Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p135

Volume 2, Page 135

    FABENS, FABIN or FABINS, JOHN, on a jury in New Hampsh. 1656,
m. perhaps, one of the ds. of Edward Gilman. Elizabeth came in the Elizabeth and
Ann 1635, aged 16, but we kn. not wh. was her f. Fabyan is a name in that
region, and John F., Esq. of the province d. 1757.

    FABER or FEBAR, JOSEPH, Boston 1637, a cooper, came in the
Elizabeth and Ann 1635, aged 26; was fined in Mar. 1638 for sell. wine
without license. His w. was a principal cause of the excommun. of Capt.
John Underhill, as with great particular. set forth in Winthrop I. 326. II. 15,
and in ch. rec. of 5 Mar. 1640.

    FACE, ROBERT, Charlestown, carpenter, d. 22 Jan. 1657, in his will, o;.
next Mar. gave all his prop. to John Fownell, the miller, with wh. he liv.

    FAIRBANKS, ELIEZUR, Medfield, s. of George, by w. Martha had Mary, b.
31 Oct. 1678; was of Sherborn, where he had Martha, 22 Jan. 1680; Lydia, 8
Mar. 1682; Martha, 9 Dec. 1684; Mercy, 18 Oct. 1688; and Eliezur, 29 Dec.
1690; and d. 1741. GEORGE, Dedham, s. of Jonathan, came, prob. from Yorksh.
Eng. with his f. and other ch. by w. Mary, had Mary, b. 10 Nov. 1647; George,
26 May 1650; Samuel, 28 Oct. 1652; Eliezur, 8 June 1665; Jonas, 23 Feb.
1657; was at Medfield, there had Jonathan, 1 May 1662; and Margaret, 27
June, 1664; was after of Sherborn; but at Medfield, says Barry, d. 10 Jan.