Thomas Graves1

#12738, (say 1600 - November 1662)
Relationship9th great-grandfather of William David Lewis

Family

Sarah _____ b. s 1602, d. 1666
Children 1.Nathaniel Graves+5 (bt 1625 - 1629 - 1682)
 2.Isaac Graves+6 (s 1626 - 1677)
 3. John Graves+1 (s 1628 - 1677)
 4.Elizabeth Graves7 (s 1630 - )
 5.Samuel Graves8 (s 1632 - )
Birth*say 1600He was born say 1600 at EnglandB.1 
Marriage*say 1623He married Sarah _____ say 1623 at EnglandB.2 
circa 1645He and Sarah _____ migrated to Hartford, Connecticut, circa 1645, or earlier.3 
15 March 1661He signed an agreement "to remove to the West side of the River at Norwottock [Hadley]" on 15 March 1661 and relocated to what was later Hatfield, Massachusetts.4 
Death*November 1662He died in November 1662 at Massachusetts.1 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis

Citations

  1. [S742] L. M. Boltwood, Genealogies of Hadley Families (Northampton: Metcalf & Company, 1862), 61, of Hartford 1645. Hereinafter cited as Genealogies of Hadley Families.
  2. [S742] L. M. Boltwood, Genealogies of Hadley Families, 61.
  3. [S165] James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, four volumes (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862), II:296, when Thomas appears in the records as excused from training, "an old man," but not an original proprietor. Hereinafter cited as First Settlers of New England.
  4. [S328] Henry R. Stiles, editor, History of Ancient Wethersfield Connecticut, Vol. I (New York: The Grafton Press, 1904), p. 163. The signers of the Agreement were: Nathaniel Dickinson, Jr. and his son Samuel, Samuel Belden, Thomas Graves and his sons Isaac and John, Edward Benton and Sigismond Ritchell. Benton and Ritchell remained in Wethersfield. Hereinafter cited as Ancient Wethersfield I.
  5. [S165] James Savage, First Settlers of New England, II:296, "possibly" but did not remove to Hadley.
  6. [S165] James Savage, First Settlers of New England, II:296.
  7. [S165] James Savage, First Settlers of New England, II:296, name not known.
  8. [S165] James Savage, First Settlers of New England, II:296, "possible."