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Boston, a caulker, m. 27 Apr. 1655, Susanna Price, had Elizabeth b. 26 Aug.
1656; Sarah, 10 Mar. 1659; Mary, 21 Jan.1662; Susanna, 13 Nov. 1664; and
Remember, 5 Feb. 1667; and was liv. 1677. JOHN, Salisbury, perhaps s. of
Humphrey, sw. alleg. 1677. Joseph, Roxbury, s. of Richard, was in the Falls
fight under Turner, 1676, by w. Sarah had Sarah, b. 29 Aug. 1686, d. soon;
Sarah, again, 19 July 1690; Samuel, 2 Jan. 1693; Joseph, 21 Jan. 1695; and
Benjamin, 2 Sept. 1702. MATTHEW, Saybrook 1645, had first w. Joan; may have rem.
to Charlestown, there m. 29 Aug. 1654, Hannah d. of Robert Cutler, had Matthew, b. 7
May 1656, who d. there 23 Apr. 1691; Hannah, 11 Nov. 1657; Samuel, 20 Sept.
1659; Elizabeth bapt. 9 Feb. 1662; Rebecca, 9 Oct. 1664; Richard, 13 May 1666;
John, 29 Mar. 1668; Jonathan, 5 June 1670; and Sarah, 6 Oct. 1672.
For third w. he m. Deborah, wid. of Zechary Hill, d. of Francis Norton.
MATTHEW, Charlestown, s. of the preced. had w. Elinor.
NATHANIEL, Salisbury, m. 26 Aug. 1671, Elizabeth Ring of
Andover, had Hannah, b. 11 Mar. 1676; Elizabeth 30 Oct. 1682; Maria, 24 June
1686; and Judith, 5 June 1689. PHILIP, Salisbury, by w. Ann had Hannah, b.
12 Mar. 1653; Mary, 24 Apr. 1655; and John, 4 Nov. 1656; and was k. by
lightning. Ano. PHILIP of Scarborough d. a. 1668, had inv. brot. in June of
next yr. and his wid. m. John Beaudesert of S. * RICHARD, Concord 1635,
freem. Mar. 1638, rep. 1639 and 40, was an Elder of the ch. m. prob. as sec.
or third w. 10 Dec. 1660, wid. Mary Harrod, and d. 5 Apr. foll. aged 70 yrs.
By will, of wh. he made w. extrix. few days bef. his d. he gave most of his
prop. to Christopher Woolley. RICHARD, Roxbury, had w. Mary, and ch. there
bapt. Mary, Elizabeth and Joseph, all on 17 May 1657, some days after he had
join. with the ch. Abigail, 18 Sept. 1659; Esther, 5 May 1661; Samuel, 25
Jan. 1663; and Hannah, 4 Mar. 1666; was freem. 1637, and he d. 28 Feb. foll.
the last bapt. RICHARD, Boston, gunsmith, was one of the pirates execut.
with Thomas Pound and Thomas Hawkins, their chiefs, Jan. 1691, as from the
rec. is extr. in Drake's Hist. of Boston, 490. ROBERT, Newport 1654, freem.
of that Col. 1655. SAMUEL, Derby, d. 14 July 1691, leav. w. Elizabeth ch. Phebe,
a. 6 yrs. and Elizabeth 4. SAMUEL, Charlestown, by w. Priscilla Crosswell had Samuel,
bapt. 6 Feb. 1687, the same day with his mo.; John, 7 July 1689; Caleb, 3 Apr. 1692;
Hannah, 12 Nov. 1693; Priscilla, 6 Sept. 1696; and Sarah, 14 Apr. 1699.
THOMAS, New London 1651, rem. 1654, to Stonington, d. 1661, leav. Thomas,
and perhaps other ch. Admin. on his est. was giv. in Boston 18 July for a
creditor. See Geneal. Reg. X. 359.

    GRIFFITH, HENRY, Cambridge, d. 12 Nov. 1639. JOSHUA, came from London, in
the Abigail, 1635, aged 25, and perhaps his resid. may be ascert. in a happier day.
WILLIAM, Boston 1676.

    GRIGGS, GEORGE, Boston, came in the Hopewell, capt. Bundocke, from
London, 1635, aged 42, call. in the custom ho. rec. of Landen, in