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Wallingford, s. of John of New Haven, m. 1673, said to be the first in the
town, d. 1711, leav. w. Grace, and ch. Abigail, Thomas, Mary, Jonathan,
Joseph, Daniel, Rebecca, all of age, and Israel, 15 yrs. old.
THOMAS, Medford, youngest s. of the first John of the same, m. 22 Dec. 1702,
Hannah, d. of Gershom Cutter, had Thomas, b. 5 Oct. 1703; and by sec. w.
Abigail had Edward, 11 Apr. 1707; Abigail, 24 Oct. 1708; Ruth, 1 July 1712, d.
young; John, 17 Mar. 1715; Ruth, again, 20 Aug. 1719; William, 11 June 1721;
Samuel, 27 Nov. 1723, d. young; Samuel, again, 7 May 1725, d. young; Rebecca,
28 Feb. 1727; and Samuel, again, 22 Jan. 1730. He had third w. 16 Apr. 1747,
Elizabeth Davis; and d. 25 Jan. 1757. TIMOTHY, Windsor, freem. 166, m. 26 Nov.
1663, Sarah Barker, had Sarah, b. 9 Apr. 1665; Timothy, 12 Dec. 1667; John, 20
Aug. 1670; Thomas, 26 Aug. 1672; Samuel, 3 Jan. 1674; Dorcas, 28 Nov. 1675;
and Josiah, 22 Sept. 1678. TRISTRAM, Barnstable, had Mary, b. 1645;
Sarah; Joseph, June 1652; John, Mar. 1654; and Hannah, Feb. 1556. WILLIAM,
Portsmouth, R. I. 1638, freem. there liv. in 1655. WILLIAM, Cambridge, br. of
Stephen, one of the petnrs. 1653, for Chelmsford, rem. to Concord, m. 14 Oct.
1658, Sarah Meriam, and had no ch. prob. d. 10 Mar. 1667. WILLIAM, Guilford
1639, call. s. of Gilbert in Eng. had w. Esther, s. John, b. 1648; and Samuel; both bef.
ment. and d. 8 Mar. 1669. His wid. d. 1683. WILLIAM, Portsmouth, R. I. perhaps s. of
William of the same, m. 26 Jan. 1671, Alice, wh. it is said, came in the same ship, d.
of John Tripp, had William, b. 9 Dec. 1672; Preserved, 29 Aug. 1675, d. under
6 yrs.; Abigail, 20 Dec. 1677; Mary, 24 Sept. 1679; John, 2 July 1681;
Deliverance, 8 Jan. 1684; Alice, 14 Jan. 1685; Elizabeth 2 Oct. 1687; and Robert,
16 Feb. 1690. ZURIEL, perhaps of Portsmouth, R. I. had Mary, wh. m. 16 Sept.
1686, Robert Fish of the same. Gr. of this name, in 1834, were 20 at Harv. 25
at Yale, 7 at Dart. and 22 at the other N. E. coll. Very num. and independ.
stocks have contrib. to the wide extens. of this patronymic in N. E. At
Cambridge, in 1662, lds. were gr. by the town to a wid. Mary H. whose ch. then
adult, or nearly so, were John, Susanna, Stephen, William, Mary, Hannah, and
Lydia. Of the three youngest, Mary m. 26 Feb. 1669,
Israel Meade; Hannah m. 1670; and Lydia m. 6 Mar. 1678, Gershom Cutter.

    HALLAM, JOHN, Stonington, came 1677, in early youth, from Barbados,
with a younger br. and his mo. Alice, who had m. sec. h. and d.
1698; was a merch. m. 15 Mar. 1683, Prudence, d. of Amos Richardson,
had John, b. 24 Jan. 1684, d. young; Prudence, 1686; John, again,
1689; and Amos, 8 Dec. 1695; and d. 20 Nov. 1700, aged 39. Prudence d. 17 Apr.
foll. His wid. m. Elnathan Miner. NICHOLAS, New London, younger br. of the
preced. m. 8 July 1686, Sarah, d. of Alexander Pygan, had Alexander, b. 22
Oct. 1688; Edward, 25 Apr. 1693; and Samuel, 29 Mar. 1695. His w. d. 1700;
and in London, whither he had gone in prosecut. of an appeal to the K. in
Counc. relative to the