Margery Baker1

#7266, (say 1592 - between 11 February 1655 and 1 August 1657)
Relationship8th great-grandmother of William David Lewis
Father*Nicholas Baker1 (s 1592 - )


Thomas Nash b. s 1592, d. 1658
Children 1.Mary Nash+6 (s 1614 - 1683)
 2.Maj. John Nash+6 (s 1616 - 1687)
 3.Sarah Nash+6 (s 1619 - )
 4.Sgt. Joseph Nash+6 (s 1623 - bt 1676 - 1678)
 5.Lt. Timothy Nash+1 (1626 - 1699)
Birth*say 1592She was born say 1592 at EnglandG.1 
say 1613 As of say 1613,her married name was Nash.1 
Marriage*say 1613She married Thomas Nash, son of Bindley Nash, say 1613 at EnglandG.1 
26 July 1637She and Thomas Nash migrated to Boston, Massachusetts, from England, on the Hector or her unnamed companion vessel on 26 July 1637.2 
March 1638She and Thomas Nash removed by ship in March 1638 to Quinnipiac (now New Haven), New Haven Colony.3 
circa 1640She and Thomas Nash lived circa 1640 at Lot No. 3, 1.5 acres, on State Street, New Haven, Connecticut.4 
Death*between 11 February 1655 and 1 August 1657She died between 11 February 1655 and 1 August 1657 at New Haven, Connecticut.5 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis


  1. [S734] Wm. Berry, compiler, County Genealogies, Pedigrees of Hertfordshire Families (London: J. R. Smith, 1844), Baker Family Pedigrees, tables 83-85. Hereinafter cited as Hertfordshire Families.
  2. [S736] George P. Allen, compiler, A History and Genealogical Record of the Alling--Allens of New Haven, Conn. (New Haven, CT: Press of the Price, Lee & Adkins Co., 1890), p. 13.
  3. [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. 13-14.
  4. [S736] George P. Allen, History of the Alling--Allens, p. 17.
  5. [S727] Rev. Sylvester Nash, The Nash Family, p. 18;, citing the mention of her in church seating 11 Feb 1655 and her absence in her husband's will which is dated 1 Aug 1657.
  6. [S727] Rev. Sylvester Nash, The Nash Family, p. 18. "The following order of births is but conjectural. It is according to the order of their marriage and birth of their first children." [In his will, Thomas names his children in this order: "my Eldest sonne son daughter daughter sonne Timothy"; TNF p. 267]