NameThomas Dibble 113893,113895,114048,113899
Birthca 1613
Will Filed17 Feb 1699, Windsor, Hartford County, CT114049
Will Filed Memo/1700 Will dated
Deathaft 17 Feb 1699, Windsor, Hartford County, CT114049
Death Memo/1700
Research
Passengers to America12564 (Him? His sister, see below source?)
More Passengers for New England Image90of567 Pg 78 Weymouth 20 Mar 1635: No. 72 Thomas Dible husband aged 22 yeare; No. 73 Francis Dible Soror aged 24 yeare

The Planters of the Commonwealth in MA 1620-164061258 (Him?)
Pg 125: 1635 Unknown vessel left the port of Weymouth in Dorsetshire in Mar of this year with about twenty families and servants under the leadership of the Rev Joseph Hull, gathered largely from the parishes of Batcombe and Broadway in Somersetshire. The ship arrived 5 May and practically all of the passengers went to the plantation at Wessaguscua by permission of the General Court which officially changed the name of the settlement to Weymouth in July (MA Col. Rec., 1, 157 & Public Record Office MSS)
Pg 127: Thomas Dibble 22 husbandman; Frances Dibble 24 sister
Spouses
Unmarried
ChildrenMiriam (1644-1727)
 Thomas (ca1646-)
 Samuel (ca1648-)
Last Modified 14 Jan 2015Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore