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By Guy S. Rix (Concord, N. H., 1901).

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   Roger Eastman came from Langford, county of Wilts. [England], and sailed from Southampton in April, 1638 in the ship Confidence, John Jobson, master, bound for the Massachusetts Bay Colony. 

   On the ship's papers he was entered as a servant of John Saunders. Many traditions have been handed down, but it is believed that Roger Eastman was the sole ancestor of all Eastmans in this country. The name has been, in some cases, spelled "Easman," even by members of the same family. Roger Eastman received lands in the first division of Salisbury in 1640-1643.

   His wife's name has never been learned [according to the information in this book]. However, ten children have been attributed to him and his spouse(s).  From Salisbury his descendants dispersed mostly to towns in northern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. 

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