Richard Ormsby

Richard ORMSBY (1602 – 1664) was Alex’s 10th great grandfather, one of 2,048 in this generation of the Miner line.

Richard Ormsby – Coat of Arms

Richard Ormsby was born on 28 Jul 1602 in Theddlethorpe All Saints , Lincolnshire, England.  His parents were Thomas ORMSBEE and Maria UNDERWOOD. He first married Mary Margaret Masterson on 14 Jun 1622 in England.   He came came from the Parish of Ellsworth, Cambridgeshire, England, to York, Maine, in 1638 on the ship  “Abigail“.  After Mary died, he married Mrs. Sarah UPHAM Wanton 9 Aug 1640 in Saco, Maine.  Richard died 10 Jun 1664 in Rehoboth, Mass.

Richard Ormsby was baptized in All Saints Church Theddlethrope, Lincolinshire, England.  The church dates from the 12th century, with some additions and alterations undertaken in about 1380–1400, and more in the late 17th century

Mary Margaret Masterson was born 28 Sep 1603 in Theddlethorpe All Saints, Lincolnshire, England.  Mary died in 1639 in Saco, Maine.

Sarah Upham was born about 1609 in Salsburg, Lanarkshire, Scotland (Yettington, Devonshire, England)  Her parents were Richard UPHAM and Maria [__?__] .  She first married [Y__?]  Wanton.   She second married Richard Webb.  She came in 1635 to Weymouth, Massachusetts, age 26 and single (OR widowed).   When Sarah boarded ship on 20 May 1635, she gave her surname as Upham. In her father’s will dated 12 Dec 1635, (he was buried 7 days later), he refers to his daughter as Sarah Uppam. Sarah died after 3 Oct 1665 in Rehoboth, Mass.

Sarah came to America as part of the 1635 Hull Company, a large addition to the population of Weymouth.

Partial list of the Hull Company  from Weymouth in England, but some of them were from other towns in Dorset and in counties near by.

88 Robert Martyn of Bakombe, husbandman, aged 44. (Richard MARTIN’s brother.  Sarah’s daughter-in-law Grace was Richard’s daughter)
89 Humfrey Shepheard, husbandman, 22 years.
90 John Upham, husbandman, aged 35 years. (Sarah’s brother)
91 Joane Martyn, aged 44 years.
92 Elizabeth Upham, aged 32 years.  (Sarah’s sister-in-law)
93 John Upham, Junior, aged 7 years.
94 William Grane, aged 12.
95 Sarah Upham, aged 26.
96 Nathaniel Upham, aged 5 years.
97 Elizabeth Upham, aged 3 years.

Children:  Joane and Edward were Mary’s children, later children were Sarah’s

Name Born Married Departed
1. Joane Ormesby c. 1623, Theddlethorpe All Saints, Lincolnshire, England John Smith 1647
York, Maine
2. Edward Ormsby 1625, Theddlethorpe All Saints
England
3. Thomas Ormsby 1640, Saco, York Maine
4. John ORMSBY 1641
Saco, Maine
Grace Eleanor MARTIN
5 Jan 1663/64 Rehoboth, Mass.
10 Mar 1717/18 Rehoboth, Mass.
5. Thomas Ormsby 11 Nov 1645
Salisbury, Mass
Mary Fitch
(Daughter of our ancestor John FITCH)
11 MAY 1667 Rehoboth, Mass
6. Jacob Ormsby 6 Jan 1647
Salisbury, Mass
Mary Perrin
12 Dec 1670 Rehoboth
MAR 1677/78 Rehoboth, Mass

Last name is sometimes listed as Ormsbee or Ormesby.

Richard was a planter by trade.  After coming to America, he resided in Saco, Maine in 1640 and probably had arrived there several years earlier.  He removed to Salisbury, Mass. about 1645 as a Planter of the Town, and stayed until 1648 when he settled in the adjacent Town of Haverhill, Mass. In 1649, he became a Freeman of the Colony. He finally settled at Rehoboth, Mass. and died there in 1664.

The charge of being a witch disrupted the life of Eunice Cole for more than two decades.  Richard was a constable in Salisbury in 1656 and testified he saw something on Eunice’s breast when he was about to administer a public whipping.

A resident of Hampton in present-day New Hampshire, Mrs. Cole had been in and out of the courts of Essex and Norfolk counties, Massachusetts, since the 1640s. She was tried on charges of witchcraft for the first time in 1656. It is probable that she was convicted, instead of ordering her execution, the court sentenced Mrs. Cole to imprisonment in Boston and a public whipping. She was in and out of prison for the next decade, during which time, in 1662, her aged husband William died. Eunice was charged again with witchcraft in 1673; the court criticized her, though the formal verdict was innocence. In the years before and after this trial she lived in Hampton in a destitute condition. Her third court hearing on charges of witchcraft occurred in 1680; though not indicted, she was put in prison. The depositions from 1673, which are the fullest surviving records of community suspicions, describe Eunice Cole as attempting to persuade a ten-year-old girl, Ann Smith, to live with her. This episode in particular, and Eunice Cole’s life history in general are fully analyzed in John P Demos,Entertaining Satan: Witchcraft and the Culture of Early New England (New York, 1982); another important account that explores the finances of the Cole family is Carol Karlsen’s in The Devil in the Shape of a Woman: Witchcraft in Colonial New England (New York, 1987).

The deposition of Richard Ormsby constable of Salisbury. That being about to strip Eunice Cole to be whipped (by the judgment of the court at Salisbury) looking upon her breasts under one of her breasts (I think her left breast) I saw a blue thing like unto a teat hanging downward about three quarters of an inch long not very thick, and having a great suspicion in my mind about it (she being suspected for a witch) [I] desired the court to send some women to look of it and presently hereupon she pulled or scratched it of[f] in a violent manner, and some blood with other moistness did appear clearly to my apprehension and she said it was a sore. John Goddard doth testify that he saw her with her hand violently scratch it away. Sworn in the court at Salisbury. 12th, 2d. month 1656, Thomas Bradbury Vera Copia per me Thomas Bradbury recorder. Sworn in the court September 4, 1656.

Edward Rawson affirmed I stood by and saw the constable rip her shift down and saw the place raw and fresh blood where Good[y] Cole [ends abruptly].

The court presently stepping to her saw a place raw with some fresh blood but no appearance of any old sore: Thomas Bradbury recorder in the name of the court. Sworn in court September 4, 1656 Richard Ormsby Edward Rawson Secretary.

Also Abraham Perkins and John Redman affirmed on oath that they stood by and saw the constable tear down her shift and saw the place raw and where she had [tore?] of[f?] her teat and fresh blood come from it and saw her [ ] her hand to tear of[f] it was torn off. Sworn in court September 4, 1656 Edward Rawson Secretary.

Richard’s father, Thomas Ormsbee (Ormesbie), was born about 1580 in Alford, Lincolnshire, England.  He married Maria Underwood on 1 Jul 1602 in Alford.  Thomas died in Alford.

Richard’s mother, Maria Underwood, was born about 1584 in Alford, England.  Maria died in 1661 in Boston, Lincolnshire, England.

Probate Records of Rehoboth, Mass. Richard Ormesby’s Inventory presented 3d day, 5th month 1664 amounted to 45 pounds, 14 shillings, 6 pence.

It is thought by some that Richard came to America with a brother Jonathan, but the only record of a Jonathan, of the proper time, is in Rehoboth vital records, of deaths, of a Jonathan who died in 1662.

Church of the Latter-day Saints:

Richard Ormsby was born about 1608 in , Lincolnshire, England. He died on 30 Jun 1664 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts. He was baptized into the LDS church on 8 Feb 1944. He was endowed on 13 July 1944. He was christened. He was buried. He was sealed to parents. He apparently had a first wife, name unknown. He was married to Mrs. Sarah Ormsby. Mrs. Sarah Ormsby was born about 1619 in of Saco, York, Maine. She was baptized into the LDS church on 8 Feb 1944. She was endowed on 13 July 1944. She was christened. She died. She was buried. She was sealed to parents. Had a first husband, a “Mr. Wanton.”

Note: Many of the birth places are listed as Lincoln or Lincolnshire. Lincoln is the county seat of Lincolnshire.

New England Families Genealogical and Memorial: Third Series, Volume IV by Jan Robison

Richard Ormsby was born in England and came as early as 1641 to Saco, Maine. Thence he removed to Salisbury, Massachusetts. The records show that he was of the town of Salisbury 1645-48, 1652, 1656, 1658-60, and of the adjacent town of Haverhill, Massachusetts, in 1649, 1653, 1662. In 1663 he was living in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, and that year sold land there to Robert Pike (son-in-law of Joseph MOYCE). He was a planter. He died at Rehoboth, and the inventory of his estate idated July 3, 1664. Children: John; Thomas, born November 11, 1645; Jacob, born March 6, 1647-48.

Richard came to America on the Abigail in the spring of 1628 and settled on the York River at Saco, Maine.[Robert coles.GED]

Richard came to America from Cambridgeshire, Ellsworth, Parish and landed at York, ME. Prior to 1635, he had a lot near Godfrey. He was a planter in the York settlement on Armenticus Creek (now York River) near Point Bollogne. The settlement, called Gorgeana, later became York.

Richard’s first wife probably died about 1639. Prior to 1641, he married Sarah who had come to Saco, ME from London in the late 1630’s.

In 1641, Richard was named as an arbiter in a court case, and his residence was stated as Saco. About 1645, he, his wife and their first son, John, moved to Salisbury where he was one of the original planters. Richard took the oath of freeman of Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1649 and several other records indicate that he was in Salisbury and Haverhill until 1662.

In 1663 he was in Rehoboth, MA where he sold land to Robert Pike. He died there and his estate inventory was filed on June 30, 1664.

Children

1. Joanna Ormsby

Joanna’s husband John Smith was born in 1598 in Newcastle, Stafford, England;. John died 4 Oct 1670 in New London, New London, CT.

Children of Joanna and John

i. Sarah Smith, born 1645, Cape Neddick, York, ME; d. 20 Mar  1718, Scotland, York, ME; m. before 1670, York, ME, Robert Junkins. Children: Joseph, Alexander and Daniel.

ii. Elizabeth Smith; b. 1630 in Boston, MA; d. 20 Apr 1713 in New London, New London, CT; m. George Way the son of George Way and Elizabeth Smith .

iii. John Smith b. Saco, Maine

4. John ORMSBY (See his page)

5. Thomas Ormsby

Thomas’ wife Mary Fitch was born about 1650 Rehoboth, Mass.  Her parents were our ancestors Capt. John FITCH and Mary SUTTON.  Mary died after 1716 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Mass.

Children of Thomas Ormsby and Mary Fitch :

i. Thomas Ormsby, b. 23 Feb  1667/68; m1. 14 Nov 1698 to Rebecca Whitaker (Rebeckah Whittaker), Rehoboth, MA
m2. 26 Apr  1722, Mary Whitaker, Rehoboth, MA; d. Sept 14/17, 1724.  Mary Whittaker married first Francis Mason, 10  May 1701, Rehoboth, Birstol, MA

ii. Mary Ormsby, b. 30 Mar  1670 Taunton; m. 27 Jun 1705 to  William Salisbury, Jr.; William first married Ann (Hannah) Cole, 30 Jul 1684, Swansea, Bristol, Mass,

iii. Rebecca Ormsby, b. 26 May 1672; d. Nov 1707; m. 30 May 1706 to William Hammond, Swansea, MA.  William Hammond, housewright and yoeman, was born about 1675, probably at Swansea, and he died at Rehoboth in Jan 1729/30. He married, first at Swansea, 10 Jan1695, Elizabeth Cole, who died at Rehoboth in November 1705, probable daughter of John  Cole Sr. and Elizabeth Ryder. He married, second, at Swansea,30 May 1706 (int at Rehoboth, 25 April 1706), Rebecka Olmsbery, who was born at Taunton 26 May 1672, and died at Rehoboth in November 1707, daughter of Thomas Sr. and Mary (Fitch) Ormsbee. He married, third at Rehoboth, 16 August 1711 (int 17 December 1709), Martha Red(a)way, who was born there 26 July 1687, daughter of John Redaway and Mary Ide (Fuller). Martha married, second, at Rehoboth 20 Jan 1743/43, Jonathan Ormsbee Sr., who was born there 20 Aug 1678, son of John and Grace (Martin) Ormsbee and widower of Mercy (Fitch) Ormsbee, his wife of nearly 40 years, who had died the previous year.

iv. Jeremiah Ormsby, b. 25 Nov  1672 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Mass; d. Mar 1754; m1. 3 Nov 1705 to Mahitable Willmarth;  Her parents were Thomas Willmarth  and Mary Robinson and her grandparents were our ancestors Sgt. Thomas WILMARTH and Elizabeth BLISS.  m2. about 1740 to Persis (Perces) [__?__]. Jeremiah must have died prior to 1757, for in Attleboro, Mass. vital records is recorded; married Persis (Perces) Ormsbee, widow, to Daniel Chaffee, Oct. 15, 1757.

v. Judith Ormsby, b. 08 Jan  1672/73; d. 27 Aug 1715 Rehoboth, Mass.; m. 14 Oct 1714 to, John Garnzey, Rehoboth, MA .

Judith was John’s second wife, from his first he had 12 children. His child with Judith, Beriah, was his 13th. After Judith died he married a third time.  His first wife was Elizabeth Titus and his third was Sarah Miller Millard. In most references the name is spelled Garnsey

vi. Hannah Ormsbee, b. 23 Sep 1678; d. 1724; m. Feb. 23, 1713, John Thompson, Rehoboth, Bristol, MA

vii. Jacob Ormsbee, b. 13 Sep  1680; m. 24 Jan 1705/06, (Dec. 22, 1705) to Hopestill Eddy, Swansea, MA

viii. Bethia Ormsbee, b. 15 Apr 1682; d. aft. 1732; m. 115 Apr 1701 to Thomas Shaw, Rehoboth, MA

ix. Ester Ormsbee, b. 02 May , 1684; d. Bef. 12 Jan 1726; m. 30 Jul 1713 in Rehoboth, MA. to Preserved Redaway (1683 – 1724/25)

Ester (Ormsbee) Redaway probably died before Jan 12, 1726, when her brother-in-law, James Redaway, was appointed guardian of her two children.

Preserved’s sister Martha married William Hammond (his third wife) on August 16, 1711. This William Hammond’s second wife was Rebecca Ormsbee, Ester’s sister. Martha Redaway married, second, at Rehoboth 20 Jan 1743/43, Jonathan Ormsbee Sr., who was born there 20 Aug 1678, son of John and Grace (Martin) Ormsbee and widower of Mercy (Fitch) Ormsbee.

x. Ezra Ormsbee, b. 15 Aug  1686; d. 18 Jan 1763 Barrington, RI; m. 5 Dec 1713 Swansea, MA to Mary Salisbury.

Ezra was Shipwright and Captain; resided Rehoboth, Mass; Barrington in 1730; Warren, R.I. 1752; and died 18 Jan. 1763; estate administered by widow Mary, 7 Mar. 1763.” The value of his estate was  1616 pounds, 2 shillings, 2 pence

History of Rehoboth, Mass. by Tilton (1918)
“In a list of Capt. Hunt’s Co. of Rehoboth militia, dated Nov. 24, 1710 is Ezra Ormsbee along with his brothers, Jacob; Jeremiah; Thomas; and his brother-in-law Preserved Redway.

xi. Daniel Ormsbee, buried 8 May 1689

xii. Daniel Ormsbee b. 02 Mar, 1689/90; d. 1766  Swansea, Bristol, MA; m. 11 Apr 1718 Swansea, MA  to  Ruth Ripply,

6. Jacob Orsmby

Jacob’s wife Mary Perrin was born Feb 1649, Rehoboth, Bristol, Mass. Her parents were John Perrin and Ann [__?__]. After Jacob died, Mary married (second) at Rehoboth,27 Dec 1677 to Nicholas Ide, born Nov. 1654, died at Attleboro, MA. June 25, 1723, son of Nicholas Ide and Martha Bliss. Nicholas’ grandparents were our ancestors Thomas BLISS (1588 – 1647) and Dorothy WHEATLEY.   Mary died 9 Sep 1690 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Mass.

Some genealogies incorrectly state that Mary as the daughter of Richard Orsmby instead of his daughter-in-law.  Source: Genealogy of the Bliss Family.

The Widow Ide had a son Nicholas Ide who is referred to as a son-in-law in Thomas Bliss’ will. Nicholas was b. about 1620 and was a contestant in King Philip’s War. He was m. May 16, 1647 at Springfield, Mass to Martha, whose surname is supposed by some to have been Bliss. She was buried Nov. 3, 1676 at Rehoboth, Mass. To this union was born a son. Lieut. Nicholas Ide, Nov, 1654 at Rehoboth. He was a weaver and married Dec. 27, 1677 at Rehoboth to Mary Ormsby (dau. of Richard Ormsby). Richard Ormsby was b. about 1602 in Lincolnshire, England and m. about 1640 to Sarah [Upham?) Wanton, a widow. Mary Ormsby was buried Sept 9, 1690 at Rehoboth. Their children were born between 1678 and 1693; Nathaniel (who d. Mar. 14, 1702/3), Jacob, Martha (b. Mar. 18, 1682 old style at Rehoboth, m. Nov. 8, 1705 to Zachariah Carpenter (b. July 1, 1680 at Rehoboth and d. there Apr. 18, 1718), and d. at Rehoboth June 17, 1727). Patience, John and Benjamin. Lieut. Nicholas Ide was m. a 2nd time to Eliza, and d. June 5, 1723. Another son, Nicholas Ide, Jr., was b. July 25, 1697 in Attleborough, Mass.

Sources:

    [TorreyCD] ORMSBY, Richard (1608-1664) & Sarah _____; by 1641; Saco, ME/Haverhill/Salisbury/Rehoboth {MD 16:167; Reg. 6:186; Salisbury Fam. 267; Paul Anc. 197; GDMNH 520; Gen Mag. 2:212-213}[Ormsby] RO born probably at Lancashire. First recorded at Saco Maine in 1639 where his first wife died . Married 2nd widow SW, who may have been an Upham (se Bartlett’s Wanton Family, 1878). RO moved from Saco to Haverhill, then to Salisbury, and finally to Rehoboth.[NEHGR 6:186] RO’s will probated 3rd day 5th mo 1664 and the estate valued at 45-14-06.[NEHGR 3:57] List of Original settlers of Salisbury: Rich: Ormsby 0:12:06[NEHGR 8:168] Early settlers of Salsbury: Ormsby, Richard, w. Sarah. Ch. Thomas 11 9 45; Jacob 6 1 47

http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_3a8.htm#17

http://www.ormsby.net/genie/Richard_1602.html#anchor5627636

http://users.ece.utexas.edu/~perry/fun/genealogy/mell/ormsby.html

http://trees.ancestry.com/owt/person.aspx?pid=15788902&st=1

http://www.hampton.lib.nh.us/hampton/biog/hall.htm

Children of Thomas Ormsby and Mary Fitch are:

i. Thomas Ormsby, b. 23 Feb  1667/68; m1. 14 Nov 1698 to Rebecca Whitaker (Rebeckah Whittaker), Rehoboth, MA
m2. 26 Apr  1722, Mary Whitaker, Rehoboth, MA; d. Sept 14/17, 1724.  Mary Whittaker married first Francis Mason, 10  May 1701, Rehoboth, Birstol, MA

ii. Mary Ormsby, b. 30 Mar  1670 Taunton; m. 27 Jun 1705 to  William Salisbury, Jr.; William first married Ann (Hannah) Cole, 30 Jul 1684, Swansea, Bristol, Mass,

iii. Rebecca Ormsby, b. 26 May 1672; d. Nov 1707; m. 30 May 1706 to William Hammond, Swansea, MA.  William Hammond, housewright and yoeman, was born about 1675, probably at Swansea, and he died at Rehoboth in Jan 1729/30. He married, first at Swansea, 10 Jan1695, Elizabeth Cole, who died at Rehoboth in November 1705, probable daughter of John  Cole Sr. and Elizabeth Ryder. He married, second, at Swansea,30 May 1706 (int at Rehoboth, 25 April 1706), Rebecka Olmsbery, who was born at Taunton 26 May 1672, and died at Rehoboth in November 1707, daughter of Thomas Sr. and Mary (Fitch) Ormsbee. He married, third at Rehoboth, 16 August 1711 (int 17 December 1709), Martha Red(a)way, who was born there 26 July 1687, daughter of John Redaway and Mary Ide (Fuller). Martha married, second, at Rehoboth 20 Jan 1743/43, Jonathan Ormsbee Sr., who was born there 20 Aug 1678, son of John and Grace (Martin) Ormsbee and widower of Mercy (Fitch) Ormsbee, his wife of nearly 40 years, who had died the previous year.

iv. Jeremiah Ormsby, b. 25 Nov  1672 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Mass; d. Mar 1754; m1. 3 Nov 1705 to Mahitable Willmarth;  Her parents were Thomas Willmarth  and Mary Robinson and her grandparents were our ancestors Sgt. Thomas WILMARTH and Elizabeth BLISS.  m2. about 1740 to Persis (Perces) [__?__]. Jeremiah must have died prior to 1757, for in Attleboro, Mass. vital records is recorded; married Persis (Perces) Ormsbee, widow, to Daniel Chaffee, Oct. 15, 1757.

v. Judith Ormsby, b. 08 Jan  1672/73; d. 27 Aug 1715 Rehoboth, Mass.; m. 14 Oct 1714 to, John Garnzey, Rehoboth, MA .

Judith was John’s second wife, from his first he had 12 children. His child with Judith, Beriah, was his 13th. After Judith died he married a third time.  His first wife was Elizabeth Titus and his third was Sarah Miller Millard. In most references the name is spelled Garnsey

vi. Hannah Ormsbee, b. 23 Sep 1678; d. 1724; m. Feb. 23, 1713, John Thompson, Rehoboth, Bristol, MA

vii. Jacob Ormsbee, b. 13 Sep  1680; m. 24 Jan 1705/06, (Dec. 22, 1705) to Hopestill Eddy, Swansea, MA

viii. Bethia Ormsbee, b. 15 Apr 1682; d. aft. 1732; m. 115 Apr 1701 to Thomas Shaw, Rehoboth, MA

ix. Ester Ormsbee, b. 02 May , 1684; d. Bef. 12 Jan 1726; m. 30 Jul 1713 in Rehoboth, MA. to Preserved Redaway (1683 – 1724/25)

Ester (Ormsbee) Redaway probably died before Jan 12, 1726, when her brother-in-law, James Redaway, was appointed guardian of her two children.

Preserved’s sister Martha married William Hammond (his third wife) on August 16, 1711. This William Hammond’s second wife was Rebecca Ormsbee, Ester’s sister. Martha Redaway married, second, at Rehoboth 20 Jan 1743/43, Jonathan Ormsbee Sr., who was born there 20 Aug 1678, son of John and Grace (Martin) Ormsbee and widower of Mercy (Fitch) Ormsbee.

x. Ezra Ormsbee, b. 15 Aug  1686; d. 18 Jan 1763 Barrington, RI; m. 5 Dec 1713 Swansea, MA to Mary Salisbury.

Ezra was Shipwright and Captain; resided Rehoboth, Mass; Barrington in 1730; Warren, R.I. 1752; and died 18 Jan. 1763; estate administered by widow Mary, 7 Mar. 1763.” The value of his estate was  1616 pounds, 2 shillings, 2 pence

History of Rehoboth, Mass. by Tilton (1918)
“In a list of Capt. Hunt’s Co. of Rehoboth militia, dated Nov. 24, 1710 is Ezra Ormsbee along with his brothers, Jacob; Jeremiah; Thomas; and his brother-in-law Preserved Redway.

xi. Daniel Ormsbee, buried 8 May 1689

xii. Daniel Ormsbee b. 02 Mar, 1689/90; d. 1766  Swansea, Bristol, MA; m. 11 Apr 1718 Swansea, MA  to  Ruth Ripply,

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