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latter part of July 1647; Benjamin, 6, bapt. 19 May 1649; Ruth, 10 pr. bapt.
15 May 1652; Ebenezer, b. Dec. 1655; and Elizabeth 1 May 1658. Mary m. 14 Dec.
1664, Samuel Hinckley; Ruth m. 2 Feb. 1675, John Davis, jr.

    GOODING, GOODWIN or GOODWYN, ADAM, Providence 1641, had come with
John Moulton of Ormsby, in Co. Norf. as his serv. aged 20 in Apr. 1637 emb. at
Yarmouth. CHRISTOPHER, Charlestown 1676, freem. 1677; his w. Mary (by wh. he
had Elizabeth b. 13 Mar. 1659, and prob. Timothy, bapt. 8 June 1662; Mary and Hannah, 30
Apr. 1676; and Mercy, 6 June 1680; but two, at least, of these bapt. were adult); d. 22 Jan.
1683, aet. 65, Mary m. 29 Feb. 1672, the sec. William Brown of C. CHRISTOPHER,
Charlestown, call. junr. prob. s. of the preced. m. 11 May 1672, Mercy Crouch, d. of
William, wh. d. July 1678, aged 25. He had sec. w. Joanna, wid. of Nathaniel Johnson,
m. 10 Dec. 1679, and d. Deborah, bapt. 6 June 1680; Christopher, 9 Oct. 1681. DANIEL,
Berwick, kept an inn there in 1662. EDWARD, Boston 1641, adm. of the ch. 26 Mar.
1642, freem. 18 May after, was a boatman, had w. Elizabeth and d. Elizabeth wh. m. Samuel
Gardner, and he d. 1694. EDWARD, Salisbury 1667, shipwright, m. 5 June
1668, Susanna Wheeler of Newbury, wid. I suppose, of George, and prob.
left descend. GEORGE, m. at Taunton, 9 Feb. 1686, Deborah Walker. Yet, tho.
in the list of above 160 in Geneal. Reg. XIII. 251, his is the only name with prefix of
respect, I kn. nothing more of him, nor wh. was his w.�s f. JAMES, Boston, m.
Mehitable, d. of the Rev. Thomas Gould. JOHN, Charlestown, m. 2 Dec. 1669 Martha, d.
of Benjamin Lothrop, had Nathaniel, b. 1672; and Martha, 1674, both bapt. 26 Mar. 1676;
John, 23 Sept. 1677; Mercy, 17 Apr. 1681; rem. to Boston, here four of his
ch. in 1688, being possess. with a spirit of childish misch. sadly perplexed
and befooled Cotton Mather, so as to cause Mrs. Glover, the washerwoman,
to be convict. of deal. with the devil, and hang. as in his Magn. is told. By
these infant instructors the learn. author was adequate. prepar. for the
honors he gain. in the doleful tragedies of 1692, enact. at Salem. Sev.
other ch. he had, as perhaps a sec. John; Benjamin, b. 1683; Hannah, 1687;
and Elizabeth 1694; and he d. 21 Jan. 1712. His wid. m. 1714, John Pearson, and d.
26 Sept. 1728. Martha m. 1693, Ebenzer Clough. JOHN, Reading, an early sett. *
NATHANIEL, Reading, perhaps br. of the preced. freem. 1679, rep. 1689, d. 23 Aug.
1693. NATHANIEL, Hartford, s. of Ozias, freem. of Conn. 1662, m. a. 1664, Sarah, d.
of John Cowles, had Nathaniel, b. July 1665; Sarah, Apr. 1668; John,bapt. 10 May
1672. His w. d. 8 Ma.y 1676, and by a sec. w. Elizabeth d. of Daniel Pratt, he had
Samuel, bapt. 22 Aug. 1682; Hannah, 6 Dec. 1685; Ozias, 26 June 1689; Mary
and Elizabeth 14 Oct. 1691; and he d. 1714. NATHANIEL, Hartford, s. of the sec.
William, m. 1687, Mehitable, d. of the first Samuel Porter of Hadley, had
Hezekiah, Isaac, Abraham, Stephen, Eleazer, Mehitable, Benedict, Joanna,
Ruth, Alice; and his w. d. 6 Feb. 1726. Of this branch was the disting.
genealogist, Nathaniel, b. 5 Mar. 1782. OZIAS, Hartford, one of the first
sett. was b. a. 1596, as infer. from his sw. in 1674, that his age was 78,
br. Of Elder William, d. a. Apr. 1683, leav. s. William, b. in Eng.