Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p366


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wh. m. 11 Apr. 1695, Sarah, d. of Richard Crisp, and one of the found. of
Brattle str. ch. and d. 22 Sept. 1721. His wid. m. 5 Apr. foll. Presid.
Leverett; and 15 July 1725, John Clark; and 6 May 1731, Rev. Benjamin Colman,
and surv. him. In the Hercules from Sandwich, 1635, came Parnel H. of the
parish of Bow, London, but we are not told whether she were wid. w. or maid.
Eight of this name had, in 1828, been gr. at Harv. and none at Yale, four at
Dart. sixteen at the other N. E. and N. J. coll. as Farmer found.

    HARRISON, EDWARD, Boston, perhaps br. of Rev. Thomas, came from Virginia,
where, says the rec. he was a mem. of the ch. by .Elinor had Joseph,b. 20 May 1646; and
John, 21 May 1648. One of the name, apparently unm. d. at Hartford
some few yrs. bef. and his inv. is in Trumbull, Col. Rec. I. 474. ISAAC,
Hadley, m. 1671, Martha, d. of Richard Montague, had Abigail, and Sarah, was
k. by the Ind. 19 May 1676, after the Falls fight. JOHN, Salisbury 1640, a
ropemaker, by w. Grace had John, b. 26 June 1642, d. prob. young; rem. 1643,
to Boston, and in Feb. foll. with his w. Grace was rec. into our ch. from that, freem.
2 June 1641, perhaps had other ch. bef.; and by w. Persis, wid. of William Bridge,
d. of Thomas Pierce, had John, b. here 2 Apr. 1652; Elizabeth 2 Aug. 1653; Bethia, 7 Sept.
1658; Ebenezer, 31 May 1660; and Abraham, 3 Sept. 1661; beside Isaac, 18 June 1664.
He had also, Ann, wh. bec. w. of John Marion, the sec. JOHN, Wethersfield, merch.
freem. of Conn. 1657, d. 3 Aug. 1666, leav. large est. three ds. Rebecca, Mary, and
Sarah. His wid. Catharine, of unpleasant temper, was indict. as a witch, and found
guilty; but the Court had more sense than the jury, set aside the verdict, and
advis. the prisoner to rem. out of the reach of her timid or malignant neighb.
MARK, sign. a memor. to the Gen. Court of Mass. 1654, wh. may be seen in Hutch
Coll. 255. NICHOLAS, Dover 1675-1707. RICHARD, and RICHARD, jr. were of New
Haven 1644, of wh. the sen. d. 25 Oct. 1653; and the jr. had Samuel; Benjamin,
b. 30 July 1655; John, wh. d. 1675, unm.; Joseph; George; and Daniel; and rem. to
Newark, N. J. where all. exc. John, it is said, were heads of fams. THOMAS, came
from Virginia, where he was min. whose teach. was not agreeable to Sir William
, the royal Gov. 1648, here, by Dorothy, d. of Hon. Samuel
Symonds of Ipswich, had Elizabeth bapt. 28 Oct. 1649, a. 7 days old; and
next yr. went to Eng. was a celebr. preach. in London, says Calamy, II. 122,
and succeed. Dr. Thomas Goodwin, perhaps, when Cromwell sent the
latter to Oxford as Presid. of Magdalen Coll. THOMAS, New Haven 1654, m.
a. 1656 the wid. of the first John Thompson of the same, had Thomas, b. 1 Mar. 1657,
and Nathaniel, 13 Dec. 1658; Elizabeth Jan. 1667, when her mo. d.; was prob. of Branford,
1667, had m. 29 Mar. 1667, as sec. w. Elizabeth Stent or Stint of B. THOMAS, Branford, s.
of the preced. m. Margaret Stent, d. of his mo.-in-law, had Lydia, b. 1690; Jemima, 1692;
Thomas, 12 Oct. 1694; Abigail, 17 Nov. 1696; Benjamin, 7 Aug. 1698; Joseph, 25
May 1700; David, 7 Feb. 1702; Aaron, 4 Mar. 1704; and Jacob, 23 Oct. 1708, as
set forth in Bronson�s Waterbury, p. 495. But I have had a widely differ. statem.
of ch. WILLIAM, came in the Pied Cow, 1635, aged 55, from London, but we kn.
no more. WILLIAM, Boston, the bodice maker, as he is call.