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Descendants of John Tripp

Generation No. 1

      1. John2 Tripp (Nathaniel1) was born 1575 in Skirbeck, Northumberland, England, and died WFT Est. 1613-1672 in Possibly Northumberland Co., England. He married Isabela Moses 1608 in Skirbeck, Northumberland Co., England. She was born 1579 in Skirbeck, Northumberland Co., England, and died WFT Est. 1612-1674 in Possibly Northumberland Co., England.\\\\

Notes for John Tripp:
      I. Lineage beginning with John Tripp:
The name of Tripp supposedly began with Lord Howard at the siege of Boulogne. Henry the Fifth asked how they took the town and castle, and Howard answered, "I tripped the walls". Then his Majesty said, "Tripp" shall be thy name and no longer Howard, and he honored him with a scaling ladder for a coat of arms. This information found in DOOMSDAY BOOK IN TITLE LANDS OF ENGLAND.
      This family record begins with John Tripp, who was born in Skirbeck, England, and married Isabel Moses, who was born in 1575 in Northumberland, England. It has been mentioned that his father was Nathaniel Tripp, who was born in 1549 in Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, England. Mr and Mrs John Tripp lived in Lincolnshire, Northumberland County, England. Although John Jr. Tripp - b. 1610 Mentions About twelve children in his family, we only have a record of Two children - John & Ann.
Children of John Tripp and Isabela Moses are:
+ 2 i.   Ann3 Tripp, born 1605 in Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, England; died Abt. 1649.
+ 3 ii.   John Tripp, born 1610 in Lincolnshire Northumberland Co., England; died February 12, 1677/78 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.

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