Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p104


Volume 2, Page 104

Jan. 1696; Richard, 5 June 1698, d. young; Daniel, 11 Apr. 1701, Y. C. 1720;
and Samuel, 1 Nov. 1702. He was a very valu. cit. and d. 20 May 1713 acc.
Geneal. Reg. XII. 334, while fam. tradit. gives 20 Apr. 1718, when Timothy,
Abigail, Elizabeth Ann, and Mabel, ch. of the first w. beside three s. and one d.
of the sec. were liv. Daniel, a judge of the Sup. Court of Conn. d. 6 Sept.
1765. ROBERT, Concord, came from London in the Hopewell, Capt. Babb, in
the autumn of 1635, aged 22, or he may be the same wh. seven days
earlier than his entry for Babb's sh. is, at the Lond. custom ho. certif. to
have tak. the o. of alleg. being aged 27, and to pass. to Virg. Possib.
only one man so nam. was in London. He by w. Christian, had at C. Sarah,
b. 12 Sept. 1640, d. in 2 wks.; Christian, 15 Mar. 1646, and sev. others,
prob. bef. as well as after. He was freem. 18 May 1642, d. early, for his
inv. was tak. 18 Dec. 1646. ROBERT, Salem, br. of Matthew, s. of that wid.
wh. m. Robert Hawes, and d. 1645, as in her will of 12 June in that yr.
is seen. SAMUEL, Northampton 1668, s. of Alexander of
the same, freem. 1690, had a fam. but details are not heard. THOMAS,
Salem, 1637, shoemaker, freem. 28 Feb. 1643, had there bapt. John, 6 June
1639, his w. being of the ch. bef. him; Joseph, 22 May 1642; and Joshua, 18
June 1643; and prob. rem. to Lynn, or Watertown, where he may have liv.
bef. sett. at S. THOMAS, Wethersfield, brot. Elizabeth wh. m. a 1645, John
Goodrich, was of Hartford 1648, engag. to rem. 1659, with other friends of
Goodwin, but went not, and in 1663 was by the Court ordered to oversee
the work upon bridges. His d. Ruth m. 20 June 1670, Samuel Hale the
, and d. 26 Dec. 1682, aged 30. THOMAS, Boston 1665, and sev. yrs.
after a master mariner, perhaps the same, maltreat. by the French at
Tortugas, 1674, ment. by Gov. Leverett, 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. X. 102. THOMAS,
Stonington 1667, m. Mary, perhaps d. of Henry Bridgham of Dorchester, d.
1693. TIMOTHY, min. of Windsor, H. C. 1691, s. of Richard bef. ment. m. 6
Nov. 1694, Esther, d. of Rev. Solomon Stoddard of Northampton, had Esther, b.
6 Aug. 1695; Elizabeth 14 Apr. 1697; Ann, 28 Apr. 1699; Mary, 11 Feb. 1701; Eunice, 20
Aug. 1705; Abigail, 25 Dec. 1707; Jerusha, 30 May 1710; Hannah, 8 Feb. 1713;
Lucy, 25 May 1715; and Martha, 5 Jan. 1718; beside ano. wh. was not a d. He
was ord. 1698, d. 27 Jan. 1758, less than two mos. bef. his s. Jonathan, the
disting. theolog. b. 5 Oct. 1703, Presid. of N. J. Coll. WILLIAM, Hartford
1639, but not freem. bef. 1658; he was brot. in childhood, says the fam.
tradit. by his mo. Ann, w. of James Cole, m. Agnes, wid. of William Spencer,
had only ch. Richard, bef. ment. b. May 1647. WILLIAM, Taunton 1643,
perhaps was at Lynn 5 yrs. after, but rem. to L. I. prob. at Easthampton
1650. WILLIAM, Marblehead 1668.

    EELLS, ELLS, EELS or EALES, JOHN, Dorchester, freem. 14 May 1634,
had Samuel, bapt. 3 May 1640; and rem. perhaps to Hingham first, but in
1645 to Newbury, there call. "beehive maker," d. 25 Nov. 1653, aged 78,
says Coffin, wh. ment. no w. or ch. NATHANIEL, Scituate, s. of Samuel, ord.
14 June 1704, m. 12 Oct. foll. Hannah North of Hingham, had Sarah, b. 5
Aug. 1705; Samuel, 23 Feb. 1707; John, 23