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



Download 1.88 Mb.
Page59/66
Date conversion15.02.2016
Size1.88 Mb.
1   ...   55   56   57   58   59   60   61   62   ...   66
ROBERT, Lynn, s. prob. of the preced. m. last of Jan. 1684, Tabitha, d. of sec. Thomas Ivory of Lynn. [[vol. 3, p. 505]] SAMUEL, Dover, m. 14 Aug. 1679, Mary, d. of George Walton. THOMAS, Charlestown, s. prob. eldest of Robert, b. in Eng. a. 1627, brot. by his f. m. 12 Mar. 1656, Sarah, d. of Edmund Edenden, had Thomas, b. 1 Feb. 1657, bapt. 6 May 1660, as f. and mo. joined the ch. the week preced.; John b. 6 Oct. 1659, d. in few wks; Elizabeth bapt. 2 Feb. 1662; John, again, b. 25 May 1664; Sarah, 15 Aug. 1666; Robert, bapt. 19 Apr. 1668; Edmund, b. 27 Jan. 1670, d. young; Hannah, 21 Feb. 1672; William, 11 Sept. 1674; Deborah, 28 Sept. 1676; and Samuel, 3 May 1679; was freem. 1660, and d. 3 Aug. 1683, and his wid. d. 1699, in her 63d yr. Elizabeth m. 4 July 1632, John Pinney; and Hannah m. 12 Apr. 1694, Nathaniel Frothingham. THOMAS, Charlestown, s. of the preced. m. 17 June 1679, Sarah, d. of William Longley or Langley of Groton, had Sarah, b. 27 Jan. 1680, d. soon; Thomas, 26 Dec. 1681; Edmund, wh. d. 31 Aug. 1683; Robert, 18 June 1684; Edmund, again, 22 Aug. 1686; William, 4 May 1689; Joshua, 2 Mar. 1692; and Sarah, 1 Sept. 1694, d. next yr. He was drown. 2 Oct. 1695, and his wid. had admin. 2 Dec. foll.
WILLIAM, Charlestown, br. of the preced. by w. Persis had Mary, b. 21 May 1695; Elizabeth bapt. 4 Apr. 1697; William, 1698; John, b. 11 Feb. 1701, d. soon; Deborah, bapt. 29 Nov. 1702; Samuel, b. 27 May 1704; Thomas, 22 Aug. 1711; and Joshua, bapt. 20 Sept. 1713, and d. 19 Feb. 1747; and his wid d. 25 June 1748, aged 80 yrs. Ten of this name had, in 1828, been gr. at Harv.
RANDALL, ABRAHAM, Dorchester, s. of Philip, rem. with his f. to Windsor 1636, was constable 1656, m. first w. Mary, 1 Dec. 1640, and sec. w. 27 Oct. 1681, Elizabeth Kibby, but prob. had no ch. by either, or at least left none, when he d. 21 Aug. 1690; in his will gave most of his est. to Abraham and two other s. of George Phelps, his nephews. ANTHONY, Salem 1688, a physician. Felt. ISAAC, Scituate, youngest s. of William of the same, m. 19 Nov. 1684, Susanna, d. of Joseph Barstow, and for sec. w. 1692, Deborah, of John Buck, had Isaac Susanna, Jacob, Deborah, Robert, Ruth, Gideon, Rachel, Caleb, Elisha, Mary, Abigail, Grace, and Perez; of whom we may presume that the last eleven were by the sec. Deane says he liv. to the age of 102. JOB, Scituate, s. of William of the same, had Mary, b. 1680; Job, 1683; James, 1685; Nehemiah, 1688; Lydia, 1690; and Samuel, 1694.
JOHN, Watertown, by w. Susanna had Sarah, b. 7 Aug. 1659; beside Susanna, suppos. to be first ch.; Stephen; Mary; Samuel, 20 Mar. 1669; and Eleazer, 30 Apr. 1672; all nam. in his will of 22 Apr. pro. 5 Oct. 1680. His w. had d. 14 May 1673. He was prob. younger br. of Stephen, and d. 16 June 1680. Suanna m. Enoch Sawtell. JOHN, Westerly 1667, complained of by Conn. Ind. Trumbull II. 529. JOHN [[vol. 3, p. 506]] Weymouth, s. of Robert, freem. 1691, by w. Mercy had Mary, b. 31 May 1668; John 16 Apr. 1673; Elizabeth; Mercy; and other ch. whose dates are not in the rec. but in his will of 28 Dec. 1715, he names w. Sarah, s. John, Mercy, w. of Thomas Kingman; Elizabeth w. of Benjamin Orcut; besides w. of Benjamin Luddam; and w. of ....Reed, as his ds. JOHN, Rochester, may have been s. of William of Scituate, and liv. there early, had John, b. 6 May 1677; Patience, 13 Jan. 1679, Thomas, 25 Jan. 1681; Mercy, 20 Jan 1683; William, 6 Feb. 1685; Job, 3 Mar. 1688; Judith, 29 Apr. 1690; and Lazarus, 25 Dec. 1691. Perhaps his w. was relat. of Thomas Rollins the sec. of Boston; at least in his will of 12 Dec. 1681, he is nam. among other kin. JOHN, Watertown, m. Rachel, d. of John Waite of the same, had Mary, b. 10 June 1690; and he d. Dec. foll.
JOSEPH, Scituate, eldest of William of the same, m. 1673, Hannah Macomber, perhaps d. of William, had Elizabeth and Sarah, b. 1673, Joseph, 1675; Hannah, 1677; Sarah, again, 1680; Margaret, 1683; Mercy, 1684; and Benjamin, 1688, as Deane tells. NATHANIEL, Boston 1660, s. of John of Clerken well, London, that had w. Elizabeth wh. was sis. of William Morton of Windsor and New London. PHILIP, Dorchester, freem. 14 May 1634, had one d. call. Philury, wh. m. George Phelps, and s. Abraham, bef. ment. and Philip, rem. 1636 to Windsor, there d. 6 Sept. 1648, unless this be date of his s. of the same name, and he, I think, liv. to 66, but had no ch. and the name soon after was exinct at W. The wid. d. 1665, aged 87. RICHARD, Saco, had Richard, b. 1659; and Sarah, 1661; may be the same wh. was of Boston 1676, (but more prob. his f.) a mariner, had w. Elizabeth d. of the first Richard Tozer, and many yrs. later was of Dover. ROBERT, Weymouth frem. 1647, then spell. Rendell, in his will of 27 Mar. 1621, names his ch. John, Thomas, Mary, wh. was b. 20 or 30 Mar. 1642, w. of Abraham Staples, m. 17 Sept. 1660; and Hannah, w. of John Warfield, both then of Mendon. Mary, his w. was bur. 3 Sept. 1640, but his next w. is unkn. He came from Wendover, Co. Bucks, as he testif. in 1688, at the age of 80. SAMUEL, Watertown, s. of John of the same, m. 27 Jan. 1709, Elizabeth Gleason of Cambridge, had Elizabeth b. 22 Mar. 1710; Samuel, 12 Nov. 1711; Susanna, Dec. 1713, d. at 10 yrs.; Mary, 23 Feb. 1713; John, Jan. 1719; and Stephen, 29 Jan. 1722; and d. 24 Jan. 1730.
STEPHEN, Watertown, m. 14 Dec. 1653, Susanna, d. of Ellis Barron, had Elizabeth wh. m. Stephen Codman; Stephen, b. 20 Aug. 1655, wh. prob. d. young; Susanna, wh. m. William Shatuck; and Mary, 24 June 1662. He was perhaps elder s. of that wid. Eliz, wh. d. at W. 24 Dec. 1672, aged 80; and he d. 26 Feb. 1708. The will of 13 Jan. 1698, names the three ds. and Mary m. only six weeks aft. that date Abraham Chamberlin; yet the will was not, of course, potental in the [[vol. 3, p. 507]] match. He left no male descend.
THOMAS, Marblehead, fisherman, m. bef. Feb. 1665, Sarah, d. of John Langdon of Boston, d. soon, for his inv. was tak. 20 Nov. 1667. THOMAS, Weymouth, s. of Robert, freem. 1691, by w. Hannah had Deborah, b. 2 Sept. 1683. WILLIAM, Scituate 1640, had liv. perhaps in 1636 at R. I. certain. in 1637 at Marshfield, bef. m. and aft. had Sarah, b. 1640.; Joseph, Mar. 1642; Hannah, Mar. 1644; William, Dec. 1647; John, Apr. 1650; Elizabeth Oct. 1652; Job, 8 Feb. 1655; Benjamin, 1656; and Isaac, 1658. To his. w. Elizabeth by will of Michael Barstow of Watertown, in June 1674, was giv. good legacy. WILLIAM, Newbury, by w. Elizabeth wh. Coffin says he m. 2 Oct. 14, had Elizabeth b. 13 May 1650; William, 2 Mar. 1653; John, 3 Mar. 1655; Mary, 26 Mar. 1656; and Hannah, 7 Jan. 1659. WILLIAM, Newbury, s. of the preced. by w. Rebecca, had Enoch, b. Dec. 1676; and his w. d. 18 Feb. foll. WILLIAM, Westfield, perhaps s. of William of Scituate, by w. Mary had chidr. bef. going thither, of wh. only Mary is kn. but prob. ano. was William, and there had John, b. 17 June 1682; Abigail, 26 July 1684; Hannah, 23 Nov. 1686; and Elizabeth 8 Apr. 1689, d. next yr. at Enfield, whither here. In Mar. 1691, his d. Mary was charg. with witchcr. but the murderous spirit was rebuked by the judges considerate. adm. her f. to be surety. One of the early purch. at Taunton was a wid. R. but of wh. she had been w. is not kn.
RANDOLPH, EDWARD, Boston, call. "the evil genius of N. E." from 1676, engag. in the project of overturning the rights secured by the Charter, and after its extinct. in 1684, employ. with Sir E. Andros, and the instrum. of tyranny until the glorious revo. 1689, when he,with the rest, was imprison. in few wks. aft. rejoiced to be sent home; and it is said that he d. in the W. I. See Eliot's Biog. Dict.; Hutch. 1. 319; and Chalmer's Pol. Ann. 491.
RANGER, EDWARD, Boston, a stationer, or as Thomas II. 411, calls him, binder, by first w. Sarah, had Prudence, b. 5 Nov. 1672; John, 16 Apr. 1674; and by w. Mary d. Samuel, 29 Mar. 1681; and Sarah, 15 Sept. 1692; was freem. 1671.
RANKIN, ANDREW, York, d. bef. 1678, leav. five ch. and wid. Martha, wh. m. Philip Frost. JOHN, Roxbury 1653, a serv. of Gov. Thomas Dudley.
RANNEY, EBENEZER, Middletown, youngest s. of Thomas the first, m. 4 Aug. 1698, Sarah Warner, perhaps d. of Robert of the same. JOHN, Middletown, br. of the preced. m. 1693, Hannah Turner. JOSEPH, Middletown, br. of the preced. m. 1693, Mary, prob. d. of Comfort Star of the same, and d. 2 Mar. 1745. THOMAS, Middletown, from Scotland, says Field, 33, m. May 1659, Mary Hubbard, d. of George, and [[vol. 3, p. 508]] d. 2 June 1713, leav. good est. and four s. Thomas, b. 1 Mar. 1660; John, 14 Nov. 1662; Joseph, Sept. 1663, and Ebenezer, beside ds. Mary, b. Feb. 1665, m. 30 May 1682, John Savage; Elizabeth 12 Apr. 1660, w. of Jonathan Warner, m. 4 Aug. 1698; and Esther, wh. m. 3 Nov. 1696, Nathan Savage. His wid. d. 18 Dec. 1721. THOMAS, Middletown, eldest s. of the preced. m. 1690, Rebecca, eldest d. of Nathaniel Willet, prob. had sev. ch.
RANSOM, MATTHEW, Saybrook, m. 7 Mar. 1683, Hannah Jones, had Joseph, b. 10 Jan. 1684.
RAPER, THOMAS, Boston, by w. Martha had Jeremiah, b. 27 Apr. 1685; Mercy, 8 Oct. 1686, d. young Stephen; 16 June 1688; Martha, 18 Nov. 1689; and Mercy, again, 23 Oct. 1691.
RASHLEY, HENRY, Boston 1648, perhaps br. of Thomas, d. bef. July 1657, JOHN, charg. with murder 1679, to the E. of Kennebeck. THOMAS, Boston, adm. of the ch. 8 Mar. 1640, called "a studyent," meaning in theology, no doubt, and next yr. at Gloucester, as we learn from Lechford, he exercis. as they say, in a prophetical way, and there perhaps m. but his s. John "being a. six wks. old," was bapt. at B. 18 May 1645, in wh. yr. he was possib. of ar. co. and of Exeter 1646; but soon went home, was the min. at Bishop Stoke, Co. Hants, where, 4 May 1652, he bapt. Samuel Sewall, first of that name, Ch. Just. of Mass. He was after, as Farmer, in a MS. note says, sett. in Wiltsh.
RASOR, RICHARD, Boston, m. 24 Aug. 1660, Exercise, d. of John Blackleach.
RATCHELL or RACHELL, ROBERT, Boston, m. Judith, d. of John Hart, had Mary, b. 31 Aug. 1652; Ann, 4 Feb. 1654; and Temperance, 8 June 1658; he d. 1659, when inv. of his est. was £5 4s. 8d. and his wid. m. 3 Dec. 1663, Philip Bullis. Boston rec. however, by seeming incongru. makes Thomas Reape to be m. by Gov. John Endicott, 30 Nov. 1660, to wid. Judith Ratchell. Still Bullis prevailed, possib. at a later day. Mary m. John Pierce of Gloucester; Ann m. 1677, Andrew Hall of Boston; and Temperance m. William Johnson of Boston, and was wid. 1677.
RATCLIFF, or RATLIFFE, JOHN, Boston, by w. Alice had John, b. 16 Nov. 1664; Thomas, 17 Jan. 1667; and Elizabeth 1 Jan. 1670. PHILIP, agent for Gov. Cradock, prob. in the Marblehead fishery, bef. 1630, severely, even cruelly punish. for maledict. of the ch. at Salem in June 1631, as cutting off his ears, and a sort of excuse seems to be suggested that he could not have felt the indignity bec. he was insane. He was banish. as in Winthrop is told I. 56. ROBERT, Plymouth, came in the Ann, 1623, prob. with w. and ch. for in the div. of lds. next yr. he had four sh. but in the div. of cattle, 1627, his name is not found. ROBERT, [[vol. 3, p. 509]] Boston 1686, the first Episcop. min. sett. in N. E. was induct. 15 June of that yr. and Sewall, in his Diary Notes, that on 15 Sept. Mr. David Jeffries was by him m. to Miss Betty Usher, prob. d. of John; but perhaps no edifice for worship was erect. in his time. Neither Pemberton nor Eliot give any report of him after the first yr. Dunton says he "was an emin. preach. and his Sermons were useful, and well dressed." He had come in the frigate Rose, May 1686, and went home, no doubt, at the end of three yrs. when his patron Andros was overthrown. WILLIAM, Greenwich 1669, had prob. liv. at Stamford, there m. 27 Oct. 1659, Elizabeth d. of Nicholas Thele, was rep. 1670.
RATHBON, JOHN, THOMAS, THOMAS, jr. and WILLIAM, were of Block isl. 1678.
RATSTOCK, JOSHUA, Boston 1687, prayed Sir E. Andros for leave to keep a sch. at the N. end, but his success is not heard of.
RAVENSCROFT, ANTHONY, Westerly 1661, was a soldier in 1675. SAMUEL, Boston, ar. co. 1679, m. Dionysia, d. of Maj. Thomas Savage, had Dionysia, b. 12 Apr. 1681; Samuel, 12 Apr. 1682; both bapt. 7 May this yr.; George, 20, bapt. 23 Mar. 1684; Sarah, 20 Nov. 1686; and Thomas, 29 June 1688. He was one of the Wardens of the first Episcop. ch. and that prevent. the bapt. of the ch. at O. S. to wh. he had belong. and it may be thot. perhaps led to his imprison. at the revo. in Apr. 1689. Soon after, he unit. in a loyal address to King William, but prob. rem. in short time.
RAVENSDALE, JOHN, was sw. a freem. of Mass. 6 May 1635; but where liv. I find not.
RAWBORNE. See Rabun.
RAWLINS, RAWLINGS, or ROLLINS, CALEB, Boston, s. of Thomas the sec. by w. Elizabeth d. of Nicholas Wilmot, had Thomas, b. 15 Sept. 1673; Mary, 10 Mar. 1677; and Ann, 25 Oct. 1679. ICHABOD, Dover, perhaps s. of James, was taxed 1665. JAMES, Newbury, freem. 14 May 1634, was of Dover two yrs. after, and in 1656, fined for neglect of public worship. JASPER, Roxbury, came with w. Joan in 1632 prob. for 11 June 1633 he was adm. freem. went early to Wethersfield, soon aft. to Windsor; but back to R. bef. 1646; there m. 8 June 1651, wid. of Thomas Griggs, perhaps Hannah, to wh. by his will of 7 Jan. 1666, pro. 13 June 1667, he gave all his est. unless any of his ch. came here to sett. I believe they all contin. in Conn. He was of Boston 1654, and aft. JOHN, Boston, by w. Judah had Gershom, b. 29 Jan. 1686; and perhaps more. JOSHUA, Boston 1671, mariner, s. of sec. Thomas, by w. Abigail had Abigail, b. 2 May of that yr. wh. m. Oct. 1686, Zechariah Kirk.
NATHANIEL, Scituate, s. of Thomas came with his f. to Roxbury 1630, m. 4 Sept. 1652, Lydia, d. of Richard Sylvester, had Elizabeth b. 1 Mar. [[vol. 3, p. 510]] 1654, d. young; Ruth, 27 Sept. 1655; Patience, 1658; Nathaniel, 1659; Elizabeth again, 1661; and Nathaniel, again, 7 Sept. 1662; and d. 23 Dec. 1662. His w m. May 1664 Edward Wright. His d. Elizabeth m. 1679, James Torrey. NICHOLAS, Newbury, m. 31 Oct. 1679, Rebecca, d. of Robert Long of the same, had John, b. 13 Dec. 1680.; Daniel, 21 Mar. 1682; Mary, 10 Apr. 1683; Joseph, 25 Mar. 1685; Benjamin, 2 Mar. 1687; Rebecca, 1 Oct. 1689, and Martha, 5 Nov. 1692. RICHARD, Boston 1638, a plaisterer, adm. of the ch. 1642, freem. 10 May 1643, had w. Mary. ROBERT, Amesbury, sw. alleg. 20 Dec. 1677. SAMUEL, a soldier at Hadley in 1676, was perhaps s. of Thomas the sec. of Boston. THOMAS, Roxbury 1630, perhaps br. of Jasper, "came in the first comp." says the ch. rec. that is, with Winthrop bef. either Eliot or Welde, bring. with w. five ch. Thomas, Mary, John, Nathaniel, and John, was made freem. 18 May 1631, hav. req. that benefit 19 Oct. bef. His w. Mary d. a. 1639, and he soon rem. to Weymouth, thence to Scituate, and few yrs. later to Boston, where his w. Emma d. 27 Dec. 1655, and he m. 2 May 1656, Sarah, wid. of David Mattocks of R. and d. 15 Mar. 1660. His will of three days bef. pro. 4 Apr. foll. names only w. Sarah, and s. Thomas and Nathaniel. Mary, the d. brot. from Eng. m. Apr. 1639, William Parker, and Joan m. 28 Jan. 1646, Ephraim Kempton, both of S. but their ws. were d. bef. this will. Deane has slightly conus. the acco.
THOMAS, Weymouth, mariner, s. of the preced. came 1630, with his f. freem. 3 Mar. 1636, prob. rem. after b. of Thomas his first s. and Joshua, b. 2 Dec. 1642, to Boston, there had Caleb, 8 Mar. 1645; Joseph, bapt. in right of his mo. of the ch. of W. at B. 25 June 1648, a. 11 days old; Mary, b. 24 Nov. 1652; Samuel, 1 Sept. 1655; and his w. Hannah, mo. of these ch. was admor. of the est. 1677. THOMAS, Dorchester, of wh. all we kn. comes from the gr.-st. that he d. 7 July 1693, aged a. 70 yrs. THOMAS, Boston, s. prob. of the sec. Thomas, by w. Sarah had Thomas, b. 20 Jan. 1667; but no more is found on the rec. and we may presume he d. or rem. Almost universal. this name is become Rollins.
RAWLINSON, THOMAS, Ipswich, freem. 2 May 1638. See Rowlandson.
RAWSON, EDWARD, Newbury, b. 16 Apr. 1615, at Gillingham, Co. Dorset, near the bounds of Hants and Wilts, from both of wh. came many of our Newbury people, arr. I suppose, in 1637, and in Mar. 1638, freem. was first clk. of the town, rep. 1638, 9, 42, 4, 6, 8, and 9, and Secr. 1650 to 86, d. 27 Aug. 1693, having rem. to Boston, 1650; was long reg. of deeds for Suff'k. Co. as well as Secr. for the Col. for wh. office the vols. of rec. exhibit strange evid. in many places of his incompetency or more wonderful neglect. One instance is specified [[vol. 3, p. 511]] under Adams, Joseph. He had s. Daniel, bef. 1662. He m. inn Eng. Rachel, d. of Thomas Pirne, or Perne, and his first ch. a d. was b. there, and left at home; beside her, six more ds. are said to have been b. to him, and five s. Of these we can hardly be sure of the dates of more than half; Edward, H. C. 1653; and Rachel, wh. m. at Boston, 18 Jan. 1653, William Aubrey, we may suppose to have been b. in Eng. also; but the rest would prob. be b. here, though we may mistake names as well as dates. David, b. 6 May 1644; Pirne or Parnell, 1646; and Grindall, 23 Jan. 1649, wh. d. young, may admit to have their b. at N. as Coffin gives them; tho. his Susan wh. d. in Roxbury 1654, must be rejected, since the town rec. is silent, and by inspect. of the ch. rec. it seems prob. Susan, d. of Edward Payson, was thus read. John, wh. went to Eng. and never came back, and William, b. at B. 21, bapt. 25 May 1651; Rebecca, 19 Oct. 1654, d. soon; Rebecca, again, b. 21, bapt. 25 May 1656; Sarah; Elizabeth 12 Nov. 1657; and Grindall, again, 23 Jan. 1659, H. C. 1678, will complete the number without the conjectural Susan of Roxbury. His w. had d. 11 Oct. 1677. Mary m. 15 May 1657, Rev. Samuel Torrey; Rebecca m. 1 July 1679, one Thomas Rumsey, a scoundrel, wh. pretend. to be Thomas Hale, jr. a neph. of the great jurist, Sir Matthew, Ch. J. of Eng. wh. carried her to London, and immediate. abandon. her; and Sarah m. Thomas Brougton of Boston. EDWARD, Boston, eldest s. the preced. went home, and was a sett. min. at Horsmanden in Co. Kent, whence, after the Restor. he was eject. by the farmer incumbent.
GRINDALL, Mendon, youngest s. of Edward the first, so nam. in honor of the puritan Archbp. of Canterbury in Elizabeth's day, was sec. min. in that town, freem. 1683 ord. 7 Apr. 1684, m. Susanna, d. of Rev. John Wilson of Medfield, had Edmund, b. 1684, d. soon; John, 26 Apr. 1685, d. next mo.; Susanna, 3 Oct. 1686; Edmund, again, 8 July 1689; Wilson, 23 June 1692; John, again, 1 Oct. 1695; Mary, 22 June 1699; Rachel, 6 Sept. 1701; David, 25 Oct. 1703, d. in 3 mos.; Grindall, 6 Sept. 1707; and Elizabeth 21 Apr. 1710. He d. 6 Feb. 1715, and his wid. d. 8 July 1748, in her 84th yr. WILLIAM, Boston, br. of the preced. m. 11 July 1673, Ann, only d. of Nathaniel Glover of Dorchester, had Ann, b. 11 Apr. 1674; Wilson, 1675; Margaret, 1 Aug. 1676; Edward, 6 Sept. 1677, d. soon; Edward, again, 29 Aug. 1678; Rachel, 16 Oct. 1679; Dorothy, 8 Aug. 1681, all d. young; William, 2 or 8 Dec. 1682, H. C. 1703; David, 13 Dec. 1683; Dorothy, again, 19 June 1686, d. young; rem. to Dorcheser, there had Ebenezer, 1687, d. young; Thankful, 6 Aug. 1688, d. in few days; rem. to Braintree, there had Nathaniel, 1689; Ebenezer, again, 24 July 1691, d. in few mos.; Edward, again, 27 Jan. 1692; Ann, 28 Aug. 1693, d. soon; Patience, 8 Nov. 1694, d. soon; Pelatiah, [[vol. 3, p. 512]] 2 July 1696; Grindall, 24 Aug. 1697; and Mary, 1698; but the last two d. soon. The names of these twenty ch. of wh. only five liv. to grow up, it is said are record. in the anc. fam. bible, and so, we presume, are the dates; one of wh. is impossible to be true.
RAY, or REA, CALEB, Boston, by w. Elizabeth had Caleb, b. 19 Feb. 1683; and by w. Mary had Mary, 28 Aug. 1691. DANIEL, Plymouth 1631, rem. to Salem, and prob. was that freem. of 14 May 1634, spell. Wray in Col. Rec. and perhaps h. of Bethia, adm. the ch. 1637, and Sept. of that yr. was on the gr. jury, liv. there 1644. He had d. Bethia wh. m. first the brave Capt. Thomas Lothrop, next Joseph Grafton, and last deac. William Goodhue. But other ch. were Joshua, Rebecca, and Sarah. DANIEL, Salem, gr.s. of the preced. s. of the first Joshua, m. 10 Apr. 1678, Hepzibah Peabody, had Jemima, b. 29 Dec. 1680; Daniel 23 Nov. 1682; Zerobabel, 12 May 1687; Elizabeth 14 Aug. 1687 (unless, as may easi. be conject. an error has crept into Essex Inst. III. 97); Uzziel, Mar. 1693; and Pilgrim, 30 Nov. 1695. JAMES, Hingham, m. Jan. 1682, wid. Hewett, perhaps relict of Thomas. JOSHUA, Salem, s. of Daniel, may have been brot. from Eng. freem. 1665, was a taverner, 1693. He m. 26 Feb. 1652, Sarah Waters, possib. d. of Richard, wh. d. 19 May 1700, aged 70, had Daniel, b. 30 Mar. 1654, wh. serv. in Philip's war 1676; Rebecca, 4 Sept. 1656; Sarah, 10 Nov. 1658, d. soon; ano. Sarah, and Elizabeth dates of whose b. are so confus. in Essex Inst. III. 16, that tho. it is clear, that one is false, we kn. not wh. besides Bethia, 3 Jan. 1663; Joshua, 6 Aug. 1664; John, 23 May 1666; and Hannah, 1 Aug. 1668. Rebecca m. that Samuel Stephens, k. Sept. 1675 at the fight of Bloody Brook, and her f. report. to the governm. that his br.-in-law, Capt. Thomas Lothrop, and his s.-in-law, Samuel Stephens, both k. by the Ind. in that serv. left fams. dend. on him.
JOSHUA, Salem, s. of the preced. m. Elizabeth Leach, had Sarah, b. 28 Apr. 1686. RICHARD, Warwick, 1656. SIMON, Braintree, came, it is said, from Braintree, Co. Essex, and d. 30 Sept. 1641. His will was copied on one of the lost pages of our Vol. I. in Prob. Court, if we may believe the Index; and his inv. of 20 Feb. foll. shows good est. Perhaps Mary, wh. m. 15 Nov. 1651, Samuel Deering, was his d. SIMON, Block, s. of the preced. an orig. propr. of the isl. in 1661, m. Mary d. of the first Nathaniel Thomas of Marshfield, had Mary, b. 19 May 1667; Dorothy, 16 Oct. 1669; Simon, 9 Apr. 1672; and Sibel, 19 Mar. 1675. He liv. to see num. progeny thro. male and fem. lines, and d. 17 Mar. 1737, in 102d yr. says the gr.stone; and from him came into the fam. by subseq. interm. the Hon. Nathaniel Ray Thomas, one of his Majesty's Counsellors of Mass. Bay 1774.
RAYMOND, perhaps oft. RAYMENT, DANIEL, Lyme, youngest s. of Richard, m. Elizabeth d. of Gabriel Harris, wh. d. 10 Aug. 1683, had Elizabeth and Sarah; and m. next Rebecca, d. of John Lay, had Richard, Samuel, and perhaps others, and d. 1696. His wid. m. Samuel Gager of Norwich. JOHN, Beverly 1670, perhaps the freem. of 1683, d. in 87th yr. 18 Jan. 1703. JOHN, Beverly, possib. may be thot. s. of the preced. [[vol. 3, p. 513]] as in 1682, he was call. sen.; by w. Rachel had Bethia, b. 14 June 1655, wh. d. young, as did, also, Abigail and Elizabeth all in Dec. 1662; Rachel, b. 14 Feb. 1660; and Jonathan, 25 Apr. 1666; and his w. d. the week foll.
JOHN, Norwalk, s. of Richard, m. 10 Dec. 1664, Mary, d. of Thomas Betts, had John, b. 9 Sept. 1665; Samuel, 7 July 1673; and perhaps others; was liv. with two ch. 1694. JOSHUA, New London 1658, eldest s. of Richard, m. 10 Dec. 1659, Elizabeth d. of Nehemiah Smith, had Joshua, b. 18 Sept. 1660; Elizabeth 2 May 1662 Ann, 12 May 1664; Hannah, 8 Aug. 1668; Mary, 12 Mar. 1672; and Experience, 20 Jan. 1674, d. at 16 yrs. beside Richard and Mehitable, wh. d. inf.; and he d. 1676. His wid. m. 26 Jan. 1681, George Dennis. JOSHUA, Block isl. 1687, s. of the preced. RICHARD, Salem, perhaps br. of the first John and of William, freem. 14 May 1634, had there bapt. Bathseba, 11 July 1637, wh. m. 29 July 1659, Humphrey Coombs; Joshua, 3 Mar. 1639; Lemuel, 3 Jan. 1641; Hannah, Feb. 1643; Samuel, 13 July 1645; Richard, 2 Jan. 1648; Elizabeth 28 Apr. 1650; and Daniel, 17 Apr. 1653, all prob. by w. Judith; rem. to Norwalk, thence in 1664 to Saybrook, there d. 1692. RICHARD, Saybrook, s. of the preced. d. as early as 1680.
SAMUEL, New London, s. of the first Richard, m. Mary, d. of Nehemiah Smith, had no ch.; but he and w. were liv. 1700. THOMAS, Salem vill. freem. 1690. WILLIAM, Portsmouth 1632, sent out by Capt. John Mason. WILLIAM, Salem 1648, br. perhaps of the first John and Richard, m. Hannah Bishop, and next Ruth Hall, by both had ch. prob. one William, aged 20 in 1692, witness a. witchcraft, was a capt. of Beverly, and with Rev. John Hale, his min. went in the unfortunate expedit. protect. by Sir William Phips, when he was sheriff, 1690, against Quebec; freem. 1683, and rep. 1685 and 9; and d. 29 Jan. 1709.
1   ...   55   56   57   58   59   60   61   62   ...   66


The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2016
send message

    Main page