Thomas Nash Sr.1

#7027, (circa 1661 - 19 January 1727/28)
Relationship6th great-grandfather of William David Lewis
Father*Lt. Timothy Nash2 (1626 - 1699)
Mother*Rebekah Stone2 (s 1636 - 1709)


Hannah Coleman b. 1667, d. 1722
Children 1.John Nash+1 (1686 - 1764)
 2.Hannah Nash+1 (1689 - 1751)
 3.Thomas Nash Jr.+1 (1692/93 - 1773)
 4.Rebecca Nash+1 (1699 - 1768)
 5.Sarah Nash1 (1704 - )
Birth*circa 1661He was born circa 1661 at Hartford, Connecticut.1 
1663He removed with Lt. Timothy Nash and Rebekah Stone in 1663 Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts.3 
Marriage*August 1685He married Hannah Coleman, daughter of Dea. John Coleman and Hannah Porter, in August 1685.1 
circa 1688He and Hannah Coleman removed circa 1688 Hatfield.4 
circa 1689He and Hannah Coleman lived circa 1689 at "on the hill next west of the Hubbards", Hatfield, Hampshire Co., MassachusettsG.4 
5 December 1698In Lt. Timothy Nash's will dated 5 December 1698, Thomas Nash Sr., "of Hatfield," was named as an heir; (text below.)5 
1723He left a will in 1723.1 
Death*19 January 1727/28He died on 19 January 1727/28 at Hatfield, Hampshire Co., MassachusettsG.1 
Probate*February 1727/28His estate was probated in February 1727/28 at Hampshire Co., MassachusettsG.1 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis


  1. [S727] Rev. Sylvester Nash, The Nash Family or Records of the descendants of Thomas Nash of New Haven, Connecticut, 1640 (Hartford: Case, Tiffany and Company, 1853), p. 35.
  2. [S727] Rev. Sylvester Nash, The Nash Family, pp. 26-29.
  3. [S727] Rev. Sylvester Nash, The Nash Family, p. 26-29, citing the records of Hadley " June 22 1663, Timothy Nash'es p'posissions to the Towne. That he desires the allottment that was Robert Websters, to be granted to him a ffreed ffrom all rates and dues belonging to the lands for time past to this present day, excepting the corn on the sd land.
    2. That the Towne be at the charge to bring up his Iron, tooles, and Household stuffe at this time now he hath for his remoovall.
    The Towne have granted the p'posissions aforesd, excepting only the plowland for this year with the corn growing on the upland and that the sd Timothy Nash be resident with his ffamilie here as an Inhabitent before winter next."
    The newly founded town needed a blacksmith.
  4. [S727] Rev. Sylvester Nash, The Nash Family, p. 33-34.
  5. [S727] Rev. Sylvester Nash, The Nash Family, pp. 271ff.