Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p260

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Wybra, 9 Aug. 1649; Hannah, again, 24 Dec. 1651; and Mary, posthum. 1652. He
was freem. 1648; and 3 Sept. 1652, near the harbor, lost in a storm. His
wid. m. 1657, Philip Delano, as his sec. w. Wybra m. Joseph Bumpus of
Middleborough; Hannah m. Isaac Billington; and Mary m. Samuel Hunt. JAMES,
Boston, by w. Elizabeth had William, b. 11 Jan. 1688; Robert, 19 Sept. 1692; and
Elizabeth 6 Nov. 1695. RICHARD, Pemaquid, took the o. of fidel. 1 674; was of
Manchester 1686. ROGER, Duxbury, had been apprent. to John Crocker, and
for his ill treatm. was discharg. in 1639 by the Court, and put out to John
Whetcomb of Scituate; by w. Mary, had Elizabeth James, Emma, Mary, and John.
He was freem. 1657, perhaps, br. of first James, and d. 169(). Amy, perhaps
sis. of James, or Roger, or both, m. 1639, Richard Willis. John, s. of Roger,
perish. in the bootless exped. against, Quebec, 1690.

    GLAZIER, JOHN, Woburn, by w. Elizabeth d. of John George of Charlestown, had John,
b. 1663; Zechariah, 20 Apr. 1666; Elizabeth 4 Aug. 1668; John, 15 Dec.1669; Ruth, 30 May
1671; Samuel, 5 July 1672; and George, 3 June 1676.

    GLEASON, ISAAC, Enfield 1684, had been a soldier in the Falls fight 1676, was,
perhaps, s. of Thomas of Watertown, had at E. Isaac, Thomas, and sev. ds. d. 1698.
JOHN, Sudbury, s. of Thomas, m. Mary, d. of James Ross, had Mary, b. 1681;
and Martha, 1688, in wh. yr. he d. JOSEPH, Sudbury, s. of Thomas, had
Joseph, b. 1668, d. next yr.; I Joseph, again, 18 Oct. 1671; Susanna, 1676;
Abigail, 1680; Mary, 1682; Joyce; and Isaac. Barry thinks he had three ws.
viz. Hannah;Martha, wh. d. 1684; and he m. 22 Dec. 1686, Abigail Garfield; d.
1711 at Sudbury. RICHARD, call. an orig. propr. of Sudbury, 1640, in Geneal.
Reg. XIII. 261; yet may be a mistake for the foll. THOMAS, Watertown, Cambridge, and
Charlestown, had ch. b. in both the first, Thomas, Joseph, John, as Barry appears to say,
at W. and in Cambridge by w. Susanna had Mary, 31 Oct. 1657, and in my opin.
also, either there, or at Charlestown, Isaac and William. Bond thinks, with
good reason, he is the man ment. in Geneal. Reg. III. 401, as sw. fidel. in
1653. THOMAS, Sudbury, s. prob. eldest, of the preced. by w. Sarah had
Sarah, b. 6 Feb. 1665; Ann; Thomas; Isaac; Patience; Mary, 19 June 1680; and
John. His w. d. 8 July 1703; and he d. 25 July 1705. WILLIAM, Cambridge,
perhaps s. of Thomas, by w.Abiah, had William, b. 1679; Esther, wh. d. young;
and Isaac, bapt. 7 Dec. 1690; and d. 1691.

    GLEN, JAMES, Boston, a printer, 1682. Thomas, Hist. I. 280.

    GLIDDEN, CHARLES, Portsmouth 1665, of Exeter 1677, when he took
o. of fidel. Richard, Exeter 1698, perhaps s. of the preced.

    GLIDE, JOHN, a soldier, perhaps from Marlborough, under capt.
William Turner, 19 May 1676. He may have liv. at Salem, there by w.
Mary had John, b. 24 Apr. 1679.