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Mary Tripp (Paine)

Also Known As: "Mary Ann (Paine) Tripp Engall"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Lincolnshire, England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Portsmouth, (Present Newport County), Dominion of New England (Present Rhode Island), (Present USA)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Anthony Paine and Alice Paine
Wife of John Tripp; John Tripp, of Portsmouth, Rhode Island and Benjamin Engell
Mother of Peleg Tripp, Sr.; John Tripp; Joseph Tripp; Mary Gatchell; Samuel Tripp and 8 others
Sister of Alice Strange; Child Paine; Rebecca Kendall and Anthony Paine

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About Mary Tripp

Mary Paine was born in 1611 at England, United Kingdom.1,2 Mary Paine died on 12 February 1687/88 at Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI.1 She was buried in February 1687/88 at Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI.1

She was the daughter of Anthony Paine and Susannah Rose Potter.2

married

  1. John Tripp on 4 April 1639 at Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI.1
  2. Benjamin Engell on 4 April 1682.2

Children of Mary Paine and John Tripp

   * John Tripp+1,2 b. 1640, d. 20 Nov 1719
   * Peleg Tripp+1 b. 1642, d. 13 Jan 1714/15
   * Joseph Tripp+1 b. 1644, d. 17 Nov 1718
   * Mary Tripp+1 b. 1646, d. a 1716
   * Elizabeth Tripp+1 b. 1648, d. a 1701
   * Alice Tripp+1 b. 1650, d. 1698
   * Isabel Tripp+1 b. 1651, d. b 1716
   * Abiel Tripp+1 b. 1653, d. 10 Sep 1684
   * James Tripp+1 b. 1656, d. 30 May 1730
   * Martha Tripp+1 b. 1658, d. a 1717

Citations

  • 1. Dale Thompson, Tripp Gedcom - D.Thompson.
  • 2. Illean Hammar and Earnest Klein, Tripps of Quinte, page v.

notes


i. John TRIPP Junior was born in 1640 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. He died on 20 Nov 1719 in South Kingston, Washington Co., Rhode Island. He was christened. John Tripp Junior is my 7th Great Grand Uncle, was honored for being the first born Tripp in this colony, as well as the first born of John Tripp the founder; References: Randall, John manuscript from the New Bedford Library; Briffni Whelan, decendant who contributed much, especialy daughters of John Tripp the founder as well as other daughters not ordinarily followed through a non Tripp name. John Tripp Junior was child number 1 of John Tripp the Founder. Following is information from Valentine Research Studio, of Washington D.C., written by Caroline Valentine, and published in 1932: John, the eldest son of the Founder, sustained the family traditions in his marriage with Susanna Anthony. With James, and Abiel, he had prominent part in peopling New York, as Colony and State, as also the great lands to the west. His father's will gave him most of the Portsmouth holdings, the homestead place. Among the sons of John the Pioneer, young John was naturally held the most important because he was the oldest son; Joseph held first place because he had the largest family; Peleg, perhaps because of his greater public service; James because of his greater wealth; while Abiel perhaps was first in the family thought because he was mourned so early. Each held the others in high regard and rightly so. Bock: (Austin 208; Janet Pease; Portsmouth VR 1:62; Arnold 4:45; Randall, James Tripp 5-7; Will of John Tripp; Maurine Krohn, Tripp Trails 2:23-4; Michael Shoemaker Book [1924] 554-5; RI GR 3:#7, 25-6; Beamon, Newport County Mar from Probates [Portsmouth Land Evidence 2/1:137]).

                     Herman William Tripp--Remembering......Uncle John

ii. Peleg TRIPP.

iii. Joseph TRIPP was born in 1644 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. He died on 17 Nov 1718 in Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachussetts. He was christened. References: Randall, Joseph manuscript from the New Bedford Library, 9th Cousin Breffni Wheland, decendant who specializes in John Tripp, the Founders decendants, as well as daughters not ordanarily covered. Joseph Tripp is my 7th Great Grand Uncle and was honored for the largest family and is known as the chief ancestor of northern America Tripps. Bock: He was possibly the Joseph Tripp appointed in 1697 to make the division of the estate of William Wood of Dartmouth ( Wright ). (Austin 208; Randall, James Tripp 5-6; Dartmouth VR 3:75;2:509: Wright, Deecendant of Philip Taber [1952] 3;MA IGI [m]. Joseph Tripp was child number 3 of John Tripp the Founder. The following information is taken from Valentine Research Studio, of Washington D.C., written by Caroline Valentine, and published in 1932: Joseph Tripp seems to have ranked next to Peleg in public service. It was wholly natural for the Founder's sons to be graduated into the service of their town and later into the General Court of Tryals. In the year 1671, before Joseph was thirty years old, "John Tripp, Shaft Carpenter", granted to Josph Tripp, of Dartmouth in the Colloney of Plymouth, one fourth of one whole or interger portion of a Lot belonging to one pupchaser, it being half "of that which...John Tripp bought of John Alden of Duxbury, to be holden as of His Majesty, his Manor of East Greenwich." The witnesses were William Hall Senior. and William Junior. A similar quarter-share deed was made out by John Tripp Senior to son Peleg, with a proviso that, if Peleg should sell, it shall be only to John senior or his heirs. Evidently this was considered a choice property. It was on the mainland, and the New England Tripp center has ever since been at this point, now Westport and Fair Haven. Westport Vital Records give literally pages of Tripp marriages, etc. After John Alden became famous, probably it was worth something to be connected with him even in a commercial transaction. But there was, also, an Alden-Tripp marriage early--that of another Joseph Tripp. Still another Joseph married Elizabeth Smith, August 24 1685. Some of their children settled in Cayuga County, New York. The county court-house at Auburn has numerous Tripp records, the greater part being of this group. most of the New York "Tripp centers threw off lines to the west. This was true of this Joseph line also. Joseph probably did more than any of his brothers in peopling the United States. Marrying into Haviland, Sherman and other good families, his children also gave much added strength to the Tripp lines. Mary began the Waite-Tripp lines, so prolific; the second Abiel beginning a Tripp-Tripp line near 1700, in marrying his cousin, Eleanor, daughter of Mary Tripp and Thomas Waite. This Tripp line thus became intensively "of Abiel" and "of Joseph". Lois Tripp, descending from Peleg and Judge Job of Exeter brought us the blood of a third son of the Founder, and placed the descendants in northern New York as Waites. After 1800 Joseph's line came into Cayuga County of that state. Herman William Tripp--Remembering......Uncle Joe

iv. Mary TRIPP was born in 1646 in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. She died in 1716. She was christened. Mary Tripp is my 7th Great Grand Aunt. Mary Tripp was child number 4 of John Tripp the Founder. 9th Cousin Breffni Whelan, decendant, gave us much info on daughters such as Mary, John Tripp the Founder's daughter, and their offspring. All decendants information about Mary comes from Breffni Whelan, White City, Oregon. He referenced Twenty-one Nichols Families in New England, by Robert E. Nichols. 1983, 18 pages. Decendants of Robert Spink of Kingstowne, by Alden Gamaliel Beaman. In Rhode Island Genealogical Register, April and July 1980, July 1982. Compendium of American Genealogy for John and Elizabeth ( Hall ) Tibbitts decendants. Halls of New England: Genealogical and Biographical, by Reverend David B. Hall, Albany, New York 1883. Bock: (Austin 208; Randall, James Tripp 5-7; Beaman, Newport County Mar.,mentioned in will of Alice Strange d. 1688 as m Mr. Gatchell (Portsmouth Rec., 315-6; Portsmouth Land Evidence, 2/1:129,160,286; For King and Country II:91). Herman William Tripp--Remembering.......7th Great GrandAunt Mary Tripp and all of her decendants.............

v. Elizabeth TRIPP was born in 1648 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. She died in 1706. Elizabeth Tripp Hall is my 7th Great Grand Aunt. She was child number 5 of John Tripp the Founder. Most of Elizabeth Tripp Hall decendants were contributed by Breffni Whelan, Rin number 32062 of White City, Oregon. He referenced: Twenty-One Nichols Families in New England, by Robert E. Nichols. 1983, 18 pages. Descendants of Robert Spink of Kingstowne, by Alden Gamaliel Beaman. In Rhode Island Genealogical Register, April and July 1980, July 1982. Compendium of American Genealogy for John and Elizabeth (Hall) Tibbitts descendants. Halls of New England: Genealogical and Biographical, by Reverend David B. Hall, Albany, New York 1883. Bock: (Austin 208; Randall, James Tripp 5-7; Beaman, Mar. from Probates, 10:340 [Portsmouth Rec., 315-6, Protsmouth Land Evidence 2/1:129,160,286 Herman William Tripp--Remembering...... 7th Great GrandAunt Elizabeth and all of her decendants.............

vi. Alice TRIPP was born in 1650 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. She died in 1710. She was christened. Alice Tripp is my 7th Great Grand Aunt. She was child number 6 of John Tripp the Founder. Breffni Whelan Rin number 32062 of White City Oregon contributed almost all of Alice Tripp Hall's decendancy. He referenced: Twenty-One Nichols Families in New England, by Robert E. Nichols. 1983, 18 pages. Descendants of Robert Spink of Kingstowne, by Alden Gamaliel Beaman. In Rhode Island Genealogical Register, April and July 1980, July 1982. Compendium of American Genealogy for John and Elizabeth (Hall) Tibbitts descendants. Halls of New England: Genealogical and Biographical, by Reverend David B. Hall, Albany, New York 1883. Austin, 208; Randall James Tripp 5-7). Herman William Tripp--Remembering......7th Great GrandAunt Alice and all of her decendants.........

vii. Isabelle TRIPP was born in 1651 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. She died in 1716 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. She was christened. Isabel Tripp is my 7th Great Grand Aunt. She was the 7th child of John Tripp the Founder. She married Samsom Sherman on March 4 1675 exactly 270 years before Clara and I were married at the Paton Methodist Church. In other words we were married on their 270th wedding anniversary. Our 50th wedding anniversary, coming up soon will be on their 320th. References: Randall, James manuscript; Breffni Whelan, decendant: Isabell Tripp information comes from 9th Cousin Brefnni Whelan, from White City, Oregon. He referenced Twenty One Nichols Families in New England, by Robert E. Nichols, 1983 18 pages; Bock: (Randall James Tripp 5-7; Austin 208; Arnold 4:45 [m]; Portsmouth VR 1:18 [m]; Reverend David Sherman, "The Sherman Family" in NEHGR [1870] 24:68; Roy Sherman, "Some of the Descendants of Philip Sherman, the First Secretary of Rhode Island" [Akron, Ohio, 1968] 385-7; "Descendants of William Chase of Yarmouth" in Connecticutt Quarterly...4:118; Everett Bentley Baker, M.D., 105 Sunset Lane, Barnstabel Massachusetts 02630 in NEXUS IV:#2:89; Doctor Dorothy Branson, 797 S.James Rd., April 14, Columbus Ohio 43227 in Tripp Trails 1:20-21; Beaman, Newport County Mar in Probate Rec., 10:341 [Portsmouth Rec., 315--6; Portsmouth Land Evidence 2/1:129,160,286]). Herman William Tripp--Remembering......Great GrandAunt Isabelle

viii. Abiel TRIPP was born in 1653 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. He died on 10 Sep 1684 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. He was christened. He was buried. Abiel Tripp is my 7th Great Grand Uncle. References: Randall, Abiel manuscript from the New Bedford Library; Breffni Whelan, decendant and my 9th cousin, who specializes on John the founder and offspring; Following is a record verbatim from Valentine Research Studio, of Washington D.C., written by Caroline Valentine, and published in 1932: Abiel Tripp Founds a Line The Abiel to whom the known early "double cousins" and many other cousins trace, did not have his "chance" with the rest. Instead of a long life and quiver full of children, he had but a brief, promising youth, and a single child, a son, born just before the father's death, to carry on the name. This first Abiel indeed began well. He was admitted as freeman of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, May 6, 1679, as Abiel of Portsmouth; where he was already a freeman of the town, owning property. Of all but eldest sons, this was required. On May 16, 1682, he is recorded as voting. In 1679, at twenty-six, he was Surveyor of Cattle for Portsmouth, a position requiring quick and keen decisions, and ripened judgment. The Tripp-Hall minds marched so well together that his marriage with a third Hall must have greatly gratified the parents on both sides, two of his sisters having married Halls also. The first Abiel Tripp died at thirty-one, and to the tiny son, Abiel, who first saw the light only three months earlier, came the responsibility for all the long line of Tripps who followed these two. Even the junior Abiel was survived by only two sons, Thomas of Tiverton, and Joseph, who married Frances Hall. Although the second in this Abiel line, the Junior Abiel, was not actually the second Abiel Tripp in America. For a cousin of this same name, born in 1681 in Joseph's line, led him in time by three years. There were four Johns, grandsons to the Founder. John, the oldest son of the Founder's eldest, was by common consent known as the "John Junior". He also produced an Abiel in 1709; so that there were three lines of Abiels evolved to cross and entangle one another, before the fifth genration even began to appear. Deliverance,the young widow of the first Abiel, soon married Thomas Durfee. The interests of Abiel, the son, were cared for by a special act of the legislature; whereby, on petition by Thomas, for himself and wife, the ferry between Rhode Island and Bristol, to the north west, was "confirmed" upon the heir of Abiel Senior. It was enacted that the ferry "be stated upon said Thomas Durfee and his wife until the heir of said Abiel come of age". Accordingly, after some little apparent competition between young Abiel's guardians and John Burden, in 1698 "the Liberty of the Ferry" was voted, for the seven years next ensuing, to Abiel Tripp and John Burden and their heirs, etc., "as formerly", under Thomas Durfee and his wife Deliverance. This was an important ferry, leading to the mainland over a stretch of the bay. It was for that day a big business asset of the colony of Portsmouth and of Newport. It was strictly censored, and the act of confirmation required that the Ferry Masters carry all Magistrates, Deputies and Jurymen, and all other persons being upon his Magisty's service, and the post ferriage, free. They were warned, also, "not to exceed their usual price for ferriage", etc. Since Abiel's wharf in Rhode Island was at the Island end of the Ferry, it is easy to see how convenient it was for the town to make the first young Abiel, and his son after him, surveyor of the cattle being taken off the island. Just as easy, probably, was it for the Abiels to root them selves in the soil of Tiverton. At all events, Thomas was seated there; John Junior, son of John and Susanna Anthony became a fixture there also. Othniel, John Junior's son, staid until his own first wife died, apparently. Before coming of age, young Abiel allied himself with Eleanor Waite. They were married the day after her sixteenth birthday. The two were cousins; Eleanor's mother having been born Mary Tripp. They lived at Tiverton. Of course there was a namesake for Abiel, the father and for the young Grandfather (now more than twenty years dead); but this child, born in 1707, died in infancy. As John the Founder's line, the Abiel line started in Portsmouoth; as an Abiel line, it started in Portsmouth, but passed to Tiverton, where John Junior's Abiel was also seated, and later, to New York. Bock:(Portsmouth VR 1:3; Arnold 4:102). Herman William Tripp--Remembering......Uncle Abiel

ix. James TRIPP was born in 1656 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. He died on 30 May 1730 in Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. He was christened. James Tripp is my 7th Great Grand Uncle, and was honored for his great wealth. James Tripp was child number 9 of John Tripp the Founder. References: Randall, James manuscript from the New Bedford Library; Breffni Whelan, decendant who suplied much information on their offspring. Bock: ( Randall, James Tripp 5-7; IGI, birth at Newport; Wilbur, Little Compton Fam; Arnold 4:45; Portsmouth VR 1:3 [1/M]; Austin 208; Dartmouth VR 3:75, 2:58; Bristol Co. Probates 7:62,71; MA IGI [b,3m], POB as Dartmouth; John Baldwin). Herman William Tripp--Remembering......Uncle James

x. Martha TRIPP was born in 1658 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. She died in 1717. She was christened. Martha Tripp is my 7th Great Grand Aunt. Martha Tripp was child number 10 of John Tripp the Founder. References: 9th Cousin Breffni Whelan, decendant specializes on John Tripp the Founders decendants, and their offspring. He is responsible for almost all of John's daughter's decendants. Bock: (Austin 208; Randall, James Tripp 6; Beaman, Newport Co. Mar., ment in will of Alice Strange, died 1688 ( Portsmouth Rec., 315-6; Portsmouth Land Evidence, 2/1:129,160,286). Herman William Tripp--Remembering......Great GrandAunt Martha

xi. Sylvanus TRIPP was born in 1660 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. He died in 1741 in Kittery, York County, Maine. He was christened. He was buried in Kittery, York County, Maine. Sylvanus Tripp is my 7th Great Grand Uncle. Sylvanus Tripp was possibly child number 11 of John Tripp the Founder. At one time he was reported lost at sea, but turned up later in Kittery, Maine, which was part of Massachusetts at the time. John's letter backs up that theory. No one knows for certain, but the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints Library lists Sylvanus as son of John Tripp, the founder. References: Randall, Sylvanus manuscript from the New Bedford Library; Bock: The name Tripe was used for the first 4 generation, but later descendants used Tripp. Maine was part of Massachusetts at this time. Sylvanus, a weaver, bought land from Margaret's mother that later was known as Tripe's Point and is now part of Kittery Navy Yard. His will, written 29 December 1714, proved May 10, 1716, left his entire estate to wife Margaret for maintenance for herself and their eight children.(Old Kittery and her Families, 83; Jewett, Maquire Anc., 273-283; Valentine 139-140, additional land rec; GEMNH 694; Catherine Briggs, date of death as 1716; Sybil Noyes et al, " Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire" [Baltimore, 1983] 694; Randall, Sylvanus Tripp, unp. ms at New Bedford Library). Herman William Tripp--Remembering...Uncle Sylvanus

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Siblings: Alice who died 1690 and sibling name unknown who died young.

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•ID: I424613

•Name: Mary PAINE

•Sex: F

•Change Date: 12 AUG 2002

•Burial: FEB 1687/88 Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

•Birth: 1611 in England, United Kingdom

•Death: 12 FEB 1687/88 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

Father: Anthony PAINE

Mother: Susannah Rose POTTER

Marriage 1 John TRIPP b: 06 FEB 1609/10 in Horkstow near Barton on Humber, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom

•Married: 04 APR 1639 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

Children

1. John TRIPP b: 1640 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

2. Martha TRIPP b: 1658 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

3. Peleg TRIPP b: 1642 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

4. Joseph TRIPP b: 1644 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

5. Mary TRIPP b: 1646 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

6. Elizabeth TRIPP b: 1648 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

7. Alice TRIPP b: 1650 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

8. Isabel TRIPP b: 1651 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

9. Abiel TRIPP b: 1653 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

10. James TRIPP b: 1656 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI

Marriage 2 Benjamin ENGELL

•Married: 04 APR 1682

Mary Paine was born in 1611 at England, United Kingdom.1,2 She was the daughter of Anthony Paine and Susannah Rose Potter.2 Mary Paine married John Tripp on 4 April 1639 at Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI.1 Mary Paine married Benjamin Engell on 4 April 1682.2 Mary Paine died on 12 February 1687/88 at Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI.1 She was buried in February 1687/88 at Portsmouth, Newport Co., RI.1

-------------------- Acus was son of Benoni Tripp and Elizabeth Mosher who married on 21 Nov 1728 at Little Compton, Newport, RI. Benoni was probably born ca 1706, son of Job Tripp and a first wife who must have married prior to 1706. This wife apparently died and Job married second Elizabeth Sweet, daughter of James Sweet and Jane Browning. Job was the son of Peleg Tripp and Anne Sisson; Peleg the son of John Tripp and Mary Paine.

The children of Job and his first wife are:

1. Job Jr. b 1701

2. Isaac, b 1704, m Sarah Dow

3. Mehitable, bc 1705

4. Benoni, b 1706, m Elizabeth Mosher

5. Ann, bc 1707, m Robert John Moon 1729 Kingston

6. Mary, bc 1709, m John Dawley 1730

7. Phebe, bc 1710, m William Rice 1730

8. William, bc 1712, m Mary Wilcox and Mary Waite

9. Abigail, bc 1713, m Henry Greene and Benjamin Tanner

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Marriage #1 to: John Tripp Abt. 4/30/1639

2nd marriage to #2 Benjamin Ingall 4/04/1682 --------------------

Marriage Data:
Marries #1 John Tripp- Abt. 4/30/1639 in probably Portsmouth, Newport County, RI., USA
Marries #2 Benjamin Ingall- Abt. 4/04/1682 in probably Portsmouth, Newport County, RI., USA
Probate Abt. 8/10/1690 in probably Portsmouth, Newport County, RI., USA
Will Abt. 03/18/1687/1688 probably Portsmouth, Newport County, RI., USA
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Mary Tripp's Timeline

1611
1611
Lincolnshire, England, (Present UK)
1622
1622
Age 11
Buckinghamshire, England
1638
1638
Age 27
Northumberland, England
1638
Age 27
(Present Rhode Island), (Present USA)
1640
1640
Age 29
Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island
1640
Age 29
1642
1642
Age 31
Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island, Colonial America
1644
1644
Age 33
Portsmouth, (Present Newport County), Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, (Present USA)
1646
1646
Age 35
Portsmouth, Newport, RI, United States
1648
1648
Age 37
Portsmouth, (Present Newport County), Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, (Present USA)