From: The Pioneers of Massachusetts, A Descriptive List, Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns and Churches, and other Contemporaneous Documents by Charles Henry Pope, pastor First Church, Charlestown, Boston, published by Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, Baltimore, MD, 1986.
Antrum, Antram, Andram, Anthropp--Thomas, weaver, came in the JAMES on 5 Apr 1635; settled at Salem; propr. 1636; bro. of Edmund Batter. [Town rec.] Frm. 18 May 1642. Town officer, juryman. Ch: -- bapt. 8th 5th mo 1637;Obediah bapt 7th 4th mo 1740; Mary bapt. 16th 5th 1643; John bapt. 29th 1st 1646; Hannah mar. Isaac Burnap. Will dated 24th 11th mo 1662, probate 3rd of 5th mo 1663; beq. to son Obediah A; dau. Hannah Burnappe and her son Isaac B; to Thomas Spooner and Hilliard Veren. Review of the est. 9th mo 1684, on petition of Edmund Batter.pp.19-20.
Edmund Batter came in the JAMES 5 Apr 1635. He settled at Salem. He was a maulter. Propr. 1635 with his bro. Mr. Andram. Town officer; deputy, 1637. He deposed 27th of 4th mo 1673, age abt 64 years. Called bro. in will of Richard Alwood of Salisbury, Eng. Wife Sarah memb. chh. before 1636, died 20th 9th mo 1669. He mar. (2) 8 June 1670 to Mrs. Mary Gookin. Child: Edmund born 8 Jan 1673. Will dated 11 Feb 1684, prob. 14 Aug 1685. Beq. to wife and minor children: Edmund, Mary, Elizabeth and Daniel; the eldest to enter college in 2 or 3 years if he is fitted. Present wife and father Gookin execs.p.20.