||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
York, York, Maine, United States
||1630 - 1713
||GARNER - GARRETT, GARRAD or GARRARD
|Volume 2, Page 233
1689 against Ind. Often this is the form of spell. Gardner, from
GARNETT, JOHN, Hingham 1656. Judith, possib. his sis. or mo.came in
the Francis 1634, aged 26, from Ipswich, and was the same yr. in Sept.
adm. of Boston ch. as "our br. John Coggeshall's maid serv." and either as
maid or wid. soon m. Robert Shelley of Scituate, and took letters of
dism. to the ch. there 14 July 1644. His wid. m. in June 1669, Nathaniel
Chubbuck, says the rec. and Mary, b. 8 Nov. 1654, wh. m. 5 Dec. 1683, Nathan
Farrow; I suppose he had s. also, John; Samuel, 23 Mar. 1656; d. s. Deborah, 5
July 1657; Joanna, and STEPHEN, wh. m. Dec. 1687, Sarah Warren, wh.
may have been d. of Joseph. Joanna m. 26 Jan. 1690, Thomas Whiton.
GARNSEY, HENRY, Dorchester 1655, freem. 1690. JOSEPH, New Haven
1647, rem. prob. to Stamford, and m. 11 May 1659, Rose Waterbury, wid. of
John, had Joseph, b. 1662; perhaps others; and d. 11 Nov. 1688. JOSEPH,
Milford, m. 10 Apr. 1673, Hannah, d. of Samuel Coley of the same, had
Joseph, b. 1675, bapt. Feb. 1678; and Sarah, 1678; perhaps others. He and
s. Joseph liv. there 1713. JOSEPH, Stamford, prob. s. of the first Joseph
of the same, was liv. 1701. WILLIAM, York, freem. 1652.
GARRETT, GARRAD or GARRARD, DANIEL, Hartford 1640, had
Daniel, b. 1647, was prison-keep. many yrs. and liv. 1687, aged 75.
HIRAM, or HERMAN, Charlestown 1638, had Mary, b. 3 June that yr.
and ld. in Concord. JAMES, Charlestown 1637, freem. 6 June 1639, by
w. Deborah had Mary, b. 4 May 1638; Priscilla, 28 June bapt. 15 July
1640; James, 6 Aug. 1643, the same or ano. James in rec. 4 Aug.
1646; and perhaps others. Prob. this was the master of the sh. in
whose unhappy voyage to London, 1657, perish. Thomas Mayhew, Davis,
Ince, and Pelham, all scholars, the hope of the country, going to Eng.
for employm. of wh. Gookin, in his Hist. Coll. printed in Vol. I. of the Coll.
of the Soc. 202, gives suffic. acco. His wid. Deborah went home, I liv. at
Wapping, and sold her lds. here 1663. JOSEPH, Scituate, eldest s. of
Richard of the same (in Geneal. Reg. IX. 316, mistak. for Gannett, wh. see
bef. ment.), m. 17 Jan. 1677, Ruth, d. of Isaac Buck, had only s. Joseph, b.
1680, and four ds. nam. in his will Ruth Wade, Mary Briggs, Elizabeth
Briggs, and Jael G. as Deane relates. He had serv. in Philip's war.
JOSEPH, Hartford, perhaps s. perhaps gr.s. of Daniel, was there 1693.
RICHARD, Charlestown, shoemaker, came, no doubt, in the fleet with
Winthrop req. adm. as freem. 19 Oct. 1630, but was lost in a storm, of wh.
full report is in Winthrop I. 40. Hannah, "a fatherless ch." d. says the
rec. Feb. 1632, and I suppose her to have been his d. prob. that one wh.
went thro. the wreck with him. RICHARD, Scituate, first town clk.
1636, m. Lydia, d. of Elder Nathaniel Tilden, had Joseph, b. 1648;
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