Thomas Lord (1618 - 1678) MP

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Birthplace: Towcester, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Lyme, New London, CT, USA
Occupation: Doctor, Physician, Surgeon
Managed by: Mark McCormack
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About Thomas Lord

Thomas Lord, Jr., was one of those who owned lend “by the town's courtesie;” his home-lot was on what is now Wells St., next west of his brother, Capt. Richard Lord. Thomas Lord m. at Boston, Sept. 28, 1652, Hannah Thurston, perhaps this Thomas, but his wife is supposed to have been related to Gregory Wolterton, as the latter bequeaths in his will, July 14, 1674, to Dorothy, Hannah, and Mary Lord, dau'rs of Thomas Lord, dec'd, things “in the trunk, that was their mother's.” In 1652 he was engaged by the General Court “to continue his aboade in Hartford for the next ensuing year, and to improve his best skill amongst the inhabitants of the Townes uppon the River within this jurisdiction, both for setting of bones and otherwise.” He was to be paid a salary of f15; in addition to receive for visiting at any house in Hartford, 12d., in Windsor, 5s., and in Mattabeset (Middletown), 8e., Farmington, 6s., Wethersfield, 3s. He d. in 1662 ; called of “Wethersfield” in will dated Oct. 28, 1661 ; he names wife Hannah, and eldest dau. Dorothy ; leaves house and land in Hartford as well as in Wethersfield; inv. April 5, 1662; amount, f202. 18. His widow, whom Porter (8) calls Mary, m. Nehemiah Olmsted.-

Children:

  1. Dorothy, b. Aug. 17, 1653. Thomas Lord, in his will dated Out. 28, 1661, leaves his house and land in Hartford to “eldest dau. Dorothy, incapable of caring for herself.”
  2. Hannah, b. 1656
  3. Mary, b. 1659 (all mentioned in Gregory Wolterton s will)
  4. Sarah, b. 1648.

Hannah and Mary Lord, dau'rs of Thomas Lord, sometime of Wethersfield, deed, wards of George Gardner, of H., convey, May 21, 1677, to Phineas Wilson, a lot of land, which was evidently their gr.f Thomas Lord's home-lot.

Savage says (vol. iv. p 188) that Joseph Stanton, b. 1848, son of Thomas and Ann (Lord) Stanton, m. Hannah Lord, possibly this Hannah.

Source

http://www.foundersofhartford.org/founders/lord_thomas_jr.htm

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”[Thomas Lord's] third son, William, settled in Old Saybrook at the mouth of the Connecticut River, where he died in 1678. He had a large family of sons: The eldest, William born 1643; died in 1696; settled in Haddam, doubtless in that part now called East Haddam. He married Mary Shaler who haver his decease married Samuel Ingraham. He left a family of eight children: Mary, born 1678; William, born 1680; Sarah, born 1682; Jonathan, born 1693; Dorothy, a child of nine months.“

Saybrook Land Records Book 1 Page 2: William Lord

Saybrook Land Records Book 1 Page 2

Land, Family and Ear Mark Records

Land of Will HIDE

His house and home of two Akers more or less abuteing east to the land of John POST south west and north to highway

2. 12 Ackers in the planting field east to the lands of Arthur __ north to the lands of master James FFITCH south to the highway west to the land of Will BEAMAN.

3. 3 Ackers of meadow ajoyning north to the aforesaid land

4. his right in the towne Comons belonging to the estate of two hundred pounds

his Right in the ox pasture belonging to the estate of two hundred pound these above said lands now ___ to Ffrancis BUSHNELL as doth appear by a bill of sale bearing date the seventeenth of October 1660 and is Recorded to the said Ffrancis folio the 6th.

iii Akers of upland lying at poochake abuteing east upon the land of John POST South upon the sea west and north upon poochoak River

a parsell of meadow ajoining the upland aforesaid west abuteing east upon the aforesaid lands south to the sea west to the lands of Allexander CHALKER Robert BULL Tho. DUNK Will JACKSON north to poochook River The abovesaid land was bought by William LORD of

Bought of Robert WADE 26 ack and half of upland Bought of Richard TOASLAND 3 ackers of upland and 3 akers of meadow Bought of Tho ___ 9 ack of upland and 4 ack and half of meadow

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The Children of William LORD His first son born in October n the year 1643 Tho LORD born in the month desember 45 Richard LORD born in may in the year 47 Mary LORD born in May in the year 49 John LORD born in Sept in the year 53 Robert LORD born in August in the year 51 Joseph LORD born in Sept. in the year 56 William LORD Senior departed this life the 17th day of May 1678.

SAYBROOK LAND RECORDS, BOOK 1, PAGES 1-20 [Transcribed by Janece Streig]

[Note: These records are transcribed as they are in Book 1 without any attempt to sort out the various types. You will find "inventories" of land held by individuals, deeds, family records [marriages, births & deaths], registered ear-marks, and more.]

-------------------- ”[Thomas Lord's] third son, William, settled in Old Saybrook at the mouth of the Connecticut River, where he died in 1678. He had a large family of sons: The eldest, William born 1643; died in 1696; settled in Haddam, doubtless in that part now called East Haddam. He married Mary Shaler who haver his decease married Samuel Ingraham. He left a family of eight children: Mary, born 1678; William, born 1680; Sarah, born 1682; Jonathan, born 1693; Dorothy, a child of nine months.“

Saybrook Land Records Book 1 Page 2: William Lord

Saybrook Land Records Book 1 Page 2

Land, Family and Ear Mark Records

Land of Will HIDE

His house and home of two Akers more or less abuteing east to the land of John POST south west and north to highway

2. 12 Ackers in the planting field east to the lands of Arthur __ north to the lands of master James FFITCH south to the highway west to the land of Will BEAMAN.

3. 3 Ackers of meadow ajoyning north to the aforesaid land

4. his right in the towne Comons belonging to the estate of two hundred pounds

his Right in the ox pasture belonging to the estate of two hundred pound these above said lands now ___ to Ffrancis BUSHNELL as doth appear by a bill of sale bearing date the seventeenth of October 1660 and is Recorded to the said Ffrancis folio the 6th.

iii Akers of upland lying at poochake abuteing east upon the land of John POST South upon the sea west and north upon poochoak River

a parsell of meadow ajoining the upland aforesaid west abuteing east upon the aforesaid lands south to the sea west to the lands of Allexander CHALKER Robert BULL Tho. DUNK Will JACKSON north to poochook River The abovesaid land was bought by William LORD of

Bought of Robert WADE 26 ack and half of upland Bought of Richard TOASLAND 3 ackers of upland and 3 akers of meadow Bought of Tho ___ 9 ack of upland and 4 ack and half of meadow

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The Children of William LORD His first son born in October n the year 1643 Tho LORD born in the month desember 45 Richard LORD born in may in the year 47 Mary LORD born in May in the year 49 John LORD born in Sept in the year 53 Robert LORD born in August in the year 51 Joseph LORD born in Sept. in the year 56 William LORD Senior departed this life the 17th day of May 1678.

SAYBROOK LAND RECORDS, BOOK 1, PAGES 1-20 [Transcribed by Janece Streig]

[Note: These records are transcribed as they are in Book 1 without any attempt to sort out the various types. You will find "inventories" of land held by individuals, deeds, family records [marriages, births & deaths], registered ear-marks, and more.] -------------------- Occupation: schoolmaster and bone setter

Burial: 28 OCT 1661 Hartford, Hartford County, CT, USA

Baptism: 15 NOV 1616 Towcester, Northhamptonshire, England

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Thomas Lord's Timeline

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November 15, 1615
Wethersfield, Essex, England, United Kingdom
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November 15, 1616
Towcester, Northampton, England
November 15, 1616
Towcester, Northampton, England
November 15, 1616
Towchester, Northampton, England
November 15, 1616
Towcester, Northampton, England
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., Towchester, Northamptonshire, England
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., Towchester, Northamptonshire, England
November 15, 1616
Towchester, Northamptonshire, England
November 15, 1616
Towcester, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom
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