Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p373

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m. 9 Nov. 1669, Bartholomew Foster; and Abigail m. 12 Dec. 1682
Ralph Andrews. The name was not perpet. at G. THOMAS, Marblehead,
s. prob. of the first Samuel, serv. in Philip's war, and rec. a wound.
not cared in Feb. 1680, when the Ct. made him gr. of £6. m. 28 Mar. 1681,
Elizabeth Procter, had Thomas, b. 25 May foll. acc. Essex Inst. III. 237; Elizabeth;
Jonathan; Joseph; and Alice.

    VICARS, VICKERS or VICARY, EDWARD, New Haven 1670, d. 1684.
had w. Hannah and perhaps ch. GEORGE, Hull 1650, had been of
Marblehead, as early as 1637, m. Rebecca, d. of David Phippeny, and
perpet, the name, was in capt. Johnson's comp. in Philip's war. ISAAC,
Hull, perhaps s. of the preced. was frem. 1680. ISRAEL, Hull 1675,
perhaps br. of the preced. JONATHAN, Hull, perhaps br. of the preced.
freem. 1678. ROGER, Scarborough, wh. with others sign. the declarat.
4 July 1663, of loyalty to the k. yet wish. not to quarrel with Mass.
SETH, by Farmer made freem. at Hull 1680, is a mistake.

    VIGERS or VIGARS, THOMAS, Hartford, limeburner, call. 35 yrs. old
in 1685. Perhaps he was Dutch, and the name may be the same as

    VINAL, JOHN and STEPHEN, Scituate 1640-1668, were perhaps ch.
of Ann, wh. d. 6 Oct. 1664. Mary, prob. her d. m. Apr. 1646, Isaac
Chittenden of Scituate. Of John, the tells, that he d. 21 Aug.
1698, aged 62; but no more is heard of him, exc. that he m. 1664, Elizabeth
d. of Rev. Nicholas Baker. STEPHEN, Scituate, m. 26 Feb. 1662, Mary
Baker, d. of Rev. Nicholas, had Mary, b. 29 Nov. foll.

    VINCENT, ADRIAN, a passeng. in the Mary and John from London
1634, but we hear no more of him. HUMPHREY, Cambridge 1634, rem.
to Ipswich bef. 1638, when he had gr. of ld. d. 3 Dec. 1664, seems, by
his will, to have left no fam. nor much est. * JOHN, Lynn, rem. to
Sandwich at its early settlem. was liv. there 1663, rep in 1639 and six
yrs. aft. JOHN, New Haven 1639, had Hannah, bapt. 28 Mar. 1647;
and John, 8 Oct. 1648; d. 1659, leav. w. Rebecca wh. d. 1679, in her
will of 23 Jan. 1677, gives to childr. of d. Hannah, w. of Ebenezer Brown,
all her est. so that we may conclude that John d. young. NICHOLAS,
Manchester 1679, was b. a. 1612. PHILIP, a gent. of anc. fam. b. at
Frisby, near Coningsborough in the S. of Yorksh. bred at Peterhouse,
Cambridge Univ. was s. of Richard of Elizabeth d. of Thomas Rokeby, a
fam. of distinct. in that Co. bapt. 23 Nov. 1600. His f. mo. and sis.
Jane, all d. June 1617. Aft. ordin. he was present. to a living in
Surrey, wh. he resign. Aug. 1629, and aft. the d. of his w. next yr.
went upon travels in various and distant countries, visit. Guiana, but
came to N. E. when the Pequot war had begun, seems to have partaken
in active serv. and aft. its terminat. went home, and publ. at London
1638, "The true relat. of the late battle fought in N. E. betw. the Eng.