Ancestors of Tim Farr and Descendants of Stephen Farr Sr. of Concord, Massachusetts and Lidlington, Bedfordshire, England


Job PINGREE Sr.-14452 was born 1 on 21 Nov 1837 in Acton Beauchamp, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom. He was christened 2, 3 on 23 Nov 1837 in Acton Beauchamp, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom. He died 4 on 21 May 1928 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. He was buried 5 on 26 May 1928 in Ogden City Cemetery, Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Job married (MRIN:1361) Louisa Pricilla HARRIS-1899 on 14 Feb 1922 in Saint George, Washington, Utah, United States.

Job immigrated on 20 Apr 1857 to Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. He resided in 1920 in Ogden Ward 1, Weber, Utah, United States.

Louisa Pricilla HARRIS [Parents] [scrapbook]-1899 was born 1, 2 on 30 May 1868 in Harrisville, Weber, Utah, United States. She died 3, 4 on 21 Nov 1938 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. She was buried 5, 6 on 25 Nov 1938 in Ogden City Cemetery, Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Louisa married (MRIN:1361) Job PINGREE Sr.-14452 on 14 Feb 1922 in Saint George, Washington, Utah, United States.

Louisa resided 7 in 1880 in Harrisville, Weber, Utah, United States.

Other marriages:
ANDERSON, William Hyrum


John NEALE 1-5233 died 2, 3 on 12 May 1672 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. John married 4, 5 (MRIN:1362) Mary LAWES-1907 in BY 1666 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

John's will was probated 6 on 28 Jun 1672 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

ESTATE OF JOHN NEAL OF SALEM.

"I John Neale of Salem, Senior, being sick & weake but of pfect ineniory Blessed be the Lord, doe make this my last will & testament, this 3d of may 1672. Impr whereas it is to be under stood, as by the last will & testament of my father in law, frances Lawes deceased the house outhouses & land adjoyning &c as is exsprest in the said will will be to the use of my beloued wife while shee hues & further I doe giue & bequeath unto mary my beloued wife that pcell of land! caled Tuckes lott II containing about lower acres in-closed & lying in the Towne, for the time of her life, excepting on quarter of an acre of it, which a  quarter of an acre to the northward corner next the highwaye I giue & bequeath to my Daughter Lidea Hart & to her heires lawfully begotten of her owne body, for euer.
"It I giue vnto my said wife, one dozen of napkins & a board cloath & 6 pillow beers, which sbee shall make choyce of. It besides the bed & furniture giuen her by her a  Iather, I giue & bequeath to her, one third pt of all my cattell and mouéable goods & estat undisposed of heare after in this my will, that is to be understood when my debts are paid which my will is should be paid out of that pt of my estat to say my catell & xnoueable goods.
"It I giue vnto my son, Jeremiah neale, that dwelling house & all the ground adjoining, (to say that house he now hiueth in) except one acre of the land which I giue & bequeath to John my son Jeremiahs son, to be possest of it when he come of age, & alsoe excepting that end of the house from the chimney to the westward, & the use of half e the oarchard & of about one quarter of an acre of y4 ground for a garden & yeard room & which my will is that my son John neale shall haue the free use of he keeping of it in repaire untill such time as my son John shall come to enjoy alter his mothers deèease ye aforesaid pcell of land caled Tuck lott &fl then the whole to be to my son Jeremiah!! and alsoe, it is to be understood, that my son Jeremiah neale is to pay out of the said house & land, aforesaid, to my two grandchildren, Mary & Sara neale, his two children, ten pounds each of them paiable at age or maried, Alsoe I giue to my son Jeremiah that peece of salt marsh I bought of the widdow moore & alsoe a peece of fresh meddow, by goodells lott soe caled. It I giue vnto my wife the time of her life halfe that lott often Acres by Bracketts, for her use together with the other halfe, left her by her father & after her decease, I giue it to my son Jeremiah to Injoy it wholy to himselfe & his heares foreuer.
"It I glue to my son John neale, that pcell of land caled tucks lott after his mothers decease, as is intimated before, excepting yt quarter of an acre giuen to his sister Lidea:
alsoe I giue & bequeath to my son John neale, that ten acre lott caled Herberts Lott, and my will is that my son John shall pay or cause to be paid, to my daughter Lideas child Lidea, when she corns of age or maried ten pounds out of y 8d Tuckes & Herberts Lott, & in case y a Lidea my grand child doe not suruiue tell yt time then to pay it to ye next of age of ye suruiuing children of my daughter Lidea It I glue to my son Jonathan, the one halfe of the twenty Acres caled Loofes lott, be it more or less: It I giue & bequeath to my son Jeremiah, my son Joseph & my daughter Lidea that fifteene acres land, caled watsons & Hales hott, to be equally devided betweene them, oniy it is to be vnderstood that my will is that the third pt to my daughter Lidea, is to be to her & [her] heirs lawfu iy begotten of her owne body for euer It I giue to my son Joseph, that Acre of salt marsh adjoyning to the land of John Rowden
"It I giue to my Daughter Liddea: & to her heirs lawfully begotten of her owne body, the other halfe of Loofes lott soe caled, provided her mother, doe see cause & she enry it to her mother in a dutiful & penetenciahl maner It I giue vnto my son Jeremiah neale & his son Jon: to my son John, Jonathazaan, Joseph & daughter Lidea, that swamp caled Adameses swamp, to be equally devided betweene them & my will is that my Daughter Lideas pt is to be to her & to her heires lawfully begotten of her owne body It after all my debts are paide my will is & I giue & bequeath the other two thirds of my cattle & moueable goods & estate to be equaly derided betweene my line children to say Jeremiah, John, Jonathan, Joseph & Lidea.
"I doe desire my Loueing freinds, major win. Hathorne, Capt waiter price & Hihiard Veren sent to be my ouer seers of this my will to whome I refer the devission of that pt of my land to be devided or goods, amongst my children, soc that it may be equall & for theire peace. Lastly I doe appoynt my beloued wife, & my son Jeremiah to be my executors of this my last will and testament."
John (his 0 mark) Neale.
Witness: Win. Hathorne, sr., Walter Price, Hilliard Veren, Sr.
Proved in Ipswich court 28: 4: 1672 by Maj. William Hathorne, Capt. Walter Price and Hilliard Veren.

Mary LAWES 1, 2-1907 died 3 on 27 Jun 1681 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Mary married 4, 5 (MRIN:1362) John NEALE-5233 in BY 1666 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.

Other marriages:
MANSFIELD, Andrew

The will of Mary Lawe's father:

ESTATE OF FRANCES LAWES of SALEM.*

"I ffrances Lawes, of Salem, being weake in body, but of pfect memorye (through the Lords mercye) doe make this my last will and Testament, this sixth daye of November Anno Domij: 1665: Impr my will is that my son in law John Neale & my daughter Mary his wife, after my decease, shall haue & injoye to theire owne pper use & behoofe, the time of theire hues, Joyntly & seuerally, all my howseing & land that I shall dy possest of, or is of right belonging vnto mee, both upland & meddow, with ye Oarchard & all appurtenances, lying within the bounds of Salem, aforesd, whoe shall keep the pmisses in good repaire, & soe leaue it at the time of their decease, to be disposed of as followeth. I giue vnto Jeremiah: son of my said son in law John Neale, my pt of a ten Acre lott, lately bought in ptnership with my said son in law Neale, of trances Scerry, my pt being the one halfe, which my said Granchild shall injoy to him & his heires, after y decease of his sd Father & mother, John & Mary neale. I giue vnto Johnathan son of my son in law John Neale, my dwelling house which I now hue in, with all ye outhouses belonging therevnto, together with flue Acres of land Inclosed & adjoying to said houseing, be it more or less as alsoe all that my lott, bought formerly of Mr Bishop lying in the further end of ye north feild in Salem north ward, with a strip of land adjoying bought of mr tho: Read & a little strip of marsh adjoyning, giuen me by the Town to haue & in Joy the afore mentioned prmises to him & his heires for euer, next after y decease of his said father & mother John & mary neale. I glue vnto Joseph son of my son in law Jo" Neahe, two Acres of ground more or less, with the Barne standing there vpon, which is adjoying to y aboue mentioned houseing & land, & is a part of that ground I Bought of mr Edmond Batter, & was formerly Tho: Antrums deceased & is bounded on ye north with the street & on the east with y land of mine, formerly y land of Richard graues, on ye south with ye land of John & Jonathan Pickering & on the west with ye land latly of John Kitchin, to haue & to hold the same next after the decease of said John & mary neale, his said father & mother.
"I giue & bequeath into my fiue grand children, the children of my son John neale by mary his now wife: viz. Jeremiah, John, Jonathan, Joseph & Liddea: neale, fifty pounds sterling, betweene them, that is to say tenn pounds each of them to be paid vnto them or either of them, out of my estate, by my executors, when they shall accomplish the age of one & twenty years, seuerally, And my will is that yf any or either of them decease before they shall accomplish the age of one & twenty years, that then his or theire portion shalbe divided equally betweene yr surviuers, and my will is that it be soe understood with respect to what I haue before bequeathed to any of them, yf they or either of them shall decease before they come to age as aforsd then there pt to be derided between those that shall surviue & accomplish the age of twenty one yeares as aforesul, I guile vnto Mary my sd daughter my best feather bead, with all that belongs to it viz, bolster pillowes Couerings Blanketts sheets, with ye greene say Curtaines & vahlcns & all other appurtenances, to be to ye sole & proper use & behoofe of my sd daughter & assignes foreuer. I giue to my grand child John neale abouc said, all my weaueing Tackling as Loomes, slease, barnes & what euer elce belongs there vnto, provided he make use of it him selfe, other wise 2 to be to my daughters Maryes use & dispose, Alsoe my will is that in case my said son John & Mary neale shall in the time of theire hues, or either of them, shall make any new Adition of Building to ye howseing aboue said wherby the said how-sing is & shalbe bettered at the time of theire decease when theire son John shall corn to injoy it, that then ye said John shall pay ye value there of vnto his Brother Joseph yf then surviueing. I Appoynt my son in law John Neale, & mary his wife (my daughter) to he executors, Joyntly & seuerally of this my last will & testament."
ffrancis Lawes.

* See also Records and Files at the Quarterly Courts at Essex County, Mass., vol. 4 (1914), p. 169.


John ALDOUS [Parents]-1923 was christened on 30 Aug 1573 in Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He died before 15 May 1662. John married (MRIN:1363) Hester BACON-2501 on 20 Oct 1603 in Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.

DEATH: Will Probate

Hester BACON-2501. Hester married (MRIN:1363) John ALDOUS-1923 on 20 Oct 1603 in Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.


James BARBOR-2788 was born about 1486 in of Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He was buried on 6 Jan 1558/1559 in Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. James married (MRIN:1364) Alice-2789.

Alice-2789 was born about 1490 in of Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. She was buried on 30 Jan 1579/1580 in Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. Alice married (MRIN:1364) James BARBOR-2788.

They had the following children.

  F i Agnes BARBOR-1941 was born about 1512. She was buried on 10 May 1582.

John LAPHAM-1948 was born in 1635 in Devon, England, United Kingdom. He died before 5 Apr 1710 in Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. He was buried in 1710 in Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. John married 1, 2 (MRIN:1365) Mary MANN-2662 on 6 Apr 1673 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.

THE AMERICAN GENEALOGIST
Whole Number 93 Volume XXIV, No. 1 January, 1948

"John Lapham, the first we find any account of in America, came from Devonshire, England, a weaver by trade, to Providence, at which place he married Mary Mann, daughter of William Mann, and settled near burying place hill. The Indian War breaking out they wereobliged to retire to Rhode Island and their house was burned by the Indians. Sometime after he went to Dartmouth and settled there and had four Sons and one daughter.
"Thomas, their second son, after arriving at man's estate, built a house in Providence on one of the seven acre lots toward the lower end of the town near where Dr. Gibbs has since lived but soon after died a single man well beloved by his neighbors.
"William, the third son, lived to grow up, fell into a melancholy state of mind and put an end to his life by hanging himself to a tree.
"John, the eldest son, married Mary Russell, daughter of Joseph Russell of Dartmouth, whose wife was Elizabeth Fobes of the family of Fobes at Bridgewater and sister of William Fobes in Seconnet, by whom John had five sons and nine daughters, viz.: Elizabeth, John, Thomas, Rebecca, Joseph, Mary, Frances, Benjamin, Ruth, Bathsheba, Joshua, Hannah, Sylvia and Elizabeth.
"Elizabeth, the eldest, married Amos Taber of Dartmouth by whom she had two children, Hannah and Jethro, and died from fever when her son was about three months old.
"John, the second child, married Desire Rowland, daughter of Benjamin Rowland of that town, by whom he had two sons and one daughter, Benjamin, Jonathan and Jemima. His wife died in the year 1760 odd. He has since married a widow White and now lives at the Nine Partners. He has lived some part of his life at Smithfield near Providence.
"Thomas, the third child, married Abigail Wilbur, daughter of Benjamin Wilbur, by whom he had four sons and five daughters, viz.: Sylvia, David, Phebe, Abigail, Thomas, Bathsheba, Jethro, Augustus and Lillis. David died when near twenty one, Abigail at the same time aged about sixteen, and both were buried in one grave. Lillis died when eight months old. The others all lived to marry and have children. He died when near seventy four and his wife Abigail about the same age.
"Rebecca, the fourth child, married Barnabas Rowland of Dartmouth, son of Benjamin Rowland, by whom she had two sons end four daughters. All lived to marry and have children.
"Joseph, the fifth child, married Mary Ballou, daughter of Jonathan Ballou of Smithfield, by whom he had nine children, viz.: Abner, Rebecca, Amy, Lovina, Naomi, John, [Frances], Mary and Abigail. Amy died aged one year, nine months. Lovina died in her seventeenth year. Naomi lived only two weeks. The others all married and had children. He now lives in Cumberland.
"Mary, the sixth child, at about twenty years of age grew melancholy and became delirious but not very troublesome. She lives now at Glocester with her niece.
"Frances, the seventh child, married Nathan Sowdish, son of William Bowdish of Dartmouth, by whom she had two children. Both are married and now live at Oblong.
"Benjamin, the eighth child, married Lydia Ballou, daughter of Samuel Ballou of Smithfield, by whom he had three children, James, Mary and Lydia. They are all deceased and their mother also. He married the second time Mary Mann, daughter of John Mann of Smithfield, by whom he had ten children, viz.: Lydia, Sarah, Stephen, Gideon, George, Elizabeth, Abigail, Silas, BenjamIn and Ruth. All are livlng except Gideon. Silas, Lydia,Sarah and Stephen are married. They moved from Smithfield to Hoosec about twelve years ago.
"Ruth, the ninth child, married Seth Sherman, son of Daniel Sherman of Dartmouth, by whom she had two sons and three daughters of which one son died young. The other ch!ldren all married. She died about 1758.
"Bathsheba, the tenth child, married John Gifford, son of Benjamin Gifford. They now live at the Nine Partners.
"Joshua, the eleventh child, married Hannah Sherman, daughter of David Sherman of Dartmouth, by whom he had ten children, all living but one. He now lives at Hoosac.
"Hannah, the twelfth child, married three husbands, Joseph Brown, Jacob Aldrich and Richard Estes. The last is now living. She had four children by Joseph Brown. They are all living.
"Silvia, the thirteenth child, died young.
"Elizabeth, the fourteenth child, lived to marry, had one child and died. Her husband's name was Benjamin Sherman, son of Thomas Sherman of Dartmouth.
"Nicholas (son of John1 Lapham) lived till old and married Mary Arnold, daughter of John Arnold of Smithfield, and had three sons and two daughters, vIz.: Abigail, Solomon, Rebecca, Nicholas and Arnold. Rebecca died after a woman grown, unmarried. Arnold became non compos mentis. The others all married.
"Mary (daughter of John1 Lapham) married Charles Dyer who settled a little west of Providence. They had six children, vIz.: Charles, Wary, John, Samuel, Elizabeth and William."

S. F. Peckham writes: "John Lapham appeared In Providence about 1660. He was an ardent Qauker and soon became actively identified with the sect in Rhode Island, though there are no records known to me that he was subject to persecution amounting to personal violence. He lived in a house near the North Burying Ground, then on a hill at the north suburbs of the town. At the outbreak of King Philip's War, in 1676, when Providence was burned, John Lapham's house was burned and he fled to Newport with most of the inhabitants of Providence.
"1675. John Lapham was freeman in Providence and Deputy to the General Court; in 1675 he was constable.
"1682. He went to Dartmouth, Mass.
"1699, Jan. 6. At a meeting held at John Laphem's house in Dartmouth the following agreement was made: 'At a man's meeting in the town of Dartmouth, the 6 day of the 11 month 1698-9, at the house of John Lapham, wee underwritten, Peleg Slocum, Jacob Mott, Abraham Tucker and John Tucker, the day of the year above written, undertake to build a meeting house for the people of God in Scorn called Quakers, 55 foot long, 50 foot wide and 14 foot studs, to worship and serve the true and living God in according as they are persuaded in Continence they Ought to Do, and for no other use, Interest or purpose, but as afores'd and when one or more of us decease,
then immediately the survivors Choose others in our room, together with the Consent of the assembly of the s'd people, so to be and Remain to us and them forever as afores'd, which s'd house shall be completely finished at or before the 10 day of the 8 month next Insuing the date hereof.
‘In witness hereto wee subscribe our names with our own hands. And further wee of said Society of people toward the building of said House of our own free will Contribute as followeth:
John Thcker           £10           Ebenezer Allen        £5
Peleg Slocum           15           Ebenezer Slocurn    5
John Lapham             5            Jacob Mott              5
Nathaniel Rowland    5            Benjamin Rowland   2
Abraham Tucker      10            Pichard Evens         1
Increase Allen            5 12s     Judah Smith             1

"This was the original Apponepansett Meeting House, the first Friends Meeting House built in Dartmouth. Since then another and larger one has been built on the same spot. The House was built the same year. At one time John Lapham owned 250 acres of land in and about Providence."

Mary MANN [Parents]-2662 was born 1 in 1640 in Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. She died 2 in 1710 in Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. She was buried after 1710 in Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. Mary married 3, 4 (MRIN:1365) John LAPHAM-1948 on 6 Apr 1673 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.

They had the following children.

  F i
Mary LAPHAM-2251 was born 1 on 1 Mar 1674 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States. She died 2 on 10 Jul 1675 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.
  M ii John LAPHAM-2142 was born on 13 Dec 1677. He died after 1758.
  M iii
William LAPHAM-2529 was born 1 on 29 Nov 1679 in Dartmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, United States. He died 2 on 8 Aug 1701 in Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.
  M iv
Thomas LAPHAM-2410 was born 1 on 30 Sep 1682 in Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, United States. He died 2 on 8 May 1704 in Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.
  F v Mary LAPHAM-2414 was born on 5 Oct 1686. She died before 1757.
  M vi Nicholas LAPHAM-2645 was born on 1 Apr 1689. He died in 1758.

William KEMP [Parents]-2538 was christened on 8 Nov 1695 in Laxfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. William married (MRIN:1366) Frances FAIRWEATHER-1960 in 1724.

Frances FAIRWEATHER-1960. Frances married (MRIN:1366) William KEMP-2538 in 1724.


Thomas ALDOUS Jr [Parents]-2145 was born in 1535 in of Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He died in 1595 in of Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He was buried on 5 Sep 1601 in Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. Thomas married (MRIN:1367) Gillian FISKE-1972 on 14 Oct 1561 in Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.

Other marriages:
FISKE, Gelyon
MYCHELL, Frances Mrs

Gillian FISKE-1972. Gillian married (MRIN:1367) Thomas ALDOUS Jr-2145 on 14 Oct 1561 in Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.


Capt. Henry LOTT [Parents] 1-2646 was born 2 in 1707 in of Newton, L.I., New York, United States. He died 3 on 21 Dec 1784 in Moreland, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States. Henry married (MRIN:1368) Mercy-2848 on 3 Apr 1730 in Pennsylvania, United States.

Other marriages:
KROESON, Catherine

It is believed that Henry Lott, married a second time, a Catharine (Kroesen) Jones, widow, through the courtesy of Mr. Orville Corson, Middletown, Ohio, we give the following letter to him, from Mr. Frank K. Swain, Fonthill, Doylestown, Pa. : -

"you ask would it have been possible that Henry Lott's first wife was a Kroesen? I cannot answer this - Mercy is not a Krewson name. Ac­cording to your book Mercy died Nov. 25, 1747, and I found Benjamin Jones died Dec. ?, 1748.

“This left Henry Lott, widower and Catharine Kroeson Jones, widow, free to marry, which they did, because in a petition of the Jones heirs, in Feb. 26, 1785, speaking of their father's estate, say: 'And whereas the said Catherine Jones, widow of the Testator having again intermarried with a certain Henry Lott, afterwards died without making any last will and testament. ' etc.

“They were asking to have the farm disposed of and the money divided among the Jones children. This could not have been done before the death of Catharine Krewson Jones Lott. Several of her Jones children were already dead and I feel sure the petition was made directly after her death say about Jan. 1785, so as to settle this long drawn out estate (77 years) which she had the use of as long as she lived.

“If she married again she had the right to choose one of Benjamin Jones' farms as her own. As no mention is made of the 250 acres she received from her father Derrick, she must have chosen that tract and disposed of it soon after her marriage with Henry Lott, as her niece Elizabeth Kroeson and husband John Vanartsdalen owned it as early as 1756. Henry Lott was a witness to several Kroeson wills and deeds. If Catharine Jones Lott died say 1785, and Henry Lott died Dec. 21, 1784, the whole thing knits together. Why he did not mention her in his will I cannot see. She was rich herself and that may be the reason, or she could have died first of course.”

(Signed) Frank K. Swain

Capt. Henry Lott, was a Captain of “Associated Companies, Bucks County, 1756,” also served as Captain of the Fourth Associated Company, Northampton twp., Bucks county, Pa., in the Revolutionary War. His will reads as follows:- 1784. Dec. 1. (Just 20 days before his death, he made his will, proved Jan. 10, 1785, and recorded in the Will Book I:16, Norristown, Montgomery county, Pa.) His residence is given as Moorland (meaning Moreland). Five shillings were conveyed to each of the children of his son Peter and his daughter Mary. The remainder was divided equally among his other children: Stephen, Henry, Zepheniah, Leonard, and Letitia Carter. Daughter Letitia's share was to be held in trust, she to receive the interest and after her death her share was to be given to her daughter Prudy, wife of Daniel Courson. The Executors were: Zephaniah Lott, Stephen Lott, and Daniel Corsen.

Wit: John Hogeland John Hogeland Jr
Derrick Hogeland

Res:- Bedminster, Northampton and Moreland, Bucks county, Pa.

Mercy-2848 was born about 1711 in Pennsylvania, United States. She died 1 on 25 Nov 1747 in Pennsylvania, United States. Mercy married (MRIN:1368) Capt. Henry LOTT-2646 on 3 Apr 1730 in Pennsylvania, United States.

They had the following children.

  F i
Mary LOTT-14556 was born in 1732 in Northampton Township, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States. She died about 1800 in , Washington, Pennsylvania.
  F ii Letitia LOTT-2661 was born on 23 Nov 1733. She died on 20 Oct 1810.
  M iii Stephen LOTT-2847 was born on 21 Oct 1735. He died on 27 Dec 1817.
  M iv
Henry LOTT Jr-14555 was born in 1737 in Northampton Township, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States. He died in Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States.
  M v
Peter LOTT-2494 was born about 1737 in Northampton, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States.
  M vi
Henry LOTT 1-2556 was born in 1738 in Northampton, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States.





Was a Marine in the Revolutionary War on the ship "South Carolina." Taken Prisoner by the British in fight of New York lighthouse. He was put on the prison ship "Olde Persay"
  M vii Zephaniah LOTT Capt-1975 was born on 14 Mar 1742. He died on 26 Feb 1829.
  M viii Leonard LOTT-2528 was born about 1743. He died on 9 Jan 1812.

Zephaniah LOTT Capt [Parents] [scrapbook]-1975 was born 1 on 14 Mar 1742 in Northampton, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States. He died 2, 3 on 26 Feb 1829 in Delaware, Delaware, Ohio, United States. He was buried 4 in Stark Cemetery, Delaware, Ohio, United States. Zephaniah married 5 (MRIN:1369) Eltje VAN PELT-2371 on 18 Jan 1773 in Churchville, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States.

Zephaniah was also known as Zephaniah LOTT Sr. He was counted in a census 6 in 1790 in Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States. He was counted in a census 7 in 1800 in Braintrim, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States. He resided 8 in 1810 in Braintrim, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States.

Zephania was spelled Sephenia in old Dutch records. Current Dutch spelling is with a C. Zephenia was a Capt in the Revolutionary War.

Zephaniah, Inn-keeper, Southampton, Bucks county, Pa., 1779. Wrights­town, 1781, 1782; Southampton, 1783, 1784, 1785, and 1786. Tax list 1784 gives “7 white inhabitants” in his family. He enlisted as an Ensign in the Bucks county Militia in 1775, and 18 months later re­enlisted as Capt. of the 5th company 1st Battalion, Bucks county, Militia.


Info per Find A Grave contributor Utah Quilter:
Zephaniah received a grant of land in 181[6] from the federal government for his services during the Revolution. He left for Delaware County, Ohio, leaving behind in Pennsylvania his sons Isaac and Stephen, who were by this time married and living in nearby communities.

Zephaniah died on 26 February 1829 and was buried in the Stark Cemetery, Porter Township, Delaware, Ohio. Else passed away 4 December 1836 and is buried next to her husband.

Eltje VAN PELT [scrapbook]-2371 was born 1, 2 on 11 Sep 1750 in New York, United States. She died 3, 4 on 7 Dec 1836 in Delaware, Ohio, United States. She was buried in Dec 1836 in Stark Cemetery, Stark Corners, Delaware, Ohio, United States. Eltje married 5 (MRIN:1369) Zephaniah LOTT Capt-1975 on 18 Jan 1773 in Churchville, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States.

Eltje was also known as Eles or Alice VAN PELT.

Given name may be Else.

They had the following children.

  M i
Henerick LOTT-6430 was christened 1 on 24 Apr 1774 in Reformed Dutch Church, Churchville, Dutch Church, Pennsylvania, United States.
  M ii Zephaniah LOTT-2628 was christened on 10 Mar 1776.
  F iii
Caty LOTT-6435 was christened 1 on 21 Apr 1781 in Reformed Nether Dutch Church, Southampton, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States.
  M iv
Stephen LOTT 1-6429 was christened 2 on 14 Nov 1784 in Reformed Nether Dutch Church, Southampton, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States.
  M v
Isaac LOTT 1-6431.
  M vi
Joseph LOTT 1-6432 was christened 2 on 1 Jul 1787 in Reformed Nether Dutch Church, Southampton, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States.
  M vii
John LOTT 1-6433.
  F viii
Sarah LOTT 1-6434.
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Leonard LOTT-14548 was born on 20 Sep 1779 in Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States. He was christened on 7 Nov 1779 in Churchville, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States. He died on 2 Sep 1842 in Delaware, Ohio, United States. He was buried in 1842 in Stark Cemetery, Stark Corners, Delaware, Ohio, United States.

James ALDOUS [Parents]-1983 was born about 1566 in of Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He was buried on 1 Apr 1641 in Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. James married (MRIN:1370) Ann ALDOUS Mrs-2500 about 1593 in of Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.

Ann ALDOUS Mrs-2500. Ann married (MRIN:1370) James ALDOUS-1983 about 1593 in of Fressingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.

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