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May 1667; Elkanah, of wh. all that is told is his m. of a Clark; and
Rose, wh. m. a Fowler. Yet a sec. w. Isabel (d. of John Potter). long
surv. him, and may have been mo. of one or more. His will was pro.
25 June 1714.

    BURWELL, JOHN, Milford 1639, had Samuel, bapt. 11 Oct. 1640;
Ephraim, 19 May 1644; Nathan, 1646; and Elizabeth 1647; but he had, bef.
com. to M. s. John, and Zechariah, perhaps both b. in Eng. and d. 17 Aug.
1649. He was from Co. Herts, left wid. Alice, wh. m. next yr. Joseph Peck
from New Haven, a single man, and she d. 19 Dec. 1666. JOHN, Milford,
s. of the preced. had John, and two other ch. without name, and d. 1665.
JOHN, Branford, as Porter suggests, wh. d. 9 Aug. 1680, had five ch. by
the first w. and by Benedicta, the sec. w. had three more, but names are not
giv. exc. of John, and Elizabeth wh. m. the sec. Eleazer Stent. JOHN, Branford,
s. of the preced. by w. Hannah had Hannah, call. 5 and 1/2 yrs. old, and
John, 3 and 1/2, when the inv. aft. d. of f. was brot. in, 20 Mar. 1691.
NATHAN, Milford, br. of the preced. m. 14 Jan. 1674, Temperance, d.
of Richard Baldwin, had Alice, b. Dec. foll. and Temperance, bapt. 1676.
SAMUEL. br. of the preced. m. perhaps, Sarah, d. of the first Benjamin
Fenn, had Sarah, bapt. 1663; Samuel, 1665, d. soon; Samuel, again,
1667; Joseph, 1676; and John, 1678; tho. possib. this last may have
been s. of Nathan. He was among proprs. of New Haven 1685, as
print. in Geneal. Reg. I. 157, but ano. copy of that list gives the
name Bunnill, and I fear it has not seldom bec. Burrill in print. Ano.
SAMUEL, New Haven 1685, was younger and m. Rebecca, d. of
Benjamin Bunnell, had Ann, b. 30 Dec. 1685; and eleven other ch. as
Porter writes, without giv. the names. ZECHARIAH, Milford, s. of
the first John, m. 1663, Elizabeth Baldwin, but from the gr. host of that
name, I am unable to select a f. for her. He soon rem. to Newark,
N. J.

    BUSBY, ABRAHAM, Boston, linen-weaver, s. of Nicholas, freem.
1650, ar. co. 1647, m. 23 Sept. 1659, perhaps as sec. w. Abigail, wid. of
Joseph Briscoe, and d. 20 Mar. 1687. NICHOLAS, Watertown, weaver,
came from old Norwich to Boston 20 June 1637, then aged 50, with w.
Bridget 53, and four ch. Nicholas, John, Abraham, and Sarah, was
freem. Mar. 1638, selectman 1640, and 41, rem. to Boston 1646, constable
there 1649, and d. 28 Aug. 1657. His will of 25 July preced.
giv. "all his books of physic" to eldest s. John, adds that he was then in
Eng. all his books of divintiy to Abraham, also ment. eldest d. Ann, w.
of William Nickerson of Boston, weaver; d. Catharine Savory; youngest
d. of Sarah, w. of John Grout of Sudbury, wh. has been w. of Thomas
Cakebread; and his gr.s. Joseph, s. of Nicholas, wh. was d. His w.
Bridget surv. him 3 or 4 yrs. NICHOLAS, Boston, s. of the preced. b.
in Eng. m. 1652, Martha, d. of John Cheney, the young wid. of Anthony
Sadler, had Joseph, and d. bef. his f.

    BUSH, EDWARD, Salem, m. 17 Oct. 1665, Mary Hyde (spell. on the
rec. Hidz, inmost scrupul. conform. with sound), had Edward, b. 2 Sept.
1667, d. in few mos. Again he m. 1 Aug. 1678, young wid. Elizabeth Pitman,
wh. long surv. had Elizabeth b. 30 Apr. foll.; Edward, again, 1 Mar.
1682, d. soon; Ann, 25 Feb. 1683; Benjamin, 7 May 1685; Edward,
again, 2 Aug. 1687; Estwick, 22 Mar. 1689, d. young; and Estwick,