The Thomas Powers originally lived on the western border of Littleton, adjoining the town of Harwood. He moved to Wellington, Hardwick, Quobben and Greenwich.
Thomas died in 1733 and Mary followed in 1756.
Old Style Calendar
Before 1752 the year began on Lady Day, March 25th,. Dates between January 1st and March 24th were at the end of the year. Old Style (O.S.) and New Style (N.S.) are used to indicate whether the year has been adjusted. Often both dates are used.
Littleton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts was first settled in 1686 by English settlers and was the the location of the Native American village called Nashoba Plantation
Estate inventories give us a glance into the home life of Colonial Americans.
The New England Meetinghouse was the only municipal building in a town. Both worship and civil meetings were held there. It was customary for men and women to sit separately and the town chose a committee once a year to assign seats according to what was paid, age, and dignity.
Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, by George Thomas Little, Henry Sweetser Burrage, Albert Roscoe Stubbs, Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1909
Thomas [Powers], born 1667, married (first) Elizabeth, whose maiden name is not recorded and who died May 25, 1698, and (second) Mary, daughter of Nathaniel Harwood (sic), of Concord, October 25, 1702. Mary Harwood was born February 5, 1676.
Thomas Power lived on the westerly borders of the town of Littleton, adjoining the town of Harwood and he lived in Wellington, Hardwick, Quobben and Greenwich, and his descendants were residents of Greenwich, Enfield and Pittsford, Vermont, and the best known of them was Hiram Powers, the sculptor, who was a son of Stephen and Sarah Perry and grandson of Dr. Stephen and Lydia Drew, of Woodstock, Vermont.
Connecticut's first European settlers were Dutch.
from Encyclopedia of Biography
Thomas Powers, son of Walter Power, was born at Littleton, in 1667. He is the ancestor of large families at Greenwich and Enfield, Massachusetts, and at Pittsford, Vermont Hiram Powers, the sculptor, was a descendant. Thomas Powers moved from Littleton to Willington, Connecticut, thence to Hardwick,
Joseph, bom December 1, 1692;
Children by second wife:
Phineas, born 1704, lived at Hardwick and Champlain, New York;
James, at Greenwich: . . .