Genealogical Dictionary of New England Settlers
John Talcott. Goodwin calls him Rev. but the reason for this distinct. is not seen. The f. made his will at Hartford and d. there. *SAMUEL, Roxbury 1631, br. of John, came in the Lion, arr. in Nov. freem. 7 Aug. foll. prob. rem. to Cambridge, was rep. at the May sess. 1635, and rem. with Gov. Haynes, or rather as his forerun. to Hartford, where in Apr. 1636, he was made constable, and engag. in adjust. the bounds of the first settlem. of Windsor and Wethersfield, was k. in the summer of 1641, with capt. Pierce at Providence in the Bahamas, as told by Winthrop, II. 33.
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