Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p93


Volume 4, Page 93

that sum is incr. the est. shall. also enure to the good of his ch. Michael,
Richard, and Joanna, wid. of Joseph Buckley; late of Boston, and to
Elizabeth Nichols, and Hannah Mountfort, ds. of said Joanna, by her first h.
Nichols, and to his other twelve viz.: five ds. of Michael, four ch.
of Richard, three s. of Joanna; beside L3. to his kinsman, William
S. RICHARD, Milford, m. 14 Aug. 1656, Sarah, eldest d. of
Thomas Sandford, had Thomas, b. 5 Aug. 1659, and in 1655 was resid.
at East Chester, in N. Y. jurisdict. RICHARD, Malden, s. of Richard,
by w. Lydia had John, b. 26 Mar. 1693; Lydia, 14 July 1696; and
Elizabeth and Joanna, tw. 20 Feb. 1699. ROBERT, Boston, prob. unm. as no
w. or ch. is ment. in his will of 24 Mar. 1651, pro. 29 Apr. foll. but he
names br. Richard, liv. near Pemaquid, br. Thomas, sis. Mary, and sis.
Sarah Holly's childr.; had fair est. of wh. to Richard Russel, his excor.
he gives £10., and legac. to Rev. Messrs. Cotton, Wilson, Symmes, and
Allen, the pastors and teachers of Boston and Charlestown. Perhaps
THOMAS had fam. as well as Richard, and liv. at East Chester in
later yrs. WILLIAM, Boston, m. 1 July 1659, Hopestill, d. of John
, wh. gave him, 1665, ho. and ld. in Boston; perhaps was of
Jamaica 1671.

    SHUTER or SHOOTER, PETER, Braintree, d. 15 July 1654, says
Farmer. He was prob. not that Mr. S. by the Assist. ord. of 1 Mar.
1631, sent home.

    SIBBORNE, JOHN, Boston. See Sebborn.

    SIBLEY, SEBLEY or SYBLEY, JOHN, Salem, came with Higginson,
1629, says Felt, of wh. I would gladly see the evid.; free m. 3 Sept.
1634, yet was prob. unm. for sev. yrs.; had there bapt. Sarah, 18 Sept.
1642; Mary, 8 Sept. 1644; Rachel, 3 May 1646, John, 14 May 1648;
Hannah, 22 June 1651; William, 8 Sept. 1653; Samuel, 12 Apr. 1657;
and Abigail, 3, July 1659; was selectman 1636, had ld. at Manchester,
then call. Jeffery's creek 1637, and in 1640, with other Salem men,
pray. the Gen. Ct. to give leave to rem. there. Perhaps he had ano. w.
Rachel, d. of John Pickworth, and by her Joseph; but he d. at M.
1661, leav. wid. Rachel, four s. five ds. Mary m. 26 Jan. 1665, Jonathan
Walcot; Rachel m. a Bishop; and Hannah m. Stephen Small.
Charlestown 1634, with w. Sarah was adm. of the ch. 21 Feb.
1635, freem. 6 May foll. then spell. with e in the first syl. d. 30 Nov.
1649. JOHN, Beverly, or Manchester, prob. both, s. of the first John,
was capt. selectman, and rep.; m. says the scrupul. descend. librar. at
the Univ. Rachel, d. of Amariah Pickworth, had Mary, b. 21 Mar. 1677;
Elizabeth 4 Mar. 1679; John, 7 Sept. 1680; and Hannah, 18 Feb. 1682;
and he d. early in 1710. JOSEPH, Salem, perhaps, br. of the preced.[1]
m. 4 Feb. 1684, Susanna Follet, wh. may have been d. of William of