||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Massachusetts, United States
New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
||1635 - 1836
||ADAMS - ADDINGTON
|Volume 1, Page 17
to Ipswich, but at C. had William, Nathaniel, and Samuel, prob. b. in
Eng. and he d. 1661. WILLIAM, Ipswich, prob. s. of the preced. and
perhaps that passeng,. in the Elizabeth and Ann from London, 1635,
aged 15, had John; and William, b. 27 May 1650, H. C. 1671; and d.
Jan. 1659. WILLIAM, Dedham, s. of the preced. the earliest gr. of this
copious name, bec. the sec. min. at D. ord. 3 Dec. 1673, m. 21 Oct.
1674, Maly, d. of William Manning, of Cambridge, had Mary, b. 12 Nov.
1675, d. soon; Eliphalet, 26 Mar. 1677, H. C. 1694, disting. man,
min. of New London; William, 17 Jan. 16~9. His w. d. 24 June 1679,
and he m. 29 Mar. foll. Alice, d. of William Bradford the sec. had Elizabeth
b. 23 Feb. 1681; Alice, 3 Apr. 1682; William, 17 Dec. 1683; and
posthum. d. Abiel, 15 Dec. 1685. He had preach. at Boston the Gen.
Elect. sermon 27 May preced. and d. 17 Aug. next. Judge Sewall
informs us, that he attend. the funeral, and that prayers were public.
offer. then for the first time in N. E. on such an occasion. His wid. bec.
sec. w. of Major James Fitch of Norwich, and had eight more ch. Of
the m. of his ds. and later details of the fam. eno. may be seen in Worthington's
Hist. of Dedham, Lamson's Centen. Disc., Allen in Geneal.
Reg. IX. 127, and in the large Mem. of Eliphalet, by Miss Caulkins,
4 Mass. Hist. Coll. I. 1. WILLIAM, Hartford 1650, perhaps bot. land
1653 at Farmington, and there d. 18 July 1656. His wid. Elizabeth d. 3
Aug. foll. WILLIAM, Sudbury, by w. Elizabeth had James, b. 31 Mar. 1674;
John, 8 Mar. 1676; and Richard, 22 Aug. 1678. In the Defence from
London, 1635, came one Dorothy A. aged 24, but whose w. or d. she
was, is unkn. to me. Farmer remarks, in 1836, that of this name fifty-two
had been gr. at Harv. twenty-three at Yale, and at all the other
N. E. coll. forty-two; of wh. vast number, were min. eighteen of Harv.
six of Yale, and four of the other coll.
ADDINGTON, ISAAC, Boston, 1640, freem. 1650, by w. Ann d. of Elder
Thomas Leverett, wh. outliv. him, had Isaac, b. 22, bapt. 26 Jan. 1645;
Ann, 10, bapt. 14 Mar. 1647; Rebecca, bapt. 11 Mar. 1649, as "four
days old ;" Sarah, 12, bapt. 20 Apr. 1651, d. 2 Aug. of next yr. and
Sarah, again, 11, bapt. 13 Feb. 1653; was chos. 1652 into the art. co.
when Whitman erron. calls him Israel; and he d. next yr. Ann m. Capt.
Samuel Maudesley; Rebecca m. Eleazer Davenport; and Sarah m.
Penn Townsend. ISAAC, Boston, only s. of the preced. m. 1669, Elizabeth
d. of Griffith Bowen of London, but formerly of Boston, had Elizabeth b. 21
Sept. 1671, wh. d. bef. her f. He was bred for a surgeon, but was
almost wholly unkn. in later yrs. for that skill, bec. a rep. 1685, and
was forthwith chos. speaker, and next yr: Assist. By the new chart.
the k. under dictat. of Increase Mather, made him of the counc. and the
Secretary, in wh. offices he many yrs. was contin. unlike sev. of Mather's
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