Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p147

Volume 4, Page 147

Samuel Deering, had Mary, b. 3 June, 1676; and Ebenezer, 24 Feb.
1679, and d. the same yr. as also her mo. d. NATHANIEL, Braintree,
youngest s. of George the first, m. 8 Aug. 1689, Hannah Holman,
perhaps d. of Thomas, had Hannah, b. 30 Sept. 1690; Nathaniel, 25
Sept. 1692; John, 11 Nov. 1694; Mary, 18 Feb. 1697; Daniel, 27 Mar.
1699; Joseph, 24 May 1701; Nathan, bapt. 19 Sept. 1703; Thomas, 28
Sept. 1707, d. only one day less than 16 yrs. aft. stud. at Harv.
Coll.; Margaret, 16 Aug. 1710; and Lydia, 5 Feb 1713. His w. d. 9
Apr. 1725, and he d. 12 Sept. 1728. RICHARD, Braintree, br. of the
preced. had Rebecca, Benjamin, Richard, John, James, Mary, and
Deborah, all bapt. 11 Apr. 1698. SAMUEL, Braintree, br. of the
preced. had Samuel, b. 6 July 1696, H.C. 1715, min. of
Provincetown; Daniel, 25 Aug. 1698; Elizabeth 19 June 1700; Mehitable,
28 Sept. 1702: Dorothy; Hannah, bapt. 4 Aug. 1706; William, b. 8
July 1708; John, 8 Apr. 1710; Mary, bapt. 23 Mar. 1712; and Benoni,
23 July 1714, posthum. for his f. d. 24 Dec. preced.

    SPENCER or SPENSER, ABRAHAM, Boston, 1677, m. Abigail, d. of the
first Theodore, Atkinson
Cambridge 1634, rem. to Lynn, freem. 9 Mar. 1637, in Mar. 1639, had
gr. of the ferry at L. rem. to Haddam bef. 1660, was propound. for
freem. of Conn. 1672, was ens. of the milit. rep. 1674 and 5; had
w. Hannah, s. John: Thomas: Samuel: William: Nathaniel: Timothy:
and ds. Hannah, wh. m. a. 1665, Daniel Brainard, gr.f. of the
celebr. missiona. to the Ind.; Mehitable m. Daniel Cone; Alice m.
early in 1662, Thomas Brooks, and, next, 1673, Thomas Shaler;
Rebecca m.a. 1682, John Kennard, and, next, John Tanner; and Ruth
m. Joseph Clark; and he d. 1685. JARED, Hartford, s. of Thomas the
, m. 22 Dec. 1680, Hannah, d. of John Pratt the third of the
, wh. d. 22 Oct. 1692, and he d. 1712, hav. had Hannah, b. 12
Oct. 1681; Jared, 15 Jan 1683; Nathaniel, 2 Feb. 1685, d. soon;
John, 25 Oct. 1686; Sarah, and Eliz. tw. 16 Feb 1688; Nathaniel,
again, 21 Dec. 1690; and Mary, 8 Sept. 1692. * JOHN, Ipswich, came
from London in the Mary and John 1634, hav. tak. the o. of suprem.
and alleg. 26 Mar. in London; and was freem. 3 Sept. foll. and the
first rep. 1634 and 5, rem. to Newbury with the first sett. and was
rep. for that town 1635, and the same yr. allow. to build with Mr.
Dummer, chos. capt. by the Gen. Ct. Mar. 1637, but two mos. aft.
turn. out for his heresy in favor. Wheelwright, and Nov. foll. ord.
to surrender his arms. See Winthrop I. 248. He went home next yr.
and d. it is thot. in 1648, for in Mar. 1649, his will of 1 Aug.
1637, was pro. at Salem. In it he ment. neph. John S. his heir,
br. Thomas Spencer, and cous. Ann Knight. JOHN, Haddam, s. perhaps
eldest., of the first Jared, was a propr. 1660, offer. as freem.