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John Tripp
(1575-)
Isabel Moses
(Abt 1580-)
Anthony Paine
(Abt 1585-1649)
Rose Susannah Potter
(Abt 1587-1643)
John Tripp II
(1610-1678)
Mary Paine
(Abt 1611-1687)
Peleg Tripp
(1642-1714)

 

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Anne Anna Sisson

Peleg Tripp 86,484,1280

  • Born: 1642, Portsmouth, Newport, RI 86
  • Marriage: Anne Anna Sisson about 1667 in North Kingston, Rhode Island 86
  • Died: 13 Jan 1714, North Kingstown, RI at age 72 86
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!INFO ON NAME FROM MARION NEWCOMB CALCULATED DATE OF BIRTH FROM BIRTH OF PELEG JR ? Notes: !INFO FROM MARTHA BITSON AND DR SIDNEY DOUGLASS "Peleg Tripp -- born 1642 Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Died 13 Jan. 1714 North Kingstown, R. I. Married Anne Sisson in 1667. She was born in 1646. Died 1713. Peleg served in the general Assembly." They list 8 children ? Notes: !Information confirmed by family history file from Mary V. Thune Lists birthplace as Newport RI. and death date as 13 Jan 1713/1714. ? Notes: !See Pg 347 The Compendium of American Genealogy - First Families of America "Peleg [Tripp] (1642-1713), asst., 1680; dep., 1681-86, Portsmouth, R.I.; m 166 Anna Sisson (Rich.9, qv)" ? Notes: !Death date also recorded as 18 Jan 1714 from Barbara A. Milne, Sept 1991 and A F. Shammo, '91 (Via Kaye P. Nichols who also provided Newport and birthplace) SEE TIB Card Logan No 18482 Book X2 p. 616 ? Notes: !CHILDREN: See Pg37 Vol XXII "The Nebraska and Midwest Genealogical Record" Lincoln NE July-October 1944 No. 3-4 under Children of John & Mary (Paine) Tripp: "iii. Peleg, d. Jan, 13, 1714; m. Anne Sisson; 9 children; lived at Dartmouth Mass, and Portsmouth, R.I." ? Notes: !BIOGRAPHY: See Pg 6 of Vol I "Early Rehoboth - documented historical studies o the families and events in the Plymouth Colony Township" by Richard LeBaron Bowen, privately printed Rehoboth Massachusetts, 1945 and available in Love Library UNL also in Mass State Archives Vol CXIII p 452 "Dartmouth Mass 18th of the 8th month 1708. To the Govenor and council and representatives in the general court assembled in Boston the 20th instant. A humble petition of the major part of the householders of the town of Dartmouth" signed by: James Tripp Jun.. Richard Tripp.. Ebenezer Tripp.. Thomas Hathaway.. James Tripp.. Peleg Tripp.. John Tripp.. Thomas Wait.." ? Notes: From Bob Tripp bobt@ohiolinks.com Oct 1998 Peleg TRIPP was born about 1642 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. He owned land A track of land purchased from his father on 8 Sep 1665 in Dartmouth, Rhode Island.1 This quarter-section of land, originally purchased from John Alden, was conveyed to Peleg under the provisio in the deed that if he were to sell th land, it must be only to John (his father) or to his heirs. This track was a large farm at the south end of Sawdy Pond in a part of Dartmouth that was later annexed into Triverton. In 1861 this site was later returned to Westport. It wa later owned by Phillip Taber and then by Weston Tripp and his decendents. He was elected as Constable in 1667 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. He was elected a Surveyor of Highways in 1672/73 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. He The earmark for his cattle was recorded on 18 Jul 1677 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.2 He wa elected as The Committee to Audit an Adjudge All Accounts between Newport and Portsmouth in Jan 1678 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. He was elected as Overseer of the Poor in 1684 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. He was elected as Commissions that worked with the Governor of Rhode Island in 1684 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. He was elected as Committee to assess Taxes on the real estate of Rochester, alias Kingstown in 1687 in Kingstown, Rhode Island. He died on 13 Jan 1713/14 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.3 He signed a will on 8 Feb 1713/14 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.4 His will was proved on this date. He signed a will on 6 Nov 1713 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.4 This will names his wife Anne as executrix and his kinsman William Sanford as overseer. His wife received the dwelling house, the garden, a third of the "Great Orchard" and 18 pounds yearly to be paid by their son Job. He bequeathed his daughter Priscilla Tripp 15 pounds, his daughter Sarah Rogers 15 pounds, his son Peleg s5, his daughter-in-law Sarah Tripp s1, and the overseer s20. His son Job received the rest of the land where he dwelt, to pay the rents and legacies and after the death of his mother to have other land, the great scales, weights and bed. His daughter Mary Smith recieved s10, his daughter Anne Rogers recieved s10 and lan in Portsmouth, his daughter Mehitable Thurston s10, and his daughter Priscilla Tripp a feather bed and other items. Fourteen acres of land were devised to his wife Anne and land in Dartmouth to his son Richard, the later to pay 5 pounds yearly to his mother. His wife Anne received the remainder of the movables, including money, cattle, sheep, swine, and household goods. He was elected as Member of the Town Council 1667/69 and 1683 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. He wa elected as Deputy from Portsmouth to the General Assembly 1680/81 and 1686 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. ? Notes: He was married to Anne TRIPP (SISSON) (daughter of Richard SISSON and Mary SISSON (FREEMAN)) in 1665 in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. This marriage is proved by the will of Mary Sisson, widow, of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, dated 15 April 1690, and proved 1 December 1692, in which she names her daughter Ann, wife of Peleg Tripp. There is also recorded, a receipt, signed with the mark of Ann [Sisson] Tripp, and dated 17 December, 1692, in which she acknowledges that she has received her mother's legacy. Anne TRIPP (SISSON) was born in 1647/48 in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. She die on 13 Jan 1713 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island


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Peleg married Anne Anna Sisson, daughter of Richard Sisson and Mary, about 1667 in North Kingston, Rhode Island.86 (Anne Anna Sisson was born about 1646 86 and died in 1713 86.)




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