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son fell, was k. by the Ind. 3 Aug. 1675. Oft. the serg.'s name is call.
Joseph ; it is not ment. in Wheeler's Narr. and by Coffin, 389, in a list
almost offic. he is John. Inv. of his est. in Mar. 1676, is found; and
Nov. 1690, John of Topsfield, and Joseph of Amesbury convey, to their
br. William the est. at B. wh. was of their f. and br. Samuel, dec.
William, Suffield, s. of the preced. had two ws. nam. Eliz. and a third
Eebecca, wh. in Feb. 1698 had admin, of his est. His three ch. Wil-
liam, b. 1684; Eliz. 1690; and William, again, 1691, all d. young.

Pride, John, Salem 1637, there had a gr. of Id. was a brickmaker in
1641, d. a. 1647. John, Pemaquid, wh. took o. of fidel. to Mass. 22
July 1674, may have been. s. of the preced.

Priest, Degort, Plymouth 1620, d. in few days aft. land, from the
Mayflower, on 1 Jan. 1621 ; and his w. wh. was, says Gov. Bradford,
sis. of Mr. Allerton, and their childr. came after. He was formerly
thot. the first m. of any of the Leyden exiles, but the rec. there shows
that his intent was pub. 4 Oct. 1611, and the m. with Sarah Vincent,
wid. of John of London, 4 Nov. foil, and ■*e kn. that both Isaac Aller-
ton and his sis. had a few wks. earlier been m. I obs. on the Dutch
rec. that aft. hear, of the d. of Priest so early at P. his wid. m. 13 Nov.
of that same yr. one, wh. was, in my opin. the Cuthbert Cuthbertson,
wh. brot. her and the ch. in the Ann. He had been adm. a cit. of Ley-
den 16 Nov. 1615, then call, a hatter, no other of his friends exc. Brad-
ford and AUerton hav. enjoy, that distinct. Emanuel, Marblehead
1668, kn. only as sign, with John, perhaps his br. against impost.
James, Weymouth, freem. 10 May 1643, and tho. twice insert, in the
list, we may be confid. as the same carelessness attaches to two other
names, that only one man is intend, had James, b. 8 May 1640 ; and by
w. Eliz. had Lydia, b. 12 Feb. 1658, d. young; and Lydia, again, 16
Mar. 1662; and d. at Salem, 1664. John, Weymouth 1657. John,
Salem, m. 25 Feb. 1673, Eliz. Gray, had Eliz. b. 20 Jan. 1680. John,
Woburn, had Eliz. b. 12 Sept. 1679 ; John, 1 Nov. 1681 ; Daniel (Bond,
911, has Hannah) 19 July 1686; and perhaps others. William Wa-
tertown 1672, perhaps by w. Leah had William, wh. d. 3 Dec. 1688;

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and William, again, b. 7 Nov. 1 689. But Bond leaves it in no doubt
that the name was Price, wh. see.

Prime, James, Milford a. 1654, propound, for freem. in 1669, and d.
1685, leav. wid. s. James, d. Sarah, w. of Thomas Prior, and Eebecca,
wh. m. 1 Apr. 1677, Walter Smith. Among proprs. in 1713 was James,
B. of the preced. wh. had s. James and other eh. and perhaps Ebenezer,
Y. C. 1718, min. of Huntington, L. I. wh. d. 1779, aged 79, was ano.
Mabk, Rowley 1643, by w. Ann had Samuel, b. 1649. Samuel, Row-
ley, s. of the preced. by w. Sarah had Samuel, b. 1675; Mark, 1680";
and tw ds.

Peimidats. See Pringrydays.

Pkince, Isaac, Hull 1675, s. of John, of wh. we have no later
knowledge than JJeane gives, that he m. a. 1683, Mary, d. of John
Turner. John,^ Hull, was perhaps of Cambridge, or more prob. of
Watertown, when freem. 4 Mar. 1635, s. of Rev. John, wh. had been
bred at Oxford, and was min. of East Shefford, oft. called Little Shef-
ford, a few miles from Newbury, in Co. Berks, prob. rem. to H. bef. b.
of any ch. of wh. he had prob. by w. Margaret, John, b. 1638, d. 1690 ;
Eliz. 1640; Joseph, 1642; Martha, 1645; Job, 1647; Mary, 8 Apr.
1649, says rec. ; Samuel, at Boston, May 1649, says tradit. ; Sarah,
1651, d. soon; Benjamin, 1652, wh. prob. d. young; Isaac, 1655 ; Debo-
rah, 25 Aug. 1657 ; and Thomas ; he took sec. w. Ann, wid. of William
Barstow, was rul. eld. and d. 6 Aug. 1676, aged 66. His will of 9 May
preced. names only eight ch. Joseph . Hull, s. of the preced. m. 7 Dec.
1670, Joanna, d. of Secretary Morton. Nathaniel, Salem, in 1664
was of the selectmen. Richakd, Salem 1639, a tailor, freem. 27 Dec.
1642, had there bapt. John, 20 Feb. 1642; Joseph, 10 Sept. 1643;
Mary, 16 Apr. 1648; Samuel, 18 May 1651 ; Richard, 18 Mar. 1655;
and Jonathan, 15 Mar. 1657; perhaps by w. Mary, a mem. of the ch.
1648, all exc. first two; was a deac. and d. 1675, aged 61. From his
win of 21 Sept. pro. 22 Dec. foil, in that yr. we find all the ch. exc. the
first b. were liv. and Mary had m. Stephen Daniel, had Stephen and
Mary. Richaed, Salem, s. of the preced. m. 25 Dec. 1677, Sarah
Eix, had Richard, b. 21 Jan. 1679 ; Joseph, 28 Dec. 1680, wh. d. under
17 yrs. ; and John, 15 Nov. 1682. Robert, Salem, may have been br.
of the first Richard, and Felt says had gr. of Id. 1649. He m. 5 Apr.
'1662, Sarah Warren, had James, b. 19 Jan. 1665, d. soon ; James, again,
15 Aug. 1668; Eliz. 19 Feb. 1670; and Joseph; and d. 4 June 1674.
His will of 24 May 1674, pro. 30 of next mo. made his w. extrix. and
names ch. James, Joseph, and Eliz. His est. was good. * Samuel,
Hull, s. of John, freem. 1678, rem. to Rochester, or Middleborough, of
wh. he was rep. aft. the new chart, of 1692; m. 1674, Martha,' d. of

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William Barstow of Scituate, had three s. and two ds. of neither of wh.
do I find the names. His w. d. 18 Dec. 1684, and by sec. Mary, d. of ,
Gov. Hinckley, wh. d. 22 Oct. 1658, was f. of Rev. Thomas, b. May
1687, H. C. 1707, the assid. annalist, whose service in perpet. evidence
relative to our early hist, exceeds that of any other man, since the first
generat. Of written or printed matter he was a useful expounder ; but
the great delineator of our literary men, half a centu. ago, has well
cautioned us against his credulity. See Eliot's Biog. Diet. He was
also f. of Nathan, H. C. 1718, a man of talents super, to his bro.'s but
of less value to society. Thomas, Gloucester 1649, by w. Margaret
had Thomas, b. 24 Dec. 1650; John, 1653; Mary, 1658; and Isaac, 7
Nov. 1663. Babson, 129, says his wid. d. 24 Feb. 1706. Thomas,
Gloucester, eldest s. of the preced. m. 27 Sept. 1676, EUz. Harraden,
and had Mary, b. 6 Dec. 1677 ; and Thomas, 8 Dec. 1679 ; beside John
and Isaac, wh. surv. him; and he d. 11 Jan. 1705. Thomas, Scituate,
e. of John, m. in 1685, Ruth, d. of John Turner, had Thomas, b. 10
July 1686; Benjamin, 1693; and Job, 1695. William, Dover 1671.
One Mary P. a Quaker, came in the Speedwell, 1656, but of her no
more is kn. than Hutch. I. 197 tells of her denounc. judgm. of God,
from her window in the prison, against Gov. Endicott, as he went by, on
Sunday, from the ch. Twice she was taken to his house, where two
min. were present ; and tho. I fear , she suffer, worse correction than
from their mouths, yet the virulence of their affections did not perhaps '
go beyond her banishm. Eleven of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at
Harv. one at Yale, and two at other N. E. coll.

Prindle, John, Milford 1645. Possib. the name is the same as
that foil.

Pringle, William, New Haven, m. 1655, Mary Desbrough, had
Phebe, b. 1657; John, 1658; Mary, 1660; and perhaps others; was a
propr. 1685, and so was Joseph, wh. may have been a s. This is now
changed to Prindle, it is said.

Pringrtdat's, or Primidates, as giv. in Geneal. Reg. IX. 87, or
Primrides, as by Rev. Mr. Russell in Coffin's Newbury, 390, Ed-
mund, Springfield, m. 1666, Mary, d. of Miles Morgan; in the assault
by the Ind. when they burned the town, 5 Oct. 1675, he was wound,
and d. on 11 of the same, leav. no ch. His wid. m. 1678, Nicholas

Prior, or Pkyor, Daniel, Duxbury, s. of Thomas, came late in
1635, from London, in the Hopewell, capt. Babb, aged 13, had w. Mary,
and liv. at Scituate. Daniel, Windsor, s. of Humphrey, m. 9 Feb.
1693, Sarah Eggleston, d. of Samuel of Middletown, had Sarah, b. 4
Mar. 1694. Edward, Kennebeck 1665. Humphret, Windsor, m. 12


Nov. 1663, Ann, d. of John Osborn, had John, b. 14 Feb. 1665 ; and
Diiniel, 18 Deo. 1667 ; and his w. d. bef. her f. John, Scituate, br. of
Daniel, came froBj London with him, at the age of 15, rem. to Duxbury,
and Winsor says, in his old age, m. Eleanor Childs. John, Windsor,
eldest s. of Humphrey, had Ann, b. 31 Mar. 1690; Mary, 6 Mar.
1692 ; and John, 16 May 1695. Joseph, Duxbury, br. of first John,
liv. with Rev. Ralph Partridge, when the min. made his will, 1655.
Matthew, Salem 1638, when he had gr. of Id. rem. to L. I. and was
of Brookhaven in 1665. His d. Sarah m. John Gould of Newport, and
next, 1711, bee. fourth w. of Gov. "Walter Clark. Thomas, Scituate,
came in 1634 from London, with Lothrop, d. 1639, bur. says Lothrop,
22 June ; in his will of June in that yr. names s. Samuel, and Thomas,
ds. Eliz. and Mary, all in O. E. and his three s. here, bef. ment.

Peoctor, Benjamin, Ipswich 1678, prob. s. of the first John.
George, Dorchester, freem. 17 May 1637, by w. Edith had Hannah,
b. perhaps in Eng.; Abigail, b. 24 Aug. 1637 ; Thomas, 16 Dec. 1638,
if we may dare to contradict the rec. wh. is 1637, or it has been thot.
that the 1637 day was that of his bur. and he may have been brot. from
Eng.; Samuel, 8 Nov. 1640; and d. 29 Jan. 1662. His wid. rem. to
Boston to live with s. Samuel, made excor. with her of the will of 27
Jan. 1662, as in Geneal. Reg. XL 173, 4. Hannah m. 3 Mar. 1653,
John Lowell; and Abigail m. 8 Mar. 1660, Joseph Lowell of Boston.
_JoHN, Ipswich, came, 1635, aged 40, from London, in the Susan and
EUen, with w. Martha, 28 ; and ch. John, 3 ; and Mary, 1 ; and in few
yrs. was sett, at Salem. His w. d. 13 June 1659; but he took sec. w.
of the same bapt.. name, wh. outliv. him. His will of 28 Aug. 1672,.
pro. 28 Nov. foil, names w. and ch. John, Joseph, Benjamin, ds. Martha
White, Abigail Varney ; Sarah Dodge ; and Hannah Weeden, or some
such name. John, Ipswich, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. rem. in few yrs."
to Salem, perhaps freem. 1690, m. Dec. 1662, Eliz. d. of John Thorn-
dike, had prob. by a sec. w. Eliz. Bassett, m. 1 Apr. 1674, William, b.
6 Feb. foil.; Sarah, 28 Jan. 1677,;', Samuel, 11 Jan. 1686; Elisha, 28
Apr. 1687, d. next yr. ; and Abigail, 27 Jan. 1692; of wh. the eldest
two were imprison, in the execrable fanaticism of 1692. These ch.
were prob. discharg. without trial ; but the mo. was one of the first
accus. of witchcr. and her h. (to wh. the first w. had brot. ch. Mar-
tha, h. 4 June 1666;^ Mary, 26 Oct. 1667, d. soon; John, 28 Oct.
1668; Mary, again, 30 Jan. 1670; and Thorndike, 15 July 1672, and
that w. d. next mo.), for showing proper regard for her, as Hutch. II. 26
and 55 tells, fell under equal suspicion. Both were tried and condemn.
on 5th, and on him, 19 Aug. was inflict, the punishm. of death, wh. she
escap. by reason of her pregnancy, and bef. the time elaps. in wh. she

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should have suffer, the power of delusion and the devil passed away,.
Yet four yrs. later, the wid. had to beseech the legislat. to order relief
of her husband's prop, from the forfeiture. See Felt II. 484. Too
brief is this statement of Mr. Felt, and slightly seems the case to have
been misapprehend, by him. No doubt, Gedney, the judge of Probate,
was as much bound to maintain the technical law of Eng. in opposition
to that of humanity, as his superiors of the other tribunal to assert the
institute of Moses against that of common sense ; and she " being con-
vict, and sentenc. of and for the detestab. crime of witchcr." was " look,
upon as d.-in-law, and left out of the will of her h. and nothing giv. her
therein, nor order, her upon the distrib. of the est. of said P." and the
Ct. had the requisite illumina. to decree, that when she produc. the par-
don she bee. alive again. The h.'s will was made 2 Aug. so three days
bef. the conviction. Joseph,. Ipswich, m. Martha, d. of Francis Wain-
wright, had Daniel, b. 30 Jan. 1680. Peter, Concord, s. of Robert, m.
30 Jan. 1689, Mary, d. of James Patterson of Billerica. Richard,
Yarmouth 1643. Richard, Boston, freem. 1690. Robert, Concord,
freem. 10 May 1643, m. Dec. 1645, Jane Hildreth, perhaps d. of Rich-
ard, had Sarah, b. 12 Oct. 1646; Gershom, 13 May 1648; Mary, 8
Apr. 1650; rem. to Chelmsford, had Peter; Eliz. 21 Jan. 1657; and
Lydia, 19 Feb. 1660, d. at 6 mos. Samuel, Dorchester, s. of George,
a cooper at Boston, by w. Mary had Mary, b. 22 Dec. 1671. Thorn-
dike, Salem, s. of sec. John, by w. Hannah had Nathan, b. 18 Oct.
1698. Of this name in 1834, four had been gr. at Harv. one at Yale,
and four at other N. E. coll.

Prosser, Roger, Boston 1672, bought 500 acres at Quinebaug.
Thomas, Roxbury 1649, perhaps next yr. was of Weymouth.

Prouse, John, Salisbury, by w. Hannah, perhaps d. of "William
Barnes, had Abigail, b. 18 Dec. 1666; was there liv. 1680. Roger,
Boston, by w. Hannah, had Peter, b. 1 May 1686.

Prodt, *Ebenezer, Concord, s. of Timothy, was a capt. and rep.
1689 and 90, and elk. of the house, was freem. 1690, m. 1678, Eliz. d.
of capt. Timothy Wheeler, had Timothy. His w. d. at Charlestown, 11
Oct. 1683; and by sec. w. Grace at Watertown, had Eunice, bapt. 13
Apr. 1690; Mary, b. Apr. 1694, d. soon; John, 6 Nov. 1695, d. young;
was town elk. selectman, rep. 1693. John, New Haven, s. of Timothy
of Boston, m. 23 Aug. 1681, Mary, wid. of Daniel Hall, d. of Henry
Rutherford, propr. in 1685 with prefix of respect; had Margaret, b. 7
June 1682; Sarah, 7 Jan. 1684; John; and Mary, wh. m. 1 Sept.
1708, John Dixwell, s. of the regicide, a ruling elder at Boston, where
she d. 1718. Joseph, Boston, br. of Ebenezer, w^as selectman, treasr.
and many yrs, town elk. to whose careful rec. we owe much ; by his will

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of 22 Sept. 1719, we find his w. Mary Jackson, m. 7 Nov. 1704, and
Joseph, then youth, his only ch. He d. 13 Jan. 1721, aged 70. His ch.
were Samuel, b. 31 Jan. 1706, d. soon ; Joseph, 9 Aug. 1707 ; and Ben-
jamin, 24 Sept. 1709, d. soon. * Timothy, Boston, shipwright, an early
inhab. adm. of the ch. 20 Apr. and freem. 29 May 1644, by w. Mar-
garet had Timothy, b. 10, bapt. 23 Mar. 1645 ; Susanna, 26 Apr. bapt.
2 May 1647 ; John, bapt. 11 Feb. 1649, a. 8 days old; Joseph, a. 1651 ;
"William, b. 23, bapt. 29 May 1653; Benjamin, 16, bapt. 22 July 1655,
wh. d. 5 Apr. 1669; Ebenezer, bef. ment. 14, bapt. 15 Mar. 1657;
was rep. for sev. yrs. 1685, 9-92, and d. 3 Nov. 1702. His sec. w.
Eliz. d. 19 Jan. 1694, and his will, pro. 17 Dec. foil. the. made 7 Mar.
1699, ment. s. Timothy as long. abs. prob. d. ; John; Joseph, made
excor. ; "William ; and Ebenezer ; beside gr.ch. and gr.gr.childr. with-
out names. He bee. prop, at Concord bef. 1680, and perhaps sometimes
resid. there. Timothy, Boston, s. of the preced. by w. Deborah had
Timothy, b. 6 July 1666; Zechariah, 20 Mar. 1670; and Margaret, 11
Nov. 1674; in 1676 had striking peril in shipwreck, being master
mariner, but with all his crew, after great hardships was saved, as in
Hubbard, 643, may be read ; and was prob. lost at a much later day.
His wid. d. 13 Mar. 1716. "William, Boston, br. of the preced. by w.
Love had Samuel, b. 16 Sept. 1673, and prob. d. early.

Prouty, Edwakd, Scituate, eldest s. of Eichard, by w. Eliz. Howe,
had James, John, Eichard, Edward, and Elisha, betw. 1711 and 1732,
beside, unless Deane be mistaken, Jacob, David, Adam, and Isaac, prob.
older, wh. he says, rem. to Spencer. Isaac, Scituate, br. of the preced.
m. Eliz. Merritt, had David, John, Caleb, Adam, Job, James, and Isaac,
as Deane says, b. betw. 1716 and 1732. Eichaed, Scituate 1670,
beside the two preced. had s. "William wh. left descend, and d. Margaret,
wh. d. unm. at gr. age. Descend, are num.

Provender, John, Charlestown, took the o. of fidel. 2 Dec. 1 674.

Prudden, James, Milford 1639, perhaps br. of Peter, d. 1648. His
d. Ann m. Samuel Coley a. 1640; and Eliz. m. "William Slough.
John, Jamaica, L. I, s. of Peter, sett, in 1 670 as min. there, rem. in
1692 to Newark, N. J. but resign, his charge 1699, and d. 11 Dec.
1725 in his 80th year. He left descend. Eliot says. Peter, Milford,
arr. with famous Davenport at Boston, and at New Haven spent some
time next yr. and the foil, where was gather, the ch. of M. over wh. he
was sett. 18 Apr. 1640, and d. July 1656, in 56th yr. "Was he ever of
"Wethersfleld, as the diligent writer in Geneal. Eeg. XL 102 says ?
Mather says, he had been a successf preacher a. Herefordsh. and near
"Wales ; but caution is useful in receiv. the word of M. "We kn. nothing
of his parentage or educ. He left good est. here, beside his Ids. at

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Edgton in Co. York, where perhaps he was b. and certain, there m.
Joanna Boyse. We must look to Trumbull's Hist, of Conn, for not
much. lie had six ds. and two s. John, bapt. 1646, H. C. 1668; and
Samuel, the eldest s. wh. prob. was the propr. at M. 1713 ; beside Peter,
bapt. 1652, d. soon. His wid. Joanna, wh. had m. 19 Sept. 1671, capt.
Thomas Willet, and next Eev. John Bishop, in her will of 8 Nov.
1681, names the s. and five ds. Joanna, bapt. 1640; Eliz. 4 Mar.
1643; Abigail, 1647; Sarah, 12 May 1650; and Mildred, 14 May
1653 ; beside Mary Walker, her d. dec. whose portion was to go to two
eh. Abigail, m. 14 Nov. 1667, Joseph Walker; Mildred m. 20 Sept.
1671, Sylvanus Baldwin; but what was the bapt. name of the h. of
Mary is yet unseen. Samuel, Milford, eldest s. of the preced. m. 30
Dec. 1669, Grace Judson, d. of Joseph of Stratford, had Peter, b. 28
July 1671 ; Samuel, 14 Aug. 1673 ; Joanna, bapt. 1676; and in 1685,
aft. his d. it is seen that he had Peter and four other oh. in the care of
their mo.

PuDEATER, Jacob, Salem, m. 28 Oct. 1666, Isabel Mosier, wh. d. 8
Mar. 1677, and took sec. w. Nothing is ment. of him, exc. that his wid.
Ann, was one of those innocents chged. with the preposter. offence of
witchcr. in May 1692, shut up in Boston gaol, at the same time with
Philip English and his w. tried in Sept. and with seven others execut.
on 22. See Felt II. 477-80; Essex Inst. II. 187, 8; and Hutch.
II. 58.

PuDiNGTON, or PuDDiNGTON, Geoege, York 1640. Maine Hist.
Coll. T. 273, and 1 Mass. Hist. Coll. I. 101. A wid. P. I find in the
rec. of that jurisdict. 1649, licensed to sell wine. John, Portsmouth
1654. Adams, 40. He may have been of York, 1680, when he sw.
alleg. and lieut. in comm. of fort, 1689, at Kennebeck. 3 Mass. Hist.
Coll. I. 86. ROBEKT, Portsmouth 1640. Belkn. I. 28. Prob. it was
the same man at Newtown, L. I. 1656. See Riker, 43. But he own.
est. at P. 1660.

Pddnet, John, Salem, m. 18 Nov. 1662, Judith, d. of Henry Cooke
of the same, had John, b. 28 Sept. foil. ; Judith, 24 Nov. 1665 ; Joanna,
29 June 1668; Samuel, 13 Oct. 1670; Joseph, 25 Aug. 1673; and
Jonathan, 18 Mar. 1678. John, Salem, eldest s. of the preced. m. 1
Jan. 1684, Mary, d. of Hugh Jones, had John, b. 17 Aug. 1685 ; Mary,
25 Apr. 1687; Samuel, 13 July 1689; Hannah, 2 Apr. 1691; and
Abigail, 28 Apr. 1694. Samuel, Salem, s. of John, was of the milit.

Puffer, or Poffer, James, Braintree 1655, by w. Mary had Rich-
ard, b. 14 Mar. 1658; Martha, 28 Dec. 1658. Matthew, or Mat-
thias, Braintree, perhaps br. of James, had James, b. 4 June 1668, at

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Mendon, of wh. he was one of the first sett. ; and for sec. w. m. by one
acco. 11 Feb. by ano. 30 Apr. 1677, Abigail, d. of Eichard Everett,
when, I suppose, he liv. at Wrentham. Other ch. he had, and ano. w.
Mary, as by his will of 23 Apr. 1714 we learn. The ch. were John,
James, Jonathan, and Esther, wh. m. 2 June 1697, William Sumner of
Milton. RiCHAKD, Wrentham, perhaps s. of the preced. by w. Ruth
had Richard, b. 17 July 1689, and one s. wh. d. 16 Jan. 1698.
Robert, Lynn, freem. 1691, call. senr. wh. may lead to presumpt. that
he had s. Robert. William, Wrentham, by w. Ruth, d. of Joseph
Farnsworth, of Dorchester, had William, b. 17 July 1686. Rev. Reu-
ben, D. D. of Berlin, H. C. 1778, is thot. to be the only gr. of this name
at any N. E. coll. and he d. Apr. 1829, aged 73.

Pullman, Jasper, York, took o. of alleg. to his majesty 22 Mar.

PuLSiFEE, Benedict, Ipswich 1664, was in some part of the Id. aft.
1662, had d. Eliz. b. 4 Dec. 1669, but of the mo. we kn. only that she
d. 16 July 1673. In Feb. foil, he m. Susanna, d. of Richard Waters of
Ipswich, had Richard, b. 31 May 1675; WiUiam, 12 Dec. 1676; Su-
sanna, 5 Sept. 1678; Joseph, 13 Nov. 1680; Benjamin, 19 May 1683;
David, 27 Sept. 1685; Jonathan, 25 Sept. 1687; Joanna, 10 May
1691 ; and Margaret, 14 Feb. 1694. In 1688 at N. Yarmouth he was
one of the first to begin hostil. with the Ind. as in his Decennium Luc-
tuosum Mather shows, Magn. VII. 63. John, Gloucester 1680, per-
haps s. of Benedict, m. 31 Dec. 1684, Joanna, d. prob. of Thomas Kent
of the same, had John, b. 1685, d. at 22 yrs. ; Joanna, 1688; Mary,
1691; a s. 1693; Ebenezer, 1695; Mary, again, 1697; David 1701;
and Jonathan, 1704.

BuNOHAED, John, Salem, prob. s. of William, m. 6 Nov. 1706, Mar-
tha Hooper. William, Salem, by tradit. said to have come from Isle
of Jersey, m. 26 Oct. 1669, Abigail, d. of Richard Waters of the same,
had Abigail, b. 3 Sept. 1670 ; Mary, 17 Jan. 1674, d. ybung ; William,
11 Nov. 1677; John, 2 Apr. 1682; and Sarah, 27 Oct. 1685. His
name is Punshin in Geneal. Reg. IX. 86.

PuNDEKSON, or PoNDEESON, JoHN, Boston, or the neighb. for short
time only, came from Yorksh. 1637, went to New Haven, 1639, one of
the pillars of the first gather, of that ch. by w. Margaret, had John, b.
1643, bapt. Oct. 1644; and Hannah, bapt. May 1642, wh. m. 27 Oct.
1670, John Gibbs; and d. 11 Feb. 1681. John, New Haven, only s.
of the preced. m. 5 Nov. 1667, Damans, d. of David Atwater, had Abi-
gail, b. 15 Sept. 1671; John, 10 Dec. 1673; Hannah, 29 July 1676;
Thomas, 15 Jan. 1678; Damaris, 25 Dec. 1680; Mary, 1 Aug. 1683;
vol. hi. 42


David, 3 Nov. 1686; Samuel, 20 Sept. 1691 ; and Ebenezer, 18 Oct.
1694. He was deac. and d. 23 Jan. 1730. Yale has furnish, fivegr.
bef. 1835 of this name, the first was Eev. Ebenezer, 1724, of Pitts-

PCRCHASE, or PuKKAS, Abkaham, Salem, 1680, by w. Euth, d. of John
WilUams of the same, had Euth, b. 10 June 1702 ; and Benjamin, 2 Mar.
1706. John, Hartford, a. 1639, d. prob. bef. mid. age, and his will of 15
Oct. 1645 may be read in Trumbull's Coll. Eec. I. 466. His wid. Joan m.
Nicholas Palmer ; and his d. Mary m. Jared Speck, and d. Eliz. m. Eich-
ard Case. Whether his hope of a s. express, in the will, were prosper.
is uncert. John, Boston, by w. Eliz. had Sarah, wh. d. 14 Feb. 1652;
Sarah, again, b. 10 Aug. 1655 ; John, 3 Aug. 1656; and Mary, 3 Feb.
1660. * Oliver, Dorchester 1635, freem. 7 Dec. 1636, rem. early to
Taunton, there enrol, in 1643 in the milit. was ens. 1651, and in good
esteem; but few yrs. aft. rem. to Lyjan, there his w. Sarah d. 21 Qct.
1671; and he m. 17 Sept. 1672, Mary, d. of Eev. William Perkins;
was rep. 1660 and oft. aft. last in 1689 at four Courts ; rem. to Concord
a. 1691, there d. 20 Nov. 1701, in 84th yr. as one rept. gives it, or 88th
as in a common desire to exagger. hag been asserted. His depon. makes
his yr. of b. 1613, it is said, but unless the description with circumst. be
complete, it may be doubted if the true reading should not be 1618, else
why was the rec. of 84th yr. ever tolerat. He was chos. one of the
Assist. 1685, but refus. to take the o. prob. bee. the old chart, had been
annul. I suppose that Priscilla, wh. m. 26 Oct. 1663, William Wilson,
was his d. 'Thomas, Kennebeck, an adventur. of good discret. and
perseverance, perhaps elder br. of the preced. came first in 1628, and
was princip. of the Pegypscott sett, on both sides of Androscoggin, near
its mouth ; appears on first leaf of Vol. I. of Maine rec. as one of- the
Commissnrs. at Saco, on new-year's day, 25 Mar. 1636, with the friends
of Sir Ferd. Gorges, at his planta. where is now Brunswick, of wh.
he sold to Mass. good part 22 July 1639, as by the Indenture in full is
shown in Col. Eec. I. 272. His w. Mary d. at Boston 7 Jan. 1656.
The Ind. began hostil. Sept. 1675, by plunder of his ho. and he rem. to
Lynn. When he d. a few wks. bef. 11 May 1678, with usual exagger.
he was said by his wid. Eliz. to be 101 yrs. old. She was prob. much
younger, and m. Nov. of that yr. John Blaney of Lynn. He left s.
Thomas, made excor. of his will of 2 May 1677, ds. Jane and Eliz.
beside three more ch. as the wid. says. Folsom, 31, 153 ; Willis L
14, 156; Sullivan, 372; Haz. L 58; and Hubbard, Ind. Wars, 14.
Thomas, Salem, s. of the preced. in his petitn. with mo. to Pro. Ct. calls
hims. "a young man," by w. Eliz. WiUiams, m. 3 Dec. 1679, had
Thomas, b. 29 Jan. .3.680 ; sailed on a voyage 1681, and was not heard

PUR — PUT 495

of aft. Felt. See also- Essex Inst. Coll. II. 276, and III. 14 and 15.
Sometimes this is spelt Purchis.

PuEDT, Frances, and Mart, Fairfield 1644, are witness, to the will
of "William Frost, 6 Jan. 1645. Possib. the- first was a man.

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