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From: "HELYNN SAYAN" <>
Subject: Re: [BS-L] John Sprague, 1630, a qualifier?
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2001 20:38:09 -0400
Was John Sprague drinking in James Cole's house, or tavern? Maybe a trvern
doesn't have a parlor. Dear ole James is my 8th greatgrandfather, I'd like
to hear the "rest of the story." <G>.
HELYNN, IBSSG. Researching TAYLOR, COLLINS, SATTERWHITE, HALLMARK, OLIVER,
DAWSON, SMELSER AND many more.
>From: "Lee Morse" <>
>Subject: [BS-L] John Sprague, 1630, a qualifier?
>Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2001 19:49:23 -0400
>Okay, my lonely axe murderer in the corral needs some company. May I place
>John Sprague with him?
>I like John, who is my 9th great grandfather. My notes say this about him:
>John Sprague, like his father, proved to be a rebel. He spent several
>hours in the stocks on at least one occasion for "highly misdemeaning
>himself in the house of James Cole of Plymouth near unto or on the evening
>before the Sabbath Day, in drinking, gaming and uncivil reveling, to the
>dishonor of God and the offense of the government, by his gaming and the
>bringing of his mare uncivily into the parlor of James Cole, aforesaid."
>Anybody who brings his mare uncivily into the parlor.....
>Maybe James Cole deserved it. :>)
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