Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p506

Volume 2, Page 506

Sarah, 5 Nov. 1676; Mary, 17 Nov. 1678, a. soon; Mary, again, unless
Mercy, as Mr. Parsons read the rec. be the true name, 17 Feb. 1680; Margaret,
Feb. 1685; and Mehitable, posthum. 23 Nov. as he d. 30 Aug. wh. Parsons
calls Apr. 1690. On the rec. sometimes the name is Hollibut, recently
smoothed to Hollabird. JOSEPH, Woodbury, prob. s. of Thomas
of Wethersfield, had, as Cothren teaches, w. Mary[3], wh. d. 2 Feb. 1712;
and he adds, that his ch. Joseph, John, and Sarah, all adult, were bapt.
Aug. 1697; Cornelius, Jonathan, and Rebecca, all adult, Mar. 1705;
beside Mary, and Phebe, in Apr. foll. wh. were old eno. to m. respective.
in ten and fourteen yrs. THOMAS, Wethersfield, serv. in the Pequot
war 1637, in wh. he was wound. by w. Sarah had John, b. 8 Mar. 1642;
Thomas; Samuel; and Joseph; the dates of whose b. as also that of his
d. are unkn. but he was liv. 1671. All these, exc. John, liv. at W.
some yrs. later. THOMAS, the s. of preced.[1] d. 1689, leav. Timothy,
Nathaniel, and Ebenezer. THOMAS, Woodbury, had Jemima bapt. Aug.
1680; Jerusha, Apr. 1683; Thomas, Dec. 1684; and Gideon, Aug.
1688; and Cothren says the rec. tells no more of the fam. Who was
the f. of this Woodbury sett. is doubtful. WILLIAM, Dorchester 1635,
rem. to Windsor perhaps as early as 1640, m. Ann, wid. of Samuel
Allen, wh. d. 13 Nov. 1687, and he d. 17 Apr. 1694.

    HURNDELL. See Harndale.

    HURRY, WILLIAM, Charlestown, by w. Hannah, d. of Thomas Hett, had
William, b. 1 Dec. 1664. She joined to the ch. 6 Jan. 1667, and on 13 had her ch.
William, Hannah, and Temperance bapt. and John, 3 Nov. of the same
yr. Matthew, 4 Apr. 1669; Sarah, Rebecca, and Rachel, b. at one birth
25 Dec. 1670; Rebecca, again, 9 Feb. 1673; Abigail, 26 July 1674;
and prob. no more; and he d. 10 Jan. 1690. WILLIAM, Charlestown,
s. of the preced. by w. Hannah Call, m. 30 Mar. 1690, had Hannah,
bapt. 15 July 1694, d. young; and Hannah, again, 5 Oct. 1701; and others
bef. or aft.

    HURRYMAN. See Harriman.

    HURST, JAMES, Plymouth 1632, a tanner, erect. the first works in the
town for that object, a. 1640; one of the purch. of Dartmouth; was
deac. d. Dec. 1657. His will of 10th of that mo. gave ho. to his w.
whose bapt. name is not well made out by Winsor, tho. he is confident of
its resembl. to Gartend, and , I doubt not, it was Catharine,[2] appoints her
extrix. and names no ch. but John, Gershom, James, Eleazer,
Hannah, and Patience Cobb, and Mary Dunham, w. of Jonathan, all ch.
of his d. Patience, w. of the first Henry Cobb. JOHN, Boston, by w.
Alice had Richard, b. 4 Oct. 1690. Of one goodman Hurst, in an earlier
day, the inv. 23 Dec. 1653, tak. by goodm. Fletcher, goodm. Kilcup, and
goodm. Lake, brot. into Court 25 Apr. foll. by William Brenton, renders
it prob. that he was of Boston. Neither of the four goodmen seem to
have enjoy. Christian names. THOMAS, Hadley 1678, rem. to Deerfield,