Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p328


Volume 4, Page 328

first James, ord. the first min. at that place, 16 Nov. 1698, had m. 28
Apr. preced. Dorothy, d. of Rev. James Noyes of Stonington; had Ann,
b. 26 Aug. 1699; James, 29 Nov. 1700; Dorothy, 9 Feb. 1702; Jerusha,
21 Nov. 1704; Prudence, 23 Nov. 1706; Sarah, 19 Sept. 1708;
and Rebecca, 29 June 1710; resign. his charge, Mar. 1744, and d.
1746. This name in Mather's Hecatompolis is print. Tread. SAMUEL,
Eastham, eldest s. of Gov. Robert, ord. 1672, m. 16 Mar. 1674, Elizabeth d.
of Samuel Mayo, had Jane, b. 6 Dec. 1674; Elizabeth 24 July 1676; Sarah,
20 June 1678; Samuel, July 1680; Mary, 16 Mar. 1682; Robert, 24
Feb. 1684; Abigail, 13 June 1686; Joseph, 19 Nov. 1690; Joshua, 17
Mar. 1692; John, 17 May 1693; and Nathaniel, 15 Apr. 1694; and
his w. d. 4 Dec. 1696. He m. 29 Aug. 1700, Abigail, wid. of Rev.
Benjamin Eastbrook
, d. of Rev. Samuel Willard of Boston, wh. d. 27
Dec. 1746, had Eunice, 27 Sept. 1704; and Robert, 21 Jan. 1707; and
d. 18 Mar. 1717, aged 69. THOMAS, Glastenbury, s. of the sec. Richard,
wh. gave him all his lds. on the east side of the great riv. m. 5 July
1693, Dorothy, d. of Rev. Gershom Bulkley, had Richard, b. 14 May
1694; Charles, 28 Feb. 1696; Thomas, 3 May 1699; Isaac, 15 Aug.
1701; Dorotheus, and Dorothy, tw. 25, but in ano. place of his book
Chapin writes it 28, prob. wrong, Aug. 1704; Sarah, 21 Jan. in ano.
place, July 1707; and Mary, 9 Jan. 1710. He was a lieut. and engag.
in promot. separat. from Wethersfield of the new town. He d. 17 Feb.
1713; and his wid. d. 1757. In 1837 the gr. at Yale counted eight, at
Harv. four.

    TREBY, TREBIE or TRIBBY, JOHN, Marblehead 1668-74, had w.
Mary, wh. took admin. of his est. Nov. 1675. PETER, New London,
1667, of wh. Caulkins tells no more.

    TREE, RICHARD, Lynn, m. 21 Sept. 1669, Joanna Rogers.

    TREFETHEN, HENRY, New Hampsh. serv. on gr. jury 1687.

have been a high patriot, for he was chos. rep. 1692. JOHN, Boston, was
assoc. somehow with the unpopular. of Gov. Andros, for he was seized
by the people wh. imprison. Sir Edmund 1689. THOMAS, Marblehead
1674. This name, I think, in geneal. Reg. VIII. 288, belongs to the
same man ment. in Gen. Reg. VII. 70 then spell. Tenenys, but prob. not
copy of his own writ. as it is sign. with a cross +. Both docum. are
verified by the same clerk the same yr.

    TRELAWNEY, JOHN, Kittery 1645, prob. s. of Robert of Cornwall,
Eng. propr. of Richmond's isl. is nam. in Sullivan, 309, as cit. in
Farmer MS.

    TRENTHAM or TRENTUM, THOMAS, a youth of 14, emb. at London,
July 1635, in the Blessing.