Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p368


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Mary, prob. d. of Edmund Needham, wh. in his will, June 1677, calls H. s.-in-law,
and giv. to some of the ch. who may have been mo. of all the preced. d. 24 Dec. 1671.
He m. 29 Jan. 1674, Mary Whiting, but Lewis made the name Witteridge; had John, who
d. 4 Jan. 1676; and william, b. 30 July foll. His wid. m. 5 Mar. 1684, William
Beal, says Lewis. But of ano. SAMUEL, wh. d. at sea, inv. was brot. into Ct.
June 1671. SAMUEL, Lynn, call. jr. may have been s. of the preced. m. 4
Jan. 1681, Elizabeth d. of Robert Ingalls, had Elizabeth b. 22 Oct. 1681, and his W.
d. in few days. He m. 9 June 1684, Abigail Lambard, had Samuel, 17 Sept. 1685.
* STEPHEN, Cambridge 1632, perhaps br. of first John, or of Edmund, or both,
freem. 14 May 1634, rem. to Hartford, was deac. of Hooker�s ch. thence to Farmington,
where he was rep. 1647, and most of the time foll. to 1660, was one of the found. of the
ch. 1652, and its deac.; had John, Stephen, Thomas, beside ds. Sarah w. of Thomas
, and Mary, w. of John Lee; had no ch. by his sec. w. Margaret, wid. of
Arthur Smith; and d. 1683. His wid. long outliv. him. STEPHEN, Farmington,
s. of the preced. d. 1689, leav. Stephen, aged 27; Thomas, 23; John, 20; Samuel, 17;
Sarah, 14; Ann, 11; and Mary, 7. * THOMAS, New Haven 1645, perhaps of Ipswich
1648, may be the same man of Newport, wh. m. Freeborn, d. of Roger Williams, had
John, James, and Mary, wh. m. Samuel Cranston; and he d. bef. 1674. His wid. m.
1683, as third w. Gov. Walter Clark. One Thomas was a soldier in Gallop's
comp. for the ill-star. attempt against Quebec in 1690. THOMAS, Farmington,
s. of first Stephen, d. 27 Aug. 1726 in 83d yr.; fill. many civil and milit. offices,
was rep. sev. yrs. m. Ruth, d. of Anthony Howkins, had Thomas, bapt. 4 Apr.
1680; John, 23 Apr. 1682; Hezekiah, 23 Nov. 1684; and Josiah, 5 Dec. 1686;
beside Mary, Benjamin, and Howkins. His w. was Mary, wh. d. 9 Oct. 1724.
THOMAS, Lynn 1692, petitnr. for relief to his mo. long confin. in Boston gaol
on charge of witchcraft, his f. being too old to help. See the docum. in Hist. Coll.
of the Essex Inst. I. 58.

    HARTFORD, WILLIAM, a soldier at Northampton, Apr. 1676, in Turner's comp.
from Boston or Charlestown. Drake's index changes the name to Hartley.

    HARTLEY, RICHARD, New London 1656, a shopkeeper, from Stanfield, Co. York,
where he left w. Mary, and only ch. Martha; freem. 1658, was a serg. d. 7 Aug. 1662.

    HARTSHORN, BENJAMIN, Reading, freem. 1691, was prob. s. of Thomas, d. says
the gr.stone 3 May 1694. DAVID, and JOSEPH, Reading, perhaps brs. of the preced.
serv. in Philip's war as soldiers at Hadley Apr. 1676, and were freem. 1691. THOMAS,
Reading one of the first sett. freem. 1648; had Thomas, b. 30 Sept. 1648; Benjamin, 8
Apr. 1654; Jonathan, 20 Aug 1656; David, 18 Oct. 1637; Susan, 2 Mar. 1660; and his w.
Susan d. a few days after. He m. 10 Apr. 1661, ano. w. Sarah, wid. of William Lamson,
had Timothy, 23 Feb. foll. THOMAS, Haverhill, Perhaps s. of the preced. took o. of
fidel. 28 Nov. 1677. TIMOTHY, Reading, freem. 1691, was perhaps s. of the preced.

    HARTUB or HARTOPP, WILLIAM, Duxbury 1643.

    HARTWAY, ABRAHAM, Dedham, a soldier of Moseley's comp. Dec. 1675.