||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
||1620 - 1692
||EASTY or ESTY - EATON
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a witch 22 Sept. 1692, must be held in honor, forever, for in her petn.
to Sir William Phips, the Gov. she begg. not for her own life, wh. she kn.
must be vain, but only "that no more innocent blood may be shed." JEFFRY,
Salem 1637, had then a gr. of ld.
EASTWICK, ESTICK or ESTWICK, EDWARD, Salem 1649, mariner, d. 1666,
leav. Elizabeth 14 yrs. old; Sarah, 12; Hannah, 10; Esther, b. 21 Apr. 1659; and Edward, 12
Apr. 1622; all by w. Esther. PHESANT, Boston 1670, Portsmouth 1680, was b. a.
1630, and w. Sarah, 15 yrs. later. They had Nathaniel, b. 7 Apr. 1682.
EATON, BENJAMIN, Duxbury 1648, Plymouth 1650, s. of Francis, m. 4
Dec. 1660, Sarah Hoskins, prob. d. of William, had William, wh. d. bef. 1691.
BENONI, Cambridge, s. of the unhappy Nathaniel, left by his f. in early
youth to the care of deac. Thomas Cheeseholme, by w. Rebecca had
Nathaniel, wh. d. 22 Feb. 1691, aged 24; Rebecca, m. 28 Apr. 1690, John
Bunker; Ann, b. 7 Sept. 1672, d. next yr.; and Theophilus; the last b. 20
Sept. 1674, d. 22 Feb. 1691; and the f. d. 20 Dec. preced. DANIEL, Reading,
s. of William, freem. 1680. DANIEL, Reading, s. of one of the Johns, but of
wh. is uncert. m. 1664, and by w. Mary had Daniel, Ann, Martha, Priscilla,
Daniel, again, and Mehitable. Barry, 236. EPHRAIM, Salisbury, s. of John
first of the same, m. 5 Feb. 1689, Mary True, had Mary, b. 11 Dec. 1689;
Ephraim, 24 May 1692; Jane, 13 Sept. 1694; and Samuel, 6 Aug. 1697.
FRANCIS, Plymouth, came in the
Mayflower 1620, with w. Sarah, and s. (a
sucking ch.) Samuel, as in the compact bef. land. he is count. for three
heads; but in the spring of 1624 count. for four, in the div. of cattle, by
add. his d. Rachel. It is thot. that his w. of the Mayflower's comp. d. soon
after, and a sec. w. d. soon, but, Bradford says, he took third w. had by
her three ch. of wh. he adds, one was m. and had a ch. and the other were
liv. 1650, but one was idiot. In the div. of lds. 1627, this w. is call.
Christian, suppos. to be Christian Penn, wh. came in the Ann 1623, no
other person in the col. (then number. only 156), hav. such a bapt. name.
By her he had Benjamin, b. a. 1627; and d. prob. 1633, for his inv. was tak.
8 Nov. and Christian his wid. m. 1634, Francis Billington. Rachel m. 7 Mar.
1646, Joseph Ramsden. JABEZ, perhaps of Dorchester, see Heaton. JOHN,
Watertown, freem. 26 May 1636, rem. to Dedham, had by w. Abigail, b. there,
John, 6 Jan. 1640 (in transcrib. from orig. town rec. the County registrar
made this name, Abigail, the d. of, etc. as in Geneal. Reg. IV. 274, is
careful. giv. wh. example should serve for caution to all readers of
pretended records); and Jacob, 8 bapt. 12 June 1642, d. young; beside
other ch. and d. 17 Nov.. 1658 leav. John, Mary, and Abigail, ment. with
their mo. in his will of 2 Nov. pro. 7 Dec. of that yr. Mary (wh. perhaps
was b. in Eng.), m. 5 May 1651, John Mason, and Abigail m. his br. Robert.
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