||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
||1636 - 1736
||WELLINGTON or WILLINGTON - WELLMAN
|Volume 4, Page 481
and gr.ch. of his sis. Mary. PALGRAVE, Watertown, youngest s. of
Roger of the same, m. 29 Jan. 1690, Sarah, d. of William Bond, wh.
bore him no ch. but d. young. He was a physician, made freem. 1690,
the same day with his f. and d. 22 Oct. 1715, by his will of 26 Apr.
preced. gave some personal prop. to Sarah Bond, a niece of his w. and
most of his est. to John Maddock, gr.ch. of his sis. Mary. ROGER,
Watertown, ancestor, as is usual. said, of all bear. this name, is first
heard of 1636; but in what ship he came, or form what pt. of Eng. is
unkn. m. a. 1637, Mary, eldest d. of Dr. Richard Palgrave of Charlestown,
had John, b. 25 July 1638; Mary, 10 Feb. 1641; Joseph, 9 Oct.
1643; Benjamin; Oliver, 23 Nov. 1648; Plagrave, 1653; was selectman
1678, and oft. aft. until 1691, yet not made freem. bef. 1690; had
good est. and in his will 17 Dec. 1697, names all the s. but not w. wh.
was, no doubt, dec. nor ds. whose ch. John Maddock, and Mary Livermore,
are ment. He d. 11 Mar. foll. Mary, his only kn. d. m. 21
May 1662, Henry Maddock, and next, 16 Sept. 1679, John Collidge,
and their d. Mary had m. Daniel Livermore few mos. bef. the will of
gr.f. Nine of this name are gr. at Harv. and one at Yale.
WELLMAN, ABRAHAM, Lynn, s. of Thomas of the same, m. Elizabeth d.
of John Cogswell of Ipswich, wh. d. 10 May 1736, hav. sev. yrs. been
under guardian, had Thomas, b. 11 Oct. 1669; Elizabeth 16 Feb. 1671,
d. at 2 yrs.; Abraham, 25 Nov. 1673; John, 3 May 1676; and Elizabeth
again, 25 July 1678; Abigail; Mary; and Martha. His will of 15
Mar. 1716, provides for wid. Elizabeth and the liv. ch. ISAAC, Lynn, br. of
the preced. m. 13 Mar. 1679, Hannah Adams, had Isaac, b. 7 Feb.
1680, d. young; and Stephen, 6 Sept. 1681; Isaac, again; and he was
liv. late in 1723, but his w. d. aft. 1711, and bef. her h. STEPHEN, a
soldier of "the flower of Essex," cut off by the Ind. 18 Sept. 1675, at
Deerfield, was perhaps br. of the preced. THOMAS, Lynn 1640, d. 10
Oct. 1672. His w. was Elizabeth and in his will she provid. for; and the
childr. most of them under age, were Abraham, perhaps b. 1643; Isaac;
Elizabeth; Sarah; and Mary. WILLIAM, Gloucester 1649, m. that yr. Eliz.
d. of William Spencer, had Mary, b. 1650; Martha, 1652; Benjamin,
1654, d. young; Eliz 1657; William, 1661; at New London was
freem. of Conn. 1658, soon aft. 1663 rem. had Sarah, 16 Oct. 1665;
and Samuel, 19 Jan. 1668; wh. both d. young; and perhaps Rachel,
aft. 1669, while liv. at Killingworth; there d. 9 Aug. 1671. His will of
14 Mar. 1669 was reject. by the Ct. His wid. m. 23 May 1672, Jacob
Joy. By order of Ct. distrib. of est. was to wid. three s. and four ds.
May 1673. Mary m. Jan. 1667, Thomas Howard of Norwich, and
next, Aug. 1677, William Moore; and aft. Jan. 1673 his d. Martha bec.
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