Descendants of Adam Blackman
Generation No. 1
1. ADAM1 BLACKMAN died March 16, 1664/65 in Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut.
He married SARAH SCOTTOW April 01, 1675.
Notes for ADAM BLACKMAN:
Three Pioneers Named Blackman came to Massachusetts Bay Colony from England
before 1640. Rev. Adam Blackman was minister of Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, and
afterward of Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, where he died March 16,1665, leaving
John, Benjamin, Joseph, James, Samuel, and Deliverance and several daughters.
Rev. Benjamin Blackman settled at Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts, graduated from
Harvard College in 1663, and married Sarah Scottow April 1, 1675. The third was
John, mentioned below. According to tradition they were brothers. The same
names occur in each family. According to a tradition mentioned by Elisha
Blackman of Hanover, Pennsylvania, the family was wealthy in England, but
property descended to the elder branch after the law of the land, and the
younger sons came to America. The Blackman family of London and the East Indies
bears arms. Ermine three lions rampart within a bordure on a crest. A
griffin ermine. Another Blackman Armorial: a demi-Moor in fetters crowned
with an eastern coronet. Another probably very ancient: a demi-griffin vert.
More About ADAM BLACKMAN and SARAH SCOTTOW:
Marriage: April 01, 1675.
Children of ADAM BLACKMAN and SARAH SCOTTOW are:
2. i. JOHN2 BLACKMAN, b. 1624, England; d. April 28, 1675, Dorchester, Massachusetts.
ii. BENJAMIN BLACKMAN.
iii. JOSEPH BLACKMAN.
iv. JAMES BLACKMAN.
v. SAMUEL BLACKMAN.
vi. DELIVERANCE BLACKMAN.
Generation No. 2
2. JOHN2 BLACKMAN (ADAM1) was born 1624 in England, and died April 28, 1675,
in Dorchester, Massachusetts. He married (1) SARAH. He married (2) MARY POND 1650.
Notes for JOHN BLACKMAN:
John Blackman, immigrant ancestor of this family was born in England about
1625. He died April 28, 1675. An inventory of his estate is dated May 28,
1675. He was one of the one hundred and two petitioners to
the general court, Oct 9, 1664, to adhere to their original patent. He was admitted a freeman
More About JOHN BLACKMAN and MARY POND:
Children of JOHN BLACKMAN and SARAH are:
i. SARAH3 BLACKMAN, b. July 17, 1659.
ii. JOHN BLACKMAN, b. August 10, 1656.
iii. JONATHAN BLACKMAN.
iv. MARY BLACKMAN, b. October 18, 1663.
v. BENJAMIN BLACKMAN.
vi. ADAM BLACKMAN.
vii. ABRAHAM BLACKMAN.
Children of JOHN BLACKMAN and MARY POND are:
3. viii. JOSEPH3 BLACKMAN, b. June 27, 1661; d. May 20, 1720, Lebanon,
New London, Connecticut.
ix. JONATHON BLACKMAN, b. January 01, 1657/58.
x. BENJAMIN BLACKMAN, b. December 31, 1665.
Generation No. 3
3. JOSEPH3 BLACKMAN (JOHN2, ADAM1) was born June 27, 1661, and died May 20,
1720, in Lebanon, New London, Connecticut. He married ELIZABETH CHURCH.
Notes for JOSEPH BLACKMAN:
Joseph Blackman b. June 27, 1661, m. Elizabeth, Daughter of Joseph & Mary
(Tucker) Church. Joseph Church was probably born at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts about
1638 and married Mary Tucker at Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, Dec. 30, 1660. He died at Little
Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, in 1711. They had 10 children. Joseph Church was one of 12
children born to Richard & Elizabeth (Warren) Church.
Richard Church was born in England about 1608 and died at Dedham, Massachusetts,
in 1668. He was of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630. He moved to Plymouth before
1632. He m. Elizabeth (daughter of Richard & Elizabeth (Warren) who died at
Hingham, March 4, 1670.
Richard Warren was a Passenger on the Historic "Mayflower". His wife
Elizabeth and their 5 daughters came to Plymouth on the ship "Ann" in 1623.
Richard died in Plymouth in 1628; Elizabeth died in Plymouth Oct. 1673; they
had 7 children.
Joseph Blackman moved
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