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A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New-England

Source: John Farmer and Samuel G. Drake, A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New-England (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969).

[page 33]

BISHOP, … NATHANIEL, had a houselot in Ipswich in 1638, was admitted freeman in 1645, when he appears to have lived in Boston.  He had sons, Joseph, b. 1642; Benjamin, b. 1644; John, b. 1646; Samuel, b. 1647; all born in Boston… SAMUEL, son of Nathaniel BISHOP, was born in Boston, 7 March 1647, and grad. at H.C. 1665.

[page 76]

DADY, WILLIAM, Charlestown, freeman 1633, had sons Zachary, b. 1644; Nathaniel, who d. 25 April, 1665.

[page 100]

FAIRBANKS, … RICHARD, Boston, was admitted freeman in 1634.  Savage, i. Winthrop, 248.  One of the same name was member of the ar. co. in 1654.

[page 186]

MADDOX, JAMES, came from Bristol, England, and settled early in Newbury.  JOHN, brother of James, lived in Lynn and Salem, whence he went to Newbury, and there died a. 1644.

[page 188]

MARCH, JOHN, Salem, admitted to the church, 12 May, 1639, took the oath of freeman in 1642.  HUGH, Newbury, 1656, was b. a. 1622.  He had a son HUGH, who was b. 1656.

[page 271]

SPOOER, JOHN, Boston, freeman 1639, had a son John, born in 1650.  Snow [Hist. Boston] spells this name SPORE.  JOHN, Marlborough, freeman 1653.

SPUR, JOHN, Boston, whose son Ebenezer was b. 1642.  (see SPOOER.)  ROBERT, Dorchester 1658, freeman 1666.

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