||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
||1648 - 1740
||GOVE or GOAVE - GOWING or GOWEN
|Volume 2, Page 288
assemb. of N. H. 1680, raised insurrect. 1682 against the royal gov.
Cranfield; but being insane or drunk, perhaps both, and unsupport. by
other patriots, was tak. convict. of treason, sentenc. to d. and ship. from
Boston to London, where he was kept in gaol some yrs. At last he was let
off, being, not of suffic. import. to suffer for so dignified an offence,
and his est. restor. Full story of this folly is in Belkn. I. 98-100, and
briefer in Chalmers, Polit. Ann. 495-6. He was first of Salisbury, there
had John, b. 19 Sept. 1661; William, 21 Oct. 1662, d. next yr.; Hannah, Mar.
1664; and at H. had Mary, 14 Apr. 1666, wh. m. 28 Dec. 1682, Joseph Sanborn;
Abigail; Peniel; both d. soon; Abigail, again, 17 Apr. 1670, wh. m. 25 Sept
1690, Philemon Dalton of Hampton; Ebenezer, 23 June 1671; Edward, d. soon;
Jeremiah, 3 Oct. 1674, d. at 18 yrs.; Ann, 9 Jan. 1677, m. 3 July 1696,
Jeremiah Conner; and Sarah, 5 Nov. 1678, wh. m. 16 Dec. 1698, Samuel
Dearborn. He d. 29 July 1691, and his wid. Hannah d. after 1712. GEORGE,
Dover 1667 and 8, prob. capt. in 1696. JOHN, Charlestown, was, I suppose, a
merch. who had not long been inhab. in his will of 22 Jan. 1648, made very
shortly bef. he d. names ch. John, Edward, and Mary, giv. the last to
Ralph Mousall to bring up. JOHN, Cambridge, prob. br. of Edward, m. 6 Oct.
1658, Mary, perhaps d. of William Aspinwall, wh. d. 14 Nov. 1676, had Mary,
b. 14 Sept. 1659; John, 21 Sept. 1660; both bapt. 8 Mar. 1661, for she had
unit. with the ch. three days bef.; Aspinwall, 2, bapt. 6 Oct. 1661, d. in few
days; Nathaniel, bapt. 16 Nov. 1662; James, 13 Dec. 1663, d. young;
Nathaniel, again, 4 Aug. 1667; he m. sec. w. 15 Mar. 1677, Mary Woodhead,
had Jonathan, b. 19 Jan. 1678, wh. d. 11 Oct. 1681; Jonathan, again, 3 May
1682; and Sarah, 28 Aug. 1686. His s. John d. 28 Apr. 1679; his w. d. 11 Sept.
1700; and he m. third w. 2 Dec. 1700, wid. Elizabeth Walden, and d. 21 Nov. 1704,
aged a. 77. It is thot. that John, his f. came to C. a. 1653, bring. Edward
and John; this last, constable at C. 1667, being, then call. junr. and
perhaps the f. d. 16 Jan. 1682. JOHN, Hampton, s. of Edward, engag. in the
ridicul. treason with his f. got off by his youth, by w. Sarah had Mary, b.
29 Oct. 1687; John, 29 Oct. 1689; Hannah, 1 Apr. 1 69 1; Jonathan, 2 May
1695; Sarah; and Abigail; and he d. 1737. JONATHAN, Cambridge, s. of John,
m. 26 Dec. 1706, Lydia Cooper, had John, b. 2 Nov. 1707; Mary, 3 Mar. 1710;
Lydia, 22 Aug. 1712; Keziah, 17 Apr. 1715; Hannah, 27 Feb. 1718; Sarah, Dec.
1720; and two who d. at b. 1722 and 3. He rem. to Weston, where his w. d. 18
Apr. 1740; and he d. 22 Dec. 1747.
GOWING or GOWEN, JOHN, Lynn, by w. Joanna, m. 1682, had, says Lewis,
John, Thomas, Elizabeth Samuel, Joanna, Lois, and Timothy, but he gives no dates for them.
NATHANIEL, Reading, freem. 1691. ROBERT,
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