Hannah Carpenter1

F, b. circa 1662
FatherJoseph Carpenter b. 1635, d. b 9 Jul 1684
MotherHannah Carpenter b. 3 Apr 1640, d. b 8 Jun 1673
     Hannah was born circa 1662 in Pawtuxet, Providence County, Rhode Island. Hannah married William Thornycraft, son of Thomas Thornycraft, circa 1680 in Musketa Cove, Hempstead Town, Queens County, Long Island, New York. Hannah was still living when her husband mentioned her in his will dated on 19 December 1728.


William Thornycraft d. b 19 Dec 1728


  1. [S38] Daniel Hoogland Carpenter, History & Genealogy of the Carpenter Family In America From the Settlement at Providence, R. I. 1637 - 1901
    , pages 44-45 - no. 11 A daughter of Joseph 2 and Hannah (Carpenter) Carpenter, born about 1662, but whose name is unknown, became the wife of William Thornycraft,* proof
    of which fact is found in the following record: febrewary ye 17th in ye yeare 168z
    Recorded by order and consent yt whereas William Thorney Craft by his deed from us was to have twenty acres layd out with Samuel Pell, Moses Mudge and Ephraim Carpenter, but having since exchanged his privelege of twenty acres as by deed to be layed out with his father-in-law 7oseph Carpenter and by request we doe grant an order and give leave to ye sayd Joseph Carpenter his heirs or assigns to take up ye aforesayd twenty acres of land by hempstead harbor so called and being a vacant peice of land on ye west side of his fifty acre lott being ye first in devision on ye south side of ye cove,- tthis entered by order of me. - Tho: Townsend, Recorder - By ye same day agreed wad ordered to be recorded an exchange of lands between Joseph Carpenter and William Thorny Chrafft the con-tents whereof being and is as followeth, viz : to be understood that whereas William Thorny Craft was to have twenty acres of land layd out to him as by his deed inserted to be in devision with Samuel Pell Ephraim Carpenter and Moses Mudge, he, ye same William cloth asign and make over ye sayd twenty acres of land unto his father-in-law 7osepb Carpenter on ye south side of ye cove which was formerly by devision Nicholas Simpkins and being in ye third share by allotment, and to ye true performance hereof we have hereunto sett our hands hismark William x Thorny chrafft, Joseph Carpenter. Attest Tho: Townsend Recorder.