Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p139


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by w. Sarah had Samuel, b. 8 Feb. 1670; Sarah, 28 May 1672; Daniel,
9 July 1674; Abigail, 4 Apr. 1677; Richard, 10 Dec. 1683, and Hannah,
S June 1686. His w. d. next wk. and, in one day, short of eight
wks. aft. he m. Sarah, d. of John Parker of Newton, had Deborah, b.
Oct. 1687, d. in 2 mos.; Joanna, 10 Feb. 1689; Ebenezer, 7 Oct. 1691;
and his w. d. 28 Jan. 1695. STEPHEN, Eastham, m. 28 Oct. 1663,
Susanna, wid. of Joseph Rogers jun. d. of Stephan Deane, had Bathshua,
b. 25 July 1664; Hannah, 2 Jan. 1667; Micajah, 22 Dec. 1669;
and Bethia, 1 July 1672. THOMAS, Boston 1636, a barber, by w. Milcah
had Meletiah, b. 30 Sept. 1638; was adm. of our ch. 5 Sept. 1641,
and had Melita, bapt. Sunday foll. a. 3 wks. old; Hannah, 1 Apr.
1644, a. 5 days old, prob. d. young; Abigail, and Hannah, tw. b. 10
Mar. 1652; Mehitable, 8 Feb. 1655; was freem. 18 May 1642; in
1667, was an innholder at the sign of the dove. WILLIAM, Plymouth
1643, came prob. in the Susan and Ellen from London 163O, aged 18,
was apprent. of Richard Derby, was of Bridgewater 1682, m. Rebecca,
d. of Robert Barker,[1] and had William, James, Joseph, Benjamin, Mary,
Lydia, Hannah, and Rebecca. WILLIAM Bridgewater, s. prob. of the
preced. m. Naomi, d. of Thomas Whitman. Of this name, in 1829,
Farmer says three had been gr. at Brown Univ. of wh. was Caleb H.
the dilig. and lament. hist. of Boston.

    SNUFFENE, GEORGE, if such a name be true, was propound. 1670, for
freem. in Conn.

    SOLART or SALART, JOHN, Wenham 1656, had w. Sarah, nam. in
his will of 26 Sept. 1672; but perhaps she was then in Eng. certain. in
1676, when he went for her, was back here in 1679. From Prob. Reg.
we find, that his wid. had admin. the ch. were Elizabeth w. of Joseph Lovett;
Hannah, w. of John Trask; Martha, w. of Thomas Kilham; Abigail, w. of
Mordecai Larcum; Mary, wh. m. John Edwards; Sarah, wh. m. Daniel Poole;
Bethia; and Joseph, wh. last d. under age; that the wid. mo. of these ch. had
m. Ezekiel Woodward, and was since dec. JOSEPH, perhaps of Ipswich,
was br. of the preced. ROBERT, in some pt. of Essex, had recent. d. when
his inv. was made 1663.

    SOLEY or SOLLY, JOHN, Charlestown 1686, by w. Abigail wh. was
bapt. 9 Jan. 1687, had Mary, bapt. 12 Feb. 1688; and Abigail, 19 June 1692.
He m. 23 July 1693, Dorcas, d. of Nathaniel Coffin; and she m. 1736, it is
said, Nathaniel Gorham. MANUS, Charlestown, had Rebecca, b. 20 Oct. 1646.
MATTHEW, Charlestown, perhaps br. of John, had w. Sarah, bapt. 20 Mar.
1681, with John, and Matthew (perhaps not tw.), their ch. at the same
time; a ch. whose name is omit. on the rec. 2 Apr. 1682; and Sarah, 22
June 1684. May not these persons have been Huguenots?

    SOLLENDEN or SALINDINE, JOHN, Dunstable, m. 2 Apr. 1679, or 2
Aug. 1680 (by the rec. of Middlesex or Fox's Hist. respectiv.), Elizabeth
Usher, and F. gives the names and dates of the ch. Sarah, b. Apr. 1682;
John, May 1683; and Alice, Jan. 1686. He was a selectman, liv.

    SOMERBY, ABIEL, Newbury, s. of Anthony, freem. 1669, m. 13 Nov.
1661, Rebecca, d. of deac. Richard Knight, had Henry, b. 13 Nov.