Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England,
By James Savage
TROWBRIDGE,CALEB, New Haven, s. of the sec. Thomas, had w. Mary, but no ch. d. 1704. CALEB, Groton, youngest s. of James the first, ord. Mar. 1715, soon aft. m. Sarah, d. of Hon. Thomas Oliver, had Oliver, b. 16 May 1716, wh. d. young. His w. d. 16 Jan. foll. and he m. 18 Sept. 1718, Hannah, d. of Rev. Nehemiah Walter of Roxbury, had Caleb, b. 6 Aug. 1719; Nehemiah, 14 Oct. 1722; Sarah, 3 Dec. 1724; Hannah, 16 Mar. 1729; Maria, 23 Dec. 1731; Thomas, 12 Nov. 1734; and Abigail, 30 Nov. 1740, and he d. 19 Sept. 1760. JAMES, Dorchester, s. prob. youngest, of Thomas, perhaps brot. by his f. from Eng. where he may have been b. 1636, but bapt. 1638 at D. and soon carr. to New Haven, there left with brs. Thomas and William, when his f. went home to Taunton, Co. Somerset. From New Haven he rem. to D. and m. 30 Dec. 1659, Margaret, d. of Humphery Atherton, had Elizabeth b. 12 Oct. 1660; Mindwell, 20 June 1662; John, 22 May 1664; rem. to Cambridge, and had Margaret, 30 Apr. 1666; Thankful, 6 Mar. 1668; Mary, 11 June 1670; and Hannah, 15 June 1672. His w. d. two days aft. and he m. 30 Jan. 1662; Margaret, d. of deac. John Jackson, had Experience, 1 Nov. 1675; Thomas, 9 Dec. 1677; Deliverance 31 Dec. 1679; James, 20 Sept. 1682; William, 19 Nov. 1684, Abigail, 11 Apr. 1687; and Caleb, 7 Nov. 1692, H. C. 1710; was freem. 1665; selectman, clk. of the writs, lieut. deac. and rep. 1700 and 3. He liv. in that part of C. wh. bec. Newton, d. 22 May 1717, and his wid. d. 16 Sept. 1727. Elizabeth m. 1682, John Mirick; Mindwell m. 1684, Jonathan Fuller; Margaret m. 18 Mar. 1686, Ebenezer Stone; Thankful m. 15 Dec. 1690, Richard Ward; Mary m. a Stedman; Hannah m. John Greenwood; Deliverance m. Eleazer Ward; and Experience m. Samuel Wilson. JAMES, New Haven, third s. of William the first, a propr. 1685, m. 8 Nov. 1688, Lydia, d. of the first Joseph Alsop, had James b. 13 Sept. 1689; and he m. a sec. w. 29 Sept. 1692, Esther How, youngest d. of Ephraim.
JAMES, Newton, s. of James of the same, m. 6 Jan. [[vol. 4, p. 333]] 1709, Hannah Bacon, had Margaret, b. 29 Oct. foll.; Daniel, 6 Apr. 1711; and by sec. w. Hannah, d. of Abrabam Jackson, had Hannah, 1713; and Jemima; and he d. 21 July 1714. JOHN, New Haven, eldest. s. of the sec. Thomas, m. 9 Nov. 1683, Ann Leete, d. of Gov. William, had John b. 2 Mar. 1684; and Ann, 20 July 1688; was a propr. 1685; and d. June 1689. His wid. m. 1696, Ebenezer Collins. JOHN, Newton, eldest s. of James the first, m. for his sec. w. the first being not kn. 27 Feb. 1708, Sarah, d. of Joseph Wilson, had Jonathan, b. 23 July 1711, was selectman, and d. 1737.
SAMUEL, New Haven, fourth s. of William the first, by w. Sarah had Samuel, Hannah, Elizabeth and Sarah. THOMAS, New Haven 1640, had, says tradit. first sat down at Dorchester, coming from Taunton, in Co. Somerset, a. 1637, but was prosecut. voyages to and from Barbadoes. I think he was of Combe St. Nicholas, only a. 10 or 12 ms. S. E. from Taunton, near the bordiers of Devon. More reasona. import. is ano. pt. of the tradit. that he brot. three s. Thomas, assumed to have been b. 1632; William, a. 1634; and James, bef. ment. whether he was ever resid. in Dorchester is uncert. but a. 1644, he went home, leav. his boys to the care of serg. Thomas Jeffreys, and his prop. to be manag. by Henry Gibbons, from wh. aft. 20 yrs. it was not easy to obt. acco. He never came back, and d. at or near, Taunton 7 Feb. 1672. THOMAS, New Haven, eldest s. of the preced. b. in Eng. was propound. for freem. 1668, and is found in the list next yr. made commissary for the expedit. 1673 against the Dutch, and much esteem. in 1675 and 6; m. 24 June 1657, Sarah, wid. of Henry Rutherford; had Sarah, b. 7 Nov. 1658, d. at 17 yrs.; John, 23 Nov. 1661; Thomas, 14 Feb. 1664; Lydia, 7 June, 1666; Caleb, 28 Oct. 1670; Daniel, 5 Jan. 1673; Elizabeth 30 June 1676; and Sarah, 24 Sept. 1680, d. at 10 yrs. His w. d. 22 Aug. 1687, and he m. 2 Apr. 1689, Hannah, wid. of Eliphalet Ball, d. of John Nash, had Hannah, 30 Mar. 1690; and he d. 22 Aug. 1702. His wid. d. 3 Feb. 1708. Lydia m. 22 Dec. 1681, Richard Roswell; Elizabeth m. 1 Apr. 1691, John Hodgson; and Hannah m. 30 Jan. 1710, Joseph Whiting.
THOMAS, New Haven, s. of the first William, m. 26 May 1684, Abigail Beardsley, had Abigail, b. 8 Apr. 1695; Lydia, 16 Dec. 1697; William, 14 Apr. 1700; Ebenezer, 25 July 1702; and Elizabeth 23 Apr. 1705. THOMAS, New Haven, s. of Thomas the sec. m. 16 Oct. 1685, Mary, d. of John Winston, had Sarah, b. 26 Nov. 1686; Stephen, 7 Sept. 1688; Mary, 9 Apr. 1691; Elizabeth 29 Mar. 1693; Thomas 20 Dec. 1695; Joseph, 1 Apr. 1699; and Daniel, 25 Oct. 1703; and d. 15 Sept. 1711. His wid. d. 15 Sept. 1742. THOMAS, Newton, s. of James the first, had John by a first w. as only ch. and he next m. 3 Mar. 1709, Mary Goffe of Cambridge, perhaps d. of Samuel, had Edmund, b. 1709, H. C. 1728, the learned Judge; Lydia, 1710; [[vol. 4, p. 334]] and Mary, 1712; and he took third w. Susanna, 7 Jan. 1715, rem. to New London, there d. 1724. Lydia m. 31 Jan. 1737, Richard Dana, f. of the late Francis, H. C. 1762, Ch. J. of Mass. so that his s. and gr.s. were in two generat. one in the last preced. the war of Independ. and the other at the beginning of the nineteenth century, our luminaries of the common law.
WILLIAM, New Haven, s. of Thomas the first, b. in Eng. m. 9 Mar. 1657, Elizabeth Selivant, wid. of Daniel, d. of Capt; George Lamberton, had William, b. 12 Nov. foll.; Thomas, 2 Oct. 1659; Elizabeth 5 Jan. 1662; James, 26 Mar. 1664; Margaret, 1 June 1666; Hannah, 6 July 1663; Abigail, and Samuel, tw. 7 Oct. 1670; Mary, 12 Oct. 1672; and Joseph, 1676; was propound. for freem. 1669, and d. Nov. 1690. The ten ch. were liv. in 1691. Elizabeth m. 28 May 1678, Peter Mallory; Margaret m. a Goodwin; and Hannah m. a Jackson. WILLIAM, New Haven, eldest s. of the preced. m. Thankful, d. of Rev. Samuel Stow of Middletown, had Thankful, b. 25 Sept. 1687; Experience, 25 May 1690; and Abigail, 4 Nov. 1693, d. soon.
WILLIAM, Newton, s. of James the first, m. 14 Dec. 1708, Sarah, of John Ward, had Mary, b. 18 Sept. 1709; William, 2 Feb. 1711, d. soon; Huldah, 13 Feb. 1712, d. soon; William, again, 13 Oct. 1713, d. soon; Huldah, 23 Mar. 1615, d. soon; James, 21 Apr. 1717; tw. ds. 1720 d. bef. b. prob. with their mo. By sec. w. m. 30 May 1721, Sarah, d. of Francis Fullam, he had Sarah, 9 Mar. 1722; Margaret, 16 Apr. 1724; Bethia, 29 Aug. 1726; Thaddeus, 28 Nov. 1628; Abigail, 12 Oct. 1732, d. young; was selectman, lieut. and d. 19 Nov. 1744. Farmer, MS. notes that in 1834, two of this name had been gr. at Harv. two at Yale; but very curious is the fact that rec. of town and ch. at Haddam where one branch of the surname spread, both give it Strawbridge.
TRUANT, or TROUANT, JOSEPH, perhaps s. of Maurice, Marshfield, m. 6 Jan. 1675, was drown. on enter. Plymouth harbor, a. 23 Feb. 1684. MAURICE, Duxbury 1643, had possib. first been at Watertown, and in 1631, was fin. for stealing pig's meat of Ralph Glover; perhaps only a youthful peccadillo; in few yrs. rem. to Marshfield. there had fam. of wh. I think, were Joseph; perhaps Hannah, wh. m. 11 Jan. 1682, Jonathan Eames; and also Mehitable, wh. m. 3 Sept. 1691, John Daggett; and he d. 21 Apr. 1685.
TRUE, HENRY, Salem 1644, had John, bapt. 13 July 1645; Mary, 14 Mar. 1647; Lydia, 4 Feb. 1649; Joseph, 8 Feb. 1652; Benjamin, 19 Feb. 1654; Jemima, 26. Apr. 1657. His w. was Israel, d. of John Pike, unless the books have mistak. her name; and he rem. prob. to Salisbury; was freem. of 1676, spell. Trew, and read Trow. HENRY, Salisbury, s. of the preced. m. 15, or 16 by ano. rec. Mar. 1668, Jane, d. of Thomas Bradbury, had Mary, b. 30 May 1668, if the Gen. Reg. VIII. [[vol. 4, p. 335]] 233, be correct. wh. is not prob.; William, June 1670; Henry, 6 Jan. 1674; Jane, 5 Dec. 1676; John, 23 Feb. 1679; Jemima, 16 Mar. 1681; and Jabez, 19 Feb. 1683. He was rep. 1689. JOSEPH, Salisbury, br. of the preced. m. 20 Apr. 1675, Ruth Whittier, perhaps d. of Thomas, had Joseph, b. 9 Jan. 1676, prob. d. young; John, 18 Aug. 1677 d. in 4 mos.; Joseph, again, 4 Mar. 1679; Ruth, 5 Oct. 1683; Israel, whether male or fem. I kn. not, 14 Dec. 1687; and Benjamin, 5 Mar. 1691. He took o. of alleg. 15 Dec. 1677, and was freem. 1690.
TRUESDALE, TRUSDELL, TREWSDALE TREUSDALE or TRUESDALL, RICHARD, Boston, call. on join. the ch. 27 July 1634, serv. to our teacher John Cotton, freem. 4 Mar. foll. serv. in 1639 on the coroner's inq. on dead body of Peter Fitchew, wilful. drown. and next yr. on the more import. jury for trial of Hugh Bewett for heresy. He had no ch. prob. but his w. is, I suppose, meant in two letters of our first Gov. Winthrop to his s. John, Nov. 1646, mention that his s. Wait was with sis. T. That phrase led Farmer to write of Richard T. "perhaps br.-in-law of Gov. Winthrop." By similar misunderstand. of the word sis. the descend. of Samuel Symonds; suppos. they were of the same blood of John Winthrop of Conn. whose only sis. that passed infancy was first w. of Samuel Dudley, not Symonds. He was a butcher, and deac. of the first ch. but revolted at the disingen. managem. by wh. Davenport was brot. from New Haven, to be the min. and bec. one of the founders of the third or O. S. ch. in 1669 and d. 1671 leav. wid. Mary.
SAMUEL, Cambridge, neph. of the preced. from wh. by his will he rec. £50, m. 1671, Mary, d. of John Jackson, first, of the same, had Richard, b. 16 July 1672; Mary, 3 Nov. 1673; Samuel, 13 Oct. 1675; Mindwell. 31 Aug. 1676; Rebecca, 25 Mar. 1678; Experience; Thomas, 27 Apr. 1682; and Ebenezer, 1685 . He was freem. 1685, liv. on S. side of the riv. in what was call. Cambridge vil. now Newton, for separat. of wh. he was active; had sec. w. Elizabeth wid. of George Woodward, d. of Thomas Hammond of Watertown; and a third w. Mary is nam. in his will. He d. says Jackson, 2 Mar. 1695, in 49th yr. wh. makes me concur with the diligent and judicious author of the Hist. of N. in, suppos. tho. ign. of the name of his f. that he was b. in our country. Under this name, Farmer had includ. John and John jr. of Kittery 1652; but I follow the rec. in spell. them Twisdale.
TRULL, JOHN, Billerica, m. 11 Dec. 1657, Sarah, d. of William French, had John, b. 13 Jan. 1659; d. in few days; Sarah 27 May 1660; was freem. 1690, then call. sen. so that perhaps he had John, again, and other ch. He d. 15 June 1704, aged 70. SAMUEL, Billerica, perhaps br. of the preced. is on the tax list of 1679, when the name of John is not seen.
TRUMAN, JOSEPH, New London 1666, constable 1667, d. in 1697, [[vol. 4, p. 336]] made his will in Sept. 1696, ment. ch. Joseph, Thomas, Elizabeth Mary, and Ann, all perhaps b. bef. he went thitber. JOSEPH, New London, s. of the preced. m. 5 Dec. 1701, Mary Shapley, d. of Benjamin.
RUMBULL, TRUMBALL, TRUMBOLL, TRUMBLE, TRUMBELL, or TRUMMELL, DANIEL, Lynn, 1647, as Lewis marks, but adds not a word more. JOHN, Cambridge 1636, said to have come from New Castle on Tyne, was fin. L20 at the court, Mar. 1637, but for some cause so slight that it might have found lighter censure, as in June foll. three quarters of the penalty were taken off, and, at the general show of similar favor in 1638, L4 more were remit. Perhaps he is the sec. freem. of this name 13 May 1640, but in rec. giv. Trumball. By w. Elizabeth had Elizabeth 6 June 1638; John, 4 Aug. 1641; Hannah, 10 Dec. 1642; rem. to Charlestown, there had Mary, 3, but ano. rec. says 9 Feb. 1645; besides that on Cambridge rec. comes, also, James, 7 Dec. 1647. He was capt. of a trading vessel, and may have been the man in the Col. Rec. of Conn. I. 162, willing to accept Matthew Griswold's oath to his demand in 1648, and prob. the one meant by Davenport in Epist. to Gov. Winthrop 1655, as bring. him letters from Eng. See 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. X. 7. He was a shopkeep. in Charlestown 1673, a householder in 1678, and d. leav. wid. Elizabeth early in July 1687, in his 80th yr. the inv. being tak. on 6 of that mo. and ret. by his s. John 19 Aug. foll. The wid. d. 15 Aug. 1696 in 86th yr. His d. Hannah m. 2 Mar. 1659 John Baxter.
JOHN, Roxbury, when. in ch. rec. the spell. is Trumell, wh. caused a very experienced reader of early writ. to make it Trumtell, freem. 13 May 1640, is no more heard of at R. and, I think, was very soon at Rowley, there by w. Ellen had Hannah, b. 14 Feb. 1641; Judah, 3 June 1643; Ruth, 23 Apr. 1645; Joseph, 19 May 1647; m. Ann, perhaps d. of the first Richard Swan, had Abigail, 10 Dec. 1651, and d. 1657, bur. 18 July. His inv. was by w. Ann brot. 29 Sept. and he left John, Joseph, Judah, and perhaps more. The s. John is made. the progenit. of the great Conn. fam. and the common error found support in the Appx. to the Centen. Addr. by Bradford. The older s. stuck by the paternal mansion. JOHN, Rowley, s. prob. of the sec. freem. 1665, m. prob. a d. of William Jackson, of R. and made deac. 24 Dec. 1686, was appoint. ens. there by the Gen. Ct. 1685.
JOHN, Charlestown, s. of the first John, m. 26 Sept. Mary, d. of Edward Jones, had Samuel, wh. was bapt. 25 July 1697 a. 14 yrs. old. He serv. in Mosely's comp. Dec. 1675. JOSEPH, Suffield 1677, s. prob. of the first. John of Rowley, freem. 1681, as early as July 1675, liv. in Suffield, from wh. the Ind. hostil. soon drove him, there had Joseph, b. 16 Jan. 1679; Ammi, 1 Aug. 1681; Benoni, 10 Aug. 1684; beside some of the rem. to S. of wh. prob. Hannah, wh. m. 26 Nov. 1686, d. of John Strong, the third, was one, as also John. His s. Joseph m. Hannah, d. of John Higley of Simsbury; rem. to Lebanon, and was f. of the first Gov. Jonathan, b. 1710, H. C. 1727, a [[vol. 4, p. 337]] disting. patriot. JUDAH, Rowley, perhaps s. of the first John of the same, rem. to Suffield a. 1676, had a w. Mary, and ch. John, b. 5 Mar. 1674; Ebenezer, 1 Aug. 1675, d. soon; Joseph, 3 Jan. 1677; Judah, 2 Jan. 1679; Mary, 20 Mar. 1681; William, 9 July 1683; Samuel, 1 June 1643; and Ephraim, 6 July 1688; and d. Apr. 1692. His wid. Mary 22 Dec. 1692, bec. third w. of Vicary Sikes. Ralph. Marshfield 1643, may possib. be a miswrit. surname, Trumle. Of this name, ten have been gr. at Yale, and five at Harv.
TRUSTRUM. See Tristram.
TRY, or TRAY, MICHAEL, Windsor, freem. 1640, freed in 1660 from watch and ward, had sev. yrs. bef. rem. to Fairfield, had only ch. Sarah, wh. m. John Gruman. To her and her childr. he gave most. of his est. wh. was very considerab. when he d. 1676 or 7. He had above 20 yrs. earlier m. for sec. w. Margaret, wid. of Richard Roots of F.
TUBBS, SAMUEL, New London a. 1663, m. Mary, d. of Isaac Willey, but Miss Caulkins in lettr of July 1860 tells me, that he had Mary and Bethia, bapt. on same day in May 1671; Samuel, July 1672; William, May 1674 (and I regret that the days of the several mos. are uncert.); Dorcas, b. 2 Mar. 1689; Joseph, 3 Sept. 1692; perhaps other ch. and d. 1696. His wid. was liv. 1725, then aged 77. WILLIAM, Plymouth and Duxbury, m. 9 Nov. 1637, Mercy d. of Francis Sprague, and was one of the proprs. of Bridgewater.
TUCKE, or TEWK, EDWARD, Hampton, s. of Robert, perhaps b. in Eng. had John, if the acco. of Congr. min. in Rockingham Co. by Rev. William Cogswell, Geneal. Reg. I. 247, be correct (wh. disagrees with Farmer MS.) d. a. 1653. JOHN, Hampton, s. of Robert, says Farmer, by w. Bethia had John, b. 19 Apr. 1687, prob. d. young; Jonathan, Aug. 1697; John, again, 23 Aug. 1702, H. C. 1723, min. at Isle of Shoals, wh. d. 12 Aug. 1773, leav. John, H. C. 1758. He was rep. 1717, and d. 4 Jan. 1742. ROBERT, Watertown, came prob. in 1636, from Gorleston, Co. Suffolk, two ms. S. of Yarmouth, was freem. 7 Sept. 1639, but then was of Hampton, perhaps, where was his perman. resid. in latter days, though he may have been entit. a tailor of Salem at one time, was fin. for sell. beer, soon, aft. had license for th first inn at H. 1643, and d. 4 Oct. 1664, leav. wid. Joanna, wh. d. 14 Feb. 1673, by wh. perhaps, he had Mary, wh. m. lieut. John Sanborn, and d. 30 Dec. 1668; Edward, bef. ment.; Robert; William, b. a. 1646; and John, 1652. Robert and William prefer. to live in Eng. THOMAS, Salem 1637, was then a. 25 yrs. old, if his memo. thirty yrs. later be true.
THOMAS, Charlestown, by w. Elizabeth d. of lieeut. Randall Nichols, had Mary, bapt. 29 Jan. 1671; Catharine, 23 July 1676, d. soon; Catharine, again, [[vol. 4, p. 338]] 18 Nov. 1677; and Mary, 7 Oct. 1683; and he d. 12 Sept. 1687. WILLIAM, Milford, a propr. bef. 1675, rem. a few yrs. aft.
TUCKER, ABRAHAM, and JOHN, early proprs. of Dartmouth, may have been s. often of Sandwich. ANDREEW, Marblehead 1663, was perhaps s. of Nicholas, and may be the man whose name in the petitn. of Marbleheaed, 1668 is giv. Stocker in Geneal. Reg. IX. 82. BENJAMIN, Roxbury, s. of Robert, had Benjamin, b. 8 Mar. 1671; Jonathan, 14 May 1675; Ephraim, 16 Aug. 1677, Ebenezer, 10 Oct. 1679; Mary, 7 Aug. 1682; Edward, 8 Aug. 1684; and by w. Amy, says the rec. tho. she may have been mo. of all the preced. had Joseph, 2 Nov. 1686; and by w. Ann, wh. I think the same, as the rec. is very careless, had Elizabeth 20 Dec. 1683. He d. 27 Feb. 1714, aged a. 60, as the gr.stone tells. BENONI, Salisbury, eldest s. of Maurice, m. June 1686, Ebenezer, d. of Thomas Nichols, strange as the rec. reads, had Ebenezer, b. 31 Mar. 1687; Benjamin, 12 Jan. 1690; Nathaniel, 12 Nov. 1692; Elizabeth 24 Mar. 1695; and Mary, 4 May 1697. EPHRIAM, Milton, s. prob. of Robert of the same was freem. 1678 and perhaps had w. and ch. GEEORGE, Marblehead 1653, a fisherman. HENRY, Sandwich, by w. Martha, had as the Friend's rec. at Newport tells, Abraham, b. 30 Oct. 1653; John, 18 Aug. 1656; Martha, 14 July 1659; Hannah, b. 25 July 1662; James, 16 Mar. 1666; Mary, 16. Aug. 1668; Sarah, 20 Sept. 1674. Mary m. 9 May 1690, Samuel Perry of Kingstown. But the Perry geneal. calls Tucker of Dartmouth; and certain. Abraham and John, prob. his s. were proprs. of D. JAMES, Milton, perhaps br. of Ephraim, m. Rebecca d. of Thomas Tolman, had, in 1678 a suit with the town of Dorchester, wh. gather. from him and others taxes, wh. the Gen. Ct. req. the town to repay. Prob. he had James, and perhaps others.
JAMES, of some part of New Hampsh. perhaps Portsmouth or Dover, in each were fams. of the name, in 1689, when he join. other friends of liberty, in addr. the governm. of Mass. to protect them. JOHN, Watertown, 1636, a propr. perhapa the same man was next yr. at Hingham, propr. in ea. town, m. June 1649 wid. Norton, it may be as his sec. w. and d. 5 Aug. 1661, making nuncup. will in favor of John, and Mary, his ch. with injunct. to deal righteous. by the mother, meaning, I suppose, the stepmother, Ann, his wid. His d. Mary (by the former w.) to wh. Thomas Johnson and his w. Margaret gave all their prop. had bef. 30 Oct. 1662, m. Joseph Church. JOHN, Boston, by w. Sarah had Elizabeth b. 5 Feb. 1652; John, 8 Oct. 1655.
JOHN, Isle of Shoals, fisherman, by his will of 31 Oct. 1670, gave small sum to his. min. Thomas Wells of Kittery, and bestow. the rest on John Amerideth and Joanna his w. and as the inv. of Apr. foll. was of so considera. amt. as £74, we may infer. that he had no w. nor ch. [[vol. 4, p. 339]]
JOHN, Portsmouth, perhaps s. of Richard, was one of the founders of the ch. 1671, freem. 1673; and call. sen. may have join. with the great body of people to solicit protect. in 1689, from Mass. and d. 2 May 1706. JOHN, Boston, mem. 3d. ch. freem. 1676. JOHN, Hingham, s. of John of the same, m. Mar. 1658, Elizabeth Hobart, wh. may have been d. of Edmund the sec. of the same, was freem. 1677. JOHN, Newbury, m. 11 July 1670, Mary Richardson, had Mary, b. 13 May 1677, prob. d. soon; Mary, again 25 Jan. 1697; Richard, 9 Mar. 1681; and John, 29 July 1683. JOHN, Gloucester, perhaps, but not prob. s. of Robert of the same, m. 9 May 1681, Sarah, d. of Thomas Riggs, had Mary, b. 1682; Sarah, 1695; John, 1686; William, 1690; Thomas, 1692; Richard, 1695; Abigail, 1697; Joseph, 1701, and Grace 1706; may have liv. at Casco, betw. 1680 and 90, some short time, but where or when he d. is unkn. JOHN, Dover, capt. by the Ind. 26 July 1696, may have been adult or minor. JOSEPH, Milton, was one of the comp. of the brave capt. Isaac Johnson, wh. was k. at their head in the great battle of 19 Dec. 1675, and T. may have fallen also, for I kn. no more of him. JOSEPH, Salisbury, s. of Maurice of the same, by w. Phebe Page had James, b. 25 Apr. 1697; Samuel, 16 Apr. 1699; and Joseph, 29 Aug. 1702. LEWIS, Casco 1680-90, was perhaps s. of Richard, b. 1643, certain. br. of John, had Hugh of Kittery, Lewis of Newcastle N. H. Elizabeth wh. m. a Bragdon of York or Kittery, and Grace, wh. m. Isaac Pierce of Boston. Willis I. 213.
MANASSEH, Milton, perhaps s. of Robert of the same, freem. 1678, m. bef. 1679, Waitstill, eldest d. of Roger Sumner, had Manasseh, b. a. 1681, and prob. others; was deac. MAURICE, or MORRIS, Salisbury, m. 14 Oct. 1661, Elizabeth d. prob. of John Stevens of the same, had Benoni, b. 16 Oct. 1662, and she d. the same day. By sec. w. Elizabeth he had John, 16 Aug. 1664; Mary, 21 May 1666; James, 28 Dec. 1667; Sarah, 19 May 1670; Joseph, 20 Feb. 1672; Jabez, 5 Feb. 1675; Elizabeth 27 Apr. 1677; and Morris or Maurice, 6 Sept. 1679; was sw. his alleg. 1677, and freem. 1690, when the name is giv. Meros, lucki. for him the last letter was not Z. NICHOLAS, Salem or Marblehead, d. a. 1664. RICHARD, Casco, one of the earliest sett. in 1634, conjoint. with George Cleaves in maint. right of Laconia Pat. and agent for Sir Ferdinando Gorges, and next for Alexander Rigby [Winthrop II. 256]; of the gr. jury 1640, in 1653 had rem. to vicin. of Portsmouth, in 16653 stood strong for jurisdict. of Mass. against the royal commissnrs. and d. 1679, as Willis I. 29 tells, wh. ment. that his w. Margaret outliv. him. Perhaps she was passeng. aged 23, embark. 1 July 1635, in the Abigail from London.
ROBERT, Weymouth 1638, had Sarah, b. 17 Mar. 1639 and I think Ephraim, Benjamin and Manasseh, beside possib. others, bef. or aft. rem. He was fin. in 1640, for upbraid.[[vol. 4, p. 340]]
James Britain, as a witness, call. him a liar, and said he could prove it, of wh. the charact. of Britain may lead us to think he might be right; rem. to Dorchester, that part wh. bec. in 1662, Milton, for wh. he was rep. 1669, 80 and 1. Sarah, m. Aug. 1660, Peter Warren of Boston. ROBERT, Gloucester, 1651, was rep. 1652, town clk. to 1656; and had w. Elizabeth and Babson, 172, gives ch. Ebenezer, wh. d 1653, Ephraim, b. in 1653, and one with an impossib. name, 1652. I regret to say, that I find little more of him. That he was the same as the Weymouth man was opin. of Babson, to wh. I have strong object. ROGER, Salem d. a. 1661. WILLIAM, prob. of York, d. May 1666, and Nathaniel Fryer was admor. The inv. 22 June was L73. 19s. 6d. and he left a wid. Of this name, in 1834, Farmer notes thirteen had been gr. at Harv. three at Yale, three at other N. E. coll.
TUCKERMAN, ABRAHAM, Boston, s. of the first John, m. 15 July 1692, Constance, d. of William Worcester, had no ch. but d. soon, and his wid. m. John Noiles jr. if such be true name, of Newfounaland. JOHN, Boston, by w. Sarah had Elizabeth b. 5 Feb. 1652; John, 8 Oct. 1655; Sarah, 20 Nov. 1657, d. in two wks.; Richard, 27 Nov. 1658; Christian, 8 July 1661; Priscilla, 5 Aug. 1666; Martha, 28 Aug. 1668; Abraham, 3 Dec. 1670; and Isaac, 6 Feb. 1673. JOHN, Boston, eldest s. of the preced. by first w. had. John, and by sec. w. m. 14 Nov. 1693, Susanna, d. of Edmund Chamberlin of Malden, had Sarah, Abraham, Jacob, and Edward. He is ancest. of most of this surname in N. E. NATHANIEL, Ipswich, s. of Otho, by w. Martha, had Nathaniel, b. 9 Sept. 1684; Martha, 27 June 1686; John, and Elizabeth He rem. 1712 to Portsmouth. OTHO, Portsmouth, by w. Emma, had Nathaniel, b. a. 1660; and other ch.; was drown. 24 May 1664.
TUCKEY, GEORGE, Windsor 1645, fin. for some idle words to old Mr. Eggleston's w. JOHN, Charlestown, join the ch. 12 Apr. 1650, was a householder in 1658, but I kn. no more.
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