||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Scarborough, Cumberland, Maine, United States
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
||1632 - 1702
||WARRINER or WARRENER - WASHBURN or WASHBORNE
|Volume 4, Page 429
1676. His wid. m. Joseph Baldwin of Hadley. Eliz. W. wh. m. John
Strong jr. was perhaps his sis. or the name may be wrong. Hannah, his
only d. m. 1 Nov. 1660, Thomas Noble.
WARWICK or WARRICK, HENRY, Saco 1636, had s. John and two ds.
and d. a. 1673. Folsom, 124, tells that commonly the name is writ.
Waddock, but not by the owner; that one d. Joan m. 1658, John Helson;
and the other d. m. John Tenney of Scarborough, thence driv. by
Ind. hostil. with her mo. to Gloucester, by or bef. 1690; and the f. was
an active and useful man. JOHN, Saco, s. of the preced. was one of the
chief men of the place, but rem. to Scarborough.
WASHBURN or WASHBORNE, BENJAMIN, Bridgewater, s. of the sec.
John of the same, one of the many hundreds whose lives were lost,
without renown or benefit, in the expedit. of Sir William Phips against
Quebec. He made his will bef. embark. but left no ch. prob. was not m.
HOPE, Stratford, is among the freem. in 1669, tho. Trumbull in Col.
Rec. II. 522, gives the name without h. Perhaps he was s. of William,
m. Mary, d. of Francis Stiles of Windsor, had Sarah, b. Dec. 1661;
John, May 1666; William, Mar. 1668; Samuel, Mar. 1670; Ephraim,
1673; Mary; and Jane; perhaps the last two at Derby, where he d.
1696. In Nov. of that yr. an agreem. was made for div. the est. by the
wid. and all the ch. exc. Sarah, John, and Ephraim. Mary m. 1694,
John Johnson; William and Samuel were inhabs. at D. 1702-17. William
m. 1696, Hannah Wooster. JAMES, Bridgewater, youngest s. of
John the sec. m. 1693, Mary Bowden. Mitchell indic. the ch. thus;
Mary, b. 1694; Ann, 1696; James, 1698; Edward, 1700; Moses,
1702; Gidon, 1704; Sarah, 1706; Martha, 1709; and Elizabeth 1710.
JOHN, Plymouth 1632, came, I suppose from Evesham, Co. Worcester,
and in 16354, his w. Margaret, aged 49, with ch. John, 14; and Philip,
11, foll. him in the sh. Elizabeth and Ann from London, as by certif. of
the mayor and the min. of E. He was of Duxbury side of the water,
and bec. one of the orig. sett. of Bridgewater, and d. bef. 1670. JOHN,
Bridgewater, s. of the preced. brot. by his mo. 1635, from Evesham in
Co. Worcester, on Shakespear's Avon, at the age of 14 yrs. m. 1645,
Elizabeth d. of Experience Mitchell, had John; Thomas; Joseph; Samuel,
b. a. 1651; Jonathan; Benjamin; Mary, 1661; Elizabeth; Jane; James,
1672; and Sarah. He had prob. liv. at Duxbury some yrs. but rem.
bef. 1670, and mad his will 1686. Mary m. Samuel Kinsley; Elizabeth m.
James Howard, and next Edward Sealey; Jane m. William Orcutt jr.;
and Sarah m. 1697, John Ames. JOHN, Stratford, s. of William, m. 7
June 1655, Mary, d. of Richard Butler, had John, b. 20 Nov. 1657.
He prob. rem. to Hempstead, L. I. JOHN, Bridgewater, s. of the first
John, m. 1679, Rebecca Lapham, prob. d. of Thomas, had Josiah, b.
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