||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
||1634 - 1700
||SAVIL, SAVEL, SAVILS or SAVALLS - SAVORY, SAVORIE or SAVARY
|Volume 4, Page 28
Reg. XII. 347, with the bs. in same Vol. 110 and XI. 334, "evident.
the sec. w.'s childr." says Vinton, 298. His wid. m. 5 Sept. 1670,
Thomas Faxon, and d. 1697. WILIAM, Braintree, s. of the preced.
m. 1 Jan. 1680, Deborah, d. of Thomas Faxon the sec. and had sec. w.
Experience, youngest d. of the sec. Edmund Quincy, and d. early in
1700. He serv. in brave capt. Johnson's comp. Dec. 1675, but Geneal.
Reg. VIII. 242, makes him Stable. Only from his will of 31 Jan. pro.
7 Mar. foll. in wh. w. is made extrix. until his eldest s. William should
be of age, do we learn names of other ch. Joseph, Benjamin, Deborah,
and Judith; by wh. w. or when b. respective. is unkn. Yet I venture
to conject. that the last nam. alone was by the Quincy w. wh. outliv. him
six or seven yrs. His brs. Samuel and Benjamin also are ment. in that
SAVORY, SAVORIE or SAVARY, ANTHONY, Dartmouth 1686, then a
townsman, may not be the one by Farmer said to come, 1640, from
Slade, in Devonshire, with Thomas S. Yet no such place was found
by me. But if Thomas be he so unfavo. ment. in our Col. Rec. I. 248,
sub an. 1638 refer. to the Ct. at Ipswich for one offence, and Ib. 297,
sentenc. to be whip. for ano. 1640, and sold as a slave, our ign. may not
be lament. ROBERT, Newbury, m. 8 Dec. 1656, Mary, wid. of William
Mitchell, had Sarah, b. 12 Nov. foll.; William, 15 Sept. 1659;
Samuel, 18 Mar. 1662; Richard, 20 Jan. 1664; and Robert, 8 Aug.
1666. SAMUEL, Plymouth, perhaps s. of Thomas of the same, was aft.
at Rochester, there had Mary, b. 3 Jan. 1678; Judah, 10 Jan. 1680;
Susanna, 19 May 1690; and Samuel, 16 Nov. 1695; perhaps more ch.
THOMAS, Plymouth, was in that serv. under Howland at Kennebeck, in
Apr. 1634, when one of his compan. was k. by Hocking, wh. was forthwith
k. by the Plymouth men. See the evid. in Geneal. Reg. IX. 80,
and full relations by the Govs. Bradford of Plymouth and Winthrop of
Mass. He was, I suppose, of Plymouth in 1643, had Moses, b. 22 Jan.
1650, d. soon; Samuel, 4 June 1651; Jonathan, or Thomas, 4 Mar.
1653, Mary, 7 Apr. 1654; and, perhaps, others. Either he or his s.
Thomas is rememb. in the will of Timothy Hatherley, Sept. 1664.
THOMAS, a passeng. in the Mary and John from London, with William,
perhaps his br. perhaps f. or hav. tak. o. of suprema. and alleg. 24
Mar. 1634, may have sat down first at Ipswich, but on our side of the
sea was of narrower, perhaps, or wider faith than his fellows, and so
driv. to Newport 1639, perhaps next to Sandwich, unless the Plymouth
man had right to that place. THOMAS, Scituate, s. perhaps of Thomas
of Plymouth, was in the employm. of Hatherley, and a doz. yrs. aft.
d. of H. was k. by the Ind. 26 Mar. 1676, as one of the comp. of capt.
Peirce. He was unm. Of WILLIAM, that fellow-passeng. with Thomas
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