Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p389


Volume 4, Page 389

    WALDRO, CORNELIUS, Ipswich 1654, m. a. d. of John Cogswell, had
John and Cornelius, perhaps others, prob. Elizabeth wh. m. 4 Feb. 1673,
Josiah Bracket of Billerica, rem. to Chelmsford, was deac. and d. 3
June. 1701. * CORNELIUS, Dunstable, s. of the preced. one of the
founders of the ch. 16 Dec. 1685, was re. 1689, had perhaps Cornelius
and others. * JOHN, Chelmsford 1675, s. of the first Cornelius, was rep.
a short sess. 1689, for Dunstable. He rem. in the Ind. war to Windham,
Conn. there d. a. 1700. His will of 14 Apr. in that yr. names w.
Rebecca, wh. was d. of Samuel Adams of C. s. John, and refers to other
childr. not nam. His inv. was L292. beside the st. at Chelmsford.
ROBERT, Charlestown, d. 2 Aug. 1677, says Farmer MS. but I doubt
he as only trans. Five of this name had, in 1818, been gr. at Harv.
and one at Yale, and others at other N. E. coll.

Dover 1664, kinsman, perhaps, but not younger br. of the first Richard,
had not, that we kn. any fam. but d. at Newcastle, or great isl. 7 June
1676, naming five brs. to take his prop. with a sis. Mary, namely, Isaac,
William, Goerge, Samuel, and Edward, as Farmer, MS. shows. EDWARD,
Ipswich 1648, perhaps br. of the preced. prob. went home soon.
GEORGE, Dover 1661, of wh. we hear no more, but his being br. of
Alexander, exc. that he rem. to Boston, there by w.Rachel had John, b.
25 Aug. 1676; and Benjamin, 22 May, 1679; unless, indeed, he were
that other GEORGE, of Boston, wh. by w. Constant, had Benjamin, b. 24
Apr. 1678, and no more on the rec. ISAAC, Portsmouth, br. of the
preced. a physician, was of York, 1670; in 1676 rem. to Boston, had w.
Priscilla, and ch. Isaac, b. 23 June 1677; Priscilla, 6 Dec. 1678, prob.
d. soon; Priscilla, again, 23 June 1680; and Priscilla, again, 12 July
1681; and he d. 1683. JOHN, Dover, s. of William of the same, had
w. Dorothy, was, in 1665, 40 yrs. old; and perhaps late in life m. Elizabeth
wid. of the William Horne, k. by the Ind. at the assault on that town,
27 June 1689. JOHN, Marblehead, 1673, m. 25 Sept. 1679, Dorcas
Rice, had been perhaps of Ipswich, the yr. bef. the childr. were Mary,
b. 30 Jan.1681; John, 8 Dec. 1682; Edward, 23 Nov. 1687; Tabitha,
22 Sept. 1689; Naomi, 10 Aug. 1691; Tamisin, 9 May 1693; Joseph,
15 Feb. 1695; Sarah, 9 Jan. 1699; and Nathaniel, 27 Aug. 1700. Of
ano. JOHN at Dover, apprent. to John Heard, at the time of his will, 21
Apr. 1687, confus. tradit. of his m. with William Horn's wid. and hav.
eight ch. aft. 1689, when the poor woman had brot. plenty from 1661 to
1676, as well as the strange manner of his being kidnap. and brot. from
Eng. it is hardly worth the trouble of unwinding the narrat. possib.
of two very blind narratives. Very detail. acco. of the k. by the Ind.
of two of the ch. of the ages of 7 and 5 yrs. and large partic. of the