||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
||1634 - 1767
||FOOTE or FOOT
|Volume 2, Page 180
1710, sec. w. Sarah, d. of deac. John Rose, wh. d. 3 June 1741, had
Ichabod, May 1711, and, third, he m. 8 Dec. 1741, Susanna, wid. of
John Frisbie, wh. liv. to 17 May 1767. He d. 6 Mar. 1701. JOSHUA,
Roxbury, cit. and ironmong. of London, had large dealings with our
peop. 1645, came in 1653, rem. soon to Providence, there d. a. 1655.
In his will of 2 Oct. 1655, under wh. admin. was giv. at Boston, 31
Oct. foll. to Joshua Hewes, to wh. William Blaxton was witn. he gave
est. to w. and ch. but does not name them, and I presume they cont. at
London. Our rec. shows that his s. was Samuel, and a. 1650, his d.
Elizabeth m. William Sheldon of London; or, at least, the contract form.
between the parties is in our books. * NATHANIEL, Watertown, brought
from Eng. w. Elizabeth and ch. Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Mary, Robert, Frances, and
Sarah; had Rebecca, b. prob. at Watertown, freem. 3 Sept. 1634, rem.
to Wethersfield 1636, of wh. he was rep. 1641-4, and in this last yr.
d. leav. good est. to his ch. and wid. wh. was sis. of John Deming,
and m. Thomas Welles, that afterwards was Gov. of the Col. and outliv.
him (wh. d. early in 1660), and d. 28 July 1683. She made her will 16
Aug. 1682, from the lang. of wh. we infer that her s. Robert and all
the ds. but Sarah were still liv. Elizabeth m. 1638, Josiah Churchill;
Mary, m. 1642, John Stoddard, wh. d. 1664; and in 1674 she m. John
Goodrich, wh. d. Mar. 1680; and last, after her mo.'s d. she m. Lieut.
Thomas Tracy of Norwich; Frances m. 1648, John Dickinson, wh. rem. to
Hadley, there d. bef. 1676, and in 1677, she m. Francis Barnard; Sarah
m. 1652, Jeremiah Judson of Stratford, and d. bef. 1678, but her mo.'s
will provides for gr.ch.; Rebecca m. 1657, Philip Smith of
Wethersfield, wh. d. a. 1684; in 1688 she m. Maj. Aaron Cooke of
Northampton, as his fourth w. NATHANIEL, Wethersfield, s. of the
preced. b. in Eng. m. 1646, Elizabeth d. of Lieut. Samuel Smith, had
Nathaniel, b. 10 or 14 Jan. 1648; Samuel, 1 May 1649; Daniel, 1652;
and Elizabeth 1654; and d. 1655, aged 34. His wid. m. William Gull and
outliv. him, wh. d. 1701; d. Elizabeth m. 10 Nov. 1670, Daniel Belden.
NATHANIEL, Hatfield, s. of the preced. m. 2 May 1672, Margaret, d. of
Nathaniel Bliss of Springfield, had Sarah, b. 1673; rem. to
Springfield, had Margaret, 1 Dec. 1674; Elizabeth 23 June 1677; rem. to
Stratford; thence to Branford; and soon after to Wethersfield, where
are rec. tho. not all b. there, Mary, 24 Nov. 1679; Nathaniel, 9 Sept.
1682; Ephraim, 13 Feb. 1685; Josiah, 27 Sept. 1688; Joseph, 28 Dec.
1690; and Eunice, 10 May 1694. He serv. in
Philip's war, as quartermr.
was in the Falls fight under Turner, had project. sett. at Colchester,
whither the wid. and youngest four ch. rem. He d. at W. 12 Jan. 1703;
and his wid. d. at C. 3 Apr. 1745, aged 95. NATHANIEL, Branford,
eldest s. of Robert, m. Tabitha, d. of Stephen Bishop of Guilford, had
Elizabeth and Dorcas, both bapt. Mar.
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