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Thomas Waterman -
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Monument - Founder's Cemetery, Post Gager Burial Ground, Norwich, New London, Connecticut -- The thirty-five original proprietors of Norwich, Connecticut were:

Thomas Adgate
Richard Edgerton
Maj. John Mason
Robert Allyn
John Elderkin
Dr. John Olmstead
Stephen Backus
Rev. James Fitch
John Pease
Lieut.William Backus
John Gager
John Post
John Baldwin
Stephen Gifford
Josiah Reed
Thomas Bingham
Francis Griswold
John Reynolds
John Birchard
Thomas Howard
Jonathan Royce
Morgan Bowers
Christopher Huntington
Nehemiah Smith
Thomas Bliss
Simon Huntington
John Tracy
John Bradford
Samuel Hyde
Lieut. Thomas Tracy
Hugh Calkins
William Hyde
Ens. Thomas Waterman
John Calkins
Lieut. Thomas Leffingwell
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Thomas Waterman - Monument - Founder's Cemetery, Post Gager Burial Ground, Norwich, New London, Connecticut
Thomas Waterman

Monument - Founder's Cemetery, Post Gager Burial Ground, Norwich, New London, Connecticut
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Thomas Waterman - Sign in memory of the founders of Norwich - Founder's Cemetery, Post Gager Burial Ground, Norwich, N
Thomas Waterman

Sign in memory of the founders of Norwich - Founder's Cemetery, Post Gager Burial Ground, Norwich, New London, Connecticut
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Marshfield, Massachusetts, USA  - The Original Daniel Webster House, 1869, Marshfield, Mass.
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flag  Thomas  Waterman

  (b. 30 November 1644Marshfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony   d. 19 June 1708Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut )  

Thomas Waterman was born 30 November 1644 in Marshfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony . Thomas Waterman was the child of Robert Waterman and Elizabeth Bourne (Bourn) and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Thomas Waterman and Unknown (maternal)  Thomas Bourne and Elizabeth Bassendon?

He married  Miriam Tracy November 1668 in Norwich, Connecticut Colony .  The couple had (at least) 8 children. Miriam Tracy  was born 1648 in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, USA .  She died 9 July 1732 in Norwich, Connecticut, USA .  She was the daughter of Thomas Tracy and Mary Unknown (Conway) (Lock).

Thomas Waterman died 19 June 1708 in Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut.


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Thomas Waterman married flag Miriam Tracy-- Date: November 1668 Place: Norwich, Connecticut Colony
Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700. (Online database. NewEnglandAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2008.) Originally published as: New England Marriages Prior to 1700. CD-ROM. Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001. 


Miriam Tracy was the daughter of Thomas Tracy and Mary Unknown (Conway) (Lock)


"Thomas (1644-1708) & Miriam TRACY (1648-); Nov 1668; Norwich, CT {McCormick-Hamilton 739; Granberry 335, 342; Backus Anc. 176; Reg. 23:204, 472; Hyde-Dana 40; LBDF&P 4:131; Waterman (1939) 21, 695; Snow-Estes 2:147; Thomas: Marshfield 40; Salem 1:426; Beckwith Gen. 13; Windsor CT 2:262; Cary Anc. 42; Wethersfield 2:709; Upton 161; Williams (,16) 163; Tracy (1900) 24; Waterman (1939) 2; Avery Anc. (1925) 80}"

1668 WATERMAN The maryage of Thomas Waterman with miriam Tracey was in Novemb Anno Doni 1668 Marriage

Vital Records of Norwich Connecticut, 1659-1848. (Online database. NewEnglandAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2007.) Originally published as: Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848. Hartford, Society of colonial wars in the state of Connecticut, 1913.

Updated: 12/10/2014 9:22:02 AM


Children:
flag Thomas Waterman (b.September 1670, Norwich, Connecticut Colony  d. 31 December 1755, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut)

flag John Waterman (b.March 1672, Norwich, Connecticut Colony  d. 1744, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut)

flag Elizabeth Waterman (b.August 1675, Norwich, Connecticut Colony  d. 25 June 1751, Windham, Crown Colony of Connecticut )

flag Miriam Waterman (b.April 1678, Norwich, Connecticut Colony  d. 22 September 1760, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut)

flag Martha Waterman (b.6 December 1680, Norwich, Connecticut Colony  d. 18 March 1753, Lyme, Crown Colony of Connecticut)

flag Lydia Waterman (b.7 August 1683, Norwich, Connecticut Colony  d. 22 December 1738, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut)

flag Joseph Waterman (b.15 January 1686, Norwich, Connecticut Colony  d. 28 October 1778, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut)

flag Anna Waterman (b.April 1689, Norwich, Connecticut, Dominion of New England  d. 21 December 1751, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut)




Bio
Thomas, third son of Robert and Elizabeth Waterman was born in 1644. He was married to Miriam Tracy, of Norwich, in November, 1668. (Page 43.) They had eight children. Thomas was one of the original purchasers of Norwich, to which place he removed in or about 1660. His granddaughter Hannah (through ...Read MORE...


Bio
Waterman.

Thomas Waterman was nephew to the wife of John Bradford. Robert Waterman and Elizabeth Bourn of Marshfleld were married Dec. 9, 1638. Thomas, their second son, was born in 1644, and probably came to Norwich with his uncle Bradford. In November, 1668, he was joined in wedlock with...Read MORE...


1668 Marriage / Partner
Thomas Waterman and Miriam Tracy November 1668, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1670 Birth of Child
Thomas Waterman was born September 1670, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1672 Birth of Child
John Waterman was born March 1672, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1675 Birth of Child
Elizabeth Waterman was born August 1675, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1678 Birth of Child
Miriam Waterman was born April 1678, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1680 Birth of Child
Martha Waterman was born 6 December 1680, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1683 Birth of Child
Lydia Waterman was born 7 August 1683, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1686 Birth of Child
Joseph Waterman was born 15 January 1686, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1689 Birth of Child
Anna Waterman was born April 1689, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

Death
19 June 1708
Norwich, Connecticut, USA


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Buried at:
Mason Cemetery (Founder's Cemetery) (Post Gager Burial Ground)
Lee Avenue

Norwich, Connecticut, USA



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