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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Thomas /Lord/: Birth: 1633. Death: 4 JUN 1713 in Charlestown, Suffolk, Ma

  2. Robert Jr /Lord/: Birth: 1634 in England. Death: 11 NOV 1696 in Ipswich, Essex, Ma

  3. Samuel /Lord/: Birth: 1640 in Ipswich, Essex, MA. Death: 27 MAY 1696 in Charlestown, Suffolk, Ma

  4. Abigaill /Lord/: Birth: 1646. Death: 4 JUN 1729

  5. Sarah /Lord/: Birth: 1647. Death: in Ma

  6. Susannah /Lord/: Birth: ABT. 1650 in Ipswich, Essex, MA. Death: JAN 1726/27 in Berkley Co, SC

  7. Nathaniel /Lord/: Birth: ABT. 1653 in Ipswich, Essex, MA. Death: 18 JAN 1732/33 in Ipswich, Essex, MA

  8. Hannah /Lord/: Death: 16 NOV 1728 in Ipswich, Ma

  9. Mary /Lord/: Death: 3 OCT 1676 in Newbury, Essex, Ma


Sources
1. Title:   History of Ipswich, Essex and Hamilton
Publication:   Printed by Charles Folsom, Cambridge, 1834
Author:   Joseph B. Felt
2. Title:   English Origins of New England Families, 1500s-1800s
Page:   600
Publication:   Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore (1984)
Author:   Selected by Gary Boyd Roberts
3. Title:   New England Marriages Prior to 1700
Publication:   Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc 1985
Author:   Clarence Almon Torrey
4. Title:   The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page:   Volume L, Page 112 (1896)
Publication:   New England Historical and Genealogical Society

Notes
a. Note:   NI0077
Note:   Called sister of Rev. John Ward the father of Rev. Nathaniel W.;--Charlestown Genealogies and Estates
"The tailor went often from house to house to measure and cut and sew the garments made from the homespun fabric of the good wife, and the more finished product of the professional weaver. John Annibal, Thomas Clark, Jr., John French and one woman, Mary Lord, were of this most useful guild." ---- Thomas Franklin Waters, Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Volume I, the Ipswich Historical Society (1905), Page 83
Thomas Wells Lot "First, a lot about six rods square, on the corner where the Town Hall now stands {1905} was sold to Henry Bennett, who sold in turn to Obadiah Bridges, Sept 21, 1673 (Ipsw. Deeds 4: 112). Bridges built a house, and after his death, his widow Elizabeth sold the property to Nathaniel Rust, Sept. 2, 1680 (Ips. Deeds 4: 497). John Knowlton was in possession in 1685 (Hubbard's deed to Wilson, Ipsw. Deeds 5: 182), and he sold to Mary Lord, Taylor, a lot four rods front, "and one old house on the ground, east northeast by hie way going to Mr. Rust's" (10: 185). Thomas Lord was the owner of this small corner lot in 1758 (105: 171)." ---- Thomas Franklin Waters, Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Volume I, the Ipswich Historical Society (1905), Page 450-451



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