Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p368

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    VAUGHN, VAHAN or VAHEN, DANIEL, Newport, s. of John, m. 27
Mar. 1678, Susanna, d. of Samuel Grimes of Plymouth, had John, b. 14
Sept. 1679; Ann, 6 Apr. 1683; Daniel, 17 Mar. 1685; David, 13 Feb.
1687; and Samuel, 17 June 1690. GEORGE, Portsmouth, 1631, sent
by Mason the patentee, arr. prob. in Sept. of that yr. and left the country
Aug. 1634, for home, whence it is not thot. he ever ret. again. GEORGE,
Scituate, m. 1652, Elizabeth Henchman or Hincksman, perhaps d. of Edmund
of Marshfield, had Elizabeth; Daniel; John, b. 1658, drown. at 18 yrs.; Mary;
and Joseph; and d. 1694, at Middleborough. Mary m. a. 1683, Jonathan
Washburn
, of Bridgewater. GEORGE, Greenwich 1687 in the Narraganset
cavalry, was s. of John, m. 26 July 1680, Margaret Spink, d. perhaps
of Robert, had George, b. 19 Apr. 1682; David, 29 Apr. 1683; Mary,
28 Feb. 1685; Christopher, 29 Apr. 1686; Abigail, 24 Feb. 1689; and
Robert, 7 Mar. 1691. GEORGE, Portsmouth, s. of William of the
same, m. Mary, d. of Andrew Belcher, wh. d. 3 Feb. 1700, 3 days aft.
b. of a d. wh. soon d. and next 9 Jan. he m. Elizabeth d. of Robert Eliot of
Newcastle, had Sarah, b. 8 Feb. 1702; William, 12 Sept. 1703, H. C.
1722; Margaret, 21 Aug. 1705, d. soon; George, 2 July, 1706; Elizabeth 8
Oct. 1707; Abigail, 11 Mar. 1709; Eliot, 12 Apr. 1711; Mary, 26 Apr.
1713; and Jane, 27 Dec. 1714; was lieut.-gov. betw. 2 and 3 yrs. and
d 20 Nov. 1725. JOHN, Watertown 1633, may be consid. the same wh.
was in 1634, fin. 20s. but discharg. of it in 1638, and in 1640 again
subject to animadvers. when the Ct. order him to m. a girl, and take care
of his ch. by her; and he is no more heard of at W. JOHN of Newport
1638, was among the freem. in 1655, and by w. Gillian had John, b. 19
Apr. 1644; Davy, 19 July 1646; George, 20 Oct. 1650; Daniel, 27
Apr. 1653; and Mary, 3 July 1658. JOSEPH, Middleborough, s. of
George of the same, by the title ens. Joseph, had John, b. 8 Sept. 1692;
Mary, 6 Oct. 1694; Josiah, 2 Feb. 1699; and Joanna, 26 Jan. 1702.
WILLIAM, Newport, one of the founders of the Bapt. ch. there 1644,
says Calender 63; but bef. or aft. was of Providence, yet is on the list of
freem. 1655, of N. m. Frances, wid. of Jeremiah Clarke, and Backus II.
160 informs, that on format. of a 2nd ch. there, he was made min. 1677.
WILLIAM, Portsmouth, b. prob. in Wales, came from London, m. 8
Dec. 1668, Margaret, d. of Richard Cutt, had Eleanor, b. 5 Mar. 1670;
Mary, 6 Mar. 1672; Cutt, 9 Mar. 1674; George 13 Apr. 1676, H. C.
1696; Bridget, 2 July 1678; Margaret, 20 or 30 Dec. 1680; Abigail, 5
May 1683; and Elizabeth 26 Apr. 1686. His w. d. 22 Jn. 1692. He was
freem. 1669, under the jurisdict. of Mass. made 1672 lieut. of the cavalry
under capt. Robert Pike, a counsel. of the Prov. of N. H. aft. the
separat. from Mass. and Ch. J. of the Sup. Ct. d. 1719. Of his ds. Eleanor
m. 6 Feb. 1693, Richard Waldron; Mary m. perhaps -------------- Thing;

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