Person:Nathaniel Ladd (2)

m. 1639
  1. Elizabeth Ladd1640 - 1700
  2. Daniel Ladd1642 - 1728
  3. Lydia Ladd1645 - 1696
  4. Mary Ladd1645/46 -
  5. Samuel Ladd1649 - 1698
  6. Nathaniel Ladd1651 - 1691
  7. Ezekiel Ladd1654 - Aft 1718
  8. Sarah Ladd1657 -
  1. Mary Ladd1682 - Aft 1743
  2. Daniel Ladd1686 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Nathaniel Ladd
Gender Male
Birth[1] 10 Mar 1651 Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage to Elizabeth Gilman
Death[1] 11 Aug 1691 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Cause of Death[1] Died of his wounds incurred during a battle with Indians

From Warren Ladd: "He was implicated in Gove's rebellion against Gov. Canfield, was arrested, and on Dec. 6th, 1683, 'was examined before Barefoot, a judge of the special court for the trial of Gove and his associates, for treason, and entered into recognizance, with William and Chales Hilton as his sureties, in L100 for his good behavior and for his appearance at court when called for to answer to the charge of treason.'" In 1690 he was on an expedition to protect settlements from Indians and "On the 22nd of September the party landed at Maquoit, near Cape Elizabeth, and soon fell into an ambush, and in the fight which ensued were compelled to retreat to their vessels. These being aground, the Indians made a bold effort to take them, but after a hard fight they were repulsed, with a loss to the English of eight killed and twenty-four wounded. Of the last was Nathaniel Ladd, who died of his wounds at Exeter, N.H., August 11th, 1691."

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Record 7, in Ladd, Warren. The Ladd family: a genealogical and biographical memoir of the descendants of Daniel Ladd of Haverhill, Mass.; Joseph Ladd of Portsmouth, R.I.; John Ladd of Burlington, N.J.; John Ladd of Charles City Co., Va. (1890)
    Pages 13-14, 1890.