||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
||1638 - 1832
||TYNG - UNDERHILL
|Volume 4, Page 358
London, arr. at Boston, 3 July 1638, as Josselyn, wh. was a passeng.
tells in his curious vol. of Voyages. He join. our ch. 3 Mar. foll. and
was freeem. 10 days aft. was of ar. co. 1638, rep. 1639, 40, 1,2,3,4
and 7, treasr. of the Col. 1640-4; capt. of the Braintree milit. comp. and
in latter days liv. in that town, was its rep. 1649, 50, and 1; his w.
Jane, being his third, wh. may have been wid. of the first Enoch Hunt,
d. 3 Oct. 1652, and he d. 18 Jan. foll. leav. larger est. than any in the
country of that day. It is by his descend. Rev. William Brattle, said,
that "his first w. was Ann Brown, by wh. he had two ch. wh d. bef. he
m. our gr.mo. liz. d. of Rowland Coytemore, whose maiden name was
Myles, and had a former h. named Gray, by wh. shse had my aunts
Nowell and Graves." By Elizabeth he had Elizabeth b. I doubt not in Eng. 6
Feb. 1638, bapt. here, 10 Mar. 1639; Ann, 6, bapt. 12 Jan. 1640;
Bethia, 17, bapt. 23 May 1641; and Mercy, 13 Jan. bapt. 5 Feb. 1643.
Elizabeth m. a. 1656, Thomas Brattle; Ann, m. 3 Nov. 1656, Thomas Shepard,
afterewards min. of Charlestown; Bethia m. Richard Wharton; and
Mercy, m. 1662, Samuel Bradstreet. Six of this name had been gr. in
1832 at Harv.
TYRRELL. See Terrill.
TYSON, JOHN, Boston, a Quaker, brot. in a sh. for wh. he says in his
letter to Gov. Bellingham, the master was fined �100 "if he send me
not away the first opportun." He wrote from prison, 15 June 1667, a
very forcible address to the Gov. and magistr. and hav. thro. their fears
obt. his liberat. wrote again from London, 28 July 1670. Both epist.
are append. to Groom's Glass for the people of N. E. a very rare tract
in the libr. of may friend Charles Deane.
UFFORD, UFFOOTE, or UFFIT. See Offit. Prob. the first spell. here
is the best.
UMPHERVILE, UMBERFIELD, HEMPEHREVILLE, UMFREVILLE, JOHN,
New Haven 1674, a prop. 1685, was perhaps f. of Samuel, and Mary,
and may have had other ch. One Mary, perhaps his sis. m. 26 Mar.
1684, Thomas Mallery, and ano. m. 28 Nov. 1694, Ebenezer Downes,
wh. may justify a conject. that two fam. of the name liv. there. SAMUEL,
New Haven, perhaps s. of the preced. had by w. nor nam. Sarah,
b. 2 Apr. 1695; Ann, 28 Apr. 1700; John, 15 Mar. 1702; Thomas, 8
Feb. 1705; Elizabeth 27 Oct. 1708; Esther, 12 Sept. 1710; Mary, 28 Aug.
1714; and David, 16 Aug. 1716.
UNDERHILL, GILES, was complain. of in New Hampsh. 1668, for not
liv. with his w. JOHN, Boston, came in the fleet with Winthrop as
capt. of any milit. force that might be employ. or instruct. as he had
serv. under the great Dutch prince in the war of the Netherlands, speedily
join. the ch. being counted No. 57 in the list, and was sw. freem. 18