|Robert Nicholson, Jr.||Martha Bartlett||Thomas Peach||Mary Cowes|
|b. abt. 1656 in ?||b. abt. 1678 in Marblehead||b. 1681 in Marblehead||bp. 6 Sep 1684 in Marblehead|
|d. Probate 1751 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. 1736 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. 9 Sep 1731 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. Aft. 1731 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|John Nicholson||Mary Peach|
|b. bp. 10 Aug 1712||bp. 11 Feb 1710 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|d. aft. 1751 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. 11 Nov 1784 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Marriage||17 Dec 1728||John Nicholson to Mary Peach in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Children (Events in Marblehead Unless Stated Otherwise)|
|John Nicholson bp. 25 Oct 1730; d. bef. 15 Jun 1746|
|Robert Nicholson bp. 4 Apr 1731 d. bef. 13 Nov 1743|
|Mary Nicholson bp. 15 Oct 1732 d. bef. 9 Jun 1734|
|Mary Nicholson bp. 9 Jun 1734; no further records|
|Thomas Nicholson 9 Nov 1735; m. 2 Dec 1762 Ruth Lee (bp. 6 Jan 1744, d. 24 Apr 1789); four children: Thomas, Robert, John, and Ruth Nicholson; d. bef. 1795|
|William Nicholson 16 Oct 1737; m. 29 Jan 1761 Hannah Vickery (b. Oct 1742; d. 31 May 1809); five children: Mary, Hannah, Martha, John, and William Nicholson; d. 28 Dec 1810|
|Martha Nicholson bp. 28 Oct 1739; m. 17 Feb 1763 Captain Thomas Martin (b. 24 Jan 1732; d. 16 Dec 1828); eight children: Thomas, Arnold, Emma, Martha, John, Peter, Martha, and Martha Martin; d. 4 Jan 1816|
|Emma Nicholson bp. 31 May 1741; m. 21 Sep 1782 Captain Thomas Pedrick; d. 8 Aug 1790|
|Robert Nicholson bp. 13 Nov 1743; m. 18 Sep 1684 Mary Kimball (bp. 14 Apr 1744 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts); d. ?|
|John Nicholson bp. 15 Jun 1746; no further records|
I found very little about this family. John Nicholson was mentioned in his father's will, which was probated in 1751. Mary Peach was the daughter of Thomas Peach and Mary Cowes, both from early Marblehead families. The baptism records of the Nicholsons' children give us the knowledge of how many they had, and the duplicate names tell us that their first three died young. No records could be found on two others, so they may have died young also.
Thomas, William, and Martha all married and had children. Emma married Captain Thomas Pedrick, the son of our direct ancestors Joseph and Sarah Martin Pedrick. She was 41 when they married, and I could find no records of children. His probate was one of two I could discover among his wife's siblings. Like some of his siblings, he had a good estate, but I could find no mention of heirs. Martha Nicholson also married a sea captain, Thomas Martin. They are our direct ancestors, and their first two children are also our direct ancestors.
A man from Essex County named Thomas Nicholson served in the Revolutionary War. It's possible he was the son of John and Mary.
From her death record, we know Mary, identified as the widow of John, outlived her husband.
Proof of relationship is established with the will and vital records.
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The research on this family is complete, but a later check may reveal more information.
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