Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p1

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    SABIN, BENJAMIN, Rehoboth 1670, perhaps s. of William, had Benjamin,
b. 2 Dec. 1673, call. on for contribut. of money in the war of
1675, rem. to Roxbury, prob. to escape nearer evils, there had Mehitable,
7 Sept. 1677. Early next yr. his w. d. and he m. 5 July 1678,
Sarah Parker, had Sarah, 1 Aug. 1679; Nehemiah, 10 Jan. 1681;
Patience, 3 May 1682; Jeremiah, 11 Mar. 1684; Experience, Feb.
1685; and Experience, 1686, if we believe the rec. JOSEPH, Rehoboth,
perhaps s. of William, had Jonathan, b. 12 July 1674; Abigail, 16
Aug. 1678; Experience, 14 Mar. 1681, d. soon; Joseph, 18 Nov. 1682,
d. soon. JONATHAN, Rehoboth, wh. serv. 1675 and 6 in the gr. Ind.
war, may have been br. of Benjamin, but I kn. no more. NEHEMIAH,
Rehoboth, perhaps br. of the preced. had David, b. 10 Nov. 1674, d.
soon. In Col. Rec. a name of one bur. at R. in the latter pt. of May
1676, print. Nathaniel Sahen, perhaps a ch. I think may mean one of
this fam. NOAH, a soldier in Gallop's comp. 1690, perhaps of Rehoboth.
SAMUEL, Rehoboth, s. of William, I suppose, a soldier in the
war begun by Philip both yrs. at differ. times, had Israel, b. 16 June
1673; Experience, 5 Oct. 1676, wh. propb. d. next yr.; and Mary, 4
Mar. 1679. He was serv. in Gallop's comp. 1690 for Phips's crusade
against Quebec. WILLIAM, Rehoboth 1643, sign. the combina. or
compact of 1644, was a selectman, rep. 1657 and sev. yrs. more;
had Mehitable, b. 10 May 1673, unless she were ch. of one of his s.
He was liberal in contribut. for Philip's war, and prob. two, if not more
of his ch. render. personal serv. What number of ch. he had is unkn.