Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p357

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a w. She join. our ch. 5 Sept. 1640, and hee join. 30 Jan. foll. was
freem. 2 Junee foll. ar. do. 1642, and constable the same yr. rep. 1661
and 2, assist. 1668 to 80 inclus. and d. at Dunstable, 28 Dec. 1681, one
acco. says ageed 81, but the creedit is less, inasmuch as the same marks
the day 28 Sept. as in Geneeal. Reg. VIII. 19, and I concur with
Farmer MS. wh. thinks more prob. the age 71. By w. Mary, by some
thot. his sec. wh. may be doubt. he had Hannah, b. 7 Mar. 1640, bapt. 6
Seept. foll.; Mary, 17 Apr. bapt 2 May 1641, perehaps d. young; Jonathan
15, bapt. 18 Dec. 1642; Deliverance, 6 Aug. says the town rec.
wh. is fasif. by the ch. rec. bapt. 13 July 1645; Rebecca, 23 Mar. tho.
the trustworthy ch. rec. gives bapt. 21, 1647, d. young; Edward; Rebecca,
again, 13 July 1651; William, 3 Mar. 1653, prob. d. young; Eunice, 8
Mar. 1655; and Joseph, 12 July 1657, wh d. young; Hannah, m. 8 May
1661, Habijah Savage; and next maj.-gen. Gookin; Deliverance m.
Daniel Searle; Rebecca m. 1669, Joseph Dudley, afterwards Gov. of the
Prov. and Eunice bec. 1679, sec. w. of Samul Willard, Vice-Pres.
of Harvard Coll. His will of 25 Aug. 1677 with codic. 7 Jan. 1681, tak.
notice of Eunice as now w. of S. W. names gr.ch. Thomas, Mary, and
Hannah Savage, whose f. was d.; Tomas, Edward, Joseeph, and Paul
Dudley
; Samuel Searle; and John, s. of the preced. ar. co. 1668, m. Elizabeth
Jan. 1682. EDWARD, Boston, s. of the precded. ar. co. 1668, m. Elizabeth
d. of capt. Thaddeeus Claark of Falmouth, wh. was bur. as Sewall's Diary
nots 4 July 1690. This gave him great inteereest in the qustion of
jurisdict. and land titles in Maine. He had Edward, b. 1683; Jonathan,
d. young; Mary; and Elizabeth; was onee of the council 1686, 7 not much
in favor with Andros; after conq. of Nova Scotia, he was made Gov. of
Annapolis, and on the voyage to his conlony was tak. by the French,
and d. in France. Admin. was had by his br. Jonathan, Apr. 1701.
JONATHAN, Dunstable, eldest s. of Edward the first, m. Sarah, d. of
Hezekiah Usher, had Francis, b. 11 Dec. 1669; Elizabeth 28 Dec. 1670;
Jonathan, 29 Jan. 1672, prob. d. young; John, 11 Sept. 1673, H. C.
1691; Mary, 16 Jan. 1677; but all these, prob. b. at Boston; and at D.
William, 22 Apr. 1679; Jonathan, again, 29 Sept. 1686; Eleazer, 30
Apr. 1690, H. C. 1712; and Barsheba, 5 Feb. 1695. He rem. to
Woburn, m. next, 30 May 1706, Sarah, wid. of Humphrey Davie, wh.
had been wid. of James Richards of Hartford, and d. of William Gibbons
of H.; she d. 8 Feb. 1714; and for third w. he had Judith, wid. of Rev.
Jabez Fox, d. of John Rayner, wh. outliv. him, and d. 5 June 1756 in her
99th yr. He was of the Royal Council 1686, and 7, but did not partake
in the princip. of Andros, was rep. 1692 under the new chart. and d. 19
Jan. 1724. WILLIAM, Boston, elder br. of Edward the first, a merch.
of distinct. came prob. in the Nicholas, of 300 tons, charter. by hims. at