||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Bristol, Bristol, Rhode Island, United States
Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
Massachusetts, United States
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
||1639 - 1763
H. C. 1651; Ichabod, 1635, H. C. 1651; Barnabas, H. C. 1657;
Nathaniel, and Elnathan, tw. b. at Plymouth, a. 1639, bapt. at
Scituate 1641, both H. C. 1661, as in the same yr. was their
younger br. Ishmael; and Hannah; the five last b.ob. at S. A celebr.
descend. of the same name, min. of Boston bef. the mid. of the last
centu. had furnish. a Mem. generous in tone, with slight error of detail,
that was preserv. in 1 Mass. Hist. Coll. X. 171. CHARLES, Fairfield,
eldest s. of Israel, (not of Nathaniel, as Stiles, 567, in Hist. of Windsor,
has it) the Stratford min. and gr.s. of the Presid. m. 29 June
1692, Sarah, d. of John Burr, and sec. w. m. 16 Mar. 1699, Sarah,
d. of the third Henry Wolcott, wh. d. 5 Jan. 1704. He by first w. had
Israel, b. 29 June 1693; and John, 7 Nov. 1695; and by the next w.
had Abiah, 22 Jan. 1700; Robert, 20 Nov. 1701; and Ichabod,
b. 4 days bef. d. of his mo. and bapt. as many days aft. it; but
he took third w. Eli. nam. in his will, andd. 4 May 1714, and
thro. his sec. w. was gr. gr.f. of Isaac, the celebr. naval officer. CHARLES,
Boston, youngest s. of Isaac, the London min. and gr.s. of the Presid.
b. in Eng. m. Sarah, d. of Hon. John Walley, had Charles, wh. d. inf.;
Charles, again, b. 1 Jan. 1705, H. C. 1721, one of the ablest divines
Boston ever saw; Mary; Walley; and Isaac. He was a merch. and d.
4 May 1711. ELNATHAN, Boston, s. of the Presid. a physician, by w.
Thomasine had Theodore, b. 1 Oct. 1682; and the f. d. beyond sea next
yr. as admin. was gr. to his wid. 29 Apr. 1684. Her d. is ment. in
Sewall's Diary 2 July 1686; and perhaps her s. d. young. ICHABOD,
sec. s. of the Presid. b. in Eng. after gr. at Harv. and study of the sis.
sciences of medicine and theol. went home, was chaplain in the regim. of
Sir Edward Harley at Dunkirk, and had cleric. function in Eng. but
being persecut. for nonconform. bec. a physician, was in Holland 1684,
but soon back to Eng. d. 25 July 1691, at Bristol, where he had good
reput. and prop. he had one s. Charles, b. 14 Mar. 1674, wh. d. in
London, 3 June 1763; and ano. Nathaniel, wh. was min. of the ch. of
Eng. near 50 yrs. at the Devizes in Wilts. ISAAC, eldest br. of the
preced. b. in Eng. went home, and was min. at Woodborough, in Wilts
until eject. in 1662, when he sett. in London as a physician, and after
some yrs. bec. min. to an independ. congrega. in London, where he was
succeed. by the admira. Dr. Watts (who for short time was his collea.)
and d. 28 Feb. 1712. His ch. were Isaac; Uzziel, wh. d. 31 Aug.
1696; Charles, bef. ment.; and Elizabeth wh. m. 10 Dec. 1689, Rev. John
Nisbet of London, and d. 1727. ISRAEL, Stratford, youngest br. of the
preced. ord. in aut. of 1666, m. 8 Jan. 1667, Mary, d. of Isaac Nichols of S.
had Charles, b. 3 Sept. 1668, H. C. 1686, bef. ment.; Isaac, 5 Oct. 1670,
H. C. 1693, the min. of Hadley, 1696 to d. 2 May 1745; and Robert,
15 Oct. 1677, wh. in youth went to Eng. For sec. w. he had m. 11
Nov. 1684, Sarah Hodshon, but had no more ch. Anxiety from many
of his flock wh. prefer. the preach. of Rev. Zechariah Walker, was
dissipat. after long disagreem. by separa. and plant. of a new town.
NATHANIEL, Hatfield, tw. br. of Elnathan, was of Windsor 1667, when
very diverse affections disturb. the declin. yrs. of the first min. Wareham
by means of ris. admira. of Rev. John Woodbridge; of wh. eno. is to be
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