Some Descendants of John Thomas of Jamestown, Rhode Island

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In 1636, Roger Williams, recently banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony because of his religious beliefs, established a settlement at the head of Narragansett Bay that he named "Providence." This small colony soon became a sanctuary for those seeking to escape religious persecution. Within a few years, a royal land patent and charter resulted in the formation of the "Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations," which incorporated Williams' original settlement and espoused his tenets of freedom of ...

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In 1636, Roger Williams, recently banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony because of his religious beliefs, established a settlement at the head of Narragansett Bay that he named "Providence." This small colony soon became a sanctuary for those seeking to escape religious persecution. Within a few years, a royal land patent and charter resulted in the formation of the "Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations," which incorporated Williams' original settlement and espoused his tenets of freedom of religion and separation of church and state. During the ensuing decades, thousands of Baptists, Quakers, Jews, and Huguenots relocated to Rhode Island from other New England colonies, the British Islands, and Europe in search of religious freedom.

One such individual, John Thomas, an immigrant from Wales, made significant contributions to early settlements at Jamestown on Conanicut Island and at Wickford on the nearby mainland of Rhode Island. He was the first town constable of Jamestown in 1679, and later owned hundreds of acres of land in the towns of North and South Kingstown.

This fully indexed work traces and sketches the lives of his descendants, many of whom were at the forefront of the great American westward migration, and represents the most comprehensive compilation of them to date. It is the result of twenty years of extensive research and includes detailed information from military pension archives, will and estate records, agricultural data, county histories, and migration patterns that far exceeds the standard for genealogical works of this scope and magnitude.

It is important for us to remember those who helped shape our nation. This work provides valuable information for those who are interested in this family and its evolution in America.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781475965704
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  • Publication date: 12/12/2012
  • Pages: 444
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SOME DESCENDANTS OF JOHN THOMAS OF JAMESTOWN, RHODE ISLAND


By Hollis A. Thomas

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Copyright © 2012 Hollis A. Thomas, MD.
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ISBN: 978-1-4759-6570-4


Chapter One

SOME DESCENDANTS OF JOHN THOMAS OF JAMESTOWN, RHODE ISLAND

Compiled, Arranged and Edited by Hollis A. Thomas, MD

001. John Thomas, the progenitor, is believed to have been born about 1646 in Wales, or possibly in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and died Sep/Oct 1728 at present-day North Kingstown, Washington Co., R.I. The maiden name of his wife, Mary, who predeceased him, is unknown. John was living at Jamestown, Conanicut Island, Newport Co., R.I., as early as 1679, and may have been at Portsmouth, Newport Co., R.I., prior to that date. Jamestown was organized as a town on 4 Nov 1678, and John Thomas was selected to serve as town constable several times during the early years of the town, including 1679, 1686, and 1705. He was a juryman from Jamestown at the Court of Trials at Newport, R.I., in 1685 and 1704/5, and in Sep 1688 he served on a Grand Jury held at Rochester (Kingstown) for Rhode Island, Narragansett or King's Province, and Providence Plantations. John Thomas purchased a tract of 300 acres in the Pettaquamscutt Purchase in Oct 1693 from Thomas Mumford. This land bordered the south shore of Worden Pond in South Kingstown, Washington Co., R.I. About the same time, he purchased a 100 acre tract (deed not recorded until 1700) from the original proprietors of the Pettaquamscutt Purchase, who included Benedict Arnold, the first colonial governor of Rhode Island. John Thomas was named a freeman of the colony while a resident of Jamestown in Apr 1700. In Mar 1701, he bought two additional parcels of land containing 80 and 100 acres in the Pettaquamscutt Purchase. The 80-acre parcel was found to be lacking, resulting in this subsequent entry in S. Kingstown Land Evidences of 1706/7:

"Whereas Bennony Gardner and Nicholas Gardner, Senior, both of Kingstown, having Sold to John Thomas of the Said Town, Eight Scoure Acres of Land and the Land falling Short of the Number of Acres that was Mentioned within there Deeds, I the Said John Thomas, having Received the Same Quantity of acres of Land in another Place of the Same farme to make good the Land Wanting, and also ten pounds paid to John Watson by my order, and the Receipt of two hundred apple trees, and plowing of three acres of Land for me, I the said John Thomas doe acknowledge my Selfe fully Satisfied for the Land that is Wanting in there Deeds and do hereby for my Selfe and my heirs acquit and Discharge the Said Bennony Gardner and Nicholas Gardner and their heirs forever." (a.)

In Jan 1706/7, he purchased another 80-acre parcel in the same area, bringing his total Rhode Island land holdings to at least 680 acres, some of which would remain in the possession of his descendants for several generations. In legal documents, John Thomas was variously referred to as yeoman, ferryman, innkeeper, and farmer. His will, proved at North Kingstown on 8 Oct 1728, was damaged by fire, and some of the information was burned away. However, it names sons John and George, daughter-in-law Alice, and granddaughters Mary Thomas and Alice Thomas. (See will of John Thomas in Appendix A.)

Known children of John and Mary Thomas:

002 i. George, b. 20 Aug 1681.

003 ii. John, b. c. 1683.

iii. Ebenezer, d. before Oct 1728; deposed on 29 Mar 1721 concerning land in N. Kingstown, R.I., formerly leased to his father.

The mark of John Thomas:

(Sources: a. S. Kingstown Land Evidence, Bk 1, p. 245; Will of John Thomas, N. Kingstown, R.I., Probate Records, Book 6, 1719-1730, pp. 302-4; Representative Men and Old Families of Rhode Island, J.H. Beers & Co., Chicago, 1908, Vol. II, pp. 741-743, Vol. Ill, pp. 2270-71; Boston Transcript Genealogy Column, #1095, 5 Apr 1909, 28 Apr 1909, 1 Sep 1909; Rhode Island Lis Pendens Records, Kings/Washington County and Newport County Inferior Courts of Common Pleas; The Thomas Book, Lawrence Buckley Thomas, New York, N.Y., 1896, pp. 187-88; The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, John O. Austin, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Md., 1969, pp. 198-199; Rhode Island Land Evidences, Vol. I, 1648-1696, Abstracts, Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence, 1921, p. 239; N. Kingstown Land Evidence, pp. 61-2; S. Kingstown Land Evidence, Bk 2, pp. 155, 274, 277; S. Kingstown Land Evidence, Bk 1, p. 245.)

Chapter Two

SECOND GENERATION

002. Lt. Col. George Thomas (John) was born 20 Aug 1681 at Jamestown, Newport Co., R.I., and died 22 Jun 1740 at Wickford village, N. Kingstown, Washington Co., R.I. He married (1), 20 Jan 1703/4 at E. Greenwich, Kent Co., R.I., Alice Gorton, daughter of Benjamin and Sarah (Carder) Gorton. She was born c. 1684 at Warwick, Kent Co., R.I., and died 18 Jun 1738 at Wickford, R.I. George married (2), 9 Feb 1739 at N. Kingstown, R.I., widow Elizabeth Phillips. He was named a freeman at Jamestown on 4 May 1703, but soon after his marriage to Alice Gorton moved to Kingstown, R.I., where he bought 36 acres of land in 1706. He was deeded 180 acres of land in present-day S. Kingstown, R.I., by his father in Mar 1713/14 "for love, good will and affection." His earmark was recorded in the Kingstown Town Council Minutes of 11 Jun 1713 as follows: "George Thomas his eare mark is a fork in the Left eare ... Slitt in the Right eare ... his brand is GT on ... [burn]." In Jul 1718, he bought 180 acres of land from his brother John. Later, George inherited more of his father's former land. In addition, George bought and sold several other parcels of land in N. and S. Kingstown, R.I. His will, which was damaged by fire, names sons John, Benjamin, and Samuel, and daughters Alice Tillinghast and Elizabeth Freeborn. Mentioned in the will are three negro slaves, a boat, and some sheep. The inventory of his personal property included a mare, saddle, sword and belt, as well as tavern and inn-keeping supplies. In various deeds and other legal documents, he was referred to as a ferryman, farmer, and innkeeper. George served as an officer in the Kings County Militia from 1725 onward, and was lieutenant colonel and vice-commander of the 3rd Regiment from 1738 until a few months prior to his death. He was a justice of the peace for many years, and was a deputy from N. Kingstown to the Rhode Island General Assembly in 1733. The N. Kingstown town council meetings were often held at his house/inn in Wickford. This dwelling, built in 1733, is the oldest in Wickford. It has been historically preserved, and is known as "Old Yellow." (See will of George Thomas in Appendix A.)

Children of Lt. Col. George and Alice (Gorton) Thomas:

i. Mary, b. 20 Apr 1705; mar. Thomas Fay.

ii. Sarah, b. 2 Nov 1706; d. 17 Sep 1787; mar. 9 Jun 1723, Jonathan Nichols.

004 iii. George Jr., b. 27 Feb 1708.

005 iv. John, b. 6 Apr 1711.

v. Alice, b. 1 Jun 1713 at Jamestown, R.I.; d. 19 Jan 1777 at W. Greenwich, Kent Co., R.I.; mar. 21 Sep 1742 at N. Kingstown, R.I., Philip Pardon Tillinghast, b. 5 Nov 1707, d. 5 Mar 1787; both are buried in Tillinghast Family Cemetery (EG018) on the old Tillinghast farm at W. Greenwich.

006 vi. Benjamin, b. 27 Jul 1715.

vii. Elizabeth, b. 16 Oct 1717; mar. 30 Jan 1735, Thomas Freeborn, at Warwick, Kent Co., R.I.

007 viii. Samuel, b. 2 Dec 1720.

(Sources: Representative Men and Old Families of Rhode Island, J.H. Beers & Co., Chicago, 1908, Vol. II, pp. 741-743, Vol. Ill, pp. 2270-71; Boston Transcript Genealogy Column, #1095, 5 Apr 1909, 28 Apr 1909, 1 Sep 1909; A History of the Episcopal Church in Narragansett, Rhode Island, second edition, Wilkins Updike, author, Rev. Daniel Goodwin, editor, The Merrymount Press, Boston, Mass., pp. 425-6; The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, John O. Austin, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Md., 1969, pp. 198-199; The Thomas Book, Lawrence Buckley Thomas, New York, N.Y., 1896, pp. 187-88; Will of George Thomas, North Kingstown, R.I., Probate Records, Book 7, pp. 155-59; Will of John Thomas, N. Kingstown, R.I., Probate Records, Book 6, 1719-1730, pp. 302-4; South Kingstown and North Kingstown Land Evidence Records; North Kingstown Town Council Minutes; Rhode Island Lis Pendens Records, Kings/Washington County and Newport County Inferior Courts of Common Pleas; Civil and Military List of Rhode Island, 1647-1800, Joseph Jenckes Smith, compiler, Preston and Rounds Co., Providence, 1900; Records of Rhode Island, Vol. 3, p. 243, 1678-1706; Will of George Thomas, North Kingstown Wills, Vol. 7, pp. 155-59; Narragansett Historical Register, Vol. 1,1885, p. 292; East Greenwich Town Records, Vol. 2, p.117; Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, James Arnold, Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, Providence, R.I., 1894, Vol. 1, Kent County, pp. 51, 79, 117, 161; Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, James Arnold, Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, Providence, R.I., 1894, Vol. 4, Newport County, pp. 14 and 28; Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, James Arnold, Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, Providence, R.I., 1894, Vol. 5, Washington County, pp. 33, 46-7, and 1046; Rhode Island D.A.R. Records, 1932, part 1, p. 122; The Life and Times of Samuel Gorton, Adelos Gorton, Philadelphia, 1907, p. 172.)

003. John Thomas, Jr. (John) was born, say 1683, at Jamestown, Newport Co., R.I., and died there in Dec 1741. At various times, he lived at Jamestown, S. Kingstown, and N. Kingstown, R.I., and in legal documents was referred to as boatman, ferryman, husbandman, laborer, and yeoman. He married, c. 1702, Abigail (perhaps Martin). In Mar 1713/14, John Jr. was deeded 180 acres of land in Kingstown (now South Kingstown), R.I., by his father "for love, good will and affection." He sold that land to his brother George in Jul 1718. When his father died, John Jr. was bequeathed all of his father's wearing apparel and the sum of five pounds of money was left for him in the hands of his brother George. John Jr. died intestate, and an inventory was made by Capt. Benjamin Sheffield and John Martin on 31 Dec 1741, presented to the Jamestown Town Council on 2 Jan 1742, and recorded 6 Jan 1742. His personal estate amounted to only about 41 pounds and included:

"... his Wearing apparrel; two old Beds and Beding; Puter; Bras; one Pair of Stitards and Candlestick; all the lorn wair; Books; a spare of cards; 2 Tables, 1 Linen Whools, 1 Woolin Whool & 2 old Chests; 7 Chairs and Some old Barles and 2 Wooden Barle & 2 trais; an old Case and Bottles; knifes and forks; 1 ginger bread mould; an old Pare of hand Iorns; 3 sows and 5 Suking Pigs; 1 Morter and Pistel; Earthen Waire; 1 Muge."

His wife Abigail was named administrix at Jamestown on 11 Jan 1742, with John Martin and Joshua Bills named as bondsmen.

Children of John and Abigail Thomas:

i. Abraham, b. c. 1703; d. 1724; mar., 22 Apr 1723, Rose Allen, and had a son, James.

008 ii. Peleg, b. c. 1707.

iii. ?John, b. c. 1709; mar. Mary (_); living in South Kingstown, R.I., in 1754/55; bought land in Exeter, R.I., in Mar 1756 (sold in Aug 1758), and also Aug 1758 (sold in Mar 1760).

(Sources: Jamestown, R.I., Town Council Minutes; The Thomas Book, Lawrence Buckley Thomas, New York, NY, 1896, pp. 187-88; Boston Transcript Genealogy Column, #1095, 5 Apr 1909, 1 Sep 1909; The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, John O. Austin, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Md., 1969, pp. 198-199; Will of John Thomas, North Kingstown, R.I., Probate Records, Book 6, 1719-1730, pp. 302-4; Representative Men and Old Families of Rhode Island, J.H. Beers & Co., Chicago, 1908, Vol. n, pp. 741-743, Vol. Ill, pp. 2270-71; Rhode Island Supreme Court Records; Rhode Island Lis Pendens Records, Kings/Washington County and Newport County Inferior Courts of Common Pleas; North Kingstown Land Evidence, Bk 3, p. 89; South Kingstown Land Evidence, Bk 1, p. 33.)

Chapter Three

THIRD GENERATION

004. George Thomas, Jr. (George, John) was born 27 Feb 1708 at Jamestown, Newport Co., R.I., and died in 1735 at N. Kingstown, Washington Co., R.I. He married, 7 Feb 1733 at E. Greenwich, Kent Co., R.I., Elizabeth Mawney, daughter of Capt. Peter Mawney of E. Greenwich, R.I. She was born 22 Nov 1714, and died after 1755. Administration of the estate of George Jr. was granted to his wife, Elizabeth, on 15 Oct 1735. She married (2), as his second wife, Joseph Olney in 1742/43.

Child of George Jr. and Elizabeth (Mawney) Thomas:

i. George, b. 12 Nov 1734; d. 21 Apr 1738; buried in Tillinghast Family Cemetery (EG018) on the old Tillinghast farm in W. Greenwich, Kent Co., R.I.

(Sources: North Kingstown, R.I., Town Council Minutes; A Mawney Line of Descent by Stanley W. Arnold, Rhode Island Genealogical Register, Vol. II, P. 203, 1988; Vital Record of Rhode Island, 16361850, Births, Marriages and Deaths, by James N. Arnold, Vol. 1, Kent County, Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, Providence, R.I., 1894, pp. 79 and 161; Rhode Island DA.R. Records, 1932, part 1, p. 125; The Life and Times of Samuel Gorton, by Adelos Gorton, Philadelphia, 1907, p. 190.)

005. John Thomas (George, John) was born 6 Apr 1711 in Rhode Island, and died intestate at N. Kingstown, Washington Co., R.I., in Sep 1741. He married, 12 Nov 1732, Abigail Brown, born 1717, daughter of Charles and Eleanor (Sheffield) Brown. John was named a freeman at N. Kingstown on 4 Mar 1734/35. He was deeded 120 acres of land near the Swamptown section of N. Kingstown from his father on 21 Dec 1735 "for love, goodwill and [affection]," and in 1740 he acknowledged a legacy of 50 sheep from his father. Administration of John's estate was granted to his wife Abigail on 12 Apr 1742 in N. Kingstown. The widowed Abigail married (2), 21 Sep 1742, as his fourth wife, John Tillinghast of E. Greenwich, Kent Co., R.I. Following an inventory by John Wightman and George Thomas, John Thomas' N. Kingstown property was valued at 234 pounds. The inventory, later damaged by fire, was recorded in N. Kingstown Probate Records on 12 Sep 1741, and included:

"... 100 books; riding boots, saddle & bridle; gun & sword and ammunition; 3 feather beds & furniture; a table, 2 chests and lumber in the great room; pewter and earthenware; ironware in the kitchen; pair of stitards; basin, brass kettle and pan; sundry old things in the bed room; table linen; case of drawers; about 20 weight of wool; about 10 pounds of worsted; about 20 bushels of Indian corn & rye; lumber in the great chamber; goat skins; flax and old lumber in the little chamber; glass bottles and cups and old casks in cellar; negro boy; - spoons; cart & wheels; remainder of farming utensils; [yoke] of oxen; 8 sheep & 8 lambs; swine; lime & larths; 6 loads of English hay; 3 loads of bog hay; a bond (L100); 3 notes (L11); additional 30 bushels of Indian corn."

John Thomas left three minor children: Alice, George, and Mary. Their grandfather, Charles Brown, was named their guardian in Jan 1743; later, in Jan 1753, George chose his uncle, Alexander Brown to be his guardian at N. Kingstown, R.I. Children of John and Abigail (Brown) Thomas:

i. Alice, b. c. 1734; mar., 13 Dec 1753 at W. Greenwich, Kent Co., R.I., Robert Hazard.

ii. Mary, b. 2 Dec 1736 at Jamestown, R.I.; d. 1769.

009 iii. George, b. c. 1739.

(Sources: North Kingstown Town Council Records; Brown Family Genealogy, R. I. Genealogical Register, Vol. 4, Jul 1981, p. 68; Will of George Thomas, North Kingstown, R.I., Probate Records, Book 7, pp. 15559; Boston Transcript Genealogy Column, #1095, 5 Apr 1909; North Kingstown Land Evidence, Bk 8A, p. 71; Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, by James Arnold, Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, Providence, R.I., 1894, Vol. 5, Washington County, p. 47.)

006. Lt. Benjamin Thomas (George, John) was born 27 Jul 1715 at N. Kingstown, Washington Co., R.I., and apparently died 1745-47. He married, 1 Sep 1737 at S. Kingstown, Washington Co., R.I., Mercy Smith, daughter of John and Mercy (Westcott) Smith. She was born 5 Aug 1717. In 1740, Benjamin inherited land at N. Kingstown and a boat from his father. He was appointed a lieutenant in the N. Kingstown militia in 1742. Benjamin lived at S. Kingstown, Jamestown, and N. Kingstown, R.I., and was referred to as a mariner and ferryman in legal documents.

Children of Benjamin and Mercy (Smith) Thomas:

i. George, b. 19 Mar 1739.

ii. Anstris, b. 5 Apr 1741; mar., 22 May 1760, Benjamin Nichols, son of Thomas Nichols of N. Kingstown, R.I.

iii. Abigail, b. 17 May 1743.

iv. Benjamin, Jr., b. 13 Sep 1745; d. after 13 Nov 1782; mar. Anstris Boone, daughter of James Boone of Exeter, Washington Co., R.I. Benjamin Jr. was a mariner.

(Sources: Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, by James Arnold, Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, Providence, R.I., 1894, Vol. 5, Washington County, pp. 33 and 106 and Vol. 1, Kent County, p. 79; Will of George Thomas, North Kingstown, R.I., Probate Records, Book 7, pp. 155-59; Rhode Island Vital Records, New Series, Vol. 5, Washington County, Rhode Island Marriages from Probate Records, Alden G. Beaman, Ph.D., compiler and publisher, Princeton, Mass., 1978, p. 89; Civil and Military List of Rhode Island, 1647-1800, Joseph Jenckes Smith, compiler, Preston and Rounds Co., Providence, 1900; Boston Transcript Genealogy Column, #1095, 5 Apr 1909, 28 Apr 1909; Rhode Island Freemen, 17471755, compiled by Bruce C. MacGunnigle, reprinted for Clearfield Company, Inc. by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Md., 1999, p. 44.)

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Contents

Dedication....................i
Preface....................ii
Acknowledgments....................vi
Some Descendants of John Thomas of Rhode Island Progenitor....................1
Second Generation....................3
Third Generation....................5
Fourth Generation....................9
Fifth Generation....................22
Sixth Generation....................52
Seventh Generation....................125
Eighth Generation....................233
Ninth Generation and Beyond....................299
Appendix A Westward Migration Maps....................328
Appendix B Wills and Other Probate Records....................337
Appendix C The Drowning of Arnold Thomas and Audrey (Burlingame) Thomas....................383
Appendix D Poetry of Dr. Rowell Thomas....................387
Name Index....................393
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