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hn Rolfe, to Woodbridge, N. J., where John Rolf—then resident in Massachusetts—received deed of lands in Woodbridge from Richard Dole 27 Apr. 1686. John Rolph and Sarah Moores were married at Woodbridge 18 July, 1688. Their daughter Sarah was born 27 Nov. 1689. Sarah, the wife, died 4 Dec. 1689. Their daughter Sarah died 23 Dec. 1689. John Rolf was ratemaker (assessor) in 1689. John Rolph's. dwelling-house is named in the laying out of a highway 9 Feb. 1699. [He was dead in 1705.] Samuel Rolph joined the church 3 Oct. 1710, Woodbridge. Joseph Rolf was constable, 1696. Joseph Rolph was on town committee (with 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) w<