Person:Nicholas Nickerson (1)

Nicholas Nickerson
m. 24 Jun 1627
  1. Nicholas Nickerson1628 - 1681
  2. Elizabeth Nickerson1629/30 - Bef 1706
  3. Robert Nickerson1631 - Bef 1710
  4. Thomas Nickerson1633/4 - 1633/4
  5. Anne Nickerson1635 - bet 1680
  6. Samuel NickersonAbt 1638 - Bef 1719
  7. John NickersonAbt 1640 - bef 1713/4
  8. Sarah NickersonAbt 1644 - Aft 1715
  9. William Nickersonbef 1646 - Bef 1719
  10. Joseph NickersonBef 1647 - bet 1726-1731
m. ABT 1655
  1. Hester Nickerson1656 - 1702/03
  2. William Nickerson1658/9 - Bef 1720/1
  3. Elizabeth Nickerson1662 - Aft 1706
  • HNicholas Nickerson1628 - 1681
  • WMary Darby1642 - 1705/6
m. Abt. 1663
  1. John Nickerson1664 - 1745
  2. Unknown NickersonBef 1667 - 1667
  3. Mary Nickerson1668 - 1746
  4. Sarah Nickerson1674 - 1723
  5. Patience Nickerson1682 - Aft 1706
Facts and Events
Name Nicholas Nickerson
Gender Male
Christening[1] 10 Aug 1628 Norwich, Norfolk, EnglandSt Peter's ParmentergateN1 Church & parish
Marriage ABT 1655 to Esther Bassett
Marriage Abt. 1663 to Mary Darby
Death[1] 26 Mar 1681 Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Ancestral File Number 1TGW-ZW
Burial? Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States

Joined in a petition with his father to settle Monomoy (Chatham), but ended up not moving there. His father deeded generous parcels of land to all the rest of his children except Nicholas.

A child of Nicholas having died, a jury of inquest Oct. 14, 1667, found that it was "strangled by a pumpkin seed".

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Derick, Pauline Wixon; Elbert O Derick; and Roberta Gilbert Bratti. The Nickerson Family: The Descendants of William Nickerson, 1604-1689, First Settler of Chatham, Massachusetts. (Yarmouth, Massachusetts: Nickerson Family Association, 1973, 1975, c1997), 16.

    Nicholas, bapt. 10 Aug 1628 at St. Peter's Permontergate, Norwich, England; d. Yarmouth, MA 26 march 1681-2, s/o William and Anne (Busby) Nickerson.

  2.   List of ancient & present day churches in Norwich including St. Peter's Parmentergate:
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    * Memorials of Old Norfolk, page 52 [2]