Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p339

Volume 1, Page 339

1677, Mary Sears, had Mary, b. 15 Dec. 1678; Hannah, 16 Oct. 1680;
Sarah, 8 May 1682; John, 26 Aug. 1684; Catharine, 24 Nov. 1686;
James, Apr. 1689; Hepzibah, 24 Apr. 1692; and Elizabeth 24 Mar. 1694.
JOHN, Stonington 1664, m. Wait, d. of Nicholas Easton the sec. and was
liv. there 1688. NICHOLAS, Conanicut, now Jamestown, eldest s. of
Gov. Caleb, m. Rebecca, d. of Joseph Nicholson of Portsmouth, R. I.
and by his will of 9 Jan. 1710 gives us acquaint. with s. Nicholas, and
two minor s. Thomas and Benjamin, ds. Margaret Battey, Jane, Mary,
Rebecca, and Ann, prob. nam. in order of b. and br.-in-law Thomas Paine,
and br. Edward. RICHARD, Hampton 1640, br. of George came in the Abigail,
1635, aged 29, may have resid. in other towns, last at Ipswich 1678, d. 17
May 1689, and his wid. Elizabeth d. 6 May 1691. RICHARD, perhaps s. of
the preced. may have resid. at Hampton, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 9 June
1691; and by w. Dorothy (as is said), Richard, 3 Jan. 1694. His w. d.
3 Aug. foll. and he perhaps m. third w. 23 Feb. 1702, Sarah Healey.
ROBERT, Newport, call. a tailor when he emb. on the Elizabeth and
Ann 1635, aged 21, at London, with perhaps his br. Caleb, ten yrs.
younger, and was among freem. there 1655. WILLIAM, Salisbury, prob.
s. of George, m. 20 Aug. 1672, Elizabeth d. of the first Robert Pike, had
Sanders, b. 13 May 1674; William, Feb. 1677, wh. a. 8 Mar. of next
yr.; a s. 4 Mar. 1679; Sarah, 13 Aug. 1681; Robert, 28 Apr. 1685;
and Sylvanus, 1688.

    CARRE, EZEKIEL, Kingstown, R. I. one of the Huguenot refugees, wh.
came a. 1686, to the number of forty-five fams. in that place alone. No
acco. of his fam. is seen. See Arnold's Hist. of R. I. I. 497.

    CARRIER, RICHARD, Andover, s. of Thomas, and of that victim of
horrible delusion, his unhappy w. and, with his sis. of 7 yrs. old. witness,
1692, against the mo. that bore them, as he also was against Rev. George
Burrows, wh. was convict. and hang. at the same time with her for the
same imagin. crime, m. 18 July 1694, Elizabeth Sessions. THOMAS, Billerica,
came, perhaps, from Wales, m. 7 May 1664 [error for 1674], Martha Allen, when
his name in rec. of B. is writ. Morgan, alias Carrier, had sev. ch. of wh.
Thomas, the preced. and Sarah, b. a. 1685, were witness. in the unnatur.
proceed. that end. in the execut. of their mo. 19 Aug. 1692. He had
rem. to Andover short. bef. and in few yrs. after went to Colchester,
there live more than 20 yrs. and d. 16 May 1735, said in N. E. Weekly
Journ. soon after, to be 109 yrs. old; and exaggera. in this case may not
be more than ten or fifteen yrs. The contempo. tells, that he was not
gray, nor bald, walk. erect. and short. bef. his d. went six ms. on loot,
left 5 ch. 39 and 38 gr. But it was not much less than
forty-three yrs. from the judic. murder of his w.

    CARRINGTON, EDWARD, Charlestown 1633, freem. 25 May 1636,
by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 11, bapt. 17 Mar. 1639; Sarah, 10 Sept. 1643;