||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Kittery, York, Maine, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
||1642 - 1745
||EVARTS - EVELETH
|Volume 2, Page 129
16 Sept. 1668, wh.d. young Hannah, 12 Nov. 1670; Sarah, 4 June 1673;
Nathaniel, 25 July 1675; Mehitable, 25 Feb. 1679; Ebenezer, 15 Sept. 1681;
Silence, 26 Jan. 1684; Elizabeth wh. d. 1687; and Patience, 14 May 1689, d. bef.
her f. wh. had sec. w. Sarah d. of Dennis Crampton, and d. 28 Dec. 1692.
JUDAH, Guilford, br. of the preced. m. 3 Aug. 1670, Mary, d. of William
Hayden of Killingworth, had Mary, b. 28 June 1675, d. at 3 yrs.; Samuel, 4
Oct. 1678; Mary, again, 16 May 1682, d. very soon; and Ebenezer, 16 June
1688, d. young; d. 1696, leav. the two s.
EVE, ADAM, Boston, is the strange name of one, wh. as Bond says, m.
5 July 1694, Elizabeth youngest d. of William Barsham of Watertown, had d.
Annabel, wh. m. 23 Dec. 1714, Jonathan Benjamin of W.
EVELETH, ISAAC, Gloucester, s. of Sylvester, m. 13 Nov. 1677, Abigail,
d. of John Coit, had Isaac, b. 21 Jan. 1680; and Hannah, 9 May 1681; beside Job;
and was freem. 1684. His wid. m. sec. Thomas Millet, as his sec. w. surv. him, and d. 19
Mar. 1726, aged 68. JOHN, Ipswich, by w. Mary had Mary, b. 13 Nov. 1683; but may
have had others sev. yrs. bef. or after; d. Dec. 1745, in his 107th yr. acc.
Pemberton's MSS. Ann. prob. a mistake as to time and man. JOHN, Ipswich,
eldest s. of Joseph, min. of Manchester, ord. 1 Oct. 1693,
dism. 1695; in five yrs. more was sett. at Stow, but again dism. 1717; two
yrs. after preach. at Arundel and Biddeford until 1729, perhaps as Episc.
Miss. d. at Kittery 1 Aug. 1734, aged 65. He m. at Charlestown, then being
sch.master, 2 Dec. 692, Mary, d. of Francis Bowman of Cambridge, had Joseph, wh.
27 Oct. 1714, aged a. 18, bur. at Cambridge, prob. a stud. at the Coll. His w. d. bef.
1698. JOSEPH, Gloucester, s. of Sylvester, m. 1 Jan. 1668, Mary, d. prob. of Edward
Bragg, had John, b. 25 Jan. 1670, H. C. 1689; Elizabeth 17 Dec. 1671; 31 May 1674; Isaac,
11 Oct. 1676; Edward, 25 July 1679; Moses, 13 Feb. 1682; Mary, 13 Nov. 1683; and
Hannah, 1 Oct. 1685. He enjoy. great length of life, I believe; and beside
the serv. to his country in hav. so many ch. he merits high reward as one
of that noble jury, wh. had yield. to the monstrous dictat. of the Ct. in
the witchcraft cases 1692, at Salem, every man of them declar. that none
of them wd. "do such things again on such grounds for the whole world."
SYLVESTER, Gloucester, had been a baker at Boston 1642, at G. was
selectman 1647, 9, and 51; had w. Susanna wh. d. 7 Sept. 1659, or, as
report is, 14 Sept. 1669, by her had Susanna, wh. m. 31 Dec. 1656,
James Stevens; Isaac; Joseph, bapt. 26 Mar. 1643, a. 1 yr. and
3/4 old; and Hannah, 8 Oct. foll. both at B. He m. 6 Sept. 1672, Bridget,
prob. wid. of first Elias Parkman; his d. Mary In. 21 May 1655, Thomas Millet.
At Gloucester a tradit. prevails, that Joseph d. 45, aged 105, wh. partly
conflicts with, partly confirms, that one about John; and the Supplem. to
the Boston Evening Post of 16 Dec. 1745,
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