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John, Samuel, and Robert, the youngest, beside d. mary. To Samuel
was gr. admin. of Robert, lost at sea. July 1683.

    PEMBER, THOMAS, New London 1686, had there bapt. in 1692, Mercy,
Thomas, and Elizabeth; in 1694, Ann; and in 1696, John; but only four of
these with w. Agnes, were liv. at his d. by drown. 27 Sept. 1711.

    PERMBERTON, BENJAMIN, Boston, s. of James, was freem. 1690. His
will of 8, pro. 27 Mar. 1709, ment. w. Elizabeth and four ch. but names only eldest
s. Benjamin, then under 17 yrs. EBENEZER, Boston, s. of James the
sec. was min. of the O. S. or third ch. of wh.his f. was one of the found.
ord. collea, with Willard, 28 Aug. 1700, d. 13 Feb. 1717; was f. of
Ebenezer, H. C. 1721. JAMES, Charlestown, came prob. in the fleet with
Winth, req. adm. as freem. 19 oct. 1630, but that he ever took the o.
does not appear; by w. Alice, wh.join. the ch. Aug. 1633, had James,
bapt. 14 Sept. of that yr. prob. d. young; Mary, 3 Apr. 1636; Sarah, 30
Dec. 1638; and John, 24 Apr. 1642; perhaps rem. to hull for short time,
a. 1647; but d. at Malden, 5 Feb. 1662. His will of 23 Mar. 1661, made
at M. Mentions w. s. John and his w. Margaret, ds. Sarah, and Mary, with
her h. Edward Barlow, and their childr. Sarah m. 30 Oct. 1668, Samuel
Gibson, JAMES, Newbury 1646, freem. 1648, had John, b. 16 Feb. 1648,
rem. to Boston, bec. one of the found. of O. S. ch. by w. Sarah had
Thomas, b. 17 Feb. 1653; Joseph, 2 July 1655; Benjamin, 26 apr.
1660; Mary, 13 July 1662; Benjamin, again, 11 Mar. 1666; Jonathan,
28 Aug. 1668; Elinor, 3 Feb. 1672, prob. the same as that Ebenezer,
bapt. 11 Feb. 1672, H. C. 1691, bef. ment.and d. 10 oct. 1696. JOHN,
Boston, 1632, freem. 1 Apr. 1634, rem. to Newbury; and Coffin says his
w. d. 1646. Perhaps he ret. to Boston, m. Sarah, d. of Thomas Marshall,
the shoemaker
, and in 1662 liv. at that part call. Winnesemet.
JOSEPH, New London, s. of James, had liv. some time at Westerly bef.
1679, had two s. James and Joseph, who, aft. his d. 14 oct. 1702, were
taken by the wid. Mary to Boston, as Caulkins, 345, tells; while two ds.
Mary, w.of Alexander Baker, and Eliz, w. of Jonathan Rogers, contin.
to liv. at that part of New London, now Montville, but the wid. went
back to Boston,as from the will of her s. James,Mar. 1712, is kn.
THOMAS, Boston, s. of James, by w. Hannah had Elizabeth b. 17, bapt. 23
June 1678; James, 4 June 1680, d. very soon; Mehitable, bapt. 17 July
1681; James, again, 3, bapt. 10 Sept. 1682; Thomas, 17, bapt. 22 Mar.
1685; Jane, b. 18 Mar. 1686; and Mary, 26 Oct. 1688; was a surgeon in
that unhappy exped. of Phips against Quebec, 1690, and d. 26 July 1693.

    PEMBROKE, ELKANAH, Boston, one of the found. of Brattle street
ch. may have sprung from Dedham. where in 1643 was one with this

    PENDALL, WILLIAM, New London 1676, shipwright, m. Mehitable, d.
of Ralph Parker.