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

Volume #2
Huggins - Hunn

By James Savage

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HUGGINS, JAMES, Dover 1664, perhaps s. of Robert, by w. Sarah had Sarah, b. 12 Dec. 1672, wh. perhaps d. at 2 yrs. and James, 16 July 1675. JOHN, Hampton, by w. Bridget had Susan, bapt. 6 Sept. 1640, wh. m. 1667, Charles Allen; and he d. 1670, leav. s. John, Nathaniel, and James, wh. was k. by the Ind. at Durham 1689. His wid. Bridget m. a Clifford, made her will 23 Aug. 1686, perhaps bef. that m. and d. 7 May 1693. JOHN, Newbury, took o. of fidel. 1678, then call. 26 yrs. old. JOHN, Suffield, s. of the first John, m. 1681, Hannah Batchby, and, in 1685, Experience Jones, had Hannah, b. 1682; Margaret, 1686; John, 1689; rem. to Springfield, there had Joseph 1691; Samuel, 1693; and Bridget 1695; all liv. when he d. 9 July 1704. NATHANIEL, Hampton, s. of John of the same, took o. of fidel. 25 Apr. 1678. ROBERT, Dover 1642. THOMAS, Barnstable. See Huckins.

HUGHES, ARTHUR, Salem 1676. JAMES, Gloucester, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 28 Sept. 1670; and Jonathan, 25 Oct. 1672, wh. d. 1689, as did a Rachel, but Babson does not tell, whether she were maid, wid. or w. JOHN, a soldier; at Hatfield 1676, was from some E. town. RICHARD, Guilford, a. 1640-50. His wid. Mary m. 1659, William Stone of G. SAMUEL, Guilford, perhaps s. of the preced. 1665-85. Sometimes the spell. may be Hewes.

HUGHSON, JOHN, Boston, an apprais. on the large est. of William Hanbury, Feb. 1650, perhaps was not perman. sett.

HULBERT, sometimes HURLBUT, or HULBURD, JOHN, Northampton, s. of William of the same, had John, b. 1675; Samuel, 1681; Mary, 1684; James, 1687; and Hepzibah, 1689. He was freem. 1684, and is intended, where, both by Paige, in Geneal. Reg. III. and Col. Rec. V. the name is misrepresent. as Hubbard. WILLIAM, Dorchester 1630, prob. came in the Mary and John, freem. 3 Apr. 1632, but had req. that benefit 19 Oct. 1630, rem. 1636 to Windsor, thence, 1655, to Northampton, but was some yrs. bef. at Hartford, where he had Sarah, b. 10 July 1647; and Ann, bapt. 17 Mar. 1650. He had, also, John, and William, prob. b. at Windsor, and two others, whose names are not ment. Nor can we tell wh. of these four were by first w. and wh. were ch. by the sec. w. Ann, [[vol. 2, p. 492]] wid. of Samuel Allen of W. wh. d. 1687; and he d. 1694. His s. William went to Enfield.

HULL, ANDREW, New Haven 1639, emb. at London for Boston 1635, aged 29, in the Hopewell, capt. Babb, with Catharine, prob. his w. 23; had Hannah, and Sarah, bapt. 4 Oct. 1640; and I find no more of him but that he d. 1640, and his wid. m. Richard Beach bef. 1644. BENJAMIN, Weymouth 1635, was soon after, perhaps, at Bass river, now Beverly, in 1643 at York, certain. at Dover 1659-61, of wh. less is kn. than of almost any min. bec he seemed in the Episc. int. It may be, that he went home, and was the puritan min. eject. 1662 from Buriau, in Cornwall. Calamy, II. 150. He certain. had a s. at York, and his d. Elizabeth m. John Heard of Dover. His bapt. name was long, unkn. Mather, III. 3, and VII. 65. Felt, Eccles. Hist. I. 498. 

BENJAMIN, Portsmouth 1689, a promin. man was prob. s. of the preced. Mr. Farmer, in a letter to Lincoln, Hist. of Hingham, gave him an alias, Reuben, and his Reg. ment. that he m. Mary Ferniside (d. I suppose, of John of Duxbury), had Joseph, b. 1677; Reuben, 1681; beside sev. ds. *CORNELIUS, Fairfield, perhaps s. of George, but no certainty is gained, was rep. 1656, 8, 9, 60, 2, 3, 4, and 7; in 1691 call. hims. 65; his fam. and time of d. are unkn. yet by tradit. we hear that his w. was Sarah, d. of Rev. John Jones, and that his d. Sarah m. Robert Silliman. No dates are disturb. by these tradit. for none are giv. His will of 16 Sept. 1695, names s. Samuel, Cornelius, and Theophilus, ds. Rebecca, Sarah, w. of Silliman, and Martha, w. of Cornelius Liston. 

EDWARD, Braintree 1650, s. of Robert, b. in Eng. serv. 1652 under Capt. Underhill against the Dutch, may be he, wh. wrote from London 1654 to his br. John here of unavail. efforts to persuade br. Richard to come to N. E.; m. 20 Jan. 1653, Elinor Newman, but d. bef. his f. leav. s. Edward. *GEORGE, Dorchester 1630, prob. of the comp. in the Mary and John, freem. 4 Mar. 1633, rep. at the first gen. court, 14 May 1634, rem. to Windsor, was rep. for that town from 1637 to 46, rem. then to Fairfield, and was rep. for that town most of the time to 1656, and d. Aug. 1659. His ch. were b. bef. he went to W. perhaps in Eng. and their names are not kn. with certainty, or at least some are not. After June 1654, he m. Sarah, wid. of David Phippen at Boston. His will of 25 Aug. 1659, devises to Josias, Cornelius, Elizabeth Mary, Martha, and Naomi, and names cous. i. e. niece, Jane Pinkney. His wid. made her will the same mo. in wh. she disposes her ho. in Boston, her ch. being, four s. two ds. Benjamin, Joseph, Gamaliel, George, Rebecca Vickers, and Sarah Yow, and names cous. i. e. neph. Philip Pinkney, and cous. Jane P. yet how these Pinkneys were relat. to her or her h. is not seen. His d. Mary m. Humphrey Pinney. 

GEORGE, Beverly 1674, Farmer says; and I find ISAAC there 1671, wh. may be [[vol. 2, p. 493]] the same that was min. at the first Bapt. ch. in Boston 1675-88. JEREMIAH, New Haven, s. prob. elder of Richard, m. 6 May 1658, Hannah Baldwin, had Jeremiah, b. 2 Jan. 1663; Hannah, 22 Oct. 1664; Mary, 8 Aug. 1666; John, 13 Nov. 1668; Elizabeth 27 Feb. 1671, d. soon; Joseph, 11 Aug. 1672; Sarah, 4 Mar. 1675; and Martha, 27 Nov. 1677; was liv. a propr. 1685, and d. 13 Jan. 1701. JEREMIAH, Deerfield, perhaps s. of the preced. m. 1688, Mehitable, d. of William Smead, had Elizabeth b. 1688; Jeremiah, 1690, wh. was burnt to d. at 3 yrs.; and he d. 1691. His wid. m. 1692, Godfrey Nims. || JOHN, Dorchester, blacksmith, freem. 7 Aug. 1632, ar. co. 1638, rem. prob. to Boston; and it is said he d. 28 July 1666. JOHN, Newbury, d. 1 Feb. 1670; and his wid. Margaret, wh. had been wid. of William Goodridge, says Coffin, d. 3 Feb. 1683. α *|| JOHN, Boston, s. of Robert, b. as his own diary tells, a. 18 Dec. 1624, at Market Harborough, Co. Leicester, in the borders of Northamptonsh. freem. 2 May 1649, m. 11 May 1647, Judith, d. of Edmund Quincy, had Elizabeth and Mary, tw. b. 23, bapt. 30 Jan. 1653, both of wh. d. in few days; John, 3 Nov. 1654, d. in few days; Hannah, 14 Feb. 1658; and Samuel, 1 Aug. 1661, wh. d. young; was of ar. co. 1660, capt. of it 1671, and again 1678, treasr. of the Col. 1676, hav. in June 1652, been with Robert Sanderson, both goldsmiths, appoint. "for the melting, refining, and coining of silv." and faithfully adher. to their oaths, tho. asserting equal. obligat. on the part of the public. Hutch. I. 178. He was rep. for Wenham 1668, for Westfield 1671-4, and for Salisbury 1679; one of those mem. of the first ch. disgusted at the equivoc. morality in managem. for bring Davenport from New Haven, wh. found. the 3d or Old South ch. and for sev. yrs. in oppos. to Gov. Bellingham after 1668, and chos. Assist. from 1680 to his d. 30 Sept. 1683. His only ch. then liv. Hannah m. 28 Feb. 1676, Samuel Sewall, after. Ch. Just. of the Prov. wh. had the large est. extrava. misrepresent. by tradit. wh. would, ridicul. make her portion at m. to be a balance in the scale against her own weight in shillings of her f.'s making. Tho. he much overrates the amt. of her fortune, Hutch. gives no countenance to that folly. Yet she could not weigh half or even a quarter of what the est. furnish. her in reality. His wid. d. 22 June 1695, aged 69. 

JOHN, New Haven 1657, s. perhaps, of Andrew. JOHN, Boston, call. jr. to disting. him from the mintmaster, but wh. Mather, II. 38, calls "a well-bred merch." m. Mary, d. of capt. Roger Spencer, d. a. July 1673, the inv. of his est. offer. by the wid. was only £81.12. She m. prob. the next yr. William Phips, the shipwright, afterwards Sir William, the Royal Gov. of Mass. under the new chart. and in her next widowhood m. Peter Sergeant, wh. was of the Counc. in the same chart. by wh. Sir William had been nam. Gov. JOHN, Stratford, 1661-70, had John, b. 1662; Samuel, 1663; Mary, 1666; Joseph, 1668; and Benjamin, 1672; but he rem. to Derby a yr. or two after, and had four more ch. there; Richard, Oct. 1674; Ebenezer, 1678; Jeremiah, 1679; and Andrew, 1685. Perhaps he was the man wh. [[vol. 2, p. 494]]

serv. in Philip's war 1675 and 6, as surg. of the Conn. forces; and d. 1714. JOHN, Derby, s. of the preced. d. 1753. He prob. m. 1 Jan. 1695, Mercy Jacobs, d. of Bartholomew. *JOSEPH, Hingham, freem. 2 Sept. 1635, rep. 1638 and 9. JOSEPH, Yarmouth 1642, forbid. to be min. See Felt, Eccles. Hist. I. 498. He had been excom. at Barnstable merely for going to Y. people as their min. without leave of his fellow-mem. at B. but was readmit. 10 Aug. of next yr. But prob. he sat down first at Weymouth, where is seen by the rec. 12 June 1636, his right for 9 heads, i. e. 54 acres, being larger than any other share. His d. Joanna m. 28 Nov. 1639, John Bursley of Barnstable, and had Naomi, bapt. 22 Mar. 1640; and Ruth, 9 May 1641. It is necessary to follow the poor man to Maine, where, no long time bef. his d. 19 Nov. 1665, he had been preach. at Isle of Shoals, as his wid. Agnes showed in her inv. "the Isle owed him for his min. £20." and tho. I regret to say the sum was only £52. 5. 5. yet £10. is put down for books. JOSEPH, Derby, s. of John of the same, m. 1691, Mary Nicholls, d. of Isaac the sec.; had Samuel, b. 1692; Joseph, 1694; Caleb, 1695; Andrew, 1697; Mary, 1699; Sarah, 1701; Abijah, 1703; and Nathan, 1709, and d. 1744. His w. hav. d. 1733, he m. 1735, Hannah Prindle. This is the line of Commodore Isaac, one of the most brave and valu. officers of the navy of the U. S. more modest than brave, wh. was the s. of Joseph, b. 1750; gr.s. of that Joseph, b. 1727; gr. gr.s. of that Joseph, b. 1694; gr. gr. gr.s. of that Joseph, b. 1668; and gr. gr. gr. gr.s. of John, the first comer. *JOSIAS, Windsor, perhaps s. of George, b. in Eng. m. 20 May 1641, Elizabeth d. of Joseph Loomis, had Josiah, b. Sept. 1642; John, 17 Dec. 1644; Elizabeth 18 Feb. 1647; Mary, 2 Oct. 1648; Martha, 10 June 1650; Joseph, 10 Aug. 1652; Sarah, 9 Aug. 1654; Naomi, 17 Feb. 1657; Rebecca, 10 Aug. 1659; George, 28 Apr. bapt. 4 May 1662, d. soon; and Thomas, 29 May, bapt. 30 July 1665; rep. 1659, 60, and 2; rem. to Killingworth, was rep. 1667-70, and yrs. after; d. 16 Nov. 1675. Field, 106, perhaps from erron. tradit. of descend. derives him from Barnstable Co. Cothren seems to have confus. him with a mythical John, wh. borrows most of his renown from George, and perhaps he is wrong in finding, 1641, Josiah at Hartford. Naomi m. 4 Jan. 1677, Thomas Burnham the sec. of same. PHINEAS, York, a sufferer by the attack of Ind. wh. took his w. 22 Aug. 1690, and kept her for their secretary until late in the yr. foll. Mather, VII. 76. REUBEN, Portsmouth, perhaps s. of the Rev. Benjamin, m. 1670, Hannah, perhaps d. of John Ferniside, had Elizabeth b. 9 Sept. 1673; Joseph, 31 Mar. 1676; Dodavah, 31 Dec. 1681; Reuben, 2 Aug. 1684; Sarah, 25 Sept. 1686; and Mary, 1 Sept. 1688. RICHARD, New Haven 1640, or earlier, perhaps br. of Andrew, had John, bapt. 24 May 1640; and Hannah, 20 Feb. 1642; but first liv. in the Mass. Col. and was freem. 1 Apr. 1634, tho. of what ch. he was mem. is not kn. yet resid. in Boston short time a. 1637, d. 1 Sept. 1662, nam. in his will of Aug. in that yr. ch. Jeremiah, wh. cont. there, a propr. 1685; John, Hannah, and Mary. Mary m. 1 Mar. 1654, John Jackson, and d. 26 Feb. 1665; and Hannah m. 26 Dec. 1662, Edmund Doorman. 

ROBERT, Boston, came in the George, from [[vol. 2, p. 495]] Bristol, sail. 28 Sept. arr. 7 Nov. 1635, with w. Elizabeth wh. brot. s. Richard Storer, and his own, John, and Edward, was a blacksmith, freem. 9 Mar. 1637, hav. unit. with our ch. 29 May 1636. His w. d. 7 May 1646, and he m. wid. Judith Paine of Braintree, wh. had been wid. of Edmund Quincy, and d. 29 Mar. 1654. She was mo. of his s. John's w. Sewall calls him gr.f. yet falls into strange error as to date of his d. of wh. event the full and exact relat. of his s. John must be receiv. "28 July 1666 at 4 in the afternoon," aged 73. His will, made 20 May 1657, names s. John excor. gives him est. at Muddy riv. and part of that in B., some to his s. Edmund Quincy, and his s. John Q. at Braintree, a legacy to his s. Storer, meaning his first w.'s, and an est. to his own s. Edward. But as the younger d. John was the only surv. ch. SAMUEL, Fairfield, m. Deborah, d. of the elder James Beers. THOMAS, Boston, cooper, m. 3 Apr. 1657, Hannah, d. of William Townsend, had William, b. 23 Jan. 1659, d. Sept. 1660; Mary, 22 Aug. 1661, d. young; Thomas, 1663; Hannah, 1664; Mary, again, 1666; and Samuel, 1667. He d. 1670, and 10 Aug. of that yr. his wid. had admin. and m. in a later day, lieut. Richard Way. TRISTRAM, Yarmouth 1643, had Mary, b. latter part of Sept. 1645; Sarah, 18 Oct. 1647, d. soon; Sarah, again, latter part of Mar. 1650; Joseph, June 1652; John, latter part of Mar. 1654; and Hannah, Feb. 1657. His will of 20 Dec. 1666, names the five ch. and w. Blanch. WILLIAM, R. I. 1654.

HULLING, or HULLINE, OBADIAH, Salem, had, says Felt, gr. of ld. 1639; and in the list of freem. appears the surname with no name of bapt. 22 May 1639. Yet I feel doubtful, for in his ch. mem. Felt gives no such, and of the whole 399 bef. 1651, a single Obadiah is found, but he is united with the name Holme, and this man too had a gr. of ld. 1639.

HULTON, RICHARD, Salisbury, by w. Martha had Dorothy, b. 19 Apr. 1673, had been earlier of Topsfield.

HUMBER, EDWARD, Salem, freem. 1665. HUMPHREY, Hampton 1645.

HUME, DAVID, and two or three others of the same fam. name, came to Boston May 1652, as prisoners tak. at the battle of Worcester 3 Sept. preced. brot. in the John and Sarah, with about two hundred and seventy more, to be sold. Most of them, no doubt, d. bef. serv. their times out, nor can I find evid. of more than one of all the young men having raised a progeny here; but perhaps some few others escap. the general doom of civil war.

HUMFREY, α || JOHN, Lynn, a gent. of great merit for his services and affection to our country in its first attempts, chos. at its sec. meeting, 1629, dep.-gov. of the comp. in Eng. came not over, however, bef. July 1634, then arr. prob. in the Planter, yet in confident expect. of his arr. had [[vol. 2, p. 496]] here been chos. the two yrs. bef. He liv. mostly in London, but had a ho. at Sandwich, Co. Kent, prev. to coming hither. With him, beside his w. Susan, d. of the illustr. Thomas Clinton, third Earl of Lincoln, and some ch. Ann, Dorcas, and Sarah, he brot. money, goods, and cattle for the Col. Here he had bapt. at Salem, whither he rem. in few yrs. Theophilus, having his name from the fourth Earl, 24 Jan. 1637; Thomas, 26 Aug. 1638; Joseph, 5 Apr. 1640; and Lydia, 25 Apr. 1641. Perhaps he had ano. d. wh. lost her reason, and John, also, older than any. Hutch. 1. 13, puts his coming too early by two yrs. Early in 1641 he was of ar. co. and in June was made the first maj.-gen. of the col. but having lost most of his prop. was tempted by great offers for new plant. in the West Ind. He went home 26 Oct. 1641 in the same ship with Rev. John Phillips. Of his ch. Ann, the eldest d. was m. at Salem, prob. to William Palmer of Ardfinnan, Co. Tipperary In Ireland, and next, to Rev. John Myles of Swanzey, but of no others have we exact account. Two ds. as relat. by Winthrop 11. 45, suffer. the saddest fate of any in our early ann. Perhaps, sooner or later, all, but the one m. went to Eng. at least the f. never came again. He d. perhaps as late as 1670; at least in 1671, admin. on his est. was tak. by Edmund Batter at Salem, and in 1681, Myles and his w. in her right claim. est. in Mass. 

JOSEPH, Lynn, s. I presume, of the preced. bound on a voyage to Eng. made his will 3 July 1663, in wh. he speaks not of any near relat. but dispos. of the 300 acres given him by the Gen. Court. Prob. he never came back, but was k. at Lisbon, we may fear without reputa. concomit. for that will was pro. 23 Oct. 1672, evid. first being produc. here on 5 of same mo. that "a. 3 yrs. since he (the depon.), had helped to inter him," without any elucidat. of circumst. as in the Pro. Reg. of Wills, &c. VII. 251.

HUMMERSTON, HENRY, New Haven 1644, m. 19 Aug. 1651, Joan Walker, had Samuel, b. 7 Aug. 1653; Nathaniel, 13 Jan. 1655; Thomas, 19 Oct. 1656; ano. prob. John, and two ds. of wh. we kn. one Abigail, was b. 17 May 1661; and he d. 16 Jan. 1664. His wid. m. 15 Dec. foll. Richard Little. Three of this name were at N. H. as proprs. 1685, wh. two were certain. his s. as prob. also was JOHN, of the same, wh. m. 10 Sept. 1685, Sarah, d. of John Tuttle, had John, b. 24 Oct. 1686; Lydia, 1 Apr. 1689; Sarah, and Mary, tw. 8 Apr. 1693; and James, 7 May 1696; and the f. d. the same yr. SAMUEL, New Haven, eldest s. of Henry, m. 21 Jan. 1678, Hannah, d. of John Johnson of the same, had Samuel, b. 1678; Hannah, 2 July 1680; Mary, 17 Jan. 1683; Matthew, 22 Nov. 1685; Nathaniel, 21 Sept. 1688; and Silence, posthum. 7 Feb. 1691, the f. d. 12 days bef. THOMAS, New Haven, Ebenezer, b. 14 Mar. foll.; Elizabeth; and Thomas, 3 May 1699; beside Joseph, 14 Nov. 1705. But it may be that this last was by sec. w. the wid. Esther Howe, of whose time of m. we are ign. as of the day or yr. of d. of the first. He d. Jan. 1716. The fam. is diffused; a part at W. Springfield spells its name Hummiston and Humeston; possib. all may be deriv. from Cambridge, where Harris, from the rec. gives: Edward Hammerston bur. 24 Aug. 1646. Yet this is the sole ment. of the name on the rec.

HUMPHREY, UMPHRYS, or HUMPHRIES, EDWARD, Marblehead, 1673. HOPESTILL, Dorchester, s. of James, m. 21 Nov. 1667, Elizabeth Baker, wh. d. 25 Oct. 1714, had Jonas, b. 13 Mar. 1696, perhaps others bef. serv. in Davenport's comp. at the great Narraganset fight, 19 Dec. 1675; had sec. w. Hannah, wid. of John Blake, m. 5 Jan. 1719, d. 16 May 1722, and he d. 22 Mar. 1731. ISAAC, Dorchester, w. of James the first of the same, m. Patience, d. of Humphrey Atherton. JAMES, Dorchester, s. of Jonas, prob. eldest, b. in Eng. a. 1608, freem. 1645, came with his f. prob. in 1634, a tanner, in some town office 1650, and often after, best kn. as ruling Eld. 1651 to [[vol. 2, p. 497]] some time after d. of his w. Mary, 7 May 1677; had Hopestill, bapt. 10 June 1649; Isaac; and Mary, wh. m. Obadiah Hawes; d. 12 May 1686. His will was of 16 Dec. preced. 

JEREMIAH, Saco 1653. JOHN, Simsbury, s. of Michael, d. 1697, leav. John, Thomas, Nathaniel, Samuel, Joseph, Mary, and Abigail, wh. m. Benjamin Graham, and d. 27 June 1697. Descend. are very num. sometimes writ. their name Humphries. JONAS, Dorchester 1634, tanner, whose pits were employ. by six generat. of most worthy descend.; was from Wendover, Co. Bucks, where he was, it is said, the constable, came with ch. James, Jonas, and prob. Elizabeth and Susanna, perhaps with w. Frances, whose d. Sarah was bur. here Sept. 1638. For sec. w. he had Jane, wid. of George Weeks, wh. d. 2 Aug. 1668. He d. 19 Mar. 1662. His will of 12 Mar. pro. 17 Apr. of that yr. in Vol. I. 381, names only w. s. Jonas, gr.-ch. Elizabeth Foy and d. Susanna, w. of Nicholas White. JONAS, Weymouth, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. a. 1620, freem. 1653, by w. Martha had Jonas, b. 24 Jan. or Feb. 1656; John, 31 Aug. 1658; Sarah, 16 May 1661; and James, 16 Sept. 1665; beside sev. bef. rec. of b. begin in that town, as eldest s. Samuel, Nathaniel, and perhaps more. In 1688 he calls hims. 68 yrs. old. His will of 6 Aug. 1692, in Vol. XIV. 24, names only these three s. but adds gr.ch. Jonas, James, and mary, wh. prob. were by his w. Mary ch. of that s. JONAS, wh. had serv. in Johnson's comp. in the hard campaign, Dec. 1675, and d. 30 Oct. 1689 preced. So we see the confus. of Geneal. Reg. V. 401, in tak. gr.s. for s. of the emigr. MICHAEL, Windsor, perhaps had been at Dorchester, was freem. of Conn. 1657; m. 14 Oct. 1647, Priscilla, d. of Matthew Grant had John, b. 7 June 1650; Mary, 24 Oct. 1653; Samuel, 15 May 1656, Sarah, 6 Mar. 1659, wh. m. 11 June 1680, Richard Burnham; Martha, 5 Oct. 1663; Abigail, 23 Mar. 1666; and Hannah, 21 Oct. 1669; all liv. 1697, bef. wh. he d. at Simsbury, whither he rem. 1669. 

NATHANIEL, Hartford, m. Agnes, d. of Samuel Spencer. His wid. m. John Hubbard. NATHANIEL, Ipswich, freem. 1680. NATHANIEL, Weymouth, s. of the sec. Jonas, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 5 Aug. 1685; Ruth, 4 Aug. 1687; Sarah, 28 Jan. 1690; Hannah, 6 July 1692; Susanna, 6 Apr. 1695; Abigail, 12 Jan. 1698; and perhaps others. SAMUEL, Weymouth, eldest br. of the preced. by w. Mary had Sarah, b. 27 Oct. 1679; Samuel, 23 Dec. 1681; John, 19 Feb. 1684; Josiah, 9 Dec. 1686; James, 21 Apr. 1689; Mary, 1 Feb. 1692, d. soon; Mary, again, 30 Jan. 1693; and Abigail, 13 Jan. 1698. SAMUEL, Simsbury, s. of Michael, was a lieut. had d. Mary, b. 15 Nov. 1681, and prob. others. THOMAS, Dover 1660, m. Dec. 1665, at Hingham, a d. of George Lane, prob. liv. at Pemaquid 1674, when he swore fidel. to Mass. as 8 Sept. 1665 he took as good an oath to the royal commissnrs. 

WILLIAM, Boston, [[vol. 2, p. 498]] had gone home, and d. bef Feb. 1654. In 1834, sixteen persons of this name, with slight var. of spel. had been gr. at the N. E. coll. of wh. two at Harv.

HUNGERFORD, THOMAS, Hartford 1639, but not an orig. propr. rem. to New London 1650, was constable 1652, and d. 1663, leav. wid. and ch. Thomas, aged 15; Sarah, 9; and Hannah, 4. His wid. Hannah, d. of Isaac Willey, was his sec. w. m. of course, but few yrs. bef. his d. and mo. of only the last ch. She m. Peter Blachford, and, next, Samuel Spencer of Haddam, whither the fam. had rem. THOMAS, Haddam 1692, s. of the preced. had Thomas, I believe, perhaps John, and prob. others.

HUNKING, somes. HUNKINS, JOHN, Portsmouth 1650, d. 1681, by n. Agnes had John, b. 2 Mar. 1651, d. at 15 yrs. in Eng.; Hercules, 11 July 1656; John, again, 6 Apr. 1660; Peter, 20 Mar. 1663; Agnes, 2 June 1665; William, 6 Jan. 1668; and Mark, 17 May 1670. MARK, Portsmouth, perhaps br. of the preced. had w. Ann, and d. bef. Nov. 1667. His will of 1 July preced. refers to eldest s. Mark, s. Archelaus, and d. Mary. + MARK, Portsmouth, master mariner,in 1679, of a vessel from Barbados for Boston; record. of the Prov. Judge of the Sup. Court, and in 1710 a couns. says Farmer, wh. makes him s. of John; tho. it may seem equal. prob. that he was s. of the preced. He had d. Sarah, wh. m. John Wentworth, and liv. past mid. age, and other ch. but these d. young.

HUNKINGS, WILLIAM, Providence 1641, unit. with Benedict Arnold, William Harris, and others in compl. to their neighb. of Mass. against Gorton and others, wh. is the first matter of 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. I. But I have some doubt, that the name should be Hawkins.

HUNLOCK or HUNLOKE, EDWARD, Boston, from Derbysh. by w. Margaret had Margaret, b. 7 May 1682; Martha, 7 Feb. 1684; and Mary, 15 Feb. 1686; rem. to Burlington in the Prov. of W. Jersey, whence he wrote 12 July 1695 to his kinsman John at Boston. He was in Dec. 1699, appoint. by Gov. Hamilton one of the three Prov. Judges; and in the first yr. of her reign, Queen Anne, by commiss. 16 Nov. 1702, to her cous. Lord Cornbury, Gov. of New Jersey, among his thirteen counsel. nam. him the first. JOHN, Boston, s. of Christopher, of Wingerworth, near Chesterfield, Co. Derby (of wh. we find no trace on our side of the ocean, and therefore presume he never came, espec. as he was creat. a baronet in 1642), m. Joanna, only ch. of Samuel Sendall, had John, b. 7 Oct. 1667, d. young; Joanna, 27 Feb. 1670; John, again, 19 Mar. 1672; Sarah, 10 Sept. 1673; Samuel, 26 July 1678; Jonathan, 12 Dec. 1682; Elizabeth 12 Mar. 1685; and Joseph, 18 Oct. 1689. His w. d. 21 Oct. 1706; and he prob. rem. to N. J. as no further notice of him is found. He had br. Christopher, wh. came over [[vol. 2, p. 499]] to some part of our country, nam. his planta. Wingerworth, as may be learn. from a most curious vol. in MS. of Collections of the Gentry of Derbysh. by Bassano, in the Brit. Museum. Their gr.f. was Nicholas of Wingerworth, where the fam. an old Catholic stock (of wh. however, the latest possessor conform. to the ch. of Eng.), resided until our day, in the rank of baronets, now extinct. He was b. 1547, d. 1605.

HUNN, GEORGE, Boston 1635, tanner, freem. 17 May 1637, by w. Ann had Nathaniel, and d. June 1640, hav. made his will 25 May bef. He had est. at Braintree, also at Long Isl. in the harbor. His wid. m. 16 Dec. 1651, William Philpot. || NATHANIEL, Boston, shoemaker, s. of the preced. by w. Sarah had Sarah, b. 8 July 1652; and John, 16 Jan. 1656, wh. d. next yr.; John, again, 12 Feb. 1659; and George, 23 May 1660. He was of ar. co. 1662, after 1669 is not heard of in B. but d. at Salem in June 1679. Ano. NATHANIEL was of Wethersfield 1673 to 1693.

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