A Genealogical Dictionary of  The First Settlers of New England,
Before 1692

Volume #4
Talbot - Tawley

By James Savage

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TALBOT, CHRISTOPHER, Boston 1686, a turner. JAMES, Boston, by w. Martha d. prob. of Michael Barstow of Charlestown, m. 14 Oct. 1663, had James, b. 23 Aug. 1664; Joseph, 21 Sept. 1666; and William, 26 Dec. 1668. JARED, or GARRETT, Taunton m. 1 Apr. 1664, Sarah Andrews, prob. d. of Henry, had Jared, b. 20 Mar. 1667; Mary, 14 Dec. 1671; Samuel, 29 Feb. 1676; Josiah, 12 Oct. 1678; and Nathan, 21 Feb. 1681. JARED, Taunton, perhaps s. of the preced. m. 4 May 1687, Rebecca Hathaway. Baylies IV. includes him there 1703. JOSHUA, [[vol. 4, p. 250]] Dorchester 1635. In support of this name, Farmer MS. had cited Harris, 64, but there is no such person found in the town list. LANCELOT, Boston 1675, merch. MOSES, Plymouth, was at Kennebeck trad. ho. under com. of John Howland, in Apr. 1634, k. by an interlop. trader from Portsmouth for attempt to cut his cable. The Portsmouth man was shot forthwith. Long agitat. of the matter ensued, as may be seen in Winthrop I. 131; and very fully in Bradford's Hist. 316-22.  WILLIAM, Boston 1651, sailmaker, by w. Cicely, had Judith, b. 4 July 1652 d. young; Mary, 21 June 1655; and Joseph, 13 Oct. 1657.

TALBY, or TOLBY, JOHN, Salem 1635, had sev. ch. by w. Dorothy, wh. was hang. 6 Dec. 1638, acc. to her sentence, two days bef. for murder of her d. Difficulty, that had been bapt. 25 Dec. 1636. See Col. Rec. I. 246 and Winthrop I. 279. She had been pun. for beat. and attempt. to k. her h. and other ch. as well as hers. and Felt, II. 456, is satisf. that she was insane, and her h. was excommun. for unnaturalness to her. Hutch. I. 420. He d. June 1645. STEPHEN, Boston 1662, a mariner, by w. Hannah had Stephen, b. 9 Aug. 1663; Samuel, 9 Jan. 1665; and John, 4 May 1671.

TALCOTT, TAILCOAT, TAYLCOAT, or other var. JOHN, Cambridge 1632 came that yr. in the Lion, emb. at London in June, arr. 16 Sept. is said to have been s. of John of Braintree in Co. Essex (and the only s. wh. sur. that f. in 1604, and a minor at that time, tho. he had five ds. then liv.) and to have m. Dorothy, d. of Benjamin Smith, brot. ch. John, Mary, and at C. had Samuel, b. a. 1635, H. C. 1658; was freem. 6 Nov. 1632, rep. at the first assemb. in May 1634, and five foll. cts. includ. May 1636, soon aft. wh. he rem. with Hooker and the gr. emigr. to Hartford, where a petty tradit. says his ho. was built in 1635; was rep. at the first Court in 1637, as also in every foll. yr. until 1654, when he was rais. to be Assit. and one of the two comnissnrs. the N. E. cols. also made treas. of the Col. until aft. the elect. in May 1659, and soon d. His wid. liv. 10 yrs. more, and in the will of 22 Sept. 1669, names ch. John, and Samuel only ; Mary, wh. m. 28 June 1649, Rev. John Russell of Wethersfield, being, d. 

JOHN, Hartford s. of the preced. b. in Eng. was ens. 1650, and m. 29 Oct. of that yr. Helena, or Ellen, Wakeman, prob. d. of John of New Haven, had John, b. 4 Nov. 1651 d. soon; John, again, 14 Dec. 1653, wh. d. 30 July 1683, or 1684, without issue; Elizabeth 21 Feb. 1656; Samuel, 21 Aug. 1658, d. at 22 yrs.; Mary, 26 Apr. 1661 ; Hannah, 8 Dec. 1663; Dorothy, 20 Feb. 1667; Joseph, 16 Nov. 1669; and Helena, 17 June 1674; his w. d. days aft. and he m. 9 Nov. 1676, Mary Cook, had Ruth, 12 Sept. 1677; Sarah, 16 Nov. 1679, d. in 3 wks.; Rachel, 23 Feb. 1682; Jonathan, 15 Feb. 1684; and Hezekiah, 24, bapt. 28 Feb. 1686; and this youngest ch. sett. at Durham. [[vol. 4, p. 251]]

The f. was freem. 1652, rep. 1660, and bec. a capt. in 1661 was chos. treas. of the Col. and an Assist. in wh. place he was cont. under the new ch. for un. of Conn. and N. H. chos. Commissnr. at the Congr. of the N. E. Cols. 1669, 70, 1, 3, and 6; in Philip's war was much in serv. a Col. sometimes hav. com. of all the Col. forces, and d. 23 July 1688. Elizabeth m. prob. Joseph Wadsworth, wh. in his will speaks of br. Talcott's land; Mary m. Richard Edwards, as his sec. w. Hannah m. Nathan Gould; Dorothy m. 31 Dec. 1691, the third Thomas Stoughton of Windsor, Helena m. Cyprian Nichols of Hartford; Ruth m. John Read, the gr. lawyer of Boston; Rachel m. 21 Mar. 1700, perhaps Peter, more prob. Gershom Bulkley. Gr. confus. among fam. reports arises from the identity of names, as herein is shown. Two Rachel Ts.m. in adj. towns two Bulkleys, one of wh. was Peter, s. of Gershom but wh. Rachel m. this Peter, or wh. Bulkley m. the elder of the cousins, Rachel T. wh. was ch. of the younger br. T. must be very careful. weigh. In my opin. geography is to be regard; as influential in some degr. JOSEPH, Hartford; s. of the sec. John, m. Abigail Clarke of Milford, says Chapin's Glastonbury, 168, wh. may he doubt. tho. no partner is assign. He had John, b. 27 Feb. 1699; Joseph, 17 Feb. 1701; Nathan, 26 Nov. 1702; Abigail, 13 Apr. 1707; Eunice, 26 Jan. 1709; Matthew; Samuel; Jerusha, 1717; Helena 1720; and his w. d. 24 Mar. 1724. He was chos. Gov. of the Prov. in sixteen success. yrs. begin. 1725. 

SAMUEL, Wethersfield, younger s. of the first John, freem. 1662, m. 7 Nov. 1661, Hannah, d. of Elizur Holyoke of Springfield, had Samuel, b. 1663; John, d. young, but prob. aft. his f.; Hannah, 1665; Elizur, 31 July 1669; Joseph, 20 Feb. 1672; Benjamin, 1 Mar. 1674; Rachel, 2 Apr. 1676; and Nathaniel, 28 Jan. 1679; of wh. the first three were b. at Hartford, not rec. yet all nam. in his will; was rep. 1669-77. His w. d. 2 Feb. 1679, he took 2d w. 6 Aug. fol. Mary, but had no more ch. and d. 10 Nov. 1691, leav. large est. Hannah m. 25 Nov. 1686, John Chester the sec. and Chapin says Rachel m. 1700, Peter Bulkley, wh. may provoke inq. That her h. was a gr.s. of the Rev. Peter, may well be; and that his bapt. name must make him s. of Gershom is almost certain, for Peter, of Fairfield, s. of the first Peter; was d. leav. s. of the same name too young to be m. in 1700; and Peter s. of Edward was d. without leav. s. of this name. But greater doubt in my mind is of the yr. to wh. this Rachel's m. is postpon. by him, tho. undoubted. the Wethersfield rec. says "Mr. Peter B. and Rachel T. were m. 21 Mar. 1699," i. e. 1700, N. S. My conject. is that Samuel's Rachel had been m. some yrs. bef. to Gershom, s. of the third Peter; and that John's Rachel, aft. her f's. d. and cous. Rachel's m. had liv. at her unle Samuel's ho. and there was m. Confus. of this with his br. and of him with his f. is seen [[vol. 4, p. 252]] in the Index to the admir. Col. Rec. of Trumbull. Eight of this name have been gr. at Yale.

TALLEY, TOLLEY, or TAULLEY, RICHARD, Dorchester, m. Sarah, d. of Edward Blake of Milton, and was one of the excors. of his will. His w. d. 5 Aug. 1697, and he m. 27 Jan. foll. Elizabeth Grosse, and he d. 8 Dec. 1717, aged 66. But he had first been of Boston, and by w. Sarah had Sarah, b. 16 Apr. 1684, bapt. 1 Nov. 1685; Richard, 21 Dec. 1685, whose bapt. is not seen; and Abigail, 18, bapt. 22 Jan. 1688; beside Mary, bapt. says the Old South Rec. 5 May 1689; but these two are there call. of Richard and Mary. THOMAS, Boston, prob. br. of the preced. by w. Mary had John, b. 7 Apr. 1678, perhaps d. soon; Hannah, 16, bapt. 18 Apr. 1680; Jane 2, bapt. 4 Mar. 1682; and John, again, 21 June 1685, whose bapt. is not seen at O. S. ch.

TALMADGE, or TALMAGE, ENOS, New Haven, m. 9 May 1682, Hannah, d. of Thomas Yale, was a propr. 1685. His wid. m. 14 Nov. 1695, Samuel Bishop. JOHN, New Haven, a propr. 1685, m. 18 Nov. 1686, Abigail, d. of Hon. James Bishop. ROBERT, New Haven, by w. Sarah, d. of Thomas Nash, had Abigail, bapt. 13 May 1649; Thomas, b 17, bapt. 20 Oct. 1650; Sarah, bapt. 19 Sept. 1652; John, b. 11, bapt. 17 Sept. 1654; Enoch, 4, bapt. prob. 5 Oct. 1656; and Mary, a 2 Sept. bapt. prob. 27 Nov. 1659; as two or three of the days of bapt. in Geneal. Reg. IX. 362, are wrong, from the carelessnsss of the deac. or other rec. officer. He d. bef. 1685. Sarah m. 18 Mar. 1679, Samuel Hotchkiss. 

THOMAS, Boston, freem. 14 May 1634, rem. to Lynn 1637, and there prob. had Thomas, beside other ch. and Lewis thinks, went to Easthampton, L. I. THOMAS, Lynn, s. of the preced. perhaps b. in Eng. rem. 1650 to L. I. was prob. at Milford 1656, and m. that lieut. at New Haven 1685, wh. was k. at the surprise of Schenectady 8 Feb. 1690 by the French and Ind. WILLIAM, Boston, perhaps br. of Thomas of the same, prob. came in the fleet with Winthrop stands in the list of our ch. No. 59, was made freem. 14 May 1643, tho. the clk. felt the name with a var. may have been dr. early to Roxbury ch. by acquaint. with Eliot, but on their ch. list it is mark. that he went to Lynn with his w. An Elizabeth T. d. at Lynn 20 Dec. 1660. WILLIAM, Boston, in that part call. Muddy riv. carpenter m. a d. of John Peirce, and on the engagem. of P. to support him and his two ds. T. made conveyce. of his est.

TALMAN, or TALLMAN, JAMES, Portsmouth, R. I. perhaps s. of Peter, m. 18 Mar. 1689, 15 May, d. of John Devoll, of the Niantick country, as the rec. at P. reads, had John, b. 19 Sept. 1692; Joseph, 13 July 1694; and Elizabeth 13 June 1699. He next m. 14 Sept. 1701; Hannah, d. of John Swain of Nantucket, had Stephen, 30 June foll.; Mary, 26 June 1704; Peter, 17 June 1706; Jemima, 11 Sept. 1708; James, 10 Apr. 1710; Jeremiah, 25 Sept. 1712; Silas, 10 Sept. 1717; Joseeph, 1 June 1720; [[vol. 4, p. 253]] and Hanna, 14 Sept. 1723. PETER, is in the list of freem. at Newport 1655, prob. had childr. certain. Peter by w. Ann b. 22 Mar. 1658; among proprs. of Guilford 1685. PETER, was s. of the preced. and with the title of Dr. m. 7 Nov. 1683, Ann Walstone, wid. of John, tho. more likely it may seem to be his sis. and had Elizabeth b. 22 June 1687; Ebenezer, 1 Sept. 1692; and Peter, 13 Nov. 1694, wh. d. at 22 yrs.; and d. 28 July 1728. His wid. d. 1731.

TANKERSLY, GEORGE, Boston, by w. Tabitha had Sylvanus, b. 24 Sept. 1673, d. soon; and Sylvanus, again, 17 Sept. 1674.

TANNER, NNICHOLAS, Swanzey 1663, in 1666 of Rehoboth, was fin. in 1667, as a Bapt. and in 69 had quiet as supporter in his four of worship. He was town clk. afterwards.

TAPLEY, CLEMENT, Dorchester, freem. 13 May 1640. See Topliff. GILBERT, Salem 1689, innholder, had w. Thomasine, and d. 17 Apr. 1714, aged 79 says Felt, first Ed. 546; but he meant perhaps 80; and his w. d. 4 Nov. 1715. By her he had Gilbert, b. 26 Aug. 1665; Joseph, 10 Mar. 1668; and Mary, 4 Apr. 1671. Joseph had, prob. renewal of license in his f's. place. GILBERT, Salem, s. of the preced. m. 10 Apr. 1686, Lydia, d. of Thomas Small, had Mary, b. 4 Nov. 1689; Joseph, 30 July 1692; Lydia, 10 Mar. 1697; and Gilbert, 13 July 1699. JOHN, Salem, prob. br. of Gilberet, m. 6 Dec. 1663, Elizabeth Pride, d. perhaps of John had Elizabeth b. 20 Jan. 1665; Mary, 10 Feb. 1667, d. next yr.; John, 7 Apr. 1669; William, 30 Aug. 1670; Hannah, 21 Apr. 1672; Robert, 7 Feb. 1674; Mary, again, June 1678; Samuel, Feb. 1683; and Benjamin, 3 Feb. 1688. WILLIAM, Salem, perhaps of John, m. 7 Mar. 1697 or Elizabeth d. of William Cash, had Elizabeth b. 15 1701; John, 4 Feb. 1705; Mary, 1 Mar. 1708; and William, 5 Feb. 1711. Sometimes the spell. is Topley.

TAPP, EDMUND, Milford 1639, one of the seven pillars at found. of the ch. 22 Aug. in New Haven, that yr. may have been an Assist. of that Col. tho. Mather certain. gives a false date to all the earliest. He d. says Lambert, 1653. His will, wh. is lost, bore date 1 Apr. 1653, and his inv. was tak. 6 of the same mo. Of his fam. we kn. little. His d. Jane, wh. d. 8 Apr. 1703 (and had prob. 35 yrs. bef. less than the ch. assign. by tradit.), was of Nov. Robert Treat; but from the will of his wid. 17 Aug. 1673, shortly bef. her d. we find two other ds. ment. Ann, d. of William Andrews, wh. had first been w. of William Gibbard, and Elizabeth, w. of John Nash. Beside this, she calls. in that docum. William Fowler, her s.-in-law, gives something to him and three ds. of his, term. by testat. her cous.

TAPPAN, TAPIN, TAPPIN, TOPPING, TOPAN, or TAPPING, ABRAHAM, Newbury 1637, freem.; 2 May 1638, had m. in Eng. Susanna Goodale of Yarmouth in Co. Norfk. had Peter, b. 1634; perhaps Elizabeth 16 Oct. 1635, tho. Coffin. erron. gives it 30 yrs. later, and on this side of the ocean had, perhaps first, Isaac; Abraham, 1644; Jacob, 1645; Susanna, 13 [[vol. 4, p. 254]] June 1649; and John, 23 Apr. 1651; and d. Nov. 1672, aged 64. His wid. d. 20 Mar. 1689. I presume only part of Coffin's acco. was deriv. from authentic rec. Elizabeth m. 21 Nov. 1657, Samuel Mighill of Rowley. ABRAHAM, Newbury, s. of the preced. m. at Woodbridge, N. J. Nov. 1670, Ruth, d. of John Pike had perhaps one or more ch. b. there, and at N. had Mary, b. 25 Oct. 1674; Hannah, 14 Apr. 1677; and Joseph, 1681. BARTHOLOMEW, Boston, freem. 1671. 

CHRISTOPHER, Newbury, youngest s. of Peter, ord. 9 Sept. 1696, wh. in his Hecatompolis, Mather denies a Christian name, tho. he give it in his Coll. Catal. m. 13 DEc. 1698, Sarah Angier, d. of Edmund of Cambridge, had Christopher b. 24 Feb. 1700; Edmund, 7 Dec. 1701, H. C. 1720; and Bezaleel, 7 Mar. 1705, H. C. 1722; his w. d. 20 Feb. 1739, aged 63 and he d. 23 July 1747, hav. for above four yrs. suffer. much in his mind by reason of the gr. div. in religious sentiments then prevail. ISAAC, Newybury, s. of Abraham, m. 19 Sept. 1669, Hannah, d. of Stephen Kent, had Isaac, b. 20 Sept. 1673; Elizabeth 25 Jan. 1676; Jacob, 12 June 1678; David, 2 Nov. 1680; John, 16 Mar. 1683; Hannah, 23 Dec. 1686. His w. d. 10 Dec. 1688; and he m. 27 Mar. 1691, Mary March, d. possib. of Hugh the first, had Mary, 17 Nov. 1693; and Benjamin, 18 May 1695. JACOB, Newbury, s. of the first Abraham, took the o. of alleg. 1669, was freem. 1677, ens. 1683, m. 24 Aug. 1670, Hannah, eldest ch. of the sec. Henry Sewall, had Jacob, b. 20 May 1671; Samuel, 30 Sept. 1672, wh. d. of smallpox, 25 Aug. 1691; Jane, 28 Sept. 1674; John, 29 Jan. 1677; Hannah, 4 Mar. 1679; Elizabeth 20 Dec. 1680; Abraham, 29 June 1684; and Ann, 16 May 1686. His w. d. 11 Nov. 1699, and he m. ano. Hannah Sewall, wid. of John, br. of his former w. and d. 30 Dec. 1717. His wid. d. Apr. 1723. 

JAMES, Milford, by w. Ann had Ann, b. 18 or 29 Sept. 1662; James, 19 Aug. 1665; Mary, 15 or 18 Aug. 1668; Elizabeth 3 Aug. 1673, d. 18 Feb. foll.; and he d. 6 Aug. 1712; and his wid. d. 7 Feb. 1732. Ann m. 6 Dec. 1683, Thomas Ward of Middletown, where all the ch. exc. the first were b. He was in May 1661 one of the three men appoint. by the magistr. to make search for the regicides Whalley and Goffe; and their ret. on the precept, aft. three days, was that they had made dilig. search, and so easi. satisf. the author. He was in 1667 propound. to be freem. but Middletown ret. is lost in the list of 1669. JOHN, Boston, feltmaker, or hatter, m. 20 Aug. 1654, Mary, d. prob. of Robert Woodmansey, had (if one must believe the rec. wh. I do not) John b. 31 May 1654; Joseph; and James, 4 July 1664, all bapt. 17 July foll. was freem. 1665; was snub. by our Gen. Ct. in 1672 with others of his craft. solicit favor. He d. 14 Sept. 1678. 

JOHN, Newbury, s. of the first Abraham, serv. in Philip's war, and was wound. at the hard battle of Bloody Brook, 18 Sept. 1676; by w. Martha had James, b. 15 Mar. 1702; and d. in [[vol. 4, p. 255]] Salisbury, 26 Dec. 1723. JONATHAN, Southampton, L. I. 1673, perhaps s. of Thomas of Milford. JOSEPH, Boston, shopkeeper, possib. s. of Richard, by w. Marian had John, b. 12 Aug. 1678; and d. 20 Dec. 1678, aged 23. NATHANIEL, New London, had gr. of ld. 1652, but forfeit. and no more is kn. PETER, Newbury, eldest s. of Abraham the first, b. in Eng. m. 3 Apr. 1661, Jane, d. of Christopher Batt, said to be his first cous. and Peter, b. Dec. 1662, prob. d. young; Elizabeth 13 Oct. 1665; Peter, again, 22 Dec. 1667; Samuel, 5 June 1670; Christopher, 15 Dec. 1671, H. C 1691; and Jane, 4 Jan. 1674; was a physician, and d. 3 Nov. 1707. 

PETER, Newbury, s. of the preced. m. 28 Apr. 1696, Sarah Greenleaf, had Peter, and Timothy, perhaps tw. b. 2 Feb. 1698; Jane, 24 Jan. 1700; and Elizabeth 25 Apr. 1702. RICHARD, Boston 1632, with w. Judith, join. our ch. Nov. 1633, and bec. freem. 4 Mar. aft. had Timothy, bapt. 15 Dec. foll. d. soon. His w. d. 1635; and by w. Alice he had Joseph, b. 30 Sept. if the town rec. be foll. but the ch. rec. says, bapt. 28 Sept. 1645, a. 4 days old, wh. d. next mo.; and Joseph, again, bapt. 11 June 1648. Alice join. the ch. 17 Apr. 1647, and no more is learn. of her or h. but that he was liv. 1654. SAMUEL, Newbury, s. of the first Peter, m. 1702, Abigail, d. of Rev. Michael Wigglesworth of Malden, and had Samuel, b. 24 Nov. that yr. but Coffin tells no more. *THOMAS, Milford 1639, but earlier was of Wethersfield and rep. 1639, join. the ch. of M. with his w. Emma in 1640, had Elnathan, bapt. 2 Aug. of that yr. and James, 12 Feb. 1643. In 1651, he was a capt. and chos. Assist. and in that rank by an. elect. most of the next twelve yrs. kept on acco. evid. of resid. at Southampton, on L. I. On 20 Oct. 1666 a contr. made at Milford for his m. with Mary, wid. of Timothy Baldwin is by her refer. to ten yrs. later, when she was dispos. of her prob. in conform. with said contr. to her childr. He had, bef. June 1678, made Lydia, the wid. of John Wilford, his w. and for the resid. of his days liv. at Branford, where 5 Oct. 1686 he gave by deed to his s. Elnathan and James at Southampton all his lds. at S. to d. Mary Quinny (or some such name) ten cows; to d. Martha Herrick L10 in add. to what she had rec. to be paid by the s. wh. when had the keep. of the cows also. His wid. in Oct. 1688, transact. with those s. and d. Nov. 1694. Thirteen of his name had been gr. at Harv. and two at Yale, 1845.

TAPPER, JOHN, Boston, by w. Hannah had John, b. 11 July 1688, d. yong; Michael, 6 Dec. 1692; Lydia, 26 Jan. 1695; and John, again, 1 Nov. 1697.

TARBELL, TARBOLE, or TARBALL, JOHN, Salem, m. 25 Oct. 1678, Mary Nurse, d. of that female victim of the saddest fanaticism and cruelty that ever raged in N. E. had John, b. 9 Aug. 1680; Mary, 3 Apr. 1688; Cornelius, 25 Mar. 1690; Jonathan, 21 Feb. 1692; Elizabeth 22 Mar. 1694; and Sarah, 2 Oct. 1696, was freem. 1690, liv. at the vill. now Danvers, where he made much trouble to his min. poor Samuel Parris, for his witchcraft delus. THOMAS, Watertown 1644, then bot. ld. in that town, but liv. in ano. where he had Thomas, Abigail, and [[vol. 4, p. 256]] perhaps John; and at W. had Elizabeth b. 5 Jan. 1657; William 26 Feb. 1659; and rem. to Groton, a. 1663. When G. was destr. by the Ind. he rem. to Charlestown, there m. 15 Aug. 1676, Susanna, wid. of John Lawrence, and d. early in 1681. His wid. join. the ch. 6 Mar. of that yr. and d. says gr.stone 5 Jan. 1691. THOMAS, Groton, s. of the preced. m. 30 June 1666, Ann Longley, d. of the first William, had Thomas, b. 6 July 1667; Ann, 10 June 1670; William, 1 Oct. 1672; and Mary, 2 Apr. 1675; rem. to Charlestown, on destruct. of G. by the Ind. and there his w. join. the ch. 28 Oct. 1677, and he d. 1678, of smallpox.

TARBOX, JOHN, Lynn, may well seem an early sett. without giv. full faith to Farmer, wh. rel. on Lewis, that he was there 1630; had Jonathan, wh. d. 16 June 1654; Samuel b. a. 1647; and John, posthum. 20 July 1674; but the dates of b. are not found; was engag. in the iron works, as a propr. in small way, 1656, and d. 26 May 1674. His will of 25 Nov. preced. ment. two s. JOHN, Lynn, s. perhaps of the preced. may have had by first w. that John wh. d. 27 Sept. 1661; and he m. 4 July 1667, Mary, d. of Richard Haven of the same, wh. d. 17 Nov. 1690, had John, again, b. 3 Apr. 1668; Joseph, 4 Mar. 1669, d. at six mos.; Mary, 11 Aug. 1670, d. at 1 yr.; Sarah, 1 June 1672; Jonathan, 18 Feb. 1676; Samuel, 5 Feb. 1678, d. in few days; Ebenezer, 4 Jan. 1679; and Hannah, Mary, and Susanna, 14 Oct. 1681; of wh. Susanna d. in two wks. and how long the other two liv. is not told. Nor is it told with suffic. distinctness, that ano. John had Joseph, wh. d. Nov. 1674. SAMUEL, Lynn, br. of the preced. m. 14 Nov. 1665, Rebecca, d. of Joseph Amitage, had Samuel, b. 20 June 1666; Jonathan, 3 July 1668; Godfrey, 16 Aug. 1670; Rebecca, 8 or 18 Aug. 1672; Sarah, 15 Oct. 1674; and Mary, 21 Feb. 1677, wh. d. as did her mo. next mo. and by sec. w. had Experience, 10 Sept. 1679; Joanna, 12 Mar. 1681; and Thomas, 8 June 1684; possib. more. WILLIAM, Ipswich, of date not exact. kn.

TARE, RICHARD, Boston, m. Jane, wid. of John Parker, as in the deed of hers. and s. Thomas P. to Stephen Greenleaf of Newbury, Oct. 1656, convey. the Boston est. she calls hers. w. of T. but of him this is all that I have gain. THOMAS, Portsmouth 1655.

TARLTON, ELIAS, Portsmouth, s. of Richard, had Elias, b. 1720, wh. Farmer says, liv. to the age of 91. HENRY, Boston, a passeng. 1671, in the Arabella from London, of wh. no more is kn. but that by w. Mary he had Robert, b. 6 Oct. 1678, and that his w. d. 11 Oct. foll. aged 22; and he m. 25 Sept. foll. Deborah, d. of Daniel Cushing of Hingham, and d. 12 Sept. 1680, aged 31. His wid m. 31 Aug. 1686, Rev. Benjamin Woodbridge of Bristol. The name on Hingham rec. is pervert. to Tolton; and Mitchell's Bridgewater, 367, mades the Woodbridge min. 1679. RICHARD, Portsmouth, by w. Ruth had Elias, b. 13 Aug. 1693, beside [[vol. 4, p. 257]] William, Richard, and Ruth, of wh. one or more may have been b. earlier.

TARNE, TERNEY, or TARNEY, MILES, Boston 1638, leather-dresser, had w. Sarah, wh. join our ch. 14 Apr. 1639; but he was not rem. bef. 8 Oct. 1642, and freem. 10 May foll. Of ch. I kn. only Hannah, b. Oct. 1638, bapt, 21 Apr. foll. nam. in the will of Thomas Oliver, Mar. 1652, with beq. of L5; and Deliverance, bapt. 19 Sept. 1641, eight days old, when the town rec. says she was b. 30 of that mo. but that Sarah wh. m. 7 Sept. 1654, Edward Bobbet of Taunton, must have been older, perhaps brot. from Eng. He had 2d w. in Oct. 1668, Elizabeth wh. had been wid. Rice, as I infer from deed of mortg. to trust. of the first ch. by Michael (wh. is the same as Miles) T. and Elizabeth his w. and Joshua Rice, their s.

TARR, BENJAMIN, Gloucester, s. of Richard, m. 4 Feb. 1724, Rebecca Card, wid. of William the sec. had Benjamin, b. a. 1727, perhaps more. CALEB, Gloucester, br. of the preced. had w. Martha, and twelve ch. of wh. Caleb only is nam. by Babson; and d. a. 1752. FERDINANDO, Braintree 1655. GEORGE, Lynn, prob. brot. w. and ch. when he came, for in his will of 1 July 1662, pro. Nov. foll. he names s. John, Lazarus, and Benjamin, as men, beside Joseph, as under age, and ds. Mary, Martha, Elizabeth and Sarah; yet, as nothing had bef. been kn. of him, I presume that he had not many yrs. been an inhab. JAMES, Portsmouth, R. I. 1638, is not aft. heard of. JOHN, Dover 1648, tax. there that yr. as Geneal. Reg. VIII. 130 gives it. tho. in Geneal. Reg. IV. 31, the name is Tart. He was of Maine, gr. jury 1649. 

JOSEPH, Gloucester, s. of Richard the first, m. 28 July 1719, Sarah Sargent, had Abigail, Joseph, Benjamin, and Nathaniel, and rem. to Maine. RICHARD, Gloucester, had been, 1680, at Marblehead, there m. and had William and John, but was attract. a. 1690, by the commodi. situat. of that part of the cape, call. Sandy bay, now Rockport, and was one of its earliest sett. had Elizabeth b. 1691; Honour, 1693; Richard, 1695; Joseph, 1698; Benjamin, 1700; Caleb, 1703; Samuel, 1706; and Sarah, 1716, He was, of course, a fisherman, and is thought to have been k. by the Ind. off Penobscot 1724. RICHARD, Gloucester, s. of the preced. m. 20 Feb. 1722, Grace Hodgkins, as Babson says, had Hazelelponi, b. that yr.; and William, 1724. SAMUEL, Gloucester, youngest s. of Richard of the same, m. 12 Oct. 1726, Elizabeth William, had four s. but was drown. at Sheepscot riv. 1739. William, Gloucester, eldest br. of the preced. m. 1708, Elizabeth Felt, had sev. ch. of wh. Babson does not give names.

TART, EDWARD, Scituate, nam. as his serv. in the will of Nathaniel Tilden, and in 1643, serv. of Joseph Tilden, s. of N. THOMAS, Scituate 1640, had, as Deane thot. d. Elizabeth wh. m. 1638, Thomas, Williams of [[vol. 4, p. 258]] Boston; and B. had Jonathan, and Eunice, bapt. 11 Apr. 1641; but he rem. to Barbados.

TASKER, or TASKET, WILLIAM, Dover, 1675-89. SAMUEL, Dover, was prob. s. of the preced. and in June 1704 mort. wound. by the Ind.

TATENHAM, ELIAS, Boston, by w. Mary had Elias, b. 2 Dec. 1683,

TATMAN, or TOTMAN, JABEZ, Roxbury, s. of John, m. 18 Nov. 1668, Deborah Turner, perhaps d. of John, wh. d. 31 May or 1 June 1689, the town rec. giv. both days, had Elizabeth b. 9 Dec. 1675, d. at 3 yrs.; Sarah, 9 Nov. 1683, d. June foll.; John, 13 Oct. 1685; and he d. 16 Apr. 1705. JOHN, Roxbury, came in the Lion, emb. June, arr. 16 Sept. 1632, with w. was freem. 2 May 1638, had Jabez, b. 19 Nov. 1641, of whose bapt. we kn. not, bec. the rec. bef. 26 Dec. of that yr. is lost; and d. 28 Oct. 1670. He had indulg. in 1639, from the Gen. Ct. for liv. more than half a mile from the ch. His will of 30 Sept. 1670 takes notice of nobody but s. Jabez, to wh. he gives all his prop. The name is Totman, in the London rec.

TAUNTON, MATTHEW, Boston, by w. Susanna had Elizabeth b. 2 May 1688.

TAWLEY, THOMAS, Boston, by w. Mary had John, b. 7 Apr. 1678; Hannah, 16 Apr. 1680; and Jane, 2 Mar. 1682. At Salem, in 1682, the name of John T. occurs, and thither, I think, the Boston man rem.

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