Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p281


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again, 15 May 1697, d. soon; and Samuel, again, 1 Sept. 1699; d. 26 June
1705. The s. John was prob. H. C. 1702, unless the scholar were his cous. b.
the summer bef. him. The name was perpet. by the s. of one SAMUEL,
Roxbury, br. of the preced. carpenter, m. 28 Aug. 1672 Elizabeth d. of John
Weld, had Abigail, b. 29 May 1673, d. soon; John, bapt. 10 Nov. 1678, d. 1679;
Samuel, 20, bapt. 23 Oct. 1681; John, again, 22 June 1683; Thomas, 16, bapt.
22 Aug. 1686, d. at 3 yrs.; Obadiah, 13, bapt. 15 July 1688; was freem. 1690,
and d. 4 July 1692.

    GOREN or GORING, HENRY, Windsor, had William, b. 13
Oct. 1679, next yr. aband. his fam. and his w. was, after 5 yrs. divorc. The
s. went, in 1710, to Eng. in vain pursuit of est.

    GORGES, ROBERT, s. of Sir Ferdinando, in Sept. 1693, came over and sat down
with sev. fams. at Weymouth, but they were soon willing, to go home, and perhaps very
few, if any, contin. for a sec. yr. THOMAS, York, cous. of the preced. neph. of
Sir F. came in 1640, was first mayor of the corpo. but went home after
three yrs. Winthrop II. 9. In Hutch. I. 176, is a strange tradit. that he came
back and d. here. WILLIAM, Saco, ano. neph. of Sir F. deput. with full
authority for his governm. of Somersetsh. i. e. all the coast betw. the
Kennebeck and Piscataqua riv. came over in 1635, and on new-year's day,
25 Mar. 1636, held his court; but, I imagine, he was soon tired of his
office, and went home. See Chalmers, Polit. Ann. 472-4.

    GORHAM, GORUM or GORAM, JAMES, Barnstable, s. of John, m. 24 Feb. 1674,
Hannah, d. of Thomas Huckins, had Desire, b. 9 Feb. 1675; James, 6 Mar. 1677;
Experience, 28 July 1678; John, 2 Aug. 1680; Mehitable, 20 Apr. 1683, bapt. 16 Sept.
foll.; Thomas, 16 Dec. 1684, bapt. 26 July foll.; Mercy, 22 Nov. 1686, d.
young; Joseph, 25 Mar. bapt. 2 June 1689; Jabez, 6 Mar. bapt. 10 May 1691;
Sylvanus, 13 Oct. 1693, bapt. 17 June foll.; and Ebenezer, 14 Feb. bapt. 26
Apr. 1696. His w. d. 13 Feb. 1727. JOHN, Plymouth, s. of Ralph, b. in Eng.
bapt. at Benefield, Northamptonsh. 28 Jan. 1621, m. 1643, Desire, eldest d.
of John Howland, the Pilgrim of the Mayflower, had Desire, b. 2 Apr. 1644;
rem. to Marshfield, where he had been, perhaps, bef. had there
Temperance, 5 May 1646; Elizabeth 2 Apr. 1648; James, 2 or 28 Apr. 1650; and
John, 20 Feb. 1652; rem. to Yarmouth, there had Joseph, 16 Feb. 1654; rem.
last to Barnstable, there had Jabez, 3 Aug. 1656; Mary, 20 Jan. 1659;
Lydia, 11 Nov. 1661; Hannah, 28 Nov. 1663; and Shubael, 21 Oct. 1667; was
capt. in Philip's war, d. on serv. of fever 5 Feb. 1676 at Swanzey. His d.
Desire m. 7 Oct. 1 John Hawes; s. Jabez was wound. in Philip's war; and bec.
a propr. of Bristol, there, in Feb. 1689, have w. and four ch. the wid. d. 13
Oct. 1683; d. Mary m. sec. George Denison, and Lydia m. 11 Jan. 1684,
John Thacher. JOHN, Barnstable, s. of the preced. m. 24 Feb. 1675,