||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
||1606 - 1711
||BROWNSON - BRUEN
|Volume 1, Page 280
1699; Timothy, 14 June 1701; John, bapt. Apr. 1704; and Amos, b.
Oct. 1707, d. at 3 mos. ISAAC, Farmington, s. of the first John, unit.
with the ch. there 25 May 1684, and had Isaac, John, Samuel, Joseph,
and Mary, all bapt. 29 June foll.; Thomas, 11 Apr. 1686; and Ebenezer,
7 Apr 1689. JACOB, Farmington, br. of the preced. had w. 1679, s.
Isaac, bapt. 28 Nov. 1686; and Hannah, 28 Oct. 1688. JOHN, Hartford
1639, rem. to Farmington, there was one of the found. of the ch.
13 Oct. 1652, d. 1680, leav. Jacob, b. 1640; John, 1643; Isaac, bapt. 7
Dec. 1645; Abraham, 28 Nov. 1647; had ds. Mary, Dorcas, and Sarah,
bef. Jacob, John, and Isaac; sett. at Waterbury. Mary m. John Wyatt;
Dorcas m. Stephen Hopkins; and Sarah m. John Kilbourn as sec. w.
outliv. him, and d. 4 Dec. 1711. JOHN, Farmington,
s. of the preced.
m. Sarah, d. of Moses Ventris, and took sec. w. 17 Apr. 1709, Mary,
wid. of John Chatterton. RICHARD, Farmington, br. of John, d.
1687, had, bapt. 29 May 1659, Abigail, then a. 15 yrs. old; John, 20
Feb. 1659, a. 13 yrs.; as had been Cornelius, a. 5 yrs.; Hannah, a. 3
yrs.; and Elizabeth a. 1 yr. all bapt. 17 July 1653, I presume, tho. Goodwin
in Geneal. Reg. XI. 323, prints it 19, wh. was on Tuesday, and so
not to be thot. of; Eede, or Edith, 22 Apr. 1655; and Mary, 13 Feb.
1659; beside Samuel; all exc. one d. nam. or describ. in the will. For
sec. w. he took Elizabeth wid. of George Orvis, wh. had been wid. of David
Carpenter of F. SAMUEL, Waterbury, s. of the preced. m. Lydia, d. of
John Warner first of the same.
BRUCE, JAMES, Haverhill 1677. JOHN, Sudbury, by w. Elizabeth had
Hannah, b. 1672; Mary, 1680; Eunice, 1684; and Martha, 1685. Perhaps
he had male ch. earlier. PETER, Haverhill 1677. ROGER, Marlborough,
by w. Elizabeth had Samuel, b. 24 Mar. 1691; Abijah, 27 Nov.
1693; rem. to Framingham, had Elisha, 14 Sept. 1695; Rebecca, 22
Feb. 1698; Sarah, 2 Mar. 1700; Daniel, 22 Feb. 1701; Thomas, 5
Jan. 1704; Hannah, 18 Feb. 1706; Deliverance, 9 Sept. 1709; and
David, 9 June 1711; d. 16 Sept. 1733.
BRUEN, JOHN, New London, s. of Obadiah, by w. Esther had Eleazer,
Joseph, and John, but prob. some, perhaps all, b. after his rem. to Newark;
d. a 1696, when the Lords proprs. made gr. of ld. to his wid.
OBADIAH, Gloucester, came, 1640, prob. with Rev. Richard Blinman,
had first set them down at Marshfield, and ask. for adm. as freem. of
Plymouth jurisdict. Mar. 1641, but speedily went to the opposite side of
the Bay. He was freem. 19 May 1642; selectman in 1642, and sev.
foll. yrs. and rep. 1647, 8, 9, and 51, in wh. last yr. with his spiritual
guide he rem. again to New London, there was town clk. 15 yrs. often
rep. and in nam. in the royal chart. 1662; but hav. purch. 11 June 1667,
with assoc. the ld. in N. J. now the city of Newark, he rem. thither,
where the fam. has always flour. He was youngest s. of John B. Esq.
of Bruen Stapleford, Cheshire, bapt. 25 Dec. 1606, at Tarves, near