||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
||1637 - 1707
||DINGLEY - DIVEN
|Volume 2, Page 52
DINGLEY, JACOB, Marshfield, s. of John, by w. Elizabeth had John, and
Joseph, and d. 18 Aug. 1691. His wid. d. 30 Mar. 1718. JOHN, Lynn, rem. to
Sandwich 1637, thence to Marshfield, a. 1644
, and d. 1658; by w. Sarah had
Jacob, bef. ment.; Mary, wh. m. 19 Dec. 1654, Capt. Josiah Standish, and d.
the next yr.; Sarah, prob. wh. m. 1658, William Ford, Jr.; and Hannah, wh. m.
Josiah Kean; beside prob. that John wh. was bur. 9 July 1665. The fam.
spread into Duxbury; and descend. remain in that neighborhood. RICHARD,
a Bapt. min. of Newport 1685, had come to Boston from Eng. rem. 1694 to S.
Carolina. Benedict. Backus, II. 109.
DINNY, EDWARD, Boston, freem. 17 Apr. 1637. WILLIAM, freem. 9 Mar.
1637, br. it may be, of the preced. But I have some reason for thinking
this name Dennis.
DINSDALE, || WILLIAM, Boston, an early propr. whose ho. and garden
are set out in the book of poss.sions.; by w. Martha had John, b. May
1644; Martha, 10 Jan. 1649; Mary, 24 Sept. 1651; and Sarah, 7 Jan. or 2 June
1657; freem. 1657, ar. co. 1658; in 1663 was aged 47, and d. at Barbados.
DISBROW, DISBOROW or DESBROUGH, NICHOLAS, Hartford 1639, an
early sett. not orig. propr. m. 1640, Mary Brunson, had Phebe, bapt. 20 Dec. 1646;
Abigail, b. 1 Feb. 1649, and prob. more; and, after 1669, says Porter, he m.
Elizabeth wid. of Thwaite Strickland; d. in 1683, aged 71, and left four ds. Mary,
m. Obadiah Spencer; one m. Samuel Eggleston; Phebe m. John Kelsey; and
Abigail m. Robert Flood. In the yr. of his death, some ridicul. mischief is,
by the Magnalia VI. 69, honor. as a tragedy of witchcraft; but Cotton
borrow. the nonsense from his f.'s Remarkab. Provid. p. 113. By Col. Rec.
of Conn. I. 45, he seems to I have been unfortunate in his early
relations. * PETER, Rye, in New Haven jurisdict. 1660, of wh. he was one of
the purch. from the Ind. rep. 1665, perhaps also for Greenwich, in 1681 was
call. 50 yrs. old. He had m. Sarah, d. of Nicholas Knapp of Stamford. A
John D. of Rye 1683 may have been his s. THOMAS, Fairfield 1685, or
earlier, perhaps s. of the preced. had w. Mercy, and s. Thomas, wh. seems
to be of age at d. of his f. early in 1707.
DISCO, TEAGUE, Exeter, took o. of alleg. 30 Nov. 1677.
DISER, sometimes DICER, WILLIAM, Salem 1668, perhaps ill spell. or very rare
name, sign. to petn. against imposts. He m. 20 Nov. 1664, Elizabeth Austin, had Elizabeth b.
2 July 1667; and Honor, 2 Apr. 1673.
DISPAW, HENRY, Lynn, d. 4 Oct. 1676. His will of 20 Feb. nam. s. Henry, and
Edward. HENRY, Lynn, prob. s. of the preced. had ch. b. June 1680, wh. d. next mo.
This seems a very strange name, found by Mr. Felt, perhaps once spel. wrong. It is
Dispan. in Essex Inst. II. 273.
DIVEN, JOHN, Lynn 1643, perhaps had John; d. 4 Oct. 1684. Lewis. His
s. JOHN was perhaps of Lynn, freem. 1691, had John, b. 16 May
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