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H. C. 1712. But other ch. bef. and aft. he had, as he m. 12 Sept. 1677,
Joanna Gardner, and issue were Joann, b. 5 Jan. 1679; Lucy, 16
Sept. 1681; Ann, 126 Oct. 1684; Mary, 3 Feb. 1687; Thomas 9 Jan.
1693; Lucy, again, 3 May 1696; and Gardner, 27 May 1701. SAMUEL,
Stonington, younger ch. of the first Thomas, m. 15 June 1680,
Borrodel, d. of Capt. George Denison, had Samuel, b. 16 June 1683;
Daniel. 4 Nov. 1685; and Ann, 2 July 1688. THOMAS, Stonington,
came from Virginia, whither, in 1635, he had gone from London, at the
age of 20, was one of the orig. proprs. of Hartford, and there resid.
many yrs. for it is thot. that all of his nine ch. were b. at that place; yet
with a traveller's spirit learn. the lang. of the Ind. and so was of prime
import. as an interp. He seems to have shown his ability first in this
kind 1637, when Stoughton, in his advice of Aug. on the first exped.
ment. his serv. Perhaps a. 1658 he sett. at S. with w. Ann, d. of
Thomas Lord the first, by wh. as is inferr. by Miss Caulkins, aft. dilig.
inq. he had Thomas, b. prob. 1639; John, 1641; Hannah; Mary;
Joseph, bapt. 21 Mar. 1647; Daniel, or David; Dorothy, 1652; Robert,
1653; Samuel, and Sarah, a. 1655. Hannah m. 20 Nov. 1662, Nehemiah
Palmer; Mary m. 17 Nov. 1664, tho. in ano. p. Caulkins says
1662, Samuel Rogers; Dorothy m. 11 Sept. 1674, Rev. James Noyes,
and d. 19 Jan. 1742, aged 90; Sarah m. first Thomas Prentice, and
next, Capt. William Denison, and d. 1713, aged 59. He was rep. 1666,
and aft. the chief inhab. active in the founda. of ch. 3 June 1674, and
obtain. ordina. of Rev. Mr. Noyes in Sept. foll. his name being first, and
that of Thomas Jr. sixth, and of addit. to the ch. in 1675, is sec. name
of Mrs. Ann his w. wh. d. 1688. He d. 1678, his will being pro. in
June of that yr. THOMAS, Stonington, eldest s. of the preced. had
shown bef. the rem. of this f. from Hartford such an aptn. for the lang. of
the Ind. as to be desir. 1654, by the Commissnrs. of The Unit. Col. of
N. E. from his f. with younger br. John to be empl. in the pub. serv. by
train. up at Harv. Coll. for interpre. and sev. yrs. the Col. made gr. of
money, and lds. to the f. for the benefit of him and them. See Haz. II.
322. He had by w. Sarah, eldest d. of Capt. George Denison, other ch.
Dorothy, Sarah, Mary, William, and Samuel; tho. instead of William,
one acco. gives Ann; beside Thomas, prob. eldest, wh. d. at age of 18
in 1683; but the f. d. 1718, aged 80.

    STANWOOD or STANINWOOD, JOHN, Gloucester, s. of the first Philip, m.
9 Dec. 1680, Lydia Butler, whose f. is not kn. had John, b. 26 Sept. 1681;
Jonathan; James; and six other ch. and d. 25 Jan. 1706. Babson
thinks two of those s. were set. at Falmouth. JONATHAN, Gloucester,
br. of the preced. prob. youngest, m. 17 Dec. 1688, Mary Nichols, and
had ten ch. of wh. Ebenezer, David, and Nehemiah, are all that Babson