** Connected to th John Tripp Family at John Tripp (1609-1678) **
** Underlined names are linked to their connecting pages**Generation One:
Anthony Paine b. abt 1585 at Norton, Lincolshire, England; m(1) Alice Potter; m(2) 10 November 1643 Rose Grinnell Nee Unknown at Portsmouth, Newport, RI ; d. 6 May 1649 at Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, aged 65 years
1. Alice b. abt 1609; m. Lott Strainge; d. 30 July 1683 at Portsmouth, Newport, RI, aged 74 years
2. Mary b. abt 1611; m. 4 April 1639 John Tripp Portsmouth, Newport, RI; d. 12 February 1687 at Portsmouth, Newport, RI, aged 76 years.
3. Child b. abt 1613; d. young
Anthony was admitted an inhabtant to Portsmouth, Newport, RI in 1638.April 30, 1638.He and twenty-eight others signed following compact: "We whose names are underwritten do acknowledge ourselves the legal subject of his Majesty King Charles, and in his name do hereby bind ourselves into a civil body politic, unto his laws according to matters of justice."
10 November, 1643, at this date, he being a widower, and Rose Grinnell a widow (of Matthew Grinnell), they entered into an agreement preliminary to their marriage. She deeded to her three sons Matthew, Thomas and Daniel Grinnell "2 sheeder goats apiece" and to her son Matthew a cow also. The goats were to abide in the hands of Anthony Paine for three years and the milk was to be his, but the increase was to belong to her three sons. It was also agreed between Anthony and Rose before their marriage that upon the death of either (after marriage) the property of the one deceased should go to the children of that person; Rose having four children and Anthony Paine three children.
1. The Early Records of the Town of Portsmouth, p. 384-385
2. One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families, John Osborne Austin