Thomas Grant Hazen, Sr.
|Birthplace:||Rowley, Essex, Ma., United States|
|Death:||Died in Norwich, New London, Connecticut, United States|
|Place of Burial:||Norwich, Connecticut, United States|
Son of Edward Hazen and Hannah Hazen (Grant)
|Occupation:||suveyor, selectman, town treasurer|
|Managed by:||Private User|
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About Lt. Thomas Grant Hazen
Thomas Hazen was born on 27 Jan 1657/58 in Rowley, Massachusetts. He resided on 22 Mar 1688/89 in Boxford, Mass.. He resided in 1711 in Norwich, Conn.. He was buried in Apr 1735. He died on 12 Apr 1735 in Norwich, Connecticut. He Bapl Submitted. He Endl Submitted. He SLGC Submitted. He has reference number 9314. He TITL in Lt.. Parents: Edward Hazen and Hannah Grant.
He was married to Mary Howlett on 1 Jan 1682/83 in Rowley, Sussex, Massachusetts.
John Hazen, Hannah Hazen, Alice Hazen, Thomas Hazen, Jacob Hazen, Mary Hazen, Lydia Hazen, Hephzibah Hazen, Ruth Hazen, Jeremiah Hazen, Edna Hazen.
On 1 Jan 1682/3 Mary married Thomas Hazen, son of Edward Hazen (ca 1614-Jul 1683) & Hannah Grant (ca 1631-Feb 1715/6).350 Born on 29 Feb 1657/8 in Rowley, MA.350 Thomas died in Norwich, CT, on 12 Apr 1735; he was 77.350
“Thomas owned a farm at Rowley at his father’s death. He removed to Boxford before March 22, 1689-90, where he was made freeman. He was dismissed from the church in Topsfield, to become one of the constituent members of the church in Boxford, in 1702; and in 1711 again removed to Norwich, Conn., where he died April 12, 1735, aged 77 years. He lived in the part of Norwich called West Farms, and, with three sons, was one of the petitioners for its incorportaion as a parish in 1716. It is now Franklin.”350
Their children include:
28835 i. Hannah Hazen (10 Oct 1684-)
28836 ii. Alice Hazen (16 Jun 1686-17 Oct 1740)
28837 iii. John Hazen (23 Mar 1687-24 Feb 1772)
28838 iv. Thomas Hazen (ca May 1690-ca 1776)
28839 v. Jacob Hazen (ca Apr 1692-22 Dec 1755)
28840 vi. Mary Hazen (Twin) (ca Sep 1694-17 Jan 1755)
28841 vii. Lydia Hazen (Twin) (ca Sep 1694-)
28842 viii. Hepzibah Hazen (ca May 1697-13 Mar 1727/8)
28843 ix. Ruth Hazen (3 Oct 1699-18 Feb 1739/40)
28844 x. Jeremiah Hazen (ca May 1702-12 Oct 1721)
28845 xi. Edna Hazen (25 Dec 1704-28 Sep 1774)
He married Mary Howlett 01 January 1683/4 in Rowley, Essex County, MA.
Hazen Family in America, 3/3/06
Walter E. Hazen
37. Thomas Hazen (Hannah Grant, Jane Hannah Haburne4, Ralph Haburne3, John Haburne2, John William Haburne1) was born 29 Jan 1657/58 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, and died 12 Apr 1735 in Norwich, Connecticut. He was buried in Norwich, New London, Connecticut. He married Mary Howlett 01 Jan 1683/84 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, daughter of Thomas Howlett and Lydia Peabody. She was born ABT 1664 in Ipswich, Massachusetts, and died 24 Oct 1727 in Norwich, Franklin, Connecticut. She was buried in Norwich, New London, Connecticut.
Children of Thomas Hazen and Mary Howlett are:
+ 56 i. Hannah Hazen was born 10 Oct 1684 in Boxford, Essex County, Massachusetts, and died BEF 17 JAN 1757 in Boxford, Massachusetts.
57 ii. Alice Hazen was born 10 Jun 1686 in Boxford, Massachusetts, and died 17 Oct 1740 in Boxford, Massachusetts. She married Jeremiah Perley 20 Dec 1710. He was born late 1600 in Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts.
+ 58 iii. John Hazen was born 23 Mar 1687/88 in Boxford, Massachusetts, and died 24 Feb 1772 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut.
+ 59 iv. Thomas Hazen II was born 07 Feb 1689/90 in Boxford, Massachusetts, and died Bet 1776 And 1777 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut.
+ 60 v. Jacob Hazen was born 05 Dec 1691 in Topsfield Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, and died 22 DEC 1755 in Norwich, Connecticut.
+ 61 vi. Mary Hazen was born 01 Sep 1694 in Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, and died 07 Jan 1755 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut.
+ 62 vii. Lydia Hazen was born 01 Sep 1694 in Boxford, Massachusetts, and died in Boxford, Essex, Massachusettsi.
+ 63 viii. Hephzibah Hazen was born 22 Mar 1696/97 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts, and died 13 Mar 1727/28 in Norwich, Connecticut.
+ 64 ix. Ruth Hazen was born 03 Oct 1699 in Norwich, Connecticut, and died 18 Feb 1739/40 in Norwich, Connecticut.
65 x. Jeremiah Hazen was born 04 Jan 1701/2 in Boxford, Massachusetts, and died 12 Oct 1721 in Norwich, Connecticuct
+ 66 xi. Edna Hazen was born 25 Dec 1704 in Boxford, Massachusetts, and died 28 Sep 1774 in Lebanon, Connecticut.
Some information found in Hazen and Kesler Family History at Family History
Center in SLC 12 Nov 1994; When his father died Thomas was farming in Rowley,
Sussex Co. Mass; He moved to Boxford, Mass before March 1689/90 and in 1711
moved again to Norwich, Connecticut. (a part called Franklin). He helped
petition for incorporation as a parish in 1716. He died here in 1735.
More information in Hazen Family in America, Des Moine Iowa Hist. Society.
Thomas name in on the roll of Major Samuel Appleton's company which served in
the Narranganset campaign in King Phillip's War in 1675. Also on a list of
divers persons who were "damnified" by the burning of Major Appleton's tent at
Narranganset, whose losses the court voted to repay, Sept 1676. As a reward for
this service he was made one of the grantees of Narraganset Township No. 4 (now
Greenwich, Massachusetts), the grant being confirmed about 1738-40. Bodge,
Soldiers of King Philip's War pp 154,157,426. He was in possession of a farm in
Rowley given him by his father at the death of the later. Soon after his
marriage he removed to Boxford, where he was made freeman, 22 Mar 1689-90.
From 1690 - 1710 he was constantly elected by vote to be on town committee and
served as moderator at almost all town meetings. He was admitted an inhabitant
of Norwich 21 Dec 1712. He bought 20 acres from Jonathan Hartshorn. It is said
he is buried in Old Indian Burying Ground opposite to their house.
From "The Gregg Family Tree, 1933:"
Thomas Hazen served under Major Samuel Appleton in Narragansett Campaign, King Philip's War, in Great Swamp Fight, 12/13/1675. See Bodge's 'Soldiers in King Philip's War.' See 'Yearbook, Society of Colonial Wars, 1897-98,' p. 482.
The information has been taken from the Ahnentafel for Mary Alice Barden Dewey provided by Shryll Behn
Data from FamilySearch - AF
Served in Major Appleton's Company in Narraganset Campaign in King Phillip's War in 1675
8–Thomas (1657-1735), removed to Boxford, Mass.; freeman, 1689; at Norwich, Conn., 1711; m 1682/83, Mary Howlet (d 1727; Thomas0; Sgt. Thomas10, an early settler at Ipswich, 1632
from 8–Thomas (1657-1735), removed to Boxford, Mass.; freeman, 1689; at Norwich, Conn., 1711; m 1682/83, Mary Howlet (d 1727; Thomas0; Sgt. Thomas10, an early settler at Ipswich, 1632/
Lt. Thomas Grant Hazen was a Member of Samuel Appleton's Company in the King Phillip's War in 1676. The Campaign was in the Pine Swamp.
Lt. Thomas Grant Hazen's Timeline
January 29, 1657
Rowley, Essex, Ma., United States
October 10, 1684
Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
March 23, 1685
June 10, 1686
Boxford, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
March 23, 1687
Boxford, Essex County, Dominion of New England
February 6, 1690
Boxford, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
December 5, 1692
Topsfield, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
September 1, 1694
Boxford, Essex County, Province of Massachusetts
September 1, 1694
Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts