John (Dixwell), New Haven, came in 1664, it is said, after long concealm. in Europe or elsewhere, flying from prosecut. as one of the regicides, but it is suppos. his first quiet resid. was at Hadley, with Goffe and Whalley, under shelter of Rev. John Russell, tho. the length of time is unkn. At New Haven he was call. by hims. and others, James Davids, m. 3 Nov. 1673, I think for sec. w. Joanna, wid. of Benjamin Ling, with wh. (wh. d. in few wks.) he obtain. comfortab. prop. and he m. again 23 Oct. 1677, Bathsheba How, had Mary, b. 9 June 1679; John, 6 Mar. 1681; and Eliz. 14 July 1682, wh. d. young. His wid. d. at Middletown 27 Dec. 1729, aged 83, so that she was 39 yrs. younger than her h. His concealm. was perfect, but his real name was kn. to one or more of the chief peop. and confess. by hims. shortly bef. his d. 18 Mar. 1689 in his 82d yr. His only d. Mary, m. 23 Dec. 1707, John Collins of Middletown. The family was and still is highly respect. in Kent; and in the gr. civ. war, the head of it, Sir Basil, stood and suffer. for the royal cause.
[Savage 3:616 Additions and Corrections] [Vol. 3] P. 55. l. 12, bef. Bathsheba, ins Bethia or ─ also, aft. How, add, d. of Jeremy,
[Savage 3:616 Additions and Corrections] [Vol. 3] P. 55. l. 17, for 1689 r. 1690