c. 1670, m. Mary Legg of Marblehead 23 Mar. 1692-3, and d. in 1719.
Thomas the f. resided in Boston, and, while towns were permitted to elect non-residents as Representatives, he represented Lancaster, 1671, 1672, and Concord, 1678, 1679.
He was a member of the Suffolk Troop, Cornet in 1670, and Captain in 1676, in which office he was actively engaged in Philip's War. He d. 5 Ap. 1683, a. 60.
His w. Elizabeth d. suddenly 9 Nov. 1682, a. 44, at the wedding of her niece Anna Shepard and Daniel Quincy.
Judge Sewall, who was present, says she died immediately after her illness commenced, and that she was laid out on the bridal bed. [Her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Tyng, was daughter of Rowland Coytmore, Master of the Trinity or East India House, whose widow Katherine d. at Charlestown; 29 Nov. 1659; Mrs. Coytmore, by her first husband,— Gray, had Parnell, m. Increase Nowell; Katherine, m. Thomas Graves, a Rear Admiral; Sarah, m. –Williams; by her second husband, Coytmore, she had Elizabeth