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the first ch. m. 1643, John Gorham and d. 13 Oct. 1683 Hope,
w. of John Chipman, as early as 1646; Elizabeth m. 13 Sept. 1649
Ephraim Hicks, and 10 July 1651, John Dickenson; Lydia, w. of James
Brown
of Swanzey; Hannah, m. a Bosworth, Nathaniel, as by the
scrupulous writer of the life of the late John Howland, p. 11, is said
and in his will she is nam. Bosworth
[1]; and Ruth, m. 7 or 17 Nov. 1664,
Thomas Cushman, s. of the Elder. JOHN, Barnstable, eldest s. of the
preced. m. 26 Oct. 1651, Mary, d. of Robert Lee, had prob. Mary;
Elizabeth b. 17 May 1655; Isaac, 25 Nov. 1659; Hannah, 15 May 1661;
Mercy, 21 Jan. 1663; Lydia, 9 Jan. 1665; Experience, 18 July 1668;
Ann, 9 Sept. 1670; Shubael, 30 Sept. 1672; and John, 31 Dec. 1674.
He liv. first at Marshfield, but at B. spent most of his days, was lieut.
and selectman. In Apr. 1702, he told Ch. J. Sewall, he was b. 24 Feb.
1627. *JOSEPH, Plymouth, br. of the preced. but not youngest,
as sometimes suppos. m. 7 Dec. 1664, Elizabeth only d. of Thomas Southworth
but issue is unkn. was rep. 1677. ZOAR, Newport, by w. Abigail,
m. Dec. 1656, had Nathaniel, b. 5 Oct. 1657; Benjamin, 8 May 1659;
Daniel, July 1661; Lydia, 23 June 1663; Mary, 23 Feb. 1666;
Sarah, Apr. 1668; Henry, and Abigail, tw. 30 Aug. 1672. No connex.
can be traced with the fam. of the Mayflower celebr. but he
must be regard. as an independ. stock, too old to be gr.s. of the
first John.

    HOWLETT, JOHN, Boston, mariner, d. bef. 1676, when his wid. Susanna
sold his est. She was d. of Francis Hudson, had one ch. by H. and m. Edmund
Perkins. *THOMAS, Boston 1630, came, prob. in the fleet with Winthrop went
early in 1633 with young John Winthrop to plant Ipswich, freem. 3 Mar. 1634,
rep. 1635, m. Alice French of Boston, had Sarah, wh. m. John Cummings;
Thomas; and others; was ens. and d. 22 Dec. 1667, leav. wid. Rebecca, wh.
d. at Newbury, 1 Nov. 1680; and Samuel, wh. may have been of Topsfield
1661, unless this was the f. A William gr. at Harv. 1727, was d. bef. 1759.
He was, prob. a descend.

    HOWMAN, JOHN, came, prob. in the fleet with Winthrop req. 19 Oct.
1630 to be made freem. but as the adm. is not found after, perhaps he d.
soon, or went home.

    HOYLE, JOHN, Marblehead 1674.

    HOYT, DAVID, Hadley, s. of Nicholas, m. 1673, Sarah, d. of Thomas
Wells, had Samuel, b. 1674, d. young; David, 1676; and his w. d. that
yr. He had sec. w. Mary, and third, Abigail, wid. of Joshua Pomeroy,
rem. to Deerfield, there was deac. and had b. there Mary, a. 1684;
Jonathan, 1685; Sarah, 6 May 1686; Benjamin, 15 Sept 1692; Ebenezer,
21 Aug. 1695; and Abigail, 1 May 1701. On p. 123 of the valu.
"Hoyt Fam." pr. 1857, the first w. is call. Mary Wells, the sec. Sarah
Wilson; and the b. of Jonathan is giv. as 6 Apr. 1688. I must prefer
the authority that makes the first w. Sarah, not Mary. In the assault, by