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  1. Thomas Goble: Birth: ABT 1665 in Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts. Death: ABT 10 MAR 1722/23 in Concord, Mass


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The Gobles of Missouri > Indiana > Kentucky > Pennsylvania > New Jersey > S. Carolina > Massachusetts > England > France Entries: 1198 Updated: Thu Feb 20 10:19:01 2003 Contact: K. Hadd
Thomas is named as Thomas David Goble in the will of his brother, Daniel. The court wrote it once as David Thomas Goble.
1657: Thomas' first wife may have been a Mousall. Thomas's second wife, Mary Mousall, had a sister named Ruth. Ruth Mousall married a Mr. Woods.
1660: Thomas owned 1000 acres around Concord. Undoubtedly some of this had been purchased by and inherited from his father who had died 3 yrs. earlier.
1673: Thomas Goble sued Joseph Graves and Esther Nichols for "misbehavior". [Source: Suffolk Co., MA,Circuit Court File 62-6]
1677: Thomas, the brother of Daniel and father of Stephen, served as a witness in the latters' trials. Daniel Dean, the brother-in-law of Thomas and Daniel, also served as a witness. Other witnesses were Wm. R. Hunt and Tho. Wheel'r and Jno Wilder and Duen Mattock. All were paid five guineas for their time. [Source: Circuit Court Records, Suffolk Co., MA]
1678: Thomas Goble, Caleb Sawyer, Paul & Timothy Rice, Peter & Mary Rice, Samuel Hastings, Mary Powers, Thomas Brabrook, and Thomas Pellett were sued for "Breach of Sabboth". (Remember early Americans, under British rule, went by British laws meaning that the government & church were intermingled.) [Source: Suffolk Co., MA, Circuit Court File 82-3]
1684: Thomas Goble sued Robert Blood over "Thefft of an Ox" [Source: Suffolk Co., MA, Circuit Court File 107-3. All these court records from research of Evelyn Goble Steen.]
1689: "An acount taken of the nonfreemen which are free holders, whos housing and Lands do amount to the uasew of six pounds rate by the year....Thomas gobile, S[enior]. [Citation: "Census" of 1689, Concord, MA, as found in "Concord in the Colonial Period" by Charles H. Walcottt, 1884, pg. 146].



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