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Thomas Rowell

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Birthplace: Mancetter, England, Warwickshire, UK
Death: Died in intestate, Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United States of America
Place of Burial: Massachusetts
Immediate Family:

Son of Valentine Rowell, Sr. and Elizabeth Rowell
Husband of Jane Rowell; Margaret Rowell and Margery Fowler
Father of Thomas Rowell; ?????r Rowell; Rowell; Valentine Thomas Rowell; William 1629 Rowell and 5 others
Brother of Son Rowell; William Rowell; Alice Rowell; Elizabeth Hall; Frances Rowell and 1 other

Occupation: Cooper & Maker of Pipe Staves, Deacon
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About Dea. Thomas Rowell

Deacon Thomas ROWELL was born on 17 MAR 1594 in Mancetter, Warwickshire, England. He died on 17 MAY 1662 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts. Notes for THOMAS ROWELL: Thomas was one of the original proprietors of Salisbury, 1639; took the Oath of Fidelity ther in 1646; is said to have a wife in England 24th, 2d mo., 1649.

In 1656/57 (12 Feb.) Thomas Rowell and Alex. KNIGHT make an agreement with Robert COLLINGS, to lease his farm in Ipswich for seven years from date, excepting two acres and the home lot for himself.

In 1659 (5 April) when of Andover, with wife Marjery, sells Lieut. Robert PIKE of Salisbury, for 14 Pounds, "all my farm in the said town of Salisbury, containing by estimation, six score acres, be it more or less, viz: twenty acres of it was granted by the town of Salisbury, forty acres bought of Mr Samuel HALE, and forty acres bought of Mr Thomas BRADBURY, which was sometime John HPGE'S; all which several parcels of land, are situate, lying, and being within the bounds of Salisbury, up at the new town."

His will dated 24 Feb 1650/51, proved 30 Sept 1662, is recorded Essex Probate, Bk. 1: 173-175. Inventory taken 16 June1662, amount 16-10-2 Pounds, allowed 30 Sept 1662, when Margery, his widow, was administratrix of estate. Inventory 123-3-0 Pounds. By contract before marriage, the widow to have half the estate, court orders 29-10-0 Pounds to be paid to Jacob ROWELL, his son, when 21 years of age, and to his grandchildren, the children of Valentine ROWELL, 7-4-0 Pounds to eldest son, and 20shillings apiece to the other five. Additional inventory sworn to, 28th, 4th mo., 1681, when son Jacob ROWELL was appointed to take the place of Margary, his widow. Jacob ROWELL is then called the only child, who had then become of age, at which time he was appointed adm'r, to take the place of his mother Margary, the widow, who had removed out of the jurisdiction (Nantucket). He speaks of an agreement between his father and mother before marriage. Appraisers, Dudley BRADSTREET and Thomas CHANDLER. Some of the estate was on the Indian Plains, being the third division meadow, on the west side of Shawshine river, and upland in the swamp division. <The Fowler Family, (Fowler:16,17)

In 1662 (16 June) Robert COLLINS was a debtor of 5 shillings to the esatate of (his brother-in-law) Thomas ROWELL of Salisbury. (Fowler:26)

More About THOMAS ROWELL: Occupation: Carpenter.

Marriage Notes for MARGARET FOWLER and THOMAS ROWELL: Margaret entered into a marriage covent with him, the original of which is on file in Essex Registry of Probate:

"Know all men by these present, yt I, Thomas ROWELL of Salisbury, doe hereby covenant & Make this agremt, conerning Margere OSSGOOD, ye widdow of Christopher OSSGOOD of Ipswich, whoome God willing, I intend to make my Lawfull wife, & now being in perfect healthe, sense & memory, doe bind myselfe, to the premisses ffollowing:---Videly:---As I take her to be my loving wife, soe I freely take her issue, being twoo sonne, & two daughters, as my one, to endeavor to bring them upp, asa ffather ought to doe: & ffurther more, I bind myselfe, that the said Margere shall quiettly enjoy & posesse, the halfe of my estate, which I shall be posessed withall, when it shall please God to change my life, besides the part of portion of goods, which I shall have with her, paying to the said issue, there severall portons, mentioned is there ffathers will, according to the appointed times, out of said estate, which I shall enjoy with her, In wittnes whereof, I have hereunto sett my hand, this 24th of ffebruary: 1650. In the presence of,

PHILLIP FFOWLER (P marke). WILLIAM BRIDGES. THOMAS ROWELL WILLIAM CHANDLER. (the marke of).

Received in court, held at Ipswich, the 30th of Sept., 1662, & alowed of, by the court. As attest. Robert LORD, cler." <The Fowler Family, by M.A. STICKNEY, 1882, pgs. 15-16>.

Spouse: Margaret MILNER. Deacon Thomas ROWELL and Margaret MILNER were married on 12 OCT 1615 in Mancetter, Warwickshire, England. Children were: Valentine ROWELL.

Spouse: Margaret FOWLER. Deacon Thomas ROWELL and Margaret FOWLER were married after 1650 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Jacob ROWELL.


born on 17 MAR 1594 in Mancetter, Warwickshire, England. He died on 17 MAY 1662 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts. Notes for THOMAS ROWELL: Thomas was one of the original proprietors of Salisbury, 1639; took the Oath of Fidelity ther in 1646; is said to have a wife in England 24th, 2d mo., 1649.

In 1656/57 (12 Feb.) Thomas Rowell and Alex. KNIGHT make an agreement with Robert COLLINGS, to lease his farm in Ipswich for seven years from date, excepting two acres and the home lot for himself.

In 1659 (5 April) when of Andover, with wife Marjery, sells Lieut. Robert PIKE of Salisbury, for 14 Pounds, "all my farm in the said town of Salisbury, containing by estimation, six score acres, be it more or less, viz: twenty acres of it was granted by the town of Salisbury, forty acres bought of Mr Samuel HALE, and forty acres bought of Mr Thomas BRADBURY, which was sometime John HPGE'S; all which several parcels of land, are situate, lying, and being within the bounds of Salisbury, up at the new town."

His will dated 24 Feb 1650/51, proved 30 Sept 1662, is recorded Essex Probate, Bk. 1: 173-175. Inventory taken 16 June1662, amount 16-10-2 Pounds, allowed 30 Sept 1662, when Margery, his widow, was administratrix of estate. Inventory 123-3-0 Pounds. By contract before marriage, the widow to have half the estate, court orders 29-10-0 Pounds to be paid to Jacob ROWELL, his son, when 21 years of age, and to his grandchildren, the children of Valentine ROWELL, 7-4-0 Pounds to eldest son, and 20shillings apiece to the other five. Additional inventory sworn to, 28th, 4th mo., 1681, when son Jacob ROWELL was appointed to take the place of Margary, his widow. Jacob ROWELL is then called the only child, who had then become of age, at which time he was appointed adm'r, to take the place of his mother Margary, the widow, who had removed out of the jurisdiction (Nantucket). He speaks of an agreement between his father and mother before marriage. Appraisers, Dudley BRADSTREET and Thomas CHANDLER. Some of the estate was on the Indian Plains, being the third division meadow, on the west side of Shawshine river, and upland in the swamp division. <The Fowler Family, (Fowler:16,17)

In 1662 (16 June) Robert COLLINS was a debtor of 5 shillings to the esatate of (his brother-in-law) Thomas ROWELL of Salisbury. (Fowler:26)

More About THOMAS ROWELL: Occupation: Carpenter.

Marriage Notes for MARGARET FOWLER and THOMAS ROWELL: Margaret entered into a marriage covent with him, the original of which is on file in Essex Registry of Probate:

"Know all men by these present, yt I, Thomas ROWELL of Salisbury, doe hereby covenant & Make this agremt, conerning Margere OSSGOOD, ye widdow of Christopher OSSGOOD of Ipswich, whoome God willing, I intend to make my Lawfull wife, & now being in perfect healthe, sense & memory, doe bind myselfe, to the premisses ffollowing:---Videly:---As I take her to be my loving wife, soe I freely take her issue, being twoo sonne, & two daughters, as my one, to endeavor to bring them upp, asa ffather ought to doe: & ffurther more, I bind myselfe, that the said Margere shall quiettly enjoy & posesse, the halfe of my estate, which I shall be posessed withall, when it shall please God to change my life, besides the part of portion of goods, which I shall have with her, paying to the said issue, there severall portons, mentioned is there ffathers will, according to the appointed times, out of said estate, which I shall enjoy with her, In wittnes whereof, I have hereunto sett my hand, this 24th of ffebruary: 1650. In the presence of,

PHILLIP FFOWLER (P marke). WILLIAM BRIDGES. THOMAS ROWELL WILLIAM CHANDLER. (the marke of).

Received in court, held at Ipswich, the 30th of Sept., 1662, & alowed of, by the court. As attest. Robert LORD, cler." <The Fowler Family, by M.A. STICKNEY, 1882, pgs. 15-16>.

Spouse: Margaret MILNER. Deacon Thomas ROWELL and Margaret MILNER were married on 12 OCT 1615 in Mancetter, Warwickshire, England. Children were: Valentine ROWELL.

Spouse: Margaret FOWLER. Deacon Thomas ROWELL and Margaret FOWLER were married after 1650 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Jacob ROWELL.

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Dea. Thomas Rowell's Timeline

1594
March 17, 1594
Mancetter, England, Warwickshire, UK
March 17, 1594
Mancetter Parish, Atherstonevillag, Warwickshire, England
March 17, 1594
Mancetter Parish, Atherstonevillag, Warwickshire, England
1622
June 22, 1622
Age 28
Mancetter, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom
1629
April 30, 1629
Age 35
England
1636
December 29, 1636
Age 42
England
1640
1640
Age 45
Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States of America