Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p397


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d. of Bartholomew Greene, had Samuel, 21 Sept. 1662; Paul, 3 Apr. 1664; and
Mary, again, 29 Oct. 1665; perhaps more. He had 5th w. m. 29 Nov. 1677, wid.
Sarah Brown; was freem. 1645, and he d. 28 Nov. 1683, aged 70. Perhaps his d.
Hannah m. 7 Oct. 1665, John Eastman of Salisbury, and d. soon. WILLIAM,
Hampton, s. of the preced. m. 1682, Sarah Brown, and d. at Cambridge 1689. He
was convict. with eight others. of the ridicul. crime of high treason in 1683,
by the tyran. governm. of Cranfield, and pardoned by advice of the crown.

    HEARD, BENJAMIN, Dover eldest s. of John, was taxed in 1665, m. Elizabeth d.
of Thomas Roberts, but no more is kn. BENJAMIN, Salisbury, by w. Ruth had
Elizabeth b. 25 May 1691; Samuel, 28 Feb. 1692; and Benjamin, 16 Dec. 1702.
EDWARD, or EDMUND, Ipswich, s. of Luke, m. Elizabeth d. of the first Daniel
Warner. JAMES, Kittery, br. of first John, perhaps, was ensign in 1659, of
the milit. under Charles Frost, lieut. com. JAMES, Dover s. of John[1], by w.
Shuah had John, b. a. 1667; Elizabeth and Abigail; and d. a. 1676. His wid. soon
bec. 2d w. of Richard Otis. JOHN, Dover, had, perhaps, been of Kittery bef.
1643, and after, m. Elizabeth d. of Rev. Benjamin Hull of York, had Benjamin, b.
20 Feb. 1644; Mary, 26 Jan. 1650, wh. m. 6 May 1668, John Ham.; Abigail, 2
Aug. 1651, wh. m. Jenkins Jones; Elizabeth 15 Sept. 1653, wh. m. James Nute;
Hannah, 25 Nov. 1655, m. 1674, John Nason; John, 24 Feb. 1659; Joseph, 4 Jan.
1661, d. soon; Samuel, 4 Aug. 1663; Catharine; Tristram, 4 Mar 1667;
Nathaniel, 20 Sept 1668; Dorcas; Experience; James;[1] and William; d. 17 Jan.
1688. hav. made his will, of wh. w. Elizabeth was extrix. 21 Apr. preced. Hid
wid. was preserv. in the assault on the town, 28 June 1689, by an Ind. to wh.
she show. favor thirteen yrs. bef. and d. 30 Nov. 1706. See Niles, Ind. wars,
in 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. VI. 206. Magn. VII. 65. JOHN, Dover, s. of the preced.
live at Kittery, was wound. in the Ind. assault, 4 July 1697, when his w. and
major Frost with others, returning from worship, were k. JOHN, Eastham, had
John, b. 17 Jan. 1689; Grace, 11 Jan. 1693; and Jacob, 12 Apr. 1695. This fam.
usual. spell Hurd. LUKE, Newbury, went, 1640, to Salisbury, an orig. propr.
freem. 6 Sept. 1639; by w. Sarah, had John, b. 4 Feb. 1644, d. soon; John,
again, 6 Mar. 1645; rem. to Ipswich, there d. a. 1647, (his nuncup. will was
pro. 28 Sept. of that yr.) leav. wid. Sarah (who was a Wyatt of Assington, in
Co. Suff'k. Eng.), and s. John, and Edmund. His wid. m. Dec. 1647, Joseph
Bixby. NATHANIEL, Dover, s. of the first John, d. bef. mid. age, leav. wid.
Sarah, wh. m. William Foss of the same. SAMUEL, Dover, s. of first John, m.
1686, Experience, d. of Richard Otis, had, beside others, John, b. 1692. He
d. early, for his wid. had m. Jenkins, and was scalped in the surprise of 26
July 1696 by the Ind. (when her br. Nicholas Otis was k.), yet recov. in part,
had one ch. and d. 8 Feb. 1700 of that injury. THOMAS,