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Nathan Lord (1633 - 1690)

Nathan Lord
Born in Rye, Sussex, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married about 1660 in Kittery, York, Massachusetts Bay Colony (Maine)map
Descendants descendants
Died in South Berwick, York, Massachusetts Bay Colony (Maine)map
Profile last modified | Created 9 May 2011
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Biography

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Nathan Lord was born in England.

Nathan Lord was, bp at Rye, Sussex, England on 1 Sept. 1633, and died at Kittery, Maine, before 13 Feb. 1690/1[1][2] [3] He was the son of Nathan Lord of Rye, Shoemaker (1599 - 1633) and Ann (Unknown) Conley.[1] After the death of his father his mother married Abraham Conley of Wittersham, Clothier as his first wife.[1] Abraham Conley, his wife Anne (Unknown) (Lord) Conley and young Nathan Lord, and possibly the infant Abraham Conley, immigrated to Maine together, probably by 1638.[1][2] Nathan Lord received a land grand of 60 acres of salt marsh by the town of Kittery, York, Maine, on December 16, 1652 the same year he signed the Submission to Massachusetts.[4] He purchased an estate called OLD FIELDS near Mount Misery.[5] Nathan Lord married Martha Everett before 20 Jun 1656 in Kittery, York, Maine.[6][1] It was claimed that he was aged 87 years when he died before Feb 1690/1 when Martha was granted administration of his estate in GDMNH. However, Anderson and Easton show in later research that he was actually only 57.[4][1] In 1903 a second wife was proposed by Charles Chase Lord who was supposedly the daughter of Abraham Conley and Abraham Conley's first wife.[5] However, in 2010 Joseph C Anderson a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists published an article in The American Genealogist proving that Abraham Conley didn't have a first wife and disputes that he ever had a daughter who married Nathan Lord (see discussion below).[1]

Children· of Nathan' and Martha (Everett) Lord:[1][3][3]

  1. Nathan Lord, b. ca. 1656-[1][3]
  2. Abraham Lord, b. ca. 1658.[1][3]
  3. Samuel Lord[1][3]
  4. Martha Lord[1] m 1st Moses Littlefield and 2nd Joseph Abbott (weaver)[7][3]
  5. Mary Lord[1] m Thomas Downs[7][3]
  6. Sarah Lord[1][3]
  7. Margery Lord[1][3]
  8. Anne Lord[1][3]
  9. Benjamin Lord (Weaver)[1][3]

To summarize Nathan Lord of Maine was the step-son of Abraham Conley who had married his mother. Joseph C Anderson II a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists (FASG) has found not evidence that Abraham Conley had a relationship to the wife (or wives) of Nathan Lord of Maine. He has disproved that Abraham Conley was the step-father of Nathan Lord's wife Martha Everett. He found no evidence of the existence of a daughter of Abraham Conley who married Nathan Lord of Maine. Charles Chase Lord had previously proposed such a daughter but cited no evidence that she ever existed. Certainly we must concede that we can't prove that she didn't exist either. However, the only evidence we have is the un-sourced work of Charles Chase Lord.

From the handwritten Lord Family genealogical notes of my great grandfather Isaac Purl Lord (1858-1942):

  • Nathan Lord (senior), first of the name in Kittery Maine as far as any records reveal. Freeman 16th November 1652, but he may have been in New England at an earlier period inasmuch as William Everitt, his brother-in-law, (error - WE was his father-in-law. SC) was at Kittery ME as early as 1640. The Public House kept by Wiliam Everitt was the only one in that locality, and in the same was enrolled the Freemen (those who came under the Laws of Massachusetts) when Maine was merely a wild district and subservient to Massachusetts. Both William Everitt and Nathan Lord (senr) took the oath of fidelity with numerous inhabitants of Kittery on November 16, 1652 in the Public House, which was undoubtedly the place of the transaction of all public business... In 1652, by an order previously given by accompanying commission from Boston, a meeting was held at the house of one Wililam Everitt at Kittery ME. The object of which was to call a meeting for all the inhabitants of Kittery to meet at the home of said William Everitt of Kittery ME and to come under the Laws of Massachusetts.
  • Nathan Lord (senior) died intestate 1690/91 by York County Records. Nathan Lord (Senior), the "Planter", left an estate by appraisal of BP 159:05:00, appraised February 13, 1690. Inventory was returned April 24, 1697 by widow Martha and the surities were Nathan 2 Lord, Abraham 2 Lord, sons of the deceased Nathan (Sr) Lord. Inasmuch as Nathan Lord (Sr) left no will, all the circumstances concerning his children have derived from careful examination of York-Rockingham and other County Records in Maine.

Origins

In 2010 Joseph C Anderson II FASG and Priscilla Easton CG published new discoveries from England including the baptism record of Nathan Lord at Rye, Sussex, England, on 1 September 1633 in "The English Origins of Nathan1 Lord of Kittery, Maine: With an Account of the Conley Family of Cranbrook, Kent, England and the Ancestry of Abraham1 Conley of Kittery" in The American Genealogist.[1] They also discovered the original marriage record of the widow of Nathan Lord of Rye, Ann, and Abraham Conley on 30 Dec 1634 in Canterbury.

Anderson and Easton also published the records of Kennington:[8]

Kennington Baptisms:

  • 28 March 1596 Honowerthe Lorde, daughter [sic: son] of Abraham Lord.
  • 14 May 1599 Nathan Lorde, son of Abraham Lord.
  • 6 June 1601 Mary Lorde, daughter of Abraham Lorde.
  • 11 March 1603/4 Elizabeth Lorde, daughter of Abraham Lorde.
  • 2 Jan. 1619/20 Honourethe Lord of Ashford & Sara Frowd of this parish.

Kennington Marriage:

  • 15 Sept. 1618 Susanna, daughter of Honourethe Lord.

Kennington Burials:

  • 2 April 1606 "Daughter and infant" of Abraham Lord.
  • 3 April 1621 Marie Lord, widow.
  • 25 April [1622?) Grace Lord, wife of Nathan Lord.14

The Archdeacon's Transcripts for the neighboring town of Ashford record:

  • 3 April 1608 Beniamine the sone of Abraham lord baptised

Hope All Saints, co. Kent Marriage:

  • 24 November 1621 Nathan Lord and Grace Millanes[9]

Rye Baptisms:

  • 16 July 1626 John, "the so: of Nathan Lord."
  • 9 Nov. 1628 Mary, "the dat'r of Nathan Lord."
  • [one-sheet gap in the register for baptisms from June 1630 to March 1631.]
  • 25 March 1632 John, "the sonne of Nathan Lord."
  • 1 Sept. 1633 Nathan, "the sonne of Nathan Lord."

Rye Burials:

  • 22Feb.1630/l Abraham, "the son of Nathan Lord."
  • 15 April 1632 John, "the sonne of Nathan Lord."
  • 1 Feb. 1633/4 Nathan Lord, "Shoomaker."

They also located the probate records for Nathan Lord, shoemaker who was buried on 1 Feb 1633. Administration of his estate was granted to the relict, Anne Lord, on 29 April 1634:[1][10]

  • 30 Dec. 1634. "W[hi]ch day appeered p[e]rsonally Abraham Conley of Wittresham in the Diosesse of Canterbury clothworker & a bachelor of the age of 31 years or thereaboute, & allegeth that he intendeth to marry with Anne Lorde of the same parish parish [sic] widow the relict of Nathanael [sic] Lord deceased And of the truth of the premisses that he knoweth of no lawfull let or ompediment by reason of any precontract, consanguinity, affinity or otherwise to hinder his intended marriage. He made faith & [signed] Abraham (X) Conley."[11][12]
  • I Jan. 1634/5 Abraham Condly & Ann Lord vid [widow] married by license.
  • 5 Nov. 1636 Abraham, son of Abraham & Anne Condly, baptized.[13]

Taken together Joseph C Anderson argues these data show that Nathan Lord of Maine was the son of Nathan Lord of Rye, shoemaker, and Ann (Unknown). Nathan Lord of Rye was in turn the son of Abraham Lord Kennington. Nathan Lord of Rye's widow, Ann, married second to Abraham Conley. Previous genealogies had supposed that Abraham Conley had a first wife before marrying to Ann. These records clearly show that Abraham Conley of Wittersham had never been married before he married to the widow Ann (Unknown) Lord. Joseph C Anderson also demonstrates that Abraham Conley had only the birth of one child was recorded, a son named Abraham Conley of which there is no further record. No record of a daughter was found.[1]

Disputed First Wife

In 2010 Joseph C Anderson II a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists (FASG) and Priscilla Easton CG published a genealogy of Nathan Lord in "The English Origins of Nathan1 Lord of Kittery, Maine: With an Account of the Conley Family of Cranbrook, Kent, England and the Ancestry of Abraham1 Conley of Kittery" in The American Genealogist.[1] Abraham Conley referred to Nathan Lord as his "son-in-law" in his will. Joseph C Anderson argues that the meaning of the term "son-in-law" also meant "step-son" during this period. As proven above Nathan Lord of Maine was the step-son of Abraham Conley because Abraham Conley had married his mother Ann. Joseph C Anderson writes:

  • "It seems that C. C. Lord and Stackpole were trying to explain why Abraham Conley referred to Nathan Lord as his "son-in-law" in his will (see Conley Family below). A modem-day assumption would be that Nathan had married a daughter of Abraham Conley. Nathan's oldest son named a daughter Judith, so this was a plausible name. Son-in-law in Abraham's time, however, also meant stepson a term that precisely describes Nathan's relationship to Abraham Conley when Abraham married the widow Anne Lord in 1634/5. There was no need to invent the fictitious Judith Conley. The name Judith was taken from one of Nathan's daughters and proposed as the name of his first wife. Hence the creation of a Judith Conley who never existed." "One crucial claim made by C. C. Lord (and repeated many times since) appears manifestly. incorrect. This is the claim that Abraham Conley had a first wife and that he and this first wife were the parents of a daughter, Judith Conley, who became Nathan1 Lord's first wife." "Stackpole also said that Nathan's first wife was a daughter of Abraham Conley, but he expressed some uncertainty about her given name. On his marriage license, Abraham Conley was described as a "bachelor," indicating he had not been married previously. No Judith Conley or Judith Lord has been found in any English or American records, and there is no indication that she existed. Nor is there a record showing or suggesting that Nathan had a wife prior to his proven wife, Martha Everett."[1]

Joseph C Anderson reviewed the previous literature and source maternal and found no primary evidence for a first wife named Judith Conley.[1] In 1903 a second wife of John Lord was proposed by Charles Chase Lord who was supposedly the daughter of Abraham Conley and Abraham Conley's first wife who he married before he married to John Lord's mother Ann (Unknown).[5] However, Joseph C Anderson proved that Abraham Conley didn't have a first wife (see above) and finds no evidence he had a daughter who married Nathan Lord.[1]

Stackpole in 1903 published the earliest account of Nathan Lord based on information provided to him by Charles Chase Lord who posited that Abraham Conley was Nathan Lord's father-in-law. However, Stackpole quested that her given name was Judith:

  • "Nathan Lord is thought to have come from the county of Kent, Eng., with Abraham Conley, whose daughter (Judith?) was his [Nathan's] first wife. He married (2) Martha, daughter of William and Margery Everett, who was born about 1640, as a deposition shows. Nathan Lord died about 1690, aged about 87 years."[14]

In 1912 Charles Chase Lord (Stackpole's informant) published his own book and states that Judith Conley, Nathan Lord's first wife were step-siblings via Abraham Conley. In other words Judith Conley was the daughter of Abraham Conley by his first wife before he married Ann:

  • The Rev. John Heard Lord of Berwick, Me., writing from London, Eng., to the Biddeford, Me., Journal, under the date of August 15, 1901, says that there he has found the family register of Nathan Lord, father of Nathan1 Lord, of ancient Kittery, Me., and that Nathan Lord's mother, Anne, a widow, married Abraham Conley. The first wife of Nathan 1 Lord was a daughter of Abraham Conley by a wife antecedent to Anne Lord. Abraham Conley, said to have been from Kent, England, was the father of Judith, first wife of Nathan1 Lord, and is said to have been in Kittery, Me., as early as 1637. September 28, 1653, he had a town grant of seven acres adjoining the sixty granted to Nathan 1 Lord. This is said to have been about the time of the marriage of Nathan Lord and Judith Conley."[5]

In 1928 Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby, and Walter Goodwin Davis in The Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire published that Abraham Conley was instead the stepfather of Nathan's wife Martha Everett and not related to Nathan himself otherwise.[4] They pointed out that he was administrator of the estate of both his brother-in-law William Everett Jr in 1678 and Abraham Conley in 1678 who they believed was the step-father of his wife Martha Everett.[4] They state that Abraham Conley married Matha's mother Margery. They disposed of the theory published previously back Stackpole and Lord that Nathan Lord has a second wife named Judith Conley.[4] Joseph C Anderson also finds this conclusion incorrect. His new evidence (see above) clearly shows that Abraham Conley's first wife of Ann (Unknown) Lord, widow of Nathan Lord of Rye and mother of Nathan Lord of Maine. He shows that is second wife was Elizabeth (Unknown) who was a witness in 1674. But he finds no evidence for a wife Margery, the mother of Martha Everett. Joseph C Anderson points out that Martha Everett's mother Margery had married second to Isaac Nash and on a deed dated 1674 she was still known as Margery Nash just three months before the death of Abraham Conley and therefore not the wife of Abraham Conley.[1] Joseph C Anderson writes, "such rationalization would have been unnecessary if the authors of the Genealogical Dictionary had known that Abraham Conley had raised Nathan from the time of Nathan's infancy; Abraham was effectively, if not genetically, Nathan's father."[1]

To summarize Nathan Lord of Maine was the step-son of Abraham Conley who married his mother. Joseph C Anderson II a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists has found no evidence that Abraham Conley had any relationship to the wife or wives of Nathan Lord of Maine. He disproved that Abraham Conley was the step-father of Nathan Lord's wife Martha Everett. He finds no primary evidence to support the existence of a daughter of Abraham Conley who married Nathan Lord. Such a daughter was proposed by Charles Chase Lord but he offered no evidence. We must concede that we can't prove that Judith Conley didn't exist. However, the only evidence we have of her comes from the un-sourced work of Charles Chase Lord.


Burial

In Lord Cemetery in South Berwick, Maine a cenotaph erected by the family association in August of 1922 read: "In memory of Nathan Lord Pioneer Settler of ancient Kittery, Maine, 1652, A native of Kent County, England."[15]

Sources

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.24 1.25 Joseph C Anderson II FASG and Priscilla Easton CG, "The English Origins of Nathan1 Lord of Kittery, Maine: With an Account of the Conley Family of Cranbrook, Kent, England and the Ancestry of Abraham1 Conley of Kittery" in The American Genealogist (New Haven, Conn.: D.L. Jacobus, Apr 2010) Vol 84 p 81 – 94 link
  2. 2.0 2.1 Robert Charles Anderson. The Great Migration Directory: Immigrants to New England, 1620–1640 (Boston, Massachusetts. New England Historic and Genealogical Society. 2015) p 211
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 Priscilla Eaton, CG, "The Descendants of Nathan Lord of Kittery and Berwick, Maine" 4 Part series in The Maine Genealogist. Farmington, ME: The Maine Genealogical Society, 1977-. (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2014.) Volume 33, Number 1,2,3, 4 [Feb, May Aug, Nov 2011]
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby, and Walter Goodwin Davis, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (Portland, Maine, 1928-39), 159, 701-2
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Charles Chase Lord, A History of the Descendants of Nathan Lord of Ancient Kittery, Me. (Concord, N.H., 1912), 9, 189.
  6. Clarance Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, April 2011) Vol 2 p 965 link Torrey Vol 2 p 965 ("LORD, Nathan (?1603-1690) & 2/wf Martha [EVERETT] (1640-1723+); by 20 Jun 1656; Kittery, ME/Cold Harbor {Kittery 587; GDMNH 226, 443; Wentworth 1:122; Coltman Anc. 71, 131}") and ("LORD, Nathan (?1603-1690) & 1/wf ____ [CONLY]; ca 1653-4; Kittery, ME/Berwick, ME {Kittery 587; GDMNH 443; Lord 11, 113}")
  7. 7.0 7.1 Kenneth Freeman Moseman and Beverly Ruth Fredrichs, "Sisters Matha (-) Stevens Stackpole and Judith (-) Downes of Somersworth, New Hampshire" in The Maine Genealogist. Farmington, ME: The Maine Genealogical Society, 1977-. (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2014.) 2005 Vol 7 p 179-181 link
  8. Kennington, co. Kent, Archdeacon's Transcripts [FHL film #1,751,916, item 4). There are gaps in the A Ts, J 604/5 and 1606/7, years which may include the bps. of additional children of Abraham. And Ashford, co. Kent, Archdeacon's Transcripts [FHL filim #1,751,481, item 2].
  9. Hope All Saints Archdeacon's Transcripts [FHL film # 1, 7 51,916].
  10. Rye, co. Sussex, England, parish register [Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, film #1,067,288].
  11. John Meadows Cowper, ed., Canterbury Marriage Licenses, 2nd ser. (Canterbury, Eng., 1894), 228.
  12. Marriage License Registers of the Diocese of Canterbury, v. 13, 1623-35, f. 151 [FHL film #1,836,332].
  13. Wittersham, co. Kent, parish register [FHL film #2,355,255].
  14. Everett S. Stackpole's Old Kittery and Her Families (1903) p 587
  15. Maine Cemetery Inscriptions: York County, Maine Old Cemetery Association, 4 vols. (Camden, Maine, 1995), 3:2082
  • Find A Grave with contrary information based on the old genealogies
  • Filby, P. William, ed. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2010.
  • Folsom, George,. A catalogue of original documents in the English archives, relating to the early history of the state of Maine. New York: Priv. print., 1858.Original data: Note: Author from p. iv.
  • Pope, Charles Henry. The Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire, 1623-1660. n.p., 1908
  • Ancestry and Descendants of James Hensman Coltman and Betsey TobeyEdith Bartlett Sumner, Ancestry and Descendants of James Hensman Coltman and Betsey Tobey (Los Angeles, CA: 1957)
  • The Wentworth Genealogy: England and America John Wentworth, The Wentworth Genealogy: England and America , 3 vols. (Boston, MA: Little, Brown & Company, 1878)
  • OLD HANCOCK COUNTY FAMILIES by William Macbeth Pierce; published by the Hancock County Publishing Company, Ellsworth, ME: 1933.
  • The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (Boston, MA: New England Historical and Genealogical Society) Vol. 124 (1970), p. 70 link and Vol 128 (1974) p 27 link
  • Scales, John (editor). Piscataqua Pioneers 1623-1775: Register of Members and Ancestors. Dover, New Hampshire: 1919. p. 129


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Does anyone know what source the reference "MG 33:3-6" is for? It looks like its from the Great Migration Directory, but I couldn't find "MG" in the Key to Titles...Is it The Maine Genealogist? (which should be TMG)?
posted by M Cole
The Maine Genealogist Vol 33 Feb 2011 has an article "The Descendants of Nathan Lord of Kittery and Berwick, Maine by Priscilla Eaton, CG " So probably a good bet . https://maineroots.org/product/the-maine-genealogist-2011-volume-33/
posted by Anne B
Lord-4406 and Lord-408 appear to represent the same person because: Clear duplicate, newer profile just has incorrect birthdate.
posted by Liat Boucher
Lord-3342 and Lord-408 appear to represent the same person because: same spouse, death
posted by Cari (Ebert) Starosta
Lord-1165 and Lord-408 appear to represent the same person because: Same person
posted by Christopher Wright
Lord-1165 and Lord-408 are not ready to be merged because: The question of Judith Conley first marriage is still not agreed upon. I do not accept the bizarre statement that "she never existed" which, by definition, cannot be known.
posted by Christopher Wright
Lord-1165 and Lord-408 appear to represent the same person because: I found one more duplicate.
posted by [Living Baker]
Lord-2401 and Lord-408 appear to represent the same person because: Re-send
posted by [Living Baker]
According to the latest peer review research (2010) Judith Conley never existed. Nathan Lord had only one wife Martha Everett. I've updated the biography. Please see: Joseph C Anderson II FASG and Priscilla Easton CG, "The English Origins of Nathan1 Lord of Kittery, Maine: With an Account of the Conley Family of Cranbrook, Kent, England and the Ancestry of Abraham1 Conley of Kittery" in The American Genealogist (New Haven, Conn.: D.L. Jacobus, Apr 2010) Vol 84 p 81 – 94
posted by [Living Baker]
Lord-2401 and Lord-408 are not ready to be merged because: Have a confusing conflict with mother. Findagrave has this odd little discussion. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=103257728 which says: Birth: Sep. 1, 1630

Kent, England Death: Dec. 24, 1690 South Berwick York County Maine, USA

Baptized 01 September 1633 in England, seven months after his father's death.

There is conflicting data on this Nathan. Previous notes state that Nathan married:

1. Judith Conley on 28 Apr 1653 at Berwick, Maine.

After Judith died in 1658, Nathan married:

2. Martha Everett on 20 Jun 1656 at Kittery Maine.

If Judith didn't die until 1658 then he could not have married Martha in 1656 then something is wrong with the dates. Millenium File shows he married Judith in 1653 and then Martha Everett in 1656 so Judith had to have died prior to 1656 and not 1658 as previously seen.

His mother had remarried to Abraham Conley who came to America bringing his step-son, Nathan, with him.

It is unknown whether or not Ann Lord Conley, Nathan's mother, and the little boy born to her and Abraham who was baptized in 1636 lived long enough to come with Abraham and Nathan.

Abraham Conley's second wife was Elizabeth (surname unknown). She is known to have been alive as late as 1664, for in that year she was with him as a witness against Thomas Crawley.

Elizabeth had a daughter, Judith, born about 1637/38, who eventually became Nathan Lord's first wife.

So Abraham Conley was not only Nathan's step-father, but his father-in-law, too.

Not only that, but Abraham Conley married once more after the death of Elizabeth. This time to Margery Everett Nash.

Nathan Lords second wife was Martha Everett, who was Margery's daughter by her first marriage to William Everett, making Abraham Conley Nathan's father-in-law twice over.

Nathan Lord's name first appears in Colonial records when he signed the Submission to Massachusetts in 1652. He was granted sixty acres of salt marsh land by the town of Kittery, York, Maine.

In 1676, with his son Nathan, Jr., he purchased an estate called Old Fields near Mount Misery in South Berwick, York, Maine.

Nathan died in 1690 but, due to the Indian Wars, his will was not probated until 1697.

Family links: Parents: John Nathan Lord (1609 - 1633) Ann Wilcox Lord (1605 - 1636)

Spouse: Martha Everett Lord (1640 - 1682

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