ch. Frothingham, 78, has confus. the junior and senior, as to the time of rem. and serv. in Eng. Later in life, he was a lieut. in 1654, and capt. in 1661, in serv. at B. m. 23 Jan. 1677, Mary, wid. of John Fownell, and d. in summer of 1681. His d. Hannah m. Benjamin Richards, and next, in 1666, m. Richard Crispe.
HUDSHON, JOHN, Hartford 1649. The spell. may be careless in the rec. and possib. the person is Hodson; but the name is unimport.
HUESTED, or HUSTED, ANGEL, Greenwich 1672, s. of Robert, d. [[vol. 2, p. 490]] Apr. 1706. His will of 5 of that mo. names w. Rebecca, ch. Jonathan, Joseph, Angel, Moses, John, Samuel, and Elizabeth Baldwin. JONATHAN, Greenwich, m. Mary, d. of Robert Lockwood. ROBERT, Boston 1640, had gr. for eight heads that yr. at Mount Wollaston, now Braintree, rem. soon after to Stamford, had w. Elizabeth and ch. Robert, Angel, and Ann. He made his will 8 July 1652, and his wid. two yrs. after, made hers, nam. the same ch. calls Ann, w. of Richard Hardy. ROBERT, Stamford, s. of the preced. was freem. of Conn. 1663, ana next yr. at Westchester. Sometimes it is spell. Heustis.
HUET, or HUIT BENJAMIN, Stonington, s. of Thomas of the same, m. 24 Sept. 1683, Mary Fanning, d. of Edmund, had Benjamin, b. 1688; Israel, 1691; Mary, bapt. 12 Aug 1694; Joseph, 1697; Elkanah, 1699; Hannah, 29 June 1701; Henry, 1703; and Content, 18 Apr. 1708. EPHRAIM, Windsor, had been a min. of Wraxall, near Kenilworth, in Warwicksh. was proceed. against by Archbp. Laud 1638, for neglect of ceremonies, came next yr. with w. and ch. Susanna, Nathaniel, Sarah, Mercy, and Lydia; went from Boston, and reached W. 17 Aug here he bec. collea. with Warham; had Mary, bapt. 2 Aug. 1640; and he d. 4 Sept. 1644. Sarah, and Nathaniel had d. 1642. The other four are nam. in his will, wh. is print. by Trumbull in Col. Rec. 1. 458. His wid. Isabel long outliv. him, and as admor. of his est. sold, 1647, to Richard Saltonstall his sh. in Swampscot and Dover patents, N. H. and d. 8 Mar. 1661. Of the ch. Susanna d. the yr. after her f. Lydia m. 10 or 20 Apr. 1656, Joseph Smith of Hartford; Mary m. 5 Dec. 1660, Thomas Strong, of Northampton, and d. 1671. The fam. name in this branch failing, both Smith and Strong used it as name of bapt.
EPHRAIM, Scituate, s. of Thomas, m. 1665, Elizabeth only d. of Edward Foster, had Thomas, b. 1667; Ruth, 1669; Susanna, 1672; Jael, 1673; and Ephraim, 1676; rem. to Hingham. His s. Thomas was insane. JOHN, Marshfield, may have been s. of Thomas of Hingham, as Miss Thomas suggests, but there is no evidence to sustain such opin.; m. 1668, Martha, d. of Christopher Winter, wh. d. 22 June 1691, had Solomon, b. 1670; Bridget, 1673; Elizabeth 1675; Winter, 1678; Christopher, 1681; Mercy, 1686; and Lydia, 1689. The wife's will of 1 May 1691, pro. 15 Sept. foll. reciting, the gift to her and her ch. by her f. Christopher, in his will, of wh. she was extrix. now gives her sis. Ann Mace some perso. prop. and to her niece Ann T. also, but to her s. Winter the lds. of his gr.f. and a portion of £100 equally to be div. to the other ch. Solomon, Christopher, Bridget, Elizabeth Mary, and Lydia, residue to her h. and made him, and Solomon, excors. NICHOLAS, Boston, had Zebulon, b. Jan. 1645. ROBERT, Hartford 1646, but had been in Mass. 1632, and that yr. was of the jury.
THOMAS, Hingham, br. of Rev. Ephraim, freem. 1647, Ephraim, bef. ment. b. 1639; James, 1643; Thomas, 1644; [[vol. 2, p. 491]] and Timothy, 1647. He prob. d. Aug. 1670, for his s. Ephraim on 26 Apr. foll. prod. in Court the inv. of est. dat. 12 Aug. bef. THOMAS Stonington 1651, mariner, m. 26 Apr. 1659, Hannah, eldest d. of Walter Palmer by his sec. w. had Thomas, b. a. 1660; and Benjamin, bef. ment. a. 1662, perhaps posthum. went a voyage bef. May 1662, perhaps bef. b. of his youngest s. was never heard of after. See Trumbull, Col. Rec. II. 129. His wid. m. 1670, Roger Sterry of Stonington. THOMAS, Stonington, s. of the preced. m. Feb. 1684, Lydia, d. perhaps, of Samuel Utley, had only Thomas, b. 3 Feb. 1685, and d. 3 June 1686. WILLIAM, Marblehead 1668, bot. 1681 dwell.-ho. of Robert Hooper.
HUFF, JONATHAN. See Hough.
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