Person:Lydia Thompson (13)

m. 28 Dec 1693
  1. Abigail Thompson1696/97 - 1786
  2. Lydia Thompson1703 - Abt 1789
  • HJohn Packard1695 - 1738
  • WLydia Thompson1703 - Abt 1789
m. 2 Feb 1725/26
  1. Lydia Packard1726 -
  2. Abel Packard1729 -
  3. Abiah Packard1731 -
  4. Abigail Packard1733 -
  5. Deacon John Packard1735 - 1807
  6. Barnabas Packard1737/38 - 1824
Facts and Events
Name[4] Lydia Thompson
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 22 Apr 1703 Middleborough, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 2 Feb 1725/26 Middleborough, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto John Packard
Death[3][4] Abt. 1789 Cummington, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States
Burial[5] Dawes Cemetery, Cummington, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States
  1. "Middleborough, Mass., Births, Marriages and Deaths", in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, 2:42.

    Lydia Thomson the Daughter of Jacob Thomson was born April 22-1703.

  2. Thomson, Ignatius. A genealogy of John Thomson: who landed at Plymouth, in the month of May, 1622. (Taunton: Printed by E. Anthony, 1841), 33.

    Children of Jacob Thomson and Abigail Wadsworth: Lydia Thomson was born April 22, 1703. She married John Packard.

  3. Wadsworth, Mary Jane Fry. The Wadsworth family in America. (Wilmington, Ohio: M.J. Wadsworth, c1978), 179.

    Lydia Thompson, b. 22 Apr 1703, d. 1789, m 3 Feb 1725/6 John Packard.

  4. 4.0 4.1 Packard, Theophilus. The genealogies of Samuel Packard of Bridgewater, Mass., and of Abel Packard, of Cummington, Mass. (New York: G.W. Wheat & Co., printers, 1871), 10.

    John, born in Bridgewater, Oct. 8, 1695, removed to North Bridgewater subsequent to 1700, and married Lydia Thomson, of Halifax, in 1726. He died June 3, 1738, aged about 43, in North Bridgewater; and he lived on the place now occupied by Micah Faxon. He built the first grist mill in the town. After his death his widow and his oldest son, Abel, removed to Cummington, in 1774. His widow, who was born April 22, 1703, died in Cummington, March 10, 1789, aged about 86. They had three sons and two daughters, viz.: Lydia, Abel, Abigail, John Jr., and Barnabas, all of whom had families.

  5. Lydia Tomson Packard, in Find A Grave.

    There are inconsistencies in Lydia's date of death.