||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Massachusetts, United States
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
||1631 - 1698
||FENWICK - FERNIS
|Volume 2, Page 154
his first w. was the lady Alice, wid. of Sir John Boteler, and d. of
Sir Edward Apsley. He d. at Berwick, of wh. he was Gov. on 15 Mar. and
the will of 8 Mar. 1657, with a codic. next day, pro. 27 Apr. foll.
makes d. Elizabeth extrix. provides for d. Dorothy, and abundantly for w.
Catharine, wh. I take to be eldest d. of Sir Arthur Haslerigg, the
energetic leader in the cause of liberty in the council and field,
who, as well as Fenwick, was nominat. by Cromwell to serve in the
pretended High Court of Justice for condemnat. of the king; but they
both escap. the snare. Haslerigg is in the will call. f.-in-law; also
Clavering, wh. may have been sec. h. of his mo. and Fenwick calls
hims. of Worminghurst, near Steyning in Sussex. Besides this Co. he
had est. in Middlesex and Kent. By J. Hammond Trumbull, wh. expend.
large research, and with liberality of bestowing equal to the
affluence of his acquis. I am instruct. that our Col. F. was the last
male of this disting. fam. in the Brinkburn branch; that his eldest d.
Elizabeth m. Roger of the Stanton branch; and that their eldest s. John,
by m. with Margaret, d. of William of the Bywell branch, had united
the three houses into one. For this he cites Wallis' Hist. of
Northumb. His wid. m. Col. Philip Babington, Gov. of Berwick under
Charles II. Hutch. has good acco. of him in Hist. I. 100; and a letter
of his, 1639, at Saybrook, in Coll. 107. See, also, 3 Mass. Hist.
Coll. I. 184.
FERGOOSE, PETER. See Vergoose.
FERGUSON or FERGINSON, ARCHIBALD, Marblehead, m. Mary, d.
of Moses Maverick, but I kn. nothing more, exc. that her right appears on
settlem. of her f.'s est. 1698. Geneal. Reg. VIII. 270. DANIEL,
Kittery, d. 1676, leav. wid. Mary, wh. present. inv.
17 June of �103. HERBERT, Springfield, took o. of alleg. 31 Dec. 1678
or next day.
FERMAN, JOHN, Salem, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 11 Feb. 1675. JOHN,
Haddam, had Dorothy, b. 10 May 1681. THOMAS, Salem 1675.
FERMASE, FERMACE, or FORMAIS. See Vermaes.
FERNALD, REGINALD, Portsmouth 1631, sent over by Capt. Mason,
the patentee, is the first surgeon among, N. H. sett. was of the gr.
jury 1643, recorder 1654, d. 1656, leav. w. Joanna, s. John, Samuel,
William, and Thomas. THOMAS, Portsmouth 1631, perhaps br. of the
preced. Adams, Ann. 19; Belkn. I. 28. The name has been well perpet.
FERNESIDE, FERNISIDE or FARNYSEEDE, JOHN, Duxbury 1643, m.
Elizabeth d. of Comfort Starr, but had his first ch. Jacob, b. 28 July
1642, rec. at Boston, perhaps after rem. thither, also Mary, 8 Sept.
1646; Hannah, 8 May 1650; Lydia, 3 Apr. 1653; Elizabeth 26, bapt. 31 Oct.
1658; and Ruth, 20 Aug. 1661. Of these ch. only three were alive in
Apr. 1659, when gr.f. Starr made his will, as is plain from it; but he was liv.
1677. His wid. Elizabeth d. 4 June 1704, aged 83. Hannah m. 1673, Reuben Hull
FERNAM, ROBERT, Oyster Bay, L. I. 1664, a commiss. for Conn.
FERNES, SAMUEL, New Haven, had Samuel, b. 2 July 1663; Elizabeth
7 Dec. 1665, wh. m. 18 Nov. 1684, Thomas Sperry; and John, 3 Mar. 1668.
FERNIS, BENJAMIN, Salem 1640 Felt. Possib. the name may be Ferris.
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