Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet

NameHannah (Anna) TARBELL 202
Birth Date1677189
FatherThomas TARBELL (~1618-1678)
MotherSusanna _____ (-1692)
Misc. Notes
The marriage date of 9 Nov 1687 comes from http://www.smokykin.com/ged/f001/f73/b0017335.htm. Bond does not give her surname as Tarbell, but other sources do. Birth and marriage dates here cannot both be correct. Data to be entered from Torrey. This couple requires further study.
Spouses
Birth Date15 Oct 1639
Death Date14 Apr 1724
Death PlaceCharlestown Farms, Massachusetts
FatherJohn LAWRENCE (-1667)
MotherElizabeth COOKE (1611-1663)
Misc. Notes
According to Bond’s Watertown234 (with square brackets in the original), “Dea. NATHANIEL LAWRENCE, of Groton, m., in Sud., Mar. 13, 1660-1, SARAH MORSE, b. Sept. 16, 1643, dr. of John and Hannah (Phillips) Morse, of Dedham. [See Memorial of Morse, p. 40.] She d. in Groton, in 1684, and he m. (2d) HANNAH (Anna) _____. She d. after 1701, for Nathaniel L., and wife Hannah, of Groton, signed a deed Jan. 14, 1701. He was adm. freeman, May 15, 1672; was early chosen a deacon; was a Rep. of Groton, and much employed in town business. In advanced life he moved to Charlestown Farms, where he d. Ap. 14, 1724, aged 85. His Will, dated Aug. 4, 1718, proved May 8, 1724, mentions son Nathaniel, to whom he gave land in Groton; son John; drs. Hannah Houlden, and Mary Wheeler; son Samuel Page; dr. Elizabeth Harris; dr. Deborah, and grandson Lawrence. Inventory, £714 18s. 6d.” A list of his children follows.

Green’s Epitaphs235 repeats substantially the same information: Nathaniel “is represented in this neighborhood at the present time by numerous descendants. He held various offices in the church and town, and was one of the first representatives to the General Court, under the charter of William and Mary, in the year 1693. He married, first, March 13, 1660-1, Sarah, daughter of John and Hannah Morse, of Dedham, and lived for a while at Sudbury, before coming to Groton. His wife died August 29, 1683, and he married, secondly, Hannah _____. In advanced life he removed to that part of Cam-[p. 244]bridge now Lexington, where one of his sons was living, and here he died March 12, 1746, leaving a large family.”

Note that brothers Nathaniel and Peleg Lawrence married sisters Sarah and Elizabeth Morse.
Marr Date9 Nov 1687
ChildrenHannah (1687-1707)
 Mary (1690-)
 Jonathan (1696-~1774)
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