||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
York, York, Maine, United States
||1641 - 1706
||STENT - STEPNEY
|Volume 4, Page 182
Jan. 1682; Elnathan, d. very soon; Joseph, 27 Sept. 1691; Mehitable,
again, 14 Sept. 1699; and Hannah, wh. may have been bef. or aft. Elnathan.
He was sev. yrs. Clk. of the Ho. of Reps. of the Col. and d. Feb.
1706. His will of 9 Apr. preced. with codic. of 4 Feb. names w. Elizabeth
Samuel, Eleazer, and Joseph, ds. Dorothy Barnes, Elizabeth Tyler, and d.
STEPHENS. See Stevens.
STEPHENSON, ANDREW, Cambridge, brot. from Eng. w. Jane, and d.
Deborah, a six yrs. old. wh. m. Robert Wilson of Sudbury; and had
here Sarah; Rebecca; John, b. 29 Dec. 1644; Mary; Lydia, 2 Aug.
1648; Andrew; and Hannah. BARTHOLOMEW, Dover, s. of Thomas
of the same, m. 10 Oct. 1680 Mary Clark, had Mary, b. 21 Sept. 1681;
Bartholomew, 30 June 1683; Joseph, 13 Sept. 1686; Elizabeth 8 Dec.
1688; Thomas, 28 Dec. 1691; Sarah, 21 May 1695; Abraham, 8
Nov. 1700; and Deborah, 11 Apr. 1709; and he was k. by the Ind. 8
May aft. JOHN, Boston, shoemaker, by w. Sarah had Onesimus, b. 26
Dec. 1643, bapt. 24 Mar. foll. this ch. Farmer had giv. to Henry Stephens,
prob. by the error of his transcriber, but from F. Dearborn had
tak. the mistake into the valuab. list of inhabs. of B. for first 26 yrs.
that is found in his Boston Notions, 42-65; John, bapt. 28 Sept. 1645,
a. 5 days old; Joseph, wh. d. 10 Sept. 1652; James, 1 Oct. 1653; and
Sarah, 6 Feb. 1656. His wid. m. 4 July 1659, Rev. William Blaxton,
and his s. John went with his mo. to the farm of her h. on Blackstone
riv. there had pt. of Blaxton's domain asign. to him by the Plymouth
Ct.and d. 16 Sept. 1695. Daggett. MARMADUKE, Boston 1659, a
Quaker, call. to prophesy, he said, in 1656, froom Yorksh. compan. with
William Robinson in suffering, wh. as well as S. was little above 20
yrs. old., when convict. of the offence, sentenc. to d. 20 Oct. of that yr.
and execut. 27; on wh. sad delus. of our judges wh. thot. they "were
doing God serv." John Hull, in his Diary, remarks: "most of the
godly have cause to rejoice, and bless the Lord, that strengthens our
magistrates and disputies to bear witness against such blasphemies."
See., also, Hutch. I. 199. THOMAS, Dover bef. 1641, had Margaret, wh.
m. bef. 1663, William Williams; Thomas, 1654; Joseph; and Bartholomew,
bef. ment. perhaps first b. Mary, m. 5 Apr. 1667, Enoch Hutchings;
d. 7 Dec. 1663, his w. Margaret hav. d. eleven days bef. THOMAS,
Newtown, L. I. 1655, sec. nam. in the patent 1686, in wh. yr. appear
Edward and Jonathan, also freeholders, perhaps his s. as may have been
John, of the same place in 1666. His d. Abigail m. Daniel Whitehead.
Easily this name appears as Stevenson.
STEPNEY, FRANCIS, Boston 1685, a dancing-master, forbit. to exercise
his skill, of wh. Judge Sewall had pleasure in writ. that "he
ran away for debt." 28 July 1686.
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