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Geneal. Reg. II. 261, he calls Abraham br. His wid. m. 14 Apr. 1644, Gov.
Thomas Dudley, whose w. d. near the end of Dec. preced.; and after his d.
31 July 1653, she m. in less time than Dudley had been wid. 8 Nov. foll.
Rev. John Allin of Dedham; had ch. by all the h. and a. 29 Aug. 1671, three
days only after the last, in whose grave she was bur. Hannah m. 24 Dec.
1662, Samuel Hunting. SAMUEL, Near London, s. of the preced. was in office
of trust 1664, and had been there four yrs. bef. and cont. at least four
yrs. after.

    HAGGETT, HENRY, Salem 1642, freem. 1670, prob. of Wenham at
his d. 1676, in 83d yr. leav. wid. and ch. Henry, Moses, Mary, Deliverance,
and Hannah, who m. 1665, Philip Welsh of Ipswich. Prob. ano. d. Abigail m. 22
Sept. 1668, Thomas Spofford. MOSES, Andover, s. of the preced. m. 23 Oct.
1671, Joanna Johnson; and 21 Feb. 1700, sec. m. Martha Granger, wid. of John,
and d. I think, of Daniel Poor.

    HAILSTONE, WILLIAM, Taunton 1640, an orig. propr. bot. in 1646, an est. at
Boston, as by the Book of Poss.ns. is pro. but sold next yr. was liv. 1675. Baylies, I.
286, II. 282. His d. Margaret m. 14 Oct. 1659, Samuel Fletcher of
Chelmsford.

    HAIMES, JOHN, Boston, by w. Mary had Catharine, bapt. 21 May 1682.

    HAINES. See Haynes.

    HAKES, JOHN, Windsor, had John, bapt. 13 Aug. 1643; Nathaniel, 16 Feb.
1645; Elizabeth 10 Jan. 1647; Ann, 1 Oct. 1648; Isaac, 11 Aug. 1650; Mary, 23 May
1652; Joanna, 8 Feb. 1654; Eleazer, 20 Dec. 1655; beside Sarah, and Gershom,
whose dates are incompat. So strange sound. a name excites doubt of the chirogr.
on the rec. but all this and more is support. by Stiles, in Hist. of W. 651.

    HALBRIDGE, HALBICH, HOLBRIDGE or HOLBICH, ARTHUR,
Boston 1635, rem. to New Haven, said to have come 1638, certainly
there June 1639, and some yrs. later, d. 1648. His wid. rec. assist. by pub.
contrib. and brot. her childr. Mercy and John to be bapt. 30 June 1650.

    HALE, GERSHOM, Springfield, had sev. ch. bef. going thither, and one
b. 1698, when his w. Ann d. there. Whence he came, or who was his f.
is unkn. a s. and a d. were m. 1708. JOHN, Beverly, eldest ch. of deac.
of Charlestown, m. 15 Dec. 1664, Rebecca, d. not (as Coffin in Geneal. Reg.
VI. 311, says) wid. of Henry Byley of Salisbury (wh. seems the more
strange, as on p. 246 of the same Vol. he had noted truly that Byley's
wid. m. John Hall, yet six lines after, makes her m. Rev. John Hale). This
blunder, that arose from similar names would have been avoid. by that
most dilig. antiquary, had he consider. the times of the two ms. as the
wid. got her sec. h. when Hale was not five yrs. old. He had Rebecca, b. 28
Apr. 1666; and Robert, 3 Nov. 1668, H. C. 1686; was ord. 20 Sept. 1667,
after preach. three yrs. to the new formed congr. His w. d. 13 Apr. 1683,
and he m. 31 Mar. 1684, Sarah, d. of Rev. James Noyes, I presume, and had
James, 14 Oct. 1685, H. C. 1703; Samuel, 13 Aug. 1687; Joanna, 15 June 1689;
and John, 24 Dec. 1692. This w. d. 20 May 1695, and 8 Aug. 1698 he m. Elizabeth
wid. of Nathaniel Clark, d. of Henry Somerby, who outliv. him He serv.