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    CLAY, HUMPHREY, New London 1651, innholder, had w. Catharine,
d. Sarah, and rem. a. 1666. JOHN, Salem, 1676, fisherman, k. by the Ind.
next yr. JONAS, Salem 1668, m. 22 Oct. 1678, Mary Allen. JOSEPH,
Guilford, m. 18 Apr. 1670, Mary Law, had Mary, b. 10 Jan. 1671; Sarah,
5 Mar. 1674; Hannah, and Elizabeth tw. 3 Aug. 1677, both d. young. His
w. d. Dec. 1692; and he d. 30 Nov. 1695. THOMAS, Scituate 1643,
had been seen in Mass. 1640, by Mr. Felt.

    CLAYDON, BARNABAS, Salem 1629, came in June, aged 23, from
London. RICHARD, Salem, br. of the preced. came the same yr. aged
34, with w. a d. and a sis. aged 14, accomp. Higginson. He was a
wheelwright, but as neither of their party is again heard of, they perhaps
went home.

    CLAYS, JOHN, Casco 1665. See Hutch. Coll. 398. It may be suppos.
he is the same as the Salem John, without final s.

    CLAYTON, THOMAS, Dover 1650, perhaps rem. to R. I. may have
been f. of Ann, sec. w. of Gov. Nicholas Easton, and next, Gov. Henry
Bull; and of Sarah, wh. m. 4 Mar. 1674, Matthew Borden.

    CLEAR, GEORGE, Newport 1639. JOHN, Boston 1674, a Shoemaker.
JOHN, Boston, call. 1677, jun. shoemaker, perhaps was s. of the preced.

    CLEAVELAND, AARON, Woburn, sec. s. of Moses the first, m. 26
Sept. 1675, Dorcas Wilson, whose f. is unkn. to me, had Dorcas, b. 29
Oct. 1676; Hannah, 18 Nov. 1678, d. next yr.; Aaron, 9 July 1680;
Hannah, again, 2 June 1687; Moses, 24 Feb. 1690; Sarah, 5 Mar.
1692; Miriam, 9 July 1694; Isabel, 6 Apr. 1697, d. at 17 yrs.; and
Benjamin, 16 May 1701. His w. d. at Cambridge, 29 Nov. 1714, and
he had, it is said, sec. w. Prudence, but d. 14 Sept. 1716. Prob. that
Rev. Aaron, H. C. 1735, wh. d. 18 Aug. 1757, at Philadelphia, in the
ho. of Dr. Franklin, was his gr.s. EDWARD, and ISAAC, brs. of the
preced. acc. fam. tradit. had films. but neither the dates of m. nor of b.
of ch. nor names of mos. nor residence of fs. can be found. ENOC,
youngest s. of the first Moses, was a tailor, and liv. in var. places, had
w. Elizabeth and eldest s. Jonathan, ano. s. and a d. whose names are not
heard. He d. at Concord 1729, and his wid. d. soon after. JOSIAH,
Chelmsford 1691, br. of the preced. had serv. in Ind. war, by w. Mary,
had Josiah, b. 7 Oct. 1690; and Joseph, 13 June 1695; rem. to Canterbury,
Conn. there had Henry, perhaps 1697; Mary, prob. 1699; John;
Rachel; Lydia, 7 Dec. 1704; d. Deliverance, 13 July 1707, and d.
Abiel, posthum. 9 Oct. 1709; the f. d. 26 Apr. preced. MOSES, Woburn,
came, says fam. tradit. (with his master, a joiner, of wh. he was
apprent.) from Ipswich, Co. Suffk. m. 26 Sept. 1648, Ann, d. of Edward
Winn, had Moses, b. 1 Sept. 1651; Hannah, 4 Aug. 1653; Aaron, 10
Jan. 1655; Samuel, 9 June 1657; Miriam, 10 July 1659; Joanna, 19
Sept. 1661, d. soon; Edward, 20 May 1663; Josiah, 26 Feb. 1667;
Isaac, 11 May 1669; Joanna, again, 5 Apr: 1670; and Enoch, 1 Aug.