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    REW, EDWARD, Newport 1638, was of Taunton 1643, where he m.
Sarah, d. of John Richmond; and Baylies says II. 282, he d. 16 July
1678, leav. no ch. and his wid. m. 4 Nov. foll. James Walker.

    REX, WILLIAM, unless the name be mispell. was a propr. of Watertown
1642, liv. at Boson aft. there by w. Grace had Elisha, b. Aug.
1645; Mary, 4 Mar. 1647; and Ezekiel, 30 Nov. 1656.

    REYNER. See Rayner.

    REYNOLDS, RENOLD or RENOLDS, FRANCIS, Kingstown, in the
Narraganset country, 1686, was perhaps s. of James the first. HENRY,
Salem, had gr. of ld. 1642, was of Lynn 1647, and perhaps again of S.
HENRY, Kingstown, wh. m. Sarah, d. of James Greene, was br. of
Francis. See 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. 183. JAMES, Plymouth, if we may
suppose his name to be carelessly spell. Renell in 1643, perhaps rem.
to R. I. jurisdict. and bef. 1674, was with fam. of sev. s. esta. at Wickford,
in the Narraganset ld. and in the conflict betw. Conn. and R. I. for
jurisdict. was imprison. by one party. See Trumbull, CoI. Rec. II. 540.
JAMES, jr. and JOSEPH, inhab. there 1687, as well as bef. ment. Francis
and Henry, may have all been his s. of wh. James m. 19 Feb. 1685,
Mary d. of James Greene; Henry m. Sarah, ano. d. of the same; and
Elizabeth ano. d. m. also a Reynolds. JOHN, Watertown 1634, freem. 6
May 1635; Sarah, perhaps his w. came with many people of W. in the
Elizabeth from Ipswich, Co. Suff. 1634, aged 20, rem. in two yrs. to
Wethersfield, rem. again bef. 1644, to Stamford, and may have been f.
of Jonathan and John, freem. in 1669, of Greenwich, where the fam. long
contin. JOHN, an early sett. at Isle of Shoals, complain. against in 1647
(when he was constable), for having a w. there, as he might have been
on the mainland, for not hav. one. See 1 Mass. Hist. Coll. VlI. 250.
JOHN, Saybrook, rem. to Norwich, with first sett. a. 1659, made freem.
1663, selectman 1669; had eleven c. of wh. Caulkins in her Hist. ment.
John, b. at S. Aug. 1655; Sarah, Nov. 1656; Susanna, Oct. 1658;
Joseph, Mar. 1660; Mary, 1664; Elizabeth 1666; Stephen, Jan. 1669; and
Lydia, Feb. 1671. The s. John was k. by the Ind. 28 Jan. 1676. See
Trumbull, Col. Rec. II. He perhaps was of Stonington 1670, but
d. at N. 1702, leav. only s. Joseph, ds. Sarah, w. of the sec. John Post,
Mary Lothrop; Elizabeth Lyman; and Lydia Miller. JOHN, Weymouth,
carpenter, by w. Ann had Mary, b. 15 Mar. 1660, prob. rem. soon, for
in 1664, he sold W. est. JOHN, Wethersfield, perhaps s. of John the
first, had Kezia, b. 1667; Ann, 1669; Rebina, 1671; John, 1674; Jonathan,
1677; and d. 1682. JOHN, Providence 1676. JONATHAN,
Stamford, rep. 1667, perhaps br. of first John, d. 1673, leav. ch. Rebecca,
aged 17; Jonathan, 13; John, 11; Sarah, 8; Elizabeth 6; and Joseph,
4 1/4. NATHANIEL, Boston, s. of Robert the first, perhaps b. in Eng.