Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p84


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Martha, only a wk. old, then k. by the Ind. wh. carr. away the mo. and her
nurse, and on 31st of same mo. she reveng. her cause by k. ten of the Ind.
fam. wh. had charge of these two prisoners with an Eng. youth, Samuel
Leonardson. See Magn. VII. 90. Hutch. II. 106. Dwight's Travels. Mirick, Hist.
of Haverhill
, 87-93.

    DUTCH, BENJAMIN, Ipswich, s. of first Robert, m. 30 June 1690, Elizabeth d.
of Joan Baker, had Benjamin, b. 28 Sept. 1692, d. next mo.; Elizabeth 14 Sept.
1693; and he liv. not long after. His will was pro. 8 July 1695, and his w.
Elizabeth surv. JOHN, Ipswich, elder br. of the preced. by w. Elizabeth gr.d. prob. of
Walter Roper, had Samuel, wh. d. soon; Elizabeth b. 11 Feb. 1674; Susanna, 13
July 1675; John, 17 June 1677; Benjamin, 9 Aug. 1680; Nathaniel, 18 Feb.
1683; and Hannah, a. 1685. He d. 5 Nov. of that yr. and his wid. d. 3 Mar.
1693. Elizabeth was then w. of Isaac Rindge. OSMAN, or OSMYN, Gloucester 1646,
by w. Grace, wh. d. 10 Oct. 1694, had Hezekiah, b. 29 Mar. 1647; Robert; and
perhaps other ch. and d. Dec. 1684, aged 100 or more, as with greater
confid. than probab. is said. He had been adm. inhab. of Newport 1638, and
there prob. Esther was b. and perhaps other ch. His d. Esther m. 7 June
1658, Samuel Elwell, and d. 6 Sept. 1721, aet. 82; and Babson names other ds.
Alice, wh. m. a Meacham; Grace, wh. m. a Hodgkins; both of Ipswich, beside
Mary, wh. m. 22 June 1669, Joseph Elwell. ROBERT, Gloucester, by w.
Mary, prob. d. of Walter Roper, had John, b. 1 May 1646; Robert, 24 .June
1647; Samuel, June 1650; Mary; and others, it, is believ.; rem. to Ipswich perhaps
be the last, or, it may be, the earliest , | ch. At Ipswich he had Caleb, b.
1 May 1659; and Benjamin, 4 Dec. 1665. He d. 21 Aug. 1686, leav. s. Samuel,
John, and Benjamin, wh. are here ment. ROBERT, Ipswich, s. of Osman, it is
said, was a soldier of Moseley's comp. in Philip's war, and left for dead
after being scalp. by the Ind. in Sept. 1675, but was sav. and liv. when his
neighb. Rev. W. Hubbard wrote the narrative. He m. Dec. 1677, Hannah,
prob. d. of John Lowell, had Ebenezer, b. 29 June 1679, and Robert. ROBERT,
Bristol, had w. and three ch. in Feb. 1689. SAMUEL, Ipswich, s. of first
Robert of the same, m. 12 Feb. 1674, Abigail Gidding, had Samuel, b. 3
Nov. 1674; Abigail, 8 Nov. 1677; Mary, 13 May 1680; and Jane, 14 Aug.
1685. SOLOMON, Bristol, 1689, had w. and three ch. THOMAS,
Edgartown, 1654.

    DUTCHFIELD or DITCHFIELD, THOMAS, Boston 1644, by w. Ann had
Joan, b. in July of that yr. and d. same mo. He d. or was bur. 24 Apr. 1645, and
his s. Posthumus was b. 6 Aug. foll.

    DUTTON, JOHN, came in 1630, but I kn. not where he sat down. THOMAS,
Woburn, perhaps s. of John, b. a. 1621, had first liv. at Reading, there by
w. Susan, it is thot. had Thomas, b. 1648; Mary, 14 Nov. 11 1651; Susanna, 27
Feb. 1654; John, 2 Mar. 1656; but the foll. prob. at Woburn, Elizabeth 28 Jan.
1659; Joseph, 25 Jan. 1661; Sarah, 5 Mar. 1662; James, 22 Aug. 1665;
Benjamin, 19 Feb. 1669; rem. to Billerica, there was in 1675 with s. Thomas
and John. His s. Thomas was