Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p384

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early had a lot there, but it was sold bef. 1656, nor was he kn. as a
resident. WILLIAM, the freem. of Providence, 1655, who was call. senr.
when he took the o. of alleg. June 1668; and may have been the man call.
Hunkings in 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. I. 4, when with others then praying for
protection of Mass. but who is by Winslow call. Hawkins. He liv. at P. thro.
the war with Philip, perhaps had s. William, b. a. 1647; John, who was eldest;
beside Mary, wh. m. James Blackmore, and prob. Edward. WILLIAM, Boston 1666,
a butcher, calls hims. surg. in his will of 1 Aug. 1685, had w. Dorothy, and speaks of
childr. but names none. WILLIAM, Providence, s. of William of the same, was publish. 1
June 1678 to m. Lydia Gardner of Newport. ZECHARIAH, on some part of L. I. perhaps
Brookhaven, adm. freem. of Conn. jurisdict. 1664.

    HAWLEY, EBENEZER, Stratford, s. of Joseph, m. 1678, Esther, wid. of William
Ward, and d. 1681, leav. William and Elizabeth EPHRAIM, Stratford, s. of Joseph of the
same, m. 4 Dec. 1683, Sarah, d. of the first Samuel Welles of Wethersfield, had Daniel, b.
20 Dec. 1684; Gideon, 30 Jan. 1687; and Abia, posthum.18 Sept.1690. * JOSEPH,
Stratford 1649, perhaps earlier, by w. Catharine had Samuel; Joseph, b. 9 Jan.
1650; Elizabeth 17 Dec. 1651; Ebenezer, 17 Sept. 1654, bef. ment.; Hannah, 26 May
1657; Ephraim, 7 Aug. 1659; John, 14 June 1661; and Mary, 16 July 1663. He was
a promin. man, rep. at many sess. made his will, 1689, and d. next yr. as did
s. Ephraim. Elizabeth m. 7 June 1670, John Chapman of Saybrook, but d. bef. her f.
who names her two s. in his will; Hannah m. 1678 Josia Nicholls; and Mary m.
20 Dec. 1682, John Coe. * JOSEPH, Northampton, s. of Thomas, taught
a sch. soon after gr. then preach. a brief period, and again was sch.-master,
last a trader, freem. 1680, and rep. 1683, 5, 91, and 2, and prob. under the
new chart. He m. 24 Sept. 1676, Lydia, d. of capt. Samuel Marshall of
Windsor, had Dorothy, b. 1678, d. young; Lydia, 1680; Joseph, 1682;
Dorothy, again, 1684; Samuel, 1686; Thomas, 1689, H. C. 1709,
the first min. of Ridgefield; and Ebenezer, 1694, who d. without
ch. and the f. d. 19 May 1711, and his wid. d. 1732. Lydia m. Henry Dwight;
Dorothy m. Rev. Thomas Cheney, of Brookfield; Samuel and Thomas had fams. but
at a distance. Joseph m. Rebecca d. of Rev. Solomon Stoddard, d. June 1735,
left, beside Elisha, b. 1726, wh. fell in the bloody victory, 8 Sept. 1755, at
Fort George, only Joseph, b. 1723, Y. C. 1742, one of the master spirits of
the Amer. Revo. wh. d. 10 Mar. 1788, when this name failed at N. See Hutch.
III. 295, and Tudor's Life of Otis. SAMUEL, Call. by Dr. Trumbull one of the
first sett. of Stratford, may have been at Norwalk 1657; but it is altogether
uncert. whether it be not an error of the bapt. name. THOMAS, Roxbury, had
Thomas, b. 8 Oct. 1651, says the town rec. and