Deacon Thomas Currier was born 8 March 1646 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts to Richard Currier (1616-1686) and Ann Goodale (1617-1675) and died 27 September 1712 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. He married Mary Osgood (1650-1705) 9 December 1668 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.
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Thomas succeeded his father as town clerk in 1674, a job he held until his death. He was a selectman for 17 years and held many other local offices.Thomas signed a petition in behalf of Mrs. Mary Challis of Amesbury 14 Mar. 1710/1 and was commissioned to sell some of her land for her maintenance. He was also made administrator and overseer of the estate of Lt. Philip Watson Challis 6 June 1711. Mary's father, William, deeded to her one fourth of his interest in his saw-mill in Salisbury in 1697.


Offspring of Deacon Thomas Currier and Mary Osgood (1650-1705)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Richard Currier (1666-)
Samuel Currier (1668-)
William Currier (1670-1703)
Hannah Currier (1670-1703)
Thomas Currier (1671-1750)
Richard Currier (1673-1748)
Joseph Currier (1674-)
Samuel Currier (1675-1735)
Daniel Currier (1676-)
Mary Currier (1676-1766)
Ann Currier (1678-1752) 28 November 1678 Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts 1752 Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Samuel Barnard (1672-1750)

William Currier (1680-1762)
Ebenezer Currier (1680-)
John Currier (1683-1742)
Joseph Currier (1685-1748)
Baby Currier (1686-)
John Benjamin Currier (1687-1748)
Ebenezer Currier (1690-1745)
Daniel Currier (1692-1729)


Offspring of Richard Currier and Ann Goodale (1617-1675)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Samuel Currier (1636-1713)
Hannah Currier (1643-1708)
Thomas Currier (1646-1712) 8 March 1646 Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts 27 September 1712 Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Mary Osgood (1650-1705)

Richard Currier (1648-)
Sarah Mary Currier (1637-1683)

Vital Records

Last Will of Thomas Currier

"...I, Thomas Currier, Sr., of the town of Amesbury... do make this my last will and testament...

  • to my son Thomas Currier
  • to my son Richard Currier
  • to my son Samuel Currier
  • to my son William Currier t
  • to my son John Currier t
  • to my son Joseph Currier
  • to my son Daniel Currier
  • to my two sons Benjamin and Ebenezer Currier,
  • to my daughter Mary, now wife to Robert Hoyt,
  • to my daughter Anne, now wife to Samuel Barnard,
  • to my son Ebenezer Currier
  • to my son John Currier
  • to my son Ebenezer Currier
  • to my son Benjamin Currier

And I do appoint, make, constitute and ordain my sons Benjamin and Ebenezer Currier joint executors to this my last will and testament.As witness my hand and seal, this twenty-sixth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eight, and in the seventh year of the reign of our Sovereign Lady Anne, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the faith, etc.


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