||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
||1630 - 1690
||PELHAM - PELTON
|Volume 3, Page 386
ho. rec. says. Possib. both were under care of Saltonstall, wh. with
w. and ch. were in the same sh. See Hutch. Coll. 59. The young lady
unit. with the ch. of Boston, 24 Mar. 1639, and in 1641, m. the Gov.
Bellingham, wh. prevail. on her to give up ano. engagem. as in Winthrop
II. 43, relat.; but of the jilt. man we hear no more. NATHANIEL,
a scholar, H. C. 1651, perhaps s. of William, lost in the voyage to London
of the sh. of James Garrett with fellow passeng. Thomas Mayhew,
John Davis, and Jonathan Ince, other scholars. * WILLIAM, Sudbury,
perhaps br. of John, came in the fleet with Winthrop losing his passage with
the Gov. s. Henry, by going on shore at Cowes, from the Arbella, and
trusting fortune for ano. sh. req. adm. as frem. 19 Oct. 1630, tho. I do not
see evid. of his taking the oath; was capt. of the milit. 1644, selectman 1645
and 6, and rep. 1647, was in Eng. 1652, when Johnson wrote his book.
PELL, JOHN, Fairfield, s. of Rev. Dr. John of London, came in 1670,
to rec. the est. wh. his uncle Thomas left him at F. but no more is kn. of
him. A letter of introd. for him to Gov. Winthrop by his friend William,
Lord Brereton, from London, 23 June 1670, is in my possess. JOSEPH,
Lynn, freem. 14 Mar. 1639, of wh. it seems strange that we kn.
no more, exc. from our Prob. rec. where his inv. 25 Apr. 1650, makes
him butcher of Boston, leav. small prop. with wid. and child. to divide
it. See Geneal. Reg. VII. 234. * THOMAS, New Haven, came from
London in the Hopewell, capt. Bundock, 1635, aged 22, call. in the custom
ho.paper, a tailor, he, of course, sat down somewhere in Mas. but
the town is unkn. Perhaps he went early to Saybrook; in the Pequot
war, 1637, serv. under Mason; and prob. in 3 or 4 yrs. he foll. the attract.
of Gov. Eaton, after 1646 m. the wid. of Francis Brewster, in June
or July 1650 rem. to Fairfield, was made freem. 1662, rep. 1665, d. soon
after the date of his will, 21 Sept. 1669. It gave most of his est. to his
neph. John, s. of his only br. Rev. John of London, D. D. WILLIAM,
Boston 1634, tallow chandler, freem. 6 May 1635, disarm. for his dangerous
opinions, 1637, had Mary, b. 30 June bapt. 14 Sept. 1634, wh.
m. 1 Nov. 1655, Richard George of B.; Nathaniel, bapt. 29 Apr. 1638,
d. in few mos.; Hannah, 7 days old. 20 Dec. 1640; Deborah, 2 June
1644; and perhaps more. He may have taken, as sec. w. Elizabeth wid. of
Nathaniel Heaton. If so, she had third h. John Maynard, and outliv.
PETTLET, OR PELLATE, DANIEL, Concord, perhaps s. of Thomas, was
freem. 1690. THOMAS, Concord m. 5 Mar. 1660, Mary Dane or Deane,
perhaps d. of Thomas, was freem. 1690.
PELTON, JOHN, Boston, very early, had est. describ. in the book of
possns. rem. to Dorchester, his eld. so John was bapt. 2 Mar. 1645.
In his will of 3 jan. 1681, pro. 10 Mar. foll he names w. Susanna. s.
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