Adam Mott (son of John Mott and Elizabeth) was born 1596 in Essex, England, and died August 12, 1661 in Portsmouth, RI. He married (1) Elizabeth Creel on October 28, 1616 in Saffron, England. He married (2) Sarah Lott on May 11, 1635 in Horseheath Parish, Cambridge, England.
Notes for Adam Mott: Belonged to the parish of Saffron Walden, Co. Essex, England
Came to New England in the ship named Defence on 02 Jul 1635 being 39 years of age, with his wife Sarah, 31, and 5 children, 4 by his first wife and a girl age 4 named Mary Lott who was a child of his wife's former husband. His passage stated he came from Cambridge.
25 May 1636 he was listed as free man at Roxbury, MA. He and his wife were members of First Church at Roxbury. He soon moved to Hingham where he had a grant of land. In 1636, at Portsmouth, he and others were admitted inhabitants of the island of Aquidneck. On 23 June 1638, he had a grant of land on the west side of the spring. On 06 Sep 1638, the Massachussetts authorities directed the constable of Hingham to attach him and bring him before the Governor but he had relocated out of their jurisdiction. On 12 Jan 1640, he and others were chosen to lay out lands at Portsmouth. On 16 Mar 1641, he was a freeman. In 1642, he was Clerk of the Military Company. On 27 May 1644, he was granted an addition to his lot. On 30 Sep 1653, he deeded son Adam 12 acres. In 1655, he was a freeman. On 02 Apr 1661, he wrote his will and it was proved 31 Aug 1661
More About Adam Mott and Elizabeth Creel: Marriage: October 28, 1616, Saffron, England.
More About Adam Mott and Sarah Lott: Marriage: May 11, 1635, Horseheath Parish, Cambridge, England.