"JOHN, Plymouth, s. of the preced. after being some yrs. at Wethersfield, where he was excor. of the will of Gov. Wells, m. 7 Nov. 1660, Joanna, d. of Dr. Bray Rossiter, wh. outliv. him, and d. 12 Oct. 1702, aged 60; was preacher at W. and freem. of Conn. 1661; but rem. without sett. back to his nat. town, had unhappiness of being excom. by his father's ch. for three aggrav. offences, May 1664, I presume without public prosecut. and happily long aft. d. of his pious f.;but aft. open confess. was restor. next mo. went soon and preach. at Guilford 1664; ord. at P. 30 June 1669, but when he had serv. near 28 yrs. was dism. (Judge Sewall marks in his Almanac 29 Sept.) 5 Oct. 1697, under very unpleasant circumstances, went to Charleston, S. C. in Nov. 1698, there was min. to his d. of the yellow fever, 18 Sept. foll."