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    HACKLINTON or HACKLETON, FRANCIS, Northampton 1661, a brickmaker,
unm. perhaps rem. next yr. to Hartford, and m. Joanna, d. of Samuel
Wakeman.

    HACKWELL, JOHN, came in the Increase, 1635, aged 18, but we kn.
not of his resid.

    HADAWAY, JOHN, Barnstable. See Hathaway, the modern
name.

    HADBORNE, GEORGE, from Stepney, near London, a glover, came in the
Abigail, 1635, aged 43; with w. Ann, 46; and ch. Rebecca, 10; Ann, 4; and two
serv. Where he sat down has not been found.

    HADDEN or HADDON, FERMAN, Charlestown, perhaps s. of Jared, Gerard, or
whatever his name was, of Cambridge, by w. (to wh. Bellingham, Dept.-Gov. m. him 5
May 1657, but by his carelessness, or that of the Reg. the name is blank, yet in the
reg. of b. her bapt. name is found), Elizabeth had Sarah, b. 15 Dec. 1657; Samuel,
27 Feb. 1659; and perhaps more. JARED, JERAD, GARRETT, or GERARD,
Cambridge 1632, came, prob. in the fleet with Winthrop for he is among the first
hundred mem. of the Boston ch. adm. prior to any sec. arriv. freem. 14 May
1634, a propr. of Salisbury 1640, had w. Margaret, and at S. by her, Sarah,
b. 15 Jan. 1640; was liv. at S. 1663. His w. d. 20 Mar. 1673. GEORGE,
Cambridge, or at least H. C. 1647, may have been s. of the preced. but
where his after life was spent, or when he d. is unkn. Conject. that he
went to Eng. is plausible. A Catharine H. is witness to the will of Thomas
Bittlestone at C. and may have been first w. or even d. of Jared.

    HADLEY, GRORGE, Ipswich 1639, liv. in 1678, says Felt. GEORGE, Rowley
1668, was perhaps the same or s. of the preced. JOHN, Gloucester, 1683. SAMUEL,
Amesbury, s. of George, sw. alleg. Dec 1677.

    HADLOCK, JAMES, Roxbury, m. 19 May 1669, Sarah Draper, had Sarah, b. 16
Dec. 1670, rem. to Salem, there had, in 1678, w. Rebecca, d. prob. of Richard
Hutchinson, wh. he m. May 1658, unless the numerals in Essex Inst. II. 150 and 1,
be wrong, as they prob. are; s. James, and John, ds. Mary, Hannah, there said to
be b. July 1657; Sarah, Sept. 1659; and Rebecca. But possib. he had some of these
by ano. w. for the will of Hutchinson, 1682, calls him s.-in-law, but names not
the w. nor any Hadlock gr.ch. exc. Sarah. James, jr. was incl. in the tax
list (Mr. Felt assures me) of 1682 for Salem vill. JOHN, Concord, d. 1675.
JOHN, Salem, prob. s. of James, m. 16 Jan. 1694, Sarah Pasque or Pasco, had
Sarah, bapt. June 1695; and Margery, 27 Sept. 1696. NATHANIEL,
Charlestown 1643, freem. 1646, after 1658 rem. to Lancaster, by w. Mary
had Mary, b. 31 May 1641; and Nathaniel, 5 June 1643. NATHANIEL, Salem,
perhaps s. of the preced. suffer. says Felt, Nov. 1668, with Quakers, rem.
to Gloucester, m. 1 May 1673, Remember Jones, had Nathaniel, b. 1677;
Deborah, 1679; John, b. 27 Feb. 1682; James, 1684; Samuel, 1687; Mary,
1696; and Benjamin, 1700; beside Joseph, and William, as Babson teaches.

    HADWELL, WILLIAM, a passeng. in the Arabella from London 1671, of
wh. we kn. no more.

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