Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,
By James Savage
JORDAN,JOURDAINE, or JOURDAN, DOMINICUS, Scarborough, third [[vol. 2, p. 569]] s. of Robert, m. Hannah, d. of Ralph Tristram of Saco, had Dominicus, and other childr. was k. by the Ind. 1703, when his w. and childr. were carr. off to Canada, whence, after thirteen yrs. Dominicus escap. This s. was a maj. and d. 1749, aged 66; and his s. Dominicus d. 1788, aged 72. Dominicus, eldest s. of this last, b. 19 Apr. 1740, was liv. when Willis wrote in 1831, the oldest man in the town, enjoy. part of the ancestr. domain. FRANCIS, Ipswich 1634, m. 6 Nov. 1635, Jane Wilson, had Sarah, b. 8 Nov. 1636; Hannah, 14 Mar. 1638; Mary, 7 Apr. 1639, d. in 4 mos.; Mary, again, 16 May 1641; Lydia, 14 Feb. 1643; and Deborah, 4 Dec. 1645; made his will 23 Apr. 1678, in wh. he names w. Jane, and a gr.ch. Mary Simson. JAMES, Dedham, d. betw. 24 Apr. and 4 May 1655, his will, of the earlier date, by wh. alone we learn any thing a. the man, that speaks of age and infirmity, ment. s. Thomas, eldest d. Mary, wh. is blind, and therefore gives £30 to her, and to ea. of the five ch. of d. Ann, w. of Abraham Jaquith, late of Charlestown, £1. JOHN, Guilford 1639, sign. the coven. of 1 June of that yr. by his name, Jurden, was there in 1668, perhaps d. next yr. JOHN, Plymouth 1643, wh. may have been f. of that Jehosabeth that m. 14 Dec. 1665, John Robbins of Bridgewater; at least there had Baruch, b. 24 Feb. 1651; may have rem. to Portsmouth. JOHN, Portsmouth, eldest s. of Robert, m. 1677, or 8, Elizabeth d. of Elias Stileman. ROBERT, Casco, came as a preacher, bef. 1641, prob. hav. deacon's or priest's orders from Episc. author. as all the other min. of the time had here, but desirous, as they were not, of adher. to the ch. of Eng. m. Sarah, only d. of John Winter, the gr. trad. of all that coast, and slid easily into civ. life, but was not cautions eno. to conciliate the Mass. chief men, wh. imprison. him 1654, but in 1658 he was sw. a freem. of this jurisdict. His est. was on the Spurwink, now Scarborough. On the Ind. hostil. 1675, he withdrew to Portsmouth, and there, in 68th yr. d. 1679, his will, of 28 Jan. being pro. 1 July of that yr. His w. and ch. John, Robert, Dominicus, Jedediah, Samuel, and Jeremiah, are in it carefully provid. for. Willis, I. 154, 238. ROBERT, Scarborough, s. of the preced. did not sustain the reput. of his f. STEPHEN, Ipswich 1634, came that yr. in the Mary and John, rem. to Newbury, d. 8 Feb. 1670, leav. wid. Susanna, wh. d. 25 Jan. 1673, and two ds. wh. had m. Robert Cross and John Andrews, both at Ipswich. THOMAS, Dedham, s. of James, freem. 1647. THOMAS, Guilford 1650, came from some part of Kent, Eng. went home in 1651, and was of distinct. there. A d. m. Andrew Leete. THOMAS, Rehoboth, m. 24 Dec. 1674, Esther Hall, d. of Edward of the same.
JOSE, CHRISTOPHER, Portsmouth, had liv. at Isle of Shoals, where he was constable 1656; by w. Jane had Richard, b. 10 Nov. 1660; Thomas, 27 June 1662; Joanna, 13 Mar. 1664; Margaret, or Mary, 10 Oct. [[vol. 2, p. 570]] 1666; John, 27 May 1668; Jane, 18 July 1670; Samuel, 6 May 1672; and Mary, 8 July 1674; and he d. a. 1678. Mary m. 5 Jan. 1693, Ichabod Plaisted. RICHARD, Portsmouth, s. of the preced. m. 16 Oct. 1683, Hannah, d. of Richard Martin, had Joanna, b. 17 Nov. 1685; Jane, 20 July 1689; Mary, 20 Jan. 1694; Richard, 17 Oct. 1696; Martin, 28 Dec. 1700; and Sarah, 20 Apr. 1704; in Aug. 1699 was made Sheriff of the Prov. had sec. w. Esther, d. of maj. Richard Waldron, wid. of Abraham Lee, wh. bef. was wid. of Henry Elkins; and d. 24 Sept. 1707.
JOSSELYN, JOCELYN, JOSTLIN, or JOSLIN, ABRAHAM, Scarborough, of the gr. jury 1658, was, perhaps, br. of Henry, Esquire, and John, the traveller; but whether he went home, or d. here, is unkn. ABRAHAM, Hingham, prob. eldest of Thomas of the same, b. in Eng. perhaps was left by his f. at sch. and direct. to foll. in few yrs.; by w. Beatrice, had there bapt. Abraham, 8 Apr. 1649; Philip, 15 Dec. 1650, wh. d. at Boston, 2 Aug. 1652; Henry; Rebecca; of unkn. dates; prob. both aft. rem. to Lancaster; yet Nathaniel was b. 4 July 1660, it seems, at Boston; however at L. were b. Joseph, 26 July 1663; Mary, 14 Dec. 1666, beside Thomas, wh. may, perhaps, have been older than either of the two; d. early in June 1670, as may be conclud. from his inv. being tak. on 13 of that mo. His wid. m. 16 Nov. 1671, Benjamin Bosworth of Hull, was 88, when she d. at Boston, Jan. 1712, pass. her last days with d. Rebecca. Rebecca m. John Croakham of Boston, and next, 1679, Thomas Harris; and, 8 Oct. 1700, Edward Stevens, had ch. only by the sec. h. and d. Mar. 1713. ABRAHAM, Lancaster, s. of the preced. m. 29 Nov. 1672, Ann, of whose fam. name we are ign. had Beatrice, b. 9 May 1674, and would soon have had ano. ch. when the Ind. in Feb. 1676 k. all the fam. either in the assault on 10th or in their capt. in the wilderness. His br. Joseph was rescu. by some friend. Ind.
*HENRY, Scarborough, s. of Sir Thomas of Co. Kent, came, perhaps as early as 1631, certain. was here in 1634, but this was in employm. of Mason, patentee of N. H. after whose d. he engag. under Sir F. Gorges, and most faithful was his serv. from 1636, usual. oppos. the claims of Mass. hold. courts in 1647 and 8, under his commiss. from Eng. but at last acquiesc. in her suprem. bec. freem. 1658, when most of his neighb. also took the o. He m. Margaret, wid. of capt. Thomas Cammock, soon after his d. in 1643, had Henry; was for a long time the sec. person in auth. in Maine, and, not a short season, the first; in 1665 of course he enjoy. the favor of the royal commisnrs. but again bec. loyal to the usurp. governm. of Mass. In Oct. 1676 he was subdu. by the Ind. and prob. went to the Westward, but no more is kn. See Williamson. Sullivan, 369, suppos. that he went to Plymouth and Willis, 128, foll. that mistake. [[vol. 2, p. 571]] The indefat. histor. of Portland discov. that he was at Pemaquid in 1682, and d. early next yr. See his fine artic. in Geneal. Reg. XI. 31. HENRY, Scituate, blacksmith, was not (as Willis thot.) s. of the preced. but of Abraham, m. 4 Nov. 1676;, Abigail, d. of Charles Stockbridge, had Abigail, b. Apr. 1677; Abraham, Jan. 1679; Ann, Feb. 1681, d. young; Charles, Mar. 1683; Mary, Jan. 1684; Nathaniel, Feb. 1687; Rebecca, Mar. 1689, d. soon; Jabez, Feb. 1691; Rebecca, again, May 1693; Jemima, and Keziah, tw. Dec. 1695; Henry, Mar. 1697; Joseph, Dec. 1699; and Thomas, Sept. 1702. He d. 30 Oct. 1730, the oldest man in that pt. of the town call. Hanover; and his wid. d. 15 July 1743. In Barry's copious Hist. of H. much will be seen of descend. to the present generat. HENRY, Gloucester; perhaps s. of the first Henry, m. 4 June 1678, Bridget Day, prob. d. of Anthony, had Henry, b. 28 June 1679; and Susanna, 25 Jan. 1682, d. in three days. His w. d. 7 Sept. 1684, and he m. 9 Nov. 1685, Mary Lambert, perhaps d. of John of Lynn, had Ebenezer, 30 July 1686, d. in few mos.; Margaret, 1687; Mary, 1689; Constantine, 1691; Benjamin, 1695; and Mercy, 1703; and he either d. or rem. bef. 1721. JOHN, Scarborough, the well kn. auth. br. of the first Henry, came in the Nicholas charter. by Edward Tyng arr. from London at Boston 2 July 1638; made a short excurs. to Scarborough to see his br. went home, in the Fellowship from Boston 15 Oct. and reach. Bideford, as he tells us, 24 Nov. 1639. His next visit brot. him to Boston, 28 July 1663, whence, after spend. a few wks. he went to his br. at S. and remain. eight yrs. he went home and publish in 1672, his book "New Eng. Rarities," more curious than trustworthy. JOSEPH, Bridgewater, s. of the sec. Abraham, was at Lancaster, when, in Feb. 1676, the Ind. destroy. his br. Abraham's fam. and was carr. away into captiv. but happily recov. by some friend. Ind. wh. took him, 30 May foll. to Norwich, as is told in Trumbull, Col. Rec. II. 430. He m. 17 Mar. 1688, Hannah, d. of John Farrow, had Mary, b. 24 May 1695, and he m. 1702, Sarah Ford, for sec. w. and d. Sept. 1726. By his first w. he had Joseph, Mary, Hannah, and Beatrice, nam. in his will, as are also, of the sec. w. wh. d. 1734, the ch. Sarah, b. 1703; Ebenezer, 1709; and Abraham, 1716. NATHANIEL, Hingham, s. of Thomas, b. in Eng. rem. 1654 to Lancaster, freem. 1673, m. Sarah, d. of Thomas King of Marlborough, wh. d. 2 July 1706, had Elizabeth b. 7 June 1657, d. next mo.; Nathaniel, 21 June 1658, d. in 9 yrs.; Sarah, 16 July 1660; Dorothy, 4 Mar. 1663; Peter, 22 Feb. 1666; and Rebecca, 14 May 1672, beside ano. Nathaniel, ano. Elizabeth and Martha, all liv. 3 Mar. 1694, the date of his will. After destruct. of L. he rem. to Marlborough, there d. 8 Apr. 1694.
NATHANIEL, Marlborough, s. of the preced. freem. 1690, m. 8 Apr. 1682, Esther Morse, had Esther; b. 20 May 1683; Mary, 14 Apr. 1685; Patience, 27 Feb. 1687; Martha, 1695; and perhaps other childr. His w. d. 27 Aug. 1725, and he d. 5 Mar. 1727. PETER, Lancaster, br. of the preced. had w. and three ch. all k. by the Ind. 18 July 1692, when they took away ano. ch. beside Elizabeth Howe, the [[vol. 2, p. 572]] sis. of his w. and other prison. but k. the ch. in the woods. He had sec. w. Hannah, and outliv. a fourth w. was a capt. and d. at gr. age in Leominster, at the ho. of his s. John, 8 Apr. 1759. The Hon. David Wilder, the modest histor. of Leominster, was a descend. RICHARD, Saybrook, a freem. of Conn. 1669, spelt Joseland. THOMAS, Hingham, a husbandman, aged 43, with w. Rebecca, 43; and ch. Rebecca, 18; Dorothy, 11; Nathaniel, 8; Elizabeth 6; and Mary, 1; beside Elizabeth Ward, a serv. 38; came from London, 1635, in the Increase; was among grantees of Sudbury 1640, not resid. but aft. some yrs. rem. to Lancaster, where he sign. the civ. compact, 12 Nov. 1654, hav. perhaps for short time liv. at Boston, where Elizabeth m. 21 June 1652, Edward Yeomans, and next, 9 May 1662, Edward Kilby; but at Lancaster he d. 3 Jan. 1661. His will of 9 May preced. pro. 2 Apr. foll. made extrix. w. Rebecca, wh. m. 16 May 1661, William Kerley, and names s. Abraham, and Nathaniel, gr.s. Nathaniel, and ds. Rebecca Nichols, w. of Thomas; Mary, w. of Roger Sumner; and Elizabeth Yeomans. Copious notes by the dilig. and accur. librar. of the Univ. are pub. in Geneal. Reg. II. 306, of this progenit. but he fell into slight mistake in say. neither the will nor inv. is on rec. Both are, tho. not where he expect. to find them. All the descend. of this patriarch, it is believ. until the end of last century, spelt the name Joslin, tho. sometimes Joslyn.
JOY, EPHRAIM, Hingham, s. of Thomas, by w. Susanna had Tabitha, b. 25 Sept. 1677. ISAAC, Guilford, d. 1675, had brs. and sis. JACOB, Fairfield, rem. to Killingworth, m. 23 May 1672, Elizabeth Wellman, wh. was d. of William Spencer of Hartford, and wid. of William W. of New London and Killingworth, had Deborah, b. 23 Feb. 1673; Jacob, 14 Mar. 1675; Walter, 14 Aug. 1677; Mary, 17 Sept. 1680. Deborah m. 19 Nov. 1691, Andrew Ward; Mary m. 30 Mar. 1699, Peter Ward; both of Killingworth, and the other ch. d. young. JOSEPH, Hingham, s. of Thomas, m. 29 Aug. 1667, Mary, d. of John Prince, had Joseph, b. 31 July 1668; Thomas, 25 Nov. 1669; Margaret, 6 Mar. 1671, d. at 3 mos.; Margaret, again, 15 Apr. 1672, d. in few wks.; John, Sept. 1675, d. next mo.; Benjamin, 19 Sept. 1676; John, again, 10 Oct. 1678, d. young; Simon, 6 Nov. 1679, d. at 8 mos.; Sarah, 14 Apr. 1681; Jonathan, 22 Dec. 1682; Margaret, again, 14 Dec. 1683; Deborah, 14 Jan. 1686; Ruth, 27 Nov. 1687, d. Mar. foll.; and Lydia, 12 Mar. 1689, d. in few days. He was ens. made his will 4 Aug. 1670, but liv. to 31 May 1697. PETER, Salem, m. 24 May 1661, Sarah Gaskin, prob. d. of Edward, had David, b. 6 Apr. 1662; Ann, 7 Aug. 1663; Sarah, 1 Jan. 1666; Peter, 3 Dec. 1669; William, 13 Dec. 1675; and Samuel, 25 July 1678.
SAMUEL, Hingham, s. of Thomas, m. 13 Nov. 1668, Ann, d. of Edmund Pitts, had Samuel, b. 20 Oct. 1670; and, I presume, d. in few yrs. and his wid. m. 5 Apr. 1678, Benjamin Eastman. || THOMAS, Boston 1638, a ho. carpenter, by w. Joan, d. of John Gallop, had Samuel, b. 26 Feb. 1640, bapt. 19 Sept. 1641, [[vol. 2, p. 573]] his mo. being rec. of the ch. on Sunday preced.; John, 10, bapt. 17 Oct. 1641; Thomas, 3, bapt. 12 Mar. 1643; both, prob. d. young; Joseph, 1, bapt. 13 Apr. 1645; Ephraim, 7 Feb. 1647; in the yr. 1646 was arrest. and bapt. four or five days in irons, as a too ardent lover of liberty, yet is call. "a young fellow" by Gov. Winthrop II. 294; and soon rem. to Hingham, had there more ch. Sarah, wh. m. 7 Dec. 1669, Hicks Dunning; Elizabeth m. 15 Mar. 1677, Nathaniel Beal; and Ruth; in few yrs. more join. to the ch. was freem. 1665, ar. co. the same yr. and d. 21 Oct. 1678. His will, of 8 July 1687, pro. 31 Oct. of next yr. names only the three ds. and s. Joseph, and Ephraim. Ruth m. 25 Sept. 1679, John Low. WALTER, Milford 1650.
JOYCE, or JOICE, HOSEA, Yarmouth, s. of John, by w. Martha, wh. d. 3 Apr. 1670, had John; and by sec. w. Elizabeth d. of John Chipman, had Dorcas, b. 1674; Samuel, 1 June 1676; Thomas, 3 June 1678; Mary, 10 Sept. 1680; and others not nam. in rec. of the town; but in his will are ment. beside Hosea, wh. prob. d. young, ds. Martha Godfrey; Lydia, w. of Ebenezer Howes; Dorothy, w. of John Otis; and Mehitable. Dorcas m. a Howes; and Mary m. James Gorham. JOHN, Lynn, rem. 1637 to Sandwich, thence to Yarmouth in 1643, being on the list of those able to bear arms that yr. in both towns; had Abigail, bapt. 1 June 1646, at Y. where he d. 21 Dec. 1666. His wid. Dorothy d. 12 Jan. 1680. In his will he names only Hosea, Mary, and Dorcas, as ch. and prob. he had no other, exc. Abigail, and all the liv. ment. Nathaniel Bassett m. one of the ds. Two or more brs. says a tradit. as valua. as most of such materials of hist. came to Yarmouth or other part of Cape Cod, and one is call. Jeremiah; but slight regard is due to it, tho. none would be giv. had John had more than one s. WALTER, Marshfield 1667. Winsor. WILLIAM, Boston, wh. d. Oct. 1648, was only trans. had w. in London.
JOYLIFFE, α JOHN, Boston 1656, m. 28 Jan. 1657, Ann, wid. and extrix. of Robert Knight, wh. had, also, been wid. and extrix. of Thomas Cromwell, the wealthy privateersman, had only ch. Hannah, b. 9 May 1660. He was freem. 1673, many yrs. a selectman, one of the patriots of 1689, wh. put Andros in prison, town recorder in 1691; and was made by Increase Mather one of the Counc. in the Chart. of William and Mary, but drop. at the first pop. choice, d. 23 Nov. 1702. Hutch. I. 374 and H. 14.
JOYNES, JOHN, aged 18, emb. at London, 1635, for N. E. in the Hopewell capt. Bundock, but no more is kn.
JUDD, BENJAMIN, Farmington, fourth s. of Thomas the first, freem. 1669, m. Mary, d. of William Lewis, had Elizabeth b. 21 Aug. 1668, d. young; Benjamin, 1671; Mary, 1675; Sarah, 1677; Hannah, bapt. 13[[vol. 2, p. 574]] Mar. 1681; Nathaniel, 22 July 1683; Esther, 14 Feb. 1686; and Jonathan, 22, Sept. 1688; d. 1689. JOHN, Farmington, br. of the preced. a freem. in 1664, m. Mary d. of Anthony Howkins, or Hawkins, had Elizabeth b. 1670; Joseph, 1672; Anthony; Ruth; and Mary, wh. was bapt. 16 Mar. 1681; beside John, 3 Aug. 1684, wh. d. young, as did John, wh. was bapt. 20 June 1686. He was rep. sev. yrs. and d. 1715. PHILIP, Waterbury, younger br. of the preced. freem. 1677, m. Hannah, d. of that Thomas Loomis, wh. had tak. for sec. w. the sis. of this man to wh. he gave his d.; had Philip, bapt. 13 Mar. one wk. aft. he had been adm. of the ch. in Farmington, 1681; Thomas, 27 May 1683, d. young; Hannah, 19 Oct. 1684; William, 3 July 1687; and Benjamin, 4 May 1690; wh. all, exc. Thomas, sett. at Danbury. The f. d. Nov. 1689; and the wid. m. soon.
ROGER, Boston, freem. 1690, by w. Elizabeth wh. d. 6 Sept. 1720, aged 69, says her gr.stone, had Jonathan; Elizabeth b. 3 Mar. 1678; David, 3 Mar. 1680, d. young,; and David, again, 17 June 1682, bapt. at O. S. ch. with Jonathan and Elizabeth 13 July 1684; Ebenezer, 24 Oct. 1686; and Experience, 21 Dec. 1690. SAMUEL, Northampton, youngest ch. of the first Thomas, freem. 1684, m. a. 1681, Maria, d. of Thomas Strong, and liv. at the time of his d. 10 Jan. 1721, Mary, b. 12 Oct. 1682; Samuel, 15 Oct. 1685; Clemence, 14 Nov. 1688; Thomas, 28 Jan. 1691; Elizabeth 8 July 1693; Margaret, 16 Feb. 1697; Ruth, 27 Mar. 1700; Eunice, Feb. 1702; and William, 1708; beside Rachel, 2 Nov. 1705, wh. d. in few days. THOMAS, Cambridge 1634, freem. 25 May 1636, had one or two, but not, perhaps, three ch. b. at C. at least the births of the first three are of unkn. dates; but rem. to Hartford bef. 1639, and was of orig. propr. had there John, b. a. 1640; Benjamin, a. 1642; rem. 1645 to Farmington, prob. aft. b. of Mary, a. 1644, there had Ruth, bapt. 7 Feb. 1647; Philip, 2 Sept. 1649; and Samuel, 1651, perhaps by rec. or if the gr.stone be correct, 1653; was rep. 1647, and oft. aft. until 1679, one of the found. of the ch. 13 Oct. 1652, and soon one of its deac. Of the three eldest ch. we judge Thomas, b. a. 1638, the youngest, may have been b. at H. while we are ign. of the two elder wh. was the first b. William, or Elizabeth or whether he had m. when he left Eng. yet it is prob. he brot. w. tho. her name ii not seen; and it may be that one ch. was b. bef. the f. came. Late in life, his w. d. and he rem. to Northampton, there m. 2 Dec. 1679, Clemence, wid. of Thomas Mason, and d. 9 or 12 Nov. 1688, perhaps near 80, or quite. The wid. d. 22 Nov. 1696. His eldest d. perhaps eldest ch. m. 27 Dec. 1653, Samuel Loomis; Mary m. 1 Jan. 1663, Thomas Loomis, as sec. w.; and Ruth m. John Steele, the third. He had only nine ch. heard of in rec. of wh. four s. are above ment.
THOMAS, Farmington, sec. s. of the preced. freem. 1664, m. 1658, Sarah [[vol. 2, p. 575]] d. of John Steele, wh. d. 22 May 1695, aged 56; had Thomas; John, and Sarah, this last b. a. 1665; was rep. 1689, and after of Waterbury, where he was one of the first sett. and d. 10 or 18 Jan. 1703. THOMAS, Farmington, s. prob. eldest, of William of the same, was adm. of the ch. 22 Mar. 1691, m. 9 Feb. 1688, Sarah, d. of Stephen Freeman, wh. d. 8 Sept. 1738, aged 68; d. 4 Jan. 1748. He was rep. at 31 sess. had only s. William, and five ds. of wh. Mary was mo. of the disting. theolog. Dr. Samuel Hopkins; and was gr.f of Rev. Jonathan, b. 4 Oct. 1719, Y. C. 1741, first min. of Southampton, Mass. ord. 8 June 1743, wh. d. 28 July 1803, in 84th yr. after more than sixty yrs. serv. This gent. was gr.f. of Sylvester of Northampton, Esquire, a very able genealog. WILLIAM, Farmington, eldest br. of the sec. Thomas of the same, prob. b. at Cambridge, possib. in Eng. freem. 1656, m. 31 Mar. 1657, Mary, d. of the first John Steele, d. Nov. 1690, leav. Mary, b. 1658; Elizabeth 22 July 1660; Thomas, bapt. 12, not (as print. in Geneal. Reg. XIV. 288) 13, wh. was Monday, Oct. 1662; William, 8 Jan. 1665; John, 1667; Rachel, 1670; Samuel, 1673; Daniel, 1675; Elizabeth 1678; and Benjamin, bapt. 14 May 1682. His wid. d. 27 Oct. 1718. One William of Block Isl. 1684, may have been no relat. Eleven of this name had been, in 1826, gr. at the N. E. coll. of wh. only one at Harv.
JUDKIN, or JUDKINS, JOB, Boston 1638, had, by w. Sarah (wh. was adm. of our ch. 8 Aug. 1611, and d. 26 Nov. 1637), Job, b. 10 May 1637, d. soon; Samuel, 27 Nov. 1638, bapt. 15 Aug. 1641, as was also on same day s. Job, b. 30 June; Joel, 18 Sept. 1643; and Sarah, 7, bapt. 14 Dec. 1615. JOEL, Exeter, prob. s. of the preced. sw. alleg. 30 Nov. 1677, had m. 25 June 1674, Mary Bean. SAMUEL, Hingham, m. 25 Mar. 1667, Elizabeth d. of John Leavitt, had Samuel, b. 27 Nov. foll. wh. was liv. to be ment. 1689 in the will of his gr.f. Leavitt, but more lucky than the f. wll. in 1676 was one of Turner's comp. and prob. fell with him. The s. perish. with many of his townsmen, by smallpox, 1690, in Phips's exped. against Quebec. The mo. had d. bef. THOMAS, Gloucester 163l, m. 25 Nov. 1665, wid. Ann Howard, d. 23 Feb. 1695, aged 66.
JUDSON, ISAAC, Stratford, eldest s. of Jeremiah of the same, by w. Mary had Mary, whose h. is not mark.; and Elizabeth b. 10 Oct. 1681. JAMES, Stratford, sec. s. of Joseph of the same, m. 18 Aug. 1680, Rebecca, d. of the sec. Thomas Welles of Hartford, had Hannah, b. 30 May 1681; Sarah, 16 Feb. 1683; Rebecca, 25 Feb. 1685, d. young; Joseph, 10 Jan. 1687; James, 30 Apr. 1689; Phebe, 2 Oct. 1691; and David, 7 Aug. 1693. His w. d. 3 Nov. 1717; and he m. 20 Nov. 1718, Ann, wid. of James Steele of Wethersfield, d. of Samuel Welles, cous. of his first w. and d. 25 Feb. 1721; and his wid. d. 1739.
JEREMIAH, Stratford, S. of William, b. in Eng. freem. 1658, m. 1632, Sarah, d. of Nathaniel Foote, wh. d. 1673, had Isaac, b. 10 Mar. 1653; Mary, 31 Dec. 1655; Elizabeth 24 Feb. 1638; Sarah, 7 Apr. 1662; Mercy, 1 or [[vol. 2, p. 576]] 14 June 1665; and Jeremiah, 1 Mar. 1671. His w. d. 1673, and he m. Catharine, wid. of Thomas Fairchild; was long paralyt. d. 15 May 1701, and his wid. d. May 1706. Elizabeth m. 13 Dec. 1681, Agur Tomlinson; and Mercy m. Aug. 1687, Solomon Burton. JOHN, Stratford 1671, eldest s. of Joseph of the same, m. 12 Mar. 1673, Elizabeth d. of John Chapman of Stamford, had John, b. 12 Mar. 1676; Joshua, 23 July 1678; Joseph, 24 Oct. 1679; Chapman, bapt. Dec. 1681, d. bef. 19 yrs.; Jonathan, Dec. 1682, d. soon; Jonathan, again, Dec. 1684; Martha, Dec. 1686; Eliphalet, Feb. 1689; Ephraim, Sept. 1691; but perhaps some of the latter four were by sec. w. Hannah, wh. d. 23 July 1698; and he m. third w. July 1699, Mary Orton of Farmington, had Isaac, bapt. 2 June 1700; Daniel, Feb. 1702; Mary, Apr. 1704; and Jeremiah, whose date is not found; and d. 12 Jan. 1709. *JOSEPH, Stratford. s. prob. eldest of William, b. in Eng. freem. 1658, rep. 1659-67, a milit. officer much trust. in for Philip's war, after wh. he rem. to Woodbury. Prob. he liv. there not long but went back to S. where all his ch. were b. and he d. 8 Oct. 1690, aged 71. He m. 24 Oct. 1644, Sarah, d. of John Porter of Windsor, had Sarah, b. 2 Mar. 1646, wh. m. 1 Nov. 1664, Edmund Howell of Southampton, L. I.; John, 2 Dec. as Cothren says, but 10 Dec. 1647, as Goodwin gives it; James, 24 Apr. 1650; Grace, 19 Feb. 1652; Joseph, 10 Mar. 1654, d. under 24 yrs. unm.; Hannah, 13, but Goodwin says, 31 Dec. 1657; Esther, 20 Aug 1660; Joshua, and Ruth, tw. 27 Oct. 1664, of wh. Joshua d. soon; Phebe, 29 Oct. 1666; and Abigail, 15 Sept. 1669; but Cothren gives an earlier Joshua, 3 Dec. 1658. may be error. His wid. d. 16 Mar. 1696. He had made his will at Woodbury, 27 Feb. 1680, nam. two s. and six ds. Grace m. 30 Dec. 1669, Samuel Prudden; and Esther m. 23 Mar. 1680, Benjamin Curtis.
JOSHUA, Stratford 1650, br. of the preced. b. in Eng. had Joshua, b. 3 Dec. 1658; Samuel, 27 Aug. 1660; and Ann, wh. m. Arthur Perry, and may have been the eldest of the ch. He d. 1661, and his wid. Ann m. 24 Nov. or 10 Dec. (for Goodwin gives both), 1662, John Hurd of Stratford, call. junr. to disting. him from ano. John. SAMUEL, Dedham 1646, or earlier, for in the spr. of that yr. his wid. Bridget d. as the ch. rec. says. He m. Mary, wid. of Henry Aldrich, and in his will, 7 June 1657, pro. 30 July foll. provides for her two s. by A. and his own three ds. Mary, Sarah, and Esther. His wid. m. John Hayward of the same. His f. Michael, of Horton, in Bradford Dale, Yorksh. sent over as apprent. to him for seven yrs. his br. John, in 1651, but of him I hear nothing else. SAMUEL, Stratford, s. of Joshua, m. Esther, d. of John Thompson of Fairfield.
WILLIAM, Concord 1635, came the yr. preced. with w. and three s. bef. ment. rem. 1639 to Hartford, yet seems not to have been an orig. propr. nor long to have cont. for in 1644 he was at Stratford, and engag. in 1644 there to [[vol. 2, p. 577]] obt. aid for the inf. coll. at Cambridge. A few yrs. later he rem. to New Haven, there his w. Grace d. 29 Sept. 1659, and he m. 8 Feb. foll. Elizabeth wid. of Benjamin Wilmot, and d. Dec. 1661, or, as Goodwin says, 29 July 1662. His will, of 20 Nov. preced. names only s. Joseph, b. 1619; and Jeremiah, 1621; but he had ano. s. Joshua, of wh. we kn. nothing as to place of b. or date. Nineteen of this name had, in 1828, been gr. at Yale and Brown, of wh. eight were min.
JUELL. See Jewell.
JUNKINS. See Jenkins.
JUPE, GRACE, Boston, sis. of Robert Keayne, had Anthony, Mary, and Benjamin, all rememb. in the will of their uncle of 1653, wh. ment. that his sis. was dec. and niece Mary was w. (m. 24 Dec. 1652) of John Moss; but whether the h. of that sis. were ever in our country, whether the two s. liv. only in Eng. or even whether this sis. of K. ever came over, we are whol. ign.
JUPP, JAMES, Norwalk 1672, was in Philip's war, for serv. in wh. the town vot. him gr. of ld.; m. 2 Jan. 1683, Ann, d. of Thomas Hickens of Stamford.
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