||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
||1635 - 1722
||LAMBERTON - LAMSON
|Volume 3, Page 49
tons, "cut out of the ice 3 miles," with Mr. Gregson, the w. of dep.-gov.
Goodyear, and others, wh. was never heard of. Johnson, in his
W. W. P. and Winthrop II. 266, well relate the matter; but Mather,
Magn. I. 25, has prov. the gr. superiority result. from tradit. of a story
told 50 yrs. aft. to the contempo. narrat. By tak. the "dimensions" of
the sh. in the air, Mather's worthy corresp. could make her a. 150 tons.
His readers admit, that benefits of similar measure the ecclesiast. hist.
gain. in his everyday life. He left wid. wh. m. dep. gov. Stephen
Goodyear, and, perhaps, ds. Elizabeth wh. m. 1654, Daniel Sillevant;
Desire, m. 1659, Thomas Cooper, jr. of Springfield; Hannah m. Samuel
Wells; and, next, Col. John Allyn; and Obedience, wh. m. 1676,
Samuel Smith. Yet it is not sure, that these were his ds. and possib.
ano. fam. may have come, for at Jamaica, L. I. was a THOMAS, 1686.
LAMBSHEAD, THOMAS, Marblehead 1666. Felt. Sis. L. was of the
sec. ch. in Boston 1673.
LAMPHEAR. See Landfear.
LAMPREY, LAMPHREY, LAMPER or LAMPRELL, HENRY, Boston
1652, a cooper, by w. Julian had Mary, b. 8 Mar. 1653; and Mary,
again, 19 Mar. 1657; but elder ch. he had, perhaps bef. com. Henry,
Daniel, and Elizabeth He prob. rem. to Hampton, or Exeter, perhaps both
in differ. times, was of gr. jury 1684, when was, also, a David L. there.
In 1678 he, and Benjamin, and Daniel took the o. of alleg. HENRY,
the s. not the f. I suppose, m. 24 July 1686, Elizabeth Mitchell.
LAMSON, BARNABAS, Cambridge 1635, had brot. Joseph, prob. other
ch. perhaps all those nam. in his will, Geneal. Reg. II. 104, wh. distrib.
them to near friends in the ch.: Mary, Sarah, Barnaby, Martha, and
Joseph. He d. bef. 1642. Mary m. Philip Cook; Joseph was of C.
1658. BARNABAS, Salisbury 1652, is thot. to be the s. of the preced.
JOHN, Ipswich, freem. 27 May 1674; if I may venture to assume, that
the name print. in Col. Rec. V. 536, as likewise Mr. Paige's list, Lumpson,
is wrong. Jonathan (Lamson), New Haven; s. of Thomas, was a propr. 1685. JONATHAN, New Haven; s. of Thomas, was a propr.
1685. JOSEPH, Malden, s. perhaps, more prob. gr.s. of the first Barnabas,
serv. in Philip's war, Mar. 1676, then aged 18, under capt.
Turner, on Conn. riv. was freem. 1690; by w. Elizabeth Mitchell, m. 12
Dec. 1679, wh. d. 10 June 1703, had Elizabeth b. 24 Oct. 1680; Joseph, 28
July 1684; John, 15 Apr. 1687; Elizabeth again, 29 Aug. 1689; William,
25 Oct. 1694; Caleb, 12 June 1697; and Hannah, 9 Oct. 1699. He
had sec. w. Hannah, wid. of Thomas Welsh; and a third, Dorothy Mousal,
outliv. him. His will, of 16 July 1722, was produc. 19 Sept. foll. SAMUEL,
Reading, among early sett. was freem. 1677, d. 1692; where Samuel jr. might
be his s. THOMAS, New Haven, d. 1664, in his will names only two ch.
Jonathan, wh. was bapt. 2 Mar. 1645, d. 1686, unm. and Zubah,
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