Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p115


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and all the ch. were liv. Elizabeth m. 23 Dec. 1680, Nathaniel Loomis; and Mary
same day, Daniel Loomis. Jonathan m. 1693, Sarah Grant, and ran over
80 yrs.; Job m. 1695, Mary Trumbull; John m. 9 Dec. 1696, Esther, d. of
Daniel White of Hatfield. Thomas had a w. and childr. Oliver, Ch. J. of the
U. S. and f.
of the late Gov. of Conn. wh. d. 26 Nov. 1807, was a descend.
JOSIAH, Windsor, s. of the preced. m. 30 Oct. 1679, Martha, d. of Samuel
, had Martha, b. 1 Oct. 1680; Elizabeth 1683; Mary, 1687; Josiah, 1691;
Abigail, 1694; Samuel, 1697; and Joseph, 1701. Twelve of this name have
been gr. at N. E. coll.

    ELMER or ELLMER, EDWARD, Cambridge, came in the Lion, arr. 16
Sept. 1632, as in 4 Mass. Hist. Coll. I. 94, appears; went early to Hartford, of
wh. he was one of the orig. proprs. there had John, b. a. 1645; Samuel,
bapt. 21 Mar. 1647; Elizabeth 15 July 1649; and Edward, 1654; rem. on the gr.
schism in the Hartford ch. to Northampton, there had Joseph, 1656, wh. d.
July of next yr.; Mary, 1658; and he rem. to Windsor, on E. side of the riv.
there had Sarah, a. 1664. He was k. by the Ind. in Philip's war, 1676. Of his
w. we kn. not the name, nor m. and progeny of the s. or either of them, nor of the
ds. exc. that Elizabeth wh. had been m. was then d. but all the other ch. exc. Joseph, were
liv. and that John, Samuel, and Edward liv. at W. where John d. 24 Dec.
1711, leav. s. John. Six of this name, some writ. it Elmore, prob. descend.
had, in 1828, been gr. at N. J., Union, and Middlebury Coll. as Farmer

    ELSE or ELZIE, ELISHA, Newbury, freem. 1673. NICHOLAS, New Haven
1639, m. as sec. w. Hannah, wid. of Robert Coe of Stratford, had Samuel, b.
1666, wh. d. in 10 days; gave at his d. 20 Dec. 1691, all his prop. to w. and
her ch. She d. 2 Apr. 1702. ROGER, Yarmouth 1643, had John, bapt. at
Barnstable, 15 Apr. 1649; adm. to be inhab. of Boston June 1654; rem. to
Charlestown 1658, d. 25 Dec. 1668, leav. wid. Jane, wh. m. a Bullard. A
John E. d. at Boston 31 Dec. 1702.

    ELSON, ELSEN or ELSING, ABRAHAM, Wethersfield, may have been
there 10 yrs. but d. May 1648, leav. two ds. young, no s. His wid. m. next
yr. Jarvis Mudge. JAMES, Charlestown, by w. Sarah, perhaps d. of John Hayman,
m. 13 Oct. 1668, wh. d. 28 Mar. 1680, aet. 38, had James, bapt. 28 July 1672; and
Abigail, 28 June 1674. He was, says tradit. master of a ship, tak. in 1678, or 9, by a pirate
of Algiers, and perhaps d. in slavery. JOHN, Wethersfield, perhaps br. of Abraham, m. a
wid. wh. had s. Benjamin, and Job, and John, had no ch. of his own, left
good est. to the mo. and boys, d. prob. at same time with Abraham, the inv.
of John being tak. only a few days after the inferior one of A. His wid. m.
Thomas Wright. JOHN, Wells, freem. 1653, may have been the man at
Cradock's planta. 1631, call. Elston in Winthrop; forc. by the Ind. hostil. 1675
to Salem, where he d. 1685, leav. wid. and six ch. Felt. One was, prob. Dinah,
wh. m. 2 Jan. 1691, Stephen Ingalls; and the youngest was, by w. Joanna,
Benjamin, b. 20 May 1683, unless his f. John be thot. s. of the preced. RICHARD,
Charlestown, br. of James. SAMUEL, Salem, by w. Mary had Mary, b. 10 Nov.
1686; Samuel, 27 July 1689; and Sarah, 7 Oct. 1692. Perhaps he was s. of John.
WILLIAM, Charlestown, a. 1659, had James, Thomasin, and Richard, but
when either was b. or wh. was their mo. is unkn. He left wid. Elizabeth and d.
Thomasin m. David Harris.

    ELTHAN, WILLIAM, Woburn, had Hannah, b. 14 May 1690.