Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,
By James Savage
LOTHROP,LATHROP, LOTHORP, or LOWTHROP, LAWTHROP, BARNABAS, Barnstable, s. of Rev. John, m. Plymouth rec. says, 3 Nov. or as ano. report is, 1 Dec. 1658, Susanna, d. of Thomas Clark, had John, b. 7 Oct. 1659, d. bef. 7 yrs.; Abigail, 18 Dec. 1669; Barnabas, 22 Mar. 1663; Susanna, Feb. 1665; Nathaniel, 23 Nov. 1669; Bathshua, 25 June 1671; Ann, 10 Aug. 1673; Thomas, 7 Mar. 1675, d. at mos.; Mercy, 27 June 1676, d. at one yr.; Thankful, bapt. 16 Sept. 1683; James, 30 Mar. 1684; and Samuel, 14 June 1685; was six yrs. a rep. also an Assist. of the Col. of Plymouth, named a counsellor in the new Province Chart. by Increase Mather, and rechosen; m. sec. w. 15 Nov. 1698, Abigail, wid. of Joseph Dudson, d. of Robert Button and d. 1715, in 79th yr.
BENJAMIN, Barnstable, br. of the preced. b. prob. in Eng. rem. to Charlestown, had w. Martha, and ds. Martha, b. 3 Nov. 1652; Hannah, 15 Sept. 1655; and Benjamin; all bapt. 5 Aug. 1660; Mary, bapt. 9 June 1661; Sarah, b. 10, bapt. 17 Apr. 1664, d. soon; Elizabeth bapt. 21 May 1665; Rebecca, 14, bapt. 18 Nov. 1666; Mercy, 17, bapt. 18 Dec. 1670; and John, 15, bapt. 21 July 1672, d. young. Of [[vol. 3, p. 120]] the ds. Martha m. 2 Dec. 1669. John Goodwin, and was mo. of the four ch. wh. plagued Cotton Mather; Mary m. 21 May 1679, William Brown; and Hannah m. 21 Aug. 1679, Henry Swain; was a householder 1658 and 1678, aft. the gr. Ind. war, when he was a soldier in capt. William Turner's comp. 1676 at Hatfield, unless that soldier was his neph. s. of Joseph, as seems more prob. the same being in the list call. jr. d. 3 July 1691. HOPE, Barnstable, s. of Joseph, m. 17 Dec. 1696, Elizabeth d. prob. of Meletiah or of John Lothrop, had Benjamin, b. 18 Dec. 1697; and John, 3 Oct. 1699.
JOHN, Scituate, the first min. was bred at Oxford, if the tradit. may be trusted, but prob. he was there only for a short time, preached, perhaps, at Egerton, in Kent, but certain. in London, where p. Laud caus. him to be impris. for it, for two yrs. in wh. time his w. d. by whom he had all his ch. exc. these by sec. w. Barnabas, bapt. at S. 6 June 1636; Abigail, wh. was bapt. at Barnstable, 3 Nov. 1639, the first in that ch. Bathshua, bapt. 27 Feb. 1642; John, 9 Feb. 1645; and two, wh. d. soon aft. b. 30 July 1638 and 25 Jan. 1650. On liberat. from prison he embark. for Boston 1634, hav. fellow-passeng. Rev. Zachary Symmes, celebr. Ann Hutchinson, and many others, arr. in Sept. and 27th of that mo. went to S. there m. sec. w. Ann, wh. long outliv. him, dying 25 Feb. 1688; On 18 Jan. 1635, the ch. at S. were gather. for enjoy. the benefit of his services, as in Deane's Hist. 167, is told, but the author. ment. that the centenn. annivers. would occur on 7 Jan. 1835, deduct. eleven days, whereas the true annivers. requir. addit. of ten days, must have been 28 of the mo. He rem. to Barnstable with a large part of his flock, 11 Oct. 1639, and was held in honor to his d. 8 Nov. 1653. His will, made 10 Aug. bef. provides for w. the eldest s. Thomas, and Benjamin, beside John, wh. was in Eng. and ds. Jane and Barbara Jane m. 8 Apr. 1635, says her f. Samuel Fuller; Barbara m. 19 July 1638, .... Emerson; and Abigail m. 7 Oct. 1657, James Clark. It is much regretted that no better acco. of this eminent confessor is obtaina. than a descend. of our days compil. in 2 Hist. Coll. I. 163, for in Mather nothing but his name in the list is giv. Ch. beside those already nam. were his sec. and third s. Samuel and Joseph, both brot. from Eng.
JOHN, Barnstable, youngest s. of the preced. m. 3 Jan. 1672, at Plymouth, Mary Cole, junr. had John, b. 5 Aug. 1673; Mary, 27 Oct. 1675; Martha, 11 Nov. 1677; Elizabeth 16 Sept. 1679; James, 3 July 1681; Hannah, 13 Mar. 1683; Jonathan, 14 Nov. 1684; Barnabas, 22 Oct. 1686; Abigail, 23 Apr. bapt. 12 May 1689; and Experience, 7 Jan. bapt. 10 May 1692; and, perhaps, others; and he d. 17 Sept. 1727, in 85th yr. wh. proves that he was b. at Barnstable, unless fig. err. JOHN, Norwich, s. of Samuel the first, m. 15 Dec. 1669, Ruth, d. of Robert Royce.
JOSEPH, Barnstable, s. of the first John, b. in [[vol. 3, p. 121]] London, perhaps, certain. in Eng. m. 11 Dec. 1650, Mary Ansell, had a ch. b. 19 Nov. 1651, bur. next day; Joseph, 3 Dec. 1662, d. at 24 yrs.; Mary, 22 Mar. 1654; Benjamin, 25 July 1657; Elizabeth 18 Sept. 1659; John, 28 Nov. 1661, d. at two yrs.; Samuel, 17 Mar. 1664; John, again, 7 Aug. 1666; Barnabas, 24 Feb. 1669; Hope, 15 July 1671; Thomas, 6 Jan. 1674; and Hannah, 23 Jan. 1676, d. at 5 yrs. He was rep. 1667, and for eleven yrs. aft. Mary m. 16 Jan. 1674, Edward Crowell; and Elizabeth m. 29 Dec. 1680, Thomas Fuller. MARK, Salem 1643, rem. to Duxbury, and thence to Bridgewater 1656, d. a. 1686. He had Elizabeth Mark, Samuel, and Edward. Elizabeth m. Samuel Packard the sec of the same; Mark perish. in the abortive expedit. of Phips 1690, prob. unm. but left a will, and his br. Edward d. without issue. Descend. are, it is said, num.
MELETIAH, Barnstable, s. of Thomas, m. 20 May 1667, Sarah, eldest d. of Thomas Farrar of Lynn, had Thomas, b. 22 Aug. 1668; Tabitha, 3 Apr. 1671; Isaac, 23 June 1673; Joseph, 15 Dec. 1675; Elizabeth 23 Nov. 1677; Ichabod, 20 June 1680; Shubael, 20 Apr. 1682; and Sarah, 5 Mar. 1684. He d. 6 Feb. 1712, and his wid. d. 23 May foll. in her 64th yr. SAMUEL, New London, s. of Rev. John, b. in Eng. one of the first sett. 1648, had m. at Barnstable, 28 Nov. 1644, as his f. tells, Elizabeth Scudder (sis. I suppose, of John), had John, bapt. at Boston, in right of his mo. 7 Dec. 1645. This discov. of the meaning of our ch. rec. wh. is strange. confused, aft. being by me some three or four yrs. given over, may encourage other explorers not to despair. He was of high esteem, rem. to Norwich 1668, had by w. Abigail, m. 1692 (wh. long outliv. him, and was 100 yrs. old 13 Jan. 1733, when in her room, at the ho. of her s. a sermon was preach.) no ch. of course, as she was sixty yrs. old when m. By the first w. were nine ch. five ds. and the other s. were Samuel, 1660; Israel, 1659; and Joseph, 1661; as ment. by Miss Caulkins in her Hist. of N. Of the five ds. I kn. only Elizabeth wh. m. 15 Dec. 1669, Isaac Royce of New London; and Ann, wh. m. William Hough, sec. of N. and d. 19 Nov. 1745. He d. 19 Feb. 1701.
SAMUEL, Barnstable, s. of Joseph, is said have m. Hannah, d. of Thomas Adgate, but more prob. m. 1 July Hannah, d. of John Crocker, had Mary, b. 19 Oct. 1688; Hannah, 11 Nov. 1690; Abigail, 10 Aug. 1693; Benjamin, 16 Apr. 1696; Joseph, 10 Nov. 1698; and Samuel, 28 Apr. 1700. THOMAS, Salem, freem. 14 May 1634, ar. co. 1645, lieut. and capt. rep. 1647, 53, and for Beverly 1672 and more yrs. where he was one of the found. of the ch. 1667; tho. no acc. is kn. of his w. or ch. my conject. makes him the same who was capt. in the fight at Bloody brook, 18 Sept. 1675, near Deerfield, k. by the Ind. with almost every man of his comp. call. "the flower of Essex." He left, perhaps, no ch. but his wid. [[vol. 3, p. 122]] Bethia d. of Daniel Rea, m. Joseph Grafton, as his sec. w. and next, m. deac. William Goodhue. THOMAS, Barnstable, eldest s. of Rev. John, b. in Eng. join. his f.'s ch. 14 May 1637, m. 11 Dec. 1639, Sarah, wid. of Thomas Ewer of Charlestown, d. of William Larned, had Mary, bapt. 4 Oct. 1640; Hannah, b. 18 Oct. 1642; Thomas, bapt. 7 July 1644; Meletiah, 22 Nov. 1646; and Bethia, 22 July 1649, wh. m. July 1668, John Hinckley; Mary m. Dec. 1656, the first John Stearns, as his sec. w. and next, 6 May 1669, capt. William French, both of Billerica, and 3d in 1684, Isaac Mixer of Watertown, as his 3d w. He sw. in a depon. of 4 Apr. 1701, that he was "a. 80 yrs. of age."
THOMAS, Barnstable, perhaps youngest s. of Joseph, unless Meletiah were his f. m. 23 Apr. 1697, Experience, d. of James Gorham, had a s. b. 10 Jan. 1638, d. next mo.; Deborah, 21 Apr. 1699; Mary, 4 Apr. 1701; James, 9 Aug. 1703; Thomas, 8 July 1705; Ansel, a. 1707; Joseph, 8 Dec. 1709; and Seth, Mar. 1712. Five of this name, varying only at. a and o in the first syl. had been gr. at Harv. in 1834, seventeen at Yale, and two at other N. E. coll.
LOUD, or LOWD, FRANCIS, had made improvem. at Arowsic isl. in Kennebee riv. and thence been driv. by Ind. hostil. bef. 1679; at Ipswich by w. Sarah had Francis, b. 26 July 1700. Yet other ch. he certain. had, as Sarah, wh. was to m. Jonathan Pulsifer in Apr. 1705, and ano. prob. Deborah, m. William Start. On his petitn. the governm. allowed him, for almost 30 yrs. serv. of the Prov. to be supplied in the fort at Winter harb. at public charge. FRANCIS, Weymouth, s. of the preced. m. late in 1722, Honor, youngest ch. of Isaac Prince of Hull, and d. 2 Jan. 1774; and his wid. d. 18 Jan. 1777. Of this sec. Francis, a gr.s. is Hon. Samuel P. Loud of Dorchester. JOHN, Boston, by w. Deborah had William, wh. d. 17 Dec. 1690, aged 28 yrs. says Bridgman╒s Coop╒s Hill inscr. SOLOMON, a soldier from the E. was at Northampton in Turner's comp. 1676.
LOUDER. See LOWDER.
LOVE, JOHN, Boston 1635, prob. only transient resid. JOHN, New Hampshire, made a couns. 1692. Belkn. I. 124. THOMAS, Boston, m. 23 Sept. 1652, Hannah Thurston.
LOVEJOY, JOHN, Andover, m. 1 June 1651, Mary, d. of Christopher Osgood, wh. d. 15 July 1675, was freem. 1673, had sec. w. m. 12 Jan. 1677, Hannah Prichard, and d. 7 Nov. 1690. Beside Benjamin, wh. d. in serv. as a soldier, early in 1689, at Pemaquid, he had John; William; Christopher, wh. m. 26 May 1685, Sarah Russ, and d. 1737, in 78th yr.; Joseph; Nathaniel, wh. m. 21 Mar. 1694, Dorothy Hoyt, and d. 1758, aged 84; and Ebenezer, wh. m. 11 July 1693, Mary Foster, and d. 1759, in 86th yr. Mary, wh. m. 4 July 1670, Joseph Wilson; Sarah, wh. m. 23 May 1678, William Johnson; Ann, wh. m. 26 May 1685, Jonathan Blanchard; and Abigail, wh. m. 9 Apr. 1691, Nehemiah Abbot, were, I presume, his ds. JOHN, Andover, s. of the preced. m. 23 Mar. 1678, Naomi Hoyt, d. of John the first of Salisbury, and d. 14 July 1680. His wife Naomi had admin. 30 Nov. foll. JOSEPH, Andover, br. of the preced. m. 26 May 1685, Sarah Prichard, had Joseph, wh. d. 2 Mar. 1698, and prob. other childr. was freem. 1691, and d. 1737, aged 76. WILLIAM, Andover, br. of the preced. m. 29 Nov. 1680, Mary Farnum, bad Caleb, wh. d. 26 Apr. 1691, and prob. other ch. was freem. 1691, and d. 1748, in 91st yr.
LOVELAND, LOVEMAN, or LOVENAM, JOHN, Hartford, d. 1670, had w. and possib. ch. but no more is kn. Perhaps the fam. was perpet. at Glastonbury. ROBERT, Boston 1645, a witness then to deed from [[vol. 3, p. 123]] Bendall to Yale, may have rem. to Conn. was tax. at New London 1666; had four yrs. bef. a lawsuit with Bigot Eggleston of Windsor, about bides to be tanned; and a wid. Lovenam pursued a remedial action for trespass 1649. THOMAS, Wethersfield 1670, propos. for freem. that yr. had gr. of Id. 1673, perhaps ten yrs. aft. was of Hartford.
LOVELL, ALEXANDER, Medfield 1649, m. 30 Oct. 1658, Lydia Albee, d. of Benjamin of the same. ANDREW, Barnstable, prob. s. of the first John, had liv. at Scituate, where his d. Deborah was b. 6 May 1689; and at B. had Silas, 16 May 1690; Mary, 17 Nov. 1693; Jonathan, 27 Mar. 1697; Thankful, 6 Oct. 1699; Joseph, 10 Oct. 1707; and Jane, 14 May 1715. DANIEL, Boston 1640, liv. with his mo. in the part wh. bec. Braintree. JAMES, Weymouth, by w. Jane had Deborah, b. 8 Jan. 1665; James, 7 Mar. 1667; Hannah, 29 Sept. 1668; a s. 29 Dec. 1670; Mary, 5 Jan. 1674; John, 19 Apr. 1675; Elizabeth 22 Sept. 1679; and Joseph, 25 Oct. 1684. Perhaps he rem. to Barnstable. JAMES, Barnstable, s. prob. of the first John, m. Mary, perhaps d. of Jabez Lombard, had Mary, b. Oct. 1686; Jacob, Aug. 1688, both bapt. 17 Apr. 1691; James, Aug. bapt. 18 Sept. 1692; Mercy, May, bapt. 7 July 1695; Martha, bapt. 27 June 1697; Rebecca, Feb. bapt. 9 Apr. 1699; Lazarus, Nov. 1700, bapt. 30 Mar. foll.; Lydia; John; and Sarah, whose dates Mr. Hamblen could not give; and I suppose the one he gives for the m. is wrong.
JOHN, Weymouth, perhaps elder br. of James, of the same, by w. Jane, d. of William Hatch of Scituate, who in his will of 5 Nov. 1651, names her and gr.s. John L. wh. d. young; had, also, Elizabeth wh. d. 21 Jan. 1657; Phebe, b. 19 May 1656; John, again, 8 May 1658; Elizabeth 28 Oct. 1660; James, 23 Oct. 1662; William, 24 Feb. 1665; Andrew, 28 June 1668, bef. ment.; Jane, 28 July 1670; and prob. rem. to Barnstable, where Phebe m. Nov. 1679, Thomas Bumpas; and Elizabeth m. Oct. 1684, Thomas Ewer. JOHN, Lynn, had Zacheus, wh. d. 28 Dec. 1681, unless the rec. means that date for the f. JOHN, Barnstable, s. of John of the same, m. 1688, Susanna Lombard, had Abigail, b. 25 Oct. 1688; Susanna, Sept. 1692; Joshua, Oct. 1693; Elizabeth Nov. 1696; Ann, Nov. 1698; and John, 13 Aug. 1700, d. at 4 mos. ROBERT, the freem. of Mass. 2 Sept. 1635, was, I think, then of Weymouth, and may have brot. John, the first above ment. and here had James. THOMAS, Ipswich 1647, currier, had been at Salem, perhaps in 1640, and was one of the selectmen at I. 1681. He came from Dublin 1639, had Alexander, b. 29 May 1657, d. at 2 yrs.; and Nathaniel, 28 Mar. 1658; was in 87th yr. of his age in 1707. Ano. THOMAS, of Ipswich, call. junr. may not have been s. of the preced. d. 2 Jan. 1710, leav. wid. Ann, and ch. John, Thomas, Elizabeth Perkins, Hannah Dutch, and Mary Downton.
WILLLIAM, Dorchester 1630, [[vol. 3, p. 124]] was a capt. of a small vessel, coasting in the neighbor seas, from wh. perhaps, Lovell's isl. in Boston harb. got its name. Harris, 62; Winthrop 174. WILLIAM, Barnstable, s. of John, m. 24 Sept. 1693, Mehitable, a. prob. of Jabez Lombard, had Elizabeth b. Aug. 1694; Jerusha, Sept. 1696; Elinor, 10 Sept. 1698, perhaps d. young; Abia, 12 Sept. 1700; Beulah, 7 Feb. 1704; and Eleanor, 17 May 1707. He d. 21 Apr. 1753, in 90th yr. of this name, eight had, in 1829, been gr. at Harv. and two at other N. E. coll.
LOVERING, JOHN, Watertown, freem. 25 May 1636, was from Ded. ham, Co. Essex, a selectman 1636 and 7, d. early, made a nuncup. will 9 Nov. but of what yr. is uncert from the abstr. of it in Geneal. Reg. III. 79, in wh. he gave all his prop. to his w. but said, also, that, aft. her, £100 should be giv. to his br. that had childr. and £20 to the ch. Who that br. was, or whether he was on this side of the sea, is unkn. Barry says, and Bond confirms, that his wid. Ann, in 1644, m. Rev. Edmund Brown of Sudbury. JOHN, Dover 1657, had prob. liv. bef. at Ipswich, was drown. 1668 or 9, leav. sev. young ch. His wid. who had, perhaps, been wid. of Valentine Hill, m. Ezekiel Knight, and d. bef. 29 June 1675. Descend. are in that neighb. MARK, Salem 1668. THOMAS, Watertown, s. of William in Oldham, Co. Suff'k. came a. 1663, had w. Ann, but no ch. His will, of 13 Aug. 1692, was pro. 27 Feb. foll. and his br. Daniel, aft. d. of w. claim. the est.
LOVETT, ALEXANDER, Medfield 1678, had his ho. burn. by the lnd. DANIEL, Braintree 1662, m. Joanna, d. of Robert Blott, rem.to Mendon with early sett. was freem. 1673; but at B. had, prob. all his ch. James, b. 8 July 1648; Mary, 7 Mar. 1652; Martha, 7 June 1654; Hannah, 30 Mar. 1656; perhaps others, but his w. perhaps, was d. bef. the will of her f. in 1662. JOHN, Salem 1639, had that yr. gr. of ld. by. w. Mary had there bapt. Simon, Joseph, and Mary, on 8 Sept. 1650, his w. unit. that yr. with the ch.; Bethia, 13 June 1652; and Abigail, Mar. 1655, wh. d. under 5 yrs.; prob. also, John, perhaps others, for the name has much prevail. there; dwelt on Beverly side, d. 5 Nov. 1687, in 76th yr. JOHN, Mendon, perhaps s. of Daniel, d. 26 July 1668. THOMAS, Boston 1645, own. a lot, bounding on Christopher Lawson, look. prob. to the common.
LOVEWELL, JOHN, Boston 1660, of wh. we kn. nothing exc. that he was witness that yr. to will of Thomas Rawlins. JOHN, Dunstable 1690, had John, b. 14 Oct. 1691, more celebr. than any youth of his time, for serv. and sagac. in Ind. warf. k. at Pequawket 8 May 1725; Hannah; Zaccheus, 22 July 1701, wh. was col. of a N. H. regim. in the last French war, 1759; and Jonathan, 14 May 1713, a preach. rep. and judge. See Farmer and Moore's Coll. I. 57, and III. 64; Belkn. I. 208 and 319; Fox, Hist. of D. 246. He, with the comm. exagger. of [[vol. 3, p. 125]] his age, is said popularly to have been 20 yrs. old, and prob. was near 100 at his d. a. 1754.
LOW, or LOWE, AMBROSE, Hingham, m. Feb. 1688, Ruth Andrews. ANDREW, New Haven 1639, m. Joan, wid. of Henry Peck, d. 14 Apr. 1670, in his will of that yr. gave some prop. to four ch. of his w. by her former h. and ment. only s. Andrew, wh. was then in Eng. ANTHONY, Boston, s. of John, a wheelwright, rem. aft. 1654 to Warwick, had w. Frances, and s. John, perhaps other ch. He was afterwards of Swansey, when his ho. had been burned at W. in Mar. 1676, and in July aft. performed good service for the famous capt. Church. ARTHUR, Marshfield, s. of John of the same, m. 1714, Elizabeth perhaps d. of Daniel Crooker, had Hannah, b. 1717; Elizabeth 1720; and Jeremiah, 1735. FRANCIS, belong. we kn. not where, but, as he trav. the road from Swansey to Boston, was k. by lightning 15 July 1685, says an old diary. JOHN, Boston 1637, a wheelwright, had w. Elizabeth and d. 1 Dec. 1653. His s. Anthony is bef. ment. JOHN, Sudbury 1641.
JOHN, Hingham, m. Feb. 1650, Elizabeth Stodder, d. of John the first, and Sept. 1659, Hannah Lincoln, wh. perhaps, d. in few yrs. and he m. 25 Sept. 1679, Ruth, d. of Thomas Joy. Perhaps there were at H. two; but one may have had the three ws. By the first w. he had John, b. 3 Apr. 1605; and Elizabeth to ea of wh.in the will of gr.f. S. 20 Nov. 1661, a legacy is giv.; also Tabitha, b. 7 Jan. 1653, wh. d. next yr. JOHN, Concord, by w. Lydia had John, b. 7 Mar. 1661. JOHN, Ipswich, s.prob. of Thomas, m. 10 Dec. 1661, Sarah, d. of John Thorndike. JOHN, Marshfield, whose f. is not nam. by Miss Thomas, m. Elizabeth d. of Arthur Howland, had Arthur, b. 1665; and Hannah, 1670; and he was k. by the Ind. 1676 at Rehoboth. JOHN, Warwick, s. of Anthony, m. 3 Mar. 1675, Mary, d. of Zachary Rhoades.
JOSEPH, Charlestown, a soldier of Moseley's comp. in the gr. battle of Narraganset 19 Dec. 1675. RICHARD, Rye 1663, one of the first sett.; and, perhaps, a merch. of Salem 1672. ROBERT, Boston 1649, vintner. THOMAS, Ipswich 1644, d. 8 Sept. 1677, leav. Thomas John, and sev. ds. Descend. are very num. THOMAS, Gloucester, prob. s. of the preced. b. in Eng. d. 12 Apr. 1712, aged 80, had s. THOMAS, wh. m. Sarah, d. of Harlakenden Symonds, d. 8 Feb. 1698, leav. s. Symonds, Thomas, John, and d. Elizabeth WILLIAM, Kittery, was of the gr. jury 1662.
LOWDEN, JOHN, Charlestown, s. of Richard, m. 29 May 1662, Sarah, d. of Andrew Stephenson, had John and Richard, both bapt. 29 Mar. 1668; Andrew, 2 Aug. 1668; Mary, 22 Jan. 1671; Sarah, 16 Nov. 1673; Joseph, 27 Feb. 1676; and by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth bapt. 13 Mar. 1687, was freem. 1668. RICHARD, Charlestown 1638, freem. 18 May 1642, by w. Mary had John, b. 10, bapt. 16 May 1641; Jeremy, b. 8 Mar. 1643, bur. 11 mos. aft.; Mary, 24 Feb. 1645; Samuel, wh. d. Sept. 1682, in 33d yr.; Elizabeth bapt. 23 Sept. 1656; and Martha, b. 6 [[vol. 3, p. 126]] Apr. 1659. His w. Mary d. 6 Oct. 1683, aged 65; and he d. 12 July 1700, in 88th yr. Martha m. John Call.
LOWDER, or LOUDER, HENRY, Boston, by w. Mary had Henry, b. 7 Dec. 1671. JOHN, Salem, by w. Elizabeth had William, b. 10 Feb. 1692; Nicholas, 31 Aug. 1693; Elizabeth 1 Oct. 1695; and Jared, 1 Nov. 1697. More than usual folly was by him exhibit. in testify. against Bridget Bishop for witchcr. as in Essex Inst. II.142 and 3 is well set forth.
LOWELL, ancient. writ. LOWLE, BENJAMIN, Newbury, s. of John the first, m. 17 Oct. 1666, Ruth, d. of Edward Woodman, had Ruth, b. 4 Sept. 1667; Elizabeth 16 Oct. 1669; Benjamin, 5 Feb. 1674; Sarah, 15 Mar. 1676; Mary; Joseph, 12 Sept. 1680; and John, 25 Feb. 1683; was freem. 1669. JOHN, Newbury, came 1639, it is said, with his f. Percival, and brot. ch. by his w. Mary, b. in Eng. John, Peter, Mary, and James, beside an apprent. Richard Dole; had here Joseph, b. 28 Nov. 1639; was freem. 2 June 1641; had sec. w. Elizabeth Goodale, wh. bore Benjamin, 12 Sept. 1642, bef. ment.; Thomas, 4 June 1644, prob. d. young, not nam. in the will of f.; and Elizabeth 16 Feb. 1646; and d. 10 July 1647, being town clk. that yr. His will is of 29 June preced. The wid. d. Apr. 1651; and d. Elizabeth m. 1 Jan. 1667, as his sec. w. Philip Nelson of Rowley.
JOHN, Boston, a cooper, b. in Eng. s. of the preced. m. 3 Mar. 1653, Hannah, d. of George Proctor of Dorchester, had John, b. 26 Aug. 1655, d. young; Mary, 7 Jan. 1658; and aft. d. of his w. he rem. to Scituate, there m. 24 Jan. 1659, Elizabeth d. of Richard Sylvester, had John, b. at B. 7 Apr. 1660; Joseph, d., soon; Patience, 7 Oct. 1662; and Elizabeth wh. d. soon; beside Ruth, 11 July 1665. He m. third w. 1666, Naomi, sis. of his sec. rem. to Rehoboth, there had Phebe, d. soon; Margaret, 20 Oct. 1667; Samuel, 1 Aug. 1669, d. soon; Samuel, again, 30 Jan. 1671; Elizabeth again, Mar. 1674; William, 3 Jan. 1677, d. soon; Mehitable,7 Jan. 1678; Benjamin, Nov. 1679.; and Nathaniel, 25 Feb. 1681. He came back to B. and had Ebenezer, in 1675, tho. the b. is not ent. on the rec. very deficient that yr. as the clk. with his f. and two brs. was occup. in milit. service of Philip's war, and there d. 7 June 1694. His wid. Naomi admin. the est. His s. Ebenezer was a shoemaker, f. of Rev. John, H. C. 1721, ord. at Newbury, 19 Jan. 1726, wh. was f. of John, H. C. 1760, disting. as a judge, and f. of sev great benefact. the commonw.
JOSEPH, Boston, a cooper, br. of the preced. m. 8 Mar. 1660, Abigail, d. of George Proctor of Dorchester, had Joseph, b. 1 Aug. 1661, d. soon; Hannah, 31 Jan. 1663; Joseph, again, 9 Nov. 1665; Abigail, 4 Feb. 1667, d. soon; James, 27 Mar. 1668; Abigail, again, 9 Mar. 1671; and Samuel, 13 July 1678. PERCIVAL, Newbury, merch. came from Bristol, 1639 bring. s. John and Richard; his w. Rebecca d. 28 Dec. 1640, and he d. 8 Jan. 1665. Fam. tradit. says he was eldest s . of Richard, wh. m. a Percival, and drew his descent. thro. eight generat. by the eldest s. of ea. from Walter of Yardley, in Co. Worcester.
PERCIVAL, Newbury, s. of Richard, m. 7 Sept. 1664, Mary Chandler, had Richard, b. 25 Dec. 1668, wh. liv. to 29 May 1749; Gideon, 3 Sept. 1672; Samuel, 13 [[vol. 3, p. 127]] Jan. 1676; and Edmund, 24 Sept. 1684. RICHARD, Newbury, br. of John of the same, came with his f. 1639, bring. w. but no ch. that is kn. had Percival, bef. ment. b. 1639; and Rebecca, 27 Jan. 1642. His w. d. that yr. and by sec. w. Margaret he had Samuel, 1644; and Thomas, 28 Sept. 1649; and d. 5 Aug. 1682, aged 80, says Coffin. Fifteen descend. of the first Percival have been gr. at Harv. and it is noted, that four have, at diff. times, been of the corpo. of the Univ.
LOWGIE, or LOUGEE, John, came at the age of 16, in the Confidence of London, from Southampton 1638, with Grace, perhaps his sis. as serv. of John Stephens of Caversham, Oxfordsh. This name is preserv. in N. H. but the tradit. of the fam. derives it from a John, wh. came from the Isle of Jersey, seventy yrs. later.
LUCAR, MARK, Newport, among freem. 1655.
LUCAS, THOMAS, Plymouth, had John, b. 15 July 1656; Mary, 1 Mar. 1658; Benoni, 30 Oct. 1659; Samuel, 15 Sept. 1661; and Wil liam, 13 Jan. 1663; and was k. by the Ind. in Philip's war. WILLIAM, Middletown, m. 12 July 1666, Esther Clark, perhaps d. of John of New Haven, wh. d. 16 Apr. and he d. 29 Apr. 1690, leav. William, b. 26 Apr. 1667; John, 14 Oct. 1669; Mary, 5 Dec. 1672; Thomas, 1676; and Samuel, 15 Apr. 1682. A Mr. L. with prefix of respect was of New Haven 1643, with fam. of six, of wh. no more is heard. He prob. was one of the London associates who soon went home. A Lucas fam. of good est. in N. E. is of French descent, but came not early across the ocean, the first emigr. Augustus writ. of hims. "I m. 6 Jan. 1696, at St. Malo, in Bretagne."
LUCE, or LUCY, EXPERIENCE, perhaps of Edgartown, s. of Henry, m. Elizabeth d. of John Manter, had Zephaniah, b. 19 Feb. 1695; perhaps others, and d. 9 Jan. 1747. HENRY, Rehoboth 1668. Prob. he rem. to the Vineyard, and by w. Remember had Experience, b. 7 Feb. 1673, perhaps others. THOMAS, Charlestown, had Samuel, b. 1644, says Farmer, to wh. I can add nothing, but that he prob. rem. soon. The name abounds at the Vineyard. One LUCY, at Portsmouth, m. Mary, d. of William Brooking, and had Benjamin.
LUCKIS, or LUCKIN, WILLIAM, Marblehead 1648. Dana, Hist. Disc. 7.
LUDDEN, BENJAMIN, Weymouth, perhaps s. of James, by w. Eunice, d. I think, of John Holbrook, had d. Abia, b. 22 Dec. 1679; a s. whose name; is not kn. 13 Mar. 1681; and James, 9 Nov. 1689. JAMES, Weymouth, had Mary, b. 17 Dec. 1636; Sarah, 15 Nov. 1639, d. soon; Sarah, again, 5 June 1642; and John, so late as 13 Jan. 1657, by w. wh. may have been mo. of the others. Perhaps this man was the guide, in Oct. 1632, in honor of wh. Gov. Winthrop then travelling on foot from Plymouth to W. named a fording place in the North river. But the rec. in Geneal. Reg. IX. 171, calls him Laddon. In the note on p. 146 of the Hist. of Boston, attention is drawn to this name. Diligent as the writer is, his meaning may be misunderstood, when, aft. printing the name Ludham, at the foot, tho. in the text above, and in his [[vol. 3, p. 128]] Index, with me he adopts Luddam, yet, for change of sec. d to h he says, "I follow Prince, wh. follow. or used Winthrop in the original." As the last three words are print. in Italics it might seem, that an insinuation was intend. that I had not used or follow. the orig. A candid reader need not be distressed with such a suspicion, or presume that Mr. Drake believ. such a thing; for the venerable MS. in its original ink is accessib. and here more plain than often it appears.
Winthrop wrote the name twice in the same short sentence, the first time, as it was print. by me, and the sec. as giv. in Webster's Ed. of 1790, with h aft. double dd. I was content with one form. Prince struck a mid. course, and the historian of Boston mioht learn from inspection, that the petty deviation from the orig. is seen in the scrupulous annalist, Hale's Ed. 407, and not in the annotator. of Winthrop Nobody would blame Winthrop for spelling the name two ways in one sentence, nor Prince for so slight variance from both; nor quarrel with Secr. Porter in transcrib. the copy that Webster print. for obeying the latter form of Winthrop's writing of the name with an h, nor with me for accepting the earlier form, without that letter. After inspection of the ancient MS.
Mr. Drake would observe that his criticism was more than unnecessary; and his readers may excuse the error by inferring that instead of the open, bold Roman types, the natural overflow of his benignant impulses sought the more modest Italic character of censure. JOHN, Weymouth, wh. may have been s. of the preced. was a soldier on Conn. riv. under capt. Turner, in Mar. 1676. This name is not rare in the W. part of Mass.
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