Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p259

Volume 4, Page 259

28 Apr. 1680, pro. 12 Apr. 1683, calls hims. 72 yrs. old, makes w. Grace
sole excor. gives Jeremiah and Eliz. the ground "that the house was
burnt on," in the fire of 1679, I suppose; but they are charg. to pay £10
to his gr.d. Eliz. T. at age of 18, or m. "that is my eldest son's d." and of
est. at Billerica devises housing to Nathaniel, some to d. Grace Meade of
Billerica, whose h. is not of my acquaint. and some to s. Isaiah, beside
some in Boston. The wid. d. at Roxbury 11 Apr. 1712, aged 91 yrs.
His eldest s. f. of Eliz. whose mo.'s name is not within my guess, was
dec. as may be infer.

    TAYLOR, TAYLOUR or TAILER, ABRAHAM, Haverhill, in his will of
1673 names w. Hannah. ABRAHAM, Concord, freem. 1690. ANTHONY,
Hampton 1644, feltmaker, rem. to Dover, there was 1671; and is said
to have d. 4 Nov. 1687, aged 80; but in 1678 one Anthony perhaps his s.
sw. alleg. and certain. had s. John, and tradit. gives him Lydia, wh. m.
23 Mar. 1666, John Moulton, beside Martha, wh. m. 25 Sept. 1667,
Hezron Leavitt. CLEMENT, Dorchester, owes his being to Farmer under
introduct. of Harris, the creat. being due in the highest prob. to the same
bad writ. or ill read. as made Tapley out of Topliff. DANIEL, Saybrook
1689. EDWARD, Lynn 1639, freem. 1648, rem. to Reading and d. 1694.
EDWARD, Providence, by w. Hannah had Edward, b. 8 Oct. 1655.
EDWARD, Barnstable, m. 19 Feb. 1664, Mary Merks, had Ann, b. 11
Dec. 1664; Judith, 12 Dec. 1666, d. soon; Isaac, 3 Jan. 1669; Jacob,
19 Apr. 1670; Experience, June 1672; Mary, 15 Sept. 1675; Sarah, 6
Oct. 1678; John, 6 Sept. 1680; Abraham, 7 Feb. 1684; and Mehitable,
3 Oct. 1688. His w. d. Nov. 1701, and he d. 15 Feb. 1705.
EDWARD, Westfield, b. 1642, at Sketchley Co. Leicester, near Hinckley,
(no Sketelby, as Farmer prob. from some descend, had giv. and as reverent.
repeat. in Geneal. Reg. II. 395) came 1668, arr. at Boston 5 July,
and was gr. at H. C. 1671, and late in that yr. went by invit. to W. a
new plana. m. 5 Sept. 1674, Elizabeth d. of Rev. James Fitch of Norwich,
had Samuel, b. 1675; Elizabeth 1676, d. soon; James, 1678, Abigail, 1681,
d. young; Bathsheba, 1683; Elizabeth again, 1684, d. soon; Mary, 1686, d.
young; and Hezekiah, 1687, d. young. His w. d. 1689, and he m. 2
June 1692, Ruth, d. of Hon. Samuel Wyllys, had Ruth, b. 1693; Naomi,
1695; Ann. 1696; Mehitable, 1699; Keziah, 1702; and Eldad, 1708.
He had preach. some yrs. there bef. he was ord. 27 Aug. 1679, was
freem. 1678, or 1680, for his name is in both lists, and d. 29 June 1729.
His wid. d. Jan. foll. Bathshua or Bathsheba m. 18 Feb. 1702, John
; Ruth m. 1713, Rev. Benjamin Cotton; Naomi m. 1720. Rev.
Ebenezer Devotion; Ann m. 1720, Rev. Benjamin Lord; Mehitable m.
Rev. William Gager; and Keziah m. Rev. Isaac Stiles, and was mo. of
Presdt. Stiles. * ELDAD, Westfield, youngest s. of the preced. m. 1732,