th-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. E. Hist. Gen. Reg., XXXI. 99.
[Yeoman, of Woodbridge, in 1711.]
Long Island abounds in Rolphs descended from these New Jersey Rolphs.
James R. Rolph, Esq., of Huntington, L. I., is descended from a Moses Rolph, born in Woodbridge 20 April, 1718.
He was probably a son of Benjamin, above-named.—Memoranda from Woodbridge, N. J., Records, communicated by Hon. Robert S. Hale, Ll.D, of Elizabethtown, N. Y.
William Cutter to Edward Thomas, of Boston, agent for Mr. William Metcalfe, of Newberry in Oxfordshire in Old England, sells, or mortgages, the four acres, with house on same, the allowance for a da