Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p40


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w. m. 9 Oct. 1682, Benjamin Stebbins. RICHARD, Wethersfield a. 1640, bred at
the Univ. of Cambridge where he had his A. B. 1623, being of Catherine
Hall, perhaps came over in 1638, or 9; and we fear, that the long dissens.
at W. about Rev. Henry Smith made it desirable for him to rem. a. 1644, and
he went to Stamford, and after few mos. or yrs. to Hempstead, L. I. where
he d. 1663. Prob. he had fam. perhaps Daniel, bef. ment. We learn from
Mather, that he had been a min. at Halifax in Yorksh. and the most of his
cap. 9 in Book III. 95 is tak. up with telling that he was a little man, blind
of one eye, and wrote a system of divinity. Better authority tells that
he was of good fam. and had, in 1631, curacy of Coley Chapel in that large
parish. RICHARD, Dorchester, m. 11 Dec. 1657, Ruth, d. of Thomas Tileston,
d. 28 Dec. 1658. His wid. m. 13 Oct. 1663, Timothy Foster. ROBERT, Ipswich,
d. a. June 1678, prob. without heir.

    DERBY, CHARLES, Salem, s. of Roger, d. 8 Oct. 1690, in the crusade
against Quebec. EDWARD, Braintree 1660, m. 25 Jan. of that yr. Susanna
Hooke, had Mary, Eleazer, and others. This Eleazer had Eleazer, and was
gr.f. of Rev. Jonathan in H. C. 1747 catal. giv. Dorby. EDWARD, Weymouth,
perhaps s. of the preced. by w. Ruth had Edward, b. 18 May 1688; and
Samuel, 1 May 1689. FRANCIS, Warwick, d. 1663. His will, of Oct. in that yr.
ment. w. Ann, eldest s. Francis, and other ch. without nam. him. The wid. m.
John Read. Her s. Francis was b. 20 Jan. 1660; and Eleazer, 21 Mar. 1662.
FRANCIS, Warwick, s. of the preced. had his ho. burn. by the Ind. rem. to
Southold, L. I. bef. Apr. 1683. JOHN, Plymouth 1637, s. of Christopher, from
W. part of Dorsetsh. rem. to Yarmouth bef. 1643, and was d. in Feb. 1652,
yet his inv. is of 22 Feb. 1656; had a s. b. "the last of Feb." 1648, whose
name is lost from the rec.; and Matthew, 8 Feb. 1650. RICHARD, Plymouth
1637, br. of John, call. a gent. RICHARD, Salem, s. of Roger, m. 25 Feb.
1702, Martha Haskett, had John, b. 27 Dec. 1702; Mary, 9 Jan. 1707; Richard,
12 Sept. 1712; and Martha; and d. 25 July 1715. ROGER, Ipswich 1671, came
from Topsham in Devon, rem. 1681 to Salem, there d. 1698. In Eng. he had m.
23 Aug. 1668, Lucretia Kilham, or Hilman, wh. d. 25 May 1689, and had
Charles, b. in Eng. 27 July 1669; Experience, 18 Dec. 1671; Samuel, 24 Nov.
1673; Roger, 1 Jan. 1675; John, 25 Feb. 1677; Richard, 8 Oct. 1679; Lucretia,
17 Aug. 1681; and Ebenezer, 9 July 1683, d. at 5 yrs. and his w. d. 25 May 1689. He
took a sec. w. Elizabeth by wh. he had Elizabeth 14 Mar. 1692; Margaret, 10 Dec. 1695; and
Martha, 11 Sept. 1697. His eldest s. d. in the sad expedit. of Phips, 1690.
Martha m. 1719, Joshua Hicks. He was a shopkeeper, assist. by his w. in
that way, and founder of the disting. fam. of this name, gr. gr.f. of Elias
Hasket D.
wh. d. 1799 at Salem. ROGER, Salem, s. of the preced. by w. Elizabeth had
Elizabeth b. 10 Mar. 1692; Margaret, 14 Aug. 1693; Ann, 10 Dec. 1695; and Martha, 30 Sept.
1697. Variat. of this patronymic to Dorby and Darby may be presum. Nine of this name
includ. Rev. Jonathan Dorby 1747, min. of Scituate, a man of