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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PENNY, HENRY, New Hampsh. secr. of the Prov. 1683, and a capt. d. 16 mar. 1709, leav. s. Henry in Eng. Adams, 106. ROBERT, Salem, had gr. of ld. 1638. THOMAS, Gloucester 1652, of wh. our kn. is incomplete, as that his wh. Ann d. 26 Apr. 1667, and he m. 15 June 1668, Agnes Clark, wh. d. 23 Feb. 1682; and he m. 17 May foll. Joan Brabrook, perhaps wid. of Richard. But when he took the first w. what was her surname, or how many ch. they had, is untold; and, tho. the name was cont. in the town to a third and fourth generat, we see in his will a. 1692, only one ment. that Joan, wh.had m. so early, Babson says, as 28 Mar. 1658. Thomas Kent. WILLIAM, Salem, m. 15 May, 1676 Sarah Greenwich.
PENOYER, or PENNYER, ROBERT, emb. in the Hopewell, capt. Babb, 8 Sept. 1635, aged 21, with Thomas, 10, perhaps br. of cousin, at London, where Mr. Somerby, from the custom h. rec. found the name Pennaire, but I know, that he wrote it Penoire. Where he first sat down, after land. at Boston, is uncert. Yet in Col. Rec. I find he was sentence. to be whip. in 1639, for some failure, and that, perhaps, made him rem. but, of whatever part of Mass. it was, he had left in ten yrs being then near Gravesend on L. I. and not long after at Stamford where he m. prob. not first w. the wid. of Richard Scofield, and in Oct. 1671, giv. capt.
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Johnathan Selick power to act for him in Eng. he calls hims. of Rye. He was br. of William, a merch. of London, wh. was liberal in his benefact. to H. C. by whose will, May 1670, a bequest to him was made. he or Thomas, or perhaps both,left issue; and the benefit of his relative's generos. was, in our day, more than a century and a half since the donor's d. partaken, by an undergr. of the univ. on claim of blood relationsh.
PENTICUS, JOHN, Charlestown 1638 or earlier, freem. 13 May 1640, by w. Joanna, wh. was wid. of Edward Larkin, had John, b. 6 May 1659, and d. 19 oct. 1687, aged near 90. Perhaps he had former w. He and w. Joanna join. the ch. 16 Sept. 1639. See Budington's Hist. Often in rec. of town and ch. the name is Penticost.
PENTLAND, NATHANIEL, Lynn.
PENWELL, or PENEWELL, JOSEPH, Saco, d. early. WALTER, Saco, d. Mar. 1683, leav. wid. Mary, prob. d. of Robert Booth, and s. Walter, br. of Joseph, of wh. he had been admor. See Pennell.
PEPPER, FRANCIS, Springfield 1645, d. 5 Dec. 1685, had prob. no w. nor ch. ISAAC, Eastham s. prob. of Robert of roxbury, m. 7 Oct. 1685, Apphia, d. of Samuel Freeman, had Apphia, b. 24 Feb. 1687; Mary, 7 Aug. 1690; Isaac, 29 July 1693; Robert, 15 Feb. 1696; Elizabeth 11 July 1698; Joseph, 1 Nov. 1700, d. young; Solomon, 15 Jan. 1703; and Joseph, again, 24 Feb. 1705. JACOB, Roxbury, s. of Robert, m. 10 feb. 1685, Elizabeth d. of Stephen Paine the sec. of Rehoboth, had Robert, b. 27 Dec. foll. d. soon; Robert, again, 16 Mar. 1687, d. in few wks.; and the nest on rec. is Rebecca, 11 July 1702, after more than fifteen yrs. interval; Ann, 2 Apr. 1705; Mary, 16 Nov. 1707, d. in few mos.; and Benjamin, wh. d. 17 Feb. 1713, prob. quite young. JOHN, Roxbury, br. of the preced. m. 1669, Bethia Fisher, of Dedham, wh. d. the same yr. and he d. 18 Mar. 1670. JOSEPH, Roxbury, br. of the preced. by w. Mary had Bethia, b. 6 Nov. 1676, posthum. he being k. by the Ind. 21 Apr. preced. at Sudbury fight. His wid. m. 28 Feb. 1678, Joshua Sever. RICHARD, Roxbury, same in the Francis from Ipswich, 1634, aged 27, with w. Mary, 30, and d. Mary, 3 1/2, beside Stephen Beckett, of 11 yrs. unit. with the ch. early, as did his w. freem. 4 Mar. 1635; but of f. mo. or ch. nothing is kn. beyond that, only I have a meager note, that he was liv. in 1648. he may have rem. to long distance in Conn. Mr. Drake gave this man the name of Pepy in his transcript for Geneal. Reg. XIV. 331 and 2, but on the latter p. has it both ways. I had nine yrs. bef. print. in 3 Mas. hist. Coll. X 143 and 4 the copy sent me by our countryman, Henry Stephens, the accomplish. assist. at the British Museum, and perhaps his reading may seem equal, prob. ROBERT, Roxbury, perhaps br. of the preced. m. 14 Mar. 1643, Elizabeth Johnson, had Elizabeth bapt. 3 Mar. 1644, d. in few days; Elizabeth again, b. 25 May, bapt. 1
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June 1645, John, 8,bapt. 11 Apr. 1647, Joseph, 18 Mar. 1649; Mary, 27 Apr. 1651; Benjamin, 15 May 1653, d. young; Robert, 21, bapt. 29 Apr. 1655; Sarah, b. 28 Apr. 1657, whose bapt. is lost from the rec.; Isaac, 26 Apr. bapt. 1 May 1659; and Jacob, 28 July, bapt. 4 Aug. 1661. He was freem. 10 May 1643; his w. d. 5 Jan. 1684; and he, the "aged Christian," as the ch. rec. calls him, d. 7 July foll. having, three days bef. made his will, in wh. he ment. s. Isaac, and Jacob, ds. Elizabeth wh. had m. 13 May 1662, John Everett; Mary, wh. had m. 28 Oct. 1669, Samuel Everett, both of Dedham; Sarah, w. of John Mason of Boston, and Bethia, sole ch. of Joseph, who was k. in service, with many others of his townsmen under Wadsworth at Sudbury. His s. Robert had been tak. by the Ind. at Squakheag fight, 4 Sept. 1675, under capt. Beers, when report said he was k. but Mrs. Rowlandson saw him in the foll. winter, and he prob. d. in captiv.
PEPPERELL, ANDREW, Newcastle, s. of the first William, a merch. m. 1707, Jane, d. of Robert Eliot, had Sarah, and Margery, and d. a 1713. The wid. m. 25 Nov. 1714, Charles Frost of Kittery. WILLIAM, Kittery, came from Cornwall, or Devonsh., a fisherman, a. 1676, to Isle of Shoals, thence in 3 or 4 yrs. rem. to K. m. Margery, d. of John Bray of K. had Andrew, b. 1 July 1681; Mary, 5 Sept. 1685; Margery, 1689; Joanna, 22 June 1692; Meriam, 3 Sept. 1694; Dorothy, 23 July 1698; and Jane, 1701; beside the famous Sir William, 27 June 1696. He was a wealthy merch. prud. magistr. and d. 15 Feb. 1734, at the age of 85, says Farmer. His wid. d. 24 Apr. 1741. Mary m. 4 Sept. 1702, John Frost, bore him seventeen ch. bec. third w. 12 Aug. 1745, of Rev. Benjamin Colman, of Boston; and for third h. a three yrs aft. m. Benjamim Prescott of Danvers, and d. 1766; Margery m. Pelatiah Whittemore, wh. had by her four ch. and was drown. near Isle of Shoals, and she m. Elihu Gunnison; Joanna m. Dr. George Jackson; Merian m. Andrew Tyler of Boston; Dorothy m. Andrew Watkins, and next, Joseph Newmarch; and Jane m. Benjamin Clark, and next, William Tyler of Boston. ? *WILLIAM, Kittery, s. of the preced. was a merch. of great skill, energy and affluence, rep. 1726, of the counc. 1727 thirty-two yrs. command. of the land forces in the happy expedit. 1745, against Cape Breton, for conq. of wh. he was created baronet, and d. 6 July 1759, aged 63; so that his only s. Andrew, H. C. 1743, wh. d. 1 Mar. 1751, could not enjoy the title. this was, however, reviv. in the favor of William Sparhawk, H. C. 1766, the gr.s. of Sir William, by his sovereign, with the name and arms of Pepperell, in 1774, but again became extinct, on his d. 17 Dec. 1816. The wid. of first baronet, d. 16 Nov. 1789; but his only surv. d. Elizabeth and m. 1 May 1742, Hon. Nathaniel Sparhawk of Portsmouth, and the mo. of the next baronet. He m. 21
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Feb. 1723, unless the fam. report of 16 Mar. he more trustworthy, Mary, d. of Grove Hirst, gr.d. of Ch. Just. Sewall, had Elizabeth b. 29 Dec. 1723; Andrew, 4 Jan. 1726; William, 26 May 1729, d. in few mos.; and Margery, 4 Sept. 1732, d. soon. The revo. of 1775 was not honor. by confiscat. of his prop. nor am I aware of the amount of the patriotic plunder, or the benefit enjoy. by partakers. Like most of the other adher. of the crown from N. E. of wh. the number was not large, he showed a gr. affection for the land of his birth,and bestow. attent. when in his power, on prisoners wh. fought against his cause, and in later yrs. on travellers from the home of his love.
PEPYS, RICHARD, Boston 1642, or earlier, took the est. that was of William Blaxton, by purch. and desir. to buy more,as in the rec. I find, that the Selectmen, 27 Feb. 1643, appoint. Colbron and Eliot, a comtee. "to view a parcel of land toward Mr. Blaxton's beach, wh. Richard Peapes desires to purchase of the town, whether it may be conveniently sold unto him." Of him I kn. no more; but prob. he was from Cottenham in Cambridgesh. for the pronunciat. we see, in one syllab. as also his own spell. of the name, both quite rare, are the same as that of the late Lord Cottenham, the Chancellor of Great Britain, and of Samuel Pepys. F. R. S. the Diarymaker, of whose m. the certif. pub. by Lord Braybrook, spells the name Peps, acc. the common pronuniciat.
PERCIVAL, PASSEVIL, PASSAVIL, or PARCYFULL, and in Col. Rec. PURSUALL, JAMES, Sandwich, had Elizabeth b. 10 Sept. 1675. JAMES, Haddam, possib. s. of the preced. had John, b. 17 Oct. 1706; and Timothy (by w. Abigail), 2 Oct. 1712. JOHN, Barnstable, had Elizabeth b. 22 Feb. 1704; and James, 5 Dec. 1711. Perhaps he was br. of the preced.
PERCY, PEERCE, PIERCY, or PERCIE, JOHN, gloucester, m. 17 July 1673, Jane, wid. of Philip Stanwood. MARMADUKE, Salem, 1637, came the yr. bef. from Sandwich, Co. Kent, a tailor, with w. Mary, and one serv. ROBERT, New London, bought a ho. 1678, says caulkins, and sold it next yr.
PERHAM, PERRUM, or PERAM, ABRAHAM, Rehoboth, had Sarah and Rebecca, tw. b. 11 oct. 1679, and the latter d. in 3 ds. JOHN, Rehoboth 1643, suppose by Farmer to be an early sett. at Chelmsford,but the contin, resid. of him and descent. at R. as shown by Baylies, II. 199, 203, 8, 16 and Iv. 85, satisfy me of the contra. He had Noah, b. 24 Dec. 1679. JOHN, Chelmsford 1666, frem. 1690. In the same yr. JOHN of Roxbury appears in the list of rem. but I suspect an error of the rec. as the name is not found in R. near that time. Possib. John Perry May have been ment.
PERIGO, EZEKIEL,Saybrook, prob. s. of Robert,said to be b. 22 June 1658, went as a soldier to Northampton 1707, and that yr. m.
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Mary Webb. ROBERT, Saybrook, had suit, 1665, in Ct. of Assist. in Mass.
PERIT. BENJAMIN, Straford 1669.
PERKINS, ABRAHAM, Hampton, by w. Mary, wh. d. 29 May 1706, aged 88, had Mary, and Abraham, b. 2 Sept. both bapt. 15 Dec. 1639, was freem. 13 May 1640. Other ch. were Humphrey, b. 22 Jan. 1642, d. young; James, 11 Apr. 1644; Timothy, July 1646; both d. young' James, again, 5 Oct. 1647; Jonathan, May 1650; David, 1653; Abigail, 2 or 12 Apr. 1655; Timothy, 2 or 29 June 1657, d. in few mos. as told in Geneal. Reg. XII. 79; Sarah, 7 or 26 July 1659; and Humphrey, 17 May 161; beside Caleb, and Luke of doubtful date. His will of 22 Aug. 1683 was pro. 18 Sept. foll. Abigail m. 10 Nov. 1675, John Folsom the sec. of Hampton. ABRAHAM, Hampton, s. prob. of the preced. m. Elizabeth d. of Thomas Sleeper of the same, was k. by the Ind. 13 June 1677, leav. ds. Mercy, b. 3 July 1671; Mary, 20 Nov. 1673; and Elizabeth 9 Apr. 1676. ABRAHAM, Ipswich, s. of John sec. of the same, freem. 1685, m. 16 Oct. 1661, Hannah, d. of William Beamsley of Boston, then a young wid. Bushnell, had Hannah, b. 7 Aug. 1662; Beamsley, 7 Apr. 1673; John, 23 Aug. 1676, H C. 1695; Stephen, 1683; and Abraham, 22 Dec. 1685; and d. 27 Apr. 1722; and his wid. d. 16 Oct. 1732, aged 91. BENJAMIN, Newbury, had Daniel, b. 18 Dec. 1684. CALEB, Hampton,s. of Abraham the first of the same, or of Isaac of the same, as is said, m. Bethia, d. of James Philbrick, had Rhoda, b.24 June 1677; Benjamin, 11 May 1680; and Ann, 19 Mar. 1682. EBENEZER, Hampton, s. of Isaac of the same, by w. Mercy, had Daniel. b. June 1685; Abigail, 11 Aug. 1687; and Jonathan 10 May 1691. EDMUND, Boston 1675, m. Susanna, wid. of John Howlett, d.of Francis Hudson, had Edmund, b. 8 May 1678, d. young; John, 14 Oct. 1680; Edmund, again, 6 Sept. 1683; and Jane, 25 Feb. 1687. Of his d. I find not rec. but his w. was nam. 1697, in the will of her f. EDMUND, Boston, s. of the preced. m. 1709, Mary Farris, had Edmund, William, and Mary. He took sec. w 8 Mar. 1722, Esther Frothingham, and had John; Esther; Edmund, again; Susanna, wh. d. young; James, b. 1733; Samuel; and Susanna, again; and d. 1761. James was a merch. and f. of the late Thomas H. P. one of the most disting. merch. of the U. S. but Sabine, in his Loyalist, confus. ano James with this, as one of the address. to Gov. Hutchinson, wh. was imposs. for the f. of Col. T. H. P. d. 1773. EDWARD, New Haven, m. 20 Mar. 1650, Elizabeth Butcher, had John, b. 18 Aug. 1651; Mehitable, 21 Sept. 1652; Jonathan, 12 Nov. 1653; David, 3 Oct. 1656; and perhaps others. He and the three s. were proprs. in 1685. ELEAZER, Hampton 1678. ELISHA, Topsfield, s. of deac. Thomas of the same, m. 23 Feb. 1681, Catharine, d. of Jacob Towne of the same, had Thomas, b. 15 oct. 1681, whose
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descend,have been disting. at Kennebunk, whither the ch. on m. rem. HUMPHREY, Hampton 1678, perhaps youngest s. of Abraham first of the same, by w. Martha had John, b. 12 Mar. 1688; Humphrey, Mar. 1690; Jonathan, 24 Nov. 1691; Mary, 28 Nov. 1693; James, 9 Sept. 1695; Martha; Sarah; Abigail; and these last three were bapt. 7 Dec. 1712, sev. mos after d. of f.; but the sequence of b. is not kn. ISAAC, Hampton, prob. br. of the first Abraham, freem. 18 May 1642, by w. Susanna had perhaps Lydia; Isaac, bapt. 8 Dec. 1639; Jacob, 24 May 1640; Lydia; and Rebecca, both of wh. may have been elder; Daniel, wh. d. young; Caleb; Benjamin, b. 17 Feb. 1650; Susanna, 21 Aug. 11652; Hannah, 24 Feb. 1656; Mary, 23 July 1658; Ebenezer, 9 Dec. 1659; and Joseph, 9 Apr. 1661; and the time of his d. is uncert. Mary m. Isaac Chase of H. Isaac, Ipswich, s. of John sec. of the same, by w. Hannah had John, b. 1 July 1670; Abraham, Sept. 12671; Hannah, 1673; Isaac, 1676; Jacob, 1678; Sarah, 28 Mar. 1683; and Mary, 1684. JABEZ, Norwich, s. of the first Jacob, m. 30 June 1698, Hannah Lothrop, perhaps d. of Samuel, wh. d. 1721, had Jabez, b. 3 June 1699; Hannah, 1701; Elizabeth 1703; Mary; Jacob, 1705; Lucy, or Luke, 1709; and Judith, 1714. He took sec. w. 1722, Charity Leonard, and d. 15 Jan. 1742. JACOB, Ipswich, youngest s. of the first John of the same, b. in Eng. by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 1 Apr. 1650; John, 3 July 1654; Judith, 11 July 1655; Mary, 14 May 1658; Jacob, 3 Aug. 1662; Matthew, 23 June 1665; Joseph; and Jabez; is usual. call. serg.and has very large line of descend. His w. d. 12 Feb. 1686, and he d. 29 Jan. 1701, aged 76. JACOB, Ipswich, s. of John the sec. m. Sarah, d. of Francis Wainwright, had Phillis, b. 1667; John 1668; Hannah, 1670; Francis, 1672; Wensley, 1674; Sarah, 1679; Mary, 1685; Elizabeth 1689; Jacob, 1690; Eunice, 1691; and John, again, 1693. JACOB, Hampton, s. of the first Isaac, m. 30 Dec. 1669, Mary Phillbrook,had Isaac, b. 18 Dec. 1671; Jacob, 24 Dec. 1674; Alice, perhaps; Mary, 10 Aug. 1678; and Benjamin, 1 aug. 1693; but some hesitat. attends this statemin Geneal. Reg. XII. 82, th. concur. exact. with X. 216. Prob. differ. generat. may reconcil. JACOB, Edgartown 1674-85. JACOB, Ipswich, s. of the first Jacob of the same, m. 15 Oct. 1684, Elizabeth d. of John Sparks of the same,had Jacob, b. 15 Feb. 1686; John; Elizabeth 18 Mar. 1691; and perhaps ano. ch. when she d. 10 Apr. 1692. Great uncertainty occurs in the subdivis. of both these Ispwich families, as the names are too oft. repeat. JAMES, Hampton, s. of Abraham, the first of the same, by first w. Mary had Jonathan,b. 6 May 1675; and by sec. w. m. 13 Dec. 1681, Leah, d. of Moses Cox of the same, wh. d. 19 Feb. 1749, aged 88, had Sarah, 3 Oct. 1682; Mary, 2 Dec. 1686; lydia, 30 Jan. 1689; hannah, 18 Aug. 1691; Elizabeth 1694;
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James, 17 Mar. 1696; Moses, 13 or 30 July 1698; and David, 30 Nov. 1701. his will of 8 May 1723, was pro. 9 Dec. 1731. JAMES, Exeter 1677. *JOHN, Ipswich, b. a 1590, it is said, at Newent in Co. Gloucester, came, prob. in the Lion to Boston, Feb. 1631, with Roger Williams, bring. also, w. Judith,s. John, b. a. 1614; and prob. other ch. certain. Mary, wh. m. perhaps 1636. Thomas Bradbury; and Elizabeth wh. bee. w. of William Sargent. he with his w. soon join. our ch. had Lydia, bapt. 3 June 1632, was freem. 18 may 1631, and in 1633 went to I. with John Winthrop the younger, rep. in 1636, d. 1654, leav. John, Thomas, b. a. 1616; and Jacob, a. 1624, b. in Eng.; Lydia m. a Bennet. JOHN, Ipswich, eldest s. of the preced. wh. may have been adm. freem. 18 May 1637, had john; Abraham, b. 1641; and others, Jacob, Lucke; Isaac; Nathaniel; Samuel; and perhaps Thomas; of some of wh. very little is kn. of none the date of b. JOHN, Ipswich, s. of the preced. by w. Judith, had two ch. of unkn. names, and d. 1659. JOHN, Ipswich, eldest s. of deac. THOMAS, M.28 NOV. 1666, Deborah, d. of Thomas Browning of Topsfield, had Thomas, b. 4 Nov. 1667; and d. 19 May foll. His inv. of next mo. was of L48.15; and the wid. m. 26 Dec. 1669, Isaac Mecham. JOHN, Topsfield, youngest br. of the preced. by w. Mary wh. d. 22 June 1750, had Elisha,b. 1714; Isaac, 1717; John, 1719; Thomas, 1723; and Moses, 1732. JOHN, New Haven, 1688. JOHN, Lynn, s. of Rev. William, m. 29 Aug. 1695, Ann Hutchinson, and had Ann, b. 28 Dec. 1696; John, 9 Mar. 1698; Elizabeth 9 Mar. 1700; Mary, 20 Aug. 1702; and William, 20 Aug. 1704. He d. 12 Jan. 1712, and his wid. d. 1717. JOHN, Boston, s. of Edmund, m. 17 June 1708, Remember, d. of William Hewes, had John, b. 4 Aug. 1711; and Remember, 30 July 1714. JONATHAN, Norwalk 1671-7. JONATHAN, Hampton 1678, s. of the first Abraham of the same, by w. Sarah had Abraham, b. a. 1684; and Abigail, 30 Apr. 1687; and he d. Dec. foll. JOSEPH, Hampton 1678, youngest s. of Isaac of the same, by w. Martha had Joseph, b. 28 July 1689; John, 4 June 1691; and Caleb, 8 July 1693. JOSEPH, Norwich, s. of Jacob the first, m. 22 May 1700, Martha Morgan, perhaps d. of John, had Elizabeth b. 5 Nov. 1701; Joseph, 25 oct. 1704; Martha, 21 Aug. 1705; John, 5 Oct. 1709; Jerusha. 1 Sept. 1711; Matthew, 31 Aug. 1713; Deborah, and Ann, tw. 20 July 1715; Hannah, 1717; Simon, 17209; and William, 1722; and d. Sept. 1726. His wid. d. Oct. 1754. LUKE, Charlestown 1666, by w. Hannah had Henry, John, and Luke, all bapt. 13 Jan. 1667; Luke, again, 24 Mar. 1667; Elizabeth 21 Mar. 1669; John, again, 29 June 1670; Abraham, 289 July 1672; Hannah, 14 Dec. 1673; and Mary, 9 Apr. 1676. LUKE, Ipswich, s. of the first John of the same, m. 26 Apr. 1677, Eliz, Jaques, says Geneal. Reg. X. 214; but it says no more. MATTHEW, Ipswich, youngest s. of the
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first Jacob of the same, went early to Norwich with brs. Jabez and Joseph, but soon back to I. m. a d. of Lieut. Burnham, had Abraham, Matthew and others,and d. aged 90. NATHANIEL, Ipswich, s. of the first John of the same, byu w. Judith had Nathaniel, b. 1685; and Jemima, 29 June 1686. SAMUEL, Ipswich, br. of the preced. m. 1677, Hannah West, had Samuel, b. 1679; Ebenezer, 1681; Elizabeth 13 June 1685; and John, 122 May 1692. THOMAS, Ipswich 1648, s. of John the first, brot. no doubt, from Eng. by his f. was the deac. whose d. Phebe m. Joseph Towne, of Topsfield; ano. m. a Lamson; and a third, Judith, was b. 28 Jan. 1658. His s. were John, Thomas, Elisha, Timothy and Zaccheus, and John, again, b. 2 Aug. 1685. He had m. Phebe, d. prob. eldest, of Zaccheus Gould, sett. in Topsfield, and d. 7 May 1686. his will of 11 Dec. preced. pro. Sept. foll. dispos. of large est. THOMAS, Topsfield, s. of the preced. m. 1683, Sarah Wallis, had Sarah; Phebe; Hannah; Martha, b. 1695; Robert, 1697; Samuel, 1699; and d. 1719. THOMAS,Dover 1665, b. it is said, in 1628, took o. of fidel. 1669, and gave land, 25 Apr. 1693, to s. Nathaniel. TIMOTHY, Topsfield, youngest s. of Rev. William of the same. m. 2 Aug. 1686, Edna Hazen of Rowley, had Timothy, b. 21 Sept. 1687; Nathaniel, 13, bapt. 22 Sept. 1689; John, 2, bapt. 4 Sept. 1692; Richard, b. 23 Sept. 1694; Jacob, 22, bapt. 18 Oct. 1696; William, b. 22 Nov. 1698; Hepzibah, 6 Oct. 1702; and Hannah, 14 Nov. 1703; was freem. 1690. *TOBIJAH, Topsfield, br. of the preced, m. 4 Nov. 1680, Sarah Denison, d. perhaps of John, gr.d. of Daniel, the maj. Gen.had Priscilla, b. 21, bapt. 28 Apr. 1689; Mary, 19, bapt. 25 Jan. 1691; Tobijah, b. 8 Jan. 1693; Joseph, 1 Apr. 1695; Daniel, 15 June 1697, H. C. 1717, min of Bridgewater, was freem. 1685, capt.and rep. 1694, and d. 30 Apr. 1723. *WILLIAM, roxbury, a min. but where educ. is unheard, s. of William of London, a merch. tailor (wh.was s.of George of Co. Warwick), was b. 25 Aug. 1607, and hiss. hav. giv. to the company of our planta. L50, was a member, and to this s. gr. of 400 acres was made. He came in the William and Francis, leav. London 9 Mar. 16321, was freem. 3 Sept. 1634, ar. co. 1638, m. 30 Aug. 1636, Elizabeth Wootton, had William, b. 12 Oct. 1639, d. in few wks.; William, again, 25 Feb. 1642; rem. in 1643 to Weymouth, there had Elizabeth 18 June 1643; Tobijah, 20 Oct. 1646; and Catharine, 29 oct. 1648; was rep. 1644, a capt. 1645, rem. again, I suppose, to Gloucester, there had Mary, 17 May 1652; preach. 1651-5, and bec. sec. min. of topsfield, there had John, 2 Apr. 1655; Sarah, 2 Mar. 1657; Timothy, 11 Aug. 1658; and Rebecca, 4 May 1662. He d. 21 May 1682, leav. these nine ch. wh. all were m. Eliz, m. 31 May 1671, John Ramsdell; Catharine m. 13 May 1667, John Baker; Mary m. 17 Sept. 1672, Oliver Purchis of Lynn,as his sec. w.; Sarah m. one report says 11 June 1677, or as
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ano. has it, 17 June 1679, John Bradstreet; and Rebecca m. 3 Nov. 1678, Thomas Fiske of Wenham. Dr. Bentley, the diligent antiq. of Salem, in a letter to me, conject. that he was the fellow-passeng. with Willaims; but Farmer gave that honor, with greater prob. to John, and I have since received from London, the custom h. certific. mak. his voyage begin there, more than a yr. later than Roger William's arr. here. WILLIAM, dover 12662, took o. of fidel. 1669, was b. says tradit. in 16126, and d. at Newmarket 1732. If we allow for considera. exagger. a large depreciat. is mark. in his gr. gr.s. Thomas, wh. d. at Wakefield, 1824, aged only 91. WILLIAM, Topsfield, s. of William the first, m. 24 Oct. 1669, Elizabeth d.of Daniel Clark, had Elizabeth b. 21 July 1670; Mary, 4 Apr. 1672; William; John, 20 Feb. 1676; Dorothy, 30 Apr. 1678; Timothy, 23 Feb. 1681; Nathan, 24 Apr. 1683; and Rebecca, 4 Sept. 1686. He was freem. 1690, and d. 30 Oct. 1695. Twenty-four of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at Yale, fifteen at Harv. and thirteen at other N. E. coll
PERLEY, ALLEN, Ipswich, came in the Planter from London, 1655, aged 27, freem. 18 May 1642; and Coffin says, he was from Wales. He had, beside Nathaniel, wh. d. 29 Apr. 2668, aged 24, John; Thomas; both of wh. were older than him; Samuel; Sarah; Martha; and Timothy. He d. 28 Dec. 1675, leav. wid. Susanna, wh. d. 11 Feb. 1692; but whether she was mo. of all the ch. or part only, is not kn. His will of 23 June 1670,aft. ment. that his three eldest s. had left him on com. of age, yet that he have giv. them pieces of ld. beside Nathaniel's pt. provides for the wid. and the other three ch. and a codic. of 16 Nov. 1671 is add. * JOHN, Boxford, perhaps s. of the preced. b. in Eng. was frem. 1690, and Farmer says, rep. 1689-91. One John at Ipswich, by w. Jane had Hannah, b. 1 Sept. 1699; but he wa not prob. the rep. and maybe gr.s. of Allen. SAMUEL, Ipswich, s. of Allen, freem. 1669, may have liv. short time at Newbury, m. 15 July 1664, Ruth, perhaps d. of John Trumbull of Rowley, had Sarah, b. 7 June 1665; Samuel 28 May 1667; John 28 Sept. 1669; Hannah, 8 June 1671; Ruth, 4 June 1675; and Hepzibal, 28 Sept. 1679. THOMAS, Rowley, perhaps br. of the preced. in 1670 was of that part made Boxford, and in 1677, I suppose, of newbury, when he was made freem. TIMOTHY, Ipswich, youngest s. of Allen, took o. of alleg. 1678, by w. Dorothy had Patience, b. 28 Mar. 1682; Stephen, 15 June 1684; Allen, 1 Mar. 1688; and Joseph, 3 June 1695; and d. 25 Jan. 1719, aged 64. Of WILLIAM, Marlborough, whose ho. was a garrison in Oct. 1675, I kn. no more.
PERMET. See Portmort.
PERRIMAN, THOMAS, Weymouth 1652, an indent, apprent. of Dorothy Hunt. At Cambridge, Frances P. m. Isaac Amsden, 8 June 1654, and
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Rebecca P. m. 27 Mar. 1660, Daniel Farrabas, but I kn. not wh. they were. Perhaps these maidens were sis. of the apprent. and they may have been brot.from Eng. after d. of f.
PERRIN, PERRAN, or PERING, ABRAHAM, Rehoboth, perhaps s. of the first John, m. 27 Dec. 1677, Sarah, eldest d. of Philip Walker, wh. d. Aug. 1693, and he d. May foll. He had Elizabeth b. 3 Dec. 1681; Daniel, 18 Mar. 1683; and nathaniel, 9 Feb. 1685. HENRY, Newport 1656, Brookhaven, L. I. 1657, says Thompson,and may have been adm. freem. of Conn. 1664, but his name does not appear in the list of 1669. JOHN, Braintree, had Mary, b. 22 Feb. 1641, rem. perhaps to Rehoboth. It would seem that a JOHN, sen. should be look. for in the same town. whether f. of Abraham or not, for on Col. Rec. is seen that John, sen. was bur. 13 Sept. 1674. Ann, I suppose his d. m. 16 June 1675, Thomas Read of Rehoboth. JOHN, Rehoboth, call, jun., had Mary, b. 16 Apr. 1673; Nathaniel, 3 Sept. 1675, d./ young; Mehitable, 19 Apr. 1677. THOMAS,Ipswich, m. bef. 1669, Susanna, wid. of Robert Roberts, was liv. 1679.
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