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Richard Pasmouth (abt. 1662 - 1739)

Richard Pasmouth
Born about in New London, Connecticutmap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died at about age 77 in New London, Connecticutmap
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Biography

"The west sheepwalk, of 700 acres, extended over West Wawecos Hill, and Richard Pasmoth was appointed the shepherd, Feb. 12 , 1682. He was to have a salary of 40s. per annum, and twelve acres of land on the hill for a houselot, and the sheep owners were to take their turns with him in guarding and folding the flock on the Lord's days.[1]

Sarah (Pasmoth) Dains was the daughter of Richard of Norwich.[2]

Research Notes

No Pasmouth/Pasmoth in the church records index
American Ancestors only one Richard Pasmoth b. England 1619
Sarah Pasmoth's marriage is the only Pasmoth/Pasmouth in the Vital records of Norwich.[3]

Sources

  1. Frances Manwaring Caulkins. History of New London, Connecticut: From the First Survey of the Coast in 1612, to 1852 ([Hartford, Ct., Press of Case, Tiffany], 1852)
  2. Lamb, Sabria Palmer.. Some descendants of Abraham Dains and Sarah Peake. Detroit, Mich.: S.P. Lamb, 1989. p. 2 image 11
  3. link to index

Details found on Unsourced family trees at Familysearch.org



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