Nathaniel Bowman

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Nathaniel Bowman
Born 1608
Leek, England
Died January 26, 1682
Cambridge Farms Parish
Residence Watertown, Massachusetts
Spouse(s) Anne Beresford
Children Francis Bowman
Parents John Bowman, Ann Beresford

Nathaniel Bowman (1608–1682) was the first Bowman immigrant to be among the earliest settlers of the Massachusetts Bay colony. He had the rank of gentlemen in the public records, indicating that he came from some distinguished English stock. On October 19, 1630, he applied to the general court, but his name doesn’t appear on the list of applicants granted the oath of Freeman.[1] He was one of the original proprietors of Watertown, Massachusetts.[2] Around 1650, he removed to the Parish of Cambridge Farms (Lexington) where many of his descendants have lived.

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  1. ^ Crane 1907, p. 334.
  2. ^ Morris 1894, p. 130.

References[edit]

  • Crane, E (1907). "Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worcester County, Massachusetts, with a History of Worcester Society of Antiquity", The Lewis Publishing Company.
  • Morris, T (1894). "Ephraim and Pamela (Converse) Morris Their Ancestors and Descendants", S.N.