Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p377

Volume 2, Page 377

w. join. the ch. in its first week. For sec. w. he m. 1642, Lydia, wid. of
Nathaniel Tilden, but had no ch. was assist. from 1636 to 1657 incl. exc.
1638, and d. 1666. His will of 20 Sept. 1664, abstract in Geneal. Reg. VI.
187, is interesting. Few men deserv. higher of the people; but Deane, 282, has
ment. the honorable cause of his loss of in their favor. Often it is writ.

    HATHORNE or HAWTHORNE, EBENEZER, Salem 1669. Felt, 1. 286.
EBENEZER, Lynn, may have been s. of the preced. or more prob. of first John of
Salem, m. 26 Dec. 1683, Esther, d. of Jonathan Witt, had Sarah, b. 16 Oct.
foll. was freem. 1691. ELEAZUR, Salem, s. of William, m. by one acco. 25 June,
by ano. 28 Aug. 1663, Abigail, d. of George Curwin, had Abigail, b. 14 Nov. 1665;
George, 17 Apr. 1668; Elizabeth 20 Feb. 1670; William, 9 May 1672; and Samuel, 23 Sept.
1674; was freem. 1665. His wid. m. Hon. James Russell of Charlestown. JOHN,
Salem 1643, had there bapt. Sarah, 2 June 1644; John, 18 Oct. 1646; and
Priscilla, 22 July 1649; rem. to Lynn, there had William, b. Nov. 1651, d. 14
Sept. 1676; Mary, July 1653, d. 31 Dec. 1676; Ebenezer, Mar. 1656; Phebe, 22
Mar. 1665; and Nathaniel; he d. 12 Dec. 1676. His will of 12 Oct. preced. pro.
27 June foll. ment. only the four last b. as then liv. ‡* JOHN, Salem, br. of Eleazur,
freem. 1677, rep. 1683, Assist. or Couns. 1684-1712, exc. the yrs. of Andros'
misgovernm. most active magistr. in the prosecut. of witches, exceed. mad
against them; but after, a Judge of Sup. Court 1702-15, d. 10 May 1717.
He m. 22 Mar. 1675, Ruth, d. of George Gardner, serv. in the Ind.
and Eastern war, as col. of a reg. and commander of the forces in
exped. 1696, on ret. of Church. His s. were John, b. 10 Jan. 1676; Nathaniel,
25 Nov. 1678; Ebenezer, Joseph, and Benjamin, of wh. the last three outliv. him.
NATHANIEL, Lynn, perhaps br. of first John, as Lewis gave him resid. there 1634,
but no more is kn. of him. ‡* WILLIAM, Salem 1636, had bef. been of Lynn or
Dorchester, conflict. claims for ea. town assert. by Lewis and Harris,
severally, from 1630, when he came in the Arbella with Winthrop freem. 14 May
1634, rep. 1635 perhaps for D. tho. this would not prove that he did not live
at L. but if, as I think prob. he was mem. for Salem, bef. he had gr. of land
there, it might add to his inducem. to fix his home in this place, wh. he,
rep. many yrs.; was speaker 1644, and six yrs. after, Assist. 1662-79, milit.
command. as capt. or major in Philip's war and in the foll. with the Eastern
Ind. d. 1681 in 74th yr. His will of 17 Feb. 1680 made w. Ann extrix. provid.
for ch. of his s. Eleazur (wh. was d.) viz. William, Samuel, and Abigail; for
Sarah, wid. of his s. William; for a in Europe, if he come here, if not,
then that devise to other viz. two eldest s. of his d. Coker, w. I presume
of Joseph. He had at S. Sarah, b. 11 Mar. 1635; Eleazur, b. 1, bapt. 6 Aug.
1637; Nathaniel, 11, bapt. 18 Aug. 1639; John, 4, bapt. 22 Aug. 1641; Ann,
12, bapt. 17 Dec. 1643; William, 1, bapt. 5 Apr. 1646, d. bef. his f.; Elizabeth 22,
bapt. 29 July 1649; and Mary, 1 May 1653; of many of wh. descend. still abound.
Ann m. 27.Jan. 1665, Joseph Porter, and Elizabeth m. 20 Nov. 1672, Israel Porter.
WILLIAM, Salem, s. of the preced. was capt. and d. 1679. His wid. Sarah ret.
small inv.

    HATLEY, PHILIP, Milford 1639, went home to London 1649. RICHARD, came
in the Hopewell, capt. Babb from London 1635, aged 15, of wh. no more is kn.