|Birth: ||Jan. 13, 1682|
|Death: ||Oct. 15, 1758|
Thomas was a farmer and "gentlemen," his home was near the Charlestown line. In 1713 he was hired by Peter Tufts to act as town Constable in his place. Thomas was a prominant citizen of Malden and a large land owner. In December of 1737 Lt.Thomas Burditt was choosen a member of the new South Precinct committee in Malden, as was reported to Boston and indorsed by Govenor Belcher. A few days later Capt.Green, Benjamin Blaney and Lt. Thomas Burditt were chosen "agents, to assert ye said Precinct rights of ye ministeriall Lands..." He was included in serveral other committee events up until about 1750. On 03 Oct 1751 he was choosen an elder of the South Parish Church and meeting
house. In the 1730's he is known as Lieutenant Thomas Burditt, possibly for his duty in the Colonial Militia. His will was dated 28 July 1758 and proved 20 Nov 1758, but there was a disputed over his estate, of which one Negro man Servant, named Jeffrey was sold to Ezra Green, of Malden on 8Feb1762, for thirty-seven pounds, by Thomas'
heirs, Thomas, Jabez, Joseph, Jacob Burditt, and Samuel
Sweetser(husband of Mary Burditt). Lieutenant of the Malden Military Company, 1737.
Thomas Burditt (1655 - 1729)
Elizabeth Chamberlain Burditt (1652 - 1717)
Mary Sargeant Burditt (1686 - 1761)
Jabez Burditt (1713 - 1795)*
Joseph Burditt (1716 - 1749)*
Bell Rock Cemetery
Created by: Andrew Burdett
Record added: Dec 04, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 23248995
Added by: Anonymous
The Guardian (inactive)
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