JOHNSON and SCHAUFELBERGER GENEALOGY
Philip Taber emigrated from England to the Massachusetts Bay Colony and was made a Freeman of Watertown MA on May 14, 1634. On March 4, 1633/4, he promised 200 4" "plankce" for the Sea Fort 2.
"The will of Thomas Tabler, yeoman of Dartmouth, dated 15 Jun 1723, proved 20 Mar 1732/3, mentions wife Mary, sons Thomas, Joseph, John, daughter Bethyah Blackwel and her husband Caleb Blackwel blacksmith, sons Jacob, and Phillip, daughters Esther Perry and her husband, Lidia Kinney, Sarah Hart and her husband, Mary Mortan and her husband, Abigail Tabler and her husband. Executors: his four sons." 1
The 1778-1780 Census Index of New Jersey at Shrewsbury, Monmouth County NJ would seem to include several sons of Philp and Susannah Taber: Daniel Taber, Zephenia Taber, and Noah Taber. (The 1773-1774 New Jersey Census Index does not include any Tabers/Tabors).
1 Copied from Scituate Genealogy with thanks to David Payne-Joyce for the information taken from Mayflower families in progress: Francis Cooke, Robert S. Wakefield & Ralph Van Wood, Jr, 4th Ed., 1996
2 Records of Massachusetts, Vol. I 1628-1641, ed. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff MD, Press of William White, AMS Press, New York, NY 1968