Lydia Wing was born at Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, on May 23, 1647, the daughter of Daniel Wing. The Spring Hill Friends (Quaker) records give her birth as 28 3rd mo [May] 1647. It is believed the Town records are correct.
Lydia moved back to Sandwich from Rhode Island after the death of her first husband Thomas Hamilton/Hambleton.
Lydia (Wing) Hamilton married John Abbott about 1687. This marriage is corroborated by a grant of land to John Abbit at a town meeting in 1709. The land was granted for his lifetime, and, in 1714, it was reallocated. The property was in the middle of other properties owned by members of the Wing family.
The Will of a Thomas Hamilton, Capt. the "Kingfisher," was entered into probate in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, in 1687.  Could this be Thomas Hamilton, the husband of Lydia Wing? She remarried to Abbott in about 1687, so the time is about right, although some say that Hamilton died in 1677.Watt-266 15:27, 27 March 2014 (EDT) DNA evidence has proven this connection.
Lydia is last seen in records as: "Lidy Abit" when she witnessed a Quaker marriage on 11 6 mo [Aug] 1704. She was believed to be deceased in 1709 when Sandwich granted land to her husband without referring to his wife (as the property was originally Wing family property).
In 1997, Kathryn Graham posted the following at RootsWeb on the Wing Surname page:
"Subject: WING (Lydia, D2) "Date: Sat, 14 Jun 1997 22:31:32 -0800
"Another family - another question. What happened to Thomas Hamilton, Jr.?
"10 LYDIA WING (16) (Daniel1)
Born 5th month, 23rd day, 1647, Sandwich, Massachusetts, born 23 May 1647, Sandwich, Massachusetts (VR, Vol 1, pg 18), born 3rd month, 28th day, 1647, Sandwich, Massachusetts (VR, Vol 2, pg 1243), mentioned in her father's will as Lydia Abbott. Married (1) about 1669, THOMAS HAMILTON (also seen and Hamblin and Hamblen) of Rhode Island, died Rhode Island. Married (2) about 1687, Sandwich, Massachusetts (VR, Vol 1, pg 29) or after 1683, JOHN ABBOTT, died about 1714, Sandwich, Massachusetts (VR which omitted the year. He is described as an unknown person, Vol 1, pg 29). After Thomas Hamilton died, Lydia and her two sons returned to Sandwich and lived alone in apparent poverty. Their condition was of great concern to her father, Daniel, and to the entire Quaker community to which they belonged. From 1678 to 1680 there are several references in the minutes of the Men's Monthly Meeting to providing "a more convenient place for Lydia Hambolton and her children." She consistently rejected this offer of removal, but from 1677 through 1683, she did accept shoes, wool, money and food from the women's Monthly Meeting, as recorded in their minutes. John Abbott had 13 acres of land on upper Shawme Pond in Sandwich, 3 acres were granted in 1688 and 10 acres in 1709. This property was called "Abbott's Orchard" and was granted to John only for his lifetime. The Sandwich Awards Committee took back 10 acres after his death and reallocated it in 1714. (ref: History of Chatham, MA - Smith, pg 223-224 and footnotes; Torrey, pg 338; Sandwich VR, Vol 1, pg 200; New Englanders in Nova Scotia, #114; Ray Olson, pg 18-19; Allied Families, pg 272 which states that Lydia married _____ Mott). Lydia had:
"By her first marriage:
"40 i DANIEL HAMILTON, born about 1670
"ii Thomas Hamilton, born 17 Feb 1671, Rhode Island per Sandwich, Massachusetts (VR, Vol 1, pg 21)
"By her second marriage:
"41 iii LYDIA ABBOTT, born about 1687/8, Sandwich, Massachusetts"
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