|m. 10 February 1757||New Canaan Conn||[LDS-IGI]|
|b. 6 Mar 1701||Norwalk Conn||[TAG 8:1881-8]|
|d. bef 8 January 1776||[TAG 8:1881-8]|
 Martha --
|b. 14 November 1668||[TAG 8:1881-8]|
|d. bef 16 January 1752||[TAG 8:1881-8]|
|m. 24 November 1698||Norwalk Conn||[TAG 8:1881-8]|
 Mary Reed
|bp. 8 December 1631||Ringstead, Co Northampton||[Gillespie 490]|
|d. 12 November 1683||New Haven Conn||[TAG 8:1881-8] [Gillespie 490]|
|m. 8 November 1653||New Haven Conn||[Tuttle1]|
 Katherine Lane
[Tuttle1] Received house and lot in East Haven from his father by deed in 1661. Sold it next year to John Potter.
[Gillespie 490] As a youth of 19 years, JT was the unwitting cause of slanderous remarks made concerning his mother. He was one of five young men who on 22 May 1654 tok the oath of fidelity to the New Haven Colony. He sold his house and home lot at Stony River to John Potter and his half-interest in the upland meadow near Stony River to Widow Luddington. 8 months later he asked permission to buy some land from the Indians near Chestnut Hill. A fence viewer in 1667. Some mishap occurred in 1677 as his rates were adjusted ``in consideration of the afflicting hand of God''. In the third division of land 20 December 1680, he received as head of houshold with 7 persons 28 acres in the eastern section and 12 acres in the western section. JT died intestate leaving an estate appraised at only 79 pounds. They had 9 known children and possibly two more.
 Elizabeth Hill
Dewayne E. Perry
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