Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p224


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1657, thence to Rye. SAMUEL, Stratford 1685, s. prob. of the preced. m. 22
Mar. 1677, Esther, d. of John Thompson of the same, had Esther, 1678, wh.
with the mo. d. soon.

    GALSEY, WILLIAM, Marblehead 1633, fisherman. This may be the
same name as foll.

    GALT, WILLIAM, Salem, d. bef. 1669, says Essex Inst. II. 96; but as
the name never appears in other place, I have doubt of the spell.

    GALUSHA, DANIEL, Chelmsford 1691, or earlier, rem. to Dunstable,
had Rachel, and Daniel; said to be of Dutch orig. His ho. was a garrison,
burned by the Ind. 1706, when Rachel was k. Belkn. I. 173.

Roxbury, s. of Robert, sec. of that name, m. 11 Feb. 1678, Obedience,
wid. of Philip Curtis. d. of John Holland of Dorchester, had Hannah, b.
2 Oct.1678; Benjamin, 28 Sept. 1680, d. soon; Benjamin, again, 20
Oct. 1681, bapt. (with sis. Hannah) on 26 Aug. 1688, H. C. 1702, wh.
was couns. of N. H. 1732-7, and prefer. to spell his name Gambling;
Robert, 16 Dec. 1684, d. in two wks.; and Obedience, 31 July 1687, d.
in few days; was freem. 1690, but perhaps rem. for d. of neither h. nor
w. is found on rec. ROBERT, Concord, came when and how is beyond
conject. unless it were with Robert, junr. was made freem. 14 May
1634, prob. then liv. at Roxbury, where his d. Mary, wh. had been
domesticat. in Pynchon's fam. d. of small pox 1633. He was bur. at C. 7
Sept. 1642, but why he went thither, or if he had any fam. or not, we are
ign. ROBERT, Roxbury, call. junr. prob. f. of the preced. came in the
William and Francis, early in 1632, with Rev. Thomas Welde, bring
w. Elizabeth and her ch. John Mayo, by former h. had Elizabeth b. 24 June 1634;
Joseph, 8 Mar. says the town rec. but that of the ch. has 16 Dec. 1636,
I bur. 30 Nov. 1653; Benjamin, bef. ment. 20 Aug. 1639; and Mary, 6
Mar. 1641, wh. m. 27 May 1663, Thomas Baker, freem. 3 Sept. 1634.
His will of 3 Aug. 1663, pro. 28 Jan. foll. calls hims. "late of R." but
ment. no other place, and speaks of lds. and houses in R. names w. Elizabeth
ch. Benjamin and s.-in-law Isaac Genery. The wid. d. 1681.

    GAMMON, PHILIP, Casco, fisherman, m. bef. 1690, Mary, eldest d. of
John Parrott, in 1734 was of Portsmouth. Willis I. 210, 213. ROBERT,
Pemaquid, 1674 took o. of fidel.

    GANNETT, JOSEPH, Scituate, s. of Matthew the first, m. 17 Jan. 1677,
Ruth, d. of Isaac Buck, as Geneal. Reg. IX. 316, gives the name, but
the transcript. was wrong, as was kn. by the facts in Deane, support. by
Col. rec. of wh. I have inspect. the orig. proving that the m. of Buck's
d. was with Joseph Garrett (not Gannett); and this man m. wid. Sharpe,
had Hannah, b. 1684; Joseph, 1686; Matthew, 1688; Deborah, 1690;
and Joseph, again, 1693; the f. d. bef. his f. wh. in his will provides for
I these two grs. by est. at Bridgewater. MATTHEW, Scituate 1651, but
had, says Deane, been first at Hingham; had s. Matthew, Joseph, bef.