Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p367

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by Ch. J. Sewall, when he disparaging. ment. that he was "the first bur. with
the com. prayer book in B. that he kn. of," under date 5 Aug. 1686.

    HARROD, JOHN, Boston, had John, bapt. 4 May 1651, and perhaps by w. Rachel,
that Jeremiah, bapt. 8 June 1656. JOHN, Salem, m. 4 July 1659, but his w. is not told
in Essex Inst. II. 150, wh. names his ch. John, b. 10 Jan. 1661; and Jonathan, 16 Apr.
1662; both d. in few days aft. John, again, 28 Apr. 1664; Jonathan, again, 18 June
1666; David, 23 June 1668; and Alice, 28 Nov. 1672. JOHN, Warwick, m. 24 Dec.
1666, Elizabeth d. of John Cooke of the same. JOHN, Boston, perhaps s. of the first
John, by w. Susanna had Hannah, b. 31 Mar. 1687. THOMAS, Boston 1680,
when Mr. Drake says he was a juror in a sad witchcraft trial. Perhaps Harwood is
sometimes the true name.

    HART, EDMUND, Dorchester, came prob. in the Mary and John, 1630, rem. to
Weymouth, was freem. 14 May 1634, was liv. in 1664, and may be the man of
Westfield, k. by lightning 1673, whose s. Elisha d. 1683, infirm in mind, and
whose ds. were Sarah, w. of John Score; Martha, b. 12 Oct. 1640, w. of Edward
Neale; and one, w. of John Greet. EPHRAIM, Weymouth, perhaps br. of Edmund.
ISAAC, Watertown, came 1637, as serv. to Richard Carver, emb. at Yarmouth, was
from Scratby, a parish, next N. of Great Ormsby, in that vicin. but Mr. Drake in
Geneal. Reg. XIV. 326, makes it Scratley, aged 22; Lynn 1640, rem. to Reading
1647; had Elizabeth b. 11 Dec. 1651; Samuel, 19 Feb. 1657; and his d. Rebecca d. 1
June 1670. His d. Elizabeth m. 11 Dec. 1667, John Winborne at Malden. ISAAC, Lynn,
had w. charg. as a witch, 1692. JOHN, Salem 1637, came in the William and Francis,
emb. at London in Mar. 1632; went home, and came again, 1635, aged 40, With his w.
Mary, 31, in the James from London, was a shipwright, of Marblehead 1648, of Boston
1651, d. 1656, one of his latest acts being the harboring of a stranger, for wh. he was fin.
10s. His d. Judith m. Robert Ratchell, or Rachell, and next, 30 Nov. 1660, Thomas
Rease, or 3 Dec. 1663, Philip Bullis, both having rec. evidence of such union with the
wid. JOHN, s. of Stephen, perhaps brot. from Eng. with his f. rem. to Farmington, and
was freem. of Conn. 1654, had Sarah, bapt. 23 Oct. 1653; John, 1655; and Stephen,
1657; in wh. yr. all the fam. exc. hims. and s. John, wh. was abs. that night, were burnt
with his ho. He d. 1666, but his s. John took devise of est. in 1683, under the
will of gr.f. JOHN, Portsmouth 1665. JONATHAN, Salem, m. Nov. 1671, Lydia,
d. of the first John Neal, had Lydia, b. 5 Jan. foll.; Jonathan, 14 Apr. 1673; and
John, 6 June 1675; unless there be error in figures of Essex Inst. II. 153. JOSEPH, Lynn,
m. 24 June 1684, Ruth Chadwell. LAWRENCE, Newbury, m. 12 Feb. 1679, Dorothy
Jones, had Lucy, b. 31 Dec. 1679; Mary, 17 July 1681, d. in few days; Ann, 20 Sept.
1682, d. young; Charles, 12 May 1684; Ann, again, 12 Oct. 1685; Lawrence, 16 Apr.
1687; and John, 18 Apr. 1689. NATHANIEL, Ipswich, 1636. NICHOLAS, Taunton
1643, excom. there, came to Boston and next yr. or the foll. was the occasion of excom.
of Sarah, w. of Benjamin Keayne, d. of Gov. Thomas Dudley. RICHARD, Portsmouth,
R. I. had Alice 7 Apr. 1687, George Pierce, and perhaps other ch. SAMUEL, Lynn
1640, had Mary, who d. 20 Sept. 1657; Hannah, b. Apr. 1657; Joseph, 10 Apr.
1659; Abigail, 15 Nov. 1660; John, 3 Aug. 1666, d. at 14 mos.; Rebecca, 27
Jan. 1668; Ezekiel, 28 Apr. 1669, d. in few days; and his w.