||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Bristol, Bristol, Rhode Island, United States
Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Massachusetts, United States
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
||1630 - 1896
||DAFFORNE or DAFFERN - DAKIN, DAKYNGS or DAKING
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sufferers, as we see in Drake's valua. Hist. of Boston, p. 652, was Isaac
D. perhaps gr.s. of John.
DAGAN, RICHARD, Scituate 1690, had Elizabeth b. 1693; and Thomas,
1694. Deane tells little more.
DAGGETT or DOGGETT, as on rec. at Watertown, but DOGHEAD, or
DOGED, at Plymouth, * JOHN, Watertown 1630, prob. came in the
fleet with Winthrop for 19 Oct. he desired adm. and 18 May 1631 was
made freem.; rem. perhaps with Mayhew to the Vineyard, and 1645
to Rehoboth, was rep. 1648. He m. at Plymouth, 29 Aug. 1667, prob. as
sec. w. wid. Bathsheba Pratt, then call. hims. of Martin's Vineyard.
JOHN, Marshfield, perhaps s. perhaps gr.s. of the preced. m. 3 Sept.
1691, Mehitable Truant; but this may have been sec. w. and his first,
Persis, d. of William Sprague of Hingham, wh. d. 1684. SAMUEL,
Marshfield, prob. br. of the preced. m. 24 Jan. 1682, Mary Rogers, wh.
d. Apr. 1690, and on 21 Jan. 1691, Bathsheba Holmes, d. prob. of John.
By the first were b. Samuel, Mary, and Sarah; by the sec. Elizabeth Ebenezer,
Bathsheba, John, and Isaac, all bapt. 27 Sept. 1702; and afterwards
Lydia, Persis, Seth, and Abigail. THOMAS, Concord, came, as
serv. of Thomas Oliver, 1637, aged 30, from Norwich, Eng. His w. d.
23 Aug. 1642. THOMAS, Marshfield, or Duxbury,
perhaps s. of the first m. 17 Aug. 1654, Joan, or Jane, wid. of Thomas Chillingworth,
had Rebecca, b. 1655; but she was his sec. w. and d. 4 Sept. 1684. By
former w. he had John, Samuel, Sarah, and perhaps others, and d. 1692.
After rem. to Middleborough, was a capt. and magistr.
Mather tells of THOMAS, Bristol,
his giving insight. into Ind. witchcraft. Magn. VI. 52.
in Feb. 1680, had w. and two ch. Thirteen of this name had been gr. at
Yale 1828; of wh. Rev. Naphtali, wh. d 25 Nov. 1780, was Presid.
from 1766 to 77.
DAILLE', PETER, Boston, first min. of the Huguenot or French Protest. ch
came a. 1686, d. 20 May 1715, in his 66th yr. says the Newsletter of 23d May,
but in the contempo. note of Rev. William Cooper, aged a. 70; had three ws.
Esther Latonice, m. prob. in France, wh. d. 14 Dec. 1896; Psyche, d. 31 Aug.
1713; and Martha, wh. surv. James Bowdoin was excor. of his will made 20 Apr.
preced. in wh. is nam. his br. Paul Daille' Vaugelade of Amsfort in Holland.
Neal, Hist. of Pur. IV. 250, ment. a Daille of Paris. Snow, Hist. of Boston,
201. 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. II. 52. Worcester Magaz. II. 349.
DAKIN, DAKYNGS or DAKING, JOHN, Concord, perhaps s. of Thomas, by w.
Susan had John, b. 20 Mar. 1661, unless there be in the rec. mistake of name.
THOMAS, Concord, had Joseph, John, Samuel, and Sarah, this last b. 8 Oct.
1659; perhaps all were by w. Sarah, wh. d. ten days after the last b. He m. 11
June 1660, wid. Susan Stratton, and may have bad one of the ch. under the last
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