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d. 24 July foll.[1] Possib. he was freem. 2 June 1641. WILLIAM, Hampton,
prob. s. of William of the same,[2] freem. 1678, m. 22 June 1680,
Susanna, d. of Isaac Perkins, and wid. of Isaac Buzzell of Salisbury.
Nine of this name had been gr. at Harv. in 1829, nine at Yale, three at
Dart. and twenty-two at other N. E. coll. and at Union, of wh. twelve
were clerg.

    FULLFORD, RICHARD, Pemaquid, had liv. there fifty years bef.
the Ind. drove him and others from that place, with w. Elizabeth Pierce, had
Elizabeth wh. m. Richard Martin of Marblehead; as Richard Pierce, aged 70,
John P. 68, and George P. 55, brs. of Fullford�s w. testif. in 1721. This
proof, tak. at req. of Martin, was corrobo. by Maurice Champney, aged
79.

    FURBER, WILLIAM, Dover 1643, b. a. 1614, came in the Angel
Gabriel from Bristol, wreck. at Pemaquid in the great storm of Aug.
1635, was one of the witnesses to the true deed of the Ind. 1638 to
Wheelwright, rep. 1648; had William, b. 1646, wh. was of Dover, as
well as the f. 1684, and is the ancest. prob. of a num. line; beside
Jethro, and three ds. Elizabeth wh. m. John Dam; Susanna, wh. m. 5 May
1664, John Bickford; and Bridget, wh. m. Thomas Bickford. The w.
of Dam was his sec. w. m. 9 Nov. 1664. John Bickford had ano. w.
Temperance. Sometimes this name is Furbush.

    FURBUSH, JOHN, Marblehead 1668. JONATHAN. See Forbush.

    FURGESON. See Ferguson.

    FURNELL, JOHN, Cambridge, b. a 1607, by w. Mary had Sarah, b.
Aug. 1638. STRONG, Boston, soapboiler, call. also, ship-carpenter on
adm. to the ch. freem. 10 May 1643, ar. co. 1651, wh. name Whitman made
Strange; by w. Elinor had Elizabeth b. 7, bapt. 14 May 1643; Mary,
bapt. 10 Aug. 1645; Joanna, 26 Feb. 1647; Susanna, 14 Sept. 1652,d.
in few days; John, 28 Jan. 1654; William, 1655. His wid. m. 1659,
Michael Lambert. WILLIAM, Boston, perhaps br. of the preced. by w.
Ellen (if the rec. be good), had Joanna, b. 9 Dec. 1652; William, 29
July 1654; and Joseph, 19 Jan. 1657.

    FUSSELL, JOHN, Weymouth 1640, prob. was of Medfield 1664.
JOSHUA, Medfield 1649.

    GAFFINGSLEY, JOHN, Kittery, made ens. of the comp. by the Comrs.
of Mass. 1668. Hutch 1. 267. Hubbard, 600, has the name Gattery.

    GAFFORD, JAMES, in Hist. Coll. of the Essex Inst. I. 39, may be
the same as GARFORD JARVIS wh. see.

    GAGE, BENJAMIN, Haverhill, s. of John, was freem. 1669, m. 11 Oct.
1671, Prudence, d. of Thomas Leaver, and he liv. not long, for his wid.
m. 6 Apr. 1674, Samuel Stickney. JOHN, Boston, came, prob. in the
fleet with Winthrop being in the first half hundred mem. of the ch. was of
Co. Suffolk, Eng. rem. to Ipswich 1633, among the first sett. was freem.
4 Mar. 1634, had Benjamin, Daniel, Jonathan, Samuel, and prob. Thomas.
His w. Ann d. June 1658; and he m. Nov. 1658, Sarah, wid. of Robert
Keyes, I believe, wh. surv. him; and he rem. 1664 to Rowley; but
Coffin says, wid. Sarah d. at Newbury, 7 July 1680. JOSIAH, Haverhill,
freem. 1682. SAMUEL, Haverhill, s. of the preced. freem. 1671, m.
10 June 1674, Faith, d. of William Stickney. THOMAS, Yarmouth
1649, of wh. I kn. only that he next yr. lost a THOMAS, Beverly, br.
of Samuel, by w. Sarah had Thomas, b. 1678; William, 1680; beside