Capt. Richard(9), Black Point, Scarboro, the Ind. killer, pilot and military leader. Aged 31 in Aug. 1676. Poss. going to Scarb. when his mo. remar, he began in Philip's War the service which contin. until death 6 Oct. 1703, when he and his men from Black Point garri. were cut off by the Ind. Called Corp. in Aug. 1677, Ensign 1680, com. Lieut. by Andros 2 July 1687, signed as Capt. 24 June 1693. App. a fisherman early, he was at a Marblehead stage from Black Point in 1672, and m. a York girl (Ct. 31 Mar. 1674) Elizabeth Stover (Sylvester), of famous ancestry thru her mo. Elizabeth (Norton). All records of him are at Scarb. until 1690, except witn. Mar. 1680-1 at York, where his w. prob. was liv.; she depos. in June 1737, ±84, bet. 40 and 50 yrs. since liv. with her husb. Hunnewell in a stone ho. of Geo. Norton's; depos. again 8 Aug. 1738, ±85, ab. 64 yrs. past liv. in Scarb. He was contin. as Constable at Scarb. 1680; Gr. j. 1683, 1687-8, 1696; Selectm. 1685, 1686, 1688; Comr. Scarb. 1688. Lists 83, 236, 237ab, 238a, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 96. In 1690 at Saco Riv. he was shot thru the thigh. In 1692, late of Winter Harb. or Black Point, he deeded fa.'s est. to br. John, and ack. deed in Salis., his fam. there in 1693. Of York, a good pilot, ready for service, Aug. 1695; there in Mar. 1696-7 he ptn. for relief, wounded several times in arms and incap. of servile labor. Bet. 5 Sept.–14 Oct. 1700 he was at Scarb. witn. possession to Mr. Vaughan; app. liv. there 20 Nov. 1702, and drove cattle eastward by Wells on Sunday in Jan. 1702-3. As wid. Elizabeth H., she was pd. in Mar. 1703-4 for a steer, and for disbursem. by her husb. in bldg. the fort; m. 2d Jeremiah Walford, 3d 1733-34 Capt. John Downing(2). Ch: Roger, b. ±1675, bp. at Salis. with two foll. 15 Oct. 1693. John, pd. July 1703 for 1150 lbs. beef furnished at Casco; served under Capt. Harraden in expdn. to Bay of Fundy Apr.–Aug. 1704. Elizabeth, m. by 1702 Capt. Benj. Hammond of Rochester, Mass. In 1730-1 she ptn. as Capt. Rich. H.'s dau. 8 ch., incl. Israel and Roger. Patience, m. 29 Sept. 1696 John Hathaway of Dartmouth. 10 ch. incl. Richard and Hunnewell. Their fa. and mo. Walford deeded to two sons-in-law 1 June 1722. See (4), (8).
Father: Roger HUNNEWELL
Marriage 1 Elizabeth STOVER b: MAY 1651 in York, York, Maine, USA
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