Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p132


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near the end of 1682 or beg. of 1683, for his will, made in Dec. was pro. in
Feb. foll. His d. Elizabeth m. a Grant. Often the name appears Everell.

    EVERTON, JOSEPH, Charlestown, s. of William of the same, by w.
Catharine had Catharine, bapt. 22 Oct. 1699; and Joseph, 14 Sept. 1701.
SAMUEL, Charlestown, br. of the preced. by w. Joanna had Joanna, bapt. 15
Dec. 1700. WILLIAM, Manchester 1658, Charlestown 1674, by w. Sarah had
John, Fownell, Samuel, Joseph, and Sarah, all bapt. 2 Sept. 1677; William, 7
Oct. 1677; Benjamin, 11 July 1680; and by sec. w. Ruth Walley, m. 19 Nov.
1684, had Elizabeth bapt. 3 Sept. 1688; and Ruth, 27 Sept. 1691; wh. d. next yr.
and he d. 10 Oct. 1689, not aged a. 63, as by the gravestone is falsely said. His
wid. m.
10 Sept. 1691, Thomas Bligh of Boston.

    EWE, JOHN, Hartford, by misadvent. k. Thomas Scott, 6 Nov. 1643, f.
and was fin. ten pounds to the wid. and five to the col.

    EWELL, GERSHOM, Scituate, s. of Henry, had John. HENRY, Scituate,
came from Sandwich, Kent, 1635, in the Hercules, shoemaker, unit. with the
ch. 3 Apr. 1636, was a soldier in the Pequot war 1637, m. 23 Nov. 1638,
Sarah, d. of Anthony Annable, rem. to Barnstable, where his eldest s.
John was bapt. 8 Mar. 1640; Ebenezer, 12 Feb. 1643; Sarah, 14 Sept. 1645;
and came back 1647, had at S. Hannah, b. 22 June 1649; Gershom, 14 Nov.
1650; d. Abia, 27 Sept. 1653; Ichabod, June 1639; and Deborah, 4 June 1663.
His ho. was burn. in 1676 by the Ind. His will of 1681 names the bef. ment.
exc. John and Abia, adds other ch. Eunice, and ment. w. Sarah, and d.
Sarah, w. of John Northey. JOHN, Boston, s. of the preced. m. Mary, d. of
Richard Goodale, but d. 31 July 1686 at Newbury, leav. d. Mary. ICHABOD,
Scituate, s. of Henry, cultiv. est. of his f. but his sons rem. to
Marshfield, says Deane. JOSEPH, Ipswich, freem. 1683. RICHARD, Springfield

    EWER, HENRY, Sandwich 1637. JOHN, Barnstable, d. 1652. THOMAS,
Charlestown, came in the James from London 1635, aged 40; with w. Sarah,
d. of William Larned, 28; and ch. Elizabeth 4; and Thomas, l had elder ch.
perhaps John, certain. Sarah, wh. m. 18 June 1645, Thomas Blossom the sec.
of Plymouth; unit. with the ch. Jan. 1636, as had his w. the mo. bef. freem.
3 Mar. 1636; d. 1638; and his wid. m. 11 Dec. 1639, Thomas Lothrop of
Barnstable, where his d. Elizabeth was bur 9 Apr. 1641. Perhaps he was the man
against wh. charge for language against the king, in 1637, was brot. by
Lord Ley, so easily got rid of by Gov. Winthrop I. 234; but he might soon
after have seem. in greater danger for error in his relig. opin. as he was
one of the friends of Wheelwright. Yet his discretion in recant. is
observ. THOMAS, Sandwich, of wh. I learn nothing but what his wid. Hannah
pro. his inv. 31 May 1667.