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Lot Conant, of Beverly

Дата рождения:
Место рождения: Cape Ann, Essex , Massachusetts
Смерть: 29 сентября 1674 (49-51)
Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts
Ближайшие родственники:

Сын Gov. Roger Conant и Sarah Conant
Муж Elizabeth Mansfield
Отец Samuel Conant; Nathaniel Conant, Sr.; John Conant, of Beverly; Lot Conant, Il; Mary Kimball и ещё 6
Брат Sarah Conant; John Conant; Caleb Conant; Joanna Conant; Roger Conant и ещё 5

Профессия: Farmer, shoemaker, In addition to his occupation as a farmer (yeoman), he also apparently worked at a trade (possibly a shoemaker as that was son Nathaniel's occupation) as evidenced by his special bequest of "the shop and tools" as noted in his will
Office: Selectman (Marblehead)
Менеджер: Private User
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About Lot Conant, of Beverly

A History and Genealogy of the Conant Family in England and America, Thirteen Generations, 1520-1887: Containing Also Some Genealogical Notes on the Connet, Connett and Connit Families. Frederick Odell Conant Private print. [Press of Harris & Williams], 1887 - 640 pages pp 128-131

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SECOND GENERATION.

2. Lot /2(Roger /1), b. about 1624 at Nantasket or Cape Ann. He seems to have lived at Marblehead as early as 1657; was selectman in 1662; had one cow's commonage in 1667, and on May 25, 1674, is recorded as one of the 114 householders.* On Nov. 20, 1666, his father gave him the homestead at Beverly with 32 acres adjoining and 72 acres in other parts of the town (Essex Deeds, Vol. 3, p. 28. For deed in full see p. 120 of this Genealogy). On the same day Lot leased the homestead with three acres adjoining, composing the southern part of the home farm, to his father and mother for an annual rent of "one Indian corn." About this time he probably moved to Beverly and built a house near his father's, for "a dwelling house and orchard containing about 4 acres, with an old house of his father" is mentioned in the inventory of his estate. On July 4, 1667, he was one of those dismissed from the First Church of Salem to form a church at Bass River, or Beverly.

In 1669-70, Mch. 10, with consent of his wife, Elizabeth, he sold to Vinson Stilson, of Marblehead, " all that his messuage, tenement or dwelling house with the land on which it stands & land belonging being 1/4 acre in Marblehead bounding unto the lands of John Trebyc and Richard Thisle." (Essex Deeds, Vol. 3, p. 181.)

On the 20 Mch,, 1671, " Lott Conant of Beverly, yeoman, sells John Trehy of Marblehead a dwelling house with land adjoining and orchard and garden (Petition, 25 May, 1671.) bounded by the highway or street westerly and some land of Vinson Stilson westerly and Ivichard Hanaver north-westerly, the marsh of Nathaniel Walton north-easterly and land of said Lott Conant south-easterly." Signed by Lot and Elizabeth Conant, and witnessed by Hilliard Veren and Francis Johnson. (Essex Deeds, Vol. 8, p. 140.)

On the 20 Mch., 1672, Lot Connet attactiug Matthew ffairfield and not p'secuting the Court allows the said ffairtield costs 4s.'" (County Court Records.)

He died 29 Sep., 1674, leaving the following will :

"I Lot Conant aged about fiftie yeers being sieke and weak, yet of p'fit understanding doe lieieby declare my last will and testament wherein in the tirst place I doe bequeth my soule unto god that gave it, and my body to the grave in hope of a blessed resurrection : and for my outward estate and goods I doe bequeath and give unto my live sonns to each of them fiftie pounds and unto my sonn Nathaniel the shop and tools over & above the rest, and unto my five daughters twenty pounds to each of them and this estate I leave to be whole and unbroken till they come to full age or to marriage estate and in the meane time the whole to rest in the hands of my wife, and for the bringing up of the children and further more my will is that my wife be executrix and that the bind be not at all disposed off from the children and that my wife have the dwelling house and orchard for her life time, and also that my kinswoman mari Leach have a cow or heifer at her being married or going from my wife. And for help unto my wife in this matter I doe instruct and designe mr. John Hale, Captaine Lathroi)and my brother Exercise Conant to be assisting, hereunto I have subsci'ibed my hand this 24 of the 7 month 1674.

Witness (signed) Lot Conant

ROGER CONANT EXERCISE CONANT

Roger Conant and Exercise Conant sworn in Court at Salem the 26: 9 mo: 1674 that they were presenl as witnesses when Lott Conant signed and proclaimed the above writter as his last will and testament and there is no later will they know of, the said Lott being of good understanding.

Attest Hilliard Veren CI."

The original will is preserved in the Court Files of Essex county. A fac-simile of it is here presented. (Not printed here-see e-book)

This inventory prised by Mr. Williani Dodge Sen ;and .John Raiment

The relict and executrix of said Lott Conant gave oath to the truth of tlie above Inventory to the best of her knowledge and what she shall come to have knowledge of afterwards to be added to the foregoing and the aiipriscrs did declare yt they made a true apjirisal of ye estate above written according to their best understanding in Court Salem 26:9: 74

Attest Hilliard Veren Cl."

Lot Conant married Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. William Walton, wlio took his degrees at Emanuel College, Cambridge in 162I and 1625, and was settled over the parish of Seaton, Devonshire, where his daughter was baptized "27 Oct., 1629 William Walton was from Essex county, England, and is thought to have been at Ilingham, Mass., as early as l635. He was made a freeman Mch., 1636; settled at Marblehead as early as 1639, and was pastor there until his death in 1668. Josiah Walton, son of Rev. William, died leaving a will dated '23 June, 1673, by which his estate was divided among his brothers, Nathaniel and Samuel, and his sisters, Martha Munjoy, Elizabeth Conant and Mary Bartlett. (Essex County Probate Records.)

Elizabeth, widow oi Lot Conant, married 10 Jan., 1681-2, as his third wife, Andrew, son of Robert and Elizabeth Mansfield, of Lynn. He was b. 1623; made his will 1 June, 1679, which was proved 25 Nov., 1683.

Children of Lot and Elizabeth (Walton) Conant: —

8. i.Nathaniel, b. 28 July, 1650 baptized 1st Ch. Salem, 26 March 1662

9. ii.John, b. 15 Dec. 1652 baptized 1st Ch. Salem, 26 March 1662

10, iii. Lot, b. 10 Feb. 1657-8 baptized 1st Ch. Salem, 26 March 1662

iv..Elizabeth, b. 13 May, 1660 baptized 1st Ch. Salem, 26 March 1662

11. v. Mary, b. 14 July, 1662.

12, vi. Martha, b.. 15 Aug., 1664; bap. 12: 8: 1664.

13, vii. Sarah, b. twin, b.19 Feb., 1666-7: bap. :3: 5: 1667, at First Church, Salem

14. viii.William, b. twin b. 19 Feb., 1666-7: bap. 3: 5: 1667 , atFirst Church, Salem.

15. ix. Roger, 1). 10 Mch., 1668-9; bap. 23: 3: 1669.

16. x. Rebecca, b. :31 Jan., 1670-1; bap. 28: 9: 1671.

Lot Conant

  • Birth: BET 1623 AND 1624 in Cape Ann, MA
  • Death: 29 SEP 1674 in Beverly, Essex Co., MA
  • Father: Roger Conant b: BET 1591 AND 1592 in East Budleigh, Devonshire, England
  • Mother: Sarah Horton b: BET 1598 AND 1600 in England
  • Marriage 1 Elizabeth Walton b: 27 OCT 1629 in Seaton, Devonshire, England
  • Children: Nathaniel, John, Lot, Elizabeth, Mary, Martha, Sarah, William, twin of Sarah; Roger, Rebecca.

(II) Lot Conant, of Beverly or Bass River, Mass., son of Roger, married Elizabeth Walton.

Lot was born about 1624 and died September 29, 1674. He married Elizabeth Walton and had ten children. The marriage of their descendant Hannah Conant (d.1810) with Josiah Dodge (d.1785/90) in 1761 connected the line of Mayflower passenger Richard More with the Conant family. After Lot’s death, Elizabeth married (2) Andrew Mansfield in Lynn on January 10, 1681/82.

Biography

Lot Conant seems to have lived at Marblehead as early as 1657; was selectman in 1662; had one cow's commonage in 1667,and on May 25,1674, is recorded as one of the 114 householders. [Roads' History of Marblehead, p. 26] On Nov 20,1666 his father gave him the homestead at Beverly with 32 acres adjoining and 72 acres in other parts of the town (Essex deeds, volume 3,p.28). On the same day Lot leased the homestead with three acres adjoining, composing the southern part of the home farm, to his father and mother for an annual rent of "one Indian corn." About this time he probably moved to Beverly and built a house near his father's, for "a dwelling house and orchard containing about 4 acres, with an old house of his father" is mentioned in the inventory of his estate. On July 4 1667 he was one of those dismissed from the first Church of Salem to form a church at Bass River, or Beverly. His will was witnessed by Roger and Exercise Conant on 26 Sept.1674. Attest: Hilliard Veren, clerk. He was among the original members of the first Church in Beverly, MA, in 1667, according the book, HISTORY OF BEVERLY, Stone, 1834, p. 20.

Children: Nathaniel, John, Lot, Elizabeth, Mary, Martha, Sarah, William, twin of Sarah; Roger, Rebecca.

Elizabeth Walton remarried after the death of her first husband Lot died. She remarried on 10 Jan.1681-2 as a third wife of Andrew Mansfield of Lynn, Mass. Andrew made his will 01 June 1679 which was proved 25 Nov. 1683

Andrew was her daughter Hannah’s father in law. hmmm guess she approved of her daughters husbands family!

Sources:

  1. Lineage Book of Hereditary Order of Descendants of Colonial Governors  (Google eBook) Robert Glenn Thurtle Genealogical Publishing Com, Jun 1, 2009 - History - 406 pages.  Page 173.
  2. New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial, vol I, publ 1915.  Edited by William Richard Cutter. Page 98.  "Conant"
  3. Representative Men and Old Families of Southeastern Massachusetts: Containing Historical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens and Genealogical Records of Many of the Old Families ... (Google eBook) J.H. Beers & Company, 1912 - Barnstable County (Mass.).  Page 383

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Lot Conant Memorial

Birth: 1624 Essex County Massachusetts, USA Death: Sep. 29, 1674 Beverly Essex County Massachusetts, USA

Born about 1624 in Nantasket or Cape Ann MA to Gov. Roger & Sarah (Horton) Conant. Married 1649-1650 to Elizabeth Walton. Their child: Mary (Conant) Burley.

Find A Grave contributor Ken Smith adds: Lot Conant was born in Dorchester or Cape Ann, Massachusetts, about 1624. He was the son of Roger Conant, who was the original Governor of Cape Ann & Salem, and his wife, Sarah Horton. He married, before 1650, Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. William Walton and Elizabeth Cooke, who was born in Seaton, Devonshire, England in 1629. Lot and Elizabeth were living in Marblehead as early as 1657. Lot was a selectman there in 1662. In 1666, Lot's father gave him the homestead at Beverly including over 100 acres. On the same day, Lot leased back to his father the house and three acres for an annual rent of "one Indian corn". About this time, Lot probably moved his family back to Beverly and built a house near his father's, because "a dwelling house and orchard containing about 4 acres, with an old house of his father" is mentioned in the inventory of Lot's estate. In 1667 he was one of the founding members of the new church at Bass River, or Beverly. In March of 1670 and March of 1671, he sold his Marblehead houses and lands. Lot and Elizabeth had ten children, eight born in Marblehead and the last two in Beverly. Lot was described in land deeds as "Lot Conant, yeoman", but in addition to his role as a farmer, he must have also had a trade, possibly shoemaker, as evidenced by his bequest of "the shop and tools" to son Nathaniel in his will. It is known that Nathaniel was a shoemaker. Lot Conant wrote his will on September 24, 1674, and died on September 29, in Beverly. His estate was valued at 780 Pounds. Two years later, Elizabeth married, as his third wife, Andrew Mansfield of Lynn. The death of Elizabeth is not recorded at Beverly, she may have died in Lynn. She was however, alive in 1683 when her husband died.


Family links:

Parents:
 Roger Conant (1592 - 1679)
 Sarah Horton Conant (1598 - ____)

Spouse:
 Elizabeth Walton Conant Mansfield (1629 - 1683)*

Children:
 Nathaniel Conant (____ - 1732)*
 John Conant (1652 - 1724)*
 Lot Conant (1657 - 1744)*
 Elizabeth Conant (1660 - ____)*
 Mary Conant Burley Kimball (1662 - 1743)*
 Martha Conant Perkins (1664 - 1754)*
 Sarah Conant (1665 - 1750)*
 William Conant (1665 - 1754)*
 Roger Conant (1668 - ____)*

Siblings:
 Sarah Conant (1619 - 1620)*
 Caleb Conant (1622 - 1633)*
 Sarah Conant Leach (1623 - ____)*
 Lot Conant (1624 - 1674)
 Joanna Conant (1626 - ____)*
 Roger Conant (1628 - ____)*
 Joshua Conant (1630 - ____)*
 Mary Conant Dodge (1631 - 1688)*
 Elizabeth Conant (1635 - ____)*
 Exercise Conant (1636 - 1722)*
  • Calculated relationship

Burial: Unknown


Created by: Linda Mac Record added: Feb 24, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 34161801

Lot Conant and Elizabeth Walton had the following children:

21 i. Nathaniel6 Conant was born in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts July 28, 1650. Nathaniel died 1732 at 81 years of age. He married Hannah Mansfield in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

22 ii. John Conant was born in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts December 15, 1652. He married Bethiah Mansfield in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, May 7, 1678.

23 iii. Lot Conant was born in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts February 16, 1657/ 68. Lot died 1744 at 86 years of age. He married twice. He married Abigail. He married Elizabeth Pride June 14, 1698. Elizabeth was the daughter of John Pride and Mary.

24 iv. Mary Conant was born in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts July 14, 1662.

25 v. Martha Conant was born in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts August 15, 1664. Martha died January 2, 1754 at 89 years of age. She married Luke Perkins May 31, 1688.

26 vi. Sarah Conant was born in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts February 19, 1666/67. Sarah died November 1, 1750/01 at 84 years of age. She married George Trow in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. George was born 1665. George died 1749 at 84 years of age.

27 vii. William Conant was born in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts February 19, 1666/67. William died 1754 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, at 87 years of age. He married Mary Woodbury in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, before 1694. *

28 viii. Roger Conant was born March 10, 1668. 29 ix. Rebecca Conant was born in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts January 31, 1670. She married Nathaniel Raymond.


GEDCOM Source

FamilySearch Family Tree (https://www.familysearch.org) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, "FamilySearch Family Tree," database, FamilySearch   (https://www.familysearch.org) accessed 25 Jan 2019), entry for Lot Conant, person ID LXQK-N8C. 3

GEDCOM Source

FamilySearch Family Tree (https://www.familysearch.org) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, "FamilySearch Family Tree," database, FamilySearch   (https://www.familysearch.org) accessed 25 Jan 2019), entry for Lot Conant, person ID LXQK-N8C. 3

GEDCOM Source

FamilySearch Family Tree (https://www.familysearch.org) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, "FamilySearch Family Tree," database, FamilySearch   (https://www.familysearch.org) accessed 25 Jan 2019), entry for Lot Conant, person ID LXQK-N8C. 3

  • Reference-Full Text: https://archive.org/details/historygenealogy00cona/page/128/mode/2up
  • A History and Genealogy of the Conant Family in England and America, Thirteen Generations, 1520-1887: Containing Also Some Genealogical Notes on the Connet, Connett and Connit Families Frederick Odell Conant Private print. [Press of Harris & Williams], 1887 - 640 pages pp 128-131
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Хронология Lot Conant, of Beverly

1623
1623
Essex , Massachusetts
1650
28 июля 1650
Beverly,Essex,Massachusetts
28 июля 1650
Salem or Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts USA
1652
15 декабря 1652
Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1657
16 февраля 1657
Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts
1660
13 мая 1660
Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1662
14 июля 1662
Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1664
16 августа 1664
Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts
1667
19 февраля 1667
Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts