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Tristram Coffin, Jr
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Birth: Feb. 1, 1631
Devon, England
Death: Feb. 4, 1703
Newbury
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA

He was married to Judith Greenleaf on 2 Mar 1652/53 in Newbury, Essex Co., Mass.

From The Coffin Family, The Life of Tristram Coffyn, of Nantucket, Mass., by Allen Coffin, LL.B. page 54
Tristram Coffin, second child [of Tristram and Dionis], was born in England, in 1632. He married in Newbury, Mass., March 2, 1652, Judith Somerby, widow of Henry, and daughter of Edmund and Sarah Greenleaf. She was born in 1625 and died in Newbury, Dec. 15, 1705. He was made freeman April 29, 1668, and died in Newbury, Feb. 4, 1704 [1703?], aged 72, leaving 177 descendants. He was a merchant tailor, and filled many positions of trust and honor in Newbury.
Two monuments in the grave yard of the first parish church of Newbury bear these inscriptions:
"To the memory of Tristram Coffin, Esq., who having served the first church of Newbury in the office of a deacon 20 years died Feb. 4, 1703 aged 72 years."
Tristram Junior's children:
Judith b. in Newbury, Mass., Dec. 4, 1653; m. John Sanborn, of Hampton, N. H., Nov. 19, 1674.
Deborah, b. in Newbury, Nov. 12, 1655; m. Joseph Knight, Oct. 31, 1677.
Mary, b. in Newbury, Nov. 15, 1657; m. Joseph Little, Oct. 31, 1677
James, b. Newbury, April 22, 1659; m. Florence Hooke, Nov. 16, 1685.
John, b. Newbury, Sept. 8, 1660; d. there May 13, 1677.
Lydia, b. in Newbury, April 22, 1662; m. 1st, Moses Little; 2d March 18, 1695, John Pike.
Enoch, b. in Newbury, Jan 21, 1664; d. Nov. 12 1675.
Stephen, b. in Newbury, Aug 18, 1665; m. Sarah Atkinson, Oct. 8, 1685; d. Aug. 31, 1725.
Peter, b. in Newbury, July 27, 1667; m. Apphia Dole; d. in Gloucester, (?) Jan. 19, 1746.
Nathaniel, Hon., b. in Newbury, March 22, 1669; m. Sarah Dole, March 29, 1693; d. Feb. 20, 1748-9.

 
 
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 Parents:
  Tristram Coffin (1609 - 1681)
  Dionis Stevens Coffin (1610 - 1684)
 
 Spouse:
  Judith Greenleaf Coffin (1625 - 1705)*
 
 Children:
  Judith Coffin Sanborn (1653 - 1725)*
  Mary Coffin Little (1657 - 1725)*
  Lydia Coffin Pike (1662 - 1719)*
  Peter Coffin (1667 - 1745)*
  Nathaniel Coffin (1669 - 1749)*
 
 Siblings:
  Peter Coffin (1630 - 1715)*
  Tristram Coffin (1631 - 1703)
  Elizabeth Coffin Greenleaf (1634 - 1678)*
  James Coffin (1640 - 1720)*
  Mary Coffin Starbuck (1645 - 1717)*
  John Coffin (1647 - 1711)*
  Stephen Coffin (1652 - 1734)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
In Memory of Tristram Coffin Esq, who having served the Church of Christ in the office of deacon 20 years died February 4th 1703/4 aged 72 years.
On earth he purchased a good degree
Great boldness in the faith and liberty
and now possesses immortality.
 
Burial:
First Parish Burying Ground
Newbury
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
 
Maintained by: Jeffrey James
Originally Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Jul 25, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20630324
Tristram Coffin, Jr
Added by: Mary Pirch Little
 
Tristram Coffin, Jr
Added by: Jeffrey James
 
Tristram Coffin, Jr
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In Memory of my Ninth Great Grandfather. Rest in peace.
- Beensker
 Added: Feb. 13, 2017
My 11th Great Grandfather
- Ricky Fellows
 Added: Apr. 2, 2016

- Deborah Barber
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