|bp. 26 February 1641||New Haven Conn||[TAG 3:563]|
|d. before 1700||[TAG 3:563]|
|m. 1662||[Hull 465]|
|b. 3 December 1599||[Hull 463]|
|d. c1 September 1662||New Haven Conn||[TAG 4:872]|
[Hull 463-465] Was a native of Derbyshire. His exact date of arrival is not known. He was made a freeman at Dorchester in 1634 and a few moths later was at Roxbury. In 1636 he sold his house in Roxbury and moved to Boston. In 1639 he was in New Haven. One of the founders of the New Haven Plantation. His early residence at New Haven was on Chapel Street. In 1649, he was master of the watch; the same year he was fined 12 cents because his son Jeremiah wanteda worm and a scourer (at an inspection of the train band). RH's estate was inventoried 6 January 1662 at 100-18-04. 4 children: Jeremiah, John, Hannah and Mary.
Dewayne E. Perry
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