Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v3p59


Volume 3, Page 59

1643, and 8, and in Bradford we see, that aft. so long resid. here,
he went home to Eng. thence to the Bahamas, and d. of starvation. Of
one Latham, in our country, there is idle tradit. that he was brot. up
with Charles I. but no benefit or evil of the companionsh. is boasted.

    LATHROP. See Lothrop.

    LATTIMORE or LATIMER, CHRISTOPHER, Marblehead 1648, in
1663 sold dwel.-ho. to Robert Hooper, but was there liv. 1675. HUGH,
Marblehead, perhaps s. of the preced. m. 1669, Mary, d. of Susanna,
w. of William Pitt, or Pitts, prob. by Philip Alley, her former h. JOHN,
Wethersfield, had Rebecca, b. 1646; Naomi, 1648; Abigail, 1649;
John, 1650; Elisheba, 1652; Jonathan, 1655; and Bezaleel,
1657; all with w. Ann nam. in his will 1662, when he d. Elizabethm.
Thomas Hollister of W. ROBERT, New London, mariner, a. 1660, m.
prob. at Boston, Ann, wid. of Matthew Jones, and d. of George Griggs,
had Robert, b. 5 Feb. 1664; and Elizabeth 14 Nov. 1667; and he d. 1671.
Elizabeth m. Jonathan Prentiss. ROBERT, New London, s. of the preced.
d. 2 Nov. 1728, leav. John, perhaps H. C. 1703; Robert; Jonathan;
Samuel; and Peter.

    LATTING, LETTEN or LETTIN, JOSIAH, Huntington, or Oyster Bay,
L. I. 1685, was s. prob. of Richard. RICHARD, Concord, had Josiah,
b. 20 Feb. 1641; and ano. s. on 12 Sept. 1643; but the rec. gives not
the name; rem. to Fairfield, and thence in few yrs. to L. I. a. Huntington.
In 1663 he was order. to depart for not submit. to jurisdict. of
Conn. and in Nov. 1672 was by New York denounc. for disloyal speech
against the Duke.

    LAUGHTON, THOMAS, Boston 1660. He was of Lynn 1666-79, and
prob. had s. Thomas, as he is call. sen. in later yrs.

    LAURENSON, JAMES, and JOHN, Newtown, L. I. 1686, were prob. of
Dutch descent.

    LAURIE, FRANCIS, Salem, of wh. the Hist. Coll. of Essex Inst. Ir.
15, gives all that I have learn. that his will of 6 Nov. 1665, pro. June
foll. ment. s.-in-law John Neal and w. Mary, and Jeremiah, John
Jonathan, Joseph, and Lydia But conject. is bold eno. to suggest, that
the same man is intend. where Felt, II. 447, places the graveyard "on
the hill above Francis Lawe's ho.;" and there is no doubt of the soundness
of the conject. after turn. to the artic. Lawes in this volume; but
whose reading, Felt's or Patch's should be prefer. must be left to ano.
eye to decide. GILBERT, Boston 1686, went to preach that yr. in abs.
of Moody, at Portsmouth, was prob. a Scotchman, and may be presum.
to have gone home in 1689.

    LAVENUKE, STEPHEN, a Frenchman, m. 25 Sept. 1672, Mary Dival,
perhaps French also, had Isabella, b. 22 Dec. 1673; Judith, 1677, wh.
d. 22 Apr. 1758; and Stephen, in 1678, wh. d. 1 Jan. 1764.

    LAVERICK, JOHN, perhaps at Watertown, as serv. of Richard Kimball,
came at the age of 15, in the Elizabeth from Ipswich, 1634.