Born in Shrewsbury March 28, 1760 and died unmarried July 25, 1781.
Nahum Ward died. The house was left to his sons Artemas and Elisha.
Thomas Ward paid Moses Cloughlin to build a New England style barn, but it was probably not on the Ward farm; instead, it may have been on the Henshaw farm, an adjacent tenant farm he owned.
Old Sturbridge Village researchers studied the house.