Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p191

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of the same, by w. Sarah had John, b. 26 Dec. 1675; Nathaniel, 16 Dec.
1676; Desire, 20 Dec. 1678; Alice, 8 May 1681; Jane, 3 Nov. 1682;
Lettice; and Caleb. He d. 1678; and at the distrib. of the est. of
their gr.f. wh. d. 1709, neither Desire, nor Caleb, nor Nathaniel, is
nam. tho. both Caleb and Nathaniel are nam. in his will. JOHN, Boston,
was one of the purchas. 1684, of a large tract from Mass. for hims. and
others in London, and at the last elect. in 1686, bef. loss of our chart.,
was candid. to be chos. an Assist. See Hutch. Coll. 543. Douglas, I.
419. Belkn. I. 116, and Col. Rec. V. 467, 504. JOSHUA, Sandwich, br.
of the preced. had Joshua, b. 12 Jan. 1683; Mary, 5 Oct. 1684; Samuel,
13 Apr. 1689, beside Michael, Sarah, Jane, and four other ds. not nam.
at the distribut. of est. of the gr.f. MICHAEL, or MYLES, Sandwich,
had Michael, b. 1 June 1648, wh. d. at 25 yrs. prob. unm.; John;
Joshua; and Jane. Hardly can I doubt, that this man is he designat. in
the Col. list of those able to bear arms 1643, as Miles Black, Geneal.
Reg. IV. 257.

    BLACKWOOD, CHRISTOPHER, Scituate, hot. 1641, the ho. of Rev. John
Lothrop, and succeed. him as preach. but next yr. sold the est. to
Chauncy, wh. bec. the sett. min. and B. went home. See Lechford, 41;
and Deane, 172, 222.

    BLAGDEN, SAMUEL, New Hampsh. with most others, in 1691, solicit
protect. of Mass.

    BLAGGE, HENRY, Braintree, brickburner, had Philip, b. 24 Mar.
1643, rem. prob. to Boston 1653, d. 1662, leav. wid. Elizabeth and s. Nathaniel,
a brickmaker, wh. is very near, I judge, to the same trade with his f.
He left good est. of wh. 19 Aug. of that yr. admin. was giv. to the wid.
for self and seven ch. Often the spell. is Blague, and, I think, sometimes

    BLAGUE, JOSEPH, Saybrook, m. 10 Feb. 1685, Martha Kirtland, d.
prob. of Nathaniel of the same, had Elizabeth b. 26 May 1687; Joseph, 17
Nov. 1689, d. at 2 yrs.; Mary, 27 Aug. 1692; Joseph, again, 7 Oct.
1694; and where he was b. the spell. may have differ.

    BLAISDELL or BLASDALE, HENRY, Salisbury, by w. Mary had
Ebenezer, b. 17 Oct. 1657; Mary, 29 May 1660; and Henry, 28 May
1663; rem. to Amesbury, there was freem. 1690; may have been s. of
Ralph. RALPH, Salisbury 1640, but part of that yr. was liv. at York,
by w. Eliz. had Mary, b. 5 Mar. 1642; Ralph, 1643;[1] beside, perhaps,
Henry, b. in Eng. 1633; and certain. Sarah, wh. d. 17 Jan. 1647. I
think some ground for conject. there is that the f. went away and d.
For in Aug. 1667, a wid. B. was there and then d. when Mary, d. of her
h. was w. of John or Joseph Stowers, as we may prefer to award the
bapt. name, under the light of Geneal. Reg,. VIII. 53 and 4. The name