Person:Thomas Tomson (1)

m. 26 Dec 1645
  1. Adam Tomsonabt 1646 - abt 1648
  2. John Thompson1647 - 1648
  3. John Tomson1649 - 1725
  4. Mary Thompson1650 - 1723
  5. Esther Tomson1652 - bef 1706
  6. Elizabeth Tomson1654 - bet 1717
  7. Sarah Tomson1657 - aft 1696
  8. Lydia Tomson1659 - 1741/2
  9. Jacob Tomson1662 - 1726
  10. Thomas Tomson1664 - 1742
  11. Peter TomsonAbt 1667 - Bef 1731
  12. Mercy Tomsonbet 1671 - 1756
  • HThomas Tomson1664 - 1742
  • WMary Morton1689 - 1781
m. 13 Dec 1715
  1. Reuben Tomson1716 -
  2. Mary Tomson1718 -
  3. Thomas Tomson1720 -
  4. Amasa Tomson1722 -
  5. Andrew Tomson1724/25 -
  6. Ebenezer Tomson1725/26 -
  7. Zebediah Tomson1728 -
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Tomson
Gender Male
Birth[1] 19 Oct 1664 Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 13 Dec 1715 Middleborough, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto Mary Morton
Death[2] 26 Oct 1742 Halifax, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Burial[3] Tomson Cemetery, Halifax, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. "Barnstable, Mass., Vital Records", in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant, 14:86.

    his ["John Tompsons"] Son Thomas born ye 19 octo'r 1664

  2. "Estate of Thomas Tomson of Halifax and the Will of His Widow Mary", in Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant, 25:176.

    Citing Halifax VR: "Mr Thomas Tomson Seniro Dyed october the 26th 1742" [also printed MD 3:30]. Citing gravestone in Thompson Street Cemetery Halifax: "Here lyes interr'd ye Body of Mr Thomas Tomson who died Octo'br ye 26th 1742 aged 78 years ..." But according to probate records of Plymouth County, an administrator to his estate was aapointed "twenty ninth day of September" in 1742. bond dated 23 Jan 1742/43, inventory taken 13 Jul 1743.

    18 Dec 1743 settlement of his estate mentions "the Six Children": "Ruben Tomson the Eldest son", other sons Ebenezer, Zebediah, Thomas, and Amasa, and "Mary Waterman the wife of Samuel Waterman Daughter of the s'd Deceased".

  3. Thomas Tomson, in Find A Grave.