||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
||1634 - 1717
||HIBBINS or HIBBENS - HICKOCKS, HICOCK or HICKOX
|Volume 2, Page 409
HIBBINS or HIBBENS, GILES, Saco, m. 1670, Mary Pennell. Folsom,
188. He d. at Charlestown, 4 Sept. 1693. * WILLIAM, Boston 1639, merch. adm.
28 Sept. of that yr. with Ann, his w. he is then call. gentleman, and I venture to
guess, that he came in the Mary and John 1634, as his estates are enumerated among
the first eight in the town's book of Poss.sions, prior to sev. wh. came
bef. that yr. and perhaps he went back; was freem. 13 May 1640, rep.
1640 and 1, when he went with Peter and Welde to pray for protection
from Parliam. to the Col. came back next yr. and was chos. Assist.
1643, till his d. 23 July 1654. His w. Ann, an uncomfort. subject for
her bad temper in his life, brot. no ch. but in June 1656, had prevail. on
the majority to condemn her as a witch, and she was execut. on that
prepost. charge; yet she was permit. to disp. of her prop. by will to
two s. John, and Joseph Moore of Ballyhorick, Co. Cork, Ireland, and
John serv. as excor. the year foll. Gov. Bellingham was br. of H. if
Mr. Haven was not misapplied (in the prolegomena of Vol. III. of
Archaeol. Americ. p. lxix.), the epithet "sister," when she was, I imagine,
related only as a ch. mem. If so, Gov. Endicot was equal. her br.
One was gov. one dept. when she suffer.
HIBBS, DAVID, Watertown, by w. Elizabeth had David, bapt. as was his
mo. 21 Nov. 1686; and Elizabeth on 28 of same, but he was d. bef. the wid.
brot. the ch. to the ordin. JOSEPH, Watertown, perhaps br. of the
preced. had Abigail and Elizabeth bapt. 17 Apr. 1687. The name is a
strange one; and Dr. Bond does not say that it is perpet. in any part
of the country.
HICHBORN, DAVID, Boston 1650, by w. Catharine had Catharine, b. 2 June
1654, and Solomon, and David, tw. 14 Dec. 1661. His w. d. five days after. By
pervert. types in Geneal. Reg. XIII. 11, the name is giv. Titchburne.
HICKOCKS, HICOCK or HICKOX, BENJAMIN, Woodbury, s. of Joseph
the first, of Waterbury, m. 3 Mar. 1697, Hannah, d. of John Skeel of Stratford, had
Sarah, b. 23 July 1698; David, 4 Mar. 1701; Mary, 15 Sept. 1703; Hannah, 25
June 1705; Lois, 18 Mar. 1709 Benjamin, 21 Nov. 1711; Justus, 2 Aug. 1714;
Amos, 11 Oct. 1717, d. young; and Silas, 9 Mar. 1721. He was deac. d. 1745,
and his wid. d. next yr. JOSEPH, Farmington 1673, perhaps, after 1680, rem. to
Waterbury. He next rem. to Woodbury, there d. 1687, leav. ch. Joseph, Benjamin,
Mary, Elizabeth and Samuel. JOSEPH, Woodbury, s. of Samuel of Waterbury, by
first w. had only Samuel, bapt. Sept. 1687; and he m. 3 Nov. 1697, Ruth Fairchild,
had Ruth, b. 31 July 1700; Stephen, 27 June 1702; Susan; and Eunice, 11 July
1706. He d. 1723; and his wid. d. 28 May 1728. SAMUEL, Farmington
1673, br. of first Joseph, rem. to Waterbury, there d. early in 1695, when
his ch. are named, Samuel, aged 26; William, 22; Thomas, 20; Joseph, 17;
Stephen, 11; Benjamin, 9; Ebenezer, 2; beside Hannah, 24; Mary, 14; Elizabeth 12,
wh. was bapt. at F. 12 Nov. 1682,
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