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Elizabeth 10 June 1660, the last three bapt. 18 May 1662, I presume; and
he m. sec. w. 29 Dec. 1662, Dodd says, Rebecca (but Catharine, reads
ano.) Lane, had Joseph, b. 27 Apr. 1664; Rebecca, 18 Apr. 1666, bapt.
I judge, four days aft. but surely not, as the ch. rec. in Genal. Reg. IX.
361, says, Monday, 23; Sarah, b. 2 Feb. 1668; and Hannah, 7 July
1672; and he d. Apr. 1700, aged 71. His will, of 14 of that mo.
names all the ds. and s. George and Joseph. Mary m. 1677, Joshua
Hotchkiss; Elizabeth m. 25 Dec. 1679, Thomas Gregory, and in the will of
her f. is call. an Olmstead; Rebecca m. 1699, Samuel Alling; and Hannah
m. Edward Vickers. GEORGE, New Haven, s. of the preced. m. 10
Feb. 1676, Mercy Ball, perhaps d. of Alling, had Mercy, b. 16 Jan.
1677; Eliphalet, 26 Dec. 1678; Martha, 18 Mar. 1681; and John, 4
Nov. 1683; his w. d. 13 Aug. foll. and he m. 11 Feb. next. Mary
Denison, perhaps d. of James, had Stephen, 1686; Ebenezer; George,
Jan. 1691; James; Mary; Sarah; and Elizabeth and he d. 22 Nov. 1723.
JOHN, New Haven, whose inv. of 12 Nov. 1683 is foll. by remarks a.
his childr. JOSEPH, New Haven, br. of the preced. m. 30 July 1688,
or 30 Jan. 1689, Elizabeth Yale, d. of the first Thomas, had John, wh. d. 27
Oct. of same yr.; Joseph, 9 Aug. 1693; Thomas, 26 Oct. 1695; John,
again, 6 Feb. 1698; and Mary, 9 Apr. 1700; his w. d. 19 Sept. 1701,
and he m. sec. w. 2 Dec. 1703, Elizabeth Paine, had Elizabeth 16 Sept. 1704;
Daniel, 28 Nov. 1706; Rebecca, 26 Mar. 1708; Josiah, 14 Sept. 1711;
Ebenezer, 4 Nov. 1714; Samuel, 3 Aug. 1718; and Sarah, 1 Aug.
1721. The name is wide. spread.

    PARDON, WILLIAM, Mass. freem. 1645, of wh. I kn. no more, not
even his resid.

    PARENTS, JOHN, Haddam, sett. a. 1662, d. 1686, leav. two ds.

    PARIS, OR PARRIS, CHRISTOPHER, Boston 1649. JOHN, Braintree,
m. 30 Sept. 1664, says Farmer, Mary Jewell, prob. d. of Thomas.
NICHOLAS, Salem 1648, witness to the will of John Balch. SAMUEL,
Salem, s. of Thomas of London, the unhappy promoter of the said
tragedy of the witchcraft. 1692, was educ. at Harv. but left bef. gr. was
of the first ch. at Boston, freem. 1683, and preach. at the Salem vil. now
Danvers, in 1689, and bec. the first min. of the society that he reduced
to such misery, ord. 15 Nov. of that yr. left his place by compulsion
June 1696, and was two or three yrs. preach. at Stow, but in 1700, of
Watertown, have. license as a retailer, soon aft. sat down at Concord,
there contin. 1705 engag. in trade unprofitably, but preached a few mos.
at Dunstable 1711. His w. Dorothy d. 6 Sept. 1719; and he d. 29
Feb. foll. at Sudbury. In his will, pro. 28 Mar. 1720, he ment. f.
Thomas; uncle John; ds. Elizabeth w. of Benjamin Barnard; Dorothy, b.
28 Aug. 1700, w. of Hopestill Brown; and Mary, b. 1703, m. 1727,