Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p306


Volume 4, Page 306

1 June 1682; but I kn. no issue. * JOHN, Windsor, 1643, rem. in few yrs.
to Boston, by w. Alice had Sarah, b. 2 Jan. 1652, d. soon; Mary, 2 July
1653; freem. 1654; was one of the princ. sett. at Lancaster, there
selectman 1655, and town clk. had John, 4 Aug. 1655; Amos, 28
Oct. 1657; rem. again to New London, where he was in good esteem,
rep. 1660 and 1, had Samuel, 1 Apr. 1659; and Rhoda, 23 Feb. 1662;
and he d. in Oct. foll. and the Gen. Ct. in Mar. 1664, order, the charges
of his sickness and fun. to be disburs. from the public treas. his wid. m.
1664, William Measure, and d. 20 Nov. 1714, aged 85. THOMAS,
Plymouth 1620, came in the Mayflower, with w. and a s. wh. all d. in
the first winter. One Sarah T. join. the ch. at Scituate, 14 May 1637,
but no more is heard of her.

    TINKHAM, EBENEZER, Middleborough, s. of the first Ephraim, m. bef.
1679, Elizabeth Liscom, was one of the first memb. of the ch. and deac. had
Jermiah, and prob. others, and d. 8 Apr. 1718, and his w. it is said, d.
the same day, aged 64. EPHRAIM, Plymouth 1643, apprent. of Timothy
Hatherly, wh. had, July 1634, transfer. him to John Winslow, had gr. of
ld. Aug. 1642, and ano. in Oct. foll. by w. of unkn. name, a d. of Peter
, had Ephraim, b. 5 Aug. 1649; Ebenezer, 30 Sept. 1651; Peter,
25 Dec. 1653; Hezekiah, 8 Feb. 1656; John, 7 June 1658; Mary, 5 Aug.
1661; John, again, 15 Nov. 1663; and Isaac, 11 Apr. 1666. EPHRAIM,
Middleborough, s. of the preced. by w. Esther had Ephraim, and Isaac,
perhaps more. He was constable 1681, and propound. for freem. 1682.

    TINNEY, JOHN, Scarborough, in 1658, own alleg. to Mass. as in Col.
Rec. IV. part I. It may be Tenney.

    TIPPETT, HENRY, Wickford, in the disput. territ. of Rhode Island,
claim, by Conn. made a constable 1670, by the latter power, tho. the
right belong. to R. I. See Trumbull, Col. Rec. II. 138, 540, and 553.
Humbly I would inq. if Mr. Trumbull, in the Index, making the name
Tibbots or Tibbets, had high authority for the spelling, or had followed
the similarity of Henry Tibbets in N. H. adher. to the Mass. jurisdict.
I submit the conject. that the true spell. was Lippet; yet with so much
less confidence, as the Wickford man's name is found by Judd to be

    TIPPING or TIPPEN, * BARTHOLOMEW, Exeter 1675, had commiss.
from Mass. in Oct. 1676, to com. the forces in reestab. the sett. at Scarborough,
in 1677 k. the famous Ind. ch. Mugg; in 1680 was rep. See
Mass. Col. Rec. V. 130.

Weymouth, s. of William of the same, by w. Hannah had Gideon, b. 18
June 1689, prob. d. soon; Mary, 4 Oct. 1690; Gideon, again, 10 Apr.
1693; Miriam, 29 Sept. 1696; and perhaps more. JOHN, Milford, perhaps
s. of Roger, was propound. for freem. 1669, and then a seaman,
prob. liv. at New London, perhaps br. of William of the same, m. Sarah,
d. of Isaac Willey, perhaps for sec. w. He had William and Mary,