||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
||1622 - 1703
||VENTRIS, VENTERUS or VENETROOS - VERIN, VEREN or VERING
|Volume 4, Page 370
VENTRIS, VENTERUS or VENETROOS, MOSES, Farmington, freem.
1651, m. 14 Jan. 1647, Mary Graves, d. perhaps of Thomas, perhaps of
George, had Sarah, b. a. 1649; and Grace, a. 1652, both bapt. July
1653; Moses, bapt. 18 Feb. 1655; and Mary, 21 Feb. 1657; and he d.
a. 1697, his inv. being of 12 Apr. in that yr. tho. his will is of 1693.
Sarah m. John Brownson; Grace m. Smuel Blakesley; and Moses and
Mary d. unm. WILLIAM, Farmington, may have been br. of the preced.
freem. 1654, or 1657, liv. at Haddam 1669, was serg. in 1675, had
Mary, b. 20 Oct. 1654; William, 28 Jan. 1656; John, 8 Dec. 1657;
Moses, bapt. 17 Nov. 1661; and Susanna, of wh. perhaps the first two
d. young. He d. 2 July 1701, aged 78, in his will of Mar. 1700, names
w. Eliz. wh. was not his first w. and ch. John, Moses, and Susanna
Brainard, perhaps w. of sec. Daniel.
VERDEN, JOHN, Marblehead, m. 2 Dec. 1669, a Masters, whether
wid. or maid. is unkn. had Mary, b. 14 Nov. 1672; John, 5 Feb. 1674;
and Elizabeth 10 July 1675.
VERE, VEARE or VIERVIER, EDWARD, Wethersfield 1640, d. 1645, in his
will of 19 July of that yr. names no relat. had little to give.
VERGOOSE, ISAAC, Boston, 1662, s. of Peter, by w. Mary, d. of Jonathan
Balstone, had Isaac, b. 5 May 1669, d. soon; Jonathan 25 July 1670;
Mary, 22 May 1672; Susanna, 3 May 1674, d. young; Peter, 17 Feb.
1678; John, 26 July 1682; Prudence, 21 Apr. 1684; Susanna, again,
5 May 1686, d. soon; Hannah, 8 Mar. 1688; Lydia, 19 May 1690.
His w. d. that yr. aged 42, and hee m. 5 July 1696, d. soon; Isaac; Ann, a.
d. of William of Charlestown, had Elizabeth b. 5 July 1692, Elizabeth Foster, perhaps
Elizabeth again, 27 May 1694; Ann, 1 July 1696, d. soon; Isaac; Ann, a.
1703; and Peter, 7 July 1708; and d. 29 Nov. 1710, aged 73. His
will of 9 May preced. takes notice of 3 ch. by his former w. viz. John,
Prudence, and Hannah, and gr.ch. Mary Boyce, and the 4 ch. by the
present w. made Extrix. This is the same name with Goose, and sometimes
is Vertigoose. PETER, Boston 1659, is the same as Fergoose, had
Isaac, the preced. b. prob. in some other place, perhaps at or near Norwich
in Co. Norfk, and very likely to be younger than Peter (left at
home, wh. never came that is kn. or at least was there resid. when his
mo. made her will) and Susanna; and he d. a. Dec. 1667. His wid.
Susanna was admx. and liv. may yrs.; in her will of 23 Dec. 1681, pro.
29 Jan. 1685, names her s. Peter in Eng. d. Susanna Rainsford, w. of
John, and then recently dec. give to her eldest ch. Elizabeth £20, and to
John, Mary Shute, Susanna, Edward, Hannah, and Nathan, ea. £5;
and the same sum to Jonathan, Mary, Isaac, and unb. ch. of Mary, her s.
VERIN, VEREN or VERING, HILLIARD or HILLYER, Salem, s. of
Philip, bapt. at Salisbury, Eng. 3 Mar. 1622, came prob. with his f. 1635,
m. 12 Apr. 1641, Mary Conant, niece of Roger, but whose d. is unkn.
had Mary, b. 15 Feb. 1642, and Deliverancee, 23 Feb. 1645, both bapt.
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