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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WILLIAM, Boston, a mariner, called jr. to disting. him from the lieut. preced. tho. prob. not s. m. 24 [[vol. 3, p. 417]] Oct. 1650, Martha Franklin, had William, b. 13 Jan. 1652, wh. may have d. young; and Martha, 10 Mar. 1654 Prob. his w. d. bef. long, and by ano. w. Joan, he may have had William, again, 8 Aug. 1671, wh. was a butcher, and the same or ano. WILLIAM, of Boston, possib. s. of the major, by w. Deborah had William b. 17 Nov. 1690; and Sarah, 28 Dec. 1692. ZECHARIAH, Boston, ar. co. 1660, by w. Elizabeth had (if we accept the truth of the rec.) Zechariah, wh. d. 2 Sept. 1652; Zechariah, wh. d. 4 Sept. 1652; Zechariah, again, d. 24 July 1654; Zechariah, again, b. 5 Mar. 1657, d. young; Elizabeth 29 June 1661; Sarah, 7 Sept. 1662; Zechariah, again, 22 Oct. 1664; Joseph, 4 Sept. 1669; and Hannah, 31 July 1671. He was k. by the Ind. 2 Aug. 1675, when the part under capt. Edward Hutchinson, going by appointm. to treat a. peace, was treacherous. as our side said, cut off. ZOROBABEL, Southampton, L. I. 1663-73, I judge to be the eldest s. by sec. w. of George the first, tho. fam. geneal. does not indicate his resid. nor give any thing of him but the b. He m. at S. Ann, wid. of John White, who had been of Lynn bef. the sett. there. I once presum. that the two uncles, Zorobabel and Theophilus, being of L. I. drew thither Rev. George, their neph. but some facts appear irreconcil. with this presumpt. Twenty of the name had, twenty yrs. since, been gr. at Harv. and very few at other N. E. coll.
PHILPOT, THOMAS, Watertown 1642, fell insane 1647, but liv. at Salem 1668, well eno. to petitn. against taxes, and was, says Bond, a pauper in 1674. WILLIAM, Boston 1645, called saltmaker, on adm. to the ch. 29 Nov. of that yr. m. 16 or 26 Dec. 1651, Ann, wid. of George Hunn.
PHINNEY, FINNEY, or FENNYE, ISAAC, Medfield 1657. JOHN, Plymouth, by w. Christian, wh. d. 9 Sept. 1649, had John, b. 24 Dec. 1638, bapt. at Barnstable 31 July 1653, and perhaps others, rem. to Barnstable, m. 10 June 1650, Abigail, wid. of Henry Coggin, wh. d. 6 May 1653, and for third w. 26 June 1654, Elizabeth Bayley, had Jonathan, 14 Aug. 1655; Robert, 13 Aug. 1656; Hannah, 2 Sept. 1657; Elizabeth 15 Mar. 1659; Josiah, 11 Jan. 1661; Jeremiah, 15 Aug. 1662; and Joshua, Dec. 1665. Hannah m. the sec. Ephraim Morton. JOHN, Barnstable, s. of the preced. m. 10 Aug. 1664, Mary Rogers, had John, b. 5 May 1665; Melatiah, Oct. 1666, d. next yr.; Joseph, 28 Jan. 1668; Thomas, Jan. 1672; Ebenezer, 8 Feb. 1674; Samuel, 4 Nov. 1676; Mary, 3 Sept. 1678; Mercy, 10 July 1679; Reliance, 27 Aug. 1681; Benjamin, 18 June 1682, bapt. 16 Sept. 1683; Jonathan, 30 July 1684, bapt. 26 July 1685; Hannah, 28 Mar. 1687, bapt. 7 Apr. 1689, d. young; and Elizabeth bapt. 10 May 1691. JOSIAH, Barnstable, br. of the preced. m. 19 Jan. 1688, Elizabeth d. of the first Joseph Warren.
ROBERT, Plymouth, prob. br. of John the first, and perhaps elder, came with his mo. I suppose, for the rec. says "mo. Feney d. 22 Apr. 1650, aged upwards of 80, "m. 1 Sept. [[vol. 3, p. 418]] 1641, Phebe Ripley, was deac. 1667, and d. 7 Jan. 1688, near 80, and his wid. d. 9 Dec. 1710, "suppos. 92 yrs. old." ROBERT, Barnstable, s. of John the first, d. 1690, in the wild crusade of Phips against Quebec.
PHIPPEN, FITZPEN, FIPPEN, FIPPENNY, or PHIPPENNEY, Benjamin, Boston, blockmaker, s. of David, b. in Eng. by w. Wilmot had David, b. 6 Nov. 1651; Sarah; Benjamin, 6 Apr. 1654, d. soon Benjamin, again, 15 July 1656; James; Rebecca; Mary; Thomas; John; and Joseph. He had sec. w. Elinor, and d. a 1678. Tradit. says his ch. all rem. to Stratford, and at least, James, Sarah, Rebecca, and Mary were there. DAVID, Hingham 1635, was from Weymouth, or Melcombe Regis in Co. Dorset, and s. of Robert, perhaps br. of George the rector of St. Mary's, Truro, who in that ch. set up a tablet in honor of his oldest br. Owen, for rescuing hims. with great boldness from slavery, after seven yrs. serv. in an Algerine corsair, and d. 17 Mar. 1637, as may be read in the vol. of Cornwall in Lyson's Magna Britannia. He brot. w. Sarah, ch. Joseph, Rebecca, Benjamin, Gamaliel, Sarah and George; and here had John, b. July 1637, d. soon; John, again, July 1640, d. soon; was freem. 3 Mar. 1636, rem. to Boston 1641, and d. bef. 31 Oct. 1650, when his will was pro. His wid. m. George Hull of Fairfield. Rebecca m. George Vickary; the other d. m. Thomas Yeo. Geneal. Reg. VII. 233, has abstr. of his will. Whether Judith, a maid of 16, wh. came in the Planter, 1635, from Stepheny parish, London, were a relat. is not to be suggest. with any grounds of conject. DAVID, Salem, s. of Joseph the first, a shipwright, m. 26 June 1672, Ann, d. of Thomas Cromwell of Salem, wid. of Benjamin Auger, had David, b. 14 Apr. 1673, d. bef. his f.; Thomas, bapt. Aug. 1675; Ann, 19 May 1678; Cromwell, 5 Oct. 1679; Joseph, Aug. 1681; Jane, 7 Oct. 1683; and the last three d. bef. the f.; Abigail, 2 Aug. 1685; and Elizabeth May 1689. Bef. 1700 he rem. to Boston, and soon after to Casco Bay, where he had made great purch. of ld. E. of Presumscot riv. and was k. by the Ind. Aug. 1703.
GAMALIEL, Boston, br. of Benjamin, by w. Sarah Purchase, had Sarah, bapt. 30 Dec. 1649, at 6 days old; Gamaliel, b. 12 Mar. 1652, d. in few mos.; Hannah, bapt. 31 July 1653, of whose b. the surv. copy of town rec. in one place gives the date 25, ano. 29 of that mo. (such are the vexatious incongru. of official docum.); Rebecca, b. 12 Feb. 1657; Elizabeth 10 Aug. 1659; Ann, 28 Apr. 1666; and Mehitable,; beside a sixth d. and two s. wh. d. young. He d. bef. 1670. Sarah m. first Robert Haughton, and next, Benjamin Smith; Hannah m. William Gibson; Rebecca m. Job Prince; Elizabeth m. a Spencer; Ann m. 16 May 1686, William Wheeler; and Mehitable m. Thomas Ford. GEORGE, Boston 1659, a mariner, youngest br. of the preced. m. in London, and by w. Elizabeth had two s. four ds. in 1683 was liv. at Hull in Boston bay.
JAMES, Stratford, s. of [[vol. 3, p. 419]] Benjamin of Boston, had Benjamin, James, and a d. wh. all had fam. JAMES, Hull, s. of George, had ds. Sarah, Elizabeth and Joanna. *JOSEPH, Hingham 1637, s. of David, prob. the eldest, b. in Eng. m. Dorcas Wood, had a ch. bur. 27 Apr. 1642; Joseph, bapt. Aug. 1642; Mary, 5 Mar. 1644; rem. to Boston and was made freem. that yr. had Sarah, b. 4, bapt. 9 Feb. 1645; David, bapt. 4 Apr;. 1647, a 7 wks old; Samuel, 6 May 1649, 7 days old; and Elizabeth b. 10, bapt. 20 June 1652, d. next yr. He had been, a yr. or two bef. at Falmouth very active, constable 1661, yet in 1658 had a quarrel at Scarborough with Foxwell; and was rep. but sett. 1665 at Salem where he was in good repute, made his will 21 July 1687, in wh. his w. and five ch. are name and d. soon aft. Willis I. 140. His d. Sarah m. 24 Sept. 1669, George, Hodges of Salem; and had Sarah, as in Essex Inst. II. 151. JOSEPH, Falmouth, s. of the preced. m. Mary Standford, had Joseph. His w. d. early, and he took sec. w. Seaborn, or Sibborn, Gooding, or Goodwin, 22 Dec. 1670, had Daniel, b. 20 Dec. 1671; Samuel, 20 Sept. 1674; Sarah, 8 Oct. 1676; Dorcas and John, tw. 22 Dec. 1678; Israel, 17 July 1681; Rachel; and Ann. He prob. had been driv. by Ind. hostil. some yrs bef. to Salem, or Lynn,of wh. last place he is titled, when freem. 1680. By third w. m. 14 Apr. 1686, Damaris, wid. of Thomas Searle, he had three more ch. of wh. the last was Benjamin, b. 29 Sept. 1688; and d. 1710. Wilis II. 8. SAMUEL, Salem, s. of Joseph the first, m. 1 Feb. 1677, Rachel Guppy, had Samuel, b. 12 Dec. 1677; John, 4 Oct. 1679; Stephen, 9 May 1681; Rachel, 5 Aug. 1683; John, again, 25 Dec. 1685; Nathaniel, 4 Aug. 1687; Sarah, May 1691; Rachel, again, 11 Sept. 1693; and Joseph, 9 Feb. 1697; and d. Feb. 1718. THOMAS, Salem, s. of Benjamin prob. or perhaps of the sec. David, tho. less likely, m. Mary, eldest d. of Timothy Lindall. One Judith P. aged 16, came in the Planter from London 1635, with James Hayward, wh. m. her. Both were sev. of Nicholas Davis of Charlestown.
PHIPS, or, in mod. days, PHIPPS, JAMES, from Bristol, eng. a gunsmith, sat down near the mouth of the Kennebeck riv. bef. 1649, hav. had very many ch. by the same w. 21 s. and 5 ds. in all, if credulity be sufficiently dilated to embrace the story, one of the youngest, the celebr. Sir. William (Equival. to all the s. in the opin. of his biogr.), being b. 2 Feb. 1651, this latter fact being more prob. than the numb. wh. however Mather asserts in two places, Magn. II. 38 and III. 165. tho. in the sec. place, we are naturally led to distrust his assert. by the manner of its introduct. to the support of his enormous marvel of John Serman's Felicity. Had he once more declared it, he would perhaps have accompan. his story with some incident to compel disbelief. Whether ten or twenty of the boys were b. on the other side of the water, he d. when William [[vol. 3, p. 420]] was young, and his mo. liv. yet the name of no. of no other s. exc. John, or d. exc. Mary, Margaret, and Ann. was ever told. Of twenty-one s. the regard for males in nine cases out of ten, so greatly exceed, that for females, we are justify. in looking for the names of more than two, especial, as three out of the five ds. count. by Mather, find place in his will of their br. the Gov.
JOHN, Reading, by Eaton classed among the early sett. of wh. it is desira. to kn. more, that something might be said beyond guess, that he was b. at Charlestown. Had any date been affex. we should be able to conject. that he was, or was not, that JOHN, s. of James, wh. had John, prob. b. near the mo. of Kennebeck wh. accomp. his uncle William 1686, in search of the treasure ship. No more is kn. of him. But some amus. tradit. as to the defeat of testamenta. benefact. to the s. by Sir William, may be read in Morse, who would make up for such injustice, by giv. to his s. Jeddediah near ten yrs. longer life than belong. to him. Such is the tendency to magnify old age. *SAMUEL, Charlestown, s. of Solomon of the same, taught the gr.sch. m. 8 Aug. 1676, Mary Phillips, d. of Henry, wh. d. early; and by sec. w. Catharine had Samuel, bapt. 21 May 1682, d. soon; and Samuel, again, 10 Feb. 1684; was rep. 1692, at the first sess. under new chart. Reg. of deeds, and Clk. of the County, and d. at the age of 70, Aug. 1725. Very strange seems the error of Farmer, in his Memoir of Grad. of H. C. making Gov. Danforth's d. Mary his w. when she belong. to his br. Solomon.
SOLOMON, Charlestown 1641, carpenter, was adm. of the ch. 15 Jan. and freem. 18 May 1642, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 23 Apr. 1643; Solomon; Samuel, H. C. 1671, bef. ment.; Mehitable, wh. d. 15 July 1657; Mehitable, again, 10 Dec. 1657; and Mehitable, again, 6 June 1659, if my transcrip. of rec. be right; Joseph, bapt. 13 Oct. 1661; and perhaps others; d. 25 July 1671, aged 52. His will of 4 May 1670 makes w. Elizabeth extrix, provides for the s. Samuel at coll. Solomon, and Joseph, beside d. Elizabeth Ray and her ch. d. Mary, mean. perhaps Solomon's w. and her ch. yet unb. The wid. d. 1 Nov. 1688. SOLOMON, Charlestown, s. of the preced. m. Mary, d. of Dept. Gov. Thomas Danforth, and they join, the ch. 3 Apr. 1670, was freem. 11 May foll. had Mary, b. 3 July 1670; Solomon, 10 Jan. 1675; Thomas, 22 Nov. 1676, H. C. 1695, I think (tho. Farmer gave him to Samuel, as he had also his mo.); Elizabeth 27 Feb. 1681; Jonathan, 7 Jan. 1683; Elizabeth again, 5 Jan. 1684; and it is observ. that this fam. used pp. in its name punctiliously, while single p. served for the Gov. He d. suddenly, tho. I see not the date. Opposite cause may be read in Morse, 195, who makes the Bapt. regard it as a judgm. upon him for purch. ld. taken from one of their commun. for paym. of a fine; but Phipps hims. said "he was bewitched," and his opin. is equally to be respected in our days. ? WILLIAM, Boston, s. of James, b. says his panegyrist, [[vol. 3, p. 421]] "at a despicable planta. on the riv. Kennebeck," wh. is by Folsom, a soberer writer, said to be on the W. side, now Phipsburg, m. Mary, wid. of John Hull (not the mint-master), d. of Roger Spencer of Saco, but had no ch. was driv. by Ind. hostil. to Boston 1676, and I discov. him there in command of a trading vessel, 1677; he prevail. by his earnest desire to hunt up a Spanish wreck, in getting, 1683, a king's ship, the Algier Rose, and in a contempo. Memoir of Sir John Brampston (s. of the old judge, who sat in the immortal cause of John Hampden for the ship money), I find this condensed descript. of him, as "a sea capt. who was will skill, in mathemat. and had acquaint. hims. in India with some that had the art of diving; having some guess where the ship perished, apprehend. he could recov. the treas." Good luck attend. his undertak. but a mod. Eng. author of distinct. wh. ascrib. to him the invent. of a diving-bell for his purpose, ought to know that Edward Bendall had used his diving-bell successful. in Boston harbor, near eight yrs. bef.
Sir William was b. and may read in Winthrop Hist. of N. E. that the noble machine was next yr. employed at St. Kitts. For his success he was knight. by James II. 28 June 1687, and after his return here, was made, by Andros, Sheriff of N. E. Happi, he join. the ch. of Cotton Mather 8 Mar. 1690, was freem. a fortnight later, and, as his spiritual guide exulting. tells, was bapt. 23d of that mo. this being almost a yr. after the revo. against that power that made him sheriff, and in May 1690 he conducted the little attack, by only seven hundred men, on the French of Nova Scotia, with success, and was chos. an Assit. at the ensuing elect. The great expedit. that sail. in Aug. foll. against Quebec, was project. by him, "as well formed an enterprise," says Mather, "as perhaps was ever made by the N. E." tho. in this, the world's opinion has not concur. He was not content to have the nautical control merely, in wh. his experience could have been useful, but, with greater generosity than skill or propriety, assum. the direction of the land forces, thereby saving the reputa. of Walley, our ch. milit. officer, to the injury of his own. on the failure of this Quixotic campaign, he went to London, 1691, with intent. to seek aid from the new king in ano. attempt upon the bulwark of French empire in the world; but was most lucki. divert. from that pursuit, by the appointm. as Gov. in the new chart. on the recommend. of Increase Mather to the king. With Mather and the chart. he arr. at Boston 14 May 1692, but his incapac. was soon discern. and in two yrs. for indecent or boisterous conduct he was recall. from the prov. to London, and there d. 18 Feb. 1695. A monum. to his mem. stands in the ch. of St. Mary Woolnoth.
In Mass. the history of his admin. is the melancholy monum. for his public breach of the peace was a scandal that never before any other ch. magistr. and the horrible delusion of the witch-[ [vol. 3, pp. 422-423, missing in the orig. electronic version were provided by Warren C. Wetmore, May 8, 1999] ] [[vol 3, p. 422]] craft tradegy, tho. not imput. to him, might by him have been partially restrain. if not effect. counteract. As he never had a ch. the preposterous fable never heard of bef. this generat. that Sir Constantine Phips, the Tory lawyer, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, was his s. and the progenit. of Lord Mulgrave of the last century, may be duly esteem. It must be regret. that so respectab. an author as Smiles in his enumerat. of disting. mem. of the peerage, should have adopt. so fabulous an origin for the Normanby fam. See Self Help, p. 169. With his com. in May 1692, I have prefer. to close the enumerat. of N. E. early sett. because he brot. new people to fill offices, and succeed. emigr. may too much be thot. to have come for the same purpose. The sturdy puritan race may almost universal. be count. as earlier inhab. See Gillingham, as perhaps the latest of the prior sett. His wid. m. 9 Oct. 1701, Peter Sargent. Her neph. Spencer Bennett, H. C. 1703, took the name of Phips, had William, H.C. 1728, and was lieut. Gov. of the Province, d. 4 Apr. 1757, aged 71. Nine of this name, of single and double p. had, in 1832,been gr. at Harv.
PICKARD, *JOHN, Rowley 1645, m. Jane Crosby, had John, b. 1653; Samuel, 1663, and three, or, by ano. story, six ds. was rep. 1661 and 95, unless this last yr. belongs to his s. and d. 1697, aged 75. His wid. d. 20 Feb. 1716, in 89th yr. Mary, one of his ds. m. 14 Feb. 1671, John Pearson, the sec. *JOHN, Rowley, s. of the preced. freem. 1683, was perhaps rep. 1695. *SAMUEL, Rowley, br. of the preced. m. Eliz. Bradstreet, had a d. and his w. d. early. He next m. Eliz. d. of Thomas Hale, had Samuel, b. 1689; Thomas, 1691; Moses, 1694; Joseph, 1701; beside three ds. He was rep. 1723 and 4. Descend. at R. have been numer. and respect. Farmer ment. an Edmund P. from Northam in Devonsh. at Piscataqua, a. 1661.
PICKE, JOHN, Cambridge, by w. Mary had Abigail, b. 22 Apr. 1642. Perhaps it is spelt otherwise in some places.
PICKERAM or PICKRAM, GEORGE, Watertown, prob. s. of John, brot. by his f. from Eng. 1630; unit. with his wid. mo. Esther, 1 Sept. 1646, in sale of est. JOHN, Watertown, d. 10 Dec. 1630. He prob. came in the fleet with Winthrop, had, by w. Esther, s. George, beside John, who was bur. 6 July 1639, and d. Joan, wh. d. 3 days aft. her f. None of this name is found in div. of Shawshin lds. 1652, among people of Cambridge and W. I think it may be the same as Pickering.
PICKERING, JOHN, Ipswich 1634, a carpenter, rem. to Salem 1637, had there gr. of ld. by w. Eliz. had John, prob. b. that yr; Jonathan, 1639; Eliz. bapt. 3 Mar. 1644, d. soon; and Eliz. again, perhaps b. 3, bapt. 17 Aug. 1645, prob. d. young; and he d. 1655 or 1657. The will of 30 July 1655 was pro. 1 July 1657. His wid. m. 25 Dec. of the latter yr [[vol 3, p. 423]]. John Deacon of Lynn. JOHN, Portsmouth 1635, perhaps had been as early as 1630, may have rem. to Cambridge, by w. Mary had Lydia, b. 5 Nov. 1638; rem. to Portsmouth, prob. there d. 18 Jan. 1669; but one of this name is by Lewis claim. for his town of Lynn 1639, who, if transient resid. may be either of these first two.
JOHN, Salem, s. of the first John of the same, freem. 1669, m. 1657, Alice, d. of William Flint, had John, b. 10 Sept. 1658; Jonathan, 27 Sept. 1660, d. young; Joseph, 9 Sept. 1663, d. young; Benjamin, 11 or 15 Jan. 1666; Edward, d. soon; Sarah, 7 Sept. 1668; William, 11 Jan 1671; Eliz. 7 Sept. 1674; and Hannah, 2 July 1677. In the regular descent from one John to ano. est. in Salem (perhaps got by the first John, 1642, from Emmanuel Downing under power to his w. as a reasona. tradit. gives, to pay for his s. George's commencem. dinner), is now, in part, enjoy. by John of the seventh generat. He was ancest. of the disting. Timothy, H. C. 1763, whose s. and gr.s. have been gr. at the same; was lieut. and d. 5 May 1694, aged 56; and his wid. Sarah d. 27 Dec. 1714. *JOHN, Portsmouth, s. of the first John of the same, m. 10 Jan 1665, Mary Stanyan, had John b. 1 Dec. 1666; Mary, 18 July 1668; Thomas, 6 Apr. 1679, d. next yr.; two Sarahs wh. d. 1671 and 3, and perhaps others; was capt. rep. to Boston 1691; and in N. H. was speaker of the assemb. as was his namesake, the elder br. of Timothy in that of Mass. at a later day. He was liv. 1718, and ancest. of Hon. John of Portsmouth, H. C. 1761, wh. d. 11 Apr. 1805; and prob. William of Concord, H. C. 1797. His d. Mary m. John Plaisted.
JONATHAN, Salem, s. of John the first of the same, ship-carpenter, m. 19 Mar. 1666, Jane, d. of doctor Thomas Cromwell, had Jane., b. last week of Nov. 1667, d. young; Eliz. 2 or 4 June 1669; Mary, 1 Dec. 1670; Ann, Aug. 1672; Jonathan, 11 May 1674; Sarah, 25 Jan. 1676; John, bapt. 19 May 1678; but these five last ment. all d. young; Hannah, bapt. 28 May 1682; and Mercy. Thirteen of this name, had, in 1831, been gr. at Harv.
PICKES, JOHN, Piscataqua, i.e. prob. Dover or Kittery 1640; but Mr. Judd, on examin. of the original rec. presum. the name to intend Pike.
PICKET, ADAM, New London, youngest s. of John of the same, m. 16 May 1680, Hannah, d. of Daniel Wetherell, had Adam, b. 1681; and John, 1685; and d. 1691. His bros. d. unm. and s. Adam d. without issue. CHRISTOPHER, Boston, in that part call. Muddy riv. now Brookline, m. June 1647, Eliz. Stow, d. of John, had John, b. 6 Sept. 1657; was liv. at B. 1661; and 14 Oct. 1675, at Scarborough, prob. a soldier, witness to nuncup. will of Arthur Alger. DANIEL, Stratford, youngest s. of the first John of the same, m. 13 Sept. 1683, Mary, d. of John [[vol. 3, p. 424]] Offit, had Samuel, b. 23 Nov. 1684, d. young; Margaret, 14 Aug. 1686; Daniel, 27 Feb. 1688, prob. d. soon; Samuel, again, 31 Oct. 1689; Daniel, again, 1 Oct. 1691; Mary, 15 Jan. 1693; Comfort, a d. 6 Sept. 1694; and Rebecca, 5 Mar. 1701. JAMES, Stratford 1669, br. of the preced. went to Norwalk 1673, m. 17 July of that yr. Rebecca, d. of Ralph Keeler, had James, b. 7 May 1674; and perhaps rem.
*JOHN, Salem 1648, had John, James, Thomas, and Sarah, in Nov. of that yr. bapt. together; Rebecca, 30 June 1650; and Daniel, 25 Jan. 1652. I do not find the name of w. among ch. mem. and his is by Felt copied Pigket, follow. the sound. he rem. 1660 to Stratford, there was constable 1667, one of the selectmen in 1669, and rep. 1673 and 5. His w. Margaret d. 6 Oct. 1683, and he d. 11 Apr. foll. Sarah m. 19 Dec. 1665, Robert Lane of S. and Rebecca M. 31 Dec. 1673, James Sention of Norwalk. JOHN, Boston, whose s. John, by w. Elizabeth d. 14 Aug. 1657, may be the same as the preced. JOHN, New London, m. Ruth, d. of Jonathan Brewster, had Mary; Ruth; William; John, b. 26 July 1656; Adam, 15 Nov. 1658; and Mercy, 16 Jan. 1661. He was an active merch. had good est. and d. 16 Aug. 1667; and his wid. m. 18 July foll. Charles Hill, who, in 1670, obtain. from the Col. confirmat. of a grant of 600 acres, made by Uncas to P.; Mary m. 10 Apr. 1672, Benjamin Shapley; Ruth m. Rev. Moses Noyes of Lyme; and Mercy m. 1 Nov. 1682, Samuel Fosdick, and next, John Arnold. JOHN, Stratford, s. of John of the same, freem. 1670, m. 19 Jan. 1673, Mary Cross, or some such name, had Rebecca, b. 31 Dec. foll.; John, 5 Jan. 1678; Sarah, 8 Mar. 1681; and James, 5 Jan. 1686. His w. d. 7 Oct. 1687. THOMAS, Stratford, br. of the preced. m. 16 Nov. 1676, Abigail, d. of Thomas Seymour of Norwalk, had Abigail, b. 30 July 1678; Hannah, 20 May 1680; and Jacob, 15 Feb. 1682.
PICKLES, JONAS, Scituate 1650, m. 1657, Alice, d. of William Hatch, had Jonas, b. 5 Feb. 1659; Mary, 1660; Nathan, 1661; Lydia, 1662; and Jonas, 1663; next yr. he d. suddenly, I presume, for his will was nuncup. 15 Dec. and pro. by two females. NATHAN, Scituate, s. of the preced. m. 1687, Miriam, d. of John Turner, had Mary, b. 1688; Alice, 1691; Nathan, 1693; David, 1695; and Nathan, again, 1699. Deane.
PICKMAN, oft. writ. PITMAN, as sound. BENJAMIN, Salem, third s. of Nathaniel of Bristol, Eng. bapt. at Lewen's Mead, Bristol, the ch. seat of the dissent. interest in that city, 1645, m. 27 July 1667, Elizabeth d. of Capt. Joseph Hardy, had Joseph, b. 11 June 1668; Benjamin, 30 Jan. 1672; Susanna, 3 Feb. 1674; Martha, 3 June 1677; John, 12 Sept. 1679; Joshua, 28 Aug. 1681; William, 10 June 1684; and Nicholas, call. a d. 18 Aug. 1687; and he d. 1708. His wid. d. 19 Dec. 1727, [[vol. 3, p. 425]] aged 77. Susanna m. John Viall; Martha m. Edmund Batter; and Nicholas m. Richard Pike, and d. in her 90th yr.
BENJAMIN, Salem, s. of the preced. by first w. Miss Hasket, had only John; he next m. 26 Oct. 1704, Abigail, sec. d. of Timothy Lindall, had Abigail, b. 9 Feb. 1706; Benjamin, 28 Jan. 1708, an honorable counsellor, wh. was gr.f. of the late Benjamin Pickman, H. C. 1784, mem. of U. S. Cong. and d. 2 Aug. 1773; William, 1 Oct. 1710; Samuel, 19 Jan. 1712; Elizabeth 22 Jan. 1714; Caleb, 10 June 1715; Rachel, 25 July 1717; and Sarah, 1 Dec. 1718; and he d. next yr. on 26 Apr. JOHN, Salem, s. of Nathaniel, m. 27 Aug. 1667, Hannah, d. of Thomas Weeks of the same, and she d. 23 Dec. 1670. NATHANIEL, Salem 1654, came from Bristol with w. Tabitha, wh. d. 10 Sept. 1668, and ch. Nathaniel, John, Benjamin, William, Samuel, and perhaps Tabitha, and Mary, beside Bethia, wh. all m. the last, 15 Feb. 1673, with John Silsbee; Mary, 22 June 1665, with Robert Hodges; and Tabitha, 30 Aug. 1664, with Edmund Feveryear.
NATHANIEL, Salem, s. of the preced. had Tabitha, b. Nov. 1670, d. in few wks.; Tabitha, again, 4 Nov. 1671; Elizabeth 25 Dec. 1673; and Nathaniel. 13 Apr. 1676. SAMUEL, Salem, br. of the preced. by w. Lydia, perhaps d. of Peter Palfrey, had Sarah, wh. d. 4 Dec. 1659; Samuel, wh. d. 24 May 1660; Sarah, again 7 Feb. 1662, perhaps b. at Lynn; Samuel, again, 21 Nov. 1664; Peter, 14 Aug. 1667, d. at 13 mos.; Peter, again, 27 Nov. 1669; Lydia, 7 Dec. 1672; and Joshua, 19 Aug. 1675. WILLIAM, Salem, br. of the preced. m. 24 June 1673, Elizabeth Eastwick, had William b. 7 Sept. 1676, posthum. and d. prob. 1676, for to her was admin. giv. 28 June of that yr.
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