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d. at 18 yrs; William, 5 Jan. 1677; Lydia, 15 Mar. 1679; Mary, 10
Aug. 1681; Deborah, 24 Feb. 1684; Lucy, 22 Mar. 1687, d. at 5 yrs.;
and Hepzibah, 22 Dec. 1689. He had some fame as almanac mak. for
20 yrs. and d. 5 Oct. 1701. See Field, Hist. of Middlesex Co. 104;
and Geneal. Reg. III. 167, where is much wild legend. The s. John d.
at sea; Sarah m. John Smith; and Mary m. Daniel Clark, both of Haddam.
WILLIAM, Saybrook, s. of the preced. a shoemaker, m. it is said,
Abigail Maverick of Boston, with equal prob. and precis. d. of a
min. wh. left Eng. in the time of persecut. had John, b. 18 Mar. 1702;
Margaret, 28 May 1701; Abigail, 5 July 1707; Wiliiam, 13 June
1709; Lydia, 24 July 1711; Elias, 17 Jan. 1714; Sarah, 6 Jan. 1716;
Mary, 30 Mar. 1718, d. at 21 yrs.; Samuel, 29 Apr. 1721, d. at 28 yrs.;
and Daniel, 24 July 1723, d. young; and the f. d. July 1744. The
wid. d. 9 Dec. 1750 in her 76th yr.

    TUPPER, ELISHA, soldier, 1690, in Gallop's abortive serv. against
Quebec to please Sir William Phips, may have been s. of sec. Thomas.
THOMAS, Lynn, rem. with many others of that town to Sandwich
1637, was rep. 1646, and 16 yrs. aft. d. 28 Mar. 1676, aged 97 yrs. and 2
mos. and his w. d. 4 June aft. in her 90th yr. says Col. Rec. THOMAS,
Sandwich, s. of the preced. the town clk. wh. certif. the rec. of his
parents' age, had Eldad b. 31 May 1675; was rep. 1679, and the first
from that place under the new chart. 1692. He had been much engag. in
preach. to the Ind. and in the Magnalia, VI. 61, we find he had 180
hearers.

    TURBAT or TUEBUTT, PETER, in the list of those, sw. to alleg. at
Wells, 5 July 1653, constable 1661, had w. Sarah, ch. John, Peter, and
Elizabeth His inv. was of L61, present. 14 Oct. 1669. But this name
means Talbot, I think.

    TURBEFIEELD, HENRY, Weymouth, had Ann, b. 8 Sept. 1673. I have
some doubt of the name.

    TURELL, COLBURN, Boston, s. of capt. Daniel, was one of the volunteers
wh. set forth, in Oct. 1689, on the sucessful expedit. under Colon.
author. to capt. a pirate vessel in Vineyard Sound. See Geneal. Reg.
II. 393. DANIEL, Boston, blacksmith, ar. co. 1656, came from Instow
on the N. coast of Devonsh. mid way from Barnstable to Bideford, and
by his first w. Lyaia, perhaps d. of Robert Blott, wh. join. our ch. 29
Aug. 1647, he had Daniel, b. 16 Aug. 1646; John, bapt. 4 Mar. 1649,
a. 6 days old; Joseph, 27 Dec. 1653, d. in few mos.; Joseph, again, 25
Mar. 1655; prob. Ann, 20 Aug. 1657, wh. in the substit. rec. is assign.
to Samuel, as in Geneal. Reg. X. 70; and Samuel, 14 June 1659. She
d. 23 June 1659, and he m. at Roxbury, 10 Nov. 1659, Mary Barrell,
wid. of John, and d. of Elder William Colbron, had Lydia, 30 Nov.