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surgeon, m. Hannah, d. of Gov. Walter Clark, but she was, I presume,
sec. w. for the Friends' rec. of N. show his m. 7 June 1682, with Patience
Malins, wid. of Robert, d. of that Peter Easton, wh. d. on her birth
day, at the age of 35; and Gov. Walter Clarke's d. was than rather too
young. Whether he had ch. by the first w. I kn. not; but by Hannah came
Hannah, b. 9 Sept. 1694; Clark, 29 Sept. 1698; John, 29 July 1701, d.
in few mos.; Samuel, 23 May 1703; Patience, 5 Apr. 1706; and William,
12 Sept. 1708, wh. d. next yr.

    ROE, ANTHONY, Falmouth or Scarbrough 1663-83, of good repute
in 1670, as by the court with ano. he was made conjoint. constable
of both towns. EDWARD, Exeter, sw. alleg. 30 Nov. 1677. ELIAS,
Charlestown, m. 17 July 1656, Rebecca, d. of Robert Long, had John,
bapt. 27 Nov. 1670. He d. 18 Jan. 1687, his w. have d. earlier. HUGH,
Hartford 1661, rem. perhaps to Salem, but, in 1669, is on the freem.
list of Conn. and bef. 1678, was at Suffield, there d. 5 Aug. 1689, and
his w. Abigail d. 3 Sept. foll. He had first liv. at Weymouth, and there
his d. Esther d. 11 July 1655; and his s. Samuel was b. 14 Jan. foll.
wh. d. the yr. bef. his f. and other ch. nam. in his will were Peter, Mary
Denslow, Elizabeth Merrill of Saybrook and Abigail Taylor; gr.ch. Abigail
Kent; and three Warners. JOHN, Charlestown, prob. s. of Elias, by w.
Ruth, had Elias, bapt. 26 Aug. 1688, d. in few days; John, 27 Oct.
1689; and Ruth, 5 Apr. 1691. MARK, York 1666, serv. that yr. on the
gr. jury. PETER, Suffield, s. of Hugh, m. 1689, Sarah, d. of Thomas
Remington, and had sev. ch. RICHARD, Charlestown, br. of Elias, wh.
had admin. of his est. after he perish. Nov. 1666, by casual. at sea.
Sometimes, but rarely, these names are enriched with a w.

    ROGERS, ANDREW, a passeng. from London 1671, in the Arabella, of
wh. no more is heard in our country. DANIEL, Ipswich, s. of Presid.
John, m. Sarah, d. of the first John Appleton, tho. the Apleton mem. p.
16, makes her w. of Samuel R. had Sarah, wh. d. inf.; Sarah, again, b.
27 Apr. 1694, d. soon; Sarah, again, 29 Mary 1695; Margaret, prob. 8
Jan. 1699; Elizabeth; Priscilla; Mary; Daniel, 17 Oct. 1706, H. C. 1725,
the min, of Littleton; John, 16 Sept. 1708; Patience, 4 Sept. 1710;
and Nathaniel, 6 Aug. 1712, d. in few days. He was sch.master, town
clk. and reg. of probate, tho. his handwriting is ill, and he perish. in a
cold snowstorm on Hampton Beach, 1 Dec. 1722. See Geneal. Reg. VI.
70. DAVID, Braintree, had Ruth, b. 3 Jan. 1641; and he d. 24 Sept.
1642. ELEAZER, Milford, was freem. 1669, and the name was perpet.
there to 1713. EZEKIEL, Rowley, first min. there, s. of Richard, a
disting. Purit. divine of Weathersfield, Co. Essex, wh. is assum. by the
author of the mem. of Fam. of Nathaniel, but with slight, or, as I think,
not even slight, support for his assumpt. to be s. of him burned at the
stake 1555
, was bred at Cambridge, where in 1604, he was of Corpus
Christi, when he had his A. B. and of Christ's Coll. in 1608, on rec. his
A. M. came in 1638, with his w. Sarah, d. of John Everard, Citiz. of
London, wh. d. in ten yrs. He had serv. long aft. 1621, with great
reput. and favor Archbp. Matthews, in that parish in Yorksh. whose