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Capt. Nicholas OLMSTED
Sarah LOOMIS
Mary [THURSTON?]
Husband:  Nicholas OLMSTED
Baptism:  15 Feb 1611/2, Fairsted, ESS
Death:  31 Aug 1684, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 
Migration-1:  1632, London to Boston on the Lyon (same crossing as John & Abigail (EDDY) BENJAMIN
Migration-2:  1634, to Hartford, Hartford Co., CT
Military:  1675, King Philip's War, Capt. of Dragoons, Hartford, CT 
Father:  James OLMSTED III
Mother:  Joyce CORNISH
Marriage-1:  28 Sep 1640
Wife-1:  Sarah LOOMIS
Birth:  1617, ESS
Death:  1667 or 1684, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT
Migration:  1638, presumably arrived in Boston on the Susan and Ellen with her father 
Father:  Joseph LOOMIS
Mother:  Mary WHITE
Marriage-2:
Wife-2:  Mary [THURSTON?]
Birth:  of Wethersfield, CT
Other Spouse:  m1. Dr. Thomas LORD
Children with Sarah LOOMIS  born in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT:
1.  Sarah OLMSTED, b. 1641 
2.  Elizabeth OLMSTED, b. 20 Nov 1642 
3.  Mabel OLMSTED, b. ca. 1645 
4.  Mary OLMSTED, b. 20 Nov 1646
5.  Rebecca OLMSTED, b. 12 Mar 1647/8
6.  John OLMSTED, b. ca. 3 Feb 1649/50
7.  Samuel OLMSTED, b. 1653 
8.  Joseph OLMSTED (Sr.), b. 1654
Child with Mary [THURSTON?]:
9.  Thomas OLMSTED
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; UK, United Kingdom, ENG, England, Essex;  USA, US, United States, Connecticut

Sources:

1.  Henry King Olmsted & George K. Ward.  1912. Genealogy of the Olmsted family in America:  Embracing the Descendants of James and Richard Olmsted and Covering a Period of Nearly Three Centuries, 1631-1912.  A.T. de la Mare Printing & Publ. Co. Ltd., NY (available in facsimile from Higginsons Books).

2.  Elisha S. Loomis.  1908.  Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America and His Antecedents in the Old World:  the Original Published by Elias Loomis, 1875.  Self-published (facsimile available from the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston).

3.  The Olmsted Family in America [link died] by Steven M. Lawson.

4.  Charles Edward Banks.  1930.  The Planters of the Commonwealth.  Houghton-Mifflin, Boston.
p. 99 LYON, William Peirce, Master, sailed from London June 22 and arrived September 16 at Boston.  'He brought one hundred and twenty three passengers, whereof fifty children, all in health.  They had been twelve weeks aboard and eight weeks from Land's End.'1
p. 101 JAMES OLMSTEAD
Mrs. Joyce Olmstead
Nehemiah Olmstead
Nicholas Olmstead
Richard Olmstead
John Olmstead
Rebecca Olmstead
of Fairstead, county Essex Cambridge
1Winthrop:  Journal, I, 92.
Be aware that Banks is not a primary source and these are not necessarily actual passenger lists.  They are compiled probable or possible lists based on other, circumstantial evidence.

5.  Gary Boyd Roberts.  1995.  Ancestors of American Presidents.  New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, p. 27.

6.  Timothy Hopkins.  1932.  John Hopkins of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1634, and Some of His Descendants.  Stanford Univ. Press, Stanford, CA.  As a footnote on p. 23:
Elizabeth was the daughter of Capt. Nicholas Olmstead, bapt. 15 February 1612, and Sarah Loomis, b. 1617.  He was son of James Olmstead, b. in England 4 December 1580, and came from Great Leighs, Essex, England, in 1632.  He was Captain of Dragoons raised in Hartford for active servce in King Philip's war, 1675.  (Connecticut Society Colonial Dames [1907], p. 272.)

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