About the WeRelate Transcript of the Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England

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Origin and Copyright

The original Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England was published in four separate volumes between 1860 and 1862. Each volume contained appended additions and corrections. Further additions and corrections appeared in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEHGR), (Vol. XXVII, No. 2, April, 1873, pp. 135-139). That content is obviously out of copyright.

The content presented starting here however, comes from a corrected electronic transcript prepared by Dr. Robert A. Kraft and Benjamin Dunning in 1994. Dr Kraft is the Berg Professor of Religious Studies, Emeritus, in the School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania. The transcript appears here by his very kind permission. The copyright page of the transcript indicates as follows:

"The electronic version has been adapted under the direction of Robert Kraft (assisted by Benjamin Dunning) from materials supplied by Automated Archives, 1160 South State, Suite 250, Orem UT 84058 in the following ways: missing lines have been added wherever they could be located (vol. 2 could not easily be checked since line format was not replicated; the corrections found in vols 1-4 have been integrated into the text; page numbers have been represented between double brackets; hyphens have been resolved, and some abbreviated names. NOTE that letter by letter verification has NOT yet been attempted. Copyright for the new electronic version by Robert Kraft, July 1994."

Creation of the WeRelate Version

Dr. Kraft's transcript exists in the form of four separate ASCII files, corresponding to the volumes of the original work. For presentation on WeRelate wiki pages, the content has been separated back into pages corresponding to those of the original work. This partitioning has a number of benefits.

  • The web and original publication page paradigms are consistent, simplifying comparison.
  • The page field of a source citation can both present a useful link to the transcript and a proper page reference to the actual published work.
  • The standard talk/discussion page, backing every media wiki page, provides a handy place to discuss issues related to particular pages of the transcription such as errors discovered after publication of the April 1873 corrections in NEHGR.
  • Pages of the transcript are tagged with places to which they refer, surnames of the people described, and the year range of events. Searches on those attributes then, stand a fair chance of returning relevant specific pages of the transcript.
  • The contents page, which appears on the root page of the transcript, is not - itself - part of the transcript. Instead, it was created by a program that searches over all the individual Transcript pages - recording appearances of the section start template.

Transcript Creation Defects

Most of the initial steps to create the page partitioning of Kraft's transcript, creating links that support "See xxxxx" links, as well as the initial values for places, surnames, and the date range - were performed by a simple text processing program. While quite effective, the implementation was not without flaws:

  • Surname sections were recognized by hallmarks that were typical, but not universal. Additional sections not recognized will have to be edited into the index by hand, with appropriate changes to page headers and addition of the proper section at the appropriate location in the transcript.
  • Sketch sections were also recognized by hallmarks that were typical, but not universal. For example, some sketches did not begin with an all upper case name - so they were not identified (for example, Joseph Belcher at the bottom of 1:156). While making such sketches start with all upper case letters departs from the originally published material - there can be no doubt of the original intent - and the result is much more obvious. Also, In rare circumstances, several names are associated with a single sketch - but the filter software would create a section for each name - when a single section should be created for the several grouped names.
  • A bug in the processing of Surname sections sometimes doubles the surname so that it appears as LASTLAST.
  • The '£' character (among other special characters) did not translate correctly and appears as '�'.
  • The '£' character can be recreated (on most Windows keyboards) by holding down the -Alt- key and typing '163' on the numeric keypad, almost always on the right side of the keyboard.
  • The "See surname" idiom was replaced correctly with an active link only when it appeared immediately after a section name. When the phrase appears in the normal stream of text no replacement occurred. Use the {{savagepage|vol|page|See surname}} template to create the link.
  • Only a small number of common early New England place names (about 60) were known to the program, and only a few names in England. Places other than those will not be included in the initial place list for a transcript page.
  • Discrepancies in the transcription - such as spelling Billerica as Bi11erica (use of arabic numeral '1' instead of lower case letter 'l') - would not be recognized as Billerica, Massachusetts. Similarly, dates such as l777 (instead of 1777) would not be recognized as a date and would not contribute to the date range for a page. Related to these are defects that seem to relate to use of optical character recognition. For example, the letter g sometimes recognized as the digit nine. Errors of this type - while essentially "baked in" to the Kraft transcript, are still defects in the faithful recreation of the text that Kraft intended.
  • Savage makes use of the asterisk ('*') to designate members of the Massachusetts General Court. From time to time, these appear as the first character of a line of the transcription - where they are inadvertently interpreted as requesting a media-wiki bullet item.

It is always appropriate to modify the transcript appearance in order to resolve defects of these types.

Common Practices

  • The simplest and most important use of the transcript is as a linkable target for page citations. A template has been created to make this very simple. For example, Thomas Adams is discussed in volume 1, page 16 of Savage. The page field of the Savage citation for Thomas Adams contains the template {{savagepg|1|16}} -> 1:16.
  • The transcript is meant to be annotated with links to any WeRelate Person page to which it unambiguously refers (for example, see volume 1, page 16).
  • The transcript narrative also embeds mention of important reference works upon which Savage relied. When recognized, these should be turned into active links to appropriate WeRelate "Source" pages.
  • Normal wiki practice is to create a link only the first time a term (or person) is seen in some context. We depart from that rule for Savage, since those not familiar with Savage can easily be confused about "who" is meant in the narrative. Instead, consider it proper to link every unambiguous reference.
  • At present, other terms - such as place names in the body of the transcript - should not be linked (so as to allow linked names of individuals to stand out from the page clearly).
  • The transcript appearance should not change (in general) from that of the original Kraft ASCII files - or more particularly - from what we can properly infer as the intentions of Dr. Kraft. Faithfully maintain line breaks, punctuation, capitalization and retained abbreviations of the original text (as modified by application of the additions and errata). Repair of typographical, transcription, or WeRelate pre-processing errors (see above), is highly desireable.
  • The content of Savage consists of surname-specific sections. Those sections are designated in the WeRelate transcript by Template:Savagetranscriptsection, which provides specific formatting for the situation. Those sections further consist of sketches that are associated with the family of one particular individual. In the original Savage, the only visual indicator of the start of a new sketch was appearance of the given name in all capitals. To support software analysis, and for enhanced readability of the transcript, Template:Savagetranscriptsketch was created to objectively designate the beginning of a new sketch - both in the raw content and visually in the WeRelate presentation.
  • References to wars, battles, particular immigration voyages and other events - which are associated with a WeRelate Category - can be linked to that category by use of the Category template. The template takes three parameters as follows: category, link text and originating page (where page is always four digits of the form <v><ppp>, with the page number being zero-padded if less than 100). The template prepends the string "^Savage" to the page number, so that transcript pages will sort to the end of any particular category.

When Savage Got it Wrong

  • Defective, but properly transcribed, content should not be corrected or discussed on the transcript narrative pages proper. Instead, use Template:Savagetranscriptdefect to designate erroneous content along with an index that indicates which defect this is on that page. The template will create the erroneous content with a strike through and place an active link at the end of the content to the corresponding discussion page and section named "Defect number".
  • Discussion and supporting research for WHY the designated content should be summarized in the appropriate section of the talk page. See examples of this practice on pages 58 and 227 of volume 4. Notice on page 227, that two separate sections of narrative may be associated with the same error index. This is appropriate if there is indeed ONE error associated with both defects. Separate defects on a single page should be assigned simple increasing integer labels.

Survey of the Nuts and Bolts

The only direct wiki formatting operation that should be found in the transcript source is the line break, <br>. All the other formatting operations are controlled by the following templates:

Supporting templates, used with transcript content other than in the transcript source proper, include:

Where We Stand

The public phase of this project began in February of 2012, when 2343 (v1-4 - 497, 577, 596, 673) pages, extracted from the Kraft files, were uploaded. A few statistics to this date:

  • Of 2343 pages in Savage, 2300 contain at least one link to a Person page.
  • 2768 Person pages link specific Savage Transcript pages via this template.
  • 376 See also links (annotation from one Transcript page to another, where Savage wrote "see also" or similar).
  • 424 locations indicated with the defect template, where Savage is believed to have been in error.
  • 105 links to 14 different categories, for example the Mayflower Passengers and Salem Witch Trials.
  • The most often linked person, Theophilus Eaton, from 24 locations.
  • Most extensively annotated transcript page, Volume 4, page 299, with 88 links.
  • Newest Statistics:

total_sketches = 22459, size 6901329
sketches with subject = 11329 (50.4%), size 4765209 (69.0%)
sketches without subject = 11130 (49.6%), size 2136120 (31.0%)
person pages subject of a sketch = 11177
unique person pages referenced = 23902
person pages subject of multiple sketches = 149
Tristram Hull (1) 2 sketches: 2:339 HALL:TRISTRAM, 2:495 HULL:TRISTRAM
John Lewis (3) 2 sketches: 3:87 LEWIS:JOHN 7 of 18, 3:87 LEWIS:JOHN 17 of 18
Nathaniel Upham (3) 2 sketches: 4:361 UPHAM:NATHANIEL 1 of 2, 4:361 UPHAM:NATHANIEL 2 of 2
Richard Knowles (3) 2 sketches: 3:42 KNOWLES:RICHARD 1 of 2, 3:42 KNOWLES:RICHARD 2 of 2
Robert Shelley (4) 2 sketches: 4:71 SHELLEY:ROBERT 1 of 2, 4:71 SHELLEY:ROBERT 2 of 2
Benjamin Jones (64) 2 sketches: 2:560 JONES:BENJAMIN 5 of 6, 2:560 JONES:BENJAMIN 6 of 6
John Porter (20) 2 sketches: 3:461 PORTER:JOHN 2 of 9, 3:461 PORTER:JONATHAN 1 of 2
Thomas Brown (32) 2 sketches: 1:277 BROWN:THOMAS 6 of 9, 1:277 BROWN:THOMAS 7 of 9
William Johnson (223) 2 sketches: 2:559 JOHNSON:WILLIAM 8 of 11, 2:559 JOHNSON:WINDLE
John Birdseye (6) 2 sketches: 1:183 BIRDSEYE:JOHN 2 of 2, 1:302 BURDSIE, the same as Birdseye:JOHN 2 of 2
Joseph Allen (20) 2 sketches: 1:33 ALLEN:JOSEPH 3 of 7, 1:34 ALLEN:JOSEPH 7 of 7
John Hodshon (1) 2 sketches: 2:440 HODSON, HODGSON or HODSHON:JOHN 1 of 2, 2:488 HUDSON:JOHN 3 of 5
John Russ (1) 2 sketches: 3:577 ROSS:JOHN 2 of 2, 3:589 RUSS:JOHN 2 of 2
Henry Green (6) 2 sketches: 2:300 GREEN:HENRY 1 of 5, 2:300 GREEN:HENRY 2 of 5
John Ingalls (2) 2 sketches: 2:519 INGALL or INGALLS:JOHN 1 of 3, 2:519 INGALL or INGALLS:JOHN 2 of 3
Joseph Wood (61) 2 sketches: 1:77-78 ATWOOD:JOSEPH, 4:627 WOOD, or WOODS:JOSEPH
John Thompson (323) 2 sketches: 4:286 THOMPSON, TOMSON, THOMSON or TOMPSON:JOHN 9 of 21, 4:287 THOMPSON, TOMSON, THOMSON or TOMPSON:JOHN 16 of 21
John Bryant (37) 2 sketches: 1:283 BRYANT:JOHN 2 of 3, 1:283 BRYANT:JOHN 3 of 3
Thomas French (1) 2 sketches: 2:207-208 FRENCH:THOMAS 1 of 5, 2:208 FRENCH:THOMAS 2 of 5
Joshua Boynton (5) 2 sketches: 1:227 BOYNTON or BOYINGTON:JOSHUA 1 of 2, 1:227 BOYNTON or BOYINGTON:JOSHUA 2 of 2
Thomas Ormsbee (2) 2 sketches: 1:63 ARMSBEE or ARMESBEY, sometimes, as in Baylies, AMSBURY:THOMAS, 3:316 ORMSBY, ORMSBEE:THOMAS
John Lawrence (32) 2 sketches: 3:61-62 LAWRENCE:JOHN 2 of 7, 3:62 LAWRENCE:JOHN 5 of 7
Richard Templar (1) 2 sketches: 3:485-486 RICHARD or PRITCHARD:RICHARD, 4:266 TEMPLAR, TEMPLE or TEMPLER:RICHARD 1 of 4
Nathaniel Adams (25) 2 sketches: 1:14 ADAMS:NATHANIEL 3 of 4, 1:14 ADAMS:NATHANIEL 4 of 4
John Langton (14) 2 sketches: 3:54 LANGDON:JOHN 2 of 4, 3:56 LANGTON, LANCKTON or LANKTON:JOHN 1 of 2
George Ross (20) 2 sketches: 3:576 ROSE:GEORGE 2 of 2, 3:577 ROSS:GEORGE
Aaron Blatchley (1) 2 sketches: 1:188 BLACHLEY:AARON, 1:198 BLATCHLEY:AARON
Abraham Perrin (2) 2 sketches: 3:393 PERHAM, PERRUM or PERAM:ABRAHAM, 3:399 PERRIN, PERRAN or PERING:ABRAHAM
John Bickford (17) 2 sketches: 1:151 BECKFORD or BICKFORD (more common in early days):JOHN 1 of 2, 1:151 BECKFORD or BICKFORD (more common in early days):JOHN 2 of 2
James Olney (6) 2 sketches: 3:313 OLNEY:JAMES 1 of 2, 3:313 OLNEY:JAMES 2 of 2
Samuel Marion (2) 2 sketches: 3:152 MARION:SAMUEL, 3:197 MERIAM:SAMUEL 2 of 2
John Tyrell (1) 2 sketches: 4:268 TERRILL or TURRALL:JOHN, 4:306-307 TIRRELL, TURREL, TYRRELL, TERRALL or THURRILL:JOHN
John Phinney (3) 2 sketches: 2:160 FINNEY:JOHN, 3:417 PHINNEY, FINNEY or FENNYE:JOHN 1 of 2
Samuel Bitfield (3) 2 sketches: 1:155 BEETFIELD or BITFIELD:SAMUEL, 1:175 BIDFIELD, BEDFIELD or BETTFIELD:SAMUEL
Thomas Dickinson (5) 2 sketches: 2:49 DICKINSON:THOMAS 4 of 4, 2:57 DODGE:SAMUEL
William Story (3) 2 sketches: 4:212 STORY:WILLIAM 1 of 3, 4:212-213 STORY:WILLIAM 2 of 3
Nathaniel Thorpe (2) 2 sketches: 4:274 THARPE:NATHANIEL, 4:293 THORPE:NATHANIEL
John Austin (21) 2 sketches: 1:80 AUSTIN:JOHN 1 of 4, 1:80 AUSTIN:JOHN 2 of 4
Edmund Tilson (3) 2 sketches: 4:304 TILSON:EDWARD, 4:304 TILSON:EDMUND
Stephen Paine (1) 2 sketches: 3:335-336 PAINE:STEPHEN 3 of 7, 3:336 PAINE:STEPHEN 4 of 7
Obediah Hawes (1) 2 sketches: 2:380 HAWES:OBADIAH 1 of 2, 2:380 HAWES:OBADIAH 2 of 2
Jeremiah Cushing (3) 2 sketches: 1:489 CUSHING:JEREMIAH 1 of 3, 1:489 CUSHING:JEREMIAH 3 of 3
John Graves (108) 2 sketches: 2:295 GRAVES:JOHN 6 of 6, 2:321 GROVES:JOHN
Roger Wheeler (4) 2 sketches: 4:499 WHEELER:ROGER 1 of 2, 4:499 WHEELER:ROGER 2 of 2
Francis Wainwright (7) 2 sketches: 4:381-382 WAINWRIGHT:FRANCIS 1 of 3, 4:382 WAINWRIGHT:FRANCIS 2 of 3
Samuel Symonds (12) 2 sketches: 4:246-247 SYMONDS:SAMUEL 2 of 5, 4:247 SYMONDS:SAMUEL 4 of 5
John Gustin (6) 2 sketches: 1:79-80 AUGUSTINE:JOHN, 2:325 GUSTIN:JOHN
Thomas Wright (64) 2 sketches: 4:660 WRIGHT:THOMAS 3 of 4, 4:660 WRIGHT:THOMAS 4 of 4
Roger Terrill (1) 2 sketches: 4:268 TERRILL or TURRALL:ROGER, 4:307 TIRRELL, TURREL, TYRRELL, TERRALL or THURRILL:ROGER 1 of 2
Joseph Eastman (13) 2 sketches: 2:92 EASTMAN:JOSEPH 1 of 2, 2:93 EASTMAN:SAMUEL
John Dodge (6) 2 sketches: 2:56 DODGE:JOHN 1 of 3, 2:56-57 DODGE:JOHN 2 of 3
Edward Garfield (1) 2 sketches: 2:231 GARFIELD:EDWARD 1 of 2, 2:231-232 GARFIELD:EDWARD 2 of 2
Thomas North (2) 2 sketches: 3:289 NORTH:THOMAS 2 of 3, 3:289 NORTH:THOMAS 3 of 3
Ezekiel Wathen (2) 2 sketches: 4:436 WATHEN or WATHIN:EZEKIEL, 4:653 WORTHEN:EZEKIEL
John Sheather (3) 2 sketches: 4:67 SHEATHER:JOHN 2 of 2, 4:86 SHETHER, SHEATHER or SHEDAR:JOHN 2 of 2
Benjamin Rice (4) 2 sketches: 3:527 RICE:BENJAMIN 1 of 2, 3:527 RICE:BENJAMIN 2 of 2
William Tirrell (4) 2 sketches: 4:307 TIRRELL, TURREL, TYRRELL, TERRALL or THURRILL:WILLIAM 1 of 3, 4:344 TURELL:WILLIAM
Jonathan Royce (1) 2 sketches: 3:529 RICE:JONATHAN 1 of 3, 3:569-570 ROISE or ROYCE:JONATHAN
William Sargent (33) 2 sketches: 4:19-20 SARGENT, SEARGEANT, SARGEANT, SERGENT or SERJENT:WILLIAM 5 of 6, 4:20 SARGENT, SEARGEANT, SARGEANT, SERGENT or SERJENT:WILLIAM 6 of 6
William Keaney (1) 2 sketches: 3:2 KEAYNE:WILLIAM, 3:3 KEENY, KENY or KEENEY:WILLIAM
John Penticus (1) 2 sketches: 3:391 PENTICUS:JOHN, 3:395 PERKINS:HUMPHREY
Jacob Foster (1) 2 sketches: 2:188 FOSTER, or sometimes FORSTER, wh. from the sound can easily be stit:JACOB 1 of 5, 2:188-189 FOSTER, or sometimes FORSTER, wh. from the sound can easily be stit:JACOB 2 of 5
William Vinson (4) 2 sketches: 4:374 VINCENT:WILLIAM 2 of 2, 4:375 VINSON:WILLIAM
Joshua Wheat (1) 2 sketches: 4:495 WHEATE:JOSHUA 2 of 2, 4:619 WITT:JOSHUA
Jonathan Ward (7) 2 sketches: 4:409 WARD:JOHN 9 of 9, 4:409-410 WARD:JONATHAN
Samuel Brigham (1) 2 sketches: 1:252 BRIGHAM:SAMUEL 1 of 2, 1:252 BRIGHAM:SAMUEL 2 of 2
Joseph Fowler (7) 2 sketches: 2:194 FOWLER or FOWLAR:JOSEPH 1 of 3, 2:194 FOWLER or FOWLAR:JOSEPH 3 of 3
Samuel Hotchkiss (4) 2 sketches: 2:439 HODGKIN or HODGKINS:SAMUEL 2 of 3, 2:467 HOTCHKISS:SAMUEL
William Thrall (1) 2 sketches: 4:293-294 THRALL:WILLIAM, 4:323 TRAUL, THRALL or TRALL:WILLIAM
Robert Dale (8) 2 sketches: 2:3 DALE:ROBERT, 2:69 DOYLE:ROBERT
John Partridge (4) 2 sketches: 3:365 PARTHRIDGE:JOHN 2 of 5, 3:365 PARTHRIDGE:JOHN 4 of 5
Richard Woody (2) 2 sketches: 4:629 WOOD, or WOODS:RICHARD 1 of 3, 4:637-638 WOODDY, WOODDEY, WOODIE, WODY or WOODY:RICHARD 2 of 2
John Harris (187) 2 sketches: 2:361-362 HARRIS:JOHN 1 of 12, 2:362 HARRIS:JOHN 10 of 12
William Savil (2) 2 sketches: 4:2 SABLE or SABLES:WILLIAM, 4:28 SAVIL, SAVEL, SAVILS or SAVALLS:WILIAM
Thomas Mann (33) 2 sketches: 3:146 MANN:THOMAS, 3:147 MANNING:THOMAS 2 of 3
Richard Martyn (5) 2 sketches: 3:162-163 MARTIN:RICHARD 2 of 3, 3:164 MARTYN:RICHARD 1 of 2
John Birdseye (3) 2 sketches: 1:183 BIRDSEYE:JOHN 1 of 2, 1:301-302 BURDSIE, the same as Birdseye:JOHN 1 of 2
Joseph Hutchinson (5) 2 sketches: 2:511 HUTCHINSON:JOSEPH 1 of 2, 2:511 HUTCHINSON:JOSEPH 2 of 2
Timothy Thrall (1) 2 sketches: 4:293 THRALL:TIMOTHY, 4:323 TRAUL, THRALL or TRALL:TIMOTHY
Robert Potter (7) 2 sketches: 3:467 POTTER:ROBERT 1 of 4, 3:467 POTTER:ROBERT 2 of 4
Jonathan Ager (1) 3 sketches: 1:79 AUGER, AGAR or AUGUR:JONATHAN, 2:89 EAGER:JONATHAN, 2:105 EGER or EAGER:JONATHAN
William Estow (1) 2 sketches: 2:94 EASTOW:WILLIAM, 2:127 ESTOW:WILLIAM
Roger Mowry (1) 2 sketches: 3:182 MAWRY, MOURIE, MOREY or MOWRY:ROGER, 3:232 MOREY:ROGER 1 of 2
John Higginson (3) 2 sketches: 2:413-414 HIGGINSON:JOHN 1 of 2, 2:414 HIGGINSON:JOHN 2 of 2
George Ingersoll (9) 2 sketches: 2:519-520 INGERSOLL or INKERSALL:GEORGE 1 of 2, 2:520 INGERSOLL or INKERSALL:GEORGE 2 of 2
William Thorpe (4) 2 sketches: 4:274 THARPE:WILLIAM, 4:293 THORPE:WILLIAM
Thomas Shepard (1) 2 sketches: 4:76 SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD or SHEPHERD:THOMAS 2 of 6, 4:76 SHEPARD, SHEPPARD, SHEPHERD or SHEPHERD:THOMAS 3 of 6
Edward Adams (4) 2 sketches: 1:9 ADAMS:EDWARD 2 of 4, 1:9 ADAMS:EDWARD 4 of 4
Thomas Jones (251) 2 sketches: 2:566 JONES:THOMAS 2 of 17, 2:566 JONES:THOMAS 4 of 17
Daniel Tenney (4) 2 sketches: 4:267 TENNEY or TENNY:DANIEL 1 of 2, 4:267 TENNEY or TENNY:DANIEL 2 of 2
Jonathan Fairbanks (1) 2 sketches: 2:136 FAIRBANKS:JONATHAN 2 of 4, 2:137 FAIRBANKS:JONATHAN 4 of 4
William Ager (3) 2 sketches: 1:19 AGER, AGAR, AUGER, EGER or EAGER:WILLIAM, 1:79 AUGER, AGAR or AUGUR:WILLIAM 1 of 2
John Johnson (216) 2 sketches: 2:554 JOHNSON:JOHN 4 of 20, 2:555 JOHNSON:JOHN 11 of 20
John Lewis (6) 2 sketches: 3:87 LEWIS:JOHN 2 of 18, 3:87 LEWIS:JOHN 8 of 18
Jonas Austin (2) 2 sketches: 1:33 ALLEN:JONAH, 1:81 AUSTIN:JONAH 1 of 2
Edmund Clark (1) 2 sketches: 1:393 CLARK:EDMUND 2 of 2, 1:393 CLARK:EDWARD 1 of 2
William Simonds (1) 2 sketches: 4:247 SYMONDS:WILLIAM 2 of 3, 4:247 SYMONDS:WILIIAM
Richard Curtis (10) 3 sketches: 1:486 CURTIS, CURTICE, CURTISE or CURTIZE:RICHARD 1 of 5, 1:486 CURTIS, CURTICE, CURTISE or CURTIZE:RICHARD 3 of 5, 1:487 CURTIS, CURTICE, CURTISE or CURTIZE:RICHARD 5 of 5
John Hall (77) 2 sketches: 2:334 HALL:JOHN 5 of 21, 2:335 HALL:JOHN 13 of 21
Joseph Stowers (1) 2 sketches: 4:219 STOWERS or STOWER:JOSEPH 1 of 2, 4:219 STOWERS or STOWER:JOSEPH 2 of 2
John Warner (92) 2 sketches: 4:420 WARNER:JOHN 3 of 11, 4:420 WARNER:JOHN 5 of 11
Isaac Taylor (13) 2 sketches: 4:260 TAYLOR, TAYLOUR or TAILER:ISAAC 1 of 2, 4:260 TAYLOR, TAYLOUR or TAILER:ISAAC 2 of 2
Thomas Little (1) 2 sketches: 3:99 LITTLE:THOMAS 1 of 2, 3:99 LITTLE:THOMAS 2 of 2
John Tuttle (41) 2 sketches: 4:350 TUTTLE, TUTTEL, or TUTHILL:JOHN 2 of 10, 4:350 TUTTLE, TUTTEL, or TUTHILL:JOHN 6 of 10
John Foss (7) 2 sketches: 2:185 FOSS:JOHN 1 of 2, 2:185 FOSS:JOHN 2 of 2
Ephriam Pennington (3) 2 sketches: 3:389 PENINGTON:EPHRAIM 1 of 2, 3:390 PENNINGTON:EPHRAIM
Thomas Craft (8) 2 sketches: 1:470 CRAFTS:THOMAS, 1:475 CROFT:THOMAS
Joshua Fisher (4) 2 sketches: 2:163 FISHER:JOSHUA 2 of 4, 2:163 FISHER:JOSHUA 3 of 4
Isaac Goodale (6) 2 sketches: 2:270 GOODALE:ISAAC 1 of 2, 2:270 GOODALE:ISAAC 2 of 2
Eliphalet Hett (1) 2 sketches: 2:407 HETT:ELIPHALET, 2:415 HILL or HILLS:ELIPHALET
Robert Burditt (1) 2 sketches: 1:301 BURDEN:ROBERT, 1:301 BURDITT or BURDETT:ROBERT
Thomas Jenner (3) 2 sketches: 2:544 JENNER, GINNER or JENNERS:THOMAS 1 of 3, 2:544 JENNER, GINNER or JENNERS:THOMAS 2 of 3
Thomas Lord (5) 2 sketches: 3:116 LORD:THOMAS 2 of 5, 3:116 LORD:THOMAS 3 of 5
Thomas Thornton (22) 2 sketches: 4:292 THORNTON:THOMAS 2 of 5, 4:292 THORNTON:THOMAS 4 of 5
Hugh Hillier (1) 2 sketches: 2:422 HILLIER, HELYER or HILLER:HUGH, 4:302 TILLEY:HUGH
Robert Barrows (4) 2 sketches: 1:127 BARROWS or BARROW:ROBERT 1 of 2, 1:127 BARROWS or BARROW:ROBERT 2 of 2
John Rolfe (13) 2 sketches: 3:571 ROLFE:JOHN 2 of 4, 3:571 ROLFE:JOHN 3 of 4
Robert Barnard (8) 2 sketches: 1:120 BARNARD:ROBERT 1 of 2, 1:120 BARNARD:ROBERT 2 of 2
John Sheather (4) 2 sketches: 4:67 SHEATHER:JOHN 1 of 2, 4:86 SHETHER, SHEATHER or SHEDAR:JOHN 1 of 2
Daniel Thurston (5) 2 sketches: 4:296 THURSTON or THIRSTON:DANIEL 3 of 5, 4:296 THURSTON or THIRSTON:DANIEL 4 of 5
John Clark (135) 2 sketches: 1:394 CLARK:JOHN 1 of 29, 1:396 CLARK:JOHN 8 of 29
Andrew Mansfield (1) 2 sketches: 3:148 MANSFIELD:ANDREW 1 of 3, 3:148 MANSFIELD:ANDREW 2 of 3
Daniel Wilcox (1) 2 sketches: 4:546 WILCOCKS or WILCOX:DANIEL 2 of 3, 4:546 WILCOCKS or WILCOX:DANIEL 3 of 3
John Hurd (2) 2 sketches: 2:505 HURD:JOHN 1 of 5, 2:505 HURD:JOHN 4 of 5
Thomas Marshall (6) 2 sketches: 3:158 MARSHALL:THOMAS 1 of 11, 3:159 MARSHALL:THOMAS 11 of 11
John Brown (62) 2 sketches: 1:270 BROWN:JOHN 7 of 31, 1:270 BROWN:JOHN 10 of 31
Jarvis Ring (1) 2 sketches: 3:542 RINDGE:JARVIS, 3:543 RING:JARVIS
John Ault (6) 3 sketches: 1:42-43 ALLT or AULT:JOHN, 1:80 AULT, sometime writ. OLT:JOHN, 3:314 OLT:JOHN
John Tuttle (39) 2 sketches: 4:350 TUTTLE, TUTTEL, or TUTHILL:JOHN 1 of 10, 4:351 TUTTLE, TUTTEL, or TUTHILL:JOHN 9 of 10
Jonathan Rogers (9) 2 sketches: 3:563 ROGERS:JONATHAN 2 of 3, 3:563 ROGERS:JONATHAN 3 of 3
William Bickner (1) 2 sketches: 1:174 BICKNOR or BICKNER:WILLIAM, 1:187 BITNER:WILLIAM
John Manter (3) 2 sketches: 3:161 MARSTON:JOHN 2 of 5, 3:162 MARTIN:JOHN 3 of 9
John Macarty (1) 2 sketches: 3:139 MACARTER, MAKARTA, MAGARTA or MECARTA:JOHN, 3:193 MECARTER or MACARTY:JOHN
Josiah Gilbert (9) 2 sketches: 2:250 GILBERT:JOHN 7 of 7, 2:251 GILBERT:JOSIAH
Philip Kirtland (8) 2 sketches: 1:349 CATLIN or CATLING:PHILIP, 3:32 KIRTLAND or KERTLAND, now commonly KIRKLAND:PHILIP 1 of 2
William Paul (25) 2 sketches: 3:372 PAUL:WILLIAM, 3:455-456 POOLE, POOL or POLE:WILLIAM 1 of 2
John Goodenow (5) 2 sketches: 2:272 GOODENOW, GOODNOW or GOODENOUGH:JOHN 2 of 2, 2:274 GOODMAN:JOHN 2 of 3
Timothy Brooks (1) 2 sketches: 1:262 BROOKS or BROOKES, sometimes BROOKE:TIMOTHY 1 of 3, 1:262-263 BROOKS or BROOKES, sometimes BROOKE:TIMOTHY 2 of 3
Edward Culver (1) 2 sketches: 1:438 COLVER or CULVER:EDWARD, 1:482 CULVER:EDWARD 1 of 2
Thomas Skillings (2) 2 sketches: 4:103 SKELLING:THOMAS, 4:105 SKILLING, SKILLIN or SKILLINGS:THOMAS
John Ward (154) 2 sketches: 4:408 WARD:JOHN 1 of 9, 4:408 WARD:JOHN 2 of 9
Samuel Fisher (30) 2 sketches: 2:164 FISHER:SAMUEL 1 of 2, 2:164 FISHER:SAMUEL 2 of 2
Edward Converse (2) 2 sketches: 1:443-444 CONVERS or CONVERSE:EDWARD 1 of 3, 1:444 CONVERS or CONVERSE:EDWARD 2 of 3
Thomas Dane (7) 2 sketches: 2:7 DANE:THOMAS, 2:30 DEAN, often with final e:THOMAS 1 of 6
Maudit Ingles (1) 2 sketches: 2:123-124 ENGLISH or ENGLES:MAUDETT, 2:522-523 INGLES or INGLISH:MAUDETT
Philemon Dalton (2) 2 sketches: 2:3 DALTON or DOLTON:PHILEMON 1 of 2, 2:3 DALTON or DOLTON:PHILEMON 2 of 2
Thomas Hale (34) 2 sketches: 2:331 HALE:THOMAS 1 of 8, 2:331 HALE:THOMAS 4 of 8
William Haskell (1) 2 sketches: 2:371-372 HASKELL or HASCALL:WILLIAM 1 of 3, 2:372 HASKELL or HASCALL:WILLIAM 2 of 3
Samuel Kinsley (3) 2 sketches: 3:29 KINGSLEY or KINSLEY:SAMUEL 1 of 2, 3:29-30 KINGSLEY or KINSLEY:SAMUEL 2 of 2