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Abraham, 19 Jan. 1662; Abigail, Feb. 1664; Hannah, Aug. 1667;
Caleb, Feb. 1669 ; Phebe, 12 Nov. 1671 ; and John, Nov. 1676; rem.
to Woodbury, and d. 1690. In his will of 6 Aug. in that yr. he names
Samuel, John, Caleb, and Abraham, of his six s. and three ds. Mary,
Ann, and Phebe, beside Moses Wheeler, John Prentiss, and William
Martin, call, by him s.-in-law. Wheeler had m. 20 Oct. 1674, the d.
Sarah, but this Sarah was long and erron. call. w. of Daniel Brimsmead^
to wh. in better acco. is giv. for w. Sarah, d. of Daniel Kellogg the first.
Caleb, Woodbury, s. of the preced. prob. d. unm. for his will, of 6
Mar. 1706, pro. 1 Jan. foil, makes br. Abraham excor. and gives prop,
to him and br. John, and sis. Abigail Martin, w. of William, Mary Hiill,
Phebe Knell, and Hannah N. He d. 14 Apr. Cyprian, call. Siborn
in the rec. of Hartford 1668, made freem. next yr. ; was from Witham,
Co. Essex, and had hot. bef. com. est. of William Whiting, merch. of
London, 6 Apr. 1664, gent, that was prop, of the f. of W. in our country,
perhaps came with s. Cyprian in 1667, was nomin. 1668 for freem. with
prefix of respect, was selectman 1670, 5, and 6, and in other town oflices,
yet the date of his d. is unkn. £iiss.iAN, Hartford, s. of the preced. b.
in Eng. was a capt. had Cyprian, b. 1672 ; James; William ; and, per-
haps, Sarah, wh. m. 1700, William Webster ; and Mary, wh. m. 1700,
Ephraim Turner. His w. Helen d. 12 May 1702. ^JgyPKiAN, Hartford,
s. of the preced. by w. Helen, d. of John Taleott, had only ch. Eliz.
bapt. 14 Jan. 1700 ; and his w. d. a. 1703. He m. 24 May 1705, as
sec. w. Mary, d. of Samuel Spencer, had Cyprian, bapt. Feb. 1706;
James, Feb. 1708 ; William, Jan. 1710 ; Mary, 1713 ; and prob. others,
and d. 2 Jan. 1756, aged 84 ; and his wid. d. 15 Feb. foil. Daniel,
Charlestown, d. there 2 July 1659, but was prob. only a trans, visitor,
David, d. at Boston, 13 Mar. 1653, but whether an inhab. or not is
unkn. Ephbajm, Hingham, freem. 1684, was s. of Thomas. Ephbaim,
Stratford, s. of Isaac of the same, m. Sept. 1682, Esther, wid. of Eben-
ezer Hawley, was ens. and d. a. 1690, leav. ch. not kn. to us, and his
wid. m. Eliphalet Hill. Fkancis, Stratford, d. 1650, was f. of Isaac


Caleb, and John, who were all lb. in Eng. His est. was small; and
neither will nor inv. is of rec. in Pro. Fkancis, Falmouth 1680, per-
haps s. of Eobert... Willis, I. 160. Hugh, Salem, m. 26 Apr. 1694,
Priscilla Shattuck, d. of Samuel of the same, and d. bef. Nov. 1701.
* Isaac, Stratford 1639, s. of Francis, b. in Eng. one of the first sett.
I think was that serj. appoint, to train the men in milit. discip. this yj.
as in Trumbull, Col. Kec. of Conn. I. 36 is told ; was rep. 1664 at the
Oct. sess.; had Mary, b. 2 Feb. 1648, wh. m. 8 Jan.- 1667, Israel
Chauncy,' the min. of the town ; Sarah, 1 Nov. 1649 ; Josiah, 29 Jan.
1652; Isaac, 12 Mar. 1654; Jonathan, 20 r)e(?1655; Ephraira, 16
Dec. 1657; Patience, 2 Feb. 1660; Temperance, 17 May 1662;
Margery, 30 Nov. 1663; Benjamin, 2 Feb. 1666; and Eliz. 2 Apr.
1668. He was a soapboiler, had good est. made his will 28 Sept. 1694,
and his inv. was brot. in Sept. of next yr. He names w. Margaret, and
all the eh. but Josiah, who had d. 1691, leav. wid. but no eh. Yet three
other s. Isaac, Jonathan, and Ephraim were also d. but to the childr. of
ea. was small legacy direct, by that instrum. bee. ea. f. had been portion.
Sarah m. 8 Jan. 1674, Stephen Burritt ; and Eliz. m. 1691, Rev. Joseph
Webb. Isaac, Stratford, s. of John of Fairfield, being by his uncle
Isaac brot. up, is usual, call, on the rec. cous. ; m. 15 Aug. 1672, Esther
Clark, had Grace, b. 6 June 1673 ; Alice, 25 Oct. 1674; John, 10 Oct,
1676; Samuel, 6 Dec. 1678 ; and he perhaps rem. to Derby. Isaac,
Stratford, s. of Isaac of the same, d. 1690, leav. wid. Mary, and eh.
Francis, b. June 1676; Eichard, Nov. 1678; and Joseph, Nov. 1680.
Israel, Hingham, s. of Thomas, it is said m. 10 June 1688, Mary,
third d. of Roger Sumner of Dorchester. James, Maiden, m. Apr.
1660, Mary, d. of George Felt, had Mary, b. 1 Mar. foil.; James, Dec.
1662; Eliz.; Nathaniel, 1666; Ann; Samuel; and Caleb; was freem.
1668 ; and d. 1694, prob. in Apr. certain, bef. 5 Nov. James, Maiden,
s. of the preced. perhaps was one of sev. grantees in 1 685, for services
in the late Ind. waa, of tract of 8 miles sq. in the Nipmug country ; by
w. Hannah Whittemore, m. 15 Nov. 1686, had Hannah, b. 22 Nov.
1687 ; James, 28 Jan. 1689 ; by sec. w. Abigail had Esther, b. 5 Jan.
1691, misprint. 1692, in Geneal. Reg. X. 163 ; Abigail, Aug. perhaps
25, 1692; James, again, 22 Oct. 1694 ; Joshua, 5 Jan. 1697 ; Caleb, 27
Apr. 1699; and Jemima, 4 Nov. 1702. One of these Jameses d.
Farmer says, 30 May 1695, and prob. it was the eldest, with error of a
yr. for the sec. James d. 22 Mar. 1726. . James , Reading, s. of Riehard,
freem. 1691. John, Watertown, a propr. 1636 or 7, says Bond. He
may well seem to be the man of Fairfield, buying Id. bef. 1653, perhaps
reaching that final resid. aft. a tempora. one at Wethersfield, and the
br. of Isaac and Caleb. By w. Grace he had Isaac, Sarah, and John,


nam. on ret. of his inv. 19 June 1655, with hope of ano. wh. was the
Samuel, prob. nam. by the wid. 4 June 1659, when, giv. deed to her s.
Isaac, she requires him to pay her childr. Sarah, John, and Samuel cer-
tain sums. This seems to compel us to think, Esther, Eliz. Hannah,
* the three elder ch. nam. on giv. the inv. of f. were by a former w. The
wid. m. Richard Perry of the same, who was d. in 1658. His s. John
serv. in Philip's war, and d. in the first yr. of it unm. John, Topsfleld,
s. of William of the same, by w. Lydia had William, bT 2o Aug. 1663 ;
Ann, 24 Aug. 1665; John, 14 Jan. 1668; Thomas, 20 Jan. 1670;
Isaac, 6 Feb. 1673; Lydia, 16 Apr. 1675; Rachel, 3 Nov. 1677;
EUz. 16 Mar. 1680; Ebenezer, 9 Nov. 1685; beside Margaret, ment. in
his will of 12 Oct. 1700, pro. 11 Nov. foil, in wh. all the ch. are nam.
exc. Isaac, wh. perhaps, was d. JqhNj Reading, s. of Richard, freem.
1691, by w. Abigail, had John, b. 1677 ; Richard, 1679, d. soon ; Rich-
ard, again, 1682; Thomas; Kendall, 1686; James, 16^; Nathaniel,
1691; Abigail, 1694; Samuel, 1696; Benjamin, 1699; and Joseph,
1702. John, Boston, a joiner, perhaps s. of Mordecai, freem. 1690,
had w. Sarah, wh. d. at Charlestown, 13 Sept. 1678, in her 21st yr.
John, Greenwich, R. I. 1687. J^athan, a soldier of Moseley's comp.
Dec. 1675, and next yr. under capt. Turner on Conn.riv. in Philip's war,
was, of course, from the E. Jonathan, Stratford, s. of the first Isaac,
d. 1689, leav. wid. who is not nam. and eh. Josiah, aged 7; Mary, 4; '
and Jonathan, 2, on ret. of the inv. 28 Oct. of that yr. His est. was
good. Josiah, Stratford, br. of the preced. m. 13 Dec. 1678, Hannah,
d. of Joseph Hawley, prob. had no ch. d. 1691. M^qjsdecai, Boston,
mariner, m. 1652, Alice, d. of Richard Hallet, had John, b. 18 Aug.
1653 ; and Samuel, 9 Dec. 1658, wh. d. young. He d. not long aft. for

29 Apr. 1664, his wid. gave inv. and 3 Feb. foil, provision for the only
ch. John was made in Court, for the reason, says the rec. of the wid.
" being ready to dispose of herself." She soon m. Thomas Clark of
Plymouth. Nathaniel^ Charlestown, d. bef. 21 Aug. 1687, when his
wid. Joanna brot. says the ch. rec. to bapt. her eh. Eliz. and Hannah.
But perhaps he had liv. in ano. town. One of the name from Hingham
was in Johnson's comp. Dec. 1675, may have outliv. the hard serv. His
wid. who was, I infer, d. of Richard Shute, m. Joseph Buckley of Bos-
ton. Hannah m. 7 Jan. 1702, Jonathan Mountford. JNjlIhaniel, Mai-
den, s. of the first James of the same, by w. Sarah had Nathaniel, b.

30 July 1692; Samuel, 12 Oct. 1696; Sarah, 24 Apr. 1699; Josiah,
18 Feb. 1704 ; Eliz. 27 Oct. 1706 ; John, 21 June 1709 ; Mary, 23
Sept. 1712; and Ann, 12 Sept. 1715 ; and he d. 10 May 1725. Ran-
doleh,. or Randal, Charlestown, had w. EUz. d. I think, of Thomas
Pierce, senr. and ch. Sarah, b. 27 Jan. 1643; Eliz.; Hannah, 4 Apr.



1647; John, 16 Jan. 1654; Nathaniel, 10 Nov. 1655 ; "William, 2 Aug,
1657; and Daniel, 21 Nov. 1658; perhaps others; was liv. 1678j a
householder at C. His d. Sarah, in the will of Nicholas Shapleigh of
C. 21 Jan. 1662, his s. Joseph was advised to m. or at least a beq. was
made to him on condit. that he should do so. Eliz. m. Thomas Tuck.'
EiCHARD, Ipswich 1648, may be the man who liv. long at Reading, there
d. 22 Nov. 1674, in his will, three days bef. of wh. s. John was excor.
names w. Ann, other s. Thomas, and James, and ds. Mary and Hannah.
Robert, Watertown, m. 1644 or 5, Sarah, wid. of John Goss, may be
the man, to wh. with many others, our CoL governm. in 1680, made gr.
of Id. at the hot. of Casco Bay five miles sq. and two of the islds. adj.
Robert, Saybrook 1664-73. Robert, Falmouth 1670, perhaps s. of
the first Robert, was k. by the Ind. Sept. 1675, at Scarborough. Sam-
uel, Reading, nam. an early sett, by Eaton, but I find no other ment. of
him ; unless he were that s. of the first James of Maiden, wh. had d.
Eliz. to rec. in right of her f. dec. on settlem. of her gr.f.'s est. in 1706.
Samuel, Stratford, s. of Caleb of the same, rem. early to Derby, thence,
perhaps, to Woodbury, there d. 1691, leav. wid. Susanna, and only ch.
Josiah, aged 4. Thomas, Hingham 1637, rem. prob. to Scituate, aft. m.
with Rebecca, d. of Thomas Josselyn or Jostlin, but in few yrs. back to
H. had Rebecca, Ephraim, Israel, and Thomas, beside Martha and Mary,
tw. b. 3 July 1653; and Sarah, 20 July 1655. Rebecca m. 1664,
Samuel House, the sec. Thomas, Sandwich 1643. Thomas, Maiden,
m. Sept. 1655, Mary Moulton, may be he who at Salisbury, by w. Mary
had Ebenezer, b. 3 Aug. 1664; and, perhaps, of Amesbury in' 1677.
That ch. Ebenezer was, perhaps, fern, for the same rec. makes Benoni
Tucker m. June 1686, Ebenezer N. JThomas, Reading, s. of Richard,
freem. 1684, was deac. Thomas, ScituateT^of the first Thomas, m.
1663, Sarah, d. ot John Whiston, had Sarah, b. 1668 ; Rebecca, 1670;
Joseph, 1673; Susanna, 1676; Mary, 1679; Bathsheba, 1681; Israel,
1683; Patience, 1685 ; and Eliz. 1690. Deane. .Jhomas, Reading,
freem. 1691, was prob. s. of deac. Thomas. Walter, Charlestown
1638, had been of some other ch. if he be as I tBiik prob. that freem.
of 7 Dec. 1636, whose name in the appendix to Winth. is print. Nicholas,
and by Paige's list, Nicoles, wh. was very freq. spell, of this sur-
name in old rec. An Eliz. N. emb. at London 1635, aged 25, in the
Susan and Ellen, at the same time with Richard Saltonstall, and that
Penelope Pelham, who some yrs. aft. m. Gov. Bellingham ; but whether
she was w. of any of the preced. is unkn. William, Salem 1638, had
then gr. of Id. rem. to New London, perhaps in co. with Robert
Isbell, wh. d. a. 1655, and N. m. his wid. Ann. He was a substantial
man in business of the town, had no ch. and d. 4 Sept. 1673. His wid.

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a. 15 Sept. 1689. 'Vgii.tiAMjjropsfield, in his will of 26 Apr. 1693,
pro. 17 Feb. 1696, ment. w. Mary, ch. John, Mary, w. of Thomas Cove,
and Hannah, w. of Thomas Wilkins, and from this docum. is our best
informat. He gave a depon. 14 May 1694, "aged upwards of 100
yrs." bef. Judge Curwin, that he had liv. upwards of 42 yrs. on a farm
he hot. of Henry Bartholomew, lying betw. the bounds of' Salem and
Ipswich riv. paid rates to S. sev. yrs. and Topsfield, aft. the run. of the
line betw. the towns, claim, and enforc. paym. See Geneal. Reg. IX.
377. How many yrs. should be subtract, from the date fix. by this cen-
tenary, can easi.*be ascertain, at Salem, to a high probabil. or perhaps
certain, as his descend, have confid. that he was b.-1599 ; for he sw. 24
June 1662, that he was 63 yrs. old. Six of this name had, in 1834,
been gr. at Harv. and seventeen at other N. E. coll.

Nicholson, Christopher, Lynn, s. of Edmund, m. 22 Oct. 1662,
Hannah Eedknap, prob. d. of Joseph. Edmund, Marblehead 1648, d.
1660, it is presum. for his inv. tak. 22 Nov. of that yr. was brot. in six
days aft. by Eliz. his wid. wh. was prosecut. as a Quaker the same yr.
His ch. then were aged, as the rec. shows, respectiv. Christopher, 22 ;
Joseph, 20; Samuel, 16; John, 14; Eliz. 11 ; and Thomas, 7; Joseph,
Thomas, and Eliz. then w. of Nicholas Andrews, all unit, in a deed,
1672, to their Jbr. Samuel. James, Charlestown, d. Jan. 1668. John,
and Robert, are count. 1675, at Falmouth; Joseph, and Samuel, at
Marblehead 1668, s. of Edmund ;' and a John in Conn, had desert, his
w. Mercy more than 5 yrs. for wh. she obt. divorce. But one Joseph,
Portsmouth, R. I. seems happier, if we can judge by his will 1693,
describ. his ch. as Joseph, wh. was b. 2 Nov. 1650 ; Sarah, b. 1 Feb.
1653, w. of John Ward; Rebecca, 1 Feb. 1656, w. of Nicholas Carr ;
Rachel, b. at Bootle, 22 Apr. 1 658, w. of John Peabody ; Dinah, w. of
James Burrill, b. at Salem, 21 Mar. 1660 ; Benjamin, in Barbados, 6
July 1665; Eliz. at Martinico, 8 June 1667 ; and Jane, in R. I. 29 Sept.
1669. He was, we may believe, s. of Edmund of Marblehead, and his
w. was Jane. William, Yarmouth 1641, fin. for disrespect to relig.
next yr. had William, bapt. at Barnstable, 1 June 1646.

Nick, or Neck, Christopher, Marblehead 1668. John, Lynn, m.
22 Mar. 1676, Mary Richards, had William, b. 21 Dec. 1676, d. next
yr. ; Bathsheba, 24 Dec. 1678, d. soon; and Bathsheba, again, 11 May
1682. If this be the same name with Nicks, he may have been s. of
that Matthew Nicks, wh. had, Felt says, gr. of Id. at Salem 1639 ; but
the same yr. he ment. Matthew Nixon, as grantee of Id. from the town,
and prob. he was the same. William, Marblehead 1674, may have
been br. of John ; but possib. the. not prob. it is only abbrev. for

284 NIC — NIL

NiCKEESON, William, Boston, weaver, from Norwich, Eng. aged 33,
with w. Ann, eldest d. of Nicholas Busby (who came in the same ship),
aged 28, and four ch. Nicholas, Robert, Eliz. and Ann, emb. at Ipswich,
or Yarmouth, 8 Apr. 1637, arr. 20 June at Boston, proceed, with
f.-in-law, I presume, first to Watertown, where he might be allow, to
join the ch. for in Boston there exist, nothing but contention among the
memb. to drive out, and nobody was rec. until long aft. N. had been
adm. freem. 2 May 1638. But he' is aft. found at Yarmouth, where he
had Joseph, b. Dec. 1647 ; and Eliz. m. Oct. 1649, Robert Eldred.
"William, Eastham, m. 22 Jan. 1691, Mary Snow, hid Mercy, b. 17
Mar. 1692 ; and Nicholas, 19 Mar. 1694. Perhaps the spell, was Neck.

NiCKisON, John, Salisbury 1650, prob. only a misprint for Dickinson.

Nicholson, Robert, Scarborough, had Robert, and John. His inr.
is of 1 July 1676.

Nightingale, Benjamin, Braintree 1689. Joseph, Braintree, per-
haps s. of William, by w. Hannah had Joseph, wh. d. young ; and the
mo. d. 11 Oct. 1718, aged 26 ; and the f. d. 1726, aged 48. William,
Braintree 1689, or earlier, d. 10 May 1714, aged a. 77. WiLLiAM,jun.
Braintree, s. perhaps of the preced. was freem. 1690.

NiLEs, Benjamin, Block Isl. 1684, was s. of John, and I kn.no more.
Increase, Braintree, s. of John, was a soldier of Johnson's comp.
Dec. 1675, m. 4 Dec. 1677, Mary Parchas, had John, b. lo'Oct. 1678;
Increase, 9 Mar. 1680; Ebenezer ; and Mary; and d. 1 Sept. 1693.
John, Dorchester 1634, Braintree 1636, freem. 1647, had w. Jane, and
ch. Hannah, b. 16 Feb. 1637; John,' 4 Mar. 1639; Joseph, 15 Aug.
1640; Nathaniel, 16 Aug. 1642; Samuel, 12 May 1644; Increase, 16
Dec. 1646; Benjamin, 11 Mar. 1651 ; and his w. d. 15 May 1654.
He went to Block isl. perhaps, but bef. rem. by w. Hannah had, prob.
Isaac, b. 2 Apr. 1658. It is not cert, that he went to Block isl. as that
John wh. liv. there may have been the s. of this, wh. d. at Braintree, 8
Feb. 1694, aged a. 91 yrs. and his wid. d. 31 Jan. 1703. Jonathan,
Hull, freem. 1680. Joseph, Braintree, sec. s. of John, m. 2 Nov. 1662,
MaryMycall, had Hannah, b. 15 Feb. 1664; Joseph, 21 Sept. 1666;
Mary, 8 Jan. 1669 ; John ; and Benjamin, 2 Jan. 1675. Nathaniel,
Block isl. 1670, s. of John, had m. Sarah, d.of James Sands, perhaps in
1671, and beside Jeremiah, and Nathaniel, one older, one younger, as
Vinton suppos. had .Samuel, min. of Braintree, a disting. controversial
writer, b. 1 May 1674, H. C. 1699, wh. compil. the Narrative of wars in
N. E. with Fr. and Ind. partly print, in 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. VI. 154, et seq.
and d. 1 May 1762 ; was f. of Samuel, H. C. 1731, and gr.f. of Rev.
Samuel of Abington, who d. 16 June 1814. Samuel, Braintree, third
s. of John, m. 20 Apr. 1680, Vinton says, wid. Mary Belcher, and I

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wish his industr. research had ascertain, of wh. she was wid. so that we
might not be left to conject. that she was d. of Roger Billings, wh. m.
Samuel Belcher. By her he had Sarah, b. Jan. 1681 ; Hannah, 1682;
and Samuel, 15 June 1686; was a Heut. 1697. Eleven of this name
had, in 1834, been gr. at N. E. coll. of wh^four were of Dart, three of
Harv. and two of Yale.

NiMS, Ebbnezer, Deerfield, s. of Godfrey, in the assault, 29 Feb.
1704, by the Fr. and Ind. when most of the fam. were destroy, was tak.
carr. to Canada, adopt, by an Ind. squaw, had there a w. and one ch.
but was liberat. 1714, and came home. I hear nothing of the w. and ch.
Godfrey, Northampton 1668, was a soldier in Philip's war, m. Mar-
garet, wid. of Zebediah "Williams, had Rebecca, b. 1678, d. soon ; John
and Rebecca, tw. 1679; Henry, 1682; rem. to Deerfield, there had
Thankful, 1684; and Ehenezer, 1687; his w. d. next yr. and he m.
1692, Mehitable, wid. of Jeremiah Hull, d. of William Smead, had
Thomas, 1693, wh. d. at 4 yrs. ; Mehitable, 1696 ; Mary and Mercy, tw.
1699 ; and Abigail, 1701. Henry was k. 29 Feb. 1704, at the surprise
of the town by Fr. and Ind. Mehitable, Mary, and Mercy were at the
same time burn, to d. in the cellar of his ho. and his w. carr. off, but k.
on the road to Canada, whither John, Ebenezer, and Abigail were carr.
John fail, to escape in his first attempt, but got free in the sec. from
Montreal, 1705 ; and Abigail was prob. never heard of aft. His d. Re-
becca had m. Philip Mattoouj and was k. with him, and their ouiy ch. at
the same time, so that of all his fam. only John, Thankful, and Ebenezer
were liv. and the youngest a captive for nine yrs. aft. the f. d. 1705. But
the name is well perpet.

Nixon, or Nickson, John, R. L 1663. Knowles, 421. Matthew,
Salfem 1639, was petitnr. 1668, against imposts, sign, for self and comp.
See Nick.

NoAKES, \)r NoAKE, Robert, Boston, by w. Mary, perhaps d. of
Robert Wright, wh. in his will calls Noakes his s. had Arthur, b. 17 Mar.
1665; Mary, 5 Dec. 1667; Robert, 10 July 1670; Joseph, 16 Oct.
1671 ; and Robert, again, 13 Oct. 1676. I suppose he was Ifv. 1701.

Noble, John, Westfield, prob. s. of the first Thomas, m. 13 Sept.
1682, Abigail, d. of John Sacket, had Abigail, b. 30 June 1683, and his
w. d. in 3 days; by sec. w. had John, 15 Feb. 1685 ; Stephen, 15 Aug.
1688 ; William, d. young ; David, 25 Jan. 1695 ; Hannah, 2 Nov. 1697 ;
Sarah, 22 Mar. 1699; and Mabel, 28 Feb, 1705. ^He d. at New Mil-
ford, 17 Aug. 1714. Mark, Westfleld, prob. br. of the preced. m. 10
Dec. 1690, Hannah, d. of the sec. Thomas Dewey, had Joseph, b. 8 Oct.
1691 ; Hezekiah, 14 May 1694 ; Matthew, 19 Sept. 1698 ; Solomon, 23
Dec, 1700; EUsha, 9 Feb. .1703; Obadiah, 19 Oct. 1705 ; Hannah, 11

286 NOC — NOR

Oct. 1707 ; Esther, 6 June 1710 ; and Ehoda, 17 Apr. 1717. * Thom-
as, Boston 1652, rem. to Springfield, m. 1 Nov. 1660, Hannah, only d. of
William Warriner, rem. to Westfleld 1669, freem. 1681, rep. 1692, bef.
going thither had John, b. 1662, bef. ment. ; Hannah, 24 Feb: 1664, wh.
m. John Goodman of Hadlpy, and next, 12 Oct. 1728, Nathaniel Ed-
wards of Northampton; and Thomas, 14 Jan. 1667. He had at W,
Eliz. b. 9 Feb. 1673 ; Luke, 15 July 1675 ; James, 1 Oct. 1677 ; Mary,
29 June 1680; and Eebecca, 4 Jan. 1683; but when or whence he
came is unkn. His d. was 20 Jan. 1704, and the wid. Hannah m. deac.
Medad Pomeroy. Thomas, Westfleld, prob. s. of the preced. m. 19
Dec. 1695, Eliz. d. of the sec. Thomas Dewey, had Thomas, b.;|lO
Sept. 1696; Job, 28 Jan. 1699, d. at 5 mos. ; Jonathan, 1 May 1700,
d. at 19 yrs. ; Seth, 30 Oct. 1702, d. in few wks. ; Israel, 20 Sept. 1703 ;
Ehz. 3 Sept. 1705; Lois, 4 July 1708; Ebenezer, 11 Oct. 1711;
Thankful, 31 May 1714; Ann, 30 Oct. 1716; and Jonathan, 23 May
1721 ; was deac. and d. 29 July 1750 ; and his wid. d. 2 Oct. 1757.
William, Flushing, L. L was, in 1664, employ, by the Conn. Col.
Six of this name had been gr. at Yale, and nine at the other N.. E. coll;
in 1834, says Farmer's MS. wh. is the more observ. bee. none was of
Harv. or Dart.

Nock, Henry, Dover, youngest s. of Thomas of the same, m. 10
Jan. 1692, Sarah, d. of Charles Adams. Sylvanus, br. of the preced.
m. 20 Apr. 1677, Eliz. Emery, had Eliz. b. 12 Feb. 1678; Sarah, 4
May 1680; and others. Thomas, Dover 1655, by w. Rebecca, prob.-
d. of Henry Tibbets, had Eliz. b. 21 Nov. 1663, d. at 5 yrs. ; Henry,
posthum. 8 Feb. 1667 ; beside others earlier, as Sylvanus, and Eebecca,
and d. 29 Oct. 1666. His wid. m. 28 Sept. 1669, Philip Benmore,
outliv. him, and d. 30 Mar. 1680. It is said, this name has bee. Kfiox
in some branches.

Noddle, William, Salem, came prob. in the fleet with Winth. freem.
18 May 1631, was drown, in June 1632. Winth. L 80. Prince, IL 29,
thinks Noddle's isl. was nam. for him.

NoRCROSS, Jeremiah, Watertown 1642, perhaps the freem. 1653,
whose bapt. name is not giv. on the rec. d. in Eng. 1657 ; in his will,
made 15 Sept. 1654, pro. 6 Oct. 1657, beside s. Nathaniel, and Eichard,
he names d. Sarah, w. of Francis Macy, tho. Bond, 376, reads the name
Merry or Massey, s. Eichard, d. Mary, and John Smith, s. of his w.
Adrean, and speaks of gr.childr. in Eng, Jeremiah, a soldier in
Philip's war, under capt. Turner, 1676, was s. of Eichard, and gr.s. of
the preced. ; d. says Bond, 30 Nov. 1717. John, Cambridge 1642,
Bond thinks, was br. of the' preced. and refer, to in his will ; but no
more is heard of Jjim. Nathaniml, Salem 1639, join, the ch. there

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1641, freem. 10 May 1643, was. Bond says, that s. of the first Jeremiah,
b. in Eng. bred at ■Catharine Hall in the Univ. of Cambridge, where he
had his A. B. 1636-7, liv. 1647 at "Watertown, and prob. preach, a
little, hav. declin. the request of the first sett, of Lancaster, two or three
yrs. bef. and prob. went back to Eng. to exercise his faculties, may have
had a ch. at Walsingham, in Norf 'k whence, Calamy says, he was eject,
at the great day of triumph aft. the restorat. Winth. II. 161. Na-
thaniel, "Watertown, s. of Richard the first, m. 20 June 1 687, Mfehitable,
d. of William Hagar, had Mehitable, b. 4 Feb. 1691. His w. d. 5 Apr.
foil, and by sec. w. Susanna, d. of Philip Shattuck, of course gr.d. of
his mo.-in-law, he had Nathaniel, 20 Dec. 1695; Philip, 5 Mar. 1698 ;
and Susanna, 26 Feb. 1701. He d. perhaps, bef. his f. Richard,
Watertown, s. of Jeremiah, b. in Eng. a. 1621, m. 24 June 1650, Mary
Brooks, had Mary, b. 27 Aug. 1652, who d. 19 Oct. 1661 ; Jeremiah, 3
Mar. 1655 ; Sarah, 28 Dec. 1657 ; Richard, 4 Aug. 1660; Mary, again,
10 July 1663 : Nathaniel, 18 Dec. 1665; and Samuel, 4 May 1671 ;
was freem. Im2, but Bond calls the "yr. 1653, taught a town sch. says
Bond, 49 yrs. at least. His w. d. 24 Feb. 1672; and he m. 18 Nov.
1673, Susanna, wid. of William Shattuck, who d. 11 Dec. 1686, and he
had 3d w. Mary, and d. 1709. His will ment. s. Richard, Samuel, and
Jeremiah, d. Mary, unm. and six ch. of his dec. d. Sarah. Sarah m. 23
Sept. 1680, Joseph Child; and Mary m. 2 Apr. 1713, John Stearns as
sec. w. RiCHAED, Watertown, s. of the preced. m. 10 Aug. 1686, Rose,
d. of the first John Woodward, had Richard, b. 30 Dec. 1687; Sam-
uel, 14 Oct. 1689 ; and Abigail, 11 July 1692. By sec. w. m. 6 Aug.
1695, Hannah Sanders, he had John, 28 Dec. 1696 ; Hannah, 16 Feb.
1699 ; Joseph, 1 July 1701 ; Jeremiah, 2 July 1703 ; George, 22 Aug.
1705 ; Rose, or Ruth, 20 Mar. 1708; Peter, 28 Sept. 1710; and Wil-
liam, 14 Mar. 1715. He was sch.master, like his f. and like him, liv. to
good old age.

'NoRCUT, or NoRCOTT, Daniel, Boston, sail, in the Pied Cow, 1635,
for Eng. and bee. she was not heard of next yr. admin, of his est. was
giv. to John Coggan, who prob. was a creditor, Jan. 1637. William,
Marshfield, m. Sarah Chapman, had William, b. 20 Feb. 1663; John, 1
Aug. 1664; Thomas, 1 June 1670 ; Ralph, 5 Oct. 1673; Isaac, 10 June
1675; Ephraim, 4 Nov. 1683; and Ebenezer, 1 Mar. 1691; beside
four or five ds. ; and d. 18 Sept. 1693. Possib. he was of Boston 1650,
to witness the will of Robert Saltonstall.

NoRDEN, * Nathaniel, Marblehead, a capt. and freem. 1690, also

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