||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
York, York, Maine, United States
||1632 - 1767
||DUGALL or DOUGALL - DUMMER
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DUGALL or DOUGALL, ALISTER, Lynn, perhaps a Scotch prisoner from
the field of
Dunbar 1650, or of Worcester the yr. foll. sent over and sold
here; and one of the very few that liv. to bring up a fam.; by w. Hannah
had James, b. 19 Nov. 1660; John, 9 Oct. 1663; Joseph, 22 July 1668; Mary, 9
Apr. 1671; Elizabeth 25 Oct. 1676; Allen, 13 Sept. 1679, d. in two yrs.; and
Samuel, 4 Oct. 1682.
DUMBLETON, JOHN, Springfield 1649, came in the serv. of William
Whiting of Hartford, had John, b. 1658; and Nathaniel, 1664; beside six ds.
wh. all m. Sarah m. 19 Dec. 1678, Josiah Leonard. JOHN, S. of the preced. m.
18 Mar. 1675, Lydia, d. of John Leonard, and had a d. but in Philip's war
was k. by the Ind. at Westfield 27 Oct. 1675. NATHANIEL, Springfield, br. of
the preced. had six ch. Sprague, Hist. Disc. 24.
DUMMER, JEREMIAH, Boston, s. of Richard, a goldsmith, wh. serv. his
apprenticesh. with John Hull, ar. co. 1671, m. 1672, Ann, sometimes call.
Hannah, d. of Joshua Atwater, had, beside Jeremy, H. C. 1699 (wh. after
stud. at the Univ. of Utrecht, was a lawyer, agent at Queen Anne's court,
wit, and friend of St. John, Viscount Bolingbroke, and d. 19 May 1739, in
Eng.); William, wh. was Lieut. Gov. of the Prov. both under Shute and
Burnet; Samuel; and Ann, wh. m. John Powell. He was freem. 1680, of the
Counc. of Safety, or provis. governm. 1689, on the rising against Andros,
and d. 25 May 1718. Hutch. I. 382. * RICHARD, Newbury, b. a. 1599 at
sec. s. of John, came in the Whale from Southampton,
arr. 26 May 1632, had prob. the yr. bef. encourag. the comp. of
husbandmen in their project for Sagadahoc; and he first sat down at
Roxbury, built a mill there 1633, freem. 6 Nov. 1632, rem. in short time to
Boston, at desire of his w. Mary, wh. d. in few yrs. and he then rem. to
Newbury with early sett. was an Assist. 1635 and 6, favor. Wheelwright,
and was turn. out and disarm. 1637, and soon went home, came again 1638,
in the Bevis from Southampton, then call. 40 yrs. old, with brs. and other
relat.; was rep. 1640, 5 and 7; m. for sec. w. 1644, Frances, wid. o Rev.
Jonathan Burr of Dorchester, wh. d. 19 Nov. 1682, aged 70, had Jeremiah, b.
14 Sept. 1645, bef. ment.; Hannah, 7 Nov. 1647; Richard, 13 Jan. 1650; and
William, 18 Jan. or 28 May 1659; d. 14 Dec. 1678. By former w. had Shubael,
b. perhaps at Ipswich, 17 Feb. 1636, H. C. 1656. RICHARD, Newbury, s. of the
preced. m. 12 Nov. 1673, Elizabeth d. of John Appleton of Ipswich, had Hannah, b.
12 Aug,. 1674; John, 8 Aug,. 1676; Richard, 21 July 1678, d. soon; Richard,
again, 22 June 1680; Elizabeth 28 July 1682; Nathaniel, 1685, wh. liv. to 27 Feb.
1767; and Shubael, 10 Jan. 1687; was freem. 1677, of the Counc. of Safety
Apr. 1689, and d. 4 July foll. SAMUEL, York, s. of first Richard, began
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