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date is not kn. and John, b. 23 Feb. 1638; perhaps a d. Ann, wh. may
have been w. of Henry Butler. He m. a sec. w. but her name is not
, had Thomas, 6 Aug. 1641; Abigail, 1642; Samuel; and Patience,
bapt. 28 Jan. 1648 or 9. He prob. d. in 1652, for his will of 10 June
of that yr. pro. 26 June 1655, is abstr. in Geneal. Reg. V. 242. As might
be expect. that will was unsatisfact. to the eldest s. and the Gen. Ct. in
1656 was appeal. to for result. See Col. Rec. IV., pt. I. 262, and final.
in Oct. III. 418. His est. was very good.
His d. Mary m. 29 May 1662, Samuel Mason of Boston. A John H.
perhaps s. of the preced. was of Casco 1675, or earlier, in that part now
Cape Elizabeth; and in the Catal. of H. C. 1700, is a John H. wh. d.
1759, but we kn. not his descent. SAMUEL, Boston, s. of the preced.
was a barber surgeon 1671, and press. with his instrum. and a med.
student, his serv. into the service for Philip's war, 1676, as he complains,
and press. a sec. time; he says in his petition, that he is required to
watch, and work on fortificat. He may be the freem. 1690, of Charlestown,
call. Homan. SOLOMON, Newbury 1694, by w. Mary had Mary,
b. 24 Feb. 1695; Solomon, 25 Nov. 1697; Edward, 26 Jan. 1700; and
Elizabeth 24 Oct. 1701; but we have no clue to his origin from Mr. Coffin.
THOMAS, Milton, s. of John, m. 19 Feb. 1664, Abigail, prob. d. of John
Rigby of Dorchester, freem. 1678. A Thomas H. of Rehoboth had m.
Hannah, d. of Ralph Turner of Cape Elizabeth, was a shoemaker, and
with his w. liv. in 1729. WILLIAM, Cambridge, came in the Defence
1635, aged 40, with w. Winifred, 35; and ch. Hannah, 8; Jeremy, 6,
bef. ment.; Mary, 4; Sarah, 2; and Abraham, 3 mos.; at C. had Seeth,
and Elizabeth b. 19 May 1644. He was from Northampton, EnD. propr. of
a lot, of wh. the Botanic garden is now part, and d. 8 Jan. 1653. His
w. or wid. was slandered as a witch, but permit. to die as a Christian, 15
Oct. 1671. Sarah H. wh. d. 7 May 1672, was, perhaps, a The
two elder ds. I suppose, d. unm. at least we kn. that Mary did, and her
brs. Jeremiah and Abraham admin. her est. 18 Dec. 1673. Sarah m. 9
Apr. 1657, Samuel Parker of Dedham; and Seeth m. 16 Jan. 1662,
Thomas Ross; and Elizabeth prob. d. young. But she had liv. with Benanuel
Bowers, the Quaker, and her mo. brot. suit at law to recover the ch. tho. the
witchcraft prosecut. may not have aris. for her action.

    HOLMES or HOMES, ABRAHAM, Rochester, s. of sec. William, d.
1722; by w. Elizabeth d. of Rev. Samuel Arnold of Duxbury, had s. Experience, wh.
d. 1715, in 34th yr. leav. s. Experience, f. of late Hon.
Abraham, b. 1754. His eldest ch. Elizabeth if Deane is right, was b. 1666;
and he had, by same auth. sec. w. 1695, Abigail Nichols of Hingham.
But other ch. by former w. were Isaac, Bathsheba, wh. m. 21 Jan. 1691,
Samuel Daggett, as his sec. w. and Rose, wh. m. 22 Mar. 1699, Thomas
Blanchard of Andover. DAVID, Dorchester, d. 1666, by his will, pro.
15 Nov. of that yr. provides for w. Jane, s. David, two younger s. not
nam. and d. Margaret. GEORGE, Roxbury, freem. 22 May 1639, had
Nathaniel, b. 1 Feb. 1640; Deborah, 31 Jan. 1642, d. in few days;
Sarah, bapt. 7 Jan. 1644; Deborah, again, bapt. 9 Nov. 1645, d. Sept.