Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p192

Volume 4, Page 192

but of him I find no more, exc. his tak. sec. w. Elizabeth eldest d. of sec.
James Chute, and d. at Rowley 29 Apr. 1727. BENJAMIN, Rowley, br.
of the preced. m. Mary Palmer, had six s. and one d. and d. 5 Mar.
1756. JOHN, Rowley, s. of William, m. Hannah, d. of that capt.
Samuel Brocklebank, which was k. in Philip's war, had John, Samuel,
and five ds. JOHN, Newbury, s. of Amos, m. 10 Dec. 1689, Mary Poor,
d. prob. of sec. John of the same, had Mary, b. 1 July 1691; John, 30
July 1693; Sarah, 10 May 1696; Prudence, 15 Sept. 1699; and
Joseph 19 Dec. 1700. * SAMUEL, Bradford, eldest s. of William, b. in
Eng. rep. 1689 and 90, m. 18 Feb. 1654, Julian, or Susan,[1] d. of Richard
Swan of Rowley
, had four ch. of wh. I see the name of Samuel only,
b. 5 Apr. 1663, at R. and aft. rem. to B. by sec. w. m. 6 Apr. 1674,
Prudence Gage, wid. of Benjamin, and d. of Thomas Leaver, town clk.
of R. by which he had three more ch. of wh. no names are kn. He
was freem. 1682, and d. 1715, leav. wid. Prudence. SAMUEL, Bradford,
eldest s. of the preced. was a man of good serv. as selectman, had w.
Mary, and it is said, twelve, ch. of wh. I see not the names, exc. that the
first s. was Thomas, bat. 1695; and that Sarah and Mary were also
bapt. that yr.; Richard, 5 June 1709; Abraham and Jonathan, perhaps
tw. 21 Jan. 1711; and Dorothy, 6 Apr. 1712. THOMAS, Newbury, s.
of William, sw. alleg. 25 May 1669, was of Bradford, when freem.
1685. WILLIAM, Rowley, was adm. of Boston ch. 6 Jan. 1639, hav.
come prob. the yr. preced. from Hull in Yorksh. and on 24 Nov. aft.
was with others dism. to found the new ch. at R. was freem. 7 Oct.
1640, but prob. he brot. w. and one or more ch. from Eng. His w. was
Eliz. and of the ch. are kn. Samuel; John, b. 1640; Andrew, 1644;
Thomas, 1646; Mary; Faith; and Mercy; beside the first ment.
Amos; and he d. 15 Jan. 1665. but the order of success. is uncert.
and perhaps he had other ch. than Farmer could tell. Faith m. 10
June 1674, at Bradford, Samuel Gage, and an Eliz. S. [This Eliz. was
daughter of Lt. Samuel and granddaughter of the immigrant.] m. 21 July 1680,
also at B. Daniel Tenny.

    STILEMAN or STYLEMAN, ELLIAS, Salem, an early sett. even as Felt
suggests, may have come in the fleet wiht Higginson, 1629, prob. brot.
s. Elias, but of his w. Judith we hear no more; freem. 3 July 1632,
licens. to keep an ordinary in 1635, when he was constable, gave up
prob. that employm. in 1653, and was made clk. of the Court for the
Co. and d. 1662. His inv. was tak. 7 Nov. of that yr. A very dilig.
inquir. in Essex Inst. II. 163, is confid. that he d. bef. June 1639, tho.
he states that the inv. was not brot. in bef. Nov. 1663. Yet, as E. S. jr.
appears in many appraisem. 1653 and aft. I doubt much. * ELIAS,
Salem, perhaps s. of the preced. b. a. 1617, adm. of the ch. 18 Aug.
1639, and freem. 18 May 1642, ahd Elias, bapt. 15 Mar. 1640; and
Elizabeth hw. m. a. 1687, John Jordan; was of ar. co. 1645, rem. perhaps
not bef. 1663 to Portsmouth; m. sec. w. 10 Apr. 1667, Ruth Maynard,
had Ruth, wh. m. 5 Sept. 1687, William, Buswell or Bussell. In the list of