Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v3p388


Volume 3, Page 388

    PENDLETON, * BRYAN, Watertown, an early sett. freem. 3 Sept. 1634,
help. to sett. Sudbury, of wh. he was selectman some yrs. but rep. bef.
and aft. for W. betw. 1636 and 48 six yrs. rem. to Ipswich perhaps, certain.
to Portsmouth, of wh. he was rep. some yrs, then rem. to Saco,
Winter habour, thence after near a dozen yrs. driv. by the Ind. war,
Aug. 1676, went again to Portsmouth, there made his will 9 Aug. 1677,
wh. was pro. 5 Apr. 1681. He was capt. and major many yrs. left w.
Eleanor, s. James and d. Mary, wh. m. Seth Fletcher. CALEB, Westerly
1679. JAMES, Watertown, s. of Bryan, by w. Mary had James,
b. 1 Nov. 1650; she d. 7 Nov. 1655; and he m. sec. w. 29 Apr.
1656, at Sudbury, Hannah, d. of Edmund Goodenow, had Bryan, b. 27
Sept. 1659; Joseph, Dec. 1661; Edmund, prob. 24 June 1664; Ann,
12 Nov. 1667; Caleb, 8 Aug. 1669; and James, older or younger, nam.
in the will of his gr. f. He was one of the found. of the first ch. at
Portsmouth 1671, but perhaps had his f's. love of rem. and liv. at Stonington
1674-8, then call, capt. and serv. in the war against Philip 1676;
was at Westerly 1686 to 1700. JOSEPH, Boston 1651, witness that yr.
to the will of Robert Turner, may have been s. of Bryan.

    PENFIELD, SAMUEL, Lynn 1650, m. 30 Nov. 1675, Mary Lewis, had
Samuel, b. 17 Sept. 1676; and Mary, 24 Oct. 1678; and at Rehoboth,
John, 30 May 1681 or after; in 1688 liv. at Bristol with w. and five ch.
Mary m at Taunton 14 Apr. 1698, Jeremiah Fairbanks. THOMAS, Rehoboth,
had Sarah, b. 20 Feb. 1681. WILLIAM, Middletown 1663.
Hinman 62.

    PENGILLY, JOHN, Springfield, had been made freem. 1678 at Ipswich,
and rem. to S. that yr. liv. in that part call. now Suffield, was liv. 1728,
No. doubt he was Welsh or Cornish, but the print. Col. Rec. V. 539
makes the surname Bengilley. I prefer the reading of Paige, yet admit
the unusual correctn. of the state chirogr. Pulsifer.

    PENHALLOW, � SAMUEL, Portsmouth, b. 2 July 1665, at St. Mabyn,
near Bodmin, in Cornwall, as he tells us, and verifying the jingle of
Camden's Remains:

By, Tre, Ros, Pol, Lan, Caer, and Pen
you may know the most Cornish men.

He came with Rev. Charles Morton, under who, he had prob. stud. at
Newington Green, arr. at Charlestown 1686, join. the ch. there late in
Feb. 1687, went soon to Portsmouth, m. 1 July 1687, Mar. d. of Pres.
John Cutt, was counsellor, seer. and many yrs. treasr. of the prov. judge
of the Sup. Ct. 1714, and Ch. J. 1717 to his d. 2 Dec. 1726; yet in our
day most thot. of as the histor. of the later Ind. Wars. His ch. were
JOHN, wh. m. Ann, d. of Hon. Jacob Wendell, was capt. and d. bef. 1736;