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Thomas Stowe, Sr.

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Biddenden, Kent, England
Death: Died in Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Place of Burial: Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticutt
Immediate Family:

Son of John Stowe, of Roxbury and Elizabeth Stowe
Husband of Mary Griggs and Mary Stowe, Sr.
Father of John Stowe, Sr.; Mary Stowe; Rev. Samuel Stowe; Thankful Hills; Elizabeth Bidwell and 3 others
Brother of NN Stowe; Elizabeth Stowe; John Stowe, III; (Katherine) Stowe, [Twin]; Nathaniel Stowe and 4 others

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About Thomas Stowe, Sr.

Became a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston in 1638. In 1648, he moved to Concord and owned a farm of 666 acres with his brother Samuel. He preached at Middletown for several years before there was a church. There was apparently some problem between him and the town, as he was relieved of that duty by the General Court in October 1660. In 1670, he got a grant of land from the town on the condition that he build a house there.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~amorrow/fg05/fg05_440.html


Thomas, baptized at Biddeden, April 2, 1615. Died at Middleton, Conn., about 1684. The inventory of his estate dated Feb. 23, 1683-4. Emigrated to New England with his parents in 1634, married at Roxbury. Mass., where it is probable all of their children were born, but later removed to Middletown, Conn. from "Ancestry and Some of the Descendants of Capt. Stephen Stowe of Milford, Conn." Collected by Nathan Stowe, 1924 pg 5

His will names only John, Nathaniel, and Thomas as his s. and Samuel Bidwell, h. of his dec. d. Eliz. Perhaps his est. was too small to give any pt. to two other m. ds. or they may have had full shares on m. from Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Vol IV pg 218

He was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1638. He removed from Roxbuy to Concord, and later to Middletown, Conn. He had issue. from English Origins of New England Families, Series 1, Vol., 1, (#181)


"5. Thomas, Braintree, eldest son of the first John, b in Eng abt 1638, married 4 Dec 1639 at Roxbury, Mary Gragg or Griggs had John b 3 Feb 1641 and Mary 6 Feb 1643; by 1648 or earlier removed to Concord and there freeman 1663, thence a 1654 to Middletown, had also Thankful, Elizabeth, Nathaniel, Samuel and Thomas.

His widow died 21 Aug 1680 and he d prob early in 1684. as his inv. is of 23 Feb in his will names only John, Nathaniel, and Thomas as his sons and Samuel Bidwell, h. of his dec.d Eliz. Perhaps his est was too small to give any pt. to two other married daughters or they may have had full shares on. Thankful married a Hill, perhaps John the Sec. of Guilford."

"Stowe Ancestry", J. Ronald Stowe

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Thomas Stowe, Sr.'s Timeline

1615
April 2, 1615
Biddenden, Kent, England
April 2, 1615
Biddenden, Kent, England
April 2, 1615
Cranhook, Biddenden, Kent, England
April 2, 1615
Cranhook, Kent, England
1641
February 3, 1641
Age 25
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States
1643
February 6, 1643
Age 27
Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts
1644
1644
Age 28
Boston, Suffolk, MA, USA
1645
1645
Age 29
Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony