||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Bristol, Bristol, Rhode Island, United States
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
||1635 - 1749
leav. good est. but had Hannah, b. 10 Oct. 1672; John, 20 Nov. 1674; Elizabeth 23 Feb.
1667; and Mehitable, 1 May 1679. JOHN, Salem, m. 2 Jan. 1660, Mary Guppy, d. of
John of the same had John, b. 29 Aug. 1661; William, 15 Mar. 1664; Mary, 1 May
1666; Sarah, July 1668; Hannah, 24 June 1670; Benjamin, 28 Mar. 1674; perhaps
Jonathan, Apr. 1677; and Ebenezer, 13 or 18 Apr. 1685. His will of 19 Apr.
1635,pro. 13 May foll. ment. wid. Mary, s. John, and other childr. not nam.
JOHN, Barnstable, s. of Nathaniel of Dorchester, went with his mo. to
Barnstable after her m. and d. 25 Aug. 1690, aged 35. JOHN, Norwich 1674,
m. Hannah, 29 May 1682. JONATHAN, Salem, s. of John of the same, m.
Abigail Henderson, perhaps d. of Archibald, had Abigail, b. 23 Nov. prob.
1699; Mary, 18 Jan. 1701; Jonathan, 14 Dec. 1702; Benjamin, 7 Sept. 1704;
Joseph, 27 June 1706; and David, 9 Jan. perhaps 1709. JOSSE, rector, it is
said, of Sutton, in Surry, made contr. 7 June 1638, with Stephen Day of
Cambridge, Eng. to come over with w. ch. and serv. in the John of London,
at exp. of Glover, his design being to set up a printing press here; d. on
the pass. and his wid. Elizabeth m. Henry Dunster, after the first Presid. of
Harv. Coll. His eldest s. Roger was a capt. k. in the civil war at Edinburg,
it is said; John, above ment. is the only other s.; but three ds. were fixed
in our country; Elizabeth w. of Adam Winthrop, wh. d. early; Sarah, w. of Deane
Winthrop; and Priscilla, w. of John Appleton. Sometimes he is call. Jesse;
by President Quincy and many others, Joseph; but the stranger name
prevails. Of course, he has no claim to be insert. in these pages, as
inhab. of N. E. where he never came, but eminent. are his righteous intent.
to be honor. and his relat. to our country by his childr. m. and his own d.
on the ocean would make omiss. inexcus. NATHANIEL, Dorchester, s. of
first John, b. in Eng. m. Mary, the ch. brot. from Warrington in a pannier, to
embark at Bristol, as told by a credita. tradit. d. of John Smith, common.
kn. as Quartermaster, bec. he had serv. in the Netherlands in that capac.
had Nathaniel; John, b. 1655; and Ann; was freem. 1654, selectman 1655 and
6, d. 21 May 1657. Ann m. 11 July 1673, William Rawson. His wid. m. 15 Mar.
1660, Thomas Hinckley, after Gov. of Plymouth. NATHANIEL, Dorchester, s.
of the preced. freem. 1678, was capt. 1687, m. Hannah, d. of Thomas
Hinckley, Gov. of Plymouth Col. wh. a. 20 Aug. 1730, as the gr.stone at D.
has it, but mak. her yrs. less by two than truth, wh. is very unusual
occur. He had Hannah, b. 3 Dec. 1681, wh. m. it is said, at Marblehead,
but d. at Boston, 1 July 1749. PELATIAH, Springfield, s. of first John, b. at Dorchester
1637, or 9, was educ. at Harv. but left the coll. without gr. m. 20 May 1660, Hannah, d.
of capt. John Cullick, had Samuel, b. 28 Nov. 1661, wh. d. 24 July 1689, unm.; John, 1
July 1663, d. in two yrs.; Pelatiah,
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