genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Benjamin LORD
Birth 1662, Berwick, York, Maine
Death bef 18 Feb 1745/46, Berwick, York, Maine22
Father Nathan* LORD (1630-1690)
Mother Martha* EVERETT (1640->1728)
Marriage 10 Jan 1708/09, Kittery, York, Maine22,33
Spouse Patience NASON
Birth 10 Nov 1693, Kittery, York, Maine22,33
Death bef Apr 1749, Berwick, York, Maine
Father Benjamin* NASON (~1640-<1714)
Mother Martha* CANNEY (1669->1700)
Children:
1 F Martha LORD
Birth abt 1710, Berwick, York, Maine
Spouse Ezekiel WENTWORTH
Marriage bef 1737
2 M Samuel LORD
Birth abt 1711, Berwick, York, Maine
Death 17 May 1773, Berwick, York, Maine33,88
Spouse Lydia WALLINGFORD
Marriage abt 1760
3 M Benjamin LORD
Birth 1712, Berwick, York, Maine
Death bef 26 Aug 1788, Berwick, York, Maine
Spouse Elizabeth ABBOTT
Marriage bef 1740
Spouse Love ABBOTT
Marriage bef 1751
4 F Phebe LORD
Birth abt 1715, Berwick, York, Maine
Spouse Thomas DOWNES
5 F Lydia LORD
Birth abt 1720, Berwick, York, Maine
6 F Anne LORD
Birth abt 1720, Berwick, York, Maine
Death 10 Jun 1805, Shapleigh, York, Maine
Spouse John JAMES
Marriage 1740
7 F Margery LORD
Birth abt 1730, Berwick, York, Maine
Death 7 Jul 1816, China, Kennebec, Maine
Spouse Dea. James BRACKETT
Marriage 19 Apr 1750, Berwick, York, Maine31,33,70
8 F Sarah LORD
Birth abt 1733, Berwick, York, Maine
9 M Elisha LORD
Birth bapt 19 Mar 1738, Berwick, York, Maine31,33
Death 19 Jun 1809
Spouse Mary "Molly" HODSDON
Marriage 11 Dec 1777, Berwick, York, Maine
10 F Eunice LORD
Birth bap 20 Jul 1740, Berwick, York, Maine
Death 10 Aug 1771, Lebanon, York, Maine
Spouse Thomas GOODWIN
Marriage 16 Jul 1761, Berwick, York, Maine70
Notes for Benjamin LORD
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Benjamin, weaver or husbandman, Berwick. M. 10 Jan. 1709 Patience Nason (Benj.), named in his will 6 Aug. 1745 - 18 Feb. 1745-6 with sons, Benjamin, Samuel, Elisha and 'each and every one of my daus.' 11 or 12 ch. [ref 22]
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Benjamin2 (Nathan1) Lord was a son of Martha Everett; he married Patience Nason, daughter of Benjamin Nason and Martha Kenney, January 10, 1704; he died in 1745. He was baptized November 10, 1736; his wife, November 9, 1735. Benjamin2 Lord made his will, August 6, 1745. He gave his wife, Patience, the use of his house and barn, with all things within doors, including stock, during her natural life. He gave his sons Benjamin, Samuel, and Elisha, all his lands, and tenements in Berwick, Me. [ref 31:85]
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BENJAMIN m. Patience Nason. [ref 33:588]
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Benjamin Lord married, 10 Jan. 1709, Patience, dau. of Benjamin and Martha (Kenney) Nason. He died in 1745. He was bapt. 10 Nov. 1736 and his wife 9 Nov. 1735. Children also bapt. at S. Berwick: Margery, Lydia, Sarah, Benjamin, Samuel, Elisha, Eunice, Martha, Phebe, Amy?, Child. [ref 33:588]
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10 Nov 1736 baptism South Berwick ME

Inventory of the estate of Benjamin Lord, late of Berwick, yeoman, deceased, appraisal Berwick, 18 March 1746, by Joseph Chadbourn, Moses Butler & Elisha Hill, at 691:10:6; value attest Berwick, 14 April, by appraisers, Capt. Joseph Chadbourn, Capt. Moses Butler & Elisha Hill; estate attest York. 20 May 1746 by Patience Lord & Benjamin Lord, executors. Inventory includes dwelling house, at 60, barn, at 50,10 acres of land, at 180, 16 1/2 acres adjacent last, at 227:10:0 & mentions walking cane at 5:, an old sword, at 5:.

Whereas Benjamin Lord, surviving executor of the will of Benjamin Lord, late of Berwcik, deceased, has issued his account of administration: the deceased by his will bequeathed his real estate in Berwick to be equally divided between his 3 sons (excepting the widow's thirds). Application has been made for a division, so court accepts, Yor, 3 April. Benjamin Libby, Joseph Chadbourn, Moses Butler, John Lord, Jr & Humphrey Chadbourn, Jr, all of Berwick, to make division. Division, Berwick, 12 May 1749: to son Samuel, 3 1/2 acres (describe); to son Benjamin Lord, 5 acres (describe; to son Elisha Lord, 6 1/2 acres (describe). Attest by appraisers, 12 May, 1749, and all, York, 16 May 1749.
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WILL OF BENJAMIN LORD 6 Aug 1745 - 18 Feb 1745
In the Name of God Amen. The Sixth Day of August 1745. I Benjamin Lord of Berwick in the County of York in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England Yeoman being very Sick and weak, but of perfect Mind and Memory Thanks be given to God. Therefore calling to Mind ye Mortality of my Body and knowing it is appointed for all men once to die, Do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament That is to Say principally and first of all I give & recommend my Soul into the Hands of God that gave it, and my Body I recommend to the Earth to be buried in decent Christian Burial at the Discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the General Resurrection to receive the Same again by ye Almighty Power of God, and as touching Such Worldly Estate as it hath pleased God to bless me wth in this Life I give demise and dispose of the Same in the Manner and Form following.

Imprimis, I give and bequeath to Patience my beloved Wife the Use of my House and Barn and all things within doors of Moveables with my Stock after all my just Debts are paid, during her natural Life and at her Decease to be given and disposed of as is hereafter expressed whom I make and ordain my Executrix to this my last will and Testament.

Item, I give to my Three Sons Benjamin Samuel and Elisha all my Lands and Tenements within the Township of Berwick aforesaid equally to be divided among the three Sons both for and in Quantity and Quality excepting their Mothers Thirds of Said Lands and Tenements during her Natural Life and then to be disposed of and divided as aforesaid, and I also appoint my Said Son Benjamin to be my Executor to this my last Will & Testament to assist his Mother in Selling any of my Stock to pay Debts withal or any thing Elce they See Cause, and also all my live Stock of every kind or Nature and all my Husbandry Utensils of every Sort I give to my three Sons to be equally divided as aforesaid excepting their Mothers Thirds as aforesaid and likewise all my Wearing apparrel to my Sons as aforementioned and their Heirs forever.

Item, I give & bequeath to each and every of my Daughters all my moveable Effects within Doors after their Mothers Decease to all as if particularly and Severally named and to be equally divided amongst the Said Daughters both for Quantity & Quality.

Note all the Lands aforesaid to be in my Executrixs Hands and all my Stock of every kind and She Shall by Virtue of this my last Will and Testament have free Liberty of ye Use of the Same together with all the moveables during her natural Life and to Sell and dispose of any part to pay my just Debts as aforesaid. And I do hereby utterly disallow all former Wills Testaments Legacies & Bequests and Executors by me in any wise before named ratifying and allowing this to be my last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto Set my Hand and Seal the Day and Year first above written.

Signed Sealed published pronounced Benjamin Lord (a Seal)
and proclaimed by me the Said
Benjamin Lord to be my last Will
and Testament in presence of Us
the Subscribers.
Samuel Gatchell junr
Richard Nason junr
Nathll Perkins

Probated 18 Feby 1745. Inventory returned 18 March 1746, at 691: 10: 6, by Joseph Chadbourn, Moses Butler and Elisha Hill, appraisers.
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Notes for Patience NASON
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Patience, b. 10 Nov. 1693, m. 10 Jan. 1709 Benjamin Lord. [ref 22]
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November 9, 1735. Patience, the wife of Benjamin, owned the covenant, First Church, Berwick. [ref 31:16]
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PATIENCE b. 10 Nov. 1693; m. Benjamin Lord 10 Jan. 1709. [ref 33:626]
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