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d. 1699, leav. Thomas, prob. by earlier w. Deane. HENRY, New Hampsh. d. a.
1670. JOEL, Braintree, m, Sarah Gilbert, had Lydia, b. 13 Oct. 1640; and Theophilus,
7 Apr. 1642; was freem. 1646, rem. to Malden, as Theophilus, his s. d. there
15 or 25, July 1660. Lydia m. 3 May 1657, John Paul. JOHN, Plymouth
1643, prob. rem. to Barnstable, there m. 2 Feb. 1653, Mary
Ewer, had Sarah, b. 15 Nov. 1653; Mehitable, 2 Mar. 1655; Samuel,
12 Sept. 1657; John, 13 Nov. 1659; Mary, 1 Oct. 1662; Thomas, 15
July 1666; and Joseph, 31 Mar. 1669. Mehitable m. Oct. 1675,
Eleazer Hamblen. He may, or may not, be the passeng. in the Defence
from London, 1633, call. 26 yrs. of age. A few wks. later Elizabeth J. aged
27, emb. in the Truelove, at London, for N. E. She may be the person
wh. d. at Sandwich, 30 Apr. 1649. JOHN, Barnstable, prob. s. of the
preced. had Mehitable, b. 25 Sept. 1694; Samuel, 15 July 1697; Philip,
26 July 1699; Joseph, 13 Aug. 1701; and Ruth, 1704; and he d. 8
July 1736. JOSEPH, br. of the preced. m. Oct. 1694, Lydia Howland,
had Abigail, b. July 1695; Bathshua, July 1696; Ann, May 1701;
Joseph, 29 Feb. 1704; Lydia, 30 June 1705; Benjamin, 30 June 1707;
and Reliance, 6 Apr. 1709. LEMUEL, Malden 1671, m. 12 July 1670,
Elizabeth d. of Thomas Oakes, had Lemuel, b. Mar. 1672; and Elizabeth wh. d.
16 Feb. 1698, unless she were a gr.d. MATTHEW, Nantucket, s. of
Peter, m. 9 Aug. or Oct. 1706, Mary Gardner, d. of Joseph, had Thomas,
b. 29 Nov. 1707; Peter, 30 Apr. 1710; Joseph, 29 Mar. 1713; Benjamin,
15 Jan. 1717; Bethia, 25 Jan. 1719; Sarah, 24 Oct. 1722; and Mary,
15 May 1727. He d. 10 Nov. 1758. OBADIAH, Malden, m. 11 Jan.
1677, Mary Lewis, had Sarah, b. 9 Mar. 1685; Ann, 29 Oct. 1687;
and Obadiah, 4 Apr. 1690; was freem. 1690. PETER, Edgartown
1670, had Joseph, Matthew, Thomas, and Sarah; but no dates of
b. of ch. or of his own m. or d. are seen. REGINALD, Dorchester 1630,
is prob. the man, wh. rem. says Winthrop I. 89, to Cape Porpus, there was
k. by the Ind. 1632. REGINALD, Kittery, wh. submit. 1652, to the
jurisdict. of Mass. rem. to Dover, there by w. Ann had Philadelphia,
wh. m. 14 June 1676, Matthew Estes. He may have been s. of
the preced. ROBERT, Dover 1657, call. Junkins, prob. the same nam.
Jenkins, at York 1674, where he took, 22 Mar. 1681, o. of alleg. to the k.
SAMUEL, Greenwich 1672, may have been he wh. m. 6 July 1670,
Mary, wid. of Eleazer Fawer of Dorchester. THOMAS, Barnstable, s.
of the first John, m. 24 Aug. 1687, Experience, d. of James Hamblen,
had Thankful, b. 19 May 1691; Experience, 28 Mar. 1693; Mercy, 5
Jan. 1695; Ebenezer, 5 Dec. 1697; Samuel, 7 Jan. 1700; Josiah, 16
Apr. 1702; Hope, 5 July 1704; and Sarah, 1 Dec. 1706.

    JENKS, DANIEL, Cumberland, youngest s. of first Joseph, built the
first mills in that region, m. Catharine Balcom, or Bolcom, had Abigail,
8 July 1696; Martha, 6 Aug. 1698; Susanna, 24 May 1700; Daniel,
12 Mar. 1702; Hannah, 15 Feb. 1704; Ruth, 9 Dec. 1705; and Joseph,
5 Mar. 1709; and next m. Mary, d. of his br. Joseph, and had Mary.
EBENEZER, Providence, third s. of sec. Joseph, ord. 1719, after good
part of his days had pass. in civ. life, but in no pub. office, m. Mary
Butterworth, had fourteen ch. Sarah, b. 26 Dec. 1695; Ebenezer, 17 Sept.
1699; Daniel, 18 Oct. 1701; Phebe, 16 Jan. 1703; Rufus, 18 Dec.