Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v3p301

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preced. m. Elizabeth d. of John Heard, had James, b. 27 July 1687; Samuel,
1689; and two other ch. as the indefatiga. Mr. Quint shows in
Geneal. Reg. VII. 258; but he makes his wid. in 1691 Mary.

    NUTT, MILES, Watertown, freem. 17 May 1637, brot. from Eng. d.
Sarah, who m. 5 Nov. 1644, at Woburn, where he then resid. John
Wyman, and next, 25 Aug. 1684, Thomas Fuller; but he d. at Malden, 2
July 1671. There he had liv. sev. yrs.; was one of the petitnrs. in favor
of freedom in the ch. made contr. of m. 4 Jan. 1659 with wid. Sibell
Bibble, wh. was for benefit of herself and her d. Ann, w. of Robert
Jones of Hull, aft. of Lancaster, pro. 15 Dec. 1674, by James Cary and
Thomas Carter, who had, with Solomon Phipps, been witn. of his will, 1
Feb. 1661, in wh. said contr. was design. to be fulfil. In that will he
made John Wyman sen. excor. provides for the sec. w. names d. Sarah,
her s. John, and, perhaps, others of the ch. Inv. of the est. was with
the vol. of rec. burned. The wid. m. 30 Oct. 1674, John Doolittle, of
that part of Boston call. Rumney marsh, who d. 1681, and she d. 23
Sept. 1690, aged 82.

    NUTTER, ANTHONY, Dover, s. of Hatevil, had John, b. 27 Dec.
1662, perhaps other ch. was freem. 1666, rep. in Mass. 1674, and 6, of
the Counc. N. H. 1682, d. 19 Feb. 1686. HATEVIL, Dover 1641, was
in 1649 of the gr. jury in Maine, but soon back on the W. side of
the river; much betrust. a rul. elder, active against the Quakers, as says
Sewall, I. 564, wh. perverts his good name to Nutwell, had beside
Anthony and, perhaps, other childr. a d. who m. Thomas Laighton;
Mary, wh. m. John Wingate; and he d. 1675, aged 71.

    NUTTING, JAMES, Groton, prob. s. of John, by w. Lydia, d. of William
Longley, had Sarah, b. 11 Mar. 1681; Lydia, 3 June 1686; Joanna,
21 Feb. 1691; Ruth, 17 Apr. 1693; Elizabeth 5 Nov. 1698; and
William, betw. Lydia and Joanna, who d. 12 Apr. 1712. JOHN, Groton,
m. at Woburn, 28 Aug. 1650, Sarah Eggleton or Eggleden, or Iggleden,
perhaps d. of Stephen, there had a s. b. 1651, who may have been John,
and prob. other ch. certain. at Chelmsford, Mary, 16 Jan. 1656; and
John, James, and Mary were bapt. 3 Aug. 1656; Sarah, b. 7 Jan. 1660,
d. soon; but at G. the rec. gives these names: Sarah, 29 May 1663;
Ebenezer, 23 Oct. 1666; and Jonathan, 17 Oct. 1668; was freem. 1660.
JOHN, Groton, prob. s. of the preced. had two ws. both nam. Mary, of
wh. the first, m. 11 Dec. 1674, was mo. of all his ch. but the dispersion
of king Philip's war next yr. and long enduring perils of Ind. hostil.
prevent. his return, account for deficiency of their rec.

    NYE, BENJAMIN, Lynn, rem. to Sandwich 1637, where he was
progenit. of a very numer. line, yet of a single s. only, Jonathan, b. 20
Nov. 1649, is the date of b. kn. and of Mary, 8 Apr. 1652. EBENEZER,