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7; and Jeremy, 5. JOHN, Southampton, L. I. 1641, perhaps br. of the
first Jeremy, was liv. 1664. JOHN, Stamford, s. of the first Jeremy,
propound. for freem. 1670, had Elizabeth aged 18; Hannah, 16; Sarah, 14;
Mary, 11; and Jonathan, 9; as appears by the pro. rec. of 16 Feb.
1684, when his inv. is ret. No w. is nam. and his eldest d. d. bef.
May 1686. JONATHAN, Stamford, br. of first John, was liv. there
1673, and not in 1687, but whether he had fam. then or after, is unkn.
to us.

    JAMES, CHARLES, Gloucester, m. 17 July 1673, Ann Collins,
had Charles, b. 12 July 1674; and Francis, 22 May 1677; and d. 11
Sept. 1720, aged, says Babson, a. 69 yrs. EDWARD, Newbury,
may, or may not, be the same, wh. hav. prob. come in the fleet
with Winthrop req. adm. as freem. 19 Oct. 1630, but we see no evid. of
his becom. so. Perhaps he went home bef. the time of adm. next yr.
and came again. The early sett. was prob. of Watertown, and his w.
Reana. However, the man at N. wh. had Edmund, b. 1670; and Benjamin,
15 Apr. 1673; and in that yr. d. as says Coffin, could not be the
Watertown sett. bec. his wid. Reana, by contr. of m. 11 Aug. 1640, says
Bond, 800, bec. w. of William Andrew. EDMUND, a serv. of Rev.
Francis Dane of Andover, wh. d. 14 Sept. 1682, was prob. the s. of the
preced. ERASMUS, Salem 1637, then had gr. of ld. was of Marblehead
1648, d. a. 1660, leav. wid. Jane. Felt. She d. that yr. He had prob. s. of the
same name, wh. was act. for the town, Mar. 1674. FRANCIS, Hingham, came
in the Diligent 1638, with w. and two serv. Thomas Luckling and Richard
Baxter, from old Hingham; freem. 10 May 1643. He lost ho. by
fire in May, and d. 27 Dec. 1647. FRANCIS, Hingham, freem. 1684,
prob. was s. not of the preced. but of Philip; by w. Elizabeth had Francis,
b. 26 Jan. 1667; Thomas, 7 Dec. 1669; Samuel, 1 Apr. 1676; and
others; certain. Sarah, wh. is ment. in the will of her br. Francis, 28
Dec. 1717, as w. of John Sale; also Jane, wh. was bapt. 5 Nov. 1664,
w. of Edward Darby, ment. in the same will; and Philip, prob. eldest, b.
29 Apr. 1657, wh. d. 14 Feb. 1688, of whose est. admin. was giv. to his
mo. He d. 29 Nov. 1684, inv. was giv. 5 May and his wid. Elizabeth made
admx. FRANCIS, Gloucester, s. of Charles, m. 1703, Elizabeth the spell. of
whose surname is uncert. but Babson, 107, says, tho. she had sev. ch. yet
none perpet. the name. GAWDY, Charlestown 1639, freem. 18 May 1642, had
leave to inhab. at Boston 1657; by w. Ann had, perhaps, no ch. at least none
to outlive him, for in his will, 26 Dec. 1683, pro. Dec. foll. after releas.
tenants of his est. of Winnowfarthing in Eng. and mak. provis. for w.
dur. her life, he devis. his prop. to the first ch. of Boston, to wh. many
yrs. preced. he had rem. Sometimes this uncom. name of bapt. is erron.
giv. Gardy. HUGH, Portsmouth, sent over by Mason, 1630, or 1. JOHN,
Providence 1645, perhaps s. of Thomas of the same, had div. then of
25 acres. JOHN, Scituate, wh. Deane suppos. to be s. of Thomas of
Dedham, and calls a freem. of S. 1668, m. 1675, Lydia, d. of John
Turner, had only ch. John, b. 1676; and d. a. the same time of the