Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p335


Volume 1, Page 335

br. of the preced. d. 1694, leav. wid. Bethia, and tw. ch. Hannah, and
Mary, b. 16 and 17 Apr. 1693. RICHARD, Roxbury, rem early to
Boston, freem. 25 May 1636, yet was not mem. of the ch. of B. As a
support. of the pestilent heresies of Wheelwright and Hutchinson, he
was disfranchis. in 1637, and went to R. I. was one of the eighteen orig.
purch. of the beautif. isl. of Aquedneck, and partner in the civil compact.
In 1643 he was engag. in the purch. of Warwick with Gorton and
others, and for sustain. his and their right was made prison. with all the
rest, brot. to Boston, and sentenc. to be incarc. at Roxbury, in irons
(when the opin. of the rev. elders, that their offence deserv. death, was
overrul.), not to depart on pain of death. See Winthrop I. 248, II. 121, 48.
Glad eno. was the governm. to disch. him and his fellow-suffer. next yr.
with sentence of banishm. on pain of forfiet. life for coming back. He
was quiet at W. 1655, had John; Sarah; James, b. 2 May 1655;
Mary; and Joseph; perhaps was an Assist. 1665, and d. at Newport in
the time of Philip's war 1675 or 6, leav. wid. Mary. His d. Sarah m.
5 Dec. 1672, Benjamin Gorton; and Mary m. Malachi Rhoades of

    CARLTON, EDWARD, Rowley, freem. 18 May 1642, rep. 1644 and
7, had Edward, the first b. of the town rec. and d. bef. his f. Perhaps for
sec. w. he had w. Hannah, eldest d. of the first Joseph Jewett, m. 15 June
1640. Perhaps by her had Prudence, wid. of the first Anthony Crosby; but
certain. he went home, and d. in Eng. JOHN, Haverhill, s. of the preced. wh.
d. 1669, whose wid. m. Christopher Babbage, may have had that JOHN, wh.
m. 27 Aug. 1688, Hannah Osgood, and JOSEPH, wh. m. 2 Aug. 1694,
Abigail Osgood, both, prob. ds. of John of Andover, tho. the dates appear
to make the hs. to be of him. But the wid. of John the first m. 5 Oct.
1674, as I judge, Christopher Babbage, and had more ch.

    CARLILE, BARTHOLOMEW, Sudbury, by w. Hannah had James, b.
1686; and Hannah, 1687.

    CARMAN, JOHN, Roxbury, came, 1631, prob. with Eliot, in the Lion,
by w. Florence had John, b. 8 July 1633; Abigail, 1635; and Caleb, 6
Aug. 1639, wh. d. young; rem. to L. I. and was that patentee of Hempstead
whose s. Caleb, b. there 9 Jan. 1646, was blind from b. the first
ch. there b. of Europ. parents. JOHN, Lynn 1636, rem. next yr. to
Sandwich, and d. 1638.

    CARNES, JOHN, Boston, ar. co. 1649, and its capt. THOMAS, New
Haven, m. Mary Brown, had Elizabeth b. 8 Aug. 1684; Alexander, 19 Dec.
1685; and Joseph, 4 Aug. 1687.

    CARNEY, JAMES, Boston 1686, a surg.

    CARPENTER, BENJAMIN, Providence, s. of William of the same, sw.
alleg. May 1671. Perhaps he m. Renew, d. of William Weeks of Dorchester,
but he was perman. resid. at Rehoboth, had Jotham, b. 1 June
1682, bapt. 1 July 1683; John, bapt. 21 June 1691; and Submit, 5 Nov.
1693; all, I judge, at Dorchester, in right of their mo. BENJAMIN,
Northampton, son of the sec. William of Rehoboth, m. 1691, Hannah, d.