Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p518


Volume 2, Page 518

15 Oct. 1704, unless the gr.stone inscript. in Geneal. Reg. XII. 73, be
wrong, as it is in the date or years, of course, as contradict. by large amt.
of time ascertain. by rec. WILLIAM, Newbury, was of Newbury, Wilts,
came in the Confidence 1638 from Southampton, aged 26, a shoemaker,
with w. Barbara, 20, and serv. Philip Davis, 12; had John, b. 11 Sept.
1641; Mary; Elisha; William, 23 Feb. 1648; Joseph, 30 Oct. 1649;
Isaac, 23 June 1652; and Sarah, 8 Aug. 1655; and he d. 22 July 1681,
aged 73, says Coffin. His will of 26 Feb. 1679, ment. w. Barbara,
three s. d. Mary, w. of Samuel Moores, and Sarah, wh. m. 21 July
1673, Samuel Hale. William was of that capt. Isaac, a man of
distinct. a century since in Maine. Willis, II. 82.

    INCE, JONATHAN, Hartford, an orig. propr. rem. to Boston bef. 1640,
there d. and his lot at H. was gr. to John Cullick. He was prob. the f.
of that Jonathan, H. C. 1650, employ. by the governm. 1652, as a
surveyor for the N. boundary of Mass. He design. to sett. at New Haven,
and m. 12 Dec. 1654, Mary, d. of Richard Miles, and had Jonathan, b.
27 June 1656; and he sail. in Nov. of next yr. in Garrett's sh. from
Boston for London, with Mayhew, Davis, and Pelham, all consid. able
sch. of the only coll. then in this country, of wh. voyage no tidings were
ever receiv. See the contempo. narrat. of Gookin, wh. sail. on ano. sh.
in comp. His wid. m. 22 Oct. 1661, Rev. Thomas Hanford. Perhaps
the s. liv. not long, at least we hear not of him.

    INDICUTT or INDICOTT, JOHN, Boston, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 17
Dec. 1670; Ann, 7 Oct. 1674; Thomas, 21 Feb. 1678; Sarah, 15 Mar.
1680; John, 2 Apr. 1686; and Joseph, 1 Nov. 1687. JOHN, Boston, a
cooper, by w. Mary had John, b. 27 June 1691; and Bayworth, 2 Apr.
1693. He, or the preced. was one of the wardens of King's chapel,
1698. Sometimes this name is writ. like the Governor's, and sometimes
the great man's like this. Whether they were relat. is unkn.

in employm. of William Colbron, when adm. of the ch. 20 Apr. 1634,
freem. 25 May 1636, disarm. 1637, as a support. of Wheelwright, but
was not exil. as more import. persons were; by w. Ann had bapt. John,
30 Sept. 1638; Elizabeth 18 Apr. 1641; Thomas, B Feb. 1643; Rebecca, 2
Mar. 1645, a. 4 days old; Edward, 11 Feb. 1649, a 3 days old; and
Samuel, 24 Nov. 1650. Edward prob. d. young, as he is not nam. in
the will. He had also Ann, b. 6, bapt. 8 Feb. 1652, d. soon; William,
wh. d. 1 Nov. 1654; Ann, again, 6 Nov. 1654, d. next mo.; and Catharine,
1 June 1655, beside Matthew, wh. d. 13 May 1656, perhaps very
young. Samuel liv. at Braintree. Elizabeth m. Richard Randall; and Rebecca
m. Francis Thomas, both mariners. Thomas, in 1666, was of Boston,
a tobacco spinner. This name, best writ. Iyans, I think, is sometimes