||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Massachusetts, United States
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
||1659 - 1727
||SIBLEY, SEBLEY or SYBLEY - SIGOURNEY, SIGOURNAY, SEGOURNE or SIGOURNIE
|Volume 4, Page 94
Dover, had Joseph, b. 9 Nov. 1684; John, 18 Sept. 1687; Jonathan, 1
May 1690; Hannah, bapt. May 1693; Samuel, 1697; William, 7 Apr.
1700; and Benjamin, 19 Sept. 1703. RICHARD, Salem, 1656, by w.
Hannah had Samuel, b. 10 Mar. 1659; Hannah, 20 Sept. 1661; Sarah,
20 Dec. 1663; Damaris, 26 Aug. 1666; John, Apr. 1669; Mary, 25
Jan. 1672; and Elizabeth He was a traymaker, and d. early in 1676, his
inv. being of 30 June, when all the ch. and w. were liv. SAMUEL,
Salem, s. of the first John, by w. Mary had Samuel, b. 7 Jan. 1687;
Mary; Benjamin; William; Rebecca; and Lydia. He liv. in that
unhappy village where the Rev. Mr. , in his ch. re3c. says; liis w.
raised the devil, by advis. John, an Ind. (wh. with w. Tituba, were, I
suppose, slaves of Paris) how to make a cake. See Mass. Hist. Coll.
III. 170; also copious and curious ch. rec. a. sis. Sibly's confess.
Geneal. Reg. XI. 133. We may rejoice in read. Felt, II. 476, how
easily she got off, by confess. of her innocence in the folly. SAMUEL,
Salem, prob. eldest s. of Richard, m. 13 Sept. 1695, Sarah Wells, had
Hannah, b. 17 May 1696; Richard, Jan. 1698; Sarah, 27 Mar. 1699;
Jonathan, 25 Nov. 1701; Samuel, July 1704, d. soon; and Samuel,
again, 5 May 1705; was k. by the Ind. 29 Aug. 1708, in their assault on
Haverhill. WILLIAM, Salem s. of John the first, m. 1 Nov. 1676, wid.
Ruth Small, had Ruth, John, Joseph, Nathaniel, and Rachel.
SICKLERDAM, JOHN, Boston, a pirate, tak. in the sound, Oct. 1689.
In Geneal. Reg. II. 393, a full acco. is giv. tho. the command. capt.
Pease, was k. in the fight. We may not fear to call him a trans. person,
perhaps a Dutch mariner, looking out for any serv. to favor the Prince
of Orange; but he execut. for not find. better employm.
SIDALL, FRANCIS, is the name print. as one of the soldiers in
Moseley's comp. Dec. 1675 but I suppose it a mispell.
SIGOURNEY, SIGOURNAY, SEGOURNE or SIGOURNIE, ANDREW, Boston,
came prob. in 1686, from devotion to the cause of relig. truth, as
one of the noble Huguenot confessors, bring. s. Andrew, d. Susanna,
perhaps other ch. Their first settlem. was at Oxford, whence aft. 7 or 8
yrs. with most of the other French emigr. he came to B. but aft. the
peril of Ind. invasion pass. away shortly, once more he tried the country
resid. I think prob. for few yrs. but d. at B. 16 Apr. 1727, aged 88,
acc. gr.st. Susanna m. John Johnson, wh. with three ch. was k. by the
Ind. 1696, at Oxford, and she m. 8 Apr. 1700, her cous. Daniel
Johonnot of Boston. ANDREW, Boston, s. of the preced. brot. from
France, in youth, by his f. m. Mary Germaine, also a native of France,
had Andrew, b. 30 Jan. 1702; Susanna, 27 Dec. 1704 Peter, 1 Mar.
1707, not 6, as the fam. geneal. gives it; Mary, 1 Aug. 1709; Charles,
27 Apr. 1711, wh. d. unm. at 40 yrs.; Anthony, 17 Aug. 1713; Daniel,
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