Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v3p290

Volume 3, Page 290

next, Thomas Gage; Edna m. Thomas Lambert. EZEKIEL, Rowley,
perhaps s. of the preced. a corpo. in 1691, when he was the richest man
in town; m. 10 Sept. of that yr. Dorothy, d. of Henry Sewall of Newbury,
had John, b. 1692; Ezekiel, 1697; Samuel, 1707; beside six ds.
Possib. some were by sec w. He was rep. 1715-17. JOHN, Wethersfield,
one of the first sett. rem. prob. to Stamford, where final s was

    NORTHEY, JOHN, Marblehead 1648, was b. a. 1607, and prob. f. of
that JOHN of Scituate, wh. serv. in Philip's war, became a Quaker, and
m. 1675, Sarah, d. of Henry Ewell, had James, b. 1687, of wh. is still a
line of descend. at S.

an early sett. d. 1669, prob. for his will is of 1 Sept. that yr. He m. I presume,
Mary, d. of Francis Norton of Milford, had Joseph, Samuel, Jeremiah, and
John. His wid. perhaps m. again, for in her will, so late as 26 Jan. 1683, she
names her ch. Zophan, Daniel, William, and Mary, but none of those ment. by
her h�s. will. JOSEPH, Milford, perhaps s. of the preced. prop. for freem. 1670. SAMUEL, Milford, prob.
br. of the preced. prop. for freem. 1671. Twelve
proprs. of this name were counted in 1713, at that place, includ. two or three
wids. STEPHEN, Providence 1645, adm. freem. 1658, and, perhaps, of
Wickford 1674.

    NORTON, BONUS, Ipswich, s. of William, had w. Mary Goodhue, d.
of Joseph, m. bef. 1690, who outliv. him, and ch. John; Mary; Sarah;
William, b. 9 May 1691; Joseph, 17 Nov. 1695; Samuel, 12 Sept.
1699; Elizabeth; Lucy; and Ann, but the order is unkn. for the most.
He rem. to Hingham in his mid. life, went last to Hampton,there d.
30 Apr. 1718, aged 61, as the tells. DAVID, Boston, said by
tradit. to have m. Phebe, sis. of the third Richard Templar, but I
see no date. He liv. in Blackhorse lane, tho. no time is ment.
yet is he among inhab. tax. 1695. FRANCIS, Portsmouth
1631, a steward, sent by Mason and other patentees, rem. to Charlestown,
says Frothingham, as early as 1637, was freem. 18 May 1642, ar.
co. 1643, a capt. and rep. many yrs. betw. 1647 and 61, d. 11 July 1667.
His wid. Mary m. 27 Aug. 1670, deac. William Stitson; prob. he had
no s. but of ds. Abigail m. John Long; Mary m. 30 Oct. 1656, Joseph
Noyes, Elizabeth m. 21 Sept. 1671, Timothy Symmes; Deborah m. 24 Sept.
1668 Zechary Hill, and next, Matthew, 4 Mar.; and Sarah was unm.
FRANCIS, Wethersfield, one of the first sett. but was of Milford 1660,
thence m. 1662, to New Haven, where he was drown. 1667, leav. no ch.
but in his will of 1666, names cous. i. e. neph. John N. cous. John Nash,
s. Joseph Northrop with his s. Jeremiah. FREEGRACE, Saco,
eldest s. of George of Salem, serv. on the gr. jury 1662, but soon aft.
rem. to Ipswich, was a serj. in Philip's war, of capt. Appleton's comp.
k. by the Ind. 19 Oct. 1675, at Hatfield, then 40 yrs. old; had m. a d.
of Roger Spencer, the capt. of S. perhaps had ch. but nothing is kn.
* GEORGE, Salem, was prob. that carpenter who came in the fleet with
Higginson, Apr. 1629, from London, freem. 14 May 1634, by w. Mary
had Freegrace, b. prob. 1635, but whose bapt. I find not; John, bapt.
Oct. 1637; Nathaniel, May 1639; George, 28 Mar. 1641; rem. to