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, New Haven 1667, perhaps br. of John, was freem. 1669, had, by w. whose name is not seen, Mercy, wh. m. 9 June 1664, John Frost; Elizabeth wh. m. 11 Oct. 1666, Thomas Sanford; and John, bef. ment. Late in life, he m. Nov. 1679, Mary, wid. of Francis Brown, and his inv. was of 11 Jan. 1685. WILLIAM, Boston s. of Tobias, by w. Mary had William, bapt. 24 Nov. 1695; Tobiah, 27 June 1697; and Sarah, 16 July 1699, at the 2d ch. that of the Mathers; but as he was next winter one of the found. of the Brattle st. ch. perhaps others were bapt. there. He d. 11 June 1735. Twenty of this name had been in 1827 gr. at Harv. and above half as many more at other N. E. coll. besides not a small number, spelling Payne; but I could not discrimin. the fams. and had it been in my power, there would have no benefit foll. because sev. have used both forms. Of ARTHUR, ment. by Farmer, as rec. into Boston ch. 1639, I have the utmost confidence that it belongs to Perry, only one Arthur occurr. in adm. of memb. in that yr.
PAINTER, SHUBAEL, Westerly, perhaps s. of Thomas, with him among earliest sett. there 1661. THOMAS, Hingham 1637, rem. perhaps to Providence, at least Roger Williams gives him deed of a lot there, among home lots; but he was aft. at Boston, by w. Catharine, wh. d. 1641, had Elizabeth William, and Thomas, wh. all d. betw. 30 Sept. 1639 and 24 Apr. foll. says the town rec. wh. may so far be true, but ano. Thomas was by the ch. rec. bapt. 13 Sept. 1640, the f. being adm. 5 preced. and freem. 12 Oct. 1640, rem. to Charlestown, New Haven, Rowley, and back to Hingham bef. 1644, there had ano. w. and ch. and suffered severly for unwilling. to bring the ch. to bapt. as told in Winthrop II. 174. So I think he rem. next to Providence, thence again to Newport, bef. 1655, when his name is enroll. among the freem. and prob. his last rem. was to Westerly with its first sett. in 1661.
THOMAS, Westerly 1669, perhaps s. of the preced. and one of the name was [[vol. 3, p. 339]] drown. 15 Mar. 1706, whether that being new yrs. day gave any occasion for the casualty is not heard. WILLIAM, Charlestown, a sea capt, and merch. d. 28 Aug. 1666. His will, made 4 days preced. names w. Elizabeth speaks of est. in Barbados and Carolina.
PALFREY, PALFERY, PALFRY, or PALFRAY, JOHN, Cambridge, brot. from Eng. perhaps by his mo. who m. George Willis, sometimes writ. Willowes; by w. Rebecca, d. of William Bordman, m. 4 Aug. 1664, had Rebecca, b. 15, bapt. 17 Sept. 1665; John, 12, bapt. 14 Apr. 1667, d. in few wks.; Elizabeth bapt. 24 May 1668; Martha, b. 18 May 1670; Thomas, 7 May 1672, wh. d. 21 Nov. 1677; Ruth, 1 Nov. 1677, wh. d. unm. at Medford, age 60; John, early in 1689, wh. d. 1 Dec. 1750, says Cambr. Epit. in 71st yr. and unm. There were two or three ds. more, of wh. one was Mary, wh. m. 1 Dec. 1700, Ebenezer Williams. He d. 1689; in his will of 18 Feb. pro. 17 Dec. of that yr. he provides for the new b. John, and six ds. but does not name them. Rebecca bec. sec. w. 24 Nov. 1716, of Joseph Hicks; and Martha m. 30 May 1689, Benjamin Goddard. *PETER, Salem 1626, came, perhaps, with Conant, or soon aft. req. adm. as freem. 19 Oct. 1630, and took 18 May foll. the oath, was much betrusted, rep. 1635; by w. Edith had Jonathan, bapt. 25 Dec. 1636; Jehoiadan, d. early; Remember, bapt. 16 Sept. 1638; Mary, 15 Dec. 1639; and at least two ds. more; rem. to Reading, there d. strick. in yrs. 15 Sept. 1663. He m. for sec. w. Elizabeth wid. of John Fairfield, and had 3d w. Alice, name. in his will of 21 Oct. 1662, with codic. of 19 May foll He names no s. but prob. had bef. give. most of his est. the inv. of resid. being small. The wid. liv. to 21 Mar. 1677, far strick. in yrs. Remember m. 12 Feb. 1662, Peter Aspenwall, beside wh. he names other s.-in-law Matthew Johnson, who had m. 12 Nov. 1656, his d. Hannah, wh. d. 1 Aug. 1662; Samuel Pickman; and Benjamin Smith, who alone of the four liv. at R. and d. Mary, prob. then unm. We fail to gain kn. of the m. of s. Descent, however, from this patriarch is claimed by many, of wh. one is the learned Professor P. the dilig. hist. of N. E.
PALGRAVE, PALSGRAVE, JOHN, Boston, s. of Richard, m. 8 Feb. 1656, Mary, d. of Samuel Maverick of Noddles isl. He d. early, and his wid. m. 20 Sept. 1660. Mr. Francis Hooke of Kittery. See Geneal. Reg. VIII. 334. RICHARD, Charlestown, a physician, came in the fleet with Winthrop from Stephney, Co. Middlesex, adjoin. London, with w. Ann, and ds. Mary, Sarah, and, perhaps, other ch.; had here Rebecca, b. 25 July 1631; John, 6, bapt. 9 Mar. 1634; Lydia, 15, bapt. 17 Jan. 1636; and Bethia, bapt. 8 July 1638; all these bapt. were in Boston ch. of wh. the f. and mo. were both mem. Nos. 105 and 6, and did not transfer their relat. to the Charlestown ch. This last ch. d. 21 Aug. aft. [[vol. 3, p. 340]] says the town rec. of Charlestown, in wh. it may be more correct than the date of its b. wh. is two days aft. its bapt. He req. adm. as freem. 19 Oct. 1630, and took the o. 18 May foll. d. says Frothingham, a. 1656, and his wid. rem. to Roxbury, there was bur. 17 Mar. 1669, aged 75, says Roxbury rec.; in her will, made six days bef. names eldest d. Mary, w. of Roger Wellington, the ch. of her dec. s. and d. John and Sarah Alcock, with wh. she had liv. since the d. of her h. and John Heylet, or Aylet, s. of her d. Lydia, who was w. of Edmund of Stepney, near London.
PALMER, *ABRAHAM, Charlestown, a merch. from London, wh. there had join. the comp. of the faithful patentees of Mass. 1628, gave £50. to promote its obj. and emb. hims. 1629, prob. with Higginson, was most act. and intellig. town offic. req. adm. 19 Oct. 1630, and was made freem. 18 May foll. of Boston ch. with w. Grace, No. 68 and 9, and of the found. of ch. at Charlestown, was in the first assemb. of rep. 1634, and serj. in the Pequot war, went to Barbados 1652, in the Mayflower of Boston, in wh. his sh. of adventure was 3/5, and that of Edward Burt 2/5, to be account, for in London; there d. 1653; yet prob. he intend. to come back. His wid. Grace d. Dec. 1660, and lieut. Thomas Lathrop had admin. perhaps as a creditor. BENJAMIN, Stronington 1665, s. of Walter, freem. 1666, liv. on the disput. Border of R. I. was capt. much involv. in controv. and d. 10 Apr. 1716, and from that time no generat. has failed to have, as is said, both Joseph and Benjamin.
CHRISTOPHER, Hampton, s. of William of the same, m. a. d. of Edward Hilton. EDWARD, Boston 1639, put in the stocks of his own mak. for charg. too high a price. See Hubbard, 248. Prob. he rem. to Hampton. ELIHU, Stonington 1658, s. of Walter, was not an inhab. in 1670. ELNATHAN, Scituate, s. of John of the same, m. 1695, Mary, d. of Thomas Clark. EPHRAIM, Greenwich 1672. FRANCIS, Rowley 1691, may have been s. of John. GEORGE, Boston, wind cooper 1640, ar. co. 1642, rem. to the E. bef. 1660, and he or ano. of the name was at Warwick, R. I. bef. 1655, tho. the place of his resid. is not told, and d. a. 1669. In Apr. 1670, a Boston creditor, James Neighbors, had gr. of admin. GEORGE, Warwich, may be the same as preced. among freem. 1655, m. Bethia, d. of Roger Morey of Providence, a. 1660. GERSHOM, Stonington 1665, br. of Benjamin, freem. 1666, m. 28 Nov. 1667, Ann, d. of capt. George Denison, had Gershom, Ichabod, William, George, Walter, Elihu, Mary, Rebecca, and Mercy. *HENRY, Newbury 1637, freem. 22 June 1642, rem. to Haverhill, from, who. he was rep. 1667, 74, 6-9, and d. 15 July 1680. Perhaps he was of Hampton in his latter days. His d. Elizabeth m. 1659. Robert Ayer of Haverhill, and Mehitable m. 1676, Samuel Dalton.
HENRY, Wethersfield, by w. Catharine had Deborah, [[vol. 3, p. 341]] b. 1642; Hannah, 1645; a s. whose names is not disting. in the rec. 1648; Dorcas, 1650; freem. 1657, and liv. 1663. HENRY, Pemaquid, sw. fidel. to Mass. 1674. JOHN, Hingham, came in Sept. 1635, freem. 13 Mar. 1639; rem. perhaps to Scituate; at least Deane makes him, in Hist. 319, to be freem. of Plymouth Col. 1657, to have ch. then John and Elnathan, afterwards Josiah and Bezaleel.
JOHN, Charlestown, perhaps came in the Elizabeth, 1634, from Ipswich, aged 24, was freem. 2 June 1641, and d. 24 Aug. 1677, aged 62, unless the gr.st. be wrong, or misread. JOHN, Portsmouth, by Mr. Wentworth copied from list of mem. of the ch. May 1640, but prob. many yrs. too early. He serv. in Philip's war, then being inhab. of Hampton. JOHN, Boston, carpenter, adm. townsman 30 Mar. 1640, perhaps rem. to Rowley 1647; or may have been br. of Henry, and with him at Wethersfield, freem. 1657. JOHN, Stonington, s. of Walter, prob. eldest, and by first w. b. in Eng. of wh. no more is kn. JOHN, Fairfield, may have been first at Wethersfield, and, perhaps, br. of Henry, freem. of Conn. 1657, had possib. been many yrs. in trade to Virg. and may be was at Greenwich 1672. JOHN, Scituate, s. of the first John of the same, had Elnathan, b. 1666; John, 1667; Hannah, 1671; Elizabeth 1673; Bezaleel, 1675; Experience, 1679; and Samuel, 1683. JOHN, Pemaquid, with JOHN, Jr. perhaps his s. took o. of fidel. to Mass. 1674. JOHN, Scarborough 1676, m. Elizabeth d. of Andrew Alger, and rem. 1680, to Boston, and spent there the residue of his life, says Southgate, 82. JOHN, Falmouth 1689, consult, by the council of war for def. of that town 1689, was wound. 21 Sept.; had m. Mary, d. of George Munjoy.
JOHN, Boston 1689, took side against the inhab. for rising against Andros, of whose council he had been, and was suspect. to have come from Eng. just bef. with a commiss. to be ch. just. Hutch. I. 371. JONAS, or JONATHAN, Rehoboth 1668, s. of Walter. JOSEPH, Newbury, m. 18 Mar. 1665, Sarah, d. of James Jackman, had Sarah, b. 5 dec. 1665; James, 18 Dec. 1667; and Joseph, 8 July 1670. He was youngest s. of William. His s. Joseph had at Newbury two ws. and s. Joseph. JOSIAH, Scituate, s. of first John of the same, had Josiah, b. 1685; Joshua, 1687; and Ruth. MICAH, Branford 1667, an orig. signer of the Plana. Covenant 20 Jan. 1668, freem. 1669. His will of 13 Nov. 1681, names ch. John, Daniel, Micah, and others, Mr. Porter tells me, but names of those are not seen. MOSES, Stronington 1658, s. of Walter, by w. Dorothy had Moses, b. 29 Oct. 1673; and John, 1 Sept. 1677; perhaps others bef. or aft. or both. Bond says he m. Abigail, d. of Daniel Allen of Watertown. * NEHEMIAH, Stonington, s. of Walter, m. 20 Nov. 1662, Hannah, d. of Thomas Stanton, the younger, had Joseph, b. 1663; Elihu, 1665, d. soon; Jonathan, 1668; Daniel, 12 Nov. 1672; was a man of trust, rep. 1668 and 9, and d. 17 Feb. 1718, aged 80.
NICHOLAS, Windsor, freem. 1669, was an early sett. had Mary, b. 3 May 1637; Hannah, bapt. 11 Oct. [[vol. 3, p. 342]] 1640; Timothy, 20 Mar. 1642; and Elizabeth b. 7 Aug. 1644. His sec. w. Joan, wid. of John Purchase, m. 29 Oct. 1646, d. 16 Apr. 1683, and he d. 30 Aug. 1689. RICHARD, Salem, m. 24 Nov. 1672, Mary, d. of Humphrey Gilbert, had Mary, b. 8 Sept. 1673; Richard, 6 Dec. 1675; Martha, 21 Aug. 1678; and Samuel, 7 Apr. 1683. RICHARD, Saco, or Wells, 1676, may be the passeng. of 1635, aged 29, in the James from London to Boston. SAMUEL, Rehoboth, m. 12 Jan. 1681, Elizabeth Kingsley, perhaps d. of John of Milton, had John, b. 25 Mar. 1682, who. was bur. 15 July 1683; Samuel and John, tw. 4 Jan. 1684, of wh. John was bur. next day. THOMAS, of Rowley 1648, and SAMUEL, in 1691, perhaps were s. of John. STEPHEN, Cambridge, perhaps s. of William, m. Elizabeth d. of Daniel Cheever. SAMUEL, Rowley, m. 25 Dec. 1671, Mary, d. of John Pearson, freem. 1684, was of Salem, prob. two or three yrs. later, where one of the name acted for John Dunton in sale of his books. THOMAS, Rowley 1643, d. says Farmer, 1669.
THOMAS, Scituate, s. of William, held the est. of his f. 1680. THOMAS, Boston, merch. one of the found. of Brattle st. ch. TIMOTHY, Windsor, s. of Nicholas, freem. 1667, m. 17 Sept. 1663, Hannah, d. of William Buell, had Timothy, b. 25 Aug. foll.; Hannah, 3 Oct. 1666; Mary, 14 May 1669; Sarah, 25 Feb. 1672, d. soon; John, 14 Apr. 1673; Sarah, again, 12 Apr. 1675; Samuel, 7 Sept. 1677; Martha, 29 Dec. 1679, d. at 3 yrs.; Benjamin, 1682; and Stephen, 1687. The time of his d. is unkn. TIMOTHY, Suffield, had, bef. going thither, w. Elizabeth and s. Timothy, and b. there Esther, 1676; beside two wh. d. young; and Thomas, 1682. He d. 1697, leav. Timothy, Esther, and Thomas. *WALTER, Charlestown 1629, prob. younger br. of Abraham, charg. in Sept. 1630, with k. Austin Bratcher, freem. 18 May 1631, was constable 1633, on 1 June of wh. yr. he, with new w. Rebecca, and d. Grace, unit. with the ch. so that it is plain that the d. was by a former w.; had Hannah, bapt. 15 June 1634; Elihu, 24 Jan. 1636; Nehemiah, b. 23 Nov. 1637; Moses, 6 Apr. 1640; Benjamin, 30 May, bapt. 5 June 1642; all by Rebecca Short, a mem. of Roxbury ch. who came in 1632, as a serv. says the rec. of R. ch. rem. to Rehoboth, was rep. 1646 and 7, being the first from that town, had more ch. and rem. again, to Stonington, 1653. His will, of 19 May 1658, made at S. pro. 11 May 1662, cont, in Suffk. reg. (for S. then call. Southerton, was claim. as pt. of our Co. strange as such civil geography now seems), names w. Rebecca and eleven ch. John; Grace; Jonas; William; Gershom; Elihu; Nehemiah; Moses; Benjamin; Hannah, w. of Thomas Huet; and Elizabeth and omits to name d. Rebecca, wh. m. 20 Apr. 1665, Elisha Cheesbrough; and was, perhaps, unable to count the gr.ch.
WILLIAM, Plymouth, came in the Fortune 1621, with s. William, and his w. Frances, came in the next ship, the Ann, 1623, had sh. in the div. of cattle 1627, rem. [[vol. 3, p. 343]] to Duxbury, m. a young w. had Henry and Bridget, but perhaps by former w. both nam. in the will, and gr.ch. Rebecca; and d. prob. early in 1638, as his will of 4 Dec. 1637 was pro. 5 Mar. foll. WILLIAM, Watertown 1636, Newbury 1637, own. ld at Great Ormsby, Co. Norfk. freem. 13 Mar. 1639, rem. to Hampton, had by first w. s. Edward, Christopher, and Stephen, beside d. Martha, who m. as said, I think, capt. John Sherman of Watertown. For sec. w. he had Grace, wid. of Thomas Rogers, wh. surv. him, and m. Roger Porter.
WILLIAM, Wethersfield, any early sett. sold his est. 1644, and, perhaps, rem. yet may have come back, for in 1660, W. P. sen. was freed from milit. serv. WILLIAM, Kittery 1652, constable 1661, may have been s. of William of Hampton. *WILLIAM, Scituate 1633, s. of William, the first comer, bro. by him, m. 27 Mar. of that yr. Elizabeth Hodgkins, had William, b. 27 June 1634; Thomas; and prob. others; rem. to Yarmouth bef. 1643, was a lieut. and rep. 1644, and three yrs. aft.; was one of the purch. of Dartmouth 1652, but rem. to Newtown, L. Il. 1656, d. bef. 1661, in high esteem. Riker, I suspect, confus. the f. and s. of the same name, for we are told that the wid. of William Palmer jun. m. deac. John Willis of Bridgewater, and Mitchell enum. a goodly progeny, of wh. some ds. were m. in few yrs. aft. R. permits her to be a wid. Possib. she may have been sec. w. and not mo. of half his ch. Yet some explanat. may arise from WILLIAM, s. of the preced. being in Col. Rec. designat. as s.-in-law of Robert Paddock. Still Riker must be content with ano. WILLIAM than our Dartmouth man in 1670. WILLIAM, Charlestown 1640, may have been s. of Walter, and of Stonington 1666, of Killingworth, than call. Kenilworth, as in all decency it should contin. to be, in 1670. Ten of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at Harv. six at Yale, and six at the other N. E. coll.
PALMERLY, JOHN, a passeng. in the Elizabeth and Ann from London 1635, aged 20; may be the same as Parmely or Parmarly of Guilford, sw. as freem. Conn. 1665. See Parmelee.
PALMES, ANDREW, New London, s. of Edward, had Guy, Bryan, Edward. Andrew, and Sarah, and d. 1721. *EDWARD, New Haven 1659, a merch. rem. next yr. to New London, m. Lucy, d. of Gov. John Winthrop, freem. 1667, rep. 1671-4 and 7, was a major in the great Ind. war. By first w. wh. d. 24 Nov. 1676, six mos. aft. her f. he had no ch. and next yr. he m. Sarah Davis, wid. of capt. William of Boston, as Miss Caulkins thinks, had Guy, bapt. 17 Nov. 1678; Andrew, 1 Oct. 1682, H. C. 1703; and Lucy. He d. 21 Mar. 1715, in 78th yr. leav. good est. in his will to only Lucy, and Andrew. Lucy m. Samuel Gray, who d. 1713; and next m. Samuel Lynde of Saybrook. Caulkins. He was nam. in the royal commiss. 1683 to adjust claims in the King's [[vol. 3, p. 344]] Province, Nor Narraganset country. See Trumbull, Hist. I. 358, wh. gives his name without e, and it is found in print as Palmer. See also 1 Mass. Hist. Coll. V. 232. WILLIAM, Salem, m. Ann, Eldest d. of John Humfrey, Esq, who aft. his d. m. Rev. Samuel Myles.
PALMETER, NATHANIEL, Killingworth 1667, then call. Kenilworth, freem. 1668, whose name is spelt Palmerley in the return of the officers of the town; possb. the same as Palmerly.
PANNLY, ALEXANDER, is in Paige's list of freem. of Mass. 1660; but I doubt the name was pervert. by Mr. Seer, or some clk.
PANTON, RICHARD, Westchester 1656, a man of influence, who d. aft. 1700; took the side of Conn. 1662 against the Dutch at Newtown, L. I. Riker, 59.
PANTRY, or PANTREE, JOHN, Hartford, s. of William, b. in Eng. freem. 1650, m. Hannah Tuttle of Boston, who was prob. d. of Richard, had beside Mary and Hannah, John, bapt. 17 Mar. 1650; and d. prob. 1653. His wid. m. 23 June 1654, Thomas Wells. Hannah d. 1672, unm. when her sis. Mary, also, was unm. JOHN, Hartford, s. of the preced. had John (who d. bef. his f. leav. only ch. Abigail, b. 1712); and ds. Abigail, b. 11 Jan. 1679; Hannah; and Rebecca. He d. 4 Apr. 1736, and so the name ceased in that quarted. WILLIAM, Cambridge 1634, came in May by the same ship with Simon Willard, excus. from milit. duty by reason of age, freem. 4 Mar. 1635, rem. next yr. with Hooker's friends to Hartford, where he was among the chief proprs.
PAPILLIANS, or PALILLON, PETER, Boston 1679, by w. Joan had Mary, b. 29 Jan. 1680; and Peter, b. Mar. 1681; he was one of that comp. wh. broke off from the New North ch. when Rev. Peter Thacher was brot. in 1718 to be collea. with their first min. and in 1722 had command of a ship employ. against pirates on the coast. He came into Boston 28 June from his cruise, have. seen nothing of the great object of his outfit, the famous pirate, Low, who long harassed the trade of N. E. but brot. in a brigantine, that had been in possessn. of the foe. When he d. is not seen. But as he had w. and four ch. at Bristol in 1688, I infer that he was short time of Boston, and that the naval capt. was the foll. PETER, Boston, perhaps s. of the preced. by w. Catherine had Mary, wh. d. 30 July 1721; aged 17; Catharine, b. a. 1715; Martha, a. 1718; Mercy, 20 Jan. 1720; Samuel, 11 Sept. 1721, the last two d. young; and Mary, 25 Oct. 1722; and he d. early in 1733; admin. to his wid. and John Wallcot of Salem was giv. 20 May in that yr. I suppose this was a Huguenot name.
PARD, SAMUEL, Boston, by w. Mary had Samuel, b. 25 Sept. 1671.
PARDEE, GEORGE, New Haven, a young, apprent. 1644 to Francis Brown, of whose orig. or coming nothing is kn. m. 20 oct. 1650, Martha, d. of Richard Miles, had John, b. 20 Aug. 1651, d. young; John, again, 2 Sept. 1653, d. bef. his f. George, 15 Jan. 1656; Mary, 18 Apr. 1658 [[vol. 3, p. 345]] Elizabeth 10 June 1660, the last three bapt. 18 May 1662, I presume; and he m. sec. w. 29 Dec. 1662, Dodd says, Rebecca (but Catharine, reads ano.) Lane, had Joseph, b. 27 Apr. 1664; Rebecca, 18 Apr. 1666, bapt. I judge, four days aft. but surely not, as the ch. rec. in Genal. Reg. IX. 361, says, Monday, 23; Sarah, b. 2 Feb. 1668; and Hannah, 7 July 1672; and he d. Apr. 1700, aged 71. His will, of 14 of that mo. names all the ds. and s. George and Joseph. Mary m. 1677, Joshua Hotchkiss; Elizabeth m. 25 Dec. 1679, Thomas Gregory, and in the will of her f. is call. an Olmstead; Rebecca m. 1699, Samuel Alling; and Hannah m. Edward Vickers. GEORGE, New Haven, s. of the preced. m. 10 Feb. 1676, Mercy Ball, perhaps d. of Alling, had Mercy, b. 16 Jan. 1677; Eliphalet, 26 Dec. 1678; Martha, 18 Mar. 1681; and John, 4 Nov. 1683; his w. d. 13 Aug. foll. and he m. 11 Feb. next. Mary Denison, perhaps d. of James, had Stephen, 1686; Ebenezer; George, Jan. 1691; James; Mary; Sarah; and Elizabeth and he d. 22 Nov. 1723.
JOHN, New Haven, whose inv. of 12 Nov. 1683 is foll. by remarks a. his childr. JOSEPH, New Haven, br. of the preced. m. 30 July 1688, or 30 Jan. 1689, Elizabeth Yale, d. of the first Thomas, had John, wh. d. 27 Oct. of same yr.; Joseph, 9 Aug. 1693; Thomas, 26 Oct. 1695; John, again, 6 Feb. 1698; and Mary, 9 Apr. 1700; his w. d. 19 Sept. 1701, and he m. sec. w. 2 Dec. 1703, Elizabeth Paine, had Elizabeth 16 Sept. 1704; Daniel, 28 Nov. 1706; Rebecca, 26 Mar. 1708; Josiah, 14 Sept. 1711; Ebenezer, 4 Nov. 1714; Samuel, 3 Aug. 1718; and Sarah, 1 Aug. 1721. The name is wide. spread.
PARDON, WILLIAM, Mass. freem. 1645, of wh. I kn. no more, not even his resid.
PARENTS, JOHN, Haddam, sett. a. 1662, d. 1686, leav. two ds.
PARIS, OR PARRIS, CHRISTOPHER, Boston 1649. JOHN, Braintree, m. 30 Sept. 1664, says Farmer, Mary Jewell, prob. d. of Thomas. NICHOLAS, Salem 1648, witness to the will of John Balch. SAMUEL, Salem, s. of Thomas of London, the unhappy promoter of the said tragedy of the witchcraft. 1692, was educ. at Harv. but left bef. gr. was of the first ch. at Boston, freem. 1683, and preach. at the Salem vil. now Danvers, in 1689, and bec. the first min. of the society that he reduced to such misery, ord. 15 Nov. of that yr. left his place by compulsion June 1696, and was two or three yrs. preach. at Stow, but in 1700, of Watertown, have. license as a retailer, soon aft. sat down at Concord, there contin. 1705 engag. in trade unprofitably, but preached a few mos. at Dunstable 1711. His w. Dorothy d. 6 Sept. 1719; and he d. 29 Feb. foll. at Sudbury. In his will, pro. 28 Mar. 1720, he ment. f. Thomas; uncle John; ds. Elizabeth w. of Benjamin Barnard; Dorothy, b. 28 Aug. 1700, w. of Hopestill Brown; and Mary, b. 1703, m. 1727, [[vol. 3, p. 346]] Peter Bent; beside two s. Samuel, b. at W. 9 Jan. bapt. 1 Mar. 1702; and Noyes, b. 22 Aug. 1699, H. C. 1721, both minors. SAMUEL, Boston, by w. Elizabeth had Thomas, b. 25 Oct. 1681; Elizabeth 28 Nov. 1682; and Susanna, 9 Jan. 1688; perhaps he rem. and may have been that unhap. min. of Salem.
THOMAS, Newbury 1685, s. of John, a dissent. clerg. of Ugborough, in Co. Devon, had come two yrs. bef. to Long Island, rem. to S. part of Mass. perhaps Plymouth, had Thomas, gr.f. of Rev. Martin of Marshfield, and ancest. of Gov. Albion K. of Maine. THOMAS, Boston, perhaps br. of sec. Samuel, by w. Mary had Mary, b. 27 May 1686, d. soon; Mary, again, 25 Sept. 1687; and Elizabeth 10 July 1693; and prob. rem. Frequent spelling is with two r's.
PARISH, *JOHN, Groton, perhaps s. of Thomas the first, or a br. as seems more likely, was says Butler, an orig. propr. and in 183, serv. on a com. with Page and Lawrence, others of the earliest sett. to prove the ld. rights of the town bef. its destruct. in Philip's war; rep. 1690. JOHN, Groton, prob. s. of the preced. by w. Mary had Lydia, b. 20 Apr. 1687; and Elizabeth 19 Mar. 1691. *ROBERT, Groton, perhaps s. of the first Thomas, by w. Mary, prob. d. of John Blanchard, had Mary, b. 5 Jan. 1668; Ann, 2 Sept. 1669; Robert, 20 Nov. 1670; Ann, again, 10 Sept. 1672; and Mary, again, 8 Sept. 1674; rep. 1689, at the Dec. session for the neighb. town of Dunstable. THOMAS, Cambridge, came in the Increase. 1635, aged 22, was a physician, tho. in the custom-ho. rec. call. possib. for decept. a clothier, freem. 18 Apr. 1637, by w. Mary had Mary, b. 3 Apr. 1638; Thomas, 21 July 1641, H. C. 1659; and Mary, again, 3 Apr. 1643. Prob. he went home, liv. at Nayland, Co. Suffk. as his atty. Thomas Danforth calls him. THOMAS, Cambridge, came the preced. had w. Mary, wh. d. 8 Oct. 1674, aged 23. The coll. catal. of 1698 did not mark him as dead, and Farmer thot. he liv. to 12 Sept. 1707.
PARKE, or PARKS, EDWARD, Guilford 1685, d. 11 Aug. 1690; left ch. Mary, aged 18; Joseph, 16; Nathaniel, 13; and Christopher, 8; and there the name contin. 20 yrs. EDWARD, Newton, s. of Thomas of the same, m. 13 Mar. 1695, Martha, d. of Nathan Fiske of Cambridge, had Martha, b. 16 May 1699; Edward, 18 Apr. 1701; Thomas, 1703; and Nathan; d. 1 Mar. 1745, near 84 yrs. old. JACOB, Mass. freem. 1657, may have been of Concord, or possib. of Rowley, for his name stands in Paige's list between those of inhabs. of these towns.

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