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Hannah Hatch

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Birthplace: Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Death: Died in Massachusetts, United States
Place of Burial: Massachusetts, United States
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Daughter of Thomas Hatch, Sr. and Lydia Spring
Wife of Samuel Utley
Mother of Lydia Hewett; Mary Utley; Samuel Utley, Jr.; John Utley; Jeremiah Utley and 1 other
Sister of Jonathan Hatch; William Hatch, Jr.; Jeremiah Hatch; Thomas Hatch, Jr.; Mary Hatch and 1 other

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About Hannah Hatch

  • THERE IS CONFLICTING PARENTAGE FOR HANNAH (HATCH) UTLEY, DIFFERENT REFERENCES LISTING EITHER WILLIAM & JANE (YOUNG) HATCH OR THOMAS & LYDIA HATCH

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  • Hannah Hatch Utley
  • Birth: 1638 Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Death: unknown Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Hannah (Hatch) Utley (1638-after 1662), was born in Sandwich, Massachusetts, the daughter of William Hatch (1598-1651) and his wife Jane (Young) Hatch -- later King -- (1596-1653). Hannah married Samuel Utley (1622-1662)on 6 December 1658 in Scituate, Massachusetts. Hannah (Hatch) Utley died after 1662 in Scituate, Massachusetts. CHILD: Lydia Utley (1659-1681).
  • Family links:
  • Parents:
  • William Hatch (1599 - 1651)
  • Jane Young Hatch King (1597 - 1653)
  • Spouse:
  • Samuel Utley (1622 - 1662)
  • Children:
    • Lydia Utley Hewitt (1659 - ____)*
    • Samuel Utley (1662 - 1722)*
  • Siblings:
  • John Hatche (1625 - 1651)*
  • Anne Hatch Torrey Phillips (1626 - 1697)*
  • Anne Hatch Phillips (1626 - 1691)*
  • Jane Hatch Lovell (1631 - ____)*
  • Hannah Hatch Utley (1638 - ____)
  • Burial: Unknown
  • A Grave Memorial# 73094329
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=73094329

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  • HATCH, Hannah
  • b. ABT 1642 Wye, Kent, England
  • Parents:
  • Father: HATCH, Thomas
  • Mother: Lydia,
  • Family:
  • Marriage: 6 DEC 1658 Scituate, Plymouth, Mass.
  • Spouse: UTLEY, Samuel
  • b. 1622 Thornewest, Riding, York, England
  • d. 1662 Scituate, Plymouth, Mass.
  • Children:
    • UTLEY, Lydia
    • UTLEY, Samuel
  • From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_28a.htm#20

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  • Genealogical and family history of the state of New Hampshire: a ..., Volume 2 By Lewis publishing company, Chicago
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=cfoI0UIOCKQC&pg=PA507&lpg=PA507&dq=Elizabeth+Holbrook+1630&source=bl&ots=kObONZDu3l&sig=9umNQ_m6gHIJCtNDMpJuNcHVDpU&hl=en&ei=cnHXTLbCKpT2tgORoqWOCw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CBsQ6AEwAjge#v=onepage&q=Elizabeth%20Holbrook%201630&f=false
  • https://archive.org/details/genealogicalfami02stea
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  • HATCH This is a name derived from the locality where the original Hatch lived in La Hache, and Hatch, like Hatcher and Hatchman, took his name from the simple bar across the woodland pathway by which he lived. Among the oldest of Massachusetts families, this has been very prolific, its descendants being now scattered over many states and territories of the Union. It was founded in Massachusetts by two brothers, William and Thomas, who are supposed to have come from Kent, England, and were both active in the settlement of the Plymouth Colony. The family was active in the Indian and Revolutionary wars, and has contributed its portion to the development of civil affairs in New Hampshire.
  • (I) Elder William Hatch was a native of Sandwich, county of Kent, England, and was probably a member, with his brother Thomas, of Governor Winthrop's Colony, which came to Massachusetts shores in 1630. William returned to England and came out in the ship "Hercules" in 1635. accompanied by his wife Jane, and six children and five servants. He was a man of means and business ability, and was a merchant at Scituate, Massachusetts. He was a ruling elder of the Second Church there, which was founded in 1644. and was a lieutenant of the militia. His children, all born in England, were: Jane, Anne, Walter, Hannah, William and Jeremiah.
  • (II) Walter, eldest son and third child of Elder William and Jane Hatch, was born about 1625, and died in Scituate in March, 1701. He was a shipwright by occupation. He was married (first), May 6, 1650, to Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Holbrook, of Weymouth. The date of her death does not appear, but he was married (second), at Marshfield, August 5, 1674, and the christian name of his wife was Mary. The surname is not known. His children, born of the first wife, were: Hannah, Samuel, Jane, Antipas, Bethia, John, Israel and Joseph.
  • (III) Samuel, .... etc.

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  • Genealogical and family history of central New York : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the building of a nation by Cutter, William Richard
  • https://archive.org/details/genealogicalfami05cutt
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalfami05cutt#page/501/mode/1up
  • The immigrant ancestor of the Hatch family of Buffalo, New York, herein recorded, was a son of Sir Walter Hatch, of England.
  • (I) William Hatch, the first of his name in America, and one of the earliest settlers of Scituate, Massachusetts, was born in Sandwich, Kent county, England, from which place he emigrated to America before 1633. In the course of a year or two he went back to England for his family, and returned in March, 1635, in the ship "Hercules," with his wife Jane, five children and six servants. He settled in Scituate in Kent street in 1634, prior to his return to England, and on arriving the second time, with his family, resumed his residence there. He kept a store and was rated a merchant of ability. He was a very active and useful man in town and church, being lieutenant of militia and the first ruling elder of the Second Church of Scituate, which was founded in 1644. He died November 6, 1651. Thomas Hatch, supposed to have been an elder brother of William, lived first in Dorchester, but moved to Scituate, where he died in 1646. leaving five children: Jonathan, William, Thomas, Alice and Hannah. Children of William and Jane Hatch, all born in England : Jane, married John Lovell ; Annie, married, 1648, Lieutenant James Torrey ; Walter, of further mention : Hannah, married, 1648, Samuel Utley ; William, died in Virginia, about 1646, married Abigail Hewes, and had Phoebe; Jeremiah, died in 1713, married, in 1657, Mary Hewes, and had fourteen children.
  • (II) Walter, eldest son of Elder William and Jane Hatch, was born in England, in 1623: died in Scituate, Massachusetts, March, 1701. He is on the list of those capable of bearing arms in 1643. He settled on a point of land in Scituate, southeast of the Second Society's meeting house, and spent his life in farming. He married (first) May 6, 1650, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas and Jane Holbrook, of Weymouth, who was mother of all his children. He married (second) Mary —— , of Marshfield, August 5, 1674. Children, .... etc.

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  • The New England historical and genealogical register, Volume 70 By Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters, New England Historic Genealogical Society
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=rAcivEotaG0C&pg=PA257&lpg=PA257&dq=Jeremiah+Hatch+1626&source=bl&ots=uxBRbBqo-p&sig=y2xJDPG0ACZBR3-M9UE5mdwSwCw&hl=en&ei=DvLVTMfhBIOcsQO3vZmNCw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=8&ved=0CCkQ6AEwBw#v=onepage&q=Jeremiah%20Hatch%201626&f=false
  • https://archive.org/details/newenglandhistor1916wate
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  • .... etc.
  • 9. WILLIAM HATCHE (Thomas, John the Younger, Thomas, Thomas, John), baptized at Tenterden, co. Kent, 9 Dec. 1563, was living 27 Dec. 1611, when his brother Thomas made his will, but died before 13 Feb. 1627/8, when his daughter Mary was licensed to marry William Sudell. He married, probably about 1593, ANNE —— , who was living as his widow at Tenterden 22 Jan. 1629/30, when her daughter Anne was licensed to marry John Beadle of New Romney. The will of John Hatche, the testator of 1628/9, names his brother William's children.
  • Children:
    • i. JOHN, eldest son, b. abt. 1594; of Mayfield, co Sussex, in 1628/9; devisee of his uncle John's lands. Child: 1. John, living in 1628/9
    • 10. ii. THOMAS, second son, b. abt. 1596.
    • 11. iii. WILLIAM, b. abt. 1598.*
    • 12. iv. ELIZABETH, b. abt 1600.
    • v. JUDITH, second daughter, b. abt. 1602; living in 1628/9; m. abt. 1625 JOSEPH OSBORNE of Ashford co. Kent. Child: 1. Jeremy, bapt. at Ashford 3 Dec. 1626;† living in 1628/9.
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    • vi. MARGARET, third daughter, b. abt. 1604; m. WILLIAM WOOD of Tenterden, co. Kent, who d. before 23 Mar. 1628/9, when she was living as his widow.
    • vii. MARY, fourth daughter, b. abt. 1606; living in 1628/9; m., probably at Kennnington, co. Kent, by licence of 13 Feb 1627/8, being then of Ashford, co. Kent, and about 21 years of age, WILLIAM SUDELL or SHUSALL of New Romney, co. Kent.
    • viii. A son, b. perhaps abt 1609; d. before 23 Mar. 1628/9.
    • ix. ANNE, youngest daughter, b. abt 1612; m., probably at St. Margaret's, Canterbury, by licence of 22 Jan. 1629/30, being then of Tenterden, co. Kent, and about 17 years of age, THOMAS BEADLE of New Romney, co. Kent.
  • 10. THOMAS HATCH (William, Thomas, John the Younger, Thomas, Thomas, John), of Wye, co. Kent, and Scituate, Mass., born, probably about 1596, died in New England before 14 June 1646, when his widow brought her daughter Hannah to be baptized.* He married, probably about 1622 LYDIA —— . He lived for a while at Wye, where in 1626 and 1628 two of his children were baptized. .... The date of his emigration to New England is not known; but he may have come with his brother William, on his second trip to New England, in the Castle, in 1638. He settled at Scituate, and was proposed as a freeman 5 Mar. 1638/9.
  • His widow, Lydia, married secondly, abot 1654, John Spring of Watertown, Mass., but continued to live in Scituate. About her the Plymouth Colony Records, uner date of 6 Oct. 1659, have the following: "Conserning a certaine woman, viz", the wife of John Spring, of Watertowne, which was somtimes the wife of Thomas Hatch, of Scittuate, which said woman hath lived about three or foure yeares att Sicttuate from her husband, the Court have ordered, that shee either repaire to her husband with all convenient speed, or to repaire to Duxburrow to the house of Mr Alden, on the twentyeth of this p'sent month of Octobert, to give a reason why shee doth not; and incase shee shall refuse to attend this order, the Court will take a speedy course to send her to her said husband."† Evidently she satisfied the authorities as to her reasons for living apart from her husband, for in 1665 she was still living in Scituate, when, as Lydia Spring, she took oath to the statements which her son-in-law, Jonas Pickles, made to her as to his wishes regarding the disposition of his property after his death.
    • Children:
    • i. WILLIAM, b. in England abt. 1624; emigrated with his parents to New England; lived at Scituate and later at Swansea, Mass.,
    • * Much confusion has arisen and numerous errors have appeared in various printed works regarding two settlers in Plymough Colony named Thomas Hatch. Besides Thomas Hatch of Scituate, there was a Thomas Hatach, an early propietor of Dorchester, Mass., who was propounded as a freeman 14 May 1634. (Massachusetts Bay Records, vol. 1, p. 369.) He removed to Barnstable, where he was propounded as a freeman 1 June 1641. At Barnstable, in Aug. 1643, he was on the list of those able to bear arms, that is, he was between 16 and 60 years of age. He had land in both Yarmouth and Barnstable, and took the oath of fidelity in Yarmouth in 1657. he died about 1660, and on 7 May 1661 his widow Grace presented his inventory. On 3 Mar. 1662/3 administration on his estate was granted Jonathan Hatch and to Lydia, wife of Henry Taylor, who were without doubt his children. (Plymouth Colony Records, Court Orders, vol. 4, p. 31.) This Thomas Hatch of Dorchester, Yarmouth, and Barnstable did not belong to the Hatch family of Scituate, which came from co. Kent.
    • † Plymouth Colony Records, Court Orders, vol. 3, p. 174.
    • where he d. abt. 1702; m. at Scituate, 13 May 1652, SUSANNA ANNIBALL, dau. of Anthony of Scituate. He joined with his brothers Jeremiah and Thomas in deeds in 1680 and 1682.* Children: 1. Mary, bapt. at Scituate 3 Oct. 1652. 2. Lydia, b. at Scituate 7 Jan. 1654/5. 3. William, bapt. at Scituate 29 Apr. 1660.
    • ii. JEREMIAH, bapt. at Wye, co. Kent, 23 July 1626; emigrated with his parents to New England; d. between 1709 or 1710, when he ordered James Torrey to obliterate three lines in his will,† and 16 Mar. 1712/13, when the will was proved; m. at Scituate, 29 Dec. 1657, MARY HEWES, dau. of John "the Welchman." She d. between 1713 and 20 Sept. 1716, when her will was proved. Jeremiah Hatch was a shipbuilder at Scituate. .... Children, b. at Scituate: 1. Mary, b. 14 Feb. 1658/9. 2. Jeremiah, b. 31 Aug. 1660. 3. Joanna, b. 21 Mar. 1662/3. 4. Mercy, b. 15 Apr. 1665. 5. John, b. 4 Jan 1666/7. 6. Elizabeth, b. 10 Mar. 1668/9; m. her second cousin, Israel Hatch (11, i, 7). 7. Lydia, b. 5 Dec. 1669. 8. Phebe, b. 8 Apr. 1671. 9 Thomas, b. 15 Dec. 1672. 10 James, b. 4 May 1674. 11. Anna, b. 6 Oct. 1677. 12. Deborah, b. 24 Mar. 1678/9.
    • iii. THOMAS, bapt. at Wye, co. Kent, 9 Nov. 1628; emigrated with his parents to New England; m. at Scituate, 4 Feb. 1662/3, SARAH ELMES, b. at Scituate 29 Sept. 1645, dau. of Rodulphus and Catherine (Whitecombe) of Scituate. Children, b. at Scituate: 1. Sarah, b. 23 May 1664. 2. Lydia, b. 9 Dec. 1666. 3. Mary, b. 19 Jan. 1668/9. 4. Thomas, b. 4 Dec. 1670. 5. Keturah, b. 8 Apr. 1672. 6. Hannah, b. 26 July 1673. 7 Rodulphus, b. 26 Dec. 1674. 8. Margaret, b. 26 Aug. 1677. 9. Abigail, b. 10 Nov. 1678. 10. Joseph, b. 6 May 1682. 11. Jeremiah, b. 2 Mar. 1684/5.
    • iv. MARY, b. in England, probably abt. 1631; emigrated with her parents to New England; m. DANIEL PRIOR. Child: 1. Daniel, bapt. at Scituate 6 July 1656.‡
    • v. ALICE, bapt. at Tenterden, co. Kent, 25 Sept. 1636; emigrated with her parents to New England; m. (1) at Scituate, 23 Dec. 1657, JONAS PICKLES, who d. between 15 Dec. 1664, when he made his nuncupative will, and 27 Sept. 1665, when his mother-in-law, Lydia ( —— ) (Hatch) Spring, took oath about the satements that he had made to her as to the disposition of his property; m. (2) at Scituate, in Dec. 1665, THOMAS ROOSE. Children by first husband, b. at Scituate: 1. Jonas, b. 5 Feb. 1658/9; d young. 2. Mercy, b. 28 Dec. 1660. 3. Nathan, b. 28 Jan. 1661/2. 4 Jonas, b. 10 Mar. 1663/4. 5. Lydia, b. 10 Apr. 1665. Children by second husband, b. at Scituate: 6. Thomas, b. 10 Sept. 1666. 7. Patient, b. 31 Mar. 1668/9 [sic]. 8 Hannah, b. 23 May 1669 [sic].
    • vi. HANNAH, bapt. at Scituate 14 June 1646, being presented by her mother, "widow Hatch," and being then evidently a child several years old and not an infant; m. at Scituate, 6 Dec. 1658, SAMUEL UTLEY. Child: 1. Lydia, b. at Scituate 28 Dec. 1659.
    • * Copies of these deeds are in the possession of Israel H. Hatch of Marshfield, Mass.
    • † See deposition attached to the will, in the Plymouth Probate Records.
    • ‡ Savage's Genealogical Dict., vol. 3, p. 488, states that Daniel Prior or Pryor had a wife Mary; and in the records of the Second Church of Scituate, under date of 6 July 1656, is found the baptism of "Daniel grandchild to our sister Spring, and sonne to Daniel Pryor."
  • .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/newenglandhistor1916wate#page/258/mode/1up
  • 11. ELDER WILLIAM HATCH (William, Thomas, John the Younger, Thomas, Thomas, John), of Ashford, Wye, and Sandwich, co. Kent, and of Scituate in the Plymouth Colony, woollen draper and merchant, born about 1598, died at Scituate 6 Nov. 1651. He probably married first —— ;* and secondly, probably at Thanington, near Canterbury, co. Kent, by licence of 9 July 1624, JANE YOUNG of Thanington, born about 1596, who married secondly, at Scituate, 31 Mar. 1653, Elder Thomas King of Scituate (who succeeded William Hatch in the office of elder), and died at Scituate 8 Oct. 1653. Her parentage has not yet been discovered, but it is likely that Edward Young of Thanington, husbandman, one of the bondsmen on the marriage licence, was her kinsman, perhaps her brother.
  • About 1634 William Hatch and his family removed from Wye to Sandwich, co. Kent, The statement that he was at Scituate in the Plymouth Colony in 1633 is incorrect, and is due to the assumption that the date after the names of the assistants in the records applied to all the names following. He embarked for America for the first time in Mar. 1634/5, sailing from Sandwich in the ship Hercules with his wife Jane, five children, and six servants. In the same ship sailed his cousin, Lydia (Huckstep) Tilden (7, i, 7), with her husband, Nathaniel Tilden, and their children. William Hatch and his family settled at Scituate, where he built a house on Kent Street and was admitted freeman on 5 Jan. 1635/6. He returned to England, but came back to New England in Apr. 1638, in the ship Castle.† It is probable that his brother Thomas (10) with his wife and children and his sister Elizabeth Soan (12) with her son William came with him on this voyage. In 1643 William Hatch was chosen the first ruling elder of the Second Church of Scituate, and in August of that year he with his sons Walter and John appears on the list of those in Scituate able to bear arms (that is, they were between 16 and 60 years of age). In the same year also he was lieutenant of the trainband.‡
  • Child, probably by first wife:
    • i. WALTER, b. probably abt. 1623; d. 24 May 1699;§ m. (1) at Scituate, 6 May 1650, ELIZABETH HOLBROOK, b. in England abt. 1634, d. after 1669, dau. of Thomas and Jane of Weymouth, Mass; m. (2) at Marshfield MARY STABLE.|| He settled in the
    • * Although in the marriage licence of 9 July 1624 William Hatch is described as a bachelor, it seems necessary to assume that this statement is incorrect and is probably due to a clerical error. In a will dated 3 Mar. 1681/2, signed by Walter Hatch, son of Elder William, 4 Mar. 1681/2, but never proved, Walter Hatch gives his age as "59 yeares," and therefore he was born about 1623. In Aug. 1643 Walter Hatch is on the list of those able to bear arms, that is, he was then at least 16 years of age. In the will of his father, dated 5 Nov. 1651, Walter Hatch is named before his brother William. In the division of the personal estate of his father he signs first, and the document is in his handwriting. In various other documents in which he is named with his only surviving brother, William, he is always named first. Walter, therefore, must have been the eldest son of Elder William, and the child of a marriage contracted earlier than 1624. The unproved will of Walter Hatch and the document containing the division of the personal estate of his father are in the possession of one of Walter Hatch's descendants, Israel H. Hatch of Marshfield, Mass., who has kindly permitted the writer to have access to his voluminous family papers.
    • † Lechford's Note-Book, p. 140.
    • ‡ Many erroneous statements about Elder William Hatch and his family appear in various printed works, and it is hoped that the pedigree here given will serve in some measure to correct such errors.
    • § From a copy of a deed from Walter's son John, dated 19 Mar. 1705 [1705/6], now in the possession of Israel H. Hatch of Marshfield, Mass.
    • || This surname is given on the authority of Israel H. Hatch of Marshfield, Mass. Most writers on this family state that in the marriage record the surname of the wife has been obliterated. In Register, vol. 6, p. 348, the record from the town books of Marshfield appears, in abbreviated form, as "Walter Hatch and —— —stable m. 5 Aug. 1674."
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  • part of Scituate called "The Two Miles," which was joined to Marshfield in 1788; and the house which he built there is still standing and is the residence of Israel H. Hatch, his descendant. A will of Walter Hatch, dated 3 Mar. 1681/2 and signed 4 Mar. 1681/2, was neverproved; for after this will was made his son Antipas became of unsound mind, and his father made a new will, providing for the maintenance of Antipas but leaving to his brothers the land formerly intended for him. This second will was proved.* Children by first wife, b. at Scituate: 1. Hannah, b. 3 Mar. 1651/2. 2. Samuel, b. 22 Dec. 1653. 3. Jane, b. 7 Mar. 1655/6. 4. Antipas, b. 26 Oct. 1658. 5. Bethiah, b. 31 Mar. 1661. 6. John, b. 8 July 1664. 7. Israel, b. 25 Mar. 1667; m. his second cousin, Elizabeth Hatch (10, ii, 6). 8. Joseph, b. 9 Dec. 1669.
  • Children by second wife:
    • ii. JOHN, bapt. at Wye, co. Kent, 7 Aug. 1625; emigrated with his parents to New England in Mar. 1634/5; living at Scituate in Aug. 1643, when he is named among those able to bear arms; d. before 5 Nov. 1651, as he is not mentioned in his father's will.
    • iii. ANNE, bapt. at Wye, co. Kent, 3 Dec. 1626; emigrated with her parents to New England in Mar. 1634/5; m. (1) at Scituate, 2 Nov. 1643, LIEUT. JAMES TORREY of Scituate, who d. at Scituate 6 July 1665; probably m. (2) at Marshfield, 3 Apr. 1677, JOHN PHILLIPS. Children by first husband, b. at Scituate: 1. James, b. 3 Sept. 1644. 2. William, b. 15 Mar. 1646/7; probably d. young. 3. Joseph, b. 18 Mar. 1648/9. 4. Damaris, h. 26 Oct. 1651. 5. Jonathan, b. 20 Sept. 1654. 6. Mary, b. 14 Feb. 1656/7. 7. Josiah, b. 28 Jan. 1658/9. 8. Sarah, b. 9 Feb. 1660/1. 9. Joanna, b. 4 May 1663. 10. Bethia, b. 19 July 1665.
    • iv. A son, newborn, bur. at Wye, co. Kent, 31 July 1628.
    • v. WILLIAM, bapt. at Wye, co. Kent, 9 Aug. 1629; emigrated with his parents to New England in Mar. 1634/5; d. in Virginia, being on a journey to that Colony, between 13 Sept. 1653, the date of his will, and 1656, when his will was proved; m. at Scituate, abt. 1652, ABIGAIL HEWES, dau. of John "the Welchman." She m. (2) 14 Oct. 1658 John King of Weymouth.† At his father's death William Hatch became the owner of the house on Kent St., Scituate, which descended from him to his daughter Phebe. On 18 July 1677 the latter, being then of Boston and a spinster, sold this house and 20 acres of land to Jeremiah Hatch (10, ii) of Scituate, who was her first cousin once removed and also her uncle by marriage, having married Mary Hewes, her mother's sister. Children; 1. Lydia, b. at Scituate 28 Apr. 1653; d. there 2 May 1653. 2. Phebe, bapt. at Scituate 19 Mar. 1653/4.
    • vi. JANE, bapt. at Wye, co. Kent, 19 June 1631; emigrated with her parents to New England in Mar. 1634/5; m. JOHN LOVELL, b. in England in 1627, s. of Robert and Elizabeth of Weymouth, Mass. Children: 1. John, b. before 5 Nov. 1651, when he is mentioned in the will of his grandfather, Elder William Hatch; d. young. 2. Elizabeth, d. at Weymouth 21 Jan. 1656/7. 3. Phebe, b. at Weymouth 19 Feb. 1655/6. 4. John, b. at Weymouth 8 May 1658. 5. Elizabeth, b. at Weymouth 28 Oct. 1660. 6. James, b. at Weymouth 23 Oct. 1662. 7. William, b. at Weymouth 24 Feb. 1664/5. 8. Andrew, b. at Weymouth 28 June 1668. 9. Jane, b. at Weymouth 20 July 1670.
    • vii. ANDREW, bapt. at Wye, co. Kent, 3 Nov. 1633; bur. there 6 Nov. 1633.
    • * .... etc.

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  • Genealogical and family history of central New York : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the building of a nation by Cutter, William Richard
  • https://archive.org/details/genealogicalfami05cutt
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalfami05cutt#page/501/mode/1up
  • The immigrant ancestor of the Hatch family of Buffalo, New York, herein recorded, was a son of Sir Walter Hatch, of England.
  • (I) William Hatch, the first of his name in America, and one of the earliest settlers of Scituate, Massachusetts, was born in Sandwich, Kent county, England, from which place he emigrated to America before 1633. In the course of a year or two he went back to England for his family, and returned in March, 1635, in the ship "Hercules," with his wife Jane, five children and six servants. He settled in Scituate in Kent street in 1634, prior to his return to England, and on arriving the second time, with his family, resumed his residence there. He kept a store and was rated a merchant of ability. He was a very active and useful man in town and church, being lieutenant of militia and the first ruling elder of the Second Church of Scituate, which was founded in 1644. He died November 6, 1651. Thomas Hatch, supposed to have been an elder brother of William, lived first in Dorchester, but moved to Scituate, where he died in 1646. leaving five children: Jonathan, William, Thomas, Alice and Hannah. Children of William and Jane Hatch, all born in England : Jane, married John Lovell ; Annie, married, 1648, Lieutenant James Torrey ; Walter, of further mention : Hannah, married, 1648, Samuel Utley ; William, died in Virginia, about 1646, married Abigail Hewes, and had Phoebe; Jeremiah, died in 1713, married, in 1657, Mary Hewes, and had fourteen children.
  • (II) Walter, eldest son of Elder William and Jane Hatch, was born in England, in 1623: died in Scituate, Massachusetts, March, 1701. He is on the list of those capable of bearing arms in 1643. He settled on a point of land in Scituate, southeast of the Second Society's meeting house, and spent his life in farming. He married (first) May 6, 1650, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas and Jane Holbrook, of Weymouth, who was mother of all his children. He married (second) Mary —— , of Marshfield, August 5, 1674. Children, .... etc.

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  • History of Scituate, Massachusetts By Samuel Deane, Deane
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=s3KQpt28qMEC&pg=PA100&lpg=PA100&dq=james+cudworth+1665&source=bl&ots=0TFH6t-i-r&sig=4pMzTaTzpgEamnj45x3yIirNij0&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiPq7C5kKrLAhUX2WMKHcREAzQ4HhDoAQghMAE#v=onepage&q=cudworth&f=false
  • Pg.280
    • THOMAS HATCH
  • was an older brother, probably, of William. He settle in a part of the Town at that time but little cultivated, viz. three fourths of a mile west of the present Town-house, near a small brook that runs in the meadow, and twenty rods west of the road. He died early. His widow had an infant Hannah brought to baptism 1646, which was probably near the date of his death. His other children were William and Thomas.
  • William was a soldier in Philip's war, and received a grant of land 1676. He left daughters Mary born 1652, Lydia 1654, Phebe and Hannah, but no son probably.
  • Thomas married Sarah, daughter of Rhodolphus Ellms, 1662, and had eleven children, born from 1664 to 1684. His descendants now living are Marshall Hatch, and Jonathan, who lives near the first settlement of the family.
  • Alice, who married Jonas Pickels 1657, was probably daughter of Thomas, sen.
  • Thomas, jr. deceased 1686. His will gives "To eldest son Thomas, land at Long marsh — to Rhodolphus, Joseph and Jeremiah, (the youngest child being two years old), land at Stonnington, Conn. To daughter Sarah, Lydia, Caturah, Hannah, Mary, Margaret, Abigail, 8£ each."
  • There was a Samuel Hatch, a volunteer soldier in the Pequod war, 1637.

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Hannah Hatch's Timeline

1638
1638
Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
1646
June 14, 1646
Age 8
Scituate, Plymouth, MA
June 14, 1646
Age 8
Scituate,Plymouth,MA
June 14, 1646
Age 8
Scituate, Plymouth, MA
June 14, 1646
Age 8
Scituate,Plymouth,MA
June 14, 1646
Age 8
Scituate, Plymouth, MA
June 14, 1646
Age 8
Scituate, Plymouth, MA
June 14, 1646
Age 8
Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
1648
June 14, 1648
Age 10
Massachusetts, USA