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Philip Taber, Sr.

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Kilmington, Somerset, England
Death: Died in Newport, RI, USA
Place of Burial: Providence, RI, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of John Taber and Elizabeth Tabor
Husband of Lydia Taber; Lydia Jane Taber and #2 Jane Taber
Father of Capt. Thomas Tabor; John Taber; Lydia Masters Mason; Joseph Taber; Philip Taber, Jr. and 2 others

Occupation: Carpenter/builder; assessor; Contstable; Deputy to Plymouth General Court for Yarmouth; Portsmouth commissioner to General Court, Immigrant, Sawyer/ Carpenter
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About Philip Taber, Sr.

PHILIP TABER was born circa 1605 in Rommford, Essex, England OR Kilmington, Somerset, England, and died between 24 February 1672 and 27 April 1682.

Parents: James Taber and Susan Maltwood

He immigrated before 1633 to in Watertown, (now Middlesex County), Massachusetts Bay Colony

He married (1st) before 21 Dec. 1639, LYDIA MASTERS, daughter of John and Jane MASTERS, who was born circa 1615 and died before 1651.

He married (2nd) before 1669, Jane (?) b. circa 1605, who died after 27 April 1682.

Children of Lydia Masters and Philip Taber:

1. Esther Taber

2. John Taber b. 8 Nov 1640, d. 1702

3. Philip Taber+ b. s 1642, d. 11 Nov 1720

4. Thomas Taber+ b. Feb 1643/44, d. 11 Nov 1720

5. Joseph Taber+ b. c 1645, d. 20 Jan 1733/34

6. Lydia Masters Taber+ b. s 1648, d. 29 Jan 1719/20

Weblinks:

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/k/n/u/Mary-K-Knudstrup

http://MaryandJohn1630.com/

Notes:

A number of incorrect statements appear in various sources and are refuted in "The Great Migration Begins". Such incorrect statements include:

[1] Philip Taber first appears at Plymouth in 1630;

[2] Philip Taber and Lydia Masters were married on 21 December 1639;

[3] Philip Taber had a daughter Esther who married Mayhew;

[4] Philip Taber married second Jane Latham, sister of Cary Latham;

[5] Philip Tabor died in Tiverton.

Freeman of Mass. Bay Colony Oct 1630, at Watertown in 1634. He was frequently moving from one town to another to engage in business as a carpenter and builder. When Yarmouth was first settled he went there and for 2 yrs was

Deputy to the General Court of Plymouth Colony 1639-40.

Moved to Martha'a Vineyard and lived at Pease's Point, Edgartown.

1651 helped build the Mill Dam at New London.

1654 chosen as 1 of the 4 magistrates to govern Martha's Vineyard.

1656 living at Portsmouth, RI, which he representated for 3 yrs at the General

Court of the Union of the R.I. Colonies.

1664 lived in Newport

1667 in Providence

1671 appeared in court with Roger Williams as witnesses

FDR descends through son Thomas Banks. Says he came from Kilmington, Somerset (7 mi. NE of Wincanton and 8 mi. E of Batcombe), Somerset.

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April 1, 1634, of Watertown, Mass. Contributed plank building the sea fort. March 5, 1639, at Yarmouth, Mass. on committee to divide land. Deputy 1639-40. To Marthas Vineyard before 1647. Of New London 1651. Of Marthas Vineyard, Lot layer 1652 and on committee to allot land, 1653. Of Portsmouth, RI, 1655 and commissioner from that town 1660,60 and for Providence in 1661.

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Philip Taber1,2,3

M, #98, b. circa 1605, d. between 24 February 1672 and 27 April 1682

Philip Taber|b. c 1605\nd. bt 24 Feb 1672 - 27 Apr 1682|p98.htm|James Taber|b. c 1580\nd. bt 1608 - 1668|p1203.htm|Susam Maltwood||p1204.htm|John Taber|b. c 1514\nd. bt 1554 - 1638|p1205.htm||||||||||

Father James Taber b. circa 1580, d. between 1608 and 1668

Mother Susam Maltwood

Charts Pedigree of Robert Damon (paged)

Pedigree of Robert Damon

Descendant Chart for John Taber

Relationship 9th great-grandfather of Robert Michael Damon.

Reference TABER0001

Taber Coat of Arms

    Philip Taber was born circa 1605.4 He was the son of James Taber and Susam Maltwood. Philip Taber is also recorded born on 1 September 1604 in Rommford, Essex, England.5 He married first Lydia Masters, daughter of John Masters and Jane Cox, before 21 December 1639 in Watertown, (now Middlesex County), Massachusetts Bay Colony.5,3 Philip Taber married second Jane (?) before 1669.4 Philip Taber died between 24 February 1672 and 27 April 1682 survived by Mrs Jane (Latham) Taber.4
    

Philip Taber has ID 1024 in Taber Family Tree.2 Philip Taber is described in The Great Migration Begins.4 Philip Taber had arms. He immigrated before 1633 to in Watertown, (now Middlesex County), Massachusetts Bay Colony.4 He was a Sawyer and Carpenter.4 As of 1634, Philip Taber lived in Watertown, (now Middlesex County), Massachusetts Bay Colony.5,3 He was listed a freeman on 14 May 1634 in Watertown, (now Middlesex County), Massachusetts Bay Colony.4 He was listed prepounded freeman on 7 January 1638/39 in New Plymouth Colony.4 He was listed a freeman on 4 June 1639 in New Plymouth Colony.4 As of 1640, Philip Taber lived in Yarmouth, (now Barnstable County), New Plymouth Colony.5,3 He became a widower with the death of his wife, Lydia Masters before 1651 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony.5 As of 1653, Philip Taber lived in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.5,3 As of 1654, Philip Taber lived in New London, Connecticut.5,3 As of 1654, Philip Taber lived in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.5,3 As of 14 February 1655/56, Philip Taber lived in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.4 As of 1659, Philip Taber lived in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.5,3

  1. [S406] Anna Allen & Albert Hazen Wright, Taber - Tabor Genealogy; Descendants of Joseph and Philip, Sons of Philip Taber, p. 1. 

Another Source:

  1. Name: Philip TABER
  2. Reference Number: GLR1
  3. Sex: M
  4. Birth: 1 SEP 1604 in Rommford, Co. Essex, England
  5. Immigration: 1630 Massachusetts
  6. Note: ship The Mary and John (speculation)
  7. Immigration: BEF 1634 Watertown, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  8. CORT: 14 JUL 1634 Watertown, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  9. Note: accorded the rights of a freeman of Watertown
  10. PURC: 1636 Watertown, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  11. Note: received a grant of land 1
  12. Emigration: ABT 1637 Watertown, Massachusetts Bay Colony
  13. Note: did not participate in the 2 land grants in Watertown of 1837 1
  14. Immigration: BEF 1638 Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Barnstable Co., MA
  15. CORT: 7 Jan 1638/39 Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Barnstable Co., MA
  16. Note: Propounded freeman of Plymouth Colony
  17. CORT: 5 Mar 1638/39 Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Barnstable Co., MA
  18. Note: Committee to divide planting lands at Yarmouth
  19. CORT: 5 Mar 1638/39 Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Barnstable Co., MA
  20. Note: the General Court ordered that Mr. Nicholas Simpkins, William Palmer, Philip Tabor, and Josiah Barnes of Yarmouth be added to Thatcher, Howes, and Crow as commissioners
  21. CORT: 4 JUN 1639 Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Barnstable Co., MA
  22. Note: Admitted as freeman of Plymouth Colony
  23. CORT: 4 JUN 1639 Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Barnstable Co., MA
  24. Note: Deputy to Plymouth General Court for Yarmouth
  25. CORT: 2 JUN 1640 Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Barnstable Co., MA
  26. Note: Deputy to Plymouth General Court for Yarmouth
  27. Immigration: 1650 New London
  28. Immigration: 1655 Portsmouth, RI
  29. CORT: 14 Feb 1655/56 Portsmouth, RI
  30. Note: Inhabitant of Portsmouth
  31. CORT: 3 March 1656/57 Portsmouth, RI
  32. Note: Portsmouth appointee to Rhode Island jury
  33. CORT: 20 MAY 1656 Portsmouth, RI
  34. Note: Freeman of Rhode Island (after which he was added to the end of the Portsmouth section in the 1655 Rhode Island list of freemen)
  35. CORT: 29 SEP 1660 Portsmouth, RI
  36. Note: Portsmouth appointee to Rhode Island jury
  37. CORT: 18 OCT 1660 Portsmouth, RI
  38. Note: Portsmouth commissioner to General Court
  39. EMPL: 16 Mar 1662/63 Portsmouth, RI
  40. Note: Assessor
  41. EMPL: 2 JUN 1662 Portsmouth, RI
  42. Note: Contstable
  43. EMPL: 7 JUL 1662 Portsmouth, RI
  44. Note: Assessor
  45. CORT: 14 OCT 1663 Portsmouth, RI
  46. Note: Portsmouth commissioner to General Court
  47. CORT: 24 NOV 1663 Portsmouth, RI
  48. Note: Portsmouth commissioner to General Court
  49. Immigration: 1669 Providence, RI
  50. CORT: 10 JUN 1669 Providence, RI
  51. Note: Coroner's jury
  52. TAX: 3 JUN 1671 Providence, RI
  53. Note: assessed 1s. 10d.
  54. Death: 11 DEC 1672 in Providence, RI
  55. Note: Randall's claim of Tiverton is probably incorrect as Tiverton had not yet been settled. 1
  56. Occupation: Sawyer And Carpenter, Court Commissioner, Assessor, Tax Collector, Constable
  57. Note:
   See the Mary and John Clearing House
   http://MaryandJohn1630.com/
   The imigrant ancestor of the Tabers and Tabors of New England, was Philip Taber. He appeared in Watertown, Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1633-1634. He was, under the laws governing the towns of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, made a member of the First Church at Watertown, by virtue of his oath of fidelity on being accorded the rights of a freeman of Watertown, July 14, 1634. Philip Taber married Lydia Masters, December 21, 1639. Their children were as follows: John, Thomas, Philip, Joseph, and Lydia.
   Philip (1) Taber removed to the town of Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Barnstable County, Colony of Plymouth in 1638, and early in 1639 it was ordered by the General Court of Plymouth Colony, that the name of Philip Taber, with three other residents of the town of Yarmouth, be added to an existing committee of three, to make an equal division of the planting lands of the town. He was sent as a Deputy to the Court at Plymouth in 1639 and 1640. He removed to New London in 1650, thence to Portsmouth in 1655 and in 1669 he was living in Providence, Rhode Island. He finally settled in Tiverton, R.I. and died there in 1672.
   * The Tabor Genealogy, Gc 929.2, 1966417, Ft. Wayne, IN 4-88, Harriet Tabor West (copied from the BIG BOOK which represents a life-long hobby in researach and recording of the Taber-Tabor Family lines and compiled by Charles Ayer Tabor (8th generation from Philip (1) Taber in 1634).
   Wright Taber Genealogy Book, A deed dated 1651 calls Cary Latham, brother-in-law, (Cary married Elizabeth, sister of Lydia)
   Full Context of The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-33
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   PHILIP TABOR
   ORIGIN: Unknown
   MIGRATION: 1633
   FIRST RESIDENCE: Watertown
   REMOVES: Yarmouth 1638, Martha's Vineyard, New London, Portsmouth 1656, Providence
   OCCUPATION: Sawyer and carpenter. On 1 April 1634 Phillip Tabor pledged to provide 200 feet of four-inch planks for the building of the sea fort [MBCR 1:114].
   CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Admission to Watertown church before 14 May 1634 implied by freemanship; called "of Watertown church" in 1640 Yarmouth baptism.
   FREEMAN: 14 May 1634 [MBCR 1:369]. Propounded freeman of Plymouth Colony 7 January 1638/9 and admitted 4 June 1639 [PCR 1:108, 126]. Received an inhabitant of Portsmouth, 14 February 1655[/6] [PoTR 69] and made a freeman of Rhode Island on 20 May 1656 [RICR 1:336] (after which he was added to the end of the Portsmouth section in the 1655 Rhode Island list of freemen [RICR 1:300]).
   OFFICES: Deputy to Plymouth General Court for Yarmouth, 4 June 1639, 2 June 1640 [PCR 1:126,155]. Committee to divide planting lands at Yarmouth, 5 March 1638/9 [PCR 1:117]. Portsmouth commissioner to General Court, 18 October 1660, 14 October 1663, 24 November 1663 [PoTR 96; RICR 1:431, 504, 508]. Portsmouth appointee to Rhode Island jury, 3 March 1656/7, 29 September 1660 [PoTR 74-75, 96]. Tax collector, 24 February 1661/2 [PoTR 109]. Constable, 2 June 1662 [PoTR 111]. Assessor, 7 July 1662, 16 March 1662/3 [PoTR 112, 117]. Portsmouth delegate to colony committee on raising money for Mr. John Clarke, 14 October 1663 [RICR 1:505]. Providence commissioner to General Court, 27 August 1661 [RICR 1:447]. Coroner's jury at Providence, 10 June 1669 [PrTR 5:337].
   ESTATE: Granted thirty acres in the Great Dividend at Watertown, 25 July 1636 [WaBOP 5]. On 27 December 1660, in laying out a highway in Portsmouth, mention is made of "the land of ...Philep Tabor" [PoTR 97], and again on 2 March 1660/1 reference is made to land of "Philep Tabor" [PoTR 103]. In a Providence tax list of 3 June 1671 Philip Tabor was assessed 1s. 10d. [PrTR 15:135].
   BIRTH: About 1605 (deposed 10 June 1669 aged sixty-four years or thereabout [PrTR 5:335]).
   DEATH: Certainly after 3 June 1671 (in tax list of that date [PrTR 15:135]) and probably after 24 February 1671/2 (when his testimony was presented in court [RICR 2:429]) and before 27 April 1682 (provision made to maintain widow Taber [PrTR 15:241]).
   MARRIAGE: (1) By 1639 Lydia Masters, daughter of JOHN MASTERS (his will of 19 December 1639 names daughter Lydia Taber [SPR 1:11]). (2) By 1669 Jane _____. She deposed on 10 June 1669 aged sixty-four years, and referred to Joseph Tabor as "her son-in-law" [PrTR 5:337], and was still living on 27 April 1682 when the town was considering making provision for her [PrTR 15:241].
   CHILDREN:With Lydia i JOHN, bp. Barnstable 8 November 1640 ("son of Phillipp Tabor dwelling at Yarmouth a member of the church at Watertown") [NEHGR 9:282]; living 21 October 1684 [PrTR 5:75].
   ii PHILIP, b. say 1642; m. by 1668 as her first husband Mary Cooke, daughter of John Cooke and granddaughter of FRANCIS COOKE (eldest child b. Dartmouth 28 January 1668; on 17 July 1673 John Cooke of Dartmouth, yeoman, deeded land to "my son-in-law Philip Tabor, mason, of Dartmouth, and Mary my daughter, now wife to the said Philip Tabor" [MD 10:45, citing PCLR 3:339; MFIP Cooke 3, 11-12]).
   iii THOMAS, b. say 1644; m. (1) by 1668 Esther Cooke, daughter of John Cooke and granddaughter of FRANCIS COOKE (eldest child b. Dartmouth 22 October 1668; in his will of 9 November 1694 John Cooke made bequests to grandson "Thomas Taber" and
   granddaughter Hester Perry [children of Thomas Tabor by his first wife] [MFIP Cooke 4 (citing BrPR 1:139-40), 11, 39-40; see also MD 10:44, citing PCLR 5:467]); m. (2) by 1673 Mary Thompson, daughter of John Tomson and granddaughter of FRANCIS COOKE (eldest child b. Dartmouth 8 August 1673; in his will of 23 April 1696 John Tomson bequeathed to "my daughter Mary Tabor" and on 19 June 1696 Thomas Tabor receipted for the bequest [MD 4:22-29, citing PPR 1:241-45; see also MD
   19:95]).
   iv JOSEPH, b. say 1646; m. (1) by about 1690 (and probably earlier) Hannah; m. (2) New London 14 November 1733 Mary (Perry) Gladden, widow of Thomas Gladden [TAG 72:329-32 and sources and arguments given there].
   v LYDIA, b. say 1648; m. (1) Providence 16 April 1664 as his second wife Pardon Tillinghast [TAG 72:332]; m. (2) Providence 4 November 1718 Samuel Mason of Swansea [RIVR 2:Providence:119].
   ASSOCIATIONS: William Palmer and Philip Tabor moved from Watertown to Yarmouth about the same time.
   COMMENTS: George L. Randall in Taber Genealogy: Descendants of Thomas son of Philip Taber (New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1924) made a number of erroneous claims which, although they may not have originated with this author, have been picked up by others. [1] Philip Taber first appears at Plymouth in 1630; there is no evidence for this, and the first record for Philip is in Massachusetts Bay in April 1634, implying arrival no later than 1633. [2] Philip Taber and Lydia Masters were married on 21 December 1639; this is in fact the date of her father's death and merely establishes a date ante quem for the marriage. [3] Philip Taber had a daughter Esther who married _____ Mayhew; there is no evidence that any member of the Mayhew family in the seventeenth century had a wife Esther, by any surname. [4] Philip Taber married second Jane Latham, sister of Cary Latham; Cary Latham's wife was also a daughter of John Masters, and it is through this connection that Latham and Taber were brothers-in-law. The hypothetical dates of birth for the children are based on dubious evidence. Many secondary sources state that Philip, Thomas and Joseph were baptized together in 1646. No primary evidence has been found for this statement, but in the absence of more useful evidence, these items will used to structure this family. The dates of birth were derived by first assuming that John was the oldest, then that the next three children were born at two-year intervals, and baptized together in 1646. These three children are listed here in the order that they are listed among the baptisms; this is consistent with the approximate dates of marriage for Philip and Thomas. Since Lydia was not stated to be among those baptized in 1646, she was most likely born later, and placing her birth in 1648 would make her sixteen at marriage, a reasonable age.
   Many sources state that Philip Tabor died in Tiverton, but he apparently died in 1672 or soon after, at a time when Tiverton had not yet been settled, and his widow remained in Providence for another decade. The confusion presumably arises since some descendants of Philip Tabor did reside in Tiverton. Since Philip Tabor received a grant of land at Watertown in 1636, but did not participate in either of the grants of 1637, he must have left Watertown late in 1636 or early in 1637. This was, however, before the settling of Yarmouth, so his whereabouts for a few years immediately after 1636 remain unknown.
  1. _UID: 5F3855E6C781477788F2267323C1420314B7
  2. Change Date: 18 OCT 2006

Father: James TABOR b: ABT 1538 in prob. Stovall, Essexshire, England

Mother: Susan MALTWOOD

Marriage 1 Lydia MASTERS b: ABT 1605 in England

   * Married: BEF 21 DEC 1639 in Tiverton, Newport Co., RI 1
   * Note:
         Lydia TABER mention in John MASTERS' will

Children

  1. Has No Children John TABER b: BEF 8 NOV 1640 in Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., MA
  2. Has Children Joseph TABER b: ABT 1642 in Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., MA
  3. Has Children Philip TABER b: ABT 1644 in Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Barnstable Co., MA
  4. Has Children Thomas TABER b: ABT 1646 in Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., MA
  5. Has Children Lydia Masters TABER b: ABT 1648 in Barnstable Co., MA

Citations

  1. [S40] J Edwards, WFT Vol. 1, Tree 0504.
  2. [S34] Taber Family Tree (Repository: Richard Smith Damon).
  3. [S9] George L Randall, Thomas, Son of Philip Taber.
  4. [S142] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins.
  5. [S18] Mary K Knudstrup, online www.familytreemaker.com/users/k/n/u/Mary-K-Knudstrup.
  6. [S142] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Tabor, Philip.

Sources:

  1. Type: Web Site
     Author: New England Genealogical Society
     Title: Taber Researchers
     URL: http://www.MyFamily.com/exec?c=Site&htx=Main&siteid=5USYAM
     Contact: Darryl Long 

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PHILIP1 TABER was born in 1605[11], and died in 1672 in Tiverton, Newport Co., Rhode Island[7, 13]. He married (1st) in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, on 21 Dec. 1639, (YB-3) LYDIA MASTERS of Cambridge, daughter of (YB-1) John and Jane Or Joan MASTERS. He married (2nd) JANE. [7, 9, 13, 3]

Freeman of Mass. Bay Colony Oct 1630, at Watertown in 1634. He was frequently

moving from one town to another to engage in business as a carpenter and

builder. When Yarmouth was first settled he went there and for 2 yrs was

Deputy to the General Court of Plymouth Colony 1639-40.

Moved to Martha'a Vineyard and lived at Pease's Point, Edgartown.

1651 helped build the Mill Dam at New London.

1654 chosen as 1 of the 4 magistrates to govern Martha's Vineyard.

1656 living at Portsmouth, RI, which he representated for 3 yrs at the General

Court of the Union of the R.I. Colonies.

1664 lived in Newport

1667 in Providence

1671 appeared in court with Roger Williams as witnesses [2]

FDR descends through son Thomas

Banks (1937-143) says he came from Kilmington, Somerset (7 mi. NE of Wincanton and 8 mi. E of Batcombe), Somerset. [12]

http://armidalesoftware.com/issue/full/Thaler_309_main.html

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    Philip Taber was born circa 1605. He was the son of James  Taber and Susam  Maltwood. Philip Taber is also recorded born on 1 September 1604 in Rommford, Essex, England.  He married first Lydia  Masters, daughter of John  Masters and Jane  Cox, before 21 December 1639 in Watertown, (now Middlesex County), Massachusetts Bay Colony.  Philip Taber married second Jane  (?) before 1669  Philip Taber died between 24 February 1672 and 27 April 1682 survived by Mrs  Jane (Latham) Taber.
    

Philip Taber has ID 1024 in Taber Family Tree.

Philip Taber has ID 1 in Descendants of Thomas, son of Philip Taber. Philip Taber is described in The Great Migration Begins. Philip Taber had arms. He immigrated before 1633 to in Watertown, (now Middlesex County), Massachusetts Bay Colony. He was a Sawyer and Carpenter.4 As of 1634, Philip Taber lived in Watertown, (now Middlesex County), Massachusetts Bay Colony. He was listed a freeman on 14 May 1634 in Watertown, (now Middlesex County), Massachusetts Bay Colony. He was listed prepounded freeman on 7 January 1638/39 in New Plymouth Colony. He was listed a freeman on 4 June 1639 in New Plymouth Colony. As of 1640, Philip Taber lived in Yarmouth, (now Barnstable County), New Plymouth Colony. He became a widower with the death of his wife, Lydia Masters before 1651 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony. As of 1653, Philip Taber lived in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. As of 1654, Philip Taber lived in New London, Connecticut. As of 1654, Philip Taber lived in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. As of 14 February 1655/56, Philip Taber lived in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. As of 1659, Philip Taber lived in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.

[S142] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Vol I-III, CD-ROM (n.p.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2000). Hereinafter cited as The Great Migration Begins.

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Husband's Name

Philips TABOR (AFN:229D-KP)  Pedigree  

Born:  1 Sep 1604  Place:  Of, Tiverton, Devonshire, England   
Died:  11 Dec 1669  Place:  , Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island   
Buried:  4 Mar 1693  Place:  , Providence, Providence, Rhode Island   
Married:  21 Dec 1639  Place:  , Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts   

Father:  John TABER ;[Sir] (AFN:W654-SJ)  Family  
Mother:  Mrs-John TABER (AFN:1141-B97)   

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Wife's Name

Lydia MASTERS (AFN:229D-LV)  Pedigree  

Born:  1605  Place:  Of, Tiverton, Devonshire, England   
Christened:  1609  Place:  Of, Tiverton, Devonshire, England   
Died:  1640  Place:  , Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts   
Buried:  1640  Place:  , New London, New London, Connecticut   
Married:  21 Dec 1639  Place:  , Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts   

Father:  John MASTERS (AFN:7TSS-JH)  Family  
Mother:  Jane Or Joan Mrs MASTERS (AFN:7TSS-KN)   

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Children

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1.  Sex  Name    
 F Lydia TABOR (AFN:2249-9KW)  Pedigree  

   Born:  Abt 1644   Place:  , , Rhode Island   
   Died:  1718   Place:    

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2.  Sex  Name    
 F Lydia TABER (AFN:18ZB-MM5)  Pedigree  

   Born:  1650   Place:  Barnstable, Barns., Mass.   
   Died:  1720   Place:    

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3.  Sex  Name    
 F Esther TABER (AFN:229F-NC)  Pedigree  

   Born:  1647   Place:  Barnstable, Barnstable, Ma   

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4.  Sex  Name    
 M Joseph TABER (AFN:8TG8-6K)  Pedigree  

   Born:  1646   Place:  Yarmouth, , Massachusetts   
   Christened:  1646   Place:  Barnstable, Barnstable, Mass   
   Died:  20 Jan 1734   Place:  New London, , Ct.   

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5.  Sex  Name    
 M Thomas TABER (AFN:214D-Q67)  Pedigree  

   Born:  1686   Place:  <Tiverton, Newport Co, Ri>   
   Christened:  1686   Place:  Barnstable, Barnstable, Ma   
   Died:  11 Nov 1720   Place:    

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6.  Sex  Name    
 M Thomas B. TABER (AFN:27ZR-22)  Pedigree  

   Born:  Feb 1644   Place:  Barnstable, Barnstable, Ma   
   Christened:  Feb 1646   Place:  Barnstable, Barnstable, Mass.   
   Died:  11 Nov 1730   Place:  Dartmouth, Bristol, Ma   
   Buried:  Jul 1748   Place:  Dartmouth, Bristol, Mass.   

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7.  Sex  Name    
 M John TABER (AFN:N6MH-S8)  Pedigree  

   Born:  Feb 1646   Place:  Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts   

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8.  Sex  Name    
 M Thomas TABER (TABOR) (AFN:22PN-2K0)  Pedigree  

   Born:  Feb 1646   Place:  Oxford Point, Near Fair Haven, Mass   
   Christened:  Feb 1646   Place:  Yarmouth, Barnstable, Ma   
   Died:  11 Nov 1720   Place:    

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9.  Sex  Name    
 M Phillip TABOR (AFN:229F-L1)  Pedigree  

   Born:  8 Feb 1646   Place:  Yarmouth Or, Chilmark, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts   
   Christened:  8 Feb 1646   Place:  Barnstable, Barnstable, Ma   
   Died:  11 Nov 1720   Place:  Dartmouth, Bristol, Mass.   
   Buried:  4 Mar 1693   Place:  Dartmouth, Bristol, Mass   

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10.  Sex  Name    
 F Lydia TABER (AFN:229D-BH)  Pedigree  

   Born:  8 Nov 1640   Place:  Barnstable, Barnstable, Ma   
   Christened:  1642   Place:  Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts   
   Died:  27 Jan 1718   Place:  Providence, Providence, Ri   
   Buried:    Place:  Providence, Providence, Ri   

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11.  Sex  Name    
 M John TABER (AFN:229F-JN)  Pedigree  

   Born:  8 Nov 1640   Place:  Barnstable, Barnstable, Ma   
   Christened:  8 Nov 1640   Place:  Barnstable, Barnstable, Mass.   
   Died:  1702   Place:  , , Mass.   
   Buried:  Aft 1702   Place:  Died Young   

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•ID: I4669

•Name: Philips Taber , Immigrant Ancestor

•Sex: M

•Birth: 1 SEP 1604 in Village of Tiverton, Tiverton Parish (Devonshire) England

•Death: 11 DEC 1669 in Tiverton Settlement, Massacchusetts Bay Colony

•Burial: UNKNOWN New London, Connecticut

•Note:

1605c: Philip Taber was born.

"New England Marriages Prior to 1700" compiled by Clarence Almon Torrey; p. 725; The Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc.; Baltimore, Maryland; 1985 (974.0 NEa/Marriage SCGS)

1630, October: Philip Tabor evidently was a man of means and good standing; he was made freeman at the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

"Franklin D. Roosevelt's Colonial Ancestors: their part in the making of American history" by Alvin Page Johnson; p. 134; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard; Boston, Massachusetts; 1933c (HeritageQuest),

1633c: Philip Tabor migrated to America and settled in Watertown.

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1634c: He was made freeman at Watertown, Massachusetts.

"Franklin D. Roosevelt's Colonial Ancestors: their part in the making of American history" by Alvin Page Johnson; p. 134; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard; Boston, Massachusetts; 1933c (HeritageQuest)

1634, April 1: Phillip Tabor pledged to provide 200 feet of four-inch planks for the building of the sea fort [MBCR 1:114].

"Franklin D. Roosevelt's Colonial Ancestors: their part in the making of American history" by Alvin Page Johnson; p. 134; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard; Boston, Massachusetts; 1933c (HeritageQuest)

1634, May 14: He was a member of the Watertown church.

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1634, May 14: He was made freeman [MBCR 1:369].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1636, July 25" Phillip Tabor was granted thirty acres in the Great Dividend at Watertown [WaBOP 5].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1638c: He removed to Yarmouth, Massachusetts.

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1639, January 7: He was propounded freeman and admitted to Plymouth Colony [PCR 1:108, 126].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1639, March 5: He was on a committee to divide planting lands at Yarmouth [PCR 1:117].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1639, June 4: He was a Deputy to Plymouth General Court for Yarmouth [PCR 1:126, 155].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1640c: He was baptized "of Watertown church".

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1640, June 2: He was a Deputy to Plymouth General Court for Yarmouth [PCR 1:126, 155].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1654c: Philip Tabor was chosen one of the four magistrates to govern Martha's Vineyard.

"Franklin D. Roosevelt's Colonial Ancestors: their part in the making of American history" by Alvin Page Johnson; p. 134; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard; Boston, Massachusetts; 1933c (HeritageQuest)

1656c: He removed to Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1656, February 14: He was received an inhabitant of Portsmouth [PoTR 69].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1656, May 20: He was made freeman of Rhode Island [RICR 1:336].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1660, October 18: He served as a Portsmouth commissioner to General Court [PoTR 96; RICR 1:431, 504, 508].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1660, September 29: Portsmouth appointee to Rhode Island jury [PoTR 74-75, 96].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1660, December 27: In laying out a highway in Portsmouth, mention is made of "the land of . . . Philep Tabor" [PoTR 97]

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1661, March 2: Reference is made to land of "Philep Tabor" [PoTR 103].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1661, August 27: He was a Providence commissioner to General Court [RICR 1:447].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1662, February 24: He was a Tax collector [PoTR 109].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1662, June 2: He was a Constable [PoTR 111].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1662, July 67: He was an Assessor [PoTR 112, 117].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1663, March 16: He was an Assessor [PoTR 112, 117].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1663, October 14 : He served as a Portsmouth commissioner to General Court [PoTR 96; RICR 1:431, 504, 508].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1663, November 24: He served as a Portsmouth commissioner to General Court [PoTR 96; RICR 1:431, 504, 508].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1664c: Philips Tabor was living in Newport, Rhode Island

1667c: He was in Providence, Rhode Island where his daughter Lydia was living with her husband, Pardon Tillinghast, the noted Baptist minister, builder of the first wharf at Providence and as a merchant, the founder of a wealthy and noted family.

"Franklin D. Roosevelt's Colonial Ancestors: their part in the making of American history" by Alvin Page Johnson; p. 134; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard; Boston, Massachusetts; 1933c (HeritageQuest)

1667, March 3: Portsmouth appointee to Rhode Island jury [PoTR 74-75, 96].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1671, June 3: In a Providence tax list, Philip Tabor was assessed £00-01-10 [PrTR 15:135].

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

1672c: Philip Tabor died at Tiverton Settlement, Massachusetts Bay Colony.

"Franklin D. Roosevelt's Colonial Ancestors: their part in the making of American history" by Alvin Page Johnson; p. 134; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard; Boston, Massachusetts; 1933c (HeritageQuest)

Marriage 1 Jane (b) Latham b: 1605

Marriage 2 Lydia (a) Masters b: 1605 in Village of Tiverton, Tiverton Parish (Devonshire) England

•Married: 19 DEC 1639 in Cambridge Settlement, Massachusetts Bay Colony

•Note:

1639, December 19: Philip Taber married Lydia Masters at Cambridge Settlement, Massachusetts Bay Colony. Children, born at Barnstable, Massachusetts: 1) Lydia (twin) (see below); 2) John (twin); born November 8, 1640; married c1669, Sarah Cooke at Dartmouth; died c1702; 3) Thomas; born c1646; married June 1672, Mary Thompson; died November 11, 1720 at Dartmouth, Massachusetts; 4) Philip, Jr.; born February 6, 1646 and 5) Joseph; born c1646; married (1st) 1680, Hannah Gray; married (2nd) c1705, Mary Gladden; died January 20, 1734 in New London, Connecticut.

"The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633" by Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston, Massachusetts; 1995 (974.A549 LAPL) (F7.G74 1995 CSL)

Additional Resources:

1) "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" compiled by Clarence Almon Torrey; p. 725; The Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc.; Baltimore, Maryland; 1985 (974.0 NEa/Marriage SCGS)

Children

1. Lydia (b) Taber , Twin b: 8 NOV 1640 in Yarmouth Settlement, Plymouth Colony



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Immigration: Abt. 1630 arrived at Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.
Marriage data:                                                                                                                                           wife #1- Lydia Masters Abt. 12/21/1639 in probably Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA

wife #2- Jane Lathum Abt. 1669

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Marriage to: #1 wife-Lydia Masters- Abt. 12/21/1639 marriage to #2 wife- Jane Lathum Abt. 1669
Immigration: Abt. 1630 arrived in Plymouth, MA., USA
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Deacon Philip Taber, Sr.'s Timeline

1604
September 1, 1604
Kilmington, Somerset, England
1630
1630
Age 25
Plymouth, New Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts, USA
1633
1633
Age 28
Watertown, MA
1638
1638
Age 33
Providence, Rhode Island
1640
November 8, 1640
Age 36
Sandwich, Cape Cod, Plymouth Colony
November 8, 1640
Age 36
Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA, USA
1642
1642
Age 37
1644
February 16, 1644
Age 39
Yarmouth, (Present Barnstable County, Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts)
1646
February 8, 1646
Age 41
Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
February 8, 1646
Age 41
Barnstable, Barnstable, Ma