Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p430


Volume 2, Page 430

Mary, 1704; Hannah, 1707; John, 1709; Joseph, 1711; Abigail, 1713; Dinah,
1715; Nathaniel, 1719; and a d. 25 Aug. 1725, wh. d. soon; and he d. at
Branford, 1 Nov. 1725. Whether he were of kin to the preced. is not certain,
but seems suffic. prob. SAMUEL, Guilford, br. of the preced. m. 6 Mar. 1689,
Abigail Farrington, had Abigail, b. 5 Jan. 1690; William, 10 Dec. 1692;
Hannah, 14 Dec. 1694; Samuel, 20 Feb. 1696; Gideon, 17 Apr. 1699; Lydia,
23 Dec. 1701; Benjamin, 20 July 1704; Daniel, 1706; and Timothy, 14 July 1709;
and d.Jan. 1713. * WILLIAM, Branford, an early sett. prob. b. in Eng. one of the
the covenant planters 1667; had been of Saybrook; 1663, was a merch. by w.
Mary had William; Samuel; Elizabeth b. 15 Feb. 1668, prob. d. young; Hannah, 8
Nov. 1670; Abraham; John; and Mary; was rep. 1678, and sev. times after. His
w. d. 12 May 1703, and he had sec. w. Ruth, wid. of John Frisbie, d. of John
, but no issue by her; and d. 1709 leav. good est. Mary m. Nathaniel
; and Hannah m. Nathaniel Johnson. The name was writ. by him, Hoadle.
WILLIAM, Guilford, eldest s. of the preced. m. Abigail Frisbie, perhaps d. of
John of the same, had Mary, b. 28 May 1691; Hannah, 27 Apr. 1693; and Jemima,
24 Mar. 1696. For sec. w. he had Elizabeth who was divorc. 1702, from her first h.
and by her had William, b. 1707; and Lydia. Sometimes the first syl. drops the
a. Three of this name had been gr. at Yale in 1834 and one at Trinity.

    HOAG, JOHN, Newbury, a weaver, b. says Coffin, 1643, m. 21 Apr. 1669,
Ebenezer, d. of John Emery, had John, b. 20 Feb. 1670; Jonathan, 28 Oct. 1671;
Joseph, 16 Jan. 1677; Hannah, 3 Jan. 1683; and Judith, 20 Apr. 1687; perhaps
others. Descend. are num. in New Hampsh.

    HOAR, DANIEL, Boston 1650, prob. br. of Leonard, the Presid. nam.
in his will, went home, and d. at London. BENJAMIN, Bristol, s. of William,
by w. Rebecca had Hannah, and he d. soon. His mo. took the ch. wh. was
bapt. 26 Sept. 1708. DANIEL, Concord, s. of John, m. 19 July 1677,
Mary, d. of Samuel Stratton, had John, b. 24 Oct. 1678; Daniel, a. 1680;
Leonard; Jonathan; Joseph; Benjamin; Mary, 14 Mar. 1689; Samuel, 6 Apr. 1691;
Isaac, 15 May 1695; David, 14 Nov. 1698; and Elizabeth 22 Feb. 1701; and he took
sec. w. 16 Oct. 1717, Mary Lee. He liv. long and, was, I presume, that soldier
under sentence of death, with Nathaniel Wilder, for k. one or more Ind. in
1676, who had prob. serv. in our cause; but both were discharg. by our Gen.
Ct. on pay. of a sum of money to the Ind. and costs of prosecut. See Col Rec.
V. HEZEKIAH, Scituate, br. of John, was one of the first purch. of Taunton,
there had Mercy, b. 31 Jan. 1654; Nathaniel, 31 Mar 1656; Sarah, 1 Apr. 1658;
Elizabeth 26 May 1660; Edward, 25 Sept. 1663; Lydia, 24 Mar. 1665; Mary, 22 Sept.
1669, and Hezekiah, 10 Nov. 1678. Deane says he was ensign in the exped. that
was proposed against the Dutch of New York in 1654. Baylies, II. 267, 71, and
7. Lydia m. 16 Nov. 1688, John Whipple but wh. he was, I fail to discov.; and
Sarah m. 25 Feb. 1692, Nicholas Stoughton, as his sec. w.