Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p191

Volume 4, Page 191

and d. 1717, aged, as Coffin says, prob. from exagger. tradit. 100.
JAMES, Plymouth, came in the Fortune 1621, prob. without w. or ch. as
he has, in the div. of lds. 1624, only a single sh. and we may well suppose
he had soon d. or rem. as in the div. of cattle, 1627, his name is
not found among the 156, compos. the total populat. JAMES, Middlebury,
L. I. 1656. JAMES, Weymouth, by w. Ann had Susanna, b. 23
May 1669; JAMES, 26 June 1672; and Ann, 22 Jan. 1675; possib.
others earlier. JAMES, Norwalk 1687, eldest s. of Robert, was ens. in
1713. JAMES, Newbury, s. of Duncan, by w. Elizabeth had James, b. 29
July 1688; and Charles, 10 Jan. 1690. JOHN, Springfield, perhaps as
early as 1650, m. Sarah, d. of the first John Stiles; sw. alleg. 1678, and
d. 21 Apr. 1690. His wid. m. next yr. John Sacket of Northampton.
JOHN, Newbury, perhaps s. of Alexander, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 11
Dec. 1680, and his w. d. in few days; aft. wh. perhaps he rem. to Rowley.
JOHN, Norwalk 1708, s. of Robert JOSEPH, Salisbury, by w.
Mary had Joseph, b. 19 Dec. 1667. RICHARD, by Farmer is ment. as
of ar. co. 1652, but to me the exist. seems shadowy. ROBERT, Norwalk,
mov. in from Milford, where he had not been long, buying est. in
N. 1660, m. 12 June 1661, Bethia, d. of Thomas Rumball of Stratford,
had James, b. 29 Mar. 1662; Abigail, Aug. 1666; John, 18 Mar. 1668;
Deborah, May 1669; Elizabeth Sept. 1671; and Phebe, Feb. 1673, or 4;
and was liv. 1687. From him descend. the late learned theolog. profess.
Moses Stuart, tho. the degr. are less sure. WILLIAM, Lynn, d. 18 Mar.
1664, and his wid. Sarah ret. inv. 29 June foll. A capt. S. is nam. by
Sewall, in his Diary, as d. early in Aug. 1693. Of the gr. historic
name, the clan of Stuart, were Austin, Charles, Neil, and Robert, prisoners
of war from the sad field of 3 Sept. 1651, at Worcester, Cromwell's
crowning mercy, sent to Boston, where they arr. 13 May 1652, to
be sold, but not to perpet. servit. as John Cotton gently suggests to
Oliver. I can feel no doubt, that the gr. majority, betw. three quarters
and nine tenths, d. of scurvy or broken heart; and not one in fifty of
these young men left progeny.

    STICKNEY or STICKNEE, AMOS, Newbury, was from Hull Co. York,
s. of William, perhaps b. in Eng. is said to have been first at Boston, next
at Rowley, of course, with his f. but at N. m. 24 June 1663, Sarah
Morse, prob. d. of Anthony the first, had John, b. 23 June 1666;
Andrew, Dec. 1667; Amos, 3 Aug. 1669; Joseph, 14 Apr. 1671; Benjamin,
4 Apr. 1673; Sarah, 19 Oct. 1674, d. next yr.; Hannah, 31
Mar. 1676; Moses, 26 Nov. 1677; and perhaps Sarah, again, posthum.
sw. alleg. 25 May 1669, and he d. 29 Aug. 1678. His wid. m. 17 Dec.
1684, Stephen Acreman. ANDREW, Newbury, s. of the preced. by w.
Rebecca had Rebecca, b. 16 Jan. 1693, and his w. d. a few days later;