||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Rhode Island, United States
Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
York, York, Maine, United States
||1640 - 1745
||RANDALL - RANNEY
|Volume 3, Page 507
match. He left no male descend. THOMAS, Marblehead, fisherman, m.
bef. Feb. 1665, Sarah, d. of John Langdon of Boston, d. soon, for his
inv. was tak. 20 Nov. 1667. THOMAS, Weymouth, s. of Robert, freem.
1691, by w. Hannah had Deborah, b. 2 Sept. 1683. WILLIAM, Scituate
1640, had liv. perhaps in 1636 at R. I. certain. in 1637 at Marshfield,
bef. m. and aft. had Sarah, b. 1640.; Joseph, Mar. 1642; Hannah,
Mar. 1644; William, Dec. 1647; John, Apr. 1650; Elizabeth Oct. 1652;
Job, 8 Feb. 1655; Benjamin, 1656; and Isaac, 1658. To his. w. Elizabeth
by will of Michael Barstow of Watertown, in June 1674, was giv.
good legacy. WILLIAM, Newbury, by w. Elizabeth wh. Coffin says he m. 2
Oct. 14, had Elizabeth b. 13 May 1650; William, 2 Mar. 1653; John, 3
Mar. 1655; Mary, 26 Mar. 1656; and Hannah, 7 Jan. 1659. WILLIAM,
Newbury, s. of the preced. by w. Rebecca, had Enoch, b. Dec.
1676; and his w. d. 18 Feb. foll. WILLIAM, Westfield, perhaps s. of
William of Scituate, by w. Mary had chidr. bef. going thither, of wh.
only Mary is kn. but prob. ano. was William, and there had John, b. 17
June 1682; Abigail, 26 July 1684; Hannah, 23 Nov. 1686; and Elizabeth
8 Apr. 1689, d. next yr. at Enfield, whither here. In Mar. 1691, his
d. Mary was charg. with witchcr. but the murderous spirit was rebuked
by the judges considerate. adm. her f. to be surety. One of
the early purch. at Taunton was a wid. R. but of wh. she had been w.
is not kn.
RANDOLPH, EDWARD, Boston, call. "the evil genius of N. E." from
1676, engag. in the project of overturning the rights secured by the
Charter, and after its extinct. in 1684, employ. with Sir E. Andros, and
the instrum. of tyranny until the glorious revo. 1689, when he,with
the rest, was imprison. in few wks. aft. rejoiced to be sent home; and it is
said that he d. in the W. I. See Eliot's Biog. Dict.; Hutch. 1. 319;
and Chalmer's Pol. Ann. 491.
RANGER, EDWARD, Boston, a stationer, or as Thomas II. 411, calls
him, binder, by first w. Sarah, had Prudence, b. 5 Nov. 1672; John, 16
Apr. 1674; and by w. Mary d. Samuel, 29 Mar. 1681; and Sarah, 15
Sept. 1692; was freem. 1671.
RANKIN, ANDREW, York, d. bef. 1678, leav. five ch. and wid. Martha,
wh. m. Philip Frost. JOHN, Roxbury 1653, a serv. of Gov. Thomas
RANNEY, EBENEZER, Middletown, youngest s. of Thomas the first, m.
4 Aug. 1698, Sarah Warner, perhaps d. of Robert of the same. JOHN,
Middletown, br. of the preced. m. 1693, Hannah Turner. JOSEPH,
Middletown, br. of the preced. m. 1693, Mary, prob. d. of Comfort Star
of the same, and d. 2 Mar. 1745. THOMAS, Middletown, from Scotland,
says Field, 33, m. May 1659, Mary Hubbard, d. of George, and
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