||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
||1641 - 1737
||LAKE - LAKIN
|Volume 3, Page 45
1644, by w. Mary, sis. of Matthew and Richard Coy, had Caleb, b. 27
May, bapt. 1 June 1645, but prob. d. young; and the f. d. 6 Aug. 1677,
leav. wid. Lucy, and gave her some of his est. resid. to John and Mary,
ch. of his br. but ment. no ch. of his own. His will of 4 of the same
mo. as Hammond in his Diary tells, was writ. by Richard Sharp of Boston,
wh. d. the next day, so one day bef. testat. and Lake's wid. d. 13
May foll. JOHN, Boston, perhaps neph. of the preced. d. 1691, unm.
LANCELOT, Boston 1695, a physician, of wh. nothing is kn. but that he
m. 6 May 1708, wid. Catharine Child, and 3 Mar. foll. in his will, pro. 3
Oct. 1715, gave her all his est. He d. 17 Sept. and, I presume, it was
a doubt in the mind of the wid. whether the est. would amount to the
few shillings of expense. His gr.stone was lately found in the cemetery
of King's Chapel. THOMAS, Dorchester, freem. 2 June 1641, d. 27
Oct. 1678; his w. Alice, wh. was ten yrs. older, hav. d. 7 days bef. Oft.
the name was writ. yet prob. not by hims. Like, or Leake. His will,
made aft. d. of his w. names no ch. but gives his prop. to br. Henry,
and equal. to childr: of br. H. exc. that Thomas should have �5 more.
THOMAS, Boston, where he own. lds. bef: his resid. an emin. merch.
came from London to New Haven, there m. Mary, d. of Stephen Goodyear,
the dep.-gov. of that col. had Stephen, b. 13 Feb. 1650; Mary, 27
July 1663, d. in few wks.; Thomas, 9 Feb. 1657; Mary, again, 1 May
1659, d. soon; Edward, 28 June 1661, d. soon; Edward, again, 15 July
1662, d. soon; Ann, 12 Oct. 1663; John, 22 Feb. 1666; Nathaniel, 18
July 1668; Rebecca, 6 July 1670; and Sarah, 14 Sept. 1671. He
purch. 1654, from John Richards, half of Arousick isl. in the Kennebeck,
and many yrs. held a trad. house there, was freem. 1671, selectman, had
large transact. with the Ind. by wh. he was k. 14 or 16 Aug. 1676,
being on a visit. He had made his will dur. a sickness so long bef. as
27 Jan. 1664, from wh. we learn, that he was br. of John, that his w.
had sis. Lydia, and not much more. His est. was large; and his s.
Thomas enjoy. it at London, where he d. 22 May 1711, at the Middle
Temple; and his d. Ann, w. of Rev. John Cotton at Hampton, m. 17
Aug. 1686, next, of Rev. Increase Mather, wh. she surv. d. at Brookline,
29 Mar. 1737. WILLIAM, Salem 1665, a cooper; perhaps s. of
Henry, m. a. Aug. 1661, Ann Stratton, had Ann, b. 1 June 1662, d.
soon; Abigail, 21 Apr. 1667; Mary, 1 Feb. 1669; and William, 12 Mar.
1675; was allow. 1674, to sell beer and cider, as was his wid. Ann in 1681.
Of Mrs. Margaret L. at New London 1646, and many yrs. aft. at Ipswich
[see Geneal. Reg. Vl. 165], much hard labor has been expend. by
Miss Caulkins to learn her derivat. and m. but in vain. She d. says
Felt, 1672, leav. two ds. Hannah, w. of John Gallop; and Martha, w.
of Thomas Harris.
LAKEMAN, WILLIAM, rep. of the Isle of Shoals 1692, says Farmer.
LAKIN, JOHN, Reading, br. prob. younger of William, was driv. from
Groton, I suppose, dur. the Ind. war, but had, by w. Mary, Sarah, b. 4
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