2914.John Tinker. Born ca 1613 in New Windsor, Berkshire. John was baptized in New Windsor, Berkshire, on 18 Jul 1613.119 John died in Oct 1662 in Hartford, CT.119
Jun/jul 1648 John first married Sarah Wilshire, daughter of Gregory Wilshire & Joan Worrall, in Boston, MA.119 Sarah died in summer 1648.119 Sarah was baptized in St. Stephen, London, on 17 Aug 1620.119
2915.Anne Tinker. Born ca 1616 in New Windsor, Berkshire. Anne was baptized in New Windsor, Berkshire, on 21 Jul 1616.119
Anne was of Horton, Buckinghamshire, when she married Thomas.
On 23 Apr 1633 Anne married Rev. Thomas Thornton in St. Margaret Moses, London.119 Born ca 1607.119 Thomas died on 15 Feb 1700 in Boston, MA.119 Buried in Copp’s Hill Burial Ground, Boston.119 Religion: Tanner, minister.
There’s an article on Thomas Thornton in The Great Migration Begins.16
2916.Sarah Tinker. Born ca 1619 in New Windsor, Berkshire. Sarah was baptized in New Windsor, Berkshire, on 26 Jul 1619.119 Sarah died on 6 Jun 1652 in Scituate, MA.48,58 Religion: Joined the Scituate church 14 May 1737.
Ca 1638 Sarah married Eld. Thomas King (2404) in Scituate.119 Born ca 1613 in Cold Norton, Essex. Thomas was baptized in Cold Norton, Essex, on 24 Feb 1613.14 Thomas died on 24 Sep 1691 in Scituate, MA.48 Buried in Quaker Cemetery, Norwell. Religion: Joined the Scituate church 25 Feb 1737/8.
Thomas first married Sarah Tinker; second Jane (Younge) Hatch, widow of William Hatch; and third Anne.
Thomas King sailed from London 17 Jun 1635 in the ship Blessing at the age of 21 in the company of Mr. William Vassall and family, whose wife was Anna, Thomas’s sister. He built his house on the top of the hill at Bell house neck, a few rods south of Mr. Vassall’s He was admitted to the church 25 Feb 1638. He succeeded Elder William Hatch as elder in the Second Church. Thomas’s second wife was the widow of Elder Hatch. Thomas also had lands on the north side of Rotten marsh. After the death of Elder Thomas King, the office of Ruling Elder was allowed to lapse, and the duties of that office were merged with those of deacon.444939
"Elder King's will, dated 1691 [30 Jun and proved 16 Mar 1692], gives 'to wife Anne—to daughter Sarah Besby land at Gravelly beach—To grandsons John and Thomas Rogers 10 £ each. Item: it is my will that Robin, my negro, be set free, and receive of my estate a bed and 5 £ in money—Item: to son Thomas all my property not otherwise disposed of in New and Old England.'"49
There’s an article on Thomas King in The Great Migration.14 It it is mentioned that Thomas is very likely related to Anne King of Cold Norton, William Vassal’s wife, and Thomas did sail to New England on the Elizabeth along with William Vassal, but Thomas was probably not Anne’s brother since her father, George King, named a son Thomas in his will who “would appear to be too old to be” this Thomas King. Apparently, then, he is less closely realated to George King and his daughter Anne (King) Vassal. His baptism record, then, did not name Thomas’s father.