Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v3p332

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    PAIGE, JOHN, Saybrook 1684. NATHANIEL, Roxbury 1686, had
sev. ch. b. prob. in Eng. and here had James, bapt. 28 Nov. 1686, d. at
8 mos. tho. town rec. ment. neither b. nor d.; rem. 1688 to Billerica,
was freem. 1690; had Christopher, b. 10 Feb. 1691. By Joseph
Dudley, as Presid. he was made, 1686, marshal of the Co. of Suffk.
he d. 12 Apr. 1692; but tho. descent. are num. eno. it is not ascert. from
what part of Eng. or when he came. His will names w. Joanna; his
d. Elizabeth m. 2 Dec. 1698, John Simpkins of Boston; Sarah m. 7 Jan.
1699, Samuel Hill, jr. of Billerica. His s. Nathaniel d. at Bedford, 2
Mar. 1755, aged 75; and Christopher was the first deac. at Hardwick,
where he d. 10 Mar. 1774. NICHOLAS, Boston 1665, perhaps br. of
the preced. came from Plymouth, Co. Devon, m. Ann, wid. of Edward
Lane, d. of Benjamin Keayne, was on serv. in Philip's war 1675, was
capt. and later a col. ar. co. 1693, and its com. His w. d. 30 June
1704, and he d. prob. late in 1717, for his will was pro. 3 Jan. foll.
Hutch. 295, and 375, where is strange mistake in call. his w. sis. of Gov.
Joseph Dudley, when she was d. of that unhappy sis. In the weakness
of that parent, she was suspect. of inherit. a melancholy share, was
indict. and aft. disagreem. of the jury, was at the Gen. Court in May
1666, found "guilty of much wickedness"; but great lenity was exhibit.
towards her, and on acknowledgm. of her offences she was discharg.
See in Mass. Rec. IV. part 2, page 309, a brief of the very strange
process.

    PAINE, ANTHONY, Portsmouth, R. I. rec. to be an inhab. 6 Dec. 1638
had w. Rose, who m. a Weeden, and may seem to have fam. from
his release, of 1650, to share of property of P. wh. d. a. 1640.
ARTHUR, Portsmouth, R. I. 1655, in the list of freem. BENJAMIN,
Bristol, youngest and fifth s. of the sec. Stephen of Rehoboth, d. in the
spring of 1698, his will of 18 Apr. pro. 3 May foll. in that yr. giv. his
est. to brs. and sis. shows he was unm. and for so young a man his inv.
was large, but chief, it was deriv. from his f. and gr.f. EDWARD,
Lynn 1637, Charlestown 1638, rem. prob. 1643 to Exeter or Dover, and
bef. 1649 went home. ELISHA, Eastham, s. of Thomas of the same, m.
21 Jan. 1687, Rebecca, d. of John Doane, had Abigail, b. 5 Jan. and
bapt. 21 Oct. 1688; Elisha, b. 29 Dec. 1693; Mary, 1 Feb. 1696; Solomon,
16 May 16908; and Dorcas, 24 Feb. 1700. Four or five more ch.
are assign. to him in the Fam. Geneal. But without dates, and it is said he
rem. to Canterbury, Conn. and d. 7 Feb. 1735. James, Newport, by w.
Amy had Amy, b. 28 Jan. 1660. JAMES, Barnstable, s. of Thomas of
Eastham, m. 9 Apr. 1691, Bethia, d. of John Thacker of Yarmouth, had
James, b. 24, bapt. 27 Mar. 1692, d. at 19 yrs.; Thomas, bapt. 8 Apr.
1694; Bethia, 22 Feb. bapt. 8 Mar. 1696, d. next yr.; Bethia, again 23,
bapt. 29 May 1698; Mary, 13, bapt. 18 Aug. 1700; Experience, b. 17

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