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wid. of Samuel Allen of W. wh. d. 1687; and he d. 1694. His s. William went to

    HULL, ANDREW, New Haven 1639, emb. at London for Boston 1635,
aged 29, in the Hopewell, capt. Babb, with Catharine, prob. his w. 23; had
Hannah, and Sarah, bapt. 4 Oct. 1640; and I find no more of him but that he
d. 1640, and his wid. m. Richard Beach bef. 1644. BENJAMIN, Weymouth
1635, was soon after, perhaps, at Bass river, now Beverly, in 1643 at
York, certain. at Dover 1659-61, of wh. less is kn. than of almost any
min. bec he seemed in the Episc. int. It may be, that he went home,
and was the puritan min. eject. 1662 from Buriau, in Cornwall. Calamy,
II. 150. He certain. had a s. at York, and his d. Elizabeth m. John Heard
of Dover. His bapt. name was long, unkn. Mather, III. 3, and VII. 65.
Felt, Eccles. Hist. I. 498. BENJAMIN, Portsmouth 1689, a promin. man
was prob. s. of the preced. Mr. Farmer, in a letter to Lincoln, Hist. of
Hingham, gave him an alias, Reuben, and his Reg. ment. that he m. Mary
Ferniside (d. I suppose, of John of Duxbury), had Joseph, b. 1677;
Reuben, 1681; beside sev. ds. * CORNELIUS, Fairfield, perhaps s. of
George, but no certainty is gained, was rep. 1656, 8, 9, 60, 2, 3, 4, and 7;
in 1691 call. hims. 65; his fam. and time of d. are unkn. yet by tradit. we
hear that his w. was Sarah, d. of Rev. John Jones, and that his d.
Sarah m. Robert Silliman. No dates are disturb. by these tradit. for
none are giv. His will of 16 Sept. 1695, names s. Samuel, Cornelius,
and Theophilus, ds. Rebecca, Sarah, w. of Silliman, and Martha, w. of
Cornelius Liston. EDWARD, Braintree 1650, s. of Robert, b. in Eng.
serv. 1652 under Capt. Underhill against the Dutch, may be he, wh.
wrote from London 1654 to his br. John here of unavail. efforts to
persuade br. Richard to come to N. E.; m. 20 Jan. 1653, Elinor
Newman, but d. bef. his f. leav. s. Edward. * GEORGE, Dorchester
1630, prob. of the comp. in the Mary and John, freem. 4 Mar. 1633, rep. at
the first gen. court, 14 May 1634, rem. to Windsor, was rep. for that town
from 1637 to 46, rem. then to Fairfield, and was rep. for that town most
of the time to 1656, and d. Aug. 1659. His ch. were b. bef. he went to W.
perhaps in Eng. and their names are not kn. with certainty, or at least some
are not. After June 1654, he m. Sarah, wid. of David Phippen
at Boston. His will of 25 Aug. 1659, devises to Josias, Cornelius, Elizabeth
Mary, Martha, and Naomi, and names cous. i. e. niece, Jane Pinkney.
His wid. made her will the same mo. in wh. she disposes her ho. in Boston,
her ch. being, four s. two ds. Benjamin, Joseph, Gamaliel, George,
Rebecca Vickers, and Sarah Yow, and names cous. i. e. neph. Philip
Pinkney, and cous. Jane P. yet how these Pinkneys were relat. to her
or her h. is not seen. His d. Mary m. Humphrey Pinney. GEORGE,
Beverly 1674, Farmer says; and I find ISAAC there 1671, wh. may be