Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p490

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Apr. 1706. His will of 5 of that mo. names w. Rebecca, ch. Jonathan,
Joseph, Angel, Moses, John, Samuel, and Elizabeth Baldwin. JONATHAN,
Greenwich, m. Mary, d. of Robert Lockwood. ROBERT, Boston 1640,
had gr. for eight heads that yr. at Mount Wollaston, now Braintree, rem.
soon after to Stamford, had w. Elizabeth and ch. Robert, Angel, and Ann.
He made his will 8 July 1652, and his wid. two yrs. after, made hers,
nam. the same ch. calls Ann, w. of Richard Hardy. ROBERT, Stamford,
s. of the preced. was freem. of Conn. 1663, ana next yr. at Westchester.
Sometimes it is spell. Heustis.

    HUET or HUIT BENJAMIN, Stonington, s. of Thomas of the same, m.
24 Sept. 1683, Mary Fanning, d. of Edmund, had Benjamin, b. 1688; Israel,
1691; Mary, bapt. 12 Aug 1694; Joseph, 1697; Elkanah, 1699;
Hannah, 29 June 1701; Henry, 1703; and Content, 18 Apr. 1708.
EPHRAIM, Windsor, had been a min. of Wraxall, near Kenilworth, in
Warwicksh. was proceed. against by Archbp. Laud 1638, for neglect of
ceremonies, came next yr. with w. and ch. Susanna, Nathaniel, Sarah,
Mercy, and Lydia; went from Boston, and reached W. 17 Aug where
he bec. collea. with Warham; had Mary, bapt. 2 Aug. 1640; and he d.
4 Sept. 1644. Sarah, and Nathaniel had d. 1642. The other four are
nam. in his will, wh. is print. by Trumbull in Col. Rec. 1. 458. His wid.
long outliv. him, and as admor. of his est. sold, 1647, to Richard
Saltonstall his sh. in Swampscot and Dover patents, N. H. and d. 8 Mar.
1661. Of the ch. Susanna d. the yr. after her f. Lydia m. 10 or 20
Apr. 1656, Joseph Smith of Hartford; Mary m. 5 Dec. 1660, Thomas
, of Northampton, and d. 1671. The fam. name in this branch
failing, both Smith and Strong used it as name of bapt. EPHRAIM,
Scituate, s. of Thomas, m. 1665, Elizabeth only d. of Edward Foster, had
Thomas, b. 1667; Ruth, 1669; Susanna, 1672; Jael, 1673; and
Ephraim, 1676; rem. to Hingham. His s. Thomas was insane. JOHN,
Marshfield, may have been s. of Thomas of Hingham, as Miss Thomas
suggests, but there is no evidence to sustain such opin.; m. 1668, Martha,
d. of Christopher Winter, wh. d. 22 June 1691, had Solomon, b. 1670;
Bridget, 1673; Elizabeth 1675; Winter, 1678; Christopher, 1681; Mercy,
1686; and Lydia, 1689. The wife's will of 1 May 1691, pro. 15 Sept.
foll. reciting, the gift to her and her ch. by her f. Christopher, in his will,
of wh. she was extrix. now gives her sis. Ann Mace some perso. prop.
and to her niece Ann T. also, but to her s. Winter the lds. of his gr.f.
and a portion of �100 equally to be div. to the other ch. Solomon,
Christopher, Bridget, Elizabeth Mary, and Lydia, residue to her h. and made
him, and Solomon, excors. NICHOLAS, Boston, had Zebulon, b. Jan.
1645. ROBERT, Hartford 1646, but had been in Mass. 1632, and that
yr. was of the jury. THOMAS, Hingham, br. of Rev. Ephraim, freem.
1647, Ephraim, bef. ment. b. 1639; James, 1643; Thomas, 1644;