genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Nathan* LORD
Birth 20 Jun 1656, Berwick, York, Maine10
Death bef 24 Sep 1733, Berwick, York, Maine22
Father Nathan* LORD (1630-1690)
Mother Martha* EVERETT (1640->1728)
Marriage 22 Nov 1678, Kittery, York, Maine22,29,33
Spouse Martha* TOZIER
Birth 1663, Salmon Falls, York, Maine10
Death 1758, Berwick, York, Maine10
Father Richard* TOZIER (~1620-1675)
Mother Judith* SMITH (~1635-<1683)
Children:
1 F Martha LORD
Birth 14 Oct 1679, Kittery, York, Maine20,22,29,74
Death bef 1759, Eliot, York, Maine74
Spouse Richard CHICK
Marriage 11 Jul 1702, Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire22,33,74
2 M Nathan LORD
Birth 13 May 1681, Kittery, York, Maine20,22,29,31,33,74
Death aft 1740, Kittery, York, Maine74
Spouse Margaret HEARL
Marriage 1704, Kittery, York, Maine22,33
3 M William LORD
Birth 20 Mar 1682/83, Kittery, York, Maine20,22,29,33
Death aft Mar 1756, Berwick, York, Maine
Spouse Patience ABBOTT
Marriage Apr 1706, Kittery, York, Maine22
Spouse Mary, 2nd wife of William Lord
Marriage aft 1747
4 M Capt. Richard LORD
Birth 1 Mar 1684/85, Kittery, York, Maine20,22,29,31,33
Death bef 21 May 1754, Berwick, York, Maine74
Spouse Mary GOODWIN
Marriage Dec 1707, Kittery, York, Maine31
5 F Judith* LORD
Birth 20 Mar 1687, Kittery, York, Maine20,22,29,33
Death 8 Jan 1775, Berwick, York, Maine
Spouse Benjamin* MEADS
Marriage Jan 1716/17, Kittery, York, Maine22
Spouse Gabriel HAMILTON
Marriage 24 May 1721, Kittery, York, Maine31,33
6 M Capt. Samuel LORD
Birth 14 Jun 1689, Kittery, York, Maine20,22,29,33
Death 11 May 1762, Berwick, York, Maine22,29,31
Spouse Martha WENTWORTH
Marriage 19 Oct 1710, Berwick, York, Maine22,29,31,33
7 F Mary LORD
Birth 29 Jul 1691, Kittery, York, Maine20,22,33
Death 9 Jul 1759, Kittery, York, Maine33
Spouse Thomas HODSDON
Marriage 1 Dec 1709, Kittery, York, Maine32
Spouse Daniel EMERY
Marriage 16 Jun 1720, Kittery, York, Maine22,31,33,48
8 M John LORD
Birth 18 Jan 1692/93, Kittery, York, Maine20,22,29,31,33
Death 1771, Kittery, York, Maine31
Spouse Mary CHAPMAN
Marriage 26 Dec 1716, Kittery, York, Maine22,31,33
9 F Sarah LORD
Birth 28 Mar 1696, Kittery, York, Maine20,22,29,33
Spouse Samuel ROBERTS
Marriage 20 Sep 1716, Berwick, York, Maine22
10 F Anne LORD
Birth 27 May 1697, Kittery, York, Maine22,29
Death aft 29 Dec 1753, Berwick, York, Maine31
Spouse Daniel FURBUSH
Marriage 18 Dec 1718, Berwick, York, Maine22,70
11 M Capt. Abraham LORD
Birth 29 Oct 1699, Kittery, York, Maine20,22,29,31,32,33
Death 3 Apr 1779, Berwick, York, Maine
Spouse Margaret GOWEN
Marriage 10 Apr 1717, Berwick, York, Maine22,31,32,33
Notes for Nathan* LORD
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Lord, Nathan Lord Spouse: Tozier, Martha Marriage Date: 22 November 1678 Kittery York ME [ref 10]
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LORD, Nathan, Berwick, 'Elder Nathan,' b. 1656-7, ag. 25 in Feb. 1681, 29 in Mar. 1686, 73 in Jan. 1729, m. 22 Nov. 1678 Martha Tozier (Richard and Judith). Tr.j. 1687; Gr.j. 1701; Constable 1692-3. Highway surv. 1694-5 (fences), 1696-7. Will 6 July - 24 Sept. 1733 gives 5 to gr.dau. Elizabeth (Chick), w. of Noah Emery, 20 to Berw. Ch. to buy plate for the communion table, a gold ring to the minister, and provides well for w. Martha and all the ch: Martha, b. 14 Oct. 1679, m. Richard Chick. Nathan, b. 13 May 1681, m. 1704 Margaret Hearl, who d. 22 June 1740. Master Tate said she was the mo. of 18 liv. ch., Stackpole names 14. William, b. 20 Mar. 1682-3, m. Apr. 1706 Patience Abbott, liv. 27 Aug. 1737. He liv., she dead, in Mar. 1756; poss. m. 2d w. Mary. 7 or more ch., poss. incl. Elizabeth of Berwick in Ct. 1727. Richard, b. 1 Mar. 1684-5, Capt., four times Rep. to Genl. Ct., m. Mary Goodwin. Est. adm. 1754; her will 1756 - 1763 names 6 of 18 ch. b. 1708-32 and gr.dau. Olive, only ch. of deed, s. Richard. Judith, b. 20 Mar. 1687, m. Jan. 1716-7 Benj. Mead, 2d Gabriel Hamilton. Samuel, b. 14 June 1689, m. in Berw. 19 Oct. 1710 Martha Wentworth (Paul). Will 1761, d. 11 May 1762. 6 ch., all in mo.'s will 1764 - 1776, with her gr.dau. Martha Marshall and br. Wm. Wentworth. Mary, b. 29 July 1691, m. Thos. Hodgdon, 2d 16 June 1720 Danl. Emery jr., s. of Danl. John, b. 18 Jan. 1693, d. 1761, m. 26 Dec. 1716 Mary Chapman. 5 ch. incl. Tobias of Arundel. Sarah, b. 28 Mar. 1696, m. in Berw. 20 Sept. 1716 Saml. Roberts of Dover. Anne, b. 27 May 1697, m. Danl. Furbush. Abraham, b. 29 Oct. 1699, m. 10 Apr. 1718 Margaret Gowan who d. 11 Feb. 1775. Will 11 Apr. 1772 - 20 Apr. 1779. 12 ch., incl. Benj. Meads of Arundel. [ref 22]
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NATHAN, or NATHANIEL, Kittery, freem. 1652 [sic]. In some rec. the name is Lawd. Farmer thot. him f. of that; capt. Samuel, the ancest. of sev. fam. of this name in the parts adjacent, of wh. one descend. is Rev. Nathan, Presid. of Dart. Coll. He m. 22 Nov. 1678, Martha, d. of the first Richard Tozer, had Martha, b. 14 Oct. foll.; Nathan, 13 May 1681; William, 20 Mar. 1683; Richard, 1 Mar. 1685; Judith, 29 Mar. 1687; Samuel, 14 June 1689; Mary, 29 July 1691; John, 18 Jan. 1693; Sarah, 28 Mar. 1696; Ann, 27 May 1697; and Abraham, 29 Oct. 1699 [ref 20]
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Nathan (2), son of Nathan (1) Lord, was born about 1657, and died in 1733. He married, November 22, 1678, Martha, daughter of Richard and Judith (Smith) Tozier, and they lived in the garrison house built by Tozier. Richard Tozier was killed there by the Indians, October 16, 1675. Children: Martha, Nathan, William, Richard, Judith, Samuel, Mary, John, Sarah, Anne, Abraham. [ref 29:1886]
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NATHAN b. about 1657; m. Martha Tozier. [ref 33:587]
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Nathan Lord, Jr., married, 22 Nov. 1678, Martha, dau. of Richard and Judith (Smith) Tozier. He died in 1733. Children: Martha, Nathan, William, Richard, Judith, Samuel, Mary, John, Sarah, Anne, Abraham. [ref 33:588]
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1702 one of the founders of First Church of Berwick, and one of its first deacons

26 Mar 1706/7 Martha Lord and Nathan Lord, Sen., Benjamin Lord, John Cooper, all of Kittery, Moses Littlefield of Wells, Thomas Downs, William ffost, Tobias Hanson of Dover, convey to William Lord of Kittery, son of Abraham Lord, certain land and personal property which was our Brother Samuel Lord's, son of ye aforesaid Martha Lord.

1721-33 "Ruling Elder" of the church

buried at Lord Cemetery, South Berwick ME
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WILL OF NATHAN LORD 6 Jul 1733 - 24 Sep 1733:

In the Name of God Amen I Nathan Lord Senr of Berwick in the County of York in the province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England Yeoman being weak in body but of perfect mind & memory Thanks be unto God Therefore calling unto mind the Mortallity of my body And knowing that it is appointed for all men once to Dye Do make & Ordain this my last Will & Testament (that is to Say) Principally and first of all I Give and recommend my Soul into the hands of God that gave it Trusting in the Merits of Jesus Christ for the pardon of all my Sins and Eternal life And my body I recommend to the Earth to be Decently Interr'd at the Discresion of my Execrs hereafter Named Nothing Doubting but at the Genll Resurrection I Shall receive the Same Again by ye Mighty power of God And as Touching Such Worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life I Give Demise and Dispose of the Same in the Following Manner and Form.

Imprs I Give and Bequeath to my well beloved Wife Martha one halfe of my Real Estate Dureing her Natural life and the one halfe of my personal Estate forever to be Disposed off by her Will or other Instrument in writing as She Sees meet.

Item I Give & bequeath to my Son Nathan all my land on the South Side of the way that leads to York Called ye great Field with all Trees Fences and all the Appurtenances thereto belonging to him his Heirs & Assignes forever Excepting one Acree Next to Joseph Hodsdon's Land by the brook which I reserve for a burying place with Liberty of Egress and Regress forever And Excepting also that the Spring in the said Field by the highway Shall be Common to ye rest of my Children that may have Occation to use it.

Item I Give and bequeath to my Son William all my Right Title Interest Claim & Demand to and in the Land that was my Brother Abraham Lords formerly of Berwick Deceased and after him was my Cozen William Lords &ct And on part of which Robert Knight Senr who Married my Sd Brothers Widow Now Lives &ct to him his heirs and Assignes forever Together with five pounds in good province Bills of Credit to be paid within a Twelve month after my Decease by my Execrs.

Item I Give and bequeath to my Son Richard Twenty Acres of land at Piles's brook to him his heirs and assigns forever also Five pounds in Good publick bills of Credit to be paid within a Twelve month after my Decease by my Execrs I have done Considerably for him in the Purchases he has made.

Item I Give and Bequeath to my Son Samuel for whom I have done Considerably already Two Acres and halfe of Marsh at Sturgeon Creek which is now in his Improvement To him his Heirs and Assigns forever And also five pounds in good Publick bills of Credit to be paid him within a Twelve month after my Decease Together with all that Land that lies to the Southward of the brook that Runs Through the Land I bought of the Grants and is a part of that Tract & which he has Improved for Some time to him his Heirs and Assignes forever.

Item I give and Bequeath to my Son Iohn all that Land now in his Tenure and Occupation where he lives which I formerly bought of Silvanus Nock And Contains Twenty five Acres Be it more or less with all the Appurtenances to him his Heirs and Assignes forever also my Wood lot part of the Land I bought of the Grants & lyes Next Adjoyning to his own Land which he bought of Mr Emery to him his Heires & Assignes Forever Provided he leave away for his Brethren to pass to and from their own Land in Said Tracts & provided he pay Fifteen pounds in good publick bills of Credit to my Executrs within a Twelve Month after my Decease.

Item I give my Son Abraham all the Land on the North Side of the Highway where he now lives with all BiuldinTrees Fences and all the Appurtenances to the Same belonging to him his heirs and Assignes forever.

Item I give to and among my Sons Nathan William Richard Samuel Iohn and Abraham all my Right to and in the Common And undivided Land in Berwick aforesd to th em their heirs and Assigns forever.

Item I Give and bequeath to my Daughters Martha Chick Judith Hambleton Mary Emery Sarah Roberts and Ann Furbuish Twenty pounds Each in good Publick bills of Credit to be paid them Respectively or their Representatives in the Law within a Twelve Month after my Decease by my Executrs And I give also to my Said Daughters one halfe of my houshold goods to be Equally Divided amongst them after my Decease.

Item I give and bequeath to my grand Daughter Eliza the Wife of Noah Emery Five pounds in good Publick bills of Credit to be paid by my Executors within a Twelve after my Decease.

Item I give to the Church in Berwick Twenty pounds in good publick bills of Credit to be Laid out in apeice of Plate for the Communion Table to be paid by my Executors within Twelve Months after my Decease.

Item I give to my Minister a Gold ring to Remembr me by after my Decease.

Finally I Constitute make and ordain My Sons Nathan And Abraham (To whom I Give and Bequeath the Remainder of my Estate Both Real & personal to them their Heirs and Assignes forever) to be the Executors of this my last Will and Testament hereby Utterly Dissallowing Revokeing and Dissannulling all & Every other Former Testaments Wills Legacies and Bequests & Executrs by me in any ways before Named Willed and Bequeathed Ratifying and Confirming this and no other to be my last Will & Testament.

In Wittness where of I have hereto Set my hand and Seal the Sixth Day of Iuly In the Seventh year of the Reign of our Soveraign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of Great Brittian France & Ireland King Defendr of the Faith &ct Annoque Domini 1733.
Nathan (his mark) Lord (seal)

Signed Sealed Published pronounced
And Declared by the Said
Nathan Lord As his Last
Will & Testament.
In the presence of us the Subscribrs
Joseph Hodsdon
Samuel Hodsdon
Richd Shackley

Probated 24 Sept. 1733. Inventory returned 15 Oct. 1733, at 1876:2:2 by James Grant, Benj Libby, and Joseph Chadbourn, appraisers. Debts due the Estate from Joseph Killgore, Robt Gray, Ebenezr Hilton, Richard Chick, William Moore, Jno Smith, Ichad Goodwin, John Cooper & Nathan Lord Junr.
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In 1676, in company with his father, Nathan Lord, 2d, became a proprietor of seventy-seven acres of land at Old Fields. (See John Morrill.) The following illustrates some of the transactions of Nathan Lord, 2d. in real estate.

April 20, 1697. Nathan Lord grantee by Sylvanus Nock, eighteen acres near Rocky Hills in Berwick, adjoining land of grantee, John Plaisted, Zackariah Emery by gift from James Emery, Nock's father-in-law.

April 25, 1703. Nathan Lord, et. ux. to Benoni Hodgdon, in exchange; seven acres of land on Birch Point brook, where John Morrill formerly dwelt in Kittery.

May 27, 1708. Nathan Lord, Sen., et. ux. to Nathan Lord, one-half of homestead lot on the southside of highway to Birch Point in Kittery.

April 3, 1710. Nathan Lord, grantee, by John HEARD et. ux. two and one-half acres of meadow ground at Sturgeon Creek in Kittery.

May 23, 1721. Nathan Lord, grantee, by William Grant, et. al. eleven in all, 107 acres with five acres of marsh adjoining the bounds of Rocky Hills common and Job Emery's land in Berwick and Kittery.

Sylvanus Nock in his deed, May 6, 1697, conveyed to Nathan2 Lord a tract of land bounded as follows:--

Southerly on the land of said Nathan Lord, westerly on the land of John Plaisted and on the land of Zacharal Emery, till you come to a small white oak northerly, which said white oak is marked with I. E. on the north side of the tree and S. W. on the south side and so to run on the north side by several marked trees of the same mark to an ash tree, and then to run south-east by several marked trees till you come to the Rocky hill to a white oak marked and then to run from that said white oak on a south-west line twenty rods and so to run to a marked tree which is the said Nathan Lord's bound mark.
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Abstract of the will of Nathan2 (Nathan1) Lord.

1. He gives to his wife Martha one-half of his real estate, during her life time, and one-half of his personal estate in her own right.

2. To his son, Nathan, all the land on the south side of the way that leads to York, called the great field with the buildings thereon, excepting one acre next to Joseph Hodgdon's land by the brook, which is reserved for a burying ground, with the reservation that the spring in that field shall be common to the rest of the family.

3. To his son, William, all his interest in the land, that was his (Nathan's) brother Abrahams, formerly of Berwick, deceased, and after him, his cousin William, and on part of which Robert Kingat,2 Sen., who married Abraham's widow, now lives, together with 5 good province bills.

4. To his son Richard, 20 acres of land at Piles Brook and 5, having done considerable for him before.

5. To his son, Samuel, 2 1/2 acres of marsh at Sturgeon Creek, now in his improvement and also 5, together with all the land that lies to the southward of the brook that runs through the land he (Nathan2) bought of the Grants and is part of that tract: he had done considerable for him before.

6. To his son, John, all that land where he now lives and which he (Nathan2) bought of Sylvanus Nock, containing 25 acres; also a wood lot, being part of the land bought of the Grants and lying adjoining to his (John's) own land, which he bought of William Emery, reserving a right of way for his (Nathan's2) other sons to pass to and from the land in said tract, his (John's) paying 15 to the executors within one year.

7. To his son, Abraham, all the land on the west side of the way where he lives, with the buildings gs.

8. To his six sons, before named, all his right to the common and undivided land in Berwick.

9. To his daughters, Martha Chick, Judith Hambleton, Mary Emery, Sarah Roberts, and Ann Furbish, 20 each, and he also gives them one-half of his household goods in equal shares.

10. To his granddaughter, Elizabeth, the wife of Noah Emery, 5.

11. To the church in Berwick 20, to be laid out in a piece of plate for the communion table.

12. To his minister (the Rev. Jeremiah Wise,) a gold ring, as a token of remembrance.

Finally he appoints his sons, Nathan and Abraham, his executors, to whom he gives the remainder of his estate both real and personal.

Witness JOSEPH HODGDON
SAMUEL HODGDON
RICHARD SHACKLEY
Dated July 6, 1733.

The spring mentioned in the second clause of the above will is pointed out on the farm of the late Henry W. Lord of Old Fields, South Berwick, Me. The spot is near the junction of the highway running easterly and the Boston and Maine Railroad, being south of the highway and west of the railroad.
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The record following illustrates the family relationship of Martha Everett, second wife of Nathan1 Lord.

November 23, 1674. Nathan Lord and Martha Lord, daughter of Margery Nash, consented to a transfer of an estate at Spruce Creek by Thomas Witham to Rowland Williams, William Everett consenting also; all the three relinquishing their title and interest. Martha Lord was a daughter of Isaac and Margery Nash. William Everett is said to have married Margery, daughter of Thomas Witham. Margery (Witham) Everett, married (2), Isaac Nash, who has been called the father-in-law of Martha (Lord) Everett.

January 23, 1682. Martha Lord, wife of Nathan, is forty-two years old and deposes that when she was little, her mother, Margarett Everett had ten shillings of her and laid it out for six acres of land, which she bought of Reynold Jenkins, and which her husband, Nathan Lord, would not accept, and she gave him a steer instead and sold the land to Will Leighton.

The record following is an example of the business transactions of Martha Everett:--

March 4, 1684. Record. Martha Lord, et. ux. to William Leighton, quit claim of the land sold by her mother, Margery Everett, to Leighton, (See deposition of June 23, 1682.)

February 8, 1698-9. Nathan Lord estate of by Martha Lord admx. to Jos. Hammond, Sr., six acres more or less of meadow at Sturgeon Creek in Kittery.

February 1, 1704. Abraham Lord, John Cooper, William Frost, Thomas Downs, Tobias Hanson, Moses Littlefield, grantors to Martha Lord all rights to homestead land, and marshes, in Kittery. The grantors were sons, and sons-in-law of Nathan Lord, deceased.

May 6, 1704. Martha Lord, grantor, to Benjamin Lord, eighty acres on north side of Sturgeon Creek. A gift.

March 22, 1707. Martha Lord, Nathan Lord, Benjamin Lord, John Cooper, Tobias Hanson, William Frost, and Moses Littlefield, grantors, to William Lord, forty acres with house and barn adjoining said William Lord's land; also cattle and goods in Kittery. The transfer included one yoke of oxen, one cow, two heifers, two calves, five pounds worth of clothing and half a grindstone.

June 20, 1707. Benjamin Lord, grantor, to John Merrill, Jr., forty acres near Sturgeon Creek; also two acres adjoining in Kittery. Benjamin Lord, was a son of Martha Lord. The forty acres were a gift from his mother.

March 12, 1709. Martha Lord, grantor, to Benjamin Lord, a house and land with barn and orchard at Mt. Misery in Berwick; grantee to have three neat cattle, six sheep and a breeding sow; grantor to have the use of the dwelling house during life, enough land for a garden, the milk of a good new milch cow every summer, two apple trees of her own choice; grantee to pay grantor twenty bushels of merchantable Indian corn annually on or before January 1; two barrels of cider at cider time; 4 current money of the province annually on or before May 16; and a good cow at her decease, or the one to whom she bequeathed it. The parcel of fresh marsh at White's marsh and six acres of upland adjoining were included in the grant.

December 3, 1709. Benjamin Lord, grantor, to Andrew Neal, thirty acres in Kittery, gift of his mother.

March 14, 1708-9. Martha Lord to John Croad; quit claim to land sold by Benjamin Lord to John Croad.

August 11, 1712. Martha Lord and Benjamin Lord to Richard Lord, five acres near White's marsh in Berwick.

November 24, 1716. Martha Lord to Moses Spencer, twenty-seven acres recorded in Book VIII, 74. [ref 31:5]
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Notes for Martha* TOZIER
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Tozier, Martha Father: Tozier, Richard Mother: Smith, Judith Birth Date: 1663 [ref 10]

Tozier, Martha Death Date: 1758 Berwick York ME [ref 10]
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Martha, liv. as a girl with the Loverings, m. 1678 Nathan Lord. [ref 22]
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Martha, wh. m. 22 Nov. 1678, Nathan Lord [ref 20]
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MARTHA m. Nathan Lord 22 Nov. 1678. [ref 33:780]
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