Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p369


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    HARTWELL, JOHN, Concord, s. of William, m. 1 June 1664, Priscilla
Wright; had Ebenezer, b. 28 Feb. 1665; John, 15 Apr. 1667; Samuel,
9 Oct. 1673; Sarah, 22 Feb. 1678; Joseph, 24 Jan. 1680; and William.
His w. d. 3 May 1681, and by sec. w. of unkn. name, he had Elizabeth
Jonathan, and Edward, the last in 1689. He was freem. 1690, and d.
12 Jan. 1704. SAMUEL, Concord, br. of the preced. m. 26 Oct. 1665, Ruth, d.
prob. of Obadiah Wheeler, had Samuel, b. 2 Oct. 1666; Mary, 16 Feb. 1668;
Ruth, 17 Oct. 1669; William, 19 Aug. 1671; John, 18 June 1673; Hannah, 8 Oct.
1675; Elizabeth 22 Oct. 1677; Sarah, 10 July 1679; Abigail, 1 May 1681; Rebecca, 14 Feb.
1683; and Jane, 30 Nov. 1684. His w. d. 19 Dec. 1703. WILLIAM, Concord, an early
sett. prob. 1636, liv. in the pt. now Lincoln, was a valua. citiz. quartermaster in
milit. serv. had William, b. 1638; John, 23 Feb. 1641; Mary, 1643; Samuel, 26
Mar. 1645; Martha, 25 Apr. 1649; and Sarah; was freem.
18 May 1642; a petnr. for gr. of Chelmsford, d. 12 Mar. 1690, aged 90.
His first w. was Jessie, had other ch. Jonathan, and Nathaniel, but their
dates of b. or d. or m. are unkn. He came, says tradit. from Kent;
had, in 1644, or earlier, sec. w. Susan, in the rec. made mo. of Samuel,
who d. 6 Aug. 1695. Six of this name had been gr. 1834, at Harv.
Yale, Dart. and Brown.

    HARVARD, JOHN Charlestown, b. near London, prob. for on his entry
at the Univ. he is call. of Middlesex, educ. at Emanuel, where he was
adm. 1628, and matric. with the rank of pensioner, 7 July 1631, his A. B.
was of 1631-2, and A. M. 1635, came here in 1637, and on first Sunday
in Aug. unit. with the ch. freem. 2 Nov. of that yr. and d. 14 Sept. of next.
Half his est. £779 17s. 2d, he left to the coll. wh. perpet. his
ever honored name. His w. Ann is thot. to have been d. of Mr. Sadler of
Patcham in Sussex, prob. had by him no ch. and she m. I believe, in
1639, Thomas Allen, who, 9 June, was dism. from Boston ch. to the ch. of C.
"on their and his desire," and next yr. bec. collea. with Rev.
Zechary Symmes, until he went home to his native city of Norwich, a. 1650.

    HARVEY, * EDMUND, Milford 1639, a merch. brot. two ds. one 9 yrs.
the other 4, and perhaps a w. but prob. was a widower, and m. a. 1640,
Martha, had Josiah, bapt. 27 Dec. 1640; and Hannah, b. 1646; rem. to
Fairfield, it may be, some yrs. bef. was rep. 1647, and d. 22 May 1648,
leav. a d. then in Eng. aged 22; two more, aged 18, and 14 yrs. all by
former w. but none of these three ds. are nam. His wid. m. Nathan
Gould. Trumbull, in the Index to his inval. Col. Rec. has given the
bapt. name Edward, but this is wrong; in his text it conforms to the rec.
in abbrev. form, Ed. Lambert has the same error; and Chapin, 44,
adds to it by claim. him for Wethersfield. GEORGE, Gloucester, s. of
Peter, at Salem, by w. Sarah, had Sarah, Nehemiah, Rose, and perhaps
George; and at G. had Benjamin, b. 1697. His s. GEORGE at G. m.
1713, Sarah Butman, wh. d. 20 Nov. 1718; and he m. 1720, Patience York, and
d. 24 Nov. 1724, aged 37, leav. s. Nehemiah. JOACHIM, Newcastle or Great