||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
||1630 - 1722
||BALLANTINE - BALLARD
|Volume 1, Page 108
to a suspicion of his being, one of the melancholy exiles from the
of the civ. war. Surely he was here pretty early in 1651, prob. a yr.
or two bef. as otherwise he would hardly have gain. Hollard's d. so early.
A Scot we may easily believe he was, one of the founders, we kn. of the
Charit. Soc. of that nation, wh. with the ever active spirit of nationality
begun in Boston 1657, then compos. of twenty-seven mem. of whose names
his is tenth. No sufferer in the cause of Charles Stuart can be supposed
so early to have acquir. social position and property to contribute to "the
box." See Drake's Boston, 455. A cooper was more likely, two hundred
yrs. ago, to have been bred at Glasgow than its neighboring, little vill. of
Ayr; and one of those tradesmen, whose motto was "let Glasgow flourish,"
would hardly be call. gent. of A. Often the name appears Bellantine,
BALLARD, oft. writ. as sound. Ballatt, JARVIS, Boston 1670, merchant,
perhaps not perman. resid. JOHN, Lynn, s. of William the sec. of the same,
b. prob. in Eng. had
William, b. 1 Oct. 1667; Sarah, early in July 1669; Rebecca,
1 Apr. 1671; Jane, 1 Dec. 1674; John; Priscilla, 20 Dec. 1680; rem.
to Andover, there m. sec. w. 16 Nov. 1681, Rebecca Hooper, perhaps d.
of William of Reading, had William, 8 Nov. 1683, d. soon; and Dorothy,
30 Jan. 1685. He d. 1715, aged 62, but this, tho. the rec. says it, seems
to me twenty yrs. short of the truth. JOSEPH, Andover, br. of the
preced. m. 28 Feb. 1666, Elizabeth Phelps, d. perhaps of Edward the first,
had Joseph, and two ds. of wh. one, Tabitha, d. 30 Mar. 1687; and the
other d. 24 Feb. 1691. His w. d. 27 July 1692, and he m. 15 Nov. foll.
wid. Rebecca Horne, but of wh. she. was relict I see not, and d. 1722.
NATHANIEL, Lynn, wh. may have been br. of the preced. m. 16 Dec.
1662, Rebecca Hudson, perhaps d. of Thomas, had Mary, b. 13 June
1666; Nathaniel, 4 Dec. 1670 d. at less than 2 yrs.; Susanna, 12 June,
1673; Elizabeth 2 Nov. 1670; Esther, 14 Feb. 1678; Sarah, 13 May 1681;
Jemima, 20 Jan. 1684; and William 23 Apr. 1686. He d. 12 Jan.
1722; and his wid. d. 16 May 1724. Mary m. Moses Haven of
Framington. ROBERT, Portsmouth R. I. is among the freem. of 1655.
SAMUEL, Charlestown, freem. 1680, by w. Lydia had Lydia b. 27 Oct.
1670; John, 23 Nov. 1672; wh. d. at 30 yrs.; and Elizabeth 24 Feb. 1673; and
his w. d. 1 May 1678. On 1 Sept. foll. he m. Hannah Belcher, perhaps eldest d.
of Andrew the first; wh. d. 14 May 1691; and 4 Sept. foll. he m. third w.
Lydia Hale; was a lieut. and d. 12 Nov. 1708, aged 70. WILLIAM,
Lynn 1630, as claim. for him, tho. of that date I feel less confident
than of that of 1634, when he came in the Mary and John, Capt. Sayres,
from London, tak. the oath to qualify him for embarc. 26 Mar. had w.
and childr. and d. in few yrs. mak. a day or two bef. his nuncup. will, as
may be seen in Geneal. Reg. II. 183, giv. one half to w. one half to be
div. among ch. WILLIAM, Lynn, perhaps s. of the preced. came in the
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