d.20 Jul 1689 Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
m. 23 Sep 1614
m. ABT 1638
Facts and Events
He was a weaver by trade and a member of the Massachusetts Bay Colony that came from England to Massachusetts in 1630. He first went to Watertown and then he located at Sudbury, MA.
Nathaniel married about 1638 Sufferance Haynes, daughter of Walter Haynes, who was born in England and she died 22 July 1682 at Watertown, MA.
In 1638/9 Nathaniel was an original grantee of the Sudbury Plantation in Sudbury, MA. He owned a house and lot on East Street between John KNIGHT and John STONE, who was also married to a Nathaniel's sister Ann. He first drew five acres, second he drew ten acres and third he drew seven acres. In 1640 he drew sixteen and one half acres.
Elder Edward HOWE (Nathaniel's uncle) died in 1644, and Nathaniel returned to Watertown where he inherited most of Edward HOWE'S property. He also inherited property from Deacon STONE'S estate. He was appointed selectman at Watertown in 1653,55,64,66,69,70 and 72. Nathaniel was also town officer at Watertown.
Nathaniel TREADWAY died 20 July 1689 in Watertown, MA. His will dated 25 June 1687 mentions sons, Jonathan, James and Josiah; Mary HAWKINS' children, Jonathan FISHER and Mary H; Children of daughter HAYWARD by her husbands HAPGOOD and HAYWARD; sons in-law Josiah JONES and Joseph GODDARD; Kinsman John JACOBS.
For a detailed discussion on the identity of Nathaniel's wife see Family:Nathaniel Treadway and Sufferance Haynes (1).