Tuesday, June 28, 2011


[Ancestral Link: Marguerite Anderson (Miller), daughter of Hannah Anderson (Anderson), daughter of Mary Margaret Edmiston (Anderson), daughter of Martha Jane Snow (Edmiston), daughter of Gardner Snow, son of James Snow, son of Zerrubbabel Snow, son of John Snow, son of Zerubbabel Snow, son of Mary Greene (Snow), daughter of Hannah Carter (Greene), daughter of Thomas Carter.]

Thomas Carter and familyID: I333
Name: Thomas CARTER
Reference Number: 4022
Sex: M
Birth: about 1580
Death: 14 June 1669 in Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Thomas was admitted to the church in Charlestown, Massachusetts 8 January 1636 and became a freeman, 2 May 1638.
_UID: 72C7151010F64E8D9EA21170CC172FECFEC5
Change Date: 31 January 2008
Father: Thomas CARTER born 8 May 1566 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England
Mother: Sarah HULL born 15 November 1573 in England
Marriage 1 Mary Parkhurst DALTON born 1582 in Ipswich, Suffolk, England
Married: Children
. Hannah CARTER born 1596
. Mary CARTER born 1599
. Joseph CARTER born 1604
. Samuel CARTER born 1615
. John CARTER born 1616 in England
. Thomas CARTER born 1620 in Wemb, Shropshire, England
haroldrclinton added this on 30 May 2011
found on ancestry.com

Thomas Carter's Will5 May 1650, Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA
Will: WILL: 05 MAY 1650, Charlestown, Massachusetts [S127]
"The last will and Testament of Thomas Cartar of Charlestown made the fifth day of the third month A thousand six hundred and fifty I Thomas Cartar weak in body but whole in my understanding and memory do make here my last will and testament in menner and forme following imprimis I comitt ... my soule unto God ... I comitt my Body to be decently buried And for my outward estate I due dispose of it to be disposed of as followeth.
I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Mary Carter my now dwelling house with the garden ground the Barne, and the five acres of Land which lies in the feild behind and above my house, with all my househould stuffe; alsoe two Cowes and three Cows Commons and a quarter alsoe halfe the Evry of all my ground and she to have all this as long as she lives; she each year fynding and allowing halfe the ear corn for all the ground. I give and bequeath unto my eldest son Thomas Cartar after my wives decease my now dwelling hous garden and barne with the five Akers I bought of my son Samuell, and the three cows commons and a quarter And a Cow hay Lott lying without the Noll (by Ralph Mousalls Land) wch was given me in the divident, Also the Dwelling hous that Thomas Cartar my son now dwells in; Only out of this house I will and bequeath to my son Samuell Cartar to bee payd him by my son Thomas Cartar ten pounds Also I give and bequeath unto my two sons Samuell and Joseph the twoo Akers of ground that lies on mistick Syde ... to be equally divided amonst them, and to be theirs wthin a month after my decease. I also give unto my son Samuell Cartar after my wives decease on of my hay Lotts without the Neck, wch I bought of goodman Potter.
I also give and bequeath after my wives decease unto my son Joseph Cartar three Akers of Land lying at moltons poynt bought of Mikel Bastoe Also a hay Lott bought of mr Lyn without the necke, alsoe one cows Coman.
I bequeath and give after my wives decease unto my son John Cartar A cow and three heifers.
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Brinsmead, and unto my daughter Hanna Gre-- [Green] four akers of land lying nere in Bunkers within the Neck and my will is that to this foure Akers there shall be added as much out of my houshould goods as shall make them up to be worth twenty pounds but this to be theirs after my wives decease. I alsoe give an dbequeath after my wives decease, unto my beloved grand-children Caleb Cartar, Joseph Cartar, John Green, and John Brinsmead, A hous and the Ground belonging to it wch is about an Aker, wch Land and the ould hous I bought of goodman Robinson, and a new hous to be sett upon the garden platt where the ould house stands which I give amongst the four children aforenamed to be theirs forever.
witneses the marke of William Dad Thomas Cartar. John Green John Fuller.
Alsoe for the scotchman my will is that he shal be sould to mr Russel upon resonable agreement and upon his good demeanor I do give him three quarters of a year of the time he is to serve. And I ordain my eldest son to be my executor of this my Last Will and Testament
A true record
Attest W.E. Rogers Register." (Middlesex Probate, 28:20)

WilliamGammon43 added this on 13 May 2011

This will documents that Hannah, daughter of Thomas, married a Greene, and hence is the Hannah, Wife of William Greene.
found on ancestry.com

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