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1718; but Essex Inst. II. 229, says, 25 July. MATTHIAS, Southold, L. I.
had been early at Ipswich, it is said. SAMUEL, Boston, d. 16 Nov. 1698.
Oft. this name is writ. Corwin, sometimes Currin, to conform to sound.
The Curwens were a very ancient fam. in Cumberland; and the name being
nearly or quite, extinct, it was assum. two or three generat. since, by Mr.
Christian of the Isle of Man, wh. was a mem. of Parl. of some distinct. 60
yrs. ago.

    CUSHING, CALE, Salisbury, s. of first John, ord. 9 Nov. 1698, m.
14 Mar. preced. Elizabeth a. of Rev. John Cotton of Plymouth, wid. of Rev.
James Alling, his predecess. had Caleb, b. 10 Oct. 1703; James, 25 Nov.
1700, H. C. 1725, min. of Plaistow; John, 10 Apr. 1709, H. C. 129, min. of
Boxford; and d. 25 Jan. 1725. DANIEL, Hingham, eldest s. of first Matthew,
b. at Hingham, Eng. 1619, a wheelwright, came with his f. 1638, freem.
1671, rep. 1680, 2, and 95, m. 10 June 164, Lydia, d. of Edward
Gilman
, wh. d. 1689, had Peter, b. 1646; Daniel, 1648; Deborah, 18
Nov. 1651; Jeremiah, 3, bapt. 9 July 16, H. C. 1676; Theophilus,
29 May, bapt. 7 June 1657; and Matthew, 1 July 1660. His sec. w.
was Elizabeth wid. of John Thaxter, d. of Nicholas Jacob, m. 9 Mar. 1691,
and she d. 1725, aged 93. He d. 3 Dec. 1700, hav. as third town clk.
of H. render. says Lincoln, for many yrs. invalua. serv. to the mod. antiquary.
I hope he rec. the names of his ds. if he had more than Deborah,
m. 2 Sept. 1679, Henry Tarleton, and next, 31 Aug. 1686, Rev. Benjamin
Woodbridge of Bristol. The will of C. of 11 Sept. 1693, writ.
with admirab. precis. yet with much minuteness, fill. more than six close
folio pages, is in our rec. XIV. 293. It provides for the recent w. five s.
d. Deborah, and her h. Benjamin Woodbridge, and sis. Deborah, w.
of Matthew Briggs. DANIEL, Hingham, s. of the preced. freem. 167
m. 8 Dec. 1680, Elizabeth d. of John Thaxter, had Elisha, and prob. other ch.
DAVID, Exeter 1655. JAMES, Scituate, s. of first John was town clk.
had James, and perhaps more. JEREMIAH, Boston 165, s. of first
Matthew, b. in Eng. a mariner, of wh. no more is kn. exc. by the will of
his elder br. Daniel, the Hingham patriarch, it appears, that the est. of
Jeremiah had descena. in part to that testat. so that prob. the Boston
sailor had no ch. tho. he had bef. 11 Mar. 1662 m. Elizabeth wid. of John
Wilkie. JEREMIAH, Scituate, s. of first Daniel, had prech. at Haverhill,
but was ord. at S. 27 May 191, m. 1 June 1685, Hannah, d. of Thomas
Loring of Hingham, had Hannah, b. 1687; Ignatius, 1689; Jeremiah,
1695; and Ezekiel, 28 Apr. 1698; and d. 22 Mar. 1706. His wid. m.
1706, John Barker, and his s. John m. the same yr. her d. Hannah.
JEREMIAH Scituate, br. of Caleb, m. 12 pr. 193, Judith Parmenter, had
Jeremiah, b. 1696; Benjamin, 1700; John, 1703; and Ebenezer, 1710, perhaps
rem. had a sec. w. m. 1715, Ann Coffin, and, contrary to the opin. of Deane,
had a fam. but the particulars are not kn. to me. JOHN, Scituate, youngest