Norman/Maxwell Family

Robert LockwoodAge: 59 years15991658

Name
Robert Lockwood
Given names
Robert
Surname
Lockwood
Birth January 14, 1599
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Christening January 18, 1599 (Age 4 days)
Birth of a son
#1
Jonathon Lockwood
September 10, 1634 (Age 35 years)
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MarriageSusanna NormanView this family
before 1635 (Age 35 years)
Note: Watertown is located in what eventually became Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States.
Birth of a daughter
#2
Deborah Lockwood
October 12, 1636 (Age 37 years)
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Birth of a son
#3
Joseph Lockwood
August 6, 1638 (Age 39 years)
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Birth of a son
#4
Daniel Lockwood
March 21, 1639/40 CE (March 31, 1640) (Age 41 years)
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Birth of a son
#5
Ephraim Lockwood
December 1, 1641 (Age 42 years)
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Birth of a son
#6
Gershom Lockwood
September 6, 1643 (Age 44 years)
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Birth of a daughter
#7
Abigail Lockwood
1647 (Age 47 years)
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Birth of a daughter
#8
Sarah Lockwood
February 27, 1650 (Age 51 years)
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Death of a daughterSarah Lockwood
March 1, 1649/50 CE (March 11, 1650) (Age 51 years)

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Marriage of a childWilliam WardDeborah LockwoodView this family
1658 (Age 58 years)

Note

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Note:
  • Over with Brother Edmund Jr. in Winthrop Fleet in 1630.
  • See Frederick Virkus (Says he came over in the "Mary & John")
  • Freeman in Watertown on 9 Mar 1636
  • In Fairfield by 1646
  • He may be the "Seargent" following the name "Lockwood" in WinthropsList. (Virkus says he served as Sgt. in Fairfield Rgmt.)
  • Savage Vol3 p104-105
  • Fam. of Old Fairfield Vol.1 pp80 & 380--Vol.2 p548by Jacobus
  • Ancestral Lines p256by Tingley (1935)
  • Hickock Genealogy by Nelson Hickock
  • Miner Family by Selleck (1928) p121-124
  • American Genealogist Vol.31 (1955) pp222-228"Atrocious LockwoodBlunder" by Jacobus
  • Bennett and Allies Families by Edgar J. Bullard (1931)
  • Some Descendants of Edmund Lockwood by Harriet Woodbury Hodge (1978)
  • New England P35 & CONNECTICUT P348 by Cutter p.35
  • Pioneers of Massachusetts by Charles Henry Pope p.289
  • Genealogical Register of First Families of New England by John Farmerp.181
  • Ancestral Heads of New England Families by Frank R. Holmes (1620-1700)p.151
  • Planters of the Commonwealth (1620-1640) by Charles Edward Banks p.76
  • "The Winthrop Fleet of 1630" (1930) by Charles Edward Banks p80
  • Bonds Watertown p353
  • TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH EMIGRANTS TO NEW ENGLAND by CharlesEdward Banks p.152
  • "Great Migration Begins" Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 by RobertCharles Anderson (1995) Vol.II, P.1334-1336
Death September 11, 1658 (Age 59 years)
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Note: Greenwich is located in what eventually became Fairfield County, Connecticut.
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father
mother
Marriage:
himself
Family with Susanna Norman - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: before 1635Watertown, Massachusetts Bay, British America
-4 months
son
2 years
daughter
son
son
20 months
son
Daniel Lockwood
Birth: March 21, 1639/40 CE (March 31, 1640) 41 25Watertown, Massachusetts
Death: 1691Fairfield, Connecticut
20 months
son
21 months
son
4 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
daughter
daughter
Jeffrey Ferris + Susanna Norman - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
Marriage: 1658Greenwich, River, British America

Marriage

Watertown is located in what eventually became Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States.

Marriage

http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/great_migration/N.asp#RICHARD_NORMAN

Note
  • Over with Brother Edmund Jr. in Winthrop Fleet in 1630.
  • See Frederick Virkus (Says he came over in the "Mary & John")
  • Freeman in Watertown on 9 Mar 1636
  • In Fairfield by 1646
  • He may be the "Seargent" following the name "Lockwood" in WinthropsList. (Virkus says he served as Sgt. in Fairfield Rgmt.)
  • Savage Vol3 p104-105
  • Fam. of Old Fairfield Vol.1 pp80 & 380--Vol.2 p548by Jacobus
  • Ancestral Lines p256by Tingley (1935)
  • Hickock Genealogy by Nelson Hickock
  • Miner Family by Selleck (1928) p121-124
  • American Genealogist Vol.31 (1955) pp222-228"Atrocious LockwoodBlunder" by Jacobus
  • Bennett and Allies Families by Edgar J. Bullard (1931)
  • Some Descendants of Edmund Lockwood by Harriet Woodbury Hodge (1978)
  • New England P35 & CONNECTICUT P348 by Cutter p.35
  • Pioneers of Massachusetts by Charles Henry Pope p.289
  • Genealogical Register of First Families of New England by John Farmerp.181
  • Ancestral Heads of New England Families by Frank R. Holmes (1620-1700)p.151
  • Planters of the Commonwealth (1620-1640) by Charles Edward Banks p.76
  • "The Winthrop Fleet of 1630" (1930) by Charles Edward Banks p80
  • Bonds Watertown p353
  • TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH EMIGRANTS TO NEW ENGLAND by CharlesEdward Banks p.152
  • "Great Migration Begins" Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 by RobertCharles Anderson (1995) Vol.II, P.1334-1336
Death

Greenwich is located in what eventually became Fairfield County, Connecticut.