||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Medford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
||1638 - 1736
||TUDOR - TUFTS
|Volume 4, Page 341
claim of relationsh. to the possess. of the throne of Gr. Britain. All the
ds. we kn. m. viz. Sarah, 1679, to James Porter; Jane, 28 Oct. 1680, to
Samuel Smith of Wethersfield; and Mary m. a Judson bef. 1717, perhaps
his sec. w. OWEN, Windsor, s. the preced. d. 1717, without w.
or ch. and by the court his prop. was distrib. to his br. Samuel, sis. Sarah,
heirs of sis. Jane, and to sis. Mary. SAMUEL, Windsor, br. of the first
Owen, m. 1685 Abigail, d. I suppose of Samuel Bissell of Windsor, had
Abigail, b. 1686; Mary, 1689; Sarah, 1692, prob. d. young; Sarah,
again, 1695; Margaret, 1697; and Elizabeth 1700; perhaps ano. ch. bef.
Samuel, Y. C. 1728, but the date of his b. I find not. He is absurdly
said to have begun the settlem. on E. side of the gr. riv. 1677, when
there were dwellers there, 20 yrs. bef. and so much had it gr. that in
1680, petitn. was offered for its incorpo. as separ. town. He d. 6 July
1727. Farmer notes, that in 1834, five of this name had been gr. at
Harv. and three at Yale.
TUELLS, RICHARD, and THOMAS, were of Gallop's company 1690,
but perhaps. were truly Twelves, s. of Robert.
TUFTS, JAMES, k. by the Ind. at
Bloody brook, 18 Sept. 1675, may
have been a soldier of the flower of Essex. JOHN, Hingham, was from
Old Hingham, came in the Diligent, 1638 as one of the serv. or apparent.
of Thomas Cooper, but no more is kn. of him. JOHN, Malden, freem.
1690, was s. of Peter first of the same, m. Mary Putnam, had Mary, b.
11 Apr. 1688; John, 28 May 1690; Nathaniel, 23 Feb. 1693; Peter,
1696; Benjamin 1699; Thomas; and Stephen; and d. 1728. JOHN,
Malden, s. of Peter the sec. was ord. at Newbury, 30 June 1714, m. 9
Nov. foll. Sarah Bradstreet, perhaps d. of John of Topsfield, youngest s.
of Gov. Simon, had Mary, b. 4 Sept. 1715; Joshua, 4 Oct. 1716, H. C.
1736 and for sec. w. m. 28 Mar. 1723, Elizabeth Sargent, had John, b. 13
Dec. foll. wh. d. at 20 mos.; Sarah, 21 Apr. 1725; and John, again, 9 Jan.
1727; and I kn. no more. JONATHAN, Malden s. of the first Peter, freem.
1690, by w. Rebecca had Jonathan, b. 1 July 1685, d. at 3 yrs.; John,
11 Apr. 1638; Jonathan, again, 6 Feb. 1691; Rebecca, 16 Oct. 1694;
Samuel, 29 Apr. 1697; Persis, 2 May 1700; Josph, 29 June 1704;
and Abigail, 7 Jan. 1707; and he d. 18 Aug. 1722. His w. was d. of capt.
John Waite, and his will was of 4 Aug. 1718. PETER, Charlestown
liv. on Malden side, came a. 1650, with. w. Mary, d. of Elizabeth Pierce and
prob. one or two ch. was freem. 1665, at M. had John, b. 7 May 1653;
Mary, 19 June 1655; Jonathan, 19 June 1657, d. at one yr.; Jonathan,
again, 3 Mar. 1660; John, a. 1665; Mercy; Sarah; Elizabeth 22 Nov.
1672; and perhaps others, besides Peter, wh. I judge was the eldest.
He was tythingman of C. 1679, rep. for Medford 1689, and d. 13 May
1700; aged 83, and his wid. d. Jan. 1703. He made a will 1693, with
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