Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p60


Volume 1, Page 60

of the preced. m. 23 Nov. 1669, Frances, youngest d. of William Waddell,
had John, b. 28 June 1671; Joseph, 28 Oct. 1673; William, 18
July 1676; Susanna, 1 Jan. 1679, d. at 19 yrs.; Mary, 16 June 1681, d.
young; Sarah, 1 Oct. 1683, d. next yr.; Elizabeth 14 Sept. 1686; Alice, 26
Apr. 1689; and Samuel, 8 Oct. 1691. As he took sec. w. 3 Jan. 1694,
Susanna, d. of John Alborow, it may be that his former w. was misrepr.
as wid. of his f. By this w. he had Albro, 25 Sept. 1694; Sarah, 1 Aug.
1697; and John 16; Feb. 1699; and d. 20 Oct. 1715. JOSEPH, Portsmouth
R. I. br. of the preced. m. 5 Apr. 1676 Mary, d. of Thomas Wait,
had John, b. 10 Sept. 1678; Joseph, 19 May 1682; Susanna, 24 Oct.
1684; and Thomas, wh. d. young.

    ANTRAM, OBADIAH, Salem, s. of Thomas of the same, left good
est. to w. Martha, d. of the first John Baker of Ipswich of wh. no ch.
is ment. when he was lost at sea, 1664, on voyage to Nevis or other
W. I. isl. THOMAS, Salem, came in the James from Southampton,
1635, arr. at Boston, 3 June, is called a weaver of Salisbury, Co.
Wilts, in the Ship's clearance; had gr. of ld. 1637, was of the ch.
1639, freem. 18 May 1642; d. 1663; had bapt. Obadiah, 7 June 1640;
Mary, 16 July 1643; and John, 29 Mar. 1646. Perhaps Hannah A. wh.
m. 8 Nov. 1658, Isaac Burnap, was d. of Thomas.

    APPLEBY, THOMAS, Rye, 1662--72, perhaps d. 1690 at Woodbury.

    APPLEGATE, JOHN, Gravesend, L. I. 1650, with Elizabeth perhaps his mo.
it may be wid. of Thomas, and prob. bis s. John, was of Oyster bay 1685.
He bot. ho. and ld. 1662, at Fairfield, and there was liv. in 1670, as the
Conn. jurisdict. could not be preserv. at L. I. One of the name was at
F. 1697; and a John A. made his will 1704 nam. no ch. but giv. est.
to his w. Avis, and br. Thomas A. and his ch. A John was complain.
of at Milford for sell. liquor; and Bartholomew A. at the same time.
THOMAS, Weymouth 1635, was licens. to keep ferry to Braintree, but
next yr. turned out; had w. Elizabeth whose tongue was sentenc. by the ct.
to be confin. by cleft stick.

    APPLETON, ISAAC, Ipswich, s. of the sec. Samuel of the same (by his
sec. w.), m. Priscilla, d. of Thomas Baker of Topsfield, and gr.d. of dep.
gov. Symonds, had Priscilla, b. 1697; Mary, 1701; Isaac, 1704; Elizabeth
Martha; Rebecca, and Joanna; and he d. 1747. Of this only s. Isaac,
wh. had many s. descend. the venerable Jesse, Dart. Coll. 1792, Presid.
of Bowdoin, and he was gr.f. of the brs. Samuel, Nathan, and Ebenezer,
as also of their cous. William, all disting. merch. of Boston, wh. are of the
thirteenth generat. from John of Great Waldingfield in Co. Suffolk, wh.
d. 1414, the remotest kn. ancest. of the fam. * JOHN, Ipswich, eldest s. of
Samuel, the progenit. was b. 1622 at Little Waldingfield in Co. Suff. and
brot. at the age of thirteen yrs. by his f. m. Oct. 1651, Priscilla, d. of the
Rev. Jose Glover, wh. d. 1638, on his passage to our country to estab. the
first print. press, had John, b. 17 Oct. 1652; Samuel; Priscilla, 1657,