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of 1692 for the Unit. Prov. speaker of the ho. 1693, a col. judge of
prob. and of com. pleas. for the new County of Bristol, after for Suffk.
and judge of the Vice-Admira. as also of his majesty's counc. d. 6 June
1733. See Hutch. II. 211; Baylies, wh. has a valu. note in IV. 53-6;
and Coffin's Newbury, 401, 2. Rev. Richard, ment. as min. of Stratford
on Avon, 2596, by honest Anthony Wood in his Athenae, was, perhaps,
his gr.f. but he does not tell of his acquaint. with Shakespear.

    BYLES, JONATHAN, Beverly m. 16 Nov. 1674, Elizabeth d. of John
Patch of Salem, had Richard, b. 3 Nov. foll. and perhaps more. JOSIAH,
Boston, a sadler, came from Winchester, Co. Hants, with w. Sarah,
but bef. com. may have had ch. tho. the date is so uncert. that, I fear, he
may hard. be entitl. to room here. Certain. he was in B. 1695, yet not
bef. 11 Oct. 1696 did he join with that ch. of whose pastor in 7 yrs. he
m. the d. By w. Sarah, says our rec. he had Samuel, bapt. 11 Oct. 1696,
wh. d. young; James, b. 7 bapt. 8 Oct. 1699; Sarah, 24, bapt. 28 Sept.
1701, and Samuel, again, 30 Jan. bapt. 7 Feb. 1703, soon aft. wh. the
mo. d. For sec. w. he took, 6 Oct. 1703, Elizabeth wid. of William Greenough,
f. of Rev. Increase Mather, had Mather, 15, bapt. 16 Mar. 1707, H. C.
1725, a min. of some note, a wit. of remarka. charact. in Boston. RICHARD,
Gloucester, eldest ch. of Jonathan, by w. Mary had Charles, b. 1700; Mary,
1702; John, 1704; Martha, 1706; Sarah 1710; Elizabeth 1713; Alexander, 1716;
and Jonathan, 1719; rem. to Beverly 1727. His w. d. Jan. 1746; and he d.
at gr. age, 23 Feb. 1771.

, Salisbury, tanner, an orig. sett. 1639, came in the
Bevis from Southampton, 1638, aged 26, with sis. Mary, 22. He had liv.
at Salisbury, O. E. where he left w. Rebecca, to wh. in let. of 11 Oct. 1638
from Newbury, bef. sett. at S. he wrote of the d. of his only br. but adds,
that his sis. and serv. were well. He prays her to come over with Mr.
Dow, and other friends, prepar. to come, or with Mr. Peter Noyes, "wh.
is now a. to take ship," i. e. to go from here to Eng. to bring his fam.
hither; and utters his hope, that she "had been safely deliv. of her ch.
and thus made a joyful mo. of childr." but he d. early. His wid. m. 3 Apr.
1641, Mr. John Hall; and third h. 22 July 1650, Rev. William Worcester;
and for fourth h. had dep.-gov. Samuel Symonds, outliv. him,
and d. 21 July 1695. Coffin, in Geneal. Reg. VI. 246, and 341, has
strangely confus. this mo. with her d. Rebecca, wh. m. 15 Dec. 1664,
Rev. John Hale. JOHN, perhaps of Salisbury, and br. of the preced.
came in the same sh. from Eng. 1638, aged 20.

    BYNNS, JONAS, Dover 1654. Coffin.

    BYRAM, NICHOLAS, Weymouth 1638, a physician, m. a d. of Abraham
Shaw of Dedham; rem. a. 1662 to Bridgewater, was a capt. had sec. w.
a sis. of Rev. James Keith, and d. 1687. His d. Abigail, wh. m. 22 or
27 Nov. 1656, Thomas Whitman, of W. and most of the other ch.
Nicholas, Ebenezer, Josiah, Joseph, Mary, beside a d. Bass, are believ.
to have been of first w. Ano. d. Experience, wh. m. sec. deac. John
Willis, was, perhaps, b. by the sec. w. Rev. Eliab, H. C. 1740, min. at
Hopewell, N. J. was descend. of Ebenezer.