(1603 - October 11, 1665)
Civil9 Jun 1645 land lots, p 34, drawing, Widow Walker is No. 2, Zachariah Rhodes is No. 45, like a land lottery in Seakonk, also known as Rehoboth
CivilLand lots No. 2 Nicholas Ide, No. 18 Widow Walker, No. 37 Zachariah Rhodes
WillWill written, signed "if any of them Shall Marry or Match themselves with any Contrarey to ye Mind of their Mother; my will is then that it shall be their Mothers liberty what to give them, whether anything or No."
DeathHe drowned, on Pawtuxet shore
OccupationAt different times a deputy, commissioner, constable, treasurer
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