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---- Vicory; and Abigail m. ---- Stetson. JONATHAN, Lynn, prob. s.
of Thomas, had Moses, b. 15 July 1658, and prob. other ch. may be the
freem. of 1691. JONATHAN, Lyme, m. 17 June 1686, Sarah, and left
descend. MOSES, Lynn, prob. s. of Jonathan of the same, freem. 1691.
NATHANIEL, Boston, s. of William, m. 1 Dec. 1659, Elizabeth d. of William
Alford. NICHOLAS, Hingham, freem. 9 Mar. 1637, is, beyond doubt,
the same as Hodsdin, or Hodgen, wh. was at H. 1635, rem. to Boston,
that part call. Muddy riv. sold his est. 1650. RALPH, Boston, a woollen
draper, came in the Susan and Ellen, from London, 1635, aged 42, with
w. Mary 42, and three ch. Hannah, 14; John, 12; and Elizabeth 5; (but John
was his br.) freem. 25 May 1636, d. bef. his w. His will of 24 Sept. 1638,
gave no ch. but Hannah, any thing so we may well presume, that
Elizabeth was d. It was not pro. until 20 Nov. 1651, when was also pro. that
of his w. dat. 26 Sept. preced. in wh. she gives to her gr.ch. Hudson and
Hannah, ch. of John Leverett by her d. Hannah, wh. was d. and to his d.
Elizabeth by the sec. w. Hannah m. 1639, John Leverett, and d. prob. in
1644. RICHARD, Marblehead 1668, may be a soldier under capt. Turner,
in 1676, at Northampton. SAMUEL, Boston, s. of Francis, m. Dec. 1674,
Abigail, d. of Sampson Shore, had Francis, b. 15 Aug. 1676; and
Samuel, of uncert. date, both nam. in the will of gr.f. SAMUEL, one of
the comp. call. "the flower of Essex," under Lothrop, wh. was k. at
Deerfield, 18 Sept. 1675, and perhaps was of Marblehead 1668. THOMAS,
Lynn 1637, had Jonathan, and perhaps other ch. WILLIAM, Charlestown
1630, came prob.in the fleet with Winthrop was freem. 18 May 1631,
and rem. early to Boston, of whose ch. he was mem. bef. Charlestown ch.
was organiz. and cont. at B.; brot. perhaps, s. William, and w. Susan,
by wh. he had Nathaniel, bapt. 19, but b. 30 Jan. 1634, as says the town
rec. wh. may be more correct in saying, that Richard, their s. d. 26 Oct.
1641, prob. unbapt. He went home bef. 1656. WILLIAM, Boston, call.
the younger, was b. a. 1619, freem. 12 Oct. 1640; may have been s. of
the preced. or not, by w. Ann, had Hannah, bapt. 19 Mar. but in town
rec. b. 16 Apr. 1641, d. next mo.; Hannah, again, 12 Mar. 1644; bef.
her b. he went to Eng,. and serv. as ens. in the comp. of John Leverett,
under Israel Stoughton, in the Earl of Manchester's army for the Parliam.
The unhappy conseq. of his absence, and his wife's exposure to temptation,
for wh. she was whip. is told by Winthrop II. 249. She had no
more ch. Frothingham, 78, has confus. the junior and senior, as to the
time of rem. and serv. in Eng. Later in life, he was a lieut. in 1654,
and capt. in 1661, in serv. at B. m. 23 Jan. 1677, Mary, wid. of John
Fownell, and d. in summer of 1681. His d. Hannah m.
Benjamin Richards, and next, in 1666, m. Richard Crispe.

    HUDSHON, JOHN, Hartford 1649. The spell. may be careless in the
rec. and possib. the person is Hodson; but the name is unimport.

    HUESTED or HUSTED, ANGEL, Greenwich 1672, s. of Robert, d.