Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p178


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been wid. of Francis Ball. He was a lieut. and d. as says the fam.
mem. in Geneal. Reg. V. 352, 15 Sept. and Farmer says 25 Sept. 1683.
THOMAS, Springfield, s. of the preced. m. 21 Dec. 1672, Abigail, d. of
Benjamin Mun, had Thomas, b. 28 Jan. 1674, d. next yr.; Abigail, 27
May 1675, d. young; Hannah, 29 Dec. 1677, d. soon; Hannah, again,
22 Dec. 1680; Thomas, again, 13 Nov. 1682, d. in two yrs.; a d. b. and
d. 1685; Sarah, 17 Apr. 1686; Mary, 1 Nov. 1688; and Abigail, again,
b. and d. 1692. His w. d. 5 Feb. 1692 or 3, and he m. 12 Apr. 1694,
Mary, wid. of Samuel Ely. He sw. fidel. 1678, was freem. 1690, and
d. 7 Dec. 1695. Next yr. 11 Dec. his wid. m. deac. John Coleman of
Hatfield. THOMAS, Northampton, s. of John of the same, m. 16 Sept.
1684, Elizabeth d. of . . . . Wright, had Elizabeth 31 Oct 1685; Thomas, 2
June 1689; Josiah, Sept. 1694; Hannah, whose date of b. is not found;
Joseph, 30 Mar. 1697; Experience, 14 Mar. 1699, d. young; Asahel,
10 Apr. 1701; Experience, again, 18 Mar. 1703; and Mary, 26 Dec.
1705. He d. 28 Apr. 1712, and his wid. m. 1715, John Hannum.
Under date of 3 Nov. 1685, in his Diary, Sewall notes, that one S. of
Watertown was fin. with James Bigelow, "for insult. Lt. Gov. Stoughton
and Dudley." No doubt this was a political offence. But in Dr. Dond's
Geneal, Reg. of W. tho. he notes this suffering of Bigelow, the name of
Stebbins for many yrs. bef. had dispp. Of this name, in 1816, there
had been gr. six at Yale, and one at Harv.

    STEDMAN, ancient. STUDMAN, AUGUSTINE, Newbury 1678, sw.
alleg. that yr. then aged 40. GEORGE, Charlestown, m. 4 Apr. 1674,
Hannah Coburn, had William, b. 20 Mar. 1675; Hannah, 16 Oct.
1677; Sarah, 13 Aug. 1683; and Mary, 27 May 1686; all bapt. 17
Apr. 1687, his w. join. the ch. 25 Sept. fol. and the rec. says the bapt.
was by mistake. ISAAC, Scituate, came from London in the Elizabeth
1635, aged 30, tho. his name is not seen in the print. list, with w. Elizabeth
26; and s. Nathaniel, 5; and Isaac, 1, join. Lothrop's ch. 17 July
1636, had at S. Elizabeth bapt. 26 Nov. 1637; Thomas, and Sarah; rem.
1650, to Boston, liv. at Muddy riv. was a merch. d. 1678, says Deane.
His will of 2 Oct. in that yr. provides for s. Nathaniel, and Thomas, ds.
Elizabeth Haman, i. e. Hammond, w. of the sec. Thomas; Hannah, w. of
Samuel Hyde; and Sarah, w. of Thomas[1] Perry. JOHN, Cambridge,
came, in 1638, with Rev. Josse Glover, wh. d. on the voyage, freem. 13
May 1640. His w. Alice, prob. brot. from Eng. d. 6 Mar. 1690, aged
as gr. stone says, a. 80, and he d. 16 Dec. 1693, aged 92. He was oft.
selectman betw. 1640 and 76, and ensign 1645, had ds. Elizabeth, Sarah, b.
11 Jan. 1644; and Martha, 3 June 1646; all bapt. at C. Elizabeth m. 5
Mar. 1662, Nathaniel Upham, wh. d. 15 days aft.; and she m. 27 Apr.
1669, Henry Thompson of Boston; and last, John Sharp; outliv. him,