Individual Details

Thomas Clemence

(1634 - 1688)

Thomas was born in England, his parents unknown. He married Elizabeth, her parents also unknown. Both were living in Providence, Rhode Island. Thomas's home is recorded at the Library of Congress with photos, floor plans, construction details, 'this house is probably the most authentic surviving example of a seventeenth-century, stone-ender Rhode Island House'. Thomas was 'One of those who staid and went not away' during King Philips War. He was a big supporter of peace, endorsed the idea, of a local document: Salus Populi, health of the people. He and Elizabeth had children, they deeded land to their kids.

Events

Birth1634
MarriageAbt 1650Providence, British America - Elizabeth Unknown Clemence
Civil9 Jan 1654Land, 8 acres of meadow - Providence, British America
Civil1655Freeman - Providence, British America
Civil19 Feb 1665Land
Civil1676Providence, British America
Civil1681Land deed to son - Providence, British America
Death1688Providence, British America
Will16 May 1688Providence, British America
CivilTown services - Providence, British America
BurialUnknown,

Families

SpouseElizabeth Unknown Clemence (1632 - 1721)
ChildRichard Clemence (1659 - 1723)
ChildThomas Clemence (1655 - 1723)
ChildContent Clemence (1667 - 1696)
ChildElizabeth Clemence (1673 - )

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