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d. young, unm. and of this stock Jonathan and David alone surv. ROBERT,
Amesbury, youngest s. of John the sec. of Salisbury, m. 4 Dec. 1701,
Martha Stevens, had Hannah, b. 27 Dec. 1702; and Abigail, 29 May
1705; and by sec. w. m. 17 Mar 1707, Mary Currier, had Martha,
19 May 1708; Mary, 10 Dec. 1709; Theodore, 24 Apr. 1711; Dorothy,
22 Apr. 1714; Aaron, 30 Mar. 1716; Ann, 9 May 1718; and Miriam,
25 June 1720. SIMON, or SIMEON, Dorchester, had been at Charlestown
1629, freem. 18 May 1631, rem. a. 1639 to Windsor (but he had
first been at Scituate 1633-6), there with his w. of the earliest mem. of
the ch. had Benjamin, 2 Feb. 1645, prob. his youngest ch. as he brot.
sev. from Eng. at W. but prob. rem. 1650 to Fairfield,
soon after rem. again, to Stamford, and d. 1659. THOMAS, Salisbury,
prob. s. of the first John, by w. Mary, d. of William Brown of S. had
Thomas; William, b. 19 Oct. 1670, d. in few days; Ephraim, 16 Oct.
1671; John, 5 Apr. 1674; William, again, 8 Apr. 1676; Israel, 16 July
1678; Benjamin, 20 Sept. 1680; Joseph, a. 1684; one d. of wh. we see
not the name; and d. Deliverance, 2 May 1688, d. in few days; and,
perhaps, by ano. w. He had Mary, 1 Oct. 1690, d. in few wks. He d. 3
Jan. 1691. * WALTER, Windsor, s. of Simon, b. prob. in Eng had
John, b. 13 July 1644, and ano. ch. beside, it is said, and Zerubabel,
rem. to Norwalk with first sett. a. 1653, was rep.
1658 often to 1681. In rec. of Windsor is "old goody Hoyt," d. 1643,
and we may presume she was either mo. of Walter or of Simon. His
name is usually Haite or Hayte, but his s. bear the modern spell. WILLIAM,
Amesbury, took o. of fidel. 20 Dec. 1677, on being enrol. in the
milit. m. 12 Jan. 1688, Dorothy, d. of Samuel Colby, had Elizabeth b. 15
June 1689; Dorothy, 20 July 1691; Abner, 25 Jan. 1693; Mary, 21
Nov. 1694; Susanna, 20 Feb. 1696; Philip, 1 Apr. 1697; William, 15
Aug. 1702; Hope, or Hopestill, a d. 6 Sept. 1704; and Miriam, 31 Oct.
1710, and he d. 19 July 1728. ZERUBABEL, Norwalk, s. of Walter,
had Abigail, b. 2 Feb. 1676, and possib. others not found in the rec.
The spell. of this name has been deprav. to Hight and more than a
dozen other forms. Eleven of this name had, in 1834, been gr. at the
N. E. coll. beside some, writ. Hoit, at Dart. none at Harv.

    HUATT, DANIEL, Guilford 1669.

    HUBBARD, ANTHONY, prob. of Dedham 1648, as in the will of
Michael Bacon, nam. See Geneal. Reg. VII. 231. BENJAMIN, Charlestown
1633, with w. Alice, prob. came with his mo. Elizabeth wh. d. at Boston
6 Jan. 1644;, hav. in her will eight days bef. as is seen in Geneal. Reg.
III. 77, other ch. Hannah, Sarah, and Rachel; but inq. who was his f.
or her h. is disheartening; and we may presume be was d. bef. they
left Eng.; freem. 3 Sept. 1634, was in 1636, one of only a doz. householders,
enjoying prefix of respect, a cautious friend of Wheelwright, there
was made clk. of the writs Dec. 1641; and perhaps rem. to Boston;