I. Lawrence- bpt. 28 Dec. 1560 St. Nicholas, Colchester
II. Henry- bpt. 4 Mar. 1565 St. Nicholas, Colchester
- bpt. 28 June 1567 St. Nicholas, Colchester, m.
, 2. 22 May 1615St. Nicolas, Colchester, Grace PeekesIV. Nathaniel- bpt. 10 Dec. 1570 St. Nicholas
2III. PETER (PETER 1)
bpt. 28 June 1567 St. Nicholas, Colchester, Essexm.1.
2. 22 May 1615 St. Nicolas, Colchester, Grace Peekes
all children bpt. at St. Nicholas, Colchester I. Elizabeth- bpt. 11 July 1600
- bpt. 2 Dec. 1604 St. Nicholas, Colchester, Essex, m. 1. 12 Oct. 1635 Woolverstone,Suffolk,
(d. before 1656 Watertown, MA), 2. Jane ______ (d.c.1666), 3. Julian ______ (m.1. ______ Sparwell), killed in an Indian attack on the Penobscot River in 1676III. Peter- bpt. 1606
3II. JOHN (PETER 1, PETER 2)
bpt. 2 Dec. 1604 St. Nicholas, Colchester, Essexm. 1. 12 Oct. 1635 Woolverstone, Suffolk,
(d. before 1656Watertown, MA)2. Jane ______ (d.c.1666)3. Julian ______ (m.1. ______ Sparwell)killed in an Indian attack on the Penobscot River in 1676On 31 Oct. 1639 "A Court held at Boston, for small Causes not exceeding 20/, except for Strangers..... JohnClois is admonished to use his servant Peter Tylls well, or else the said Peter to bee discharged, & to takecourse that hee may bee taught his trade of seaman by himself or others." (
)John Cloise signed the Oath of Fidelity in Watertown, Massachusetts, and was inducted into militaryservice under the command of Captains Mason and Pierce in 1652. (
)On 15 Oct. 1652 the following document was witnessed by Goodman Blois, Richard Blois, Richard Norcras:"Delivered by Alexander as his act and deed in presence of us underwritten to his master GoodmanStratton.Richard NorcrossJohn Cloys""We consent to the turning over of this Servant to Samuel Stratton the 19th of the 8 mo: 1652Increase NowellWilliam Hibbins"
"To the honored the Deputy Governor with the rest of the magistrates assembled in the County Court nowheld at Charlestowne this 3rd of the 11th mo 1653. The Petition of Alexander Gordon Scotchman. HumblyShoweth Whereas by the wise providence of the Almighty God your poare petitioner (with many others of his countrymen) was taken prisoner in the late English wars with Scoltand, and with many more prisonersbrought into Tottell fields, where and from whence your poare petitioner was redeemed by monies payd by