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

Volume #4
Tichenor - Tisdale

By James Savage

Special thanks to Robert Kraft and his assistant, Benjamin Dunning for scanning this book and to Warren Wetmore for perfecting the text and providing technical help in presenting this work for researchers to enjoy.

TICHENOR, MARTIN, New Haven, took o. of fidel. 5 Aug. 1644, m. 16 May 1651, Mary Charles, perhaps d. of John, had John, b. 14 Apr. 1653; Abigail, 1 Feb. 1655; Daniel, 9 Oct. 1656; all bapt. 8 Feb. 1657; Hannah, bapt. 14 Mar. 1659; Samuel, 14 Oct. 1660; and a d. in 1663, all in his wife's right, beside a first b. Nathaniel, 25 Feb. 1652, wh. d in 2 days, and a s. b. 1665.

TICKNALL, HENRY, is the name of a paseng. emb. at London in the Hopewell, in the autumn of 1635, aged only 15; but whether is ever reached Boston, or where he sat down, is untold.

TICKNOR, or anciently, TICKNER, WILLIAM, Scituate 1646, or earlier, m. at Boston, 29 Oct. 1656, Hannah, d. of John Stockbridge, had John, b. 1659, d. young; and William, 1664; perhaps others. His w. d. 1665; and he m. 1666, Deborah, d. of Thomas Hyland. He was from Co. Kent; but when he came, or when he d. is uncert. WILLIAM, Scituate, s. of the preced. m. Lydia, d. of deac. Joseph Tilden, had John, b. 1699; William, 1700; Lydia, 1702; and perhaps more. He rem. to Lebanon in 1710. John was gr.f. of the late Elisha Ticknor, Esq. of Boston, Dart. Col. 1783, whose only s. George, is the widely kn. histor. of Spanish Literat.

TIDD, JOHN, Woburn, prob. s. of that John, spelled Tead, b. in Eng. m. 14 Apr. 1650, Rebecca Wood, had Hannah, b. 21 Sept. 1652, John, 26 Feb. 1655; Mary, 13 Nov. 1656; Samuel, 16 Jan. 1650; Joseph, 18 Jan. 1661, d. in 2 wks.; Joseph, again, perhaps, but not cert. JOHN, Woburn, s. prob. of the preced. by w.Elizabeth had Elizabeth b. 19 Sept. 1679; John, 2 Nov. 1681; Joseph, 8 Mar. 1684; Rebecca, 4 Aug. 1687; Mary, 8 Aug. 1690; and Ebenezer, 31 Aug. 1693. SAMUEL, Worburn, wh. d. 1651, may have been s. of the first John, writ. Tead, and b. in Eng. may have liv. at Salem, by w. Sarah had Elizabeth b. May 1642, and he soon d. for his wid. had m. John Southwick long eno. to bear him a d. June 1644. See Tead.

TIDMARSH, RICHARD, Salem, m. 20 June 1659, Mary Felmingham, d. perhaps of Francis, had Richard, b. 12 July 1660.

TIFF, TIFT, or TEFFE, WILLIAM, Boston 1638, the freem. of 2 June 1641, with his w. Ann, had join. the ch. 2 Aug. 1640, when the spelling is Teffe, and he is call. tailor. His will of 1 May 1646, pro. 2 Nov. 1648, ment. w. Ann, d. Lydia, and br. John. The name is rare, and no doubt various. spell. at differ. times and places. Stephen Tift was one of the prisoners taken in Montgomery's attack on Quebec, 31 Dec. 1775. J. K. Teff, Esq. an estim. mem. of the Georgia Hist. Soc. at Savannah, was prob. an emigrant from R. I.

TIFFANY, HUMPHREY, Rehoboth 1663, by w. Elizabeth had Sarah, b. 6 July 1683; was, I think, inhab. of Dover for some time, but k. 15 July 1685, on the journey betw. Swanzey and Boston, by a stroke of lightn. [[vol. 4, p. 301]]

TIFFT, ELIAS, a soldier of our ranks in Philip's war. JOHN, portsmouth, R. I. 1655, on the freemen's list that yr. In 1674 he was of Kingstown, made his will, then, in wh. he names s. Samuel, Joshua, and d. Tabitha, w. of Samuel Wilson. He was prob. br. of William Teffe or Tift of Boston. JOSHUA, Providence, at Wickford, 1674, a renegado, wh. hav. m. a Wampanoag, was true to the Ind. side, k. or wound. many Eng. it was said, especial. at the gr. swamp fight, 19 Dec. 1675, taken 14 Jan. foll. by some Providence men, was soon execut. with a stigma "that he had never heard a sermon but once for 14 yrs." See all the contempo. reports of the war. He was s. of John, and so I presume was SAMUEL, of Wickford 1674.

TILDEN, JOHN, Scituate 1643, is sometimes perhaps giv. Tilten. JOSEPH, Scituate, eldest s. of Nathaniel, b. in Eng. came in the Hercules 1635, from Sandwich, with his f. wh. was of Tenterden in Co. Kent, m. 20 Nov. 1649, Alice or Elizabeth d. of John Twisden, had Nathaniel, b. Sept. 1650; John, Dec. 1652; Rebecca, Feb. 1655; Joseph, 12 Feb. 1657; prob. d. young, as he is not ment. in the will of his f.; Stephen, 14 May 1659; Samuel, 1660; Elizabeth 1665; Lydia, 1666; and Benjamin 1668, wh. d. unm. at 25 yrs. He was deac. and d. in May 1670, leav. good est. by will of 12 of that mo. to wid. Elizabeth and the eight ch. by name, and br. Stephen, and sis. Elizabeth Garrett. But of this last some doubt is felt, whether is mean more than Christian relationship, or perhaps the sec. w. of Richard G. wh. for his first, had Lydia, sis. of this testat. 

NATHANIEL, Scituate, came in the Hercules 1635 from Sandwich, in Co. Kent, being one of an old fam. at Tenterden, near Cranbrook, in that shire, bring. w. Lydia, seven ch. and seven serv. He may have visit. our country bef. and went home to bring his household; but it does not appear by any facts. In May 1637, with his friend Hatherly, he was appoint. by Plymouth Col. to sett. the bounds betw. it and Mass. He was rul. elder in the ch. and d. 1641, the inv. being of 31 July, and his will of 25 May preced. in that yr. It names his w. Lydia, perhaps d. of Thomas Bourne of Marshfield, yet m. in Eng. to wh. he gives his ho. at Tenterden, all the seven ch. Joseph; Thomas, b. a. 1621; Mary, the w. of Thomas Lapham, m. 13 Mar. 1637; Sarah, the w. of George Sutton; Judith; Lydia; and Stephen; also two serv. wh. should serve his eldest s. Judith m. Abraham Preble, and Lydia m. Richard Garrett. NATHANIEL, Scituate, eldest s. of Joseph, d. 17 Dec. 1731. 

STEPHEN, Marshfield, youngest s. of Nathaniel first, m. 15 Jan. 1662, Hannah, d. of Thomas Little, had Hannah, b. 14 Oct. 1662; Stephen, 1664; Abigail, 1666; Mary, 1668; Judith, 1670; Joseph, 1672; Mercy, 1 May 1674; Ruth, 1676; Isaac, 1678; Ephraim, 1680; Ebenezer, 1681; and David, 1685. Thro. this br. descent. the late Hon. Joseph, [[vol. 4, p. 302]] of Boston. THOMAS, Plymouth, one of the first comers, arr. 1623, by the Ann, bring. prob. w. and ch. at least he had lds. for three rights assign. that yr. but as none of this name had sh. in div. of cattle 1627, and no d. is suppos. to have occur. in the Col. for some yrs. after 1621, my infer. is that he went home. Perhaps he was br. of the first Nathaniel; but most surely not, as Farmer thot. him, his s. THOMAS, Marshfield, prob. s. of the elder Nathaniel, b. at Tenterden, Co. Kent, was old eno. in 1643 to bear arms, when he liv. at Scituate; at M. his w. Elizabeth whose f. is not ascert. d. or was bur. 12 Dec. 1663; and his d. Susanna was bur. 9 Sept. 1684; and s. John d. 20 Apr. 1685; but one or both may have been ch. of that Mary Holmes, maid or wid. is unkn. m. 24 Jan. 1665.

TILESTONE, or TILSTON, THOMAS, Dorchester, had gr. of ld. 1634, freem. 9 Mar. 1637, had w. Elizabeth s. Thomas, b. a. 1633; Timothy, a. 1637; Elizabeth 1639; Ruth; Naomi, d. young; prob. Cornelius, wh. d. 20 July 1659; Bathsheba, b. 1649; Onesiphorus, 1651; and perhaps others; was fined in Sept. 1640 for abs. from a jury; but we can tell no more of him exc. his d. 24 June 1694, aged 83, says Blake. Ruth m. 11 Dec. 1657, Richard Denton; and next Timothy Foster; and Bathsheba m. John Payson. THOMAS, Dorchester, s. of the preced. perhaps (I dare not say prob.) b. in Eng. but the rec. allows us to kn. only that he d. 11 Sept. 1718, aged a. 85 yrs. Whether he had w. and ch. is uncert. Perhaps he was the author wh. compos. verses on the d. of John Foster, 1681, as Thomas in his Hist. of Print. I. 277, tells. *TIMOTHY, Dorchester, s. of the first Thomas, freem. 1666, m. 28 Apr. or 3 May 1659, Sarah, d. of James Bridgeman of Hartford, had Timothy, b. a. 1664; Elizabeth 29 Mar. bapt. 1 Apr. 1666; Cornelius, 4 Sept. bapt. 4 oct. 1668; Sarah, b. 7 Sept. 1671; Thomas, 19 Oct. 1675; James, 2 July 1678; Ann, 7 Dec. 1681. He was rep. 1689, 92, a cooper by trade, and d. 10 Aug. 1697, leav. large est. of wh. the mills have contin. in the fam. until this time; and the wid. d. 26 June 1712, aged 69.

TILL, or TYLLS, JAMES, Scituate 1643. PETER, Boston, fisherman, in whose youthful days the Ct. 1639 order, that he shall be taught seamanship by his master, John Cloise or Cloyes; m. 26 Feb. 1652, Elizabeth Nick; and was liv. 1671, a carpenter.

TILLEY, EDWARD, Plymouth 1620, came with w. in the Mayflower, and two ch. "their cousins," Henry Sampson, and Humility Cooper. He and his w. d. the first winter. Humility went home and d. HUGH, Salem, perhaps in 1629, as in Haz. I. 280, when he was serv. to Sir Richard Saltonstall, certain. at Yarmouth 1638 and 43, being a witness there to a will early in 1639, and enrol. to bear arms in the latter yr. Clearly this man's name is by some read Hillier, and he d. 28 Jan. 1648; and his wid. m. 3 Nov. foll. Thomas Hucking. 

JOHN, Plymouth, [[vol. 4, p. 303]] perhaps br. of Edward, came with w. and one ch. Elizabeth in the Mayflower, 1620, and all (it was believ. by Shurtleff in Geneal. Reg. I. 52) d. next winter. But his d. Elizabeth wh. m. John Howland outliv. all her fellow passeng. exc. three wh. were younger. JOHN, Dorchester 1630, is prob. the same, wh. was in 1624, engag. at Cape Ann, with Thomas Gardner, in the oversight of that planta. freem. 4 Mar. 1635, and perhaps the master of the coast. vessel k. by the Ind. at Conn. riv. next yr. in Oct. with circumst. of horrid cruelty, as in Winthrop I. 200 is told. His wid. cont. at D. 

NATHANIEL, emb. in the Abigail 1635, from London, aged 32, but I kn. no more of him. THOMAS, Plymouth 1643. WILLIAM, Boston, is perhaps the passeng. in the Abigail from London 1635, aged 28, with Nathaniel, and may have been his br. perhaps was the Barnstable man 1643. In 1649, he had w. Alice, and was inhab. 1658; but in 1665 was subject of complaint by w. Of Elizabeth T. wh. in 1653 at Springfield, m. Thomas Merrick, tho. from that union, the Tilley has grown into a common baptism. prefix, it is, I fear, impossib. to find any trace of parentage.

TILLINGHAST, BENJAMIN, Providence, s. prob. youngest of the first Pardon, had three ds. of whose dates I hear nothing, nor names; but it is said that they m. Solomon Drown, Edward Kinnicutt, and Christopher Arnold, respective. JOHN, Providence, of whose descent I am ign. had perhaps other ch. beside Mary, b. a. 1689, wh. m. 2 Nov. 1709, Richard Ward. JOSEPH, Providence, br. of Benjamin, by first w. had Paris; and by sec. w. Lydia, had Elizabeth; Samuel; Nicholas, b. 26 May 1726; and Daniel; to ea. of wh. I would gladly give dates. PARDON, Providence, b. a. 1622, it is said, near Beach Head on the coast of Sussex, was sett. as Bapt. min. 1645. See Benedict, Hist. I. 478. He built at his own exp. the first meeting-ho. and gave it to the soc. in 1711, with the lot it stood on; and d. 29 Jan. 1718. By his sec. w. Lydia, prob. d. of Philip Tabor of Tiverton, he had Pardon; Philip; Joseph, b. 1677; Benjamin; Mary; Abigail; Mercy, b. a. 1679; Hannah; and Elizabeth He d. 29 Jan. 1718; but he had three ch. by a former w. whose names are unkn. Mary m. one of the numerous Carpenters at Pautuxet, prob. a. s. of William; Abigail m. Nicholas Sheldon; Mercy m. the third Nicholas Power, as his sec. w. had nine ch. and d. 13 Nov. 1769, aged 91; Hannah m. a Hale of Swanzey; and Elizabeth m. a Tabor of New London. He is, I believe, founder of a long line, eight of wh. had, says Farmer, been gr. at Brown Univ. in 1834. 

PARDON, Providence, s. of the preced. rem. to East Greenwich, and had John, Joseph, and Philip, beside one d. Mercy, w. of Peter Mawney, as from his will is learn. This docum. names a great many gr.ch. PHILIP, Providence, br. of the preced. was prob. the soldier in Gallop╒s comp. 1690, m. 3 May 1692, Martha Holmes, prob. a gr.d. of persecut. Obadiah, [[vol. 4, p. 304]] had Charles, b. 5 Mar. 1693; Philip, 9 Aug. 1694; John, 4 Apr. 1696; Jonathan, 18 Sept. 1698; Martha, 20 Dec. 1699; Pardon, 15 Dec. 1701; Obadiah, 2 Dec. 1703, d. young; Joseph, 18 Mar. 1706, d. at 18 yrs.; Lydia, 16 Oct. 1708; Sarah, 5 Mar. 1710; perhaps Samuel, 1711; Ann, 13 Apr. 1713; William, 22 Jan. 1715; Elisha, 29 Aug. 1716; and Mary, 16 Feb. 1718.

TILLOTSON, JOHN, Rowley, rem. to Newbury, m. 14 July 1648, Dorcas, sis. of Thomas Coleman, wh. perhaps brot. her in the James from Southampton 1635, arr. at Boston 3 June, had Mary, b. 13 Feb. 1650; John, 21 Feb. 1651; and James, 19 Dec. 1652. His w. d. 1 Jan. 1655, and he m. 24 May foll. Jane Evans, had Philadelphia, 28 Sept. 1656; Joseph, 11 Jan. 1658; and Jonathan, 6 July 1659. As Coffin tells no more of him, I judge that he rem. prob. to Conn. JOHN, Saybrook 1671, prob. s. of the preced. liv. on the E. or Lyme side of the gr. riv. and was involv. with many of his townsmen in the quarrel with New London people a. mowing the meadow intermed. wh. led to mut. indictms. as in Trumbull's Col. Rec. II. 558 appears. He m. 25 Nov. 1680, Mary Morris, d. of John of Hartford, had Mary, b. 30 Nov. 1681; John, 25 Oct. 1683; Joshua, 26 Mar. 1687; Joseph, 29 Mar. 1689; Martha, 1 Nov. 1691; and Thomas, 24 Mar. 1694; and d. 5 June 1719. JONATHAN, Lyme, perhaps br. of the preced. m. 10 Jan. 1683, Mary Jones, had Jonathan, b. 26 Oct. 1684.

TILLMAN, JOHN, in Maine, among those on W. side of Kennebec riv. sh. sw. alleg. to Charles II. Sept. 1665.

TILSON, EDWARD, Scituate, d. 1660; may be the same call. EDMUND, at Plymouth 1643; and 25 Oct. 1660, Elizabeth wh. may have been his d. m. Benajah Dunham, of Eastham; and on the same day Mary T. m. Benjamin Dunham; but wh. was the Mary, that m. 23 Dec. 1652, James Cole jr. is quite beyond my conject. as is the Jane, wh. m. 20 May 1662, Giles Richard the elder. EPHRAIM, Plymouth, perhaps br. of the preced. m. 7 July 1666, Elizabeth Hoskins, d. perhaps of William. JOHN, Rowley 1643.

TILTON, ABRAHAM, Ipswich, the freem. of 1681, was perhaps s. of William of Lynn, apprent. in 1653, to John Hood, wh. then being in Eng. discharg. him, and he m. the same yr. or earlier, a d. (prob. Deliverance) of Roger Shaw of Hampton; in 1669 was of Kittery, and at I. with w. made deeds of gift 1702, to s. Samuel and Isaac. His wid. Deliverance, in her will of 9 Nov. 1730, pro. 2 July 1733, names s. Abraham, Samuel, and Isaac, ds. Sarah Martin, Mary, w. of Tristram Brown, Rebecca, w. of Thomas Durges, whose former h. was John Lamb, and Abigail Bell, dec. late w. of Robert Bell. formerly of John Filmore. 

DANIEL, of Hampton or Exeter in 1689, was perhaps br. of [[vol. 4, p. 305]] the preced. I conject. and m. 23 Dec. 1669, Mehitable Weare. Of one Daniel, perhaps a s. more prob. gr.s. of William of Ipswich, with his br. lieut. Jacob, striking proof of triumph. over Ind. captors in June 1722, is told in Penhallow's Hist. with admirab. brevity; but much dilated in verse, untutored as its subject, the heroic narrat. is contain. in Geneal. Reg. II. 271. ISAAC, Pemaquid, a serg. at the fort, drown. there, 28 Mar. 1695, was br. of Abraham, as by his nuncup. will declar. JOHN, Lynn, had John, b. 1642. 

*PETER, Windsor, perhaps s. of William of Lynn, may never have been of Dorchester, yet early at W. and possib. came with Rev. Ephraim, Huit, there m. 10 May 1641, Elizabeth whose surname is lost, had Elizabeth bapt. 19 June 1642, wh. d. at 13 yrs.; Mary, 18 Feb. 1644; and Peter, 5 Dec. 1647, rem. a. 1659 up the riv. and was one of the first sett. at Hadley, took the freeman's o. 26 Mar. 1661, and o. of alleg. 8 Feb. 1679; was deac. rep. for H. 1665, and most yrs. foll. exc. 1667, when he was ret. mem. for Chelmsford, chos. Assist. in 1680, and so contin. exc. dur. the usurp. of Andros, and on the last elect, under the old chart. ten days bef. coming of the new, among the whole eighteen only Phips, Sewall, Russell, and Cooke had more votes than him. See 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. X. 120. He d. 11 July 1696. His sec. w. Mary, d. 16 Apr. 1689; and he m. 3 Nov. 1690, Sarah, wid. of deac. Benjamin Parsons, wh. had been wid. of John Leonard, both of Springfield; and she outliv. him and d. at S. 23 Nov. 1711. 

Of the two surv. ch. Peter was infirm in body and mind, kept under guardians, and did not perpet. the name. Mary m. Joseph Eastman of Suffield, and next James Guernsey, 17 Feb. 1693. Aft. the d. of Peter jr. in 1707, all the Tilton est. vested in Joseph Eastman gr.s. of the first peter. WILLIAM, Lynn, had eldest s. Samuel, others Peter, Daniel, and Abraham; perhaps William; d. a. 1653. His wid. Susanna, m. Roger Shaw of Hampton.

TIMBERLAKE, *HENRY, Newport 1644, then chos, corporal, rep. 1663; had fam. of wh. I kn. only Elizabeth that m. 24 Dec. 1670, the third John Coggeshall. Perhaps it was his s. wh. was a solider with the rank of ensign, under capt. William Turner at the Falls fight in Philip's war, by the scrupulous keeper of the muster roll call. Timberleggs.

TIMMINS, JOHN, Scarborough, unit. with many others in declar. 4 July 1663, unwilling to resist claim of jurisdict. by Mass. or by Patentees, but wish the k. to settle whom they belong to.

TINGLEY, or TINGLE, PALMER, Ipswich 1639, is by Farmer nam. as a soldier in the Pequot war. SAMUEL, Malden, d. 28 Dec. 1666, leav. wid. Elizabeth by wh. he had Samuel, b. Feb. 1666; and Thomas, July 1667. His w. was d. of Thomas Call, and she next m. Daniel Shepardson the sec.

TINKER, AMOS, Lyme 1688, s. of John of New London, had there m. [[vol. 4, p. 306]] 1 June 1682; but I kn. no issue. *John, Windsor, 1643, rem. in few yrs. to Boston, by w. Alice had Sarah, b. 2 Jan. 1652, d. soon; Mary, 2 July 1653; freem. 1654; was one of the princ. sett. at Lancaster, there selectman 1655, and town clk. had John, 4 Aug. 1655; Amos, 28 Oct. 1657; rem. again to New London, where he was in good esteem, rep. 1660 and 1, had Samuel, 1 Apr. 1659; and Rhoda, 23 Feb. 1662; and he d. in Oct. foll. and the Gen. Ct. in Mar. 1664, order, the charges of his sickness and fun. to be disburs. from the public treas. his wid. m. 1664, William Measure, and d. 20 Nov. 1714, aged 85. 

THOMAS, Plymouth 1620, came in the Mayflower, with w. and a s. wh. all d. in the first winter. One Sarah T. join. the ch. at Scituate, 14 May 1637, but no more is heard of her.

TINKHAM, EBENEZER, Middleborough, s. of the first Ephraim, m. bef. 1679, Elizabeth Liscom, was one of the first memb. of the ch. and deac. had Jermiah, and prob. others, and d. 8 Apr. 1718, and his w. it is said, d. the same day, aged 64. EPHRAIM, Plymouth 1643, apprent. of Timothy Hatherly, wh. had, July 1634, transfer. him to John Winslow, had gr. of ld. Aug. 1642, and ano. in Oct. foll. by w. of unkn. name, a d. of Peter Brown, had Ephraim, b. 5 Aug. 1649; Ebenezer, 30 Sept. 1651; Peter, 25 Dec. 1653; Hezekiah, 8 Feb. 1656; John, 7 June 1658; Mary, 5 Aug. 1661; John, again, 15 Nov. 1663; and Isaac, 11 Apr. 1666. EPHRAIM, Middleborough, s. of the preced. by w. Esther had Ephraim, and Isaac, perhaps more. He was constable 1681, and propound. for freem. 1682.

TINNEY, JOHN, Scarborough, in 1658, own alleg. to Mass. as in Col. Rec. IV. part I. It may be Tenney.

TIPPETT, HENRY, Wickford, in the disput. territ. of Rhode Island, claim, by Conn. made a constable 1670, by the latter power, tho. the right belong. to R. I. See Trumbull, Col. Rec. II. 138, 540, and 553. Humbly I would inq. if Mr. Trumbull, in the Index, making the name Tibbots or Tibbets, had high authority for the spelling, or had followed the similarity of Henry Tibbets in N. H. adher. to the Mass. jurisdict. I submit the conject. that the true spell. was Lippet; yet with so much less confidence, as the Wickford man's name is found by Judd to be Tipler.

TIPPING, or TIPPEN, *BARTHOLOMEW, Exeter 1675, had commiss. from Mass. in Oct. 1676, to com. the forces in reestab. the sett. at Scarborough, in 1677 k. the famous Ind. ch. Mugg; in 1680 was rep. See Mass. Col. Rec. V. 130.

TIRRELL, TURREL, TYRRELL, TERRALL, or THURRILL, GIDEON, Weymouth, s. of William of the same, by w. Hannah had Gideon, b. 18 June 1689, prob. d. soon; Mary, 4 Oct. 1690; Gideon, again, 10 Apr. 1693; Miriam, 29 Sept. 1696; and perhaps more. JOHN, Milford, perhaps s. of Roger, was propound. for freem. 1669, and then a seaman, prob. liv. at New London, perhaps br. of William of the same, m. Sarah, d. of Isaac Willey, perhaps for sec. w. He had William and Mary, [[vol. 4, p. 307]] bapt. 7 May 1671; and d. 27 Feb. 1712; and his wid. d. 7 Mar. foll. ROGER, Milford 1639, one of the orig. sett. had, no doubt, a fam. is in list of freem. 1669, and Lambert says, d. 1682. 

ROGER, Stratford, perhaps s. of the preced. had Abigail, bapt. Jan. 1682; Sarah, Mar. 1684; Stephen, Aug. 1686; Roger, July 1691; Ezra, Apr. 1693; Timothy and Martha, tw. 19 Nov. 1697; as we learn from Cothren, wh. also inf. that he d. 17 Apr. 1722; and his wid. d. 13 Apr. 1728, WILLIAM, Boston, m. 29 Jan. 1655, Rebecca, d. of capt. Nicholas Simpkins, had Rebecca, b. 16 Dec. foll.; William, 16 Mar. 1657; Mary, 6 Apr. 1661; and Gideon, 16 July 1664; rem. to Weymouth, and may there have had more ch. but failure for a long series of yrs. of town rec. denies us certainty. WILLIAM, a tailor of New London, 1662, as Caulkins says only trans. inhab. WILLIAM, Weymouth, s. of William of the same, by w. Abigail, had William, b. 4 Aug. 1683; Samuel, 17 Nov. 1686; Abigail, 22 Aug. 1689; and Gideon, 14 June 1694.

TISDALE, JAMES, Taunton, perhaps s. of the first John, m. 5 Nov. 1666, Mary, d. of William Avery of Dedhanm, liv. in Middleborough, the part now Lakeville, when his w. d. 9 Sept. 1713, aged 66; and he d. 15 Jan. 1715, aged 71. * JOHN, Duxbury 1637, but in what yr. he came, or from what part of Eng. is uncert. tho. we kn. his end, k. by the Ind. 27 June 1675. Prob. he had John and James, both of wh. may have been b. here. JOHN, call. jr. Taunton, m. 23 Nov. 1664, Hannah Rogers, of Duxbury, had Abigail, b. 15 July 1667; John, 10 Aug. 1669; Ann, 27 Jan. 1673; and Remember, 8 July 1675; was rep. 1674, says Baylies II. 71, k. by the Ind. 27 June next yr. as Winsor tells, but this was the f. and the mo. Sarah d. Dec. 1676.

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