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the first min. there, the sole grad. of 1652 at Harv. in two yrs. went to
L. to preach, but was not ord. bef. 1660, tho. highly reput. m. Mary, d.
of John White, a woman of uncommon discretion and firmness, as her
Narrative of that doleful captivity wh. foil, the assault by the Ind. 10
Feb. 1676, when one or more of the fam. were k. and the rest taken exc.
hims* wh. had gone to Boston for succor, most fully exhib. They h^d
Joseph, wh. d. soon; Joseph, again, b. 2 Mar. 1662; Mary, 1666; Sa-
rah, 1669 ; perhaps one or two more ; for her distress leaves some indis-
tinctness in the story of her fate. Aft. the utter destruct. of his town,
he preach, in Boston and elsewhere, tho. unsett. until call, to Wiethersfield
Apr. 1677, where his time was but short, d. 23 or 24 Nov. 1678. Of the
curious work of Mrs. R. usual, call, the Removes, Mr. Willard in 1828,
pub. the sixth edit, with copious illustration, and some str^ge matter of
youthful indiscret. in the h. He had, of all his fam. only w. and Joseph,
and Maiy, liv. at the time of his d. The books in his inv. were val. at £82,
wh. must be regard, as extraord. amt. after so short a time from his loss.



Joseph, Wethersfield, s. of the preced. m. Hannah, d. of Phineas Wil-
son, had large prop, with her, wh. d. 1704, aged 29. He d. 22 Jan.
1713, leav. descend, there for above a century. Thomas, Ipswich 1637,
freem-. 2 May 1638, then spell. Kawlinson, as oft. in town rec. it is Ro-
lenson, had Thomas, Joseph, and perhaps other ch. some, if not aU, b. in
Eng. d. at Lancaster 17 Nov. 1657. Thomas, Salisbury, s. of the pre-
ced. b. in Eng. m. 17 May 1663 or 4, as the rec. says, Dorothy Portland^
tho. where this name was found, is quite a mystery to me, had Eliz. b. 7
June 1664, d. next yr. Thomas, 5 July 1656; Sarah, 5 Aug. 1658;
Eliz. again, 26 Feb. 1661; Joseph, 18 Feb. 1664; Mary, 24 Aug.
1665 ; Martha, 24 Aug. 1666; John, 20 Mar. 1668; and Ann, 16 Mar.
1669. His will of 7 July 1682, just bef. his d. names s. Joseph and four
ds. Sarah m. 5 Dec. 1684, Nicholas Bond.

RowLE, RiOHAED, ins. among inhab. of Newbury 1678, in Geneal.
Reg. "VII. 349, is by me confid. thot. to be mispr. for Lowle or Lowell,
because the age is 76, wh. is the exact number of yrs. of. Lowell then
liv. at N. and his name does not appear in that list. Robert, Marble-
head 1668.

Rowley, Henrt, Plymouth 1632, perhaps came in the- Charles, with
Hatherly, was of Scituate 1634, with his w. partook in gather, of first
ch. there, 8 Jan. 1635, and rem. to Barpstable with Lathrop 1639, ra. 17
Oct. 1 633, Ann, wid. of Thomas Blossom, prob. as his sec. w. for I sup-
pose Sarah, wh. m. 11 Apr. 1646, Jonathan »Hatch, was his d. Joseph,
Barnstable 1665, perhaps was s. of the preced. * Moses, Barnstable,
br, perhaps of the preced. m. 22 Apr. 1652, Eliz. Fuller, had Mary, b.
20 Mar. 1653; Moses, 10 Nov. 1654; a ch. b. and d. 15 Aug. 1656;
Shubael and Mehitable, tw. 11 Jan. 1660; Sarah, 10' Sept 1662;
Aaron, 1 May 1666; John, 2 Oct. 1667; was rep. 1692, prob. under
new chart, rem. to Haddam, there d. 1705, leav. wid. Eliz. and ch. Mo-
ses, Matthew, and Mehitable, w. of John Fuller. Shtjbael, East Had-
dam, s. of Moses, d. in Mar. 1714, leav. wid. Catharine, d. of Thomas
Crippin, and she, 5 Feb. 1719, in deed, calls Edwatd Fuller her s.-in-
law. * Simon, Little Compton, rep. 1691, by Baylies, IV. 142, call, per-
haps correct. Rouse. Thomas, Windsor, m. 6 May 1669, Mary; d. of
Henry Denslow, had Mary, b. 16 Apr. 1670; Martha, 13 May 1677;
John, 27 Oct. 1679; Abigail, 10 Feb. 1686; and Grace, 5 Aug. 1692;
beside Thomas, and Samuel, whose dates, prob. intermed. are unkn.
He was freem. 1669, and d. 4 Aug. 1708. Thomas, Windsor, s. of the
preced. m. 16 Mar. 1699, Violet Stedman, had Hannah, b. 5 July 1700,
d. young ; Ann, 24 Sept. 1703 ; Thomas, 5 Dec. 1705 ; Sarah, 17 Sept.
1708; Samuel, 11 Mar. 1710; Daniel, 11 Oct. 1717; and Hannah,
again, 11 Feb. 1720. Sometimes the name is Rowell in the rec.

now — ROY 583

RowTON, Richard, came 1635, in the Susan and Ellen from London,
aged 36, with w. Aim; 36, and ch. Edmund, 6. He is call, in the -Eng.
rec. husbandman, but I hear not of him on this side of the water. See
3 Mass. Hist. Coll. VIII. 260, with correct, in X. 128 ; but also in
Geneal. Reg. XIV. 311.

Rot, John, Charlestown, by w. Eliz. Phipps, prob. d. of Solomon,
had there bapt. Eliz. 9 Oct. 1670; Solomon, 16 Feb. 1673; Mary, 7
Mar. 1675, perhaps d. 'soon; and Mary, 22 Aug. 1680.

Royal, or Rtall, Iaac, Dorchester, carpenter, m. Ruth, d. of
Thomas Tqlman, had Ruth, b. 2 Nov. 1668; Mary, 8 Sept. 1670;
Samuel, 21 July 1677; and William, 17 Mar. 1680; built the new ch.
edifice 1676, and bo. the old one for £10, tho. the new was not occup. -
bef. Nov. 1678; was freem. 1690, but the w. d. 1 May 1681, and by
ano. w. he had, says Geneal. Reg. XIV. 249, Isaac, 10 May 1682 ;
Jerusha, 15 Jan. 1684; and Robert, Jan. 1688. John, York, s. of
William the first, m. Eliz. Dodd ; was there in 1 680, to take o. of alleg.
to the k. but in 1688 was tak. by the Ind. at North Yarmouth ; yet was
liv. in Boston, 1695. Joseph, Charlestown, by w. Mary had one ch.
bapt 21 Jan. 1683, she hav. join, the ch. the wk. bef. and a d. 15 July
foU. but neither of these nam. in the rec. yet one was Sarah prob. beside
Phebe, 16 June 1690; was of Boston 1695. Sarah, m. William Tyler.
Samuel, Boston 1665, br. of John, a cooper, had w. Sarah, and was
rememb. in' the will of Samuel Cole. William, Casco 1636, had been
sent by the Gov. and Comp. to Capt. Endicott at Salem from London,
as noted in their letter to him, 17 Apr. 1629, as a "cleaver of timber."
See Young's Chron. of Mass. 1 64, or the noble first quarto of our Col.
Rec. 396. Part of the town of S. was early call. Ryall side, or Ryall
neck. He purch. of Gorges 1643, on E. side of Wescustogo, now
RoyaU's riv. in North Yarmouth, and Uv. near its mouth, m. perhaps at
Boston, or Maiden, Phebe Green, d. of that wid. Margaret, wh. bee sec.
w. of Samuel Cole of B. had WiUiam, b. 1640 ; John ; and Samuel. To
this last, out of regard for his gr.mo. Cole gave, in 1653, an est. in B.
and confirm, it in his wUl. In 1673, he convey, his E. principality to s.
William and John, for support dur. life of self and w. See Willis I. 195.
William, North Yarmouth, s. of the preced. was driv. by the Ind. to
the W. and at Dorchester spent some yrs. freem. 1678, and d. 7 Nov.
1724. He had Isaac, b. a. 1672, and other childr. but their names are
not kn. nor their fortunes, exc. that one d. m. Amos Stevens of North
Yarmouth ; that Jemima, d. of William and Mary, aged 17, d. at Dor-
chester, 9 Nov. 1709 ; and that the eldest s. aft. near 40 yrs. resid. in
Antigua, came home, July 1737, and d. at his beautiful resid. in Medford,
7 June 1739. His s. Isaac was chos. a Provinc. Counsel, and serv. a

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long period as rep. but standing for the crown, on the outburst of the
revo..he went to Eng. and d. Oct. 1781. Sabine says, in Amer. Loy-
alists, 582, that his prop, was confiscat. If so, the claws of the harpies
employ, did not reach all, for he enjoy, a patriot gentleman's revenge,
and show, his resentment in making gift of more than 2,000 acres in
Worcester Co. to Harv. Coll. where he had not been educ. as foundat.
of the Royall Professorship of Law.

EoTCE. See Eoise.

EoTLE, Gabbiel, Plymouth 1643, unless this be, as I fear, a


EuCK, * John, Salem, s. of Thomas of the same, b. in Eng. m.
Hannah, d. of Thomas Spooner of the same, had bapt. there Eliz. and
Hannah, 18 May 1655; Sarah, 17 Dec. 1656; John, 6 Sept. 1657;
Thomas, 16 June 1659; and Mary, 6 Aug. 1665 ; beside Eebecca, wh.
m. 1689, John Appleton; was freem. 1665, in 1684 was aged 57, rep.
1685, 90 and 1 ; selectman 1686. He m. for sec. w. Eliz. wid. of John
Croade, d. of Walter Price, but in Vol. IL 127 and 184 of Essex Inst.
Hist. Coll. his name is giv. Burke. Hannah m. 24 Oct. 1676, Ben-
jamin Gerrish. He had the unhap. distinct, of being foreman of that gr.
jury wh. found one of the. five indictm. against Bridget Bishop, the first
suffer, under the infernal delusion of 1692. See Mather brief extr.
from Hale, more full in Calef, best in Essex Inst. II. 139. Samuel,
Boston, was freem. 1683, and possib. was again sw. 1690. Thomas,
Charlestown 1638, rem. with w. to Salem, freem. 13 May 1640, had
Stephen, bapt. 17 Apr. 1642, and prob. others, d. 1670, as did, I suppose,
his wid. for her inv. was tak. in Nov. of that yr. Thomas, innholder at
Boston 1651, m. 22 July 1656, Margaret Clark, and in 1675 had w. Eliz.
and ch. of these sev. ages : Eliz. 18, being b. 11 May 1657 ; Thomas, 16,
b. 9 July 1659 ; Sarah, 14; Abigail, 11 ; Peter, 9, wh. was H. C. 1685 ;
John, 6 ; and Margaret, 4. Thomas, Boston, s. of Thomas of the same, d.
in Eng. a 1652, in his will made there, of wh. admin, was giv. 16 June
1653, names f. Thomas, sis. Joane, w. of George Halsey, and Samuel and
John, perhaps cous. of Salem. It is impossible, I fear, exactly to dis-
crimin. these Eucks.

EuDD, Jonathan, New Haven, perhaps 1640, certain, took o. of
fidel. 1 Oct. 1644,'Saybrook 1646, adm. freem. 1651 at Hartford, m. in
the winter of 1647, by John Winth. of New London, wh. act. under
commis. from Mass. there, and made the young couple meet him half
way, bee. the snow was so deep, and he had no authority at S. See
Trumbull, Col. Eec. II. 568. Miss Caulkins, New London 48, tells the
story, with docum. in full, and has also commemo. it in verse. He prob.
d. 1668. His d. Patience m. 7 Oct. 1675, Samuel Bushnell. Other ch.

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prob. were Mary, suppos, first b. wh. m. 12 Dec. 1666, Thomas Bingham ;
Jonathan ; and Nathaniel. Jonathan, Norwich, prob. s. of the preced.
by w. Mercy, m. 19 Dec. 1678, had Mercy, b. 8 Oct. 1679 ; Jonathan,
18 Mar. 1682; Nathaniel, 22 May 1684; Mary, 15 Oct. 1686; and
• Abigail, 2 Feb. 1688. Nathaniel, Norwich, prob. br. of the preced.
m. 16 Apr. 1685, Mary Post, had Jonathan, b. 22 May 1693 ; Mary, 3
Feb. 1696; Lydia, 22 June 1697; and his w. d. Nov. 1705. By sec.
w. m. 81 Jan. 1706, he had Nathaniel, 6 Apr. 1707 ; Joseph, 31 Oct.
1708 ; and eight more ch. and he d. Apr. 1727.

Ruddock, or Ruddtk, Jolliff, Boston, perhaps s. of John, d. Sept.
1649. John, Sudbury, freem. 13 May 1640, one of the first sett, at
Marlborough, and town elk. 1660, also deac. The Ruddock fam. I
think of Trowbridge, Wilts.

RuEL, John, Saco, m. 1668, Emma, d. of William Seely.

RuGG, Daniel, Lancaster, s. of John, m. 1704, Eliz. Priest. John,
Maine, sw. alleg. to the king 1665. John, Lancaster 1654, freem.
1669, by first w. Martha Prescott, d. of John, wh. d. soon aft. hav. 1655,
two ch. wh. both d. m. 4 May 1660, sec. w. Hannah, had John, b. 4 June
1662; Mercy, 11 July 1664; Thomas, 15 Sept. 1666; Joseph, 15 Dec.
1668; Hannah, 2 Jan. 1671; Rebecca, 16 May 1673; Daniel, 15 Nov,
1678 ; and Jonathan, 10 Feb. 1681 ; d. a. 1696, at least his will was pro.
that yr. and next yr. his wid. was k. by the Ind. Hannah m. 1690,
John Ball ; and Rebecca m. Nathaniel Hudson. John, Lancaster, s. of
the preced* by w. Eliz. had John, wh. d. young ; Samuel ; Nathaniel, b.
1701; David"; Jonathan; Benjamin; Mary; and Abigail. He d. 1712.
Jonathan, Marlborough, youngest br. of the preced. m. Sarah, d. of
John Newton, had Bathsheba, b. 26 Oct. 1703 ; rem. to Framingham,
and had Sarah, 2 Oct. 1705 ; Hepzibah, 18 Jan. 1708 ; Abraham, 27
Apr. 1710 ; and his w. d. 7 May foil. He m. 11 Dec. aft. Hannah, d. of
Nathaniel Singletary, had Mehitable, 15 Sept. 1711 ; Hannah, 28 Nov.
1713; Jonathan, 27 Nov. 1716, d. young; John, 10 June 1718,; Eben-
ezer, 22 July 1720 ; and Jonathan, again, a. 1722. He had third w.
Eliz. liv. at his d. 25 Dec. 1753. Joseph, Lancaster, br. of the preced.
with his w. and three ch. and his mo. Hannah, was k. by the Ind. 1 697.
Robert, Conn. 1646, of wh. no more is kn. but that he was then bound
to keep the peace. Perhaps he was a trans, person. Thomas, Lancas-
ter, s. of John the*Erst, by w. Eliz. had Thomas, b. 6 Dec. 1691 ;. Wil-
liam, 16 Nov. 1693; Eliz. 20 Jan. 1695; Hannah, 26 Apr. 1697;
Abigail, 15 Mar. 1699; Sarah, 12 Feb. 1702; Mary, 30 May 1703;
Ruth, Sept. 1706; Tabitha, 10 Sept. 1708; Milicent, 11 Nov. 1710;
and Martha, 10 Nov. 1713. Barry thinks he liv. at Lexington. This
name belongs to an anc. fam. in Co. Norf. Eng. two of whom, says Lord
Braybrooke, were aldermen of* Norwich.


EuGGLES, Benjamin, Suffield, s. of the fourth John, but third of Eox-
bury, had seven ch. to leave when he d. 7 Sept. 1708, only 32 yrs. old.
George, Boston 1633, weaver, freem. 4 Mar. 1634,by w. Eliz. had
Eliz. bapt. 8 Dec. 1633 ; Mary, 3 Jan. 1636 ; John, 31 Dec. 1637 ; rem.
to Braintree, there had George, b. 5 May 1640, d. next yr. ; Rachel, .
15 Feb. 1643; Sarah, 29 Sept. 1645; Samuel, 3 Mar. 1649; and Me-
hitable, 16 July 1650; came back to Boston and d. bef. 1670, when
his wid. gave her share to his d. Sarah, wid. of John Wilmot, mari-
iner. His d. Eliz. m. 24 Apr. 1655, William Brown, and Rachel m.
Philip Squire. Jeffket, Boston, arr. in the fleet with Gov. Winth.

1630, and d. bef. the yr. end. He was from Sudbury in Co. SufF. and
therefore had been a near neighb. in their native Id. had w. Margaret,
wh. was No. 47 on our list of ch. mem. John, Boston 1630, fre'em. 3
July 1632, had w. Frances, No. 37 among ch. mem. and a d. wh. d. Jan.

1631, aged 11 yrs. of wh. Gov. Dudley writes well. See in Prince II.
17 and 69. "Whether he had other ch. or when he d. are unkn. but
his inv. was of 22 Jan. 1657. Perhaps he was br. of the preced. * John,
Eoxbury, came in the Hopewell, capt. Bundock, from London 1 635, aged
44, with w. Barbara, 30, and first b. ch. John, 2 ; a shoemaker from
Nazing in Co. Essex, a. 20 ms. from London, was freem. 18 Apr. 1637.
His w. d. Jan. 1638, in giv. b. to a stillb. ch. and to a sec. w. Margaret,
by wh. he had no ch. he gave half his est. was rep. 1658, 60, and 1, and
d. 6 Oct. 1663. His will that names only ch. John, was pro. Jan. foil.
John, Eoxbury, s. of Thomas, b. in Eng. came in the Hope.well, 1635,
aged 10, with his uncle John, but brot. by Philip Eliot,, says the ch. rec.
m. 24 Jan. 1651, Abigail, d. of Griffin Crafts, had John, b. 16 Oct. foil,
d. soon; John, again, bapt. 22 Jan. 1654; Thomas, 28 Jan. 1655, H. C.
1690, and Samuel, b. 16, bapt. 23 Aug. 1657 ; was freem. 1654; a serg.
and d. or was bur. 15 Sept, 1658. In his will of 9 Aug. preced* print,
in Geneal. Reg. IX. 139, he names the w. and three ch. His wid. m.
Edward Adams. John, Roxbury, s. of the first John of the same, b. in
Eng. m. 3 Apr. 1655, Mary, d. of John Gibson of Cambridge, had John,
b.'19 May 1657; Mary, bapt. with her br. John, 30 Jan. 1659, the w.
hav. join, to the ch. the week bef. Rebecca, b. 20, bapt. 28 Sept. 1 662 ;
Joseph, 25, bapt. 26 Dec. 1669 ; was freem. 1674. His w. d. 6 Dec.
1674, as with gr. minuteness Eliot tells in his ch. rec. and 15 Mar. aft.
he m. Sarah Dyer of Weymouth, had Benjamin, b. 1> Aug. 1676, H. C.
1693, the min. of Sufiield. His w. d. 2 May 1687, and he took third w.
Ruth, wh. d. 11 Apr. 1710, and he d. 25 Feb. 1712. Perhaps his d.
Mary m. 6 June 1682, John Searle. John, Boston, a butcher, s. of
George, freem. 1663, rem. in his latter days to Braintree, in his will of
10 Nov. 1707, pro. 11 Nov. 1709, gave s. John his est. in Boston, and


the rest of his prop, to s. Joseph, d. Eliz. Belcher, s. in law, Jonathan
Hayward, and gr.ch. Sarah H. s. in law Jonathan Jones, and gr.ch. Sa-
rah and Ruth J. w. Rebecca, and gr.ch. John Ruggles. John, Roxbury,
s. of John sec. of the same, a miller, m. 2 Sept. 1674, Martha, d. of Ed-
ward Devotion, had Abigail, b. 5 June, 1 675 ; his w. d. and he m. 1
May 1679, her sis. Hannah, had John, 16 Mar. 1680; Edward, 16 Nov.
1683, d. young; Rebecca, 14 Mar. 1685; Martha, 21 Dec. 1686; or
Sarah, 28 Feb. 1687; perhaps Dorothy, 20 Feb. 1688; and Edward,
again, 2 Oct. 1691. He d. 16 Dec. 1694; and his wid. d. 17 Dec. 1700,
but one tradit. is that she m. a Paine. Perhaps he liv. at Muddy riv.
and so the Roxbury rec. was neglect. John, Roxbury, s. of John third
of the same, m. 4 Nov. 1676, Mary, d. of John May, had Mary, b. 24
Sept.jfoll. d. young; Hannah, 15 July 1680; Mary, again, 23, bapt. 25
Dec. 1681 ; Sarah, 28 Feb. 1687, unless it should be Martha, 21 Dec.
1686 ; and perhaps Dorothy, 20 Feb. 1688 ; and I am unable to discrimin.
by the rec. Great care was need, among the earlier Johns ; but of the
last two, I kn. not wh. was the freem. of 1690. Four, five or six differ-
ent ones are call, junrs. and sometimes both deaths and marriages are in-
adeq. guides ; for I greatly fear that both Hannah and Martha, ws. of
one or the other John, as also part of their childr. respective, are here
interchangeab. confus. Nathaniel, Boston, a mariner, whose f. I can-
not trace, unless he were s. of Samuel the first of Roxbury, in his will
of wh. I discov. not the date, but it was pro. 15 Dec. 1702, aft. commit^
his " soul into the hands of my Creator and Redeemer the Ld. Jesus
Christ," a strange confusion of terms guarded against by the creed of
St. Athanasius, he gives to his " mo. Ann and to Sarah Paine, my
intend, w. all my est. in R." and makes Joseph Belknap jr. and William
Paine excors. * Samdel, Roxbury, s. of Thomas, brot. from Eng. by
his f. m. 10 Jan. 1655, Hannah, d. of George Fowle of Charlestown, had
Hannah, b. 21 Jan. 1656, d. in few wks. ; Mary, 10 Jan. 1657, d. young;
Samuel, I Jan. bapt. 20 Feb. 1659, the f. hav. join, the ch. the wk. bef. ;
Joseph, 12, bapt. 19 Feb. 1660; Hannah, again, perhaps 2, bapt. 22
Dec. 1661 ; Sarah, 18, bapt. 22 Nov, 1663, d. next yr.; Mary, again, 8
Dec. 1666, bapt. next day; and Sarah, again, 30 Aug. bapt. 5 Sept.
1669 ; in that yr. his w. d. 24 Octi and d. Hannah d. on 6 Nov. and d.
Sarah d. on 16 Nov. of the same yr. He m. 26 May .1670, Ann, d. of
Henry Brght of Watertown, had Thomas, b. 10, bapt. 12 Mar. 1671 ;
Ann, 30 Sept. bapt. 6 Oct. 1672; Nathaniel, 22, bapt. 29 Nov. 1674, d.
young; Eliz. b. 1 May, 1677; Henry, 7 July 1681 d. at 21 yrs.; and
Huldah, 4, bapt, 6 July 1684; was lieut. rep. 1689-92, and d. 15 Aug.
1692; and his wid. d. 5 Sept. 1711. Samuel, Boston, s. of George,
a weaver, in his will of 22 Dec. 1689, pro. 12 June 1697, names w.

588 RUM — K UN

Sarah, s. John, Samuel, and Jeremiah, and sis. Mehitable Richards.
Samuel, Roxbury, s. of Samuel of the same, m. 8 July 1680, Martha
Woodbridge, d. of Rer. John, had Samuel, b. 3 Dec. 1681, H. C. 1702,
min. of Billerica; Lucy, 8 Sept. 1683; Timothy, 3 Nov. 1685, H. C.
1707, min. of Rochester; Hannah, 16 Apr. 1688; Patience 9 Not.
1689; Martha, 1 Feb. 1692; Sarah, 18 June 1694, or Jan. 1695;
Joseph, 21 July 1696; Mary, 20 Sept. 1698; and Benjamin, 4 July
1700, Y. C. 1721, min. of Middleborough ; and d. 25 Feb. 1716. His
wid. d. 1738, at her son's in Billerica. Thomas, Roxbury, elder br. of
John first of the same, and prob. cousin of the first John of Boston, came
in 1 637, with w. Mary, and ch. Sarah, and Samuel ; their first s. had d.
in Eng. and the next, John, was brot. two yrs. bef. by Philip Eliot;
freem. 22 May 1639; d. 15 Nov. 1644. His will, made six ds. bef.
gives est. to w. and ch. John, Samuel, and Sarah. In his rec. of the ch.
Eliot inserts his name, among the bur. next to that of John Graves, and
adds, " he d. of a consumpt. These two brake the knot of the Nazing
Christians that came from that town in Eng." There, he had been,
prob. their spiritual guide. Mary the wid. of Thomas, m. aft. 1662, a
Roote, whose name of bapt. is unkn. and of her, at the date of her bur.
14 Feb. 1.675, Eliot writes thus: "Old mo. Roote, wh. was Thomas
Ruggles' wid. afore. She lived not only till past use, but till more
tedious than a child. She was in her 89th yr." Thomas, Guilford, s. of
John the sec. of Roxbury, ord. 1695, had Thomas, Y. C. 1723; and
other ch. for this, wh. succeed his f. in that pulpit, call. hims. eldest s. d. 1
June 1728. Sixteen of this name in 1834, had been gr. at the N. E. Coll.

Rdm. See Ram.

RuMBALL, Daniel, Salem 1644-1666, blacksmith, had 80 acres of Id.
laid out 5 Feb. 1644, was liv. 1681. Thomas, Stratford, came to Bos-
ton in the Truelove, 1685, aged 22, was out in the Pequot war next yr.
under Lyon Gardiner, so we may believe he was of Saybrook at that
time. His d. Bethia m. 12 June 1661, Robert Stewart of Norwalk, as
Hall, 186, tells.

RuMRiLL, RuMERELL, Or RuMMERELL, SiMON, Enfield, m. Feb.
1()!)2, Sarah Fairman, had Sarah, b. Feb. 1693; Simon, 1696; Ebene-
zrr, 1701 ; and John, 1704; perhaps pore. See Hinman 18.

RuMSKY, or RuMsiE, Robert, Fairfield, bef. 1670, had a fam. there
coiit. aft. 1700. Thomas, Boston 1678, an impostor, m. 1 July 1679,
R -lifcca, d. of our Seer. Edward Rawson, carr. her to London, and there
alinndon. her immed. See Coffin's Newbury, 398, or Geneal. Reg. IIL

Bundle, William, Greenwich 1672.

'.iuNDLET, Runlet, or Ranlet, Charles, Exeter, tak. by the Ind.
li. i '. v\a-i permit, to esc. and was drown. 1 Aug. 1709.

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Rusco, Reskie, Eeskoe, or Rescue, John, Norwalk, perhaps s. of
William, b. in Eng.m. at Hartford, 2 Jan. 1651, Rebecca Beebe, had in
1672 five ch. but their names or dates are unkn. exc. one, perhaps
Thomas, wh. with f. was liv. 1694. Nathaniel, Hartford, br. prob. el-
der of the preced. b. in Eng. m. 11 Nov. 1645, Joanna Corlet, if the
surname be not mistak. had Nathaniel, was freem. 1654, a surveyor 1661,
d. 1673. Nathaniel, Hartford, s. of the preced. was propound, for
freem. 1668. William, Cambridge, came in the Increase, 1635, aged
41, with w. Rebecca, 40 ; and ch. Sarah, 9 ; Mary, 7 ; Samuel, 5 ; Und
William, 1 ; his w. d. early, perhaps on the voyage, and in 1636 he m.
wid. Esther Musse or Must, rem. early to Hartford, where he was an
orig. propr. had Samuel, again, b. 12 Mar. 1648, and kept the prison in
1650. He came from Billericay in Co. Essex. His d. Sarah m. 10 Dec.
1646, Henry Cole; and Mary m. 19 Aug. 1647, Hugh Wells.

Rush, Jaspeb, Dorchester, freem. 1644, by w. Eliz. had Preserved,
b. 24 Sept. 1651 ; Eliz. 24 Oct. 1653, d. at 4 yrs. and Thankful, 21 Oct.
1657, d. next mo. He m. sec. w. Judith, 24 Mar. 1664, and d. 23 Feb.

RusHMORE, Thomas, Hempstead, L. I. 1663, was under jurisdict. of
Conn, but would not^erve as constable.

Russ, John, Newbury 1635, had perhaps Nathaniel, b. a. 1640;
John, 24 June 1641 ; Mary, 16 Feb. 1644; rem. next yr. to Andover,
there had Jonathan, Thomas, Josiah, and Joseph. His w. Margaret d.
10 July 1689, and he d. 4 Mar. 1692, aged 80. Mary m. 7 June 1662,
Andrew Foster. John, Andover, s. of the preced. prob. the freem. of
1691, m. 20 Aug. 1663, Deborah Osgood, perhaps d. of John, had Jo-
seph, wh. d. 10 June 1687; prob, Sarah, and other ch. Richard, a
soldier, perhaps of Weymouth, was w'ound. in 1675, in the fight when
Capt. Lathrop was k. and was reliev. of the bullet by a Dutch surgeon
in 1678.

Russell, Benjamin, Cambridge, 1670, s. of William, by w. Rebecca
had Rebecca, wh. d. 2 Feb. 1673; Jason, 10 May 1674; Benjamin, b.
and d. Apr. 1676 ; Joyce, 14 May 1677 ; and Sarah, 4 July 1679 ; per-
haps rem. soon aft. 1694. Daniel, Charlestown, sec. s. of Richard,
freem. 1676, was a preach, aft. leav. coU. for a short time perhaps at
New London, in 1675, where his townsman Bradstreet was the min. and
invit. to sett, at his native town 1678, but d. 4 Jan. of next yr. He had
m. a. 1676, Mehitable, d. of Samuel Willis of Hartford, and had only
ch. Mehitable, wh. had from him good est. and m. Rev. John Hubbard
of Jamaica, L. I. 12 June 1701 ; and aft. him m. 9 Dec. 1707, Rev.
Samuel Woodbridge. Her mo. m. 1 680, Rev. Isaac Foster, and next,,
his successor in the parish. Rev. Timothy Woodbridge as his first w.
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An elegy on the d. of Daniel is preserv. Eliezur, Boston, goldsmith,
s. of Rev. John of Hadley, d. late in 1690, unm. as we judge, for bis
will of 26 Dec. in that yr. names not w. o^ ch. but gives all to Rebecca,
d. of his br. Jonathan of Barnstable, and Ch. J. Sewall notes his funeral
on 2 Jan. foil. GegSSS. Hingham 1636, came in the Elizabeth from
London, 1635, aged 19, was of Hawkhurst, Co. Kent, m. 14 Feb. 1640,
Jane, wid. of Philip James, had Mary, bapt. 1 Apr. 1641 ; Eliz. Feb.
1643; and Martha, 9 Oct. 1645; rem^. to-Scituate next yr. had, also,
George and Samuel, b. to him by first w. and he d. prob. at Hingham,
says Deane, bef 1668. George, Scituate, s. of the preced. m. a Rog-
ers, d. of John of Duxbury, d. 1675, leav. s. George and John.
George, Boston 1679, youngest s. prob. of William, fifth Earl of Bed-
ford, and created first Duke of B. 1694, had been bred at Magdalen Col.

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