Introductory Material:

Chapter 1
The Edwards Coat of Arms

Family Records:
John 1
John 2
John 3
Richard 3
Jonathan 3
Samuel 3
Nathaniel 3
William 3


The Crockett Connection
Edwards and the Civil War
Photo Album
Our Immigrant Ancestors
1906 Census

Family Fun
Mayberry Hill Chronicles

This Old House
Justin Edwards had a Farm
Letters from Henry

marker Nathaniel Edwards 

Father: Mother:

John Edwards
Lydia Crockett

Birth Date: Birth Location: Death Date: Death Location:

3/14/1715 Haverhill MA


Name: Marriage Date: Marriage Location: Father: Mother:

Birth Date: Birth Location: Death Date: Death Location:


Name: Birth Date: Birth Location: Death Date: Death Location:


Family located: Haverhill MA
Occupation: Cooper

Tradition is that Nathaniel Edwards 2nd was married and died without issue;

The Town rate for the East Part of Haverhill, a list of that part of the tax made by the assessors of Haverhill, Dec. ye 10, 1741, contains the name of Nathaniel Edwards.

A list of the 3rd Foot Company in Haverhill, attested by Richard Colby, Cler., Haverhill, Mass., Mar. 17, 1757, contains the name of Nathaniel Edwards.

The following are extracts from a deed recorded in the public records of Essex County, Salem, Mass. In this deed no mention is made of a wife.
"To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting, Know ye, That I, Timothy Eatton of Haverhill in the county of Essex and the province of Massachusetts Bay in New England. For and in consideration of the Sum of fifty four pounds, Current Money to me in Hand before the ensealing hereof, well and truly paid by Nathaniel Edwards of Haverhill, aforesaid Cooper .......... Do freely bargain, sell ....... a certain parcel of Land lying situate and being in the aforesaid town of Haverhill containing by estimation about four acres and one half, be the same more or less, .........., provided always that the said Edwards shall not make sale of the premises during my natural life without my leave ......  In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this twenty sixth day of March Anno Domini, one thousand,seven hundred and thirty nine.
Timothy Eatton and a seal.

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