Did the first Richard Kimball in America land at Ipswich, MA in the early 1630's?

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in Genealogy Help by Pam Field G2G Rookie (220 points)

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Hi Pamela Kimball, 

Have you checked out the WikiTree profile of Richard Kimball/Kimball-60? 

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Kimball-60

This man migrated 1634 aboard the _Elizabeth_ from Ipswich, England, to New England.  According to the article about him in Great Migration, Richard Kimball settled first at Watertown, Massachusetts; removed in 1637 to Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Many have contributed to the development of the Richard Kimball/Kimball-60. profile on WikiTree. Great list of reference materials are included on the profile.

Hope this helps. 

by GeneJ X G2G6 Mach 4 (49.7k points)
edited by GeneJ X

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