(The following found in 'ENGLISH ADVENTURERS', a book (other details unknown): During an inquest looking into Edward Carwitheris' dealings with a pirate called Every, our George testified that he'd heard Ed boasting about such matters. Georges' address was "Piscataway, New England"; 'but was lodging at the New England Arms, Shadwell, Middlesex, England'. He was 21 (the date: 12 July 1699).
And so it seems there was at least 1 more Tref. in the Colonies besides Henry, Henry Jr. & Foster. Because of the fact that he was about the same age as the 2 younger TREFETHENs and living in the same neighborhood, AND because the name "George" is a common name among Henrys early descendants, the TREFETHEN Roundtable [s147] is proposing that George here MAY have been a son of Henry #1. He might of also just been a cousin, or even just a "fluke".
He seems to have vanished after the hearing, and may have moved back to Cornwall.. whoever he was.
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