24 June 2017

Cowdall And Richmond In A Deposition

The Massachusetts Archives [Search] included an entry that included two names of interest (there were other names listed, too).

Volume Number: 112,  Page: 135
Summary: Deposition of Thwait Strickland relating his experiences with several Rhode Island Men who seized land in Southertown (Stonington, CT), threatened himself and the Pequot Indians legally residing there, and broke the Sabbath. (See Pages 124 and 133A)
Original date: Notes 1662-05-06 - Other dates: Notes 1661/04/06
Name Signature type:

In addition to the index above, an excerpt from "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," mentioned Thwait Strickland and John Cowdall:

DISBROW..., NICHOLAS...after 1669, says Porter, he m. Eliz. wid. of Thwaite Strickland

His [William Davis's] wid. Mary soon m. John Cowdall.

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