Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p421


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uncert. but it was in the list of reps. so many yrs. that prob. the later
ones are of the s. WILLIAM, Hartford, s. of William of the same, was
bur. at H.. 15 Aug. 1693, and in Dec. foll. seven ch. appear to div. the est.
viz. Mary, aged 26; Phillis, 24; Hannah, 21; Ebenezer, 17; John, 14;
Esther, 12; and Joseph, 10. ZEBULON, Gloucester 1652, from
Bristol, Eng. had gr. of ld. bef. 1650, m. 16 Nov. 1651, Elizabeth Clark,
d. prob. of Edmund, rem. to Salem, there had bapt. 27 Apr. 1662,
Joanna, Elizabeth and John; of wh. the sec. prob. d. young, and third was
b. 2 June 1659; Philip, b. 24, bapt. 28 Dec. foll. beside Zebulon, Elizabeth
again b. 1 Feb. 1665; Mary, 25 Jan. 1668; Abigail, 21 Sept. 1670;
and Sarah, 22 June 1675; In his will of 1699 these are ment. His
s. Zebulon, in 1690, was master of a vessel going to Barbados.
ZECHARY, Charlestown, s. prob. of the first Abraham, m. 24 Sept.
1668, Deborah, d. of Capt. Francis Norton, had Zeceriah, b. 10 Nov.
foll. acc. rec. Middlesex, and Abraham only; d. early; and his wid. m.
Matthew Griffen. Nineteen of this name had been gr. at Harv. in
1834, six at Yale, and seven at the other N. E. coll. says Farmer in MS.

    HILLIARD, ANTHONY, Hingham 1638, prob. had fam. and his d.
Mary, it may have been, wh. m. 14 Aug. 1664, John Farrow, sec. of the
same. Perhaps too he had at H. d. Ann. BENJAMIN, Wethersfield, s.
of Hugh, may be in town rec. Benoni, as keep. of the town herd, 1648.
BENJAMIN, Salem 1653, was k. at Hampton by the Ind. 13 June 1677.
EDWARD, Salem, by w. Martha had Elizabeth b. 14 Oct. 1658, but, no doubt,
the last fig. is wrong; and (if rec. be good), Mary, 30 May 1659; Edward,
16 Oct. 1660; Sarah, 8 Sept. 1662; David, 11 Dec. 1665; Jonathan, 6 Feb.
1668; and Joseph, 4 Jan. 1673. Sometimes it is spell. Helliard. Elizabeth m. 14
Sept. 1669, Gilbert Peters. Mary m. 30 Aug. 1672, William West, it is said;
but she was too young. EMANUEL, Hampton 1649, lost in a boat, going out
with six others, 20 Oct. 1657, had, prob. Timothy. HUGH, Salem, freem. 3 Sept.
1634, yet, as he is not nam. in Felt's list of ch. members, we may think he had
belong. to some other ch. He had w. Margaret, s. Job, and Benjamin;
and d. early. His wid. m. John Elson, wh. d. 1648 at Wethersfield;
and she took third h. Thomas Wright of W. and d. 1671. In her will
of 1670, she names s. Job, dec. and his ch. and Benjamin, wh. we may
presume to have been the older. She had certain. no ch. by Elson, nor,
prob. any by Wright. JOB, Salem 1653, br. of Benjamin, a fisherman.
His first w. Sarah d. 14 Oct. 1660, and he m. 1 Apr. foll. Mary Oliver,
perhaps d. of Thomas, had Abigail, b. 26 July 1662; Benjamin, 6 May
1664; Job, early in June 1669; beside, prob. William; and Sarah; and
d. Mar. 1670. JOB, Boston 1689, perhaps s. of the preced. by w.
Mary had Mary, b. at Charlestown, 1706. TIMOTHY, Hampton,
perhaps s. of Emmanuel of the same, had to w. in 1669, a d. of
Joseph Merry of the same, whose name is not seen. He took o. of fidel.
Dec. 1678; and I observe, that by w. Apphia he had Apphia, b. 29
Aug. 1686. WILLIAM, Boston, came in the Elizabeth and Ann, 1635,
a carpenter, aged 21, by w. Esther had Esther, b. 25 Mar. 1642; Mary,
7 June 1644. Six of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at Harv. and two
at the other N. E. coll.

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