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letter, was k. by the Ind. 14 Oct. 1675, with his br. leav. wid. Ann, and childr.
but their names are not told. See Hubbard's Hist. of N. E. 600, and
Willis, as above. ISRAEL, BridgeWater, S. of Thomas, m. Patience, d. of
Nathaniel Hayward of the same, had Israel, b. 1689; Joseph, 1691;
Thomas,1697; Nathaniel, 1700; and John, 1704. JOHN, Scarborough,
s. of Andrew the first, had sev. ds. of wh. Elizabeth m. John Millikin. Willis.
MATTHEW, Scarborough, br. of the preced. and the last male of the fam.
d. 1690 of fever from the service in the sad expedit. of 1690 by Sir William
Phips against Quebec, in wh. he command. a vessel, and got safe
back. Ib. SAMPSON, York, 1649, then of the gr. jury, freem. 1652,
constable, 1655. He may have been relat. of the foregoing fam. but the
name is variously writ. the sec. letter often being U, agreeing with the
sound, and when it is n, looking doubtful, whether Anger, or Angier, as
by the scrupulous Paige in Geneal. Reg. III. 193, or Angur, as by the
same hand on the next page, or Augur, as the same MS. is read by the
Editor of Mass. Col. Rec. IV. pt. I. page 358. THOMAS, Taunton, 1665,
m. 14 Nov. of that yr. Elizabeth d. of Samuel Packard, had Israel, and Deliverance,
perhaps others, bef. or after rem. to Bridgewater. Mitchell
shows, in his Hist. that most of this name in that vicin. call him their
anc. TRISTRAM, Scarborough.

    ALISET or ALLISET, JOHN, Boston 1689, chos. an overseer of cord
wood, as also in 1691, yet not found among taxab. inhab. of 1695.

    ALLARD, HUGH, New Hampsh. 1674. One Elizabeth A. m. 10 Dec.
1634, Robert Seaver at Roxbury; and this may well be thot. mistake
for Ballard, as the ch. rec. has it; yet no Ballard is kn. in R. so early by
many yrs. and a Mrs. Allard d. there 11 Aug. 1717, but she may have
been a Huguenot of later importa.

    ALLARE, LOUIS, Boston, a Huguenot, adm. inhab. 1 Feb. 1692, but
in 1695 not seen.

    ALLEN, ABRAHAM, Marblehead 1674. ALEXANDER, Windsor 1689,
a Scotchman, m. 21 Sept. 1693, Mary Grant, had Alexander, b. 9 Sept. 1695;
John, 25 July 1697; William, 9 Apr. 1701, d. soon; and Mary, 7 June 1702, d.
soon; and by sec. w. Elizabeth m. 1704, d. of John Allen, the famous Secr. of the
Col. had Fitz John, 12 Oct. 1705. He d. 19 Aug. 1708, by his will made three
days bef. dispos. of large prop. to ch. something to brs. William and Robert at
home, and £5. to the Scot's box in Boston. His wid. m. John Gardiner, Esqr.
of Gardiner's isl. ALEXANDER, Windsor, eldest s. of the preced. m. 17 May
1716, Hannah, prob. d. of John Marshall of W. wh. d. 30 Nov. 1772, aged 77,
had Abigail, b. 4 Feb. 1717, d. at 2 yrs.; Alexander, 23 Dec. 1718; Abigail,
again, 28 Aug. 1721 Mary; and Hannah; and d. 2 Apr. 1742. ANDREW, Lynn
1642, m. Faith, d. of Edmund Ingalls, rem. to Andover, there d. 24
Oct. 1690. He left Andrew and John, both d. the next mo. after. ANDREW,
Andover, s. of the preced. m. 1 Jan. 1682, Elizabeth Richardson, had
Thomas, wh. d. 18 Dec. 1690, of smallpox, as had the f. 26 Nov. preced.
ARNOLD, Casco 1645, had w. Mary. BENJAMIN, Groton 1674, may have
been a soldier next yr. in Moseley's comp. for the Dec. campaign. BENJAMIN,