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esteem for his serv. in framing the Concordance, said to have been writ.
by light of burning, pine knots. He suffer. more than his temper could
bear, by the spreading of the antipaedobapt. in his diocese, and d. 5
July 1663, aged 61; in the will of 18 Nov. 1661, names w. Sybel, s.
Samuel, Antipas, Noah, to wh. he gave his libr. and d. Hopestill, or
Hope, wh. m. 12 July 1664, Rev. George Shove, and d. 7 Mar. 1674.
Patience, an elder d. m. 3 Oct. 1649, Nathaniel Sparhawk of Cambridge.
For those who have not easy access to the Magn. Dr.Allen furnishes
the wondrous story of Newman's predict. of the hour of his own d. with
happy exactness, and Dr. Eliot, in his Biog. Dict. has fully vindica.
Mather from the discredit that might be attach. to his page by this.
Now to prove what Eliot tells of the acco. being sent to Eng. as well as
spread thro. our country, no doubt (when the immortal author of the
Magnalia was but few mos. old) we may look into the Diary of Samuel
Pepys, and find the "good story of Mr. Newman" to be matter of
conversat. in Jan. 1667-8, bef. our N. E. ecclesiast. hist. had filled his
six yrs. See p. 354 of Lord Braybrook's Pepys, Vol. III. Ed. 4th.
SAMUEL, Rehoboth, s. prob. the eldest, of the preced. b. 6 July 1625, in
Eng. m. 6 Dec. 1659, Bethia, d. of Francis Chickering of Dedham, had
Mary, b. 3 Jan. 1661; Bathsheba, 19 Jan. 1662; wh. both d. young;
Samuel, 21 Feb. 1663; David, 1 Nov. 1665; John, 1 July 1668; Hopestill,
19 July 1669; Mary, again, 7 Nov. 1670; and Antipas, 29 Mar. 1673, d.
in few mos.; and Rehoboth gr.stone calls the w�s. name Bathsheba, wh.
I distrust; yet the town rec. may be wrong; m. for sec. w. 2 May 1689, Hannah,
d. of John Bunker, and for third w. aft. 1690, Theodosia, wid. of capt. Noah Wiswall,
d. of John Jackson, was deac. and rep. for Swanzey 1692. He d. 14 Dec. 1710. Mary
m. 2 Jan. 1699, Samuel Woodcock. SAMUEL, Rehoboth, s. of the preced. m. 8
Oct. 1696, Hannah Kenrick, wh. d. 8 Apr. 1718, had Noah, b. 1 Sept. 1697;
Samuel, 30 July 1699; Hannah, 29 July 1701; Margaret, 8 Apr. 1704; Ann, 7
Apr. 1705; and John, 8 Dec. 1706; and d. 25 June 1747. SAMUEL, New
Haven, s. of Richard, m. 15 Feb. 1688, Elizabeth Rose of Branford, perhaps
d. of Robert the sec. and d. next yr. without ch. His wid. d. the yr. foll.
and his br. John and sis. Sarah inherit. his prop. SAMUEL, New
Haven, s. of Richard, m. 15 Feb. 1688, Elizabeth Rose of Branford, perhaps
d. of the sec. Robert, and d. 1689, without ch. His wid. d. next yr.
and the prop. fell to br. John and sis. Sarah. THOMAS, Ipswich
1639, had come 1634, in the Mary and John, hav. tak. o. of supremacy and
alleg. 16 Apr. d. 1676, leav. wid. wh. d. 19 Nov. 1679, and s. Thomas,
John, and Benjamin. WILLIAM, Stamford 1665, may have rem. to
Narragansett aft. 1669. Five of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at
Harv. and two at other N. E. coll.

    NEWMARCH, JOHN, Ipswich 1638, at Rowley perhaps 1643, and back
to I. 1648; m. Martha, d. of Zaccheus Gould, had, as is learn. from his
will of 14 Feb. 1696, pro. 26 Apr. 1697, John, Thomas, Zacheus,
Martha, wh. m. 1675, Samuel Balch, Phebe Pennywell, and Sarah
Berry. It made w. Martha extrix. and nam. gr.ch. Thomas Gould, and
Martha Balch, tho. it might be hard to find the gr.ch. Thomas Gould.
JOHN, Kittery, H. C. 1690, wh. d. 1754, was, perhaps, a gr.s. and it may
be that Joseph, H. C. 1728, wh. d. 1765, a couns. of N. H. in 1754,
was s. of this min. Sometimes it is Newmarsh.

    NEWPORT, RICHARD, Boston, by w. Ruth had Ruth, b. 27 Apr. 1668.

    NEWTON, ANTHONY, Dorchester, of Braintree 1640, engag. 1652 in
sett. of Lancaster, was freem. 1671. BRYAN, Jamaica, L. I. 1656.
DANIEL, Marlborough, s. of Richard, had Daniel, Benjamin, Susanna,
Isaac, Abraham, Mary, Samuel, Nathaniel, Lydia, and Mercy; and