- On 9 Apr 1639, he received a grant of a “house lott one acre of ground lying at the West end of the high street” in Ipswich. On 4 June 1639, he purchased from William Whitred, a carpenter, a house and additional buildings on one half acre of land “lying to the street called the East end.”
Thomas and his wife moved from Ipswich, Mass., to live with their daugher Mary Kimball after her husband was killed by Indians. See the notes for Thomas Kimball on how this happened.
Savage says: THOMAS, Ipswich, 1641, is, perhaps, the same wh. had w. Joanna in 1655, and there is call. sen. 1679. [2, 3]