Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p34

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was liv. 1719, aged 73; but John d. 1664; and William d. four yrs. aft.
his f. hav. lost a s. William, it is said of lawful age, the yr. preced. but
this seems rather strange. The name is Chaddock, in Folsom, wh. perhaps,
foll. Sullivan in Hist. 218 and 19.

    SCALES, JOHN, Rowley 1648. MATTHEW, k. by the Ind. at Hatfield,
25 Aug. 1675, may not have been an inhab. but a soldier from the E.
WILLIAM, Rowley, freem. 13 May 1640.

perhaps both, m. Elizabeth d. of the first Dominicus Jordan, had Humphrey,
b. 10 May 1677; Elizabeth; Mary; Rebecca; and Samuel. JOHN, Kittery,
perhaps s. of William,[1] certain. br. of Humphrey and of Richard, as
also of Elizabeth w. of Peter Lidgett, had Elizabeth but wh. was his w. the diligence
of Quint has not discov. RICHARD, Dover, br. of the preced.
perhaps s. of William,[1] m. Prudence, only d. of William Waldron, had
Richard; William, b. 29 Feb. 1664; Jane, 21 June or July 1667;
Prudence, 29 Aug. 1669; Elizabeth 22 Apr. 1671; and Mary, 31 May
1673. He escap. the Ind. war by liv. at Exeter 1677; and both h. and
w. were there 21 Apr. 1691. Jane m. Thomas Deane of Boston, and d.
9 Oct. 1726. WILLIAM, Boston 1640, prob. rem. soon, may have been
ancest. of the disting. fam. but nothing can be ascertain.

    SCAMP, ROBERT, Gloucester, m. 25 Dec. 1661, Joan, d. of John
Collins, had Mary, b. 25 Nov. foll. and his w. d. next 9 Nov. and he d.
23 Apr. 1691. I suggest, that possib. this name may have been Stamp,
for in old rec. t and c are much alike.

    SCANT, WILLIAM, Braintree, m. 29 Mar. 1654, Sarah Brown, had
William, b. 16 Mar. foll.; Thomas, 11 Apr. 1657; Sarah, 5 Sept. 1660;
Joseph, 4 June 1662, d. at 2 yrs.; Susanna, 30 Jan. 1664; and ano. d.
27 May 1665, with a strange or undecypher. name; and he d. Sept.
1684. His will, of 8 Aug. pro. 30 Oct. names w. and refers to ch.
without nam. them.

    SCARBOROUGH or SCARBARROW, JOHN, Roxbury 1639, freem. 13
May 1640, unless the Col. rec. of Shurtleff, I. 377, justify an earlier
date of four days, wh. must seem very improb. for the regular day of
open. Gen. Ct. was 13, and, of course, the 9th was Saturday; by w.
Mary, prob. sis. of Robert Smith of Boston, had John, b. 10, bapt. 24
July 1642, d. next mo.; Hannah, 3 Dec. 1643, bapt. same day; Samuel,
20 Jan. bapt. 1 Feb. 1646; and was k. 9 June foll. by casualty in charg.
a gr. gun. His wid. m. 1 Oct. 1647, Philip Torrey. SAMUEL, Roxbury,
s. of the preced. by first w. wh. d. 1679, had prob. no ch. but by
w. Bethia had prob. Samuel, b. 1681, wh. d. of smallpox, 2 Nov. 1721;
Joseph, Feb. 1683, Jeremiah, 31 July 1685, wh. d. in few wks.;
Deborah, 16 July 1687, wh. d. at six yrs.; and he d. 18 Mar. 1715.
His w. d. 10 Sept. 1728, aged 75.