|b. c1618||[Milford 60]|
|d. 31 July 1647||Milford Conn||[Milford 60]|
|m. c1642||Milford Conn||[Milford 60]|
[NEHGR 80:302] MW died before her father; his will of 7 November 1659 bequeathed to ``my daughter Maryes children''. Married --.
|d. 14 January 1659/60||Wethersfield Conn||[NEHGR 80:300]|
|m. aft 5 July 1615||England||[NEHGR 80:300]|
 Alice Tomes
|d. c1646||Conn||[NEHGR 80:300]|
On 5 July 1615, shortly before his first marriage, his father and olderbother settled on him a house and lands in Burmington, Co Warwick, and he proved his borthers will, as one of the executors, 7 February 1627/8. He owned, probably before he left England, on share in the Piscataqua patent of lands.
TW emigrated to NE with his six children after 20 August 1635 and before 5 April 1636. He was with his wife in Boston, 9 June 1636, and perhaps had a house at Cambridge 8 February 1635/6. H settled at Hartford Conn, his home lot being opposite that of Gov Geroge Wyllys on what is now Governor Street. The first mentions of TW in the Conn. Colony Records is under the date of 28 March 1637 when he was a member of the court held at Hartford. He acted as a magistrate every year from then until his death; he also held various offices and commissions. He was elected Governor in 1655, and 1658, and deputy governor in 56, 57 and 59.
Deeds indicate that TW moved to Wethersfield between 16 May and 10 October 1646, about the time of his second marriage. His inventory, taken 30 January 1659/60 by John Cotton and John Deming amounted to 1069-08-02.
|bp. 6 November 1540||Whichford, Co Warwick||[Hale-House 777-782]|
|d. bd 24 September 1617||Whichford, Co Warwick||[Hale-House 777-782]|
 Alice --
|d. a1615||[Hale-House 777-782]|
|d. bd 30 August 1558||Stourton, Whichford, Co Warwick||[NEHGR 80:299]|
 Elizabeth --
|d. bu 11 January 1552/3||Whichford, Co Warwick||[Hale-House 777-782]|
Dewayne E. Perry
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