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Aug. foll. d. soon, as did the mo. and he m. 1693, Sarah, d. of Joshua
Holcomb, had John, b. 22 Aug. 1694; Daniel, 7 Mar. 1696; Mary,
1698; Jonathan, 15 Apr. 1701; Sarah, a. 1703; Hannah, a. 1709; and
he d. 22 May 1733. JOSEPH, Narranganset in that pt. now Kingstown,
had Joseph, b. 1678; William, 1684; Mary; Hannah; Margaret;
John, 1692; and Emanuel, 1699. JOSEPH, Simsbury, youngest. s. of
the first John of the same, m. 6 Apr 1699, Ann, d. of James Eno the
sec. of Windsor, had Joseph, b. 2 Feb. foll.; Jacob, 19 Mar. 1702;
Aaron, 1705, d. soon; Benajah, a. 1710; Josiah, 1 Feb. 1716; Hezekiah,
26 Apr. 1719; David, a. 1722; and Joel, 30 May 1724; and d.
11 Aug. 1748. His wid. d. 10 June 1760. RICHARD, Hartford 1660,
perhaps br. of the first John, m. Elizabeth d. of John Purchase, was propound.
for freem. Oct. 1671, d. 30 Mar. 1694, leav. Richard, John, and Mary.
RICHARD, Simsbury, s. of the first John of the same, m. 1 Sept. 1701,
Amy, d. of Philip Reed of Concord, had Amy, b. a. 1702, d. soon;
Amy, again, a. 1703; Richard, 1710 ; Timothy, a. 1711; Margaret, a.
1713; Edward, 5 Mar. 1715; Lydia, 15 Mar. 1718; Mary, 30 Jan.
1722; and he d. a. 1746. SAMUEL, Simsbury, br. of the preced. m.
Mary, d. of Josiah Westover of S. wh. d. 27 Sept. 1713, and he m. 8
Nov. 1721, Eliz. d. of Josiah Owen, wid. of Samuel Thrall, and d. 30
July 1725. His ch. by the first w. were Samuel, b. 24 Jan. 1696;
Mary, 15 Nov. 1697; Hannah, 30 Jan. 1699; Mercy, 12 Jan. 1701;
Abigail, 4 Feb. 1702, d. soon; Nathaniel, 26 Apr. 1703; Eunice, July
1704; Josiah, Aug. 1705; Caleb, a. 1707; Azrikam, 16 Feb. 1710;
Benjamin, 1711; and perhaps Pelatiah, wh. d. 1733; and by the sec. w
Irene, 12 Jan. 1725. THOMAS, Fairfield, rem. to the Dutch a. 1664, and
is by Mather (wh. is always liberal in obloquy against adher. of George
Fox), call. a villain, Magn. VII. 25. We hear not any reason for such
epith. exc. his Quaker. habit. influence among the foll. nam. by the gr.
ecclesiast. histor. "Case's crew," at Southold, L. I. where, he sorrowf.
adds, "to this day (1699), the sect is kn." He was sev. times imprison.
for his cause, and by such treatm. not prob. induc. to reject the inward
light; and d. 1692, perhaps unm. certain. without issue. WILLIAM,
Newport, among the freem. 1655. WILLIAM, Charlestown m.
28 Jan. 1686, Mary Starkey, WILLIAM, Simsbury, br. of Bartholomew,
m. 1688, Eliz. d. of Joshua Holcomb, had Eliz. b. Sept.
1689; William, 22 Mar 1691; James, 12 Mar. 1693; Rachel, 10 Dec.
1694; Mary, 23 Aug. 1696; Joshua, 1 June 1698; Mindwell, 21 Mar.
1700; and he d. ten days after. His wid. m. 10 Mar. 1704, John
Slater; next m. Thomas Marshall; and d. 26 Feb. 1762. This name
was very com. in that region, and I count gr. in 1855, at Yale, ten,
but none in Harv. or Dart. catal.

    CASELEY or CASLEY, EDWARD, Scituate 1638, rem. to Barnstable