From Derby Genealogy, pg. 11: Richard Derby, of Plymouth, 1637, called "gentleman," was a brother of John, of Plymouth, 1637, and thus another son of Christopher. Richard Derby sold twenty acres of land to Edward Doty in September, 1639. (Plymouth Colony Records, vol. xii., page 38). This Christopher and his son John were undoubtedly referred to in the will of "John Chipman, now of Barnstable, in the Government of New Plymouth in New England in America, being ye only son and heir of Mr. Thomas Chipman, late deceased at Brinspittle, about five miles from Dorchester in Dorsetshire in England," in which document he refers to "his kinsman Mr. Christopher Derby" and the latter's "son, John Derbe."
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