Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p124

Volume 2, Page 124

Hannah, b. 2 Mar. 1639, bapt. 6 Sept. 1640, had join. the ch. one day bef.;
Mary, Nov. 1644. Sometimes his name is Maded Inglyss, or Engles; and in
Geneal. Reg. V. 398, 468, was transmut. to Jugs. His will of Nov. 1684 is
sign. Madett Engs. That doc. makes excor. his s. Samuel, names d.-in-law
Mary, and Madet, Samuel, Nathaniel, and Mary. Perhaps that d.-in-law
Mary, was the wid. Engs, wh. m. 14 Dec. 1688, Joshua Lee. * PHILIP,
Salem, s. of John of the Isle of Jersey, there bapt. 30 June 1651, a merch.
m. 1 Sept. 1675, Mary, d. of Richard Hollingworth, suffer. very much in the
blind ferocity against witchcraft. His w. was the greater sufferer, and liv.
very few yrs. after escape. This was manag. with equal skill and firmness
by Rev. Joshua Moody, then min. with Willard, at the O. S. ch. in Boston.
See the admirable note in Eliot's Biogr. Dict. tit. Moody. By Mary he had
seven ch., Philip, b. 4 Sept. 1684; William, 23 May 1679, d. young; Mary,
21 Feb. 1677; and Susanna, 5 July 1683; Names of the rest are unkn. and
William, again, 7 Apr. 1690, wh. d. bef. his f. Ebenezer, 21 Apr. 1694. Mary m.
William Brown; and Susanna m. John Touzell, both prob. from Jersey. He had
sec. w. Sarah wid of the sec. Samuel Ingersoll, m. 1698, by her had only John,
wh. as well as William, was capt. of a vessel, own. by his f. and d. bef. him,
was rep. 1700, one of the contribut. to first Episc. ch. 1734, and d. 1740.
He reckon. his damage by the persec. at £1500, and was allow. a. 20 yrs.
later £300. His f. was prob. a Huguenot, and his own name, at bapt. was
Philippe L'Anglois, but he was brot. to the font by Sir Philip Carteret. To an
excel. tract in Hist. Coll. of the Essex Inst. may be refer. all further inq. The
writer corrects Dr. Bentley's date for his d. wh. was 1736, aged 86, but, the
two last yrs. of his life, his mind was infirm. THOMAS, Plymouth, one of the
passeng. in the Mayflower 1620, d. in the gen. sickness early next spring, leav. no
n. nor ch. He had been a sailor, says Bradford, hired by the pilgrims. * WILLIAM,
Ipswich 1638, shoemaker, freem. 21 Sept. 1642, rep. 1646 and 7, rem. to
Hampton 1639, for short time, but went back to I. may be the same wh. was
adm. at Boston 1652, and made a constable 1656; with w. Sarah, join. our
first ch. on 15 Mar. 1663.

    ENO, EANNO, ENNO or ENNOE, JAMES, Windsor 1646, m. 18 Aug. 1648, Ann
, had Sarah, b. 15 bapt. 17 June 1649; James, 30 Oct. bapt. 2 Nov. 1651; and
John, 2 Dec. 1654. His w. d. 1657, he had sec. w. 5 Aug. 1658, wid. of Thomas
, wh. d. 7 Oct. 1679; and he m. 29 Apr. 1680, Esther, wid. of James Eggleston.
He d. 11 June 1682. Sarah m. 1667, Benajah Holcomb. Some of his descend.
chang. the name to Enos. Col. Roger Enos, of the army 1776, was one.
JAMES, Windsor, s. of the preced. m. 26 Dec. 1678, Abigail, d. of Samuel
, had James, b. 23 Sept. 1679; Ann, 10 Apr. 1682; William, 15 Dec.
1684; Abigail, 1 Mar. 1687; Mary, 3 May 1691; John, 5 Jan. 1693; Samuel,
7 July 1696; Susanna, 16 May 1699; and David, 12 Aug. 1702, and d.
16 July 1714. His wid. d. Mar. 1728. JOHN, Windsor, br. of the preced. m. 10
May 1681, Mary, d. of Ebenezer Dibble, had Mary, b. 12 Oct. 1682; Martha, 6 Apr.
1685; Sarah; and Ann.

    ENOS, JOHN, Westerly 1680.

    ENOW, THOMAS, Falmouth 1689. Willis, I. 191.

    ENSDELL. See Hinsdale.

    ENSIGN, DAVID, Hartford, s. of James, m. 22 Oct. 1663, Mehitable, d.
of Thomas Gunn, had David, b. 16 Nov. 1664; James, 8 May 1666; Thomas, 7
Dec. 1668; Sarah, 22 Jan. 1672; and Mary 26 Jan. 1675. After his w. had
been (for his ill-conduct) divorc. she bec. 1685, sec. w. of Isaac Sheldon
of Northampton. His s. James well perpet. the name. JAMES, Cambridge 1634,
freem. 4 Mar. 1635, rem. a 1639 to Hartford,