Thomas Blossom was born by 1580, based on the date of his marriage. Robert Charles Anderson says he was "probably son of Peter and Annabel (_____) Blossom of Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire. (See Mayflower Descent 39:181-82 for a less likely preposed parentage).
Thomas married Anne Elsdon on November 10, 1605 at St. Clement's, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
Thomas Blossom died in Plymouth before March 25, 1633; he was one of those who Bradford records as dying in the infectious epidemic of 1663.The inventory of his estate was dated June 1650; includes a house, gardens, orchards, meadow, 8 acres of upland and several additional items. His widow married Henry Rowley (as his second wife) at Plymouth on October 17, 1633.
- Elizabeth was born about 1620. She married Edward FitzRandolph at Scituate on May 10, 1637. She married (2nd) to Captain John Pike at Piscataway, New Jersey.
- Thomas was born about 1623. He married Sarah Ewer at Barnstable on June 18, 1645.He married Feere Robinson on December 3, 1695 at Sandwich.
- Peter was born after 1627. He married Sarah Bodfish at Barnstable on June 21, 1663.
- alternative candate for the parents of Thomas Bloosom; although he cannot be identified as an immigrant who came to New England. Mrs. Margaret Bone of Cambridge England documents Thomas Blossham born 26 Feb. 1566/7 was the son of John Blossham and his wife Johane of Wisbech, co. Cambridge. Thomas is mentioned as less than 12 years, and at that age would inherit the house, half the barn and 18 acres of land. He would have been 38 years old at his marriage to Anne Helsdon, making it less likely that this is our migrant, since men married much younger during this time period.