Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p138

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ch. Benjamin, John, and Walter, both the former and latter, perhaps, b. in
Eng. JOHN, Ipswich, s. perhaps of the preced. d. Nov. 1672, leav. wid.
Sarah, ch. John, Triphena, and Elizabeth Next yr. the wid. m. Daniel Kilham.
JOHN, Newport, freem. there 1655, was of Westerly 1669. Prob. he had
no ch. and in 1689 gave all his prop. to Mary Babcock, wid. of John to obt.
mainten. of hims. and w. for life. * WALTER, Reading, prob. s. of John of
Salem, had Samuel, b. 13 Aug. 1638, d. young; Samuel, again, 14 Apr. 1660, d.
young; William, 14 Oct. 1662; and perhaps more; was after of Wenham, rep.
1689. * WILLIAM, Wenham, s. of the preced. b. a. 1662 or 3, freem. 1690,
was rep. 27 yrs. speaker 1641, d. next yr. aet. 80. His eldest s. William of
Boston d. 1770, leav. six s. of Wh. says Folsom, 268, Rev. John of Saco, H.
C. 1757, was one.

    FAIRMAN, JOHN, Enfield, one of the first sett. had James, b. 1683,
perhaps others bef. and d. 1684. He wrote his name Ferman, and may have
been s. or gr.s. of John Firmin of Watertown.

    FAIRWEATHER or FAYERWEATHER, * JOHN, Boston, s. of Thomas, m.
15 Nov. 1660, Sarah, d. of Robert Turner, had Thomas, Penelope, and John, all
bapt. 12 June 1670; and a ch. 28 Apr. 1672; was a constable and freem.
1673, a capt. rep. 1684, made command. of the Castle at the Revo. Apr.
1689; m. at Swanzey, perhaps sec. w. Elizabeth Dicksey, in 1674; d. 13 Apr. 1712.
THOMAS, Boston, came early, perhaps in the fleet with Winthrop for his name
stands in the ch. list No. 101, bef. dates are found, freem. 14 May 1634, by
w. Mary had John, bapt. 21 Sept. 1634; and Mary, b. Nov. 1636, bapt. 5 Mar.
1637, d. Nov. 1638. His s. Thomas d. Aug. 1638; and he d. late in 1638. His
inv. was brot. in by Elder Colbron and John Odlin 8 Jan. foll.

    FALCONER, DAVID, Boston, had Thomas, b. 1656. Snow, 61.

    FALDOE, BARTHOLOMEW, a youth of 16, emb. in the Planter 1635, to
come from London, but no more is seen of him.

    FALES, spelled VALES, sometimes in col. rec. JAMES, Medfield, was
freem. 1673. JAMES, Dedham, perhaps s. of the preced. was freem. 1684.
JOHN, Wrentham, m. 20 June 1684, Abigail Hawes, had John, b. 22 Apr. 1685,
d. young; John, again, 19 Apr. 1689; and Joseph, 8 Sept. 1691. Seven of this
name had been gr. at H. C. in 1825.

    FALL, JOHN, Swanzey, k. prob. by the Ind. was bur. 24 June 1675.

    FALLAND, * THOMAS, Yarmouth, freem. 7 Sept. 1641, rep. 1644 and 57.
Baylies, II. 3, 30.

    FALLOWAY or FALLOWELL, GABRIEL, Plymouth, came early, was adm.
freem. 1 Sept. 1640, but we only kn. of him that he d. 28 Dec. 1667, aged
83. His will of 14 Oct. preced. names w. Catharine, his gr.s. br. Robert
Finney, and no other exc. Sarah, d. of John Wood. JOHN, Plymouth, m. 13
Feb. 1668, Sarah, d. of John Wood, was gr.s. of the preced. but it is less
easily kn. wh. was his f. or what became of