Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p197


Volume 4, Page 197

James, his eldst; Jonathan, b. 8 Aug. 1675; Abigail; Mary; Elizabeth 31
Jan. 1681; Samuel, 15 Feb. 1683; Rebecca, bapt. 7 Nov. 1686;
Joseph, 24 May 1688; and Benjamin, 24 Apr. 1690; by sec. w. Abigail
he had John; was freem. 1690, and d. 22 Dec. 1692. Bond thinks
he was br. of sec. Andrew. JONATHAN, Charlestown, with w. Wait,
join. the ch. 22 Feb. 1685, had Jonathan, bapt. on Sunday foll. JOSEPH,
Dover 1665-75, by Mr. Quint, a good judge of the case, is thot. to be

    STINT. See Stent.

    STIRK, GEORGE, the gr. of Harv. 1646, is all unkn. to us by f. and
mo. br. sis. or friend, but W. Winthrop on his Catal. had quot. from MS.
of Rev. Andrew Eliot, "that Mr. S. was an emin. chemist, and wrote
sev. Latin treatis." As he did not have his A. M. we may presume he
went to Eng. early; and that he was d. 1698 is almost our whole rec.
of his life. But it is highly prob. that the true name was Starkey,
wh. see.

    STOCKBRIDGE, BENJAMIN, Scituate, s. of Charles the first, m. 1701,
Mary Tilden, had Benjamin, b. 1704, a physician of emin. and perhaps
other ch. CHARLES, Scituate, s. of John, brot. from Eng. by his f. in
the Blessing at the age of 1 yr. liv. first at Boston, wheelwright, and
by w. Abigail had Charles, B. 9 Dec. 1659, d. with the wrong name of
John by rec. in 2 mos. and at Charlestown had Abigail, 24 Feb. 1662;
at Scituate, Charles, again, 4 Feb. 1664; Sarah, 30 May 1665; Thomas,
6 Apr. 1667; Elizabeth 13 Aug. 1670; Joseph, 28 June 1672; Benjamin,
9 Oct. 1676; and Samuel, 9 July 1679; Henry Josselyn; Sarah m.
Amos Turner. Abigail m. 4 Nov. 1679; and d. 1683, and his wid. m.
Israel Turner; and Elizabeth m. David Turner. CHARLES, Scituate, eldest
s. of the preced. had Rachel, b. 9 Apr. 1690; Mary, 11 Aug. 1692;
Abigail, 22 Mar. 1695; Hannah, 30 Jan. 1698; Ruth, 30 July 1700;
Experience, 1 Jan. 1704; Judith, 19 July 1706; and Charles, 13 Oct.
1709, d. prob. in few mos. as may, perhaps, one or more other s. He
was one of the first selectmen of the new town of Hanover, sett. off
from S. 1727, and d. it is thot. 7 Apr. 1731. JOHN, Scituate, wheelwright,
came in the Blessing from London 1635, aged 27, with w. Ann,
21, and s. Charles, 1; there his w. join. the ch. 16 July 1637, and had
Hannah, bapt. 24 Sept. foll.; and Elizabeth bapt. at Boston, 10 July 1642;
m. a sec. w. 1643, wid. Elizabeth Soane, had Elizabeth 1644; Sarah, 1645; and
Esther, 1647; and by third w. Mary, nam. in his will, had Abigail,
1655; and John, 19, bapt. 26 July 1657, wh. prob. d. young; this last
at Boston, whither he had rem. and there made his will 4 Sept. 1657,
and d. 13 Oct. foll. His wid. m. 8 Apr. 1660, Daniel Henrick. Hannah
m. 29 Oct. 1656 at B. William Ticknor of S.; Elizabeth m. 1 Jan.