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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REDMAN, JOHN, Hampton, a blacksmith, one of the early sett. in 1685 was call. 70 yrs. old. JOHN, Hampton 1678, prob. s. of the preced. m. Martha, d. of John Cass, may have had John. RICHARD, Boston 1639, a mariner, was charged for murder, 1645, in Delaware Bay, long imprison. but acquit. for defect. of evid. See Winthr. II. 237. Yet the Court rec. seems to permit us to suppose, that his discharge was for conven. of the prison keeper. ROBERT, Dorchester, was of Milton when he made his will, 30 Dec. 1678, pro. 31 Jan. foll. wh. ment. w. Luce; eldest s. John; youngest s. Charles; ds. Mercy; Ruth wh. m. Everenden, that is an unkn. man; and s.-in-law William Delene, also unkn. so by conject. may seem h. of Ruth.
REDWAY, REDWEY, READAWAY, or REDDAWAY, JAMES, Rehoboth 1646, prob. had John, perhaps more, as Sarah, wh. m. 25 May 1660, Samuel Carpenter; and was bur. 28 Oct. 1676. JOHN, Rehoboth, prob. s. of the preced. had James, b. 10 Jan. 1679; and John, 10 Sept 1682.
REEVE, or REEVES, HENRY, came in the Speedwell 1656, from London, aged only 8 yrs. but whose care he was deliv. we kn. not. JOHN, Salem, came in the Christian to Boston 1635, aged 19, from London, prob. as apprent. of Francis Stiles, wh. next yr. carr. him to Windsor; but in 1643, he had gr. of ld. at S. by w. Jane, a mem. of the, ch. 1640, [[vol. 3, p. 523]] had William; prob. Mary; and perhaps Elizabeth unless she belong to sec. w.; Freeborn, b. 10 Mar. or July 1658; and Benjamin, 30 Dec. 1661; but he had sec. w. Elizabeth wh. was mo. of these last two, wh. d. young. A score of yrs. later, wid. Reeves was excommun. by the ch. His will, of 1 Oct. 1677, provid. for d. Elizabeth w. of Richard Richards and her d. Elizabeth his own s. William, and d. Elizabeth his s.-in-law Ephraim Kempton, h. of his d. Mary, and her s. John and Ephraim. But material differ. in a later will, 10 May 1681, so enlarg. the devise to K. and his w. and lessen that to William, as to make dispute in Ct. upon its valid. Other ch. of Richards are ment. as John, Mary, and Joanna, that may be the same as Joshua. ROBERT, Hartford, by w. Elizabeth d. of John Nott of Wethersfield, had Sarah, b. 23 Dec. 1663; Mary, 31 July 1665; Elizabeth Dec. 1668; Hannah, Oct. 1670; Nathaniel, Oct. 1672; Robert and Ann, tw. Apr. 1675; Abraham, Sept. 1677; and Mehitable, Mar. 1680, made his will 23 Dec. 1680, and d. in Feb. fol. one of his s. went to L.I. The venerable Dr. tils in "History of three of the Judges the regicides gave this name Peirce, p. 352.
THOMAS, Roxbury, came in the Bevis 1638, from Southampton, serv. of Henry Byley of Salisbury, at R. as serv. of John Gore until 1644, m. at R. 15 Apr. 1645, Hannah Rowe, was made freem. that yr. had Thomas, bapt. 5 July 1646; rem. that yr. to Springfield, there had Hannah, 11 Feb. 1649; and John, 12 Mar. 1651, posthum. d. next yr. was the town drummer and d. 5 Nov. 1650. His wid. m. 4 June 1651, Richard Exel; Mary, perhaps his d. m. 17 Feb. 1670, William Webster, and was terribly troubled as a witch.
THOMAS, Southampton, L. I. 1673, was b. that goodman R. of the adjoining town of Southold, made freem. of Conn. 1662; had a. d. wh. m. Peter Dickinson; perhaps other childr. and it may be that Tapping R. the learned jurisprud. of Conn. wh. was b. at Southold, driv. blood from him. WILLIAM, Salem 1668, prob. br. of John, came in the Elizabeth and Ann from London 1635, aged 22. WILLIAM, Medford, s. of John, m. 14 Mar. 1670, Elizabeth Collins, had John, b. 12 July 1673, by rec. of Salem, Cochran, and Elizabeth
REGION, THOMAS, a soldier in Moseley's comp. Dec. 1675
REITH, RICHARD, Lynn, m. 16 Feb. 1665, Elizabeth George, as Mr. Felt copies the rec. The name is strange; but he is found at Marblehead 1674.
RELPH, RALPH, or RELF, THOMAS, Warwick, m. 1655 or 6, Mary, wid. of John Cooke of the same. But he had liv. some yrs. bef. at Guilford, there by w. Elizabeth Desborough or Disbrow, had Samuel, and his w. obt. divorce from him for his fault, and m. 1 Oct. 1651, John Johnson. He had prob. liv. some time at W. bef. getting the new w. and by her had Alice, b. 3 Jan. 1657, d. young; Thomas, 12 July 1658; Sarah, 4 Dec. 1661; and Deliverance, 20 Aug. 1666; beside Benjamin, of wh. the last four with Samuel, are ment. in his will, pro. 1682. It also names gr.ch. William Fenner, and cousin Samuel Stafford.
REMICK, CHRISTIAN, Kittery freem. 2. In Maine and New Hampsh. this name is diffus. and on Cape Cod prob. as descend. are seen in ea. direction.
REMIGTON, or RIMMINGTON, JOHN, Newbury, 1637, freem. 22 May 1639, rem. to incorp. with Bradstreet, Denison and others as milit. comp. [[vol. 3, p. 524]] 1645, and was lieut. had Joseph, b. 1650; and Thomas. His w. Elizabeth d. Dec 1657, and he rem. to Roxbury, there m. Rhoda, wid. of John Gore, and d. or was bur. 8 June 1667. JOHN, Haverhill and Andover, had w Abigail, and s. Daniel, b. 18 Oct. 1661; and Hannah, 3 July 1664. JONATHAN, Cambridge, b. in Rowley 1639, perhaps s. of John the first, m. 13 July, 1664; Martha, d. of Andrew Belcher, had Martha, b. 18 Feb. 1667; Jonathan, 18 Mar. 1669; both d. in Apr. 1669; Martha again, 28 Oct. 1674; Jonathan, 27 July 1677, H. C. 1696; Samuel, 11 July 1679, d. next yr.; Ann, 30 Jan. 1681; John, wh. d. 6 Apr. 1689; and Sarah, 10 May 1688. He was selectman, town clk. and treasur. d. 21 Apr. 1700, and his wid. Martha d. 16 July 1711. His s. Jonathan, one of the judges of the Sup. Ct. d. 1745, had Jonathan, H. C. 1736, wh. d. after two yrs. THOMAS, Windsor, had Thomas, John, and Sarah, perhaps bef. he went there perhaps from Rowley, where he perhaps had w. Mehitable, and was freem. 1672; had Joseph, b. at 1 Sept. 1675; rem. to Suffield, there had Benjamin 1677; took o. of alleg. 1679, with s. Thomas and John, they being then 16 yrs. old and upwards. Thomas d. 1683, prob. unm. John m. in 1687; and Sarah m. 1689, Peter Rose; but when the f. d. is unkn. THOMAS, Hingham, m. Mar. 1688, Remember Stowell. Five of the name had in 1798, been gr. at Harv. and one at Yale.
RENDALL, JAMES, perhaps of Portsmouth 1686, m. I suppose, Martha wid. of John Lewis, d. of William Brooking. See Randall.
REVELL, JOHN, Salem, a merch. of London, greatly engag. in the promot. of settlem. of Mass. Bay, by the Gov. and Comp. chos. an Assist. 20 Oct. 1629, came in the Jewell, one of Winthrop's fleet, June 1630, but went home next mo. in the Lion. THOMAS, New London 1658, a merch. from London at Barbadoes 1660, but liv. there 1662-66. Miss Caulkins thinks he was proscribed at the restorat. having stood for the Commonwealth, that he is the hermit of Braintree at a later date, called "Tom Revel," a regicide, or holy hermit gone crazy, he and his hog enjoying their common stye, of wh. absurd tradit. in Whitney's Hist. of Quincy is given, that when he d. the Gov. of the Province and other disting. men came out from Boston, and were his pall-bearers." That the hog, being nearest relat. was chief mournere, is unaccountab. omit. Usual. there is some slight foundation of truth, to afford appear. of support to the wildest story; but here even that is wanting. We read the ridic. tale in a note on p. 36. Every one knows, that there was no regicide of this name; that no Gov. of the Prov. after 1691, could have been such a fool, nor would any Gov. of the Col. after 1660, have shown such public honor to a regicide; nor lastly is any such name, as Rev. W. P. Lunt, after scrutiny of Braintree rec. assures me, to be found among d. at B. [[vol. 3, p. 525]]
REW, EDWARD, Newport 1638, was of Taunton 1643, where he m. Sarah, d. of John Richmond; and Baylies says II. 282, he d. 16 July 1678, leav. no ch. and his wid. m. 4 Nov. foll. James Walker.
REX, WILLIAM, unless the name be mispell. was a propr. of Watertown 1642, liv. at Boson aft. there by w. Grace had Elisha, b. Aug. 1645; Mary, 4 Mar. 1647; and Ezekiel, 30 Nov. 1656.
REYNER. See Rayner.
REYNOLDS, RENOLD, or RENOLDS, FRANCIS, Kingstown, in the Narraganset country, 1686, was perhaps s. of James the first. HENRY, Salem, had gr. of ld. 1642, was of Lynn 1647, and perhaps again of S. HENRY, Kingstown, wh. m. Sarah, d. of James Greene, was br. of Francis. See 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. 183. JAMES, Plymouth, if we may suppose his name to be carelessly spell. Renell in 1643, perhaps rem. to R. I. jurisdict. and bef. 1674, was with fam. of sev. s. esta. at Wickford, in the Narraganset ld. and in the conflict betw. Conn. and R. I. for jurisdict. was imprison. by one party. See Trumbull, CoI. Rec. II. 540. JAMES, jr. and JOSEPH, inhab. there 1687, as well as bef. ment. Francis and Henry, may have all been his s. of wh. James m. 19 Feb. 1685, Mary d. of James Greene; Henry m. Sarah, ano. d. of the same; and Elizabeth ano. d. m. also a Reynolds. JOHN, Watertown 1634, freem. 6 May 1635; Sarah, perhaps his w. came with many people of W. in the Elizabeth from Ipswich, Co. Suff. 1634, aged 20, rem. in two yrs. to Wethersfield, rem. again bef. 1644, to Stamford, and may have been f. of Jonathan and John, freem. in 1669, of Greenwich, where the fam. long contin.
JOHN, an early sett. at Isle of Shoals, complain. against in 1647 (when he was constable), for having a w. there, as he might have been on the mainland, for not hav. one. See 1 Mass. Hist. Coll. VlI. 250. JOHN, Saybrook, rem. to Norwich, with first sett. a. 1659, made freem. 1663, selectman 1669; had eleven c. of wh. Caulkins in her Hist. ment. John, b. at S. Aug. 1655; Sarah, Nov. 1656; Susanna, Oct. 1658; Joseph, Mar. 1660; Mary, 1664; Elizabeth 1666; Stephen, Jan. 1669; and Lydia, Feb. 1671. The s. John was k. by the Ind. 28 Jan. 1676. See Trumbull, Col. Rec. II. He perhaps was of Stonington 1670, but d. at N. 1702, leav. only s. Joseph, ds. Sarah, w. of the sec. John Post, Mary Lothrop; Elizabeth Lyman; and Lydia Miller. JOHN, Weymouth, carpenter, by w. Ann had Mary, b. 15 Mar. 1660, prob. rem. soon, for in 1664, he sold W. est. JOHN, Wethersfield, perhaps s. of John the first, had Kezia, b. 1667; Ann, 1669; Rebina, 1671; John, 1674; Jonathan, 1677; and d. 1682.
JOHN, Providence 1676. JONATHAN, Stamford, rep. 1667, perhaps br. of first John, d. 1673, leav. ch. Rebecca, aged 17; Jonathan, 13; John, 11; Sarah, 8; Elizabeth 6; and Joseph, 4 1/4. NATHANIEL, Boston, s. of Robert the first, perhaps b. in Eng. [[vol. 3, p. 526]] shoemaker, m. 30 Dec. 1657, or as ano. rec. has it, 7 Jan. 1658, Sarah, d. of John Dwight of Dedham, had Sarah, b. 26 July 1659; Mary, 20 Nov. 1668; Nathaniel, 3 Mar. 1662; and by w. Priscilla, had John, 4 Aug 1668; Peter, 26 Jan. 1670; Philip, 15, bapt. 20 Sept. 1674, and Joseph, b. 29 Dec. 1676. He was of ar. co. 1658, freem. 1665, and I think that capt. in Philip's war on serv. at Chelmsford, 25 Feb. 1676. He is in Boston tax list of 1695; but perhaps had some yrs. liv. at Bristol. His s. John was, I presume, that mem. of the sec. ch. at Newport, that Presid. Stils, in MS. Itiner. notes the d. of Bristol, 30 Jan. 1757, in his 90th yr.
RICHARD, a passeng. in the Mary and John 1634, of wh. I kn. no more. ROBERT, Watertown 1635, shoemaker, freem. 3 Sept. 1634, was dism. by the ch. 29 Mar. 1636, to form a ch. at Wethersfield, but prob. after few yrs. rem. to Boston, had w. Mary, but no ch. is found; in town or ch. rec. so that we infer that all the five ch. named in his will of 20 Apr. 1658, good abstr. of wh. is in Geneal. Reg. IX. 137, viz. Ruth Whitney, w. of John, Tabitha wid. of Matthew Abdy, Sarah Mason, and Mary Sanger, w. of Richard, beside Nathaniel, above, must have been brot. from Eng. He is ment. with remarka. kindness in the will of Capt. Robert Keayne, and d. 27 Apr. 1659. ROBERT, Boston, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. Jan. 1669; and Ann, 11 Aug. 1670. I think he was a fisherman, may have been s. of the preced. and liv. at Pulling Point. As New London, perhaps on the tax list of 1666, m. 1 Oct. 1683 Sarah, d. of Joseph Clark the first of Newport, and in 1680 had a lot at Westerly.
WILLIAM, Duxbury 1636, m. 30 Aug. 1638, Alice Kitson, may be the same wh. was in 1634 one of Howland's men, when the dispute in Kennebeck riv. caus. d. of two men and of Cape Porpoise 1653, then adm. freem. of Mass. to wh. gr. of 200 acres at Kennebunk 4 or 5 yrs. bef. had been made. WILLIAM, Providence, as early as May 1637. WILLIAM, Salem, in Felt's list of ch. mem. it appears that she was adm. 1640. Ten of this name had been gr. at Yale 1852, and three at Harv.
RHODES, ROADS, or RHOADS, HENRY, Lynn. b. 1608, had Eleazer, 6 Feb. 1641; Samuel, Feb. 1643; Joseph, Jan. 1645; Joshua, Apr. 1648; Josiah, Apr. 1651; Jonathan, Aug. 1654, d. bef. 23 yrs.; and Elizabeth Mar. 1658. JEREMIAH, Providence, sw. alleg. in May 1671. JOHN, and JOHN jr. were at Salem 1678. JOHN, Providence, s. of Zachary, d. 1712, his will of that date, nam. w. Waite, and ch. Zachariah, John, Joseph, William, Resolved, Phebe, and Waite, of wh. all the first were minors, but of them William and John were by former w. Mercy, youngest d. of Roger Williams, wh. had been w. of Samuel Winsor, and bef. that of Resolved Waterman. JOHN, Boston 1659, shoemaker, may not have been of Providence 1676.
JOHN, Lynn, freem. [[vol. 3, p. 527]] 1684, perhaps was of Marblehead 1673. JOSEPH, Lynn, prob. s. of Henry, freem. 1677 or 1684, and again took the o. 1690, as perhaps did others a sec. time, after the overthrow of Andros, m. 25 May 1674, Jane Coates, had Samuel, b. 6 Mar. 1675, d. at 4 mos..; Elizabeth 22 Aug. 1676; Joseph, 1 Apr. 1678, d. at 3 mos.; Jane, 14 July 1679; John, 20 Jan. 1682; and Susanna, 18 Nov. 1684. JOSHUA, Lynn, br. of the preced. m. 12 June 1678, Ann Graves, perhaps d. of the first Samuel of the same, had Hannah, b. 28 Mar. 1679; Joseph, 19 Jan. 1681; Henry, Dec. 1682; and Thomas, 14 Feb. 1685; was freem. 1690.
JOSIAH, Lynn, br. of the preced. m. 23 July 1673, Elizabeth Coates, had Henry b. 1 June 1674; Elizabeth 13 Aug. 1676; Mary, 21 Oct. 1677, d. soon; John, 27 May 1679, d. at 5 yrs.; Josiah, 29 Jan. 1681; and Eleazer 8 July 1683; was freem. 1690. MALACHI, Providence, s. of Zachary, m. Mary, d. of Richard Carder, and d. 1682; his will of 17 Oct. in that yr. pro. 10 Dec. foll. names w. Mary, eldest s. Malachi, a minor, ds. Sarah and Mary, br. John, and brs.-in-law, John Low and Daniel Williams. RICHARD, Salem 1669. SAMUEL, Lynn. br. of Joshua. m. 16 Jan. 1684, Abigail Coates, had Jonathan, b. 28 Nov. 1685; and Samuel, 2 Aug. with a wrong yr. in the rec. that may have been inten. for 1687; was freem. 1691. THEOPHILUS, Boston, freem. 1683. WALTER, Providence, "gave engagem. of alleg. to his Maj. Charles II. bef. William Carpenter, Assist. in the face of the town," 1 June 1668.
WILLIAM, Block Isl. 1678. ZACHARY, Providence, m. Joanna, d. of William Arnold, had John, b. a. 1658; Zechariah; and Malachi; beside a d. Rebecca, wh. m. Nicholas Power the sec. and he d. 1668. His wid. m. Samuel Reape, of Newport, bef. the end of Jan. 1669; and the s. Zechariah, d. without issue. He had also some others. This name is oft. found without an h, but rarely in mod. days.
RICE, BENJAMIN, Marlborough, youngest of eight s. of the first Edmud of the same, m. a. 1662 Mary, eldest ch. of deac. William Brown of Sudbury, had only Ebenezer, b. 1 May 1671; and his w. d. 3 Jan. 1691. BENJAMIN, Marlborough, youngest of five s. of Edward, m. 1 Apr. 1691, Mary Graves, had Azariah; Lydia, b. 1695 Elizabeth 1697; Simon 1699; Zerubabel 1702; Rachael 1703; Matthias 1706; Priscilla 1708; and Damaris 1711; and he d. 23 Feb. 1748. CALEB, Marlborough, s. of Joseph, m. 1696, Mary Ward, had Martha, Mary, Josiah, Jabez, Nathan, Rebecca, Sarah, Caleb, Hepzibah, and Kezia; was deac. d. 5 Jan. 1739, and his wid. d. 1742. DANIEL, Marlborough, s. of Edward the first, m. 10 Feb. 1681, Bethia, youngest d. of the first William Ward, had Bethia, b. 1682; Daniel 1684; Luke 1689; Priscilla 1692; Eleazer 1695; Deborah 1697; and Hopestill 1702; his w. d. 8 Dec. 1721, aged 63, and he d. 14 July 1737.
DAVID, Framingham, [[vol. 3, p. 528]] s. of Henry, m. 7 Apr 1687, Hannah, d. of Thomas Walker, had Elizabeth b. 8 Sept. 1689; Hannah, 5 Jan. 1692; Bezaleel; Josiah, 19 Aug. 1701. He was deac. his w. d. 18 Dec. 1704; and he d. 16 Oct. 1723.
REDMUND, Sudbury, was from Barkhamstead in Co. Herts, and of the first sett. 1639, appoint. to lay out the planta. freem. 13 May 1640, and among proprs. that yr. is a wid. Rice, perhaps his mo. was rep. in Oct. foll. and 1643, deac. and selectman, b. a. 1594, brot. from Eng. w. Thomasine, and ch. by her, Edward, b. 1618; Henry; Edmund; Thomas; Matthew; Samuel; and Joseph, had here Benjamin, b. 31 May 1640. His w. d. 18 June 1654; and he m. 1 Mar, 1655, Mercy, wid. of Thomas Brigham, wh. surv. him, and had Ruth b. 29 Sept. 1659; and Ann, 19 Nov. 1661; was among early sett. of Marlborough, and he d. 3 May 1663, all the ten ch. having div. of his est. His wid. m. William Hunt. EDMUND, Marlborough, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. m. 13 Oct. 1680, Joyce Russell, d. of William of Cambridge, had Joyce b. 1681; Edmund, 9 July 1688; and Lydia, 24 May 1690; Joyce m. 1705, Samuel Abbot.
EDMUND, Sudbury, sec. s. of Edward the first, was a deac. and d. 25 Sept. 1719, but of m .or issue I hear not. EDWARD, Westborough, s. of Samuel, m. 15 Nov. 1692, Ruth Parker of Roxbury, says Barry, and had at Marlborough, Dinah, b. 1693; Silas 1695; Timothy 1697; Nahor 1699, k. by the Ind. at 5 yrs.; Huldah 1701; Moses 1704, d. soon; Seth 1705; Thankful 1707; Eleazer 1709; Ruth 1712; Ebenezer 1714; and Ann 1716; d. 1726, leav. wid. Hannah. EDWARD, Sudbury, s. of the first Edmund, prob. eldest, b. at Barkhamstead, Eng. by first w. Agnes Bent, says Barry, he had no ch. but John Bent, in his will of 14 Sept 1672, speaks of his d. Agnes Rice, so that I doubt she was not first, but sec. w. unless Agnes and Ann mean one woman. Childr. by w. Ann, acc. Barry, were John; Lydia, b. 30 July 1648, d. soon; Lydia, again, 10 Dec. 1649; Edmund, 9 Dec. 1653; Daniel, 8 Nov. 1655; Caleb, 8 Feb. 1658, d. soon; Ann, 9 Nov. 1661; Dorcas, 29 Jan. 1664; Benjamin, 22 Dec. 1666; and Abigail, 9 May 1671; rem. to Marlborough, was a deac. and d. 15 Aug. 1712 at gr. age, and his wid. Ann d. next yr. EDWARD, Marlborough, s. of Samuel, m. 25 May 1702, Lydia Fairbanks, had Gideon, and nine ds. ELISHA, Sudbury, s. of the first Thomas, it is said, liv. to near 60 yrs. EPHRAIM, Sudbury, s. of the first Thomas, m. 21 Feb. 1689, Hannah Livermore, perhaps d. of John of Watertown, had Hannah, d. young, Ephraim; Mary; Josiah; Grace d.young; Thomas; Gershom; John, Isaac; and Hannah, again; and he d. 1732. Of course he was 65, or at most, 69 yrs. old, but then age is kind. stretched to 71, in Geneal. Reg. XIlI. 140.
GERSHOM, Worcester, br. of the preced. d. 29 Dec. 1768, at the gr. age of 101, as may be read in Geneal. Reg. XIII. 140. He had seven ch. [[vol. 3, p. 529]] all then liv. HENRY, Sudbury, s. of Edmund the first, b. in Eng. m. 1 Feb. 6, Elizabeth Moore, had Mary, b. 19 Sept. 1646; Elizabeth 4 Aug. 1648; Jonathan, 3 July 1654; b. 17 June 1657; David, 27 Dec. 1659; Thomasine, 2 Feb. 1662; Rachel, 10 May 1664; Lydia, 4 June 1668; Mercy, 1 Jan. 1671; beside Hannah; was freem. 10 May 1648, an early propr. of Marlborough, rem. to Framingham, there his w. d. 3 Aug. 1705; and he d. 10 Feb. 1711. Elizabeth m. John Brewer; Abigail m. Thomas Smith; Thomasine m. 1680, Benjamin Parmenter; Rachel m 15 Dec. 1687, Thomas Drury; Lydia m. Samuel Wheelock; Mercy m. Elnathan Allen; and Hannah m. 5 Aug. 1675, Eleazer Ward, and next, 17 Oct. 1677, Richard Taylor. ISAAC, Framingham, s. of Matthew, by w. Sybilla, had Sybilla, b. 1691; Martha; Mary; Abigail; and Ruth; and he d. 1718.
JAMES, Marlborough, s. of the first Thomas, had Jotham; Zebedia; Cyrus; Frances; James; Jaazaniah; Grace, and Berzela, if Barry is correct, who adds that he d. at Worcester 1730. His age was 61 yrs. but in Geneal. Reg. XIII. 140, made to run up to 72. Perhaps his w. was Sarah, and he had at Framingham Daniel, b. 13 Mar. 1705. JOHN, Boston, by w. Mary, had John, b. 9 May 1669. JOHN, Warwick, m. 16 July 1674, Elizabeth sec. d. of the first Randall Houlden, d. 6 Jan. 1731, aged 85, had John, and Randal, perhaps others. JOHN, Marlborough, eldest of Edward the first, m. 2 or 27 Nov. 1674, Tabitha, d. of John Stone, had John b. 1675; Ann, 1678; Deliverance, 1681; Tabitha, 1683; Prudence, 1685; Abigail, 1687; Edward, 23 Dec. 1689; Dinah, 1691; Moses, 1694; Tamar, 1697; and Aaron, 13 Aug. 1700; and d. 5 Sept. 1719. JOHN, Warwick, s. of John of the same, m. 25 July 1695, Elnathan, sec. d. of John Whipple the sec. of Providence, had JOHN, b. 6 Apr. 1696, Elizabeth 6 May 1698; Thomas, 26 Apr. 1700; Mary, 22 Sept. 1702, d. next yr.; Nathan, 20 June 1704; Barbara, 24 Apr. 1706; William, 2 Mar. 1708; Mary, again, 24 Jan. 1710; Lydia, 30 Dec. 1711; Randall, 22 May, 1714; and Elnathan, 4 Aug. 1716; and he d. 9 Jan. 1755, aged 80. JONAS, Sudbury, s. of the first Thomas, said in the doubtful rep. to have liv. 84 yrs.
JONATHAN, Norwich, m. Mar. 1661, Deborah, d. of Hugh Caulkins, had Elizabeth b. Jan. 1662; and John, 1663; made freem. 1663, constable 1669. JONATHAN, Sudbury, s. of Henry, by w. Martha had Martha, b. 27 June 1675, d. soon, as did the mo. He m. 1 Nov. 1677. Rebecca Watson, had Jonathan, 1678; David, 1680; Ann, 1683; and Henry, 1685. His w. d. 22 Dec. 1689, and he m. 3d w. 12 Feb. 1691, Elizabeth Wheeler, had Martha; Hezekiah; Abraham; Ezekiel, 14 Oct. 1700; Elizabeth 28 Feb. 1703; Phineas, 24 June 1705; rem. to Framingham, there had Sarah, 24 Sept. 1707; Richard, 31 Jan. 1710; and Abigail, 23 Mar. 1714; was selectman, rep. 1711 and 20, [[vol. 3, p. 530]] and d. 12 Apr. 1725.
JONATHAN, Sudbury, s. of Joseph the first, m. 25 Mar. 1702, Ann Derby of Stow, as by the highest authority is told, was deac. and d. 7 June 1772, and his wid. d. 2 Dec. 1773. So they had liv. as h. and w. over 70 yrs. but whether any ch. came of the union is not told yet, but may be when the fam. geneal. is publish. JOSEPH, Sudbury, prob. youngest s. of Edmund the first, b. in Eng. m. 1658, Mercy King, perhaps d. of Thomas of Watertown, but no issue is found in Barry, wh. says, by w. Martha he had Martha, b. 14 Jan. 1662; Josiah, 3 May 1663; Caleb, 1666; and this w. Martha; 4 Jan. 1669; by third w. Mary, by Bond thot. d. of Capt. Richard Beers, he had Joseph, 5 June 1671; Eleazer, 26 Oct. 1672; rem. to Marlborough, was freem. 1672; had there Mary, 13 Aug. 1674; perhaps driv. by the Ind. war to Watertown, his w. d. there 13 May 1677; and there by 4th w. Sarah had Jonathan, 26 Mar. 1679; and Sarah, 14 Feb. 1681, wh. d. soon, and again might have, at Marlborough, Phineas, 24 Aug. 1684. JOSEPH, Marlborough, s. of the preced. had w. Elizabeth wh. d. 13 Oct. 1733, aged 48, and he d. 3 Dec. 1745. JOSEPH, Marlborough, youngest ch. of Samuel, had Jesse and sev. ds. JOSHUA, Boston 1663, shoemaker, s. of Robert, by w. Bathshua, had Joshua, b. 3 May 1664.
JOSHUA, Marlborogh, s. perhaps eldest, of Samuel, freem. 1690, by w. Mary, had Samuel, b. 1693; Nahum, 1695; Sarah, 1698; Zephaniah, 1700; Andrew, 1703; and of him, w. or ch. I find no more in Barry. MATTHEW, Sudbury, s. prob. fifth of Edmund the first, b. in Eng. freem. 1660, m. 2 Nov. 1654, Martha Lamson, perhaps d. of Barnaby of Cambridge, had Sarah b. 9 Sept. 1655, wh. m. a Loker; Martha, 17 Aug. 1656, m. John Bent as his sec. w.; Deborah, 14 Feb. 1660, m. 23 Jan. 1684, Thomas Sawin; Ruth, 2 Apr. 1662, m. 21 Nov. 1682, Joseph Hastings, and d. two mos. aft.; Elizabeth 20 May 1663, d. soon; Dorothy, 14 Feb. 1665, m. a Ware; Isaac, 1668; and Patience, 5 Mar. 1671, m. a Leland. His will was pro. 30 Dec. 1717. MICHAEL, New London, freem. 1663, as in Trumbull, Col. Rec. I. 406, yet the name is not in Caulkins. NATHANIEL, New London, freem. 1669. NATHANIEL, Sudbury, s. of Thomas the first, had Nathaniel, Mary, and Patience, but he had two ws. Sarah, and next m. 1704, wid. Patience Stone, and he d. 13 Nov. 1726. His age of 66 yrs. is swell. to 70 in Geneal. Reg. XIII. 140. NEHEMIAH, New London, freem. 1666. NICHOLAS, Boston 1672, hir. a farm of Gov. Bellingham. PETER, Marlborough, s. of Thomas the first, by w. Rebecca had Elisha, b. 1690; Zipporah, 1691; Cyprian, 1693; Pelatiah, 1694; Elnathan; Peter; Abigail; Deborah; Rebecca; and Abraham, 1709. His w. d. 1749, and he d. 28 Nov. 1753, aged 95 yrs. and one mo. less a week, allow for change of style. By the common tendency to exagger. he is made 97 in Geneal. Reg. XIII. 140. Sev. of his ch. reach. old age.
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