Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p223


Volume 2, Page 223

JOHN, Boston 1637, serv. in the Pequot war, for wh. Conn. made him
a gr. of 100 acres; m. Hannah, d. of Margaret Lake, a wid. wh. resid.
at John Winthrop's, had Hannah, b. 14 Aug. 1644; rem. to New London
1651, was s. of the preced. b. in Eng. prob. was of Taunton 1643, a
short time, rem. to Stonington, of wh. he was rep. Oct. 1665 and May
1667, had John, wh. bec. freem. 1673; Benadam, b. a. 1656; William,
1638; Christobel; Elizabeth; Mary; and Margaret; beside Esther, b. 21
July 1653, wh. m. 17 Dec. 1674, Henry Hodges of Taunton; and
Samuel, wh. d. prob. unm. He was one of the six capt. k. in the gr.
Narraganset swamp fight, 19 Dec. 1673, the hardest bat. of Philip's war,
when 80 were k. and 150 wound. of wh. many d. bef. relief could be had.
His comp. had many k. and wound. Hannah m. as his sec. w. 1672,
Stephen Gifford; Christobel m. Dec. 1677, Peter Crary; Elizabeth m.
Henry Stephens; and Mary m. John Cole of Boston. In 1704, Margaret was
unm. * JOHN, Stonington, eldest s. of the preced. m. Elizabeth d. of
Thomas Wheeler of the same, had John, and Thomas, both bapt. 30 Apr.
1682; Elizabeth 31 May 1685; Samuel, 9 Oct. 1687; Elizabeth again, 14 July
1689; Nathaniel, 3 July 1692; William, 26 May 1695; and Benjamin,
1 Nov. 1696. He was rep. 1685. JOSEPH, Dorchester, s. of Humphrey, was
of Turner's comp. in Philip's war. NATHANIEL, Boston, s. of John the first, b. in
Eng. m. 11 June 1652, Margaret Eveley, wh. in 1677, after his d. joined
with Samuel's wid. in sale of the island est. of their f. His will, of 7 Mar. 1676,
nam. s. Benjamin, and d. Susanna, w. of John Butler. SAMUEL, Boston,
br. of the preced. b. in Eng. m. 20 Jan. 1651, Mary Phillips, had Mary,
b. 4 Feb 1652; Hannah, 3 Sept. 1654; Samuel, 14 Feb. 1657; Mehitable, 5 Apr.
1659; freem. 1664; perhaps was of Turner's comp. in Philip's war, or may, more
prob. have sent his s. of same name; and he d. bef. 1677. SAMUEL, S. of the
preced. was prob. a soldier in Turner's comp. in Philip's war, and certain.
a capt. 1690, in the wild and sad expedit. of Sir William Phips against Quebec, fr.
wh. I kn. not that he ret. alive. He and his w. were of the ch. at Bristol in Feb. 1689.
WILLIAM, Stonington, s. of John first of the same, rn. 4 Jan. 1688, Sarah Chesebrough,
had Mary, bapt. 7 Apr. 1695; Hannah, 24 Apr. 1698; Temperance, 25 May 1701; and
Sarah; perhaps others earlier.

    GALLY, JOHN, Salem 1637, had then gr. of land, perhaps liv. on Beverly side,
where John, prob. his s. was freem. 1670. His wid. Florence
d. 1686, in 80th yr. His d. Elizabeth m. Osmund Trask, bore him five s. and
next m. John Giles, a. 1679, bore him one s. two ds.

    GALPIN, BENJAMIN, Woodbury, perhaps s. of Philip, by w. Rebecca
had Elizabeth bapt. Mar. 1683; Martha, Apr. 1685; Benjamin, May 1687,
d. at 17 yrs.; Rebecca, Nov. 1689; Joseph, Apr. 1693; Sarah, Feb.
1697; Rachel, Sept. 1699; Samuel, b. 6 Apr. 1703; and Thankful, 18
Oct. 1706. He d. 1731, and his wid. d. 1745. PHILIP, New Haven,
m. Elizabeth Smith, had Samuel, b. 17 July 1650; and Joseph, 17 June 1652;
rem. to Fairfield