|b. c1581||England||[Wells3 46]|
|d. bd 11 May 1664||Marshfield Mass||[Wells3 46]|
 Elizabeth --
|b. c1590||England||[Wells3 42]|
|d. bd 18 July 1660||Marshfield Mass||[Wells3 42]|
[Wells3 42-46] TB was an early settler at Plymouth and then one of the original grantees at Marshfield. TB was listed as a freeman on 7 March 1636-7, tho not sworn in as one until 2 January 1637-8. Consistently referred to as ``Mr.'' and in one record is referred to as ``gentleman''. TB was in his 50s when he came to NE. Of his wife, little is known. She died at the age of 70 and was buried on 18 July 1660 in Marshfield.
TB granted 100 acres on 4 December 1637 and a garden place in Plymouth. He served as juror several times: once indicting Edward Shaw for stealing and having him whipped and branded and once for indicting Alice Bishop for murdering her child. By 1640, the Greens Harbor group had established themselves as a separate group and organised a town under the name of Rexham, later Marshfield. TB served as deputy for Rexham at the General Court.
TB's made his will on 2 May 1664 at the age of 83 and describe himself as a draper. To his daughter Bradford he left 20 poundsand his wife's gold ring; to his daughter Smith 9 pounds; to his daughter Winslow, two cows; to his son Tilden, 5 schillings; .... The inventory of his estate amounted to 138:14:02 and was exhibited on 9 June 1664.
TB and E had John, Martha, Elizabeth, Ann, Margaret and Lydia.
Dewayne E. Perry
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