Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p476


Volume 1, Page 476

    CROMPTON, SAMUEL, prob. a soldier, k. by the Ind. 1675, was,
no doubt, of a town in Co. Essex, since admin. was giv. 21 Dec. of
that yr. to his wid. Jane.

    CROMWELL, DAVID, Dover 1662, prob. s. of Philip, but may have
been br. GILES, Newbury, an early sett. whose w. d. 14 June 1648.
She was prob. mo. of all his ch. but he m. 10 Sept. 1648, Alice Wiseman,
wh. d. 6 June 1669, He had Argentine, wh. m. 25 Nov. 1662, Benjamin
; Dorothy, and Philip, prob. older, as well as Thomas; and,
perhaps, John; and d. 25 Feb. 1673. Dorothy d. at Salem 27 Sept.
1673, aged 67, as the gr.stone has it. JOHN, Newbury, b. a. 1636, may
have been s. of the preced. m. 2 Nov. 1662, Joan Butler. JOHN, Boston,
by w. Rebecca had Rebecca, b. 20 July 1654. JOHN, Salem, s. of
Philip of the same, had w. Hannah, but no ch. prob. His will, pro. 27
Sept. 1700, names none, but gives £30 to establ. sch. for poor ch. JOHN,
Dover, proh. s. of Philip of the same, m. 13 Jan. 1692, Elizabeth Thomas.
PHILIP, Salem 1647, s. of Giles,[1] b. in Eng. a. 1614, wheelwright, says
Felt; butcher, says Coffin; was freem. 1665; selectman 1671-5; had John,
bef. ment. by w. Dorothy, that had been wid. of Allen Kingston, wh. d. 28
Sept. 1673; by w. Mary, wid. Lemon, m. 19 Nov. 1674, wh. d. 14 Nov. 1683,
aged 72; and also third w. Margaret, nam. in his will, no ch. is kn. and he d. 30
Mar. 1693, aged 83. PHILIP, Dover 1657-74, m. Elizabeth d. of Thomas Laighton,
had Ann, b. 19 Aug. 1674; and was, prob. too old to have more, call. 74 in
1686. By former w. or ws. he, perhaps, had eno. ch. of wh. Sarah that
m. Timothy Wentworth may have been one. SAMUEL, Mass. freem. 3
Sept. 1634. THOMAS, Newbury 1637, then 20 yrs. old, s. of Giles,
rem. to Hampton 1639, was a physician, rem. to Salem; had w. Ann, s.
Thomas, wh. d. 16 Mar. 1663; and ds. Jane, wh. m. 19 Mar. 1666,
Jonathan Pickering and Ann, m. Benjamin Ager or Auger; next, 26
June 1672, m. David Phippen, and was liv. as his wid. Jan. 1714.
He left to the town of S. by his will L30. for a writ. sch. THOMAS,
Boston, mariner, styl. hims. of London, made a large fortune by
privateering, came hither to enjoy it, 1646, had w. Ann, d. Elizabeth and
d. bef. 10 Oct. 1649. His will of 29 Aug. was pro. 26 Oct. of that yr.
Winthrop II. 264, says he was brot. into the world by the Caesarian operat.
and never saw f. or mo. His wid. soon m. Robert Knight of Boston,
and shortly aft. his d. 1655, m. John Joyliffe. His d. Elizabeth m. 18 Aug.
1659, Richard Price. Sometimes the name in our rec. appears, as it
sound. Crumwell.

    CROOKER, DANIEL, Marshfield, perhaps s. of Francis, m. 20 Jan.
1682, Mary Bumpas. FRANCIS, Scituate, m. 1647, Mary Gaunt of
Barnstable, perhaps d. of Peter, rem. soon after 1648, it is thot. to
Marshfield. See Deane for curious note about his health. WILLIAM,
Stratford, an orig. propr. of wh. no more is kn. but that he liv. at New
Haven in 1647, sold to Henry Wakelyn, his ld.

    CROSBY, ANTHONY, Rowley 1643, surgeon, had Anthony, wh. was 23
yrs. old in 1659; Joseph, 25 in 1665; and prob. Hannah, wh. m. 1 Dec.
1655, John Johnson. Perhaps his wid. Prudence was sec. w. of Edward
Carlton. ANTHONY, Rowley, surgeon, s. of the preced. perhaps b. in