Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet

NameNathaniel BLOOD 49
Birth DateApr 1650
Birth PlaceLynn, Massachusetts
Death Dateaft 1719
Death PlaceGroton, Massachusetts
FatherRichard BLOOD (~1617-1683)
MotherIsabel WILKINSON? (1621-)
Misc. Notes
According to Harris,242 Nathaniel Blood was born about 1650 in Lynn, Massachusetts, and “was alive on Mch 8, 1719/20 when fined 20/- or two hours in the stocks for not attending public worship, but considering his low condition and charge of family and being ‘a lame person’ it is not more. Perhaps alive in 1723 when son still called Nathaniel Jr. Joseph Parker’s petition of 1705 (vide supra) in telling that Richard had left three sons goes on to say ‘two of which sons dyed and left small children and the other, living being decriped and unable to manage his own affairs....’”

Harris continues: “Nathaniel apparently did not live very close to the village [of Groton]. On Sept 15, 1673 he petitioned with the proprietors of farms on the Merrimack River. On Sept 26, 1691 while preparing for Indian outbursts against Dunstable and neighborhood Thomas Henchman writes that he had sent Nathaniel Blood and two more men to Groton to strengthen the garrison there. A discussion concerning the names of his children may be found in the Boston Transcript N694 May 27, 1908 & June 8, 1908.”305
Spouses
Birth Date5 Jan 1647
Death Date14 Jan 1728
FatherCapt. James PARKER (~1617-<1700)
MotherElizabeth LONG (bp. 1621-)
Marr Date13 Jun 1670
ChildrenHannah (Anna) (1671-1676)
 Elizabeth (1673-<1746)
 Sarah (1675-?1690)
 Mary (1678-1699)
 Nathaniel (1680-1756)
 Joseph (1682-1777)
 Ruth (->1721)
Last Modified 30 Dec 1999Created 1 Dec 2017 using Reunion for Macintosh
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