Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p315


Volume 4, Page 315

had Ann, b. 24 Sept. 1685; Mary, 18 Apr. 1688; Sarah, 13 July 1690;
Elisha, 22 July 1696; Elizabeth 8 Feb. 1699; Alice, 10 June 1701; Arminell,
30 July 1707; and by w. Rebecca, had Rebecca, 4 Aug. 1710.
HENRY, Woburn, had Nehemiah, b. 23 Aug. 1646; Elijah, 28 Feb.
1652; and his w. Ann d. 23 Feb. 1654; and he m. 13 July foll. w.
Alice, but had no ch. by her. He was one of the bold petitnrs. for
liberty of prophecy, 30 Aug. 1653. See 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. I. 44.

    TOTMAN, STEPHEN, Scituate, s. of Thomas, had Stephen, and Samuel;
but from Deane I learn no more. THOMAS, Plymouth, rem. to Scituate
bef. 1660, and had Stephen.

    TOUCHWILL, JOSEPH, is the name of a soldier in capt. Mosely's comp.
on March in Dec. 1675, to the great Narraganset fight; but how much
is may be distort. on the roster in uncert.

    TOUNG or TONG, GEORGE, New London, 1656-72, kept the ordinary.
JAMES, Boston, master-mariner, m. 8 Sept. 1654, Elizabeth d. of Abraham
Hagborne, and d. at Jamaica next yr. in his will giv. al his prop. to w.
wh. took admin. 17 July 1656.

    TOURTELLOT or TOURTELOT, ABRAHAM, Boston, a Huguenot merch.
was partner with his br. BENJAMIN, wh. d. 15 Sept. 1687, on a voyage
from London to B. in the Friendship; and he act. as Admor. on the est.
by the inv. of wh. consist. in part of merchandise, it is inf. that they had
carr. on trade extensive. He liv. at Roxbury, some yrs. aft. there by w.
Mary had Gabriel, b. 24 Sept. 1694; and Esther, 12 June 1696. GABRIEL,
Boston, perhaps br. of the preced. was b. at Bordeaux in France,
as is relat. but came from Rochelle in comp. with Gabriel Bernon, whose
d. Mary he m. and it is said he d. at sea. But that he had ch. is kn. by
many descend. Prob. the fam. rem. to Oxford, as in that vicin. the
name is still perpet.

had a w. and fam. bef. 1666, but in this yr. made contr. of m. with
Dorothy, wid. of John Edwards, wh. had been wid. of Abraham Finch,
of Wethersfield, d. early in Feb. 1674, giv. back to his w. the prop. she
brot. him. THOMAS, Wethersfield, perhaps s. of the preced. by a first
w. did not live at W. bef. 1674, was a weaver, an enterpris. man, had
in comp. with William Pitkin, a fulling-mill in Hartford; d. 1712, aged
62; had Thomas, Y. C. 1707, ancest. of the late Secr. of the Navy,
beside Elizabeth

    TOUTE, RICHARD, Scituate 1643, then able to bear arms, but no more
is heard of him, exc. that in 1663, he was of Boston, a lighterman.

    TOUTON, JOHN, a Huguenot physician of Rochelle in France, with
others petition. our Gen. Ct. as early as 1662, for permiss. to rem. higher;
and their prayer was gr. but whether any other than came is not appar.
He liv. at Rehoboth, July 1675.