Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p2


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nor is the date of either giv. but seven appear with some distinctness,
and the names are thot. to be Mercy, in add. to the five foregoing, and
William, beside, perhaps, ano. s. whose wid. gave of her mite to the
cause. WILLIAM, Rehoboth, s. perhaps of the preced. had Mary, b. 18
Sept. 1675; and Margaret, 10 Apr. 1680. Easi. this name gains final e.

    SABLE or SABLES, JOHN, Hartford 1639, rem. prob. bef. 1650, to
some other town of uncert. name, perhaps Wethersfield, and was freem.
1658. WILLIAM, Braintree, a soldier of Johnson's comp. 1675.[1]

    SACKET, JOHN, New Haven, m. 20 May 1652, Agnes Tinkham, had
John, b. 30 Apr. 1653; Jonathan, 6 June 1655; Mary, 24 Sept. 1657;
Joseph, 3 May 1660; Martha, 19 Sept. 1662; and d. 3 Sept. 1684.
His wid. d. 1707. JOHN, Northampton, had John, b. 1660; William,
1662; Abigail, 1663; Mary, wh. d. 1667; had Hannah, 1669; rem. to
Westfield, there had Mary, again, 8 June 1672; Samuel, 18 Oct. 1674;
Elizabeth 28 Aug. 1677, wh. d. at 5 yrs. His ho. was burn. by the Ind.
1675; his w. d. 9 Oct. 1690; and he m. 1691, Sarah, the only d. of
John Stiles, wid. of John Stewart of Springfield; and d. 8 Apr. 1719.
He was prob. s. of the first Simon, and may have been br. from Eng.
Abigail m. 13 Sept. 1682, John Noble; and Mary m. 2 Oct. 1689,
Benjamin Morley. All his other ch. were m. also; but William, Samuel,
and Abigail d. bef. their f. JOHN, New Haven, eldest s. of John of
the same
, was a propr. 1685. JOHN, Westfield, eldest s. of John of the
, by w. Deborah had John, b. 3 Mar. 1688; Abigail, 16 Oct. 1690;
Daniel, 14 Aug. 1693; David, 7 July 1696; Benjamin, 30 Oct. 1698;
and Deborah, 16 Nov. 1701. His w. d. 4 days aft. and he m. ano. w.
had sev. ch. and d. 20 Dec. 1745. JOSEPH, Newtown, L. I. s. of the
sec. Simon
, had, says Riker, three s. Elizabeth d. of capt. Richard Betts;
the next, Ann; and last 1711, Mercy, wid. of Thomas Betts, d. of Daniel
Whitehead. He had large est. was lieut. and capt. d. 1719. The
ch. were Simon, Joseph, Richard, John, William, Samuel, Elizabeth and
Sarah, but the hist. of Newtown gives no dates of their bs. nor does he
appropr. the mos. SIMON, Cambridge 1632, came with w. Isabel, and,
prob. both s. Simon and John, all, perhaps, in the Lion, that brot. in
Sept. of that yr. sev. sett. of C.; had sh. in the div. of ld. Aug. 1635,
and d. soon aft. since admin. of his goods was giv. by the Ct. of Assist.
to his wid. 3 Nov. foll. as our Col. Rec. I. 155, shows. Perhaps she m.
again. This name was writ. by Dr. Holmes in his Hist. of Cambridge, 1
Mass. Hist. Coll. VII. 10, Oakes, but that was more than 60 yrs. since,
and he bec. as he grew older, better able to read ancient rec. SIMON,
Springfield, 1654, s. prob. of the preced. b. in Eng. m. Sarah, d.
of William Blomfield, had only Joseph, b. 23 Feb. 1656, and d.
9 July 1659. WILLIAM, Westfield, s. of John of the same, m. 27
Nov. 1689, Sarah Cram, had Joseph, b. 25 July 1690; Hannah, 15
Aug. 1692; Rebecca, 16 Sept. 1694; Jonathan, 20 Mar. 1696; and d.
28 Mar. 1700.