A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England, John Farmer, Genealogical Publishing Co, Lancaster MA 1829, p318:
WILLARD Simon, came from the county of Kent, and resided in Cambridge in 1634, from thence to Concord in 1635, to Lancaster as early as 1660, was of Groton in 1672, and, on the breaking up of that town in 1676, went to Salem, but d at Charlestown, 24 Apr 1676. He was early a military officer, and attained the rank of major, and commanded the forces in Ninigret's and Phillip's wars. He represented Concord 14 years, commencing with 1636, and was elected assistant 22 years from 1654 to his death. He m (1) Mary Sharp, (2) Elizabeth Dunster, sister of President Dunster, (3) Mary Dunster and had 9 sons...
Mary married Major Simon WILLARD, son of Richard WILLARD and Margery HUMPHRIE. (Major Simon WILLARD was born on 7 Apr 1605 in Horsmonden, Kent, England, christened on 7 Apr 1605 in Horsmonden, Kent, England, died on 24 Apr 1676 in Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA and was buried on 27 Apr 1676 in Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.)