Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p297

Volume 4, Page 297

his w. Margaret, 32, wh. he brot. with two ch. Thomas, wh. was bapt. 4
Aug. 1633; and John, bapt. 13 Sept. 1635 in Eng.; had here Joseph;
Benjamin, b. 8 July 1640, bapt. with Joseph, 13 Sept. foll.; Mary, b.
8 Mar. 1643; and Judith, 29 May 1648. He was freem. 10 May 1643;
and his est. was part in Medfield, set off from D. 1651. His w. d. 9
May 1662. * JOHN, Medfield, s. prob. of the preced. brot. from Eng.
by his f. 1637, was freem. 1663, and rep. 1683, of wh. we should gladly
kn. more, than that he m. Mary, d. of Nicholas Wood. JOHN, Newport,
was on the list of freem. 1655. JOSEPH, Newbury, s. of Daniel the sec.
m. 1695, Mehitable Kimball. RICHARD, Salem 1637, rem. to Boston,
was a mariner, by w. Martha, d. of Christopher Stanley, as we may
infer from the will of Susanna Phillips, wh. had been w. of S.
[1] had Samuel,
b. 11 July 1652, and perhaps others. We may obs. the want of
precise use of words, when T. in convey. of part of ship to William
Phillips, Sept. 1650, calls him f.-in-law, only bec. he (Phillips) had m.
the wid. mo. of vendor's w. * THOMAS, prob. s. of the first John, bapt.
in Eng. was of Medfield, m. 13 Dec. 1655, Sarah Thaxter, d. prob. of
Thomas of Hingham, had John, b. 4 Mar. 1657; Thomas, 11 Feb. 1659;
Nathaniel, 24 Jan. 1661; and others, whose names are not kn. He was
a man of much usefuln. serg. in 1675, bef. the war, made lieut. in 1678,
and rep. 1686, in the last Ct. bef. the abolit. of the good old Chart.
Farmer, MS. thinks he must have been the person, wh. had in Apr. of
that yr. some votes for Assist. as in Hutch. Coll. 544. THOMAS, a
quaker, aged 34, wh. came from London in the Speedwell, 1656, and
was sent away in the same sh. THOMAS, Hampton, sw. alleg. 1678,
and mark. by Dr. Belkn. 1681, as hav. been b. 1649, wh. was slight
ground for fear that he might be the Quaker, wh. emb. 30 May 1656,
aged 34, at London, in the Speedwell, and arr. at Boston, 27 July. But
this passeng. was prob. ret. by the same vessel; and Belkn. and Farmer,
and Geneal. Reg. VII. 203, 4, all spell without s the name of this Hampton
man, wh. authority united does not prevail with me. He was Provost
marshall in 1684, employ. by the Ct. THOMAS, Wrentham, perhaps
s. of the first Thomas, by w. Mehitable, had Mehitable, b. 1 Aug. 1686;
Mary, 16 Mar. 1688, d. soon; Thomas, 2 Nov. 1689; Ichabod, 9 Aug.
1692, d. soon; as his mo. had 2 days aft. bring. him into the world; and
by w. Esther had David, 20 Nov. 1693; and Daniel, 25 Sept. 1695,
perhaps more; and d. 15 Dec. 1704. Five of this name at Harv. and
two at Yale had been gr. in 1851.

    THURTON. See Thurston.

    THWAITS, ALEXANDER, Concord, came in the Hopewell from London,
1635, aged 20, perhaps d. or rem. early, or the giv. of his corn to
Rev. P. Bulkley, by our Gen. Ct. in May 1640, is dark. At the East
he may be seen sw. alleg. to Charles II. 8 Sept. 1665.