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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