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

Volume #2
Johnson - Jones

By James Savage

Special thanks to Robert Kraft and his assistant, Benjamin Dunning for scanning this book and to Warren Wetmore for perfecting the text and providing technical help in presenting this work for researchers to enjoy.

Johnson Continued:

JAMES, Boston 1635, a glover, freem. 25 May 1636; ar. co. a capt. in 1656,and deac. 1667; His w. Margaret d. 28 Mar. 1643; and he m. Abigail, d. of Elder Thomas Oliver, had Joseph, b. 27, bapt. 29 Sept. 1644, bur. very soon; Abigail, 25, bapt. 30 Nov. 1645; Abigail, again, b. 12 Feb. 1647; James, and John, tw. 7 Mar. 1653; Elizabeth 12 Apr. 1655, perhaps d. in few mos.; Mary, 27 Mar. 1657; and two nam. Hannah, of wh. the elder, 23 Nov. 1659, the younger was b. 12 June 1661. JAMES, Andover, prob. s. of Thomas of the same, m. 26 Apr. 1692, Elizabeth Peters. JEREMIAH, New Haven 1662, had Thomas, b. 25 Apr. 1664; ano. ch. 1666; and Samuel, 8 Mar. 1671; perhaps rem. to Derby, had sev. more ch. and d. 1704. *|| JOHN, Roxbury, came, prob. in the fleet with Winthrop bring. w. Margery, wh. d. or was bur. 9 June 1655, and his ch. Isaac and Humphrey, prob. others, as his will speaks of five ch. and my conject. is, that other three were ds. and all b. in Eng.; desir. adm. 19 Oct. 1630, and was made freem. 18 May foll. a man of est. and distinct. rep. at the first Gen. Court, 1634, and many yrs. foll. ar. co. 1638, surveyor-gen. of arms, and ammunit. He m. Grace, wid. of Barnabas Fawer, and d. 30 Sept. 1659. JOHN, Newport 1638, may have been of Wickford 1674. JOHN, Sandwich 1643. JOHN, New Haven 1643, counts five in fam. prob. the propr. with others of the name, 1685; may be he, wh. came in the James from London, 1630, aged 26; with w. Susan, 24; Elizabeth 2; and Thomas, 18 mos. wh. may be thot. a blunder by the custom ho. clk. for 8 mos. At New Haven had Daniel, b. 1648, bapt. 6 Mar. 1653; Samuel, 25 Feb. bapt. 1 Mar. 1654; Hannah, 4, bapt. 8 Feb. 1657; Sarah, 26, bapt. 28 Aug. 1664; and Abigail, wh. m. 1690, Joseph Foote of Branford. Perhaps he was br. of Edmund, a fellow-passeng. but it must be left for larger inq. to reach certainty. Ano. JOHN came from London 1635, in the Elizabeth, aged 23, of wh. I can guess nothing, but kn. that one John, for serv. in the Pequot war, 1637, had gr. in Conn. of fifty acres in 1671. He may be the freem. of Guilford, 1669, or of New Haven. The Guilford John m. Elizabeth Disbrow, 1 Oct. 1651, wh. had been divorc. that yr. for offence of her h. Thomas Relph, Rolfe, or Relfe, wh. ran off to R. I. He had four ch. by her, John; Ruth, b. 8 Nov. 1654; Isaac, 8 Mar. 1656; and Abigail, 5 Dec. 1659. His w. d. 23 Dec. 1669; and he d. 1681, in his will of 22 Nov. that yr. calls hims. 63 yrs. old, nam. these four ch. JOHN, Rowley 1650, m. 1 Dec. 1655, Hannah, d. of Anthony Crosby, had John, b. 1668, and Samuel, 1671; beside two ds. He prob. had serv. in Philip's war for in 1677 he was made capt. of the [[vol. 2, p. 555]] town by the Gen. Ct. 

JOHN, Lancaster 1654, may be he of Sudbury, wh. m. 19 Nov. 1657, Deborah, d. of William Ward, wh. d. 9 Aug. 1697, aged 60; and liv. at Marlborough, where he had John, b. 1672, d. soon; Daniel, 1675; Elizabeth 1677; and Deborah, 1678; was freem. 1690, and d. 4 May 1713. JOHN, Woburn, s. prob. of capt. Edward, m. 28 Apr. 1657, Bethia Read, had John, b. 24 Jan. foll.; Bethia, 20 Jan. 1660; William, 29 Sept. 1662; Obadiah, 15 June 1664; Samuel, 29 Oct. 1670; and Nathaniel, 15 May 1673. *JOHN, Charlestown, m. 15 Oct. 1656, Elizabeth d. of Elias Maverick, had John, b. 3 Aug. 1657; and prob. others, certain. Ruth, wh. in 1681 is nam. in the will of gr.f. Maverick, as liv. with him; rem. bef. 1662, to Haverhill, was the first blacksmith there, freem. 1666, rep. 1690; had m. sec. w. 8 Sept. 1680, Catharine, wid. of John Maverick, br. of his former w. JOHN, Boston, a turner, m. Sarah, d. of James Neighbors and unit. with others in div. of his est. JOHN, New Haven, by w. Hannah had Hannah, wh. m. 21 June 1677, Samuel Hummerstone; John, b. 27 Aug. 1661; Ruth, 3 Apr. 1667, wh. m. as is said, 10 Oct. 1698, Benjamin Dorman; Abigail, 7 Apr. 1670; Daniel, 21 Feb. 1672; beside Sarah, wh. m. 8 Feb. 1684, John Wolcott. JOHN, Watertown, m. 19 Oct. 1659, Mary, d. of Thomas King, had Hannah. wh. m. 7 Dec. 1697, Francis Pierce, her f. hav. giv. her in the mo. preced. houses and lds. at Cambridge farms, now Lexington, whither he had rem. JOHN, New Hampsh. m. 26 Dec. 1661, Eleanor Brackett, had John, b. 2 Nov. 1662; Rosamond, 10 June 1665; Hannah. 7 Feb. 1670; James, 13 Nov. 1673; and Ebenezer, 1676. JOHN, Rehoboth, had Elizabeth b. 19 May 1673; Joseph, 3 Oct. 1677; Rebecca, 17 Nov. 1679; Rachel, 23 Dec. 1681, d. in four mos.; Jonathan, 20 Feb. 1683. JOHN, Norwich 1677, has large posterity. 

JOHN, Charlestown, s. of John of the same, m. on the same day with his f. 8 Sept. 1680, Mary, d. prob. of Thomas Mousall. JOHN, Oxford, one of the Huguenots, wh. prob. came, 1686, from Rochelle in France, after the persecut. begun the yr. bef. and wrote his name Jean Jeanson, had w. Susan, was with three of his ch. k. by the Ind. 25 Aug. 1696. His wid. m. 18 Apr. 1701, her cous. Daniel Johonnot, wh. rescu. her from that fate, as the fam. tradit. credibly reports. JOHN, Andover, prob. s. of Thomas of the same, m. 13 Sept. 1689, Eleanor Ballard, hav. lost former w. Susanna, on 12 Sept. 1683; and he d. 1741, aged 74. JOHN, Salem 1691, a lighterman. Felt. He m. 23 Feb. 1678, Esther Beers, perhaps d. of Philip, had John, b. 3 Aug. 1679. JOHN, New Haven, s. of Robert, m. 2 Mar. 1685, Mabel Grannis, d. of Edward, had John, b. 3 Mar. 1687; Thomas, 12 June 1690; Ann, Feb. 1691; Sarah, 9 Apr. 1694; Daniel, 22 Apr. 1696; Joseph, 2 Dec. 1698; Benjamin, 9 Mar. 1701; Robert, 2 June 1703; James, 3 Sept. 1705; Mehitable, 29 Feb. 1708; and Hannah, 23 May 1710. JONATHAN, Marlborough, perhaps s. of William of Charlestown, had w. Mary, and ch. Mary, b. 1664; William, 1665; Jonathan, 1667; was freem. 1685, and d. 21 Apr. 1712. Jonathan, jr. was freem. 1690. JOSEPH, Charlestown, s. of the first William, m. 19 Apr. 1664, Mary, perhaps d. of Manus Sally, but had sec. w. Hannah bef. 1681, 

JOSEPH, Lancaster, d. 17 Apr. 1668, leav. wid. Susanna. MARMADUKE, Cambridge 1661, printer, sent over by the Soc. for Prop. the Gospel to put Eliot's Ind. Bible to press, ought to have more told of him, than that he was sick of his resid. here, and went home in 1664, a little bef. finish. the work. No doubt the governm. of the coll. were well pleas. to be rid of him at first, yet in 1674 he was again chos. printer; whether he had come back from his native ld. and here solicit. patronage is not certain. kn. but may reasonab. be believ. We can boldly presume, that it was not on acco. of re-impress. of the Ind. Bible, for that work in the sec. Ed. did not appear bef. 1685; and he [[vol. 2, p. 556]]

had, I think, d. long time bef. as his inv. is of date 24 Apr. 1676. *MATTHEW, Woburn, s. of Capt. Edward, b. in Eng. m. 12 Nov. 1656, Hannah, d. of Peter Palfrey, wh. d. 1 Aug. 1662, and 23 Oct. foll. m. Rebecca, d. of Elder John Wiswall of Boston, had Rebecca, b. 1 Mar. 1665, wh. m. 1692, Samuel Wyman; Matthew, 18 Mar. 1667; Hannah, 23 Apr. 1669; Samuel, 28 Apr. 1672; Ruth, 1 Jan. 1675; Sarah, 14 Apr. 1677; Henry, 7 Apr. 1683; and was rep. 1686, 9-92, and d. 19 July 1696, aged 62. MOSES, Stratford, is thot. to be that s. of Peter, b. by his mo. when imprison. 1650 or 1, m. a. 1676, Mary, d. of Robert Rose, had Rebecca, bapt. 8 Apr. 1677, d. young,; Zeruiah, b. 30 Apr. 1682; Rebecca, again, bapt. July 1683, or 4; John, b. 18 Apr. 1686; Sarah, 5 Aug. 1688; Mary, 20 Apr. 1690; Elizabeth 18 Oct. 1691; Moses, 13 May 1694; and Solomon, 5 Jan. 1696. He rem. to Woodbury, but Cothren mistakes him for his own s. NATHANIEL, Roxbury, s. of capt. Isaac, m. 29 Apr. 1667, Mary Smith, had John, b. 29 Apr. 1668; Nathaniel, 19 Mar.1670; Smith, 22 Jan. 1672; Mary, 14 Feb. 1674; and Hannah, 13 Mar. 1683. Perhaps he rem. to Marlborough, was freem. 1690. NATHANIEL, Medfield, m. 14 Nov. 1671, Mary d. of John Plimpton; d. in Marlborough, prob. 24 July 1718, in 80th yr. NATHANIEL, Charlestown, householder 1678, may have been s. of William, for his name in the list stands next to that of the wid. He had m. 24 Nov. 1668, Joanna Long, and d. 1678. His wid. m. 10 Dec. 1679, the sec. Christopher Goodwin. PETER, an early advent. with Bryan Binks, in the settlem. of Sagadahock. See Col. Rec. I. 98. He and his associates prob. went to Virg. at least Winthrop I. 58, gives them no permanence. PETER, Boston, call. a Dutchman, when in 1638, Richard Rawlings was allow. to purch. his ho. and he rem. was of Fairfield, a. 1649. His w. Elizabeth had a ch. b. in pris. where perhaps she d. We find not the occasion of the imprison. of the w. wh. was very long, but conject. is, that she was insane, that the ch. was posthum. nam. Moses, and had elder brs. John, and Ebenezer. John d. in 1659, his minor brs. were heirs. See Trumbull, Col. Rec. I. 209, 222, 6, and 32. The explanat. is altogether traditional, as also the story, very natural, that the mo. wh. admin. est. of John, m. John Fossecar of Fairfield. PETER, Andover; perhaps s. of Thomas of the same, m. 23 Nov. 1693, Mehitable Farnham. RETURN, Hampton, sw. alleg. 25 Apr. 1678, but had at Andover, m. 7 Sept. 1673, Mary Johnson. RICHARD, Charlestown, or Watertown, came in the employm. of Sir Richard Saltonstall, 1630, and rem. to Salem, had gr. of ld. 1637, but prob. liv. at Lynn that yr. freem. 17 May, had ch. Daniel, Samuel, Elizabeth and Abigail, and d. 26 Aug. 1666. His will of 20 Aug. nam. these four ch. Elizabeth m. 4 Nov. 1664, the sec. Thomas Tolman. RICHARD, Swanzey, by w. Elizabeth had Richard, b. 21 Jan. 1684. RICHARD, New Haven, had no fam. prob. but is call. "old Richard Johnson" in rec. of his d. 1679. ROBERT, New Haven 1646, d. 1661, and in his will names his ch. Thomas, John, and William. His wid. Adeline m. 7 Jan. 1663, Robert Hill; and next, 22 May 1666, John Scranton. Porter suppos. him to be s. of an earlier Robert, wh. was d. in 1641. [[vol. 2, p. 557]] ROBERT, the gr. of H. C. 1645, is altogether unkn. to us, nor has the yr. of his d. been heard of. William Winthrop, a dilig. antiquary, wh. bestow. most of his life on the Coll. Catal. thot. he might be s. of capt. Edward, and allud. to in his Hist. with the fantastic title; but by Farmer, a more judicious inquir. this is held highly improb. ROBERT, Marblehead 1674. 

SAMUEL, Boston, a mariner, by w. Mary had Peter, b. 2 July 1653; and d. 19 Mar. foll. ano. SAMUEL, Lynn, perhaps br. of Daniel, bef. ment. and he or ano. of Boston, may be the freem. call. cornet of L. in the list of 1691, m. 22 Jan. 1664, Mary Collins, had Mary, b. 19 Jan. 1665, d. in 3 mos.; Samuel, 18 Nov. 1666, d. young; Mary, again, 25 May 1669; Hannah, 15 May 1671; Elizabeth 16 Dec. 1672; Richard, 8 Nov. 1674; Ruth, 6 Mar. 1678; and Samuel, 18 Mar. 1679. He may hav. tak. o. of fidel. at Dartmouth 1684. SAMUEL, York 1680, was, perhaps, s. of Edward of the same, and took o. of alleg. soon after him. SAMUEL, New Haven, a propr. in 1685 was prob. a gr.s. of Robert. SAMUEL, one of the soldiers in Gallop's comp. 1690, in the sad expedit. of Sir William Phips, of wh. no more is kn. SAMUEL, Guilford, s. of deac. William of the same, m. 7 Nov. 1694, Mary, d. of David Sage of Middletown, had William, b. 4 Sept. 1695, d. soon; Samuel, 14 Oct. 1696, Y. C. 1714, the disting. scholar, wh. bec. Presid. of King's Coll. N. Y.; Mary, 8 Mar. 1699; David, 1700; Elizabeth 19 Oct. 1703, d. at 9 yrs.; Nathaniel, 17 Apr. 1705; Abigail, 9 Apr. 1707; William, again, 19 Apr. 1709; Mercy, 19 Dec. 1710, d. young,; Elizabeth 20 Feb. 1713, d. young; and Timothy, Oct. 1715, d. at 16 yrs. His w. d. 8 May 1727; but when he d. is unkn. 

SOLOMON, Sudbury 1638, freem. 1651, by w. Hannah had Joseph, or Joshua, and Nathaniel, tw. b. 3 Feb. 1640; Mary, 23 Jan. 1644; and by w. Elinor had Caleb, 1 Feb. 1646, casually k. at 8 yrs.; Samuel, 5 Mar. 1654; Hannah, 27 Apr. 1656; and Caleb, again, 31 Oct. 1658; and d. 28 July 1690. But Bond gives to Elinor the first four ch. and Barry says, there was Solomon jr. at S. and if my suspic. that this is a mistake, be unfound. some part of the preced. may belong to him. He m. sec. w. 1 Feb. 1687, Hannah Craft. His d. Hannah m. Gershom Eames, and next, 4 or 6 Sept. 1679, William Ward of Marlborough. STEPHEN, Andover, m. 5 Nov. 1661, Elizabeth d. perhaps, or sis. of Rev. Francis Dane, had Elizabeth wh. d. 14 Feb. 1668; Stephen; Francis, b. 1666; Ann, wh. d. 26 June 1669; Joseph; Mary, wh. d. 22 Mar. 1673; and Benjamin; but the order of b. is not kn. He d. 30 Nov. 1690. THOMAS, Hartford, a cobbler, as the rec. of his admin. 1640, calls him. 

THOMAS, Hingham 1635, came, perhaps, in the Hopewell, capt. Babb, in the autumn of that yr. from London, aged 25 (tho. the name in the custom ho. rec. may be tak. for Ireson, and inspect. leaves it uncert.) is prob. the man, was [[vol. 2, p. 558]]

in peril on a raft, 1646, as told by Winthrop II. 305, and was drown. says Boston rec. in the harbor, 29 May 1656. His wid. Margaret, late in Dec. 1659. gave (as she says was the intent of her h.) all her prop. neither of them hav. ch. to Mary, d. of John Tucker of said H. wh. m. Joseph Church. THOMAS, Dover 1648-57, had only ch. a d. that d. prob. soon after her f. wh. d. a. 1661. THOMAS, New Haven, perhaps s. of Robert, had Joseph, b. 30 Nov. 1651; John, 27 Apr. 1654, both bapt. 8 Feb. 1657; Abigail, b. 19 Jan. 1658, d. soon; Sarah, 2 Nov. 1659; and Abigail, again, 14 June 1662. He m. sec. w. Sept. 1663, Frances Hitchcock, had Thomas, 11 July foll. and rem. to Newark, N. J.; was a propr. 1685. THOMAS, of the class in H. C. 1661, is, like Robert, wholly unkn. as also date of his d. In Mather's Catal. of 1698, both are starred. THOMAS, New London 1682. THOMAS, Andover, m. 5 July 1657, Mary, d. of Nicholas Holt, wh. d. 15 Nov. 1700, had Thomas, John, James, Peter, and Josiah, liv. at his d. 1719, in 88th yr. He was freem. 1691 and perhaps had other ch. for I find Penelope J. k. by the Ind. at Andover, 22 Feb. 1698. TIMOTHY, Andover, m. 15 Dec. 1674, Rebecca, d. of John Aslett, and d. 15 Mar. 1688. WALTER, Middletown 1684, but I learn nothing more of him. WILLIAM, Charlestown 1634, perhaps br.of capt. Edward, had w. Elizabeth says the ch. rec. of their adm. in Feb. 1635, and Ruhamah, a d. bapt. 21 Feb. 1635, wh. m. 25 Apr. 1654, John Knight; Joseph, 12 Feb. 1637; Elizabeth 17 Mar. 1639, wh. m. 5 Jan. 1659, Edward Wyer; and Jonathan, 14 Aug. 1641; and prob. others, certain Isaac; and d. 9 Dec. 1677. Ano. WILLIAM of Charlestown, by w. Judith had James, b. 21 Aug. 1648. WILLIAM, Boston, mariner, m. Temperance, d. of Robert Ratchell, d. bef. Apr. 1677. *WILLIAM, Guilford, m. 2 July 1651, Elizabeth Bushnell, perhaps d. of Francis, an import. man, rep. 1665, and often for above twenty yrs. after, was a deac. had Elizabeth b. 1652; Hannah, 21 Mar. 1654, wh. may be guess. to be call. Ann in the will or other rec.; Mary, 21 Feb. 1657; Sarah, 22 Nov. 1658, d. soon; Martha, 27 Feb. 1660, d. in few wks.; Abigail, 24 Oct. 1661, d. young; Mercy, 12 Jan. 1665; Sarah, again, 13 Aug. 1667, d. at 2 yrs.; Samuel, 5 June 1670; and Nathaniel, 17 Apr. 1672. The mo. d. ten days after, and the last ch. d. in few wks. and the f. d. 1 Oct. 1702. Elizabeth m. 1674, Samuel Hall; Mary m. 23 Dec. 1676; and Ann m. 1680, John Fowler the sec. In his will, of 18 June 1695, he names Benjamin, and Deborah, ch. of his d. Mary, wid. of Thomas Stone, and gr.d. Mercy Scranton, tho. whose ch. she was, is not kn. beside ch. Samuel, and two ds. Elizabeth Hall, and Ann Fowler. WILLIAM, Stonington 1670, d. 1696, leav. ch. α*WILLIAM, Woburn, s. of capt. Edward, b. in Eng. freem. 1655, m. 16 May 1655, Esther, d. of Elder Thomas Wiswall of Dorchester, had William, b. 26 Feb. 1656; Edward, 19 Mar. 1658; Ebenezer, 29 Mar. 1659; Esther, 13 Apr. 1662; Joseph, 14 June 1664; Benjamin, 15 Oct. 1666; Josiah, 15 Jan. 1669; Susanna, 29 June 1671; and Abigail, 4 Oct. 1674. Perhaps he took sec. w. 18 Feb. 1692, Mary Cook. He [[vol. 2, p. 559]] was rep. 1674, 6-83, a milit. offic. of every rank, exc. the highest, an Assist. 1684 till the usurp. by the King of our chart. rights, and, on overthrow of Andros, 1689, one of the Com'tee of safety, a generous and sturdy support. of old chart. so no favorite (Hutch. I. 414, well presumes) with Mather, wh. dictat. the appointm. at the Court of William and Mary; and d. 22 May 1704 is wid. d. 27 Dec. 1707, tho. the clumsy inscript. on her gr.stone says she d. 17 Dec. 1706, aged 48, when she had been m. upwards of fifty-one and a half yrs. bef. this false date; and d. Esther m. 17 Dec. 1685, Seth Wyman, and d. 31 Mar. 1742. WILLIAM, Wallingford 1670, perhaps s. of Robert, prob. rem. to New Haven, there had w. Sarah, and was propr. 1685. Ano. 

WILLIAM, New Haven, perhaps s. of the first John, had fourteen ch. but the mo. is unkn.; William; Abraham, b. 10 Mar. 1669; Abigail, 6 Dec. 1670; Isaac, 27 Oct. 1672; Jacob, 25 Sept. 1674; John, and Sarah, tw. 6 Nov. 1676; Samuel, 3 Sept. 1678; Mary, 1 Apr. 1680; Lydia, 7 Jan. 1682; Elizabeth 11 Jan. 1684, d. next mo.; Hope, and Elizabeth tw. 10 May 1685, of wh. Hope liv. but few days; and Ebenezer, 5 Apr. 1688; and the f. d. 1716. WILLIAM, Andover, m. 23 May 1678, Sarah Lovejoy, had Susanna, wh. d. 7 Feb. 1683; and prob. other ch. was freem. 1691. WILLIAM, Charlestown, perhaps s. of William of the same, by w. Sarah Burrage, d. of John, m. 5 Apr. 1682, had Joanna, b. 22, bapt. 26 Oct. 1684; John, 11 Sept. 1685; WILLIAM, Woburn, prob. s. of William of the same, had w. Esther Taylor, m. 31 Dec. 1682, wh. d. 17 Dec. 1706, in 49th yr.; by her had William, b. 19 Sept. 1683, bapt. at Charlestown 6 Apr. foll. Esther, bapt. at O. S. ch. in Boston, 6 June 1686; and William, again, b. 28 Mar. or 17 July, bapt. 22 July 1688; Thomas, bapt. 28 Mar. 1690; Matthew, 31 Jan. 1692; Bethia, 1 Apr. 1694; and Richard, 17 Nov. 1695. WINGLE, or WINDLE, New Haven, m. Dec. 1664, Sarah, d. of John Hall, had William, b. 15 Sept. 1665; and John, 20 July 1667; was freem. 1669. ZECHARIAH, Charlestown 1672, s. of William, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth bapt. 9 Apr. 1673; Jefts, 28 Nov. 1675; Elizabeth again, 12 Mar. 1676; Sarah, 18 Nov. 1677; and Zechariah, 5 Sept. 1680; William, 11 Feb. 1683; Sarah, again, 14 Dec. 1684; and Mary, 14 Oct. 1688; and he was freem. 1676. Of this name the occurrence is so freq. in all parts of N. E. that out of inq. confin. exclus. to it, a large vol. would grow. Perhaps even some stocks may have escap. my research. The first person in N. E. guilty of the impossib. crime of witchcraft, and exec. at Hartford, was a Johnson of Windsor; and one of the most disting. was Rev. Samuel, b. at Guilford, 14 Oct. 1696, the first Presid. of King's Coll. at New York, wh. d. 6 Jan. 1772. Sometimes, but rarely, this name appears Johnstone. Ten of the name had been gr. at Harv. in 1834, of wh. three were clerg. and forty-eight at other N. E. coll. of wh. twenty-one were clerg.

JOHONNOT, ANDREW, Boston, distiller, s. of Daniel, m. a. 1730, Mary, d. of Anthony Oliver; whose Huguenot name, as he spelt it, was Anthoine Olivier, had Mary, b. 1730; Daniel, 1732; Andrew, 1735; Francis, wh. d. young; Susanna, 1738; Margaret, 1740; Martha, 1750; William, 1752; Elizabeth Aug. 1754, d. next yr.; Oliver, Sept. 1755, d. next yr.; beside six more, wh. d. inf. He d. 1 June 1760, and his wid. d. 23 Jan. 1774. DANIEL, Boston, a Huguenot youth, b. a. 1668, came from Rochelle, in France, attending his uncle Andrew Sigourney, prob. in [[vol. 2, p. 560]] 1686, and liv. at Oxford with those other noble exiles, until driv. away by the Ind. in Aug. 1696, when he says. tradit. that may in this case be nearer the truth than common, his cousin Susan Johnson, whose h. and three ch. were then k. On 18 Apr. 1701, he m. her, had Zechary, b. 20 Jan. 1702; Susan, 18 Apr. 1703; Daniel, 19 Mar. 1704, d. at 17 yrs.; Andrew, 21 June 1705; Marian, 17 Aug. 1706; and Francis, 30 Nov. 1709. His w. d. after 1731, and he d. June 1748. His will, of 29 May in that yr. names the three surv. s. only, with childr. of d. Marian Boyer, dec.

JONES, ABEL, Northampton, freem. 1690. *ABRAHAM, Hull, 1657, freem. 1673, was rep. 1689. In his will of 8 Jan. 1717, with a P. S. of 21 of the same, made when he was "full of days," he ment. w. Sarah and his seven s. Benjamin, Thomas, Abraham, Josiah, Joseph, John, and Ephraim. ABRAHAM, Hull, perhaps s. of the preced. freem. 1680. Ano. Abraham perhaps was freem. 1690. ALEXANDER, Portsmouth 1631, wh. m. a d. of Thomas Walford of the same, and had Alexander, was one of those sent by Mason, the patentee. BENJAMIN, Bristol, s. prob. of the first Robert, had w. Bathshua in 1688. BENJAMIN, Waterbury, among early sett. m. 2 May 1661, Hannah Spencer of Milford, had Benjamin, b. June 1662, wh. d. young; and Benjamin, again, minor at the d. of his f. 30 Dec. 1690. BENJAMIN, Malden 1681, perhaps is the man wh. m. at Hingham, Dec. 1686, Susanna Beal; but this name is repeat. in six or seven generat. at H. and no details can I obtain. BENJAMIN, Gloucester, s. of Thomas, m. 22 Jan. 1678, Elizabeth Wills, says Babson, wh. adds, they had four ch. there, but he does not name them, and only says, none of the fam. were there aft. 1686. BENJAMIN, New Haven, m. 20 Nov. 1687, Hannah Brown, is by some suppos. to be s. of dept.-gov. William; and their liberality extends to furnish. him a sec. w. and large fam. of ch. but I cannot accept the progeny, as it seems too recent. BENJAMIN, New Haven, s. of Benjamin of Waterbury, sold, in 1715, the ld. of his f. but contin. to reside there, and Bronson says, had Benjamin, Hannah, Ruth, Vinson, Martha, and Ebenezer betw. 1706 and 1722. BENONI, Northampton, s. of Griffith, m. 23 Jan. 1689, Esther, d. of John Ingersoll, wid. of William Garley, had Jonathan, b. 4 Jan. 1695, d. young; Benjamin, 1696; Ebenezer, 12 Nov. 1698; and Jonathan, again, 3 Mar. 1703. The last two with the f. were k. by the Ind. 13 May 1704, when the mo. was tak. away to Canada, and d. there next yr. CHARLES, wh. came 1635, aged 21, in the Abigail from London, may be thot. br. of Thomas, wh. came at the same time in that sh.; if so was prob. of Dorchester. CORNELIUS, Stamford 1670, call. sen. so that perhaps he had s. of the same name. DAVID, Dorchester, freem. 1665, m. 11 May 1659, Sarah, d. of Clement Topliff, had Jonathan, b. 9, bapt. 11 Mar. 1660, d. under 22 yrs.; Elizabeth 7, bapt. 14 Sept. 1662, d. under 20 yrs.; David, 20, bapt. 27 Nov. 1664; John, 8, bapt. 12 May 1667; Praise-ever, 18 Nov. 1671; and Jonathan, again, 29 May 1683. His w. d. 13 Oct. foll. aged 44; and he d. 27 Sept. 1694, aged 66. His will of 3 Aug. preced. that names only s. Praisever, and Jonathan with gr.s. David, may be read in Lib. XIII. Prob. he was that soldier of Turner's comp. wh. with a few others did not march all the way to the place of their hard serv. on Conn. riv. but was left at Quaboag, 4 Mar. 1676. 

DAVID, Dorchester, s. of the preced. was a cordwainer, freem. [[vol. 2, p. 561]] 1690, m. 18 Mar. 1685, Ann Bullard, wh. d. 16 Mar. 1695, and had David, 18 July 1689; d. 18 June 1691. EBENEZER, Northampton 1678, prob. s. of Griffith. EBENEZER, Dorchester, s. of Isaac of the same, by w. Barbara had Rebecca, wh. d. 11 June 1693, aged 6 mos.; and he had also by w. Lydia a d. Barbara, b. Jan. 1700, wh. d. in few days. EDWARD, Charlestown, freem. 18 May 1631, with prefix of resp. was prob. therefore a passeng. in the fleet with Winthrop yet no more is kn. of him, but that he was there in 1636 prob. and by w. Ann, d. of George Griggs of Boston, had Mary, bapt. 8 Jan. 1637; Elizabeth b. 11 May 1643. His wid. m. Robert Latimore. Mary m. 26 Sept. 1665, John Trumbull, ELIPHALET, Huntington, L. I. s. of Rev. John, was ord. a. 1677, hav. preach. at Rye some yrs. and d. 5 June 1731, leav. no ch. See Wood's Hist. EPHRAIM, Concord, s. of John, m. 7 May 1673, Ruth, d. of capt. Thomas Wheeler. GRIFFIN, or GRIFFITH, Springfield 1646, freem. 1649 had Mercy, b. 1647; Hepzibah, 1649; Samuel, 1651; Ebenezer, 1653; Thomas, 1655; Griffith, 1658, d. soon; Griffith, again, perhaps 1660; Experience, 1662; Peletiah, 1664; beside Benoni, bef. ment. whose date is not found; and d. 19 Feb. 1677. HENRY, Lynn 1642. HUGH, Salem, m. 26 June 1660, Hannah, eldest d. of John Tompkins, had Hannah, b. 9 Feb. foll. d. next yr.; Sarah, wh. d. 12 Oct. 1662; Sarah, again, 30 Apr. 1663, d. soon; Elizabeth 2 Oct. 1664; Mary, 30 Jan. 1666; John, 4 Aug. 1667; Deborah, 10 Mar. 1670; Samuel, 30 Apr. 1672; and his w. d. 10 May foll. On 31 Dec. foll. he m. Mary Foster, and had Rebecca, 15 Oct. 1673; Abigail, 7 Jan. 1675; Hannah, again, 17 May 1677; Rachel, 17 Apr. 1679; Sarah, 10 July 1681; and Lydia, 20 Feb. 1685. When he d. is not kn. but it was bef. 30 June 1692, for that day Elizabeth Booth sw. on the trial for witchcr. of Elizabeth Procter, that the spectre of Jones assur. the witness that Mrs. P. k. him, ╥because he had a pot of cider of her, wh. he had not paid for.╙ Such were the nonsense stories, that the Ct. allow. to be giv. to the jury. Essex Inst. II. 198. ISAAC, Dorchester, s. of Thomas, prob. b. in Eng. freem. 1654, by first w. Hannah Heath, d. prob. of William, had beside one d. that liv. to be ment. in the will of Elizabeth Heath, 1 Jan. 1665, Hannah, b. 20 Nov. 1658, d. in 8 days, and the w. d. bef. or soon after. He m. 7 Apr. 1659, Mary, wid. prob. of Samuel Bass, jr. and d. of Robert Howard, had Thomas, b. 15, bapt. 18 Mar. 1660; Ebenezer, 20 Dec. 1661; Mary, bapt. 3 Jan. 1664; and his w. d. 23 Oct. 1691, aged 62. His will, of 6 Dec. 1699, with codic. 23 Aug. foll. pro. 12 Mar. next, may be seen in our Lib. XIV. 310. It names no ch. but Ebenezer and Jonathan. ISAAC, Casco, had lds. on Presumscut riv. 1681. Willis thinks he came from Charlestown that yr. and was at Falmouth. ISAAC, Boston, by w. Mary had Mary b. Apr. 1687; and John, 24 Oct. 1691. ISAAC, New Haven, youngest s. of William of the same, m. 21 Nov. 1692, Deborah Clark of Stratford, had Samuel, b. 27 Sept. 1693; William, 20 Jan. 1695; Timothy, 30 Oct. 1696; Mary, 6 Oct. 1698; Deborah, 25 Sept. 1700; Isaac, 23 Dec. 1702; Hannah Feb. 1704, d. at 4 yrs.; Jacob, 20 Mar. 1707; James, 16 May 1709; and Ebenezer, 25 Feb. 1713, d. soon; was a clothier. His w. d. 28 May 1733, aged 63, and he d. 1741. From this branch, it is thot. most of the descend. of dept. gov. William are deriv. JACOB, New Haven, d. 1675. JAMES, freem. of Mass. 1644, may have belong. to Roxbury, or Charlestown, or Boston, or other town, after that date, were the surname was common; but among the mem. of ch. in the first three wh. would prove his right, the name of bapt. is not found.

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