According to town records, on April 30, 1639 he and 28 others signed the following compact:
(sometimes called the 2nd Portsmouth compact after a group broke off and founded Newport).
Sadly, unlike the very famous 1st compact, of which images can be found all over the place, there seem to be no images available of this second compact, though an image (or reprorduction) of the signatures appears to be available at:Settlers of Aquidneck, and Liberty of Conscience: Read Before the Rhode ...
By Henry Edward Turner, Rhode Island Historical Society
Greens History of the State of Rhode Island
One source said he died before 1644.(118)
From Representative Men and Old Families:
|8193. Dorothy Wilbore (Wilbur?)
(94) was born between 1617 and 1620, probably in England, but possibly not.
(57)(17) Potter Family gives
date of birth as 1617 and no location of birth.
Somewhere near 1633, when Dorothy would have been between 13 and 16 years old, her family, headed by her father Samuel, emigrated from England and ultimately wound up in Portsmouth R.I.
She died on Feb 19 1696 in Portsmouth, RI.(57) (17)(119)
4096 i. Ichabod Potter.
Dorothy later Married John Albro.
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