Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p106


Volume 4, Page 106

of Thomas Gould, had John, Apr. 1673; Richard, 3 Jan. 1676; beside
Nathaniel, 27 Mar. 1686, I presume, for the transcrib. from the rec. of
b. in Geneal. Reg. VI. 336, has Jan. and here, prob. as in most of the
dates, has mistak. the meanings of the numeral for the month; and Abigail,
17 Feb. 1691, was freem. 1690, and d. 2 Mar. 1704. WALTER,
Salem 1680. Of this name, Farmer says, there had been gr. in 1829,
five at Yale, three at Harv. and six at other N. E. CoIl.

    SKIPPER or SKEPPAR, THEOPHILUS, Lynn, a minor, hav. demand
of £51. against Benjamin Keayne, payab. on his com. of age, and Rev.
John Cotton and Rev. Thomas Cobbett, his guardians in 1646, interfer.
for his security. A Jane S. of Boston, spinster, in Jan. 1652, obt. secur.
for £50. from Valentine Hill of Dover in comp. with Rev. Thomas
Cobbett and Joshua Scottow, so that I infer a relat. betw. this maiden
and Theophilus, prob. br. and sis. She m. 19 Aug. 1653, Abraham
. Perhaps Catharine of L. was ano. sis.

    SKOULING, ROBERT, Hingham, came 1638, from old Hingham, with
Thomas Cooper, and his fam. perhaps as serv. in the Diligent, but certain.
he had no gr. of ld. there, nor is his name ever found again.

    SKULLARD. See Scullard.

    SLACK, WILLIAM, Weymouth, by w. Mary had Thomas, b. 5 July

    SLADE, WILLIAM, New Port adm. freem. 1659. See R. I. Hist. Coll.
III. 251.

    SLAPUM, PETER, if the strange name be correct, was a selectman of
FairfieId 1669.

    SLATER, JOHN, Marblehead, 1665, had w. Elizabeth when he d. that yr.

    SLAUGHTER, JOHN, Simsbury, propound. for freem. 1674, had m. 15
July 1669, Abiah, wid. of Elisha Bartlett.

    SLAWSON, ELEAZER, Stamford, s. of George, had a fam. but the
names are unkn. GEORGE, Lynn 1637, rem. to Sandwich, yet is not
found among men able to bear arms in 1643; prob. went to Stamford
bef. 1644, where were, 1669, propound. for freem. he with s. Eleazer,
and John. He had a d. wh. m. John Gould, and these three ch. seem
to be all he had when his will was made. He d. 17 Feb. 1695. JOHN,
Stamford, s. of the preced. m. 12 Nov. 1663, Sarah, d. of William
Tuttle of New Haven, had John, b. 1664; Sarah, 1667; and Jonathan,
1670. His w. was k. 17 Nov. 1676, with an axe, by her br. Benjamin
T. wh. tho. prob. insane was execut. for it, 13 June foll. He m. sec. w.
Elizabeth Benedict, had Mary, Thomas, and, perhaps, more ch. and d. 1706.
JOSIAH, Marshfield, possib. but not prob. s. of George, m. 12 Mar.
1679, Mary Williamson. THOMAS, Stamford, had gr. of houselot in
1641, but did not contin. there to enjoy it. Sometimes this name is
Slason, and oft. Slosson.