2. William (s. of John 1) and his w. Bethiah had Betty 1750, Samuel 1753, Molly 1756, John 1757; the father d. 1811. Betty m. Abel Edson, Jr., 1771.
TRIBOU.Thomas Tribou (a Frenchman) settled in Bridgewater as early as 1745, m. Margery, D. of John Pratt 1746, and had Relief 1747*, Isaac 1748, William 1752, Rhoda 1754, Ann 1757, Amasa 1760, Melzar 1766; he d. 1811.Rhoda m. Daniel French 1792.Anna m. Jacob Hill 1780.Melzar settled in Mid'o. and had a son Nahum Mitchell.
2. Isaac (s. of Thomas 1) entered Dartmouth College, but did not graduate; he m. Molly Lyon of Mid'o. 1780, and lived in E. B., and had Isaac 1781, Molly 1783, Martin 1785, Cynthia 1787, Hannah 1789, Jenny Pateshal 1792, and removed to the westward.
3. William (s. of Thomas 1) m. Amy Belcher 1784, and had Peter 1786, John 1788, Daniel 1790, William 1793, Francis 1795, Charles 1797, Walter Spooner 1799, Sally 1802; he died 1815. Peter m. Martha Hall 1817, and had Martin 1818.John m. Mary Tilden of Hanson 1810.Daniel m. an Ashley, and lives in E. B.William m. Polly, D. of Asa Ford 1816.Francis m. Sally Thayer 1816.Walter S. m. a D. of Howland Holmes of Halifax.
4. Amasa (s. of Thomas 1) m. Molly Pratt 1780, and had Alpheus 1782, Relief 1783, Adna 1785, Rhoda 1787, Polly 1789, Francis 1791, Amasa 1793, Zina 1795.Alpheus m. Hannah Curtis 1804, and Ruth Clark of Hanson 1809. This family went to Maine.
Thomas Tribou m. Zervia Randall of Easton 1790.Francis Treboo of Boston m. Ann Riscomb 1717, and had Ann 1718, Francis 1720, and probably others.Thomas, first above mentioned, was probably his son.
TROW.Bartholomew Trow (s. of Bartholomew of Boston, formerly assistant messenger to the Governor and Council) settled in E. B., and m. Molly, D. of Capt. Levi Washburn 1803, and had Bartholomew, William Call, Mary, Joanne, George Augustus, Francis, and Frederick.Mary m. Henry Johnson, and lives in the city of N. Y.Bartholomew m. Bethiah, D. of William Eldridge of Chatham; she died 1838.William C. m. Angelina, D. of Elisha Gilmore of Taunton, now of Turner, Me. George A. m. Thankful, D. of George Torrey of Scituate.
TURNER.George Turner settled early in W. B., and died about 1696, at which date it is recorded that "John Turner settled his father, George Turner's estate." We find also on record that Goodman [George] Turner was to maintain his brother John Robbins 1668.Thomas Turner was also a town officer here 1678.
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