Some of The Descendants of
William Thomas
of Marshfield, Plymouth Colony
by 1636

First Six Generations


WILLIAM1 THOMAS was born at England about 1573, and died at Marshfield, Plymouth Colony, on August 1651.[1] His wife has not been identified, she died before he came to New England in 1636.

William Thomas was an Adventurer, at least that was what he was called back then. We might use words like entrepeneur, or investor. When the English congregation in Leiden, the Netherlands, wanted to come to America, they needed a boat, which meant they needed money, which meant they needed investors. A group of London merchants, that included William Thomas, put up the money for the Mayflower, and expected a return on their investment. They stated their motives in a letter to the colony in 1624,[2]

Two things (beloved friends) we have endeavored to effect, touching Plymouth plantation, first, that the planters there might live comfortably and contentedly. 2d, that some return might be made hither for the satisfying and encouragement of the adventurers . .
Much of the early history of Plymouth Colony was preoccupied with finding some way to gain income to pay off the adventurers. They finally found this by buying from the Indians animal furs and sending them to England.

The first record of William Thomas in New England is 2 November 1636, when William Thomas and his son Nathaniel took over from John Winslow the indentured service of Edmund Weston.[3] They probably arrived shortly before that: William Thomas, a widower of about sixty-three years, and his thirty year old son Nathaniel. William Thomas' will mentions only one child, Nathaniel, and his grandchildren, the children of Nathaniel.[4]

William Thomas took the Freeman's Oath at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, on 7 March 1637.[5] He represented the Town of Barnstable in the colony's General Court [legislature] in 1641,[6] but his residency in Barnstable was short-lived. On 2 March 1640/1 he was one of the eleven founders of the Town of Marshfield.[7]

William Thomas was elected to the "Court of Assistants," kind of a cabinet of advisors to the governor of Plymouth Colony, in 1642, 1643, 1647,1648,1649,1650. He served on the Council for War of Plymouth Colony in 1643. The Town of Marshfield claims that his election as Moderator of the Town Meeting on 27 February 1643/4 was the first election of a moderator to a town meeting in New England.[8] Nathaniel Morton wrote in New England Memorial that William Thomas:[9]

served in the place of magistracy, in the jurisdiction of Plymouth, diverse years. He was a well approved and well grounded Christian, well read in the Holy Scriptures, and other approved authors, and a good lover and approver of godly ministers and good Christians, and one that had a sincere desire to promote the common good both of church and state

William Thomas and his wife had the following child:

  1. NATHANIEL2 THOMAS b. at England on 1606.

NATHANIEL2 THOMAS (William1) was born at England on 1606 a son of William Thomas, and died at Marshfield on 13 February 1674/5. He married about 1636 MARY ________. She died after her husband.[10]

Nathaniel Thomas was about thirty years old when he came with his father to New England. It is not clear if his wife, Mary, came with him, or if they married soon after his arrival. Once the family settled in Marshfield, they remained there the rest of their lives.

Nathaniel Thomas was an important figure in Plymouth Colony's miniscule military force. He was an Ensign in Captain Miles Standish's company in the Pequot Campaign of 1643; made a Lieutenant in 1648; in 1653 served in the expedition against the Dutch. On 5 March 1654 he became a Captain and succeeded Myles Standish in command.[11]

Nathaniel Thomas and his wife Mary had the following children:

  1. WILLIAM3 THOMAS b. on 1638; d. at Marshfield on 31 March 1718.[12]
  2. MARY3 THOMAS b. about 1640; d. before 1690; m. SIMON RAY, bp. at Hundon, Suffolk, England, on 20 December 1638, d. at New Shoreham [Block Island], Rhode Island, on 17 March 1736/7. He m(2). ELIZA (________) TIFFANY, widow of Humphrey Tiffany.[13]
  3. NATHANIEL3 THOMAS bp. at Marshfield on 26 November 1643.
  4. ELIZABETH3 THOMAS b. at Marshfield about 1646; d. after 4 November 1716; m(1). before 28 February 1677/8 JOSHUA MATSON, b. at Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, on 23 July 1640, d. at Boston, Suffolk County, before 24 July 1686; m(2). at Charlestown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 15 December 1687 SAMPSON MOOR.[14]
  5. DOROTHY3 THOMAS b. at Marshfield before July 1651.[15]
  6. BETHIAH3 THOMAS b. at Marshfield after July 1651; d. at Pembroke, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, on 3 September 1718; m. at Marshfield about 1673 ISAAC LITTLE, b. at Plymouth about 1646, d. at Marshfield on 24 November 1699, child of Thomas Little and his wife Anna Warren.[16]

NATHANIEL3 THOMAS (Nathaniel2, William1) was baptized at Marshfield on 26 November 1943, a son of Nathaniel Thomas and his wife Mary, and died at Marshfield on 22 October 1718. He married first at Marshfield on 19 January 1663/4 DEBORAH JACOB. She was baptized at Hingham, Suffolk County, on 26 November 1843, a daughter of Nicholas Jacob and his wife Mary Gilman. She died at Marshfield on 17 June 1696. He married second at Boston on 2 November 1696 ELIZABETH (WILKIE) (CONDEY) DOLBERRY. She was born about 1653, a daughter of John and Elizabeth Wilkie. She died at Marshfield on 11 October 1713. He married third on 1714 ELIZABETH (DUNSTER) WADE. She was born at Charlestown on 7 February 1637, a daughter of Henry Dunster and his wife Elizabeth Glover. She died at Medford, Middlesex County, on 1729. Nathaniel's first wife, Elizabeth Wilkie, had married first before 1682 WILLIAM CONDEY, and second, at Boston on 31 December 1689 ANDREW DOLBERRY. Nathaniel's third wife, Elizabeth Dunster, had previously married JONATHAN WADE, who died on 24 November 1889.[17]

Nathaniel Thomas grew up in Marshfield, Deborah Jacob grew up in nearby Hingham. Deborah was the seventh of eight children. When she was thirteen years old har father died; when she was fifteen her mother remarried. Deborah and Nathaniel were both twenty years old whwen they married. In the next twenty-two years they had ten children.

Nathaniel extended his family's military heritage, serving as captain of light horse in King Philip's War. He also served on the Council of War for Plymouth Colony in 1681 and 1685.[18]

Nathaniel Thomas served as Probate Court judge for sixteen years, judge of the county court for twenty-three years, and Superior Court judge in Plymouth for six years. These must have been confusing years politically. In 1685 Plymouth Colony organized itself into three Counties, Plymouth, Bristol and Barnstable; Marshfield was in Plymouth County. The following year, the King of England consolidated all of the New England colonies into the "Dominion of New England" which later included New York and New Jersey. Edmund Andros, appointed Governor, administered a centralized government unpopular with the colonists, who had lost their powers of self-government. Following the "Glorious Revolution" in England of 1688-9, the New Englanders drove out Andros, the the various colonies returned to their former forms of government. A new charter, for the Province of Massachusetts Bay, annexed Plymouth Colony to Massachusetts. Through all of these changes, Plymouth County continued to be Plymouth County, and Nathaniel Thomas continued to serve it. Nathaniel also served as a delegate to General Court [colonial legislature] after the consolidation with Massachusetts.[19]

Nathaniel Thomas built a dam across the Indian Head River and erected a saw mill.[20]

Deborah (Jacob) Thomas died in 1696. The youngest children, still at home, were ages 10, 13, 15, and 18. Within four months Nathaniel married the twice widowed Elizabeth (Wilkie) (Condey) Dolberry. He was fifty-two, she forty-three. After fifteen years of marriage, Elizabeth died. The following year Nathaniel married the widow Elizabeth (Dunster) Wade. He was seventy-one, she seventy-seven. Four years later Nathaniel died. Elizabeth lived on for another eleven years, dying at the age of ninety-two.

Nathaniel Thomas and his first wife Deborah Jacob had the following children:

  1. NATHANIEL4 THOMAS b. at Marshfield on 18 October 1664; d. at Plymouth on 24 February 1738 ; m(1). at Marshfield on 20 June 1694 MARY APPLETON, b. at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, on 15 April 1673, d. at Marshfield on 7 October 1727, child of John Appleton and Priscilla Glover; he m(2). at Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, on 3 September 1730 ANNA (TISDALE) LEONARD, b. at Taunton, Plymouth Colony, on 27 January 1672, d. at Norton on September 1733, child of John Tisdale and Hannah Rogers; he m(3). at Plymouth on 8 November 1734 MARY (DOUGHTY) ALLEN, b. at Plymouth on 9 July 1671, child of Edward Doughty and Sarah Faunce; his second wife Anne had m(1). at Taunton on 4 July 1695 GEORGE LEONARD, b. at Taunton on 18 April 1871, d. there on 5 September 1716, child of Thomas Leonard and Mary Watson; Nathaniel's third wife, Mary, had m(1). at Plymouth on 26 December 1699 JOSEPH ALLEN, b. at Barnstable, Plymouth Colony, on 7 April 1671, d. before 1734, child of Samuel Allen and Hannah Walley.[21]
  2. JOSEPH4 THOMAS b. at Marshfield on 25 August 1666; d. there on 13 July 1690.[22]
  3. DEBORAH4 THOMAS b. at Marshfield on 28 September 1668; d. at Plymouth on 14 June 1741; m. at Marshfield on 1 December 1692 JOHN CROADE, b. at Salem, Essex County, on 14 June 1663, child of John Croade and Elizabeth Price.[23]
  4. DOROTHY4 THOMAS b. at Marshfield on 6 November 1670, d. at Montville, New London County, Connecticut, on 10 January 1755; m. at Marshfield on 20 November 1688 JOSEPH OTIS b. at Scituate, Plymouth Colony, on 3 June 1665, d. at Montville on 11 June 1754.[24]
  5. WILLIAM4 THOMAS b. at Marshfield on 4 December 1672; d. at Boston on 27 December 1746; m. at Boston on 4 June 1701 ABIGAIL (RUCK) HENCHMAN, b. at Boston on 5 June 1664, d. there on 4 May 1717, child of Samuel and Margaret Henchman; he m(2). at Boston on 21 October 1717 ANNE (PATERSHALL) BRECK, b. at Boston on 11 December 1678, d. there on 26 November 1767. William's first wife, Abigail, had m(1). HEZEKIAH HENCHMAN, d. on 1 May 1694. William's second wife, Anne, had m(1). at Dorchester, Suffolk County, on 11 November 1703 JOHN BRECK, b. at Dorchester on 22 December 1680, d. at Boston on 16 February 1713.[25]
  6. ELISHA4 THOMAS b. at Marshfield on 29 February 1674/5; d. before October 1718.[26]
  7. JOSHUA4 THOMAS b. at Marshfield on 17 August 1677; d. at Boston about 1743; m. ANN ________.[27]
  8. CALEB4 THOMAS b. at Marshfield on 18 October 1680; d. before 27 March 1723; m. at Topsfield, Essex County, on 21 September 1708 PRISCILLA CAPEN, b. at Topsfield on 1 September 1685, d. before 11 September 1747, child of Joseph Capen and Priscilla Appleton. Priscilla m(2). at Topsfield on 27 March 1723 NATHAN PEABODY, b. at Boxford, Essex County, on 21 July 1682, d. there on 4 March 1733. She m(3). at Boxford on 1 June 1736 JOB TYLER, b. at Andover, Essex County, on 16 December 1675, d. at Rowley, Essex County, on 3 December 1754. Nathan Peabody had m(1). at Salem on 29 November 1711 HANNAH PUTNAM, b. at Salem on 8 December 1694, d. at Boxford on 3 December 1718.[28]
  9. ISAAC4 THOMAS b. at Marshfield on 19 October 1682.
  10. MARY4 THOMAS b. at Marshfield on April 1686; d. at Weymouth, suffolk County, on 27 January 1746; m(1). before 1739 JAMES GARDNER, b. at Gloucester, Essex County, on 27 August 1681, d. at Marshfield on 14 September 1739; m(2). at Boston on 12 July 1743 JOHN GOOLD, b. at Hull, Suffolk County, about 1672, d. there on 16 November 1762. John Goold had m(1). at Hingham on 17 January 1698/9 LYDIA JACOB, b. at Hingham on 18 April 1681, d. at Hull on 28 January 1741/2, child of John Jacob and Mary Russell.[29]

ISAAC4 THOMAS (Nathaniel3-2, William1) was born at Marshfield on 19 October 1682, a son of Nathaniel Thomas and his first wife Deborah Jacob, and died at Pembroke on 16 March 1732. He married first at Newbury, Essex County, on 25 October 1711 ANNA TOMPSON. She was born at Simsbury, Hartford County, Connecticut, on 31 December 1689, a daughter of Edward Tompson and his wife Sarah Webster. She died at Pembroke on 1 March 1722/3. He married second at Pembroke on 14 January 1723/4 ABIGAIL CUSHING. She was born at Marshfield on 31 January 1703/4, a daughter of Joshua cushing and Mary Bacon. Abigail married as her second husband at Pembroke on 29 November 1732 ISAAC LITTLE. He was born at Marshfield on 21 February 1677/8, a son of Isaac Little and Bethiah Thomas. He died at Pembroke on 2 February 1758. Isaac Little had previously married MARY OTIS.[30]

Isaac Thomas grew up in Marshfield, the ninth of ten children. When he was thirteen years old his mother died; the following year his father remarried.

Anna Tompson was the first child of Edward tompson, a pastor and teacher, and his wife Sarah Webster. Anna was born when her father was serving the Congregational Church in Simsbury, Connecticut. When she was two years old the family moved to Newbury, Massachusetts, where her father taught school. When she was six years old the family moved to Marshfield, and her father was installed as Pastor. When she was sixteen, her father died.

Anna was twenty-one, Isaac twenty-nine, when theyt married at her former home of Newbury. They made their home in Pembroke, a town immediately west of Marshfield, incorporated in 1712, formerly part of Duxbury. Isaac and anna had five children, however two of them died within a year of their birth. Anna died at the age of thirty-three, leaving Isaac with children ages nine, three, and ten months.

Ten months after Anna's death, Isaac, age forty-one, married nineteen year old Abigail Cushing. Their first child lived thirteen months, their second lived one month, their third lived five months. They had two more children, who lived to adulthood. After eight years of marriage Isaac died, leaving Abigail, a twenty-eight year old widow, with a three year old child and another on the way, as well as step-children ages ten, twelve and eighteen.

Eight months later Abigail married widower Isaac Little. She was twenty-eight, he fifty-four. His children by his previous marriage had already grown up. Together they would have four more children, the first of whom died young.

Isaac Thomas was called a Liuetenent in some records, but I have no information on his military experience.

Isaac Thomas and his first wife Anna Tompson had the following children:

  1. EDWARD5 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 14 October 1713.
  2. ANNE5 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 22 May 1715; d. there on 28 August 1715.[31]
  3. MARY5 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 27 July 1716; d. there on 13 October 1716.[32]
  4. MARY5 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 25 April 1718; d. at Scituate on 14 October 1796; m. at Pembroke on 12 May 1737 BENJAMIN JACOB, b. at Scituate on 10 April 1709, d. there on 26 February 1792, child of David Jacob and Sarah Cushing.[33]
  5. RUTH5 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 12 April 1721; d. there on 14 September 1806; m. at Scituate on 20 October 1737 JOSIAH CUSHING, b. at Scituate on 29 January 1714/5, d. at Hanson, Plymouth County on 11 December 1793, child of John Cushing and Sarah Thaxter.[34]

Isaac Thomas and his second wife Abigail Cushing had the following children:

  1. ABIGAIL5 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 28 February 1724/5; d. there on 27 March 1725.[35]
  2. ABIGAIL5 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 29 May 1726; d. there on 26 June 1726.[36]
  3. HANNAH5 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 27 July 1727; d. there on December 1727.[37]
  4. ISAAC5 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 16 February 1728/9; m. at Plymouth on 12 May 1748 MARY (WAITE) HATCH, b. at Plymouth on 27 February 1722/3, child of Richard Hatch and Mary Barnes. Mary had m(1). at Plymouth on 6 November 1740 ASA HATCH, child of Rodolphus Hatch.[38]
  5. ABIGAIL5 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 25 April 1732; m (int. at Plymouth on 31 October 1737). THOMAS TORREY, b. at Plymouth on 5 October 1723, child of Haviland and Elizabeth Torrey.[39]

Abigail (Cushing) Thomas and her second husband Isaac Little had the following children:

  1. LEMUEL LITTLE bp. at Pembroke on 25 January 1736.[40]
  2. ISAAC LITTLE bp. at Pembroke on 11 June 1738; d. there on 6 April 1774; m. there on 27 October 1760 LYDIA HATCH.[41]
  3. MARCY LITTLE b. about 1740-1; d. at Pembroke on 7 May 1779.[42]
  4. LEMUEL LITTLE b. about 1744-5; d. at Pembroke on 17 April 1836.[43]

Isaac Little had the following children by his first wife Mary Otis had the following children:[44]

  1. MARY LITTLE b. at Marshfield on 9 September 1704.
  2. ISAAC LITTLE b. at Marshfield on 3 April 1710.

EDWARD5 THOMAS (Isaac4, Nathaniel3-2, William1) was born at Pembroke on 14 October 1713, a son of Isaac Thomas and his first wife Anna Tompson, and died at Pembroke on 26 December 1802. He married at Pembroke on 1735 RACHEL CUSHING. She was born at Pembroke on 25 November 1714, a daughter of Nehemial Cushing and Sarah Nichols. She died at Pembroke on 8 December 1794.[45]

Edward Thomas and Rachel Cushing both grew up in Pembroke and spent their entire lives there. Thet lived in the West Parish of Pembroke, which would later be incorporated as the town of Hanson. They had eight children, seven of whom lived to adulthood. They were married for fifty-nine years.

Edward Thomas fought in the Revolutionary War. He was a 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Elisha Cushing's company of militia which marched in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775, from West Parish in Pembroke to Marshfield; entered service Apr 20, 1775, discharged April 22, 1775; service, 3 days.[46] We must remember that the "minute men" were ready to assemble and march on a minute's notice; when the alarm was over they could just a quickly return home. Edward was sixty-one years old at the time.

Edward Thomas and hus wife Rachel Cushing had the following children:

  1. RACHEL6 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 27 November 1738; d. there on 8 December 1794; m. at there on 21 January 1762 on JOSIAH THOMAS.[47]
  2. EDWARD6 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 14 June 1739; d. there on 7 May 1778; m. at Duxbury on 23 May 1757 JUDITH PRINCE.[48]
  3. JOHN6 THOMAN b. at Pembroke on 10 December 1741; d. there on 24 November 1818; m. there on 10 vJune 1770 SARAH LORING, b. there on 17 June 1746, d. there on 25 October 1813, child of Nathaniel and Priscilla (Baley) Loring.[49]
  4. ANNE6 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 23 June 1744; d. on 21 April 1821; m. at Pembroke on 2 May 1765 ELIJAH CUSHING, b. at Hanover, Plymouth County, on 8 October 1725, d. at Pembroke on 13 September 1807, child of Elijah and Elizabeth Cushing. Elijah m(1). at Pembroke on 29 January 1756 TAMAR CUSHING b. on 6 March 1730, d. on 28 March 1761, child of Theophilus Cushing and Hannah Waterman.[50]
  5. ISAAC6 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 31 March 1747; d. at Hanson on 23 December 1830; m(1). at Pembroke on 9 December 1781 CATHERINE SMITH, b. at Pembroke on 21 March 1756, d. at Hanson on 26 March 1785, child of Thomas Smith and Judith Miller. He m(2). at Pembroke on 5 February 1786 ANNA CUSHING b. at Pembroke on 3 January 1760 d. at Hanson on 14 August 1721, child of Josiah Cushing and Ruth Thomas.[51]
  6. NATHANIEL6 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 16 March 1750.
  7. JOSEPH6 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 4 April 1743; d. there on 2 July 1753.[52]
  8. SARAH6 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 6 February 1755; d. at Salem on 9 December 1833; m. at Pembroke on 16 October 1777 ENOS BRIGGS, b. at Pembroke on 29 July 1746, d. at Salem on 9 October 1819, child of Seth Briggs and Abigail Church.[53]

NATHANIEL6 THOMAS (Edward5, Isaac4, Nathaniel3-2, Wliilam1) was born at Pembroke on 16 September 1750 a son of Edward Thomas and his wife Rachel Cushing, and died at Pembroke on 1 May 1811. He married at Abington, Plymouth County, on 20 Febvruary 1774 BETTY HOUSE. She was born at Abington on 5 February 1755, a daughter of Samuel House and his wife Deborah Barstow. She died at Pembroke on 27 September 1842.541]

Nathaniel Thomas grew up in Pembroke, probably in the West Parish, the sixth of eight children. Betty House grew up in Abington, the sixth of seven children. When she was fifteen her father died, and her mother was appointed guardian.

Nathaniel and Betty were twenty-three and nineteen years old respectively when they married. They kived in the West Parish of Pembroke, where they hade eleven children, nine of wom lived to be adults.

Nathaniel Thomas' service in the Revolution was more extensive than his father's. The record reads:[55]

Thomas, Nathaniel, Pembroke, Sergeant, Capt. James Hatch's co., of Minute- men, which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 from West Parish in Pembroke to Scituate and Marshfield; discharged Apr. 29, 1775; service 11 days.
also: 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Josiah Cushing Jr.'s 5th (Pembroke) co., 2d Plymouth Co. regt. of Mass. militia; list of officers chosen by the several companies in said regiment, as returned by John Cushing, Jr. and others dated Hanover, May 8, 1776; ordered in Council May 10, 1776, that said officers be commissioned; reported commissioned May 10, 1776.
also: 1st Lt., Capt. Josiah Cushing's co., Col. John Cushing's (Plymouth Co.) regt.; marched Dec. 10, 1776; discharged Dec. 24, 1776; service 15 days; company marched from West Parish in Pembroke to Bristol, Rhode Island on the alarm of Dec. 8, 1776.

Nathaniel Thomas and his wife Betty House had the following children:

  1. NATHANIEL7 THOMAS b. on 11 September 1774 ; d. at Hanson on 30 October 1775.[56]
  2. NATHANIEL7 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 26 July 1776, d. at Milton, Norfolk County, on 28 February 1856; m. at Milton on 13 June 1813 JANE BRIGGS b. at Braintree on 21 May 1785, d. at Milton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, on 5 February 1863, child of Daniel Briggs and Jane Lathrop.[57]
  3. BETTY7 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 12 October 1778; m. there on 22 November 1801 CORNELIUS COBB, b. at Plymouth on 10 February 1775, d. at Hanson on 1 December 1833.[58]
  4. IRA7 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 5 April 1781; d. at Hanson on 1 February 1864; m. at Pembroke on 17 April 1810 BETSEY CUSHING, b. at Pembroke on 13 April 1788, d. at Hanson on 6 September 1858, child of Elijah Cushing and Anne Thomas.[59]
  5. ROBERT7 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 18 May 1783; d. at Hanson on 4 October 1843; m. at Pembroke on 2 February 1806 LYDIA STETSON, b. at Pembroke on 11 September 1785, d. at Hanson on 23 April 1862, child of Jeremiah Stetson, Jr., and Lydia Bonney.[60]
  6. MARY7 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 1 January 1786; d. at Bridgewater, Plymouth County, on 20 January 1839; m. at Pembroke on 18 December 1808 JACOB PERKINS, b. at Bridgewater on 16 May 1776, d. there on 14 November 1853. Jacob m(2) (int. at Bridgewater on 12 May 1844). SUSAN (WHITAKER) MORSE, b. at Bridgewater on 25 September 1795, d. there on 6 April 1851. Jacob m(3). at Fall River, Bristol County, on 1 March 1852 BETSEY (DAVIS) BLAKE, b. at Bridgewater on 22 August 1795, d. at Fall River on 12 March 1867. Susan Whitaker had m(1) at Roxbury, Norfolk County, on 16 July 1820 LEWIS MORSE. Betsy Dasis had m(1). at Wrentham, Norfolk County, on 27 February 1816 SABIN BLAKE b. at Wrentham on 29 October 1794, d. at Seekonk, Bristol County, on June 1851.[61]
  7. WEALTHY7 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 4 March 1788; m. there on 1 January 1808 JOSHUA TUCKER, b. at Milton, Suffolk County, on 22 June 1781.[62]
  8. CALVIN7 THOMAS bp. at Pembroke on 20 May 1790.[63]
  9. CALVIN7 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 16 September 1791.
  10. LUTHER7 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 16 March 1794; d. at Mississippi on March 1830.[64]
  11. DEBORAH7 THOMAS b. at Pembroke on 16 May 1798; d. at Hanson on 10 May 1879; m(1). at Pembroke on 18 May 1818 JOHN STETSON, b. at Pembroke on 2 February 1797, d. at Hanson on 16 April 1830, child of Jeremiah Stetson, Jr., and Lydia Bonney. Deborah m(2). at Hanson on 7 April 1831 CYRUS MONROE, b. at Halifax on 29 August 1791, d. at Hanson on 25 March 1872.[65]


NOTES

1Nathaniel Morton, New England's Memorial (Boston, Massachusetts: Congregational Board of Publication, 1855), p. 162.
2"Governor Bradford's Letter Book," Mayflower Descendant, 5 (1903): 5:7-10, p. 7.
3John Marshall Raymond, Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts: genealogies of the families of David Thomas of Middleboro (1620-1689), John Thomas of Marshfield (1621-1691), and William Thomas of Marshfield (1573-1651) (Itasca, Illinois: Thomas Family Publications, 1980), 271.
4Justin Winsor, "Abstract of the Earliest Wills in the Probate Office, Plymouth," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 4 (1850): v. 4, p. 319.
5Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, 271.
6Ibid.
7Ibid.
8New England's Memorial, pp. 142,144,153,158,161. Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, 271.
9New England's Memorial, 162.
10Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 249.
11Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 272.
12Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 249. Robert M. Sherman and Ruth Wilder Sherman, Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849. (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Society of Mayflower Descendants in the, 1970), p. 389 (Gravestone Records, Marshfield Centre).
13Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 249. G. Andrews Moriarty, "Notes on Block Islanders of the Seventeenth Century," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 105 (1951): p. 165-66.
14Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 249. Robert S. Wakefield, "Elizabeth Thomas, Wife of Joshua Matson and Sampson Moor of Boston," The American Genealogist, 70 (1995): p. 139. Roger D. Joslyn ed., Vital Records of Charlestown, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Boston: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1995), v. 1, p. 27 (Middlesex County Records).
15Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 249.
16Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 249. Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, p. 388 (Winslow burying ground record). Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), p. 1191.
17Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, pp. 249-50. Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, pp. 17,19,22,388 (Gravestone Marshfield Centre Cem),389. The Great Migration Begins, p. 1070. George Lincoln, History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts (Hingham, Massachusetts: by the Town, 1893), v. 2, p. 372. Lysander Salmon Richards, History of Marshfield (Plymouth, Massachusetts: The Memorial Press, 1901), v. 2, p. 87. Boston Record Commissioners, Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths, 1630-1699, Report of the Records Commission of the City of Boston, 9 (Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, 1881), p. 186.
18Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 272.
19Ibid.
20Ibid.
21Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, pp. 7,19,p. 389 (Gravestone Record, Marshfield Centre Cem). Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 250. Lee D. van Antwerp and Ruth Wilder Sherman, Vital Records of Plymouth, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1993), pp. 4,88,98,133. Vital Records of Ipswich, Massachusetts: to the End of the Year 1849 (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1910), v. 1, p. 26 (Court Record, Essex County Quarterly Court). Vital Records of Norton, Massachusetts: the the Year 1850 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1906), p. 269, 381,396 (grave marker at Norton Common Cemetery). Vital Records of Taunton, Massachusetts: to the Year 1850 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1929), v. 1, pp. 252,420; v. 2, p. 291. George Bowman, transcriber, Barnstable, Mass., Vital Records, first published in Mayflower Descendant (1937), p. 3; digital images, New England Historical and Genealogical Society, American Ancestors (americanancestors.org : accessed 7 May 2020.
22Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, p. 17. Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 249.
23Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, pp. 18,19. Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 249. Burial Hill, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Find a Grave, digital images (findagrave.com : accessed 7 May 2020), Deborah Croade; Originally Created by: Dorothy C, Maintained by: Plantagenet Princess, Photo added by Sandra Lennox.
24Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, pp. 18,19. Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 249. Raymond Hill Cemetery, Oakdale, New London County, Connecticut, Find a Grave, digital images (findagrave.com : accessed 7 May 2020), Dorothy Otis; Originally Created by: Patsy Secord; Maintained by: Find a Grave, Photo Added by Ted LaFlamme; Joseph Otis; Created by: Lori Rowe; Photo added by Laura W. Petix. Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1909), v. 2, p. 288.
25Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, p. 18. Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 250. Boston Records Commission, Boston Marriages from 1700 to 1751, Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston, 29 (Boston, Massachusetts: Municipal Printing Office, 1903), p. 6. Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths, 1630-1699, p. 93. Samuel Sewal, "Samuel Sewal's Diary," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 6 (1852): p. 75. "Old Dorchester," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 5 (1851): p. 396.
26Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, p. 14. Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 249.
27Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, p. 15. Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 250.
28Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, p. 11. Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 251. Vital Records of Topsfield, Massachusetts: to the end of the year 1849 (Topsfield, Massachusetts: Topsfield Historical Society, 1903), p. 22 (Court Record, Essex County Quarterly Court); 190. Vital Records of Boxford, Massachusetts: to the end of the year 1849 (Topsfield, Massachusetts: Topsfield Historical Society, 1905), p. 62 (Copy and compilation of Boxford town records made in 1823 by John Bacon, Town Clerk); 208, 250 (gravestone record, ancient cemetery near the French house, East Boxford), 252 (gravestone record, ancient cemetery near the French house, East Boxford). Vital Records of Andover, Massachusetts: to the End of the Year 1849 (Topsfield, MA: Topsfield Historical Society, 1912), v. 1, p. 368. Vital Records of Rowley, Massachusetts: to the end of the year 1849 (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1928), p. 532 (church record, Second Congregational Church, now Georgetown). Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts: to the Year 1849 (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1918), v. 2, p. 207 (Court records, Essex County Quarterly Court); v. 4, p. 230.
29Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, pp. 18, 47. Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 249. Vital Records of Weymouth, Massachusetts: to the Year 1850 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1910), v. 2, p. 274. Vital Records of Gloucester, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849 (Salem, Mass.: Essex Institute, 1917, 1923, 1924), v. 1, p. 273. Boston Marriages from 1700 to 1751, p. 246. Ethel Farrington Smith, "Seventeenth Century Hull, Massachusetts, and Her People," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 142-43 (198889): v. 143, p. 45.
30Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, pp. 13,15,26. Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 251. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1911), pp. 359-60,426 (grave marker, Pembroke Centre Cemetery),453. Vital Records of Newbury, Massachusetts: to the End of the Year 1849 (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1911), v. 2, p. 489.
31Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 251. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 201,453.
32Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 251. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 203,454.
33Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 251. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 203,361. Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts, v. 1, p. 191.; . 2, p. 288, 399 (gravestone record, Hatch Burying Ground, Greenbush, Scituate).
34Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 251. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 204,400. Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts, v. 1, p. 119; v. 2, p. 289. Vital Records of Hanson, Massachusetts: to the Year 1850 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1911), p. 93 (grave stone record, Fern Hill Cemetery, Hanson).
35Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 251. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 200,453.
36Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 251. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 200,453.
37Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 251. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 202,453.
38Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 253. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 202. Vital Records of Plymouth, Massachusetts, pp. 102,155.
39Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 251. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 200. Vital Records of Plymouth, Massachusetts, pp. 52,157.
40Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 140 (church record, First Unitarian Church, Pembroke).
41Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 139 (church record, First Unitarian Church, Pembroke); 311,426 (grave record from Pembroke Centre Cemetery).
42Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 426 (grave record from Pembroke Centre Cemetery).
43Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 426 (private record from the record of Deaths in Pembroke and neighboring towns kept by William Torrence).
44Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, p. 30.
45Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 253. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 74,201,360 (private record from the Bible of Isaac Thomas),453-54.
46Commonwealth of Massachusetts Office of the Secretary, Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolutionary War (Boston: Wright L. Potter, 1902), v. 15, p. 584.
47Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 253. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 204,361.
48Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 253. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 201, 453 (private record from the Bible of Isaac Thomas). Vital Records of Hanson, Massachusetts, p. 107 (grave stone record, Fern Hill Cem., Hanson).
49Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 255. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 202,360,454-55.
50Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 253. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 200,263,399. Original Records of Hanover, Mass. (n.d.), p. 9; digital images, New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Americal Ancestors (americanancestors.org : accessed 6 May 2020.
51Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 256. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 202,360. Vital Records of Hanson, Massachusetts, p. 107,107 (grave stone record, Fern Hill Cem., Hanson).
52Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 253. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 202,454.
53Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 253. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 50, 204,361. Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, v. 5, p. 105,106 (church record, First Church, Salem).
54Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 256. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 203,454. Vital Records of Abington, Massachusetts: to the Year 1850 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1912), 2:109. Vital Records of Hanson, Massachusetts, p. 107 (grave stone record, Fern Hill Cem., Hanson).
55Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolutionary War, v. 15, p. 606.
56Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 256. Vital Records of Hanson, Massachusetts, p. 107 (grave stone record, Fern Hill Cem., Hanson).
57Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 256. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 203. Massachusetts Archives, "Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," digital images, American Ancestors (americanancestors.org : accessed 17 May 2020), v. 103, p. 159, e. 5; Deaths Milton 1853; Nathaniel Thomas; vol. 166, p. 226, e. 6, Milton Deaths, 1863, Jane Thomas. Milton Records: Births, Marriages and Deaths, 1662-1843 (Boston, Massachusetts: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1900), p. 180.
58Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 256. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 201,360. Vital Records of Plymouth, Massachusetts, p. 242. Vital Records of Hanson, Massachusetts, p. 91.
59Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 259. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 72,202,360. "Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 175, p. 312, e. 4, Hanson Deaths, 1864, Ira Thomas; vol. 121, p. 243, e. 12, Hanson Deaths, 1858, Betsey Thomas.
60Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 259. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 204,361. Vital Records of Hanson, Massachusetts, p. 107 (grave stone record, Fern Hill Cem., Hanson),108. "Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," vol. 157, p. 345, e. 12, Hanson Deaths, 1862, Lydia Thomas.
61Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 256. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 203,361. Vital Records of Bridgewater, Massachusetts: to the Year 1850 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1916), v. 1, p. 90 (Private record from the Jacob Perkins family Bible), 254 (gravestone record, Mount Prospect Cemetery, Bridgewater), 340 (Private record from the Jacob Perkins family Bible); v. 2, p. 289,537. "Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," v. 76, p. 194, e. 12; Deaths Bridgewater 1853; Jacob Perkins; v. 58, p. 168, e. 7; Deaths Bridgewater 1851; Susan Perkins; v. 202, p. 76, e. 79; Deaths Fall River 1867; Betsey Perkins; v. 57, p. 84, e. 14; Deaths Seekonk 1851; Sabin Blake. Vital Records of Roxbury, Massachusetts: to the end of the year 1849 (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1926), v. 2, p. 423. Vital Records of Wrentham, Massachusetts: to the year 1850 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1910), v. 1, p. 31; v. 2, p. 256.
62Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 256. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 204,361. "Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," v. 239, p. 12 e. 4012; Deaths Chicopee 1871;Wealthy Tucker; v. 58, p. 62 e. 270; Deaths Holliston 1851; Joshua Tucker. Milton Records: Births, Marriages and Deaths, 1662-1843, p. 66.
63Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 201 (church record, Second Church of Christ, Pembroke).
64Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 256. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, p. 203. Bertha Harriet (Tirrell) Maxfield, Family Record of Charles Pope and Ellen (Nelly) Thomas Maxfiield. Notes compiled before 1938; privately held by Charles A. Maxfield, Lansdale, Pennsylvania.
65Thomas Families of Plymouth County, Massachusetts, p. 256. Vital Records of Pembroke, Massachusetts, pp. 193,201,360. "Vital Records of Massachusetts, 1841-1910," v. 311, p. 278 e. 7; Deaths Hanson 1879; Deborah Monroe; v. 248, p. 390; Deaths Hanson 1872; Cyrus Monroe. Vital Records of Hanson, Massachusetts, pp. 79,106 (private record, from Jeremiah Stetson bible).


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