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Crockett Genealogy

Crockett Genealogy

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Published by Jeff Martin
Crockett Genealogy- family of Thomas Crockett of Stoke Gabriel, Devon and Kittery, Maine.
Crockett Genealogy- family of Thomas Crockett of Stoke Gabriel, Devon and Kittery, Maine.

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Published by: Jeff Martin on Mar 31, 2010
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 b.c.1580m. 24 Sept. 1602 Stoke Gabriel, Devon
I. Elmore- bpt. 23 Dec. 1602
II. John- bpt. 25 Dec. 1610
- bpt. 13 Jan. 1610/1 Stoke Gabriel, Devon; m.
ANN ______ 
, d. 1679IV. Joan- bpt. 29 Apr. 1621
V. Clement- bpt. 28 Aug. 1625
Parish Registers for Stoke Gabriel, Devon
) bpt .13 Jan. 1610/1 Stoke Gabriel, Devonm. ANN ______ (2. before 1683 Diggory Jeffreys, living in 1712) Ann was perhaps connected with theGunnison or Lynn family of Kittery.d. 1679adm. 20 Mar. 1678/9Thomas arrived in 1630 with the other employes of John Mason's Laconia Co. and lived at DavidThompson's house at Little Harbor before going to Newichawannock House in 1633 where he and theothers suffered from insufficient clothing and food. Thomas received 23 Apr. 1634 £6 of Ambrose Gibbonsfor service of one year rendered to Capt. John Mason probably at Portsmouth, NH where he had "3 weeksdiet" of John Pickering at a cost of 12/ while working at Sander's Point.(
)About the year 1641 Thomas had a gift of land from Thomas Gorges containing approximately 147 acreson the east side of Spruce Creek which was called "Crockett's Neck".(
) Thomas lived at Warehouse Pointand had land extending to the north shore of Kittery Point. He sold a house and a few acres near WarehousePoint to Abraham Corbett. Thomas then sold to Robert Mendum 21 Sept. 1647 a house and 4 acres whichhe had bought from William Wormwood.(
) Thomas also bought 8 acres of land on Spruce Creek fromJoseph Miles 16 Nov. 1647 and then sold it to Rice Thomas in Dec. 1647.Thomas was the ferryman at Brave Boat Harbor 27 June 1648 and was to charge 3d for a freeman and 4dfor a foreigner. In 1659 he was allowed to keep a ferry "from Hugh Gunnisons to Capt. Pendletons for which he is to have six pence a p'son for his ferriage and to have the use yr of for his life tyme provided hefitt conviently for itt for the doing we'of the Town of Kittery is to take effectual care upon penalty of thelosse of five pounds for y'r neglect." In 1666 this ferry was entrusted to Abraham Corbett.(
)"Grants given by the Inhabitants of the Towne of York. 10:January 1652 at a Town Meeting. I: Grantedunto Thomas Crockett a parcell of ground to Plant in which Lieth betwixt the bounds of Mr. EdwardGodfrey & Mr. Francis Raine, which is granted & given to him by the Town wch quantity of LandContains the Proportion of forty acres which is given and confirmed to him."(
Map of York- South Side and Raynes' Neck- from Banks'
 History of York 
Thomas took the oath of allegiance to Massachusetts at York 23 Nov. 1652.(
Oath of Allegiance- 23 Nov. 1652

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