Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p408


Volume 1, Page 408

learn from Belkin. I. 410, or Pike's Journ. or Mirick, 25, 6, 30, or
Kelly's MS. JOHN, Haverhill 1645, m. 1649, perhaps as sec. w.
Sarah, d. of John Osgood of Andover, had Rebecca, I suppose to be
meant by the name (call. in the will of gr.f. O. next yr. Bakah), perhaps
others, may have been 1651 at Marblehead, was rep. 1654, and d. by
shipwreck on voyage to Eng. not long after. JOHN, Haverhill, s. of
Robert, sw. alleg. 28 Nov. 1677, m. 28 Sept. 1688, Elizabeth Richardson,
perhaps d. of Joseph of Woburn, and rem. to Lynn. RICHARD, Providence,
perhaps s. of Thomas, by w. Sarah had Sarah, b. 11 Nov. 1687;
Mary, 24 May 1689; Ann, 11 Dec. 1690; Thomas, 6 Aug. 1693;
Abigail, 4 Dec. 1695; and Richard, 19 July 1698. ROBERT, Haverhill,
br. of John, came, it is said, from London 1642, bring. many ch.
was rep. 1647-53, had admin. on est. of br. John, and d. 27 Sept.
1658, in his will names oldest s. Job; Robert; John; Abraham; Daniel;
Moses Pingree, h. of his d. Abigail; John Osgood, wh. m. 15 Nov.
1653, his d. Mary; and Abraham Morrill, wh. had m. 10 June 1645,
his d. Sarah. He is strang. call. Rev. in Geneal. Reg. XIII. 118.--also,
aft. preced. ins. went to Eng. aft. d. of his br. John to look aft.
his prop. ROBERT, Haverhill, s. of the preced. m. 2 Apr. 1667,
Joanna Carr, perhaps d. of George, and had sec. w. a d. of John Fawne,
and d. 1712. He took o. of fidel. at the same time with Abraham,
Daniel, and John, his brs. SALMON, Boston, m. 13 June 1660, Joanna
Riland. SAMUEL, Boston, s. prob. eldest of Austin, m. 7 July 1657,
Hannah, d. of Maudit Ings or Inglis, wh. d 9 Apr. foll. By sec. w.
Deborah he had Augustine, b. 20 Apr. 1669; Samuel, 18 July 1670;
both bapt. 2 May 1675; Hannah, b. 5 Nov. 1673; and Rebecca, 7 July
1678. THOMAS, Providence 1645, is among, the freem. 1655, and was
too brave, or too old, to leave the place in Philip's war. by w. Elizabeth he
had Elizabeth and perhaps Richard, certain. s. Content. WILLIAM, Cambridge
1636, was unhappy with his w. separat. from her, and desir. div.
1656. But if her name was Martha, as is prob. he bec. free, by her d.
10 Dec. 1659, to m. 3 Apr. foll. Ann Taylor, and in 1672 gave to Daniel
Hudson all his est. on condit. of support for hims. and w. Ann for the
resid. of their lives. Even with Jackson's aid, as he ment. no ch. I am
not able to disting. him from ano. WILLIAM of Cambridge, call. jun. wh.
d. 16 July 1669. WILLIAM, Boston, ar. co. 1662, m. Mary, d. of
Joseph Rock, and of him I hear no more. With or without final s, and
without t in some fams. the name may be the same.

    CLESSON, MATTHEW, Northampton, an Irish serv. of one of the early
inhabs. m. 1670, Mary, d. of Nathaniel Phelps, had nine ch. of wh.
Mary, prob. eldest, d. 11 Dec. 1671, and ano. Mary, d. 15 Apr. 1687;
was freem. 1690, rem. to Deerfield, where live descend.

    CLEVERLY, JOHN, Braintree 1669, a blacksmith, freem. 1671, when
he was mem. of the first ch of Boston, and his name is pervert. to