Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p77


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and Thomas, 27 Nov. 1692; rem. to Bristol, bef. 1700, to Branford 1709,
and last to New Haven, there d. 18 Apr. 1726. But if Dodd is right,
p. 148, he had, also, John, and Eliz. aft. Charlestown. THOMAS,
Hartford, br. of Samuel of the same, m. 5 Sept. 1695, Susanna Scott,
had Thomas, b. 2 Apr. 1697; Susanna, 24 Aug. 1698; Violet, 14 May
1700; Ebenezer, 21 Feb. 1702; Daniel, 11 Jan. 1704; Zebulon, 16
0ct. 1705; Rebecca, 16 Mar. 1707; and by sec. w. m. 12 0ct. 1710,
Jane North, had Jane, 20 July 1711; Deborah, 18 Dec. 1713; and
Sarah, 15 May 1717. WILLIAM, Dorehester, a serv. of William
Sumner, order. by Ct. in Apr. to be whip. for steal. from his
master, and in no other instance is the name found in Mass. for the
first quarter of a centur. so that Farmer, in giv. one to ar. co. 1642,
was, no doubt, misled by read. Mr. as abbreviat. for William; but in
Conn. 177 was a WILLIAM, perhaps the thief from Mass. whose w. was
that yr. divorc. for his desertion. Nineteen had been gr. in 1834 at the
N. E. coll. says Farmer, of wh. I find five at Harv. a century and a
half bef.

    SHEPARDSON, DANIEL, Charlestown 1632, a blacksmith, by w. Joanna
had Lydia, bapt. 24 July 1637; Daniel, 14 June 1640; and Joanna, 13
Mar. 1642, wh. m. Nov. 1661, Roger Kennicut; and d. 26 July 1644,
his will of 16th bef. provid. for w. and those three ch. The wid. m.
Thomas Call, and her d. Lydia m. 22 July 1657, his s. Thomas. Our
Gen. Ct. was in the Col. rec. II. 194, appears, had act. for care of the est.
in May 1647. DANIEL, Charlestown, s. of the preced. took o. of fidel.
15 Dec. 1674, m. 11 Apr. 1668, Elizabeth d. of Thomas Call, wid. of Samuel
Tingley of Malden, had Daniel, b. June 1669; John, Jan. 1671,
and Nathaniel, 28 Oct. 1680, perhaps others. The s. Daniel was a
soldier in the fleet to Canada 1690.

    SHEPLEY or SHIPLEY, JOHN, Salem 1637, Felt says had then gr. of
ld. but tells no more. He was in that pt. wh. bec. Wenham, had John,
b. a. 1637; Nathaniel, 1639; and Lydia, a. 1641; and rem. with Fiske,
his min. to Chelmsford, there liv. long. Perhaps his w. in 1644
was Ann.

    SHEPWAY or SHIPWAY, JOHN, Portsmouth, by w. Ann had John b.
26 July, 1662, was one of the petitnrs. to the k. 1683, against his Gov.
Cranfield, constable 1688, and d. 1690, leav. wid. wh. was prob. his sec.
w. and d. of major Frost.

    SHERBURNE, GEORGE, Portsmouth 1650. HENRY, Portsmouth
1632 came in the James, arr. 12 June in 8 wks. from London, m. 13
Nov. 1637, as fam. rec. tells, Rebecca, only d. of Ambrose Gibbons, had
Samuel and Elizabeth tw. b. 4 Aug. 1638; Mary, 20 Nov. 1640 (and fam.
tradit. says these two ds. were bapt. by Rev. Mr. Gibson); Henry, 11