Mary Kimball(2) (Richard(1)), born in Rattlesden, England in 1625, married Robert Dutch of Gloucester and Ipswich, MA. Mary is wrongly given in many places as the wife of Deacon Thomas Knowlton, historians being misled by her father's will, as he only mentions the first names of his daughters and does not leave anything to the children of Mary. But in an action for trespass against Richard Kimball, Sr., (in taking a heifer by his grandson Robert Dutch of the yard of Obadiah Wood and detaining the same, March 1662), this is shown to be wrong, Robert Dutch, Sr.'s wife is Mary. Savage's Dictionary is wrong in regard to her name. It says she was Mary Roper, daughter of Walter Roper. But Mary Roper was born in 1641. Mary Dutch says in a deposition that she is 36 in 1665, which would give her birth as 1629. Samuel Dutch calls Caleb Kimball(2) "uncle" in deposition in 1664.