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Humphrey Pinney, had no ch. by either, and d. 1682. He adopt. for s. Samuel Wilson, neph. of his w. and gave his prop. to him. WILLIAM, Boston, mariner, whose first w. is unkn. but for sec. w. he m. Jane, wid. of Henry Butterfield, wh. have. power of dispos. gave her est. by will of 10 Feb. 1692, to him for life, remain. to John and William P. s. of her present h. so that it may be infer. that she had no ch. by either of her hs. WILLIAM, Northampton, s. of deac. Nathaniel, m. 30 May 1678, Abigail, d. of John Stebbins, had Abigail, b. Aug. 1679; Elizabeth 4 Feb. 1682; William, Apr. 1684; Mary, 3 June 1688; Nathaniel, 5 oct. 1690; Deborah, 17 Mar. 1694; Ebenezer, 1697; Joseph, 5 Dec. 1699; and Mercy, 4 Mar. 1703. He was freem. 1690, and d. 1 June 1745, and his wid. d. Dec. 1743, ea. aged 88. Nineteen of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at yale, four at Harv. and three at other N. E. coll.
PHENIX, ALEXANDER, Wickford 1674.
PHESE, or PHESEY, SAMUEL, a soldier from the E. part of the Col. in Mar. 1676, sent up to Conn. river, in the Ind. war, was prob. from Braintree, and s. of William. WILLIAM, Braintree, or possib. Watertown, freem. 10 May 1643, may be indebted to a careless clk. for this spelling of a name, that I should prob. write Veazie, with confidence.
PHILBRICK, or PHILBROOK, sometimes FILBRICK, JAMES, Hampton 1644, prob. s. of Thomas, was first perhaps at Watertown, had w. Ann, d. of Thomas Roberts of Dover, and by her had Bethia, wh. m. 24 Apr. 1677, Caleb Perkins; James; and perhaps others; was perhaps a mariner, and drown, 1 Nov. 1674. JAMES, Hampton, s. of the preced. m. 1 Dec. 1674, Hannah, d. of Isaac Perkins, had Joseph, b. 1693; and prob. more ch. JOHN, Hampton 1639, wh. may have been br. of the first James,had Hannah, Sarah, John, but dates are not seen; was lost 20 Oct. 1657, with seven others, of wh. were his w. Ann, and d. Sarah, in a boat going out of the harb. JOHN, Hampton, s.of the perced. perhaps, b. a. 1624, was liv. 1697, perhaps at Greenland, and was f. of Elias. JONATHAN, Hampton, prob. s. of Thomas, took o. of alleg. and fidel. 1678. JOSEPH, Hampton, perhaps br. of James the sec. had Joseph, b. 14 Dec. 1686, d. soon; prob. Joseph, again, and perhaps more. ROBERT, Ipswich 1639, perhaps earlier, was a soldier in the Pequot war, 1636, but after 1648 may have rem. the town rec. has Filbrick. SAMUEL, Hampton 1678, was prob. s. of Thomas the first, and ano. Samuel, the same yr. took o. of alleg. there. THOMAS, Watertown 1636, where the rec. gives the spell, Filbrick, rem. early to Hampton, sold his est. at W. 1646, had may ch. that he brot. from Eng. by w. Ann, d. of William Knapp, but none prob. b. here, d. 1667. his will of Mar. 1664 calls hims. very aged, ment. s. James, gr.s. John, s. thomas, ds. Elizabeth Garland, Hannah, Mary, and Martha, gr. childr. James Chase, and Martha, w. of John Cass. his d. Elizabeth prob.the eldest, had bef. 1643, m. Thomas
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Chase, after whose d. leav. 5 ch. by her, she m. 26 Oct. 1654, John Garland,and again, 19 Feb. 1674, m. Henry Roby; Mary m. a. 1647, Edward Tucke; and Martha m. John Cass, the ancest. of the disting. diplomatist, Lewis Cass. THOMAS, Hampton, prob. s. of the preced. b. in eng. a. 1624, freem. 1668, had perhaps Thomas (as a jr. is name. for tak. o. of alleg. 1678, some mos. bef. Thomas senr.), and prob. sev. others, as I think he had sec. w. hannah, d. of Edward French, young wid. of John White, and by her had hannah, wh. m. Joseph Walker of Portsmouth, and next, 29 July 1686, John Seavey. THOMAS, Hampton, perhaps s. of the preced. by w. mehitable, had Elizabeth b. 17 oct. 1686. WILLAIM, Hampton, may have been s. of Thomas the sec. by w. Mary had Walter, b. 10 Nov. 1690; and Mary, 20 May 1692. Of many under this surname I fail to find connex.
PHILLIPS, ANDREW, Charlestown, by w. Elizabeth had Andrew; Elizabeth b. 29 May 1657; and Ephraim, 31 Mar. 1659; perhaps others. ANDREW, charlestown, s. prob. of the preced. m. 11 Nov. 1683, Sarah, d. of Michael Smith of Malden, had Andrew, b. 23 July 1687; Ebenezer, 17 Aug. 1695; Joanna, 8 Sept. 1697; and perhaps more. BENJAMIN, Charlestown 1681, s. of deac. Nicholas of Weymouth, by w. Ann had Benjamin, bapt. 17 Apr. 1681, d. young; Benjamin and Joshua, b. 14 Apr. 1685; and posthum. d. Abiah, 18 Aug. 1688. he d. 13 Feb. preced. and his wid. m. 3 Feb. 1696, Benjamin Lawrence. BENJAMIN, Marshfield, m. 12 Jan. 1682,Sarah Thomas, prob. d. of Nathaniel. CALEB, Roxbury, by w. Eliz, had Caleb, bapt. 9 July 1682; John, b. 25 Jan. bapt. 3 Feb. 1684, d. in few wks.; Elizabeth 25 Oct. 1685; Mary, 28 bapt. 29 Apr. 1688; and Ebenezer, 11 July 1690. CHARLES, Lynn, had David, b. 17 Mar. 1656, d. at 5 mos.; Abigail, perhaps, 29 Oct. 1657, but the rec. is doubtful; John, 15 Aug. 1658, d. young; George, 20 Dec. 1663; and John, again, 27 June, 1667. DANIEL, Newton, L. I. 1686, by Riker call. br. of Theophilus, was town clk. superseded on the revo. 1689, and may have been of Gallup's comp. 1690, against Quebec. DAVID, Milford 1655-60. ELEAZER, Charlestown, s. of Henry, by first w. Ann, d. of capt. William Foster, had Henry, b. 28 Dec. 1680, d. soon; Eleazer, 23 Apr. 1682; Ann, 26 Aug. 1684; William, 31 Mar. bapt. 10 Apr. 1687, d. soon; Nathaniel, 24, bapt. 27 Apr. 1688, d. in 4 mos.; Isaac, 3, bapt. 7 July 1689,d. soon; Joseph, 17, bapt. 20 July 1690; Elizabeth bapt. 213 Oct. 1692; and Jonathan, 19, bapt. 24 Nov. 1695. His w. d. 1 Dec. foll. and he m. 10 Feb. 1696, Sarah Cutler, perhaps d. of deac. John, wh. d. 11 Jan. 1705; and he m. 22 Mar. 1706, wid. Elizabeth Bill. He was a capt. and d. 29 Apr. 1709. the will of 20 Mar. 1708 names his new w. and his three s. and one d. only liv. GEORGE, Watertown, the first min. came in the Arbella, the admiral sh. of the fleet, with
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Winthrop 1630, bring. s. Samuel, and w. beside Elizabeth and perhaps Abigail, an only ch. sis. by ano. f. of John Hayward of Watertown and Charlestown, wh. d. soon after land. at Salem. He was s. of Christopher, b. 1593, at Rainham St. Martins near Rougham, in the hundr. of galow, Co. Norfolk, not Raymond, as says Mather III. capt. 4, but Brook, in Lives of Puritans II. 493, says Roudham, in the same Co. yet Dr. Fuller, writ. to Gov. Bradford, Particularly calls him a Suffolk man (refer. no doubt, to the exercise of his min. for more prob. is the deriv. from Norfolk); however, more import. is it, that he was bred at Gonville and Caius Coll. Cambridge, matricula. 20 Apr. 1610, as from its rec. Mr. Somerby certified me. and there, I found, he took his degr. 1613 and 1617, was sett. in Boxted, Co. Essex, as the dilig. inq. of a descent. in our day has estab. tho. Prince's Ann. II. 45, with minute knowledge, prefer. a differ. but not dist. parish. Hubbard, wh. ought to have kn. calls him "faithful min. of the gospel at Bocksted, near Groton in Sufflk." By a sec. w. m. prob. 1631, Eliz, by Bond, with happy conject. thot. to be wid.of capt. Robert Welden, he had Zorobabel, b. 5 Apr. 1632; Jonathan, 16 Nov. 1633; Theophilus, 28 May 1636; Amabel, Dec. 1637, d. Apr. foll.; Ephraim, bur. 12 June 1640, very young; Obadiah, b. 5 apr. 1641; and a d. Abiel, perhaps that Abigail, wh. m. 8 Oct. 1666, James Barnard. He had req. on 19 Oct. to be made freem. took the o. with the earliest, 18 May foll. d. Monday 1 July 1644, and was bur. the next day. His wid. d. 17 Jan. 1681. GEORGE, Dorchester, freem. 18 May 1631, may be presume, to have come, in the Mary and John, the yr. bef. rem. early to Windsor, for this slender health in 1648 and 55, was excus. from milt. watch. His w. d. 1662, leav. him no ch. and he was so unfortun. 1676, as to be involv. in a wordy controv. with the authority of the col. wh. disranch. him next yr. of wh. some acco. is in Trumbull's Rec. II. 307; but lucki. for him, he d. 9 July 1678. His est. was disput. for by remote heirs. GEORGE, Brookhaven, s. of Samuel the first, was min. there 42 yrs. m. Sarah, eldest d. of William Hallet, the sec. had George, William, John, H. C. 1725,and three ds. but of only one, Mary, is the name told. He d. 3 Apr. 1739. * HENRY, Dedham, freem. 13 Mar. 1639, ar. co. 1640, had w. Elizabeth Brock, wh. d. 1 Aug. 1640, and m. 1 May 1641, Ann Hunting, prob. sis. of Elder John, had Eleazur, b. 30 Jan. bapt. 6 Feb. 1642, d. in few days; Hannah, 25, bapt. 28 May 1643; Abigail, 20 Oct. 1645; and by third w. Mary, d. of John Dwight, had Nathaniel, bapt. 3 apr. 1653, d. bef. his f.; and Eleazur, 8 Oct. 1654; was ens. of the Milit. comp. 1648; rem. to Boston to follow his trade of a butcher; there had Henry, b. 1, bapt. 26 Oct. 1656, d. bef. his f.; Timothy, 15, bapt. 19 Sept. 1658; Mary, 28 Nov. bapt. 2 Dec. 1660; Samuel, bapt. 2 Nov. 1662; Elisha, 12, bapt. 15 May 1665; Jonathan, 12 Sept. 1666, bapt. uncert. day;
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Mehitable, bapt. 21 July 1667; John, 22, bapt. 24 Jan. 1669, d. soon; John, again, 9, bapt. 10 July 1670; and Elizabeth 9. bapt. 18 Aug. 1672. In this yr. he was made deac. of the first ch. and rep. for Hadley. Judge Sewall, in his diary, chronicles his bur. 3 Feb. 1686. His will of 7 Aug. 1682, with codic. 4 Dec. 1685, pro. 18 Feb. foll. disposes of good est. names w. s. Eleazer, Timothy, Samuel, and John, direct, this last for college, ds. Hannah Negus, Abigail East, Mehitable, and Elizabeth also notices Henry and Nathaniel as dec. so that prob. both had reach. mature yrs. A Mary P. wh. may have been his mo. or ch. d. 2 July 1640. he was much esteemed; and his youngest s. John might have made good the place of Christian min. (that his f. was desir. to undertake, as Farmer tells), had he obt. the educat. indent. but prob. he d. early. Elizabeth m. a Ruggles. HENRY, New London, on the tax list of 1667, but never again on any rec. there, says Miss Caulkins. HENRY, Charlestown, may have been s. of Henry of Dedham, tho. it is not very prob. for by w. Mary, he had Joseph, b. 19 Feb. 1675, of course less than 18 and 1/2 yrs. younger than his f. Contra. to this suppos. also is the will of deac. Henry speak. of est. of s. henry dec. in his hands, as belong. to other of his own ch. HENRY, Charlestown, s. of col. John, m. 27 May 1708,Joanna, d. of col. Joseph Lynd, wid. of Samuel Everton, and d. 14 Dec. 1729, prob. without issue. JAMES, Taunton 1659, s. of William of the same, neph. of William Parker, wh. left him small legacy. He had James, b. 1 Jan. 1662; Nathaniel, 25 Mar. 1664; Sarah, 17 Mar. 1667; William, 21 Aug. 1669. Perhaps he rem. to Providence, where one of this name took the o. of alleg. to Charles II. in May 1682. JOHN, Dover, or Portsmouth, d. 1642. JOHN, Dedham 1638, a famous min of Wrentham (wh. is a. 30 ms. N. E. from Ipswich, Eng.), where he obt. his living as rector, 1609, and m. 6 Jan. 1612, Elizabeth a sis. of famous dr. Ames, wh. gave him favor in the eyes of puritans, was desired to accept office here in sev. place, espec. Cambridge, perhaps in connex. with the newly begun coll. but prefer. to go home in the Autumn of 1641. Felt I. 212, thinks, he was made townsman of Salem, but the prob. is at least equal, that ano. man was thus honored. He was accomp. to Eng. by John Humphrey, Esq. and then honored in the triumph of the cause, made one of the assembly of divines at Westminster; was founder of the Congreg. ch. 1650, after the N. E. pattern, and d. 2 Sept. 1660, aged 78. Calamy, Cont, II. 797. Winthrop II. 86. Lamson. Lechford, 38, refers to him shortly bef. he sailed. His name he wrote without final s. His w. Elizabeth was bur. 22 Jan. 1659. He was bred at the Univ. of Cambridge, having his a. B. at Catharine Hall, 1596, and taking his A. M. 1600 and B. D. 1608 at Clare Hall as the Registrar of the Univ. certif. to me. JOHN, Dorchester, a baker, came prob. in the Mary and John, 1630, desired
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19 Oct. of that yr. to be made freem. but was not sw. until 7 Aug. 1632, by w. Joanna, had Mary, b. Apr. 1633, d. at 7 yrs.; John, 22 Apr. 1635; Martha, Apr. 1636, d. soon; Mary, again; Israel, 3 June 1642, d. next yr. by the Gen. Ct. appoint. constable 1636; rem. to Boston, bec. one of the found. and a deac. of sec. ch. 5 June 1650. His w. d. 22 Oct. 1675, says the rec. and gr-st. 24 Oct. aged 80 yrs. but perhaps exagger. or copied wrong. In Jan. foll.he m. wid. Sarah Minor, and d. 16 Dec. 1682, aged 77. His only ch. that reac. matur. Mary, m. George Munjoy of Falmouth, and after him Robert Lawrence of the same. JOHN, Plymouth 1640, aft. of Marshfield, had John and other ch. b. in Eng. m. for sec. w. 14 Mar. 1667, Faith, wid. of Edward Dotey, wh. d. the same yr. says Miss Thomas, p. 83, and he d. 1677, says Winsor. But Shurtleff, who gives a full memoir of him, says he was of Duxbury 1643, by first w. whose name is unkn.had John, Samuel, Jeremiah, and Mary; the eldest, prob. John, was k. by lightning, 31 July 1658, as by the Coroner's inq. four days after, is shown; that his sec. w. was Grace, m. 1654, wid. of William Holloway, and she, with his s. Jeremiah was k. by lightning 23 June 1666, when William Shurtleff, ancest. of the disting. antiq. was k. by the same bolt; and that the third w. Faith d. 1667, by wh. he had no ch. but by the sec. had Hannah; Grace; Joseph, b. 1655, wh. was, says Miss Thomas, k. at rehoboth fight, 1676; and Benjamin; and that he prob. d. Oct. 1691, almost 90 yrs. old, leav. Samuel, Benjamin, and Mary. Both of these s. had fams. see also, Thomas's Memo. of Marshfield. JOHN, Duxbury 1643, may be that apprent. wh. went from Boston 1631, but there is no certainty as to that apprent.
JOHN Wenham 1647, nam. in the will of Christopher Young as trustee with charge to take his s. JOHN, called a Welshman, Casco 1642, perhaps freem. of 1658, rem. to Kittery, was liv. 1684, aged 77. Willis I. 69. JOHN, Boston, by w. Mary had Mary, b. 13 July 1652; Sarah, 29 June 1654, d. same day; and Mary, again, 5 Aug. 1658; and the same, or ano. of the same name. by w. Sarah had John, 4 Mar. 1662. ? *JOHN, Charlestown, perhaps br. of Henry, was a master mariner, m. 19 July 1655, Catharine, d. of John Anderson, had Catharine, b. 30, bapt. 31 Aug. 1662; Samuel, 16, bapt. 21 Feb. 1664; both d. early; Mehitable, 1, bapt. 2 July 1668; Abigail, 19 June 1670; Catharine, again, 23, bapt. 25 June 1672; John, 18, bapt. 23 Mar. 1673, d. at 2 yrs.; Mary, bapt. 14 Mar. 1676; Anderson, 11 July 1680; and henry, 4 Dec. 1681. He was freem. 1677, ar. co. 1680, its capt. 1685, rep. 1683-6. of the Comtee. of safety on the revo. against Andros, nam. in the new chart. of the Council, but by pop. vote chos. bef. and so contin. to 1716, col. of the milit. treas. of the Prov. Judge of the County Ct. and such serv. were successiv. enjoy. by him. His w. d. 24 Feb. and was bur. 2 Mar. 1699, [[vol. 3, p. 413]] aged 59; and soon after he bec. h. of Sarah, d. of John Stedman of Cambridge. wh. had succesiv. been wid. of John Brackett, Samuel Alcock, and Thomas Graves; and she outliv,him, tho. he did not d. until 20 Mar. 1726, aged 93 yrs. 9 mos. Abigail m. 4 May 1686, Cotton Mather, and d. 28 Nov. 1702. JOHN, Marshfield, m. 3 April. 1677, Ann Torry.
JOHN, Lynn, may have been s. of Charles of the same, by w. Hannah had John, b. 3 Dec. 1689; and Hannah, 6 June 1694; and he d. 29 Sept. foll. Lewis says, others of this fam. perhaps earlier, had sett. at Lynn. JOHN, Charlestown, s. of col. John, I think bapt. Anderson, was a mariner, m. 15 Aug. 1694, Mary, d. of Samuel Hayman, had Samuel, b. 18 Nov. 1695, d. soon; John, 15 Jan. 1697; Samuel, again, 21 Dec. 1699. His w. d. 6 Jan. 1702, and he m. 11 sept. foll. Ann, d. of col. Joseph Lynde, wid. of Isaac greenwood, had Abigail, b. 19 Apr. 1712, d.young; Anderson, 5 Feb. 1715; and Abigail, again, 31 Dec. 1716. JONATHAN, Watertown, s. of Rev. George of the same, m. 26 Jan. 1681, Sarah Holland, perhaps d. of Nathaniel, had Sarah, b. 14 Sept. 1682, d. at 6 yrs.; Elizabeth 27 Nov. 1684; Ruth, 28 Mar. 1687; Sarah, again, bapt. 4 Aug. 1689; Abigail, b. 22 Apr. 1693, d. young; Johnathan, bapt. 20 June 1697; Hannah, 23 Apr. 1699; George, 23 Feb. 1701; Nathaniel , 2 May 1703; and Benjamin, 8 Apr. 1705; perhaps posthum. for the f. d. 1704. his wid. m. 1 Jan. 1717, John Bemis.
JOSEPH, Newtown, L. I. 1686, then nam. by Gov. Dongan in his gr. of chart. but he had been a freeholder there for 20 yrs. Riker, He may have ben br. of Theophilus,but wh. shall discover their f. will be fortunate. JOSEPH, Providence, took o. of alleg. in May 1682. JOSEPH, Boston, by w. Bridget had Joseph, b. 7 May 1684; Benjamin, 18 Oct. 1685; and Nathaniel, 30 Mar. 1689; perhaps others. JOSHUA, Weymouth, s. of Nicholas, was a soldier, 1676, serv. on Conn. river under capt. Turner, perhaps, then ruin. his health, made his will 10 Apr. 1679, calling hims. 32 yrs. old, pro. 2 may next, in wh. he names br. Richard, and gives to sis. Experience King and Hannah White only, so that he left no w. nor ch. MARTIN, Medfield 1664. NICHOLAS, Dedham 1638, br. of Henry, rem. to Weymouth perhaps late in life, freem. 13 May 1640, had Experience, b. 8 May 1641; Caleb, 22 Jan. 1644; was deac. and d. Sept. 1672. his will of 2 June 1671, pro. 3 Oct. 1672, makes Richard his eldest s. excor, but wishes br. Henry to act as overseer, divides est. to his ch. Richard, Joshua, and Benjamin, Alice or Elizabeth Shaw, Experience King, hannah White and Abigail P.
NICHOLAS, Boston, m. 4 Dec. 1651, Hannah Salter, had Elizabeth b. 24 Feb. 1653; Hannah, 25 Nov. 1654; Nicholas, 26 Feb. 1657, d. 1 Aug. foll.; Nicholas, again, 12 May 1660; Abigail, 20 Feb. 1662; Sarah, 13 Apr. 1665; and thomas 19 Oct. 1667. He d. I imagine, in Apr. 1670, for Hannah, his wid. renders [[vol. 3, p. 414]] inv. 24th of that mo. He seems to have been a shopkeeper. NICHOLAS, Boston, butcher, by w. Philippa had Nicholas,b. 30 Nov. 1665; John, 3 May 1667, d. soon; John, again 21 June 1669; Joseph and Benjamin, tw. 14 May 1671; and Mary; 23 June 1674. NICHOLAS, Weymouth, s. of the last preced. prob. but possib. of the last but one, by w. mary had Mary, b. 29 Nov. 1690, d. soon; Mary, again, 24 Aug. 1692; Nicholas and Hannah, tw. 23 May 1697. PHILIP, Boston, may be that youth of 15 yrs. from Olney, Co. Bucks, arr. in the Hopewell, capt. Bundock, 1635, serv. to John Cooper, wh. sat down, prob. at Lynn, and went to L. I. had by w. Rachel at B.Susanna, wh. d. 14 Dec. 1651; Susanna, wh. d. 15 Aug. 1656; and David, b. 1 Mary. 1660; d. Oct. 1669, and admin. was giv. the mo. foll. to William Dennison of Milton in behalf of the eldest s. John and two other s. perhaps b. bef. he came to B. but his inv. was only L2. 16.
RICHARD, Weymouth, eldest s. of the first Nicholas of the same, by w. Mary, d. of Samuel Packard, had one ch. b. 7 Dec. 1657, not nam. in the rec. and may therefore be supposed to have d. soon; Mary, 21 May 1660, d. soon; Mary, again, 24 May 1661; Joshua, 10 May 1662; Nicholas, 30 Mar. 1664; Elizabeth 27 Nov. 1665; Richard, 20 Oct. 1667; and Samuel, 7 May 1670; was freem. 1678. Mitchell, in Hist. of Bridgewater, gives him w. Elizabeth d. of deac. Samuel Edson, besides Mary Packard. If he be correct, perhaps the sec. w. was Edson. SAMUEL, Taunton, m. 15 May 1676, a wid. Cobb, had Mehitable, b. 9 Jan. foll. SAMUEL, Rowley, s. of the first George, b. in Eng. 1625, at Boxted in Essex, if Prince II. 45, seem better authority, as usual, than Mather, who calls it Boxford, H. C. 1651, ord. June 1652, collea. with Ezekiel Rogers, m. Oct. foll. Sarah, d. of Samuel Appleton of Ipswich, had Samuel, b. Mar. 1654, d. young; Sarah, 7 Feb. or 14 Mar. 1656, wh. m. Stephen Mighill; Samuel, again, 13 or 23 Mar. 1658; George, 23 Nov. 1659; Elizabeth 16 Nov. 1661; Ezekiel, Feb. 1663; all three d. soon; George, again, 3 June 1664, H. C. 1686, bef. ment.; Elizabeth 2 Aug. 1665, wh. m. 7 Nov. 1683, Rev. Edward Payson, and d. 1724; Dorcas, 1667; Mary, Feb. 1668; and John, 23 Oct. 1670. The last three also d. soon. He d. 22 Apr. 1696, and his wid. d. 15 July 1713, aged 85.
SAMUEL Boston 1681, disting. as a bookseller, in Thomas, Hist. of Print. II. 411, and John Dunton in the curious book of his Life and Errors; m. Hannah, d. of capt. Benjamin Gillam, had Hannah, b. 8, bapt. 12 Mar. 1682; Gillam, b.25 Sept. 1686, but not bapt. bef. 6 Oct. 1695; Faith; Samuel, bapt. 28 May 1693; Ann, 30 nov. 1701; and Henry, 25 Feb. 1706, prob. H. C. 1724; and he d. Oct. 1720, aged 58. Hannah, the eldest ch. m. 4 Jan. 1700, David Anderson of Charlestown,and next, 8 July 1703, Habijah Savage of Boston; Gillam m. Mary Faneuil; Faith m. June 1710, Arthur Savage; Samuel was drown, near home. [[vol. 3, p. 415]] on return from London; Ann m. Peter Butler; and Henry d. 1729, at Rochelle in France, confident, thot. to be that unhappy man, wh. k. his intimate company. Benjamin Woodbridge on Boston common in a private duel. SAMUEL, Boston, by w. Sarah had Sarah, b. 21 Mar. 1682; Ann, 20 May 1685; William, 1 Apr. 1688; and Bridget, 4 Feb. 1692.
SAMUEL, Salem, s. of Rev. Samuel of Rowley, a goldsmith, m. 26 May 1687, Mary, d. of Rev. John Emerson of Gloucester, had, beside three ds. Samuel, b. 28 Feb. 1690, H. C. 1708, min. of Andover; and John, 22 June 1701. his w. d. 24 Oct. 1703, and he m. 27 Apr. foll. Sarah Mayfield, a wid. and had only Patience, 8 Aug. 1706. THEOPHILUS, Newtown, L. I. 1672, had prob. been sev. yrs. on the isl. perhaps as early as 1663, gr.s. of Rev. George, as Riker thot. but wh.could be his f. I have sought in vain for sev. yrs. m. Ann, d. of ralph Hunt, had Theophilus, b. 15 May 1673; William, 28 June 1676; and Philip, 27 Dec. 1678. Riker says he had two more was. but he names no issue. He was a very useful man; in 1676 chos. to one town office, and next yr. town clk. to his d. 26 Jan. 1689. To me it once seemed highly prob. that he was s. of Rev. George, the first, but Riker 105, suppos. him gr. ch. of wh. tho. improb. is very great, yet greater do I reckon the improb. of his being the s.
For THEOPHILUS, s. of George the first, by fam. tradit. of wh. I have transcript, and fell almost certain that it is correct, m. 3 Nov. 1666, Bethia Bedell (or some other name exceeding. hard to be made out from the fugitive memoranda of fam. tradit. in conjunct. with the indistinct chirogr. of the old rec. that in this m. perhaps gives the name Keedell), by wh. he had Bethia, b. 21 Dec. 1668. His w. d. 15 Mar. foll.and he m. 21 Nov. 1677, Mary Bennett, had Samuel, 20 Feb. 1680; Benjamin, no date; Mary, 16 Sept. 1684, d. soon; Mary, again, 15 nov. 1685; Theophilus, 24 June 1688; Jonathan, bapt. 13 July 1690; John, b. 10 Dec. 1692; Elizabeth no date; Lydia, 20 June 1695; Obadiah, 22 Feb. 1698; Joseph, 4 dec. 1702; and David, 15 Dec. 1707; and d. 1717. his wid. Mary liv. at Hopkinton, with her s. theophilus, and d. 3 Dec. 1730. THOMAS, Pemaquid 1674, and per-= haps his s. of the same name, there took o. of fidel. or one may have been br. ano. s. of William. THOMAS, Boston, perhaps s. of Nicholas of the same, by w. Hannah had Hannah, b. 7 Sept. 1690.
TIMOTHY, Charlestown, freem. 1690, was s. of henry of Dedham, m. 18 Apr. 1681, wid. Mary Smith, had Mary, bapt. 12 Oct. 1682; Timothy,b. 24 Dec. 1686, bapt. 22 Jan. foll.; Ann, 24 Mar. 1689; Sarah, 30 Aug. 1691; John, 14 July 1694; and Mary; and he d. 7 May 1712. Perhaps he liv. in boston, but had est. in C. giv. by his f.'s will. WALTER, Wiscasset 1661, b. it is said, a. 1619, was at Salem 1689, perhaps driv. from the E. by the Ind. hostil. is call, sen. when made freem. 1690; resid. at [[vol. 3, p. 416]] the vill now Danvers, and was liv. 1700. WILLIAM, Taunton 1643, and prob. some yrs. earlier, as he was among purch. 1637, in his will of 16 Apr. 1654, calls hims. "threescore yrs. and ten at the least," out of his small est. gives w. Elizabeth and s. James, who was excor, but if he d. without issue, then to childr. of his d. Elizabeth w. of James Walker. Bay-= lies II. 267, 282; and Genal, Reg. V. 260 comp. with VI. 93 and 95.
WILLIAM, Hartford 1639, perhaps earlier, but not an orig. propr. d. aft. May 1653, leav. wid. Ann, but no ch. as is thot. for in her will of 31 Mar. 1668, pro. 6 Nov. 1669, she disposes of est. of wh. the val. was L391, to her br. John Rogers, as well as br. Samuel Young, both in Eng. L100 ea. to Mr. John Hooker (I suppose he was br. of Rev. Thomas), liv. in Old Eng. L10 if he come to liv. in N. E. to Mr. Samuel Hooker L10, and to his sis w. of Rev. John Wilson of Medfield, L10. Without doubt she or her h. was relat. of famous Hooker. WILLIAM, Charlestown, with w. Mary adm. of the ch. 23 Sept. 1639, freem. 13 May 1640, had Phebe, b. 7 Apr. 1640; Nathaniel, 5 Feb. 1642; Mary, 17 Feb. 1644. His w. d. 1 May 1646, and he rem. to Boston, m. Susanna, wid. of Christopher Stanley, and by her, wh. d. 16 June 1655, had there prob. William, Elizabeth and Sarah. On 10 Sept. 1650, he had his w. made separ. wills, and hers was pro. 2 Aug. 1655, in wh. reciting, that he had confirmed to her for sole dispos. what was her h. Stanley's she gives to her d.-in-law, Mary field (by me conject. to be w. of Robert, and d.of Stanley by a former w.), to d. Martha, or mary Thurston, w. of Richard; d. Rebecca Lord, w. of Robert; to William, Nathaniel, Elizabeth Phebe, and Sarah Phillips, called her s. and ds. tho. part were by the former w. and to Elizabeth w. of William Aspinwall, prob. some relat. beside provid. if any childr. of her br. or sis. came over, L6 ea. and all the resid. to her h. The s. William prob. d. young. By a third w. Bridget he had John, b. 18, bapt. 21 Sept. 1656, d. next Aug.; Samuel, 16 Mar. 1658; and William again, 28 jan. bapt. 5 Feb. 1660. He had large prop. in lands and mills at Saco, liv, there many yrs. was made ana officer in the milit. and magistr. in 1663, confirm. in the same buy royal commisnrs. 1665, a major in 1675, when he well defend. his place against assault by Ind. wh. however burnt the ho. came back to Boston to reside; made his will, 29 Sept. 1683, pro. 13 Nov. foll. recites, that hav. portioned four ds. little est. but land was left, however, as w. Bridget had brot. him good est. that to William, her younger s. who had been then four yrs. in captiv. with the Spaniards, and to her elder Samuel, three fourths of the Saco lands and mills, were devis. his d. Elizabeth m. 6 July, Abiel Everitt; and next, 1 Apr. 1660, John Alden; Phebe had m. 26 July 1659, Zechariah Gillam.