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bapt. Grace, and Mary, 7 Apr. 1639; Martha, 22 Mar. 1640; John, 27 Mar.
1642; Elizabeth 17 Dec. 1643, wh. d. at 19 yrs.; John, 12 Oct. 1645; and Hannah,
7 July 1650, wh. m. 28 June 1668, Samuel Beadle; was freem. 27 Dec.
1642, when the name is rec. Leoman or Looman. His will of 2 Aug. 1665,
pro. 25 June 1667, nam. w. ds. Sarah, Hannah, Mary, Martha, wh. m. 23
July 1662, Bartholomew Gale; and ment. Thomas, Richard, and Mary Sallows,
as his creditors. His d. Sarah m. 9 May 1667, Charles Knight. His wid. m.
19 Nov. 1674, Philip Cromwell. SAMUEL, Groton, m. Mary, d. of William
Longley, had Samuel, b. 29 Apr. 1667. He was driv. I presume, to
live at Charlestown, and there was impress. into Moseley's comp. in
Dec. 1675, or volunteer. to have his revenge.

    LENOX, RALPH, New Haven, had John, b. 1655; but some doubt is
felt a. this name.

    LENTHALL, ROBERT, Weymouth 1637, not pleas the governm. of our
col. he was forbid. to be ord. went to Newport next yr. where his name is
spell. Lintell, when adm. a freem. 1640, kept a sch. but was glad to go
home 1642. See Lechford; Callender, 62; Winthrop I. 287.

    LENTON, LAWRENCE, Ipswich 1673. Felt.

    LEONARD, ABEL, Springfield 1678, s. of John, m. 4 Mar. 1687, Mary
Remington, had Mary, b. 16 Dec. 1687; and Sarah, 8 Oct. 1689, both
d. young; and he d. 10 Mar. 1690, and his wid. m. Samuel Bedurtha
BENJAMIN, Springfield, freem. 1690, br. of the preced. was there 1678.
He m. 9 Feb. 1680, Sarah Scott, had John, b. 12 July 1681; Benjamin
3 Oct. 1683, d. young; Nathaniel, 6 Oct. 1685; Ebenezer, 26 Jan.
1687; Margaret, 1689; Sarah, 23 Mar. 1691; Martha, 23 Oct. 1695;
Kezia, 25 Nov. 1697; Abel, 27 Aug. 1700; Benjamin, again, 17 Aug.
1702; and Rachel, Jan. 1706. He a. 21 Dec. 1724; and his wid. d. 2
Dec. 1751. BENJAMIN, Taunton, s. of the first James, m. 15 Jan. 1679,
Sarah Thrasher, perhaps d. of Christopher, had Sarah, b. 21 May
1680; Benjamin, 25 Jan. 1684; Hannah, 8 Nov. 1685, d. young;
Jerusha, 25 Jan. 1689; Hannah, 8 Dec. 1691; Joseph, 22 Jan. 1693;
and Henry, 8 Nov. 1695. ELKANAH, Middleborough, s. of Thomas, d.
29 Dec. 1714, leav. s. Elkanah, a man of distinct. GEORGE, Taunton, s.
of Thomas, highly disting. as the gr. propr. m. 4 July 1695, Ann Tisdale,
had George, b. 4 Mar. 1698; Nathaniel, 9 Mar. 1700, H. C. 1719;
Abigail, 16 Dec. 1703; and Ephraim, 16 Jan. 1706, wh. was f. of the
famous Daniel, H. C. 1760, antagonist of John Adams in the question
of allegiance, Ch. J. of Bermuda, d. at London 27 June 1829; and d. 5
Sept. 1716. HENRY, Lynn, had w. Mary in 1650, it is said, and ch.
perhaps one or more b. in Eng. Samuel, Nathaniel, and Thomas, but
certain. at L. Henry, b. 14 June 1656, d. next yr.; Sarah, 26 June 1663;
Mary, 13 Jan. 1666, d. next yr.; was aged 37 in 1655, freem. 1668, of
Rowley, perhaps, 1674, when certain. his three a engag. there in iron
works; rem. it is thot. to N. J. where the iron works (in wh. he had
been engag. at Lynn, Braintree, and Taunton at sev. times, tho. chief at