General Notes: Baptized Oct.24,1634 and died and buried Oct.27,1634, London, Englan d. [ WA D]
"William & Mary's first born son, William, was baptised, I rec al l, 24 O ct 1634 and buried on his parent's first wedding anniversar y. T he exact in formation is available in the parish records of St Mart in 's in the Fields. "
[Johan Winsser <firstname.lastname@example.org.>]
General Notes: 1661, Mar.22 He signed certain articles relative to Misquamicut (Wes te rl y) lands.
1669, May 21 Conservator of the Peace, Kingstown.
1671, May 20 He took oath of allegiance to Rhode Island. 16 76 His wife had a legacy of lands in Narraganse tt fr om wi ll of her father.
1680 Estate of Samuel Dyer taxed 15s 6d.1687, Oct.18 H is w idow, now wife of Daniel Vernon, confirmed a deed of h er son Samu el Dyer. 1717, Jan.1 Will - proved 1717. Widow Ann Vernon, of Newpor t. Ex. s on S amuel Vernon. To son Samuel Dyer 5s. To sons Elisha, Henry a nd Barre tt Dy er L30 each. To son Samuel Vernon L45. To daughter Catheri ne Vern on L6 5. To sons Henry and Barrett Dyer and Samuel Vernon, all ren ts d ue me fr om Edward Dyer of Kings Town, being due from 1710, N ov 20 at L6 p er annu m, and all hereafter found due which should have be en for my year ly suppo rt and maintenance. [Gen. Dict. of RI]
!SPOUSE-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: NEHGR Vol 145 p262 "Ancestry of KatherineHa mb y, Wife of Capt. Edward Hutchinson of Boston, Suffolk, Mass." by W ay ne Ho ward Wilcox
Lived Boston, Newport, Kingstown RI
Dec.20,1635 is Baptism date.
Samuel married Anne Hutchinson 27 about 1660 in Boston, Suffolk, Ma.,7 27 daughter of Edward Hutchinson and Catherine Hamby. Anne was born on 18 Nov 1643 in Boston, Suffolk, Ma and died on 10 Jan 1716/17 in Newport, Newport, Ri at age 73.
+ 10 M i. William Dyer 28 29 30 was born on 7 Mar 1662/63 in Boston, Suffolk, Ma,31 32 died on 27 Jul 1738 in Truro, Barnstable, Ma4 33 34 35 36 37 at age 75, and was buried in 1738 in Old North Cemetery, Truro, Barnstable, Ma.
General Notes: Resided Newport RI; Nevis, West Indies; New York, NY; Lewes, Sus se x, Co ., De [WAD]
"William's birth date (1640) based on speculation, not proof." [Joh an Wi ns ser]============================================================= ===Dat abase: Full Context of Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 168 0-18 00
Prim Name: William Dyre, Major
Will Made Date: 20 Feb 1687/88
Will Loc:Heirs Name: wife Mary Dyre; eldest son William Dyre, of Bosto n; y oungest s on Edmund Dyer, son James Dyre; dau. (eldest) Sarah Dyer, ( young est) Ma ry DyerExec/Trus Name: wife Mary Dyer, son William Dyre, Jo hn Hi ll and Samuel Gr ay (friends); New England property, Sir Edmund Andr oss
Wit Name: Charles Sanders, Will Rodeney
Will Probate Date: 05 Jun 1688Will Book: Penna. Hist. Soc. Paper s, vo l. AM 2013; Arch. vol. A70; Re g. of Wills, Liber A
Page: 95-97; 27; folios 85-88Comment: [Note:--Arch. vol. A70, page 27 me nt ions dec'd father William]
============================================================"Capt. NATHA NI EL WALKER, (from N.E., as shown by his will), gives to his b ro.-in-la w, C apt. Wm. Dyre, "all my lands in the Gov't of Penna., at the P LACE fo rmer ly called the WHOREKILL, since NEW DEAL, and now LEWIS, (LEWES) ." No rtham pton, Va., 27 Apr. 1683-29 Oct. 1683. (xv-26) (The County Cou rt Not e-Boo k, Feb., 1927, Vol. VI, No. 1, p. 6.)In Delaware, Capt. William Dy re was e xalted to Major William Dyre, or Dye r. [First Settlers of Ye Pla ntatio ns of Piscataway and Woodsridge Olde Ea st New Jersey part 5]
===========================================================NATHANIEL WAL KE R, b. say 1642 (called "Mr." 9 June 1663 when Robert Sta rr recall ed th at Nathaniel sailed on the Swallow [EQC 6:35]); wrote from V irgin ia in 16 71 to his brother Obadiah, referring to "brother Dyer" [Lyn nH SR 14:112, c iting Middlesex court files]; administration granted in Su ss ex County, De laware, on 20 July 1685 to Major William Dyer [Leon deVal inge r, ed., Cale ndar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records, 1680-18 00 (Dov er, Delawar e, 1964), p. 10]. (The Great Migration Begins, p.918)
==============================================Page 725-726 NEW JERSEY IT ES BECOME FIRST SETTLERS OF DELAWARE BEFORE 1700
(From the auth., listed supra.)Those of New Amsterdam and New Jersey f ir st appearing in Delaware were:
MAJOR WILLIAM DYER, of R. I.
Mary Dyer.[First Settlers of Ye Plantations of Piscataway and Woodsrid ge O lde East N ew Jersey part 5]
Page 880 MAJOR WILLIAM DYER, COLONIAL NEW YORK(Identical with N. J., a nd D elaware man.) (Vide, ante, this PART, pp. 8 21 and 865.)CAPT. WILLI AM DYR E, a N. Y. Colonial, Mar. 10, 1680, (vide, ante, PART TW O, p. 155) ."Dyer 's Commission, Date 4th January, 1682, ffor Coll. of his Maties Cus to m s, as well as of this Province of East New Jersey as Sezaria (Caesa ri ae ), with Pensilvania--wch was Read, allowed and ordered to be record ed ." (A RCH., Vol. XIII, p. 142.) [First Settlers of Ye Plantations of Pi sca taw ay and Woodsridge Olde East New Jersey part 5]
NEHGR Vol 146 p294 & Vol 145 p22 "Mary (Dyre) Ward, Mary Barrett Dy re 's mi ssing daughter traced" by Johan Winsser says; William, 2nd survi vi ng so n, in Oct 1659 sent a plea for his mother's life to court in Bos to n, in 16 74 became collector of customs at New York, in 1681 was indi ct ed for hi gh treason because of irregularities in his collector job, H ad c harges tra nsferred to England where case was dropped due to la ck of witne sses. Own ed land in NY, RI, vast acres in PA and Sussex Co. D el. whe re he died in 1 688."
NEHGR Vol 48 p143 - The complete will of William Dyre, son of Wil li am & Ma ry (the Quaker martyr). Land in Sussex Co., PA; NewCastle Co ., PA; Narragan set Country in New England;,Providence,RI;Dyers Is,RI;Rea di ng in New Engla nd; the Clabbord Islands in Cascoe Bay, New England; a nd l arge sums of mon ey.
NEHGR vol 98 p25ff "Tradition of Mary Dyer, Quaker Martyr" says W il li am 2d was member of the Governor's Council, and two years later m ay or of t he City of New York. In 1674 he was appointed by James, Du ke of Yo rk, as c ollector of customs in New York for America.
!CHILD: Wm. Heller Dyar, "The DYAR (DYER) Families", ms. from Na tl G en So c. NOTE: A son of Williams married a Bradford and their descend an ts suppos edly have the relics of Mary Dyer. These records are in Cathe ri ne Cornel ia Joy-Dyer "Some Records of the Dyer Family", NY: T Whitake r, 1 884.
[e-mail from Aurie Morrison]The 20th Century Biographical Dictiona ry of No table Americans, Vol. 3, p.3 66 Dyre, William, mayor of New Yor k, was a s on of Captain William and Ma ry Dyre, who came from Engla nd to Boston, Suf folk, Mass., and joined the F irst church there in Decem ber, 1635. Capta in Dyre was disfranchised for "s editious writing" Nov. 1 5, 1637, remov ed to Rhode Island, and was one of t he signers of the comp act of governme nt for that province, March 7, 163 8. He was secretary t he same year, gene ral recorder, 1648; attorney-genera l, 1650-53; memb er of the general cour t, 1661-62, 1664-66; general solicit or, 1665-66, a nd 1668, and secreta ry to the council, 1669. He was commissi oned command er-in-chief upon t he sea in 1653, and headed an expedition fit ted o ut in Rhode Island again st the Dutch. His wife, Mary Dyre, was t he on ly woman to suffer capital p unishment in all the oppression of t he Frien ds the world over. She accomp anied her husband on his missi on to England w ith Roger Williams and Dr. J ohn Clarke to obtain the revo cation of Govern or Coddington's power in Rho de Island and while there be came a conve rt to Quakerism and a preach er in the society. On arrivi ng in Boston in 16 57 she was imprisoned a nd on the petition of her husba nd was permitt ed to go with him to Rhode I sland, but never to retu rn to Massachusetts. S he returned, however, and w ith William Robinson a nd Marmaduke Stevenson w as tried and convicted f or "their rebellion, sed ition and presumptuous obt ruding upon us notwiths tanding their being sen tenced to banishment on pay ne of death, as undermi ners of the government ." Robinson and Stevenson we re executed, but throu gh the petition of h er son, Mayor William Dyre, s he was reprieved on t he same conditio ns as before, but in May, 1660, aga in appeared on the pub lic stree ts of Boston, and was brought before the co urt, May 31, and cond emn ed to death. She was executed June 1, 1660.Mayor William Dyre was appoi nt ed to the military service under the crown a nd proposed the conquest of N ew York from the Dutch in 1673. He was made collector of cus to ms of h is territories in America by the Duke of York, July 2, 1674, a nd t ook up h is residence in New York. He was a member of the governor 's counc il, a nd in 1680 was elected mayor of the city. He was arrest ed on char ge of hig htreason by the merchants of New York in 1680 and ind icted in 16 81. He w as placed upon trial, denied the authority of the cou rt, and w as sent to L ondon for trial, which was delayed by Samuel Winde r, his pros ecutor, a nd he was given his liberty by the council, Sept. 3 0, 1682. He w as advanc ed by KingCharles II., Jan. 4, 1682, to the positi on of surveyor -general of his maje sty's customs in America and held t he office till h is death. He was also m ade king's collector of customs f or Pennsylvania a nd New Jersey and remov ed to Penn's province, settli ng on a large tra ct of land in Sussex coun ty (nowin Delaware). In 16 87 he was elected a pr ovincial councillor of pennsylvan ia for three year s, but was not allow ed to take his seat. His will, dat ed Feb. 20, 168 8, was probated Ju ne 5, 1688. and proved in London, Sep t. 4, 1690. He le ft surviving him, h is wife, Mary, and children, Willia m, Edmund, James,S arah and Mary. He be queathed his estate of 2500 acres in Sussex coun ty (D el.), and Dyre's isl and, between Providence plantations and Rhode I slan d, and two islan ds in Casco bay, to his wife, and 2000 acres in Suss ex cou nty to his s on William, who was elected to the Pennsylvania assemb ly in 16 99, and hel ped to found the Episcopal church in New Castle, N ew Castle, Del. T he da te of Mayor William Dyre's death is not known t he time being only f ix ed as between the dates of making and probating h is will.[p.367]
Court Records 1680-1682 and 1693-1701
====================================================From The New York Hi st orical Society Collections, this 1912 volume featur es preceedin gs of t he General Court of Assizes, held in the city of New Yo rk from 10 /6/16 80 to 10/6/1862, and minutes of the Supreme Court of Judica ture, 4/ 4/16 93 to 4/1/1701.
Bibliographic Information: Court Records 1680-1682 and 1693-170 1, T he N ew York Historical Society, 1912.
The Bill or Accusacon against Capt William Dyre found by the Grand Jury. Wi lliam Dyre standeth Charged and accused by the name of Wm Dy re La te of t he Citty of New Yorke Gentlm for that he the said Wm Dyre Se vera ll times s ince the first of May Anno: one thousand Six hundred and E igh ty att the Ci tty aforesaid as a false Traytor to sd Soverigne Lord t he Ki ng hath Trator ously Maliciously and Advisedly used and Exercised Re gall P ower and Author ity over the Kings Subjects; for the Better Suppo rt and up holding where of he the said Wm Dyre hath Traiterously Malicious ly and adv isedly Plotte d, and Contrived Innovacons in Governmt, and t he Subversi on and Chan ge of the Known antient and fundimentall Laws of t he Real me of Engla nd by Virtue of which Arbitrary and Unlawfull Pow er he the sa id Wm Dyre (T ogether with other some false Traitors Unknown e) hath many t imes Since t he first of November Last Past Establish't a nd Imposed Unlawf ull Custom es and Imposicons on the Goods and Merchandiz es, of his Majt is Leige Peop le trading in this Place by force Compelli ng them to Pay t he same, and ha th Imployed and made use of Souldie rs to maintaine and Def end him in the se his Unjust and Unlawfull Practis es Contrary to the Grea te Charter of Li berties, Contrary to the Petic on of Right and Contra ry to other Statut es in those Cases made and Provi ded, and Contrary to t he Honor and Pea ce of ye most Soverigne Lord the K ing that now is his Cro wne and Dignit
Billa Vera Samuel Winder
Long Island Wills and Death Notes, 1708-1728:To all, etc. William Dyr e, Ma yor, and the Aldermen send Greeting. Upon t he day of the date hereo f, app eared unto this Court, holden at the City Ha ll, JOHN ROBINSON, bei ng a pe rson well known and worthy of good repute, a nd did depose that h e, the sa id John Robinson, did sell and deliver the se veral Particula rs and Parce ls of goods, at the severall times, rates, a nd prices unto J ohn Throo p, of Southampton, Long Island, and did pay by sa id John Throop 's order a nd on his account to sundry persons the sums amoun ting to €27 7. 6s. 6d, w hich by agreement is to be paid by said John Thro op in New Y ork, in Tray ne oil, at 24 shillings a barrell. And he did al so send to s aid John Thro op, 1 butt of Sherry wine, at 134 gallons, for t he said Jo hn Robinson's a ccount, and he hath not received any account n or receiv ed one farthi ng of the same. April 26, 1681.
General Notes: Page 820 MAHERSHALALHASHBAZ DYERMAHERSHALALHASHBAZ DYER, Newport, 1 66 1, son of William Dyer, R. I. Hist. C oll. III, 252, (AUSTIN, R. I ., p. 29 0.)"Probably no other child on this side of the ocean has suffer ed such in fliction, though it has long been a tradition that a fondness f or Old Test ame nt names, in one instance, brought Beelzebub into use." (S AVAGE, Vo l. I I, p. 88-9.)"Moreover the Lord said unto me, Take thee a gr eat rol l, and write in it w ith a man's pen concerning Maher-shalal-hashb az." (IS AIAH, VIII, 1)He was a brother to MAJOR WILLIAM DYER of Delawar e, intermar ried and associated with N. J. fams., (vide, ante, this PAR T, p. 725). [Fi rst Settlers of Ye Plantations of Piscataway and Woodsrid ge Olde East N ew Jersey part 5]
Resided in Portsmouth, and Newport, Newport, Ri. Apparently had no child re n. call ed "Maher." [WAD]
1661, Mar.22 He signed certain articles relative to Misquamicut (Weste rl y) lands.1670, Jul.7 His father indeed of this date to son Henry me nti ons pa rt of farm where my son Maher's tobacco house stood. [Gen. D ic t. of RI]
Was in Newport, 1661. The full name is Mahershallalhashbaz. It is bo rr ow ed from Isaiah viii 1. See "Gen. Dict. of 1st Settlers of New Engl an d" p 88.
!MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: Clarence Almon Torrey, NEW ENGLAND MARRIAGES p ri or to 17 00;p237
Mahershallalhashbaz married Martha Pearce 12 52 53 about 1665 in Portsmouth, Newport, Ri.,7 daughter of Richard Pearce and Susanna Wright. Martha was born on 13 Sep 1645 in Waltham Abbey, Essex, England18 54 and died on 24 Feb 1743/441 18 at age 98.
6. Henry Levi Dyer 12 (William1) was born about 1647 in Rhode Island, died in Feb 1689/90 in Newport, Newport, Ri19 about age 43, and was buried in 1690 in COMMON BURIAL GROUND NEWPORT FAREWELL ST ->20 ft. E.9
General Notes: 1667, Aug.10 He enlisted in a troop of horse.
1668 Freeman.1677, Oct.31 He and forty seven others we re g ranted 3,000 acres to be called East Greenwich.
1680 Taxed 4s 6d.
1688, Sep.8 He made an agreement with his brother Charles about a fe nc e.
He was buried in Newport Cemetery. Gravestone: Henry "Levi" Dyer.
[Gen. Dict. of RI]
Henry married Elizabeth Sanford 12 about 1675 in Newport, Newport, Ri.,55 daughter of John Sanford and Elizabeth Spatchurst. Elizabeth was born on 11 Jul 1655 in Portsmouth, Newport, Ri56 and died on 27 Aug 171856 at age 63.
General Notes: Johan Winsser:The sons of William Dyre, sometime Secretary and Attorn ey Ge neral of Rhode Island, and Mary (Barret) Dyre, the Quaker martyr ha ng ed at Boston 1 June 1660, appear in many early New England records a nd the ir lives can be traced with relative ease. On the other hand, the o nly kno wn surviving daughter of William & Mary has been identified fr om a sing le citation in the early Rhode Island records. On 25 July 1670 S amuel & He nry Dyre were charged by their father to post a L300 bond to en sure the in heritance of L100 due their eldest sister, Mary Dyre, and L 40 to their ha lf sister, Elizabeth Dyre (Rhode Island Land Records, 1648- 1696 [Ms at t he Rhode Island State Archives], 414):
8. Charles Dyer 1 2 22 23 24 (William1) was born about 1650 in Rhode Island, died on 15 May 1709 in Newport, Newport, Ri9 19 25 about age 59, and was buried in 1709 in DYRE FAMILY BURIAL GROUND NEWPORT *LOST* MAITLANDS - DYRE FARM.9
General Notes: Dyre, Charles, of Newport, Yeoman. Will dated May 1709, proved 12 M ay 1 70 9, Pgs. 72-76Mentions: Wife Martha Dyre. Sons James, Samue l, J on or Wm Dyre & Charles Dyre. Daughter Elizabeth wife of Thurston Hoo ke. W itn: George Hazard, Jeffr ey Champlin & Nathaniel Dyre. [RI Gen Regi ste r, Jul 1980]
1687, grants for land in Delaware secured for Charles and Henry, by brot he r, Major William Dyre, neither Charles nor Henry take possession of t he la nd. [WAD]
Lived in Newport then Providence
Charles, Senior d 15 May 1709 age 59y (cyb 1650) skull. (gs)
Rhode Island Land Evidence 1648-1696 -Abstracts Vol 1 page 206.Charl es Dy re of Newport, Husbandman bought of Samuel Dyre of Boston,carpente r, la nd in Newport RI. Bounded on the East, partly by certainlan ds in po ssessi on Mr. Francis Brinley & Left Collo of Peleg Sanfordon t he Sout h, by la nd of Late Mr. Nicholas Easton and Mr. John=on the Wes t, by the s ea on No rth by land of Henry Dyre.--with=house, orchards, Gar dens, meadow s, woo ds - swamp--layed out unto mis Katharin Dyre by to wn of Newport 16 81 as h er Right of Dower. 5 Oct1687. Witt. Weat Clark e, Robert Little, Dan iel Ve rnon.
+ 31 M v. Samuel Dyer 70 was born about 1687 in Little Compton, Newport, Ri, died on 15 Sep 1767 in Newport, Newport, Ri9 10 19 about age 80, and was buried in 1767 in DYRE FAMILY BURIAL GROUND NEWPORT *LOST* MAITLANDS - DYRE FARM.9
Charles next married Martha Brownell 12 22 24 74 75 on 8 Mar 1690/91 in Newport, Newport, Ri.,55 74 daughter of Thomas Brownell and Ann Bourne. Martha was born on 1 May 1643 in Portsmouth , Newport, Ri,76 died on 15 Feb 1743/44 in Portsmouth , Newport, Ri9 10 77 at age 100, and was buried in 1744 in PORTSMOUTH LOCATION UNKNOWN PORTSMOUTH *LOST* [FROM QUAKER DEATH RECORDS].9
General Notes: Resided in Newport, R.I.Jan.1669/70, in an agreement with their father ( Wi lliam Dier(1), Samuel and Henry agree to pay L40 to Elizabeth with in 3 y rs of their father's death. It is also noted in regard to Elizabet h, "a nd to be careful of her maintenance in case of her mother';s death ". [WAD]
Elizabeth married John Greenman 78 before 1694, son of Edward Greenman and Mary (Nee?) Greenman. John was born on 27 Mar 1666 in Newport, Newport, Ri, died on 30 Sep 1727 in Newport, Newport, Ri at age 61, and was buried in 1727 in Common Burial Ground, Newport, Newport, Ri.
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