Abt 1696 - Yes, date unknown
||Joseph Tribble [1, 2] |
||Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
||Yes, date unknown
- Origin Displayed: English
The surname Tribble was brought to England by the Normans. It comes from the French verb "tribler" meaning "to crush, pound, or grind."
First found in Devonshire.
||31 Aug 2006 |
||Anna Jackson, b. Abt 1700, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts , d. Yes, date unknown |
||6 Dec 1729
||Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts [3, 4]
|>||1. Joseph Tribble, b. 1729, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts , d. 17 Nov 1805, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts |
||29 Jan 2008 |
- [S12760] Howard - The descendants of John Howard of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, Heman Howard, (Ann Arbor : University Microfilms International, 1985), Film #6060617. Book # 929.273 H831hh..
- [S359] Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth, William T. Davis, (Boston : A. Williams, c1883. FHL #974.482/P3 H2).
- [S407] Massachusetts, Plymouth, Plymouth - Vital Records to 1850, Lee Douglas van Antwerp (Main Author), Ruth Wilder Sherman (Added Author), (Camden, Me. : Picton Press, c1993), 170 (Reliability: 3).
Marriage Intentions, 6 Dec 1729: Joseph Treeble residing in Plymouth & Ann Jones of Plymouth.
Note: 2nd marriage for Mrs. Ann Jackson Jones.
- [S11543] Duxbury Massachusetts Vital Records, Duxbury (Massachusetts), Town Clerk, (Boston : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1911), 974.482/D1 V2., 322: Joseph Treeble of Plymouth and Anne Jones of Plymouth, Dec. 19, 1729 (Reliability: 4).