Person:Thomas Nock (7)

Thomas Nock
b.bef 1629
m. bef 1654
  1. Rebecca Nockbef 1657 -
  2. Thomas Nock
  3. Sylvanus Knoxabt 1657 - 1716
  4. Henry Nock - abt 1714
  5. Elizabeth Knox1663 - 1669
Facts and Events
Name[1] Thomas Nock
Alt Name[2] Nocke
Alt Name[2] Knock
Alt Name[2] Nox
Alt Name[2] Noax
Alt Name[2] Knox
Gender Male
Birth[1] bef 1629 Based on estimated date of marriage.
Other[2] 1652 Grant of Land
Marriage bef 1654 to Rebecca Tibbetts
Other[2] 1662-5 Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United StatesTaxation
Death[1][2] 29 Oct 1666 Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 4 Thomas Nock, in Noyes, Sybil; Charles Thornton Libby; and Walter Goodwin Davis. Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire. (Portland, Maine: Southworth Press, 1928-1939), 511-12.

    4 Thomas Nock, Dover by 1652, rated 1657, town gr. 1657, 1659. See Langley(6). … He m. Rebecca Tibbetts who m. 2d 28 Sept. 1669 Philip Benmore. He d. 29 Oct. 1666. Ch: Thomas, b. 26 Mar. 1654-5; will, 15 Feb., inv. 26 Feb. 1676-7, prob. 31 Oct. 1677, ment. his mo. Rebecca Binmore, sis. Rebecca, bros. Sylvanus and Henry and uncle Jeremy Tibbetts. Sylvanus. Rebecca, m. 1st William Willey, m. 2d Samuel Tibbetts. Elizabeth, b. 21 Nov. 1663, d. 12 May 1669. Henry, b. 8 Feb. 1666-7, Berwick, weaver, m. 10 Jan. 1691-2 Sarah Adams(3) who m. 2d Eleazer Wyer. See Kent(3). Gr.j. 1695. … He d. s.p., his will, 23 May 1713-2 Mar. 1713-4, giving all his land to his wid. and other prop. to br. Sylvanus, nephews Sylvanus, Thomas, Zachariah.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 Lapham, William B. (William Berry). Thomas (Nock) Knox of Dover, N. H., in 1652, and some of his descendants. (Augusta: Press of the Maine Farmer, 1890), 4.

    [Thomas Nock]'s prosperity varied the orthography of the paternal name in a variety of ways, and among old documents and records it is found variously written "Nock," "Nocke," "Knock," "Nox," "Noax," and "Knox." It is now invariably written Knox, and this may have been the correct spelling.

    He was taxed in Dover in 1662-5, but he had doubtless then been there some years and had married.

    Thomas Knox had a grant of land in 1652.

    He died as the result of an accident, October 29, 1666, leaving a widow and five children, the youngest being only about eight months old.