Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p223


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Titus. THOMAS, Salem 1648, was of New London 1657-60, rem. to
Rehoboth, d. 1663. His wid. Elizabeth was, in 1669, w. of Samuel Fuller
of Plymouth. His will, of 11 Apr. 1663, made her extrix. names his s.
Richard, and br. Obadiah. THOMAS, Marblehead, 1674, may have been
s. of the preced. Sixteen of this name had been gr. at N. E. coll. 1834.

    BOWERS, BENANUEL, Charlestown 1656, s. of George, m. 9 Dec.
1654, Elizabeth Dunster, perhaps as a niece of Presid. D. had George, b. 28
Feb. 1654; Barbara, 4 Jan. 1656; Elizabeth 8 Dec. 1657; Mary, 16 Sept. 1660;
Henry, 20 June 1665; Ann, 14 Oct. 1668; Bathsheba, 4 June 1671; and
Jonathan, 11 Aug. 1673; and by ano. w. Elizabeth had Mary, again, 20 May 1679,
d. in few mos. suff. much abuse, as a Quaker, by prison, whip. and fine, in
1677. Frothingham, 173. 4. Col. Rec. V. 153, 68. GEORGE, Plymouth
1639, rem. to Cambridge, where his w. Barbara d. 25 Mar. 1644;
m. 15 Apr. 1649, Elizabeth Worthington, had Jerathmeel, b. 2 May 1650,
beside Benanuel, John, H. C. 1649; Patience; and Silence; some if
not all, by former w. and d. late in 1656, his will of 8 Nov. being pro.
30 Dec. of that yr. and his wid. I think, m. 25 June 1657, Henry Bowtell,
or Boutwell. JERATHMEEL, Chelmsford, s. of the preced. JOHN,
Medfield 1649. JOHN, Derby, s. of George, prob. b. in Eng. was a
sch.master at Plymouth, perhaps the earliest, went in the same business
1653, to New Haven, on invit. of Gov. Eaton, there taught until 1660,
and after in other towns; was preach. after Pierson left Branford, in
1667, to Feb. 1673; soon after was sett. at D. and there d. 14 June
1687. His will, rec. at D. bears date 8 Jan. 1685. His w. was Bridget,
d. of Anthony Thompson of New Haven, wh. surv. him, and he had
there bapt. Ruth, 20 Dec. 1657; and Samuel, 5 Nov. 1665; beside
Mary, prob. b. after Ruth, and bef. Samuel, wh. m. 1682, Samuel
Nichols; John, b. at Guilford, 3 Dec. 1667; and Ann, wh. m. 1703,
Francis French. Ruth m. John Frisbie, and next, William Hoaldly.
JOHN, s. of |the preced. was not of H. C. as Mather, mistak. him for f.
asserts; but of quality to be a min. is by Trumbull fix. 1688 at Rye,
and in Mather's Hecatompolis, Magn. I. c. 7, is insert. as min. of Rye.
1696. He may have gone to Derby, where his d. is rec. 23 Sept. 1708;
or the Rye min. may be ano. man, tho. it is not prob. JOHN, Greenwich,
call. 43 yrs. old in 1681, m. after 1685, perhaps for sec. w. Hannah,
of Joshua Knapp, d. in 1694, leav. no ch. His wid. d. Jan.
1696. MATTHEW, Cambridge, prob. s. of George, d. 30 Jan. 1645.
SAMUEL, Derby, s. of Rev. John, m. 1687, Ruth Wooster, and m. 1691,
Lydia French of the same, had ch. b. 1692, 4, & c. was liv. in 1717.
MORGAN, Norwich 1660, wh. was there in 1700, had come in from Saybrook.
Six of this name had been gr. in 1834 at N. E. coll.

    BOWING, THOMAS, Marblehead 1648, is the same as Bowen.

    BOWKER or BOUKER, EDMUND or EDWARD, Dorchester. ar. co.
1646, m. Mary Potter, rem. to Sudbury, d. Mar. 1666. JOHN, Marlborough,
m. 8 Feb. 1678, Mary Howe, was, perhaps, s. of the preced.
and freem. 1685.