Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p424


Volume 2, Page 424

1711. His relation with the ch. of Newbury was transf. to that of C.
14 Aug. 1670. Beside the ch. bef. ment. he had Mary, wh. m. at C. 2
Oct. 1666, William Marshall, and d. 15 July 1678, aged 33. Budington,
192, refers to the "Relation of a discov. on the Coast of Florida," by a
William Hilton, commiss. with two others in the ship Adventure, set out
from Barbados, Aug. 1663, pub. at London 1664; but he may be mistak.
in his surmise, that this was our William. It could not, prob. be the
first or sec. may possib. be s. of Edward; but it seems likely to be not
of N. E. origin. Hilton's relation is reprint. in Vol. IV. of Force's
Tracts, Washington 1846. Great uncertainty is felt by the writers
a. the descend. of these two promin. early sett. But we may safely
decide, I think, against Budington and Coffin. that the William, wh. in 1621
had w. and two ch. at London, was not the same, who had William,
b. at Newbury in 1653, and Charles at Charlestown in 1673. He must
have reach. mid. life bef. the d. of Increase Nowell was b. 1638. WILLIAM,
York, s. prob. of Edward, may be that freem. of 1652.

    HINCKLEY or HINKLEY, BENJAMIN, Barnstable, prob. eldest s. of
sec. Samuel by first w. m. 27 Dec. 1686, says Hamblen, Sarah, d. of
Henry Cobb
[1], had Benjamin, b. 18 July 1694; Mary, 3 Oct. 1696; Nathaniel, 30
June 1698, and Mercy, 1 Sept. 1704. EBENEZER, Barnstable, s. of Gov.
, m. at Sudbury, Nov. 1706, Mary Stone,
had Rachel, b. 1 Nov. 1707. JOHN, Barnstable, s. of Samuel the
, was prob. educ. by Rev. Samuel Newman of Rehoboth, as
he was one of the witness. to his will, 18 Nov. 1661; m. July
1668, Bethia, d. of Thomas Lothrop, had Sarah, b. May 1669; Samuel,
2 Feb. 1671; Bethia, Mar. 1673; Hannah, May 1675; Jonathan, 15 Feb.
1678; Ichabod, 28 Aug 1680; and Gershom, 2 Apr.
1682. His w. d. 10 July 1694, and he d. 7 Dec. 1709. He had sec. w.
24 Nov. 1697, Mary Goodspeed, perhaps wid. of Benjamin. JOHN,
Barnstable, s. of Gov. Thomas, m. 1 May 1691, Thankful, d. of Thomas
Trott of Dorchester, had John, b. 29 Mar. bapt. 3 Apr. 1692, d. at 2
yrs.; Mary, bapt. 24 Feb. 1695; Abiah, 24, bapt. 28 Mar. 1697;
Thankful, 14, bapt. 16 July 1699; John, again, 17, bapt. 23 Feb.
1702; and James, 9 May 1704. SAMUEL, Scituate, from Tenterden
in Kent, came in the Hercules of Sandwich, 1635, with w. Sarah, and
four ch. Thomas, the future Gov. Susanna, Mary, and Sarah. His
w. join. the ch. 30 Aug. 1635, had Elizabeth bapt. next Sunday; Samuel, 4
Feb. 1638, d. soon; Samuel, again, 10 Feb. 1639, d. soon; rem.
1640, to Barnstable, where he had Samuel, 24 July 1642, by Deane
call. Sarah; and John, 26 May 1644, bef. ment. beside one d. bur. 8
July 1640, unbapt. and tw. ch. also bur. 1641. His w. d. 18 Aug. 1656;
and he m. 15 Dec. 1657, Bridget, perhaps d. but more prob. wid. of