Categories: Signers of the New Haven Fundamental Agreement.
There are two Richard Perrys in the area of Connecticut. This one in New Haven and a separate one in Fairfield. They are frequently confused.
Dates?  Richard Perry was an original signer of the New Haven Fundamental Agreement. He was freeman 29 Oct 1640; took the oath of fidelity in 1644; was clerk of the New Haven Trainband in July 1644; Secretary May 1646 and Oct 1646. April 1647 he was taking a voyage for the comfort of his family and resigned the office of Secretary. He bought land in Sept 1647 and the next month was allowed to leave on the "Phoenix." In Sept 1649 he sold house and lot to Thomas Kimberly.
Richard married a daughter of Mr. Richard Malbone. Malbone had a daughter Martha. Malbone returned to England abt 1648.
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