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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