||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
||1637 - 1742
||WALLEN, WALLING or WALINE - WALLEY
|Volume 4, Page 399
1655, may have been br. of the preced. had w. Mary wh. d. 1669, and
prob. by her, s. Thomas, and other ch. d. 19 July 1674. THOMAS,
Providence, perhaps s. of the preced. liv. at P. when to took the o. of
alleg. in May 1682, and thro. the war with Philip. He m. 19 June
1669, Margaret, wid. perhaps of Robert Caldwell.
WALLER, CHRISTOPHER, Salem 1637, tray-maker, had gr. of ld.
1649, rem. to Ipswich, there d. 1676. His will of 17 Oct. pro. 30 Nov.
names w. Margaret, no ch. JOHN, Damariscove, and Monhegin, d.
1670, says our Col. Rec. V. 18, when the Gen. Ct. gave admin. of his
est. JOHN, Lyme, br. of Samuel, m. 28 Dec. 1678, Mary Durin, had
John, b. 10 Nov. 1679. JOSEPH, Boston, by w. Lydia, had Joseph, b. 3
Feb. 1670; rem. to Fairfield, prob. there d. 1672, his inv. 25 Dec. of
that yr. shows very small est. to support wid. and two ch. Joseph and
Lydia. The wid. m. John Davis, wh. rem. to Woodbury. MATTHEW,
Salem 1637, rem. to Providence, there was liv. in 1655 in the list of
freem. and had before been at New London, and liv. there 1667-74.
He had ds. Rebecca, wh. m. Thomas Bolles, as his sec. w. and d. Feb.
1712; and Sarah, wh. in 1699, was unm. SAMUEL, New London. s. of
William of Lyme, d. 1742, very aged, says Caulkins. THOMAS, Boston
1670, a shoemaker, s. of wid. Joan W. wh. m. Francis Croakham, may
have been the same, wh. by w. Martha ahd Thomas, b. 26 July 1667;
and by w. Mary had Mehitable, 18 Feb. 1675; Sarah, 5 Nov. 1676;
and Jane, 23 June 1678. Ano. THOMAS, was of Providence, 1676.
* WILLIAM, Salem 1637, may have had w. Sarah, wh. join. the ch. 1648,
was of Saybrook 1649, br. of Matthew of the same, rep. 1665, the first
Court after union with New Haven, and oft. aft. a lieut. 1671, m. Mary,
only d. of Reynold Marvin, and had John, Samuel, William, propound.
for freem. 1677, and Matthew. He was of Lyme side.
WALLEY, CHRISTOPHER, Concord, freem. 1682, whose name by Paige
is read Walley from the Col. Rec. and by Shurtleff, Walers; so unusual
a patronymic that I doubt the skillfulness of the clk. JOHN, Boston,
mariner, freem. May 1673, adm. the same day with John W. the merch.
and what is perculiar. vexatious, for a series of yrs. ea. had w. Elizabeth and
one or two ch. with same bapt. names; so that the confus. seems inextricab.
Prob. he had sec. w. Sarah, and by her Hannah, b. 23 July
1680, and by third w. Elizabeth had possib. some ch. certain, Sarah, 27 Apr.
1695. But the first w. m. 3 Apr. 1661, was Elizabeth d. of Robert Wing,
wh. brot. him John, 27 Aug. 1662; Elizabeth 8 May 1665; Elizabeth again, 28
July 1667; Samuel, 1 Feb. 1671; Thomas, 26 Feb. 1673; and after
many hours devot. at var. times to his name, I acknowledge little confdence
and less satisfact. JOHN, Boston, s. of Rev. Thomas of London,
b. in Eng. and came bef. his f. by w. prob. nam. Sarah had Sarah,
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