Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p234


Volume 2, Page 234

John, 1651; Mary, 1655; and Richard; beside Lydia, 10 Oct. 1659. Deane supposes
him to have been s. of the preced. in wh. he must be mistaken; but may be
nearer to prob. in think. him that Richard wh. d. at Boston, 29 Mar.
1662. RICHARD, Scituate, youngest s. of the preced. m. 1695, Persis,
d. of Capt. Michael Pierce, had ds. Ann, and Deborah; and s. John, b.
1706. ROBERT, Boston, by w. Mary had John, b. 2 June 1643; Robert;
Mary; and Sarah; all ment. in his will of 27 Nov. 1660, in wh.
he says "being bound on a voyage to Barbados;" yet he liv. prob. some
yrs. after that. In the deed of Boston est. to him, he is styled Garret,
alias Bentcher. His s. John, says Deane, had only s. Richard, b. 1689.

    GARRETSON, JOHN, Boston, m. 5 Dec. 1659, Alice Willey, perhaps
d. of Isabel.

    GARRISON or GARRESEN, EDWARD, Boston, m. 29 Aug. 1660, Joan

    GARROLD, HENRY, Boston, a tanner, 1639, had bot. in Nov. preced.
ho. of James Hawkins, that had been Mr. Brenlon's.

    GARVEN, JOHN, Salem, was drown. 5 Feb. 1662, and his posthum. d.
Elizabeth was b. 26 July.

    GASCOYNE, GASKIN or GASKELL, EDWARD, Salem, shipwright, had
gr. of ld. 1637, by w. Sarah had Samuel, bapt. 7 Aug,. 1639; Daniel, 10
Oct. 1640; Sarah, 14 May 1643; Hannah, 1 Mar. 1646; and Edward, 30 Apr.
1648. Sarah, m. 24 May 1661, Peter Joy. SAMUEL, Salem, s. prob. of the
preced. m. 30 Dec. 1662, Provided, d. of Lawrence Southwick, had Samuel,
b. 23 Jan. 1664; Edward, 22 Oct. 1667; Hannah, 2 Jan. 1670; and Provided,
22 Apr. 1672; was punish. 1658, for his curiosity or depravity in attend. a Quaker meet.
He had s. John, wh. a. 9 Oct. 1686, perhaps few days old; and his w. Elizabeth d.
18 of the same. The Salem rec. also certif. that by w. Elizabeth he had
Elizabeth b. 13 May 1688; where we can see that an error of date is giv.
unless he had sec. w. of the same name as the first. But he could certain.
not be f. of that temporary dweller in Cambridge or Charlestown
nam. SAMUEL, wh. was after of New Haven, m. very likely as sec. w. 20
July 1687, Elizabeth Sherman, d. of John, but whether the min. or the capt.
is by Bond left uncert. Yet we may easily presume that between the
two Samuels there is confus. tho. we may be very sure that no Quaker
would then have been permit. to m. a d. of either Capt. or Rev. John S.
It was clear. the d. of Rev. John that m. at mature age after her f.'s d.
Samuel G. a thriving merch. of New Haven, had prob. Samuel and
Mary perhaps by former w. and he had bapt. at Watertown, John, 30
Nov. 1690; and d. 1706. His inv. was of 20 Jan. foll. and Sherman's d.
Elizabeth was admin. SAMUEL, Stratford, s. of the preced. d. soon after
his f. leav. w. Abigail half his est. beside provis. in case she were
pregnant, and residue to sis. Mary, by his will of 31 Jan. 1707.

Marblehead 1668-1674. JOHN, Salem 1637, aged a. 26, was of Marblehead
1648. He may have been the f. of that John, a soldier in Beers's comp.
wh. fell 4 Sept. 1675, with his leader, at Squakeag fight. JONATHAN,
Marblehead 1674, rem. to Portsmouth, R. L and there m. 5 Mar. 1683,