Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p356

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or George, or of both, propound. for freem. 1672, m. 20 Nov. 1671,
Deborah, d. of Daniel Swain, had Peter, b. 20 Jan. 1673; John, 20 Nov.
1674; Deborah, 15 Mar. 1677; Dorcas, 3 May 1678; Hannah, 10 Feb.
1682; Ebenezer, 9 May 1684; and by sec. w. Hannah Whitehead, had
Patience, 25 Sept. 1689; Joseph, 25 Apr. 1691; and Hannah, 8 May
169_ ; but the last fig. is uncert. as is the date of his d. ROGER, New
Haven, had been prob. in Mass. 1650, and d. at N. H. where his inv.
was giv. 7 Feb. 1674. Perehaps he had liv. at Wallingford, where was
ano. Roger, prob. his s. SAMUEL, Mendon, br. of Moses, by w. Hannah
had two s. Ebenzer and Samuel, three ds. and d. 17 Dec. 1695. His
wid. admin. 9 Apr. foll. THOMAS, Boston, by w. Hannah had Samuel,
b. 1 May 1657; Mary, 10 Apr. 1660. Thomas, Boston, came from
Budleigh in Co. Devon, m. Miriam, d. of Pilgrim Simpkins, had Thomas,
b. 15 Aug. 1685; William, 15 Mar. 1687; Andrewm 1692; John, 1695;
and Miriam, 22 Feb. 1698, but his last at Weymouth, where, being a
sea-capt. he may have been engag. in build. a vessel. His last voyage
was in 1703, when he was tak. by a Barbary corsair, and no moree heard
of. Perhaps he was k. at the capt. but a fa. tradit. is ment. that he d.
at sea. His w. took admin. 12 May 1704. THOMAS, Derby, s. of William
of Milford, d. 1704, without fam. and his est. went to his brs. William
and John, sis. Mary Palmer, Elizabeth Palmer, Abigail Rundell, and
Hannah Tyler. There is a tradit. prob. of no value, that this Thomas
was lost in the same way, 1695, as his f. of course when he was 10 yrs.
old. WILLIAM, New Haven, took o. of fidel. 7 Apr. 1657, rem. to Milford,
m. Abigail, d. of Roger Terrill, had Elizabeth b. 1663; Abigail, 1664;
William, 1665; John, 1667; all bapt. Spt. 1669; Mary and Thomas,
tw. bapt. Feeb. 1670, of wh. Thomas d. soon; Hannah, bapt. 1670; Tirzah,
1671, d. soon; Ephraim, 1676; and Ruth, 1678. But on the prob.
rec. some discrepancy of names is seen, when the inv. is brot. in, as the
oldest ch. appears, Mary, 32 yrs.; Elizabeth Palmere, 29; Abigail Rundle,
28; William, 27; John, 25; Sarah (perhaps the tw. call Mary), 21;
Hannah, 20; and Thomas (wh. perhaps was first call. Ephraim), 18.
His s. William liv. some time at Derby, but reem. to Wallingford. WILLIAM,
Boston, s. of Thomas of the same, m. Sarah, d. of Joseph Royal
of the same, had four s. Thomas, H. C. 1730; William, H. C. 1733;
Royal, H. C. 1743; and Joseeph; beside d. Sarah. For this name, of
wh. Farmer found the gr. in 1834, to be ten at Harv. eight at Yale, and
eight at the other N. E. coll. oft. is found mistake of Tyley, or even

    TYNG, EDWARD, Boston, merch. but early wrote hims. brewer,
came prob. with w. Mary, whose fam. name was Sears, as tradit. tells; if
so, he had been, I think, here bef. m. her, a. 1636, and went home to find