Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v3p499

Volume 3, Page 499

of him, exc. that his Inv. is found of 14 Mar. 1690. WILLIAM, Ipswich,
perhaps s. of the preced. but of wh. I learn nothing exc. by his
will of est. among Prob. rec. after dec. 10 Apr. 1719, when wd. Mary,
eldest s. William, and other s. Robert and Francis, and other relat. are
ment. It is possible from adopt. his name for one of his s. that he was of
kin to Quarles, the puritan poet. Yet in Boston Joanna was m. by
Gov. Bellingham to Richard Smith of Lancaster, 2 Aug. 1654; tho.
no occur. of the name can be found for more than 80 yrs. after the sett.
of the town, either in births, or deaths, or in the public reg. of deeds or
of wills.

    QUELCH, BENJAMIN, Boston, by w. Elizabeth had Nathaniel, b. 9 Dec.
1692; and Benjamin, 25 Aug. 1694; prob. rem. soon, as he is not in
the list of inhab. 1695.

    QUELVES, ROBERT, is the impossib. name writ. by the Secreta. in our
Col. Rec. for Oct. 1645 (the bungler was Increase Nowell), among the
petnrs. for a new planta. that our rulers would have gained from R. I.
or Providence jurisdict. No doubt it was Twelves, of Braintree, the
freem. of 1663, and in later vols. of the rec. restitut. was made in place
of the false letters.

    QUICK, NATHANIEL, New Hampshire, d. 1677. Kelly. WILLIAM,
Charlestown 1636, a mariner, as seems if from Trumbull, Col. Rec. I. 6,
rem. to Newport, where he was adm. an inhab. 27 Dec. 1638. Prob.
his relig. opin. or those of his friends led to that, and he sold ho. and ld.
June 1644. Ann Q. of Charlestown, perhaps his mo. sold her ho. and
ld. in Apr. 1640.

    QUIDDINGTON, JOSEPH, one of the soldiers k. by the Ind. 19 Oct.
1675, at Hatfield, but of what town he had been inhab. is unkn. ABRAHAM,
Boston, perhaps s. of the preced. by w. Sarah had Elizabeth bapt. 31
Dec. 1682, but her b. is not found in the rec. of the town, so that I infer,
he came in from the neighbor. He had also Ann, bapt. 1 Feb. 1685,
and was of the 3d or O. S. ch. but he no more is heard of. His d. Ann
m. 14 Oct. 1703, Thomas Holland.

    QUILTER, JOSEPH, Ipswich 1679, perhaps s. of Mark the first, is
ment. in the valu. pamphlet of 1689, Revo. in N. E. justif. p. 38. MARK,
Ipswich 1637, came prob. with Rev. Nathaniel Rogers the yr. bef.
bring. some ch. and d. perhaps, 1654, his will being of 7 Feb. in that
yr. His ch. were Joseph, Mark, Mary, Rebecca, and Sarah; the two
first may have been b. in Eng. His d. Mary is nam. in the will of Rev.
N. Rogers, 3 July 1655, as his maid serv. MARK, Ipswich, s. of the
preced. m. Frances, d. of Richard Swan of Rowley. He was b. a.
1630, and his will is of 4 Nov. 1678.

    QUIMBY or QUINBY, JOHN, Stratford 1654, had one ch. b. there, but