[en-di-kuh t, -kot]
- John,1588?–1665, colonial governor of Massachusetts 1644–65, born in England.
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Examples from the Web for endecott
But Endecott's rash action endangered the whole enterprise, which required at this stage the extreme of prudence.
There were some, like the Brownes whom Endecott sent out of the colony, that were even unwilling to surrender the prayer book.
Did Endecott remember, we wonder, a certain incident connected with the royal ensign at Salem?The Fathers of New England
Charles M. Andrews
Instead, they sent out an expedition under Captain Endecott, to punish the Pequots.Once Upon A Time In Connecticut
Caroline Clifford Newton
Settlers were living at Salem as early as 1626 and Endecott, with a considerable immigration, arrived in 1628.Every Day Life in the Massachusetts Bay Colony
George Francis Dow