- His name is No. 71 on the List of Members in Boston. On 3 May 1631, he served on the jury concerning the charge of battery complained of by Thomas Dexter against Capt. Endicott. On 3 Sept. 1633 he gave his consent to a case of difference between he, Richard Wright and Thomas Dexter to be heard by Mr. Endicott and Mr. Nowell. By Nov. of 1634, he was in Ipswich where he was granted 6 acres on the west side of town, south of the great Swamp. This land was near the homes of Richard Saltonstall and Samuel Appleton. In 1634, he was granted 60 acres of meadow laid out by Mr. William Clarke and John Shatswell.
Upon his death, Richard Saltonstall, Esq., was named executor. Other advisors to the widow Sarah Dillingham were Gov. Thomas Dudley and Samuel Appleton.