Thomas TALMADGE

Male 1688 - 1764  (75 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Thomas TALMADGE was born 07 Dec 1688, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA (son of Enos TALMAGE and Hannah YALE); died 01 Sep 1764, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Son of Enos Talmadge and Hannah Yale
    • Death: 11 Nov 1766

    Thomas married Susannah BELL 26 May 1715, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA. Susannah (daughter of Jonathan BELL and Susanna PIERSON) was born 25 Dec 1686, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA; died 23 Nov 1756, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Jonathan TALMADGE was born 23 Aug 1725, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA; died 25 Aug 1757, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Enos TALMAGE was born 04 Oct 1656, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA (son of Robert TALMAGE and Sarah NASH); died 09 Feb 1690, By Indians.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Enos Talmadge

    Notes:

    "The Talmadge, Tallmadge and Talmage Genealogy" - Enos is in Bradley's list of proprietors of New Haven, 1685, and went to the defense of Schenectady in command of the assistance sent by Connecticut, and was killed in the burning of the town, February 9, 1690, by Indians.

    Enos married Hannah YALE 09 May 1682. Hannah (daughter of Thomas YALE and Mary TURNER) was born 06 Jul 1661, New Haven, Connecticut; died 10 Feb 1744, New Haven, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Hannah YALE was born 06 Jul 1661, New Haven, Connecticut (daughter of Thomas YALE and Mary TURNER); died 10 Feb 1744, New Haven, Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Daughter of Thomas Yale and Mary Turner
    • Birth: Abt 1661

    Children:
    1. 1. Thomas TALMADGE was born 07 Dec 1688, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA; died 01 Sep 1764, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA.
    2. Mehitable TALMAGE was born 13 Dec 1686.
    3. Mary TALMADGE was born 03 Feb 1681/82, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA; died 23 Sep 1725, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA.
    4. Sarah TALMAGE was born 25 Oct 1684, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Robert TALMAGE was born , England (son of Thomas TALMADGE and UNKNOWN); died Bef 1662.

    Robert married Sarah NASH Abt 1648. Sarah (daughter of Thomas NASH and Margery BAKER) was born , England; died Aft 1683. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Sarah NASH was born , England (daughter of Thomas NASH and Margery BAKER); died Aft 1683.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Daughter of Thomas Nash and Margery Baker

    Children:
    1. Mary TALMAGE was born 02 Sep 1659, New Haven, Connecticut; died Dec 1673.
    2. 2. Enos TALMAGE was born 04 Oct 1656, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA; died 09 Feb 1690, By Indians.
    3. Thomas TALMAGE was born 17 Oct 1650, New Haven, Connecticut; died 1730.
    4. John TALMAGE was born 11 Sep 1654, New Haven, Connecticut; died Apr 1690.
    5. Sarah TALMAGE was born 19 Sep 1652, New Haven, Connecticut; died 1675.
    6. Abigail TALMAGE was born 03 May 1649, New Haven, Connecticut.

  3. 6.  Thomas YALE was born Abt 1616, Plas Grono, Wales; died 27 Mar 1683, New Haven, Connecticut.

    Thomas — Mary TURNER. Mary was born 1624, New Haven, Connecticut; died 15 Oct 1704, New Haven, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Mary TURNER was born 1624, New Haven, Connecticut; died 15 Oct 1704, New Haven, Connecticut.
    Children:
    1. 3. Hannah YALE was born 06 Jul 1661, New Haven, Connecticut; died 10 Feb 1744, New Haven, Connecticut.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Thomas TALMADGE died 1653.

    Notes:

    Excerpt from "The Talmadge, Tallmadge and Talmage Genealogy": He was an Englishman and brother of John Talmadge of Newton Stacey, Hants,.......
    Thomas Talmadge came to America 1631, in the ship "Pough", which carried ten passengers. Another report says he came in the fleet with Govenor Winthrop in 1630, (Savage, iv or ix, 252). He landed at Charlestown moved to Boston and then Lynne. May 14, 1634, the "Genall Court" made "Thomas Talmage" a freeman. In 1637 a committee composed of Daniel Howe, Richard Walker and Henry Collins, was appointed to lay out farms, and in 1638 they allotted one of two hundred acres to "Thomas Talmage" and one of twenty acres for "Thomas Talmage his son." On Sept 3, 1640, a letter of attorney by the emigrants seems to have been executed at Boston.
    Mr. S.C.N. Talmage in his Talmage Genealogy, 1901, writes that Thomas Lechford was an English lawyer who came to Boston, 1638, and returned to England, 1641. He was the first practising lawyer in Massachusetts and kept a notebook of legal memoranda which has been published and contains these entries, page 294, old 167: "William Talmage, of Boston, in New England, Thomas Talmage, Robert Talmage and Richard Walker, husband of Jane Talmage, deceased, sonnes and daughter of Thomas Talmage, brother of John Talmage of Newton Stacey, in the county of Southampton, deceased, make a letter of attorney to Richard Conying and William Dowlying, overseers of the will of the said John Talmage, deceased, to receive of the executor and administrator of the last will and testament of Symon Talmage, our brother, and of John Talmage, aforesaid, the summes of money due unto us by the will of the said John Talmage (and a certificate under the public seal).....
    By order of the court on Mar 7, 1644, the town was divided into four wards and Thomas, Sr., lived in the first, while Thomas Jr., and Robert lived in the second ward. Among the freemen March 8, 1649, is Thomas Talmage, and on May 10, 1649 he was number 13 in the list of Townsmen. He is not in the list of inhabitants 1657, and he must have left about 1650, going to Easthampton, of which his son, Thomas Jr., was one of the founders in 1649. On May 24, 1651, Thomas Talmage, Sr., was fined for absence from Town Meeting at Easthampton. He probably died 1653, for on Dec 9, 1653, the town records show it was "ordered that the share of whale in contraversy between Widowe Talmage shall be divided even as the lott is," and in Feb 1654, Thomas Talmage (no Sr., or Jr. attached to name), was given five acres of land......

    Thomas — UNKNOWN. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  UNKNOWN
    Children:
    1. Jane TALMAGE was born , England; died 03 Sep 1640.
    2. Simon TALMADGE was born , England; died 1640, England.
    3. Thomas TALMAGE was born , England; died Between Apr and Sep 1691.
    4. Davis TALMAGE was born 1630, England; died May 1708.
    5. 4. Robert TALMAGE was born , England; died Bef 1662.
    6. William TALMAGE was born , England; died Bef 09 Jan 1672.
    7. Christain TALMAGE was born , England.

  3. 10.  Thomas NASH was born , England; died 12 May 1658.

    Notes:

    Name:
    According to Berry, he came from Bewdley in Worcestershire. (Gen. and Ped. of Hertfordshire Families, pp. 83-85.) He sailed with the Whitefield party arriving at Quinnipac or New Haven, in July 1639, and was one of the signers of the agreement to remain together made on shipboard. Savage says he was of Guilford in 1639, but this is probably a mistake. (Steiner's History of Guilford, 1897, pp. 23, 29, 48.) New Haven, Col. Rec., (I, p. 82), says: "brother Nash his shoppe did stand by the creeks." He was a gunsmith, and probably well advanced in life at the time of the emigration, for his eldest son, John was old enough to be made Freeman, April, 1642, and in his will of August 1, 1657, he mentions his old age. The first date attached to his name at New Haven, in "1st of the 7th moneth 1640", when he was admitted member of the General Court and received the charge of Freeman. His home lot was on the west side of State Street, about one0third distance from Chapel to Elm St. He was chosen a Fence Viewer "for Mr. Eatons & Mr. Davenports quarter", March 1645/6. May 25, 1646, the General Court ordered: "In regard of severall occasions and worke to be done agaynst trayning day, bro: Nash is spared." Before emigration, he was a member of the church in Leyden, Holland, and was one of five who wrote an interesting letter (given in full on pages 155, 156 & 157 of Vol. 1 of the 4th series of the Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 1852.) From there, Nov. 30, 1625, to their brethren in Plymouth, informing them of the death of John Robinson, Pastor of the church which included in its membership the planters in Plymouth as well as those left in Leyden.

    Thomas — Margery BAKER. Margery was born , England; died Between 11 Feb 1655 and 1 Aug 1657. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Margery BAKER was born , England; died Between 11 Feb 1655 and 1 Aug 1657.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Dau. of Nicholas Baker and Mary Hodgets of Herts, England

    Notes:

    Name:
    There is no mention of the wife of Thomas Nash in the records of New Haven, except in the seating of the Meeting House and then her Christian name is not given. But in Berry's County Genealogies and Pedigrees of Hertfordshire, there is an account of the Baker Family, which makes it highly probable that her name was MARGERY and that she was the daughter of NICHOLAS BAKER of Hertfordshire, England. The last time that she is mentioned i the records is in the seating of Feb. 11, 1655, "In ye short seate Good w: Nash ye elder and Rogger Allins wife". (her daughter.) Mrs. Schenck in her History of Fairfield, says she died within two years of her husband.

    Children:
    1. Mary NASH was born , England.
    2. Major John NASH was born 1615; died 3 Jul 1678.
    3. Sergt Joseph NASH died 1678.
    4. 5. Sarah NASH was born , England; died Aft 1683.
    5. Timothy NASH was born 1626, England; died 13 Mar 1699, Hadley, Massachusetts.