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1662. The follow are the names of the inhabitants, eight
years after the settlement: -Geo. Alexander, Samuel Allen, Alex.
Alvord, Edward Baker, Robert Bartlett, Thomas Bascom, James
Bridgman, John Broughton, David Burt, Joshua Carter, William
and Nathaniel Clark, Aaron Cook, Henry Cunliff, widow Curtiss,
Nathaniel Dickinson, Alex. Edwards, achery Field, Thomas
Ford, Rich. Goodman, David and Thomas Hanchet, William and
John Hannum, Robert Hayward, William Holton, William and
John Hulbert, Jona. Hunt, Ralph Hutchinson, John Ingersoll,
Wiliam Janes, John King, Geo. Langton, Walter Lee, William
and Thomas Lewis, Rich. John, and Robert Lyman, Thomas Ma-
son, Eleazer Mather, John Miller, Joseph Parsons, Nathaniel
Phelps, Medad Pomery, Thomas and John Root, Thomas Salmon,
Isaac Sheldon, William Smead, Christopher Smith, John Stebbins,
John and Thomas Strong, and J. Strong, jun. Geo. Sumner, Mrs.
Williams, Ensign Wilton, Thomas Wolldford, Samuel Wright,
and S.W. jun. and Henry Woodward. Such is the connexion
of families, that Rev. W. Allen of N. is a descendant not only of
Samuel Allen; but, also by his father, of Thomas Ford, John
Strong, Isaac Sheldon, Joseph Parsons, and Thomas Woodford;
and by his mother of John Strong, and Henry Woodward.
May 7. This town, Springfield, and Hadley constituted the county of Hampshire.