Dexter, Thomas 1

Birth Name Dexter, Thomas 2a 2b
Gramps ID P775
Gender male
Age at Death 70 years, 1 month, 8 days

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth [E1295] 1606 Essex (?), England  
 
Death [E1296] 1676-02-09 Boston, Mass  
3a

Families

    Family of Dexter, Thomas and Mary [F0127]
Married Wife Mary [P776]
   
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage [E2556] before 1617 England  
 
  Children
  1. Dexter, Mary [P779]
  2. Dexter, Thomas [P778]
  3. Dexter, James [P774]
  4. Dexter, Frances [P777]
  5. Dexter, William [P758]

Narrative

Records not imported into INDI (individual) Gramps ID P775:

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Empty note ignored Line 11740: 3 NOTE
Empty note ignored Line 11753: 3 NOTE

 

Pedigree

    1. Dexter, Thomas
      1. Mary [P776]
        1. Dexter, Mary [P779]
        2. Dexter, Thomas [P778]
        3. Dexter, James [P774]
        4. Dexter, Frances [P777]
        5. Dexter, William [P758]

Source References

  1. Import from GEDCOM (BruceWHEALTONExtendedGenealogy.ged) [S0000]
  2. Rootsweb: ID: I618 [S-1789899485]
      • Source text:

        Thomas Dexter came to America with either Endicott in 1629 or Gov.Winthrop in 1630. He brought at least 3 children, several servants,but there is no record of his wife. He settled in Lynn, Mass. in 1630, freeman 1631, built a bridge overSaugus River in 1633, also an iron works. He had many quarrels, wasdisfranchised in 1633. In 1637, with nin others, was a grantee ofSandwich, where he moved, built the first gristmill; also bridgeroads, and mills in Barnstable and Sandwich. Back in Lynn, 1638, bought two farms in Barnstable in 1646; in 1657oath of fidelity, and freeman again; the next 18 years were quiet. In1673 he moved to Boston to live with his daughter, Mary, wife of Capt.Oliver. He is buried in the Oliver Tomb in King's Chapel.

      • Source text:

        Thomas Dexter came to America with either Endicott in 1629 or Gov.Winthrop in 1630. He brought at least 3 children, several servants,but there is no record of his wife. He settled in Lynn, Mass. in 1630, freeman 1631, built a bridge overSaugus River in 1633, also an iron works. He had many quarrels, wasdisfranchised in 1633. In 1637, with nin others, was a grantee ofSandwich, where he moved, built the first gristmill; also bridgeroads, and mills in Barnstable and Sandwich. Back in Lynn, 1638, bought two farms in Barnstable in 1646; in 1657oath of fidelity, and freeman again; the next 18 years were quiet. In1673 he moved to Boston to live with his daughter, Mary, wife of Capt.Oliver. He is buried in the Oliver Tomb in King's Chapel.

  3. "Genelogy of the Dexter Family in America" [S-1789899491]
      • Source text:

        Burried in the Oliver Tomb in the King's Chapel Burring ground.