Jane TAPP

Female 1627 - 1705  (78 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Jane TAPP was born 14 Feb 1626/7, Benington, Hertfordshire, England (daughter of Edmund TAPP and Ann ?); died 31 Oct 1705, Milford, New Haven Co., Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: Abt 1628
    • Death: Apr 1703

    Jane married Robert TREAT 25 Dec 1647, Milford, New Haven Co. Connecticut. Robert (son of Richard TREAT and Alice GAYLARD) was born 25 Feb 1624/5, Pitminster, Somerset, England; died 12 Jul 1710, Milford, New Haven Co., Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Edmund TAPP was christened 30 Jan 1613/4; died Apr 1653.

    Notes:

    Name:
    He was of Milford 1639, one of "the seven pillars" at the founding of the Milford Church in New Haven, Aug. 22, 1639, and Peter Prudden was ordained its first minister April 18, 1640 by a committee of three, of whom Edmund Tapp was one. Mather says he was an Assistant of the colony. He was one of four Judges of Milford chosen at the beginning of the settlement. (Atwater's New Haven p. 157.) In 1643 and 1644, he was one of the two Magistrates for Milford. (New Haven Colonial Records, I, pp. 112 and 129.) In 1649, he was chosen on a committee to set the boundary line between New Haven and Branford, p. 492, vol. 1, N.H. col Rec.)

    Feb 5, 1639/40 a committee was appointed by the Court to "assist Mr. Ling to ripen Goodman Taps business against the next court concerning his demaund of certaine monyes weh he disbursed for bringing cattell from the Bay, appertaying to divers persons." (N.H. Col. Rec., I, p. 28) "Herfordshire Emigrants in 1636........."Benington--Edmund Tapps 2.0.0. gone into New England (S.P Dom. vol. 376 of Charles I, No. 106)" This under heading of "a retorne for arrears of shepp mony in the Countie of Hertfe for yeare 1636." (N.E. Reg., 54, p. 352) Emigrants from Herts. "Edmund Tapps of Bennington, went to New England, and appeared with the others at Milford in 1639." Bennington is eight miles northwest of Ware. (N.E. Reg., 57, p. 298; Savage, 4, p. 253.)

    Edmund — Ann ?. Ann died Aug 1673. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Ann ? died Aug 1673.
    Children:
    1. Ann TAPP died 1701.
    2. Mary TAPP died 1669.
    3. Elizabeth TAPP died 1 May 1676.
    4. 1. Jane TAPP was born 14 Feb 1626/7, Benington, Hertfordshire, England; died 31 Oct 1705, Milford, New Haven Co., Connecticut.