Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p211


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Benjamin. Farmer in his MS. had mark. that six of this name had
been gr. at Harv. and five at Bowd. in 1834.

    STORES, in mod. times STORRS, CORDIAL, Mansfield, youngest ch. of
the first Samuel, m. 15 Dec. 1724, Hannah, d. of Thomas Wood of
Rowley, had Jabez, b. 26 July 1725, d. next yr.; Cordial, 3 Jan. 1728;
Hannah, 15 Apr. 1732; and Mehitable, 15 Apr. 1737; and he had sec.
w. m. 10 Oct. 1765 Catharine, wid. of Zecariah Bicknell of Ashford.
SAMUEL, Barnstable, is said to have come from Sutton in Nottinghamsh.
but as there are four parishes of that name in the Co. we may be
uncert. wh. is meant. He m. 6 Dec. 1666, Mary, d. of Thomas Huckins,
had Mary, b. 31 Dec. 1667; Sarah, 26 June 1670; Hannah, 28
Mar. 1672 Elizabeth 31 May 1675; Samuel, 17 May 1677; and Lydia,
June 1679; beside. Mehitable, bapt. 16 Sept. 1683. His. w. d. eight
days aft. and he m. 14 Dec. 1688; Esther Egard, had Thomas, 27 0ct.
1686; Esther, Oct. bapt. 16 sec. 1688; and Cordial, 14 Oct. 1692.
He rem. to Mansfield, Conn. and there d. 30. Apr. 1719, and his wid d.
13 Apr. 1730, aged 88. SAMUEL, Mansfield, s. of the preced. by w.
Martha had Samuel, b. 22 Aug. 1701; John 7 Oct. 1702; Martha,
Feb. 1704; Huckins, 10 Dec. 1705; Elizabeth Aug. 1708; Mary, May
1710; and Josepb, 8 Mar. 1712; and d. 9 Aug. 1727. THOMAS,
Mansfield, br. of the preced. by w. Mehitable, m. Mar. 1708, had
Mehitable, b. 30 Mar. 1709; Rebecca, 29 Aug. 1710; Zeruiah, 27 Aug.
1712; Cornelius, 30 Dec. 1714; Thomas, 16 Jan. 17I7 Prince, 12
1719; Josiah, 25 Mar. 1721; Judah, 26 Sept. 1723. Lemuel, 13
Mar. 1726; Amariah, 11 June 1728; and Ann, 18 Jan. 1732; and d.
Apr. 1775; and his wid. liv. to 10 Mar. 1776. Farmer's MS. show
that, in 1834 there had, of this name been gr. nine at Yale, eight at
Dart. and six at other N. E. coll. of wh. one at Harv.

    STORKE, JOHN, Rowley, m. prob. betw. 1660 and 70 Mercy, d. of the
first Thomas Nelson of the same. SAMUEL, Lynn 1677.

    STORY, ANDREW, Ipswich 1639 may be the youth sentenc. to be whip.
Sept. Court, 1635, for run. from his master, and aft. had serv. in the
expedit. against the Pequots two yrs. later. AUGUSTUS, or AUGUSTINE
Exeter 1639, had the yr. bef. been of Boston, and join. with John Wheelwright
of Exeter (wh. was banish. 1637, from Mass.), in purchase, 3 Apr.
1638, from the sagamore Piscataqua, of a large tract, thirty miles square,
of wh. authentic copy may be seen in N. H. Hist. Coll. I. He is call.
of Boston, as well as Samuel Hutchinson, ano. grantee, br.-in-law of
Wheelwright, therein nam. of Piscataqua. But how this person spell.
his name is very uncert. varying from Star, thro. Storr, to Storre and
Story; yet with no fortuitous combina. of letters can I found prob.
ground for placing him at Boston for any long. resid. He was not a