Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p363

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Mehitable, 15 May 1697, d. under 10 mos.; Stephen, 5 Mar. 1699; and Abigail,
20 Mar. 1701. He was rep. sev. yrs. and d. in that stat. 10 Nov.
1711. SIMON, Ipswich, freem. 1675, SIMON, Windsor wh. d. 12
Oct. 1749, aged 79, and his w. Sarah, aged 60, had d. 21 May 1735.
He was s. of Edward the first, had Samuel, b. 2 Mar. 1696; and--also,
aft. Simon, ins. 14 Nov. 1700, hav. had Simon. THOMAS, Saybrook
1651, rep. May 1652 and Oct. 1654, unless this be mistak. for Robert,
an opin. wh. may be suppos. to have influenc. the mak. of Index to
Trumbull's Col. Rec. I. since it does not include the pages, where the
name of Thomas, in the text, appears at the Gen. Ct. as deput. and
does include those where Robert's name appears at the Ct. in Sept.
1652 and Sept. 1654. Without much confidence in the conject. I incline
to think Thomas entit. to his seat, tho. no more is heard of him. THOMAS,
Charlestown, m. 8 Sept. 1675, Sarah Mirick, serv. short time in Turner's
comp. as a soldier, Mar. 1676, had Sarah; Elizabeth both bapt. 22 Aug. 1680;
Mercy, 22 May 1681; Thomas, 22 Apr. 1683; and posthum. d. Abiel, 23 Oct.
1687; for her f. was drown. 29 Aug. preced. WILLIAM, New London
1656, among the freem. 1669, d. 18 Dec. 1699. From his will we get
the names of ch. John, William, Samuel, Jeremiah, Joseph, Sarah, and
Rebecca; but little can be learn. as to any of the s. and of the ds. nothing.
It is said that Jeremiah was b. 1677; and we kn. that he, with
William and Samuel, resid. at N. L. that Joseph went to Norwich, and
that John, the oldest, was liv. at Colchester in May 1748, when it was
affirm. "he will be 95 yrs. old next Nov." so that it would be hazardous
to deny, that he was b. 1603. In 1834 Farmer found the gr. at Yale
fourteen, at Harv. and Dart. four ea. and two at other N. E. coll.

    CHAPPELL, CALEB, Lebanon, was youngest s. of George; and Sedgwick's
Hist. of Sharon says, that the name in that town is deriv. from
him. GEORGE, Wethersfield, came in the Christian 1635, aged 20,
from London, and two yrs. later is found apprent. to learn the trade of
carpenter with Francis Stiles of Windsor, wh. had come in the same
ship, and, perhaps, paid for his transporta. Fifteen yr.s. after he rem. to
New London with w. Margery and ch. Mary; Rachel; John; and
George, b. 5 Mar. 1654; and there had Elizabeth 30 Aug. 1656; Esther, 15
Apr. 1662; Sarah, 14 Feb. 1666; Nathaniel, 21 May 1668; and
Caleb, 7 Oct. 1671. He d. 1709, in his will speaks of aged w. Margery,
commit. to s. Caleb, and gr.s. Comfort; but wh. was f. of this Comfort is
not told. Mary m. 19 Jan. 1665, John Daniels; Rachel m. a. 1667,
Thomas Crocker. JOHN, eldest s. of the preced. was, perhaps, a soldier
in Turner's comp. 1676, may have been of Lyme 1678, and certain. was
of Flushing, L. I. 1704. NATHANIEL, Boston 1634, was in the employm. I
of Atherton Hough, adm. freem. 22 May 1639. He may have been br. I
of George. WILLIAM, New London 1659, perhaps br. of George, by w.
Christian had Mary, b. Feb. 1669; John, 28 Feb. 1672; two nam.