Thomas Savery or Seaver (c.1572 - c.1674) MP

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Birthplace: Hanington, Wiltshire, England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts), (Present USA)
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About Thomas Savery or Seaver

Thomas was one of four men sent by John Howland in 1634 to cut the moorings of John Hocking's ship. Hocking aimed his gun first at Thomas and then shot and killed Moses Talbot instead. In Oct 1636, Savory was found guilty of drunkenness, and was sentenced to be whipped. In 1652 Savory was under Marshall or executioner of Plymouth Colony. In 1659/1660 he was fined five shillings for being drunk. On 7 Jun 1670 he was dismissed from his office of under Marshall, having been found several times unfaithful to the office and especially for letting Joseph Turner escape, but on his petition he was restored to his office on 5 Jul 1670.

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Thomas Seaver's Timeline

1572
1572
Hanington, Wiltshire, England, (Present UK)
1601
May 14, 1601
Age 29
., Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
1606
January 20, 1606
Age 34
UK
1606
Age 34
Hannington, Wiltshire, England, (Present UK)
1606
Age 34
England, (Present UK)
1609
1609
Age 37
England, (Present UK)
1610
1610
Age 38
Norwich, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
1636
1636
Age 64
Plymouth, Mass.
1638
1638
- 1640
Age 66
Boston, Mass.
1674
April 6, 1674
Age 102
(Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts), (Present USA)