Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p460


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not forbid his eldest s. from seek. and tak. a wife in Eng. did forbid from m.
and "tarrying there." John not only did m. and live in Eng. but worse than
that, in the opinion of his f's friends, bec. a parish priest, after the Restorat.
at Marsworth, Co. Bucks, a short distance from Aylesbury. THOMAS,
Hartford, eldest s. of Rev. Samuel, and gr.s. of the preced. a physician,
m. 1686, Mary, wid. of Richard Lord, d. of Henry Smith, then said to
be the richest match in N. E. had no issue. She was 16 or 17 yrs.
older than he was, d. 17 May 1702; and he d. early in 1720. WILLIAM,
Farmington, s. of Rev. Samuel, had only ch. Susanna. Twenty-two of this name,
near all of wh. descend from Thomas (call. by Mather the light of the Western
chhs.), had, in 1828, been gr. st the N. E. coll. of wh. only two were at

    HOOLE, THOMAS Boston, freem. 1665, is wholly unkn. to me.

    HOOPER, George, Boston 1674, mariner, was drown. at Salem in that yr.
HENRY, Marblehead, s. of Robert the first, m. 15 Mar. 1692, Mary Norman,
perhaps d. of the sec. Richard, had Robert, wh. was a deac. and f. of William, H. C.
1760; and also of Joseph, H. C. 1763. JOHN, Marblehead 1674, possib. was
br. of George. JOHN, Marblehead, m. 27 Jan. 1691, Mary Litchfield, at Boston.
RICHARD, Hampton, rem. to Watertown bef. 1684, was a physician and surgeon, by
w. Elizabeth had Hannah, b. 1683, d. young (says Bond, 302, by mistake, for on p.
785 he shows, that Mr. Foxcroft, in 1702, was appoint. guardian for her and
Henry); and Henry, 25 May 1685; and d. 8 Dec. 1690. His wid. Elizabeth had admin.
next July, and in 1693 was licens. as innhold. RICHARD, Watertown, s. of the
preced. as Bond thot. by w. Remember had Henry, b. 28 Aug. 1717; Richard, 7
Dec. 1718; Elizabeth Jan. 1720, d. soon; Elizabeth again, June 1721, d. next mo. and
Elizabeth again, 2 June 1722. ROBERT, Marblehead, b. a. 1607,
prob. was br. of John, bot. dwel.-ho. 1663, and ld. in 1665, sold in 1681
his ho. in conjunct. with w. Elizabeth By her had Robert and Henry, and was
progenit. of a race of enterpris. and most valua. men, of wh. one,
Robert (s. of Greenfield, s. of Robert the sec.) near a hundred yrs. ago, had
usually the title, King HOOPER. ROBERT, Marblehead, s. of the preced. m. 4
Dec. 1684, Ann Greenfield, had Greenfield, perhaps more. SAMUEL,
Marblehead, m. at Boston, 16 Feb. 1694, Mary White. WILLIAM,
Reading, came in the James from London 1635, aged 18,
freem. 1648, had Mary, b. 24 Mar. 1646, prob. for the last fig. is uncert. as
also, is that name of a s. b. 4 Oct. 1648, wh. d. Sept. 1649; Ruth, 15 Apr.
1653; Rebecca, 26 Oct. 1656; William, 3 Nov. 1658; Hannah,
31 Mar. 1662; Elizabeth 23 Aug. 1665; Thomas, 2 Apr. 1668; and John, 5 July 1670;
was, perhaps, of Salem in 1668, then bot. a tenement of David Thomas. He d. 5
Dec. 1678. WILLIAM, Reading, s. prob. of
the preced. d. 1692. Twelve of this name had, in 1830, been gr. at Harv.