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1706; and Samuel, 12 Apr. 1708; and d. 20 Jan. 1723. WILLIAM
Salem 1637, prob. the support. of Wheelwright, disarm. that yr. Ann,
possib. his d. m. 8 Oct. 1669, at S. John Pease. Seven of this name,
with its various spell. had been gr. at Harv. in 1820, and eleven at other
N. E. coll.

    CUNDY, SAUL, Marblehead 1674.

    CUNLIFF, CUNLITH or CUNDLIEF, HENRY, Dorchester, freem.
1644, when the rec. has Cunlithe or Gunlithe as Mr. Paige reads it; by w.
Susanna had Susanna, b. 15 Mar. 1645; rem. with early sett. 1609, to
Northampton, was one of the found. of the ch. 18 June 1661, there d.
14 Sept. 1673. His wid. d. 19 No. 1675. His only ch. Susanna had
been betroth. to Eldad Pomeroy, wh. d. 1662, and she m. 1663, Matthew
Cole; and, 12 Dec. 1665, John Webb, jr.

    CUNNINGHAM, ANDREW Boston 1684. PATRICK, Springfield,
d. 12 Sept. 1680. Sprague. Four of this name had been gr. at Harv. and
one at Yale in 1834.

    CURNEY or CORNEY, ELISHA, Gloucester, s. of John of the same,
m. Rebecca, d. possib. of one of the John Smiths; and Babson says, he
had a large farm of ch. JOHN, Gloucester, m. 18 Nov. 1670, Abigail
Skilling, perhaps d. of Thomas, had Elisha, b. 2 Sept. 1672; Abigail, 8
Feb. 1676; John, 27 Sept. 1678, d. in few days; Mary, 1682; and Babson
thinks, that ano. s. JOHN, m. 1713, Mary Cook, perhaps d. of John; and
he d. 1722.

    CURRIER, RICHARD Salisbury 1610, by w. Ann had Hannah, b. 8
July 1643; Thomas, 8 Mar. 1646; and, earlier, prob. Sarah, wh. m. 23
June 1659, Samuel Fogg of Hampton; and he d. 17 May 1689. Hannah
m. 23 June 169, Samuel Foote. SAMUEL Haverhill, m. 1670,
Mary, d. of Thomas Hardy. He may have been s. of the preced.
Martha, of Andover, was one of the victims of the baneful superstit. a.
witchcraft, execut. 19 Aug. 1692, at the same time with Rev. George
Burrows, suffer. by the same horrid delus. Yet her punishm. was, to
some extent, less than his, as the greater culprit met the maledict. of
Cotton Mather, the ch. inquisit. THOMAS, Amesbury, perhaps s. of
Richard, freem. 1690.

    CURTIS, CURTICE, CURTISE or CURTIZE, BENJAMIN, Portsmouth, s.
of Thomas of York, bought of Mason ld. at Newcastle 1681. BENJAMIN,
Stratford 1685, was s. of John of the same. BENJAMIN, Scituate,
s. of William, m. 1689, Mary, d. of Capt. Joseph Sykester, had Mary,
b.1691; Benjamin,1 692; Ebenezer, 1694; Lydia, 1695; Sarah, 1697;
Ruth, 1700; Susanna, 1702; Deborah, 1704; William, 1706; David,
1708; and Peleg, 1710. Descend. are still on ancestr. est. DANIEL
Stratford 1685, was s. of William of the same. DEODATE, Braintree,
a. 1643, had Solomon; and by w. Rebecca had Ruth, b. 8 Jan. 1648.
EBENEZER, Stratford 185, was br. of Daniel of the same. EPHRAIM,
Topsfield, prob. s. of Henry, freem. 1686. He had liv. at Sudbury bef.