||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Kittery, York, Maine, United States
Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
||1635 - 1732
||DIMAN, DYMOND, DIAMOND, DYAMONT or DIMOND - DINGHAM
|Volume 2, Page 51
had Elizabeth b. 14 Aug. 1672; Thomas, 22 July 1675; Moses, 14 May 1677; Ruth, 12
Sept. 1680; and John, 25 July 1686; and d. 1687. WILLIAM, Kittery, perhaps
s. of John of the same, in 1679 left wid. Joan, and ch. John, Margaret, and
DIMMOCK, DIMUCK or DIMICK, JOHN, Barnstable, s. of Shubael, by w.
Elizabeth had Sarah, bapt. 2 Aug. 1691; Hannah, 31 July 1692; Mary, 19 Aug. 1694;
Theophilus, 11 Oct. 1696; Timothy, 11 Sept. 1698; and Ebenezer, 24 Mar. 1700.
* SHUBAEL, Barnstable, s. of Thomas, m. Apr. 1663 Joanna Bursley, d. of John,
for sec. w. but by . first w. had Thomas, b. Apr. 1664; John, Jan. 1666; Timothy,
Mar. 1668; Shubael, Feb. 1673; Joseph, Sept. 1675; Mehitable, 1677; Benjamin,
Mar. 1680; Joanna, Mar. 1682; and Thankful, Nov. 1684; was rep. 1685, 6 and
9, but rem. to Mansfield, Conn. where his w. d. 8 May 1727, aged 81; and he
d. 29 Oct. 1732. But his eldest s. Thomas was k. by the E. Ind. 1697, then
a capt. at Damariscotta, as in Magn. VII. 92, may be read. * THOMAS,
Dorchester 1635, selectman that yr. freem. 25 May 1636; rem. to Hingham
1638, next yr. to Scituate, and in 1640 to Barnstable, of wh. he was 7 Aug.
1650 ord. rul. Elder, and rep. 5 yrs. being the first from the town in Dec.
1640. He had Thomas, bef. ment.; perhaps John, and certain. Timothy, bapt.
12 Jan. 1640, d. in few mos.; Mehitable, 17 Apr. 1642; Shubael, 16 Sept. 1644;
beside a s. and d. tw. bur. without names, 18 Mar. 1641. He d. 1659, but
the wid.was liv. 1683. His nuncup. will gave all to his w. Ann for the reason
that, "the ch. were hers as well as his." Various spelling has this name appear.
in; and it may, originally, be the same as that of Dymocke, the heredit. champion
of Eng. wh. at coronations, owes the service of challenge to all competitors for
DINELY or DYNELEY, FATHERGONE, Boston, butcher, youngest s. of
William, got his name from the incident of his f.'s loss "in a violent
tempest of wind and snow," on 15 Dec. 1638, betw. Boston and Roxbury, ten
days bef. his b.; m. Apr. 1663, Hannah, d. of Edward Porter, d. early. Inv.
by the wid. was ret. 23 Jan. 1675. JOHN, Boston 1651, mariner, eldest br. of
the preced. b. prob. in Eng. THOMAS, Boston, perhaps br. of the preced. d.
15 Jan. 1655. WILLIAM, Boston 1635, barber surgeon, No. 340 in the list of
ch. mem. freem. 17 Apr. 1637, by w. Alice had Thomas, b. 9, bapt. 17 Jan.
1636; Abigail, bapt. 8 Oct. 1637 tho. the town rec. has b. in Dec.; and
Fathergone, bef. ment. b. 25 of Dec. 1638, in the ch. rec. of his bapt. on 6
Jan. 1639 is mark. "s. of our gone br."; was one of the favorers of his
fellow christian, Mrs. Hutchinson, and therefore disarm. Nov. 1637, d. in a
storm 15 Dec. next on Boston neck. Winthrop I. 248, 286. Johnson's observ. in
his Wonderwork. Prov. are more ludicrous than philosoph. In Aug. foll. his
wid. m. Richard Crichley.
DINGHAM. See Dengayne.
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