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Kimbell, N

1st Tier

Deacon Nathaniel Kimball b 1770  and d 1855, Wenham

Wenham deeds; 1793 carpenter, 1796 joiner, 1798 housewright, wheelwright, carpenter 1805, 1806, 1809, 1810 wheelwright and 1822

Nathan Kimball b 1785 NH – d 1859 Lowell, MA

Amesbury deeds 1810, 1812 and 1813 joiner.

Tewksbury deeds 1825 joiner, 1825, 1830 carpenter

Lowell deed 1840 carpenter

Nathaniel Kimball (Jr.)

1803-1805 three Plaistow, NH deeds, joiner. In Plaistow 1777-1821.

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1st Tier

Deacon Nathaniel Kimball b 1770 in Wenham – d 1855 Wenham

m Rebecca Moulton 1793, m Rhoda Day 1843

parents Thomas and Mary Cross

Deacon in 1826 in Wenham

Wenham deeds; 1793 carpenter, 1796 joiner, 1798 housewright and wheelwright, 1805 housewright and wheelwright, 1806 carpenter, 1809 carpenter, 1810 wheelwright, 1822 carpenter and wheelwright, with yeoman the most common trade after 1811

Census from 1820 through 1840 indicate agriculture, and 1850 census listed as a farmer

His inventory includes extensive real estate, a lot of old tools (not defined) plus timber and logs

 

 

Nathan Kimball b 1785 NH – d 1859 Lowell, MA

m Martha, sons David and Jonathan.

Nathan is listed as a carpenter, born in NH, with parents Jonathan and Sarah in the town’s 1859 recording of his death.

Amesbury deeds 1810, 1812 and 1813 joiner.

Tewksbury deeds 1825 joiner, 1825, 1830 carpenter

Lowell deed 1840 carpenter

Inventory includes bank notes and a lot of carpenter tools appraised at $25

 

 

 

Nathaniel Kimball (Jr.)

1803-1805 three Plaistow, NH deeds, joiner. In Plaistow 1777-1821.

Wife Sally (Sarah). Gent and Esq in deeds from 1813 to 1818.

 

2nd Tier

Deacon Nathaniel Kimball b 1733 Ipswich – d 1819 Ipswich (too early for the known bench plane)

m Elizabeth, sons Nathaniel, Moses, Jonathan, David and James. Nathaniel, the son, was a cordwainer.

Deeds 1767, 1769, 1773, 1774, 1783, 1791 and 1792 housewright

The inventory includes carpenter’s tools $4 and a turner’s lathe

(This family was included in The History of the Kimball Family in America, but it presents a different wife, an early move to NH and a different death date. However, this alternative material is believed correct as some of the deeds describe land parcels found in the Ipswich based probate records from 1819.)

 

 

 

 

 

1811 Nathan Kimball 1811, Preston CT probate and inventory “a number of tools in the shop, such as, broad axe, augers, gouges, chisels, saws, jointer plains”, plus farm items, household, livestock. Born 1732, probably too early.

 

1810 Nathaniel Kimball, Exeter, NH, joiner, probate and inventory with jointer plains, molding plains, shop bench, shop, but was born in 1733, probably too early.

 

1790 census included Nathan(8), Nathaniel (9), Noah (3) and Nicholas (1) … ME (5), CT (1), RI (1), MA (8), NH (6)

Fore plane

Figured fruitwood, 23 3/4” long, 3 5/16” wide, tote offset 3/8”, diamond strike, heavy round chamfers on top of body

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