Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p305


Volume 1, Page 305

the Pequot exped. but whether it were, 1636, under Endicot, or the
more effective one, 1637, of Stoughton, is not told, tho. we may infer, it
was the earlier. His d. Sarah m. a Clark, wh. d. soon, and she next m.
6 Aug. 1684, Mesheck Farley. THOMAS, Springfield 1651. THOMAS,
Ipswich, perhaps s. of Thomas the first, m. 13 Feb. 1666, Lydia Pingree,
d. perhaps, of Moses, had Thomas, b. 19 Jan. 1667; Phebe, 16 Mar.
1668; Moses, 24 Jan. 1670; Lydia, 6 Dec. 1674; Aaron, 12 Sept.
1676; Eleazer, 5 Sept. 1678; Abigail, 2 June 1680; Daniel, 4 Apr.
1682; and Mary, 1685. His w. d. 14 Mar. 1689, and he d. 21 Feb.
1728, aged 82. THOMAS, Hartford, rem. to Windsor, after mid. age
prob. and d. 1688, leav. Thomas, John, Samuel, William, and Richard
(wh. all had fams.) beside four ds. Descend. are very num. THOMAS,
Windsor, s. of the preced. m. 4 Jan. 1677, Naomi, d. of Josiah Hull of
the same, had Thomas, b. 16 Apr. 1678; John, 22 May 1681; and these
bapt. at Hartford, Sarah, 7 Mar. 1686; Naomi, 3 June 1688; Abigail,
25 Mar. 1694; and Josiah, 6 Sept. 1696. THOMAS, Ipswich, perhaps
neph. of Thomas the first, for hardly may he be thot. s. of Thomas the
sec. of the same, m. 16 Dec. 1685, Esther Bishop, and by sec. w. Susanna
(wh d. 27 May 1728), had Susanna, b. 29 Jan. 1693; Thomas, 12 Feb.
1695; and Benjamin, 21 Dec. 1696; perhaps two or three more. He
d. 12 May 1726. WILLIAM, Malden, had Edward, b. Sept. 1657,
but no more is kn. Of this name, in 1634, five had been
gr. at Dart. three at Harv. and five at the other N. E. coll.

    BURNS, EDWARD, Hingham, freem. 1666. LAWRENCE, Marblehead
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    BURNYEAT, JOHN, Newport 1672, trans. apostle with George Fox.
THOMAS, Providence 1666, may have been br. of the preced. at least in

    BURPH, possib. BURFEE, STEPHEN, Rehoboth, in Col. Rec. said to
have m. 29 May 1674, Elizabeth perry, by me would be regard. so strange a
name as almost to invite invasion of conject. upon those sacred premises
where no error can be suppos. It may have been Purpee, tho. I had
not bef. heard of the name so early in N. E.

    BURR, BENJAMIN, Hartford, an early sett. had two s. Samuel, the
elder (made frem. with his f. 1658), and Thomas, b. 26 1646, and
two ds. Mary, wh. m. 15 Jan. 1657, Christopher Crow, and, next, Josiah
Clark, and Hannah, wh. m. Andrew Hillier, all liv. at the time of his d.
1681, and he may have had others. His wid. Ann d. 31 Aug. 1683.
DANIEL, Fairfield, freem. 1668, s. of Jehu the first, had m. 11 Dec.
1678, Abigail, d. of Henry Glover of New Haven, and took sec. w. Elinor,
wh. present. inv. of his prop. 1695, so that it can safely be infer. that he
was then d. but whether he had ch. by either is not kn. DANIEL, Fairfield,
s. of Jehu the sec. left wid. Elizabeth and ten ch. to div. his est. (which