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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 1685; and Ephraim, 6 July 1688; and d. 1 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,