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1675; Mary, 17 Apr. 1678; Nathaniel, 16 Jan. 1680; and Joseph, 3
Feb. 1682. RICHARD, Lynn, had Sarah, b. June 1648; Nathaniel,
Apr. 1650; and Hannah. RICHARD, Groton, br. of James the first of
Concord, by w. Isabel had Mary, wh. d. 19 Apr. 1662; James; Nathaniel;
Elizabeth and Joseph; was the chief of the orig. proprs. and d. 7 Dec.
1683. The date of b. of all is unkn. but Butler's Hist. has their ms.
and ds. Elizabeth m. 1 Dec. 1686, Thomas Tarbell, third of that name.
ROBERT, Concord, br. of the preced. m. 8 Apr. 1653, Elizabeth d. of maj.
Simon Willard
, had Mary, b. 4 Mar. 1655; Elizabeth 11 June 1656; Sarah,
1 Aug. 1658; Robert, 2 Feb. 1660; Simon, 5 July 1662; Josiah, or
Joshua, 6 Apr. 1661; John, 29 Oct. 1666; Ellen. 14 Apr. 1669; Samuel,
16 Oct. 1672; James, 1673; Ebenezer, 15 Feb. 1676; and Jonathan,
as giv. by Shattuck, to wh. credible report adds Abigail. In comp. with
a br. he sold, 1 May 1649, small est. at Ruddington, in Nottinghamsh. His
w. d. 29 Aug. 1690; {{savagetranscriptdefect|2|and one Sarah, perhaps his d. d. at Roxbury, 28 July 1690)).
He was one of the orig. petitnrs. for incorp. of Groton, and d. 27 Oct.
1692
[1], but one acco. has the yr. 1701. Descend. are very num.

    BLOSSOM, PETER, Barnstable, perhaps s. of Thomas, m. 4 June 1663,
Sarah Bodfish, had Mercy, b. 9 Apr. 1664, d. young; Thomas, 20 Dec.
1667; Samuel, 1669, d. young; Joseph, 10 Dec. 1673; Thankful,
1675; Mercy, again, Aug. 1678; and Jabez, 16 Feb. 1680. THOMAS,
one of the Pilgrims, wh. came from Leyden to Plymouth, but being on
board the Speedwell, was disappoint. of passage in the Mayflower from
Eng. and soon went back to encourage emigra. of the residue. A s. wh.
came and return. with him, d. bef. Dec. 1625, and two other ch. had
been b. in the interval. See a good let. from him to Gov. Bradford in
Young's Chron. of the Pilgr. 480. He came again, 1629, prob. in the
Mayflower, if the below. name would attract the few for Plymouth, when
the larger part of the fellow-voyagers with Higginson were bound for
Salem; was deac. and d. after short possessn. of the land of promise, in
the summer of 1633. Prince, Annals, 437, of Ed. 1826. His wid.
Ann m. 17 Oct. of that yr. Henry Rowley; and d. Elizabeth m. 10 May
1637, Edward Fitzrandle. THOMAS, Plymouth, s. of the preced. had w.
Sarah, m. 18 June 1645, d. of Thomas Ewer of Charlestown, and d.
Sarah; liv. at Barnstable 1643, was drown. 22 Apr. 1650. Admin.
was gr. to his wid. 4 June of that yr.

    BLOTT, JOHN, Charlestown 1634, of wh. no more is kn. ROBERT,
Charlestown 1634, had come in 1632, prob. to Roxbury, freem. 4 Mar.
1635; was at Boston 1644; had w. Susanna, wh. d. 20 Jan. 1660. He
d. 1665, for his will of 27 May 1662, has a codie. 27 Mar. of latter yr.
and was prob. 2 Feb. after, inv. being tak. 22 Aug. bef. In it he names
eldest d. Mary, wh. (we kn. by Roxbury ch. rec.) came in 1632, and
soon after had m. Thomas Woodford of Roxbury, many yrs. bef. rem. to