Merrihew, Teag(u)e1635 - Abt 1705 (~ 75 years)
Name Merrihew, Teag(u)e Born Between 1630 and 1635 Kent, England Gender Male Died Abt 1705 Probably Mass. Person ID I3433 32 Generations Last Modified 2 Aug 2005
Children 1. Merrihew, Josiah, b. Apr 1673, Yarmouth, Barnstable Co. MA , d. Yes, date unknown Family ID F2840 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Pioneer Irish in New England
CHAPTER VII page 106
for being overtaken in drink;Plymouth Colony Records, Vol. 4, p. 29.18 and on June 15, 166 7 , Teage Jones was returned by the Selectmen of the Town of Yarmouth for not coming to meet ing.Ibid., p. 153.19 In 1675 Teague Jones, Jr., and his brother, Samue l, were enrolled for s ervice in King Philips War. In the next year a rate was struck to defray the expenses of th e war, and Teague Jones, Sr., and Teage Merrihew of Y armouth were assessed 2s. 4d. and 1s. 4 d. respectively for their shares.See list in Freemans Annals of the Thirteen Towns of Barnst able County,
Vol. 2, p. 194, Boston, 1869.20 Jeremiah Jones, son of Teague, was sued by Thomas Sturges f o r debt in the Plymouth Court on March 15, 1684, and the marriage of Jeremiah Jones and Eli zabeth Hall was recorded at Yarmouth on April 27, 1699. She was a daughter of Thomas Folland , who was the Thomas Fallon of Yarmouth, later referred to. Teage Williams, Irishman, 18, wa s listed among the passengers on the Marg arett from Plymouth, which arrived at Boston in 163 3; and in 1681 Teage Clark of Wells, Maine, had land transactions with Thomas Brackett.York , Maine, Deeds.2 1 People bearing such surnames as Jones, Merrihew and Williams may not usua lly be considered Irish, yet the fact that these men were baptised Teague of its elf warrant s the conclusion that they were Irishmen.
Pioneer Irish in New England, p.282 APPENDIX PERSONS MENTIONED IN NEW ENGLAND RECORDS OF T H E SEVENTEENTH CENTURY page 294 Teague Merrihew Yarmouth, Mass. 1676