|Birthplace:||Bedfordshire , England|
|Death:||Died in Hadley, Hampshire County, Province of Massachusetts|
|Place of Burial:||Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, United States|
Son of Thomas Nash and Margery Nash
|Managed by:||Noah Gregory Tutak|
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TIMOTHY NASH (+THOMAS2, +THOMAS1) was born 1626 in Bedfordshire, England, and died 13/Mar/1699 in Hadley, Massachusetts. He married +REBEKAH STONE 1657 in Hadley, Mass., daughter of +SAMUEL STONE and +HOPE FLETCHER. She was born 03/Apr/1625 in Sisted, Essex, England, and died 18/Apr/1709 in Hadley, Massachusetts.
Notes for +TIMOTHY NASH:
NASH, LIEUT. TIMOTHY, 1626-1699, Hadley, Mass., and New Haven, Conn. Lieut. Hadley Military Co., 1678. Deputy, 1690, '91, '95.
NASH. TIMOTHY, Hartford, youngest son of the first Thomas, born in England, married about 1657, Rebecca, daughter of Rev. Samuel Stone, had Rebecca, born 12 Mar. 1658, at New Haven, died young; Samuel, 8 Feb. 1660, killed at Hadley, by a horse, at 8 years; and Thomas, 1661; removed to Hadley 1663, there had Joseph, 27 Jan. 1664; Timothy, 1665; John, 21 Aug. 1667; Samuel, again, 17 June 1669; Hope, 20 Nov. 1670; Ebenezer, 25 Oct. 1673; Daniel, 1676; Ephraim, 1682; and Mary, 1684, who died 1687; was freeman of Massachusetts 1678, a lieut. and man of large influence, representative 1690, 1, and 5, died 13 Mar. 1699. His widow died Mar. or Apr. 1709. All the last eight sons are provided for in the will of the former. 10 Mar. three days preceding his death as also the daughter Hope, wife of Isaac Warner; but the will of his widow 18 Apr. 1707, names seven sons omitting Timothy, who had died at Deerfield; and after gifts to daughter Hope Warner, names daughter Mary Nash, and Joanna N. who as to these, means, perhaps, wives of two sons. . . . . . . . . . . a Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England showing Three Generations. by James Salvage. Vol. III pub. in Boston: by Little, Brown & Co. 1861. Timothy Nash arrived with his parents on the Winthrop Fleet ship "Hector" in 1637. He was about 11 years old.
LIST OF FREEMEN.
Timo. Nash Hadl.
"Tithing-men, in Massachusetts, were first ordered in 1677. Hadley selectmen chose four, and they were approved by the County Court, in March, 1678, viz., Timothy Nash, Samuel Moody, Samuel Church, Chileab Smith. After 1680, they were chosen by the town, four for some years, and then only two. They were to inspect the conduct of liquor-sellers, Sabbath-breakers, night-walkers, tipplers, &c. and present the names of the disorderly to a magistrate. Surveyors of Highways were first chosen Jan. 27, 1663, viz., Edward Church and Chileab Smith, east side, and Nathaniel Dickinson, Jr., west side. After the town was divided, only two were chosen, one from the north and one from the south part of the village. " The History of Hadley, Massachusetts, by Sylvester Judd, 1860
More About +TIMOTHY NASH:
Fact 1: Lieutenant
Fact 2: Moved to Hadley, Massachusetts
Fact 3: Blacksmith by trade
More About +REBEKAH STONE:
Fact 1: Died either March or April
Children of +TIMOTHY NASH and +REBEKAH STONE are:
i. REBEKAH4 NASH, b. 12/Mar/1657, New Haven, Connecticutt; d. New Haven, Connecticutt.
Notes for REBEKAH NASH:
More About REBEKAH NASH:
Fact 1: Died young.
ii. SAMUEL NASH, b. 03/Feb/1659, New Haven, Connecticutt; d. 1668, Hadley, Massachusetts.
More About SAMUEL NASH:
Fact 1: Died young after being drug by a horse that had been "spooked" by a dog's barkin
iii. THOMAS NASH, b. 1661, Hartford, Conn.; d. 19/Jan/1728, Hatfield, Mass..
iv. JOSEPH NASH, b. 27/Jan/1663, Hadley, Mass.; d. 28/Mar/1740.
v. TIMOTHY NASH, b. 1665, Hadley, Mass.; d. WFT Est. 1666-1755.
More About TIMOTHY NASH:
Fact 1: Died childless
vi. JOHN NASH, b. 21/Aug/1667, Hadley, Mass.; d. 07/Oct/1743, Hadley, Mass..
vii. SAM NASH II, b. 17/Jun/1669, Hadley, Mass.; d. 03/May/1738.
More About SAM NASH II:
Fact 1: Never married.
viii. HOPE NASH, b. 26/Nov/1670, Hadley, Mass.; d. WFT Est. 1715-1765, Northfield, Franklin, Mass..
ix. EBENEZER NASH, b. 25/Oct/1673, Hadley, Mass.; d. 1748, Suffield, Hartford County, CT.
x. DANIEL NASH, b. 1676, Hadley, Massachusetts; d. 10/Mar/1760, Housatonic, Berkshire, Massachusetts.
xi. REV. +EPHRAIM NASH, b. 16/Jan/1682, Granby or Hadley, Mass.; d. 09/Nov/1759, So. Hadley, Hampshire or Granby, Mass..
xii. MARY NASH, b. Aft. 1683, Hadley, Mass.; d. 19/Dec/1687, Hadley, Mass..
A marker for the graves of Lt. Timothy Nash (1626-1699), and his wife, the former Rebekah Stone (16??-1709), daughter of Rev. Samuel Stone of Hartford. Timothy and Rebekah, along with their children,were among the early settlers of the town of Hadley, Massachusetts, in the northwestern reaches of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, arriving there in 1663, according to the marker.
- The Nash Family: Or, Records of the Descendants of Thomas Nash, of New Haven, Connecticut, 1640. Case, Tiffany, 1853 - Connecticut - 304 pages. Page 18 etc
Lt. Timothy Nash's Timeline
Bedfordshire , England
March 12, 1657
New Haven, CT, USA
February 3, 1659
New Haven, New Haven Colony, (Present Connecticut), (Present USA)
Hatfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States
January 27, 1663
New Haven, New Haven County, Province of Connecticut, (Present USA)
Hadley, Hampshire, MA
August 21, 1667
Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
June 17, 1669
Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
November 26, 1670
Hadley, MA, USA