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Thomas Adams was born 25 March 1612 in Barton St James, Somerset, England to Henry Adams (1582-1646) and Edith Squire (1587-1673) and died 20 July 1688 in Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. He married Mary Blackmore (1613-1695) 1642 in Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.


Marriage and Family

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Children of Lieut. Thomas' (1612) (Henry') and Mary (-Adams ; res. Chelmsford, Mass.

  1. Mary-', b. in Braiutree, Mass., July 24, 1643; d. soon, as per Braintreerecord. 1.
  2. Jonathan', b. in Concord, Mass., Jan. 6, 1646; m. Aug. 29, 1681, LeahGould (Goole ?) twin dau. of Francis and Rose Gould of Chelmsford, Mass. She d. 1718. He -was a farmer in or nigh Littleton,Mass ; d. in Chelmsford, 25 Nov., 1712. 2.
  3. Pelatiah', (twin) b. in Concord, Jan. 6, 1640; m. 1670-80, Euth . She d. 18 Sept., 1719. He d. in Chelmsford, 29 April, 1725. 3.
  4. Timothy', b. in Concord, (April 2?) Feb. 15, 1648; m. Mary . He d. in Chelmsford, 1 Julj^, 1708.
  5. George, b. in Concord, March 29, 1650; probably d. j'oung. 4.
  6. Samuel, b. in Chelmsford about 1652-3; m. Mary , who d. 28 March. 1718, in Canterbury, Conn. He was a millwright; removed to Charlestown, Mass., and thence to Canterbury, Conn. , where |^he was a prominent citizen and d. 26 Nov., 1727. He sold his property in Charlestown to Joseph Randall, in 1697, according |to Bond; the deed was acknowledged at Plainfield, Conn., in 1714-5. Fact vHe was one of the first board of selectmen in Canterbury, chosen May 31, 1699. Both he and his son Samuel, Jr., received each oneand one-half shares of land as original first settlers in the division of April, 1723. He is said to have had twelve children, five of whomdied young. His will, made and signed with his mark, Aug. 7,1727, probated at Plainfield, Dec. 4, 1727, and on record at Willimantic, speaks of his sons as three in number, and four daughters,but names only Henry and Thomas, Abigail and Margaret, the portions of Abigail and Margaret to remain in the hands of theexecutor.
  7. Edith", b. in Chelmsford, Feb. 21, 1655; probably d. num.
  8. Rebecca', b. in Chelmsford, Sept. 18, 1657; d. young.
  9. Elizabeth-', b. in Chelmsford, Oct. 21, 1658-9; died j^oung.
  10. Thomas', b. in Chelmsford, July 22, 1660; d. 20 Nov. same j-ear.
  11. Mary, b. in Chelmsford, Oct. 29, 1664; m. Cooper, as per will.



Children


Offspring of Thomas Adams and Mary Blackmore (1613-1695)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Adams (1643-1712)
Jonathan Adams (1646-1712)
Pelatiah Adams (1646-1725)
Timothy Adams (1648-1708)
George Adams (1650-1651)
Samuel Adams (1652-1727) 23 November 1652 Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 26 November 1727 Canterbury, Windham County, Connecticut Mary Meeker (1656-1718)

Mary Adams (1654-1712)
Edith Adams (1655-1660
John Adams (1656-1693)
Rebecca Adams (1657-1658)
Susannah Adams (1660-1741)
Thomas Adams (1660-1660)

Siblings


Offspring of Henry Adams and Edith Squire (1587-1673)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Henry Adams (1609-1676) 1 January 1610 Barton St. David, Somerset, England 21 February 1676 Medfield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Elizabeth Paine (1620-1676)

Jonathan Adams (1614-1690)
Thomas Adams (1612-1688) 25 March 1612 Barton St James, Somerset, England 20 July 1688 Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Mary Blackmore (1613-1695)

Samuel Adams (1617-1688)
Ursula Adams (1619-1679) 19 July 1619 Barton St David, Somerset, England 19 July 1679 Charlestown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Stephen P Streeter (1600-1652)
Samuel Hosier (1614-1665)
William Robinson (1615-1668)
Griffin Craft (1600-1689)

Peter Adams (1622-1690)
John Adams (1622-1705)
Mary Adams (1625-1711) 10 November 1625 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States 11 August 1711 Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States George Fairbanks (1619-1682)

Edward Adams (1629-1716) 18 April 1629 Kingweston, Somerset, England 12 November 1716 Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts Lydia Penniman (1635-1676)
Abigail Crafts (1634-1707)
Sarah Taylor (c1640-)

Jane Adams (1624-1654)
Joseph Adams (1626-1694) 9 February 1626 Kings Weston, Somerset, England, United Kingdom 6 December 1694 Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States Abigail Baxter (1634-1692)

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