|Death: ||Apr. 19, 1682|
He was the husband of Sarah Hopcott who he married in Chilmark, England on June 9, 1643.
He was the first Town Clerk of Amesbury, Massachusetts. from The History of Amesbury
He was prosecuted and fined for allowing four Friends on a journey to take shelter in his house about three quarters of an hour, one rainy day in 1659, as his own letter to the court informs us. It is worthy to note that his grandson and many other of his descendants became Friends. Like Roger Williams, he fled from persecution in Massachusetts. His family were the first white settlers of Nantucket, then under the juridiction of New York. Edward Starbuck and Isaac Coleman, a lad of 12 years old, accompanied them.
Please note that Thomas is not buried here but rather on Nantucket Island. See memorial # 10904420
Golgotha Burial Ground
*Memorial Site [?]
Created by: Scott Connor Barnard
Record added: Jul 14, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54957772
To my 10th grandfather Thomas Macy, I am so happy I found this memorial to you and others. If I could meet an ancestor, you are one I would choose, to hear your stories coming from England to settling Nantucket, your integrity and ethics in treatment of ...(Read more)|
Kay Macy Nelson Bailey
Added: Oct. 24, 2016
Friend Edward Cottle MV and Nantucket|
Added: Sep. 1, 2016
To my 9th Great Grandfather. So happy to have found you. Rest In Peace.|
Added: Oct. 7, 2015
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