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Lieut Richard Lord
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Birth: May 16, 1647
Middlesex County
Connecticut, USA
Death: Aug. 20, 1727
Lyme
New London County
Connecticut, USA

~MY LORD FAMILY~

Richard Lord was the son of my ancestors, WILLIAM & HATTIE (NICKERSON) LORD. He married Elizabeth Hyde 1681/82 in Lyme Villiage, New London, CT.
He was appointed Ensigne of the Lyme Trainband, Oct. 1703, and Deputy for Lyme to the Conn. Gen. Court, Oct. 1719. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  William Lord (1618 - 1678)
 
 Spouse:
  Elizabeth Hyde Lord (1660 - 1736)
 
 Children:
  Elizabeth Lord Watterous (1683 - 1734)*
  Phebe Lord Sill (1688 - 1772)*
  Richard Lord (1690 - 1776)*
  John Lord (1703 - 1776)*
  Deborah Lord Jewett (1706 - 1777)*
 
 Siblings:
  William Lord (1643 - 1696)*
  Thomas Lord (1645 - 1730)*
  Richard Lord (1647 - 1727)
  Robert Lord (1651 - 1739)*
  James Lord (1668 - 1731)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Here Lieth interred the body of Lieut. Richard Lord who deceased August ye 20. 1727 aged 80 years & 3 months.
 
Burial:
Duck River Cemetery
Old Lyme
New London County
Connecticut, USA
 
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Jun 16, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8943493
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Rest in peace.
- Ruby
 Added: Apr. 19, 2013

- Carol
 Added: Feb. 27, 2013
RIP 9x great grandfather
- Mallory Marvin
 Added: Nov. 23, 2012
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