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of Margaret, w. of Henry F. not junr. 23 June 1655. So that much
uncertainty results. He rem. to Boston, by w. Elizabeth had Henry, and d.
Aug. 1670, leav. wid. Elizabeth His will, pro. 27 Sept. of that yr. takes
notice of w. Elizabeth of gr.ch. of s. Henry, and of Samuel Dunton, wh. m.
one of his ds. HENRY, his s. d. 1699, at R. where John and Joseph liv.
wh. prob. were his gr.s.

    FELLOWS, JOSEPH, Ipswich, perhaps s. of William, freem. 1682.
RICHARD, Hartford 1643, rem. 1659 to Springfield, soon to Northampton,
and in 1661 to Hatfield, d. 1663, leav. wid. Ursula, and ch. Richard,
k. by the Ind. 25 Aug. 1675; Samuel, d. unm.; Sarah, wh. m. Samuel
Billings, and next, Samuel Belding, both of Hatfield; and Mary, wh. m.
Joseph Leonard of Springfield. SAMUEL, Salisbury, freem. 1645, a man
of esteem, by w. Ann, had Samuel, b. 13 Jan. 1647; and Hannah, 15
Sept. 1648. His w. d. 5 Dec. 1684; and he d. 6 Mar. 1698. Hannah m. 16
Nov. 1666, Nathaniel Brown. SAMUEL, Salisbury, s. of the preced. m. 2
June 1681, Abigail, perhaps d. of Thomas Barnard, had Samuel, b. 1683;
Thomas, 29 Jan. 1686; Joseph, 23 Apr. 1688; Ann, 28 Apr. 1690;
Ebenezer, 10 Nov. 1692; and Hannah, 20 July 1697. He was freem. 1690.
WILLIAM, Ipswich, 1642, shoemaker, came in the Planter 1635, aged 24,
had Ephraim, Samuel, Joseph, Isaac, Mary, Eliz. Abigail, and Sarah,
the last b. 26 July 1657. From his will, pro. 27 Mar. 1677, it seems,
he left wid. but her name is not seen, nor whether she was mo. of all
the ch.

    FELMINGHAM or FILLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Salem 1637, came
from Brampton in Suff. aged 32, that yr. with Benjamin Cooper, his f.-in-law,
by the Mary Ann, from Yarmouth. Felt informs us, that next yr. he
had gr. of 200 acres at what is now Wenham.

    FELT, GEORGE, Charlestown 1633, liv. on Malden side, m. Elizabeth
d. of wid. Prudence Wilkinson; bef. 1663 had rem. to Casco, where his
s. George sett. on lands purch. many yrs. prior by the f. was a
thriving man, but after his d. the f. was oppress. by younger
men and soon after 1689, if not earlier, went back to Malden, there d.
1693, aet. 92. By w. Elizabeth wh. was adm. of the ch. 19 Jan. 1640, had
Elizabeth George, and Mary, all bapt. 26 foll. and Moses, 20 Dec. 1641.
GEORGE, Falmouth, s. of the preced. m. a d. of Jane, wid. of Arthur
Mackworth (but perhaps by Samuel Andrews, her first h.), had George,
Samuel, and Jonathan, was k. by the Ind. 23 Sept. 1676 on an isl. in
the harbor. MOSES, Falmouth 1689, s. of first George, rem. to
Malden, liv. there to great age. Rev. Joseph B. Felt, the annalist of
Salem, is supposed to be of this fam. but he thinks the line cannot
be traced. Comp. Hubbard, Ind. Wars, 45, Frothingham, 82, and Willis,
I. 95, 148, 190.
    FELTON, BENJAMIN, Salem 1635, came with mo.
Ellen, freem. 22 May 1639, by w. Mary (wh. was a sad burden to him)
had John, bapt.