||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Bristol, Bristol, Rhode Island, United States
Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Massachusetts, United States
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
||1650 - 1701
||ROUS, ROUSE or ROWSE - ROWE
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whom bitter railing and false report were raised out of the circumstances.
See the official papers in 2 Mass. Hist. Coll. VII. 240; Hutch. II.
1654-162; and the wonderful letters of Increase and Cotton Mather to
D. with his reply in 1 Mass. Hist. Coll. III. 126-137. Sewall relates
in his Diary, that his min. the famous Ebenezer Pemberton, wh. we may
suspect that the parishioner had favored with a perusal, said to him, that
"if he were Gov. he would humble Cotton Mather, tho. it cost him his
head." In our whole Provinc. hist. nothing is more curious than the
outery a. trad. with the enemy at this time, and the results, partly cruel,
ROWDEN, JOHN, Salem 1652-68, m. aft. Aug. 1676, the wid. of Richard
Hammond, k. at that time, with Capt. Lake, by the Ind. at Kennebeck.
See petitn. of his w. to Sir Edmund Andros, for redress in the
destruct. of the prop. by Major Waldron. 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. VII. 181.
ROWE, HUGH, Gloucester, s. of John, m. 10 June 1667, Rachel
Langdon, had Rachel, b. 10 Nov. 1668; Ruth, 26 Jan. 1671; and Mary.
5 Feb. 1674. His w. d. 7 of next mo. and he m. 10 Sept. foll. Mary, d.
of Thomas Prince, had next yr. Margaret, wh. d. soon; Abigail, 19 Dec.
1677; and ano. d. beside Joseph; Benjamin; Abraham, 26 Apr. 1689;
Isaac; and Jacob. JOHN, Duxbury, early took o. of fidel, says Winsor;
but when was early is not told, nor any thing else. I suspect the name
means Rowse. JOHN, Gloucester 1651, d. 9 Mar. 1662; in his will of
15 Oct. 1661, pro. 24 June foll. names w. Bridget, and s. John, and
Hugh, the latter call. 20 yrs. old in 1665. The wid. m. 14 Nov.
1662, William Colman, outliv. him a fortnight, d. 2 May 1640. JOHN,
Gloucester, elder br. of Hugh, freem. 1673, m. 27 Sept. 1663, Mary
Dickinson, d. perhaps of Philemon, had John, b. Apr. 1665; James,
25 Dec. 1666; Thomas, 26 Nov. 1668; Mary, 11 Feb. 1671; Elizabeth,
21 May 1673; Stephen, 26 Sept. 1675; Samuel, 26 Mar. 1678; Ebenezer,
19 Aug. 1680; and Andrew, 1683, wh. d. at 17 yrs. His w. d.
1701, by wh. he had four more ch. of wh. only Rebecca outliv. youth.
The f. d. 25 Sept. 1700. JOHN, New Haven, s. of Matthew, m. 14 July
1680, Abigail, d. of Joseph Alsop, had John, b. 23 Oct. 1681; Matthew,
14 Feb. 1684; Stephen, 1 July 1687; Abigail, 13 Aug. 1689; Hannah,
11 Feb. 1691; and Sarah, 15 Oct. 1700. MATTHEW, New Haven, had
Elizabeth b. 10 Aug. 1650; Daniel, 4 Jan. 1652; both d. young; John, 30 Apr.
1654; Hannah, Aug. 1656; Joseph, 20 Feb. 1659; both d,. young; and
Stephen 28 Aug. but ano. acco. says 6 June 1660; and d. 27 May 1662.
MOSES, Boston, d. Jan. 1663, prob. unm. NICHOLAS, Portsmouth 1640,
had w. Elizabeth RICHARD, Dover, 1650, had Thomas; Edward; and Jane, wh.
m. John Dame. THOMAS, Hampton, 1678. Prob. some of his name may
be spell. Roe, and oft. Row. A goodman R. at Bristol. 1689, had ten ch.
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