Person:Nathan Hastings (1)

Watchers
m. 14 Apr 1726
  1. Mary Hastings1726/27 - 1728
  2. Daniel Hastings1728 -
  3. Benjamin Hastings1731 -
  4. Hannah Hastings1733 - 1761
  5. Simon Hastings1735 -
  6. Jonas Hastings1736/37 -
  7. Mary Hastings1738/39 - 1739
  8. William Hastings1741/42 -
  9. Nathan Hastings1743 - 1838
  10. Abigail Hastings1746 - Bef 1756
  11. Smith Hastings1747/48 - Bef 1756
  12. Samuel Hastings1749/50 -
  • HNathan Hastings1743 - 1838
  • WLois Rice1748 - 1800
m. 13 Nov 1767
  1. Mary Hastings1768 - 1838
  2. Benjamin Hastings1770 - 1818
  3. Jonas Hastings1772 -
  4. Lois Hastings1774 - 1835
  5. Nathan Hastings1777 - 1852
m. Aft 2 May 1801
Facts and Events
Name Nathan Hastings
Gender Male
Christening[1][2] 21 Aug 1743 Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 13 Nov 1767 Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, United Statesto Lois Rice
Marriage Aft 2 May 1801 Warwick, Franklin, Massachusetts, United StatesIntentions
to Elizabeth Clark
Death[3][4][5] 25 Mar 1838 probably Windham, Windham, Vermont, United States
Burial[3] Warwick, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Historical Society of Watertown (Massachusetts). Watertown Records. (Watertown, Mass.: Press of Fred Barker, 1894-1939)
    Vol. 4, p. 148.

    1743.
    Aug'st ...
    21. Nathan, Son of Benj'a Hastings, [baptized] by Rev. W. Williams.

  2. Warwick (Massachusetts). Town Clerk. Vital records, 1739-1900
    Vol. 1, p. 13.

    Nathan Hasting Son to Benjamin Hastings and Mary Hastings was Born August the 2[5?] - 1743.
    [Note: Since this was recorded after the fact when he was an adult, the discrepancy with the baptism is assumed to be the result of a faulty memory, and this is discounted.]

  3. 3.0 3.1 Find A Grave: Warwick Cemetery, Warwick, MA, in Find A Grave
    Nathan Hastings.

    Mr. Nathan Hastings
    died 25 Mar. 1838, AE.
    95.

  4. Massachusetts. Probate Court (Franklin County). Probate dockets, records, and indexes, 1810-1971. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1972, 1991)
    Case 2248 Nathan Hastings.

    Will of "Nathan Hastings of Windham in the State of Vermont", dated 19 Sep 1829, filed 10 Apr 1838, proved 19 Jun 1838, names the widow Mary Simons; son Jonas Hastings; Lois Fisher wife of Abijah Fisher and children; son Nathan Hastings Jr. Son Nathan Hastings jr to be executor.

  5. He is buried in Warwick, but there doesn't appear to be a death record in the Warwick records (should be 2, p. 130). Nor is one found elsewhere. The will was probated in Franklin County, but Nathan described himself as of Windham, VT, in his will dated 1829, and his son was of Windham when he posted bond as executor in 1838. The probate index listed the testator as Nathan Hastings of Northfield.