||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Massachusetts, United States
Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
York, York, Maine, United States
||1627 - 1695
||STARKWEATHER - STEARNS
|Volume 4, Page 173
Hon. Ezra s. of Worthington, one of the most valua. men in Hampsh.
ROBERT, Roxbury, had w. Jennet, a mem. of the ch. and ch. Elizabeth bapt.
23 July 1643; Lydia, 23 June 1644,; John 1646; Deborah, 27 Aug.
1648; he sold his est. at R. and rem. to Ipswich 1651, there d. 1674,
and 4 Nov. of that yr. his wid. had admin. By tradit. four other ch. are
ment. but not nam.
STARLING or STERLING, WILLIAM, freem. 1681, liv. at Harverhill
1677, m. Ann, wid. of the sec. John Neal, perhaps as sec. or third w.
and rem. to Lyme.
START, EDWARD, York 1655, in Farmer's MS. by me presum. to be
that freem. of 1652, call. Stirt. he d. 19 May 1671, leav. sev. ch. of
wh. only Thomas is nam. and wid. Willmott, wh. m. William Roanes.
STAWERS. See Stowers.
STEARNS, CHARLES, Watertown, freem. 1646, bot. 1648, est. of
Edward Lamb, by w. Hannah had Samuel, b. 2 June 1650. His w. d.
July 1651, and he m. 22 June 1654, Rebecca, d. of John Gibson of
Cambridge, had Shubael, 20 Sept. 1655; John, 24 Jan. 1657; both at
C. but at W. Issac, Charles, Rebecca, and Martha; soon aft. 1681 was
of Lynn, there d. bef. 1695. His s. Charles d. in the army bef. his f.
Rebecca m. 25 Jan. 1693, Thomas Stearns; and Martha m. a Hutchinson.
ISAAC, Watertown 1630, came prob. with Sir Richard Saltonstall
in the fleet, was adm. freem. 18 May of next yr. tho. he may have been
drawn thither as much by regard for Winthrop, since he was not a dist.
neighb. of the Gov. in their native ld. He was of Neyland, Co. suffk.
where his two eldest ch. were bapt.; Mary, 6 Jan 1627; and Ann, 5
Oct. 1628. Here by w. Mary (tho. Dr. Cogswell in Geneal. Reg. I. 43,
calls Sarah mo. of John) had John, b. perhaps the fist yr.; Isaac, 6
Jan. 1633; Sarah, 22 Sept. 1635; tho. this by Pulsifer in Geneal, Reg.
VII. 159 is giv. careless, as ch. of I. and M. Storie; Samuel, 24 Apr.
1638; Elizabeth and Abigail. He d. 19 June 1671, and his will 14 of
that mo. provides for w. Mary, for ch. of his s. John; for the ch. of his
d. Mary, dec. besides special remem. of Isaac and Mary; for the ch. of
ds. Sarah, Elizabeth and Abigail sever. ment. his kinsman Charles S. and
makes his won s. Isaac, and Samuel excors. His wid. d. 2 Apr. 1677.
Prob. he is the ancest. of near. all of his nam. sev. thousand in number,
in Mass. but sure. Farmer should have qualif. his universality. He
was on the first jury that tr. civ. cause in N. E. when large dams. were
giv. against Endicott for assult on Thomas Dexter in May 1631. His
d. Mary m. 9 July 1646, Isaac Learned, and d. bef. her f. Ann m. 25
Dec. 1650, Henry Freeman; Sarah m. 7 June 1655, deac. Samuel Stone;
Elizabeth m. 13 Aprl. 1664, Samuel Manning; and Abigail m. 27 Apr. 1666,
deac. John Morse. ISAAC, Cambridge, s. of the preced. liv. in that part,
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