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1639, aged 29, had w. Temperance, and ch. Joshua, b. 12 Mar. 1642, d.
young; Job, 1643; Sarah, 19 May 1644; Samuel, 20 Jan. 1647; and
Elizabeth wh. m. 1667, Humphrey Osland, and d. 1723. He liv. at the
village wh. bec. Newton, was freem. 2 May 1649, and d. 12 Sept.
1689. Farmer says he was deac. mean. I suppose, of Hobart's ch. at
New Cambridge, for his name is not in Mitchell's Reg. Six generat. of
descend. have liv. on part of his ld. SAMUEL, Newton, s. of Jonathan
the first of the same, m. 20 Jan. 1674, Hannah, d. of Isaac Stedman,
but no issue is heard of, and he d. 1725; and his wid. d. 1727.
SAMUEL, Norwich, s. of William, m. June 1659, at Saybrook, Jane
Lee, had Elizabeth b. Aug. 1660, the first Eng. ch. in the town; Phebe,
Jan. 1662; Samuel, May 1665; John, Dec. 1667; William, Jan. 1669;
Thomas, July 1672; Sarah, 1675, d. soon; and Jabez, May 1677; and
d. 1677. Descend. are num. TIMOTHY, Wethersfield, s. of George, m.
Elizabeth d. of Thomas Olcott of Hartford, where he resid. some yrs. after
1671, had only ch. Timothy, wh. d. 1710, unm. WILLIAM, Hartford,
an orig. propr. rem. to Saybrook, thence a. 1659 or 60, to Norwich, there
d. 1681. His only ch. kn. to us were Samuel, bef. ment. and Esther, wh.
m. John Post. WILLIAM, Newton, s. of the first Jonathan of the same,
freem. 1690, m. Elizabeth eldest d. of his cous. Job Hyde of the same, had
William, b. 30 Oct. 1690; tw. ds. 1693, d. soon; Ebenezer, 14 May
1694; and Caleb, 8 Oct. 1699, d. next yr. and the f. d. Dec. 1699.
Fourteen of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at the N. E. coll. but
none at Harv.

    HYLAND, GEORGE, Guilford 1662, d. 1694, leav. wid. Hannah,
s. Samuel, and four ds. Elizabeth, Hannah, Mary, and Deborah, of wh. two
m. Hulls, and one had s. nam. Highland, as commonly by that fam. it was
spelt, sometimes Hiland, or Hyland. His wid. d. 1697. THOMAS, Scituate 1637,
was from Tenterden, Co. Kent, had Thomas; Samuel, wh. d. in Philip's war;
Deborah, wh. m. 1666, William Ticknor, as sec. w.; Mary, wh. m. 1664,
John Bryant, as third w.; Sarah m. 6 Jan. 1652, Thomas Turner; and
Ruth. Prob. most of these were b. in Eng. THOMAS, Scituate, s. of
the preced. m. 1 Jan. 1661, Elizabeth d. of John Stockbridge, had Thomas,
b. 1662, wh. d. in the wild exped. of Sir William Phips, 1690; Elizabeth
1665; Mary, 1667; John, 1669; and Ruth, 1673.

    IBROOK, RICHARD, Hingham 1635. Lincoln, 43. He had gr. in
1647, of an isl. in the harbor; and d. 14 Nov. 1651. His wid. d. 4
Apr. 1664, as we learn from the Diary of Rev. Peter Hobart, wh. m. his
d. Rebecca for sec. w. A d. Helen, or Ellen, m. Mar. 1638, Joshua
Hobart; and ano. d. Margaret, m. Feb. 1639, or 40, John Tower.

    IDE, NICHOLAS, Rehoboth 1643, m. I presume, a d. of Thomas Bliss,
for in the will of B. he is call. s.-in-law; and prob. he had Mary, Nicholas,
Martha, and John. His w. was bur. 3 Nov. 1676, and s. John, prob.