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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RICHARD, Salem, 1671. THOMAS, whose name is writ. Pummery, was of Portsmouth, m. bef. 1679, Rebecca, d. of William Brooking of the same. Eight of his name, had in 1834, been gr. at Yale, one at Harv. and ten at other N. E. coll.
POMFRET, WILLIAM, Dover 1640, was early town, clk, and lieut. d. 7 Aug. 1680. His d. Martha m. William Dame; and ano. d. m. Thomas Whitehouse.
POND, DANIEL DEDHAM, Perhaps s. of the first Robert, may have been b. in Eng. freem. 1690, d. Feb. 1698. His first w. was Abigail, d. of Edward Shepard of Cambridge, prob. had sev. ch. but by ano. w. Ann, wh. surv. some of the foll. may have come: John; Ephraim, bapt. 6 July 1656; William; Daniel, both, 26 Apr. 1663; Robert, 11 Aug. 1667; Caleb; and Jabez; seven s. beside Abigail, who m. Ralph Day; Hannah Devotion, prob. w. of John; Rachel Stow dec.; and Sarah, unm. at the d. of f. EPHRAIM, Wrentham, s. of the preced. m. 6 Jan. 1686, Deborah Hawes, had Ephraim, b. 21 Oct. 1686; Daniel, 22 Sept. 1689; Deborah, 13 Sept. 1693; and Samuel, 29 Dec. 1695; and d. 22 Dec. 1704. ISAAC, Windsor, prob. s. of Samuel of the same, m. 10 or 20 May 1667, Hannah, d. of John Griffin, had Hannah, b. 10 Feb. 1688; and he d. 15 Nov. next yr. JOHN, s.of one of Winthrop's old neighb. came 1630 with the Gov. as also did a br. whose name is not ment. when the Gov. in the first letter aft. arr. to his eldest s. at Groton, directs him to tell "old Pond" both his s. are well. and remember their duty.
JOHN, Wrentham, s. of Daniel of Dedham, by w. Hannah, wh. d. 2 Jan. 1692, had Daniel, b. 2 Apr. 1690; and by w. Rachel, had Hannah, 16 Mar. 1694; and Rachel, 19 Oct. 1695. ROBERT, Dorchester, tho. not found in the list of Dr. Harris, was there to partake, 1638, [[vol. 3, p. 453]] in div. of Cow commons, d. 1637; his inv. is dat. 27 Dec. of that yr. and his wid. m. Edward Shepard of Cambridge. His derivat. was from Co. Suffk. and he may have been that br. of John, ment. in one of the first lett. of Gov. Winthrop His d. May was call eleven yrs. of age when her mo. join. Cambridge ch. wh. may be an ascert. day. She m. John Blackman. ROBERT, Milton, s. prob. of the preced. b. in Eng. adm. freem. 18 May 1642, by w. Mary Ball from Bury St. Edmunds, Co. Suffk. had Mary, b. 14 July 1657; Martha, 13 Apr. 1660; and ano. ch. possib. that Sarah wh. m. Desire Clap; and he d. bef. mid. life. His wid. m. 3 July 1663, Nicholas Allen, or Ellen, outliv. him, and m. Daniel Henshaw.
ROBERT, Wrentham, s. of Daniel, by w. Joanna had Ann, b. 2 Oct. 1689; Sarah, 30 Sept. 1692; Robert, wh. d. 28 May 1694; and Robert, again, 18 May 1695. SAMUEL, Windsor, by w. Sarah, m. 18 Nov. 1642, had Issac, b. 16 Mar. 1646; Samuel, 4 Mar. 1648; Nathaniel, 21 Sept. 1650; and Sarah, 11 Feb. 1653; and he d. 14 Mar. 1655. His s. Nathaniel was k. with his capt. Marshall in the great Narraganset fight, 19 Dec. 1675. Sarah m. Jonathan Hayt. or Hoyt, wh. sett. at Guilford. SAMUEL, Branford 1668, sign. the planta. and ch. covenant, and may therefore be thot. of ano. fam. or possib. was s. of the preced. He m. 1670, Miriam, d. of Thomas Blatchley of B. THOMAS, perhaps, for the surname is doubtful on the rec. of the customho. and by Mr. Hunter thot. as near to Pount as Pond, a passeng. in the Elizabeth and Ann, from London, 1635, aged 21. See the later read. of Geneal, Reg. XIV. 313.
WILLIAM, Dorchester 1648, perhaps s. of the first Robert of the same, b. in Eng. m. Mary, d. of George Dyer, had Samuel, wh. d. 2 Oct. 1657; Elizabeth and Martha, tw. 17 Feb. 1658, both d. in few days; Judith, 16 Oct. 1659; Thankful, 15 Jan. 1662; George 20 Jan. 1666; and Mindwell, 24 Aug. 1667; and perhaps William; was constable 1659, and d. 4 Apr. 1690, call. serg. and Judge Sewall says he d. suddenly. His wid. it is said, d. 16 Feb. 1711. Thankful m. 17 Nov. 1682, Philip Withington, and d. 23 Dec. 1711. Rebecca P. aged 18, came in the Bevis from Southampton, 1638, one of the serv. of Christopher batt. of the city of Salisbury. Of this name two had been gr. at Harv. one at Yale, and six at other N. E. coll. in 1826.
PONDER, JOHN, Westfield, m. 26 June 1668, Temperance, d. of Thomas Buckland, had Susanna, b. 11 Mar. 1669; John, Nov. 1670, d. young; Mary, 30 Sept. 1672; Elizabeth 3 Feb. 1675; Nathaniel, 3 Sept. 1677; John, again, 11 Mar. 1680; Thomas, 5 Mar. 1682; Martha, 27 Feb. 1684; and Sarah, 28 July 1686, d. at 4 yrs. He d. 1712, and his wid. d. 27 Oct. 1732.
PONTON, or PONTING, RICHARD, Boston, a husbandman, adm. of the ch. 28 Dec. 1649, had been bound, 1 Jan. 1641, for eight yrs. with his [[vol. 3, p. 454]] own assent, to John Read of Braintree, rem. to Hartford 1662, freem. 1663, d. or rem. bef. 1669
PONTUS, WILLIAM, Plymouth 1633, in 1643 not in the list of those able to bear arms, i. e. under the age of 60, d. 9 Feb. 1653, have. made his will 9 Sept. 1650, leav. two chl. only, with very small est. Mary wh. had m. 31 Oct. 1645, James Glass, and next, 1657, Philip Delano; and Hannah, wh. had m. 18 Dec. 1644, John Churchill, and next, 25 June 1669, Giles Rickard, and d. 22 Dec. 1690.
POOLE, POOL, or POLE, BENJAMIN, Weymouth, s. of Edward, was a soldier on Conn. riv. in Philip's war, 1676, and of him I hear no more. EDWARD, Newport 1638, prob. was of Weymouth most of his days, had Samuel, Isaac, Joseph, Benjamin, John, Sarah, and Jacob, nam. in this order in his will of 22 Aug. 1664, of wh. his w. was Extrix. pro. 16 Sept. foll. of wh. other three last were minors, and prob. Samuel the eldest. See Geneal. Reg. XII. 12 and 13. The w.'s name is not seen. ELIZABETH, Taunton 1637, the chief cause of build. at T. was maiden sis. of William, and elder than him, of a good fam. in heraldry, as well as religion, may be regard. as one of the most decid. proofs of the deep roots that puritanism had attain. in Eng. She d. 21 May 1654, aged 65. hav. made her will four days bef. in wh. John, eldest s. of her br. was nam. Excor. Abstr. of it is in Geneal. Reg. V. 262. See Winthrop I. 252.
HENRY, Boston, d. 14 Sept. 1643; may have been inf. ISAAC, Weymouth, s. of Edward, by w. Elishama had Margeret, b. 24 Aug. 1669; and perhaps others not on rec. or he may have rem. JOHN, Cambridge 1632, went to Lynn bef. 1638, when he had there 200 acres, and last of Reading, where his w. Margaret d. 29 Apr. 1662, and he d. 1 Apr. 1667. His will of 14 Feb. preced. made Jonathan his s. Excor. names other ch. Mary, and her h. Matthew Edwards, and her ch. Mary, Sarah, and Elizabeth also s.-in-law, William Barrett, whose w. Sarah (d. not of testat. but of Richard Champney) was d. also her ch. John and Lydia; also gr.ch. John, Sarah, and Mary P. wh. I presume to be ch. of his s. Jonathan; and lastly br. Armitage, and his three s. sis. Armitage and cous. Godfrey Armitage, and his w. and two ch. beside Mr. Dane of Andover, and his w. whose relationship is less appar.
JOHN, Boston 1670, s. of William, merch. freem. 1673, with prefix of respect. was disting. says Baylis I. 287, as an officer in Philip's war, yet possib. by that author mistake. for the Reading gent. He m. 28 Mar. 1672, Elizabeth d. of Gov. Brenton, not Benton, as in Geneal. Reg. V. 402. His w. was bapt. as the O. S. ch. rec. shows "at a ch. meeting at her ho." a very uncommon favor, if not unexampl. bef. that, in our country, and John, Elizabeth and Courtney, his and her ch. were bapt. some days aft.; William, 11 Jan. 1680; and Jane, 12 Nov. 1682. Bef. that time no ch. [[vol. 3, p. 455]] in N. E. had been bapt. exc. on the Lord's day, as Sunday was call. in law and popul. usage. JOHN, Weymouth, s. of Edward of the same, by w. Eliz had Susanna, b. 17 Dec. 1679; and by w. Joanna had Hannah, 24 Oct. 1687; and Joanna, 21 Dec. 1688.
JOHN, Beverly, a carpenter, m. Sarah, wid. of Richard Woodbury, wh. d. 13 Nov. 1716, had Jonathan, b. 1694; Miriam,, 1695; Robert, 1697; Ebenezer, 1699; and Joshua, 1700; rem. to Gloucester, and had Caleb, 1701; and John, 1703. For sec. w. he had Deborah Dodge, d. prob. of Samuel, but she d. 1 Feb. 1718; and his third w. Elizabeth Holmes, perhaps d.; of John of Salem, d. 13 July 1720; and he took fourth w. in May 1721, Abigail Ballard of Lynn, says Babson, and had Return in 1722; and Abigail, 1725; and he d. 19 May 1727. *JONATHAN, Reading, s. of the first John, had Sarah, b. 22 July 1656; Judah, a d. 1 Sept. 1658, prob. d. young; Mary, 21 Aug. 1660, d. next yr.; Mary, again, 14 Nov. 1662; and prob. a John; was much valu. in Philip's war, a capt. under major Appleton at Hudley, and Presid. of the counc. of war in the winter of 1675-6, rep. 1677, d. 24 Dec. 1678 aged 44. JOSEPH, Weymouth, s. of Edward, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 6 Dec. 1674; Mary, 20 Jan. 1681; Benjamin, 9 Feb. 1683; Margaret, 22 Apr. 1688; and by w. Mary had Abigail, 30 June 1690. RICHARD, New London, d. a 20 Apr. 1662, without w. or ch. gave his est. to w. and childr. of George Tongue.
SAMUEL, Boston, adm. of the ch. 19 June 1642, call. merch. with prefix of respect, had Ann, bapt. 7 Aug. next a. 8 days old; yet I kn. nothing more of him,unless he were that capt. wh. m. Silence, d. of Rev. Peter Saxton of Scituate, wh. d. bef. 1 Oct. 1651; or perhaps of Reading, where Eaton calls one early sett. by his name. SAMUEL, Weymouth, s. prob. eldest of Edward, by w. Mercy had Mary, b. 20 Nov. 1668. *WILLIAM, Dorchester, perhaps as early as 1630, yet most remarkable is it, that he was at Taunton sev. yrs. aft. 1637, there call. capt. rep. 1641, being br. of the patron saint of that newer town, but in rec.of D. describ. as town, clk. ten yrs. and oft. sch. master, while we do not learn whether these functions were fulfil. bef. he went or aft. his return, or partly both. My opinion is that not long aft. the d. of his sis. from whose will we learn more than by all other means a. his fam. he came back to D.and pass. the last 18 or 20 yrs. Certain. at D.he had Theophilus, b. 27 May, bapt. 3 June 1660, and his may render prob. that his elder s. and ds. John, Nathaniel, Timothy, Mary, and Bethesda, were b. at T. He d. at D. 24 Feb. 1675, aged 81; and his wid. wh. had been m. as early, I judge, as June 1638, perhaps Mary, d. of John Richmond, d. near the end of 1690. Timothy was drown. at T. 15 Dec. 1667; of Nathaniel nothing is heard exc. in the will of his aunt Elizabeth and it may be that he d. young; nor is more told of Theophilus [[vol. 3, p. 456]] than his b. and bapt.; Mary was sec. w. of Daniel Henchman, and Bethesda Poole (whose f. show. his relig. we may regret, more than his judgm. in taking for the d.'s name that of the intermit. fountain, of wh. the power is so beautiful. told in the narrat. of the evangelist) m. 1686 John Filer, as his sec. w. He had s. William, wh. was bapt. 20 June 1658 at Roxbury. Baylies derives the fam. from Taunton in Co. Somerset. WILLIAM, Brookhaven, L. I. 1680, perhaps was s. of the preced. Thompson.
POOR, or POORE, BENJAMIN, Newbury, s. of Samuel the first, m. 13 Apr. 1696, Mary, wid. of George Hardy, who d. 8 Aug. 1707, had Sarah, b. 6 Sept. 1697; and Ann, 31 Oct. 1700. DANIEL, Andover, is that youth, I suppose, aged 14, whose name on the list of passeng. in the Bevis from Southampton, 1638, is Dayell, coming with Alce or Alice P. aged 20, prob. his sis. and Samuel P. 18, perhaps their br. and others, under the designat. of serv. of Richard Dummer, m. 20 Oct. 1650, Mary Farnum, perhaps d. of Ralph; and d. 1713, it is said, aged 85, wh. is one of the very few instances of under estimate. Only s. Daniel. and John, are nam.; and of John the d. is so early as 24 Dec. 1690, that perhaps he was never m. But seven fem. Poors are as early found to m. and all may have been his ds. viz. Martha, with Jon Granger, 9 Feb. 1680; Hannah, with Francis Dane, jr. 16 Nov. 1681; Eliz, with Jacob Marston, 7 Apr. 1686; Priscilla, with Abraham Moore, 14 Dec. 1687; Deborah, with Timothy Osgood, 29 May 1689; Ruth, with John Stevens, 20 Dec. 1689; and Lucy, with Samuel Austin, 11 Oct. 1691. DANIEL Andover, s. of the preced. by w. Michitable had Daniel, Mehitable, John, Samuel, Joseph, and Thomas; yet the dates of b. are not kn. of either, and a from the rec. is kn. that Mehitable d. 14 Jan. 1691, prob. quite young; while of Thomas, we doubt whether it be this s. of Daniel, or ano. whose d. is ment. 7 Feb. 1695. He d. 1735, aged 79. EDWARD, Newbury, s. of John the first, or perhaps of Samuel, by w. Elizabeth had Stephen, b. 20 Apr. 1688; Elizabeth 21 Mar. 1690; and Joseph, 15 Apr. 1704.
HENRY, Newbury, s. of John, m. 12 Sept. 1679, Abigail, d. of sec. Thomas Hale, had Abigail, b. 9 Sept. 1680; Henry, 31 Jan. 1682; Jeremiah, 10 Jan. 1684; Mary, 10 Apr. 1686, d. soon; Mary, again, 20 Sept. 1687; Hannah, 19 July 1692; Sarah, 18 Jan. 1694; Benjamin, 1696; and Daniel, 1700; was taxed in Rowley 1691. JOHN, Newbury, an early sett. said to have emigr. from Co. Wilts, was, I think, elder br. of Daniel and Samuel; had Jonathan; John, b. 21 June 1642; Hannah, 14 Oct. 1645, d. young; Elizabeth 8 Nov. 1647; Hannah, again, 25 Mar. 1649; Henry, 13 Dec. 1650; Mary, 6 Mar. 1652, d. at 6 mos.; Joseph, 4 Oct. 1653; Mary, again, 12 Dec. 1654, wh. m. 6 Dec. 1670, Samuel Pearson; Lydia, 5 Dec. 1656; Edward, 4 Apr. [[vol. 3, p. 457]] 1658; Abigail, 23 Mar. 1660, d. soon; and Abigail, again, 5 Aug. 1661; and he d,. 23 Nov. 1684, aged 69. His wid. d. says Coffin, 3 Dec. 1702. JOHN, Hampton, m. 13 Mar. 1661, Sarah, d. of John Brown of the same, had Sarah, b. 10 Dec. 1661; John, 3 Apr. 1664; Richard, 28 Oct. 1666; John, again, 30 Sept. 1668; Sarah, again, 3 Apr. 1671; Mary, 6 June 1673; and Deborah, 13 Nov. 1675. he was a mariner of Charlestown, where all but two of these ch. were b. and his w. d. 28 Dec. 1678 of smallpox, and there he m. 12 Aug. 1680, Elizabeth d. of John Burrage, wid. of Thomas Dean, had Thomas, b. 27 Dec. 1682; Bethia, 1684; and Silence, posthum. 20 Sept. 1686; but the last two d. soon; and he d. 19 May 1686.
JOHN, Newbury, s. of John the first, m. 27 Feb. 1667, Mary, d. of William Titcomb. had John, b. 7 May 1668, d. at 5 mos.; Mary, 9 Aug. 1669; Sarah, 27 oct. 1671; Elizabeth 26 July 1674; Hannah, 16 Aug. 1677; Jonathan, 5 Feb. 1679; Judith, 22 May 1681; and John, again, 26 June 1683; was freem. 1670, and d. 15 Feb. 1701. JOSEPH, Newbury, br. of the preced. m. 6 Aug. 1680, Mary, d. prob. of Nicholas Wellington, had Joseph, b. 25 Apr. 1685; Benjamin, 7 Nov. 1687; Sarah, 12 May 1690; Mary, 12 Aug. 1692; Abigail, 1 Aug. 1695; Hannah, 3 Apr. 1698; John, 1 Aug. 1701; and Lydia, 14 Mar. 1704. JOSEPH, Newbury, s. of Samuel, m. 16908, Ann Johnson, had Catharine, b. 18 Feb. 1699; and Joseph, 9 Apr. 1701. NICHOLAS, Lynn 1637. Lewis. SAMUEL, Newbury, prob. that passeng. in the Bevis from Southampton, 1638, aged 18, wh. may be br. of Daniel, Alce, and John, fellow-passeng. had Rebecca, b. 7 Feb. 1649; Mary, 21 Mar. 1651; Samuel, 14 Oct. 1653; Edward, 27 May 1656; Elizabeth 21 Jan. 1659; Joseph, 10 June 1661; Sarah, 4 June 1664; Benjamin 22 Feb. 1667; and Mary, 21 Feb. 1671; and he was freem. 1673, d. 31 Dec. 1683, by Coffin call. 60 yrs. old, but prob. was 3 yrs. more.
SAMUEL, Newbury, s. of the preced. m. 16 Feb. 1680, Rachel, d. of John Bailey, and Rebecca, b. 18 Jan. 1681; Samuel, 3 June 1682, wh. liv. to 11 July 1769; Judith, d. soon; Sarah, 12 July 1686; Eleanor, 15 Dec. 1689; and Rebecca, again, 1 Mar. 1694. THOMAS, Andover 1645, may be he whose d. is on rec. 1695.
POPE, BENJAMIN, Salem, s. of Joseph the first, m. Damaris Shattuck, d. of Samuel of Salem, had Benjamin, to wh. was giv. 13 Apr. 1702, admin. on est. of his f.; Samuel; Ebenezer; and Jerome; and their mo. having their proport. EPHRAIM, Boston, d. 1677, in his will of 27 June 1676, names only Ephraim, and Elizabeth as his ch. The s. d. of smallpox, Nov. 1678. JOHN, Dorchester, came prob. 1633, with w. Jane, was a shoemaker, freem. 3 Sept. 1634, perhaps brot. two or three ch. and here had John,b. 30 June 1635; Nathan, wh. was b. as is said, but certain. 1641; and by w. Alice had Thomas, 27 Dec. 1643; and perhaps that [[vol. 3, p. 458]] Margaret, w. of John P. whose gr.-st. says she d. 20 Oct. 1702, or 1672, as sometimes read, aged 74, was his third w. He was one of the founders of the new ch. for Richard Mather, 1636; d. 12 Apr. 1646. Of his will the abstr. may be seen in Geneal. Reg. VII. 229; yet why it was not pro. bef. 5 June 1649 and inv. delay. to four days preced. would be difficult to guess, unless we suppose the last fig. to be erron. It ment. w. and a d. but no s. four serv. br. Thomas, and Joshua, my sis.s h. We might by this docum. judge the testator to have been a weaver, rather than a shoemaker. But early acco. is sadly confus. of all the Dorchester Popes; and the most patient of their inquir. cannot wholly unravel. One Jane, wh. d. 12 Jan. 1663, in her will of 18 Apr. preced. gives to her d. Patience, w. of Edward Blake; but whether she was w. of this John, or when that d. was b. I find not. See Geneal. Reg. XI. 339.
JOHN, Dorchester, perhaps s. of the preced. by w. Beatrice had John, b. 1 July 1658; Jane, 12 May 1677; and Joseph, 17 Oct. 1680, d. in one wk. as says Geneal. reg. V. 465, and adds that his wid. Beatrice was at Lancaster, 1700. In Hist. of D. 74, John P. sen. d. 19 Oct. 1686, but this may not of necessity deny a former John, any more than it would make Margaret w. of John, wh. d. Oct. 1672, as it declares, the same Margaret left wid. of John 19 Oct. 1686. JOHN, Springfield 1678, prob. rem. to Windsor 1683, there d. that yr. unm. it is thot. JOSEPH, Salem, came in the Mary and John of London, 1634, freem. 17 May 1637, there by w. Gertrude, had Damaris, bapt. 23 Apr. 1643; Hannah, 20 July 1645, d. young; Hannah, again, 26 Mar. 1648; George, 8 July 1659, wh. prob. d. young; Joseph, 27 oct. 1650; Benjamin, Apr. 1653; and Samuel, 18 May 1656; beside Enos, not bapt.; in 1658, was punish. for going to Quaker meet. and d. a. 1667. His will of 11 Sept. 1666, pro. 27 June foll. made w. Gertrude extrix, and name. the two ds. and four s. last ment. Damaris m. Joshua Buffum; and Hannah m. Caleb Buffum.
JOSEPH, Salem, s. of the preced. liv. at the vill. wh. was made Danvers, freem. 1690, m. Bathshua Folger, had Nathaniel, b. 20 Nov. 1679; Joseph, wh. d. young; Bathshua, 9 Apr. 1683; Gertrude, 27 Aug. 1685; Joseph, again, 16 June 1687; Enos, 6 June 1690; Eleazer, 4 Dec. 1693; and Jerusha, 1 Apr. 1695; and he d. 1712. His will of 25 Jan. pro. 3 Mar. of that yr. names all the ch. but the first two, and notes that the eldest d. was infirm of mind. as prob. had been her mo. at least she was much afflict. in the witchcraft days; also names Mary, and Sarah, ch. of his s. Nathaniel. dec. bef. 1711. RICHARD, Dorchester 1635, but Mr. Clap thinks was not long there, and he call. br. by Joseph in his will.
SAMUEL, Salem, br. of the preced. m. 28 Jan. 1686, Exercise Smith, had Damaris, b. Feb. 1687, d. in few mos.; Samuel, 11 June 1689; Margaret, 21 Oct. 1691; Enos, 1 Feb. 1695; [[vol. 3, p. 459]] Hannah, 17 Feb. 1697; Elizabeth 23 May; 1698; Eunice, 12 Aug. 1700; and Ruth, 11 Mar. 1705, d. soon. SETH, Dartmouth 1686. THOMAS, Plymouth 1631, m. 28 July 1637, Ann, d. of Gabriel Fallowell, had Hannah, wh. m. Joseph Bartlett, and d. 12 Mar. 1710, aged 71. When this w. d. is not told, but he m. sec. w. 29 May 1646, Sarah, d. of John Jenney, had Seth, b. 13 Jan. 1648; Thomas, 25 Mar. 1651; John, 15 Mar. 1653; and Susanna, wh. m. 7 Nov. 1666, Jacob Mitchell, and being call. in 1663 eldest d. of said P. by w. Sarah requires us to believe that ano. d. foll. In 1675, he was 67 yrs. old.
THOMAS, Dorchester, perhaps br. of John of the same, had Thomas, b. 26 Dec. 1670; and Alice, 23 Dec. 1676; as says Geneal. Reg. 465, where it adds that he m. 18 Nov. 1681, Margaret Long. THOMAS, Suffield, by w. Margaret, had Mindwell, b. 1687; and his w. d. next yr. at Springfield. One of these two Thomases prob. tho. wh. of them may be hard to guess, was of Hempstead on L. I. WALTER, Charlestown 1634, d. bef. 1640, leav. one ch. to wh. the town made a gr. Frothingham, 80. WALTER, Charlestown, had Mary, wh. m. Joseph Miller. Five of this name at Harv. three at Yale, and two at other N. E. coll. had been gr. 1834.
PORTAGE, GEORGE, Boston, merch. by w. Elizabeth d. of Simon Lynde, had Judith, b. 26 Feb. 1685, d. young; Hannah, 13 Feb. 1687.; Samuel, 15 Apr. 1689; Judith, again, 16 Sept 1691; Elizabeth 16 May 1696, d. next yr. and George, wh. d. without ch. I think he rem. from Boston, prob. from the Prov. Hannah m. 16 Sept. 1714, James Bowdoin of Boston, was mo. of James, H. C. 1745, the disting. Presid. of the Convent. 1780, that framed our Mass. Const. first Presid. of A. A. S. and sec. Gov. of the Commonwealth.
PORTER, ABEL, Boston, was m. when adm. of the ch. 23 Jan. by w. Ann, wh. had been wid. of William Simmons, had John, bapt. 19 Nov. a. 7 days old, but by the rec. of town, b. 27 Nov. 1643; prob. also, Abel, and perhaps others. He may have been adm. freem. 2 June 1641, and the name writ. Parr, d. 10 Mar. 1685, aged 73, says the gr.-st. ABEL, Boston, perhaps s. of the preced. freem. 1672, then call. junr. was one of a new milit. comp. Sept. 1677. BENJAMIN, Farmington, youngest s. of Robert, d. young, without ch. and his wid. m. June 1689, Edmund Scott, and bore him eight ch. BENJAMIN, Salem, s. of John of the same. d. 1701. But he had been murder. nine yrs. bef. as a witness sw. 31 May 1692, was confess. to her by a witch. DANIEL, Farmington, a surgeon, for sev. yrs. had pay from the Col. by w. Mary had Daniel, b. 2 Feb. 1653; Mary, 5 Feb. 1655; Nehemiah, 24 Oct. 1656; Richard, 24 Mar. 1658; Ann, 1661; John, 14 Nov. 1662; and Samuel, 24 Oct. 1665; all exc. Mary, in 1688, provid. for by deed in Aug. of that yr. to avoid making a will under Andro's admin.; he d. 1690. Of the descend. some went to Waterbury. Mary [[vol. 3, p. 460]] m. Eleazer Knowles; and Ann d. unm.
DANIEL, Waterbury, s. of the preced. had Daniel, b. 5 Mar. 1699; James, 20 Apr. 1700; Thomas, 1 Apr. 1702; Deborah, 6 Mar. 1704; Ebenezer, 24 Dec. 1708; and Ann, 28 Apr., 1712. He inherit. his father's gift, as a natural bonesetter, and d. 18 Jan. 1727; and his wid. Deborah, prob. mo. of all the ch. d. 14 May 1765. EDWARD, Roxbury, came 1636, with two ch. John, a. 3 yrs. old; and William a. 1 yr.; and by w. Elizabeth here had Elizabeth bapt. 25 Dec. 1637; Hannah, b. 18 Oct. 1639; Mary, bapt. 29 May 1642; Joseph, 25 May 1644; Deborah, b. 26 Apr. bapt. 3 May 1646; was freem. 17 May 1637, rem. to Boston; there Elizabeth m. 23 Feb. 1659, Joshua Nash; Hannah m. Apr. 1663, Fathergone Dinely; and Mary m. Peter Bennett. EXPERIENCE, Hadley, s. of the first Samuel of the same, m. Abigail, youngest d. of Samuel Williams of Roxbury, had there ten ch. and rem. 1725 to Mansfield. GEORGE, Salem 1647. Felt. HEZEKIAH, Hadley, freem. 1690, was of Samuel of the same, had ten ch. there, rem. to Hartford, and had two more. HEZEKIAH, Windsor, s. of the sec. John of the same, m. 7 June 1700, Mary Bissell, had, as Stiles says, 754, Hezekiah, b. 7 July 1699; Deborah, 1 Mar 1703; James, 11 May 1706; Lois, 19 Mar. 1708; and Samuel, 23 Mar. 1709. In the list of Errata, I see no correction of supicious dates. ISRAEL, Salem, d. 30 Jan. 1678, aged 32. ISRAEL, Salem, s. of John of the same, m. 20 Nov. 1672, Elizabeth d. of William Hathorne, had Elizabeth b. 2 Oct. 1673; Sarah, 24 Aug. 1675; John, 24 Sept. 1677; Gingen, a d. 8 Dec. 1679; Mary, 22 Sept. 1681, d. at 9 mos.; Israel, 4 Apr. 1683; Benjamin, 4 Sept. 1685, d. at 6 yrs.; Ann, 17 June 1687; William, 12 Feb. 1689; and Benjamin, again, 17 May 1693; was selectman 1686, and freem. 1690, then of the vill. now Danvers.
ISRAEL, Hadley, freem. 1684. JAMES, Windsor, sec. s. of the sec. John of the same, m. 15 Jan. 1680, Sarah, eldest d. of Owen Tudor, had James, b. 13 Oct. 1680, d. soon; Mary, 4 June 1682, d. at 2 yrs. Isaac, 13 July 1683, d. 1 May foll.; Mary, 23 Sept. 1684.; and Sarah, 31 May 1686; went to Eng. was in 1690 a merch. of distinct. in London, wh. declin. the office of agent for the Col.
JOHN, Windsor, among the earliest sett. 1638 and so it is by some presumed that he went from Dorchester, but more prob. is it, that he had been short time only in Mass. and accomp. Rev. Ephraim Hewett, bring beside the six ch. ment. in his will, Sarah and Joseph, nam. by Goodwin, constable 1640, rep. 1646 and 7; and add. to ch. by w. Rose, b. prob. in Eng. at W. had Nathaniel, b. 19 July 1640; and Ann, sometimes call. Hannah, 4 Sept. 1642; and Parsons, in Geneal. Reg. V. 359, says he d. 21 Apr. 1648, and was bur. next day. But his will of the day preced. was not carr. to Court bef. June of next yr. It gives eldest s. John, £100; sec. James, £60; Samuel, Nathaniel, Rebecca, Rose, Mary, and Ann, ea. £30. His wid. was bur. 20 days aft. [[vol. 3, p. 461]] him. Sarah m. 24 Oct. 1644, Joseph Judson, Roxbury, freem. 5 Nov. 1633, had w. Margaret, rem. to Boston, there a supporter of Wheelwright, and disarmed 1637, soon rem. to R. I. signed their compact 1638, was an Assist. 1641 and aft. for some yrs. liv. at Portsmouth, R. I. 1655 and Wickford, 1674. Haz. II. 612. He had a d. perhaps nam. Hannah, wh. m. the sec. Samuel Wilbor.

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