Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v3p58

Volume 3, Page 58

Phebe Brown of Providence, wid. of Thomas Lee, wh. d. on his pass.
leav. her with three ch.) Greenfield, b. 20 Apr. 1648; John, 23 Feb.
1650; Elizabeth 23 Jan. 1653; Joseph, Mar. 1655, d. young; and Sarah, 3
Mar. 1658. He was d. in Nov. 1662. Elizabeth m. Joshua Hempstead, and
Sarah m. 2 June 1678, John Fox, both of N. L. GREENFIELD, Saybrook,
s. of the preced. m. Mar. 1673, Alice, d. of Thomas Parke of New London,
had Thomas, b. June 1675; John, 19 June 1677; Phebe, 13 Dec. 1680; Alice,
18 Aug. 1684; Dorothy 25 Mar. 1687; Nathaniel, Jan. 1689; Elizabeth Sept. 1692;
Greenfield, 13 June 1696; and his w. d. 23 Nov. 1729. He liv. in that pt. of
Norwich, now Preston, and d. 4 Feb. 1739, almost 91 yrs. old. ISAAC,
Falmouth a. 1680, being driv. off by the Ind. went to Lynn, says Willis;
had Benjamin, b. 1666, at Casco, bef ment.; beside Samuel, and Thomas.
In Maine the name spread much. JOHN, Lyme, s. of the first Greenfield,
d. Oct. 1725, leav. sev. ch. of wh. were John and Joseph of Coventry.
WILLIAM, m. at Malden Nov. 1655, Elizabeth perhaps d. of George Felt was
freem. 1690. Sometimes this name is pervert. to Leatherby, as very oft. it
was sound.

    LARY, CORNELIUS, Exeter, took o. of fidel. 30 Nov. 1677.

    LASKIN, HUGH, Salem 1636, freem. 22 May 1639. His w. d. 28
July 1658, and he d. Mar. 1659.

    LATCOME, WILLIAM, a passeng. in the Hercules 1634, as print. in
Geneal. Reg. IX. 267, wh. may be error for Larcom, or Larkham; but
nothing can be kn.

    LATHAM, * CARY, Cambridge, m Eliz. d. of John Masters, and prob.
wid. of Edmund Lockwood, had Thomas, b. Nov. 1639; Joseph, 2 Dec.
of a yr. to be supplied by conject. as the rec. is defic.; rem. early to
New London, where he was of active serv. rep. 1664, and aft. to 70.
He had there Eliz. wh. m. 25 Jan. 1678, John Leeds; Jane, m. Hugh
Hubbard; Lydia, m. John Packer; and Hannah, wh. m. prob. John
Lockwood. He d. 1685. JOSEPH, New London, s. of the preced. took
w. Mary at Newfoundland, there had Cary, b. 14 July 1668, and at
New London ten more ch. at his d. in 1706 leav. seven s. one d,
LEWIS, Newport, of wh. we kn. no more, but that his d. Frances m.
Jeremiah Clark, and was mo. of Gov. Walter and others; but it may be
that he never came to our shores. ROBERT, Cambridge, perhaps br. of
Cary, liv. two yrs. or more with Rev. Thomas Shepard, rem. to Marshfield,
where he was constable 1643, thence to Plymouth, where he m.
Susanna, d. of John Winslow, in 1649, and had Mercy, b. 2 June 1650;
bef. 1667 rem. to Bridgewater, had s. James, Chilton, Joseph, Elizabeth
Hannah, and Sarah. Mitchell thinks him s. of William. Hannah m.
Joseph Wachburn. THOMAS, New London, s. of Cary, m. 15 Oct.
1673, Rebecca, d. of Hugh Wells, had only ch. Samuel; and his wid.
m. 24 June 1676, John Packer. Groton side of the harbor of New
London was the resid. of the fam. still perpet. there. WILLIAM, Plymouth,
came in the Mayflower, 1620, serv. to Gov. Carver, only a
youth, and, in 1627, had sh. in the div. of cattle, being in the lot with
Gov. Bradford, yet was never nam. as one of the Mayflower's comp. in
1620 when he was a boy under Carver's charge, and for the div. of
lds. in 1624, with ano. serv. of C. may have help. John Howland to
count four heads. By the discov. of Bradford's Hist. his right to passage
in the first sh. is prov. He was of Duxbury 1637-9, and Marshfield