John Irish the elder immigrated from Clisdon, Somerset, England as an indentured servant to Timothy Hatherly for five years in Plymouth. He would later become a planter in Duxbury, and volunteer in the Pequot War.
Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA ⇓
He was indentured as an apprentice to Timothy Hatherly, to go to Plymouth. There he would "abide with Hatherly for five years, having meat, drink and lodging, and five pounds a year, and at the end of that time twelve bushels of wheat and twenty-five acres of land.” After getting this land, John Irish became a planter in Duxbury.
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