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his w. Mary and five ch. Joanna, Thomas, Joseph, Priscilla, and John, were
tak. prison. carr. a. forty miles into the wilderness, and allow. to come home
13 June foll. His est. was good. THOMAS, Dover 1660. This name is spell.
oft. Kemble. Ten had, in 1834, been gr. at Harv. and twenty two at other
coll. in N. E.

    KIMBERLY, ABRAHAM, New Haven, s. of Thomas, by w. Hannah,
wh. was bapt. on adm. of the ch. prob. 24, certain. not (as the rec. in
Geneal. Reg. IX. 360, says) 25 July 1659, wh. was Monday, had Hannah,
b. 11 Jan. 1656; Sarah, bapt. July 1659, d. young; Mary, b. 1668; Sarah,
1672; Abraham, 1675; and fam. tradit. says, went to S. Carolina, and there
was k. by the Ind. These ch. were all b. in Albemarle Co. of Carolina. His
wid. came home, and m. John Curtis of Stratford, and there she had put on
rec. the b. of ea. of the ch. Mary m. John Blakeman, and Sarah m. Benjamin
Hurd. With this fam. Goodwin was quite bewilder. ELEAZER, Glastonbury, s.
of Thomas, said to be the first male b. in New Haven, was in 1661 sch.master
at Wethersfield, and contin. in that employm. at intervals till 1689; was freem.
1667, and in 1696 succeed. Col. John Allyn, as Secr. of the Col. and so cont.
to his d. Feb. 1709. He left s. Thomas, and four ds. refer. to in his will,
two m. and two, Elizabeth and Ruth, unm. NATHANIEL, New Haven, s. of
Thomas, had Nathaniel, b. 4 Jan. 1667; Elizabeth and two other ds. Apr. 1679,
one without name, the other, Sarah. THOMAS, Dorchester 1635, had
w. Alice, with wh. he rem. to New Haven 1639; his est. was then small.
His w. by wh. he had Eleazer, bapt. 17 Nov. 1639; and Abiah, 19 Dec. 1641;
beside five or six others, d. 1659, at New Haven; he m. ano. w. Mary, wid.
of William Preston, and rem. to Stratford, there d. 1673; in his will of 11
Jan. of that yr. he names his s. Thomas, Abraham, Nathaniel, and
Eleazer, w. Marg and sev. ds. Of these Hannah was b. so late as
1656; Abiah m. a Boardman, and she and three ch. are refer. to in his
will; and Mary m. Nathaniel Hayes, prob. and her 3 ch. Nathaniel,
Elizabeth and Mary, are nam. in it. THOMAS was freem. 1669, had w.
Hannah, and with Nathaniel, propr. at New Haven 1685; but T. had
no ch. and it is said Nathaniel left s. of the same name. Great var. in
spell. of this name occurs both at D. and New Haven; Kinnersly, Kimerly,
Kemmerly, and even with C. for first let. are found. At New
Haven the fam. is perpet. with repute, and four had been gr. at Yale
in 1829.

    KIME, WILLIAM, Dover 1668-71.

    KIMWRIGHT, GEORGE, Dorchester, m. a. 1653, the wealthy wid. of
John Holland, rem. to Cambridge, a. 1664; but I doubt the spell. of the

    KINCAID, DANIEL, New Hampsh. came, 1689, prob. from Scotland.

    KIND, ARTHUR, Boston, by w. Jane had Sarah, b. Nov. 1646; James,
wh. d. 9 July 1654; Mary, wh. d. 27 Oct. 1655; James, again, 29 Oct.
1655; Nathaniel, May 1658; Thomas, 26 Sept. 1659; Mary, 27 Apr.
1662; and William, 26 Feb. 1665. This name is pervert. to Knide in
Geneal. Reg. XV. 134.

    KING, ALEXANDER, Wickford, R. I. 1674. BENJAMIN, Northampton,
s. of John of the same, m. 16 May 1700, Mary, d. of Abel James,
had Elisha, b. 11 Nov. 1717, the only ch. and he d. 20 Jan. foll. His
wid. m. 1721, Jonathan Graves. CLEMENT, Marshfield, by Miss Thomas,
in Geneal. Reg. VIII. 192, is favor. with w. Susanna, wh. d. or was bur.