Birth: 02 OCT 1703  Bridgewater, Massachusetts

Name Var:  Jolles

Marriage:  22 MAY 1733  Bristol, Bristol Co, Rhode Island
Note: Record #: 2:144
Name: Thomas Jolles
Residence: Bristol, R. I.
Spouse: Mehittacle Ormsbee
Spouse’s Residence: Rehoboth
Marriage Date: 22 May 1733
Int Date: 17 Mar 1732-3
By Whom: Rev. John Coomer
Vital Record of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. Marriages, Intentions, Births, Deaths, with Supplement containing the Record of 1896, Colonial Returns, Lists of the Early Settlers, Purchasers, Freemen, Inhabitants, the Soldiers serving in Philip’s War and the Revolution.

Birth of Daughter:  22 MAR 1734
Name:  Susannah Jolls

Birth of Daughter:  07 MAY 1735
Name:  Mary Jolls

Birth of Son:  10 OCT 1736
Name:  Robert Jolls

Birth of Daughter:  01 MAR 1738
Name:  Lydia Jolls

Birth of Daughter:  20 OCT 1740
Name:  Hannah Jolls
Note:  Hannah Jolls married Joseph Ormsbee, son of Ezra Ormsbee and Mary Salisbury.

Birth of Son:  16 JAN 1741
Name:  Thomas Jolls

Birth of Son:  18 NOV 1743
Name:  John Jolls

Birth of Daughter:  07 AUG 1745
Name:  Sarah Jolls
Note:  Sarah Jolls married John Ormsbee, son of Ezra Ormsbee and Mary Salisbury.

1747 Census:  Bristol Twp, Bristol Co, Rhode Island

Birth of Son:  28 JAN 1747
Name:  Ebenezer Jolls

Birth of Daughter:  24 APR 1749
Name:  Mehitable Jolls

Birth of Son:  10 OCT 1750
Name:  Jeremiah Jolls

Birth of Daughter:  15 JAN 1755
Name:  Elizabeth Jolls

Death:  18 OCT 1760 Warren, Rhode Island

Click here to see parents:  Robert Jolls and Experience Holbrook

Additional Facts:

From: “Early Rehoboth” by Bowen, pps. 11, 79, 80. Titled “Rehoboth Counterfeiting”
“The Honourable, the Justice of the Quarter Session of the Peace now sitting for the County of Bristol -“. “Whereas I was att Trouble and Charge in Executing a Warrent as Deputy Sheriff from ye Hon’ll Con’ll Byfield in apprehending and securing persons upon Suppositions of making and emitting bills of Credit, Vis. My Travil, and serving the Warrent as Deputy Sheriff -Viz; Mr. Robert Jolls and Mr. Benjamin Cary an Aid in said affair – – 0-12-0.”

(Original Court Papers, Taunton, Mass. Envelope marked “Court of Sessions, Jan. Term 1725)
This occured when Samuel Howland, Deputy Sheriff, visited Rehoboth with Robert Jolls and Samuel Cary to arrest Daniel Hunt and other persons suspected of making and uttering counterfeit bills of Credit.


Mehitable Ormsbee     

Birth:  07 SEP 1710  Rehoboth, Massachusetts

1774 Census: Bristol Town, Rhode Island

Click here to see parents:  Jeremiah Ormsbee and Mehitabel Wilmarth

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