WILLIAM, PlYmouth, came in the Mayflower, 1620, serv. to Gov. Carver, only a youth, and, in 1627, had sh. in the div. of cattle, being in the lot with Gov. Bradford, yet was never nam. as one of the Mayflower's comp. in 1620 when he was a boy under Carver's charge, and for the div. of lds. in 1624, with ano. serv. of C. may have help. John Howland to count four heads. By the discov. of Bradford's Hist. his right to passage in the first sh. is prov. He was of Duxbury 1637-9, and Marshfield [[vol. 3, p. 59]] 1643, and 8, and in Bradford we see, that aft. so long resid. here, he went home to Eng. thence to the Bahamas, and d. of starvation. Of one Latham, in our country, there is idle tradit. that he was brot. up with Charles I. but no benefit or evil of the companionsh. is boasted.
LATHROP. See Lothrop.
LATTIMORE, or LATIMER, CHRISTOPHER, Marblehead 1648, in 1663 sold dwel.-ho. to Robert Hooper, but was there liv. 1675. HUGH, Marblehead, perhaps s. of the preced. m. 1669, Mary, d. of Susanna, w. of William Pitt, or Pitts, prob. by Philip Alley, her former h. JOHN, Wethersfield, had Rebecca, b. 1646; Naomi, 1648; Abigail, 1649; John, 1650; Elisheba, 1652; Jonathan, 1655; and Bezaleel, 1657; all with w. Ann nam. in his will 1662, when he d. Elizabethm. Thomas Hollister of W. ROBERT, New London, mariner, a. 1660, m. prob. at Boston, Ann, wid. of Matthew Jones, and d. of George Griggs, had Robert, b. 5 Feb. 1664; and Elizabeth 14 Nov. 1667; and he d. 1671. Elizabeth m. Jonathan Prentiss. ROBERT, New London, s. of the preced. d. 2 Nov. 1728, leav. John, perhaps H. C. 1703; Robert; Jonathan; Samuel; and Peter.
LATTING, LETTEN, or LETTIN, JOSIAH, Huntington, or Oyster Bay, L. I. 1685, was s. prob. of Richard. RICHARD, Concord, had Josiah, b. 20 Feb. 1641; and ano. s. on 12 Sept. 1643; but the rec. gives not the name; rem. to Fairfield, and thence in few yrs. to L. I. a. Huntington. In 1663 he was order. to depart for not submit. to jurisdict. of Conn. and in Nov. 1672 was by New York denounc. for disloyal speech against the Duke.
LAUGHTON, THOMAS, Boston 1660. He was of Lynn 1666-79, and prob. had s. Thomas, as he is call. sen. in later yrs.
LAURENSON, JAMES, and JOHN, Newtown, L. I. 1686, were prob. of Dutch descent.
LAURIE, FRANCIS, Salem, of wh. the Hist. Coll. of Essex Inst. Ir. 15, gives all that I have learn. that his will of 6 Nov. 1665, pro. June foll. ment. s.-in-law John Neal and w. Mary, and gr.ch. Jeremiah, John Jonathan, Joseph, and Lydia But conject. is bold eno. to suggest, that the same man is intend. where Felt, II. 447, places the graveyard "on the hill above Francis Lawe's ho.;" and there is no doubt of the soundness of the conject. after turn. to the artic. Lawes in this volume; but whose reading, Felt's or Patch's should be prefer. must be left to ano. eye to decide. GILBERT, Boston 1686, went to preach that yr. in abs. of Moody, at Portsmouth, was prob. a Scotchman, and may be presum. to have gone home in 1689.
LAVENUKE, STEPHEN, a Frenchman, m. 25 Sept. 1672, Mary Dival, perhaps French also, had Isabella, b. 22 Dec. 1673; Judith, 1677, wh. d. 22 Apr. 1758; and Stephen, in 1678, wh. d. 1 Jan. 1764.
LAVERICK, JOHN, perhaps at Watertown, as serv. of Richard Kimball, came at the age of 15, in the Elizabeth from Ipswich, 1634.
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LAVERS, GEORGE, and JACOB, Portsmouth 1683, petitioners to the king against Gov. Cranfield that yr. Belkn. I. 473.
LAW, ANDREW, Hingham 1604, had Joshua, Josiah, and Caleb, is by Farmer erron. giv. I suppose, for Lane, wh. see. JOHN, Concord, m. 5 Mar. 1660, Lydia, d. of Roger Draper, had John, b. 1661; Thomas, 1663; Stephen, 1665; and Samuel. JONATHAN, Milford 1667, freem. 1669, perhaps only s. of Richard, m. Sarah, d. of George Clark, by her had Jonathan, b. 6 Aug. 1674, H. C. 1695, wh. was Ch. Just. 16 yrs. and a disting. Gov. of Conn. LYMAN, Gravesend, L. I. 1650. Thompson. RICHARD, Wethersfield 1638, may, therefore, have first been at Watertown, m. Margaret, eldest d. of Thomas Kilbourne, had Abigail, Jonathan, and Sarah, and prob. more ch.; rem. early to Stamford, may have been rep. in New Haven Ct. certain. was, aft. the union, in Conn. 1665, 6, 9, and 72. His d. Abigail m. Jonathan Sellick; and Sarah m. John Sellick. WILLIAM, Rowley 1643. Pro. rec. show that he was d. 1669, leav. w. Faith and four ch. Fifteen of this name, oft. in old rec. hav. es final, had, in 1829, been gr. at the N. E. coll. most at Yale.
LAWES, FRANCIS, Salem, a weaver, b. at Norwich, Eng. emb. at Ipswich 8 Apr. arr. at Boston 20 June 1637, with w. Lydia, aged 49, one ch. Mary, and two serv. Samuel Lincoln, 18; and Ann Smith, 19. He was freem. 2 June 1641, and d. a. 1666. Mary, m. John Neal, and, next, Andrew Mansfield. See Laurie.
LAWRENCE, BENJAMIN, Charlestown, sec. s. of George of Watertown, m. in Boston, 4 July 1689, Mary Clough, perhaps d. of John, had John, bapt. 22 Nov. 1696; Abigail, 30 Oct. 1698; William, and Elizabeth tw. 14 July 1700, both d. soon; Elizabeth again, 4 Oct. 1702; Benjamin, 10 Sept. 1704; and Mary, 28 Feb. 1707; but all these by sec. w. Ann, wid. of Benjamin Phillips, wh. he m. 3 Feb. 1696, wh. d. 11 Jan. 1716, aged only 37, says Bond, wh. is a strange error, for she bore her first ch. to former h. above 36 yrs. bef. On 18th Nov. of the same yr. he took third w. Ann, wid. of Nathaniel Adams, d. of Nathaniel Coolidge of Watertown; and she d. 28 Dec. 1718, aged 47, so that 9 July foll. he could take his fourth w. Elizabeth Bennett, wh. outliv. him, and he a. 26 Nov. 1738, aged 75. DANIEL, Charlestown, tw. br. of the preced. a painter, m. 19 June 1689, Sarah, d. of Edward Counts, wh. prob. brot. him no h. and d. in few yrs.; serv. in the army, and was in the garrison at Brookfield tak. by the Ind. in the assault, 27 July 1693, but was recov. got back to Charlestown, there by w. Hannah Mason, m. Nov. 1695, had Daniel, bapt. 9 Aug. 1696; Samuel, 22 May 1698, at Mather's ch. in Boston; Hannah, 26 Feb. 1700, at C.; Sarah, 29 Mar. 1702, d. soon; Lydia, 30 Jan. 1704; and Sarah, again, 3 Feb. 1706. His w. d. 27 Aug. 1721, aged 56, and he m. 23 Aug. foll. Maud, d. of the Hon. James [[vol. 3, p. 61]] Russell; and d. 20 Oct. 1743.
DAVID, New Hampsh. 1683, a. 1710, leav. wid. Mary, ch. Joseph, David, and Phebe, and gr.ch. David, and Jonathan. ENOCH, Groton, s. of John of the same, m. 6 Mar. 1677, Ruth, wid. of John Shattuck, d. of John Whitney, had Nathaniel, b. 21 Feb. 1678; Daniel, 7 Mar. 1681; Zechariah, 16 July 1 683; and Jeremiah, 1 May 1686; d. at gr. age 28 Sept. 1744. GEORGE, Watertown, m. 29 Sept. 1657, Elizabeth d. prob. of Benjamin Crispe, had Elizabeth b. 30 Feb. says the rec. mean. perhaps 28, 1659; Judith, 12 May 1660; Hannah, 24 Mar. 1662; John, 25 Mar. 1664, k. by accid. at ten yrs.; Benjamin, and Daniel, tw. 2 May 1666; George, 4 June 1668; Sarah; Mary, 4 Dec. 1671; Martha; and Grace, 3 June 1680. His w. d. 28 May 1681, and he m. 16 Aug. 1691, Elizabeth perhaps wid. of Joseph Holland, had Joseph; and Rachel, and Patience, tw. 14 July 1694. He d. 21 Mar. 1709. Elizabeth m. 29 Jan. 1679, Thomas Whitney; Judith m. John Stearns; Hannah m. prob. Obadiah Sawtell; Sarah m. Thomas Rider; Mary m. 5 Apr. 1689, John Earle, and, next, Michael Flagg; Martha m. 29 Nov. 1697, John Dix; and Grace m. an Edes.
GEORGE, Watertown, s. of the preced. by w. Mary had Mary, b. 16 Feb. 1697; George, 3 June 1698; Elizabeth 9 Oct. 1700; John, 20 Feb. 1704; David, 16 July 1706; Sarah, 20 Jan. 1709; William, 20 May 1711; and Ann, 1 Mar. 1714, and he d. 5 Mar. 1736. HENRY, Charlestown 1635. Frothingham, 84. A wid. Christian wh. Bond thot. to be his, d. 3 Mar. 1648. ISAAC, Norwich, s. of the first John, m. 19 Apr. 1682, Abigail, d. of John Bellows. JOHN, Watertown, freem. 17 Apr. 1637, by w. Elizabeth had John, b. 14 Mar. 1636; Nathaniel, 15 Oct. 1639; Joseph, Mar. 1642, a. at 2 mos.; Joseph, again, 30 May 1643; Jonathan, perhaps his tw. br. d. soon; Mary, 16 July 1645; Peleg, 10 Jan. 1647; Enoch, 5 Mar. 1649; Samuel; Isaac; Elizabeth 9 May 1665; Jonathan, again; and Zechariah, 9 Mar. 1669; all at w. exec. Elizabeth b. at Boston, wh. may however have been ano. John's. He rem. a. 1662 to Groton, and his w. d. there 29 Aug. 1663; and he m. 2 Nov. 1664, Susanna, d. of William Batchelor of Charlestown, had Abigail, b. 11 Jan. 1666, prob. a. young; and Susanna, 3 July 1667. He d. 11 July 1667, and his wid. rem. to Charlestown, there d. 8 July 1668. His will, of 24 Apr. 1667, provides for w. and ch. as well as all the ch. of the former w. exec. John, and Peleg, wh. may have been bef. provid. for by deeds. His wid. in her will, names f. and mo. Batchelor, sis. Rachel Atwood, and Abigail Austin, and both her own ch. but in the will of gr.f only Susanna, her d. is nam. so that we may infer, that Abigail was dec. bef. Feb. 1670, when his will was made. Mary m. 25 Aug. 1663, Indigo Potter, so shortly bef. the dec. of her mo. that her f. notic. it in his will.
JOHN, Charlestown, s. of the preced. by w. Susanna had Hannah, b. 22 [[vol. 3, p. 62]] Feb. 1659; Abigail, a. 1661; Sarah; David; and John, bapt. aft. his mo.'s 2d m. at her req. 24 Apr. 1681, as she join. the ch. 6 Mar. bef. then wid. of the first Thomas Tarbell. He d. 1672, his inv. was tak. 17 June; and his wid. m. 15 Aug. 1676, Thomas Tarbell. JOHN, Newtown, L. I. one of the patentees of Hempstead 1644, was there in 1655, but was first of Ipswich, came at the age of 17 with his mo. Joan Tuttle, and sixteen other Tuttles, in the Planter, from London, 1635, hav. certif. from St. Albans, Co. Herts; after the conq. of New York, rem. thither and was an alderman, mayor of the city, judge of the Sop. Ct. of the Prov. d. 1699. He had Joseph, John, Thomas, Martha, Susanna, and Mary, wh. were all m. but none left issue to reach maturity exc. this last, whose h. was William Whittingham.
JOHN, Boston, m. 8 Feb. 1654, Elizabeth Atkinson, had Elizabeth b. 9 May 1653, but wh. the w. was, or his parentage, is unkn. Perhaps he was the pub. executioner, appoint. 1669, serv. many yrs. complain. of inadequacy of support by loss of employm. JOHN, Boston, of that pt. call Muddy riv. now Brookline, m. 30 Sept. 1657, Sarah, d. of Thomas Buckminster, or by rec. Buckmaster. JOHN, Wrentham, by w. Sarah, wh. d. 25 Mar. 1684, had Mary, b. 16 Mar. 1682. JOHN, Hadley, br. of Daniel, m. 1684, Sarah Smith, d. of Samuel of Hadley, had John, b. 1686, d. next yr.; Mary, 1688; Deliverance, 1693; and Sarah, 1694. He was k. by the Ind. 1694 at Brookfield, whither he had recent. rem. His wid. m. 1705, Ebenezer Wells of Hatfield. NATHANIEL, Groton, s. of John, freem. 1672, m. 13 Mar. 1660, Sarah, d. of John Morse of Sudbury, had Nathaniel, b. 4 Apr. 1661; Sarah, 1 Jan. 1663, d. soon, both at S.; Hannah, 3 July 1664; John, 29 July 1667, wh. d. at Lexington, 12 Mar. 1746; Mary, 3 Mar. 1670; Sarah, again, 16 May 1672; Elizabeth 6 Sept. 1674, d. next yr.; Elizabeth again; and Deborah, 24 Mar. 1683; and by sec. w. Hannah had Hannah, again, 26 Apr. 1687; Mary, again, 16 Oct. 1690; and Jonathan, 14 June 1696; and d. 14 Apr. 1724. As in his will of 4 Aug. 1718, no w. is nam. it may seem prob. that she was d. His s. John of Lexington, blacksmith, had Amos, youngest of ten ch. whose third s. Samuel was f. of Amos, Luther, William, Abbot, the min. of the U. S. at the Court of London, and Samuel, all disting. in our day for pub. serv. and private munif.
NICHOLAS, Charlestown 1648, may have been that br. of first John, design. by his will. NICHOLAS, Dorchester, 8. of Thomas, by w. Mary had Patience, b. 13 June 1658, d. young; and he d. 1685; in his will of 26 Jan. pro. 21 May of that yr. gives his w. Mary, and eldest s. Without nam. him, and calls the ch. Mary, Rebecca, Nicholas, and Benjamin. PELEG, Groton, br. of Nathaniel, m. 1668, Elizabeth d. of John Morse, had Eliab, b. 9 Jan. 1669; Samuel, 16 Oct. 1671; Eleazer, 28 Feb. 1674; Elizabeth wh. d. 10 Oct. [[vol. 3, p. 63]] 1685; Jonathan, 29 Mar. 1679; Abigail, 6 Oct. 1681; Jeremiah, 3 Jan. 1687, d. soon; Joseph, 12 June 1688; Daniel; and Susanna; and d. 1692.
RICHARD, Branford 1646, had Betbia, and Esther, both bapt. at New Haven, 1 June 1652, wh. are not found on the rec. of b. at B. but others are, Eleazer, b. 17 Jan. 1668; Eldad, 15 July 1655, d. soon; and Sarah, 27 May 1657. He sign. the agreem. for rem. to New Jersey 1666, and was estab. at Passaic, June 1668. ROBERT, Falmouth 1680, m. Mary, wid. of George Munjoy, d. of John Phillips of Dorchester, was a man of distinct. lieut. of the town, k. at the tak. May 1690, by the Fr. and Ind. and his wid. had third h. Stephen Cross, 1690, at Boston. Willis, I. 212. THOMAS, Hingham 1638, m. Elizabeth d. of James Bates of Dorchester, had Nicholas, b. at H.; Mary and Elizabeth at D. d. 5 Nov. 1655, and his wid. rem. to Dorchester with her ch. Nicholas, bef. ment.; Mary, wh. m. 28 Oct. 1608, Thomas Maudesley, and Elizabeth m. 31 Dec. 1658, William Smead. THOMAS, Milford 1639, an orig. sett. d. 1648.
THOMAS, Newtown, L. I. 1656, may have been of Stamford 1670, was br. of John and William of Newtown, and much engag. in the politics of N. Y. 1689, d. 1703. Acco. of him and both brs. with large genealog. details is in Riker's Ann. of N. 281-290. THOMAS, Brookfield, br. of Daniel, was k. by the Ind. 27 July 1693. WILLIAM, Duxbury 1643. At D. he m. a d. of Francis Sprague. WILLIAM, Newtown, L. I. 1645, may be the youth wh. was emb. in the Planter at London, 1635, aged 12, with elder br. John and Thomas, bef. ment. liv. first at Ipswich with his mo. was a man of gr. energy, d. 1680, had childr. by two ws. and his wid. m. Sir Philip Carteret, Gov. of N. J. Seven of this name had been gr. at Harv. and six at other N. E. coll. in 1831.
LAWSON, CHRISTOPHER, Exeter 1639, rem. to Boston, by w. Elizabeth had Thomas, b. 4 May 1643; and Mary, 27 Oct. 1645; was a cooper, rem. to Maine bef. 1665, there purch. Swan isl. in Kennebeck riv. from the Ind. and was an import. man. Sullivan, 290; Holmes, I. 349-; Folsom, 128; Williamson, II. 172. Yet so ill did he agree with his br. that their mut. complaints came to the Gen. Ct. 1669. DEODATE, Scituate, s. of Rev. Thomas of Denton, Co. Norfk. Eng. is first heard of at Martha's Vineyard 1676, had been bred to divinity, I presume, but kn. nothing, for even Cotton Mather, tho. he gives him a place among his contempo. fellow serv. in Hecatompolis, felt unable to introduce him into either of his three classes; liv. aft. few yrs. at Boston, join. with our third, or Old South, ch. (had it been the sec. wh. then was taught by the Mathers, f. and s. his name would have found, as it should, room in the Magnalia, III.).
He took the o. of freem. 1680, was call. to preach 1683 at Salem vill. now Danvers, where no ch. was yet form. but George Burrows had taught the people above two yrs. and they [[vol. 3, p. 64]] would have ord. Lawson in the latter pt. of 1686; but hav. lost his first w. and her d. Ann, he lucki. for him went to sett. at Scituate sec. ch. of wh. he was third min. and dism. in 1698 for hav. been abs. more than two yrs. gone home. At Boston, by w. Jane he had Deodate, b. 1682; and he had sec. w. Deborah Allen, m. 6 May 1690, by wh. he had at S. Deborah, b. 1694; and Richard, 1696. Deane, 195; Calamy, II. 629. Calef, wh. shows how slight was his escape from peril of the witchcr. delusion, calls him Lowson. HENRY, Mass. prob. came 1630, And d. early in 1631. JAMES, Dartmouth, sw. fidel. 1684. JOHN, Boston 1690, had Ann, bapt. 10 Nov. 1700; Sarah, 29 Mar. 1702; and John and Savil, 16 July 1704, the rec. at Mather's ch. being "tw. of John, lately d." ROGER, Boston, mariner, 1690.
LAWTON, GEORGE, Portsmouth, R. I. had Isaac, b. 11 Dec. 1650; George; perhaps Job; and certain. Robert; but no more can be learn. of him exc. that his d. Ruth m. 10 Feb. 1681, William Wodell; and Mercy m. 19 Jan. 1682, James Tripp; prob. he d. 5 Oct. 1693; at least, one George then d. and the rec. adds, "his s. Job d. 8 Oct. 1697." GEORGE, Portsmouth, R. I. perhaps s. of the preced. m. 17 Jan. 1678, Naomi Hunt, had Elizabeth b. 15 Nov. foll.; George, 30 Apr. 1685; Robert, 4 Oct. 1688; Job, 22 Jan. 1693; and d. 11 Sept. 1697. His wid. m. 11 Oct. 1701, his br. Isaac. ISAAC, Portsmouth, R. I. s. of the first George, m. 3 Mar. 1674, Elizabeth d. of Peter Talman, had Elizabeth b. 16 Feb. foll.; Sarah, 25 Oct. 1676; Ann, 25 Apr. 1678, Isaac, 21 May 1681; Mary, 3 Apr. 1683; Ichabod, 12 Mar. 1680; Thomas, 25 Apr. 1687; Susanna, 3 Apr. 1689; Job, 28 Apr. 1691; Ruth, 9 Apr. 1694; and John, 2 Sept. 1696. His w. d. 20 May 1701, and he m. 11 Oct. foll. Naomi, wid. of his br. George; and she d. 3 Jan. 1720. JAMES, Suffield, s. of John, had Jacob, wh. was sev. yrs. rep. and, from caprice, adopt. in his business as a lawyer the name of Christopher Jacob L. JOHN, Newtown, L. I. 1656, may be the one wh. m. at Boston 21 Sept. 1659, wid. Joanna Mullins; and had sec. w. perhaps that Mary, d. of Matthew Boomer, or some such name, wh. next m. 3 June 1678, Gideon Freeborn as his sec. w. at Portsmouth, R. I. JOHN, Suffield, had James, Benedicta, Mary, and, perhaps, others, d. 19 Dec. 1690; and his wid. Benedicta d. 18 Nov. 1692. Both of the ds. were m. 1683. ROBERT, Portsmouth, R. I. s. perhaps youngest, of George the first, m. 16 Feb. 1681, Mary, d. of Gershom Wodell or Waddell, had Mary, b. 20 Feb. 1682; George, 1 Sept. 1685; Elizabeth 12 Sept. 1688; Robert, 5 Jan. 1696; and d. 25 Jan. 1706; and his wid. d. 14 Jan. 1731.
THOMAS, prob. of Portsmouth, R. I. may have been an early sett. for his d. Elizabeth m. 25 July 1667, Peleg Shearman of that place; Sarah m. 1 Aug. 1667, George Sisson, and Ann m. 26 May 1669, Giles Slocum.
LAY, EDWARD, Hartford 1640, rem. to Saybrook 1648, on E. side, or [[vol. 3, p. 65]] Lyme, d. bef. 1657, or perhaps rem. to Portsmouth, R. I. where in 1679 he was liv. 71 yrs. old. JOHN, Saybrook 1648, perhaps br. of the preced. was on the side of the riv. incorp. 1667, as Lyme, in his will of 16 or 18 Jan. 1675, two days bef. he d. calls hims. aged, names s. John, and James, by former w. and Peter and John of his present w. Abigail, ds. Abigail, Susanna, and Elizabeth John, and, perhaps, others of these ch. were b. in Eng. James, one of the s. d. a. 1683; and the wid. Abigail d. 1686.
JOHN, Lyme, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. prob. was badly wound. in the gr. swamp fight, 19 Dec. 1675, had w. Sarah, and ch. Sarah, b. 4 Feb. 1665; Rebecca, 9 Sept. 1666; Edward, 26 Jan. 1668; Catharine, 11 Feb. 1672; Abigail, 9 Sept. 1673; Marah, 21 Mar. 1678; Elizabeth 18 Dec. 1681; John, 25 Mar. 1683; and Phebe, 13 Jan. 1685; and d. 13 Nov. 1696, aged 63; and his wid. d. 12 June 1702. Possib. this Lyme name may be the same as Laigh or Lee. ROBERT, Lynn 1638, rem. to Saybrook;, prob. 1647, in Dec. of this yr. was m. had Phebe, b. 5 Jan. 1651; and Robert, 6 Mar. 1654; was freem. 1657, rep. 1666; his w. Sarah d. 21 May 1676, aged a. 59, and he d. 9 July 1689, aged 72. Phebe m. 1667, John Denison of Stonington.
ROBERT, Saybrook, s. of the preced. m. 22 Jan. 1680, Mary Stanton, had Robert, b. 27 Jan. 1681; Sarah, 19 Feb. 1683; Mary, 3 Oct. 1685; Thomas, 10 May 1688; Samuel and Temperance, tw. 25 July 1691, of wh. Samuel d. soon; Samuel, again, 18 Feb. 1695; Phebe, 14 Aug.; 1698; and Dorothy, 3 June 1701. WILLIAM, Boston, by w. Mary had Susanna, b. 6 Aug. 1690. It is spelt Ley, sometimes, and, also, Lee.
LAYLAND. See Leland.
LAYTON. See Laighton.
LAZELL, HENRY, Barnstable 1637, of wh. no more is heard. ISAAC, Hingham, s. of John, m. 20 Jan. 1686, Abigail, or Abiab, d. of John Leavitt, had Abiah, b. 26 June 1687; and Isaac, 6 Sept. 1690; and d. 18 Oct. foll. I think, in Phip's sad exped. against Quebec. The wid. admin. 28 Apr. 1691, and m. Isaac Johnson. ISRAEL, Hingham, youngest br. of the preced. m. 6 July 1698, Rachel, d. of Daniel Lincoln, had Isaac, b. 30 Aug. 1701; Israel, 8 Jan. 1704; Daniel, 1 Feb. 1706; and Jonathan, 19 Mar. 1708.
JOHN, Hingham 1647, m. 29 Nov. but ano. rec. says 22 Dec. 1649, Elizabeth d. of Stephen Gates, had John, bapt. 8 Sept. 1650, d. under 15 yrs.; Thomas, b. 15, bapt. 19 Sept. 1652; Joshua, 17 Nov. 1654, bapt. 6 May foll.; Stephen, b. 6 or 10, bapt. 19 Oct. 1656; Elizabeth 28 Feb. bapt. 21 Nov. 1658, wh. d. at 18 yrs.; Isaac, b. 10 or 15 July 1660; Hannah, 31 Aug. 1662; Mary, 2 Sept. 1664; Sarah, 29 Nov. 1666; John, again, 25 Apr. 1669; and Israel, 24 Sept. 1671; was freem. 1678. His will, of 2 Sept. 1695, pro. 16 Jan. 1700, ment. four s. liv. beside gr.ch. Joshua, s. of his s. Joshua, and the [[vol. 3, p. 66]] two ch. Isaac and Abiah, s. and d. of his s. Isaac, both the f.'s dec; The ds. are nam. Hannah Turner, Mary Burr, and Sarah, wh. m. 17 Apr. 1693, Peter Ripley. JOHN, Hingham, tenth ch. of the preced. m. 26 Mar. 1696, Deborah Lincoln, had John, b. 23 Jan. foll. and Joshua, 29 Dec. 1703.
JOSHUA, Hingham, br. of the preced. d. 12 Feb. 1688, and his wid. Mary, wh. he m. "the last of Jan." 1681, had admin. on his est. 28 Apr. 1691. Their ch. were Elizabeth b. 20 Dec. 1681; Martha, 23 Feb. 1683; Joshua, 15 Nov. 1686; and Simon, 12 Sept. 1688. STEPHEN, Hingham, br. of the preced. by w. Sarah had Lydia, b. 20 Sept. 1688, d. next yr.; Phebe, 23 Feb. 1690; Stephen, 29 Jan. 1691; Lydia, again, 26 Nov. 1693; Mary, wh. d. 28 Dec. 1698; and Mary, again, 11 May 1700; beside ano. whose name is not found, unless it be that Israel, bapt. 2 Oct. 1692. He d. 16 Jan. 1718, in his will of 9 of that mo. pro. 4 Mar. foll. speak of his five ch. THOMAS, Duxbury, m. 26 Apr. 1685, Mary Allen, rem. to Plympton, Falmouth, C. C. and Windham, says Windsor. Early this name seems Lassell, or Lasell.
LEA, JOHN, a youth, aged 13, came 1634, in the Francis, from Ipswich, prob. as serv. to William Westwood. WILLIAM, a youth of 16, came in the Planter, 1635, from London. Possib. this may be the same as Lee.
LEACH, AMBROSE, Boston 1648, is spok. of in Hutch. Coll. 298, and, in 1663, was concern. in Narraganset, or the King's Province. BENJAMIN. Bridgewater, s. of Giles, m. 1702, Hepzibah, d. of Joseph Washburn, had Ann, b. 1703; Joseph, 1705; Mary, 1708; Sarah, 1711; Benjamin, 1713; Ichabod, 1716; Jerathmeel, and Benanuel, tw. 1718; Nokes, 1720; Susanna, 1722; Hannah, 1725; Phebe; Nathan; and Eunice. DAVID, Bridgewater, br. of the preced. by w. Hannah had Mercy, b. 1693; Hannah, 1696; Ephraim, 1699; Experience, 1702; David, 1706; Mehitable, 1711; and Abigail, 1714; and he d. 1707. EBENEZER, Bridgewater, br. of the preced. m. 1707, Prudence Stetson of Scituate, may have had Lydia and possib. others.
EDMUND, New Haven 1647-9 and may be longer. GILES, Weymouth 1656, but rem. to Bridgewater bef. 1665 says Mitchell, wh. ment. that he m. Ann Nokes, 1656 (but Weymouth rec. says, 20 Jan. 1657), had Sarah, b. 1656 (but rec. says, 13 Nov. 1657); Elizabeth; Samuel, 1662; David; John; Ebenezer; Benjamin; and, perhaps, others, add. that Sarah m. John Aldrich; and Elizabeth m. 1693, John Emerson. JOHN, Salem 1637, then had, says Felt, gr. of ld. was br. of Lawrence, d. Dec. 1658. He gave his small prop. to his neph. Richard's s. John. JOHN, Salem 1637, s. of Lawrence, b. in Eng. had gr. of ld. says Felt, that yr. and there bapt. John, 3 Sept. 1648; John, and Sarah, tw. Nov. 1648; Rachel, 6 pr. 1651; Sarah, again, 6 June 1652; E;liz. 27 Nov. 1653; Mary, 3 [[vol. 3, p. 67]] Sept 1654; Richard, 15 June 1656; Remember, and Hannah, 3 Nov. 1661; was, prob. the freem. 1681. Mary m. 2 Mar. 1681, Thomas Field. JOHN, Beverly 1671, wh. m. 20 May 1667, Elizabeth Flint, prob. d. of the first Thomas, may have been s. of the preced. or of other s. of Lawrence. JOHN, Bridgewater, s. of Giles, by w. Alice had John, b. 1695 ; Giles, 1697; Stephen, 1698; Abiel, 1700; Ebenezer, 1702; Mehitable, 1704; Timothy, 1707; Nehemiah, 1709; Solomon, 1712; and Jesse, 1714; and d. 1744.
LAWRENCE, Salem 1629, came in one of the fleet with Higginson, req. adm. 19 Oct. 1630, and 18 May foll. was sw. freem. d. June 1662, aged 82, or 85, leav. all his est. to wid. Elizabeth wh. d. 1674. Of his s. beside John, and Robert, herein ment. Clement liv. in Eng. and Richard d. here 1647, leav. s. John and Robert. RICHARD, Salem 1639, m. Ann Fuller, freem. 1665, lieut. 1675, and capt. two yrs. aft. d. 1687, leav. sev. ch. of wh. I only kn. that Hannah was bapt. 2 June 1662; and Sarah m. 7 Feb. 1667, Joseph Herrick. ROBERT, Charlestown 1637, where Mary unit. with the ch. 9 Sept. 1639, might be thot. his w. but Felt gives him gr. of ld. at Salem 1637; and the freem. of 1644 was mem. of neither of the chs. in those towns, yet he is said to be s. of Lawrence, and to have d. bef. his f. However, we may presume there was one at ea. and he of Charlestown was householder in 1658 and 78, chos. tythingman 1679, and d. 22 May 1688, aged a 80, says the rec.