Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p504

Volume 2, Page 504

carr. him to Conn. riv. where not more than three ships from the
century and a half bef. our Revo. came; and at the time of his emigr.
near the close of the reign of Charles I. as it tells, he had br. Samuel,
"a capt. of the King's life guard, much in his favor." Of this absurdity
a hardihood of conject. may suggest, that it means capt. of the guard of
the royal prison. during his sad confinem. at Carisbrook castle. See
Geneal. Reg. I. 343, and the sweet morsel repeat. in V. 163. Had the
story nam. the place of resid. in Eng. we should be more grateful, and
almost forgive the common looseness of the modern fam. legend with its
careless chronol. CHRISTOPHER, Norwich, s. of the preced. m. Sarah,
d. of deac. Thomas Adgate, and for sec. w. Judith, wid. of Jonathan
Brewster, was deac. had Ruth, b. 20 Nov. 1682; Christopher, 12 Sept.
1686 Isaac, 5 Feb. 1688; Jabez, 26 Jan. 1694; Matthew, 10 Apr.
1695; Hezekiah, 16 Dec. 1696; Sarah, 5 Jan. 1699; Jeremiah, 15
Dec. 1702, d. young; Judith, 10 Sept. 1707; John, 14 Nov. 1709;
Elizabeth 6 May 1712; and Jeremiah, again, 20 Dec. 1715. The first w. d.
Feb. 1705, and the sec. was m. Oct. 1706. JOHN, Salisbury, s. of
William, m. 25 Dec. 1665, Elizabeth Hunt, had Hannah, b. 16 Aug. 1666;
and Mary, 15 Nov. 1667. JOSEPH, Norwich, perhaps s. of Simon,
m. Rebecca, d. of deac. Thomas Adgate, rem. to Windham. SAMUEL,
Branford, s. of Thomas, rem. with his f. to Newark, N. J. 1667, or 8.
SAMUEL, Lebanon, s. of Simon of Norwich, was lieut. d. 19 May 1717,
says the gr.stone, in his 52d yr. leav. w. Mary, wh. d. 5 Oct. 1743, in her
77th yr. as the same monum. tells. SIMON, Norwich, br. of the first
Christopher, prob. b. in Eng. was freem. 1663, m. Oct. 1653, Sarah d. of
John Clark, perhaps at Saybrook, had Sarah, b. Aug. 1654; Mary, Aug.
1657; Simon, 6 Feb. 1659; Joseph, Sept. 1661; Elizabeth Feb. 1664, d.
soon; Samuel, Mar. 1666; Elizabeth again, Oct. 1669; Nathaniel, July
1672; Daniel, 13 Mar. 1676; James, 18 May 1680; and d. 28 June
1706, aged 77. His wid. d. 1721, aged 88. THOMAS, Windsor, br. of
Christopher and Simon, and prob. eldest, tho. by tradit. the name giv. is
Samuel, was freem. of Conn. 1657, liv. at Branford, m. Hannah, d. of
Jasper Crane, and had Samuel, prob. accomp. many of his neighb. wh.
went with Pierson to found the town and ch. of Newark. WILLIAM,
Salisbury 1640, prob. was of Hampton 1643, but rated in 1650 at S.
had w. Joan, and ch. John, b. Aug. 1643; and Mary, 8 July 1648, wh.
m. 14 Aug. 1667, Joshua Goldsmith. Ano. WILLIAM, was of Amesbury
in 1677, to sw. fidel. Thirty-eight of this name had, in 1834, been gr.
at Yale; four at Harv. and eight at other N. E. coll.

    HUNTLEY, JOHN, Boston 1652, by w. Jane had Moses, b. 1 July
1654; and Aaron, 15 Apr. of the same yr. if the rec. be true; was of
Roxbury 1659, and rem. perhaps in one or two yrs. to Lyme, was there