Thomas Blatchley

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Thomas Blatchley, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), was born at Hertfordshire, England, about 1615.1 He died before 30 January 1673/74, when his nuncupative will was proved.2

Thomas married Susanna (…), whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here).3,4

Between 28 July and 11 September 1635, "Thomas Blackly," age 20 was enrolled with the Thomas Tredwell family of St. Giles Cripplegate, for transport [from London] by the Hopewell of London, Mr. Thomas Babb, master.5


Susanna (…) d. aft. 7 Sep 1680
  • Abigail Blatchley2
  • Aaron Blatchley6 b. 1644
  • Moses Blatchley6 b. 25 Mar 1650, d. 15 Oct 1693
  • Miriam Blatchley+3 b. 1 Mar 1652/53
This person was last edited on7 Aug 2020


  1. [S985] Herbert Furman Seversmith, Colonial Families of Long Island, New York and Connecticut: Being the Ancestry and Kindred of Herbert Furman Seversmith, 5 vols (Washington D.C.: p.p., 1939-1958), 1:326, further cited as Seversmith, Colonial Families of Long Island.
  2. [S985] Seversmith, Colonial Families of Long Island, 1:329.
  3. [S53] Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, 9 vols. in 3 (1924-1932; reprint, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing, 1974), 6:1454, further cited as Jacobus, New Haven Families.
  4. [S1872] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, 3 vols. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011), 1:161, further cited as Torrey, New England Marriages (2011).
  5. [S1492] Peter Wilson Coldham, The Complete Book of Emigrants: 1607-1660: A Comprehensive Listing Compiled from English Public Records of Those Who Took Ship to the Americas for Political, Religious, and Economic Reasons; of Those Who Were Deported for Vagrancy, Roguery, or Non-Conformity; and of Those Who Were Sold to Labour in the New Colonies (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing, 1987), 159, further cited as Coldham, Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1660.
  6. [S985] Seversmith, Colonial Families of Long Island, 1:328.