Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p371


Volume 2, Page 371

1665; Henry, 23 Feb. 1667; Hannah, 17 Jan. 1669; Elizabeth again, 17 May 1671; and
Henry, again, 2 Jan. 1674; rem. to Casco 1675; had command of the forces there
bef. 1683, then went back to Boston. Willis, I. 141, 181. JAMES, Boston, of
wh. I kn. no more but that his f. William, of Biddeford, in Devon, sent over,
in 1655, to collect what was due to this s. so that it may seem he was then
d. JOHN, Boston 1645, freem. 1649, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth bapt. 17 Mar. 1650,
a. 4 days old; Hezekiah, 27 Apr. 1653, d. next yr.; Hannah, 6 Mar. 1655. He
was a merch. call. taylor on adm. of our ch. 25 Dec. 1647; perhaps s. of first
treasr. sold his est. 1657, to br. Thomas Scottow, went home,and in 1677 was
of London, but directing his s. John in import. operat. My suspicion is
strong, that his name being sometimes spoken quick, became Harrod in some
ears. JOHN, Boston, s. prob. of the preced. by w. Hannah had John, b. 7 June
1677. JOHN, New London, s. of George, bef. ment. had John, who d. 1726,
without issue, and was the last of the name at that place. NATHANIEL, Boston,
by w. Elizabeth had William, b. 28 Mar. 1665. Perhaps he rem. to Concord, and was
freem. of 1690. ROBERT, Boston, baker, by w. Joanna had Thomas, b. 31 Jan.
1674. THOMAS, Boston, m. 7 July 1654, wid. Rachel Woodward (whose former was
Robert), d. of John Smith, the tailor, had Rachel, b. 20 June 1655, d. next
yr.; Jeremiah, 4 June 1656; Ann, 26 Aug. 1657, d. 15 Aug. foll.; Rachel,
again, 28 Feb. 1661; and Benjamin, 4 Feb. 1663.

    HASELTINE. See Hazeltine.

    HASEMAN, NATHANIEL, Braintree 1662.

    HASEY, JOSEPH, Boston, prob. s. of William, freem. 1690. || WILLIAM,
Boston, by w. Sarah had William, b. 15 Sept. 1652; Asa, 1 Jan. 1655; Joseph,
29 May 1657; and Susanna, 30 May 1660; by sec. w. Judith had William, again,
21 Dec. 1679; and Jacob, 28 Aug. 1684; was of ar. co. 1652; liv. at Rumney
Marsh, now Chelsea, and d. June 5, leav. wid. Judith. I presume he was freem.
1665, spelt Hazzey. Others of the name were at Chelsea, and it has been wide
spread. Three of the name are among gr. of H. C. bef. 1791.

    HASKELL or HASCALL, * BENJAMIN, Gloucester, s. of William, m.
21 Nov. 1677, Mary, d. of Thomas Riggs, had Eleanor, b. 26 Aug. 1678; and Hannah,
7 Dec. 1679; beside s. Benjamin, Josiah, Thomas, and William, wh. surv. him. His
d. 29 Jan. 1698. He was deac. selectman, rep. 1706 and 7, d. 1741, aged 92. JOHN,
Gloucester, s. of the first William, was rep. 1683, m. 20 Nov. 1685, Mary Baker, had
sev. ch. and these surv. him, Mary, Edith, Ruth, and John, wh. d. 1774, aged 79, unm.
d. 2 Feb. 1718, aged 69. His wid. d. 24 Nov. 1723, aged 58. JOSEPH, Gloucester, br.
of Benjamin, m. 2 Dec. 1674 Mary Graves, had Mary, b. 29 Apr. 1676; Walter, 18 Nov.
1677, d. at 4 days; Elizabeth 24 Oct. 1679, and Joseph, 27 Nov. 1681; Daniel; Ebenezer;
and others, ten in all; was freem. 1684, d. 12 Nov. 1727. MARK, Gloucester, youngest
s. of the first William, m. 16 Dec. 1685, Elizabeth Giddings, had Mark, and William, and
d. 8 Sept. 1691. Babson, 102, says, his wid. m. John Denison of Ipswich; but I much
doubt. ROGER, Salem 1637, br. of the first William, b. a. 1613, m. Elizabeth d. of John
, had John, William, Mark, and Elizabeth was of Beverly after the incorp. of that town;
but some confusion appears in arrang. relationsh. His will of 27 May 1667, pro. next
mo. ment. w. Elizabeth sis. Jane, brs. William and Mark, and younger ch. Roger, Joseph,
Samuel, Josiah, Hannah, and Sarah. TOBIAS, Lynn 1645. Lewis. * WILLIAM,