||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
York, York, Maine, United States
||1631 - 1718
||MAVERICK - MAXFIELD
|Volume 3, Page 182
25 Oct. 1663; and he d. 10 Mar. 1664, and some unusual proceed.
in few days by creditors that the "est. be not conceal. or convey. away "
may be seen in Col. Rec. IV. part II. 145, and Geneal. Reg. XlI. 165.
His br.-in-law Francis Hooke was appoint. admor. 1666, in Maine. So
that Eliot, in Biog. Dict. mistook, saying he was the last nam. of four
Royal commissnrs. in the Warrant of 25 Apr. 1664 to hear all complaints
and settle every thing in the Col. of N. E. respective of the
doings under wh. most copious details are in Hutch. I.229-57. Strange.
is he miscall. s. of the Rev. John in Josselyn, 252. His wid. m. 12
Mar. 1672, William Bradbury. But ano. SAMUEL of Boston, wh. by w.
Martha had Samuel, b. 16 Mar. 1671, may have been s. of John, tho. it
is very improb. as the Dorchester min. is never report. to have had any
s. and he, I infer from both Moses and Samuel sign. 1668 the petitn.
from Marblehead against imposts, was, perhaps, s. of Moses, and of a
differ. tribe from the royal commissnr.
MAWER, WILLIAM, Boston 1636, liv. at Mount Wollaston, but rem. I
think, bef. 1640.
MAWNEY, MOSES, Narraganset, a Huguenot, wh. escap. from France,
soon aft. 1685, and as Potter in his Hist. tells, sat down in that part
now East Greenwich, prob. bring. w. and ch. of wh. two are nam. Peter
and Mary. Mary m. in New York. PETER, Providence, of the
preced. m. Mary, d. of the sec. Pardon Tillinghast, had, as we learn
from the will of their gr.f. without any indicat. of order, Sarah, Amey,
Lydia, Mary, John, b. Aug. 1718, and Peter. By a sec. w. whose
name Potter has not giv. he says there were three, perhaps nam. Elizabeth
Mercy, and Pardon, but the want of precision is unavoid. The name is
one of the perversions that the Huguenots suffer. in change of their
alleg. since in France it was spell. Le Moine.
MAWRY, MOURIE, MOREY or MOWRY, ROGER, Salem, freem. 18
May 1631, serv. as neatherd for the town 1637; may have had w. Elizabeth
in 1641, but in few yrs. rem. to Providence, and was among the list of
freem. there 1665, when he kept an inn, and was rep. 1658.
MAXCY, ALEXANDER, a soldier of Gallup's comp. for the sad expedit.
1690, of Phips against Quebec.
MAXFIELD, CLEMENT, Dorchester 1658, came with his w. from
Taunton, but they had yrs. bef. been memb. of Dorcbester ch. had m.
Mary Denman, prob. d. of John, constable 1664, had Samuel, and, perhaps,
John; d. 3 Feb. 1692, and his wid. d. 31 May 1707, in 86th yr.
JAMES, Boston, a cordwainer in 1675. JOHN, Salisbury 1652, was of
Gloucesteir 1679; but this may be the Mayfield of Lynn in Felt's list,
Geneal. Reg. V. 339, wh. m. Rebecea Armitage. See that. JOHN,
Salisbury, by w. Elizabeth had John, b. 23 Oct. 1680; Timothy, Oct. 1682;
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