Lydia Norris

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt - Harriet Hanson (Robinson) Pierce
Lydia Norris, daughter of Jonathan Norris and Lydia Heard, was born say 1712.1 She died at Littleton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, after 9 February 1743, when her last known child was born.2

Lydia married Dr. Jeremiah Robinson, son of John Robinson and Mehitable Stanyan, say 1732.3,4,5


Dr. Jeremiah Robinson b. aft. 1697, d. 19 Oct 1771
  • John Robinson2 b. 26 Dec 1733
  • Mary Robinson2 b. 13 Nov 1735
  • Olive Robinson2 b. 10 Sep 1737
  • John Robinson2 b. 11 Nov 1739
  • Jeremiah Robinson+2 b. 4 Apr 1742, d. 16 Jul 1815
  • Zebulon Robinson2 b. 9 Feb 1743
This person was last edited on16 Feb 2023


  1. [S1330] Estimated from birth of first known child (1733).
  2. [S76] Harriet H. Robinson, "John Robinson of Exeter, and Some of His Descendants," The Robinsons and Their Kin Folk Third Series (July 1906): 99-123, at 115-117, further cited as Robinson, "John Robinson of Exeter."
  3. [S76] Robinson, "John Robinson of Exeter," 113-114.
  4. [S2235] Leonard Allison Morrison, Lineage and Biographies of the Norris Family in America: From 1640 to 1892, with references to the Norrises of England as early as 1311, with illustrations (Boston, Massachusetts: Damrell & Upham, 1892), 19, further cited as Morrison, Norris Family.
  5. [S922] Sybil Noyes, Charles T. Libby and Walter G. Davis, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire. Portland, Maine: The Southworth Press, 1928-1939, 512. CD-ROM reprint, Compendium of New England Pioneers: A Collection of 14 Classic Genealogical Dictionaries of Early New England Settlers (Columbia, Maryland: Archive CD Books USA, 2006), further cited as Noyes, Libby, and Davis, Gen. Dict. of Maine & N. H.