||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
||1636 - 1732
||SHRIMPTON - SHUTE
|Volume 4, Page 92
again, 21 Apr. 1674; yet, perhaps, Samuel is the only ch. that liv. long.
He was of ar. co. 1670, and its capt. 1694, one of the Counc. to Andros
1687, but not a partaker in his tyranny; one of the Counc. of Safety
1689, and head of the regim. of Suffk. and d. 9 Feb. 1698, of apoplexy.
What is meant by the statement in Sewalls Diary, that lieut.-gov. Usher
was commit. to prison, 4 Dec. 1694, on the examinat. of col. S. is
uncert. His large est. by will of 5 June 1697, pro. 17 b. foll. pass.
to his s. Samuel, wh. m. 7 May 1696, Elizabeth Richardson, niece of his mo.
had only ch. Elizabeth and d. 1703, insolv.
SHURD, ABRAHAM. See Short.
SHERTLIFF, SHIRTLEY or SHETLE, ABIEL, youngest s. of William
the first, of Plymouth, there m. 14 Jan. 1696, Lydia, d. of Jonathan
Barnes of the same, had James, b. 16 Nov. 1696; Elizabeth 6 Dec. 1698;
Lydia, 28 Feb. 1701; David, 1 June 1703; Hannah, 31 July 1705;
John, 8 Nov. 1707; Benjamin, 11 Apr. 1711; William, 8 Sept. 1713;
Joseph, 22 Jan. 1716; and Abiel, 23 Oct. 1717. He liv. in that part of
the town wh. bec. Plympton, where his w. d. 10 Sept. 1727; and he d.
28 Oct. 1732. THOMAS, Plympton, s. of William the first, tho. some
doubt is felt, whether he were not s. of the sec; m. 21 May 1713,
Sarah Kimball, but it is not kn. what ch. if any, he had, or the time of
his or her d. WILLIAM, Marshfield, had at Plymouth, where he was
apprent. to Thomas Clark, a carpenter, but not, prob. brot. by him, m.
18 Oct. 1655, Elizabeth d. of Thomas, Lettice, had William, b. 1657;
Thomas; and Abiel, in June 1666, the same mo. in wh. the f. was k. by
lightning on 23; and, Miss Thomas instr. us, the s. was b. aft. that event,
but there is reasonab. tradit. that the ch. was b. bef. the d. of his f. His
wid. m. 18 Nov. 1669, Jacob Cooke; and, next, 1 Jan. 1689, Hugh
Cole of Swansey, and she d. 31 Oct. 1693. WILLIAM, Plymouth,
eldest s. of the preced. m. Oct. 1683, Susanna, d. of Barnabas Lothrop
of Barnstable, had Jabez, b. 22 Apr. 1684; Thomas, 16 Mar. 1687;
Jacob, bapt. at B. 11 Aug. 1698; William, 4 Apr. 1689, H. C. 1707,
min. of Portsmouth; Susanna, bapt. 1691; John, b. June 1693; Barnabas,
19 Mar. 1696; Ichabod, 8 Nov. 1697; Elizabeth 28 May 1699;
Mary, 22 Dec. 1700; Sarah, 8 June 1702; Samuel; Abigail; and Nathaniel,
2 Dec. 1707. His w. d. 9 Aug. 1726, and he d. 4 Feb. 1730.
SHUTE, ENOCH, Weymouth 1636. Richard, Milford 1642, perhaps
rem. to Pemaquid bef. 1651; May be the mariner wh. bot. a small lot of
ld. in Boston, June 1670, wh. by w. Elizabeth had William, b. 1 Oct. 1670,
yet. this more prob. appears to be the man wh. d. at B. 2 0ct. 1703; aged
72. The mariner, Richard, in his will of Sept. 1703, pro. 6 Oct.
foll. speaks of his farm at MaldEen, on wh. he had charg. in fav. of his
present w. Catharine, a jointure by the contr. of m. and as by this will
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