James Savage.

A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England, showing three generations of those who came before May, 1692, on the basis of Farmer's Register .. online

. (page 69 of 78)
Online LibraryJames SavageA genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England, showing three generations of those who came before May, 1692, on the basis of Farmer's Register .. → online text (page 69 of 78)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


Oxford, as Wood's Fasti shows, taking his A. M. Feb. 1667, by order of
our Gen. Ct. 4 Feb. 1680, adm. freem. "if he please to accept," and the
rec. says that 13 Feb. foil, hfe took the o. bef. the Gov. and Assist, but
prob. went home bef the execut. in 1 683, of his br. the celebr. martyr.
Lord William, m. Mary Pendleton, the d. of a London merch. and d.
1692, leav. s. William, who d. unm. See the note in Hutch. L 332, and
Collins's Peerage, Vol. I. 268, of Ed. 5. Henry, Weymouth 1 639, made
his will 28 Jan. 1640, pro. 9 Oct. foil, names w. Jane, and only ch. Eliz.
HENRY,Ipswich 1665, said then to be bS yrs. old. He- was possib. of
Salisbury 1652, perhaps of Marblehead 1668-1 674, tho. I think this was
much youriger man, the br. of John, wh. in his will, 26 Aug. 1633, gave
him portion of his est. A Henry of New Hampsji. on the gr. jury
1684, may have been bis s. Jambs, New Haven 1643 or earlier, d.
1673, and bis wid. Mary d. 1674. He is thot. to have had s. William,
perhaps b. in Eug. the f. of Noadiah. X * James, Charlestown, eldest
s. of Hon. Richard, m. Mabel, d. of Gov. Haynes of Conn, had Mabel,
b. 1 May 1665, perhaps at Hartford, and may have d. there; James,
bapt. 5 Apr. 1668; Mabel, again, 23 Jan. 1670; Richard, 17 Mar.
1672, d. at 17 yrs.; John, 29 June 1673; Maud, 25 June 1676; Mary,
10 Oct; 1680 ; and Daniel, b. 30 Nov. 1685 ; but the last two were by sec.
w. Mary, d. of Heni-y Wolcott the sec. was freem. 1668, rep. 1679, treas.
of the Col. and an Assist. 1680 and onwards, named counsel, in the
new chart, was a judge of Pro. and treas. of the Prov. He bad third
w. Abigail, d. of George Curwin, wid. of Eleazer Hathorne, and d. 28
Apr. 1709. Jason, Cambridge, s. of William, m. 27 May 1684, Mary
Hubbard, had Hubbard, b. a. 1687, and perhaps more. John, Dorches-
ter, d. 26 Aug. 1633, and in his nuncup. will, gave to his brs. Henry R.
and Thomas Hyatt, half his est. and half to the ch. of D. and set free his
man serv. John, Cambridge, freem. 3 Mar. 1636, towm elk. in 1645,



RUSSELL. 591

constable in 1648, brought, no doubt, s. John, b. a. 1626, H. C. 1645,
rem. soon aft. to Wethersfield, where had raged a very unpleasant quat-
rel betw. Rev. Henry Smith and a part of his people, end. in 1648 by
his death. He next yr. m. Dorothy, the wid. of Mr. Smith, and the s.
succeed, him as min. By fornier w. he had also Philip, b. perhaps in
Eng. perhaps at our Cambridge; rem. 1659 to Hadley, and d. 8 May
1680, aged 83. Hinmau calls him a rep. 1646-8, but tho. he says noth-
ing else of him, p. 70, I suppose that is wrong. In neither of those yrs.
does Trumbull's Col. Rec. so honor him, indeed he was not made freem.
bef. 1655, nor was he ever so chosen. If my conjecture would benefit
the eye of a reader of those rec. he might see the name that misled H.
to be John Bissel, sometimes Byssel, wh. was more than half the time
that R. liv. in Conn, one of the reps. John, Charlestown 1640, one of
the first sett, of Woburn, freem. 1644, was shoemaker and deac. had w.
Eliz. wh. d. 16 Dec. 1644, s. John, perhaps b. in Eng. and d. Mary, wh.
m. 2 Dec. 1659, Timothy Brooks ; and no others are ment. in his will
of 27 May 1676, five days bef. he d. But he had m. sec. w. 13 May
1645, Eliz. Baker, perhaps d. of William of Charlestown, and she d. 17
Jan. 1690. Some distinct, is justly claim, for him as one of the founders
of the first Bapt. ch. of Boston, 1669, gather, first in Noddle's isl. some
yrs. earlier, and was its elder or deac. John, Marshfield, 1643-51.
John, Wethersfield, s. of John of the same, b. in Eng. m. at Hartford,
28 June 1649, Mary d. of John Talcott, had John, b. 23 Sept. 1650 (by
the false rec. in Geneal. ^^leg. XII. 197, said to be bapt. that day, wh.
was Monday), wh. d. at 20 yrs. and Jonathan, 1655, H. C. 1675, but
this s. may have been by sec. w. Rebecca, d. of Thomas Newberry of
Windsor, wh. d. 21 Nov. 1688, aged 57. In 1650 he was made freem.
but aft. long controv. that may seem to have been the pastor's inherit,
from his predecess. in 1659, he had rem. to Hadley, and carr. both s.
with major part of the ch. had Samuel, b. 4 Nov. 1660, H. C. 1681;
Eleazer, 8 Nov. 1663, wh. d. bef. his f. Daniel, 8 Feb. 1666, d. next yr.
and he d. 10 Dec. 1692, aged 66. At his ho. in Hadley were long con-
ceal, the regicides, Whalley and Goffe, wh. d. there some yrs. apart, and
both corpses were bur. in his ground close to the foundat. of his ho.
where, to contradict an absurd tradit. of rem. of the bones to New Ha-
ven, the authentic remains were, a few yrs. since ascert. by rem. of the
cellar wall for the railroad. John, Woburn, s. of John of the same, b. per-
haps in Eng. a shoemaker, m. 31 Oct. 1 661, Sarah Champney, perhaps d. of
John of Cambridge, had John, b. 1 Aug. 1662; Joseph, 15 Jan. 1664; Sam-
uel, 3 Feb. 1667, d. at 10 mos. Sarah, 10 Feb. 1671 ; EUz. 19 Feb. 1673 ;
Jonathan, 6 Aug. 1 675 ; and Thomas, 5 Jan. 1 678. After the loss of their
teacher, Gould, by the first Bapt. ch. in Boston, to wh. he had unit. hims.



592 RUSSELL.

earlier than his f. perhaps 1666, he was engag.and rem. to B. was ord. 28
July 1679, but d. 22 Dec. 1680. His wid. ret. to W. and d. 25 Apr. 1696.
John, Cambridge 1652, by w. Eliz. had Martha, wh. d. 7 Nov. 1675;
was prob. freem. 1681, tho. as both senr. and junr. of C. were then adm.
it may be uncertain, wh. of the two was the s. of William. John, New
Haven 1664, perhaps had been empl. in iron works at Taunton, by w.
Hannah had Hannah, b. 1670; William, Sept. 1676, d. young; ano. ch.
Aug. 1679, d. soon; and John, 1 Nov. 1680; and d. 1681, says Dodd,
and his wid. Hannah m. Eobert Dawson. * John, Dartmouth, wh. serv.
as rep. 1665-83. exc. 1666 and 73, and was on the import. Comtee. for
distrib. the charita. contrib. from Ireland 1677, could not have been the
same as the preced. for he was s. of Ralph of D. and d. 13 Feb. 1695. His
w. Dorothy d. 18 Dec. 1687. By her prob. he had Joseph, b. 6 May 1650,
perhaps John, for in the list of townsmen 1686, he is call. sen. John,
Woburn, s. of John the sec. of the same, m. 21 Dec. 1682, lEliz. Palmer,
had John, b. 20 Sept. 1683, d. at 14 yrs. ; Joseph, 3 Oct. 1685 ; Stephen,

25 Aug. 1687; Eliz. 21 June 1690 ; Samuel, 16 July 1692; Sarah, 15
Oct. 1694; John, again, 19 Aug. 1697 ; Ruth, 16 Jan. 1699; Jonathan,
7 Nov. 1700 ; Mary, 2 Mar. 1703 ; and Thomas, 26 June 1705, and d.

26 July 1717. His wid. d. a. 1723. John, New Haven, s. of Ralph,
m. 17 Aug. 1687, Hannah, d. of Matthew Moulthrop, had Hannah, b. 18
Feb. 1689; Lydia, 18 Sept. 1692; John, 15 Jan. 1695; Abigail, 19
May 1701 ; Rachel, 15 Dec. 1703 ; Mabel, 14 July 1706 ; and Sarah,
25 Feb. 1712 ; was a capt. and d. 13 Feb. 1724. Jonathan, Dart-
mouth, perhaps br. of John senr. of the same, took o. of fidel. 1684.
Jonathan, Barnstable, s. of John of Hadley, m. Martha, d. of Rev.
Joshua Moody, as is said, had Rebecca, b. at H. 7 July 1681 ; and at B.
where he was ord. 19 Sept. had Martha, 29 Aug. as Baylies IV. 83,
says, bapt. 16 Sept. 1683, d. at 3 yrs. John, 3 Nov. 1685, H. C. 1704;
Abigail, 2 Oct. 1687; Jonathan, 24 Feb. bapt. 16 Mar. 1690, Y. C.
1708; Eleazer, 12, bapt. 17 Apr. 1692; Moody, 30 Aug. bapt. 2 Sept
1694; Martha, again, bapt. 24 Jan. 1697; Samuel, 1, bapt. 7 May
1669 ; Joseph and Benjamin, tw. 11 Oct. 1702, both d. 12 Feb. foil, and
Hannah, 12 Sept. 1707. He d. 20, or as Baylies has it, 2 Feb. 1711,
and his wid. d. 28 Sept. 1729. Joseph, Cambridge, s. of William, b. in
Eng. m. 23 June 1662, Mary d. of Jeremy (not as in Vol. I. 155 call.
Andrew) Belcher, wh. d. 23 June 1691 ; and the d. Martha d. three
days aft. He had first Mary, bapt. 8 Jan. 1665 ; also Abigail, bapt. 17
May 1 668, sev. others, as Walter, Samuel, Jeremiah, John, and Prudence
of dates unkn. and made his will 14 Nov. 1694, nam. br. Bfeniamin
excor. His d. Abigail m. Matthew Bridge sec. of C. Joseph, Dart-
mouth, s. of John of the same, by w. Eliz. had Joseph and John, tw. b.



RUSSELL. 593

22 Nov. 1679.' His w. d.^5 Sept.. 1737 ; and he d. 11 Dec. 1739, aged
'89. "Joseph, New Haven, s. of Ralph, m. 1687, Jane Blackman, had
Joseph, b. 1687, d. young; and Samuel, 23 Apr. 1697. Nathaniel,
Duxbury 1657, says Winsor, wh. tells no more. Noadiah, Middletown,
s. of William of New Haven ; in a few wks. after ent. at coll. the Gen. Ct.
of Conn, conclud. that it was " more advantag. for the said N. that his ho.
and Id. be sold, and the pay rec. be improv. for the bring, of him up in
Coll. learn, than to leave his learn, and enjoy his ho. and Id. he being
likely to prove a useful instrument in the wk. of God," permit the sale of
est. " left him by his gr.f. and f." Trumbull CoU Rec. II. 323. After
Oct. 1683, he prepar. the Cambridge Almanac, 1684, taught the gr. sch.
at Ipswich, until the end of Feb. 1687, then wenti to M. and was ord. 24
Oct. 1688, being "Wednesday, the usual day of the week for such solemnit.
was one of the founders of Yale- Coll. He m. 20 or 28 Feb. 1690, Mary,
d. of Giles Hamlin, Esq. had William, b. 1690 ; Noadiah, 1692 ; Giles,
1693; Mary, 1695; John, 1697; Esther, 1699; Daniel, 1702; Mehita-
ble, 1704 ; and Hannah, 1705 ; and of the value of his serv. we may be
instructed by the doleful verses reprint, in the M. newspap. of 7 Feb.
1854. Of the ch. we learn by Field's Statist. Acco. of Middlesex, 44,
that the eldest and the youngest, William, and Daniel, were min. bred
at Yale, of wh. the former succeed, his f. at M. 1 June 1715, and d. 1
June 1761. Philip, Hatfield, younger br. of Rev. John of Hadley, m,
4 Feb. 1664, Joanna, d. of Rev. Henry Smith, whose wid. had m. his f.
She with a d. Joanna, b. 31 Oct. d. 28 Dec. foil, and he m. 10 Jan. 1.666,
Eliz. d. of Stephen Terry, had John, b. 1667; Samuel, 1669; PhiUp,
1671; and Stephen, 1674; she was k. by the Ind. 19 Sept. 1677, with
her youngest s. and Samuel was k. by them on their road to Canada.
He m. 3d w. 25 Dec. 1679, Mary, d. of Edward Church, had Samuel,
again, 1680; Thomas, 1683; Mary, 1686, d. soon; Mary, again, 1686;
Philip, 1688; and Daniel, 1691. He was a glazier, and d. in Apr. or
May 1693. His s. Thomas was k. by the Ind. 19 July 1704 ; whpn four
brs. and one sis. surv. Ralph, Dartmouth, had come from Pontipool,
Co. Monmouth, was one of the first sett, at Dartmouth, had been, I think,
at Taunton, engag. in the iron works with the Leonards, is call. anc.
of the fam. of Russells at New 'Bedford, wh. rec. its name, from a
descend, in the fourth generat. He had s. John. Ralph, New Haven,
m. 12 Oct. 1663, Mary Hitchcock, perhaps d. of Matthew, had John, b.
14 Dec. 1664; Joseph, 20 Mar. 1667; Samuel, 1671; and Edward,
Feb. 1673, wh. d. soon, and he d. 1676, not 1679, as Dodd gave it to
Farmer, for his inv. bears date, says Mr. Judd, 28 Feb. of the earlier yr.
1*11 Richard, Charlestown, came with newly m. w. Maud, 1640, from
Hereford, as common, is told, where he was b. 1611, s. of Paul, but

50*



594 RUSSELL.

apprent. 4 Oct. 1628, at Bristol. They wer| adm. of the ch. 22 May^
1641 ; and he was freem. 2 June foil, had James, b. 1 Oct. 1640, bapt.'
30 May foil. -Daniel, H. C. 1669; Catharine; and Eliz. b. 12 Oct.
1644; but neither the b. nor bapt. of either of the two preced. is kn.
His w. d. 1652; and perhaps 1655, he m. Mary, wid. of Leonard
Chester of Hartford, had no ch. by her, and d. 14 May 1676, in his 65th
yr. hav. by will provid. for sev. good works. The wid. d. 30 Nov. 1688,
aged a. 80, says gr.st. His d. Catharine m. 29 Nov. (of the yr; wh.
Frothingham 145, calls 1654, by mistake) William Roswell ; and Eliz.
m. 24 or 29 Aug. 1664, Nathaniel Graves or Greaves ; and next, 15
Oct. 1684, Capt. John Herbert of Reading, and d. 18 Oct. 1714, aged 70
yrs. He began early, to be^ much esteem, was selectman 1642, ar. co.
1644, rep. 1646, and many yrs. more, speaker 1648, and oft. aft. treas.
of the Col. twenty yrs. and assist. 1659, to his d. Robeet, Andover,
m. 6 July 1659, Mary Marshall, freem. 1691, had Robert, wh. d. 27
May 1689, perhaps other childr. and d. 1710, in his 80th yr. having
5 s. as Farmer says ; but names and dates are defic. Roger, Marble-
head, in 1674, may have been s. or br. of Henry of the same. Samusl,
Branford, s. of Rev. John of Hadley, at Deerfield, there, I presume,
serv. sev. yrs. m. Abigail, d. of John Whiting, a. 1685, had John, b. 24
Jan. 1687; Abigail, 16 Aug. 1690; Samuel, 28 Sept. 1693; Timothy,
18 Nov. 1695; Daniel, 19 June 1698; Jonathan, 21 Aug. 1700; and
Ebenezer, 4 May 1703; was ord. Mar. 1687, and d. 15 June 1731,
says Farmer; and his wid. d. 7 May 1733. Samuel, New Haven,
s. of Ralph, m. 27 Feb. 1696, Esther Tuttle, had Samuel, b. 1697;
Esther, 4 May, 1699; Mary, Jan. 1701, d. soon; one, d. 17 Aug.
1702; Ralph, d. Aug. 1703 ; Joseph, d. Dec. 1706; Daniel; and Abel;
atad d. 26 June 1624. Thomas, Charlestown, a gent, with prefix of Mr.
in the ch. rec. when he was adm. 23 Jan. 1676, was made freem. next
mo. m. 30 Dec. 1669, Prudence, d. of Leonard Chester, had Mary, b.
27 Sept. bapt. 2 Oct. 1670, her mo. hav. join, the ch. 12 June preced.
Thomas, b. 30, bapt. 31 Mar. 1672 ; and Prudence, bapt. 28 Mar. 1675 ;
and he d. 20 Oct. 1676, said to be 35 yrs. old. His wid. d. 21 Oct.
1 678. He is call. capt. but whose s. he was is not told, nor does his
gr.st. ment. the age. As he m. the d. of Richard's sec. w. he may have
been s. of R. perhaps brot. from Eng. perhaps b. here, for his adm. to the
ch. was 3 mos. only bef. that of Daniel. Thomas, Marblehead 1674.
William, Cambridge, 1645, or few yrs. earlier, a carpenter, brot. w.
Martha and s. Joseph, b. a. 1636, bapt. in Eng. says the reg. of match-
less Mitchell, had, perhaps, Phebe, wh. d. 8 July 1642 ; and prob. b. on
this side of the water, Benjamin; John, 11 Sept. 1645 ; Martha ; Philip,
a. 1650; perhaps that Thomas wh. d. 21 July 1653; William, 28 Apr.



RUS — RUT 595

1655; Jason, 14 Nov. 1658; all but Thomas bapt. at C. Joyce, 31
Mar. bapt. 13 May 1660; and he d. 14 Feb. 1662. He made his will
13 days preced. His wid. m. 24 Mar. 1665, Humphrey Bradshaw ; and
next, 24 May 1683, Thomas Hall, and d. a. 1694. Joyce m. 13 Oct.
1680, Edmund Rice of Sudbury. William, New Haven, s. prob. of
James of the same, bapt. in Eng. 11 Oct. 1612, by w. Sarah, d. of Wil-
liam Davis, had Samuel, bapt. 16 Feb. 1645 ; Hannah, b. 29 July, bapt.
4 Aug. 1650 ; John, 1653, d. young; and Noadiah, 22, bapt. 24 July
1659 (not as print, in Geneal. Reg. IX. 362, 25 July, wh. was "Monday),
H. C. 1681. His w. d. 1664, and he d. next yr. tho. by one rept. he d.
24 Dec. 1664, and she soon aft. Hannah m. a Potter of Wallingford, and
rem. soon to New Jersey. William, Boston, a mason, m. 7 Sept. 1653,
wid. Alice Sparrow, had Eliz. b. 22 Apr. 1659, wasliv. in 1662. One of
the same name was of Southampton, L. I. 1673 ; and Eaton makes one
WiUiam to be among early sett, of Reading. William, Cambridge, s. of
William of the same, m. 18 Mar. 1683, Abigail, d. of Edward Winship,
had perhaps other ch. beside Abigail, wh. d. 20 June 1710, aged 21 yrs.
and ^ ; and Edward, wh. d. 21 Jan. 1696, aged 11 mos. In 1834, twen-
ty-nine of this name had been gr. at Harv. fifteen at Yale, and fourteen
at the other N. E. coll. among wh. Farmer reckons only 13 clerg.

Rust, Edward, Dedham, adm. of the ch. 1 Oct. 1665. Henrt,
Hingham 1635, freem. Mar. 1638, rem. to Boston bef. 1651, on 31 Mar.
of wh. yr. he was rec. to be an inhab. Israel, Northampton, m. 9 Dec.
1669, Rebecca, d. of William Clark, had Nathaniel, b. 1671 ; Samuel,
1673, d. at 29 yrs.; Sarah, 1675 ; Experience, 1677; Israel, 1679;
Jonathan, 1681 ; beside Rebecca, and John ; andd. 11 Nov. 1712. *Na-
THANiEL, Ipswich, freem. 1674, was rep. 1690 and 1. It may seem
prob. that he was br. of Israel. Nicholas, Springfield, took the o. of
alleg. 1678. Samuel, Boston^ a soldier under capt. SiR in Philip's war,
in a memor. 15 Apr. 1676, ask. for his wages, says he had serv. 9 mos. '
had a w. and fam. but the name is not found in the rec. of B. and per-
haps he lost his life in the war.

Ruth, Vincent, freem. of Mass. 1645, as says the rec. wh. I do not
believe. Neither can any hesitation be felt in adm. the probabil. of a
conject. of Rev. L. R. Paige, tbat it stands for V. Druce, the Hingham
man. See that name.

Rutherford, or Rudderford. See Rotherford.

RuTTER, John, Sudbury, came 1638, in the Confidence from South-
ampton, aged 22, as serv. of Peter Hodges, by w. Eliz. had Eliz. b. 6
Oct. 1642; John, 7 July 1645; Joseph, 1 May 1656; and prob. others.
His wid. m. that Thomas Plympton wh. was k. in Sudbury fight. John,
Marlborough, s. of the preced. prob. was the high whig, 1689, ment. in
Revo, in N. E. justif. p. 30.



596 EUT — RYL

EuTTT. Edwakd, Milford 1677, rem. next yr. to KiUingworth, m. 6
May 1678, Eebecca, d. of Thomas Stevens of the same, had Mercy, b.
1679; Edward, 1680; Eebecca, 1685; Phebe, 1687; Gary, 1689;
Thomas, 1691; Abigail, 1696; and d. 1 May 1714. His wid. d. 26
Feb. 1737.

Etall, William. See Eoyall.

Etdeat, John. See Eediate.

Eyland, Jeremiah, Dorchester 1654, very poor. See Hist. 183..



MOKE ADDITIONS AND COERECTIONS

IN VOL. I.

P. 4. 1. 18, aft, 1700. Ins. Tho. arrest, on a warrant, with sev. other infio. persons, in
Apr. 1692, for witchr. he escap. prosec. perhaps as not old eno. for the devil's prey.

P. 9. 1. 15 from hot. aft. 1673. ins. Eliashib, Bristol, s. of Edward of Medfield, was
unm. Feb. 1689.

" 1. 11 from bot. for tJie aft. 1657, c. Mary,

P. 19. 1. 10, aft. 1724. ins. Samuel, Milford, perhaps s. of Josiah by his first w. had
w. Esther, and d. 1697.

" 1. 11, aft. eldest, strike out " br. of the preced." and ins. s. by sec. w. of Josiah the
first.

P. 22. 1. 5, aft. Eoxbury ; add, Joanna m. Ephraim Hurd;

P. 23. 1. 7, aft. Alice, add, beside Kuth.

P. 28. 1. 1, bef. 1675, ins. 14 Oct.

P. 31. 1. 1, at the end, add, spell. Allin,

P. 33. 1. 2, aft. New Haven, erase the rest of the line.

" 1. 4 from bot. bef. Joseph, ins. *

" 1. 3 from bot. aft. 1724, add, aged 71, as Babson tells; and in his vol. we learn,
that he m. 1680, Rachel Griggs, prob. d. of William, had Joseph, b. 1681 ; Jere^
miah, 1682; and Eachel, 1684; and his w. d. 26 Apr. of that yr. In ^e same
yr. he m. Rose Howard, and had Solomon, 1685 ; Benjamin, 1687 ; as. without
name; Thomas, 1689; Ann, 1691; John, 1692; Rose, 1694; "William, 1696;,
Mercy, and Patience, tw. 1697; Jeremiah, again, 1698; Samuel, 1701; Zemba-
bel, 1703 ; and Moses, 1706. He was capt. and rep. 1705.

P. 34. 1. 20 from bot. for Kerly r. Kirby

P. 37. 1. 19, aft. 1602. ins. His will of 7 June 1678 nam. w. Eliz. and the three elder
s. only ; and he d. 30 Jan. foil.

P. 39. 1. 17, aft. 1674. ins. His will was of 2 Jan. in that yr. and the wid. Mary
took admin.



ADDITIONS AND COEKECTIONS. 597

P. 40. 1. 3 from bot. for Seaborn r. John — also for Hampton r. Plymouth

P. 41. 1. 13, aft. m. ins. 11 Jan. 1672,

" 1. 15, aft. 1683; add, Sarah, 29 Aug. 1685; Ebenezer, 22 Nov. 1687; Stephen, 4
Mar. 1690;

" 1. 16, strike out "others, as is said." and ins. Susanna, 3 Oct. 1693. John, New-
Haven, B. of the first John, m. 20 Mar. 1689, Abigail, d. of Edward Grannis, had
Abigail, b. 9 Jan. foil. Mary, 26 Aug. 1693; Elijah; and Hezekiah; and had
perhaps by sec. w. John, 1 Oct. 172B; and Christopher, 29 Aug. 1735.

" 1. 17, erase prob.

" 1. 15 from bot. aft. "will" ins. of 17 July 1682

" 1. 14 from bot. erase " Samuel &c. to the end of the 1.

" 1. 7 from bot. aft. 1709. ins. Samuel, New Haven, s. of the first Jolm, had Eliz. b.
19 Dec. 1691 ; and Joseph, 29 Mar. 1694.

P. 45. 1. 16, for "is not seen" r. was Bartholomew

" 1. 18, strike out "prob." — also, aft. unm. ins. He was a sea capt.

" 1. 10 from bot. for "one" r. Eliz.

" 1. 9 from bot. for "one perhaps the same" r. Jemima — also, aft. m. ins. 24 Mar.
1692.

" 1. 2 from bot. aft. ^490, ins. His wid. m. 1694, John Miles.

P. 50.1. 8, aft. 1657 ; ins. beside Martha, again, 23 Eeb. 1660.

" 1. 17 from bot. strike ont, "and I kn. no more." and ins. Isaac, 29 Aug. 1680;
John, 28 Dec. 1685 ; Thomas, 9 Jan. 1687 ; Jacob, 29 Feb. 1688 ; and Abraham,
15 Oct. 1692, as suppl. by a scrupul. writer in Geneal. Reg. XV. 21, tho. I feel
compel, to change an impossib. date.

P. 52. 1. 11, aft. Treat, ins. wh. d. 5 Dec. 1727, — also, aft. 1738. ins. A sec. w. Abi-
gail, d. 9 Sept. 1742.

" 1. 15 from bot. for Farmington r. Fairfield

" 1. 10 from bot. for John r. Sarah

" 1. 8 from bot. aft. Mary, ins. bapt. 19 May 1689; John,

P. 53..1. 4, strike out all bef. 1690, and ins. Stephen, prob. 21 Sept.

" I. 5, bef. bapt. ins. b. 7 Feb. — also, bef. 24 ins. 20, bapt. — also, strike out, "per-
haps more" and ins. Joanna, b. 24 May 1698; James, 1 Aug. 1701.

" 1. 13, for Thomas r. Mary

" 1. 15, aft. Paul, ins. 2, not — also, aft. 1689, strike out the rest of the sentence, and
ins. Ebenezer, b. 28 Aug. 1692, d. in few wks.

" 1. 21, bef. Edwakd. ins. He d. 1673.

P. 54. 1. 13, bef. 1643; ins. 15 Apr. — also, bef. M45; ins. 12 Aug.

" 1. 14, bef. 1647; ins. 26 Feb.— also, bef. 1648; ins. 31 Oct.

" 1. 15, for 1652 r. 26 May 1651

" 1. 17, aft. Benjamin, ins. June — also, aft. 1682. add. His wid. d. May 1694.

" 1. 20, bef. Barnes ; strike out " a " and ins. as sec. w. Thomas

" 1. 18 from bot. aft. Hannah, ins. in town rec. call. Susanna, b, 12 Aug. 1659 ;

" 1. 3 from bot. aft. Joseph, ins. Eliz. bapt. Mar. 1638; — also, aft. Ephraim, ins. 18,
not, as once said 8, Oct 1640;

P. 55. 1. 9, strike out "and perhaps others." and ins. Caleb, 16 Aug. 1682, d. next yr.
and Seth, 2 May 1684.

" 1. 12, aft. "Very, ins. Babson, wh. dates the m. 17 Nov. 1681, adds the ch. Thomas,
b. 1686; Francis, 1689; Abigail, 1692; and Hannah, 1702.

" 1. 17, aft. Eliz. ins. Eoeekt, Rowley, call. son. when he d. June 1668, leav. good
est. for w. Grace.

P. 56. 1. 17 from bof. strike out "perhaps he had others." and ins. Other ch. were



598 ADDITIONS AND CGEEECTIONSi

John, b. 30 Sept. 1658; Kuth, 6 Aug. 1660; Eliz. 22 Sept. 1665; Ephraim, 27
Oct. 1667, d. under two yrs. Abigail, 7 Jan. 1670 ; Stephen, 6 Mar. 1672 ; Ben-
jamin, 4 Mar. 1676 ; and one b. 2 Nov. 1679, d. very soon.

P. 57. 1. 1, for 1640 r. 1649

" 1. 9, aft. yr. add, and Eliz. again, wh. m. Sept. 1704 Joshua Norwood.

P. 60. 1. 13, aft. Martha, Ins. d. of the first John Baker of Ipswich, -also, aft. sea,

P. 63"l'. 3, aft. m. ins. Oct. 1668, — also aft.^utchinson, add, and d. 26 Nov. 1674.

" 1. 13, erase perhaps

" 1. 4 from hot. for Aksmbee r. Abmsbee

P. 64. 1. 3, strike out "and prob. was d."

" 1. 4, aft. Wihdham, add, had no fam. shown on rec.

" 1. 12, at the end, add, Stephen, Windham, s. of Benjamin, by w. Hannah had Han-
nah, b. 1 Dec. 1710, d. at 3 mos. Abigail, 1 May 1712 ; Hannah, again, 23 Mar.
1714 ; Jonathan, 26 Aug. 1715 ; Sarah, 21 June 1717 ; and Mary, 17 Feb. 1720.

P. 66. 1. 19 from bot. aft. 71. add, His wid. d. 15 Feb. 1706, at Rochester.

" 1. 17 from. bot. for bef. 1717 r. 11 Feb. 1709.

P. 70. 1. 6 from bot. bef. Col. strike out lieut.

P. 73. 1. 9 from bot. aft. told; add rem. to Bristol, there in Feb. 1689 count, four ch.

P. 75. 1. 3 from bot. strike out, had a w. &c. to the end of the 1. and ins. m. 24 June
1680, Lydia, d. of John Koekwell of Windsor, and both h. and w. without ch.

P. 76. 1. 1, bef. 1688. ins. 22 Oct. — also, aft. 1688. ins. David, New Haven, eldest s.
of the preced. had Joanna, b. 24 Feb. 1683 ; Abigail, 18 Jan. 1685 ; and Joshua,
6 Dec. 1686. Ebenezek, New Haven, br. of the preced. m. 11 Dee. 1691, Abi-
gail, eldest d. of James Heaton, had four ch. John, br. of the preced. had ten ch.

" 1, 8, strike out " prob."

" 1. 13, aft. 1698; add, Lydia, again, 31 July 1701,

" 1. 6 from bot. strike out " prob."

" 1. 5 from bot. aft. Ailing, add, had ten ch.

P. 80. 1. 10, for ano. d. r. Rebecca

" 1. 8 from bot. for Joshua r. David

P. 84. 1. 7, for 1667 r. 1669

" 1. 8, for 13 r. 18

" I. 19 from bot. aft. same, strike out down to Obadiah, and ins. had John, b. 18
Mar. 1648; Zechariah, 24 Oct. 1650; Nathaniel, 13 May 1655; Joseph, 16 Mar.
1659 ; and Sarah, 17 Jan. 1661. His w. d. 25 July 1662, and he m. 26 Mar. foil.
Mary Wooddam, prob. d. of John of Ipswich, and there liv. 1679. John, Ipswich,
m. Susanna, d. of Mark Symonds, had Edward, b. 12 Feb. 1659 ; Mark, 14 Dec.
1660 ; William, 1 May 1662 ; Nathaniel, 6 July 1664 ; and others, prob. as Sarah,
John, Samuel, Thomas, and Joseph; rem. bef. 1672, to Brookfield, and -was
there k. by the Ind. 3 Aug. 1675. His wid. Susanna, d. 8 Feb. 1683. Moses,
Dorchester, m. 3 Aug. 1666, Bethia Millet, prob. d. of Thomas, had Moses, and
she d. 15 Apr. 1669. He was, I think, mariner, or merch. for, in Sept. 1684,
contrib. for his redempt. from Algerine capt. was made ace. Hist, of D. 249.



Online LibraryJames SavageA genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England, showing three generations of those who came before May, 1692, on the basis of Farmer's Register .. → online text (page 69 of 78)