||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
||1634 - 1725
||PEASE - PECK
|Volume 3, Page 380
and deriding of her, and other ill carriage." See Col. Rec. I. 155. Ano. JOHN
of Salem m. 30 Jan. 1677, Margaret Adams, had John, b. 22 Apr. 1678.
JOHN, Norwich, was complain. of 1672, for liv. alone, not going to ch.
ROBERT, Salem, br. of John the first, came in the same sh. 1634, aged
27, by the custom h. list, wh. gives the same age to his br. of wh. therefore
we may doubt one; and to me it seems prob. that this was the
elder. he join. t the ch. 1643, and 15 Oct. had bapt. his ch. Nathaniel,
Sarah, and Mary, was liv. in 1655, being keeper of the cattle, 100 cows,
in one part of the town. Felt, I. 278. NATHANIEL, Salem, s. of the preced.
m. 15 Mar. 1667, Mary Hobbs, and no more is kn. ROBERT, Salem perhaps
s. of sec. John, m. 16 Dec. 1678, Abigail Randall, had William, b. 26 Sept.
foll. and Mary, 11 Mar. 1681. He or an earlier ROBERT of S. s. of the first
John, by w. Sarah had Bethia, b. 11 June 1660, wh. d. young; Deliverance,
6 Dec. 1664; Mary, 15 Feb. 1667; Robert, 25 Mar. 1669, prob. d. soon;
Robert, again, 30 Nov. 1671; Bethia, again, 18 Jan. 1674; and Nathaniel, 28
Feb. 1678. This Robert, with w. Sarah, was charg. with witchcraft in 1692, and
Mary P. also, who plead, guilt of the nonsense. SAMUEL. Boston, had command
of a vessel, fitted out to pursue a pirate, and in the vineyard sound
succeed. in make. her his prize, tho. mortal. wound. 4 oct. 1689, in the
conflict. See the acco. by Benjamin Gallop and others. Genealog.
Reg. II. 393.
PEASLEE, JOSEPH, Newbury 1641, freem. 22 June 1642, beside ch.
brot. prob. from Eng. of wh. Jane wh. m. 10 Dec. 1646, John Davis, was
one, had Sarah, b. 20 Sept. 1642; Joseph, 9 Sept. 1646; and Elizabeth rem.
to Haverhill and Salisbury; at one time was the gifted br. in lieu of a
min. to the ch. at Amesbury; d. 3 Nov. 1661; in his will of 11 Nov.
preced. names w. Mary, and ch. Mary, beside those three, and gr.d.
Sarah. Mary m. Joseph Whittier of H. In Geneal, Reg. VIII. 161,
date of his d. is 3 Dec. 1660. His d. Sarah, m. 12 Apr. 1664, Thomas
Barnard jr. JOSEPH, Haverhill 1677, s. of the preced. a physician,
m. Ruth Barnard, had Nathaniel, b. 25 June 1682; and Ruth; perhaps
PEAT, JOHN, a husbandman from Duffill parish in Co. Derby, came in
the Hopewell, capt. Bundock, from London, 1635, aged 38; but where
he sett. is unkn. unless he was of Stratford, and there d. early in 1678,
leav. w. Sarah, and ch. Samuel, John, Joseph, Sarah, Elizabeth and Jane.
At S. 19 Feb. 1691, Elizabeth Peat m. Andrew Patterson, a refugee from
tyranny in Scotland five yrs. bef.
PECK, BENJAMIN, New Haven 1686, s. of Henry, m. 29 Mar. 1670,
Mary, d. of Richard Sperry of the same, had Benjamin, b. 4 Jan. foll.; Mary,
23 Sept. 1672; John; Joseph, 26 Feb. 1676; Esther, 1679; Lydia; Ebenezer, 5
Jan. 1684; Desire, 26 Aug. 1687; and Mehitable, bapt. 1689; was a propr. 1685,
CALEB, Greenwich, sec. s. of Rev. Jeremiah, rem. a 1700 to Concord,
Mass. there d. 10 Mar. 1725, without ch. prob. never m. ELEAZER,
Wallingford 1670, s. of Henry of New Haven, m. 31 Oct. 1671, Mary,
d. of William Bunnell but whether he had ch. is unkn. HENRY, New
Haven, by w. Joan had Eleazer, b. prob. 10 Mar. 1644, d. soon;
Joseph, and Benjamin, tw. 5 Sept. 1647; Eleazer, again; and Elizabeth b.
6, bapt. 24 Mar. 1650, wh. m. 2 Dec. 1672, John Hotchkiss. He d.
soon, for his will was made 30 Oct 1651, and his inv. is found next mo.
The prop. was giv. to w. and four ch. of
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