genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Benjamin* NASON
Birth abt 1640, Kittery, York, Maine
Death bef 11 Aug 1714, Berwick, York, Maine22
Father Ens. Richard* NASON (1606-<1696)
Mother Sarah* BAKER (~1614-1695)
Other Spouses Martha* CANNEY
Elizabeth* MARTIN
Marriage abt 1705
Spouse Sarah "Shuah" BOWLES
Birth 20 Jan 1656/57, Wells, York, Maine22,33,74
Death aft 10 Nov 170774
Other Spouses Lt. Humphrey CHADBOURNE
Notes for Benjamin* NASON
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NASON, Benjamin, Berw., m. 1st 30 June 1687 Martha Canney; in 1705-6 his w. was named Sarah, and he m. 3d 27 Dec. 1708 Elizabeth (MARTIN) (Kennard) Furber. Gr.j. 1696, j. 1689, 94, 99. Ch. named in will, 28 June - 11 Aug. 1714: Lydia, Sarah, Mary, Benjamin, Patience, William, Phebe, Anna. [ref 22]
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BENJAMIN, Dover, perhaps s. of Richard, m. 30 June 1687, Martha Kenny. [ref 20]
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Benjamin Nason married (1) 30 June 1687, Martha, prob. dau. of Thomas, Jr., and Sarah (Taylor) Kenney, or Canney; (2) Sarah ___. He may have married, 27 Dec. 1709, Elizabeth Furber in Portsmouh, N. H. His will, dated 28 June 1714, was probated 11 Aug. 1714. Children: Mary, Benjamin, Patience, William, Phoebe, Anna, Sarah, Lydia. [ref 33:626]
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NASON, Benjamin Kenny, Martha 30 June 1687 Dover, N.H. [ref 15]
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will recorded York co: Nason, Benj., Aug. 1, 1714 [ref 43:9-114]
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BENJAMIN NASON, of Berwick, made his will June 28, 1714, and mentions sons, Benjamin and William; daughters, Lydia, Mary, Patience, Phebe, Anne, and Sarah. [ref 66:1075]
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Benjamin Nason of Berwick, who died 1714. Benjamin had married first (by Rev John Pike) 30 June 1689* Martha Canney, b 5 Feb 1669, d before 1708, daughter of Thomas; and married third Portsmouth NH 27 Dec 1708 (NEHGR 5:40; LND, 504) Elizabeth (Martyn) (Kennard) Furber. [ref 74:23]
*conflicting date
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WILL OF BENJAMIN NASON 28 Jun 1714 - 11 Aug 1714: In the name of God Amen I Benjamin Nason of Berwick in the County of Yorke in the Province of the MassachuSetts Bay in New England being weak of Body but of Sound Memory & not knowing how it may please God to deal with me do make & ordain this my Last will & Testament in manner and form following. I Comit my Soul to the Lord IeSus Christ & as for my worldly Estate I dispose thereof as Followeth.

Imprs after my Iust Debts & Funerall Charges are paid I say I dispose thereof as Followeth. (1) I give & bequeath unto my Son Benjamin Nason my homeSteed Vizt all the land thereto belonging wth all the bluildings gs Housing out housing thereto belonging I Say I give all my homeSteed lands to Benjamin & his Heirs for Ever; (Excepting twenty Acres out of the Same wch I give & bequeath to my Son William Vizt Six Acres at the water Side & fourteen acres at the head & in Case William die wthout Issue the Same to revert to Benjamin & his Heirs Also the Meadow belonging to the homeSteed farm--I give & bequeath to my Son Benjamin & his Heirs forever; & my fifty acres at the beaver dam, and my part of the Neek land betwene Quamphegen falls & Salmonfalls to him my Sd Son Benjamin and his Heirs forever; and also all my personall Estate within dore's & without Cattle Sheep Swine horsekind tackling & all other named or not named of what Nature kind or quality Soever household goods and whatsoever the Same Consists of I say I give and bequeath to him my Said Son Benjamin forever. & as for my hundred acres land or there abouts Ioyning to Spruce Swamp I give my Executor full power to make Sale thereof for the payment of my Debts if the Case So requirs or if he finds away to discharge them more for his Advantage then the Sd land to be to him and his Heirs; after they are discharged.

Item I give & bequeath Unto my Six daughters Vizt Ledia, Mary, Patiance, Febee, Anne, & Sarah, three pounds p ps in or as money to be paid them by my Executor when he can most Conveniantly do it to Such as are of age & the others when they come of age/

Item I ordain and appoint my well beloved Son Benjamin Nason to be Sole Executor of this my Last Will and Testament.

In Wittness whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand & Seal the 28 day of Iune Annoq Domini 1714.
Benjamin Nason (Seal)

Signed Sealed published
& Declared to be his last
will and Testament in the
preSence of us.
Mary Spencer
William (his mark) Newton
John Croade

Probated 11 Aug. 1714.
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Notes for Sarah "Shuah" BOWLES
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son of Joseph BOWLES and Mary HOWELL
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BOWLES, Sarah, b. 20 Jan. 1657, daughter of Joseph and Mary; m. Humphrey Chadbourne. [ref 22]
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SARAH BOLLES, born Wells 20 or 26 (Early Marriages of Strafford Co NH) Jan 1657, died probably Berwick after 10 Nov 1707 (see letter of son Humphrey) and before Dec 1708 (when Benjamin Nason married third), daughter of Joseph and Mary (Howell) Bolles. The widow Sarah (Bolles) Chadbourne married second (as widow of William, apparently a transciption error, Early Marriages of Strafford Co NH) after May 1700, when Benjamin's last child with his first wife was born (KVR, 12) Benjamin Nason. In Jan 1690/1 Sarah witnessed the will of her brother-in-law Charles Frost (MW, 118). A land record has been found in which Benjamin and Sarah, his wife, conveyed property in Berwick (YD 7:50). Both were signed with her distinctive, large "S". Sarah Bolles has a well-established royal descent from Edward I, King of England (1272-1307) and many earlier Kings of England, Scotland and France, as published in Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists by Frederick Lewis Weis, 7th Edition [1992] compiled by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. Her father, Joseph Bolles, was baptized at Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England 19 Feb 1608, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Perkins) Bolles Esq of Oberton Manor (ibid). At the 5 Jan 1696/7 session of the court, Kittery presented the widow Sarah Chadbourne for not frequenting the public worship of God upon the Lords day (MPC IV:88). She appeared at court the next session, 6 Apr 1697, and was fined 5s 6d (MPC IV:91). It was presumably this Sarah Chadbourne's house mentioned in the deposition of Hannah Hobbs 17 Aug 1699 (MPC IV:248). [ref 74:23]
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Jan 1695/6 (writ issued 23 Dec 1695) Sarah Chadbourne, widow of Humphrey, was called to appear at the Inferior Court of Common Please to answer to the charge that Humphrey sometime in 1693 had imporperly cut and carried away five or six loads of hay from the widow Mary Twisden's marsh at York.
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