Person Sheet


Name David Lombard329
Birth 16 Nov 1650, Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts
Death 17 Aug 1715, Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts
Occupation Weaver
Cause of death Accidental
Father John Lombard (-1672)
Mother Joanna Pritchard (-1690)
Spouses:
1 Margaret Filley330
Birth 1655, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
Death 15 Mar 1714, Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts
Father William Filley (ca1617-1686)
Mother Margaret ??? (ca1621-)
Marriage 7 Apr 1675, Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts
Children: Margaret (1676-1676)
Mary (1677-1759)
Margaret (1679-1759)
Abigail (1682-1757)
John (1685-1750)
David (1687-<1689)
David (1690-1743)
Ebenezer (1692-1780)
Joseph (1696-1721)
Medical Notes for David Lombard
He "died by misfortune." A family tradition has that he was riding up the lower part of Main Street in Springfield with two oxen and a cart and somehow fell forward and the cart ran over his neck.
Misc. Notes
He was one of those who promised work on the fortifications of the new meeting house in Springfield on 5 Feb 1677, along with his cousins James and John Dorchester and his uncle Nathaniel Pritchard.

David was appointed fence viewer on 9 Feb. 1679. He was chosen as constable for a year on 9 Mar 1702, but he hired Samuel Warner to serve in his place and the town forund that acceptable. He was chosen highway surveyor on 14 Mar 1709.

He died intestate, undoubtedly due to the accidental nature of his death. His estate is inventoried in the Hampshire Co. probate records (v. 4, p. 5). His son John Lombard was the administrator.

Fortson331 recounts a traditional story about his activities in the Indian wars.

Four of his children were among the first settlers of Brimfield. The rest remained in Springfield.
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