THOMAS, Hingham 1635 or 6, s. of the first Edmund, came, 1633, from Wymondham, Co. Norfolk, near old Hingham, with W. Jane, and three ch. of wh. one was Caleb, freem. 14 May 1634; had here Joshua, bapt. 1639; and Thomas, 1649; Isaac, 1653; Hannah, 1655; Moses, b. 2 Dec. 1656, d. at 30 yrs.; Aaron, 1661; and Nathaniel, 1665. But perhaps the last six childr. were by a differ. w. from the mo. of the first; and we may inq. for their mo. without gain. satisfact. Hannah m. July 1677, John Record of Weymouth; and Aaron was drown. Mar. 1705 sailing towards Boston. I find Thomas, prob. a gr.s. of Thomas, apprent. in 1670 at Boston, to learn the trade of a cooper.
Source: First Settlers of N.E., a Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of those who came before May, 1692, on the basis of Farmer's Register by James Savage. 1860-1862. Vol. II, pgs. 435-436.
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