||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Massachusetts, United States
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
||1620 - 1741
Feb. 1698; Hannah, 25 Mar. 1700; and Phebe, 11 Mar. 1702. RICHARD,
Watertown, was punish. 4 Sept. 1632, for sale to an Ind. of milit.
stores. RICHARD, a soldier, Dec. 1675, in Moseley's comp. SAMUEL,
Milford 1658, at New Haven, m. 5 Dec. 1667, Hannah, d. of capt. Nathaniel
Turner, had Samuel Wait, as Mr. Porter, wh. marks the b. 3 Aug.
not 30 foll. would regard this as the first double name on our side of the
water. I do not accept the fact; but if Wait be fasten. on the ch. it may seem
rather to be nickname for his premature coming, b. 30 Aug. foll.; and Hannah,
2 May 1670; rem. soon after from the Col. STEPHEN, Plymouth, came
Mayflower, 1620, with w. Elizabeth s. Giles, and d. Constance, both by
former w. and by this had Damaris, as also a s. b. on the voyage, call.
therefore, Oceanus, but he d. within a yr. He also brot. serv. Edward
and Edward Leister, the duellists. Deborah was b. prob. in
1622, bef. the div. of ld. Other ch. also, they had, Caleb, Ruth, and
ano. d. wh. d. bef. her f. Beside Elizabeth his w. liv. at P. above 20 yrs.;
and he d. 1644, had been an Assist. 1633-6. Constance had m. Nicholas
Snow, bef. the div. of cattle 1627, and she d. 1676; Deborah m. 1646,
Andrew Ring; Damaris m. 1646, Jacob Cooke; and Elizabeth d. 1666, unm.
tho. she, instead of her elder sis. (by unusual inadvert. of a corresp.
of extraord. accura. in Geneal. Reg. XIV. 89) is call. w. of Snow.
Abstr. of his will is in Geneal. Reg. IV. 281. STEPHEN, Hartford, only
s. of John, freem. 1657, m. Dorcas, d. of John Bronson, and d. Oct.
1689, in his will ment. six ch. John, Stephen, Ebenezer, Joseph, Dorcas,
w. of Jonathan Webster; and Mary, wh. m. Samuel Sedgwick. His will.
d. 13 May 1697. The s. John had eight ch. of wh. one was Samuel,
Y. C. 1718, min. of West Springfield; and ano. Timothy was f. of Samuel,
Y. C. 1741, of Newport, the Rev. amiab. and ingenious elaborater of the
theolog. syst. that bears his name. See Eliot's Biog. Dict. STEPHEN,
Eastham, s. of Giles, m. 23 May 1667, Mary, a. of William Merrick,
had Elizabeth b. the last wk. of June 1668; Stephen; 15 July 1670; Ruth,
Nov. 1674; Judah, Jan. 1678; Samuel, Mar. 1682; Nathaniel, 1684;
Joseph, 1688; Benjamin, Feb. 1690; and Mary, 15 Apr. 1692. He
d. 10 oct. 1718, hav. m. 1701, 2d w. Bethia Atkins, wh. d. 25 Mar.
1726. All the s. m. and had fams. of wh. I would glad. offer details,
were they in my power. THOMAS, Providence 1641, had foll. Roger
Williams in 1636 from Plymouth, m. Elizabeth d. of William Arnold the
first, had William, and Thomas; sw. alleg. to Charles II. in June 1668,
as did Tho. jr. in May 1671; was rep. some yrs. and progenit. of
Stephen, the Gov. See 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. I. 4. I suppose he had
Joseph, and perhaps other childr. certain. William; and d. 1699. THOMAS,
Providence, s. of the first Thomas, m. (or at least was publish.) 1
Apr. 1678, to Mary Smith, yet whose d. she was may not be kn.
‡ WILLIAM, Stratford 1640, an Assist. 1641 and 2, but it is unkn. whence
he came, when he d. or what w. or ch. he had. Perhaps it was his d. Mary,
wh. after his d. in virtue of a contr. of m. made by her mo. Mary, w. of
Richard Whitehead, of Windsor (wh. was liv. 1670), with William Lewis
of Farmington, 1644, bec. w. of William Lewis, s. of the bargainer. If
so, we might infer, that our Conn. magistr. was then d. and his wid. wh.
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