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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NEWBY, GEORGE, Boston, by w. Mary had John, b. 25 Dec. 1680. I think he had sec. w. Elizabeth WILLIAM, a passeng. in the Mary and John from London 1634, wh. took the o. of supremacy and alleg. 16 Apr. 1634, bound for N. E. but where he pitched his tent first or last, is unkn.
NEWCOMB, or NEWCOMBE, ANDREW, Boston, mariner, m. Grace, wid. of William Rix, had Grace, lb. 20 Oct. 1664. By his will of 31 Jan. 1683, pro. 8 Dec. 1686, his w. and d. Grace Butler and gr.ch. Newcomb Blake were cared for. FRANCIS, Boston 1635, came in the Planter, aged 30, that yr. with w. Rachel, 20, and two ch. Rachel, 2 1/2 yrs. and John, 9 mos. liv. aft. at Braintree, and. d. 27 May 1692, "upwards-off 100 yrs. old," as was fondly told, tho. the gr.st more moderate in its exaggera. says aged 10 yrs. but prob. only 87; had Hannah, bapt. 15 Oct. 1637; Mary, b. 31 Mar. 1640; Sarah, 24 May 1643, Judith, 16 Jan. 1646; Peter, 16 May 1648; Abigail, 16 July 1651; Leah, 30 July 1654; and Elizabeth 26 Aug. 1658, when the folly of tradit. would make her mo. over 66 yrs. old. Mary m. 10 Nov. 1657, Samuel Dearing. PETER, Braintree, s. of the preced. m. 2 June 1672, Susanna, d. of Richard Cutting. Four of this name had, in 1834, been gr.at Harv. and as many at other N. E. coll.
NEWCOMEN, ELIAS, Isle of Shoals, constable in 1650. JOHN, Plymouth, a youth waylaid and k. by John Billington, for wh. he was execut. Oct. 1630.
NEWELL, ABRAHAM, Roxbury came in the Francis, 1634, aged 50, from Ipswich, says the custom-ho. rec. with w. Frances, 40, and ch. Faith, who in the rec. of the ch. is nam. Ruth, 14; Grace, 13; Abraham, 8; John, 5; Isaac, 2; and Jacob, b. on the passage; freem. 4 Mar. 1635, d. 13, bur. 15 June 1672, aged, says the rec. of ch. 91; and his wid. Frances d. 13 Jan. 1683, aged 100, says the rec. of the town, with greater exaggera. Ruth m. a Bennett, for whose ch. John, the gr.f. liberal. provid.; Grace m. 14 Sept. 1644, William Tay of Boston, aged d. 11 Apr. 1712, aged 91, as the town rec. says correct.
ABRAHAM, [[vol. 3, p. 271]] Roxbury, s. of the preced. brot. from Eng. by his freem. 1653, by a w. whose name is not found, nor date of her d. had Joseph, b. 30 Oct. 1651, d. in six wks. if the town rec. of d. and b. be good; and he m. 8 Feb. 1652, Susanna, d. of Robert Rand of Charlestown, had Abraham, b. 30 Mar. 1654; Susanna, 30 Mar. bapt. 6 Apr. 1656; Joseph, bapt. 25 July 1658; Mary, 10, bapt. 14 Apr. 1661; Thomas, 24 June, bapt. 19 July 1663, d. at 11 yrs.; Elizabeth bapt. 12 Aug. 1666; Rebecca, b. 15 July 1667; Ruth 8 Feb. 1669, but in careless rec. of town b. 29th; John, bapt. 9 June 1672; Robert, 2 bapt. 7 June 1674; and d. 17 Aug. 1692. Susanna m. 6 Sept. 1673, Thomas Morey.
ABRAHAM, Roxbury, s. of the preced. m. 21 July 1681, Abigail Rhoades, had Abigail, wh. d. 3 Apr. 1682; Elizabeth b. 14 Mar. 1683, and d. in 6 days; and his w. d. 12 May 1686. He d. 9 Oct. 1726. ANDREW, Charlestown, a merch. from Bristol, whose wid. d. 26 Sept. 1684, in her 78th yr. says the gr.st. EBENEZER, Roxbury, s. of the first Isaac, by w. Mary had Experience, wh. d. Dec. 1706; Nathaniel, b. 24 June 1707; Elizabeth 11 Sept. 1709; Ebenezer, 28 Nov. 1711; and d. 16 Oct. 1746. ISAAC, Roxbury, brot. by his f. Abraham from Eng.; by w. Elizabeth d. of William Curtis, m. 14 Dec. 1658, tho. the rec. then calls him John, I think, had Isaac, b. 11 Dec. 1660; Josiah, 1, bapt. 7 Dec. 1662, d. at 16 yrs.; Sarah, 22, bapt. 26 Mar. 1665; Abraham, 28 Feb. bapt. 3 Mar. 1667, d. at 11 yrs. Elizabeth 6, bapt. 24 Jan. 1669; Hannah, 4, bapt. 19 Feb. 1671; Ebenezer, 29 Nov. 1673, bapt. 1 Feb. foll.; Experience, 29 Jan. 1678; and Josiah again, 6, bapt. 14 Mar. 1680. The f. d. 8 Dec. 1707. Hannah m. 9 Apr. 1690, John Holmes; and the same rec. says her sis. Elizabeth was the same day, but it does not give the import. informat. of the name of the h.; and Experience m. 23 May 1700, Samuel Willis. ISAAC, Roxbury, s. prob. of the preced. by w. had Isaac, b. 1 Feb. 1688; Philip, 26 Mar. 1693; Mehitable, 2 Apr. 1695; Abigail, 15 Nov. 1697, d. soon; Jonathan, 10 Oct. 1701.
JACOB, Roxbury, s. of the first Abraham, b. on the voyage, m. 3 Nov. 1657, Martha, d. of John Gibson of Cambridge, had Jacob, b. 23 Oct. 1658; Martha, 15 May 1661, both bapt. 12 Apr. 1663; Rebecca, 14 Apr. bapt. 31 May 1663; Mary, by town rec. 30 May, bapt. as Mercy, 2 July 1665; Samuel, bapt. 4 Aug. 1667; Faith, 14 Oct. bapt. 5 Dec. 1669; Mary, bapt. 18 Aug. 1672; and Grace, b. 8 Aug. bapt. 20 Sept. 1674; and he was bur. 30 Dec. 1678. Rebecca m. 24 May 1686, William Cheney. JACOB, Roxbury, s. of the preced. freem. 1690, m. 23 May 1700, Joyce, d. of Joseph Gleason of Sudbury, had Thankful, b. 1 Sept. 1702; Jacob, 5 June 1704, Joseph, 19 Jan. 1708; and Elisha, 21 Mar. 1713. JOHN, Roxbury, s. of the first Abraham, who came 1634, with his f. d. 1673,perhaps unm.
JOHN, Charlestown, m. 15 Feb. 1665, Hannah, d. of John [[vol. 3, p. 272]] Larkin, and d. 14 Oct. 1704, in 71st yr. His wid. Hannah d. 10 Dec. foll. aged 62. JOHN, Waterbury 1674, s. of the first Thomas, rem. to Farmington a. 1694, there d. without w. or ch. JOHN, Roxbury, freem. 1690, was prob. s. of the sec. Abraham. JOHN, Charlestown, prob. s. of John of the same, 7 Apr. 1747, in 83d yr. says the gr.st. Hannah had Hannah, bapt. 23 Dec. 1688; Andrew, 20 Mar. 1692; Ann, 27 Aug. 1693; William, 7 Oct. 1694; Edward, 30 Oct. 1698; Abigail, 18 Apr. 1702; Eliphalet, 11 Feb. 1705; and Abigail, 25 Jan. 1708. JOSEPH, Charlestown, had w. Hannah, who unit. with the ch. 26 June 1681, and, perhaps, ano. w. Margaret, who d. 7 Dec. 1689, in her 23d yr. and he by w. Elizabeth had Thomas, bapt. 20 Aug. 1699; Andrew, 1 Mar. 1702; and David, 10 Sept. 1704; and he d. 25 Apr. 1709, aged a 58.
Ano. JOSEPH, Charlestown, by w. Sarah, d. of John Tuttle, had Mary, wh. d. young, 2 May 1683; Joseph, bapt. 4 Mar. 1688; John, 30 June 1689, d. soon; and John again, 31 Jan. 1692; and the mo. d. 1 Feb. 1719, aged 63. ROBERT, Roxbury, of the sec. Abraham, m. 29 Dec. 1704, Mehitable Jones, but has no ch. on town rec. down to 1721; Yet from the inscript. on gr.st. Geneal. Reg. VII. 331, we learn that his w. d. 4 Nov. 1739, aged a. 70 yrs. and he d. 17 Feb. 1741, in 68th yr. SAMUEL, Farmington, s. of Thomas, m. 20 Dec. 1683, Mary, d. of Thomas Hart, had Samuel, b. 19 Feb. 1687; Thomas, 1 Mar. 1691; John, 17 Jan. 1693; Daniel; Mary, 23 Dec. 1697; Daniel, again, 18 Apr. 1700, Y. C. 1718; Nathaniel, 20 Feb. 1704; Sarah, 17 June 1707. His w. d. 28 Apr. 1752, aged 86; and he d. 15 Feb. 1753; had Samuel, bapt. 19 June 1687; Thomas, 2 Mar. 1690; John, 29 Jan. 1653.
SAMUEL, Roxbury, s. of the first Jacob, was engag. in the sad expedit. of Sir William Phips against Quebec, shipwreck. on return. from the abortive serv. in the lower part of the St. Lawrence, tak. prison. by the Ind. and kept one yr. got among the Christian enemy, and was near five yrs. abs. from home; by w. Mary had Mary, b. 30 Sept. 1697, Martha, 29 Apr. 1699; Mercy, 16 Sept. 1700; Samuel, 10 Dec. 1702; Sarah, 8 May 1705; and Eunice, 18 Sept. 1707. THOMAS, Farmington 1652, m. Rebecca Adgate, had nine ch. to partake div. of his est. 1689, Rebecca, w. of Joseph Woodford, then aged 46; Mary, w. of Thomas Bascom of Northampton, 44; John, 42; Thomas, 39; Esther, w. of John Stanley, 37; Sarah, w. of Arthur Smith, 34, wh. was bapt. 18 Feb. 1655; Hannah, w. of Thomas North, 31, bapt. 11 Apr. not as Hist. of Woodbury, 167, says, 14, wh. was Wednesday, 1658; Samuel, bapt. 5 Dec. 1660; and Joseph, 20 Apr. 1664, wh.d. bef. Nov. 1689, but aft. the yr. came in. THOMAS, Waterbury, s. of the preced. m. 5 Nov. 1679, Elizabeth d. of Simon Wrotham; had Thomas, b. 1 Oct. 1681, bapt. 14 May 1682, when his w. join the ch.; Simon, b. 1 Apr. bapt. 24 June 1683; Susanna, bapt. 24 Apr. 1687; Joseph, bapt. 2 June 1689; and Elizabeth 29 Nov. bapt. 31 Dec. 1693; beside Sarah, 1 Jan. 1699; and Esther 1705. He in 1686 was one of the petitnrs. for estab. that planta. call. Matatock. Seven of this name had been gr. in 1834 at Harv. and ten at Yale.
NEWGATE, or NEWDIGATE, JOHN, Boston 1632, merch. b. 1580, in Southwark, near London bridge, brot. w. Ann with childr. b. in Eng. here had Hannah, b. bapt. 6 Aug. 1633, d. at 5 mos.; Hannah, again, bapt. 19 July 1635, tho. blunder in town rec. makes her b. 1 Aug. aft.; was freem. 4 Mar. 1635, constable, rep. 1638, oft. a selectman, d. 1665. [[vol. 3, p. 273]]
Of his ch. we can hardly speak with certainty. Prob. Joshua, wh. d. 12 Nov. 1658, at Boston, was the oldest, and h. of that Elizabeth N. call. on adm. to our ch. 30 Mar. 1634, "d.-in-law to our sis. Ann N." Elizabeth prob. the eldest d. m. John Oliver, and aft. his d. m. 14 Mar. 1649, Edward Jackson; Sarah, ano d. m. Peter Oliver, br of the h. of her sis. and d. Oct. 1692; Nathaniel, b. a. 1627; and Hannah, the youngest, m. 22 Feb. 1653, Simon Lynde, was nam. in the will of her mo. 6 Aug. 1676 pro. 8 Apr. 1679; but her gr.ch. Elizabeth and Nathaniel Lynde, and Nathaniel N. of London are ment. His will, of 25 Nov. 1664, with codic. of 8 May foll. is in Geneal. Reg. XIII. 333. NATHANIEL, Boston, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. ar. co. 1646, went home, prob. bef. m. there had Nathaniel, a merch. in London, by his w. Isabel, wh. surv. him, and in 1671, was w. of John Johnson of London. Farmer says some of the descend. write the name Newdigate, as was here done occasionally.
NEWGROVE, JOHN, Dover 1648.
NEWHALL, ANTHONY, oft. confus. with Newell, Lynn 1636, some time of Salem, d. 31 Jan. 1657, had John, and, perhaps, other childr. for his will of 14 Jan. pro. 31 Mar. 1657, ment. gr.ch. Richard and Elizabeth Hood. JOHN, Lynn, s. of Anthony, m. 31 Dec. 1676, Elizabeth Normanton, had, perhaps, issue, but ano. JOHN, Lynn, m. 3 Feb. 1657, Elizabeth Payton, wh. d. 22 Oct. 1677, had Nathaniel, b. 3 Apr. 1658; Sarah, 22 Aug. 1662; John, 11 Oct. 1664, perhaps d. young; Rebecca, 6 Dec. 1670; Mary, 27 Sept. 1673; Priscilla, 24 Nov. 1676; and a ch. 9 Oct. 1677, d. same day; and by ano. w. it is said, had Hannah, 6 Mar. 1680; and John, again, 13 Oct. 1681, d. in 3 wks. so that one is daunted at the proximity of the two Johns and Elizabeth Sarah m. 3 Mar. 1680, Timothy Breed. A third JOHN, of Lynn, m. 18 June 1677, Esther, d. of William Bartram, had Elizabeth b. 12 May 1678; Sarah, 15 Feb. 1680, d. in few days; Jonathan, 25 Dec. 1681; Sarah, again, 23 Jan. 1683; and Jeremiah, 12 Feb. 1685. One of these Johns was freem. 1684, and two in 1691, of wh. one is mark. sen. and the other ens. But Lewis provides for a JOHN, of Lynn, much earlier, s. of Thomas, b. in Eng. to m. 10 Apr. 1646, Sarah Lewis. Some doubt rises in my mind bec. I kn. not whose d. she was or could be. JOSEPH, Lynn, s. of Thomas, freem. 1690, had Jemima, b. Dec. 1678; and Thomas, 16 Jan. 1681. He was, perhaps, the first Thomas, and may be that Joseph who perish. in the gr. snow storm 29 and 30 Jan. 1705. Jemima m. Benjamin Very of Salem. NATHANIEL, Lynn, s. of Thomas, is prob. the freem. of 1691, call. junr. but NATHANIEL, s. of John, is prob. that freem. 1691, call. sen.
THOMAS, Lynn 1630, Mr. Lewis thinks, brot. John, had Thomas, the first Eng. ch. b. in that town. His w. d. 25 Sept. 1665, and he d. 25 [[vol. 3, p. 274]] May 1674. His will, of 1 Apr. 1668, pro. 1 July 1674, names two s. John, and Thomas, ds. Susanna, w. of Richard Haven, and her five ch. Joseph, Richard, Sarah, Nathaniel, and Moses; and Mary, w. of Thomas Brown, and her ch. not nam. them. THOMAS, Lynn, s. of the preced. m. says Lewis, 29 Sept. 1652, Elizabeth d. of Robert (but I prefer Nicholas) Potter, had Joseph, b. 22 Sept. 1658; Nathaniel, 17 Mar. 1660; Elizabeth 21 Mar. 1662, d. at 3 yrs.; Elisha, 3 Nov. 1665; Elizabeth again, 22 Oct. 1667; Mary, 18 Feb. 1670; Samuel, 19 Nov. 1672.; and Rebecca, 17 July 1675; and he was bur. 1 Apr. 1687, in 57th yr. More descend. remain of this than any other fam. in the town. THOMAS, Malden, by w. Rebecca, wh. d. 26 May 1725, had Lydia, b. 17 Apr. 1687; Samuel, 26 Apr. 1689; and he d. 13 July 1728.
NEWLAND, ANTHONY, Salisbury 1650, soon rem. prob. for the name is not aft. seen there, and may be the foll. ANTHONY, Taunton, s. of Jeremiah, m. 16 Dec. 1682, Esther Austin. HENRY, Taunton 1666. JEREMIAH, Taunton, had Anthony, b. 1 Aug. 1657. JOHN, Sandwich 1643, perhaps s. of William. WILLIAM, Sandwich, had rem. thither from Lynn 1637, was freem. of the Col. 1641, rep. 1642, 3, and 4, but 3 Oct. 1659, disfranch. for abetting Quakers; m. 19 May 1648, Rose Holloway, had Mary, b. 16 Apr. 1649; John; and Mercy, wh. m. an Edwards, and had admin. of the est. of her f. 26 June 1694. One William is enumerat. among the soldiers of Gallup's comp. in the sad expedit. of Phips. against Quebec, 1690, in Geneal. Reg. IX. 354, but the more correct roll in XIII. has it not.
NEWMAN, ANTIPAS, Wenham, s. of Rev. Samuel, b. 15 Oct. 1627, in Eng. began to pr. 1657, but was not ord. until Dec. 1663, m. 1658, Elizabeth d. of the younger Gov. John Winthrop had John, b. 7 Dec. 1660; Samuel, 7 Sept. 1666; Elizabeth 15 June 1668; Sybel, 10 Mar. 1670; and Waitstill, 13 Dec. 1671; and d. 15 Oct. 1672. He was one of those min. who sustain. the erection of Boston 3d ch. by separat. from the first, for the deception practis. in obtain. Davenport from New Haven. Hutch. I 273. The wid. m. Zerubbabel Endicott; and Sybel m. John Edwards of Boston. BENJAMIN, Ipswich 1678, s. of Thomas. DANIEL, Stamford 1670. FRANCIS, New Haven 1638, an Assist. 1653 and aft. until made Gov. 1658, to his d. 18 Nov. 1660. He also serv. in the import. place of Commr. of the Unit. Col. 1654 and 8, and in the troublesome relations with the Dutch of New Netherlands. In his barn was form. the compact, June 1639, or civil const. by wh. the Col. many yrs. was ruled His wid. m. says Emery, Rev. Nicholas Street, yet we are ign. who was her f. or what was her name. Of ch. I find only Elizabeth wh. m. Thomas Knowles, and next, Nicholas Knell.
JOHN, perhaps br. of Thomas, came in the Mary and John, 1634, but at what place he sett. is unkn. [[vol. 3, p. 275]] yet conject. favors Ipswich; but he was of Wenham 1690. JOHN, Ipswich 1648, s. of Thomas, b. in Eng. had come 1634, with his f. in the Mary and John, and may be the same as the preced. JOHN, Gloucester, s. of Antipas, a physician, m. Ruth, eldest d. of Rev. John Emerson, had issue, but details are unkn. JOHN, a serj. in capt. Turner's comp. station. at Hadley, must have come from the E. and prob. from Ipswich, at last, a John N. junr. was there 1679, owning commons. JOHN, Oyster Bay, L. I. 1685, may have been a propr. at New Haven 1669, and again in 1685, possib. a s. of the Gov. NOAH, Rehoboth, s. of Rev. Samuel, while he succeed. m. 30 Dec. 1669, Joanna, d. of Rev. Henry Flint, had Sybel, b. 31 Mar. 1675, d. in few mos.; beside Samuel, wh. was bur. 2 Oct. 1677; and Henry, H. C. 1687, librarian at the coll. and agent in Eng. for the Prov. of N. H. and d. 16 or 26 Apr. 1678, but Col. Rec. says, bur. 18. The wid. by her will of 7 Nov. 1678, pro. 24 Feb. 1680, gave her est. to Henry, but in case of his d. to childr. of her br. Rev. George Shove, who had m. Hopestill Newman, sis. of Noah.
RICHARD, New Haven 1656, possib. a s. of the Gov. had Samuel, b. 1 July that yr.; John; Sarah; both bapt. 1665, tho. the officer wh. kept that unsatisfact. rec. gives no day, nor mo.; and Mercy, b. 7 Dec. 1665, bapt. prob. 28 Jan. foll. tho. the rec. names wrong day, we are sure, wh. prob. d. young; may have been some time at Stamford, a. 1666, and was propr. at New Haven 1685. ROBERT, came in the Mary and John, 1634, to Boston, but in what part of Mass. he sett. is unkn.; rem. to New Haven, in 1638 or 9, was a man of good est. one of the seven pillars at gather. of the ch. and a deac.; had Bethia, bapt. 2 Oct. 1642; and Grace, prob. 25 Oct. (a wrong day being giv. in Geneal. Reg. IX. 361) 1646, d. under 4 yrs.; went home and was, 1657, a vintner in London.
SAMUEL, Rehoboth, b. at Banbury, Oxfordsh. bapt. 24 May 1602, s. of Richard, was matricul. of Trinity Coll. Oxford, 3 Mar. 1620 in his 17th yr. but on proceed. A. B. 17 Oct. of that yr. is titled in Wood's Fasti, I. 392, of St. Edmund Hall, had a very small benefice, 1625, at Midhope, part of the parish of Ecclesfield, in the W. Riding of Yorksh. to wh. his successor was presented ten yrs. aft. He came to N. E. perhaps in 1636, tho. Elizabeth aged 24, who may have been his w. or sis. came in the James from London, 1635; yet Mather, III. c. 15, who, in three whole folio pages of double column, by his multifarious nothingness, gives less than six lines of facts, makes him come in 1638, spend a yr. and a half at Dorchester, five yrs. at Weymouth, and nineteen at R. Dr. Harris did not find his name at Dorchester, but he was adm. freem. 13 Mar. 1639 (yet casual. as is plain, without prefix of respect), no doubt then of Weymouth, where his d. Hopestill was b. 29 Aug. or Nov. 1641, as we believe discordant rec. in Geneal. Reg. VIII. 348, or IX. 171; and, perhaps, other ch. Greatly does he deserve [[vol. 3, p. 276]] esteem for his serv. in framing the Concordance, said to have been writ. by light of burning, pine knots. He suffer. more than his temper could bear, by the spreading of the antipaedobapt. in his diocese, and d. 5 July 1663, aged 61; in the will of 18 Nov. 1661, names w. Sybel, s. Samuel, Antipas, Noah, to wh. he gave his libr. and d. Hopestill, or Hope, wh. m. 12 July 1664, Rev. George Shove, and d. 7 Mar. 1674. Patience, an elder d. m. 3 Oct. 1649, Nathaniel Sparhawk of Cambridge. For those who have not easy access to the Magn. Dr.Allen furnishes the wondrous story of Newman's predict. of the hour of his own d. with happy exactness, and Dr. Eliot, in his Biog. Dict. has fully vindica. Mather from the discredit that might be attach. to his page by this. Now to prove what Eliot tells of the acco. being sent to Eng. as well as spread thro. our country, no doubt (when the immortal author of the Magnalia was but few mos. old) we may look into the Diary of Samuel Pepys, and find the "good story of Mr. Newman" to be matter of conversat. in Jan. 1667-8, bef. our N. E. ecclesiast. hist. had filled his six yrs. See p. 354 of Lord Braybrook's Pepys, Vol. III. Ed. 4th.
SAMUEL, Rehoboth, s. prob. the eldest, of the preced. b. 6 July 1625, in Eng. m. 6 Dec. 1659, Bethia, d. of Francis Chickering of Dedham, had Mary, b. 3 Jan. 1661; Bathsheba, 19 Jan. 1662; wh. both d. young; Samuel, 21 Feb. 1663; David, 1 Nov. 1665; John, 1 July 1668; Hopestill, 19 July 1669; Mary, again, 7 Nov. 1670; and Antipas, 29 Mar. 1673, d. in few mos.; and Rehoboth gr.stone calls the w?s. name Bathsheba, wh. I distrust; yet the town rec. may be wrong; m. for sec. w. 2 May 1689, Hannah, d. of John Bunker, and for third w. aft. 1690, Theodosia, wid. of capt. Noah Wiswall, d. of John Jackson, was deac. and rep. for Swanzey 1692. He d. 14 Dec. 1710. Mary m. 2 Jan. 1699, Samuel Woodcock. SAMUEL, Rehoboth, s. of the preced. m. 8 Oct. 1696, Hannah Kenrick, wh. d. 8 Apr. 1718, had Noah, b. 1 Sept. 1697; Samuel, 30 July 1699; Hannah, 29 July 1701; Margaret, 8 Apr. 1704; Ann, 7 Apr. 1705; and John, 8 Dec. 1706; and d. 25 June 1747.
SAMUEL, New Haven, s. of Richard, m. 15 Feb. 1688, Elizabeth Rose of Branford, perhaps d. of Robert the sec. and d. next yr. without ch. His wid. d. the yr. foll. and his br. John and sis. Sarah inherit. his prop. SAMUEL, New Haven, s. of Richard, m. 15 Feb. 1688, Elizabeth Rose of Branford, perhaps d. of the sec. Robert, and d. 1689, without ch. His wid. d. next yr. and the prop. fell to br. John and sis. Sarah. THOMAS, Ipswich 1639, had come 1634, in the Mary and John, hav. tak. o. of supremacy and alleg. 16 Apr. d. 1676, leav. wid. wh. d. 19 Nov. 1679, and s. Thomas, John, and Benjamin. WILLIAM, Stamford 1665, may have rem. to Narragansett aft. 1669. Five of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at Harv. and two at other N. E. coll.
NEWMARCH, JOHN, Ipswich 1638, at Rowley perhaps 1643, and back to I. 1648; m. Martha, d. of Zaccheus Gould, had, as is learn. from his will of 14 Feb. 1696, pro. 26 Apr. 1697, John, Thomas, Zacheus, Martha, wh. m. 1675, Samuel Balch, Phebe Pennywell, and Sarah Berry. It made w. Martha extrix. and nam. gr.ch. Thomas Gould, and Martha Balch, tho. it might be hard to find the gr.ch. Thomas Gould. JOHN, Kittery, H. C. 1690, wh. d. 1754, was, perhaps, a gr.s. and it may be that Joseph, H. C. 1728, wh. d. 1765, a couns. of N. H. in 1754, was s. of this min. Sometimes it is Newmarsh.
NEWPORT, RICHARD, Boston, by w. Ruth had Ruth, b. 27 Apr. 1668.
NEWTON, ANTHONY, Dorchester, of Braintree 1640, engag. 1652 in sett. of Lancaster, was freem. 1671. BRYAN, Jamaica, L. I. 1656. DANIEL, Marlborough, s. of Richard, had Daniel, Benjamin, Susanna, Isaac, Abraham, Mary, Samuel, Nathaniel, Lydia, and Mercy; and [[vol. 3, p. 277]] d. 29 Nov. 1739. EDWARD, New Haven, took o. of fidel. 1645. EZEKIEL, Milford, s. of Roger, was liv. 1700. GEORGE, Ipswich, a. 1676 or 7. HENRY, Newtown, L. I. 1655. Perhaps s. or br. of Bryan of the adj. town. JOHN, Dorchester, 1632, freem. 4 Mar. 1633, rem. to Dedham, was kinsman of Edward Alleyn of Dedham, who, dying sudden at Boston, where he was a rep. 1642, by nuncup. will gave his est. to him, and ano. relat. had Henry, bapt. 1 Mar. 1643. JOHN, Dedham, perhaps s. of the preced. freem. 1643. JOHN, Marlborough, s. of Richard, by w. Elizabeth m. 1666, had John, b. 1667; Samuel, 1668; Zechary, 1671, Elizabeth 1672; Thomas; Sarah, 1679; and Silence; was freem. 1690.
JOHN, Boston, by w. Mehitable had Samuel, b. 23 Jan. 1678. JOHN, Milford, s. of Roger, d. 1699, leav. wid. Lydia, ch. Prudence, aged 18; Thomas, 17; Ezekiel, 12; and Joseph, 2. JOSEPH, Marlborough, s. of Richard, freem. 1685, perhaps sworn again, 1691; had w. Catharine. MOSES, Marlborough, br. of the preced. m. 28 Oct. 1668, Joanna, prob. d. of Edward Larkin, had Moses; David, b. 1672; Jonathan, 1679; James; Josiah; Edward; Hannah; Mercy; Jacob; and Ebenezer; was freem. 1690; and d. 23 May 1736. RICHARD, Sudbury 1640, by w. Ann or Hannah had John, b. 20 Oct. 1641; Mary, 12 or 22 June 1644; Moses, 26 Mar. 1646; Joseph, Daniel, 21 Dec. 1665; Elizabeth; Sarah; Isaac, and Hannah, wh. d. 13 Apr. 1654 took the freeman's oath 1645, and again, I suppose, in 1647, for no other Richard is heard of, but aft. 1656, rem. to S. part of Marlborough, now Southborough, was liv. Oct. 1675, Mary m. Jonathan Johnson; Elizabeth m. a Dingley; and Sarah m. a Taylor, as says Barry. ROGER, Farmington, the first min. m. at Hartford, Mary, eldest d. of Rev. Thomas Hooker, wh. d. 4 Feb. 1676, had at H. Samuel, bapt. 20 Oct. 1646; was ord. the day the ch. was form. 13 Oct. 1652, there had John, bapt. June 1656, but not 6, as print. in Geneal. Reg. XI. 324; and prob. other ch. bef. or aft. or both. He was dism. 1657, came to Boston, in Oct. to emb. for Eng. The ship in wh. he had tak. pass. was with ano. for the same destinat. detain. sev. days by head winds in the outer harbor, and he was invit. by letter to town on a special serv. A lamentab. superstit. encourag. the shipmaster and some others, as in Hull's Diary, p. 185, is told, to consent to his leav. the voyage, "as think. his presence some cause of the cross wind." I hope he got passwithout contra. wind, in a later ship, and return, he went to Milford, where was inst. 22 Aug. 1660, and d. 7 June 1683. His will, of 12 Mar. bef. names Samuel, Roger, Susanna, John, Ezekiel, bapt. 1660; Sarah, 1662; Alice, 1664; and Mary; but in some cases the order of success. is not ascert. His d. Susanna m. John Stone of M.; and Sarah m. 4 July 1683, John Wilson of New Haven.
ROGER, Milford, s. of [[vol. 3, p. 278]] the preced. d. 1690, leav. wid. Abigail, guard. of a s. and d. not nam. Among the proprs. in 1713 at M. were seven of his name. SAMUEL, Milford, s. of the preced. was ens. 1673, m. 14 Mar. 1669, Martha, d. of the first Benjamin Fenn, had Martha, b. 1671; and Thomas, 1675; and d. 1708. THOMAS, Fairfield, one of the five first sett. a man of conseq. chos. rep. to Apr. sess. 1645; had freq. suits at law with his neighb. and in 1652 charg. with a cap. crime, prob. witchcraft, or other imagin. offence, he escap. from prison, took refuge with the Dutch, who believed him innoc. He liv. at Newtown, on L. I. 1656, a purchaser that yr. of Middleburgh and was a capt. under Stuyvesant. By compact with the Unit. Cols. of N. E. the Dutch were bound to extradit. of fugit. as were the members of the Un. among thems. by art. VIII. of the confed. and in the rec. of the Commissnrs. Haz. II. 229, may be read the instruct. by Congr. to Newman, Leverett, and Davis, to proceed to New York and demand his body, and Ib. 236, their claim "of the body of Thomas Newton, some time a capit. offender in one of the Cols. of N. E." War was then raging betw. Eng. and Holland, but amicab. relat. wisely were preserv. on our side of the water; and Stuyvesant issued a warrant, Ib. 238, on the same day; but we may be glad that either cunning or common sense prevent. its execut.
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