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had gone home, and d. bef Feb. 1654. In 1834, sixteen persons of
this name, with slight var. of spel. had been gr. at the N. E. coll. of wh.
two at Harv.

    HUNGERFORD, THOMAS, Hartford 1639, but not an orig. propr. rem.
to New London 1650, was constable 1652, and d. 1663, leav. wid. and
ch. Thomas, aged 15; Sarah, 9; and Hannah, 4. His wid. Hannah, d.
of Isaac Willey, was his sec. w. m. of course, but few yrs. bef. his d.
and mo. of only the last ch. She m. Peter Blachford, and, next, Samuel
Spencer
of Haddam, whither the fam. had rem. THOMAS, Haddam
1692, s. of the preced. had Thomas, I believe, perhaps John, and prob. others.

    HUNKING, somes. HUNKINS, JOHN, Portsmouth 1650, d. 1681, by n.
Agnes had John, b. 2 Mar. 1651, d. at 15 yrs. in Eng.; Hercules, 11
July 1656; John, again, 6 Apr. 1660; Peter, 20 Mar. 1663; Agnes, 2
June 1665; William, 6 Jan. 1668; and Mark, 17 May 1670. MARK,
Portsmouth, perhaps br. of the preced. had w. Ann, and d. bef. Nov.
1667. His will of 1 July preced. refers to eldest s. Mark, s. Archelaus,
and d. Mary. + MARK, Portsmouth, master mariner,in 1679, of a vessel
from Barbados for Boston; record. of the Prov. Judge of the Sup.
Court, and in 1710 a couns. says Farmer, wh. makes him s. of John;
tho. it may seem equal. prob. that he was s. of the preced. He had d.
Sarah, wh. m. John Wentworth, and liv. past mid. age, and other ch. but
these d. young.

    HUNKINGS, WILLIAM, Providence 1641, unit. with Benedict Arnold,
William Harris, and others in compl. to their neighb. of Mass. against
Gorton and others, wh. is the first matter of 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. I. But
I have some doubt, that the name should be Hawkins.

    HUNLOCK or HUNLOKE, EDWARD, Boston, from Derbysh. by w.
Margaret had Margaret, b. 7 May 1682; Martha, 7 Feb. 1684; and
Mary, 15 Feb. 1686; rem. to Burlington in the Prov. of W. Jersey,
whence he wrote 12 July 1695 to his kinsman John at Boston. He was
in Dec. 1699, appoint. by Gov. Hamilton one of the three Prov. Judges;
and in the first yr. of her reign, Queen Anne, by commiss. 16 Nov. 1702,
to her cous. Lord Cornbury, Gov. of New Jersey, among his thirteen
counsel. nam. him the first. JOHN, Boston, s. of Christopher, of Wingerworth,
near Chesterfield, Co. Derby (of wh. we find no trace on our side
of the ocean, and therefore presume he never came, espec. as he was
creat. a baronet in 1642), m. Joanna, only ch. of Samuel Sendall,
had John, b. 7 Oct. 1667, d. young; Joanna, 27 Feb. 1670; John,
again, 19 Mar. 1672; Sarah, 10 Sept. 1673; Samuel, 26 July
1678; Jonathan, 12 Dec. 1682; Elizabeth 12 Mar. 1685; and Joseph, 18
Oct. 1689. His w. d. 21 Oct. 1706; and he prob. rem. to N. J. as no
further notice of him is found. He had br. Christopher, wh. came over