dob may be 08/06/1606
dod may be 03/15/1696
Richard Nason, was in the records in 1645 for a dispute with his father-in-law, Richard Baker, who was tried in New Hampshire and fined 5 shillings Ã¢â‚¬Å“for beating Richard Nason that he was black and blue and for throwing a fire shovel at his wife [his own daughter?]Ã¢â‚¬ In 1655 Richard Nason was fined at York for not attending church meetings. In 1665 he was accused of blasphemy. Philip Chesley of Oyster River was witness against him. The General Court did "not judge him so guilty of that fact as that by our lawe he ought to die," but he had to post a £40 bond for good behavior. Arrived in Pipestave Maine in 1635. He was sent by the Mass. Bay Co. and was the company Selectman for the Co.