Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p228

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a Christian name. THOMAS, Wethersfield, br. of John, bef. 1678 rem.
to Hatfield, d. there 1704.

    BRACKENBURY, JOHN, Charlestown and Boston, m. 17 July 1655,
Amie or Emma, d. of John Anderson, had John, b. 9 Aug. 1657, wh.
liv. at Charlestown, m. 10 Aug. 1681 Dorcas Green, perhaps d. of
Thomas, wh. had d. Dorcas, d. 30 June 1682, aged 25. The s. had
enlist. 1676 in the comp. of the brave capt. Turner, but was disch.
bef. march far. His f.'s wid. m. Joseph Lynde, and d. 1 Sept. 1703.
RICHARD, Salem came in the Abigail with Gov. Endicott, arr. 6
Sept. 1628, freem. 14 July 1634, had w. Ellen; a d. Elizabeth wh. m.
John Patch, and d. 1716; and Hannah, bapt. 1 June 1651; one
of the found. of ch. at Beverly, d. 1685, aged 83, leav. s. Miles.
SAMUEL, Rowley, prob. s. of William, a physician, wh. preach.
two yrs. but was not ord. yet rem. to Boston, and d. of smallpox,
says Hull's Diary, 11, or by ano. rec. 16 Jan. 1678. SAMUEL,
Boston 1677, had Samuel, bapt. 12 May 1700, was a physician, d. at
Malden 26 Nov. 1702; but one Samuel, wh. may have been the preced.
or not, by w. Mercy, in Boston, had Mary, b. 12 Mar. 1674; and the
Malden rec. makes Samuel to have Samuel, there, Feb. 1673. WILLIAM,
Charlestown, a baker; came in the fleet with Winthrop it is thot. with
w. Ann, req. to be freem. 19 Oct. 1630, but not appearing to support
his claim in May foll. was postpon. by the rule after adopt. join. the
ch. late in 1632, freem. 4 Mar. 1633, had Mary, bapt. 29 June 1634;
was a selectman four yrs. d. at Malden, where he was of the chief inhab.
Aug. 1668, aged 66. leav. by will of 24 July preced. est. to w. Alice, s.
Samuel, H. C. 1664, ds. Ann, w. of William Foster, and Mary, w. of
John Ridgway. Frothingham, 79. His wid. d. 28 Dec. 1670, as the
gr.stone says; but other auth. makes it 24 Jan. after.

    BRACKETT, ANTHONY, Portsmouth 1640, rem. to Exeter; there liv.
1657, but perhaps after at Casco. ANTHONY, Falmouth 1662, perhaps
s. of the preced. m. Ann, d. of Michael Mitton, had Anthony; Seth, wh.
was k. by the Ind. May 1690; Mary, wh. was liv. 1717, unm.; Elinor,
wh. m. Richard Pulling of Boston; and Kezia, wh. m. Joseph Maylem;
by 2d w. Susanna, d. of Abraham Drake of Hampton, wh. he m. Sept.
1679, had Zechariah and others. He was tak. by the Ind. with his w.
and all his fam. exc. her br. Nathaniel Mitton, wh. was k. at the ho. 11
Aug. 1676; but by admirab. peril esc. some days after; was lieut. and
capt. in the war, and finally was k. at his ho. 21 Sept. 1689. His s.
Anthony was a serviceab. man, as lieut. and capt. in Ind. hostilit. For
abund. informat. see Willis. JAMES, Boston, a cooper, s. of Richard,
freem. 1673, rem. to Braintree 1675, by w. Sarah had Joseph,
Nathan, and sev. ds. d. 8 Apr. 1718, aged 72. JAMES, Beverly, freem.
1675. JOHN, Boston, s. prob. of Peter, merch. freem. 1666, m. 23 Aug.
1662, Sarah, d. of John Stedman of Cambridge, and Sarah, bapt. at C.