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JOHN, Charlestown, s. prob. of the preced. m. 1664, Mary Long, perhaps
d. of Robert, rem. to Wells, there m. 1681, a d. of Thomas Mills. NATHANIEL,
Wells, br. of the preced. m. a d. of Thomas Mills. His w. Sarah was adm. of the
ch. as in Budington�s list appears, 1 Jan. 1699. PETER, Wells, br. of the preced.
by w. Hannah had Mary, and Hannah, rem. to Salem, where his sec. w. Sarah,
wid. of Edmund Bridges the sec. by wh. he had three or four ch. was
sad. torment. with charge of witchcraft in the reign of superstition, 1692,
being long imprison. at Boston bef. trial, and at Ipswich hardly escap.
the doom desir. by the preposter. indictm. He last rem. to that pt. of
Sudbury wh. soon bec. Framingham, there m. 2 or 21 Jan. 1704, third
w. Susanna, wid. of Eliezer Beers of Watertown, was town treasr. and
selectman, and d. 18 July 1708. Hannah m. a. 1686, Daniel Eliot.
THOMAS, Saco 1671, br. of the preced. rem. soon to Falmouth,
m. Susanna, d. of George Lewis, had Thomas, George, and
Hannah; rem. to Salem, there had Mary, b. 6 July 1677; but
ret. to F. and was k. by the Fr. and Ind. 1690, at the sec. destruct.
of F. WALTER, Salem, of wh. no more is kn. but that he was
freem. 1678. In the Watertown rec. his name slides into Clayse, and
even Clarse; but at other places other transmut. occur.

    CLUFF, JOHN. See Clough. RICHARD, Plymouth 1634, after 1637
rem. to Mass. Prob. this fam. name was the same as Clough.

    CLUGSTONE, MICHAEL, Fairfield, m. a d. of Rev. Samuel Wakeman,
and d. 1697; by his inv. seem. to have good est.

    CLUTTERBUCK, WILLIAM, Boston 1678, then perhaps a shipmaster,
had w. Elizabeth at Charlestown 1686, and was a lieut. 1689.

    COACHMAN, is the misspell. of Cushman at Plymouth.

    COALBORNE, NATHANIEL, Dedham, freem. 2 June 1641, by w.
Priscilla had Sarah, b. 5 Apr. 1640; Rebecca, 17 Feb. 1643; Nathaniel,
3 Mar. 1645; perhaps John; certain. Hannah, 30 Jan. 1653 wh. m.
16 Jan. 1678, Thomas Aldridge. He was freem. 1684.

    COATES, JOHN, Lynn, s. of Thomas, m. 14 Apr. 1681, Mary Witherdin,
had Mary, and John, tw. b. 14 Jan. 1682, and his w. d. 18 June foll.
ROBERT, Lynn, had Abigail, b. 10 Apr. 1663, he then aged 36, so that
he may have had other ch. bef. her. She m. 16 Jan. 1684, Samuel
Rhoades. ROBERT, Boston 1673, perhaps s. of the preced. was a
soldier on Conn. riv. in 1676, under capt. Turner, prob. after liv. at
Lynn, there had Robert, b. 17 Oct. 1683. THOMAS, Lynn 1658, had
John, bef. ment. James, and Thomas. Lewis. One Eleazer C. was k.
1677, careless. by John Flint, and �40. fine was impos. on F. one half to
the f. of C. as Felt, in Col. Rec. II. 459, found; and in Col. Rec. V.
142, may be seen that one half of the �20. was remit. by the governm.
on petitn. of Edward F. perhaps the f. of John.

    COBB, AUGUSTINE, Taunton 1670, had Elizabeth b. 10 Feb. 1671;
Morgan, 29 Dec. 1673; Samuel, 9 Nov. 1675; Bethia, 5 Apr. 1678;
Mercy, 12 Aug. 1680; and Abigail, 1684. Of him descend. David, one