Winthrop

[ win-thruhp ]
/ ˈwɪn θrəp /

noun

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Winthrop
/ (ˈwɪnˌθrɒp) /

noun

John. 1588–1649, English lawyer and colonist, first governor of the Massachusetts Bay colony: the leading figure among the Puritan settlers of New England
his son, John. 1606–76, English lawyer and colonist; a founder of Agawan (now Ipswich), Massachusetts; governor of Connecticut
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