Baron John Dudley NORTH, Sr
(Abt 1582-Abt 1676)
Thomas BIRD
(Abt 1600-)
John NORTH, Sr
Mary Hannah BIRD
(Abt 1617-1679)
Thomas NORTH, Sr
(Abt 1649-1712)


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Thomas NORTH, Sr 1

  • Born: Abt 1 Jun 1649-1650, Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, USA
  • Married: 1669, Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
  • Died: 1712, Avon, Northington, Hartford, Connecticut, USA

   Ancestral File Number: TGV7-J7. User ID: 1158.

   General Notes:

John North of Farmington, Dexter North, Washington DC, 1921, xi 322p 24 cm, 22-22879, CS71.N86 1921: "John North of Farmington Connecticutand his descendants; with a short account of other early North families."
p6: "Children of John North:
"v. Thomas, b. 1649; d. 1712."
p12: "5. Thomas North (John1), fourth son of John and Hannah (Bird) North, was born in 1649, and died at Northington, now Avon, in 1712, aged 63. He married in 1669, Hannah, daughter of Thomas and Rebecca (Olmstead) Newell. She was born in 1656, baptized April 14, 1658, and died Nov. 4, 1757. If her dates are correctly given she was married at the age of 13, was the mother of two sons at 17, and lived to be 101. She and her husband were both members of the church.
"After his marriage and the birth of two sons, Thomas North enlisted under Captain Henchman in King Philip'sWar. He was stateioned with Connecticut troops in the vicinity of Boston in 1675, and was with the garrison at Hadley, Mass., in the summer of 1676. (see `Soldiers in King Philip's War') He was made freeman there 8 Feb 1678, and received a grant of land for his military services in or near Northington, now Avon, where he and Joseph Woodford were pioneer settlers. There he lived on the east side of the river near the old Marshall's tavern, `under the mountain' and north of the Hartford and Albany turnpike. He was a magistrate of the colony of Connecticut.
"The General Assembly and Court of Election sitting at Hartford acted as follows:
"April 6, 1713: `This Court appointed Hannah North of Farmington, guardian toher 2 daughters, Lydia and Sarah, both minors, above 14 years, and also allow the said Hannah North to be guardian to her son Ebenezer North, 14 years of age. Joseph North, a minor, chose Thomas North to be his guardian. Recog. L100.'
"April 6, 1713-1714: Inventory L39-12-07 taken by Samuel Newell and Joseph North. `Thomas North, Adms., exhibits now an account of his Admns. Order to dist. the estate.
"`To Jane North widow relict L9 s12 d03; To Thomas North Eldest son [broken page]; To Nathaniel, Joseph, Ebenezer, Hannah, Mary, Rebekah, Lydia and Sarah North, to each of them L2 s02 d08; `and appoint John Stanly, Samuel Newell and Joseph North of Farminton, dist.'"
"May 13, 1714: `Upon the petition of Hannah North and Thomas North, administrators of the estate of Thomas North of Farmington, deceased: This Assembly empowers the said administrators to make and execute a deed of 3 acres of land to the heirs of Joseph Bird, deceased, pursuant to a bargain between the said Thomas North, deceased, and him the said Joseph Bird, deceased...'"

Digest of Early Connecticut Probate Records, C W Manwaring, Vol II, p473-474, Thomas North: "Farmington, Invt. L233-13-10. Taken 19 Dec 1712. Court Record,1 Dec 1712: Adms to Hannah North, widow, and Thomas North, a son of the deceased. 17 Nov 1713: Adms. account allowed. Order to distribute the estate to Hannah North, widow, to Thomas, to Nathaniel, to Joseph, to Ebenezer, to Hannah, to Mary, to Rebecca, to Lydia, to Sarah North."

Barber Genealogy, Sect I Descendants of Thomas Barber of Windsor Connecticut 1614-1909, Sect II Descendants of John Barber of Worcester Massachusetts 1714- 1909, Publ John Barber White, Ed Lillian May Wilson, Haverhill Mass, Press of the Nichols Print, 1909, clxiv 659p 24cm, 10-11369, CS71.B24 1909, Descendants of Thomas Barber of Windsor Connecticut 1614-1909.
p52: "Tryphene Humphrey, 1st wife of Dr Samuel Barber, was descended from the Emigrant Michael Humphrey, as follows:
p52: "Ensign Samuel Humphrey m. Lydia North, dau. of Nathaniel North, and
granddau. of John and Hannah (Buel) North. She was b. Aug 8, 1680.
Their daughter,
"Tryphene Humphrey,b. June 27, 1722; m. Dr. Samuel Barber..."

1710 to 1715.
Page 261 Name: Thomas North Location: Farmington
Invt. 233-13-10. Taken 19 December, 1712, by Samuel Newell, Joseph North and Thomas Burd.
Court Record, Page 99--1st December, 1712: Adms. to Hannah North, widow, and Thomas North, a son of the deceased.
Page 164--17 November, 1713: Adms. account allowed. Order to distribute the estate to Hannah North, widow, to Thomas, to Nathaniel, to Joseph, to Ebenezer, to Hannah, to Mary, to Rebecca, to Lydia, to Sarah North. By John Stanly, Samuel Newell and Joseph North.

Ancestral File Ver 4.11 TGV7-J7 Thomas NORTH Born Abt ?1669 Father of Lydia NORTH R7VL-TQ, 94JP-BT Thomas Born Abt ?1654 Mar 1689<1669, 2M0X-GM Thomas Born 1 Jun 1649/ 1650 Northampton Hampshire Massachusetts, Mar Hannah NEWELL (AFN:8JRF-0J) 1669, 8J78-7D NORTH Born Abt ?1655, PJLL-GK and NJH9-ZK Mar Hannah NEWELL (AFN: LVBS-N6) 1669, JNF Born 1649.

IGI Marriage 8211203-50-0884803 Thomas NORTH Mar Hannah NEWELL 1669 Farmington Hartford Connecticut.

LDS Submission: Vera L Price 640 I St Idaho Falls Idaho. LDS Heir: Levi North 5th Cousin-In-Law SH, 5th Cousin LN. Thomas NORTH Mar Hannah NEWELL Father Lydia NORTH.

   Marriage Information:

Thomas married Hannah NEWELL, daughter of Thomas NEWELL, Jr and Rebecca OLMSTEAD, in 1669 in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, USA. (Hannah NEWELL was born on 11 Apr 1656-1658 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, USA, christened on 14 Apr 1658 in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, USA and died on 4 Nov 1757.)


1 Ancestral File Ver 4.11, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File Ver 4.11, (Copyright (c) 1980, 1997.), TGV7-J7.

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