Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p353


Volume 2, Page 353

preced. by w. Judith, who d. 15 Aug. 1759, had Mary, b. 1694; Sarah, 1695;
Judith, early in 1698; Elizabeth 4 Oct. 1699; Thomas, 1702; Hepzibah, 1704; John,
1707; Huldah, 10 Feb. 1709; and Joseph, 1714; and ano. ch. not named; and d.
4 Oct. 1763, hav. had, it is said, 92 208 gr. and 4 gr. gr.

    HARBERT or HERBERT, HENRY, Charlestown 1653, m. 9 June 1668, Elizabeth
George, and d. 22 Oct. 1677. His d. Catharin m. 3 or 30 July 1701, Jonathan Dowse.
JOHN, Salem, a shoemaker, came n the Abigail, 1635, aged 23, was from Northampton,
Eng. had gr. of ld. at S. 1637, perhaps there had Mary; but is better writ. Herbert.
JOHN, Braintree, freem. 2 June 1641, by w. Jael, d. of the first
Richard Thayer prob. had sev. ch. of wh. John was of full age bef. 1657; Mary,
b. 1 Mar. 1656; and Hannah, 29 Jan. 1658. A former Hannah had d. 30 Apr. 1657.
In some rec. his name is Harbour. He was an active merch. going to W. I. and
back 1645 and 6. SYLVESTER, Boston, m. 21 Sept. 1652, Lucy Adams, had Samuel,
b. 12 June 1653.

    HARBOUR, BENJAMIN, Hartford, m. a. 22 Aug. 1644, Christian
Nethercoot, and many yrs. after, a sec. w. Jane, but had no ch. was freem.
1656, and d. after 1685. He wrote his name, in advanced yrs. Harbert.

    HARCHER, WILLIAM, Lynn 1636, rem. a. 1640, to Southampton, L. I. but
may have come back and d. at L. 1661. Lewis. Perhaps the same name as Harker,
Hacker, or Hacket.

    HARCUTT, HARKER or HARKETT, RICHARD, Warwick, among freem.
1655, and of him is kn. that he m. Elizabeth d. of Robert Potter of the same, rem.
to L. I. His ch. were Daniel, Isabel, Elizabeth Mary, Meribah, Mercy, Dorothy,
Sarah, and Benjamin; but their names are obt. thro. a will of Robert Potter's
sec. w. so that the order of succession may not be obs. He is thot. to
have been s. of a sis. of Francis Weston, at least he succeed. to the est.
of W. wh. left no issue. Of four of the ds. we kn. the m.Isabel to
Thomas Wicks; Elizabeth to Thomas Young; Mary to Edward Ketchum; and
Meribah to George Townsend. Perhaps the name was Harcourt.

    HARD, JOHN, Dover 1648, may have been of Marblehead 1669.
This name may be the same as Hurd.

    HARDEN or HARDIN, EDWARD, Gloucester, a soldier of capt.
Gardner's comp. wound. in the gr. swamp fight, 19 Dec. 1675. JOHN,
Gloucester, had liv. at Weymouth, but m. at G. 22 Apr. 1652, the wid. of
Walter Tybbot, was a selectman 1664. RICHARD, Boston 1677.

    HARDIER, RICHARD, Braintree, freem. 1648, d. 27 Dec. 1657. His will made
9 days bef. provides for w. Elizabeth for John Hardier, or his d. Mary after d. of
Richard's w. The will of Elizabeth his wid. of 1 June 1664, pro. 6 Oct. foll.
provides for Elizabeth d. of her d. Saunders, w. of Martin.

    HARDING or HARDEN, ABRAHAM, Dedham, early sett. perhaps had