Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p449

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also, Thomas and William, tho. one or both of the latter may have been
b. on our side of the ocean; and fam. tradit. makes William b. 1617.
No dates of b. of any of the seven are giv. by the most valua. work of
Goodwin, pub. since the d. of the compiler. From the will of 25 June
1659, little is learn. but the names of four s. two ds. Ann Marsh, w. of
John, and d. Markham, beside two Jonathan and Mary Hunt.
The name of mo. was not ment. and prob. she was oldest d. if not even
oldest ch. When or where she m. Hunt, or what even was his bapt. name
is unkn. Tradit. in the fam. makes his name John, and hers, Mary;
and it may be conject. that both were d. JOHN, Portsmouth 1648, a
brewer, as constable was allow. charge for bring. Henry Taylor a prisoner
to Boston, in Col. Re. III. 140. He may be the man to wh. gr.
of ld. was made by Salem 1638, in hope to draw him, and d. 1662.
JOHN Newbury, s. of the first John, b. in Eng. was in milit. trouble as
Col. Rec. IV. 362, and, very briefly, Coffin, 62, sufficient. relate. He
may have been the man by Farmer call. in blacksmith, early at Haverhill;
but to N. went back, had with his mo. and the younger childr. says
Coffin, rem. from Ipswich, m. 13 June 1653, Ann Batt, perhaps d. of
Nicholas, had John, b. 11 Feb. 1656; Mary, 29 Mar. 1658, d. in few
wks.; Sarah, 1 July 1659; Abigail, 16 Mar. 1662; Lucy, 19 Dec.
1664; Mary, again, 24 May 1667; Stephen, 8 May 1669; Ann, 7
Sept. 1671; Nicholas, 19 Oct. 1673; and Jonathan, 21 May 1676.
JOHN, Newbury, s. of John of the same, took o. of alleg. 1678, and was
freem. 1690, m. 9 Mar. 1681, Bridget Huggins, perhaps d. of John, had
Ann, b. 9 June 1682; John, 2 Nov. 1683; Sarah, 28 Dec. 1685; Israel,
9 Apr. 1688; Hannah, 5 Oct. 1692; and Stephen, 11 Jan. 1698. JOHN,
Hampton, s. of Thomas of the same, m. 21 Sept. 1703, Abiah Shaw,
and had sec. w. Sarah. His ch. were Jeremiah, b. Dec. 1703; Charity
and Josiah, tw. 2 Apr. 1706; John, 10 Feb. 1712; Thomas, 1 July
1715; Caleb, 19 Mar. 1719; Abiah, 20 Jan. 1722; and Elizabeth 27 Sept.
1724. MATTHEW, Farmington, s. of Hon. John, freem. 1645, and contin.
on the list 1669, had only s. John, and a d. NICHOLAS, Stamford,
m. Sarah, d. of John Waterbury, wh. had been 1672 divorc. from
Zechariah Dibble for his bad conduct, had John, David, and Rachel,
made his will 4 May 1687, and d. soon, giv. est. to w. Sarah, and
these three ch. The s. were proprs. there 1701, but no more is kn.
* ROBERT, Middletown, s. of Hon. John, m. a. 1652, Susanna, d. of
Richard Treat, the first of Wethersfield, and John, b. 10 Nov. 1653;
Sarah, 30 June 1655; Jonathan, 9 Jan. 1657; Susanna, 26 Oct. 1658;
aft. rem. to Hartford had Samuel, Robert, Joseph, William, Mary,
and Elizabeth to neither of wh. are affix. dates of b. was made a lieut.
1654, town clk. and rep. 1657, had gr. of 300 acres in 1672, was