Genealogy of the Lord Family: Which Removed from Colchester, Conn. to Hanover, N.H. and Then to Norwich, Vt
This concise, informative genealogy is concerned with one of the first families of New England. Thomas Lord, "Ancestor of all the Lords of Connecticut," was a native of the English county of Essex. Following closely on the heels of his eldest son Richard, Thomas embarked for the Massachusetts Bay Colony with his wife and seven younger sons and daughters in April of 1635. By 1639, Thomas had settled the family in Hartford, Connecticut, and established himself as a respected man of means. Reverend Lord has attempted to account for every descendant of Thomas Lord up to the 1880s and wherever possible has included biographical information to supplement his genealogical data. A complete full-name index has been compiled for this edition.
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Amelia Ann Lord April 16 April 21 Asa Lord Bolton born Bradbury married Brookfield Charles CHILD Cincinnati Clara Conn Connecticut river Craftsbury date unknown daughter died July Duzan East Haddam Edward Edwin eldest Ellen Emma Evansport family tradition farm father Frances George Hanover Hartford James John Lord John Rogers Jonathan Lord July 28 land Lewis married log house Lord married April Lord married August Lord married December Lord married January Lord married June Lord married March Lord married November Lord married September Lord of Colchester Louisa Lucinda Lucy March 17 March 29 Maria married February married second Mary Alice Mary Ann Mass N. Y. CHILDREN Norwich Ohio Orange Pennock married Pompanoosuc Portage county Rebecca Reeder married removed Reuben Ruth Lord Sept Shalersville Sophia Thetford Tilden married Tillotson married Timothy town Union Village West wife Wolcott
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Page 8 - God therfor, but calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make this my last will and testament...