||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Kittery, York, Maine, United States
Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Massachusetts, United States
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
||1619 - 1709
||TREVORE or TREVOUR - TRIPP
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home next yr. in the Fortune; and may have been a navigator in command
of a sh. to our shore in 1632. He was here in Apr. 1650 [see
Geneal. Reg. IX. 248], and gave depon. as to the taking possessn. by
hims. for David Thompson of London, Thompson's isl. mistak. the yr.
1619 for 1620.
TREWORGYE, TRUEWORGIE or TREWORTHY, JAMES, Kittery 1636,
merch from Cornwall, m. Catharine, d. of Alexander Shapleigh, sis. of
Nicholas, wh. surv. him, bef. com. from Eng. had d. Joanna, wh. m.
John Ameridith, Meridith, or Merryday of Kittery; Elizabeth wh m. John
Gilman of Exeter; and Lucy, wh. m. Young Humphrey Chadbourne,
and, next, Thomas Wells. of K. from wh. part of K. got. its name Wells.
He went to Newfoundland, perhaps for trade only, but d. bef. he was 35
yrs. old. His wid. m. Edward Hilton. JOHN and NICHOLAS are ment.
slightly, in N. E. bef. 1649, and prob. were brs. of the preced. Nicholas
is not nam. again; but John had m. at Newbury, 15 Jan. 1646, a
Spencer, perhaps d. of Thomas of Piscataqua, had John, b. 12 Aug.
1649; and Coffin says, he rem. to Saco. Yet a writer of so great dilig.
as Mr. Thornton, in Geneal. Reg. V. 349, doubts the exist. of any John.
SAMUEL, Boston, by w. Mary had Samuel, and d. 1698.
TRIANS, ANANIAS, Saybrook, m. 6 Aug. 1667, Abigail, d. of Thomas
Norton. JOHN, Saybrook.
TRICK, ELIAS, Pemaquid, or Damerill's Cove, at a Ct. held by Mass.
commissnrs. July 1674, took o. of alleg. and with others was sw. on the
TRICKEY or TRICKETTE PHRAIM, Dover perhaps s. of Thomas of
the same, had Joseph, wh. obtain. a lot of ld. 1701. FRANCIS, by
Farmer in MS. mark. of Portsmouth 1655, means, I think, Thomas,
ISAAC, Dover 1670, was perhaps s. of Thomas. JOSEPH, Dover, s. of
Thomas, had w. Rebecca, to wh. as his brs. wid. Zechary gave some ld.
2 Feb. 1709. THOMAS, Dover 1648, by Farmer in MS call. of Exeter
1644, d. 1674; leav. s. Zechary, and Joseph, perhaps, also Isaac and
Ephraim. ZECHARY, Dover, s. of Thomas, was call. sen. 1709, so that he
may have had s. Zechary. This name is frequent in that neighborhood.
TRILL, THOMAS, Hartford 1664, then a serv. a soldier in Conn.
forces, 1675, of wh. I kn. only that he was fined for unseason. firing of
his gun, had w. Ann, prob. s. Thomas, and d. 1700.
TRIMMINGS, OLIVER, Exeter 1644, had w. Susanna.
TRINER, THOMAS, Marblehead 1674; but I doubt the spell. may
mean Tainer, wh. see.
TRIPP, ABIEL, Portsmouth, R. I. perhaps s. of John of the same, m. 30
Jan. 1679, Deliverance Hall, perhaps d. of William of the same, had
Abiel, b. 22 June 1684; and the f. d. 10 Sept. foll. * JOHN, Portsmouth,
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