||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
||1520 - 1755
||BELKNAP - BELL
|Volume 1, Page 159
1716. His wid. d. 9 June 1734. Jeremy, wh. foll. the trade of his f.
had Joseph, whose s. Jeremy, b. 4 June 1744, H. C. 1762, was the
amiab. and learn. histo. of New Hampsh. author of the Foresters, and
of the high. valua. vols. of Amer. Biogr. SAMUEL, Salem, joiner, s. of
Abraham the first, b. in Eng. by w. Sarah had Mary, b. 17 Aug. 1653,
d. young; Mary, again, 14 Oct. 1656; Abraham, 4 June 1660; and Samuel,
1 May 1662; was of Malden 1671, but rem. to Haverhill, there took
o. of fidel. 28 Nov. 1677, had Joseph, 25 Mar. 1672; and Patience, 17
Sept. 1675; and perhaps Ebenezer. His w. d. 18 Apr. 1689. THOMAS,
Woburn, glover, s. of Joseph the first, m. 6 Mar. 1694, Jane Cheney, perhaps
d. of Thomas of Roxbury, had Thomas; Jane, b. 4 Nov. 1639;
Benjamin, 3 May 1702; Hannah, 18 May 1704; ano. d. 1709; and
perhaps Joseph, beside Samuel, b. 24 May 1707; but dates of b. are not
kn. for all. He d. 15 Oct. 1755. Perhaps Abraham B., Esqr. of Johnston,
R. I. wh. d. 1520, in his 92d yr. was a descend. of the first of the
BELL, ABRAHAM, New Haven 1639, rem. a. 1647 to Charlestown, d.
early in 1663. It was on 31 Dec. 1662, that he, with ano. man, was wreck.
near home, and both drown. Very oft. this surname is confus. with Beal,
but, perhaps, only for Abraham. See Beal. Admin. of his est. �154. 1. 1.
was giv. to his w. Catharine, wh. d. 29 Aug. 1692, aged 68. I see no ch.
but Isaac, bapt. at C. 12 Oct. 1662. FRANCIS, Stamford, then call. Rippowams,
1641, had been early at Wethersfield, was a lieut. 1666, but not freem. of Conn.
Col. bef. 1676, tho. he was adm. of that of N. H. 1641. His w. Rebecca
d. 1684, and he d. 8 Jan. 1690. From his will of 24 May preced. we
gain something as to his fam. Jonathan is the only s. nam. d. Mary
Hoyt, and four s. of his d. Rebecca, w. of Jonathan Tuttle, the mo.
hav. d. 2 May 1676. JAMES, New Haven, took o. of fidel. 1644; perhaps
was br. of Abraham, and may have rem. to Taunton, where one of
this name had Jane, b. 4 Apr. 1658; John, 15 Aug. 1660; James, 10
July 1663; Nathaniel, 7 Jan. 1665; Sarah, 15 Sept. 1666; Elizabeth 15
Nov. 1668; Mary, 7 July 1669, if the rec. be trustworthy; Joseph, 27
June 1670; and Esther, 15 Aug. 1672. JOHN, Sandwich 1643, Yarmouth
1657, d. prob. bef. 1676, tho. his est. was not sett. until 27 Sept.
1700. He left Elizabeth wh. m. Samuel Berry; and Mary, wh. m. a Nickerson.
JONATHAN, Stamford, only s. of Francis, m. Mary Crane, perhaps
d. of Jasper, had Jonathan, b. 1663; Hannah, 1665; Rebecca,
1667; and his w. d. 26 Oct. 1671. Next yr. he m. Susanna, d. of Rev.
Abraham Pierson of Newark, N. J. and had Abigail, 1673, d. young;
Abraham, 1675; Mercy, 1678; John, 1681; a d. 1683, whose name is
hard to be decyph. James, 1684; Susanna, 1686; and Mary, 1689.
He was a rep. 1670, and d. 11 Mar. 1699, in his will of 21 Nov. preced.
nam. the w. Susanna, and seven of his ch., omit. Rebecca, Abigail, the
illegib. d. and James, prob. all dec. PHILIP, Boston 1668. ROBERT,
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