Tuesday, July 12, 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 Abigail Farr (Snow), daughter of Mercy Winslow (Farr), daughter of Rebecca Ewer (Winslow), daughter of Shubael Ewer, son of Thomas Ewer, son of Thomas Ewer, son of Sarah Learned (Ewer).]

THOMAS LATHROP [#302], b. abt. 1621, d. 1707, m. 11 Dec 1639 SARAH (LEARNED) Ewer (dau. of William Learned and Goodith), prob. bap. Ware, Hertfordshire, England 20 Sep 1604. Sarah m(1) England 13 Jan 1623-4 Thomas Ewer, b. abt. 1595, d. 1638.
Thomas Lathrop emigrated to America with his father and lived at Scituate where a record from his father's church states: "My Sonn Thomas Lathropp joined May 4, 1637". He later moved with his family to Barnstable on the Cape in 1639. John Lathrop also recorded Thomas' marriage: "My sonn Thomas and brother Larnett's daughter, widow Ewer, were married in the Bay Dec. 11, 1639". The Bay refers to Boston.[1]
On June 7, 1642 Thomas Lathrop was sworn as the constable of Barnstable.[2/2:34,40] He was also a surveyor of highways there in 1642 and was also constable in 1665.[2/4:91] He was admitted freeman June 3, 1656 and served on the Grand Enquest at the same time.[2/3:100101] In 1667 Thomas Lathrop and Shuball Linnitt were ordered to administer upon the estate of Thomas Ewer and be guardians to the children.[2/4:153] This Thomas was his step-son. The Ewer family, including Sarah (Learned) Ewer, came to America in 1635 in the Jamesand settled first in Charlestown.[3/18]
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Book 7
Family Group VIII
Children-Parish record of Bermondsey, Co. Surrey, England.
1. Sarah is not given in the baptisms, but given later,
2. Bethia, bpt. 1612,
3. Mary, " 1615,
4. Abigail, " 1618,
5. Elizabeth, " 1621,
6. Isaac, b. Feb. 25, 1623, in England, prob. came with his father when about seven or eight years old. He married, at Woburn, July 9, 1646, Mary, daughter of Isaac Stearns, and sister of John Stearns, first husband of Mary Lothrop. Isaac sold out and went to Chelmsford, where he died Nov. 27, 1657.
Sarah, b. 1607,
M. 1624 Thomas Ewer,
M. (2nd) 1639, Thomas, son of Rev. John Lothrop, of Barnstable.
pioneersfadded this on 30 Jun 2010
Author: Kluegel, Helen Richardson Date of Publication: 1987 Subjects: Duncklee Family, Horner Family, Lowthrop Family, Lothrop Family, Bowers, French
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