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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RICHARD, prob. of Salem, had d. and his wid. m. Richard Bishop of Salem, to wh. in her right was gr. admin. of est. of K. as early as 1635. Felt. ROBERT, came in the Confidence from Southampton, 1638, aged 24, a serv. but we kn. no more. SAMUEL, Plymouth 1643, had Samuel, b. 29 Aug. 1649; and Isaac, 24 Oct. 1651. SAMUEL, Weymouth, by w. Experience had Susanna, b. 6 May 1659; Elizabeth 23 Sept. 1662; Experience, 6 Oct. 1664; Sarah, 31 Jan. 1666; and Samuel, 1 Mar. 1671; was freem. 1681. Ano. Samuel, at Weymouth, or the same, had Abigail, b. 20 Apr. 1681. SAMUEL, Northampton, br. of Benjamin, m. 1690, Joanna, wid. of Thomas Alvord, had Eliakim, b. 19 Feb. 1692; Samuel, 19 Nov. 1693; Jemima; and tw. ch. 31 July 1699, wh. both d. soon; and he d. 3 Oct. 1701; and his wid. m. 1702, Deliverance Bridgman. THOMAS, Sudbury, and Lancaster, by w. Ann, wh. d. 24 Dec. 1642, had Thomas, b. 4 Dec. 1642, d. 3 Jan. 1645. The f. also, d. soon, for his inv. was tak. by Capt. John Coolidge and Hugh Mason, 23 Apr. foll. Possib. he was that youth of 15, wh. came from Ipswich at the same time, in 1634, with the other Thomas a few yrs. older, but in a differ. ship, the Elizabeth.
THOMAS, Watertown 1640, prob. in the Frances from Ipswich, 1634, aged 19, came with so many, wh. sat down at that place, but first was, prob. at Hampton; by w. Mary had Thomas, b. 6 Mar. 1641; Mary, 2 Feb. 1643; and d. 7 Dec. 1644 His wid. m. 9 Mar. 1645, James Cutler. THOMAS, perhaps s. of the preced. in 1676 was of Marlborough. THOMAS, Scituate, came in the Blessing, from London, 1635, aged 21, in comp. with William Vassall, unit. with the ch. 25 Feb. 1638, but did not rem. next yr. with the pastor and his many friends; by w. Sarah had Rhoda, b. 11 Oct. 1639; George, 24 Dec. 1642, wh. it is thot. d. young; Thomas, 21 June 1645; Daniel, 4 Feb. 1648; Sarah, 24 May 1650; and John, 30 May 1652, d. in few wks.; and his w. d. 6 June aft. He next m. 31 Mar. 1653, Jane, wid. of Elder William Hatch, wh. d. 8 Oct. foll. had third w. Ann; but ch. of the first w. only are heard of; was Rul. Elder, and d. 1691; his will is of this date. Rhoda m. 8 Oct. 1656, at Boston, John Rogers of S. THOMAS, Scituate, s. of the preced. was a deac. had two ws. one prob. Mary, d. of the first William Sprague of Hingham, wh. must have been sec. w. for in 1669 he m. Elizabeth d. of Thomas Clap of S. He had sev. ch. of wh. Daniel was of Marshfield; and Sarah m. Elisha Bisby, jr. says Deane. In the same sh. with him came Susanna, aged 30, wh. may have been aunt. THOMAS, Sudbury, m. 26 Dec. 1655, Bridget Davis.
THOMAS, Taunton, d. 30 Mar. 1713, aged 70, says gr.stone. He may be that Weymouth inhab. wh. by w. Mary had John, b. 29 Aug. 1670; Mary, 12 June 1673; and, perhaps, bad ch. aft. rem. to T. THOMAS, [[vol. 3, p. 27]] Hatfield and Hartford, br. of Benjamin, m. 17 Nov. 1683, Abigail, d. of Jedediah Strong, had Thomas, b. at Northampton, 3 Dec. 1684, d. young; Abigail, 1687; and Mary, 1691, both at Hatfield; beside Thomas; and Robert; both at Hartford, where, aft. d. of his first w. 1689, he m. 1690, Mary, d. of Robert Webster, wh. d. 27 Sept. 1706. He had third w. and d. 26 Dec. 1711, and his wid. d. 2 Jan. foll. WILLIAM, Salem, came from London in the Abigail, 1635, aged 28, freem. 25 May 1636, wh. is inconsist. in trifling degree with Felt, wh. says he had gr. of ld. 1637, and was freem. aft. it; had there bapt. Mehitable, on 25 Dec. 1636; John, 1 Nov. 1638; and Deliverance, 31 Oct. 1641. In his case, we find not the w. in the valua. list of ch. mem. as was commonly the much more natural occurr. but he seems to have been the superior polemic, if not devotee; as, in the antinom. perversity of 1637, he was one of the five men in S. requir. to be disarm. for the public safety; and in the more violent ragings of spiritual insubordin. 1659, his Christian kindness to the Quakers expos. him to whip. and banishm. From the latter he was restor. on repent. 1661.
WILLIAM, Isle of Shoals, d. 28 May 1664, leav. William. WILLIAM, Boston, wh. by w. Sarah, d. of George Griggs, had William, b. 6 Nov. 1655, is, perhaps, f. of that man, honor. by Dunton in 1686, wh. d. 1690. The wid. of William m. bef. July 1662, Roger Burgiss, and d. 1664. WILLIAM, Northampton, br. of Benjamin, m. 1686, Elizabeth d. of Henry Denslow of Windsor, and had William, b. 7 Sept. 1687; Daniel, 17 Oct. 1689; Josiah, 27 Aug. 1693; John, 11 June 1697; Eleazer, Dec. 1701; and Elizabeth 15 June 1707. He d. 20 Sept. 1728; and his wid. d. 27 May 1746, aged 80. Of the gr. fam. of Kings at N. a hundred and fifty yrs. since, near all are extinct. A Winifred K. was m. at Boston, 15 Jan. 1657, to Joseph Benham of New Haven, but her f. is not kn. Seven of this name, Farmer saw, had, in 1829, been gr. at Harv. and twentytwo at other coll. of N. E. and Union and N. J.
KINGMAN, EDWARD, Weymouth, a soldier of capt. Johnson's comp. 1675, in the Narraganset campaign. HENRY, Weymouth, freem. 3 Mar. 1636, rep. 1638 and 52; his w. Joan d. 11 Apr. 1659; s. Henry, perhaps eldest, d. May 1660. In his will of 24 May 1666, he calls his age 74, or thereabouts, ment. s. Edward, Thomas, John, and ds. Holbrook; Davis, w. of Tobias, m. 13 Dec. 1649; and Barnard; of wh. the last was d. leav. five ch. JOHN, Weymouth, s. of the preced. by w. Elizabeth had John, b. 30 Apr. 1664; Henry, 11 May 1668; Samuel, 28 May 1670, Elizabeth 9 July 1673; Deliverance, 12 Mar. 1676; Susanna, Mar. 1678, d. soon; and Susanna, again, 12 Apr. 1679; was freem. 1666, rem. to Bridgewater, and d. 1690.
THOMAS, Weymouth, br. of the preced. by w. Rebecca had Rebecca, b. 2 July 1664, d. young; Hannah, [[vol. 3, p. 28]] 1 June 1666; Thomas, 11 Feb. 1671; John; and four others; was freem. 1681. Of the orig. stock descend. have been num. and reput.
KINGSBURY, ELEAZER, Dedham, s. of Joseph of the same, was freem. 1690. EPHRAIM, Haverhill, perhaps s. of Henry of the same, k. by the Ind. 2 May 1676, prob. unm. HENRY, Ipswich 1638, came, with w. Margaret and two or more ch. in the Talbot, one of the fleet of Winthrop 1630; is No. 23 on the list of mem. in the ch. of Boston, and his w. 26, against her name being writ. "dead since," that means, I presume, to refer to the orig. MS. lost aft. the third or fourth yr. Of him we learn no more, but possib. his liv. at I. 1648. Winthrop Appx. A. 41 and 45. HENRY, Ipswich, call. hims. 54 yrs. old in a depon. of 1669, with w. Susanna, by wh. he had Susanna, wh. m. 29 Jan. 1663, Joseph Pike; John; James, perhaps; Joseph, b. a. 1656, and other ch. prob. Samuel, and Thomas; may be the s. of the preced. liv. at I. 1660, at Rowley 1662, and she d. at Haverhill, 21 Feb. 1679, and he d. there 1 Oct. 1687. Perhaps he had Ephraim. JAMES, Haverhill, perhaps s. of Henry, or of Thomas, took o. of fidel. 28 Nov. 1677, had m. 6 Jan. 1674, Sarah, d. of Matthias Button, rem. later to Conn. and in 1730 was of Plainfield,
JOHN, Watertown, freem. 3 Mar. 1636, rem. that yr. to Dedham, of wh. he was rep. 1647. From his will, of 2 Dec. 1659, pro. 16 Oct. foll. we find that his w. was Margaret, only ch. John, br. Joseph, and his s. John, and kinsmen Henry K. of Ipswich, and Thomas Cooper of Seaconk, all, with other childr. of br. Joseph to be favor. with parts of his est. JOHN, Dedham, perhaps s. of the preced. d. bef. mid. life, and his wid. Elizabeth d. of Thomas Fuller, m. 17 Sept. 1672, Michael Metcalf, third of the same. JOHN, Rowley 1667, s. prob. of Henry the sec. cannot be the man (yet was prob. his f.) ment. by Coffin, wh. says he had by w. Hannah, John, b. at Newbury, 8 Apr. 1689, for this s. of Henry d. at Haverhill, 23 Jan. 1671, leav. one s. John, b. 28 July 1667, and one d. as in Geneal. Reg. VI. 346; and his wid. Elizabeth m. 11 Dec. 1672, Peter Green, and d. five yrs. aft. JOSEPH, Dedham, br. of the first John of the same, freem. 2 June 1641, by w. Milicent had Mary, b. 1 Sept. 1637; Elizabeth 14 Sept. 1638; Joseph, 17 Feb. 1641; John, 15 of some mo. not stat. 1643; Eleazer, 17 May 1645; and prob. others, of wh one may have been Sarah, wh. d. 24 Jan. 1646. JOSEPH, Wrentham, s. perhaps of the preced. by w. Mary, had Elizabeth b. 14 May 1670; Eleazer, 12 May 1673; Hannah, 26 July 1675; Mary, 19 July 1680; and prob. one or more intermed. when rec. of the town were lost. His w. d. 31 July 1680; and he m. 7 Sept. 1681 ano. Mary, was freem. 1682.
JOSEPH, Haverhill, s. of Henry the sec. m. 2 Apr. 1669, Love Ayers, as fam. tradit. tells, and had Joseph, Nathaniel, Mary, Elizabeth and Susanna, with wh. it adds, that he rem. a. 1708 (when his employer, [[vol. 3, p. 29]] capt. Simon Wainwright had been k. by the Ind.) to Norwich, there d. 1741. NATHANIEL, Dedham, freem. 1677, was, perhaps, s. of Joseph of the same, m. Mary, d. of John Bacon of the same. SAMUEL, Haverhill, prob. s. of the sec. Henry, m. 5 Nov. 1679, Huldah Corliss, and d. 26 Sept. 1698, she surv. THOMAS was br. of the first Henry perhaps, but I have knowl. of no more, exc. that he agreed to emb. with him. See Winthrop II. 340.
THOMAS, Haverhill, s. perhaps of the preced. sw. fidel. 1677, was more prob. s. of the sec. Henry, m. 29 June 1691, wid. Deborah Eastman, and, next, 19 Jan. 1703, Sarah Haines, wh outliv. him, but no ch. by either is kn. Two of this name had been gr at Harv. in 1834, and twelve at other N. E. coll.
KINGSLEY, or KINSLEY, ELDAD, Rehoboth 1663, s. of John of Dorchester, aid. that yr. Rev. John Myles in form. first Bapt. ch. of Mass.; m. Mehitable, d. of Roger Morey in 1662, and had John; Samuel; Jonathan; Mary, b. 7 Oct. 1675; and Nathaniel, 5 Feb. 1679, and d. 28 Aug. 1679. Professor K. the late venerab. and well belov. of New Haven, was of the seventh generat. from the first John, thro. Eldad. ENOS, Northampton, br. prob. of the preced. m. 15 June 1662, Sarah, d. of Edmund Haynes of Springfield, had John, b. 1664, d. soon; Sarah, 1665; John, again, 1667; Haynes, 1669, d. at 20 yrs.; Ann; Samuel, 1675; Remember, 1677, d. soon; and Hannah, 1681; was freem. 1680, and d. 9 Dec. 1708. JOHN, Dorchester 1635, came prob. with some friend of Mather, and was here bef. him; at least was one of the seven pillars on format. of the new ch. for him, 23 Aug. 1636, and was the last surviv.; had Freedom; Eldad.b. 1638; Enos; Edward; and Renewal, 19 Mar. 1644; rem. to Rehoboth, aft. 1648, when he was in office, and 1658; there liv. and suffer. the Ind. hostil. of wh. in a letter of supplicat. for relief, under date of 5 May 1676, most sad pict. is giv. It is print. in Trumbull, Col. Rec. II. 445. His will, of 2 Nov. 1677, ment. on y 3 ch. Edward, Enos, and Freedom; but a d. prob. then d. had m. John French of Northampton. Perhaps ano. d. m. Timothy Jones. One John, perhaps the same, of R. was bur. 6 Jan. 1679, and Mary, prob. his w. 29 of the same mo. JOHN, Dorchester, s. of Stephen, m. a d. of William Daniels, perhaps nam. Alice, had Susanna, b. 1671. This w. d. 14 Jan. 1674, and 16 Mar. foll. he m. Mary Maury or Morey, and he and w. d. 1679.
JOHN, Milton, m. Abigail, d. of James Leonard, had Abigail; Mary, b. 1676; John; Stephen; Samuel; and Elizabeth and a. 1698, leav. the w. and ch. here nam. SAMUEL, Billerica, freem. 1651, m. Hannah, d. of Capt. Richard Brackett, d. 21 May 1662; and his wid. and her f. were admors. SAMUEL, Braintree, prob. s. of Stephen, by w. Hannah had Hannah, b. 27 July 1666; Elizabeth 22 Nov. 1657; and Mary, 3 Mar. 1659, possib. this may be the ch. that d. 26 Mar. 1658, as [[vol. 3, p. 30]] near that time in the yr. the count. is easi. mistak. in rec. He may be the same as the preced. I think. A Samuel, perhaps his s. was b. 1662, and in the next generat. of Bridgewater, m. Mary, d. of John Washburn. STEPHEN, Dorchester, perhaps br. of John, freem. 13 May 1640, rep; 1650, rem. to Braintree, there had Mary, b. 30 Aug. 1640; ord. rul. Eld. of the ch. that was gather. 17 Sept. 1639. He rem. final. to Milton, was rep. 1666, and in his will of 27 May, pro. 3 July foll. in 1673, provides for s. John, three s.-in-law, Henry Crane, Anthony Gulliver, and Robert Mason, beside a s. and two ds. ch. of his s. Samuel, prob. dec.
KINGSNOTH, or KINGSWORTH, HENRY, Guilford 1639, sign. the cov. for settlem. of 1 June, m. Mary, d. of John Stevens of the same; d. 1668, his will was of 31 July, and inv. tak. 4 Nov. of that yr. To s. of his br. Daniel, of Staplehurst in Kent, was giv. his est. and his wid. m. 2 June 1669, John Collins as his sec. w.
KINGSMILL, WILLIAM, a Quaker, punish. at Boston with 15 stripes, wh. did not, however it might reasonab. be anticipat. prevent him from renounc. his errors.
KINNICUT. See Kennicut.
KINSMAN, or KINGSMAN, ROBERT, Ipswich 1635, came the yr. preced. in the Mary and John, had soon aft. a gr. of ld. m. a d. of Thomas Boreman, and d. Jan. 1665. ROBERT, Ipswich, s. of the preced. freem. 1674, m. Rebecca, eldest d. of Andrew Burley of the same, was a warm oppon. of Andros, rep. 1692. Revo. in N. E. Justif. 14.
KIPPEN or KIPPINS. See Kibby.
KIRBY, HENRY, a soldier, 1676, serv. in Turner's comp. on Conn. riv. wh. may be the Salem freem. 1677, spell. in the list Kirrey, unless, as seems more prob. that be intend. for Skerry. JOHN, Middletown, whither Dr. Field thot. he rem. from Boston, and Hinman made him of Hartford 1645; but be£ the sett. of M. he had been at H. and Wethersfield, and at Plymouth 1643; had Elizabeth b. at Hartford, 8 Sept. 1646; and at Wethersfield, Hannah, 1649; John, and Eunice, tw. 18 Dec. 1651; Sarah, 1653; Joseph, 17 July 1656; Bethia, 19 Feb. 1659; Susanna, 3 May 1664; and Abigail, 6 Mar. 1666. He own. an est. at Rowington, near Kenilworth in Warwicksh. His s. John was k. by the Ind. 1676; and he d. Apr. 1677, his will bears date 6, and was pro. 27 of that mo. He left wid. Elizabeth and ch. Mary, then w. of Emanuel Buck, aged 32; Hannah, w. of Thomas Andrews, 27; Esther, w. of Benajah Stone, 25; Sarah, w. of Samuel Hubbard, 23; Joseph, 21; Bethia, 18; Susanna, 13; and Abigail, 11; beside Elizabeth w. of David Sage, wh. was dec. Susanna m. Abraham Cruttenden. JOSEPH, Middletown, only surv. s. of the preced. went to Carolina, but at the end of some yrs. came home poor, bad lawsuit with other heirs a. est. of his f.
RICHARD, Lynn, rem. 1637 to Sandwich, by w. Jane had Increase, and prob. Abigail, tw. b. Feb. 1650, of wh. Abigail was bur. the same, and Increase, the next mo. and the mo. and [[vol. 3, p. 31]] her s. Richard were bur. in Mar. of that yr. He was imprison. as a Quaker 1658, may have tak. o. of fidel. at Dartmouth 1684, where he m. 2 Nov. 1678, Abigail Rowland of D. perhaps as sec. or third w. By former w. Patience he had at D. Sarah, b. 1 May 1667; John, 2 Mar. 1673; and Robert, 10 Mar. 1675. Perhaps he was of Oyster Bay, L. I. 1685. ROBERT, Dartmouth 1684, or near that time. WILLIAM, Boston, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 20 Dec. 1640, wh. d. 12 July 1642. He was the executioner 1657 and 8, liv. in 1667, may be that freem. of 1647, print. Kerley.
KIRGE, JOSEPH, is the un-Eng. name, giv. to one of "the flower of Essex," wh. fell at Bloody brook under capt. Lothrop, 18 Sept. 1675, wh. prob. should be King.
KIRK, HENRY, Dover 1665. THOMAS, Boston, merch. from. London, or as Sir Thomas Temple wrote, then here, capt. of a sh. was sent with Thomas Kellond, bear. warrant from Gov. Endicott, 1662, to arrest in aonn. the regicides Whalley and Goffe. Hutch. I. 215. 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. VIII. 325. Full report from their search, a curious paper, is in Hutch. Coll. 334. ZECHARIAH, Boston 1686, m. Abigail, d. of Joshua Rawlins.
KIRKEETE, KIRKEET, or CARKEET, WILLIAM, Saco, d. 1662, leav. prop. by inv. of £134. The name seems strange, yet one William K. of Lynn, wh. may have come from Saco, by w. Lydia had Robert, b. at Salem 11 Nov. 1697.
KIRKHAM, THOMAS, Wethersfield 1648, had Samuel, and, perhaps, other ch. but not on rec. The name is various. spelt, sometimes with initial C.
KIRKMAN, JOHN, Lynn 1632, freem. 4 Mar. 1633, rep. 1635.
KIRTLAND, or KERTLAND, now commonly KIRKLAND, JOHN, Saybrook, by tradit. call. one of the first sett. but may not reasona. be thot. among the inhab. of first 30 or 40 yrs. was a of Nathaniel of Lynn, m. 18 Nov. 1679, Lydia, d. of lieut. William Pratt, had John, b. 11 July 1681; Priscilla, 1 Feb. 1683; Lydia, 11 Oct. 1685; Elizabeth 27 June 1688; Nathaniel 24 Oct. 1690; Philip, 28 May 1693; Martha, 11 Aug. 1695; Samuel, 19 Jan. 1699; Daniel, 17 June 1701; and Parnell, 16 Oct. 1704; was a lieut. and a. 20 Jan. 1716. He was made heir by John Westall to all his good est. esc. £500 by him, h. of K's aunt, reserv. for her. The ninth of these ch. Daniel, Y. C. 1720, first min. of third ch. at Norwich, call. Newent (thro. affect. for the town of that name in the N. W. part of Of.) had tenth ch. Samuel, the celebr. missiona. to the Ind. of the six nations, wh. was f. of the more disting. John Thornton K. the ever hon. Presid. of Harv. Univ.
NATHANIEL, Lynn, came in the Hopewell, capt. Bundock, from London, [[vol. 3, p. 32]] 1635, aged 19, call. of Sherington, in Co. Bucks, near Olney, went to L. I. with first sett. there, but aft. few yrs. came back to L. there by w. Parnell had Ann, b. 16 Apr. 1658; John, Aug. 1659; Hannah, 15 Apr. 1662; Elizabeth 20 Mar. 1664; Martha, and Mary, tw. 15 May 1667; and he d. Dec. 1686. Hannah m. 20 Feb. 1679, William Pratt of Saybrook. NATHANIEL, Lynn, prob. s. of the preced. b. at Southold, L. I. m. 20 Jan. 1675, Mary Rand, had Nathaniel, b. 3 May 1677; Mary, 1 Feb. 1680; Priscilla, 9 Apr. 1683; and Elizabeth 22 June 1685. His wid. m. 24 Apr. 1690, Dr. John H. Burchsted. PHILIP, Lynn, came in the Hopewell, capt. Bundock, from London, 1633, aged 21, call. on the custom-ho. rec. of Sherington near Olney in Co. Rucks, was prob. br. of Nathaniel first ment. and went with him to sett. L. I. and came back sooner than he, was a shoemak. Lewis says; by w. Alice had Mary, b. 3 or 8 June 1640; Sarah, 27 Sept. 1646; Susanna, 8 Mar. 1652; Hannah, and Ebenezer, tw. 12 June 1654. He had elder br. John, whose resid. is unkn. and d. bef. July 1659, and his wid. Alice m. Evan Thomas of Boston, wh. in favor of the childr. made convey. of est. in tr. 24 Apr. 1661. Sarah m. 5 Oct. 1664, John Davis. PHILIP, Lynn, perhaps s. of the preced. perhaps of the first Nathaniel, m. 14 Oct. 1679, Ruth Pierce.
KIRTSHAW, JOHN, Newtown, L. I. 1655.
KISKEYES, or KESKEYS, HENRY, Boston, m. 7 Aug. 1656, Ruth, d. of Richard Graves, had Henry, b. 3 May 1657, mispr. in Geneal. Reg. X. 68.
KITCHELL, ROBERT, Guilford 1639, had w. Margaret, s. Samuel; Hannah, wh. m. 12 Nov. 1656, Jeremiah Peck; and.Sarah, d. May 1657; was giv. power, in 1665, to hold court at G. but next yr. rem. to N. J. where he was disting. and is call. in hist. the benefact. of Newark. His wid. rem. to Greenwich, there d. 1679. SAMUEL, Guilford, s. of the preced. was ensign 1665, m. 11 Mar. 1657, at New Haven, Elizabeth d. of John Wakeman, had Sarah, b. the same yr., d. 5 Jan. foll.; Elizabeth b. 1 Feb. bapt. 13 Mar. 1659; and Abigail, 10, bapt. 11 Aug. 1661; but then liv. at New Haven; may have had more ch. at G. In July 1667, unit. with Bruen and others, he purch. large tract from Ind. in and around Newark, N. J.
KITCHEN, JOHN, Salem 1640, freem. 28 Feb. 1643, shoemak. by w. Elizabeth had there bapt. Elizabeth and Hannah, 12 Mar. 1643, wh. were not prob. tw. but the f. was not earlier of the ch.; Joseph, 20 Apr. 1645; John, 28 June 1646, d. soon; Mary, 23 Apr. 1648, wh. m. 20 Feb. 1666, Timothy Robinson; John, again, 21 Mar. 1652; and Robert, 15 Apr. 1655; beside, prob. Abigail, wh. m. 3 June 1669, John Guppy; and Priscilla, wh. m. Oct. 1672, Nathaniel Hum (if this be not abbrev.); but certain. Benjamin, b. 28 Aug. 1669, and d. next mo. He was chos. sealer of leather, 1655, and d. 1676. ROBERT, Salem, s. of the preced. merch. and shipowner, d. 28 Oct. 1712, in 56th yr. says gr.stone; and his s. Robert, a student at H. C. d. 20 Sept. 1716.
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KITCHERELL, KETCHERWELL, KETCHERING, or KECHERELL, sometimes with the first let. C., JOSEPH, Charlestown 1636, perhaps the same, whose w. perhaps, or sis. Sarah on adm. there by the ch. 30 Nov. 1643, is spell. Kitcherin, and for wh. Felt shows, in Salem, gr. of ld. 1639, and adm. to the ch. in the same yr. I doubt he was not many yrs. at either place, being mark. in the ch. rec. as drown. as in Essex Inst. Coll. I. 39, where the c is mistak. for t. SAMUEL, Hartford, by w. Martha had Martha; Samuel, and Hannah, b. 4 Jan. 1646; and d. 1650. His wid. m. 2 Jan. 1651, Anthony Dorchester of Springfield, where Samuel d. 9 June 1651, and Hannah d. 29 Apr. 1658, and Martha m. 1 Dec. 1659, Abel Wright.
KITTREDGE, JOHN, Billerica 1661, or earlier, the ancest. of the many thousands of the name in our ld. came, it is said, in youth with his mo. was a farmer; had John, b. 24 Jan. 1666; James, 28 Mar. 1668; Daniel, 23 July 1670; Jonathan, 1674, d. 1696; and Benoni, 1677, posthum. for the f. d. 18 Oct. 1676. Much do I regret, that of those five s. our informat. is confin. to JOHN, Billerica, s. of the preced. m. 3 Aug. 1685, Hannah, perhaps d. by sec. w. of William French, had six s. and five ds. and d. 27 Apr. 1714. He was, says Farmer, the first of the fam. with that prefix, Dr. wh. has since been so freq. with his progeny, of wh. three at Harv. and nineteen at other N. E. coll. had been gr. in 1834.
KNAPP, AARON, Taunton 1643, may have been f. of Elizabeth wh. m. 17 Feb. 1674, Nicholas Stoughton; and beside had Mary, bapt. at Roxbury, 20 Nov. 1659; and he d. bef. 1676. Baylies, II. 267, 278. CALEB, Stamford, s. of Nicholas, freem. 1670, made his will 11 Dec. 1674, d. soon. He names w. Hannah, and ch. Caleb, wh. was b. 1661; John, 1664; Moses; Samuel; Sarah; and Hannah. JAMES, Watertown 1652, s. of William the first, b. in Eng. m. Elizabeth d. of John Warren, had Elizabeth b. 21 Apr. 1655; and James, 26 May 1657, wh. d. 26 Sept. foll. In the autumn of 1671, at Groton, where he then liv. his w. suffer. terrib. by witchcraft, if the trifling story in the Magn. VI. 67, is good for any thing. JOHN, Watertown, br. of the preced. m. 25 May 1660, Sarah Young, had John, b. 4 May 1661; and Sarah, 5 Sept. 1662; and sev. others, for his will of 22 Jan. 1696, pro. 27 Apr. foll. tho. it names not either of these, wh. were, perhaps, d. ment. wid. Sarah, and ch. Henry, Isaac, John, Daniel, and Abigail. JOHN, Taunton, m. 7 Oct. 1685, Sarah Austin. Possib. he was s. of the preced. JONATHAN, Fairfield, s. of the first Roger, d. young, for his inv. is of 1 Feb. 1676.
JOSHUA, Greenwich 1670, s. of Nicholas, m. 9 June 1657, at Stamford, Hannah Close, had good est. by inv. of 1685, tho. he d. 27 Oct. 1684, leav. ch. Hannah, aged 25; Joshua, 22; Joseph, 20; Ruth, [[vol. 3, p. 34]] 18; Timothy, 16; Benjamin, 10; Caleb, 7; Jonathan, 5. His wid. m. John Bowers. MOSES, Greenwich 1670, br. of the preced. prob. youngest, but perhaps was only a ld. holder, and never liv. at G. but at Stamford as early as 1667, and there his f. gave him ld. by his will; m. a. 1669, Abigail, d. of Richard Wescoat. Whether he had ch. I am not advis. but he was liv. certain. at S. up to 1701, perhaps later. NICHOLAS, Watertown, may have come in the fleet with Winthrop and Saltonstall 1630, by w. Elinor had Jonathan, wh. was bur. 27 Dec. 1631; Timothy, b. 14 Dec. 1632; Joshua, 5 Jan. 1635; Caleb, 20 Jan. 1637; Sarah, 5 Jan. 1639; Ruth, 6 Jan. 1641; and Hannah, 6 Mar. 1643; rem. to Stamford, there, I suppose, had Moses, and Lydia. His w. Elinor d. 16 Aug. 1658, and he m. 9 Mar. foll. Unity, wid. of Peter Brown, wh. had been wid. of Clement Buxton; d. Apr. 1670. His will of 15 of that mo. names four s. Caleb, Joshua, Moses, Timothy; and four ds. Sarah, Hannah, Lydia, and Ruth. Sarah m. 6 Sept. 1667, Peter Disbrough; and Ruth m. 20 Nor. foll. Joseph Ferris.
ROGER, New Haven 1643-7, Fairfield 1656-70, and prob. later, had made his will 21 Mar. 1673; nam. w. Elizabeth and ch. Jonathan, Josiah, Lydia, Roger, John, Nathaniel, Elizabeth and Mary, some of wh. were minors, and his inv. is of 20 Sept. 1675. ROGER, Fairfield, s. of the preced. d. 1691, but no acco. is found of his fam. THOMAS, Sudbury, m. at Watertown, 19 Sept. 1688, Mary, d. of John Grout, and d. beyond sea, leav. wid. and ch. Sarah, aged 9 yrs. and Mary, 6, when admin. was issu. 28 May 1697. TIMOTHY, Stamford, s. perhaps eldest, of Nicholas, rep. for Rye 1670, was of Greenwich, liv. 1697. In that century a singlep was used.
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