Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p671

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June 1703; and Jennet, 22 May 1708. ROWLAND, York, freem. 1652,
sw. alleg. 22 Mar. 1681, may have been f. or rather gr.f. of the Rowland,
a boy, prisoner in Canada, 1695, wh. is call. of Dover. THOMAS,
perhaps of Warwick, m.Elizabeth d. of Richard Harcutt of W. but he may
have come from L. I. or at least went thither. THOMAS, Scituate, s. of
George, m. Sarah, eldest d. of Peregrine White, wh. long outliv. him,
and d. 9 Aug. 1755, aged almost 92 yrs. had George, b. 1689; Joseph,
1692, d. young; Sarah, 1695; Thomas, 1698, d. young; Thomas, again,
1700; Joseph, again, 1701; Ebenezer, 1703; Joshua, 1704; and Isaac,
1706; and d. 25 Dec. 1732. See Boston Newsletter of 29 Aug. 1755.
One Thomas I find of New Hampsh. among the petnrs. in Feb. 1690,
for protect. of Mass. Farmer counts the gr. of this name at Harv. five,
Yale, four, and other N. E. coll. four up to 1834.

    YOUNGLOVE, JAMES, Brookfield, d. without fam. and his br. John had
admin. on his est. ret. inv. 13 Jan. 1667. JOHN, Hadley, perhaps s. of
Samuel of Ipswich, was appoint. as appears by Col. Rec. IV. part 2d in
1667, with John Pynchon of Springfield, a Comtee. for Quaboag, aft.
nam. Brookfield, freem. 1676, with prefix of respect, as he had preach.
there a yr. or two, with no great satisfact. sch.-master at H. six or seven
yrs. and was a preach. at the settlem. of Suffield 1681, in that Co. and
there met no better accept. than at B. d. 1690, leav. wid. Sarah and ch.
four s. and three ds. John; Samuel, b. 10 Feb. 1677, at H.; James;
Joseph, 6 Nov. 1682, at S.; Mary, w. of Thomas Smith; Hannah, wh.
bec. 1695, w. of George Norton; and Lydia, wh. m. 1693, George
Granger. But he had also Sarah, wh. m. 1682, John Taylor, and d.
next yr. with new b. ch. Prob. he was never ord. and when the Court
advis. him to cease preach. it may derogate nothing from his moral
worth, for as my correspond. says, "he may have had an unhppy temper,
but it is not unlikely that the temp. of the people was worse than
his." The wid. d. 17 Jan. 1711. SAMUEL, Ipswich, came in the Hopewell,
Capt. Babb, in the autumn of 1635, aged 30; with w. Margaret,
28; and Samuel, 1 yr.; prob. had other ch. aft. arr. perhaps James;
certain. Joseph; and d. in 1668, then call. 62 yrs. old. as Coffin gives it
in Geneal. Reg. VIII. 169, with the name of Simon. SAMUEL, Ipswich,
s. of the preced. b. in Eng. wheelwright, was adm. freem. 1671,
m. 1 Aug. 1660, Sarah Kinsman, had Sarah, b. 5 Feb. 1663; Samuel,
30 Oct. 1665, d. soon; Mary, 17 Mar. 1668; Samuel, again, 27 July
perhaps for the yr. is indistinct) 1671; Mercy, 25 May 1676; and
John, 29 Aug. 1677. On his est. admin. was gr. 23 Jan. 1707, when
the wid. was call. Mary, and she soon aft. sold to the same John her
share of the prop. Sarah m. 20 June 1684, John Shatswell.

    YOUNGMAN, FRANCIS, Roxbury, m. 2 Dec. 1685, Ann, wid. of the