Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v3p14

Volume 3, Page 14

Mrs. R. as she has relat. was tak.) he m. 18 Apr. 1676, Elizabeth how at
Charlestown, went to Marlborough, and there spent the rest of his days,
was a capt. and his depon. against Andros, 27 Dec. 1689, with Thomas
How, is giv. in Revo. in N. E. Justif. 35. See Willard's Hist. of Lancaster,
27, 8, and 38. WILLIAM, Hingham 1637, of Sudbury a. 1641,
rem. to Lancaster, freem. 1647; in his old age m. sec. w. 16 May 1664,
Rebecca, wid. of Thomas Josselyn, and d. 14 July 1670, leav. William,
and Henry, bef. ment. His will of 26 July 1669 adds nothing to our
acquaint. with his fam. WILLIAM, Sudbury, eldest s. prob. of the
preced. by wh. he was, perhaps, left in Eng. came in the Confidence
from Southampton 1638, call. of Ashmore, with Edmund, bef. ment. wh.
may have been uncle or br. rem. to Marlborough, freem. 1666; by w.
Jane had Mary, b. at S. 4 May 1667; Sarah, 23 Jan. 1669; and Hannah,
8 Jan. 1671; was an ens. d. at Marlborough, 4 Jan. 1684. I suppose
the name is mispr. Kerby in Geneal. Reg. VIII. 241.

    KESKEYS, HENRY, Boston, by w. Ruth had Henry, b. 3 May 1656.

    KETCHAM, EDWARD, Ipswich 1635, freem. 9 Mar. 1637, may reasona.
be thot. progenit. of all of the name, in our country and therefore I
regret the more that we are ign. of the circumstances of his migrat. and
subseq. resid. By conject. it seems to me, that EDWARD
[1] of Stratford,
wh. d. bef. 1678, was his s.[1] whose d. Rebecca m. 14 Feb. 1678,
Thomas Taylor of Norwalk. An Edward E. m. Mary, d. of Richard
Harcutt, but prob. he was of L. I. yet may have been the Stratford man,
wh. in his will of June 1655 names three ds. Mary, Hannah, and Esther.
HENRY, Ipswich 1638, perhaps s. of the preced. JOHN, Ipswich 1648,
prob. s. of Edward, rem. to that pt. of L. I. call. Setauket, now Brookhaven,
constable, stood up for the jurisdict. of Conn. was honor. 1662, with
a commiss. to make his neighb. swear, and rep. 1664. In 1668 he rem. to
Newtown, there was a man of influence to his d. 1697. Riker, 89.
JOSEPH, Norwalk 1672, possib. s. of the preced. or gr.s. of Edward, m.
3 Apr. 1679, Mercy, d. of deac. Henry Lindall of New Haven, had
Nathaniel, b. 23 Jan. 1680; and Sarah, 19 Feb. 1672; was in town
serv. 1701. SAMUEL, Newtown, L. I. 1655, prob. br. of John, was of
Setauket, freem. of Conn. 1664, and with Edward, wh. may, also, have
been br. at Huntington, 1672.

    KETTLE, JAMES, Salem, s. of the first John, by w. Elizabeth had John,
and Nathaniel, tw. b. 9 Dec. 1689, of wh. John, prob. d. soon; James,
27 Dec. 1691; Elizabeth 19 Jan. 1694; and John, again, 3 July 1696; JOHN,
Gloucester, was in 1641, then a minor, charg. for breach of Sabbath &
c.; by w. Elizabeth d. of the first William Allen of Salem, had John, b. 1654;
William, 1656; Elizabeth b. 15 Feb. 1658; Mary, 5 Mar. 1660; Samuel, 2 Apr.
1662; and James, 20 Mar. 1665. He rem. and d. at Salem 12 Oct. 1685. Prob.
from him is deriv. the name Kettle Cove at the adjoin. town of Manchester. JOHN,
Charlestown, eldest s. of Richard of the same, was, perhaps, of Portsmouth
1663. He m. first, Sarah, d. of Edmund Goodenow, had John (wh. m.
11 Sept. 1688, Abigail, d. of Richard Austin, and d. at C. 17 Mar. 1691,