I am in no way related.Saw your post and this is from James Savage's book.Here is the link:puritanism.online.fr/puritanism/Savage/savage.html
DELANO, early DELANOYE, DELAUNY, or DELANOY, JOHN, Duxbury, son of Philip the first, was living 1690, but tho. he probably had wife and family, of
them nothing is known.
* JONATHAN, Dartmouth, brother of the preceding according to family genealogy, was born 1648, married 26 Feb. 1678, Mercy, daughter of Nathaniel Warren, had Jonathan,
Jabez, Sarah, Mercy, Nathan, Bethia, Susanna, Nathaniel, Esther, Jethro, and Thomas, as in the family scroll insert. and we may regret that dates are not
attained tho. order of success. is probably preserved. He was constable, town clerk, surveyor, selectman, lieut. and in 1689 represtentative and died 23 Dec. 1720, in 73d yr.
as Ricketson, 386, copies the inscription on gravestone, but family genealogy says 28 Dec.
MICHAEL, New Haven, died 1667.
PHILIP, Plymouth, came in the Fortune 1621, born of French or Flemish Protestant parents, but of the English children at Leyden, Winslow says, and 19 yrs. old at his coming; was son, probably of Jean and Marie deLauney, baptised 7 Dec. 1603 in the Walloon church of Leyden; was freeman of that colony 1632. removed soon after to Duxbury, married 19 Dec. 1634, Esther Dewsbury, and next, 1657, Mary, widow of James Glass, daughter of William Pontus (tho. Ricketson
makes her daughter of James Churchill, who is wholly unkn. to me); and had children (of whom we are uncertain, wh. may be elder or younger, whether all, or part, by first
wife) Thomas, Mary, Philip, John, ; Jane, Rebecca, Jonathan, Esther, and Samuel.
But as a family genealogy in MS. has been given to me, tho. it is confined to the descendants of Jonathan, yet as it purports to give the offspring of the Dewsbury
m. three sons, Samuel, Thomas, and Jonathan, beside one died, who died soon, it might seem probable that three daughters and one son came of the second marriage. He removed to Bridgewater, was one of the purchasers of Dartmouth 1652, and in 1662, of Middleborough, and died about 1681, aged 79 yrs. old. Mary married 29 Nov. 1655, Jonathan Durham.
PHILIP, Duxbury, son of the preceding, had Philip; and that he was born early in 1678, is all that is known of this branch of the family.
SAMUEL, Duxbury, brother of the preceding, marriedElizabeth daughter of Alexander Standish, and of his family we know no more.
THOMAS, Duxbury, brother, perhaps eldest, of the preceding,married Mary, daughter perhaps youngest, of first John Alden, had Thomas, but we know not his date of
birth nor indeed but by conjecture that he was of this wife, whose marriage is given before 1667. He marriednext, 24 Oct. 1692 or 1699, Hannah, widow of Robert Bartlett, daughter of Richard Warren. In Winsor, 226, and 251, the various dates of this second marriage are
found. De la Noye was the name at first
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