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    BAYSEY, JOHN, Hartford, weaver, an orig. propr. by w. Elizabeth had
Lydia, wh. m. John Baker; Mary, wh. m. Samuel Burr; and Elizabeth bapt.
24 Aug. 1645, wh. m. Paul Peck; and d. 1671. His wid. d. 1673. In
the will made the last yr. of his life, he gave ld. to d. Elizabeth and her s.
Paul Peck. A s. of Baker, and a gr.s. of Burr had ea. the name Baysey
giv. for perpetuat.

    BAZICOTT, PETER, Warwick, one of the freem. 1655; and without kn.
whether this were a Dutch, French, or English name, we may be sure
it was variously spelt. See Bassaker.

    BEACH or BEECH, AZARIAH, New Haven, s. of Richard, d. 1696,
leav. 7 ch, betw. 6 and 21 yrs. of age. BENJAMIN, Stratford 1659, was
s. of Richard of New Haven, I judge, and m. 1673, Mary, d. of John
Peacock, and next m. 1 Feb. 1678, Sarah, d. of John Welles of the same,
had Sarah, b. 4 May 1679; and Hannah, Sept. 1681; and he d. 10 Apr.
1715. But his first w. had bro. him Benjamin, b. 1672; Bethia, 1674; and
d. 1677. Goodwin, in Geneal. Notes, 254, led me into the error of mak.
Sarah, wid. of Beach to m. A. T.whereas B.long surv. her, and the rec. of
Stratford shows his third w. "Dec. 1705, Benjamin B. sen. m. wid. Mary
Fairchild," ISAAC, Newton 1678, then part of Cambridge, had w. Mary, wh.
d. 1724, and he d. 1735, aged 90, without ch. In Hist. of N. it is said, that he
gave his prop. 1727, to the first Isaac Jackson, to wh. he had taught the carpenter's
trade. JOHN, New Haven 1644, Stratford 1660, not. Preston; John,
1654; Mary, 1656; Thomas, 1659; Nathaniel, 1662; Hannah, 1665;
Sarah, 1667; Isaac, 1669; Joseph, 1671; and Benjamin, 1674; and d.
very sudden. 1677. s. of Richard, of New Haven, if he were not br.
as seems prob. m. a d. of Thomas Staples, of Fairfield[1], was one of the
early sett. at Wallingford 1670. RICHARD, Cambridge 1635, soon after
at Watertown, had (by w. Mary) John, b. 6 Aug. 1639; and Mary, 11
Dec. 1641; and by sec. w. Martha had Isaac, 5 July 1646; Martha, 10
Mar. 1650; Abigail, 4 June 1653; Joseph, 15 Dec. 1655; and Richard,
28 Oct. 1657; and d. 21 Oct. 1674. Martha m. 24 Jan. foll. Joseph
Whitney. RICHARD, New Haven 1639, one of the signers of the orig.
compact, m. a. 1640, the wid. of Andrew Hull, and had, in her right, there
bapt. in 1642, Mary, b. in June of that yr.; Benjamin, b. Oct. 1644;
Azariah, July 1646; and Mercy 1648; all three bapt. 21 May of that
yr. rem. to New London 1667; but had kept an inn at Stratford 1666;
and perhaps was of Elizabethtown, N. J. 1685. THOMAS, Milford
1658, br. of Richard, had liv. at New Haven, and there, by w.
Sarah, d. of deac. Richard Platt of M. had Sarah, b. 1 Mar. 1654;
but at M. had John, 19 Oct. 1655; Mary, 1657; Samuel, 1660;
and Zopher, 1662; and led. in that yr. His wid. m. Miles Merwin,
and d. 1670. Thirteen of this name are seen in the last list of gr. at
Yale.

    BEACHAM. See Beauchamp.

    BEACHEN, ROBERT, Fairfield 1669.

    BEADLE, JOSEPH, Marshfield 1652, d. 1 Sept. 1672. NATHANIEL,
Salem, s. of Samuel, m. 20 Apr. 1671, Mary Hicks, perhaps d. of Richard
of Boston, had Thomas, b. 21 Jan. 1672; Mary, 20 Nov. 1673; Nathaniel, 17
Dec. 1675; John, 29 Apr. 1678, d. soon; Elizabeth 25 Oct. 1679; and John, again,
12 Aug. 1683. SAMUEL, Charlestown 1658, rem. to Salem, by w. Susanna
had Dorothy, b. 8 Mar. 1660; Abigail, b. 24 Sept. 1661, d. next mo.
and his w. d. 13 Feb. 1663 and he d. 10 Mar. 1664. His will ment. ch. Nathaniel,
Dorothy, Samuel, Thomas, and Eliza. SAMUEL, Salem, perhaps s. of the preced.