|b. 1 January 1660||Milford Conn||[Savage 4:327]|
|d. 3 March 1707/8||Windsor, Conn||[Mather 73]|
|m. before 1682|
|bp. 25 February 1624/5||Pitminster, Co Somerset||[Hale/House 764-770]|
|d. 12 July 1710||Milford Conn||[Savage 4:327]|
 Jane Tapp
|b. c1628||[Hale/House 764-770]|
|d. October 1703||Milford Conn||[Hale/House 764-770]|
[NHTR 1:295] (Jan 56/7) Attorney on behalf of Mrs Prudden (widow of Rev Peter Pruden, who died July 1656) against the estate of Mr John Roberts.
[NHTR 1:404] (May/June 1659) Letter from Milford, where it was declared that they desired Mr Treat might be elected to the office of a magistrate for the Jurisdiction at the next court for elections.
[Treat 31, 130] RT baptized 25 February 1624/5. Married 2nd Mrs Elizabeth (Hollingsworth) Bryan, daughter of Michael Powell of Boston. Pages 132-166 are a long essay on RT.
[Hale/House 764-770] RT, deputy for Milford to the New Haven General Court, 1653-58, Assistant, 1659-1663, Assistant of Connecticut Colony 1664, and Deputy 1665 (and at various other times. Governor 1683-1687 to the time of the Andros usurpation, and a member of Andros' Council; Governor again 1689-97 and Deputy governor 1698-1707. Held various military positions and was Commande in Chief 1675 of the Connecticut Troops in King Philip's War. He was also on the various boundary dispute commissions. It need hardly be added that in his prime he was Connecticuts most distinguished citizen.
|bp. 28 August 1584||Pitminster, Co Somerset||[Treat 26]|
|d. bef 3 March 1669/70||Wethersfield Conn||[Treat 26]|
|m. 27 April 1615||Pitminster, Co Somerset||[Treat 26]|
 Alice Gaylord
|bp. 10 May 1594||Pitminster, Co Somerset||[Treat 26]|
|d. a1670||[Hale/House 764-770]|
[Hale/House 764-770] Batized as Trott, married as Trett, his children were baptixed as Trott or Tratt, and he was known as Treat when he died. The family lived in the hamlet of Trendle (now the parish of Trull), in the large parish of Pitminster, less than 5 miles south of Taunton. Here all his children were born. He emigrated after the baptizm of his youngest childe in June 1637, and was living in Wethersfield by 1641. He served as Deputy for Wethersfield to the General Court on numerous sessions, Assistant of the Colony from 1658 to 1665, and was named as a Patentee of the Royal Charter of Connecticut in 1662. His will is dated 13 February 1668/9 and inventoried 3 March 1669/70.
[Treat 26] The name is variously Trott -} Tratt -} Trett -} Treat. The Ancestry of Richard is as follows:
Robert and Honora Trott, of Pitminster Richard and Joanna Trott, of Pitminster William Trott, of Staple Grove John Trott, of Staple Grove
|d. bd 16 February 1599||Pitminster, Co Somerset||[Hale/House 764-770]|
 Honora --
|d. bd 17 September 1627||Pitminster, Co Somerset||[Hale/House 764-770]|
 Joanna --
Dewayne E. Perry
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