George, Rowely,propr.1643. Son George b. about 1630.(Depos.) The Gen. Court referred his will to Salem Court 11 Nov. 1647.Inv. taken 30 Aug. 1649: house, land. etc: some lands at Newbury; 30 books; household effects.We learn of his family from the folg; his son Thomas A. of Rowley made will 5(7) prob. 27 7 1659; beq. to wife Dorothy, father-in-law Richard Swan, bros. George, Nehemiah and Thomas, of Concord, sold 25 Nov. 1659 land at Rowley formerly belonging to their father George A., dec., subject to life of widow Dorthy A.
Taken from THE PIONEERS OF MASSACHUSETTS
The reason I think that Thomas youngest son of George and Mary of Rowley could be the Thomas that married Sarah Steward and lived in Andover is because they used the name Dorothy.
First Settlers of New England :
Thomas Abbott of Rowley, Presumed to be the youngest s. of George of the same, b. in England is said to have died without issue 7 Sept. 1659.Thomas, Andover, whose f. is not kn.may have come later from Eng. than others of the name, or been b. here, m. 15 Dec. 1664, Sarah Steward