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Hannah Lathrop (House)

Also Known As: "Hannah House", "Hannah Hulse", "Hannah Howse", "Hannah Howes"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Fordwich, Kent, England
Death: Died in London, Middlesex, England
Place of Burial: Kent, UK
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Rev. John Howse and Alice Parson Lloyd
Wife of Rev. John Lathrop
Mother of Thomas Lathrop; Jane Fuller; Anne Lathrop; John Lathrop; Barbara Emerson and 4 others
Sister of Peninna Linnell; John Howse, Jr.; Drusilla Player/Plyer; Priscilla Howse; Thomas Howse and 4 others

Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes
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About Hannah Lathrop

Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, pg. 1081

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  • (f/g) Hannah House Lothrop
  • Birth: 1594
  • Fordwich, England
  • Death: Feb. 16, 1633
  • London, England

Born in Eastwell, Kent, England to John & Alice (Lloyd) House. Married Rev. John Lothrop 10 Oct 1610 in Eastwell, Kent, England. Died in London, 16 Feb 1633/4, while her husband was imprisoned for religious reasons. They had 7 children: Thomas, Jane Fuller, Anne, John, Barbara EMERSON, Samuel, Joseph, & Benjamin. Hannah (House) Lothrop, 1st wife of Rev. John Lothrop, was sister of SAMUEL HOUSE {1634, Scituate}, & of Pennina (House) Linnell, wife of ROBERT LINNELL {1638, Scituate}.


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Parents:

  • John House (1566 - 1630)

Spouse:

  1. John Lothrop (1584 - 1653)

Children:

  1. Thomas Lothrop (1612 - ____)*
  2. Jane Lothrop Fuller (1614 - 1659)*
  3. Anne Lothrop (1614 - 1617)*
  4. John Lothrop (1617 - ____)*
  5. Barbara Lothrop Emerson (1619 - ____)*
  6. Samuel Lothrop (1621 - ____)*
  7. Joseph Lothrop (1624 - 1702)*
  8. Benjamin Lothrop (1626 - ____)

Sibling:

  1. Samuel House (1610 - ____)

Burial: Unknown Created by: Linda Mac Record added: Feb 22, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 34104071 -tcd

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View Tree for Hannah HOUSEHannah HOUSE (b. ca. 1592, d. ca. 1633)

Hannah HOUSE (daughter of John HOUSE/HOWSE and Alice ?LLOYD)944 was born ca. 1592945, and died ca. 1633 in England946. She married John LOTHROP on 10 Oct 1610 in England947, son of Thomas LOTHROP.

Includes NotesNotes for Hannah HOUSE:

The Compendium of American Genealogy 1600s-1800s Volume VI, Immigrant Ancestors, Biographies, p787 Gives Hannah's name as Harriet, daughter of John Lathrop

Plymouth Colony: Its History and People 1620-1691 Part Three: Biographical Sketches Biographical Sketches Howland, Arthur

One of the original members of the Scituate Church on 8 January 1634/35 (NEHGR 9:279), Samuel House was probably in the Lothrop group that had just arrived at Scituate. J. Gardner Bartlett shows in NEHGR 66:357 that Samuel House of Scituate, a shipwright, in 1649 made Thomas Tarte of Scituate his attorney to represent him regarding the will of Thomas House of London, watchmaker. According to Bartlett, a competent genealogist, House, or Howse, was the son of Rev. John Howse. Samuel was a brother to Hannah House , the first wife of Rev. John Lothrop. Samuel married at Scituate ca. 1635 an Elizabeth, daughter of William and Elizabeth (Paine) Hammond of Watertown, Massachusetts. He was with the Lothrop group at Barnstable, but later returned to Scituate. His inventory was taken there in 1661 (MD 15:59). Bartlett also observes that Thomas House of Yarmouth may have been a brother of Samuel House.

Plymouth Colony: Its History and People 1620-1691 Part Three: Biographical Sketches Biographical Sketches Lothrop, John

E. B. Huntington, A Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop Family in This Country Embracing…" (Ridgefield, Conn., 1884), is a well presented family history, especially for John Lothrop's life in England and America. Lothrop's family can be traced back a number of generations in England, and his own baptism is recorded at Etton, Yorkshire, 20 December 1584. He graduated from Cambridge University with a B.A. in 1605, and M.A. in 1609. He became curate of the church at Egerton, County Kent from ca. 1611 to 1623. In 1623 he was called to succeed Rev. Henry Jacob (who had left for Virginia) at the First Independent Church in Southwark, Surrey. Independent worship being illegal, Lothrop's services were conducted in secret. In 1632 he was imprisoned, but released on bail in 1634. Nathaniel Morton (New Englands Memoriall, p. 140-41) relates some of his background, including the death of his first wife in England. Huntington, p. 25, quotes from Governor Winthrop's Journal under date of 18 September 1634 "The Griffin and another ship now arriving with about 200 passengers. Mr. Lathrop and Mr. Sims, two godly ministers coming in the same ship." That same year Lothrop went to Scituate, where he formed the first church there, and then in 1639 the church divided and Lothrop went with the group that settled at Barnstable, becoming minister there, too. His records of some activities and events at Scituate and Barnstable are in NEHGR 9:279-87, 10:37-43; also see text. Two of his letters of 1638 to Governor Prence mention in rather vague terms the forthcoming move from Scituate (Huntington, p. 28-32). One of the letters is also signed by Anthony Aniball, _____ (no doubt Henry) Cobb, and _____ (no doubt Isaac) Robinson "In behalf of the church." He became a freeman on 7 June 1637 (PCR 1:60). He married (1) Hannah House (sister of Samuel House , q.v.) and (2) Ann _____, who has variously been thought to be a Hammond or a Dimmock; since his son Barnabas was born 6 June 1636, he married his [p.321] second wife probably in 1635 (see Torrey, and Wakefield, Marriages). His will (MD 11:42) dated 10 August 1653, inventory 8 December 1653, names his sons Thomas, John (in England), and Benjamin and daughters Jane and Deborah; "to the rest of my Children both mine and my wives my will is that every of them shall have a Cow." His children were to have a choice of one of his books each, and the rest were to be sold, with the money divided among them. Some of his lands were to be sold, with the money to be divided among the children "that have the least portions." The wording of the will is unfortunate, for it leaves open the question as to how many children survived him. There is a possibility he may have been the father of Elizabeth, the unwanted wife of John Williams, q.v. PCR 4:107 shows that on 3 October 1665 "Mr. Barnabas Laythorpe hath seen cause, in the behalfe of his sister [Elizabeth Williams] and those related to her, to revive the former complaint [against John Williams]." For reasons too lengthy to give in detail, Barnabas Laythorpe could only be the son of Rev. John Lothrop, and sister in this context could only mean blood sister or sister-in-law. Since Barnabas's wife was Susanna Clark, daughter of Thomas Clark, q.v., and there was no Elizabeth in the Thomas Clark family, the term probably meant blood sister. Otis/Swift, Barnstable Families, devotes some fifty pages to Lothrop and his descendants, but is not well documented. See also NEHGR 84:437.

More About Hannah HOUSE and John LOTHROP: Marriage: 10 Oct 1610, England.947

Children of Hannah HOUSE and John LOTHROP are:

  1. +Jane LOTHROP, b. ca. 29 Sep 1614, Edgerton, Kent, England948, d. Aft. 1658, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA949.
  2. Elizabeth LOTHROP, d. date unknown.
  3. Barnabas LOTHROP, d. date unknown.
  4. Thomas LOTHROP, b. ca. 21 Feb 1612/13950, d. date unknown.
  5. Anne LOTHROP, b. ca. 29 Sep 1614951, d. date unknown.
  6. John LOTHROP, b. ca. 22 Feb 1617/18, d. date unknown, young951.
  7. Barbra LOTHROP, b. ca. 31 Oct 1619951, d. date unknown.
  8. Thomas LOTHROP, b. ca. 1621, England951, d. 1707951.
  9. Samuel LOTHROP, d. 28 Feb 1699/00951.
  10. Joseph LOTHROP, b. ca. 1624, England, d. Apr 1702951.
  11. Benjamin LOTHROP, d. date unknown.
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Hannah Lathrop's Timeline

1594
1594
Fordwich, Kent, England
1610
October 10, 1610
Age 16
Eastwell, Kent, England, (Present UK)
1612
February 21, 1612
Age 18
Eastwell, Ashford, Kent, England
1614
September 29, 1614
Age 20
Edgerton, Kent, England, (Present UK)
1616
May 12, 1616
Age 22
Edgerton, Kent, England
July 14, 1616
Age 22
Lavenham, Suffolk, , England
July 14, 1616
Age 22
Lavenham, Suffolk, , England
July 14, 1616
Age 22
Lavenham, Suffolk, England
1617
February 22, 1617
Age 23
Egerton, Kent, England, England
1619
October 31, 1619
Age 25
Egerton, Huddersfield, Yorks, Eng