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

Volume #4
Sealis - Sennot 

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.

SEALIS, or SELLICE (as Lothrop writes it) RICHARD, Scitute 1635, by first w. whose name is unkn. had ds. b. in Eng. Hannah, wh. m. 15 Oct. 1638, John Winchester of Hingham, and Esther, wh. m. 20 Nov. 1639, Samuel Jackson; join. the ch. 24 Dec. 1637, was deac. m. sec. w. Eglin Hanford, that had twice been wid. mo. of Rev. Thomas H. and sis. of good Timothy Hatherly, the founder of the town; and d. prob. 1656, at least his inv. is of 26 Mar. in that yr. but the date of his will 17 Sept. 1653. In that he gave, beside his own ds. to Eglin H. d. of his w. [[vol. 4, p. 45]]

SEAMAN, CALEB, New Haven 1646, rem. soon. JOHN, Wethersfield, rem. to Stamford 1641, and thence in few yrs.

SEARCH, JOHN, Boston, a weaver, adm. hab. 3 May 1641, of the ch. 19 Sept. foll. as was his w. Catharine, 29 Jan. next, freem. 18 May 1642, and liv. 1662. Ano. w. Ann, says Farmer, d. 11 May 1674, in 85th yr.

SEARLE, ALEXANDER, Salem, by w. Mary had Robert, b. 6 Aug. 1657; Mary, 22 Feb. 1660, wh. d. young; Abigail, wh. d. 16 Jan. 1663, prob. very young; and Alexander, 25 May 1664. ANDREW, Ipswich, or Rowley, perhaps both, b. it is said, a. 1616, was of Kittery 1668, there clk. of the writs, went back to R. and there d. 7 Nov. 1670. ANDREW, Kittery, prob. s. of the preced. dwelt there 1674, 6, and aft. DANIEL, Boston, a gent. of large est. m. Deliverance, d. of Edward Tyng, had Daniel, b. 29 Oct. 1666, bapt. 2 June foll. d. young; and Samuel, b. 16 Oct. 1668; rem. to Barbados 1669, where, I suppose, his prop. lay. He is scrupulous. call. Col. or Esq. both in rec. of town and ch. and in priv. corresp. Gov. EDWARD, Warwick, m. wid. Joan White, sis. of Edmund Calverly, had Edward, and was liv. 1679. A s. of his w. by her former h. went home prob. to Eng. 

EDWARD, Warwick, s. of the preced. m. 21 Feb. 1671, Ann, wid. of John Lippit the sec. rem. to Cranston, and prob. had a fam. as the name there is com. EPHRAIM, Boston, freem. 1672, was a lieut. JOHN, Springfield, m. 19 Mar. 1639, Sarah Baldwin, had John, b. 30 Mar. 1641; and d. 11 Aug. foll. His wid. m. 28 Apr. next, Alexander Edwards; his will, of 21 Dec. 1640, being pro. 8 days bef. this m. JOHN, Boston, m. 16 Nov. 1661, Catharine Warner, wid. perhaps of Thomas, had John, b. 19 Nov. 1664; may have rem. 1668 to Dover, or been of Stonington 1670, freem. of Conn. 1673, yet not join. to ch. bef. 1677. JOHN, Northampton, s. of the first John, m. 3 July 1667, Ruth, d. of William Jones, wh. d. 20 Nov. 1672, had a ch. that d. 25 Mar. 1668, without name on the rec.; John, b. 11 Mar. foll. wh. d. in few days; John, again, 6 Aug. 1670; beside ano. b. the day of its mo.'s d. wh. d. very soon. Sec. w. Mary, d. of John North, he took 10 or 30 May 1675, had James, 12 Feb. 1676; Mary, a. 1678; Ebenezer, 9 Jan. 1680; Ruth, 17 Dec. 1681; Sarah, 28 Feb. 1684; Nathaniel, 3 May 1686; Lydia, 22 Aug. 1688; was freem. 1690, and d. 3 Oct. 1718. His wid. d. 5 Nov. 1726. RICHARD, Providence 1638. 

ROBERT, Dorchester, adm. an inhab. 9 June 1662, by w. Deborah, wh. d. 2 Mar. 1714, had Nathaniel, b. 9 June 1662; Salter, 26 June 1664; Esbon, 24 Feb. 1669, d. young; Robert, 2 July 1671; Esbon, again, 18 Mar. 1674; Deborah, 4 Apr. 1677; and Jabez, 13 Mar. 1679, was town clk. Blake says, 16 yrs. and d. 7 Feb. 1717. THOMAS, Salem, by w. Damaris, had John, b. 30 Oct. 1666; Mary, 6 May 1668; and Thomas, 5 Aug. 1674. WILLIAM, Kittery, perhaps br. of the first Andrew, may have been the town clk. instead of A. WILLIAM, Rowley 1689, prob. s. of the preced. by w. Deborah had William, b. 1690. Of this name, in 1829, two had been gr. at Harv. two at Yale and six at other N. E. coll. [[vol. 4, p. 46]]

SEARS, DANIEL, Boston, mariner, had w. Mary, on whose d. when he was abroad, admin. was giv. Feb. 1652 to John Sunderland for him. JOHN, Woburn, had been of Charlestown 1639, and was one of the earliest at W. 1640, freem. 2 June 1641; had first w. Susanna, wh. was adm. of the ch. 2 Feb. 1640, and d. at W. 29 Aug. 1677; and in less than three mos. he m. Esther Mason, wh. d. 14 Aug. 1680, and 80 days aft. he m. Ann, wid. of the first Jacob Farrar; but he had no ch. Early as 1654 he was engag. in E. settlem. and next yr. sold Long isl. in the beautiful bay of Casco. KNYVETT, Yarmouth, s. thot. to be eldest, of Richard of the same, m. Elizabeth Dimmock, perhaps d. of Thomas of Barnstable, had Daniel, b. 1682; Richard, 1684; and d. in Eng. 1686, says fam. tradit. PAUL, Yarmouth, br. of the preced. m. Deborah Willard, d. of George of Scituate, had Samuel, b. 1663; Paul; John, 1677; beside sev. ds. whose names are not seen; and d. 1707. 

RICHARD, Yarmouth, said, in fam. tradit. to have come, with spell. of Sayer, to Plymouth 1630, then aged 40, there, certain. was tax. 1633, and Felt gives him gr. of ld. 1638 at Salem; but there he did not long stop, if he ever liv.; by w. Dorothy, m. 1632, it is said, in fam. geneal. with surname of Thacher, but wh. she was unkn. had Knyvett, b. 1635; Paul, 1637; and Silas, 1639, prob. others; and d. 1676. His wid. d. 1680. She was younger than her h. Deborah, his d. m. 1659, Zechariah Paddock. SILAS, Yarmouth, s. perhaps youngest, of the preced. had Silas; Thomas, b. 1664; Hannah, Dec. 1672; liv. then at Eastham, and prob. had other ch.; presum. to be Richard, Joseph, Josiah, Elizabeth and Dorothy; was rep. 1685, 6, and, aft. the overthrow of Andros, 1689, 90, and 1, and d. by fam. tradit. 1697. THOMAS, Newbury, m. 11 Dec. 1656, says Coffin, Mary Hilton, alias Downer, wh. I do not understand, had Mary, b. 30 Oct. 1657; and Rebecca, posthum. 5 Nov. 1661; and he d. 16 or 26 May preced.

SEVER, CALEB, Roxbury, s. of Robert of the same, m. 15 Dec. 1671, Sarah Inglesby, or Ingoldsby, wh. d. 31 Jan. 1709, had Caleb, b. 31 Mar. 1673; Elizabeth 20 Jan. 1676; Nathaniel, 6 Oct. 1677, d. at 11 yrs; Nicholas, 15 Apr. 1680, H. C. 1701; Thomas, 10 Mar. 1682; Sarah, 1 Aug. 1686; and d. 6 Mar. 1713. JOSHUA, Roxbury, tw. br. of the preced. m. 28 Feb. 1678, Mary, wid. of Joseph Pepper, had Joshua b. 18 Feb. 1679; and Mary, wid. 29 Mar. 1683; and his w. d. 22 May foll.; and by ano. w. Mary, had Mary, 15 Aug. 1684; and Ebenezer, 1 Aug. 1687; was freem. 1690.

NATHANIEL, Roxbury, br. of the preced. had John, b. 18 Aug. 1671; and Sarah, wh. d. soon; and he fell at Sudbury fight, 21 Apr. 1676. ROBERT, Roxbury, took o. of suprem. 24 Mar. 1634, at London, and came in the Mary and John that yr. and here m. 10 Dec. foll. Elizabeth Allard as the town rec. says, call. Ballard in ch. rec. (unless we should read Bullard), had Shubael, b. 31 Jan. 1640; Caleb, and Joshua, 31 Aug. 1641; wh. all were bapt. no doubt, since f. and mo. were. memb. of the ch. but the earliest bapt. on its rec. is of 26 Dec. 1641; Elizabeth bapt. 19 Nov. 1643; Nathaniel, 8 Feb. 1646; Hannah, 6 Feb. 1648, d. soon; and Hannah, again, 13 Oct. [[vol. 4, p. 47]] 1650, wh. d. at 3 yrs.; and his w. d. 6 June 1657. Ano. w. d. 1669 and he d. 13 May 1683, aged 74. SHUBAEL, Roxbury, s. of the preced. m. 7 Feb. Hannah, d. of Nathaniel Wilson, had Robert, b. 7 June 1670; Joseph, 1 June 1672; Hannah, 1 Sept. 1674; Abigail, 23 July 1677; Shubael, 10 Oct. 1679; and Thankful, 6 Apr. 1684. His w. d. 13 Feb. 1722, and he d. 18 Jan. 1730, aged 90, the gr.st. says. Oft. this name was writ. without a, and Hon. Nicholas and Hon. William were by Farmer call. of this fam. but I see not evid. Nine of this name had been gr. at Harv. in 1818, and one at Dart.

SEAVERNS, SEAVERN, or SEABORN, JOHN, Boston, tailor, by w. Mary had Elizabeth b. 21 Oct. 1642, bapt. in aug. 1644, when the mo. join. the ch.; Mary, 15, bapt. 22 Sept. 1644; Deborah, 26 Feb. 1646, bapt. 11 Mar. foll. d. in few days; was of ar. co. 1654. SAMUEL, Charlestown, m. 23 Feb. 1666, Sarah, d. of Christopher Grant, was a mariner, sold his ld. in Boston 1672; but no more of him is kn. SAMUEL, Watertown, brot. from Eng. prob. by a wid. mo. wh. offer. him to bapt. 28 Nov. 1686, m. 20 Dec. 1699, Rebecca, d. of John Stratton, had Elizabeth b. 20 Oct. 1700; Sarah, 19 Jan. 1703; Samuel, July 1706; Rebecca, 21 Feb. 1710; and Abigail, 7 Mar. 1712; and he d. 10 Nov. 1714. Elizabeth m. 23 Oct. 1719, Jonas Warren; and Rebecca m. 6 May 1730, Peter Ball.

SEAVY, JOHN, Portsmouth, perhaps s. of William, m. 29 July 1686, Hannah, wid. of Joseph Walker, d. of John Philbrook of Hampton. NATHANIEL, and THOMAS, were, perhaps, brs. of the preced. and unit. with him and f. in praying, 1690, for jurisdict. of Mass. THOMAS, Newcastle, N. H. perhaps br. of the preced. at Isle of Shoals in 1663, d. 15 Mar. 1708. WILLIAM, Portsmouth, one of the comp. by Mason sent over in 1631, was constable at Isle of Shoals 1655, much engag. in the fishery, and selectman 1657, and d. 1671. His prop. was large, by inv. of 13 Dec. amount. to L631, 7, 8, and in Apr. foll. his wid. Elizabeth had admin.

SEBBORN, SIBBORNE, SEBORNE, or SEABORN, JOHN, Boston, by w. Mary, wh. join. our ch. 10 Aug. 1644, had Elizabeth bapt. next day; Mary, 22 Sept. foll. a 7 days old; and Deborah, 1 May 1646, a. 4 days old.

SECCOMB, PETER, Medford, perhaps s. of the first Richard, m. 25 Feb. 1702, Hannah Willis, d. of Stephen, had Willis, b. 30 Apr. 1704, d. under 21 yrs.; John, 30 July 1706, d. next yr.; John, again, 25 Apr. 1708, H. C. 1728, min. of Harvard; Charles, 15 Jan. 1710, d. under 21 yrs; Thomas, 16 Aug. 1711; and Joseph, H. C. 1731, min. of Kingston, a celebr. wit; and d. 8 Sept. 1756. His wid. d. 15 Dec. 1760. RICHARD, Lynn 1660, d. 1694, had Noah; Richard; Peter, b. 1678; and Susanna. RICHARD, Medford, s. prob. of the preced. by w. [[vol. 4, p. 48]] Ann had Jonathan, b. 17 Sept. 1710; Ann, 17 Sept. 1712; and Dorothy, 24 Jan. 1715. THOMAS, br. prob. of the preced. m. Rebecca, d. of Stephen Willis, may have liv. at Lynn.

SEDGWICK, ROBERT, Charleston 1636, prob. came 1635 in the Truelove, aged 24, tho. in the custom-ho. rec. the name appears Jo. inst. of Ro. join. the ch. with w. Joanna, on 27 Feb. 1637, and was made freem. 9 Mar. foll. when he was appoint. capt. for the town by our Ct. and chos. next mo. rep. and aft. for sixteen Cts. more. His neighb. capt. Edward Johnson, in Wonder work. Provid. c. 26 of book ii., the most valua. of that curious vol. assures us, that he was "nurst up in London's Artil. garden;" and our rec. show, that he was one of the found. of our art. co. 1638, its capt. 1640, command. of the castle 1641, head of the regim. of Middlesex 1643, and last. maj.-gen. of the Col. soon aft. call. by O. Cromwell to milit. serv. with John Leverett (aft. our Gov.) for his sec. and bef. long time sent to Jamaica, recent. conquer. There he d. 24 May 1656. Joanna, the Gen.'s wid. was liv. 1667 at Stepney, near London. By her he had Samuel, bapt. 31 Mar. 1639; and Hannah, 14 Mar. 1641; beside William, and Robert, wh. prob. were his ch. and Sarah, b. certain. in Eng. as may have been these s. Certainty is beyond our reach, bec. rec. of town is imperfect, and the ch. rec. of bapt. from 20 Sept. 1642 to 4 July 1658 is a total. sad blank space. Our Charlestown soldier, in letters of Nov. 1655, pray. leave to come from Jamaica to London, recommends his w. and five ch. to the kindness of the Lord Protector, and we have only to regret, that his pathetic appeal was disregard. Frothingham, 135-9, is copius and correct. Sarah bec. sec. w. of Gov. Leverett. Whether she were sis. or d. might be disput. and this point that Mather ought to have elucidat. is confus. by him. Yet high is the prob. if her d. 2 Jan. 1705 is accomp. with correct statem. that she was 74 yrs. old, that she was b. in Eng. and was eldest ch. of the disting. soldier. 

ROBERT, Charlestown, s. of the preced. as confident. is presum. b. prob. in Eng. by w. Sarah had William, b. 9 June 1676; and Sarah, 19 Dec. 1677. He d. on a return voyage from Jamaica, leav. trifl. est. of wh. admin. was giv. to his wid. Sarah, 26 Apr. 1683. SAMUEL, br. of the preced. was of Charlestown not long, but chief. liv. at London, had w. Elizabeth prob. hoped to obt. some reward for serv. of his f. but long bef. his m. he was witness to the will, 17 June 1657, of Jonathan Wade of our Ipswich, then at L. and it is curious, that his signature was pro. in Eng. by his wid. 1 Dec. 1683, then aged only 33 yrs. and she says he was her h. six yrs. "Citizen and clothworker of London," he calls hims. in a deed of 20 May 1667, whereby he sold his ho. and ld. in C. to Francis Willoughby. SAMUEL, Hartford, only ch. of William of the same, m. 1689, Mary, d. [[vol. 4, p. 49]] of Stephen Hopkins of the same, had Samuel, b. 22 Aug. 1690; Jonathan, 29 Mar. 1693; Ebenezer, 25 Feb. 1695; Joseph, 16 May 1697; Stephen, 17 Mar. 1701; Abigail, 23 Feb. 1703; Mary, 1 July 1705; William, 29 June 1707; Elizabeth 10 Dec. 1708; Thankful, 3 Nov. 1710, d. under 10 yrs.; Mercy, 18 Jan. 1713; and Benjamin, 7 Nov. 1716; and d. 24 Mar. 1735. His wid. d. 4 Sept. 1743. He was gr.f. of the Hon. Theodore, speaker of the Ho. of Rep. in Congr. of the U. S. a. 65 yrs. since, and aft. a judge of S. J. C. in Mass. and progenit. of many amiab. and disting. writers that have adorn. the name in our coutry. 

WILLIAM, Hartford, s. of the first Robert, may have been b. in Eng. m. Elizabeth youngest d. of Rev. Samuel Stone, had Samuel, b. 1667; but he had prob. been ruin. in morals by serv. in the army of Eng. and aft. many yrs. of abandonm. of his w. as she alleg. in petitn. for div. May 1673, the Gen. Ct. of Conn. Oct. 1674, releas. her from the "unchristian bondage." She m. John Roberts, but tho. she had s. John, was not much better sort. with the new h. yet liv. with him, 1695, on L. I. Of S. little more is kn. exc. that he sold, 7 Sept. 1668, all right in est. of his f. to Francis Willoughby. Yet an obscure report was circulat. that he d. on return from the W. I. to Boston.

SEDLEY, JAMES, was, says Farmer, early sett. at Weymouth; but I kn. nothing of him.

SEELEY, JOHN, Isle of Shoals 1647, was, perhaps, aft. at Newbury. JOHN, Fairfield, perhaps s. of Robert, m. bef. 1691, Sarah, d. of George Squire. NATHANIEL, New Haven 1646, s. of Robert, m. at Fairfield, 1649, or earlier, Mary, d. of Benjamin Turney, rem. to F. was freem. 1657; m. sec. w. late in 1674, or early next yr. Elizabeth wid. of Obadiah Gilbert, former. wid. of Nehemiah Olmstead, serv. as lieut. in Philip's war, 1675, and was k. at the head of his comp. in the gr. swamp fight, 19 Dec. A gr. was made next yr. to his wid. Nine ch. all, I presume, by first w. were left, Nathaniel, Robert, Benjamin, Joseph, John, Mary, Sarag, Phebe, and Rebecca. OBADIAH, Stamford, prob. s. of Robert, m. the wid. of John Miller of S. but d. 1657, leav. wid. and ch. Obadiah, Cornelius, and Jonas. ROBERT, Watertown, prob. came in the fleet with Winthrop for his req. of adm. was in Oct. 1630, and he took the o. of freem. 18 May foll. was employ. as surveyor 1634, and in 1636 rem. to Wethersfield, was next yr. a lieut. in the Pequot war, perhaps short time at New Haven 1639, and in 1646 had leave to go home, but in few yrs. was again here, and in 1654 led the force of N. H. rais. for serv. under Sedgwick and Leverett against the neighb. prov. of New Netherlands, that was happi. prevent. by restor. of peace in Europe. He was at Saybrook 1662, Stratford 1663, and the same yr. at Huntington, on L. I. in the head of the milit. but at New York aft. its conq. and [[vol. 4, p. 50]] there d. His wid. Mary had admin. 19 Oct. WILLIAM, Isle of Shoals, perhaps br. of John of the same, was of gr. jury 1656, d. at Saco, 1672, says Folsom, 188, wh. tells, that his d. Emma m. John Ruel, and Dorcas m. James Gibbins, jr. in 1668.

SEKER, or SECKER, HENRY, a youth of 8 yrs. wh. came in the Speedwell from London, arr. at Boston 27 July 1656, perhaps was he that sett. at Newton with name of Seager.

SELDEN, or SELDON, JOSEPH, Hadley, s. of Thomas the first, m. 1677, Rebecca Church, d. of deac. Edward of Hatfield, had Rebecca, b. 1678; Esther, 1680, d. next yr.; Joseph, 1682; rem. to Deerfield, there had Thomas, 1684; and Hannah; but in few yrs. was back at Hadley, and had Mary, 5 Mar. 1689; Esther, again, 2 May 1691; Samuel, 17 May 1695; rem. once more to Lyme, there purchas. large est. and part. in Haddam, had Sarah, bapt. 20 July 1712; and d. bef. 1 Feb. 1725, when this est. was div. by their own act to three s. Joseph and Thomas of H. and Samuel of L. with five ds. Rebecca, w. of James Wells; Mercy, w. of Isaac Spencer; Esther, w. of Jabez Chapman; Hannah, w. of Daniel Brainard, all of H. and Sarah Selden of L. THOMAS, Hartford 1639, freem. 1640, had Thomas, bapt. 31 Aug. 1645; John, wh. d. May 1650; Mary, 26 Mar. 1648 or 9; Esther, 3 Mar. 1650, d. next yr.; Joseph, 2 Nov. 1651; Hannah; and Sarah; and d. bef. the end of 1655. His will, of 14 Aug. names wid. Esther, wh. m. Andrew Warner, and all the five ch. rem. to Hadley. The mo. d. 1693; Hannah, infirm, d. 1695; and Mary m. 12 Dec. 1666, John Taylor. THOMAS, Hadley, s. of the preced. m. Felix, d. of William Lewis the sec. of Farmington, had John, b. 16 June 1675; Thomas, 12 Nov. 1677, wh. was k. on that terrib. 29 Feb. 1704, at Deerfield; and Ebenezer, 2 Mar. 1679 or 80; and d. at honora. age, 24 Nov. 1734. His wid. was liv. 1738. Sometimes this name, of wh. twelve had been gr. at Yale, two at Dart. none at Harv. in 1848, is seen under pervers. as Selding.

SELLAN, or SELLEN, THOMAS, Ipswich, allow. as inhab. by the Gen. Ct. 11 June 1663, tho. they had order, 1 Apr. preced. that no person should go to plant there exc. those already gone. Possib. he rem. bef. 1638 to Braintree, at least no more at I. can be heard of him; and at B. a rec. of d. is seen, 3 Dec. 1642, of Thomas Sellem, wh. may seem to be this man.

 

SELLOCK, SELLICK, SILIECK, or SELLECK, DAVID, Boston, soapboiler, by w. Susanna had David, b. 11 Dec. 1638; Jonathan, 20 May 1641; John, 21, bapt. 23 Apr. 1643; Nathaniel, 18, bapt. 27 July 1645; Joanna, 11 Dec. 1647; Elizabeth 1 Feb. 1652; and Susanna, 1653, wh. d. soon; and he d. 1654, in Virg. His inv. of 6 Dec. in that yr. [[vol. 4, p. 51]] shows fair est. in sum, yet very little beyond debts. How his name was pervert. to Zullesh may be seen near the end of this vol. DAVID, Boston, merch. eldest s. of the preced. trad. to Barbados 1663. JOHN, Stamford, br. of the preced. freem. 1670, was rich and enterpris. master of a vessel to Eng. tak. May 1689 by the French, and never came home, yet his est. was not administ. bef. 5 Mar. 1700. By w. Sarah, d. of Richard Law, he had Sarah, b. 22 Aug. 1669; David, 27 Dec. 1672; Nathaniel, 7 Apr. 1678; John, 7 June 1681; Susanna, 2 Feb. 1683; and Joanna, 31 May 1686. His wid. d. 8 Nov. 1732. 

JONATHAN, Stamford, elder br. of the preced. m. Abigail, d. of Richard Law, had Jonathan, b. 11 July 1664; David, 27 Jan. 1666; and John, H. C. 1690, but he and the other ch. with the mo. all d. bef. the f. wh. d. 10 Jan. 1713. By his will he gave "the Latin, Greek, and Hebrew books" to Rev. John Davenport, wh. had m. 1695, Martha, the wid. of his s. John, d. of Nathan Gould. He had been active in business, was innholder 1665, freem. 1667, lieut. capt. and at last major, rep. 1670, and again 1675. NATHANIEL, Boston, youngest br. of the preced. was apprent. to David Evans, wh. in his will of 30 June 1663, left him £10. if he faithful. discharg. his indent. My conject. is, that this is the name giv. as Lellock by the careless penman wh. copied the book used as a rec. of births in Boston bef. 1690.

SELMAN, JOHN, Pemaquid, took o. of fidel. to Mass. 1674.

SEMOND, WILLIAM, Boston, by w. Ann, d. of George Barrell, had Hannah, b. Sept. 1640, wh. is nam. in the will of gr.f. B.

SENDALL, SAMUEL, Boston, first was at Newbury, as in his will he says, "Edward Rawson brot. me into this country." By w. Joanna had Joanna, bapt. 21 Sept. 1651, wh. m. John Hunlock; and Mary, b. 13 Mar. 1653, wh. d. young. Ano. w. Elizabeth in his will of 29 Sept. 1684, pro. 8 Oct. next, describ. as "singular. comfortable, and good w. and yokefellow," was provid. for by the contract of m. 4 Oct. 1684; yet he gave something to her and also to her d. Abigail W. tho. most, of course, to his d. Hunlock and ch. The wid. had been third w. of John Warren, and found ano. h. in John Hayward, the notary, and a fourth in Phineas Wilson of Hartford.

SENDEN, SAMUEL, Marblehead, a petitnr. 1668, against imposts, freem. 1684.

SENNOT. See Sinnett.

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