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d. Hannah, b. 11 Mar. 1651, among other ch. as in the will of his mo.
designat. but not nam. His own will of 15 Dec. 1705, pro. 29 of next
mo. names w. Ruth, and s. William, 28 Aug. 1654; and Ephraim, 6
June 1656. He is by Baylies mark. as rep. 1673, 4, and 8. Other ch.
were Mary, 7 Apr. 1659; Samuel, 10 Aug. 1662; Josiah; Jirah; Temperance;
Esther; and Dinah. WILLIAM, Sandwich, s. of the preced.
had w. Elizabeth nam. in his will, of 17 June 1700, pro. 12 May foll. as he
d. near five yrs. bef. his f. His ch. were William, Joseph, Benjamin,
Thomas, Josiah, and Ebenezer. Farmer notes, of this name nine had
been gr. at Yale, six at Harv. and eight at other N. E. coll.

    SWILLAWAY or SWILIOWAY, HENRY, Malden, had Hannah, b.
Feb. 1666. Margaret m. 15 Aug. 1687, Robert Smith of Charlestown.

    SWINERTON, SWIMERTON or SWANNERTON, JOB, Salem 1637,
when he had gr. of ld join. the ch. 1639, as did Elizabeth prob. his w. or mo.
was made freem. 6 Sept. of that yr. m. 9 July 1658; Ruth, d. of John
Symonds, had Jasper, b. 4 June foll.; Joseph, 8 Feb. 1661; Elizabeth 26 Feb.
1663; Ruth, 22 Mar. 1665; and Ruth, again, 17 May 1670; and his w. d.
5 days aft. He m. 2 Sept. 1673, Esther Baker. He liv. in Danvers, and d.
11 Apr. 1689. His d. Ruth d. 27 Oct. 1694, and was bur. next day, being
Sunday, when "more attend. the funer. than the sermon." JOB, a serg.
of Salem vill. now Danvers was prob. s. of the preced. and freem. 1690;
in 1686 was 55 yrs. old; and d. 7 Apr. 1700. JOHN, Salem, perhaps
br. of the younger Job, a physician, m. 8 Mar. 1680, Hannah Brown, a
wid. whose former h. is beyond my discov. had Mary, b. 24 Dec. 1681,
d. 6 Jan. 1691, aged 57, leav. wid. Hannah, wh. d. 23 Dec. 1713, aged
71. Felt. JOSEPH, Salem, prob. s. of Job, but whether of the first or of
the sec. of that name is unkn. by w. Mary had Mary, b. 22 Mar. 1693;
Joseph, 1 Dec. 1694; Joanna, and Ruth, tw. 22 Nov. 1696; Sarah, 17
Jan. 1699; and Job, 30 Nov. 1701.

    SWYNDEN or SWINDEN, WILLIAM, Ipswich, came in the Elizabeth
and Ann, 1635, aged 20.

    SYSLIE, THOMAS, a passeng. aged 22, emb. at London in the Susan
and Ellen, for N. E. May 1635, as found by Mr. Drake, Geneal. Reg.
XIV. 309, and had been ment. in 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. VIIl. 259; but
notice is never seen of him aft. and perhaps the name is mistak.

    SYKES, RICHARD, Dorchester 1639, freem. 13 May 1640. See Sikes.

    SYLVESTER. See Silvester.

    SYMMES, JOHN, Scarborough, sw. alleg. to Mass. July 1658. TIMOTHY,
Charlestown, s. of Rev. Zecharaih, m. 10 Dec. 1668, Mary Nichols,
whose f. is not kn. had one ch. b. 6 Sept. 1669, an d. on same day,
and the mo. d. tweelve days aft. He m. 21 Sept. 1671, Elizabeth d. of Capt.
Francis Norton, had Timothy, b. 18 Nov. 1672; Elizabeth 24, bapt. 26 July
1674; and Sarah, 6, bapt 20 Aug. 1676, but why the first was not bapt.
and why the other two were, when neither f. nor mo. appear in the list
of ch. mem. is hard to explain. He d. of smallpox, 4 July 1678, and his
wid. m. 12 Apr. 1688, as his third w. Capt. Ephraim Savage, and d. 13
Apr. 1710. WILLIAM, Charlestown, eldest s. of the Rev. Zechariah,
b. at Dunstable, Co. Bedford, brot. by his f. had by first w. d. Sarah, wh.
m. bef. he got his sec. w. by wh. he had William, b. 7 Jan. 1679;