Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p191


Volume 2, Page 191

aged 39. Possib. this may be the freem. from Roxbury. THOMAS,
Billerica, one of the early Bapt. was serv. d. 20 Apr. 1682, says
Farmer; and he thot. he might be the Braintree man. TIMOTHY,
Dorchester, s. of Edward, sold part of his paternal est. at Scituate,
m. 13 Oct. 1663, Ruth, d. of Thomas Tileston, wid. of Richard Denton,
by wh. (wh. d. 3 Dec. 1677), he had Ruth, b. 4 Aug. 1664; Elizabeth 8
Sept. 1667, d. soon; Naomi, 11 Feb. 1669; Hatherly, 22 Sept. 1671;
Rebecca, 1675; he m. 9 Mar. 1681, sec. w. Relief, wid. of John
Dowse of Charlestown, had Timothy, b. 8 Jan. 1682; Edward, 22 Jan.
1683; Prudence, 3 Dec. 1684; Thomas, 3 Nov. 1686; and Elizabeth again, 13
Oct. 1688; and d. 16 Dec. of the same yr. Many of the name at D. are
of his descend. but Hatherly went to Scituate, there m. and his
descend. still enjoy the est. that was his gr.f.'s. His f. made his
will the day bef. his d. leav. w. Relief extrix. wh. m. Henry
Leadbetter. WILLIAM, Ipswich, prob. s. of Reginald, perhaps came bef.
his f. in the Hercules 1634, for he had gr. of land there 1635, says
Felt; was disarmed Nov. 1637, as a follower of Wheelwright, and
supporter of Mrs. Hutchinson, yet nam. with prefix of respect; and was
in Sept. foll. "inform. that we conceive him not fit to life with us;
therefore he was admonished to depart bef. the Gen. Court in Mar.
next." Yet he may have, like not a few of his associate misbeliev.
made his peace or been too much respected for his est. and thot. less
dangerous soon after, and perhaps was of Rowley 1661, freem. 1677.
WILLIAM, Newport 1639, with prefix of respect. WILLIAM, Salem 1638,
sold his est. there 1641, and may possib. be either of the preced. but
I think it more likely, rem. to Saco, for his br.-in-law Christopher
Hobbs was by Court appoint. to admin. there his est. WILLIAM, Boston
1644, had w. Susanna, rem. I think in a short time to Charlestown,
where he was adm. of the ch. Aug. 1652, m. sec. w. Ann, d. of William
Brackenbury, had beside the Isaac, H. C. 1671; and Richard, b. 10,
bapt. 16 Aug. 1663, bef. ment.; John, b. 15 July 1656, wh. d. 18 Dec.
1659; Ann, bapt. 5 Sept. 1658; Mary, 6 May 1660; Elizabeth 5, bapt. 9 Apr.
1665; Deborah, bapt. 1 Mar. 1668, d. soon; and John, again, 12 Aug.
1666. Being an enterpris. merch. he was taken, with one of his s. by a
Barbary corsair on the coast of Spain. From that captiv. his restor.
is attribut. in the Magn. III. 183, to the untimely d. of the Dey,
caus. by imprecat. of our Apostle Eliot. He d. 8 May 1698, aged 80,
and his wid. d. 22 Sept. 1714 in 86th yr. Ann m. Eleazer Phillips; Mary
m. James Smith, and next, Timothy Phillips; and Elizabeth m. a Goose, perhaps
the sec. William of the same as his sec. w. WILLIAM, New Hampsh. 1644.
Twenty of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at Harv. and forty-two at
other N. E. coll.

    FOULFOOT, THOMAS, came in the Christian, 1635, aged 22, but
where he liv. is unkn.

    FOUNTAIN, AARON, New London 1680, m. Susanna, d. of Samuel