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garet, 25 Feb. 1680; and Benoni, 2 Jan. 1681, d. in few days, as did
the mo. on the day of his b. and in July 1682, he m. Amy Kichardson;
was freem. 1690. Descend, contin. at Lynn.

Lines, Loines, or Line, Benjamin, New Haven, youngest s. of
Ealph, a propr. 1685. Gabriel, freem. of Conn. 1656, most prob. d.
or rem. soon. Henry, New Haven, s. of John of Badby, 2 ms. from
Daventry, 13 from Northampton, Co. Northampton, had John, b. 1656,
d. young, it is thot. ; Joanna, b. 20, bapt. 24 Oct. 1658 ; Samuel, 16 Jan.
bapt. 4 Mar. 1660; and Hopestill, 6, bapt. 10 Nov. 1661; and he.d.
1663, leav. wid. John, Isle of Shoals, wh. d. a. 1675, I think was a
fisherman, for his excors. were of Dartmouth, in Devonsh. Joseph,
New Haven, br. of Benjamin, a propr. 1685. Ealph, New Haven,
perhaps br. of Henry, may have had Samuel, freem. 1670; Ealph, b.
1652; and certain. John, 1655; Joseph, 1657; and Benjamin, 1659;
the three last s. bapt. 1661 ; perhaps other ch.; was freem. bef. 1669.,
He and the four s. are in the list of proprs. 1685, spell. Loines, but in
the rec. of b.. Lines. Roger, Jamaica, L. L 1656. Samuel, New

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Haven 1687, perhaps s. of Ealph of the same, had w. Mary, d. of John
Thompson the sec. of the same.

Ling, Benjamin, Charlestown 1636, went to New Haven, prob. with
Gov. Eaton, had his est. laid out 1640, was a freem. with prefix of
respect, liv. in what is now East Haven, d. 27 Apr. 1673, leav. no ch.
but giv. good prop, to some friends, and large to w. Joanna, wh. m. 3
Nov. foil. col. John Dixwell, the regicide, and d. in a few wks.

Linn. See Lynn.

LiNNELL or Lynnell, oft. print. Linnett or Ltnnett, David,
Barnstable, perhaps s. of Eobert, b. in Eng. m. 9 Mar. 1653, Hannah
Shelley or Shilley, had Samuel, b. 15 Dec. 1655; Elisha, 1 June 1658 ;
and Hannah, 15 Dec. 1660, wh. m. 3 Aug. 1681, the sec. Dolor Davis ;
beside Jonathan. John, Barnstable, wh. was s. possib. of the preced. or
of Jonathan, of wh. we kn. from Hamblen only that he was a sett, of B.
bef. 1700, and may have been a br. of David, or of John, m. Ruth
Davis, had Thankful, b. 12 Nov. 1696, bapt. 17 Sept. 1699; Samuel, b.
16 Nov. 1699; John, 15 June 1702; Bethia, 14 May 1704; Joseph, 12
June 1707; Hannah, 10 July 1709; and Jabez, 30 July 1711. Jona-
than, Easthain, s. perhaps youngest, of David, by w. Eliz. had David,
b. 28 Jan. 1694; Eliz.* 17 Apr. 1696, d. at 18 yrs. ; Abigail, 1 July
1699; Jonathan, 4 Aug. 1701 ; Thomas, 12 Oct. 1703 ; Elisha, 15 Feb.
1707 ; and d. 27 July 1725. Robert, Scituate, with his w. under let.
of dism. from ch. in London, join, this 16 Sept. 1638, rem. to Barnstable
next yr. had Bethia, bapt. 7 Feb. 1 641 ; left wid. and sev. ch. and prob.
gr.ch. The wid. in 1669, says Deane, complain, that part of the prop,
giv. her by her h. was kept back by his s. Robert, so we may, I think,
infer, that she was not the mo. His d. Hannah, m. 15 Mar. Ii649, John
Davis; Mary m. 15 Oct. 1649, Richard Child ; and Abigail m. 27 May
1651, Joshua Lombard. Of Experience, wh. m. 20 Aug. 1689, Jabez
Davis, we may conject. that she was his cous. Thomas, Hampton 1643.
Deane made the last let. of this name t.

LiNSLET, John, Guilford 1650, or earlier, rem. long bef. 1667 to
Branford, when John jr. was there.

Linton, Richard, prob. at Gov. Cradock's planta. Medford 1630,
and Watertown 1638, one of the first sett, of Lancaster, 1643, d. 30
Mkr. 1665. His est. was small, and very little is kn. of him but that
his d. Ann m. Lawrence Waters of Lancaster.

LiPPET, or LiPPiT, John, early a townsman of Providence, and aft.
freein. at Warwick 1655, had, perhaps, Nathaniel, certain. John, Moses,
and Joseph, prob. Rebecca, wh. m. 2 Feb. 1665, Joseph Howard, and
next, 19 Mar. 1669, Francis Budlong ; yet Joseph and Nathaniel d.
perhaps early. John, Warwick, s. of the preced. m. 9 Feb. 1665, Ann

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Grove, had John, b. 10 Nov. foil, and Moses, 17 Feb. 1668. He d.
early, and his wid. m. 21 Feb. 1*671, Edward Searle, jr. Moses, per-
haps of Kingston, s. of the first John, m. 9 or 19 Nov. 1668, Mary, d.
of Henry Knowles, was, I presume, of Wiekford, as the Conn, favorers
name their claim to the Narraganset country. His will of 1700, tho. he
did not d. bef. 6 Jan. 1705, ment. s. Moses, then a minor, ds. Mary, w.
of John Burlingame ; Martha, w. of Thomas Burlingame ; and Rebecca
w. of John Lippet.

LiPPENCOT, Bartholome-w, Dover 1658. Eichaed, Dorchester,
freem. 13 May 1640, rem. to Boston 1644, by w. Abigail had Remem-
brance, bapt. 19 Sept. 1641, at D. and at B. had John, b. 6, bapt. 10
Nov. 1644; Abigail, 17, bapt. 24 Jan. 1647, d. in few wks. In a few
yrs. he disagr. with his brethr. of the ch. who cast him out from their
communion, 6 July 1651, tho. only for his conscientious scruples, and
soon aft. he went home, where more liberty was encouraged by Cromwell
than our people liked. There he had Restore, b. at Plymouth, 3 July of
yr. not ment. in the fam. geneal. but prob. 1653; and at some other
town in Devonsh. ; Freedom, 1 Sept. prob. 1 655 ; Increase, 5 Dec.
1657 ; and Jacob, 11 May 1660 ; in 1663 came again over the ocean,
and at R. I. had Preserved, 25 Feb. 1663, wh.*d. at three yrs. In few
yrs. more he rem. to New Jersey, and at Shrewsbury in that Col. he was
a patentee of the chart. 30 May 1669, and his descend, have cont. ■

LiscOME, or LiscoM, Nicholas, Marblehead 1663. Felt. Per-
haps he had gr. of Id. 1637, and is the man whose name is by Felt, I.
169, print. Listen, wh. seems a very uncommon surname, and the mistake
might easi. arise by reading c as t, wh. in the old engross, hand it so
much resembles as to have a thousand times been so tak. Possib. the
modern fam. of Luscome at Salem may thus be derived. See Lyscom.

Lisle. See Lyall.

Lister, Andrew. See Lester.

Litchfield, Experience, Scituate 1671, s. of Lawrence of the
same, k. by accid. 1673. Josiah, Scitaate, s. prob. of Lawrence, m.
1671, Sarah, d. of Rev. Nicholas Baker, had Hannah, b. 24 Dec. 1672,
Sarah, 25 Sept. 1674; Josiah, 10 Jan. 1677; Nicholas, 7 Feb. 1680;
Experience, 25 May 1683 ; Judith, 25 Apr. 1687 ; and Samuel, 4 Feb.
1690. His gr. gr.s. Joseph, Br. Univ. 1773, d. 28 Jan. 1828, in 78th yr.
and gr. gr. gr.s. Paul, H. C. 1775, d. 5 Nov. 1827, in 76th yr. says
Farmer, and both were min. Lawrence, Barnstable 1640, thot. to be
progenit. of all of this name in N. E. rem. aft. 1643, and in 1646 is
found at Scituate, had d. Dependence, b. 15 Feb. that yr. ; and, perhaps,
Josiah, 1647 ; but at B. had d. Remember (wh. Deane says, m. a
Lewis of Barnstable, but I doubt his accuracy) ; and s. Experience, bef.

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ment. He d. 1650 at S. and his wid. Judith, perhaps d. of William
Dennis of Scituate, m. that yr. William Peaks.

LiTTBE, Ephkaim, Marshfield, s. of Thomas, m. 1672, Mary Sturde-
vant, of wh. we kn, not the f. had Ephraim, b. 1673, H. C. 1695, min. of
Plymouth; Ruth, 1675, d. soon; David, 1681; John, 1683; Ann; and
Mary ; and, perhaps, other ch. He d. 24 Nov. 1717, aged 68, and his
wid. d. 10 Feb. foil, aged 66. George, Newbury 1640, a tailor from
London, m. Alice Poor, had Sarah, b. 8 May 1652, d.'at 6 mos. ;
Joseph, 22 Sept. 1653; John, 28 July 1655, d. at 17 yrs. ; Moses, 11
Mar. 1657 ; Sarah, again, 24 Nov. 1661 ; his w. d. 1 Dec. 1680; and
he m. 19 July 1681, Elinor, wid. of Thomas Barnard of Amesbury (who
outliv. him a shprt time), and d. 27 Nov. 1694. Isaac, Marshfield, br. of
Ephraim, by w. Bethia, wh. d. 3 Sept. 1718, had Thomas, b. 15 Dec.
1674, H. C. 1695 ; Dorothy, 11 Aug. 1676, d. at 6 mos. ; Isaac, 21 Feb.
1678 ; Bethia, 9 Dec. 1681, d. young; ano. d. 27 Nov. 1683, prob. liv.
not many days; Charles, 15 Oct. 1685; Nathaniel, 12 Apr. 1690; and
WilUam, 27 Feb. 1692, H. C. 1710; and d. 29 Dec. 1699, by one acco.
but Miss Thomas says, 1712. George, an officer of distinct, in the
U. S. navy, was of this branch. Jonas, Scituate 1663, of wh. I kn. no
more. JosEPit, Newbury, s. of George of the same, m. 31 Oct. 1677,
Mary, d. of Tristram Coffin, had Judith, b. 19 July 1678; Joseph, 23
Feb. 1680, d. young; George, 12 Jan. 1682; Sarah, 23 Oct. 1684;
Enoch, 16 Dec. 1685; Tristram, 7 Apr. 1688; Moses, 5 May 1690;
Daniel, 13 Jan. 1692; and' Joseph, again, 27 Dec. 1693. Moses,
Newbury, br. of the preced. m. Lydia, d. of Tristram Coffin, had John, b.
Jan. 1680 ; Tristram, 9 Dec. 1681 ; Sarah, 28 Apr. 1684 ;' Mary, 13 Jan.
1687 ; Eliz. 25 May 1688 ; and Moses, 26 Feb. 1691 ; and d. 8 Mar. 1691.
His youngest ch. Moses, liv. to 19 Oct. 1780. Eichard, New Haven,
freem. 1670, a propr. 1685. Samuel, Marshfield, s. perhaps youngest
of Thomas, m. 18 May 1682, Sarah Gray, and for sec. w. 5 Dec. 1693,
Mary Mayhew. Thomas, Plymouth 1630, m. 19 Apr. 1633, Ann, d. of
Eichard Warren, rem. to Marshfield 1650, where his s. Ephraim was b.
17 May of that yr. Beside him and Isaac, both bef. ment. he had
Thomas, k. at Rehoboth fight 1676, and Samuel, and, perhaps, ds. cer-
tain. Hannah, m. 15 Jan. 1662, Stephen Tilden of M. ; Mercy, m. 1666,
John Sawyer ; Euth ; and Patience, as giv. by Miss Thomas ; and he d.
12 Mar. 1671. Thomas, Cambridge, had d. Patience, said on rec. at
Boston to have m. at Weymouth 11 Nov. 1657, Joseph Jones of Hing-
ham, and any thing else is not kn. Twelve of this name bad, in 1829,
been gr. at Harv. eight at Dart, and nine at other coll. of N. E.

LiTTLEFiELD, Anthont, Wells, s. of Edmund, tooK the o. of submiss.
to Mass. 1653. Daniel, Wells, m. Mary, d. of capt. Eoger Hill, and

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num. descend, prosper there. Ebenezek, Newton, s. of John, by w.
Lydia had Jemima, b. 19 Aug. 1697; Ezra, Mar. 1699, d. young;
Ebenezer, 2 May 1701, liv. very long; Pelatiah, 12 Oct. 170a; Lydia,
15 Feb. 1706 ; Jerusha, 15 Apr. 1708 ; Praisever, 5 Mar. 1710 ; Su-
sanna, and Ephraim, tw. 21 Nov. 1712 ; and Sybil, 1 Nov. 1714 ; his
w. d. 12 Oct. 1717, and he d. 9 Apr. or by ano. acco. Jan. 1728.
Edmund, Exeter 1639, rem. to "Wells in or bef. 1645, was there a
man of distinct, as commiss. with Ezekiel Knight and Thomas Wheel-
wright, is call, "old Edmund L." d. 11 Dec. 1661, by his will of
that date, gave good provis. to w. Ann, to eldest s. Francis, and
other s. Anthony, Thomas, John, and youngest Francis, to ds. Eliz.
Wakefield, Mary Barrett, and Hannah L. His inv. show. £588, 13, 4.
The h. of Eliz. was, I presume, John W. and of Mary was John B.
* Fkancis, Wells, eldest s. of the preced. had been of Dover 1648, a
leader in support of Mass. cause, rep. 1660, had tak. the o. 1653, with
Francis, jr. Anthony,iand Thomas, prob. his s. as may have been John.
His d. Sarah m. John Wells, wh. came from Ipswich. A very curious
story is told, that the parents of this man, in Eng. of wh. he was the
eldest s. suppos. him d. as they in many yrs. heard not of him, call. ano.
s. by the same name, wh. came over to Wells, in 'the time a little bef.
the Commissnrs. of Mass. 1668, reinstated affairs, and they made him
an officer. Of the value of the tradit. I judge not, but refer to Maine
Hist. Coll. L 262 ; Hubbard, 600; and Hutch. I. 266. Fkancis, Wo-
burn, had Mary, b. 14 Dec. 1646 ; and his w. Jane d. 6 days aft. John,
Dedham 1650, by w. Mary had Rebecca, b. 26 Mar. 1651 ; Experience,
7 or 17 Dec. 1659; John, 5 Oct. 1664; and Ebenezer, 13 Oct. 1669;
was freem. 1671, liv. in that part which was incorp. as Wrentham. His
w. d. 13 Jan. 1675, and he rem. James, Wells, k. by the Ind. May
1690. John, Wells 1656, constable 1661, made a lieut. in 1668 by the
Commissnrs. who created Francis, jr. ensign ; so that we may reckon
him older, if a br. or superior in influence, if not. His d. Mary m.
Matthew Austin. Thomas, Dover 1648, aft. at Wells, sw. to Mass.
in 1653, was there still in 1680, to sw. alleg. to the k. In the Bevis,
from Southampton 1638, came Annis L. with six ch. she 38 yrs. old.

Littlehale, Richakd, came in the Mary and John, 1 634, and prob.
was first sett, at Ipswich, thence at Newbury, m. 15 Nov. 1647, Mary
Lancton, had twelve ch. says Coffin, but he names only John, b. 27 Nov.
1650, wh. was a soldier in Lothrop's comp. " the flower of Essex," k. 18
Sept. 1675 ; and adds, that he d. at Haverhill, 18 Feb. 1664. Mirick
says he was elk. of the writs. His wid. m. 6 Apr. 1665, as his third w.
Edmund Bridges.* No doubt some of his ch. spread the name.

LiVEEN, John, New London, where it was common, writ. Living,
came from Barbados, 1677, with w. Alice, wh. had by former h. John,

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and Nicholas Hallam ; d. 19 Oct. 1689; in his will, made that day,
unhappi. gave large part of his prop, to the min. which cans, long con-
troversy in the law, and appeal to the k. in Council. His wid. wh. brot.
(the s. said), most of the est. d. 1698.

LivEKMOEE, John, "Watertown, was prob. s. of Peter of Little Thur-
low, in the W. of Co. Suff'k. came in the Francis from Ipswich 1634,
aged 28, but with no w. or ch. yet it is thot. that w. foil, from Eng. with
d. Hannah, b. 1633 ; went to Wethersfield, where he own. Ids. in 1640,
but was, in 1639, of New Haven, then sign, the coven, with fam. count,
four, there had bapt. Samuel, 15 Aug. 1641 ; Daniel, 8 Oct. 1643 ; a d.
1 June 1645; and Mary, 12 Sept. 1647; beside Eliz. and Sarah, but
sold, 7 May 1650, to Theophilus Higginson, his ho. and Id. and rem.
back to Watertown. By w. Grace at W. he had Edmund, wh. d. soon
aft. b. 24 May 1659. Hannah m. 14 May 1655, John Coolidge ; but ini
Bond may be seen other date, as 14 Nov. and also 14 Feb. foil, one
under Coolidge, the other under Livermore ; and wh. of the three dates
is correct may be matter of dispute ; Sarah m. James Townsend of
Charlestown ; and Martha m. 15 July 1682, Abraham Parker, jr. of
Chelmsford. His will, of 10 Jan. 1683, was pro. 16 June 1684; he had
d. 14 Apr. preced. aged 78 ; and the will of his wid. of 19 Dec. 1690,
was pro. 16 June foil. Both ment. ch. and gr.ch. John, Watertown,
eldest s. of the preced. by w. Hannah had John, b.^21 Mar. 1668, d. at
15 yrs.; Hannah, 27 Sept. 1670; Sarah, 18 Feb. 1672; Joseph, 27
Jan. 1675; Daniel, 8 June 16,77; James, 13 Feb. 1680; Mary, and
Martha, tw. 11 Apr. 1684; and John, 8 July 1690. He m.. sec. w.
Elizj wid. of Samuel Allen, d. of capt. John Grout, and his will, of 20
Oct. 1714, was pro. 25 Feb. 1719. Samuel, Watertown, s*. of John-
the first, freem. 1671, m. 4 June 1668, Ann, d. of Matthew Bridge, had
Ann, b. 29 Mar. 1669, d. young; Grace, 28 Sept. 1671 ; Samuel, 27
Apr. 1673; Daniel, 3 Feb. 1675 ; Thomas, 5 Jan. 1677; Jonathan, 19
Apr. 1678; Matthew, 12 Feb. 1680, d. young; John, 27 Feb. 1681;
Abigail, 9 Oct. 1683; Nathaniel, 29 Dec. 1685 ; Lydia, 26 July 1687;
and Ann, 1690. He d. Dec. of that yr. and his wid. m. Oliver Welling-
ton, and d. 28 Aug. 1727, aged 81. His will, of 5 Dec. 1690, pro. 16
June foil, made w. and s. Samuel excors. Thomas, Charlestown, by w.
Mary, had John, bapt. 21 Aug. 1687; and Thomas, 16 Dec. 1688.
Seven of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at Harv. and nine at other
N. E. and Princeton coll. of wh. three were mem. of the U. S. Congress.
In early rec. it may easi. be mistak. for Lethermore.

Livingston, John, Boston 1659, then adm. of the Scots' Charit. Soc.

LlotdTTSwaed, Charlestown, spell, sometimes with single I, by w.
Hannah had Hannah, bapt. 18 June 1682; Edward, b. 28 Dec. 1684,


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bapt. 4 Jan. foil. ; Eliz. bapt. 6 Jan. 1689 ; and Martha, 11 June 1693.
James, Boston, merch. prob. from Bristol, as fam. tradit. said, had come
a. 1670 to Newport, but 1673 was fix. at B. m. Griselda, d.of Nathaniel
Sylvester of Shelter Isl. and d. 1693. He m. for sec. w. 3 Nov. 1691,
Eebecca, d. of our Gov. John Leverett. His s. Henry, of Queen's Co.
L. I. was f. of James, a disting. physician of Boston, b. 1728, d. Mar.
1810, whose s. James, H. C. 1787, a U. S. senator, d. 1831, without
issue. Waltek, came in the Hopewell, capt. Babb, in the aut. of 1635,
aged 27 ; but where he sat down is unkn.

LOBDELL, or LoBDEN, IsAAC,"^Hull 1658, may have sev. yrs. bef.
been at Plymouth, freem. 1673. I have seen it stated that his w. was
Martha, d. of Samuel "Ward. John,'^Iu11, perhaps br. of the preced./
iii^^29 July 1659, Hannah, d. of John Leavitt, wh. d. 23 Apr. 1662, and<..
^e d. 1673, the same yr. in wb. he was freem. and NathanielTBoswortlA.^
call, his f.-in-law, had admin, of his est. wh. was good. Joshua, Mil-\\
ford. s. of Simon of the same, liv. there 1713, prob. had fam. Nicho- U
LAS, Hingham 1636, had that yr. gr. of Id.; but Lincoln, 44, spells \
the name Lobdin. Nicholas, Charlestown, by w. Eliz. had Nicholas,
bapt. 18 Nov. 1688; Eliz. 8 Sept. 1689. Simon, Milford, Hartford
1655, freem. 1657, rem. to Springfield, there from 1666 to 74, was pris.-
keep. and had Eliz. b. 1669 ; and Joshua 1671, rem. to M. and there
had Rebecca, bapt. 1;677, and, perhaps, other ch. Lambert is, perhaps,
vyrong by thirty yrs. in mark, him of Milford 1645. Eliz. possib. i^'
sis. m. at Boston 1651, Jonathan Burt of Springfield; and Ann, ano.' sis. '
perhaps m. 3 Jan. 1660, Samuel Terry of S.

Locke, Ebenezek, Woburn, s. of William, m. 18 Oct. 1697, .Su-
sanna, d. of Israel Walker, had Ebenezer, b. 28 Apr. 1699, and she d.
13 June foil. ; he m. again, 14 Oct. 1701, Hadnah, d. of David Mead,
had Samuel, 24 Aug. 1702 ; Josiah, 15 Mar. 1705 ; Joshua, 21 Aug.
1709 ; Nathan, 20 Mar. 1713; and Hannah, 11 Apr. 1716; and he d. '
24 Dec. 1723. His wid. d. 24 July 1739. Edwak^, Hampton, s. of
John of the same, m. Hannah, d. of Francis Jenness, had Francis, b. 18
July 1694; Samuel, 4 Sept. 1698 ; Edward, 28 May 1701 ; Prudence,
•30 May 1707; James, 4 Oct. 1709; and Thomas, 10 June 1713.
James, Woburn, br. of Ebenezer, m. 5 Dec. 1700, Sarah, d. of Richard
Cutter, had Hannah, b. 11 July 1701 ; James, 17 June 1703 ; RuhamaJb,
23 Apr. 1705 ; Sarah, 5 July 1707 ; Phebe, 15 Aug. 1709 ; Rebecca,
11 Nov. 1711 ; Mary, 12 Oct. 1713 ; and Jonathan, 17 Jan. 1717 ; and
d. 11 Deo. 1745. James, Happton, s. of John of the same, had, prob.
James. John, Dover 1645, rem. to Hampton, m. a. 1652, Eliz. d. of
William Berry, had John ; Eliz. ; Nathaniel, b. 1661 ; Alice ; Edward ;
Tryphena; Rebecca; Mary; William, 17 Apr. 1677; James; and

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Joseph; was k. by the Ind. 26 Aug. 1696. John, Woburn, br. of
Ebenezer, m. 29 or 31 May 1683, Eliz. Plimpton, d. of Thomas of Sud-

. bury, had Thomas, b. 20 Mar. 1684, d. in 3 days ; Mary, 1 Apr. 1685
John, 14: May 1686; Thomas, again, 5 Apr. 1688; ad. without name
n June 1693; Abigail, 2 Apr. 1694; and Peter, 10 Sept. 1698, wh
d. young. His w. d. 23 Feb. 1720, aged 61 ; and he m. SO Nov. foil,
Mary, wid. of Nathaniel Wyman, d. of Increase Winn, and he d. Apr.
1756, and his w. near the same time. John, Hampton, s. of John of the
same, had John, Richard, and Jethro. Joseph, Woburn, br. of Ebenezer,
had three ws. and by the first, Mary, wh. d. Apr. 1707, had, perhaps,
Mary; Abigail; Lydia ; Sarah, b. 14 July 1696; Joseph, 19 Mar.
1699 ; Eliz. 15 Mar. 1703; and Huldah, 28 June 1705. He m. Mar-
garet, d. of Israel Mead, and had Margaret, 6 May 1710; Joanna, 2
Feb. 1712 ; and all these were bapt. 26 Oct. 1712 at Lexington, near
the bounds of wh. was most of his est.; Ruth, 9 May 1714; and
Stephen, 26 Jan. 1718. His 3d w. Hannah Pierce, m. 5 Nov. 1743, d.
10 Apr. 1747 ; and he d. 1754. Joseph, Hampton, s. of John of the
same, by w. Salome, had Salome, b. 20 Oct. 1710 ; Joseph, 27 Apr.
1716; Eliz. 1 Dec. 1718; Mary, 1 May 1720; Ann, 25 Mar. 1723;
Abigail, 6 Nov. 1725; and Jeremiah, 4 Aug. 1728. Nathaniel,
Hampton, s. of John of the same, m. 22 Jan. 1689, Dorothy or Deborah,
d. of Jasper Blake, had, says tradit. nineteen ch. but the names of only
a dozen are ment. and some of them rather doubtful, viz. : John, b. 1689 ;
Dorothy, 1691; Tryphena ; Eliz. 1694; Rachel, 12 Dec. 1695; Na-
thaniel, 18 Oct. 1698; Samuel, 1702; Jonathan, 22 Dec. 1705; Deb-
orah ; Joseph ; Abijah ; the six last all bapt. at once, it is said ; and
Timothy ; and d. 12 Nov. 1734. Samuel, Lexington, s. of WilHan),
had w. Ruth, wh. d. 14 Dec. 1714, and 2d w. Mary Day of Ipswich, by
wh. was his only ch. Samuel, b. 5 July 1718, and no more is told, but
that this s. had good est. from his f. and spent it. William, Woburn,
is prob. that ch. of 6 yrs. brot. over by Nicholas Davis," in the Planter
1635, from London, where prob. he was b. 13 Dec. 1628, no doubt liv.
first at Charlestown, m. 27 Nov. 1655, Mary, d. of William Clark of
Watertown, wh. d. 18 July 1715, had William, b. 27 Dec. 1657, d. in 2
wks. ; William, again, 18 Jan. 1659 ; John, 1 Aug. 1661 ; Joseph, 8
Mar. 1664; Mary, 16 Oct. 1666; Samuel, 14 Oct. 1669 j Ebenezer, 8
Jan. 1674, bef. ment.; James, 14 Nov, 1677 ; and Eliz. 4 Jan. 1681 ;
was deac. and d. 16 June 1720. Mary m. 30 Mar. 1692, Samuel Ken-
daE ; and Eliz. m. 14 Oct. 1700, James Markham. William, Woburn,
s. of the preced. m. 29 May 1683, Sarah, d. of Francis Whitmore, had
William, b. 28 June 1684; Francis, 25 July 1690; Daniel, 9 July
1693 ; by 2d w. Abigail Hay ward, m. 8 June 1698, wh. outliv. him, he

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had Ebenezer; and Abigail, 22 June 1710, was deac. and d. 8 July
1738. William, Portsmouth, s. of John of Hampton, m. 23 Nov. 1699,
Hannah Knowles, had Jonathan, b. 15 Mar. 1702 ; William ; Abigail;
Hannah, d. young; Patience, 1710 ; Sarah; Elijah; Elisha; Eliphalet,
d. young; Jemima, 20 Jan. 1721 ; and Hannah, again, 1724; prob. was
of Portsmouth some yrs. but deac. at Rye, there d. 22 Jan. 1768. Rev.
Samuel, H. C. 1755, s. of Samuel, wh. was s. of Ebenezer, bef. ment. b,
23 Nov. 1731, early call, to be Presid. from 1770 to 1773, was a fine
scholar, but by untoward circumstances requir. to resign his office, d. 15
Jan. 1778, of apoplexy.

LoCKiiART, George, Falmouth 1688, by Sir Edmund Andros made
comm. of the fort, seiz. by the patriots on the Revo, as partaker of bia
tyranny. Willis, I. 196.

Lock-wood, Daniel, Fairfield 1667, third s. of Uobert of the same,
freem. 1669, d. early in 1691, leav. wid. and three ch. Daniel, aged 22 ;
Abigail, 17 ; and Mary, 10. His s. Daniel d. 1698, leav. large est. for
so young a man. Edmund, Cambridge, came, prob. in the fleet with
Winth. as he req. 19 Oct. 1630, to be made free, when he bears the
prefix of respect, and was adm. 18 May foil, when the prefix is omit.;
was a man of good repute, constable, and on the finance Comtee. 1632
for the Col. d. 1635, leav. wid. Ruth, as strange, reads Mass. Rec. I.
134, when her name was Eliz. and ch. (perhaps more than one) John,
b. Nov. 1632, tho. the rec. calls the parents, Edward and Eliz. "Elder
childr." by order of Ct. 2 June 1635, to be dispos. of, leaves no doubt
of a former w. Perhaps the wid. was d. of John Masters, wh. in
his will, 19 Dec. 1639, leaves handsome sum to his gr.ch. John L. She
m. Cary Latham. Edmund, Stamford 1651, perhaps s. of the preced.
on d. of his br. John without issue in 1683, had his est. and d. 31 Jan.
1693, leav. ch. John, Daniel, Edmund, Mary, and Abigail, of wh. John
was old eno. to be tax. in 1687. Ephraim, Norwalk, br. of Daniel, m.
8 June 1665, Mercy, d. of Matthias Sension, had John, b. 19 Mar.
1666; Daniel, 13 Aug. 1668; Sarah, 3 Nov. 1670; Ephraim, 1 May
1673; Eliphalet, 27 Feb. 1676, Joseph, 1 Apr. 1680; and James, 21
Apr. 1683 ; all nam. in his will of 13 Jan. 1685, pro. same yr. Sarah
m. May 1695, John Piatt. Gershom, Greenwich 1672, fifth s. of Rob-
ert, was liv. there 20 yrs. later, and had been there 3 yrs. bef. but we
kn. of him only, that he had Gershom. John, New London, prob. s. of
the first Edmund, m. (said a wild tradit.) a d. of Cary Latham, wh.
might have been his uterine sis. d. 1683, without issue, and his prop, fell
to br. Edmund. * Jonathan, Stamford, eldest s. of Robert, by w.
Mary had Jonathan, Robert, Gershom, Joseph, John, and, perhaps,
some ds. but he was not long at S. hav. sold his est. there 1665, and in

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five yrs. aft. is call, of Greenwich, was rep. 1671, 3, 4, and 6, and a lieut.
Joseph, Fairfield, sec. s. of Robert, m. the only ch. of Robert Beacham,
had Robert, Susanna, John, and Sarah, all nam. in will of gr.f. Rich-
ard, Maine, was 40 yrs. old when he gave evid. in 1672. Robert,
Watertown, perhaps br. of Edmund, of whom, in 1635, he was excor.
freem. 9 Mar. 1637, by w. Susanna had Jonathan, b. 10 Sept. 1634;
Deborah, 12 Oct. 1636; Joseph, 6 Aug. 1638 ; Daniel, 25 Mar. 1640 ;
Ephraim, 1 Dec. 1641 ; Gershom, 6 Sept. 1643; rem. to Fairfield aft.
1645, but bef. 1652 ; d. 1658. His wid. Susanna m. Jeffry Ferris, and
was d. May 1661. All the ch. bef. nam. exc. Deborah, partook of his
est. and four others, John, Abigail, Sarah, and Mary, perhaps all b. at
Fairfield. Abigail m. John Barlow of Fairfield ; and Mary m. Jona-
than Huested of Greenwich. Eleven of this name had been gr. at

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