|WILLIAM, Kingstown, s. of the first Henry of Warwick, d. 1727, and his wid. Alice d. 1730. His will, made 6 Oct. 1721, names w. Alice, ds. Rose Wilson, Martha Sherman, Mary Chase, and Alice Screvin, and s. Henry, William, Daniel, Robert, and John.
KNOWLTON, ABRAHAM, Salisbury 1677, Prob. s. of the first John. BENJAMIN, Springfield, m. 1676, Hannah Mirick, had Mary, b. 1677; Benjamin, 1679; Sarah, 1682; Mercy, 1683, d. young; Joseph, 1687; and Mercy, again, posthum. He d. 19 Aug. 1690. JOHN, Ipswich, freem. 2 June 1641, d. a. 1654, leav. w. Margaret, ch. John, Abraham, and Elizabeth JOHN, Ipswich, s. of the preced. freem. 1680, liv. then at Wenham, d. 8 Oct. 1684; by w. Sarah had William; Samuel; Joseph, b. 1651; and Nathaniel, 29 June 1658. JONATHAN, Malden, by w. Sarah had Elizabeth b. 22 Apr. 1688. NATHANIEL, Ipswich, perhaps s. of William, freem. 1683, was a man of conseq.
SAMUEL, [[vol. 3, p. 43]] Wenham, perhaps younger br. of the preced. freem. 1680. THOMAS, Ipswich 1643, br. of the first John, m. 24 Nov. 1668, Hannah Green, was deac. and prison-keep. d. 3 Apr. 1692, aged 70. He m. for sec. w. 17 May 1682, as is said, Mary Kimball. WILLIAM, Hingham 1635, was, Felt thot. the bricklayer, wh. d. at Ipswich 1644, found. of a respecta. fam. and in my opin. the Hingham name, giv. Nolton, by Lincoln, means, that same Norton, wh. was of Ipswich. WILLIAM, Ipswich 1669, perhaps s. of the preced.
KNOX, JOHN, Watertown, by w. Hannah had Sarah, bapt., 26 Dec. 1686; John, 3 Feb. 1689; and James, 17 May 1690.
KOLDOM, the older spell. of Coldham, wh. see.
KOSTLO, JOHN, by w. Sarah had Sarah, b. 8 Mar. 1663; and John, 6 Aug. 1666.
KOWDALE, EDWARD. See Cowdall.
LACOCK, LAWRENCE, Boston 1644, ship carpenter, had w. Alice.
LACY, LAWRENCE, Andover, had Lawrence, b. 1683. Abbot, 39. He was "the first person she afflict." as poor Elizabeth Johnson was driv. to confess. in the sad delus. of 1692. MORGAN, Saco a. 1660.
LADD, DANIEL, Ipswich, came in the Mary and John, 1634, by tradit. call. s. of Nathaniel, was one of the first townsmen of Salisbury, a. 1639, but, perhaps, not long there, and bec. perman. inhab. of Haverhill aft. b. of one or two ch. By w. Ann he had Elizabeth b. 11 Dec. 1640; Daniel, 26 Sept. 1642; Lydia, 8 June 1645; the three being on rec. at S.; Mary, 14 Feb. 1647; Nathaniel, 10 Mar. 1602; Ezekiel, 16 Sept. 1654; and Sarah, 4 Nov. 1657. Both he and his w. were liv. 1678. Elizabeth m. at Haverhill, 14 May 1663, Nathaniel Smith. Part of the fam. tradit. that Nathaniel, f. of Daniel was from Dartmouth, in Devon, may be reasona. eno. at least it bears no inherent improb. as the more fondly desir. clause of the story does, that he was one of the first comers to Plymouth; for that phrase belongs only to those wh. arr. in the yrs. 1620, 1, and 3, of wh. was no Ladd; and minute inquiry even shows, there was nobody in either of the three passeng. lists with that bapt. name. DANIEL, Haverhill, eldest s. of the preced. m. 24 Nov. 1668, Lydia Singletary, was rep. 1693, and 4. EZEKIAL, Haverhill, br. of the preced. took o. of fidel. 28 Nov. 1677. JOHN, m. at Woburn, 12 June 1678, Elizabeth Fifield. JOSEPH, Portsmouth, R. I. whose will of 1669 names ch. Joseph, William, Daniel, Mary, and Sarah. NATHANIEL, Exeter, s. of the first Daniel, erron. said to be from Scotland, or Devonshire (perhaps tradit. thot. these adjoin. towns), m. 1678, Elizabeth Gilman, was mort. wound. 11 Aug. 1691 at Maquoit, left w. and seven ch . His gr.s. capt. Daniel fell in bat. with the Ind. 12 Aug. 1746 at Concord, N. H. SAMUEL, Ipswich, s. of the first Daniel, m. a d. of George Corliss.
LAHORNE, ROWLAND, Plymouth 1636, Charlestown 1649, had w. Flora.
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LAIGHTON, or LEIGHTON, DANIEL, Newport, perhaps s. of John of the same, by w. Rebecca had Thomas, b. 2 Mar. 1666; Daniel, 28 Oct. 1667; Rebecca, 24 Feb. 1669; Jeremy, 21 Dec. 1670; Adam, 5 Nov. 1672; Elizabeth 12 Mar. 1674 ; and Mary, 31 Aug. 1675. EZEKIEL, Rowley 1691, s. of Richard. GEORGE, Portsmouth, R. I. 1638, freem. there 1655; m. Elizabeth d. of Thomas Hazard of the same. JOHN, Ipswich 1648, may have been ten yrs. bef. at Newport. JOHN, Kittery, s. of William, m. 13 June 1686, Honor, d. prob. of the first Tobias Langdon, had Elizabeth b 30 May 1691; Mary, 7 May 1693; William, 9 Sept. 1696; John, 27 May 1699; Tobias, 17 Nov. 1701; and Samuel, 22 Nov. 1707; was sheriff of the Co. of York, and d. 10 Nov. 1724, and his wid. d. 21 Nov. 1737, in 75th yr. John, Rowley 1691, s. of Richard. RICHARD, Rowley 1643. His will, of 1682, names ch. John, Ezekiel, Mary, and Sarah, of wh. Mary m. prob. Francis Spofford of the same.
SAMUEL, Lynn, prob. s. of Thomas, m. 14 Feb. 1680, Sarah, d. perhaps of the first Samuel Graves, had Elizabeth b. 30 Oct. 1681; Samuel, 10 Feb. 1683, d. at two days; and, perhaps, others. THOMAS, Lynn, freem. 14 Mar. 1639, rep. 12 yrs. betw. 1646 and 61, had Thomas, Margaret, Samuel, Rebecca, and Elizabeth THOMAS, Saco 1645, had John, wh. m. 1665, Martha, d. of Robert Booth: Folsom. THOMAS, Dover 1648, d. 22 Jan. 1672, in his 68th yr. leav. only s. Thomas; Mary, wh. m. Thomas Roberts, jr.; Elizabeth wh. m. John Hall; and Sarah. His wid. Joanna m. 16 July 1673, Job Clements, outliv. him and d. 15 Jan. 1704, in 88th yr. THOMAS, Portsmouth, R. I. 1638, freem. there 1655, perhaps was br. of George. THOMAS, Dover, only s. of Thomas of the same, freem. 1672, m. a d. of Hatevil Nutter, had Thomas, Elizabeth and John; and d. bef. 1711. Elizabeth m. Philip Cromwell, and, next, Philip Chesley. THOMAS, Lynn, perhaps s. of the first Thomas, freem. 1680, m. 28 Dec. 1670, Sarah Redknap, had Thomas, b. 15 Oct. 1671; Sarah, 16 Sept. 1673; Joseph, 14 Oct. 1675; and Margaret, 13 June 1677; his w. d. 26 Feb. 1680, and he m. 2 Dec. foll. Hannah Silsbee or Silsby, wh. might easi. be rec. for Libby. WILLIAM, Kittery, m. bef. 1650, Catharine, d. of Nicholas Frost, had John, b. May 1661; and Elizabeth a. 1663, wh. d. young; and he d. Sept. 1666. His inv. of 6 June foll. was of £308, 16,6; and the wid. m. Joseph Hammond, outliv. him, and d. 1 Aug. 1715. One Laighton, common. in the earlier day, spelt conform. to sound, Layton, was k. by the Ind. near Swanzey, on the first hour of outbreak of Philip's war; 24 June 1675. In our day the name is usual. Laughton or Leighton, and it is very difficult to trace.
LAKE, HENRY, Salem 1649, a currier, perhaps the same wh. was of Dorchester 1658, br. of Thomas of the same. JAMES, Mass. 1647. Felt. Perhaps only a trans. one. JOHN, Boston 1643, a tailor; freem. [[vol. 3, p. 45]] 1644, by w. Mary, sis. of Matthew and Richard Coy, had Caleb, b. 27 May, bapt. 1 June 1645, but prob. d. young; and the f. d. 6 Aug. 1677, leav. wid. Lucy, and gave her some of his est. resid. to John and Mary, ch. of his br. but ment. no ch. of his own. His will of 4 of the same mo. as Hammond in his Diary tells, was writ. by Richard Sharp of Boston, wh. d. the next day, so one day bef. testat. and Lake's wid. d. 13 May foll. JOHN, Boston, perhaps neph. of the preced. d. 1691, unm.
LANCELOT, Boston 1695, a physician, of wh. nothing is kn. but that he m. 6 May 1708, wid. Catharine Child, and 3 Mar. foll. in his will, pro. 3 Oct. 1715, gave her all his est. He d. 17 Sept. and, I presume, it was a doubt in the mind of the wid. whether the est. would amount to the few shillings of expense. His gr.stone was lately found in the cemetery of King's Chapel. THOMAS, Dorchester, freem. 2 June 1641, d. 27 Oct. 1678; his w. Alice, wh. was ten yrs. older, hav. d. 7 days bef. Oft. the name was writ. yet prob. not by hims. Like, or Leake. His will, made aft. d. of his w. names no ch. but gives his prop. to br. Henry, and equal. to childr: of br. H. exc. that Thomas should have £5 more. THOMAS, Boston, where he own. lds. bef: his resid. an emin. merch. came from London to New Haven, there m. Mary, d. of Stephen Goodyear, the dep.-gov. of that col. had Stephen, b. 13 Feb. 1650; Mary, 27 July 1663, d. in few wks.; Thomas, 9 Feb. 1657; Mary, again, 1 May 1659, d. soon; Edward, 28 June 1661, d. soon; Edward, again, 15 July 1662, d. soon; Ann, 12 Oct. 1663; John, 22 Feb. 1666; Nathaniel, 18 July 1668; Rebecca, 6 July 1670; and Sarah, 14 Sept. 1671. He purch. 1654, from John Richards, half of Arousick isl. in the Kennebeck, and many yrs. held a trad. house there, was freem. 1671, selectman, had large transact. with the Ind. by wh. he was k. 14 or 16 Aug. 1676, being on a visit. He had made his will dur. a sickness so long bef. as 27 Jan. 1664, from wh. we learn, that he was br. of John, that his w. had sis. Lydia, and not much more. His est. was large; and his s. Thomas enjoy. it at London, where he d. 22 May 1711, at the Middle Temple; and his d. Ann, w. of Rev. John Cotton at Hampton, m. 17 Aug. 1686, next, of Rev. Increase Mather, wh. she surv. d. at Brookline, 29 Mar. 1737.
WILLIAM, Salem 1665, a cooper; perhaps s. of Henry, m. a. Aug. 1661, Ann Stratton, had Ann, b. 1 June 1662, d. soon; Abigail, 21 Apr. 1667; Mary, 1 Feb. 1669; and William, 12 Mar. 1675; was allow. 1674, to sell beer and cider, as was his wid. Ann in 1681. Of Mrs. Margaret L. at New London 1646, and many yrs. aft. at Ipswich [see Geneal. Reg. Vl. 165], much hard labor has been expend. by Miss Caulkins to learn her derivat. and m. but in vain. She d. says Felt, 1672, leav. two ds. Hannah, w. of John Gallop; and Martha, w. of Thomas Harris.
LAKEMAN, WILLIAM, rep. of the Isle of Shoals 1692, says Farmer.
LAKIN, JOHN, Reading, br. prob. younger of William, was driv. from Groton, I suppose, dur. the Ind. war, but had, by w. Mary, Sarah, b. 4 [[vol. 3, p. 46]] Feb. 1662; William, 12 May 1664; Abigail, 13 Mar. 1667; Joseph, 14 Apr. 1670; Benjamin, 6 Nov. 1672; and Josiah, 14 Sept. 1675; and prob. went back to G. where he was ens. and had been of the first sett. d. 21 Mar. 1697. His f. was s. of William, and d. in Eng. says Butler, and his wid. m. William Martin; but his name is not giv. Three of the s. perhaps all, had fam. He had a d. Mary, elder than any of these ch. m. 18 July 1674, Henry Willard; and Sarah m. a. 1691, Benjamin Willard. THOMAS, is by Farmer, mistak. for the foll.
WILLIAM, Groton, freem. 1670, d. 10 Dec. 1672, in 90th or 91st yr. Tradit. more credib. than common makes him bring the gr.ch. William and John, perhaps at the same time with William Martin of Reading, wh. m. their mo. yet it does not tell the name of their f. nor whether the mo. m. in Eng. to Martin, nor whether the gr.f. had w. on this side of the water, nor when or whence he came. Both he and Martin were engaged in planta. 1655, of Groton. Shattuck, 95, borrows the tradit. of Butler in Hist. of G. 273, that he emigr. in his old age from Redington. But this must be mistake, as there is no such place in Eng. Prob. the parish of Ridlington is meant. That is a small parish in the hundred of Martinsley, Co. Rutland, 2 and 1/4 ms. from Uppingham; or more likely the native seat of the Lakins may have been the smaller parish of the same name in the hundred of Tunstead, Co. Norfk. 4 and 1/4 ms. from North Walsham. If he came with Martin his old age should not be thot. of; for he pass. above thirty yrs. here.
WILLIAM, Reading, br. of John, by w. Lydia, d. of the first Abraham Brown, had William, b. 6 May 1655; John, 3 Jan. 1658; and Jonathan, 28 June 1661; rem. to Groton and had Abraham, 10 Jan. 1664, d. soon; William, May 1665; Abraham, again, 11 Sept. 1667; and Elias, 8 Jan. 1669; was freem. 1672, unless (wh. is not prob.) it was he, not his gr.f. in 1670; lieut. 1673; and d. 22 Feb. 1700. Great list of descend. appears in Butler's valua. Hist. of G.
LAMB, ABEL, Cambridge, perhaps s. of Thomas of Roxbury, in the employm. of William French, was bur. 16 Oct. 1649. ABIEL, Roxbury, s. of Thomas, was one of brave capt. Johnson's comp. Dec. 1675, had bapt. there s. Harbottle, 28 Feb. 1675; Abiel, b. 23 Dec. bapt. 4 Jan. 1680; Jonathan, b. 11 Nov. 1682; and Samuel, bapt. 12 Apr. 1685; but I kn. not his w. and suspect, that be liv. over the line of the town, for the town rec. has not one of these b. He rem. to Framingham, then pt. of Sudbury, a. 1695, was constable 1700, selectman 1701, and d. bef. 1710. CALEB, Roxbury, mariner, br. of the preced. m. 30 June 1669, Mary, d. of Joseph Wise, had Thomas, b. 26 Apr. bapt. 15 May 1670; Caleb, 29, bapt. 31 Dec. 1671; Joseph, 11, bapt. 16 Nov. 1673; Mary, 13 Apr. 1678, d. soon; Jeremiah, 24, bapt. 25 May 1679; Mary, again, 7, bapt. 13 Mar. 1681; Elizabeth bapt. 4 Mar. 1683 (but the town rec. has, erron. I suppose, John, b. 5 Apr. 1683); John, [[vol. 3, p. 47]] 29, bapt. 30 Mar. 1684; and Eunice, bapt. 22 Nov. 1685, of wh. is no ment. in the town rec. that supplies Huldah, b. 31 Jan. 1688. He d. Barry thinks, a. 1697.
DANIEL, Springfield, prob. s. of John, freem. 1690, had a fam. and d. 1692. EDWARD, Watertown 1633, had w. Margaret; ch. Hannah, b. 27 Dec. 1633; Mary, 10 Sept. 1635, d. soon; Samuel, 3 Apr. 1637; Mary, again, 30 Apr. 1639; John, and Increase, tw. 13 Feb. 1640, d. both in a wk.; and rem. to Boston, there had Elizabeth bapt. 27 Aug. 1648, a. 11 days old. His wid. m. Samuel Allen. Coll. Rec. III. 216 and IV. pt. I. p. 31. JOHN, Springfield 1653, prob. s. of Thomas, came 1630, with his f. had John, b. 1654, d. soon; John, and Thomas, tw. 1655, of wh. John d. at 21 yrs.; Joanna, 1657; Sarah, 1660; Samuel, 1663; Daniel, 1666; Mary, 1669, d. young; Abigail, 1670; and Joshua, 1674. He for sec. or third w. in 1688 m. Lydia, wid. of John Norton, wh. bef. was wid. of Lawrence Bliss, and d. of deac. Samuel Wright, and d. 28 Sept. 1690. His ds. Joanna, wh. m. Samuel Stebbins, and Sarah d. aft. m. but bef. him; Thomas, and Joshua, prob. rem. to Stonington; at least they at S. have no ch. on rec.; Samuel and Daniel liv. at S. JOHN, New London 1664-9, was offer. in the latter yr. to be made freem. in Nov. 1677 lost a s. by being struck by a mill-wheel, as told in Bradstreet's Journ. He perhaps was in 1712 in that pt. made Groton.
JOSHUA, Roxbury, B. of Thomas, m. Mary, d. of John Alcock, had Joshua, bapt. 7 Mar. 1675; Dorothy, 8 June 1679; George, 27 Mar. 1681; John, 22 Apr. 1683, d. soon; Elizabeth b. 2 Mar. 1684, d. soon; John, again, 3, bapt. 8 Feb. 1685, d. at four mos.; and Samuel, 9, bapt. 11 Apr. 1686. He was a merch. purch. of Sir William Berkeley, lands at Roanoke in Virg. wh. he sold 1677, and d. 23 Sept. 1690. His wid. d. 9 Oct. 1700. Dorothy, m. Rev. Dudley Woodbridge, first min. of Simsbury, and, also, his successor, Rev. Timothy Woodbridge. SAMUEL, Springfield, freem. 1690.
THOMAS, Roxbury, came, 1630, in the fleet with Winthrop brot. w. Elizabeth and two ch. Thomas, and John, req. adm. 19 Oct. had Samuel, b. in Oct. bapt. that yr. at Dorchester, bef. the ch. at R. was gather. and was freem. 18 May foll. had Abel, fourth s. b. Oct. 1633; Decline, the first d. b. Apr. 1637, wh. m. 7 Dec. 1666, Stephen Smith; and Benjamin, the sixth ch. Oct. 1639, d. soon, as did his mo. both bur. on 28 Nov. Barry calls this last ch. of Elizabeth Caleb; but the ch. rec. is copious, and explicit to the contra. The town rec. said Benjamin, b. 27 Nov. but a modern hand eras. that, and wrongful. ins. Caleb. Such violat. of the vestal purity of rec. is less rare than might be expect. He m. 16 July 1640, Dorothy Harbottle, "a godly sis. of the ch." had Caleb, b. 9 Apr. 1641; Joshua, 27, bapt. 28 Nov. 1642; Mary, bapt. 29 Sept. 1644; and Abiel, 2 Aug. 1646. The f. d. 28 Mar. preced. and apostle Eliot notes [[vol. 3, p. 48]] (on the bapt.) his "not long afore leav. his childr. to the Lord to be their f." and his wid. m. 2 Feb. 1652, Thomas Hawley. See Winthrop II. 339, 40. Mary m. Thomas Swan. WILLIAM, Boston 1668, d. 1685.
LAMBERT, DANIEL, Salem, eldest s. of John, m. 5 June 1682, Mary Gray, d. perhaps, of the first Robert, had Mary, b. 20 Feb. 1683; Elizabeth 9 Apr. 1684; Daniel, 7 Dec. 1686; Samuel, 5 Feb. 1688, d. soon; Samuel, again, 7 Apr. 1689; Preserved, 21 Apr. 1691, d. at 5 mos. and Joseph, 12 Apr. 1692. EBENEZER, Salem, youngest s. of John, by w. Mary had Margaret, b. 26 July 1696; Mary, 26 Mar. 1703; and Eunice 3 Apr. 1706. EZRA, Salem, fisherman, tak. by the French 1689. FRANCIS, Rowley, freem. 13 May 1640, by w. Jane had John; Ann; brot. from Eng. prob. with other ch. and here had Jonathan, b. 1639; Gershom, 1643; and Thomas, 1645; and d. 1648. His will of 26 Sept. 1647 names all but Thomas.
GERSHOM, Rowley, s. of Francis, prob. d. unm. his will, early in 1664, nam. no w. nor ch. but only brs. John, Thomas, Thomas Wilson, aunt Rogers, sis. Ann Wilson, and some other relat. beside br. Thomas Nelson, made excor. GERSHOM, Stonington, possib. s. of Francis, m. Deborah, d. of John Frink, had John, b. 10 May 1687; perhaps rem. to New London, there had Gershom, bapt. 14 Aug. 1692. JESSE, Milford 1680, m. 10 May 1688, Deborah, d. of William Fowler the sec. had Rachel, whose date of b. is not seen, tho. she must have been young, if m. (as the Hist. of Ancient Woodbury tells) 30 Dec. 1703; Martha, wh. d. at 20 yrs. unm.; Richard, d. young; Sarah; Jesse, b. 20 Apr. 1698; Deborah, d. unm.; Elizabeth and David, 1700. He had sec. w. Joanna, and d. 1718. Much idle tradit. and wild geneal. accomp. the introd. of this name in Cothren, 607. JOHN, Lynn, a fisherman, a. 1644, Salem 1663, by w. Preserved had Daniel, b. 3 Oct. 1658; Sarah, 7 Feb. 1660; Ezekiel, 3 Mar. 1661; Samuel, wh. d. 7 July 1662, prob. very young; Samuel, again, 16 Mar. 1664; Mary, 26 Apr. 1667; Jonathan, 27 Dec. 1669; Hannah, Dec. 1671, d. in few days; and Ebenezer, 2 Apr. 1674; at Lynn again till d. 28 Oct. 1676. JOHN, Saybrook, m. 15 Jan. 1668, Mary Lews. JOHN, Hingham, rem. says Deane, to Scituate, there had John, b. 1693.
MICHAEL, Lynn 1647, had w. Elizabeth wh. d. Oct. 1657, and he m. 1659, Elinor, wid. of Strong Furnell, had Michael, and Mary, b. 23 Jan. 1662; and, perhaps, by third w. Moses, 27 Apr. 1673; and d. 18 Aug. 1676. He left four ch. Michael, Abigail, Moses, and Rebecca, for Mary, wh. had d. young. MICHAEL, Stonington, perhaps s. of the preced. m. 19 Apr. 1688, Elizabeth Starke. RICHARD, Salem 1637, had then gr. of ld. and, perhaps, d. Esther, wh. m. 8 Oct. 1659, Jeremiah Bootman. RICHARD, Salem, perhaps s. of the preced. not possib. the same, was k. by the Ind. 18 Sept. 1675, at Bloody brook, with the flower of Essex, under capt. Lothrop. ROBERT, Boston, came from Dartmouth, in Devon, it is said, was among, the found. of the first ch. of Bapt. in Boston 1665. SAMUEL, Salem, s. of John, had Margaret, b. 14 Jan. 1691; Preserved, 30 Apr. 1692; and Samuel, 2 Jan. 1694; perhaps more. THOMAS, Dorchester 1637, may be he of Boston, wh. by w. Mary had Thomas, b. 6 Nov. 1659. THOMAS, Rowley, s. of Francis, m. Edna Northend, had Thomas, b. 1678; Nathan, 1681; and two ds. WILLIAM, came in the Susan and Ellen, from London, 1635, aged 26; but where he sat down is unkn.
LAMBERTON, GEORGE, New Haven 1641, prob. merch. from London, was one of the chief inhabs. employ. 1643 in project. a sett. at Delaware, but resist. by the Swedes, wh. vindica. their right; by w. Margaret had Mercy, bapt. 17 Jan. 1641; Desire, 13 Mar. 1642; and Obedience, 9 Feb. 1645; beside Hope, George, and Hannah; went in Jan. 1646 for Eng. in the sh. of 80 [[vol. 3, p. 49]] tons, "cut out of the ice 3 miles," with Mr. Gregson, the w. of dep.-gov. Goodyear, and others, wh. was never heard of. Johnson, in his W. W. P. and Winthrop II. 266, well relate the matter; but Mather, Magn. I. 25, has prov. the gr. superiority result. from tradit. of a story told 50 yrs. aft. to the contempo. narrat. By tak. the "dimensions" of the sh. in the air, Mather's worthy corresp. could make her a. 150 tons. His readers admit, that benefits of similar measure the ecclesiast. hist. gain. in his everyday life. He left wid. wh. m. dep. gov. Stephen Goodyear, and, perhaps, ds. Elizabeth wh. m. 1654, Daniel Sillevant; Desire, m. 1659, Thomas Cooper, jr. of Springfield; Hannah m. Samuel Wells; and, next, Col. John Allyn; and Obedience, wh. m. 1676, Samuel Smith. Yet it is not sure, that these were his ds. and possib. ano. fam. may have come, for at Jamaica, L. I. was a THOMAS, 1686.
LAMBSHEAD, THOMAS, Marblehead 1666. Felt. Sis. L. was of the sec. ch. in Boston 1673.
LAMPHEAR. See Landfear.
LAMPREY, LAMPHREY, LAMPER, or LAMPRELL, HENRY, Boston 1652, a cooper, by w. Julian had Mary, b. 8 Mar. 1653; and Mary, again, 19 Mar. 1657; but elder ch. he had, perhaps bef. com. Henry, Daniel, and Elizabeth He prob. rem. to Hampton, or Exeter, perhaps both in differ. times, was of gr. jury 1684, when was, also, a David L. there. In 1678 he, and Benjamin, and Daniel took the o. of alleg. HENRY, the s. not the f. I suppose, m. 24 July 1686, Elizabeth Mitchell.
LAMSON, BARNABAS, Cambridge 1635, had brot. Joseph, prob. other ch. perhaps all those nam. in his will, Geneal. Reg. II. 104, wh. distrib. them to near friends in the ch.: Mary, Sarah, Barnaby, Martha, and Joseph. He d. bef. 1642. Mary m. Philip Cook; Joseph was of C. 1658. BARNABAS, Salisbury 1652, is thot. to be the s. of the preced. JOHN, Ipswich, freem. 27 May 1674; if I may venture to assume, that the name print. in Col. Rec. V. 536, as likewise Mr. Paige's list, Lumpson, is wrong.
JONATHAN, New Haven; s. of Thomas, was a propr. 1685. JOSEPH, Malden, s. perhaps, more prob. gr.s. of the first Barnabas, serv. in Philip's war, Mar. 1676, then aged 18, under capt. Turner, on Conn. riv. was freem. 1690; by w. Elizabeth Mitchell, m. 12 Dec. 1679, wh. d. 10 June 1703, had Elizabeth b. 24 Oct. 1680; Joseph, 28 July 1684; John, 15 Apr. 1687; Elizabeth again, 29 Aug. 1689; William, 25 Oct. 1694; Caleb, 12 June 1697; and Hannah, 9 Oct. 1699. He had sec. w. Hannah, wid. of Thomas Welsh; and a third, Dorothy Mousal, outliv. him. His will, of 16 July 1722, was produc. 19 Sept. foll. SAMUEL, Reading, among early sett. was freem. 1677, d. 1692; where Samuel jr. might be his s.
THOMAS, New Haven, d. 1664, in his will names only two ch. Jonathan, wh. was bapt. 2 Mar. 1645, d. 1686, unm. and Zubah, [[vol. 3, p. 50]] wh. m. 5 May 1670, Joshua Wills of Windsor. But he took sec. w. 6 Nov. 1663, Elizabeth wid. of Henry Line, and d. in few wks. his posthum. s. Eleazer was b. 14 Aug. and his wid. m. John Morris, and liv. not long aft. WILLIAM, Ipswich, freem. 17 May 1637, d. 1 Feb. 1659, leav. w. Sarah, and eight ch. whose names are not seen. His wid. m. 10 Apr. 1661, Thomas Hartshorn of Reading. Of this name, that oft. in early rec. had its mid. letter b, or p, two had, in 1834, been gr. at Harv. and four at other N. E. coll.
LANCASTER, or LANKASTER, HENRY, Dover 1634, testif. in 1682, that he kn. Walford of Portsmouth 50 yrs. bef. It may be the same as Langstaff. JOSEPH, Salisbury, by w. Mary had Joseph, b. 25 Feb. 1666; Mary, 8 Sept. 1667; and Thomas, 15 Mar. 1669; rem. to Amesbury, freem. 1690. WALTER, Fairfield 1654, had lds. perhaps never occup. but rem. soon. WILLIAM, Providence, did not rem. in 1676.
LANCLON, easi. mistak. for Langdon, wh. may be refer. to.
LAND, EDWARD, Duxbury 1666.
LANDDIER, CHARLES, Dover 1672. It seems an unus. name, but may not be impossib.
LANDER, JOHN, Portsmouth or Kittery 1639, a fisherman, d. bef. 1646. Belkn. I. 28. THOMAS, Lynn, came in the Abigail, from London, 1635, aged 22; rem. 1637 to Sandwich; there had John, b. 2 Jan. 1651. WILLIAM, Marshfield 1643, d. 1648. It seems to be oft. spell. with a u in the first syl.
LANDFEAR, or LAMPHEAR, GEORGE, Westerly, R. I. 1669, had Richard, Shadrach, John, Theodosius, Seth, and ds. of wh. one was w. of Eber Crandall; Mary, w. of Peter Button; Sarah, wh. m. 21 Mar. 1708, James Covey; and Elizabeth wh. m. 12 Jan. 1710, James Pendleton; and he d. 6 Oct. 1731, RICHARD, Westerly 1679, perhaps s. of the preced. by w. Mary had Amie, b. 22 June 1715; Lucy, 9 July 1718; Esther, 21 Feb. 1721; Zerviah, 12 Oct. 1724; and Jerusha, 25 Jan. 1727. SETH, Westerly, br. of the preced. by w. Sarah had Elizabeth b. 10 Aug. 1715; and Elisha.
SHADRACH, Westerly, br. of the preced. m. 15 June 1696, Experience Reed, had Oliver, Ann, Experience, Prudence, Mary, Solomon, John, and Hezekiah. THEODOSIUS, Westerly, br. of the preced. m. 22 Jan. 1708, Rachel Covey, had Theodosius, b. 31 Jan. 1709; James, 22 Nov. 1710; Joshua, 23 Nov. 1712; Abigail, 27 Mar. 1715; Susanna, 14 Dec. 1716; Nathaniel, 22 Mar. 1718; Mary, 14 Dec 1721, Samuel, 23 Dec. 1723; Stephen, 5 Feb. 1726; Jabez, 25 Mar. 1731; and Joseph, 20 Sept. 1736.