Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v3p576

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DANIEL, Wethersfield, s. of the preced. m. at Colchester, 14 May 1706,
Mary, d. of the third Nathaniel Foote, and sett. at C. GEORGE, Braintree,
one of the founders of the ch. there, 17 Sept 1639, rem. to Concord,
freem. 13 May 1640, d. 20 May 1649. GEORGE, New Haven, by w.
had John, bapt. May 1662; and Daniel, Nov. 1663; both in
her right, but the days of both are giv. wrong in Geneal. Reg. IX. 362,
neither being Sunday. GIDEON, Scituate, s. of Thomas of the same,
had Jabez and Jermiah, HENRY, came in the James from Southampton
1635; but no more is kn. of him. JEREMIAH, Scituate, s. of the first
Thomas, mn. 1698, Eliz, d. of Anthony Collamore, had only Thomas,
and d. 1699. His wid. m. Timothy Symmes. JOHN, Watertown 1636,
rem. to Branford, was of the jury, perhaps, in 1649, and was liv. there
1667. He had m. the wid. of William Luddington in 1663, and d. in the
spring of 1683, and Porter advises me, that the name should be Ross; and
he adds to the issue, Elizabeth b. 21 Dec. 1665; and Hannah, 24 Aug. 1668; but
his ch. by former w. were Martha, wh. m. William Luddington; John; Mary,
wh. m. a Bates; and Hannah, w. prob. of Edward Frisbie. In his will, of 18
Apr. 1683, these are all ment. as is gr.d. Elizabeth Rose. He may have been s.
of Robert, and f. of that John, wh. the Cambridge rec. says d. 12 Dec. 1640.
JOHN, Scituate, s. of Thomas, k. by the Ind. 15 Mary. 1676, in Rehoboth fight,
under Capt. Pierce. JOHN, New Haven, call. jr. m. Aug. 1670, Phebe, wid. of
Joseph Potter, prob. had d. Elizabeth JOHN, Marshfield, perish. 13 Feb. 1677, with
cold, when shoot. on the beach. JONATHAN, Branford 1667, s. of John of the
same, and m. a d. of John Charles, and d. 1684. JONATHAN, Wethersfield
s. of Daniel the first, m. 26 Feb. 1707, Abigail, d. of Ebenezer Hale.
JOSEPH, Marshfield, s. of Thomas, m. 6 June 1654, Elizabeth Bumpus, perhaps
d. of Edward. RICHARD, Salem 1668. * ROBERT,[1] Wethersfield
1639, but he went, it is thought, from Watertown, came in the Francis
from Ipswich, Co. Suff'k. 1634
, aged 40, with w. Margery, 40, and ch.
John, 15; Robert, 15; Elizabeth 13; Mary, 11; Samuel, 9; Sarah, 7; Daniel,
3; and Dorcas, 2; was constable 1640, rep. 1641, 2 and 3; rem. bef.
1648 to Stratford, where the list of freem. 1669 bears his name, unless it
be of his s. ROBERT,[1] wh. is more prob. for one R. (James, as Mr. Whitmore,
in Geneal, Reg. XII. 301, says), d. at Branford, leav. good est. in
1664 or 5; and I judge the younger was among early sett. at Easthampton,
L. I. 1650. His will of 25 Aug. 1664, and inv. of good est. 2 June foll. His
w. Rebecca, ch. Jonathan, Hannah, John, Mary, Elizabeth and five others.
Mary, d. of the younger Robert, m. a 1676, Moses Johnson of Stratford;
and Hannah m. Isaac Stiles jr. ROGER, Boston, 1663, a mariner, and
serv. of William Hudson, m. at Watertown a,. 1661, Abigail, d. of
Christopher Grant, and prob. at W. spent most of his days, liv. there
1693. THOMAS, Scituate, bef. 1660, had John, Gideon, both bef. ment.
Thomas, and perhaps others; m. sec. w 1666, Alice, wid. of Jonas Pickels,
d. of Elder William Hatch, and had Jeremiah. THOMAS, New
London, m. bef. 1683, Hannah, d. of Robert Allyn, was one of the
grantees of Preston, 1686. THOMAS, Marblehead 1673, may be the
same as the preced, or quite as likely of Billerica 1679, unless this be
wrongly writ. for Ross. THOMAS, Scituate, s. of Thomas the first, had
Gideon, b. 1702; and prob. others. At Block isl. in 1678, some Rose,
with a wild spell. termed Rose, in ano. place, Tormot Roosse, was a townsman,
as in the diligent extr. of Geneal. Reg. XIII. 37. In the Index
his name bee. Ross