Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p229


Volume 4, Page 229

some yrs. rem. to Stamford, were his w. Elizabeth d. 1656; and he m. 1657,
Ann Quimby, and d. 28 Nov. 1660. By his will he div. est. equal. betw.
his only ch. Elizabeth and w. Ann.

    STUDLEY, BENJAMIN, Scituate, prob. s. of John of Boston, m. 1683,
Mary, d. of John Merrit, had John, b. 11 Dec. 1684; Benjamin, 7 Dec.
1687; James, 15 July 1690; Jonathan, 19 June 1693; David, 19 Jan.
1697; Mary, 23 Sept. 1698; Elizabeth 8 June 1701, d. young; Deborah,
19 Dec. 1703; and Eliab, 10 Sept. 1706. Ano. Studley branch came
into Scituate from Sandwich, as Barry tells in Hist. of Hanover, and
perhaps was deriv. from John, s. of John. JOHN, Boston, by w. Elizabeth had
John, b. 8 Dec. 1659; and Benjamin, 23 May 1661. Perhaps he rem.

    STUKELEY, JOHN, a soldier under Capt. William Turner in 1676,
perhaps s. of Thomas. THOMAS, Suffield, freem. 1681.

    STURGIS or STURGES, EDWARD, Charlestown 1634, but tho. he
was resid. there at least two yrs. he was not of the ch. rem. in few yrs. to
Yarmouth, where he was count. 1643, able to bear arms, and had address.
with others in Apr. 1639 to the Gov. had Mary, bapt. at Barnstable, 1 June
1646; Elizabeth b. at Y. 20 Apr. 1648, Joseph, bur. 16 Apr. 1650, few days
old. Prob. he had other ch. and perhaps one was Edward, and
one of his s. may have m. Mary, d. of Capt. William Hedge, nam.
in his will. JOHN, Fairfield 1660, adm. freem. 1668, was next yr.
a selectman, in 1679 gave ld. to his s. Jonathan; and wide has been,
prob. the circulat. of his progeny. No exact account, however, is accessib.
David, Eleazer, John jr. and Peter are found in 1691, of wh.
some but not perhaps all, were gr. ch. His d. Deborah m. James
Redfield. JOHN, Rhode Il. 1672. JOSEPH, Yarmouth 1650, perhaps
s. of Edward. JOSEPH, Fairfield, prob. s. of John first of the same,
is nam. 1679. PETER, Fairfield, br. of the preced. SAMULE, Barnstable,
m. 14 Oct. 1697, wid. Mary Orris, whose h. Nathaniel d. 23 Nov. preced.
had Nathaniel, b. 8 Jan. bapt. 19 Feb. 1699, d. at 12 yrs.; John, 6 June,
bapt. 6 July 1701; Solomon, b. 25 Sept. 1703; Mary, 14 Feb. 1706;
Moses, 18 June 1708; Jonathan, 1 Nov. 1711; and Nathaniel, again, 2
Feb. 1715. THOMAS, Yarmouth, by w. Abigail had a d. b. 1681; and
Judy, 1683; Edward, 10 Dec. 1684; Thomas, 4 Apr. 1686; Hannah,
18 Sept. 1687; John, 2 Dec. 1690; Elizabeth 25 Dec. 1692; Abigail, 28
Oct. 1694; Thankful, 18 Mar. 1697; Jacob, 14 Jan. 1700; and a s.
1702; beside tw. intermed. that d. as did, in early life, two other ch.
Perhaps he was s. of Edward. It is vexatious to be unable to supply
better acco. of a name so disting. in N. E. Always in Conn. the spelling
is Sturges; and eight are gr. at Yale, five at Harv.

    STURTEVANT or STURDEVANT, JOHN, Plymouth, perhaps br. of Samuel,
more prob. his s. m. Hannah, wid. of William Crow, d. of Josiah
Winslow the first. SAMUEL, Plymouth 1643, had Ann, b. 4 June 1647;