Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p269

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that, since he "had opportun. to look a little into that action, for wh.
these men suffer. I could never see that it was justifiable." Perhaps he
felt, that putting to d. in cold blood the sovereign, with wh. they had
treat. on equal terms, as their captive, for sev. yrs. was a murder,
unless excus. by necessity; and that coward. pretence, when need. is easi.

    GOLD. See Gould.

    GOLDER. See Goulder.

    GOLDHAM, HENRY, New Haven, freed from train. for
weakn. 1645, was soon after at Guilford, had only Susanna, wh. m. the
sec. John Bishop. His will of 9 July 1661, gives some Id. to Nicholas
Munger, call. s.-in-law, prob. s. of his w. Frances, larger part to w. and d.
The wid. d. 1671 or 2.

, Boston, by w. Jane had Mary, b. 21
Jan. 1666; and Frances, 22 Feb. 1668; and by wife Sarah had Eliz. b. 6 Oct.
1673; Windsor, 3 Mar. 1675; Thomas, 23 Jan. 1678; Sarah, 19 Aug. 1679; Jane,
1 Jan. 1684; and Mercy, 8 Sept. 1686; in 1685, call. hims. 50 yrs. old; rem.
a. 1690 to Hadley, there liv. 3 or 4 yrs. had Abigail, b. 1691, rem. to
Sudbury, and d. 11 Oct. 1703, leav. wid. Sarah. John Smith, of Hadley, m.
1691, prob. the eldest d. tho. rec. of the name then is Martha; Daniel
Warner m. 1704, Sarah; and Chiliab Smith m. 1710, Mercy. WILLIAM, Boston, a
min. from Bermuda, was at Boston lecture 6 Nov. 1646, but went soon to
London. See Winslow's Salamander; and 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. II 130-3.

    GOLDSMITH, one DANIEL, Milford, wh. d. there 1684, call. capt. was, perhaps,
only trans. JOHN, Charlestown 1647, serv. to Philip Drinker. JOSHUA,
Salisbury, m. 14 Aug. 1667, Mary, d. of William Huntington; at Amesbury sw.
alleg. 20 Dec. 1677. RALPH, Mass. 1661, nam. in George Fox's Journal, 325.
RICHARD, Wenham, rem. in 1655 to Chelmsford, a young man, k. by lightning
18 May 1673, as particul. told in Remark. Providences of Increase Mather.
THOMAS, Southampton, L. I. 1641, Salem 1643, at least he then had gr. of
ld. and was next yr. liv. in the town; but in 1673 was, and had long been,
inhab. of Southampton. See 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. X. 88. He m. perhaps as sec.
w. Susanna, wid. of John Sheather of Guilford. ZACCHEUS, Wenham, perhaps
br. of Richard, freem. 1685, and after recov. from the usurp. of Andros,
sworn again 1690.

    GOLDSTONE, HENRY, Watertown, came in the Elizabeth from Ipswich
1634, aged 43, with w. Ann, 45; and ch. Ann, 18; and Mary, 15.
He was of infirm health, 60 as to be excus. from train. Nov. 1634, and d.
25 July 1638, and his wid. m. John George of W. Ann m. 1634, deac. Henry
Bright of Watertown; and Mary m. 8 Oct. of same yr.