Recorded in the Windsor records....”Oct 22nd 68 Jeremiah Birdge being in the wood alone, while his brother was gone home, with a load of wood, he went again for more wood found his brother lying dead, under the limbs of a tree, which he had fallen, where he went from him and he returned home, and John Gaylord and John Birdge went with him to the place and found Jeremiah lying on his face on the ground and three boughs prefixing him down one cross his neck and another cross his wast one cross his leggs, so they got him out and carried him home, the 23rd day, the cause of his death judged by six men, warned by the constable to be by the fall of the tree upon him, was buried aged 20 years & half.” 
Named in his grandfather Gaylord's 1671 will.
Savage’s: JOHN, Windsor, br. of the preced. m. 28 May 1679, Hannah, youngest d. of Robert Watson of the same, had John, b. 4 Feb. 1680; Hannah, 1681; but Stiles says, 17 June 1682;--also, for 1685, he has 22 Sept. 1686;--also, for 1687, 9 Sept. 1688. Jeremiah, 1685; and Mary, 1687. His w. d. 24 July 1690; and he d. 2 Dec. 1697, leav. no other ch.