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Suff'k with w. three ch. two men and three maid sev. freem. 13 Mar. 1639, rep. 1639-42, rem. 1645 to Rehoboth, there d. 22 Dec. 1663. Prob. he had liv. at Hingham in Norf. for his suppos. br. Robert was min. in that pleasant town many yrs. See Lincolns' Hist. of H. and ] Centu. Disc. JOSEPH, New Haven, perhaps br. of Henry, resid. from 1643-9, then adm. freem. and next yr. rem. to Milford,there m. Alice, wid. of John Burwell, had Elizabeth bapt. 1651; Joseph, 1653; and John, b. 4 Mar. 1655. His w. d. 19 Dec. 1666, and he m. 1669, Mary , d. of a wid. Richards, but the name of her f. is not seen, had Mary, b. 1670. He was liv. 1687 at M. as was also s. Joseph. JOSEPH, Lyme, youngest s. of William, by w. Sarah had Sarah, b. 4 Aug. 1663; Joseph, 12 Mar. 1667, d. at 10 yrs.; Elizabeth 9 Sept. 1669; Deborah, 31 July 1672; Hannah, 14 Sept. 1674; Ruth, 19 Aug. 1676; Samuel, 29 July 1678; and Joseph, 20 Mar. 1680. He was a valu. citz. town clk. and deac. d. 25 Nov. 1718; and his wid. d. 14 Sept. 1726, aged 90. JOSEPH, New Haven, s. of Henry, m. 28 Nov. 1672, Sarah, d. of Roger Alling, had Sarah, b. 11 Sept. foll.; Joseph, 9 Oct. 1675; Samuel, 29 Dec. 1677; James, 17 Feb. 1680; John, 6 Oct. 1675; Samuel, 29 Dec. 1677; Abigail, 2 May 1686; Mary, 6 Oct. 1689; and Ebenezer, 2 May 1693; and d. 15 Apr. 1720. JOSEPH, Hartford, youngest s. of Paul, by w. Ruth had Elizabeth b. 1686; Ruth, 1692; both d. young; Joseph, 1694; and Ruth, again, 1696; and he d. 26 June 1698. His wid. m. 1699, John Hoskins, as his sec. w. NATHANIEL, Hingham, perhaps s. of Joseph, may have been sent by his f. from Eng. bef. he brot. resid. of his fam. in 1635, rem. to Rehoboth, there had sh. in div. of ld. 1668; by w. deliverance had Elisha, b. 19 Apr. 1675, and she d. 30 apr. foll. He d. 25 Aug. 1676. NATHANIEL, Boston, requir. to give security, 11 Jan. 1687, to Sect. Randolph, for license to be m. during the governm. of Sir E. Andros that was, if possib. more contempt. than odious. See 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. VII. 170. *NICHOLAS, Rohoboth, prob. s. of Joseph, had fam. of wh. we kn. only, that a young ch. d. in Aug. 1676; and that elisha was b. 4 Apr. 1683. He was rep. 1669, and 10 yrs. more, and a lieut. The milit. spirit was, I suppose, perpet. for two of the name, perhaps his s. Nicholas and Ichabod partook in the wild expedit. against Quebec 1690, and Nicholas was a corpo. of Gallop's comp. Perhaps neither came safe home. PAUL, Hartford 1639, was not an orig. propr. nor is it kn. from what town in Mass. he went. More do we regret, that no light can be found to indcate from what part of Eng. or in what sh. he came; but the name of his w. was Martha, and of ch. Paul, b. 1639; Martha, 1641; Elizabeth 1643; John, 22 Dec. 1645; Samuel, 1647; Joseph, 22 Dec. 1650; Sarah, 1653; Hannah, 1656; and Mary, 1662, wh. m. John Andrew, and liv. to 1752. his will of 25 June 1695, was pro. 25 Jan. foll. he hav. d. 23
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Dec. aged 87 yrs. Martha m. 8 June 1665, John Cornwell. Elizabeth m. it is said, a House of Wallingford; Sarah m. Thomas Clark of Hartford; and Hannah m. 12 May 1680, John Shepherd of Hartford. Two more ds. are by some tradit, giv. to this first Paul, one, without a name of bapt. is said to have m. Joseph Benton of Tolland; and the other call. Ruth, wh. is made to m. 12 May 1680, Thomas Beach of Wallingford; but neither is very prob. PAUL, Hartford, s. of the preced. m. Elizabeth d. of John Baysey, had Paul b. in 1666; John, 1672; Martha, 1676; Samuel, 1680; Hannah, 1681; William, 1686; and Ruth, 1688; and he d. 1725. RICHARD, came in the Defence from London, 1635, emb. Saturday, 11 July; and no doubt sailing next week, aged 33, with Margery, perhaps his w. aged 40, and Israel, 7 with Elizabeth 4, both likely eno. to be his ch. See 3 Mass. hist. Coll. VIII. 269. How long, after arr. at boston, he contin. there, or whither he rem. is uncert. My conject. is that he short, aft. liv. at Rehoboth. In the Geneal. Reg. XIV. 320 this name is by Mr. Drake writ. Perk; and his eyes engag. on the same ancient MS. as mine, might seem more trustworthy, as younger. For Israel, also, he read Isabel. But since my reading was not chang. by the skilful keeper of her Majest's rec. in his exquisite collat. 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. X. 130, I may trust the punctilious student to follow wh. seems to him more correct. Ano. and younger stud. in this branch of hist. starts the conject. Geneal. Reg. XV. 60, that the name spell. Perk in the former vol. may be Park of Newton. ROBERT, Hingham, prob. br. of Joseph, was bred at Magdalen Coll. Cambr. where he had his degr. of A. B. and A. M. the latter 1603, was min, over 30 yrs. at Hingham, Co. Norfk. yet was harass. for nonconform. to some of the ceremon. by Bp. Harsnet, his diocesan, whose imprudence in honor of the ch. wa so gr. as to excite complaint from the peop. of Norwich in 1623 to the Ho. of Commons in Parl. Two successors in that see were milder, White and Corbet, especial. the latter, but when Wren, that bird of ill omen, came to the cathedral, no puritan could long serve at the altar. Mather gains the delight of tell. in his Magn. how this Peck was put under a bushel, III. 214. He came with w. two ch. and two serv. in the Diligent, 1638, and on 28 Nov. of that yr. was ord. freem. 13 Mar. foll. but soon aft. the overthr. of the absol. rule by the long Parliam. he emb. 27 Oct. 1641, with w. and s. Joseph, for home, and went back to his old parsonage, there d. 1656. Brook's Purit. III. 263-5. SAMUEL, Hartford, s. of Paul had Samuel, b. 1674, but Porter says no more, his w. was Elizabeth He d. 1696. SAMUEL, Greenwich, eldest s. of Rev. Jeremiah, m. 27 Nov. 1686, Ruth Ferris, perhaps d. of Peter of Stamford, had Samuel, b. Mar. 1688; Jeremiah, 29 Dec. 1690; Joseph, 1 May 1692; David, 15 Dec. 1694; Nathaniel, 15 Aug. 1697; Elphalet, a. 1699; Theophilus, Mar. 1702; Peter, a 1704; and Robert, a. 1706. He was long in high esteem, and his w. d. 17 Sept. 1745, aged 83, and he d. 28 Apr. 1746. *SAMUEL, Rehoboth, perhaps s. of Joseph of
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the same, was rep. 1689, at Plymouth, and 11692, under new chart. as Boston. He had w. Sarah, wh. was bur. 27 oct. 1673; and he m. 21 Nov. 1677, Rebecca Hunt, wid. of Peter, d. of sec Stephen Pain of R. had Noah, b. 21 Aug; 1678; d. Jael, 14 June 1680, bur. next mo.; Rebecca, 22 Oct. 1681, d. next yr.; beside Judith, wh. was bur. 20 Feb. 1682. SIMON, Hingham 1657, perhaps s. of Robert, m. Hannah, d. of Joseph Farnsworth, had Joseph, wh. prob. d. young; and she d. 16 Apr. 1659. He m. 1 Feb. 1661, Prudence, d. of Edward Clap of Dorchester, had Joseph, again, perhaps bapt. 15 Feb. 1663, and d. young; John, b. 20 Apr. 1667; Sarah, 4 June 1669; and Joseph, again, 2 July 1670, prob. d. in few days. His name is misprint. Peke in the Sumner Geneal. Geneal. Reg. VIII. THOMAS, Boston 1652, shipwright, constable 1673, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 19 Jan. 1653; Rachel, 21 Jan. 1655; and Joseph, 11 Feb. 1656; beside THOMAS, elder than either, wh. was a shipwright aft. his f. Possib. John, who was a skilful shipbuild. f. of the late emin. naturalist, William D. Peck, H. C. 1782, of wh. good memoir is found in 2 Mass. Hist. Coll. X. 161, may have been of this fam. WILLIAM, New Haven, a merch. from London, b. 1601, with w. Elizabeth and s. Jeremiah, came prob. in the Hector, as company, with Govs. Eaton and Hopkins, Rev. John Davenport, and the s. of the Earl of Marlborough, arr. at Boston 26 June 1637, was one of the first compact for N. H. in june 1639, an orig. propr. freem. 29 oct. 1640, deac. from 1659 to his d. had John; Joseph, bapt. 17 Jan. 1641; and Elizabeth 7 May 1643, not 6, as pr. in Geneal. Reg. IX. 262, for that was Saturday. The harvest of blunders in that list of bapt. is not chargeab. to the very careful transcr. Henry White, Esq. but I fear the names assing. for parents by conject. in that docum. may sometimes be erron, as in this instance, for the ch. Eleazar and 2d Elizabeth are neither in fam. geneal. allow. to the deac. His w. d. 5 dec. 1683, on a visit to her s. at Lyme, and he m. Sarah, wid. of William Holt, and d. 4 oct. 1694. his gr.st. is still to be seen in the cemet. By the rec. of Lyme (where he d. at the ho. of his s. Joseph) the age is 83; but New Haven says, at the reput. age of 90. As a gen. rule, the shorter term of a prolong, life, where two or more dates are report. must be prefer. but, in this instance, to ascertain the exact truth we may safe. presume, that the s. of whose ho. the f. d. wrote the acco. and the greater number may be adopt. The only d. his youngest ch. Elizabeth m. 1661, Samuel Andrews. In his will, of 9 Mar. 1689, made at N. H. the sec. w. and his four ch. are ment, but no more. Sixteen of this name had in 1834 been gr. at the N. E. coll. of wh. four were of Yale, three of Harv.
PECKER, JAMES, Charlestown 1658, said to have been b. 1622, perhaps had w. Elizabeth d. of John Friend of Salem, was aft. at Haverhill, and last, a. 1682 at Boston.
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PECKHAM, OR PECKUM, JOHN, Newport 1639, prob. the same person, by Farmer called Joseph, wh. was one of the found. of the Bapt. ch. He is in the list of freem. 165. STEPHEN, Dartmouth 1686, perhaps s. of the preced.
PECKIT, JOHN, Stratford 1670. Perhaps the name was obscure in the MS.
PEDINGTON. See Redington.
PEDRICK, JOHN, Marblehead 1674, had been there many yrs. His will was of 2 Aug. 1686, and ment. w. Meriam, eldest s. John, by former w. Phillis, 29 Mar. 1673, and eight more ch. Benjamin, Agnes, Mary, Ann, Sarah, Meriam, Elizabeth and Joanna. One of these ds. was prob. w. of John Stacy; one of John Parrot; and ano. of Henry Prentall,as he calls ea. of these his s.-in-law. A John Pedick is name. of Marblehead at the same time, but of him I kn. nothing.
PEEK, GEORGE, Marblehead 1674, by w. Hannah had George, b. 8 Aug. 1688.
PELHAM, EDWARD, Newport, s. of Herbert, had w. Freelove, as Barry, 155, says, tho. Jackson, 387, wh. acknowledges her, makes the first w. Godsgift, d. of Gov. Benedick Arnold, wh. also had Freelove, and it may well be that Pelham took both. Jackson adds that he d. 20 Sept. 1730, and names the ch. Elizabeth Edward, and Thomas. ? || HERBERT, Cambridge, brot. in 1638, d. Penelope, when he came over, aft. befriend, our cause ten yrs. as a mem. of the comp. in London, where he may have been a lawyer, m. sec. w. Elizabeth wid. of Roger Halakenden, d. of Godfrey Basseville Equ. of Co. York, here had Mary, b. prob. 12 nov. 1640; Frances, prob. 9 Nov. 1643; but in the Genal. Reg. IV. 182, Mr. Pilsbury's copy of the rec. that is, I think, exact, gives the same yr. for both, and one must be wrong; beside Herbert, 3 Oct. 1645; wh. d. or was bur. 2 Jan. 1646. He was a gent. from Co. Lincoln, Matric. at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 12 Nov. 1619, in his 18th yr. and Gov. Hutchinson says, he was of that fam. wh. attain. the highest rank in the peerage one hundred yrs. ago, as Duke of Newcastle. He was much engag. in public serv. promoting planta. of Sudbury, where he had gr. of ld. 1644, ar. co. 1639, was chos. an Assist. 1645, being made a freem. at the same time; first treas. of Harv. Coll. 1643, and went home in 1649, liv. at Buer's hamlet, Co. Essex, but was bur. in Suffk. 1 July 1673. his will of 1 Jan. preced. names ch. Waldegrave, Edward, henry, and Penelope, perhaps all, certain. first and last, by his first w. wh. was a Waldegrave. His wid. d. 1 apr. 1706, in her 84th yr. and was bur. at Marshfield. Penelope m. 1657, Gov. Josiah Winslow. JOHN, perhaps br. of Herbert, came in the Susan and Ellen, from London, 1635, aged 20, with Penelope, 16, "she being to pass to her br's planta." as the custom
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ho. rec. says. Possib. both were under care of Saltonstall, wh. with w. and ch. were in the same sh. See Hutch. Coll. 59. The young lady unit. with the ch. of Boston, 24 Mar. 1639, and in 1641, m. the Gov. Bellingham, wh. prevail. on her to give up ano. engagem. as in Winthrop II. 43, relat.; but of the jilt. man we hear no more. NATHANIEL, a scholar, H. C. 1651, perhaps s. of William, lost in the voyage to London of the sh. of James Garrett with fellow passeng. Thomas Mayhew, John Davis, and Jonathan Ince, other scholars. * WILLIAM, Sudbury, perhaps br. of John, came in the fleet with Winthrop losing his passage with the Gov. s. Henry, by going on shore at Cowes, from the Arbella, and trusting fortune for ano. sh. req. adm. as frem. 19 Oct. 1630, tho. I do not see evid. of his taking the oath; was capt. of the milit. 1644, selectman 1645 and 6, and rep. 1647, was in Eng. 1652, when Johnson wrote his book.
PELL, JOHN, Fairfield, s. of Rev. Dr. John of London, came in 1670, to rec. the est. wh. his uncle Thomas left him at F. but no more is kn. of him. A letter of introd. for him to Gov. Winthrop by his friend William, Lord Brereton, from London, 23 June 1670, is in my possess. JOSEPH, Lynn, freem. 14 Mar. 1639, of wh. it seems strange that we kn. no more, exc. from our Prob. rec. where his inv. 25 Apr. 1650, makes him butcher of Boston, leav. small prop. with wid. and child. to divide it. See Geneal. Reg. VII. 234. *THOMAS, New Haven, came from London in the Hopewell, capt. Bundock, 1635, aged 22, call. in the custom ho.paper, a tailor, he, of course, sat down somewhere in Mas. but the town is unkn. Perhaps he went early to Saybrook; in the Pequot war, 1637, serv. under Mason; and prob. in 3 or 4 yrs. he foll. the attract. of Gov. Eaton, after 1646 m. the wid. of Francis Brewster, in June or July 1650 rem. to Fairfield, was made freem. 1662, rep. 1665, d. soon after the date of his will, 21 Sept. 1669. It gave most of his est. to his neph. John, s. of his only br. Rev. John of London, D. D. WILLIAM, Boston 1634, tallow chandler, freem. 6 May 1635, disarm. for his dangerous opinions, 1637, had Mary, b. 30 June bapt. 14 Sept. 1634, wh. m. 1 Nov. 1655, Richard George of B.; Nathaniel, bapt. 29 Apr. 1638, d. in few mos.; Hannah, 7 days old. 20 Dec. 1640; Deborah, 2 June 1644; and perhaps more. He may have taken, as sec. w. Elizabeth wid. of Nathaniel Heaton. If so, she had third h. John Maynard, and outliv. him.
PETTLET, OR PELLATE, DANIEL, Concord, perhaps s. of Thomas, was freem. 1690. THOMAS, Concord m. 5 Mar. 1660, Mary Dane or Deane, perhaps d. of Thomas, was freem. 1690.
PELTON, JOHN, Boston, very early, had est. describ. in the book of possns. rem. to Dorchester, his eld. so John was bapt. 2 Mar. 1645. In his will of 3 jan. 1681, pro. 10 Mar. foll he names w. Susanna. s.
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John, Samuel, and Robert, the youngest, beside d. mary. To Samuel was gr. admin. of Robert, lost at sea. July 1683.
PEMBER, THOMAS, New London 1686, had there bapt. in 1692, Mercy, Thomas, and Elizabeth; in 1694, Ann; and in 1696, John; but only four of these with w. Agnes, were liv. at his d. by drown. 27 Sept. 1711.
PERMBERTON, BENJAMIN, Boston, s. of James, was freem. 1690. His will of 8, pro. 27 Mar. 1709, ment. w. Elizabeth and four ch. but names only eldest s. Benjamin, then under 17 yrs. EBENEZER, Boston, s. of James the sec. was min. of the O. S. or third ch. of wh.his f. was one of the found. ord. collea, with Willard, 28 Aug. 1700, d. 13 Feb. 1717; was f. of Ebenezer, H. C. 1721. JAMES, Charlestown, came prob. in the fleet with Winth, req. adm. as freem. 19 oct. 1630, but that he ever took the o. does not appear; by w. Alice, wh.join. the ch. Aug. 1633, had James, bapt. 14 Sept. of that yr. prob. d. young; Mary, 3 Apr. 1636; Sarah, 30 Dec. 1638; and John, 24 Apr. 1642; perhaps rem. to hull for short time, a. 1647; but d. at Malden, 5 Feb. 1662. His will of 23 Mar. 1661, made at M. Mentions w. s. John and his w. Margaret, ds. Sarah, and Mary, with her h. Edward Barlow, and their childr. Sarah m. 30 Oct. 1668, Samuel Gibson, JAMES, Newbury 1646, freem. 1648, had John, b. 16 Feb. 1648, rem. to Boston, bec. one of the found. of O. S. ch. by w. Sarah had Thomas, b. 17 Feb. 1653; Joseph, 2 July 1655; Benjamin, 26 apr. 1660; Mary, 13 July 1662; Benjamin, again, 11 Mar. 1666; Jonathan, 28 Aug. 1668; Elinor, 3 Feb. 1672, prob. the same as that Ebenezer, bapt. 11 Feb. 1672, H. C. 1691, bef. ment.and d. 10 oct. 1696. JOHN, Boston, 1632, freem. 1 Apr. 1634, rem. to Newbury; and Coffin says his w. d. 1646. Perhaps he ret. to Boston, m. Sarah, d. of Thomas Marshall, the shoemaker, and in 1662 liv. at that part call. Winnesemet. JOSEPH, New London, s. of James, had liv. some time at Westerly bef. 1679, had two s. James and Joseph, who, aft. his d. 14 oct. 1702, were taken by the wid. Mary to Boston, as Caulkins, 345, tells; while two ds. Mary, w.of Alexander Baker, and Eliz, w. of Jonathan Rogers, contin. to liv. at that part of New London, now Montville, but the wid. went back to Boston,as from the will of her s. James,Mar. 1712, is kn. THOMAS, Boston, s. of James, by w. Hannah had Elizabeth b. 17, bapt. 23 June 1678; James, 4 June 1680, d. very soon; Mehitable, bapt. 17 July 1681; James, again, 3, bapt. 10 Sept. 1682; Thomas, 17, bapt. 22 Mar. 1685; Jane, b. 18 Mar. 1686; and Mary, 26 Oct. 1688; was a surgeon in that unhappy exped. of Phips against Quebec, 1690, and d. 26 July 1693.
PEMBROKE, ELKANAH, Boston, one of the found. of Brattle street ch. may have sprung from Dedham. where in 1643 was one with this surname.
PENDALL, WILLIAM, New London 1676, shipwright, m. Mehitable, d. of Ralph Parker.
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PENDLETON, *BRYAN, Watertown, an early sett. freem. 3 Sept. 1634, help. to sett. Sudbury, of wh. he was selectman some yrs. but rep. bef. and aft. for W. betw. 1636 and 48 six yrs. rem. to Ipswich perhaps, certain. to Portsmouth, of wh. he was rep. some yrs, then rem. to Saco, Winter habour, thence after near a dozen yrs. driv. by the Ind. war, Aug. 1676, went again to Portsmouth, there made his will 9 Aug. 1677, wh. was pro. 5 Apr. 1681. He was capt. and major many yrs. left w. Eleanor, s. James and d. Mary, wh. m. Seth fletcher. CALEB, Westerly 1679. JAMES, Watertown, s. of Bryan, by w. Mary had James, b. 1 Nov. 1650; she d. 7 Nov. 1655; and he m. sec. w. 29 Apr. 1656, at Sudbury, Hannah, d. of Edmund Goodenow, had Bryan, b. 27 Sept. 1659; Joseph, Dec. 1661; Edmund, prob. 24 June 1664; Ann, 12 Nov. 1667; Caleb, 8 Aug. 1669; and James, older or younger, nam. in the will of his gr. f. He was one of the found. of the first ch. at Portsmouth 1671, but perhaps had his f's. love of rem. and liv. at Stonington 1674-8, then call, capt. and serv. in the war against Philip 1676; was at Westerly 1686 to 1700. JOSEPH, Boston 1651, witness that yr. to the will of Robert Turner, may have been s. of Bryan.
PENFIELD, SAMUEL, Lynn 1650, m. 30 Nov. 1675, Mary Lewis, had Samuel, b. 17 Sept. 1676; and Mary, 24 Oct. 1678; and at Rehoboth, John, 30 May 1681 or after; in 1688 liv. at Bristol with w. and five ch. Mary m at Taunton 14 Apr. 1698, Jeremiah Fairbanks. THOMAS, Rehoboth, had Sarah, b. 20 Feb. 1681. WILLIAM, Middletown 1663. Hinman 62.
PENGILLY, JOHN, Springfield, had been made freem. 1678 at Ipswich, and rem. to S. that yr. liv. in that part call. now Suffield, was liv. 1728, No. doubt he was Welsh or Cornish, but the print. Col. Rec. V. 539 makes the surname Bengilley. I prefer the reading of Paige, yet admit the unusual correctn. of the state chirogr. Pulsifer.
PENHALLOW, ? SAMUEL, Portsmouth, b. 2 July 1665, at St. Mabyn, near Bodmin, in Cornwall, as he tells us, and verifying the jingle of Camden's Remains:
By, Tre, Ros, Pol, Lan, Caer, and Pen
you may know the most Cornish men.
He came with Rev. Charles Morton, under who, he had prob. stud. at Newington Green, arr. at Charlestown 1686, join. the ch. there late in Feb. 1687, went soon to Portsmouth, m. 1 July 1687, Mar. d. of Pres. John Cutt, was counsellor, seer. and many yrs. treasr. of the prov. judge of the Sup. Ct. 1714, and Ch. J. 1717 to his d. 2 Dec. 1726; yet in our day most thot. of as the histor. of the later Ind. Wars. His ch. were JOHN, wh. m. Ann, d. of Hon. Jacob Wendell, was capt. and d. bef. 1736;
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Elizabeth Joseph, Richard, Susanna, and Benjamin, H. C. 1723, d. young; and descend, are still found at P.
PENINGTON, EPHRAIM, New Haven, sw. alleg. 1644, had Ephraim, b. 1645; and Mary, 1646, both bapt. 22 Oct. 1648; and he d. 1660, leave. wid. and these two ch. Mary m. 12 Apr. 1666, Jonathan Tompkins. EPHRAIM, New Haven, s. of the preced. m. at Milford, 25 Oct. 1667, Mary, d. of John Brockett, and rem. to Newark, N. J.
PENLEY, SAMSON, Falmouth 1658, was liv. after the first destruct. of the town 1676, left wid. Rachel, and three ds. Jane, Dorcas, and Mary.
PENN, 8 JAMES, Boston, came in the fleet with Winthrop req. 19 Oct. 1630, to be made freem. tho. it does not appear that he took the o. was rep. 1648 and 9, beadle first, and marshall aft. rul. elder, as his ch. distinct. d. 30 Sept. 1671, but John Hull says 7 Oct. Hutch. I. 269. In his will of 29 Sept. pro. 23 Oct. his w. Catharine, wh. had very early been mem. of the ch. but no ch. is name. yet perhaps that Mary hose name is the 152d in our list of the first ch. mem. may have been a d. tho. more prob. a sis. with sis. Hannah, Mary, and other relat. WILLIAM, Charlestown 1630, came, no doubt, in the fleet with Winth, sett. at Braintree, late in his days rem. to Boston; yet in the will of 18 Dec. 1688, pro. 14 Feb. foll. directs his bur. to be a Braintree, giv. lega. to ch. and sch. there, to sev. Thompsons, Stephen Paine and their childr. but chiefly to cousin Hannah Hill, and Edward Hill, jr. and Hannah Hill and Edward Hill senr. and Sarah Hill, having, he says, sent for his kinswoman, Deborah, w. of said Edward, senr. out of Eng. promising to make her his heir, so we may be sure his w. and ch. if any he ever had, were d. Who was the Christian Penn, a passeng. in the Ann, to Plymouth, 1623, who soon after m. Francis Eaton, is perhaps, beyond the reach of all but conject.
PENNELL, WALTER, Saco, frem. 1653, m. 1647, Mary, d. of Robert Booth, and Walter and perhaps others; in the Ind. war, 1675, rem. to Salem. WALTER, York, s. of the preced. was in 70th yr. 1719. Folsom, 181.
PENNIMAN, JAMES, Boston, came prob. in the Lion, 1631, with John Winth, jr. for he, was 2. Lydia, wh. surv. him, were adm. of the ch. bef. the s. but after the w. of the Gov. frem. 6 Mar. 1632, the same day with John and Jacob Eliot, whom I reackon as fellow paseng. had James, bapt. 26 Mar. 1633; Lydia, 22 Feb. 1635; John, 15 Jan. 1637; rem. to Braintree, there had Joseph, b. 1 Aug. bapt. 29 Sept. 1639; and Sarah, b. 6 May 1641; Samuel, 14 Nov. 1645; Hannah, 26 Mar. (May in Vinton, 351) 1648; Abigail, 27 Dec. 1651; and Mary, 290 Sept. 1653; all by w. Lydia; and he d. 26 Dec. 1664. Abigail, m. 18 Apr. 1678, Samuel Neal; and Ma m. 4 Apr. 1678, Samuel Paine of the same. JAMES, Boston, eldest s. of the preced. feltmaker, m. 10 May 1659, Mary Cross, d. of the
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w. of deac. Robert Sanderson, had James, b. 27 Sept. 1661 or 2; Mary, 17 Sept. 1668; and Joseph, 8 Oct. 1674; was of ar. co. 1673. JOHN Braintree, sec. s. of the first James, freem. 1671, m. 24 Feb. 1665, Hannah, d. of Roger Billings of Dorchester, had James, b. 7 Feb. 1666, d. at 12 yrs. John, 23 Feb. 1668, d. young; Joseph, 15 Mar. 1671; Samuel 18 June 1672; Jonathan, 5 Apr. 1674; Hannah, 23 Jan. 1676, d. at 2 yrs.; and John, again, 5 jan. 1678. His w. d. 9 Feb. foll. JOSEPH, Braintree, br. of the preced. by w. Waiting, d. of William Robinson of Dorchester, had Joseph, b. 20 Feb. 1670, d. at 20 yrs of the fever contract. in Phip's crusade against Canada; Moses, 15 Mar. 1671, d. soon; Mary, a. 1674; Moses, again, 14 Feb. 1678; Deborah, 27 Feb. 1680; James, 11 Feb. 1683; and his w. d. 21 Aug. 1690; was freem. 1678, deac. and 120 May 1693 m. Sarah, wid of deac. John Stone of Watertown, d. of deac. Samuel Bass of Braintree, and d. 5 Nov. 1705. SAMUEL, Braintree, br. of the preced. was freem. 1678, m. 6 Jan. 1674, Elizabeth d. of Robert Parmenter, had Elizabeth b. Jan. 1675; Samuel, 15 Mar. 1676, d. soon; Samuel, again, 5 Nov. 1677; Josiah, 21 Nov. 1678, d. soon; Hannah, 12 Feb. 1683; Jonathan, 17 Feb. 1686; and James, 29 Mar. 1695; was lieut. and d. 16 Jan. 1705. Of this name in 1834, five had been gr. at Harv. one at Yale, and four at other N. E. coll.
PENNINGTON, EPHRAIM, New Haven. See Penington. EPHRAIM, New Haven, s. of the preced. m. Mary, eldest d. of John Brocket of the same.