Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v3p31


Volume 3, Page 31

her s. Richard were bur. in Mar. of that yr. He was imprison. as a
Quaker 1658, may have tak. o. of fidel. at Dartmouth 1684, where he
m. 2 Nov. 1678, Abigail Rowland of D. perhaps as sec. or third w.
By former w. Patience he had at D. Sarah, b. 1 May 1667; John, 2
Mar. 1673; and Robert, 10 Mar. 1675. Perhaps he was of Oyster
Bay, L. I. 1685. ROBERT, Dartmouth 1684, or near that time. WILLIAM,
Boston, by w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 20 Dec. 1640, wh. d. 12 July
1642. He was the executioner 1657 and 8, liv. in 1667, may be that
freem. of 1647, print. Kerley.

    KIRGE, JOSEPH, is the un-Eng. name, giv. to one of "the flower of
Essex," wh. fell at Bloody brook under capt. Lothrop, 18 Sept. 1675,
wh. prob. should be King.

    KIRK, HENRY, Dover 1665. THOMAS, Boston, merch. from. London,
or as Sir Thomas Temple wrote, then here, capt. of a sh. was sent with
Thomas Kellond, bear. warrant from Gov. Endicott, 1662, to arrest in
aonn. the regicides Whalley and Goffe. Hutch. I. 215. 3 Mass. Hist.
Coll. VIII. 325. Full report from their search, a curious paper, is in
Hutch. Coll. 334. ZECHARIAH, Boston 1686, m. Abigail, d. of Joshua

    KIRKEETE, KIRKEET or CARKEET, WILLIAM, Saco, d. 1662, leav.
prop. by inv. of �134. The name seems strange, yet one William K.
of Lynn, wh. may have come from Saco, by w. Lydia had Robert, b. at
Salem 11 Nov. 1697.

    KIRKHAM, THOMAS, Wethersfield 1648, had Samuel, and, perhaps,
other ch. but not on rec. The name is various. spelt, sometimes with
initial C.

    KIRKMAN, JOHN, Lynn 1632, freem. 4 Mar. 1633, rep. 1635.

    KIRTLAND or KERTLAND, now commonly KIRKLAND, JOHN, Saybrook,
by tradit. call. one of the first sett. but may not reasona. be thot.
among the inhab. of first 30 or 40 yrs. was a of Nathaniel of Lynn, m.
18 Nov. 1679, Lydia, d. of lieut. William Pratt, had John, b. 11 July
1681; Priscilla, 1 Feb. 1683; Lydia, 11 Oct. 1685; Elizabeth 27 June
1688; Nathaniel 24 Oct. 1690; Philip, 28 May 1693; Martha, 11
Aug. 1695; Samuel, 19 Jan. 1699; Daniel, 17 June 1701; and Parnell,
16 Oct. 1704; was a lieut. and d. 20 Jan. 1716. He was made
heir by John Westall to all his good est. esc. �500 by him, h. of K's
aunt, reserv. for her. The ninth of these ch. Daniel, Y. C. 1720, first
min. of third ch. at Norwich, call. Newent (thro. affect. for the town
of that name in the N. W. part of Of.) had tenth ch. Samuel,
the celebr. missiona. to the Ind. of the six nations, wh. was f. of the
more disting. John Thornton K. the ever hon. Presid. of Harv. Univ.
NATHANIEL, Lynn, came in the Hopewell, capt. Bundock, from London,