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been gr. at Harv. of wh. William, 1751, was nine yrs. a tutor, and
Presid. of M. M. S. d. 2 Nov. 1788, aged 56.

    KNELL, KNEALE or KNILL, JOHN, Charlestown, perhaps s. of Nicholas,
rem. to Boston, had w. Elizabeth wh. bec. third w. of Nathaniel Bachiler
of Hampton, 23 Oct. 1689. Ch. of K. were John, b. 13 May 1679,
bapt. 12 Sept. 1680; Hannah, bapt. 1 May 1681; and Richard, b. 26,
bapt. 27 May 1683. NICHOLAS, Stratford 1650, m. Elizabeth wid. of
Thomas Knowles, d. of Francis Newman, of New Haven, had John, b.
24 Oct. 1651, d. soon; Elizabeth 3 May 1653; Isaac, Feb. 1655; John, again, 17
Dec. 1657; by the governm. was grant. in 1668, 50 acres, and as much more
next yr.; and d. 2 Apr. 1675. His will names only w. and the two s. He seems
to have been a man of some conseq. has Mr. prefix, and the ment. in
town rec. of his d. calls him "that aged benefact. of the country."
PHILIP, Charlestown, perhaps br. of John, by w. Ruth, m. 5 Oct. 1666,
as wid. Allen, had Ruth, b. 6, bapt. 10 July 1670; Elizabeth 15, bapt. 26
Apr. 1674; and Philip, 4 July 1675, bapt. the same day. His wid.
petitn. the Gov. and Counc. 30 Oct. 1697, for redress in the case of her
serv. Sambo, impress. under 21 yrs. of age. His will, made at the age
of 51 or 2 yrs. 18 Feb. 1689, was not pro. bef. 15 Oct. 1699. THOMAS,
Salem 1677.

    KNIGHT or KNIGHTS, ALEXANDER, Ipswich 1635, had kept an inn
at Chelmsford, Eng. says Vincent in his Hist. of the Pequot war. Perhaps
we may be justif. in think. he came in the Defence, but could not
obtain license to emb. being a subsidy man; we kn. at least, that in that
sh. that yr. came from London, Sarah K. aged 50; and Dorothy, 30, of
wh. one might be w. and the other sis. or d. APSIA, Charlestown 1637,
if the force of Frothingham, 57 and 88, can render such a name credible.
Without sight of the MS. I should indulge the license of modest conject.
to make it Apphia. BENJAMIN, Newbury; s. of the sec. John of the
same, m. Abigail, d. of Henry Jaques, had Benjamin, b. 8 Feb. 1693;
Isaac, 15 Jan. 1695; Abigail, 15 Apr. 1697; Daniel, 4 Dec. 1699, d.
young; Daniel, again, 11 Jan. ]702; and George, 31 Jan. 1704.
CHARLES, Salem, m. 9 May 1667, Sarah Lemon, d. I presume
of Robert, had Elizabeth b. 18 May 1668; Mary, 7 Apr. 1670; and Sarah,
22 July 1673; was a soldier of Gardner's comp. wound. in the gr. Narraganset
fight, 19 Dec. 1675. In Essex Inst. II. 256, this name is Knite. DANIEL,
York 1640, perhaps in Ind. war rem. to Lynn, d. 29 Oct. 1672. He may have
been inf. s. of Jacob. EZEKIEL, Salem, if the gr. of ld. 1637, wh. Felt ment.
drew him thither, but most of his days was of Braintree, by w. Elizabeth wh. was
bur. 28 Apr. 1642, had Ezekiel, b. 1 Feb. 1641, d. at 7 mos. EZEKIEL,
Wells 1645, prob. had w. and ch. in early life, and may be the same as the
preced. was commiss. i. e. rep. 1661, at York, much betrust. in public
serv. and aft. 1662 m. Mary, d. of Gov. Theophilus Eaton, wid. of
Valentine Hill of Dover, formerly of Boston; and, next, the wid. of
John Lovering, and she d. bef. 29 June 1675, when he present. a bill