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general powers like board of selectmen) in 1706. In 1701 he was on committee of eleven—named as the following influential men, to negotiate with Rev. Mr. Shepard for ordination as their minister. [He was millwright, of Woodbridge, 1706.] Benjamin Rolph's lands are named in a description by boundaries in 1714. Benjamin Rolph and Margaret Hollon (probably Holland) were married 2 Dec. 1703. Their daughter Rebecca was born 26 Sept. 1704. Their son Benjamin, born 1 Jan. 1706-07. Henry RolpBenjamin Rolph and Margaret Hollon (probably Holland) were married 2 Dec. 1703. Their daughter Rebecca was born 26 Sept. 1704. Their son Benjamin, born 1 Jan. 1706-07. Henry Rolph, in Sept. 1716, unites with nine others, inviting Rev. Mr. Vaughan of the Church of England, to hold services on the Sabbath-days, on account of differences with Rev. Mr. Wade, so that they cannot joyn with him in the worship of God, as Xtians ought to do. In 1714 Henry Rolfe was one of the four trustees of School lands. [Harry Rolfe's lot, in Cambridge, is mentioned in 1712.] Moses Rolfe-town clerk and Freeholders' clerk, 1712-1731; Justice of the Peace, 1714, and assessor, 1718.—See N.