Friday, February 10, 2023

New England Colonists 1600-1700 Lacock-Lazell



Lawrence was a ship carpenter at Boston in 1644.


Lawrence resided in Andover, Mass. pre-1683.

Morgan was at Saco, Maine in 1660.


Daniel was the son of Nathaniel and came from England in 1634. He was at Salisbury, Mass. by 1639 and then Haverhill, Mass. where he died.


Rowland was living in Plymouth, Mass. in 1636 and at Charlestown, Mass. by 1649.

Laighton, Leighton

John resided at Ipswich, Mass. in 1648 but may have been the same John Laighton who is seen as living in Newport, R.I. 10 years previously.

Thomas is at Lynn, Mass. in 1639.

Thomas was an inhabitant of Saco, Maine in 1645.

Thomas was born in England in 1604 before moving to Dover, N.H. in 1633.

Capt. William was born at England around 1625 and settled at "Kelleny", Maine pre-1650. There is no such place as Kelleny, Maine nor has their ever been so the exact town is not known. He was killed by Indians near Swanzey on June 24, 1675.


Henry was a currier at Salem in 1649 before moving to Dorchester, Mass. after.

John was a tailor and freeman at Boston in 1644.

Thomas was at Dorchester in 1641.

Thomas was a merchant and brother of the preceding and resied at New Haven, Conn. pre-1650.


William was a representative from the Isle of Shoals in 1692.


William inhabited Groton, Mass. in 1670. His grandsons, John and William, came to New England with him.


Edward was a resident of Watertown, Mass. in 1633.

John was at New London, Conn. in 1664.

Samuel is seen at Springfield, Mass. in 1690.

Thomas was a merchant in Roxbury, Mass. in 1630.


Ezra was a fisherman at Salem pre-1689.

Francis was at Rowley, Mass. in 1640.

Jesse is seen as married at Milford, Mass. in 1680.

John is also seen as married at Saybrook, Conn. in 1668.

Michael resided at Lynn in 1647.

Robert came from Dartmouth, Devonshire, England to Boston, pre-1665 when he is one of the founders of the Baptist Church.


George was a merchant at New Haven in 1641, a passenger on the "Phantom Ship" that sailed from New Haven for England, never to be heard from again despite intensive investigations.

Phantom Ship, painted by Jesse Talbot in 1850, recalls the "Great Shippe," a New Haven vessel lost at sea in 1647. William K. Sacco / New Haven Museum

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Thomas inhabited Marblehead in 1666.


Henry was born in England in 1616 before being a cooper at Boston, pre-1660, when he is seen at Hampton, N.H..


Barnabas was at Cambridge in 1635 but died by 1642.

Samuel was an early settler at Reading, Mass., where he was made a freeman in 1677.

Thomas died at New Haven, Conn. in 1664.

William came from Durham, England with Winthrop's fleet and was a freeman at Ipswich in 1637. He often added a "b" or "p" to his last name.


Henry was born in 1610 England and is at Dover, N.H. by 1634.

Joseph is at Salisbury pre-1666.


John was a fisherman at Portsmouth, N.HY. and Kittery, Maine by 1639.

Thomas was born in England in 1613 and located at Lynn, Mass. in 1635 before moving to Sandwich, Mass. in 1637.

William died at Marshfield, Mass. in 1648.

Landfear, Lamphear

George lived at Westerly, R.I. in 1669.


James was at Boston and then Charleston, Mass. by 1670.


Ambrose was a shipmaster at Portsmouth, N.H..

Daniel was at New London, Conn. in 1652 and by 1666, at Brookhaven, Long Island.

Edward was born in England in 1620 and is found at Boston by 1656.

Isaac is found to have married at Middletown, Conn. in 1669.

James, brother of Edward, was a carpenter and the son of James. He settled at Malden, Mass. and Casco Bay, Maine after seen arriving in New England in 1656.

Job was the brother of the preceding and was born at Lancashire, England in 1620. He is at Rehoboth, Mass. in 1644 and Malden, Mass. by 1656.

John was at Milford, Mass. in 1640.

John was a cordwainer at Boston in 1674.

Robert came from Derbyshire, England and settled at Killingworth and Stratford, Conn. by 1665.

Samson came from Teignmouth, Devonshire, England on request by Mason to Portsmouth, N.H. in 1631. He returned to England shortly after.

William came from Yorkshire, England in 1635 and lived at Dorchester, Mass. and Hartford, Conn..

William was a cordwainer and resident of Boston in 1650.


Jacob was at Weymouth pre-1680.


John resided at Portsmouth, N.H. in 1695.


Gregory lived at Pemaquid, Maine in 1674.


David inhabited Boston pre-1685.

George was at Wethersfield, Conn. in 1636, then to Springfield and Northampton, Mass. later.

John was a sailmaker at Boston in 1649.

John is at Farmington, Conn. in 1653.

John resided at Boston pre-1686.

Philip was a mariner and brother of John of Farmington who went to Boston in 1675.

Tobias settled at Portsmouth, N.H. in 1664.


Henry was at Boston in 1645.

Richard settled at Hingham, Mass. in 1635/6.

Langford, Lanckford

John was a freeman at Salem in 1645.

Richard was at Plymouth in 1632.

Langhorne, Longhorne

Richard lived at Rowley in 1649.

Thomas inhabited Cambridge in 1644.

Langley, Longley

Abel was at Rowley in 1651.

Daniel was a mariner at Boston in 1689.

John is seen as married at Hingham in 1666.

Richard settled at Lynn in 1635.

William, son of John of Frisby, Lincolnshire, England , was born in 1614 and is seen at Lynn in 1639 before removing to Groton, Conn. by 1659.

Langmead, Langmaid

Richard was a mariner who died at Boston in 1660.

William was living in N.H. by 1675.


Henry was sent by Mason to Portsmouth, N.HY. in 1631.

Langton, Lanckton, Lankton

George was at Springfield, Mass. in 1646.

Roger was a freeman at Ipswich in 1635.


Andrew resided at Newport, R.I. in 1656.


John married at Malden,  Mass. in 1671.

John was born in 1635 at England and is seen as married at Providence, R.I. in 1673.

Thomas resided at Scituate, Mass. in 1635.


Stephen was at Scarborough, Maine in 1640.


Cornelius was born at England in 1653 and settled at Beverly in 1681.


John married at Saybrook in 1659 and is found at Branford, Conn. in 1672.

William lived at Hingham in 1635 before moving to Cape Cod.


Henry was a  resident of Boston in 1646 but left no male issue.


Mordecai was at Beverly in 1681.

Thomas lived in Dover, N.H. in 1640 but returned to England the following year.

Larkin, Larkins

Edward was at Charlestown in 1638.

Edward was at Newport, R.I. in 1655 and moved to Westerly, R.I. in 1669.

John, brother of the first Edward, was at Charlestown pre-1643.

Larrabee, Larabee

Greenfield settled at Saybrook, Conn. pre-1648.

Isaac was living in Falmouth, Maine in 1680 and later moved to Lynn, Mass..

Stephen was born in France in 1630 before settling Malden, Mass. by 1655. He later went to North Yarmouth, Maine.

William is found married at Malden in 1655.


Cornelius was at Exeter, N.H. in 1677.


John settled at Hingham pre-1647.


Hugh was a freeman at Salem in 1639.


Cary was at Cambridge pre-1639 and later went to New London, Conn..

Robert, brother of Cary, was at Cambridge, then Marshfield, Mass. by 1643. He is found at Plymouth by 1649.

William was a servant to Governor Carver on the Mayflower and is seen at Duxbury in 1637. He is then at Marshfield in 1643 but returned to England by 1649. He died of starvation in the Bahamas within the next few years.

Lathrop, Lothrop

John was born at Elton, Yorkshire, England in 1584. He was the first minister of Scituate and is seen at Boston by 1634. A year later he is at Scituate, then Barnstable by 1639.

Mark, brother of John was baptized at Elton, England in 1597 and moved to Salem, then Duxbury by 1643. He is lastly found at Bridgewater, Mass. in 1656.

Thomas was at Salem in 1634. He died, leaving no issue, at the battle of Bloody Brook as the captain of the Flower of Essex.

Lattimore, Latimer

Christopher was a resident of Marblehead in 1648.

John was at Wethersfield, Conn. in 1646.

Robert was a mariner at Boston and New London, Conn. pre-1664.

Latting, Letten, Lettin

Richard was at Concord, Mass. before 1641, when he removed to Fairfield, Conn. then to Huntington, L.I..


Thomas was at Boston in 1660.


Andrew was living in Hingham in 1654.

John was born in England around 1635 and settled at Concord in 1656.

Richard is found at Watertown, Mass and Wethersfield, Conn. by 1638 before finally seen at Stamford, Conn. later.

William settled at Rowley by 1643.


Francis was a weaver who was born at Norwich, England and settled at Boston by 1637.


David was in N.H. in 1683.

George was married at Watertown in 1657.

Henry settled at Charlestown in 1638.

John was born at Wisset, Suffolk, England in 1609 and at Watertwon by 1637, later going to Groton by 1668.

John was at Ipswich in 1634, Hempstead, L.I. in 1644, removed to New Yourk after 1655.

John was living at Muddy River, now Brookline, Mass. pre-1657.

John was a  resident of Wrentham, Mass. in 1684.

Nicholas is at Charlestown in 1648.

Richard was at Branford, Conn. in 1646 and Passaic,N.HY. by 1668.

Robert settled at Sandwich, Mass. and Falmouth, Maine by 1680.

Thomas was married at Hingham in 1638.

Thomas was an original settler of Milford, Mass. in 1639 and died in 1648.

Thomas was an inhabitant of Stamford in 1670 and brother of John. He later moved to New York.

William was living at Duxbury in 1643.

William, brother to John and Thomas, came to N.E. at age 12 in 1635. He lived first at Ipswich and was married multiple times, with his second ex wife marrying Sir Philip Carteret, Governor of New Jersey.

                                                          Elizabeth Lawrence Carteret

Here is a link to some love letters between Elizabeth and her new husband, Sir Philip.




Christopher was a cooper at Exeter in 1639 and later went to Swan Island on the Kennebec River in Maine.

Deodate was a minster and son of the Rev. Thomas of Denton, Norfolk, England. He was at Boston in 1680, Salem in 1683, Scituate in 1686 and by 1698, he was dismissed as a minister.

James was at Dartmouth, Mass. in 1684.

John was residing at Boston in 1690.

Roger was a  mariner at Boston in 1690.


George was one of the first settlers of Portsmouth, R.I. and later at "Aquidneck" in 1638.

John died at Suffield, Conn. in 1690.

Lay, Ley

Edward was at Hartford, Conn. in 1640 and Saybrook, Conn. by 1648.

John Brother of Edward, was at Saybrook in 1648 and Lyme, Conn. in 1667.

Robert was first at Lynn in 1638 and Saybrook, Conn. in 1647.

William was living in Boston pre-1690.


Henry was at Barnstable in 1637.

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