Person:Thomas Savage (19)

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Thomas Savage
d.2 Jul 1705
  1. Habijah Savage1638 - 1669
  2. Thomas Savage1640 - 1705
  3. Hannah Savage1643 -
  4. Dyonisia Savage1649 -
m. by 1665
  1. Thomas Savage1665 - Bef 1669
  2. Thomas Savage1668 -
  3. Scottow Savage1670/71 -
  4. Habijah Savage1674 - 1746
  5. Elizabeth Savage1677 -
  6. Arthur Savage1680 - 1735
  7. Faith Savage1682 - Bef 1683
  8. Faith Savage1683 -
  9. Lydia Savage1686 -
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Savage
Gender Male
Christening[1] 17 May 1640 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Birth[1] 28 May 1640 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage by 1665 to Elizabeth Scottow
Death[2] 2 Jul 1705
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Thomas Savage, in Great Migration Newsletter. (Boston, Massachusetts: Great Migration Study Project).

    ii. THOMAS SAVAGE, b. Boston 28 May [sic] 1640 [NEHGR 2:400], bp. there 17 May 1640 [BChR 285]; m. by 1665 Elizabeth Scottow (eldest known child b. Boston 20 July 1665 [BVR 97]), daughter of Joshua Scottow (in his will of 23 June 1696, “Joshua Scottow of Boston …, merchant,” included a bequest to “my daughter Elizabeth Savage” and appointed “my honored friend Samuel Sewall Esq. and my two sons-in-law Major Thomas Savage & Capt. Samuel Checkly of Boston” as executors [SPR 8:110]).

  2. Savage, James. 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. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862), 4:27.

    THOMAS, Boston, s. of the preced. m. a. 1664, Elizabeth d. of Joshua Scottow, had Thomas, b. 20 July 1665, d. soon; Thomas, again, 2 Aug. 1668, bapt. 19 June 1670; Scottow, 4, bapt. 12 Feb. 1671; Habijah, 10, bapt. 13 Sept. 1674; Elizabeth 4, bapt. 5 Aug. 1677; Arthur, 29 Mar. bapt. 4 Apr. 1680; Faith, 11, bapt. 13 Aug. 1682, d. soon; Faith, again, 3, bapt. 7 Oct. 1683; and Lydia, 6, bapt. 12 Sept. 1686; was of ar. co. 1665, serv. short time in Philip's war, was freem. 1690, in wh. yr. head one of the three regim. for the wild expedit. of Sir William Phips against Quebec, and was the first field officer that land. Of that brief and blasted campaign, suffic. acco. may be read in a letter from him to his br. Perez in London, that was by his majesty's officer licens. and print. Apr. 1691. See 2 Mass. Hist. Coll. III. 256. He d. 2 July 1705, and his wid. d. 29 Aug. 1715.