I recently heard some more on the Bishop family from Ed Bishop. James Bishop (1625 – 1691) was a 12-year old boy in the care of Theophilus Eaton (his big brothers stayed in Mass.). This Bishop boy was then given a shack in New Haven behind Gov. Eaton's house, near the corner of State & Elm, which eventually became Bishop land (near present Timothy Bishop House). It's generally assumed that James got his education from Eaton and, probably, from his other next-door neighbors. James also has a (barely readable) monument in Grove Street cemetery with his most prominent son, Samuel, He was originally in the churchyard on The Green, but at least his headstone was moved to Grove St. along with everyone else buried on The Green.