Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p96

Volume 4, Page 96

had no w. or ch. NATHANIEL, Springfield, br. of the preced. m. 3 Feb.
1681, Hannah, d. prob. of John Bagg of the same, had Hannah b. 27
June 1682, d. young; Hannah, again, 14 July 1685; and Nathaniel, 22
Aug. 1686. He d. 15 Sept. foll. and his wid. in her widowhood, 13 May
1740. RICHARD, Springfield, freem. 13 May 1640, when, I suppose,
by the names above and below his in the list, he was of Dorchester, next
yr. rem. to S. there by w. Phebe, had Experience, b. 5 Nov. 1642, d.
young; Increase, 6 Aug. 1644; Nathaniel, 30 Oct. 1646; and Victory,
or as Col. Rec. reads; Vicary, 3 Mar. 1649; and James, 11 June, 1651;
and d. Mar. 1676, in his will nam. w. Phebe, and these ch. All four s.
sw. alleg. at S. on the last day of Dec. 1678, or the next day. VICARY,
or VICTORY, Springfield, s. of the preced. m. 29 Jan. 1673, Elizabeth d. of
Jonathan Burt, had Jonathan, b. 16 Dec. 1673, d. soon; Jonathan again,
17 July 1675, Elizur, 11 Dec. 1677, d. in few days; Abel, 24 Feb.
1679, d. in few days; Samuel, 3 Mar. 1680; Benjamin, 16 Oct. 1682,
d. soon; rem. to Suffield, had there Ebenezer, 24 Sept. 1683; and his
w. d. next mo. and this ch. not long aft. He m. next, 16 July 1684,
Elizabeth d. of Lancelot Granger, had John, 18 May 1685, d. next yr.;
Vicary, 9 Nov. 1686, d. soon; Vicary, again, 5 Sept. 1689; and his w.
d. 20 Mar. 1692. For third w. 22 Dec. foll. he had Mary wid. of
Judah Trumbull; and d. 1708, only three of his ten ch. being left alive.

    SIKY, DENNIS, an unkn. or misprint. name of one of Moseley's
soldiers in Dec. 1675, clk. of the comp.

    SILL, SYLL or SCILL, JOHN, Cambridge 1637, brot. from Eng. says
the fam. tradit. w. Joanna, ch. Eliz. and Joseph; was freem. 2 May
1638, perhaps had other ch. but d. prob. bef. 1653. His wid. had gr. of
ld. 1662; but of her d. the exact date is unkn. yet her will was pro. in
Oct. 1671. Eliz. m. 28 Oct. 1652, Zechariah Hicks, and d. 12 Sept.
1730. JOSEPH, Cambridge, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. came with his
f. in inf. m. 5 Dec. 1660, Jemima, d. of Andrew Belcher the first of the
, wh. d. a. 1675, had sev. ch. of wh. I kn. only Andrew, b. 5 Feb. 1665,
that d. soon; Joseph, bapt. 11 Mar. 1666; and Jemima b. 21 Sept. as the
town rec. proves to Mr. Paige's satisfact. tho. the ch. reg. says, bapt. 31 Mar.
1667; and Eliz. b. 12 Sept. 1668; and the rec. of b. has no others.
But others there were, as the fam. tradit. makes two s. lost at sea; and
fully confirm. is it by the fact, that aft. the d. of w. in the begin. of
Philip's war, and aft. m. of sec. w. he made deed of trust, 7 Nov. 1681,
to Andrew Belcher, their uncle, in favor of his s. Andrew, and Thomas.
He was much disting. for serv. in that war, espec. at Groton, where he
had com. and at Dover, aid. with Hawthorne in the surpr. of the Ind.
at maj. Waldron's. On the close of it, rem. to Lyme, there m. 12 Feb.
1677 or 8, Sarah, d. of George Clark, wid. of Reynold Marvin, and