M, b. circa 1704, d. between 1769 and 10 May 1770
|Father||Lieut. Thomas Nickerson b. c 1670, d. b 3 Aug 1736|
|Mother||Mary Bangs b. 14 Apr 1671, d. b Jul 1745|
Nathaniel and Hannah had children: Issacher  [m. Hannah], Nathaniel [10/10/1732-1769] [m. Annice or Eunice Sellick], Nathan [ 10/10/1732] [m. Abigail], Ephriam [m. Sarah Knifeton], Thomas, Edward [-1825] [m. 12/24/1761 Sarah Dane], Joseph [-1796] [m. Martha Noble & 2nd. Sarah], Ruth  & Hannah [m. Mr. Bayley]. Nathaniel was born circa 1704 in Chatham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Nathaniel and his brother William removed from Chatham and settled in Ridgebury, Connecticut in Fairfield County in the late 1720's. Soon after Nathaniel and his family along with others in Ridgebury moved across the state line into The Oblong in Putnam County, New York. Later still, he moved north into Dutchess County where he settled in the Poughkeepsie area. Nathaniel married Hannah Hamblin. Nathaniel departed this life in Phillip's Patent, The Oblong, Westchester County, New York. Nathaniel deeded his property to his son, Nathaniel in 1769 and his widow was made executor of his estate on 10 May 1770.
|Hannah Hamblin d. a 1770|