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was passeng. in the Hopewell, capt. Babb, from London in the autumn,
1635, aged 20, a brickmaker, and d. 1648.
CHITTENDEN, HENRY, Scituate 1651, s. of Thomas, b. in Eng. had
Joseph, b. 1657, beside Susanna, Elizabeth and Ruth, and a. 1713, leav. d.
Elizabeth extrix. of his will, in wh. he devis. to Nathaniel, s. of Joseph, b.
1694, the lds. at Cohasset, and ment. other gr.ch. Mary Morton, Ruth
Stetson, and Alithea, perhaps sis. of Nathaniel. ISAAC, Scituate,
elder br. of the preced. came with his f. m. Apr. 1646, Mary, eldest d.
of wid. Ann Vinal, had Sarah, and Rebecca, tw. b. 25 Feb. 1647; Mary,
17 Aug. 1648; Israel, 10 Oct. 1651; Stephen, 5 Nov. 1654; Elizabeth 9
Sept. 1658; and Isaac, 30 Sept. 1663; beside Benjamin, without date of
b. but kn. to have come bef. the last, perhaps even earlier, for he was m.
tho. without issue, when he fell, as a soldier under capt. Michael Pierce,
26 Mar. 1676, in that hard Rehoboth fight, when Canonchet took wild
compensat. for the cruelty of our N. E. powers to his f. Miantonomi, the
saddest example of judicial blindness in our first generat. He was rep.
1658, often after, and was k. 20 May foll. the loss of his s. when the Ind.
assault. the town. Sarah m. 1666, capt. Anthony Collamore. ISRAEL,
Scituate, s. of the preced. m. 1678, Deborah, d. of Rev. Nicholas Baker,
had Nicholas, b. 1678; Isaac, 1681; and Israel, 1690; in wh. yr. he
was lieut. in the sad expedit. of Phips, when Sylvester, capt. John
Stetson, ens. of his comp. were lost. JOHN, Guilford, youngest s. of
William, m. 12 Dec. 1665, Hannah, a. of John Fletcher, had John, b.
19 Oct. 1666; Elizabeth 26 Jan. 1669; Joseph, 26 Mar. 1672; Gideon, 23
Sept. 1678, d. young; Abel, 14 May 1681; and Lydia, 30 Mar. 1684;
and d. Apr. 1717. NATHANIEL, Guilford, br. of the preced. by w.
Sarah had Nathaniel, b. 1 Aug. 1669; Sarah, 2 Mar. 1672; Mary, 16
Feb. 1675; Joseph, 6 Sept. 1677; Hannah, 15 Mar. 1679, or 80;
Deborah, 15 Oct. 1682, d. at 2 yrs.; and Cornelius, 1685; and d.
June 1690. STEPHEN, Scituate, br. of Isaac, m. 1679, Mehitable,
d. of Isaac Bush, had Thomas, b. 1683; and perhaps other ch.
THOMAS, Scituate, a linen-weaver from some pt. of Co. Kent, it
is said, came from London in the Increase, 1635, aged 51, with w.
Rebecca, 40, and those ch. bef. ment. Isaac, 14; and Henry, 6; unit.
with his w. 12 Feb. 1637, to Lothrop's ch. had gr. of ho. lot, 1638, on
Kent str. He d. 1668, and his will was of 7 oct. inv. 9 Nov. of that yr.
THOMAS, Guilford, eldest s. of William, m. Joanna Jordan, perhaps d.
of John, had Samuel, b. 20 Sept. 1664, d. unm. at 30 yrs.; William, 5
Oct. 1666; Joanna, 13 Dec. 1668, d. young; Abigail, 5 Dec. 1670;
Thomas, 12 Jan. 1673; Mehitable, 1675; and Josiah, 1678; and d.
Oct. 1683. William and Josiah had progeny, and one (I kn. not wh.)
was gr.f. of Thomas, the first Gov. of the State of Vermont, whose s.