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    SADD, JOHN, Hartford, a tanner, with good est. from Earl's Colne,
Co. Essex, purch. ho. and ld. 1674, had left s. John in Eng. here m. a.
1690, as sec. w. Hepzibah, wid. of John Pratt, the third of that name,
had Thomas, b. 1691; and d. 20 Dec. 1694. THOMAS, Windsor, s. of
the preced. had Thomas, wh. d. 8 May 1728, a. 10 yrs. old; Hannah, b.
2 Dec. 1719; Thomas, 3 Aug. 1723; Hepzibah, 20 Mar. 1725;
Matthew, 11 July 1729; and John, 22 Nov. 1734.

    SADLER, ABIAL, Gloucester 1689, had been a soldier, Babson says,
in the Col. serv.; by w. Rebecca had a ch. b. 13 Mar. 1693; and the f.
d. 13 Sept. 1697. ANTHONY, Newbury, came from Southampton in
the Confidence, as serv. to Stephen Kent, 1638, as the rec. has it, 9 yrs.
old, the fig. on the left hand being lost, would, perhaps, be supplied by 2,
for he was adm. freem. 6 Sept. 1639; was a shoemak. m. Martha, d. of
John Cheney, had only ch. Abiel, b. 2 Nov. 1650; rem. to Salisbury,
and was drown. 23 Feb. 1651. His wid. next yr. m. prob. the sec.
Nicholas Busbee. JOHN, Gloucester, freem. 19 May 1642, and selectman
the same yr.; had been, with other inhabs. of G. 1640, at Marshfield,
was capt. and had s. Robert. He gave that s. ho. and ld. went
home, and sent for his w. to come to him; prob. s. Robert foll. bef. many
yrs. as his atty. Hugh Caulkins, in 1651, convey the est. JOHN,
Wethersfield 1643, on Glastonbury side of the riv. is found in the list of
freem. 1669, had w. Deborah, but no ch. prob. for all his prop. was giv.
to her by the will of 8 Aug. 1673, and he d. next mo. RICHARD, Lynn,
freem. 14 Mar. 1639, had come in 1636, it is said, from Worcester, Eng.
in 1639 had charge, with John Oliver and Robert Keayne, of run. line
between that town and Boston; was made clk. of the writs, i. e. town
clk. with addit. function, in Dec. 1641, but went home in 1646, as fellowpasseng.
with John Leverett, Gov. Sayles of Bermuda, and many others,
of wh. were the malcontent doctor Child, Thomas Fowle, and William
Vassall. See the curious tract, New England's Salamander, by Gov.
Winslow, in 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. II. 130-3. He bec. a preach. ord. 16
May 1648, at the little chapel of Whixall, in the N. pt. of Shropshire,
adj. Flint, says Calamy; and was eject. aft. the restorat. from a better
living at Ludlow, but d. at W. 1675, aged 55. Lewis, in his Hist. Ed.
2d, p. 92, would instr. us, that he had s. Richard, b. 1610, wh. was the
min. then ord. and eject. wh. is wide. from Calamy, by mak. the s. b. ten
yrs. bef. the suppos. f.

    SAFFERY, SOLOMON, a mathemat. employ. with Nathaniel Woodward
to run the S. line of the Col. in 1642. See Hutch. Hist. II. 263.

    SAFFIN or SAFFYN, JOHN, Scituate, a lawyer, selectman 1653, m.
2 or 3 Dec. 1658, Martha Willet, d. of capt. Thomas of Plymouth, had
John, b. 13 Sept. foll. d. at 2 yrs. John, again, 14 Apr. 1662; Thomas,