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John; and Benjamin. SAMUEL, Hatfield, s. of Zechariah, m. 9 Aug.
1676, Sarah Gilbert of Springfield, had Samuel, b. 27 Feb. 1678;
Thomas, 30 June 1680; Sarah, 30 June 1683; Zechariah, 29 Aug. 1685;
Ebenezer, 17 Mar. 1688; Mary, 23 July 1690; Josiah, 5 Nov. 1692; and
Joshua, 9 Apr. 1695. He serv. in Philip's war, espec. at the Falls
fight under Turner, 18 May 1676, in revenge for wh. (it is believ.) he
was k. over 20 yrs. later, in time of peace, by the Ind. 24 July 1697.
THOMAS, Salem, m. 2 Mar. 1681, Mary, d. of John Leach, had Thomas,
b. 17 Jan. foll.; Mary, 4 Sept. 1683; and Samuel, 5 Dec. of uncert. yr.
THOMAS, Providence, wh. sw. alleg. 1 June 1667, was, perhaps neph.
certainly success. to William at Field's point, had one d. and twelve
s. of wh. were Thomas, Jeremiah, William, Anthony, Charles, John,
Jonathan, Joseph, and Nathaniel, all at or near Providence; did not
rem. in 1676, and d. 10 Aug. 1717. � WILLIAM, Providence, perhaps br.
of John, complain. 1643, against Samuel Gorton to governm. of Mass.
was Assist. 1650, 8, 60, and in new chart. 1663. WILLIAM, Providence,
s. perhaps of Thomas, had Thomas, b. 3 Jan. 1670; Mary, 1 June 1673;
Elizabeth 27 Aug. of yr. not visible; Amos, without day or month, 1677;
and William, 8 June 1682, as in his fam. bible is writ. ZECHARIAH,
Hartford 1639, had w. Mary, rem. a. 1659 to Northampton, thence, 1663,
to Hatfield, d. 28 June 1666; had Mary, b. a. 1643, m. 4 Oct. 1663,
Joshua Carter; Zechariah; John; Samuel; and Joseph; as above ment. So
num. are descend. that almost every state and territory of U. S. has
some. ZECHARIAH, Hatfield, prob. eldest s. of the preced. m. 17 Dec.
1668, Sarah, d. of John Webb the first, had Zechariah, b. 12 Sept.
1669, prob. d. young; Ebenezer, 31 Oct.1671; John, 8 Dec. 1673; rem.
to Deerfield, and d. 1674. ZECHARIAH, Providence, sw. alleg. May
1671, and in 1676, staid thro. the war; may have been of Dover 1664,
possib. s. of Darby, but much more prob. of John, or William; by w.
Sarah had s. Zechariah, b. 30 Jan. 1686; and Daniel, 9 Aug. 1690; and
was liv. 1708. Twenty-seven of this name have been gr. at N. E. coll.
of wh. 5 clerg. and only one at Harv.

    FIELDER, STEPHEN, Boston, m. Mary, d. of John Griggs of Roxbury,
had Sarah, b. 30 May 1685. I suppose he liv. but a short time, and perhaps at R.
where Sarah m. 24 May 1704, John Ruggles.

    FIENNES, CHARLES, a signer of the addr. with Gov. Winthrop 7 Apr. 1630,
on board the Arbella, was of the noble house of Say and Seale. See Hutch. I.
487; and Young's Chron. of Mass. 298. It is writ. Fines, perhaps in
conform. with sound. If he did not land in the way down channel, he,
no doubt, went home in July with Revel, one of the Assist. to secure
supplies for the Col. He was b. at Broughton, Co. Oxford, bred at the
University of that city, d. 14 Apr. 1662, always a good fr. of N. E.
and one of the patentees of Conn. Trumbull, Hist. I. 495. One