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Robert Savory Family: Fourth Generation


Chase Savory, son of Robert, son of William, son of Robert, was born October 5, 1723, and baptized the next day. He married first Priscilla Hardy, April 13, 1747. By her he had the following children:

  1. Abigail, born November 7, 1748, married September 8, 1768, Nathaniel Wallingford.

  2. Samuel, born March 15, 1749-50.

  3. Daniel, born December 11, 1751. He married Mrs. Sarah Colby. The marriage intentions were published at Ames bury, September 9, 1775. He had children as follows:

    1. Daniel, born February 17, 1777. His marriage intentions were published at Amesbury, to Lois Goodwin. He removed from Amesbury, Mass., to Sutton, N. H. He had five daughters as follows:

      1. Lois, born April 1, 1802, married Nathan Burpee, February 3, 1825.

      2. Sally, married James Russell.

      3. Hannah, born December 18, 1806, married Harris Burpee, May 15, 1832.

      4. Rhoda, married John Nelson.

      5. Mary, married Samuel Simons.

    2. Benjamin, born June 18, 1779. Died April 5, 1799

    3. Elizabeth, born April 15, 1781.

    4. William, born July 27, 1783, died April 7, 1799. 

    5. Sarah, born August z, 1785, married Stevens.

    6. Aaron, born October 23, 1787.

    7. Hannah, born June 25, 1790, married Moses Bly.

    8. Chase, born October 4, 1794 He had four sons as follows : Daniel, Nathaniel, Samuel and Joseph.

    9. Judith Tucker, born September 19, 1797, married Smith.

    10. Priscilla, born March 19, 1800.

  4. Hannah, born January 7, 1754, married June 11, 1776, Parker Smith.

  5. Robert, born December 1, 1757.

  6. Jonathan, born September 7 or 22, 1759. He married first, Hannah Tenney, March, 1783 ; second, Betsey Kimball, and died February 25, 1841. They resided in Derry, N. H. He had the following children by his first wife:

    1. Thomas, born October 6, 1783, married Grisel Holmes and died December 16, 1867.

    2. Priscilla, born April 8, 1785, married Abraham Burbank.

    3. Hannah, born April 14, 1788.

    4. Betsey, born April 28, 1790, died August 29, 1790.

    5. Jonathan, born March 6, 1793, died June 17, 1795.

    6. Betsey, born May 24, 1795, died 1818.

  7. Benjamin, born October 2, 1762. He married first Judith Burbank, August 26, 1789. She was born July 28, 1767, and died July 10, 1830. He married second Mary Tenney, a widow, April 5, 1836. She died August 3, 1852. He died March 26, 1856. By his first wife, Judith Burbank, he had the following children:

    1. Mercy, born May 6, 1790, married December 25, 1811, Moses W. Thurlow.

    2. Judith, born May 30, 1792, married January 23, 1816, John Stickney.

    3. Nathaniel, born July 31, 1794. He became a sailor early in life and in 1830, with four other white men and a party of natives, he started from Oahu, one of the Hawaiian Islands, sailed to and settled on Peel Island, one of the Bonin Group in the North Pacific Ocean. The Bonin or Archbishop Islands were discovered in 1827 by Captain Beechey, of the Blossom, who took formal possession of them for England. Peel Island was settled, as stated before, in 1830, Savory's companions consisting of an American, an Englishman, an Italian, a Dane and fifteen Sandwich Islanders, five men and ten women, under the auspices of the Union Jack. The inhabitants adopted a constitution in 1853, Nathaniel Savory becoming Governor. Besides pigs, goats and fowls, Peel Island produces sweet potatoes, maize, onions, yams, pumpkins, melons, lemons, tobacco and sugar-cane. Timber is also plentiful, though not of great size. Nathanie Savorv married a native of Guam and had five children. He died in 1877 or 1878. His strange career and character are described in Commodore Perry's account of his expedition to Japan, and in Harper's Magazine for March, 1856.

    4. John Burbank, born January 6, 1797.

    5. Eleazer, born September, 11, 1799, married March 7, 1843, Abigail P. Lawrence.

    6. Robert, born February 1, 1802, married Catharine Spofford.

    7. Benjamin, born November 1, 1804.

  8. Eliphalet, born February 19, 1765, married Lucy Perkins.

  9. Rebecca, born November 22, 1766, married December 5, 1797+ Abel Saunders, and died January 5, 1838.

  10. Susanna, born July 17, 1772, married December 15, 1793, David Foote.
    Chase Savory by his second wife, Hannah Burbank, whom he married June 2, 1779, had one child.

  11. Mary, born June 27, 1780, married Samuel Adams.




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