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



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JOHN, Hadley, s. of Timothy, m. 29 Mar. 1689, Hannah, d. Samuel Porter, who d. within 2 mos. and he m. 27 Nov. 1691, Elizabeth d. of Joseph Kellogg, had Rebecca, b. 27 Feb. 1693; John, 2 July 1694; MOSES, 2 July 1696; Elizabeth 15 Dec. 1698, d. in few days; Timothy, 13 Nov. 1699; Abigail, 10 Apr. 1702; Stephen, 20 Sept. 1704; Daniel, 8 Dec. 1706; Samuel, 29 Jan. 1709; Phineas, 18 Jan. 1713, d. at 2 mos.; and Enos, 21 Apr. 1714. JOSEPH, New Haven, s. of Thomas, by w. Mary, wh d. 25; Dec. 1654 had John, b. 12, bapt. 14 July 1650; Hannah, 21 [[vol. 3, p. 262]] Jan. 1652, bapt. 4 days aft. not 2, as the rec. in Geneal. Reg. IX. 361, has it; perhaps ano. d. wh. d. a few wks. aft. her mo.; was freem. of that Col. 1657, and rem. to Hartford, made freem. of this Col. 1658, and d. 1678, leav. good est. to wid. Margaret, and d. Sarah. His will, of 19 Jan. 1676, pro. 17 Oct. 1678, made br. John excor. and left to him his est. if d. Sarah d. without issue, of wh. conting. we are uninform.
JOSEPH, Weymouth, by w. Elizabeth d. prob. of John Holbrook, had Joseph, b. 8 June 1674, and prob. d. young, if, as Deane says, he rem. to Boston, there had Joseph, b. 1678, and had est. at Scituate in 1670, but Deane prob. was in error, for JOSEPH, Scituate, s. of the preced m. 1700, Hannah, d. prob. of John Curtis, had Joseph, b. 1701, John, 1703; Hannah, 1705; James, 1708; Elizabeth 1709; David 1712; Mary, 1713, d. soon; Ephraim, 1715, Mercy, 1718; Simeon, 1720; Elisha, 1722; and Mary, 1724; and he d. 23 May 1732, aged 58, says the gr.stone. JOSHUA, Boston, m. 23 Feb. 1659, Elizabeth d. of Edward Porter, had Thomas, b. 21 Apr. 1660; Elizabeth 23 Feb. 1662; Sarah, 20 Feb. 1664; Robert, 3 Dec. 1666; and Joseph, 14 Feb. 1672. PETER, Charlestown 1658, s. of William, was, perhaps, of Rowley 1660. ROBERT, Boston, butcher in 1643, had been of Charlestown, d. 13 Sept. 1661. His w. was Sarah; and d. Elizabeth m. 20 June 1654, John Conney. SAMUEL, Plymouth 1630 perhaps, but certain. in 1632, for the beginning of next yr. he was taxed half as high as capt. Standish; in 1643 was of Duxbury, was sheriff of the Col. 1652, rep. 1653, and in his 89th yr. was liv. 1682. His d. Martha m. William Clark; ano. d. m. Abraham Sampson. THOMAS, New Haven 1643, or earlier, had, in 1639, been at Guilford, d. 12 May 1658. His w. Margary, d. of Nicholas Baker of Herts, d. 11 Feb. 1656, and his will, made 1 Aug. 1657, names eldest s. John; Joseph; Mary, w. of Roger Allen; Sarah, w. of Robert Talmage; and Timothy, all brot. from Eng. THOMAS, Hatfield, eldest surv. ch. of Timothy, was of age to take the o. of alleg. 8 Feb. 1679, m. Aug. 1685, Hannah, d. of John Coleman, had John, b. at Hadley 28 Oct. 1686; Hannah, 2 Sept. 1689; Thomas, 26 Feb. 1693; Rebecca, 20 Apr. 1699; and Sarah, 9 July 1704. His w. d. 1 July 1722, and he d. 19 Jan. 1728.
TIMOTHY, Hartford, youngest s. of the first Thomas, b. in Eng. m. a. 1657, Rebecca, d. of Rev. Samuel one, had Rebecca, b. 12 Mar. 1658, at New Haven, d. young; Samuel, 8 Feb. 1660, k. at Hadley, by a horse, at 8 yrs.; and Thomas, 1661; rem. to Hadley 1663, there had Joseph, 27 Jan. 1664; Timothy, 1665; John, 21 Aug. 1667; Samuel, again, 17 June 1669; Hope, 20 Nov. 1670; Ebenezer, 25 Oct. 1673; Daniel, 1676; Ephraim, 1682; and Mary, 1684, wh. d. 1687; was freem. of Mass. 1678, a lieut. and man of large influence, rep. 1690, 1, and 5, d. 13 Mar. 1699. His wid. d. [[vol. 3, p. 263]] Mar. or Apr. 1709. All the last eight s. are provid. for in the will of the f. 10 Mar. three days preced. his dec. as also the d. Hope, w. of Isaac Warner; but the will of his wid. 18 Apr. 1707, names seven s. omitt. Timothy, who had d. at Deerfield; and aft. gift to d. Hope Warner, names d. Mary Nash, and Joanna N. wh. as to these, means, perhaps, ws. of two s.
WILLIAM, Charlestown, possib. s. of Gregory, with w. Mary join. the ch. 31 Aug. 1634, and three days aft. sw. as freem. was prob. d. bef. 1658, when wid. N. alone of householders is found. Her will of 20 Apr. 1674, pro. 3 July foll. names s. Peter, d. Mary, w. of Thomas Hale, and gr.ch. John and Mary H. and her next kinswoman Hannah Edenden, but how relat. is not ascert.
NASON, BENJAMIN, Dover, perhaps s. of Richard, m. 30 June 1687, Martha Kenny. JOHN, Dover, prob. br. of the preced. m. 6 Nov. 1674, Hannah, d. of John Heard. JOSEPH, Dover 1671, and there the fam. has cont. RICHARD, Kittery 1649, submit. 1652, to Mass. was ensign 1653, and in 1656 chos. rep. but disallow. by the Gen. Ct. and 3 yrs. later was fined for receiv. Quakers, and disfranch. He had John, Joseph, Benjamin, and Baker, nam. in his will of 14 July 1694, pro. 1696, in wh. he names his w. wh. had been wid. of Thomas Follett, and was not mo. of these ch.
NAYLOR, EDWARD, Boston, merch. perhaps came not bef. 1665, m. Catharine, wid. of Robert Nanney, d. of Rev. John Wheelwright, had Tabitha, b. 2 July 1667; and Lydia, 26 July 1668. Perhaps he rem. but certain. his est. in 1673, was taken in execu. for debt to John Freake.
NAZITER, MICHAEL, Saco 1666, had Michael, b. 1664; and John, 1666; and Jane, prob. his d. m. 1669, Richard Peard. Folsom, 187.
NEAL, ANDREW, Boston 1664, a taverner, by w. Milicent had Sarah, b. 1 Apr. 1665; Mary, 6 June 1666; Andrew, 23 Nov. 1668; Elizabeth 2 Aug. 1670, d. soon; Elizabeth again, 11 Dec. 1671; and Mary, again, 11 June 1674. BENJAMIN, Braintree, youngest s. of the first Henry of the same, m. 20 Jan. 1689, Lydia, youngest d. of Stephen Paine of the same, had Lydia, k. 9 Feb. 1690; Hannah, 15 Mar. 1692; Benjamin, 3 Mar. 1694; Joseph, 17 Nov. 1695; Henry, 4 Aug. 1697; Abigail, 20 Aug. 1698; Jonathan, 13 Oct. 1700; Jerusha, 2 Oct. 1703; and Abijah, 22 Dec. 1709; and d. 12 Jan. 1746. EDWARD, Weymouth 1662, may have rem. to Westfield, there, by w. Martha, d. of Edmund Hart, had Deborah, b. 1670; Abigail, 23 Apr. 1672; Mary, 24 July 1675; Martha, 8 May 1677; Edward, 8 Feb. 1679; Esther, 8 Nov. 1680; and Elizabeth 26 Feb. 1683; and he d. 1698. His d. Abigail m. 1694, Ephraim Stiles the sec. EDWARD, Westfield, s. of the preced. m. Margaret Higason, or Higginson, d. of William.
FRANCIS, Falmouth, m. a d. of Arthur Macworth, had Francis, wh. d. 1693; and Samuel, who surv. was great propr. at Scarborough 1657, rep. 1670, rem. from the Ind. devast. to [[vol. 3, p. 264]] Salem, and d. 1696, leav. wid. FRANCIS, Salem, s. of the preced. had Sarah, b. 4 Nov. 1688; and Joan, 1 June 1691. HENRY, Braintree 1640, by w. Martha had Martha, b. 16 Jan. 1643; Samuel, 31 July 1647; Henry, 19 Mar. 1650; and by a sec. w. Hannah Pray, perhaps sis. of John of the same, m. 14 Feb. had Abigail, 14 Feb. 1657; Hannah; Joseph, 8 Aug. 1660; Sarah, 20 Dec. 1661; Mary, 11 May 1664; Rachel, Feb. 1666; Deborah, 1 Sept. 1667; Benjamin, 7 Mar. 1669; Ruth, 25 Dec. 1670; Lydia; Elizabeth 28 June 1675; Joanna, 27 May 1680; Rebecca, of unkn. date, and five more of unkn. names. Ruth m. 2 Aug. 1688, Ebenezer Thayer. In the will of 11 Aug. 1688, pro. 20 Feb. 1691, is provision for the four s. for w. Hannah, and for eleven ds. Abigail Scott, Hannah, w. of Nehemiah Hayden, Sarah Mansfield, Mary, w. of John Thayer, Ruth Thayer, Deborah, Lydia, Rebecca, Rachel, Elizabeth and Joanna; but to the last six, perhaps ch. of the surv. w. only £20 ea. are giv. The boast on his gr.-stone is, that he was f. of 21 ch. but far better is it thot. to provide for 15. HENRY, Braintree, s. of the preced. m. it is said, 14 Feb. 1666, Hannah Pray; and nothing more is told, but that he d. 26 July 1717. JEREMIAH, Easthampton, L. I. 1649.
JEREMIAH, Salem, s. of the first John of the same, m. 15 June 1668, Sarah Hart, had John, b. 16 Apr. 1669; Mary, 11 May 1670; and Sarah, 1 Nov. 1671; and his w. d. 28 Sept. 1672. He m. next, 22 Sept. 1673, Mary, d. of Robert Buffum, had Jeremiah, 25 Sept. 1674; Abigail; Lydia; Robert; Deborah; and Hannah, by her; and m. next, 31 Oct. 1707, Dorothy Lord; was lieut. and d. July 1722. His wid. d. bef. May 1735. JOHN, Salem, freem. 18 May 1642, but Felt does not incl. his name with ch. memb. wh. may be conjectural. expl. by guess, that he had unit. with some other ch. bef. going thither; yet he had bapt. there, John, 22 May 1642; John, again, 24 Mar. 1644; Jeremiah, 18 Jan. 1646; Lydia, 7 Apr. 1650, Jonathan, 15 Aug. 1652; Mary, b. 14 Mar. bapt. 29 Apr. 1655; the last two d. young; Jonathan, again, 6 Sept. 1 657; and John, again, bapt. 24 June 1658, tho. we may be confident that he was b. several yrs. bef. and I should prefer to make his day of bapt. 24 Jan. 1647; beside Sarah, wh. d. 22 July 1658, perhaps quite young; and Joseph, b. as the fam. tradit. goes, 1663, (but by rec. 14 Mar. 1659, i. e. 1660); and d. 12 May 1672. His will of 9 days preced. anm. ch. and gr.ch. in Essex Inst. II. 72. As Mary is among ch. memb. 1647, I presume she was his only ch. of Francis Laurie or Lawes, and she m. next, Andrew Mansfield. Lydia m. Nov. 1671, Jonathan Hart. JOHN, Salem, s. of the preced. m. Ann Nichols, had John, b. 15 Apr. 1673; Thomas, 14 Feb. 1675; Joseph, 4 Dec. 1677; and Rebecca, 23 Feb. 1679; and he d. 11 Nov. foll. His wid. m. William Sterling of Haverhill.
JOSEPH, Salem, br. of the preced. m. Judith, d. of Richard Croad of the same had Judith, b. 1682, d. at 16 yrs.; Joseph, 1690; Lydia; and Hannah. His w. d. bef. 1689, and he rem. to Pennsylv. JOSEPH, Braintree, s. of the first Henry, by w. Mary had Mary, b. 4 Sept. 1689; Hannah, 6 Dec. 1691; and Elizabeth 12 May 1695; and he d. 23 Dec. 1737. His wid. d. 18 Apr. 1747, aged [[vol. 3, p. 265]] 83 yrs. SAMUEL, a soldier on Conn. riv. under capt. Turner in 1676, was from Braintree, s. of Henry, m. 18 Apr. 1678, Abigail, d. of James Penniman, and, perhaps liv. in New Hampsh. in 1690, pray. for jurisdict. of Mass. WALTER, Portsmouth, came early in 1630, by the Warwick, as Gov. of the planta. of Gorges and Mason, went home in Aug. 1633, sail. from Boston 13th of that mo. aft. being above ten days there. Both his coming and going, therefore, from this shore, is to a sober man satisfact. proof of the falsity of the gr. Ind. deed to Wheelwright of 17 May 1629, seven yrs. bef. the grantee came, and one yr. bef. this witness arr. Much stronger, even, is the evid. of forgery of a letter, pretend. to be of Neal and Wiggin, to the patentee John Mason, 13 Aug. 1633, wh. by the managers of the fraud, intend. for a buttress of the splendid grant. That letter purports to be writ. at Northam, wh. was the complimenta. name some yrs. later, for Dover, on the Piscataqua, when we kn. from p. 107 of Vol. I. of the Hist. by Gov. Winthrop that on that same day Neal was at Boston, and had been above a week, with a comp. of eight friends, to embark in the Elizabeth Bonadventure that sail. for Eng. on 15 of that month; and from p. 115 of the same Vol. that Wiggin was in London on the date of that forgery of the prepostr. letter, embarking at Gravesend for Salem, the very day that Neal left Boston for Eng. In the assiduity of Farmer no further acco. is reach. but he thinks
WALTER of N. H. 1660, who by w. Mary had Samuel, b. 14 June 1661, and was in 1673, lieut. in the comp. of wh. James Pendleton was capt. might have been his s. He join. most of his neighb. in desir. jurisdict. of Mass. 1690.
NEAVE, MARGARET, Salem, came from Yarmouth, in Co. Norf'k 1637, a wid. aged 58, with gr.ch. Rachel Dickson, in the Mary Ann, and ten yrs. aft. join. the ch. I presume this is the same person, that d. 1 June 1658, at Salem, but, in Essex Inst. II. 299, call. Neare.
NEEDHAM, ANTHONY, Salem, m. 10 Jan. 1656, with w. Ann, only ch. of Humprey Potter, had Rebecca, b. 21 Dec. foll.; Ann, 31 Aug. 1658; Elizabeth 1 Dec. 1659; Provided, 12 Apr. 1661; Anthony, 11 Apr. 1663; Mary, 30 Apr. 1665; George, 26 Mar. 1667; Isaac, 15 Apr. 1669; Abigail, 31 May 1671; Thomas, 25 July 1673; Dorothy, 25 Aug. 1675; and Rachel, 17 Mar. 1678. He and w. were charg. as Quakers 1658, he then 30 yrs. old, and the w. aft. being oft. fined for abs. from publ. worsh. in vain, was in June 1660, sentenc. to be whip. twelve stripes. Yet these perverse worshipers have no small claims on our kind regard, at least for their long contin. lives, both acting in 1696, and he in 1705, beside good success in rear. ch. for we see by deed of 1 Jan. 1730, that Anthony, Isaac, Thomas, Rebecca, Hannah, Elizabeth Mary, Abigail, and Rachel should enjoy the est. of their mo. Rebecca m. Jan. 1676, Michael Chapleman.
DANIEL, Lynn, s. of Edmund, m. 24 Feb. 1659 (Lewis strange. says 1673) Ruth, Chadwell, had Daniel, b. 19 Feb. 1665; Judith, 24 June 1667; Ezekiel, 13 May 1670; Mary, 28 Nov. 1672; Elizabeth 1 Feb. 1675; Edmund, 17 Sept. 1677; Daniel and Ruth, tw. 23 Feb. 1680, of wh. Ruth d. at 2 mos.; was freem. 1691. EDMUNND, Lynn 1639, one of the grantees of Southampton next yr. but prob. went [[vol. 3, p. 266]] not there, d. at L. 16 May 1677. Perhaps his w. Joan d. 24 Oct. 1674, aged a. 65. In Essex Inst. II. 234, is seen his will at large, mak. s. Ezekiel excor. and nam. legatees this s. and his two ch. s. Daniel, and his five ch. call. John, Ezekiel, Judah, Mary, and Elizabeth as also d. Hannah, and her ch. Hannah, w. of Eleazer Armitage, and her last b. s. to wh. the surname is hard to find, as the source of the Nile, also, the childr. of s.-in-law, Samuel Hart, viz. Samuel, Joseph, Abigail, and Rebecca, beside Hart?s d.-in-law, Elizabeth Howe, also, the childr. of s.-in-law, Joseph Mansfield, viz. Joseph, John, Elizabeth Wheat (whose h. is not of my acquaint.) and Deborah. Of course, the est. was good.
EZEKIEL, Lynn, perhaps s. of the preced. m. 27 Oct. 1669, Sarah, d. of Daniel King, had Edmund, b. 2 Aug. 1670; one in Apr. 1673, d. soon; Sarah, 27 May 1674; Ezekiel, Dec. 1676, d. soon; Ezekiel, again, 17 Nov. 1677; Daniel, 15 Mar. 1680; and Ralph, 26 Aug. 1682. JOHN, Boston, by w. Elizabeth d. of Zechariah Hicks, m. 10 Oct. 1679, wh. d. 4 Feb. 1691, and was bur. at Cambridge, had Elizabeth b. 23 Nov. 1680; Margaret, 8 Nov. 1683; Zechariah, 1 Oct. 1685; Mehitable, 17 Dec. 1687; and by sec. w. Keziah, had John, 22 Dec. 1692; and, perhaps; others. Ano. JOHN of Boston, left s. William and John, to be rememb. by a kinsman to wh. he was indebt. when he d. 1690. NATHANIEL, Lynn, perhaps s. of Edmund, had Ruth, b. 22 Aug. 1682.
NICHOLAS, Exeter 1638, one of the 35 who form. the orig. compact there, was a witness to the true deed from Ind. sachems, made to Wheelwright and others, not the spurious one, bearing date 7 or 8 yrs. bef W. came from Eng.; was liv. in 1652. See Appendix to Winthrop?s Hist. of N. E. Vol. I. p. 499. WILLIAM, Braintree, may have been of Newport 1638, and came aft. to Mass. freem. 1648, rem. I think, to Boston, had prob. no w. or ch. for in his will of 10 June 1690, he freely gives one third of his est. to Old South ch. opposite to wh. was his resid. and two thirds to William, and John, s. of his kinsman John N. late of Boston, dec. and he minutely dispose of his furnit. and d. 30 Dec. aft.
NEFF, WILLIAM, Newbury, rem. to Haverhill, m. 23 Jan. 1665, Mary, d. of George Corless, d. on serv. at Pemaquid, as a soldier, Feb. 1689, aged 47. His wid. was. tak. by the Ind. in the assault on H. 15 Mar. 1697, and carried towards Canada, in co. with the celebr. Mrs. Duston, in whose remarka. rescue she particip. and d. 22 Oct. 1722. See Mirick, Hist. of H. 87, and Magn. VII. art. 25.
NEGUS, NEGOS, or NEGOOS, BENJAMIN, Boston, shopkeeper, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 14 Apr. 1640; Benjamin, Sept. 1641; both bapt. 11 June 1643; Mary, 1, bapt. 8 Oct. 1643; Samuel, 17 Dec. 1645, bapt. 4 Jan. foll. and Hannah, 2 Oct. 1653; was freem. 1648. Elizabeth m. 2 Mar. 1659, Richard Barnard. ISAAC, Taunton 1675, cooper, styles hims. sole heir of Jonathan N. late of Boston, m. 7 Apr. 1679, Hannah Andrews. JABEZ, Boston 1673, carpenter, was freem. 1691. JONATHAN, Boston 1634, is said to have been at Lynn 1630, freem. 3 Sept. 1634, by w. Jane had Mary, b. 6 July 1653, wh. prob. d. young. He was clk. of the writs 1651, and sev. yrs. aft. and seems to have been faithful in mak. returns of bs. ds. and ms. as the law requir. and much must we lament that the county recorder did not scrupulously compare these transcripts from the several rec. of the respective towns in his jurisdict. wh. have long been universal. lost; or that the first copies in [[vol. 3, p. 267]] most instances are lost, so that an inquirer is compel. to rely on a copy of a copy. Negus had est. at Muddy riv. and his sis. Grace m. Barnabas Fawer.
NEIGHBORS, or NABORS, JAMES, Boston, cooper, by w. Lettice had Rebecca, b. 30 Mar. 1657, but she prob. d. young, far in his will of 27 Jan. pro. 19 June at B. on acco. of est. here 1672, he gave est. to five, elder ds. Mary, w. of Daniel Matthews; Sarah Johnson; Elizabeth w. of William Wills in Carolina; Rachel, w. of Peter Codner; and Martha, wh. he calls youngest, who soon bec. w. of John Hunt; and to a gr.d. Mercy. He liv. sev. yrs. at Huntington, L. I. and d. there, but was first of Yarmouth. Robert Gibbs had in Court recov. large damages against him. in Aug.
NELSON, FRANCIS, Rowley, s. of the sec. Thomas, m. Mary Ray, had Solomon, b. 1703; Daniel, 1707; and Jonathan, 1713. Gage's Hist. of Rowley. JOHN, Middleborough, perhaps s. of William, m. Lydia, wid. of James Barnaby, d. of Robert Bartlett of Plymouth. but she was, I judge, his sec. w. and that he first m. 28 Nov. 1667, Sarah, d. of Henry Wood, wh. d. 4 Mar. 1676, hav. had John, wh. d. 5 June 1676; and Martha, wh. d. 19 Feb. preced. JOHN, Boston, a relat. of Sir Thomas Temple, ar. co. 1680, capt. of the same, one of the chief actors in the revo. against Andros, 1689, tak. by Fr. and Ind. long impris. at Quebec and in France. Hutch. I. 376-80. He d. prob. 4 Dec. 1721. In right of his w. Elizabeth was heir and excor. with others, of lieut.-gov. Stoughton. He was s. of William, to wh. Sir Thomas, wh. he calls his uncle, had made lease of his patent rights in Nova Scotia. See a very valua. letter from Paris, while he was a prisoner, 1698, in 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. I. 196. MATTHEW, Portsmouth 1684, had w. Jane, in 1690 solicit for jurisdict. of Mass.
NATHANIEL, Marblehead 1675. PHILIP, Rowley, eldest s. of Thomas, came with his f. 1638, H. C. 1659, m. 24 June 1657, Sarah d. of the first Joseph Jewett, had Philip, b. 1659, and one d.; was freem. 1665; and by sec. w. Elizabeth d. of John Lowell of Newbury, m. 1 Jan. 1667, had John, 1668; and by third w. Mary, wid. of John Hobson, had, perhaps, Joseph, 1682; and Jeremiah, 1686, beside four ds. Coffin, wh. says he 20 Aug. 1691, tells a sad story a. his delusion as to power of working miracles, that Farmer abstract. but I prefer to omit. PHILIP, Rowley 1691, s. of the preced.
THOMAS, Rowley 1638, prob. arr. that yr. freem. 23 May 1639, rep. 16411; brot. from Eng. Philip, and Thomas, and w. Joanna had Mercy, and Samuel went home in 1647 or 8, as we learn from. his will, made in contemplat. of the voyage so early as 24 Dec. 1645, with codic. made in Eng. designing to return hither, 6 Aug. 1648, wherein his uncle, Rich. Dummer and Gov. Bellingham have trusts as excors. and also care of the ch. Abst. is in the Geneal. Reg. III. 267. I suppose he d. bef. coming, back, THOMAS, Rowley, s. of the preced. m, Ann, d. of Francis Lambert, had Thomas, b. 1661; [[vol. 3, p. 268]] Jonathan, 1667; Gershom, 1672; and Francis, 1676; beside three ds.; and by sec. w. Mary Hunt, had Ephraim, 1682; and d. 5 Apr. 1712, in his 77th yr.
WILLIAM, Plymouth, m. 27 Oct. 1640, Martha Ford, d. of the wid. passeng. in the Fortune 1621; one of the purch. in 1662 of Middleborough, had, perhaps, John, b. 8 June 1617; Jane, or Joan, 28 Feb. 1651. In 1668 the wife of a William of Plymouth was Martha. His d. Jane m. 13 Dec. 1672, Thomas Faunce. Seventeen of this name had, in 1834, been at the N. E. coll. of wh. three only at Harv.
NEST, JOSEPH, New London 1678, had w. Sarah, wh. d. bef. him, and d. Susanna, wh. m. George Way. He d. 8 Dec. 1711.
NETHERLAND, WILLIAM, in the list of freem. 4 Mar. 1635, and of the jury of inq. on Peter Fitchew's body, found drown. 18 May 1639, I judge must be that Lytherland, a well kn. memb. of Boston ch. See that name.
NETTLETON, JOHN, Killingworth 1663, propound. to be made free, 1670, may have been s. of Samuel, and liv. at Milford 1713. SAMUEL, Milford in 1639 or soon aft. had Hannah, wh. m. 10 July 1656, Thomas Smith; Martha, wh. m. 1656, John Ufford; and, perhaps, other ch.; was propr. there 1713, unless ano. Samuel, were the man, as seems to me almost cert.
NEVERS, RICHARD, Woburn, by w. Martha had Samuel, b. 16 Dec. 1689; Mary, 9 July 1694; and Martha, 20 July 1698.
NEVINSON, JOHN, Watertown 1670, came a. 2 yrs. bef. from East Horsley, in Co. Surry, s. of Rev. Roger, by w. Elizabeth m. prob. in Eng. had John; Sarah, b. 22 July 1672; Elizabeth 22 Oct. 1675; Ann, 2 Oct. 1678; William, 26 June 1681; and Mary, wh. was the oldest ch. b. in Eng.; and d. 24 Jan. 1695. Soon aft. the wid. m. William Bond. Both s. d. unm. the elder on 23 Feb. 1692; the younger in 1711; and so the name fail. Sarah m. 29 Oct. 1713, Nathaniel Stearns, and next, Samuel Livermore; Elizabeth m. 24 Apr. 1694, Samuel Hastings; Ann m. 30 Aug. 1716, Joshua Grant; and Mary m. Samuel Hastings soon aft. early d. of her sis. his first w.
NEWBERRY, BENJAMIN, Windsor, s. of Thomas of Dorchester, b. in Eng. m. 11 June 1646, Mary, only d. of Matthew Allyn, had Mary, b. 10 Mar. 1648, Sarah, 15 June 1650; Hannah, 22 Dec. 1652, d. at 11 yrs.; Rebecca, 2 May 1655; Thomas, 1 Sept. 1657; Abigail, 14 May 1659; Margaret, 23 Oct. 1662; Benjamin, 20 Apr. 1669; Hannah, again, 1 July 1673; and he d. 11 Sept. 1689; his w. d. 29 July preced. tho. Stiles, 720, makes it 14 Dec. 1703. An idle tradit. reports that he m. Abigail, wid. of Rev. John Warham, and had two ds. He was rep. at 22 sess. and an Assist. 1685, a captain in the war with k. Philip, [[vol. 3, p. 269]] and memb. of the Council of war. His eldest d. m. 10 Dec. 1664, John Maudsley, as Stiles correct. says, 703, yet 721, under Newberry, calls him Marshall; Sarah m. 4 June 1668, Preserved Clap; Abigail m. 8 Jan. 1684, Ephraim Howard; Margaret m. 23 May 1689, Return Strong; and Hannah m. 17 Dec. 1703, John Wolcott.
BENJAMIN, Windsor, youngest s. of the preced. m. 3 Mar. 1690, Hannah, d. of Thomas Dewey of Westfield, had Benjamin, b. 31 Jan. 1692; Roger, June 1706; Sarah, 3 Feb. 1710; and the f. d. 3 Nov. foll. JOHN, Windsor, an early sett. prob. rem. or d. bef. mid. age, was br. of the preced. JOSEPH, Windsor, br. of the preced. d. early or rem. perhaps; but one of the s. of his f. was call. prob. to go home to loft. prop. of the testator. RICHARD, Weymouth, freem. 1645, by w. Sarah had Tryal, Joseph, and Dorcas, beside Benjamin, b. 22 May 1660. In this yr. he purch. ld. at Malden, and rem. thither, made his imperfect will 20 Mar. 1685, and his inv. has date of 7 Apr. foll. Benjamin was prob. d. long bef. his f. as also was d. Martha, wh. d. May 1676. Of the three nam. in the will, Joseph was d. bef. 1702, when the wid. Sarah was liv. and Tryal, and Dorcas, wh. m. I think, Joseph Burrill, and she had been adminx. hav. by will of the f. most of his prop. but charg. to take care of her mo.
THOMAS, Dorchester, may have come in the Mary and John 1630, freem. 3 Sept. 1634, rep. 1635, was engag. to go with Warham and most of his cong. to plant Windsor, but d. bef. the migrat. by his will of 1 Dec. 1635, of wh. abstr. is in Geneal. Reg. VII. 29, leav. large prop. of wh. L.200 to w. Jane, beside what she brot. at m. and residue equally to childr. exc. that the three youngest ds. should ea. have L.50 less than the others. Instead of L.50, as I had read some yrs. bef. Mr. Trask, who usually is a careful copier of the old writings, gives 50s. in that abstr. wh. might, in case of some petty estate, seem large enough. This may have affected his eyesight, as the fact of great prop. on my reexamination, wh. led to conforming my first transcript, possib. may have influenced me to judge, that so rich a man would not make so poor a differ. betw. his ds. The inv. tak. 28 Jan. foll. (includ. ld. in Eng. at £300) was of L.1520, 4, 7. Sarah m. 8 Nov. 1640, Henry Wolcott; Mary m. 13 June 1644, Daniel Clarke; Rebecca was sec. w. of Rev. John Russell of Hadley; and Hannah m. Rev. Thomas Hanford, and d. early. THOMAS, Windsor, perhaps s. of the preced. d. 12 June 1644. THOMAS, Dover 1671.
THOMAS, Windsor, s. of Benjamin, m. 12 Mar. 1667 (but Stiles says, 12 Mar. 1676) Ann Ford, perhaps d. of Thomas, had Thomas, b. 20 Jan. 1678; Hannah, 10 Feb. 1680; Thomas, again, 22 Mar. 1683; Joseph, 24 Oct. 1684; and Benjamin, 18 Feb. 1687; and d. 20 (30, acc. Stiles) Apr. 1688. Malden, s. prob. eldest, of Richard, was a soldier in Turner's comp. [[vol. 3, p. 270]] 1676, at Hadley, and in the Falls fight, by w. Priscilla had Nathaniel; John, b. 28 Mar. 1686; Mehitable, 7 Sept. 1688; and Mary, 13 Mar. 1690; in wh. yr. he was made freem. and he d. 9 Dec. 1705. Nathaniel had admin. of the est. WALTER, Newport, m. 13 Apr. 1675, Ann Collins of London had Sankey, b. 19 Jan. 1676, prob. d. young; Samuel, 3 Mar. 1677; Sarah, 4 Sept. 1680; Walter, 21 Dec. 1682; Sankey, again, 9 June 1684; Elizabeth and Martha, tw. 16 Nov. 1686, of wh. the latter prob. d. soon; Martha, again, 7 Jan. 1689; and Mary, Feb. 1691; one of the Counc. 1687 to Sir E. Andros. Hutch. I. 354. Prob. he was not an oppressor.
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