||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Massachusetts, United States
New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
York, York, Maine, United States
||1621 - 1834
||MORTON - MOSES
|Volume 3, Page 245
Hull; and Elizabeth m. 7 Dec. 1670, Benjamin Bosworth. He had the
benefit of all the MSS. of his uncle, Gov. Bradford, and compiled the
well kn. Memorial, of wh. the fifth d. was illustrat. by Judge Davis.
RICHARD, Hartford, blacksmith, was freem. there 1669, had Richard and
Thomas, rem. 1670 to Hatfield, there had John, b. 1670, d. soon;
Joseph, 1672; John, again, 1674, d. young; Abraham, 1676; Elizabeth
1680; Ebenezer, 1682; and Jonathan, 1684; was freem. 1690, and d.
1710. His wid. Ruth d. 1714. All his s. exc. Thomas, liv. at Hatfield.
RICHARD, Hatfield, s. of the preced. m. 1690, Mehitable, d. of Isaac
Graves of the same, d. next yr. and his wid. m. William Worthington of
Hartford. THOMAS, Plymouth, came in the Fortune, Nov. 1621, and
either d. or went home soon aft. the div. of lds. in wh. he had part, and
bef. the div. of cattle 1627, in wh. he had none. See Davis's Morton,
378. THOMAS, Braintree, the pettifogger of Clifford's Inn, London,
came June 1622, and seems much to have displeas. all the sett. in
other planta. perhaps in no small degree for calling his planta.
Merry Mount; was seiz. and sent home, June 1628, for causes well set
down by Gov. Bradford in 1 Hist. Coll. III. 62; soon came back, and
foll. similar courses, and by Gov. Winthrop, in 1630, was sent off; still
he was infatuat. with love of N. E. and a third time got there and a
third time was punish. and d. in poverty at York, a. 1646. See Winthrop
II. 192. He publish. New English Canaan, one of the most amusing,
and not least valua. of the books descript. of our country. He prob.
had no w. THOMAS, Plymouth, came in the Ann 1623, in co. with
George, who may have been his br. is call. Junr. in the div. of cattle
1627, tho. other Thomas is not nam. was still res a. there 1641. See
Davis's Morton, 379, 382, 403. He was an orig. purch. of Dartmouth
in 1652. WILLIAM, New London, one of the first sett. in 1646, constable
1658, and aft. d. prob. 1668, without ch. WILLIAM, Windsor,
freem. 1669, d. a 1670, had William, wh. d. bef. his f.; John; Thomas,
wh. d. bef. his f. leav. ch. Five of this name had, in 1834, been gr. of
Harv. and six other N. E. coll.
MOSELEY. See Maudsley. Twelve of this name had been gr. in
1829, at Yale, one at Harv. and five at other N. E. coll.
MOSES, AARON, New Hampsh. 1690, perhaps s. of John, crav. jurisdict.
of Mass. that yr. HENRY, Salem, m. 1 Apr. 1659, Remember, d.
Edward, had Hannah, b. 20 Jan. 1660, d. next yr.; Henry, 8
Feb. 1662; Elizabeth 8 Feb. 1664; John, 19 Nov. 1666; Remember, 14
Nov. 1668; Edward, 10 Nov. 1670; Eleazer, 23 Mar. 1623; and
Samuel, 24 June 1677. JOHN, Windsor 1647, m. 18 May 1653, Mary
Brown, had John, b. 15 June 1654; William, 1 Sept. 1655; Thomas,
19 Feb. 1659, both the last d. bef. the f.; Mary, 2 Dec. 1661; Sarah, 2
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