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Age 81. Passed away June 1, 2018 in Big Bear, Calif. Vannessa was born on June 4, 1937 in Morning Sun, Ohio. She lived in the Antelope Valley for 59 years. Vannessa loved music, signing, traveling and spending time with family and friends.
She was proceeded in death by her husband Rodney G. Koehler (2016). son John Koehler (1983) and grandson Jonathon Beazel (1996).
She is survived by four children, Vannessa Caringella (Tom), James Koehler (Sue), Florence Bistline (Joe), Karl Koehler, Nancy David (Mark) and Alice White (Richard). She was blessed with 13 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Also, her sister Patricia Martin of Lakeland, Florida, along with numerous nieces and nephews.
Funeral for Flora Vannessa Koehler will be 9:00 am on June 8, 2018 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saint 1701 West Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA 93534. Grave Side will be at Joshua Memorial Park, 808 East Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA 93535. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Halley Olsen Murphy Funerals & Cremations. If you would like to send flowers, please send them to Halley Olsen Murphy at 44831 N. Cedar Ave, Lancaster, CA 93534. 
Marsh, Flora Vanessa (I1295754834)
 
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Godparents Michael Flynn and Ann Philliben 
Flynn, Honor (I1295827608)
 
3 ! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157.Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a)1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W.Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.

!Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr.of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-1 729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-6 8.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote hiswill. Wholeestate to b e divided equally amongst my children Jonathan,John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, D aniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-1 729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-6 8.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan BigelowSr. of Hartford, CT wrote hiswill. Whole estate to b e divided equally amongstmy children Jonathan,John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, D aniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Danieland Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol.II,Hartford District 1700-1 729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-6 8.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote hiswill. Whole estate to b e divided equally amongst my children Jonathan,John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, D aniel and Samuel.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-1 729, ed.by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-6 8.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Jonathan Bigelow.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote hiswill. Whole estate to b e divided equally amongst my children Jonathan,John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, D aniel and Samuel. 
Bigelow, Abigail (I1295750216)
 
4 ! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157.Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1906) p.12. Cites: (a) Vol. XI, p.167-168; Court Record p.61,99. (b) Vol. XII, p.5.

! Birth: (1a) s/o Jonathan Bigelow.
Marriage to Sarah __: (2a)
Death: (2a) Will dtd 4 Sep 1731, inventory dtd 23 Sep 1731, Hartford, CT.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Biggelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary,Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel. I give all my housing and lands in equal proportion between my three youngest sons, Joseph Bigelow, DanielBigelow and Samuel Bigelow. Appoints wife Mary Bigelow and son Joseph Bigelow executors.
(2a) 1731, 4 Sep: Joseph Biggelow of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Gives to wife Sarah 1/3 part of all my moveables and personal estate at her own disposal; also the use of the half of my dwelling house, the half of my orchard,and the half of all the other buildings now standing upon the land whereon I now dwell, and 1/3 part of all my land, for and during her natural life. Gives to three sons Joseph, Elisha and Josiah, all my housing and land, to be equallydivided between them (yet so as that my wife shall have the use above mentioned). My will is that my three sons above mentioned shall pay to my three daughters, Sarah, Mary and Abigail, 80 pounds in money to each of them. Gives to kinsman Jonathan Williams 10 pounds. Appoints Capt. John Whiting of Hartford and wifeSarah Biggelow and son Joseph Biggelow to be executors. Signed Joseph Biggelow. Wits. Nathaniel Stanly, John White, Jacob White.
(2a) 1731, 23 Sep: Inventory of the estate of Joseph Biggelow of Hartford, CT, taken by Joseph Cook, Joseph Webster and Samuel Webster. Valued at 1494.15.04.
(2a) 1731/2, 19 Feb: Willproved, Hartford, CT.
(2a) 1733, 9 Oct: The executors of the estate of JosephBiggelow exhibit an account of their administration, and report the estate indebted 178.13.09 more than the moveable estate.
(2b) 1734, 31 May: The executorsof the estate of Joseph Biggelow, per act of the General Assembly of 9 May 1734, give notice of sale of land, Wednesday, 19 Jun, at 2 of the clock, at beat of drum, to the highest bidder, land with house, barn, shop, and orchard on it,to say 10 acres and 1/2, the lot bought of John Williams, shoemaker, on the road to Wethersfield.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford,CT, 1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1906) p.12. Cites: (a) Vol. XI, p.167-168; Court Record p.61,99. (b) Vol. XII, p.5.

! Birth: (1a) s/o Jonathan Bigelow.
Marriage to Sarah __: (2a)
Death: (2a) Will dtd 4 Sep 1731, inventory dtd 23Sep 1731, Hartford, CT.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Biggelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my childrenJonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel. I giveall my housing and lands in equal proportion between my three youngest sons, Joseph Bigelow, Daniel Bigelow and Samuel Bigelow. Appoints wife Mary Bigelow and son Joseph Bigelow executors.
(2a) 1731, 4 Sep: Joseph Biggelow of Hartford,CT wrote his will. Gives to wife Sarah 1/3 part of all my moveables and personal estate at her own disposal; also the use of the half of my dwelling house, the half of my orchard, and the half of all the other buildings now standing upon the land whereon I now dwell, and 1/3 part of all my land, for and during hernatural life. Gives to three sons Joseph, Elisha 
Bigelow, Joseph (I1295750128)
 
5 ! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157.Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68. (b) Court Record, p.26,27,105,106.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1906) p.11-12. Cites: (a) Vol.XI, p.331; Court Record p.92,94,100,106. (b) Vol. XII, p.55.

! Birth: (1a,b) s/o Jonathan Bigelow. (1b) Age 18 on 5 Feb 1710/11 (b. 1692/3). Age 20 on 6 Jan 1712/3 (b. 1692/3).
Marriage to Elizabeth __: (2a) Widow named Elizabeth.
Death: (2a) 14 May 1733, Hartford, CT.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan BigelowSr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongstmy children Jonathan, John, Mary, Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel. I give all my housing and lands in equal proportion between my three youngest sons, Joseph Bigelow, Daniel Bigelow and Samuel Bigelow. Appoints wife Mary Bigelow and son Joseph Bigelow executors.
(1b) 1710/11, 5 Feb: Daniel Bigelow, 18 years of age, and Samuel Bigelow, 16 years of age, sons of Jonathan Bigelow, Sen., late of Hartford, dec'd, chose their uncle Thomas Olcott to be theirguardian.
(1b) 1712/3, 6 Jan: The Hartford, CT court appointed Samuel Bentonto be guardian of Daniel Bigelow, 20 years of age, son of Jonathan Bigelow.
(2a) 1733, 3 Jun: At the Court of Probate at Hartford, CT, 16.16.09 of moveableswas set out to Elizabeth Biggelow, the relict of Daniel Biggelow, late of Hartford, decd., for her necessary support.
(2a) 1733, 5 Jun: Inventory of the estate of Daniel Biggelow of Hartford, CT taken by Timothy Cowles and Nehemiah Olmsted. Valued at 119.05.08. Hannah Biggelow, a daughter of Daniel Biggelow, choseWilliam Bidwell of Hartford to be her guardian, and the court also appointed him guardian to Martha Biggelow, age 11 years, and Daniel Biggelow, age 8 years.Recoog. 150 pounds.
(2a) 1733, 5 Jul: Administration of the estate of DanielBiggelow granted to William Bidwell.
(2a) 1733, 6 Nov: William Bidwell, administrator of the estate of Daniel Biggelow, exhibited an account of his administration and supposes the estate to be insolvent. Five months allowed for the presentation of claims.
(2a) 1733/4, 5 Feb: William Bidwell, administrator of theestate of Daniel Biggelow, presented a further addition of debts. The court appointed Joseph Cowles and John Pitkin of Hartford commissioners to receive andexamine claims against the estate.
(2b) 1737, 1 Jun: The Probate Court at Hartford appointed Elizabeth Biggelow to be guardian to her children, Elizabeth, age 8 years, and Thankful, 6 years of age.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.156-157. Cites: (a) Vol. VIII, p.65-68. (b)Court Record, p.26,27,105,106.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1906) p.11-12. Cites: (a) Vol. XI, p.331; Court Record p.92,94,100,106. (b) Vol. XII, p.55.

! Birth: (1a,b) s/o Jonathan Bigelow. (1b) Age 18on 5 Feb 1710/11 (b. 1692/3). Age 20 on 6 Jan 1712/3 (b. 1692/3).
Marriage toElizabeth __: (2a) Widow named Elizabeth.
Death: (2a) 14 May 1733, Hartford,CT.

(1a) 1710/11, 8 Jan: Jonathan Bigelow Sr. of Hartford, CT wrote his will. Whole estate to be divided equally amongst my children Jonathan, John, Mary,Sarah, Violet, Joseph, Abigail, Daniel and Samuel. I give all my housing and lands in equal proportion between my three youngest sons, Joseph Bigelow, DanielBigelow and Samuel Bigelow. Appoints wife Mary Bigelow and son Joseph Bigelow executors.
(1b) 1710/11, 5 Feb: Daniel Bigelow, 18 years of age, and Samuel Bigelow, 16 years of age, sons of Jonathan Bigelow, Sen., late of Hartford, dec'd,chose their uncle Thomas Olcott to be their guar 
Bigelow, Daniel (I1295750307)
 
6 ! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.98-99. Cites: (a) Vol. VII, p.91093.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From theNew England Historical and Genealogical Register" (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). "Descendants of Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard, Naman Sheppard, andA.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.390.
(3) "John and Mary Warren) Bigelow," by NorrisTaylor (http://members.tripod.com/~ntgen/bw/big_index.html, 1998) viewed 22 May 2001. Cites; (a) "The Bigelow Family in America," by Gilman Bigelow Howe (Boston, Charles Hamilton, 1890). (b) "Genealogies & History of Watertown," by Bond. (c) NEHGS "Register," Oct 1910.

! Birth: (1a,2) d/o Samuel Olcott. (3) Bef. 1660.
Marriage to Jonathan Bigelow: (1a) Samuel Olcott's will left to his daughter Mary Bigelow's children, 1 Dec 1703. (2)
Death: (2) 7 Mar 1697.

(1a) 1703, 1 Dec: Samuel Olcott wrote his will. Gives to daughter Mary Bigelow'schildren, to be equally divided between them, the whole of my land in the SouthMeadow, lying in two parcels, or 20 pounds in good country pay, which my executors shall choose, and I allow them the space of 10 years to determine their choice.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.98-99. Cites: (a) Vol. VII, p.91093.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut FamiliesFrom the New England Historical and Genealogical Register" (Genealogical Pub.Co., Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). "Descendants ofEdward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard, Naman Sheppard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.390.
(3) "John and Mary Warren) Bigelow,"by Norris Taylor (http://members.tripod.com/~ntgen/bw/big_index.html, 1998) viewed 22 May 2001. Cites; (a) "The Bigelow Family in America," by Gilman BigelowHowe (Boston, Charles Hamilton, 1890). (b) "Genealogies & History of Watertown," by Bond. (c) NEHGS "Register," Oct 1910.

! Birth: (1a,2) d/o Samuel Olcott. (3) Bef. 1660.
Marriage to Jonathan Bigelow: (1a) Samuel Olcott's will leftto his daughter Mary Bigelow's children, 1 Dec 1703. (2)
Death: (2) 7 Mar 1697.

(1a) 1703, 1 Dec: Samuel Olcott wrote his will. Gives to daughter Mary Bigelow's children, to be equally divided between them, the whole of my land inthe South Meadow, lying in two parcels, or 20 pounds in good country pay, whichmy executors shall choose, and I allow them the space of 10 years to determinetheir choice.

! (1) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-1 729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.98-99. Cites: (a) Vol. VII, p.91093.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,NamanShep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.390.
(3) "John and Mary Warren) Bigelow," by Norris Taylor(http://members.tripod.com/~ntgen/bw/ big_index.html, 1998) viewed 22 May2001. Cites; (a) "The Bigelow Family in America," by Gilm an Bigelow Howe(Boston, Charles Hamilton, 1890). (b) "Genealogies & History ofWatertown," b y Bond. (c) NEHGS "Register," Oct 1910.

! Birth: (1a,2) d/o SamuelOlcott. (3) Bef. 1660.
Marriage to Jonathan Bigelow: (1a) Samuel Olcott's will left to hisdaughter Mary Bigelow' s children, 1 Dec 1703. (2)
Death: (2) 7 Mar 1697.

(1a) 1703, 1 Dec: Samuel Olcott wrote his will. Gives to daughterMaryBigelow's children , to be equally divided between them, the whole of myland in the South Meadow, lying in tw o parcels, or 20 pounds in goodcountry pay,which my executors shall choose, and I allow the 
Olcott, Mary (I1295773006)
 
7 ! (1) "Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut," by Lucius BarnesBarbour (Genealogical Pub . Co., Baltimore, 1977) p.547. FHL #974.62 H1D2b.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750(Hartford, 1906) p.111-112. Cites: (a) Vol.XIV, p.9 . (b) Vol. XIII,p.112.
(3) Berkshire Co., MA Deeds. (a) Vol. 22, p.11. FHL #872,086. (b) Vol.33, p.240. FHL #872, 092. (c) Vol. 8, p.159. FHL #872,078.
(4) "Hartford Times," Genealogical Page, 31 Jul 1954-16 Oct 1954. FHLFiche 6,333,836, shee t 4. B-6709 - (4) E.E.S.A. July 10, 1954.
(5) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of No rman Morrison.

! Birth: (1,4) d/o John Smith/Anna Allwood. (2a) Age 13 on 6 Jul 1742(b. 1729). d/o John Sm ith. (4) 1727/8, Hartford, CT. (5) NormandMorrison called her his daughter in his will.
Baptism: (1) 10 Nov 1728, First Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Robert Nevins: (1) (2b) Before 16 Oct 1752. (4) 1774.(NOTE: See notes below. D istribution of her father's estate in 1752shows her married name as Nevins.) (5) Was wife o f Robert Nevins in 1761.
Marriage to Capt. Hugh Lillie: (1) Capt. Hugh Lillie. (4) Hugh Sedlie1770. (NOTE: Could th is marriage be for another Mary? Source 4 says thiswas her 1st marriage, but the dates give n clearly prove it was not.)

(2a) 1742, 6 Jul: The Hartford, CT Court chose Col. John WHITING andCapt. George WYLLYS o f Hartford to be guardiansto Mary SMITH, age 13years, and William SMITH, age 11 years, chil dren of JohnSMITH.
(2b) 1752, 16 Oct: A discharge from the heirs of John SMITH, sometimeofHartford, merchant , to their honoured mother, Anne SMITH, now AnneMORRISON, with Capt. David WILLIAMS of Wethe rsfield, executors, theheirs now being of lawful age and having each received 1,000 pounds bills of credit in hand paid or secured to be paid by our honoured fatherand mother, Norman d and Anne MORRISON,both of Hartford, do exeonerateand discharge them from all claims or de mands;also discharge ourguardians, Col. John WHITING and Col. George WYLLYS. SignedGeorg eSMITH, Robert NEVINS, Mary NEVINS, William SMITH. Wits. RoderickMORRISON, Alexander CAMPBE LL. Recorded 1761.
(5) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives to my stepsons GeorgeSMITH and William SMITH and to my daughter M ary the wife of RobertNEVINS and to their heirs & assigns I give (Two?) whole rights on th esaid Township of Greenoch reserving only 100 acres to the above mentionedThomasFRAZIE R & his son Daniel provided he will settle there.
(3a) 1764, 22 Feb: John WALKER of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, merchant,deeds to George SMI TH, William SMITH, Robert and Mary NEVINE, all ofHartford, for 26 pounds, 13 shillings 4pen ce, two whole rights of twosixty third parts partly lying in Common and undivided of the Tow nshipof land in Berkshire Co., MA... heretofore called Greenock, commonlycalled Hartwood, b eing the same two rights the first of which waslaidout to the heirs of Doctor Normand MORIS ON deceased... by the last willofthe said Normand to the said George, William, Robert and M ary.
(3c) 1767, 30Mar: William SMITH of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, deedsto Mary NEVINS, one 6 3rd part of the Township of land in Berkshire Co.,MA, called Hartwood, being No.11, as lai d out both upon the old and newplan and being one of the Rights originally laid out to the h eirs ofDoctor Norman MORISON.
(3b) 1767, 30 Mar: Mary NEVINS of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, for 5pounds, deeds to Willia m SMITH ofsaid Hartford one whole right or 1/3part of land in Berkshire, MA, now commonly c alled Hartwood, being No.21 on the old plan & No. 40 on the new plan... originally laid ou t tothe heirs of Doctor Normand MORISON late of Hartford, deceased.

! (1) "Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut," by Lucius BarnesBarbour (Genealogical Pub . Co., Baltimore, 1977) p.54 
Smith, Mary (I1295810168)
 
8 ! (1) "Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut," by Lucius BarnesBarbour (Genealogical Pub . Co., Baltimore, 1977) p.547. FHL #974.62 H1D2b.
(2) First Congregational Church, Hartford, CT, records 1685-1811,p.77,123. Connecticut Sta teLibrary. FHL #1,009,615.
(3) 1800 census, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, p.248. FHL #205,618.
(4) Hartford, CT Cemetery Inscriptions, Hale Collection, CenterCemetery, p.16. FHL #3,337.
(5) Hartford, CT Probate Packets 1641-1880, FHL #1,021,564. Probate ofEstate of George Smi th.
(6) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. III, Hartford District 1729-1750(Hartford, 1906) p.111-112. Cites: (a) Vol. XIV, p.9 . (b) Vol.XIII,p.112.
(7) Berkshire Co., MA Deeds. (a) Vol. 22, p.11. FHL #872,086. (b)Vol.33, p.245. FHL #872, 092.
(8) "Hartford Times," Genealogical Page, 31 Jul1954-16 Oct 1954. FHLFiche 6,333,836, shee t 4. B-6709 - (4) E.E.S.A. July 10,1954.
(9) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL#4,555. Will of No rman Morrison.

! Birth: (1,8) s/o John Smith/Anna Allwood. (2) Age 82 at death in 1808(b. 1726). (3) Age o ver 45 in 1800. (6a) Age 15on 6 Jul 1742 (b. 1727).s/o John Smith. (8) 1727, Hartford, CT . (9) Step-sonof Normand Morrison.
Baptism: (1,2) 19 Feb 1726/7, First Congregational Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Ann Cook: (1) (8) 1769.
Death: (2,4) 15 Mar 1808.
Burial: (4) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

(6a) 1742, 6 Jul: George SMITH,a minor, 15 years of age, son of JohnSMITH, late of Hartfo rd, chose Col. JohnWHITING and Capt. George WYLLYSof Hartford to be his guardians.
(6b) 1752, 16Oct: A discharge from the heirs of John SMITH, sometimeof Hartford, merchant ,to their honoured mother, Anne SMITH, now AnneMORRISON, with Capt. David WILLIAMS of Wethe rsfield, executors, theheirs now being of lawful age and having each received 1,000 pounds bills of credit in hand paid or secured to be paid byour honoured fatherand mother, Norman d and Anne MORRISON, both of Hartford, doexeonerateand discharge them from all claims or de mands; also discharge ourguardians, Col. John WHITING and Col. George WYLLYS. Signed Georg eSMITH, RobertNEVINS, Mary NEVINS, William SMITH. Wits. RoderickMORRISON, Alexander CAMPBE LL. Recorded 1761.
(9) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives to my grandson NormanMORISON the land which I purchased of Josia h (SHILSON?) of Suffield & ofElizabeth PHELPS of Hartford adjoining thereto (excepting the l and whichI have already given to my son-in-law George SMITH), together with allthe privileg es thereto belonging which may fully appear by their Deedsto me recorded at Hartford. Tom y stepsons George SMITH and WilliamSMITH and to my daughter Mary the wife ofRobert NEVINS a nd to theirheirs & assigns I give (Two?) whole rights on the said Township ofGreenoch reser ving only 100 acres to the above mentioned ThomasFRAZIER& his son Daniel provided he will s ettle there. I hereby appoint my saidwife Ann & John WALKER & George SMITH my son-in-law t o be the Executorsof this my last will and testament, and for the Trouble they shall be ati n fulfulling this Trust I discharge them of all debts due to me, theyalso discharging mefro m what is due to each of them.
(7a) 1764, 22 Feb: John WALKER of Hartford,Hartford Co., CT, merchant,deeds to George SMI TH, William SMITH, Robert and Mary NEVINE, all ofHartford, for 26 pounds, 13 shillings 4 pen ce, two whole rights of twosixty third parts partly lying in Common and undivided of the Tow nshipof land in Berkshire Co., MA... heretofore called Greenock, commonlycalled Hartwood, b eing the same two rights the first of which was laidout to the heirsof Doctor Normand MORIS ON deceased... by the last willof the said Normand to the said George, William, Robert and M ary.
(7b) 1767, 28 Mar: George SMITH ofHartford, Hartford Co., CT, for 6pounds, deeds to 
Smith, "Captain" George Alpha (I1295812130)
 
9 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.242.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Webster/Agnes.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settlers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.242.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Webster/Agnes.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.242.

!Birth: (1) d/o John Webster/Agnes.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.242.

! Birth: (1)d/o John Webster/Agnes. 
Webster, Elizabeth (I1295719212)
 
10 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,311.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriageto Joseph Easton: (1) 1694.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions tothe Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,311.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Easton: (1) 1694.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ersof Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,311.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Easton:(1) 1694.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathanielGoodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,311.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Easton: (1) 1694. 
Spencer, Sarah (I1295721512)
 
11 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.27."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.
(3) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by AlbertC. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.590.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Cook: (1) 8 Oct 1705. (2,3) 24 Oct 1705, Hartford,CT. (NOTE: 8Oct wa s probably publication of intention.)

(1) Had no children.

! (1)"Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.27."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.
(3) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.590.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriageto Joseph Cook: (1) 8 Oct 1705. (2,3) 24 Oct 1705, Hartford,CT. (NOTE: 8 Oct wa s probably publication of intention.)

(1) Had no children.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.27."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.
(3) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.590.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Cook: (1) 8 Oct 1705. (2,3) 24 Oct 1705, Hartford,CT. (NOTE: 8 Oct wa s probably publication of intention.)

(1) Had no children.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ersof Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.27."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Recordsof Hartford, CT.
(3) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol.XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.590.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Joseph Cook: (1) 8 Oct 1705. (2,3) 24 Oct 1705, Hartford,CT. (NOTE: 8 Oct wa s probablypublication of intention.)

(1) Had no children. 
Spencer, Racheal (I1295760675)
 
12 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 2, Sep1977, p.201."Connecticut Marriages Be fore 1750," Barbour Collection, CT StateLibrary. Marriages of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) 1681, d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah. Age 75 at death on 15 Feb1756 (b. 1681). (2) d /o Samuel Spencer.
Marriage to Cyprian Nichols: (1,2) 24 May 1705. (1) His 2nd wife. (2)Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) 15 Feb 1756.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts,"byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 2, Sep 1977, p.201."Connecticut Marriages Be fore 1750," Barbour Collection, CT StateLibrary. Marriages of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1)1681, d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah. Age 75 at death on 15 Feb1756 (b. 1681). (2) d/o Samuel Spencer.
Marriage to Cyprian Nichols: (1,2) 24 May 1705. (1) His 2ndwife. (2)Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) 15 Feb 1756.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes,or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 2, Sep 1977, p.201."Connecticut Marriages Be fore 1750," Barbour Collection, CT StateLibrary. Marriages of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) 1681, d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah. Age 75 at death on 15Feb1756 (b. 1681). (2) d /o Samuel Spencer.
Marriage to Cyprian Nichols: (1,2) 24 May 1705. (1) His 2nd wife. (2)Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) 15 Feb 1756.

!(1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of theFirst Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,312.
(2) "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 2, Sep1977, p.201."Connecticut Marriages Be fore 1750," Barbour Collection, CT StateLibrary. Marriages of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) 1681, d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah. Age 75 at death on 15 Feb1756 (b. 1681). (2) d /o Samuel Spencer.
Marriage to Cyprian Nichols: (1,2) 24 May 1705. (1) His 2nd wife. (2)Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) 15 Feb 1756.

Ancestral File Number:<AFN> LP03-DJ 
Spencer, Mary (I1295741545)
 
13 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,315.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.614.
(3) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977,p.32."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Nathaniel Humphries: (1) 14 Mar 1709. (2,3) 14 Mar 1708/9,Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Hubbard: (1,2,3) Oct 1715. (2,3) Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the FirstSettl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT,1856) p.310,315.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.614.
(3) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.32."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.MarriageRecords of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Nathaniel Humphries: (1) 14 Mar 1709. (2,3) 14 Mar 1708/9,Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Hubbard: (1,2,3) Oct 1715. (2,3) Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,315.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912)p.614.
(3) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.32."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Recordsof Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Nathaniel Humphries: (1) 14 Mar 1709. (2,3) 14 Mar 1708/9,Hartford, CT.
Marriage toJohn Hubbard: (1,2,3) Oct 1715. (2,3) Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.310,315.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.614.
(3) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 1977, p.32."Connecticut Marriages Befor e 1750," Barbour Collection, Ct. State Lib.Marriage Records of Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Spencer/Sarah.
Marriage to Nathaniel Humphries: (1) 14 Mar 1709. (2,3) 14 Mar 1708/9,Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Hubbard: (1,2,3) Oct 1715. (2,3) Hartford, CT.

Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 8KLC-DV 
Spencer, Agnes (I1295721036)
 
14 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,51.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth: (1) 1678, d/o Richard Edwards/Elizabeth Tuthill. Age about 86at death in 1764 (b . 1678).(2a) d/o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Jonathan Richardson: (1) 1696.
Marriageto William Davenport: (1) 1702. His 2nd wife.
Death: (1) May 1764, Coventry,CT.

(2a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Givesto my four eldes t daughters 10 pounds to each: Elizabeth, Abigail,Ann, Mabell.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,51.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth: (1) 1678, d/o Richard Edwards/Elizabeth Tuthill. Age about 86at death in 1764 (b . 1678). (2a) d/o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Jonathan Richardson: (1) 1696.
Marriage to William Davenport: (1) 1702. His 2nd wife.
Death: (1) May 1764, Coventry, CT.

(2a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to my four eldes t daughters 10 pounds to each: Elizabeth, Abigail,Ann, Mabell.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,51.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth: (1)1678, d/o Richard Edwards/Elizabeth Tuthill. Age about 86at death in 1764 (b .1678). (2a) d/o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Jonathan Richardson: (1) 1696.
Marriage to William Davenport: (1) 1702. His 2nd wife.
Death: (1) May 1764, Coventry, CT.

(2a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to my four eldes t daughters 10 pounds to each: Elizabeth, Abigail,Ann,Mabell.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family HistoryofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,51.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth:(1) 1678, d/o Richard Edwards/Elizabeth Tuthill. Age about 86at death in 1764(b . 1678). (2a) d/o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Jonathan Richardson: (1) 1696.
Marriage to William Davenport: (1) 1702. His 2nd wife.
Death: (1) May 1764, Coventry, CT.

(2a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote hiswill.Gives to my four eldes t daughters 10 pounds to each: Elizabeth, Abigail,Ann, Mabell. 
Edwards, Ann (I1295812857)
 
15 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,52.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records,"comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "The New England Ancestry of Dana Converse Backus," comp. by MaryE. N. Backus (Private ly Printed, Salem, MA: Newcomb & Gauss Co.,Printers, 1949) p.19-20.

! Birth: (1) 8 Jan 1696. (1,4) d/o Richard EDWARDS/Mary TALCOTT. (2) 3Jan 1695/6, Hartford , CT. (2,3a) d/o Richard EDWARDS. (4) 3 Jan 1696.1/2 sister of Rev. Timothy EDWARDS.
Marriage to Joseph BACKUS Jr.: (1) 1 Mar 1722. (4) 1 Mar 1721/2.
Death: (1) Oct1747, Hartford, CT. Age 51. (4) 17 Oct 1747.

(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard EDWARDS of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to daughter Hanna h 140 pounds.

!(1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of theFirst Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,52.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society,"Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "The New England Ancestry of Dana Converse Backus," comp. by MaryE. N. Backus (Private ly Printed, Salem, MA: Newcomb & Gauss Co.,Printers, 1949) p.19-20.

! Birth: (1) 8 Jan 1696. (1,4) d/o Richard EDWARDS/Mary TALCOTT. (2) 3Jan 1695/6, Hartford , CT. (2,3a) d/o Richard EDWARDS. (4) 3 Jan 1696.1/2 sister of Rev. Timothy EDWARDS.
Marriage to Joseph BACKUS Jr.: (1) 1 Mar 1722. (4) 1 Mar 1721/2.
Death: (1) Oct 1747, Hartford, CT. Age 51. (4) 17 Oct 1747.

(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard EDWARDS of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to daughter Hanna h 140 pounds.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford,CT, 1856) p.49,52.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford,1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "The New England Ancestryof Dana Converse Backus," comp. by MaryE. N. Backus (Private ly Printed, Salem, MA: Newcomb & Gauss Co.,Printers, 1949) p.19-20.

! Birth: (1) 8 Jan 1696.(1,4) d/o Richard EDWARDS/Mary TALCOTT. (2) 3Jan 1695/6, Hartford , CT. (2,3a)d/o Richard EDWARDS. (4) 3 Jan 1696.1/2 sister of Rev. Timothy EDWARDS.
Marriage to Joseph BACKUS Jr.: (1) 1 Mar 1722. (4) 1 Mar 1721/2.
Death: (1) Oct 1747, Hartford, CT. Age 51. (4) 17 Oct 1747.

(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard EDWARDSof Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to daughter Hanna h 140 pounds.

! (1)"Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,52.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp.byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "The New England Ancestry of Dana Converse Backus," comp. by MaryE. N. Backus (Private ly Printed, Salem,MA: Newcomb & Gauss Co.,Printers, 1949) p.19-20. 
Edwards, Hannah (I1295718954)
 
16 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,53.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records,"comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth: (1,2) 11 Apr1701. (1) s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2)Hartford, CT. (2,3a) s /o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Sarah Hooker: (1) 1728.
Death: (1) 6 Sep 1765, New Haven, CT, in the 65th year of his age.

(1) Of Hartford, CT.
(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to son Daniel 50 p ounds.
(1) Had several children that died in infancy.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,53.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3)"A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth: (1,2) 11 Apr 1701. (1) s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2)Hartford, CT. (2,3a) s /o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Sarah Hooker: (1) 1728.
Death: (1) 6 Sep 1765, New Haven, CT, in the 65th year of his age.

(1) Of Hartford, CT.
(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to son Daniel 50 p ounds.
(1) Had several children that died in infancy.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to theFamily History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts,"byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,53.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth: (1,2) 11 Apr 1701. (1) s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2)Hartford, CT. (2,3a) s /o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Sarah Hooker: (1) 1728.
Death: (1) 6 Sep 1765, New Haven, CT, in the 65th year of his age.

(1) Of Hartford, CT.
(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to son Daniel 50 p ounds.
(1) Had several children that died in infancy.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,53.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.

! Birth: (1,2) 11 Apr1701. (1) s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2)Hartford, CT. (2,3a) s /o Richard Edwards.
Marriage to Sarah Hooker: (1) 1728.
Death: (1) 6 Sep 1765, New Haven, CT, in the 65th year of his age.

(1) Of Hartford, CT.
(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard Edwards of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to son Daniel 50 p ounds.
(1) Had several children that died in infancy. 
Edwards, Daniel (I1295812890)
 
17 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,53.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records,"comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 3, Hartford District 1729-1750(Hartford, 1906) p.45-46. Cites: (a) Vol. XI, p.247-274.
(5) "Pitkin Family of America," by A.P. Pitkin (Hartford, CT: Lockwood& Brainard Co., 1887 ) p.16. FHL #1,036,056, item 2.
(6) "Headstones of Hartford, Connecticut. Center Cemetery InscriptionsBefore 1800," comp . by Charles H. Hale, State Military Necrologist (CTState Lib.; rpt. New England Genealogy ,http://pages.prodigy.net/kathyb/Hstone1.htm, viewed 25 Jun 2002).

! Birth: (1,2,6)1 Nov 1702. (1,6) s/o Richard EDWARDS/Mary TALCOTT. (2)Hartford, CT. (3,3a ) s/o Richard EDWARDS. (3a) Under age 21 on 14 Apr1718 [b. after 1697]. (6) Age 30at deat h in 1732 [b. 1702].
Marriage to Jerusha PITKIN: (1) 1731. (4a) Jerusha. (5) 1 Mar 1731.
Death: (1,5,6) 4 Nov 1732, aged 30. (4a) Will dtd 3 Nov 1732. Inventorydtd 2 Dec 1732, Har tford, CT.
Burial: (6) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

(1) Of Hartford, CT.
(3a) 1718, 14 Apr: Richard EDWARDS of Hartford, CT wrote his will.Gives to son Samuel al l my land in the long meadow in Hartford; also mynew pasture lying by the road leading to Wi ndsor, and also all my landin Colchester, lying in two pieces, containing 250 acres; also 2 0pounds,to be paid when he is 21 years of age.
(4a) 1732, 3 Nov: Nuncupative will ofSamuel EDWARDS, late of Hartford,CT, decd.: The evid ence of the honourable Joseph TALCOTT is: "And assoon as I came to him he said: 'I have alte red my mindas the what Iintended to give my wife, and I give her 800 pounds.' The addition tothe minutes of his giving his wife 800 pounds I put in writing themorning after he died , that his relations might know what part and how."Signed Joseph TALCOTT. Sworn in Probate C ourt at Hartford, CT. Test:Joseph TALCOTT Jr., Clerk. I, Eunice TALCOTT Jr., well remember t hatbeing at Mr. Samuel EDWARDS's the night before he died, my father cominginto the house w here Mr. EDWARDS lay sick, I told Mr. EDWARDS my fatherwas come. He said, "Well, it is well , but I might have one thingaltered. I will give my wife more than I have." And when my fat her cameup to the bed, Samuel EDWARDS said: "I have altered my mind as to what Iintended t o give to my wife, and I might have the legacy altered. Itmust be 800 pounds." Signed this 3 rd day of November, Anno Dom. 1732.Eunice TALCOTT.Sworn in Court. Test: Joseph TALCOTT Jun. , Clerk.
(4a) 1732, 2 Dec: Inventory of the estate of Samuel EDWARDS ofHartford, CT taken by John S KINNER, JamesCHURCH and Joseph TALCOTT Jr.Valued at 2547.13.03.
(4a) 1733, 23 Apr: At the Court of Probate held at Hartford, CT, theHon. Joseph TALCOTT an d Eunice TALCOTT swore to the evidence written,and under oath declared that the testator, Sa muel EDWARDS, was of sounddisposing mind and memory at the time he altered the legacie give n tohis wife Jerusha and made it 800 pounds.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49,53.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 2, Hartford District 1700-1729(Hartford, 1904) p.382. Cites: (a) Vol. IX, p.266,287-2 88.
(4) "A Digest 
Edwards, Samuel (I1295812899)
 
18 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society,"Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.

! Birth: (1) 20 Jan 1693, s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2) 20 Jan1692/3, Hartford, CT , s/o Richard Edwards.
Death: (1) 21 Mar 1693. (2) 21 Mar following his birth, Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2)"Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.

! Birth: (1) 20 Jan 1693, s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2) 20 Jan1692/3, Hartford, CT , s/o Richard Edwards.
Death: (1) 21 Mar 1693. (2) 21 Mar following his birth, Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to theFamily History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts,"byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730,"ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.

! Birth: (1) 20 Jan 1693, s/oRichard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2) 20 Jan1692/3, Hartford, CT , s/o Richard Edwards.
Death: (1) 21 Mar 1693. (2) 21 Mar following his birth, Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society,"Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.

! Birth: (1) 20 Jan 1693, s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2) 20 Jan1692/3, Hartford, CT , s/o Richard Edwards.
Death: (1) 21 Mar 1693. (2) 21 Mar following his birth, Hartford, CT. 
Edwards, Jonathan (I1295718929)
 
19 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society,"Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.

! Birth: (1) 6 Jan 1698, s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2) 5 Jun1698, Hartford, CT, s/ o Richard Edwards.
Death: (1,2) 20 May 1713. (2) Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed.by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.

! Birth: (1) 6 Jan 1698, s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2) 5 Jun1698, Hartford, CT, s/ o Richard Edwards.
Death: (1,2) 20 May 1713. (2) Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticutand Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and Deaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.

! Birth: (1) 6 Jan 1698, s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2) 5 Jun1698, Hartford, CT, s/ o Richard Edwards.
Death: (1,2) 20 May 1713. (2) Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.589.

! Birth: (1) 6 Jan 1698, s/o Richard Edwards/Mary Talcott. (2) 5 Jun1698, Hartford, CT, s/ o Richard Edwards.
Death: (1,2) 20 May 1713. (2) Hartford, CT. 
Edwards, Richard (I1295718968)
 
20 ! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2) James K. Stanley, San Diego, CA. E-mail: jamkstan@juno.com (2002).Web site: http://fre epages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~stanfam/stanfam.htm(2002). Cites: (a) "The Stanley Families o f America as Descended fromJohn, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, CT, 1636," comp. b yIsrael P. Warren(Portland, ME: B. Thurston & Co., 1887).

! Birth: (1) Age 62 at death on 19 Apr 1723 (b/ 1661). (1,2) d/o Lt.Col. John Talcott/Helen a Wakeman. (1) gd/oRev. John Wakeman. (2) 26 May1661, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Richard Edwards:(1) Abt 1692. (2)
Death: (1,2) 19 Apr 1723. (2) Hartford, CT.
Burial: (2) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions tothe Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2) James K. Stanley, SanDiego, CA. E-mail: jamkstan@juno.com (2002).Web site: http://fre epages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~stanfam/stanfam.htm(2002). Cites: (a) "The Stanley Families of America as Descended fromJohn, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, CT, 1636," comp. b yIsrael P. Warren (Portland, ME: B. Thurston & Co., 1887).

!Birth: (1) Age 62 at death on 19 Apr 1723 (b/ 1661). (1,2) d/o Lt.Col. John Talcott/Helen a Wakeman. (1) gd/o Rev. John Wakeman. (2) 26 May1661, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Richard Edwards: (1) Abt 1692. (2)
Death: (1,2) 19 Apr 1723. (2)Hartford, CT.
Burial: (2) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ersof Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2) James K. Stanley, San Diego, CA. E-mail: jamkstan@juno.com (2002).Website: http://fre epages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~stanfam/stanfam.htm(2002). Cites: (a) "The Stanley Families o f America as Descended fromJohn, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, CT, 1636," comp. b yIsrael P. Warren (Portland, ME: B. Thurston & Co., 1887).

! Birth: (1) Age 62 at death on 19 Apr 1723 (b/ 1661). (1,2) d/o Lt.Col. John Talcott/Helen a Wakeman. (1) gd/o Rev. John Wakeman. (2) 26 May1661, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Richard Edwards: (1) Abt 1692. (2)
Death: (1,2) 19 Apr 1723. (2) Hartford, CT.
Burial: (2) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

! (1) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History ofSome of the First Settl ers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," byNathanielGoodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.49.
(2) James K. Stanley, San Diego, CA. E-mail: jamkstan@juno.com (2002).Web site: http://fre epages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~stanfam/stanfam.htm(2002). Cites: (a) "The Stanley Families o f America as Descended fromJohn, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, CT, 1636," comp. b yIsrael P. Warren (Portland, ME: B. Thurston & Co., 1887).

! Birth: (1) Age 62at death on 19 Apr 1723 (b/ 1661). (1,2) d/o Lt.Col. John Talcott/Helen a Wakeman. (1) gd/o Rev. John Wakeman. (2) 26 May1661, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Richard Edwards: (1) Abt 1692. (2)
Death: (1,2) 19 Apr 1723. (2) Hartford, CT.
Burial: (2) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT. 
Talcott, Mary (I1295812787)
 
21 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.13,14. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History of Some of the First Settlers of Connecticut andMassachusetts," by Nathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.84.

! Birth: (1) Grace. Probably 1657, Hartford, CT, d/o John MARSH/Anne WEBSTER. (2) Ruth.
Marriage to Timothy BAKER: (1) 26 Jan 1673, Savage says 16 Jan 1672. (2) Ruth MARSH m. Timothy BAKER, 26 Jan 1673.
Death: (1) 31 May 1676. (2) 1676.

(1) Resided in Northampton.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.13,14. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History of Some of the First Settlers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," by Nathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.84.

! Birth: (1) Grace. Probably 1657, Hartford, CT, d/o John MARSH/Anne WEBSTER. (2) Ruth.
Marriage to Timothy BAKER: (1) 26 Jan 1673, Savage says16 Jan 1672. (2) Ruth MARSH m. Timothy BAKER, 26 Jan 1673.
Death: (1) 31 May1676. (2) 1676.

(1) Resided in Northampton.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," byDwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.13,14. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family Historyof Someof the First Settle rs of Connecticut and Massachusetts," by NathanielGoodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.84.

! Birth: (1) Grace. Probably 1657, Hartford, CT, d/o John MARSH/AnneWEBSTER. (2) Ruth.
Marriage to Timothy BAKER: (1) 26 Jan 1673, Savage says 16 Jan 1672.(2) Ruth MARSH m. Timo thy BAKER, 26 Jan 1673.
Death: (1) 31 May 1676. (2) 1676.

(1) Resided in Northampton.

! (1)"Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA,1895 ) p.13,14. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History of Someof the First Settle rs of Connecticut and Massachusetts," by NathanielGoodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.84.

! Birth: (1) Grace. Probably 1657, Hartford, CT, d/o John MARSH/AnneWEBSTER. (2) Ruth.
Marriageto Timothy BAKER: (1) 26 Jan 1673, Savage says 16 Jan 1672.(2) Ruth MARSH m. Timo thy BAKER, 26 Jan 1673.
Death: (1) 31 May 1676. (2) 1676.

(1) Resided inNorthampton.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter &Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.13,14. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "GenealogicalNotes, or Contributions to the Family History of Some of the First Settlers ofConnecticut and Massachusetts," by Nathaniel Goodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.84.

! Birth: (1) Grace. Probably 1657, Hartford, CT, d/o John MARSH/Anne WEBSTER. (2) Ruth.
Marriage to Timothy BAKER: (1) 26 Jan 1673, Savage says 16 Jan1672. (2) Ruth MARSH m. Timothy BAKER, 26 Jan 1673.
Death: (1) 31 May 1676. (2) 1676.

(1) Resided in Northampton.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.13,14. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History of Someof the First Settlers of Connecticut and Massachusetts," by Nathaniel Goodwin(Hartford, CT, 1856) p.84.

! Birth: (1) Grace. Probably 1657, Hartford, CT,d/o John MARSH/Anne WEBSTER. (2) Ruth.
Marriage to Timothy BAKER: (1) 26 Jan1673, Savage says 16 Jan 1672. (2) Ruth MARSH m. Timothy BAKER, 26 Jan 1673.
Death: (1) 31 May 1676. (2) 1676.

(1) Resided in Northampton.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895) p.13,14. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History of Someof the First Settle rs of Connecticut and Massachusetts," by NathanielGoodwin (Hartford, CT, 1856) p.84.

! Birth: (1) Grace. Probably 1657, Hartford, CT, d/o John MARSH/AnneWEBSTER. (2) Ruth.
Marriage to Timothy BAKER: (1) 26 Jan 1673, Savage says 16 Jan 1672.(2) Ruth MARSH m. Timo thyBAKER, 26 Jan 1673.
Death: (1) 31 May 1676. (2)

Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 4JFS-73

Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 27PG-DP 
Marsh, Grace Ruth (I1295819491)
 
22 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) CourtRecord, p.162,174.
(3) "John Marsh of Conn.," by Carol-Jeanne posted on GenForum Marsh Family Genealogy Forum (http://www.genforum.com/marsh/messages, 24 Apr1998).

! Birth: (1) 5 Feb 1710/11, d/o John Marsh/Susannah Butler. (3) 25Feb 1710.
Baptism: (3) 4 Mar 1710.

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. (2a) Gave to each of his daughters now living, besides what they have already received, 10 pounds, to be paid within a yearafter my decease, either out of my lands at inventory price, or in current pay, at the election of my executors. Yet with this proviso, that they bear theirseveral proportions of the debts and charges.
(2b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT (undated): The estate of John Marsh late ofLebanon, Nathaniel and Jonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly bound topay unto Joseph Talcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions being: As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds, to Hannah 10 pounds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd. 10 pounds, and to his son-in-law John Pratt 5 shillings, if these legacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void. [NOTE: Is "Ann" Susannah?]

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) Court Record, p.162,174.
(3) "John Marsh of Conn.," by Carol-Jeanne posted on GenForum Marsh Family Genealogy Forum (http://www.genforum.com/marsh/messages, 24 Apr 1998).

! Birth: (1) 5 Feb 1710/11, d/o John Marsh/Susannah Butler. (3) 25 Feb 1710.
Baptism: (3) 4 Mar 1710.

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. (2a) Gave to each of his daughters now living, besides what they have already received, 10 pounds, to be paid within a year after my decease, either out of my lands at inventory price, or in current pay, atthe election of my executors. Yet with this proviso, that they bear their several proportions of the debts and charges.
(2b) The distribution of the estateof John Marsh of Hartford, CT (undated): The estate of John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel and Jonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly bound to payunto Joseph Talcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions being: As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds,to Hannah 10 pounds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd. 10 pounds, and to his son-in-law John Pratt 5 shillings, if these legacies are trulypaid, then this obligation to be void. [NOTE: Is "Ann" Susannah?]

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28 . (b) Court Record,p.162,174.
(3) "John Marsh of Conn.," by Carol-Jeanne posted on GenForum MarshFamily Genealogy Foru m (http://www.genforum.com/marsh/messages, 24 Apr1998).

!Birth: (1) 5 Feb 1710/11, d/o John Marsh/Susannah Butler. (3) 25 Feb1710.
Baptism: (3) 4 Mar 1710.

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote hiswill. (2a) Gave to eac h of his daughters now living, besides what theyhave already received, 10 pounds, to be pai d within a year after mydecease, either out of my lands at inventory price, o 
Marsh, Susannah (I1295742022)
 
23 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 28 Feb 1777, d/oDaniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ KING: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96.FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 28 Feb 1777, d/o Daniel MARSH/HannahSMITH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ KING: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 28 Feb 1777, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o DanielMARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to__ KING: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter &Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 28 Feb 1777, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o DanielMARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ KING: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 28 Feb 1777, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ KING: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy,"by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 28 Feb 1777, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford,CT.
Marriage to __ KING: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2)Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 28 Feb 1777, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o DanielMARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ KING: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 28 Feb1777, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o DanielMARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ KING: (1) 
Marsh, Elizabeth "Betsey" (I1295744580)
 
24 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 5 May 1774, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ SPENCER: (1) Deac. SPENCER.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst,MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 5 May 1774, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ SPENCER: (1) Deac. SPENCER.

! (1)"Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA,1895 ) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 5 May 1774, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o DanielMARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ SPENCER: (1) Deac. SPENCER.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT,1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 5 May 1774, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o DanielMARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ SPENCER: (1) Deac. SPENCER.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 5 May 1774, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ SPENCER: (1) Deac. SPENCER.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96.FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 5 May 1774, d/o Daniel MARSH/HannahSMITH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ SPENCER: (1) Deac. SPENCER.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848,p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 5 May 1774, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o DanielMARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford,CT.
Marriage to __ SPENCER: (1) Deac. SPENCER.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) 5 May 1774, d/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) d/o DanielMARSH.
Baptism: (2) 22 May 1779, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to __ SPENCER: (1) Deac. SPENCER. 
Marsh, Mary "Polly" (I1295738940)
 
25 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.
(3) East Hartford, CT Deeds. (a)Vol. 1, p.364. FHL #4,117. (b) Vol. 14, p.61, 479. FHL #4,122.

! Birth: (1)20 Mar 1765, d/o Daniel MARSH/Anna MORRISON. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (2) 30 Mar 1765, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Joseph McKee: (1)(3b)

(3a) 1786, 9 Jan: Allen MARSH and Stephen PRATT & Anne PRATT and Joseph McKEE Junior and Irene McKEE, all of East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, for 30pounds, quit claim to Daniel MARSH of East Hartford, land lying in East Hartford in a place called and known by the name of the Mill Pond, it being a part ofthe farm that Daniel MARSH now lived on, containing 3 acres lying in said MarshMeadow, being 3 acres of the (last?) of the land is said meadow which is (plowed?) and (?) by (?) Elisha PITKIN (Jun.?) (?) for his Iron work, butted North partly on land of Gideon SPENCER, partly on the River and partly on Samuel (?) and partly on Timothy SPENCER East & South & West on said MARSH own land. Wits.Jonathan WELLS, John WALKER Junr. Signed Stephen PRATT, Anne PRATT and Allen MARSH.
(3b) 1819, 16 Jun: Joseph McKEE and Irene McKEE of Ellisburgh, JeffersonCo., NY, convey to John SMITH of Bristol and Burrage B. DIMOCK and Frederick MARSH of Hartford, CT, for $1,100, John SMITH 2/5ths parts and to Burrage B. DIMOCK & Frederick MARSH 3/5ths parts of a certain lot of land called (__?), lyingin the town of East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, being bounded South and West byland of (__?) & Gideon SPENCER, North by land of Daniel and Mar__ L. MARSH, East by land distributed to the heirs of Anna KIBBEE containing 50 acres, agreeable to the late distribution made by Levi GOODWIN, __ OLMSTED & Daniel W. GRISWOLD of what was called the Morrison Right.
(3b) 1819, 17 Jun: Samuel GRAY 2nd of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, quit claims for $1 to Burrage B. DIMOCK of Hartford, John SMITH of Bristol, RI, & Frederick MARSH of Hartford, 160 acres of landwhich was given to Daniel MARSH Jr. and to his wife Ann in East Hartford by the will of Normand MORRISON dated Apr 1761 & where the said Daniel MARSH & his wife Ann then dwelt (except what is excepted in a deed of Joseph & Irene McKEE to me bearing date 16 Jun 1819) be the same more or less which land I now deed away by virtue of sd. Joseph & Irene McKEE, his wife, decd. to me bearing date as above described. Signed Samuel GRAY 2nd. Wits. Henry PHELPS, Chs. GREENLEAF.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, EastHartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.
(3) East Hartford, CT Deeds. (a) Vol. 1, p.364. FHL #4,117. (b) Vol. 14, p.61, 479. FHL #4,122.

! Birth:(1) 20 Mar 1765, d/o Daniel MARSH/Anna MORRISON. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (2) 30 Mar 1765, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Joseph McKee:(1) (3b)

(3a) 1786, 9 Jan: Allen MARSH and Stephen PRATT & Anne PRATT and Joseph McKEE Junior and Irene McKEE, all of East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, for30 pounds, quit claim to Daniel MARSH of East Hartford, land lying in East Hartford in a place called and known by the name of the Mill Pond, it being a partof the farm that Daniel MARSH now lived on, containing 3 acres lying in said Marsh Meadow, being 3 acres of the (last?) of the land is said meadow which is (plowed?) and (?) by (?) Elisha PITKIN (Jun.?) (?) for his Iron work, butted North partly on land of Gideon SPENCER, partly on the River and partly on Samuel (?) and partly on Timothy SPENCER East & South & West on said MARSH own land. Wits. Jonathan WELLS, John WALKER Junr. Signed Stephen PRATT, Anne PRATT and AllenMARSH.
(3b) 1819, 16 Jun: Joseph McKEE and Irene McKEE of Ellisburgh, Jefferson Co., NY, convey to John SMITH of Bristol and B 
Marsh, Irene (I1295730684)
 
26 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.
(3) "The Stanley Families of America as Descended from John, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, CT, 1636,"comp. by Israel P. Warren (Portland, ME: B. Thurston & Co., 1887) p.241, 249.

! Birth: (1,3) 17 Jan 1740. (1,3) d/o William STANLEY/Clemence OLMSTED of East Hartford, CT. (2) Age 57 at death on 14 May 1797 (b. 1740).
Marriage to Caleb PITKIN: (1) Caleb PITKIN. (3) Joshua, s/o Caleb PITKIN.
Marriage to DanielMARSH: (1,2,3)
Death: (1,2,3) 14 May 1797.
Burial: (1) With husband Daniel MARSH in old East Hartford burial ground. (3) Spencer St. Cemetery.

(1) Her PITKIN sons settled at Marshfield, VT.
(1) 1797, 7 Jan: She went with husband Daniel to visit his children and grandchildren.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.
(3) "The Stanley Families of America as Descended from John, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, CT, 1636," comp. by Israel P. Warren (Portland, ME: B. Thurston & Co., 1887) p.241, 249.

! Birth: (1,3) 17 Jan 1740.(1,3) d/o William STANLEY/Clemence OLMSTED of East Hartford, CT. (2) Age 57 atdeath on 14 May 1797 (b. 1740).
Marriage to Caleb PITKIN: (1) Caleb PITKIN. (3) Joshua, s/o Caleb PITKIN.
Marriage to Daniel MARSH: (1,2,3)
Death: (1,2,3)14 May 1797.
Burial: (1) With husband Daniel MARSH in old East Hartford burial ground. (3) Spencer St. Cemetery.

(1) Her PITKIN sons settled at Marshfield, VT.
(1) 1797, 7 Jan: She went with husband Daniel to visit his children andgrandchildren.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter& Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.
(3) "The Stanley Families of America as Descended from John, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, CT, 1636," comp. by Israel P. Warren (Portland, ME: B. Thurston & Co.,1887) p.241, 249.

! Birth: (1,3) 17 Jan 1740. (1,3) d/o William STANLEY/Clemence OLMSTED of East Hartford, CT. (2) Age 57 at death on 14 May 1797 (b. 1740).
Marriage to Caleb PITKIN: (1) Caleb PITKIN. (3) Joshua, s/o Caleb PITKIN.
Marriage to Daniel MARSH: (1,2,3)
Death: (1,2,3) 14 May 1797.
Burial: (1) With husband Daniel MARSH in old East Hartford burial ground. (3) Spencer St. Cemetery.

(1) Her PITKIN sons settled at Marshfield, VT.
(1) 1797, 7 Jan: She went with husband Daniel to visit his children and grandchildren.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.
(3) "The Stanley Families of America as Descended from John, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, CT, 1636," comp. by Israel P. Warren (Portland, ME: B. Thurston & Co., 1887) p.241, 249.

! Birth:(1,3) 17 Jan 1740. (1,3) d/o William STANLEY/Clemence OLMSTED of East Hartford, CT. (2) Age 57 at death on 14 May 1797 (b. 1740).
Marriage to Caleb PITKIN:(1) Caleb PITKIN. (3) Joshua, s/o Caleb PITKIN.
Marriage to Daniel MARSH: (1,2,3)
Death: (1,2,3) 14 May 1797.
Burial: (1) With husband Daniel MARSH in oldEast Hartford burial ground. (3) Spencer St. Cemetery.

(1) Her PITKIN sons settled at Marshfield, VT.
(1) 1797, 7 Jan: She went with husband Daniel to visit his children and grandchildren.

Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 10CL-89V

Married a Normand 
Stanley, Anna (I1295731883)
 
27 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1,2) Age 44 at death in 1778 (b. 1734), d/o Gideon SMITH.
Marriage to __ GLEASON: (1)
Marriage to Daniel MARSH: (1) 1771. (2)
Death: (1,2) 9 Oct 1778.
Burial: (1) With husband Daniel MARSH in old East Hartford burial ground. (2) Spencer Street Cemetery. 
Smith, Hannah (I1295818269)
 
28 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240. FHL #4,555. Will of Norman Morrison.
(3) EastHartford, CT Deeds. (a) Vol. 9, p.620. FHL #4,120. (b) Vol. 1, p.158, 364,365.FHL #4,117. (c) Vol. 14, p.480,491. FHL #4,122.

! Birth: (1) 9 Oct 1752, d/o Daniel MARSH/Anna MORRISON.
Marriage to Josiah WADSWORTH: (3a)
Death: (1) Probably the child of Daniel MARSH, d. Dec, recorded First Church Hartford, apparently before 1754. (NOTE: Did he have 2 daughters named Susanna or was it another child that died? A daughter Susanna was living in 1761. An 1808 deed seemsto imply she married Josiah WADSWORTH. See notes below.) (3c) Deed dtd 27 Feb 1821 mentions land being distributed to the heirs of Susanna WADSWORTH.

(2) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony of Connecticut in New England, wrote his will. Gives to my granddaughter Susannah the daughter ofDaniel MARSH and of Ann his wife and to her heirs & assigns forever all my undivided land lying in Hartland.
(3b) 1786, 30 Jan: Stephen PRATT of East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT quit claims to Daniel MARSH of East Hartford, for 100 pounds, his right in about 60 acres in East Hartford, it being part of the farm thatCapt. Daniel MARSH now dwells on and the right of land bought of Josiah WADSWORTH and Susannah his wife.
(3a) 1808, 3 Feb: Josiah WADSWORTH and Susannah hiswife of Schenectedy-Albany, NY, for $143, convey to Ann SMITH wife of John SMITH of East Hartford, CT, Samuel PRATT of Marshfield, VT, Clarissa wife of JamesPITKIN, Hannah wife of DIMMOCK and Irene PRATT single woman all of CT aforesaid, children and heirs of Stephen PRATT late of said East Hartford, deceased, 2parcels of land lying in the town of East Hartford aforesaid, the one estimatedat 160 acres, and the other 50 acres of land, more or less, now in the occupancy of Daniel MARSH and formerly the property of Norman MORRISON, and by the said Norman MORRISON in his last Will and Testament bequeathed to Daniel MARSH Jr.and Anne his wife and the heirs of said Ann. (NOTE: This deed would imply thatthis Susanna did not die but married Josiah WADSWORTH.)
(3c) 1819, 17 Jun: Samuel GRAY 2nd of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, for $100, quit claims to John SMITH of Bristol, RI, Burrage B. DIMOCK & Frederick MARSH of city & county of Hartford, CT, land lying in East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, Oxford Parish, which Ipurchased of Joseph MCKEE, being the equal half of 15 acres of land lately distributed by Levi GOODWIN, Elisha OLMSTED & Daniel W. GRISWOLD to Susannah WADSWORTH of what was called the Morrison Right, bounded South on highway, west on land lately distributed to Ann KIBBEE, north on land belonging to John SPENCER, East on land distributed to Allen MARSH, together with the dwelling House, out houses & barns standing therein which said land is deeded to Joseph McKEE by Daniel MARSH of East Hartford bearing date 10 Jun 1819. To have and to hold the premises, unto the said John SMITH, Burrage B. DIMOCK & Fredk. MARSH and to theirheirs and assigns, to the only use and behoof of the said John SMITH, BurrageB. DIMOCK & Fredk. MARSH, 2/5th part to John SMITH, & 3/5ths part to DIMOCK & MARSH. Signed Samuel GRAY 2nd. Wits. Henry PHELPS, Chs. GREENLEAF.
(3c) 1821, 27 Feb: Samuel PRATT of Colebrook, Coos Co., NH, for $300, quit claims to Burrage B. DIMOCK and Frederick MARSH, both of Hartford, Hartford Co., parcels of land lying in East Hartford & late the property of Normand MORRISON of said Hartford, dec'd, which were distributed to the heirs or representatives of Susanna WADSWORTH, a more particular reference thereto being had to the distribution of said land my right in & to the same, being one fifth thereto.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Town of Hartford, 
Marsh, Susannah (I1295729865)
 
29 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Gravestone.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth:(1a) 6 Jan 1773, s/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) s/o Capt. Daniel PRATT/Susanna. Age 6 at death on 6 Oct 1778 (b. 1772).
Death: (1a,2) 6 Oct 1778.
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites:(a) Gravestone.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1a) 6 Jan 1773, s/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) s/o Capt. Daniel PRATT/Susanna. Age 6 at death on 6 Oct 1778 (b. 1772).
Death: (1a,2) 6 Oct 1778.
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Gravestone.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1a) 6 Jan 1773, s/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) s/o Capt.Daniel PRATT/Susanna . Age 6 at death on 6 Oct 1778 (b. 1772).
Death: (1a,2) 6 Oct 1778.
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter &Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Gravestone.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1a) 6 Jan 1773, s/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) s/o Capt.Daniel PRATT/Susanna . Age 6 at death on 6 Oct 1778 (b. 1772).
Death: (1a,2) 6 Oct 1778.
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273M352md. Cites: (a) Gravestone.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT,1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1a) 6 Jan 1773, s/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) s/o Capt. Daniel PRATT/Susanna. Age 6 at death on 6 Oct 1778 (b. 1772).
Death: (1a,2) 6 Oct 1778.
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Gravestone.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth:(1a) 6 Jan 1773, s/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) s/o Capt. Daniel PRATT/Susanna. Age 6 at death on 6 Oct 1778 (b. 1772).
Death: (1a,2) 6 Oct 1778.
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites:(a) Gravestone.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1a) 6 Jan 1773, s/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH.(2) s/o Capt.Daniel PRATT/Susanna . Age 6 at death on 6 Oct 1778 (b. 1772).
Death: (1a,2) 6 Oct 1778.
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Gravestone.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1a) 6 Jan 1773,s/o Daniel MARSH/Hannah SMITH. (2) s/o Capt.Daniel PRATT/Susanna . Age 6 at death on 6 Oct 1778 (b. 1772).
Death: (1a,2) 6 Oct 1778.
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery. 
Marsh, George (I1295739156)
 
30 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97.FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter &Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at deathin 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy,"by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by DwightWhitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

!Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 atdeath in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) Age 72 at death in 1872 (b. 1800), d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Death: (1) 3 Aug 1872. 
Marsh, Marion Moreson (I1295740851)
 
31 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL#929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriageto Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee:(1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1)d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst,MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to ChesterMcKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97.FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage toChester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight WhitneyMarsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Chester McKee: (1) 28 Apr 1823. 
Marsh, Lucretia (I1295817357)
 
32 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst,MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst,MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight WhitneyMarsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst,MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight WhitneyMarsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

!Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1)"Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA,1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

!Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1)"Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA,1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

!Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to John Allen: (1) 
Marsh, Martha Montgomery (I1295728710)
 
33 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by DwightWhitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell:(1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," byDwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1)d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA,1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight WhitneyMarsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to Oliver Bissell: (1) 
Marsh, Catherine Moline (I1295729103)
 
34 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (2) Age 54 at death on1 Sep 1850 (b. 1796).
Death: (1,2) 1 Sep 1850.
Burial: (2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (2) Age 54at death on 1 Sep 1850 (b. 1796).
Death: (1,2) 1 Sep 1850.
Burial: (2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths fromCemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth:(2) Age 54 at death on 1 Sep 1850 (b. 1796).
Death: (1,2) 1 Sep 1850.
Burial:(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2)Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (2) Age 54 at death on 1 Sep 1850 (b. 1796).
Death: (1,2) 1 Sep 1850.
Burial: (2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by DwightWhitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL#1,008,343.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL#1,008,343.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL#1,008,343.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL#1,008,343. 
McKee, Chester (I1295817358)
 
35 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/SarahLyman.
Baptism: (1) 23 Feb 1679, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) Probably died young.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 23 Feb 1679, Second Church, Hartford,CT.
Death: (1) Probably died young.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 23 Feb 1679, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) Probably died young.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20.FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 23 Feb 1679, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) Probably died young.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20.FHL #929.273 M352md. 
Marsh, Ebenezer (I1295715227)
 
36 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750," from the Barbour Collection,CT State Library. "Th e Connecticut Nutmegger,"Vol. 10 No. 2 (CT Soc. ofGenealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of theEarly Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28 . (b) Court Record,p.162,174.
(4) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by AlbertC. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.620.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 17 Feb 1673, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Merrill: (1) (2,4) 29 Sep 1694, Hartford, CT. (4) JohnMerrills Jr.

(1,3a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote hiswill. (3a) Gave to eac h ofhis daughters now living, besides what theyhave already received, 10 pounds, to be pai d within a year after mydecease, either out of my lands at inventory price, or in current pa y,at the election of my executors. Yet with this proviso, that they beartheir several prop ortions of the debts and charges.
(3b) Thedistribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT(undated): The estateo f John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel andJonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly b ound to pay unto JosephTalcott, Judge of the Court of Probate,80.10.00, the conditions bein g:As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds,to Hannah 10 pou nds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd.10 pounds, and to his son-in-law Joh n Pratt 5 shillings, if theselegacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750," from the Barbour Collection,CT State Library. "Th e Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10 No. 2 (CT Soc. ofGenealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28 . (b) Court Record,p.162,174.
(4) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.620.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1)17 Feb 1673, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Merrill: (1) (2,4)29 Sep 1694, Hartford, CT. (4) JohnMerrills Jr.

(1,3a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote hiswill. (3a) Gave to eac h of his daughters now living, besides what theyhave already received, 10 pounds, to be pai dwithin a year after mydecease, either out of my lands at inventory price, or incurrent pa y,at the election of my executors. Yet with this proviso, that they beartheir several prop ortions of the debts and charges.
(3b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT(undated): The estate o f John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel andJonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly b ound to pay unto JosephTalcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions bein g:As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds,to Hannah 10 pou nds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd.10 pounds, and to his son-in-law Joh n Pratt 5 shillings, if theselegacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750," from the Barbour Collection,CT State Library. "Th e Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10 No. 2 (CT Soc. ofGenealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 2

Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 27PF-V0

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750," from the Barbour Collection, CT State Library. "The Connecticut Nutmegger,"Vol. 10 No. 2 (CT Soc. of Genealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of theEarly Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed.by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) Court Record, p.162,174.
(4) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV, "Births, Marriages and Deaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates (Hartford, 1912) p.620.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 17 Feb 1673, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Merrill: (1) (2,4) 29 Sep 1694, Hartford, CT. (4) John Merrills Jr.

(1,3a) 1726:John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. (3a) Gave to each of his daughters now living, besides what they have already received, 10 pounds, to be paid within a year after my decease, either out of my lands at inventory price, or in current pay, at the election of my executors. Yet with this proviso, that they bear their several proportions of the debts and charges.
(3b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT (undated): The estate of John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel and Jonathan Marsh of Hartford,are held and firmly bound to pay unto Joseph Talcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions being: As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds, to Hannah 10 pounds, to Ann 10 pounds, to thechildren of Hepzibah decd. 10 pounds, and to his son-in-law John Pratt 5 shillings, if these legacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst,MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750,"from the Barbour Collection, CT State Library. "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10 No. 2 (CT Soc. of Genealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) Court Record, p.162,174.
(4) "Collections of the Connecticut HistoricalSociety," Vol. XIV, "Births, Marriages and Deaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C.Bates (Hartford, 1912) p.620.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 17 Feb 1673, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Merrill:(1) (2,4) 29 Sep 1694, Hartford, CT. (4) John Merrills Jr.

(1,3a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. (3a) Gave to each ofhis daughters now living, besides what they have already received, 10 pounds,to be paid within a year after my decease, either out of my lands at inventoryprice, or in current pay, at the election of my executors. Yet with this proviso, that they bear their several proportions of the debts and charges.
(3b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT (undated): The estate of John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel and Jonathan Marsh of Hartford, areheld and firmly bound to pay unto Joseph Talcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions being: As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds, to Hannah 10 pounds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd. 10 pounds, and to his son-in-law John Pratt 5 shillings,if these legacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA,1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750," fromthe Barbour Collection, CT State Library. "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10No. 2 (CT Soc. of Genealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford Di 
Marsh, Sarah (I1295810437)
 
37 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28 . (b) CourtRecord,p.162,174.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 7Aug 1688, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wadsworth: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Loomis: (1)

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote hiswill. Gives the residu e of his estate, including lands, to his sons, tobe equally divided between them, except 4 0 shillings more to"my Eldestson." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. JohnMarsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt.Joseph Marsh and Jonath an Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marshlate of Hartford, dec'd, present an agreeme nt fordivision of the estateto the court.
(2b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT(undated): The estate o f John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel andJonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly b ound to pay untoJosephTalcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions bein g:As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds,to Hannah 10 pou nds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd.10 pounds, and to his son-in-law Joh n Pratt 5 shillings, if theselegacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight WhitneyMarsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.543-544. Cites:(a) Vol. XII, p.27-28 . (b) Court Record,p.162,174.

! Birth: (1) s/o JohnMarsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 7 Aug 1688, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wadsworth: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Loomis: (1)

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote hiswill. Gives the residu e of his estate, including lands, to his sons, tobe equally divided betweenthem, except 4 0 shillings more to "my Eldestson." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. John Marsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt.Joseph Marsh and Jonath an Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marshlate of Hartford, dec'd, present an agreeme nt for division of the estateto the court.
(2b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT(undated): The estate o f John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel andJonathan Marsh of Hartford, areheld and firmly b ound to pay unto JosephTalcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions bein g:As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds,to Hannah 10 pou nds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd.10 pounds, and to his son-in-law Joh n Pratt 5 shillings,if theselegacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28 . (b) Court Record,p.162,174.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 7 Aug 1688,Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wadsworth: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Loomis: (1)

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote hiswill. Gives the residu e of his estate, including lands, to hissons, tobe equally divided between them, except 4 0 shillings more to "my Eldestson." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. John Marsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt.Joseph Marsh and Jonath an Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marshlate of Hartford, dec'd, pres

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) CourtRecord, p.162,174.

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford,Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. Gives the residue of his estate, including lands, to his sons, to be equally divided between them, except 40 shillings more to "my Eldest son." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. John Marsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt. Joseph Marsh and Jonathan Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marsh late of Hartford, dec'd, present an agreement for division of the estate to the court.
(2b) The distribution of the estate ofJohn Marsh of Hartford, CT (undated): The estate of John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel and Jonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly bound to pay unto Joseph Talcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions being: As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds, toHannah 10 pounds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd. 10 pounds, and to his son-in-law John Pratt 5 shillings, if these legacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544.Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) Court Record, p.162,174.

! Birth: (1) s/oJohn Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 7 Aug 1688, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wadsworth: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Loomis: (1)

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. Givesthe residue of his estate, including lands, to his sons, to be equally dividedbetween them, except 40 shillings more to "my Eldest son." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. John Marsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt. Joseph Marsh and Jonathan Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marsh late ofHartford, dec'd, present an agreement for division of the estate to the court.
(2b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT (undated):The estate of John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel and Jonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly bound to pay unto Joseph Talcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions being: As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds, to Hannah 10 pounds, to Ann 10 pounds, tothe children of Hepzibah decd. 10 pounds, and to his son-in-law John Pratt 5 shillings, if these legacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) CourtRecord, p.162,174.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1)7 Aug 1688, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wadsworth: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Loomis: (1)

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford,Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. Gives the residue of his estate, including lands, to his sons, to be equally divided between them, except 40 shillings moreto "my Eldest son." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. John Marsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt. Joseph Marsh and Jonathan Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marsh late of Hartford 
Marsh, Jonathan (I1295716865)
 
38 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight WhitneyMarsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1)"Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA,1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh(Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "MarshGenealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895)p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1)d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," byDwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray:(1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by DwightWhitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1)"Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh(Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "MarshGenealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895)p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1) 
Marsh, Mary Martha (I1295712240)
 
39 ! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub.Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring, Vol. 1, Hartford District 1635-1700(Hartford, 1904) p.259-260. Cites: (a) Vol. III, p.127- 128.
(4) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386,389. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev.Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1,4a) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (4) Age 43 at death on 15 Jan1679 (b. 1636). (4 ) 1636?, England.
Baptism: (1,4a) England. (2) 1636.
Marriage to Samuel TOMPSON: (1) (2) 25 Feb 1656, Braintree, Norfolk,MA. (4) 27 Apr 1656.
Death: (2,4) 15 Jan 1679, Braintree, Norfolk, MA.

(1,4a)c.1643: Edward SHEPARD was admitted to the church in Cambridgewith "his firstwif e Violet." Their children that were in minority whenhe joined were Abigail,now (1658) livin g at Dedham, Deborah now also atDedham, Sarah now dwelling arBraintree. The eldest of thes e was aged 12years, the second, age 10, and thethird, age 7, when their parentsjoined, bei ng all baptised in England. Recorded 1658.
(3a) 1674, 17 Jul: Gregory WOLTERTON of Hartford, upon the river ofConictticote, wrote hi s will. Mentions wife Jane. Gives to JohnSHEPEARD Sen., the son of Edward SHEPARD, he to pa y 20s. to his fatherEdward SHEPARD, 20s. to his sister Debora FAIRBANKS, and 20s. to siste rSara THOMPSON, and 20s. to his sister's abovesaid children.
(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to childrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children incase of theirown decease before himself.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 1, Hartford District 1635-1700(Hartford, 1904) p.259-260. Cites: (a) Vol. III, p.127- 128.
(4) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997,CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386,389. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1,4a) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (4) Age 43 at death on 15 Jan1679 (b. 1636). (4 )1636?, England.
Baptism: (1,4a) England. (2) 1636.
Marriage to Samuel TOMPSON: (1) (2) 25 Feb 1656, Braintree, Norfolk,MA. (4) 27 Apr 1656.
Death: (2,4) 15Jan 1679, Braintree, Norfolk, MA.

(1,4a) c.1643: Edward SHEPARD was admitted to the church in Cambridgewith "his first wif e Violet." Their children thatwere in minority whenhe joined were Abigail, now (1658) livin g at Dedham, Deborah now also atDedham, Sarah now dwelling ar Braintree. The eldest of thes e was aged 12years, the second, age 10, and the third, age 7, when their parentsjoined, bei ng all baptised in England. Recorded 1658.
(3a) 1674, 17 Jul: GregoryWOLTERTON of Hartford, upon the river ofConictticote, wrote hi s will. Mentions wife Jane. Gives to JohnSHEPEARD Sen., the son of Edward SHEPARD, he to pa y20s. to his fatherEdward SHEPARD, 20s. to his sister Debora FAIRBANKS, and 20s. to siste rSara THOMPSON, and 20s. to his sister's abovesaid children.
(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to childrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children in case

Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 4024-QN 
Shepard, Sarah (I1295806120)
 
40 ! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub.Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical Register" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388-389.

!Birth: (1,2) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (2) 1629?, England.
Baptism: (2) 4 Nov1621, Mistley, Essex, England.
Marriage to Thwait STRICKLAND: (2) 1646, Dedham, Norfolk Co., MA.
Marriage to Nicholas DISBOROUGH: (2) 1669/70.
Death: (2)Hartford, CT.

(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed tochildrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children in case of theirown decease before himself.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388-389.

! Birth: (1,2) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (2) 1629?, England.
Baptism: (2) 4 Nov 1621, Mistley, Essex, England.
Marriage to Thwait STRICKLAND: (2) 1646, Dedham, Norfolk Co., MA.
Marriage to Nicholas DISBOROUGH: (2) 1669/70.
Death: (2) Hartford, CT.

(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to childrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children in case of theirown decease before himself.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388-389.

! Birth: (1,2) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (2) 1629?, England.
Baptism: (2) 4 Nov 1621, Mistley,Essex, England.
Marriage to Thwait STRICKLAND: (2) 1646, Dedham, Norfolk Co.,MA.
Marriage to Nicholas DISBOROUGH: (2) 1669/70.
Death: (2) Hartford, CT.

(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to childrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children in case of theirown decease before himself.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3,p.388-389.

! Birth: (1,2) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (2) 1629?, England.
Baptism: (2) 4 Nov 1621, Mistley, Essex, England.
Marriage to Thwait STRICKLAND: (2) 1646, Dedham, Norfolk Co., MA.
Marriage to Nicholas DISBOROUGH: (2) 1669/70.
Death: (2) Hartford, CT.

(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to childrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children in case of theirown decease before himself.

Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 1XR2-L8C 
Shepard, Elizabeth (I1295824288)
 
41 ! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub.Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) NEHGS "NEXUS," Vol. 7, No. 5, Oct/Nov 1990, p.153, "Ahnentafel -Genealogy of a Mississippi Yankee: Part II," by Judith A, Koehler.
(4) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,NamanShep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386,389. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1,4a) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (3) 1627, Lawford, Essex,d/o Edward SHEPARD b y his 1st wife VioletCHARNOULD. (4) 1631?, England.
Baptism: (1,4a) England. (2) 12 Oct 1627, Lawford, Essex, England.
Marriage to Daniel POND: (2) 30 Mar 1652, MA. (1,3,4)
Death: (1) 4 5th mo. 1661. (2,4) 5 Jul 1661. (2,3) Dedham, Norfolk Co.,MA. (3) 1661.

(1,4a) c.1643: Edward SHEPARD was admitted to the church in Cambridgewith "his first wif e Violet." Their children that were in minority whenhe joinedwere Abigail, now (1658) livin g at Dedham, Deborah now also atDedham, Sarah now dwelling ar Braintree. The eldest of thes e was aged 12years, the second, age10, and the third, age 7, when their parentsjoined, bei ng all baptised in England. Recorded 1658.
(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to thechildren of his decease d daughter Abigail, formerly wife of Daniel POND.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) NEHGS "NEXUS," Vol. 7, No. 5, Oct/Nov 1990, p.153, "Ahnentafel -Genealogy of a Mississ ippi Yankee: Part II," by Judith A, Koehler.
(4) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386,389. Cites: (a) TheRecordof "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchellin 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1,4a) d/o EdwardSHEPARD/Violet. (3) 1627, Lawford, Essex,d/o Edward SHEPARD b y his 1st wifeViolet CHARNOULD. (4) 1631?, England.
Baptism: (1,4a) England. (2) 12 Oct 1627, Lawford, Essex, England.
Marriage to Daniel POND: (2) 30 Mar 1652, MA. (1,3,4)
Death: (1) 4 5th mo. 1661. (2,4) 5 Jul 1661. (2,3) Dedham, Norfolk Co.,MA.(3) 1661.

(1,4a) c.1643: Edward SHEPARD was admitted to the church in Cambridgewith "his first wif e Violet." Their children that were in minority whenhe joined were Abigail, now (1658) livin g at Dedham, Deborah now also atDedham, Sarah now dwelling ar Braintree. The eldest of thes e was aged 12years, the second, age 10, and the third, age 7, when their parentsjoined, bei ng all baptisedin England. Recorded 1658.
(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to thechildren of his decease d daughter Abigail, formerly wife of Daniel POND.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) NEHGS "NEXUS," Vol. 7, No. 5, Oct/Nov 1990, p.153, "Ahnentafel -Genealogy of a Mississ ippi Yankee: Part II," by Judith A, Koehler.
(4) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister"(Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386,389. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made 
Shepard, Abigail (I1295813197)
 
42 ! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring(Hartford, CT,1904) p.112-113.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof EdwardShepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388,390. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1658. (3a) Cambridge, MA. (1,2,3a) d/o John SHEPARD.(3) d/o John SHEPARD/R ebecca GREENHILL.
Marriage to John STEDMAN: (1,3) 10 Aug 1678. (1) Wethersfield, CT.
Death: (1) 14 Aug 1682, Wethersfield, CT. (3) 4 Aug 1682.

(2) 1710: Distribution of the estate of John SHEPHERD, dec'd, made tothe widow Martha SHEP HERD, to John, to Thomas, to Samuel, to ElizabethGOODWIN, to Rebeckah BIGELOW dec'd. or he r legal representatives, toSarah STONE, to Deborah WHITE, to Abigail BUTLER, to Violet or he r legalrepresentative, to Hannah ENSIGN.

! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.112-113.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software,1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388,390. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1658. (3a) Cambridge, MA. (1,2,3a) d/o John SHEPARD.(3) d/o John SHEPARD/R ebecca GREENHILL.
Marriage to John STEDMAN: (1,3) 10 Aug 1678. (1) Wethersfield, CT.
Death: (1) 14 Aug 1682, Wethersfield, CT. (3) 4 Aug 1682.

(2)1710: Distribution of the estate of John SHEPHERD, dec'd, made tothe widow Martha SHEP HERD, to John, to Thomas, to Samuel, to ElizabethGOODWIN, to Rebeckah BIGELOW dec'd. or he r legal representatives, toSarah STONE, to Deborah WHITE, to Abigail BUTLER, to Violet or he r legalrepresentative, to Hannah ENSIGN.

!(1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.112-113.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, andA.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388,390. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1658. (3a) Cambridge, MA. (1,2,3a) d/o John SHEPARD.(3) d/o John SHEPARD/R ebecca GREENHILL.
Marriage to John STEDMAN: (1,3) 10 Aug 1678. (1) Wethersfield, CT.
Death: (1) 14 Aug 1682, Wethersfield, CT. (3) 4 Aug 1682.

(2) 1710: Distribution of the estate of JohnSHEPHERD, dec'd, made tothe widow Martha SHEP HERD, to John, to Thomas, to Samuel, to ElizabethGOODWIN, to Rebeckah BIGELOW dec'd. or he r legal representatives, toSarah STONE, to Deborah WHITE, to Abigail BUTLER, to Violet or he r legalrepresentative, to Hannah ENSIGN.

! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(2) "ADigest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.112-113.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and GenealogicalR egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 19 
Shepard, Violet (I1295813127)
 
43 ! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1997.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by AlbertC. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.609.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," HartfordDistrict, ed. by Charle s W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904)Vol. 2,p.112-113,480.
(4) "Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut," by LuciusBarnes Barbour(Baltimore, MD, Gen ealogical Publishing Co., 1977) p.135. FHL #974.62H1D2b. Cites: (a) First Church record, Har tford, CT.
(5) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388,391-392.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1671, Hartford, CT. (1,3) d/o John SHEPARD. (4,5) d/oJohn SHEPARD/Rebecc a GREENHILL.
Marriage to Thomas BUTLER: (1,2,5) 6 Aug 1691. (1,2) Hartford. CT. (3)Called Abigail BUTLE R in 1710.
Death: (1,4) 5 Sep 1750. (1) Windsor, CT.
Burial: (1) Feb 1721, Hartford, CT. (NOTE: Date earlier than deathdate.) (4) Center Cemete ry, Hartford, CT.

(4) 1696, 12 Apr: Abigail, wife of Thomas BUTLER, admitted to fullcommunion, First Church , Hartford, CT.
(3) 1710:Distribution of the estate of John SHEPHERD, dec'd, made tothe widow Martha SHEP HERD, to John, to Thomas, to Samuel, to ElizabethGOODWIN, to Rebeckah BIGELOW dec'd. or he r legal representatives, toSarah STONE, to Deborah WHITE, to Abigail BUTLER, to Violet or he r legalrepresentative, to Hannah ENSIGN.
(3) 1726/7, 3 Jan: The court appointed Abigail BUTLER, the widow ofThomas BUTLER, to begu ardian to her children, viz., Elisha, 10 years,and Elizabeth, also 10 years, children of th e deceased.

! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1997.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and Deaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.609.
(3) "A Digestof the Early Connecticut Probate Records," HartfordDistrict, ed. by Charle s W.Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) Vol. 2,p.112-113,480.
(4) "Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut," by Lucius Barnes Barbour(Baltimore, MD, Gen ealogical Publishing Co., 1977) p.135. FHL #974.62H1D2b. Cites: (a) First Church record, Har tford, CT.
(5) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner,Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd.Vol. 3, p.388,391-392.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1671, Hartford, CT. (1,3) d/o JohnSHEPARD. (4,5) d/oJohn SHEPARD/Rebecc a GREENHILL.
Marriage to Thomas BUTLER:(1,2,5) 6 Aug 1691. (1,2) Hartford. CT. (3)Called Abigail BUTLE R in 1710.
Death: (1,4) 5 Sep 1750. (1) Windsor, CT.
Burial: (1) Feb 1721, Hartford, CT. (NOTE: Date earlier than deathdate.) (4) Center Cemete ry, Hartford, CT.

(4) 1696, 12 Apr: Abigail, wife of Thomas BUTLER, admitted to fullcommunion, First Church , Hartford, CT.
(3) 1710: Distribution of the estate of John SHEPHERD, dec'd, made tothe widow Martha SHEP HERD, to John, to Thomas, to Samuel, to ElizabethGOODWIN, to Rebeckah BIGELOW dec'd. or he r legal representatives, toSarahSTONE, to Deborah WHITE, to Abigail BUTLER, to Violet or he r legalrepresentative, to Hannah ENSIGN.
(3) 1726/7, 3 Jan: The court appointed Abigail BUTLER,the widow ofThomas BUTLER, to be gu ardian to her children, viz., Elisha, 10 years,and Elizabeth, also 10 years, children of th e deceased.

! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1997.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.609.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," HartfordDistrict, ed. by Charle s W. Manwaring (Hartf 
Shepard, Abigail (I1295762229)
 
44 ! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1)3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptismsof First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford,CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, FirstChurch, East Hartford, CT. 
Marsh, Jared (I1295730442)
 
45 ! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism:(1) 21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o Daniel MARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d. 1759. The author have confused the fathers. She is listed in source 1 with children of Daniel MARSH/Ann MORISON, and at death with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848,p.62. FHL #1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1) 21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2)27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o Daniel MARSH/Irene BIGELOW,d. 1759. The author have confused the fathers. She is listed in source 1 with children of Daniel MARSH/Ann MORISON, and at death with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford,CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1) 21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o DanielMARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d . 1759. The author have confused the fathers. Sheis listed in source 1 with children of Dani el MARSH/Ann MORISON, and atdeath with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries,East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o DanielMARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1) 21 May 1758, First Church, EastHartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o DanielMARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d . 1759. The author have confused the fathers. Sheislisted in source 1 with children of Dani el MARSH/Ann MORISON, and atdeath with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth:(1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1) 21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o Daniel MARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d. 1759. The author have confused thefathers. She is listed in source 1 with children of Daniel MARSH/Ann MORISON,and at death with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1)21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o Daniel MARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d. 1759. The author have confused the fathers. She is listed in source 1 with children of Daniel MARSH/Ann MORISON, and at death with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62.FHL#1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1) 21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o DanielMARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d . 1759. The author have confused the fathers. Sheis listed in source 1 with childrenof Dani el MARSH/Ann MORISON, and atdeath with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First 
Marsh, Catherine "Katy" (I1295749257)
 
46 ! (1) NEHGS "Register," Vol. CXLI, Jan 1987, "John Horsington of NewEngland,"by Fred Q. Bo wman, p.40-41. Cites: (a) "Records of the Town ofEast-Hampton" (Sag Harbor, NY, 1887-1905) 5 :570.

! Birth: (1) s/o William EDWARDS.
Marriage to Mary STANBOROUGH: (1)

(1) Of East Hampton, NY.

! (1) NEHGS "Register," Vol. CXLI, Jan 1987, "John Horsington of NewEngland," by Fred Q. Bo wman,p.40-41. Cites: (a) "Records of the Town ofEast-Hampton" (Sag Harbor, NY, 1887-1905) 5 :570.

! Birth: (1) s/o William EDWARDS.
Marriage to Mary STANBOROUGH: (1)

(1) Of East Hampton, NY.

! (1) NEHGS "Register," Vol. CXLI, Jan1987, "John Horsington of NewEngland," by Fred Q. Bo wman, p.40-41. Cites: (a)"Records of the Town ofEast-Hampton" (Sag Harbor, NY, 1887-1905) 5 :570.

!Birth: (1) s/o William EDWARDS.
Marriage to Mary STANBOROUGH: (1)

(1) Of East Hampton, NY.

! (1) NEHGS "Register," Vol. CXLI, Jan 1987, "John Horsington of NewEngland," by Fred Q. Bo wman, p.40-41. Cites: (a) "Records of the TownofEast-Hampton" (Sag Harbor, NY, 1887-1905) 5 :570.

! Birth: (1) s/o William EDWARDS.
Marriage to Mary STANBOROUGH: (1)

(1) Of East Hampton, NY. 
Edwards, John (I1295719339)
 
47 ! (1) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of N orman Morrison.
(2) Hartford First Congregational Church Records, 1685-1811, Hartford,CT, p.73. FHL #1,009 ,615.
(3) "Headstones of Hartford,Connecticut. Center Cemetery InscriptionsBefore 1800," comp . by Charles H. Hale, State Military Necrologist (CTState Lib.; rpt. New England Genealogy ,http://pages.prodigy.net/kathyb/Hstone1.htm, viewed 25 Jun 2002).

! Birth: (1) Brother of Norman Morrison. (2) Age 30 at death on 12 Jan1755 (b. 1725). (3) A ge34 at death b. 1720].
Death: (2,3) 12 Jan 1755. (2) Hartford, CT.
Burial: (3) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

(1) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford,Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives to to Roderick the sonof my Brother Roderick MORISON.

! (1) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of N orman Morrison.
(2) Hartford First Congregational Church Records, 1685-1811, Hartford,CT,p.73. FHL #1,009 ,615.
(3) "Headstones of Hartford, Connecticut. Center Cemetery InscriptionsBefore 1800," comp . by Charles H. Hale, State Military Necrologist (CTState Lib.; rpt. New England Genealogy ,http://pages.prodigy.net/kathyb/Hstone1.htm, viewed 25 Jun 2002).

! Birth: (1) Brother of Norman Morrison.(2) Age 30 at death on 12 Jan1755 (b. 1725). (3) A ge 34 at death b. 1720].
Death: (2,3) 12 Jan 1755. (2) Hartford, CT.
Burial: (3) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

(1) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives to to Roderick the sonof my Brother Roderick MORISON.

! (1) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of N orman Morrison.
(2) Hartford First Congregational Church Records, 1685-1811, Hartford,CT, p.73. FHL #1,009 ,615.
(3) "Headstones of Hartford, Connecticut. Center Cemetery InscriptionsBefore 1800," comp . by Charles H. Hale, State Military Necrologist (CTState Lib.; rpt. New England Genealogy ,http://pages.prodigy.net/kathyb/Hstone1.htm, viewed 25 Jun2002).

! Birth: (1) Brother of Norman Morrison. (2) Age 30 at death on 12Jan1755 (b. 1725). (3) A ge 34 at death b. 1720].
Death: (2,3) 12 Jan 1755. (2) Hartford, CT.
Burial: (3) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

(1) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and,wrote his will. Gives to to Roderick the sonof my Brother Roderick MORISON.

! (1) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of N orman Morrison.
(2) Hartford First Congregational Church Records, 1685-1811, Hartford,CT, p.73. FHL #1,009 ,615.
(3) "Headstones of Hartford,Connecticut. Center Cemetery InscriptionsBefore 1800," comp . by Charles H. Hale, State Military Necrologist (CTState Lib.; rpt. New England Genealogy ,http://pages.prodigy.net/kathyb/Hstone1.htm, viewed 25 Jun 2002).

! Birth: (1) Brother of Norman Morrison. (2) Age 30 at death on 12 Jan1755 (b. 1725). (3) A ge 34 at death b. 1720].
Death: (2,3) 12 Jan 1755. (2) Hartford, CT.
Burial: (3) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

(1) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives toto Roderick the sonof my Brother Roderick MORISON. 
Morrison, Roderick (I1295719324)
 
48 ! (1) "A History of Two Virginia Families," "Catlett Family & Baytop Family," as published in the Genealogical Column of the "Times Dispatch," Richmond, VA, p .109. FHL #1,065,175, item 13, & #929.273 B3455.
! Birth: (1) Unnamed d/o David ALEXANDER/Anne MORGAN.
Marriage to Thomas BAYTOP: (1) 
Alexander (I1295836124)
 
49 ! (1) "Virginia Biography," p.294.
(2) "Virginia Colonial Abstracts," by Bever ley Fleet, York Co. 1648-1657, p.139-140. Cites: (a) No. 3, p.2A,3.
! Death: (1) 1657.
(2a) 1638, 20 Aug: Sir John Harvey, Governor of VA, granted to Fr ancis Morgan 50 acres in Charles River Co., adjacent east upon Cocke's Thickett , due for transporting one servant called John Covell into the colony.
(1) 164 7: Captain of Militia and Burgess for York.
(1) 1648: Justice of York Co., VA.
(1) 1652-1653: Captain of Militia and Burgess for York.
(1) 1657: Left one s on Francis at his death who was heir to his large estate.
(2a) 26 Oct 1657: Th e estate of Francis Morgan is recorded, totaling 30,043 lbs. of tobacco. He app ears to have been a merchant, since certain articles are listed as being for hi s own use and that of his family. The only item with a name is "payd Gload Gall ant for a 50 foot house on Walplates with a corne loaft 00700." Signed Edward L ockey. This was a splendid VA estate for that period, and every bit of it and m ore was owed to the English.
Spouse unknown

! (1) "Virginia Biography," p.294.
(2) "Virginia Colonial Abstracts," by Bever ley Fleet, York Co. 1648-1657, p.139-140. Cites: (a) No. 3, p.2A,3.
! Death: (1) 1657.
(2a) 1638, 20 Aug: Sir John Harvey, Governor of VA, granted to Francis Morgan 50 acres in Charles River Co., adjacent east upon Cocke's Thickett , due for transporting one servant called John Covell into the colony.
(1) 164 7: Captain of Militia and Burgess for York.
(1) 1648: Justice of York Co., VA.
(1) 1652-1653: Captain of Militia and Burgess for York.
(1) 1657: Left one son Francis at his death who was heir to his large estate.
(2a) 26 Oct 1657: The estate of Francis Morgan is recorded, totaling 30,043 lbs. of tobacco. He appears to have been a merchant, since certain articles are listed as being for his own use and that of his family. The only item with a name is "payd Gload Gall ant for a 50 foot house on Walplates with a corneloaft 00700." Signed Edward Lockey. This was a splendid VA estate for that period, and every bit of it and more was owed to the English. 
Morgan, Francis (I1295788007)
 
50 ! (1) "Virginia Biography," p.294.
(2) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Villa ge, CO. Cites: (a) Unnamed Morgan genealogy M848 1920, p.12-26.
(3) "A History of Two Virginia Families," "Catlett Family & Baytop Family," as published in the Genealogical Column of the "Times Dispatch," Richmond, VA, p.109. FHL #1,065 ,175, item 13, & #929.273 B3455.
! Birth: (1,2) d/o Francis MORGAN. (3) One of the two heiresses of Francis MORGAN.
Marriage to Dr. David ALEXANDER: (1,2, 3)
(1,2) 1698, 26 Sep: Sarah, wife of Thomas BUCKNER, and Anne, wife of Dr. David ALEXANDER, were co-heiresses of their father's estate. (2) They brought suit for recovery of land patented to Francis MORGAN, their grandfather, which by his death came to his son Francis MORGAN, and by his death to Sarah and Ann. 
Morgan, Anne (I1295836126)
 
51 ! (1) "Virginia Biography," p.294.
(2) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Villa ge, CO. Cites: (a) Unnamed Morgan genealogy M848 1920, p.12-26.
(3) "Virginia Colonial Abstracts," by Beverley Fleet, Vol. 26, York Co. 1648-1657, p.138-140. Cites: (a) No. 3, p.1A,2A,3.
(4) "A History of Two Virginia Families," "Catlett Family & Baytop Family," as published in the Genealogical Column of the "Tim es Dispatch," Richmond, VA, p.109,154. FHL #1,065,175, item 13, & #929.273 B345 5.
! Birth: (1,2a,3a) s/o Francis Morgan.
(1) 1657: Inherited his father' s large estate in York Co., VA.
(3a) 1657: Edward Lockey exhibited to the York Co., VA court an account of disbursements for Mr. Francis Morgan, orphan, to whom he was guardian, amounting to 27,807 lbs. of tobacco.
(3a) 1657, 19 Oct: T he York Co., VA court reached an agreement in the difference between Mr. Edward Lockey, merchant, late guardian of Francis Morgan Jr., and the said Francis Mo rgan Jr.. In an endeavor to clear the estate from Mr. Lockey, theagreement nam es 2 servants, Mathew Hull and William Hall. The estate owes Lockey 31,007 lbs. of tobacco. Morgan Jr. gives bond with his lands as security. Signed "evidently by the gentlemen who endeavored to clear the estate and Mr. Lockey from responsibility in regard to it," Robert Ryland, William Barber, Ro. x Baldrey, John Hansford.
(2a,3a) 1657, 26 Oct: Assigned to John Lockey, Citizen and Merchant Taylor of London, and Edward Lockey of York Co., Merchant, a patent on lands. Edward Lockey bound himself to deliver to Francis Morgan 5 servants having 4 years apiece to serve "or else Boyes having a longer time," 2 of them to be shipped in 1658, and 2 in 1659. Wits. by John Scarsbricke, John Hillier and John Morecroft. (2a) This transfer of land by Francis to his guardian Edward Lockey formed the basis of a suit by his daughters in 1698. (3a) The deed was for 50 acres in Charles River Co. granted to Francis Morgan, his father, 20 Aug 1638. Edward Lockey then released Francis Morgan from all claims, and Francis Morgan released Edward Lockey from all claims. Witnessed by John Scarsbrick, John Hillier, John Morecroft. Francis Morgan then assigned to Edward and John LOCKEY, cattle, horses, etc. Witnessed by Anthony Rocksby, Robert Wolfe, John Hillier, John Morecroft.
(4) Francis Morgan owned a large body of land on the Poropotank from its mouth up, called "Morgan's Neck," running from "Violet Bank" to "Marfield," which was heired by Thomas Buckner's wife and descended to her daughter, Ann Buckner.
(1,2a) 1698, 26 Sep: His daughters Sarah and Anne were living co-heire sses to his estate. (2) The daughters brought suit for recovery of land patented to Francis Morgan, their grandfather, which by his death came to his son Francis Morgan, and by his death to Sarah and Ann.

! (1) "Virginia Biography," p.294.
(2) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Villa ge, CO. Cites: (a) Unnamed Morgan genealogy M848 1920, p.12-26.
(3) "Virginia Colonial Abstracts," by Beverley Fleet, Vol. 26, York Co. 1648-1657, p.138-140. Cites: (a) No. 3, p.1A,2A,3.
(4) "A History of Two Virginia Families," "Catle tt Family & Baytop Family," as published in the Genealogical Column of the "Tim es Dispatch," Richmond, VA, p.109,154. FHL #1,065,175, item 13, & #929.273 B345 5.
! Birth: (1,2a,3a) s/o Francis Morgan.
(1) 1657: Inherited his father' s large estate in York Co., VA.
(3a) 1657: Edward Lockey exhibited to the York Co., VA court an account of disbursements for Mr. Francis Morgan, orphan, to w hom he was guardian, amounting to 27,807 lbs. of tobacco.
(3a) 1657, 19 Oct: T he York Co., VA court reached an agreement in the difference between Mr. Edward Lockey, merchant, late guardian of Francis Morgan Jr., and the said Francis Mo rgan Jr.. In an endeavor to clear the estate from Mr. Lockey, the agreement nam es 2 servants, Mathew Hull and William Hall. The estate owes Lockey 31,007 lbs. of tobacco. Morgan Jr. gives bond with his lands as security. Signed "evidentl y by the gentlemen who endeavored to clear the estate and Mr. Lockey from respo nsibility in regard to it," Robert Ryland, William Barber, Ro. x Baldrey, John Hansford.
(2a,3a) 1657, 26 Oct: Assigned to John Lockey, Citizen and Merchant Taylor of London, and Edward Lockey of York Co., Merchant, a patent on lands. E dward Lockey bound himself to deliver to Francis Morgan 5 servants having 4 yea rs apiece to serve "or else Boyes having a longer time," 2 of them to be shippe d in 1658, and 2 in 1659. Wits. by John Scarsbricke, John Hillier and John More croft. (2a) This transfer of land by Francis to his guardian Edward Lockey form ed the basis of a suit by his daughters in 1698. (3a) The deed was for 50 acres in Charles River Co. granted to Francis Morgan, his father, 20 Aug 1638. Edwar d Lockey then released Francis Morgan from all claims, and Francis Morgan relea sed Edward Lockey from all claims. Witnessed by John Scarsbrick, John Hillier, John Morecroft. Francis Morgan then assigned to Edward and John LOCKEY, cattle, horses, etc. Witnessed by Anthony Rocksby, Robert Wolfe, John Hillier, John Mo recroft.
(4) Francis Morgan owned a large body of land on the Poropotank from its mouth up, called "Morgan's Neck," running from "Violet Bank" to "Marfield," which was heired by Thomas Buckner's wife and descended to her daughter, Ann B uckner.
(1,2a) 1698, 26 Sep: His daughters Sarah and Anne were living co-heire sses to his estate. (2) The daughters brought suit for recovery of land patente d to Francis Morgan, their grandfather, which by his death came to his son Fran cis Morgan, and by his death to Sarah and Ann. 
Morgan, Francis (I1295788004)
 
52 ! (1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO. Cites: (a) Unnamed Morgan genealogy M848 1920, p.28-29.
(2) "A History of Two Virginia Families," "Catlett Family & Baytop Family," as published in the Genealogical Column of the "Times Dispatch," Richmond, VA, p.107-109. FHL #1,065,175, item 13, & #929.273 B345 5. Cites: (a) York Co., VA records. (b) Register of Staplehurst. (c) Testimony of Peter Burren of Staplehurst, clockmaker. (d) P.C.C. Admon. account Book 1692 , "Virginia Magazine of History and Genealogy," X, 69. (e) Chancery papers at W illiamsburg, will of Dr. Charles Tomkies.
! Birth: (1a,2b,c) 9 May 1676. (1a ) Co. Kent, England. (1a,2b,c) s/o Thomas Baytop/Hannah. (2b,c) Staplehurst.
Marriage to __ Alexander: (1a) Miss Alexander, d/o Dr. David Alexander/Ann Morgan. (2) Unnamed d/o David Alexander. Before 1710.
(2c) Godson of Peter Burren of Staplehurst, clockmaker.
(1a) c.1679: When age 3, came with his parents to York Co., VA.
(2d) 1691/2, 19 Jan: Thomas Baytop Sr., late in Virginia, widower, deceased; administration granted to Daniel Baytop, his brother, uncle and guardian of Thomas Baytop, a minor, son of defunct. This grant expired at the full age of Thomas Baytop and a new grant was made, 25 September 1699.
(2a) 1691 , 20 Jan: Daniel Baytopp, of Maidstone, co. Kent, England, grocer, brother of Thomas Baytop, and guardian and administrator of Thomas Baytopp, the minor, cons titutes Capt. Francis Page in Virginia his attorney to take possession of ye plantations, stock, etc., of ye said Baytopp in ye parts of America in right of ye minor. (1a) During his minority, his property in York Co., VA was under the management of Col. Francis Page.
(1a) c.1691: When his father died, he was returned to England where he remained under the care of his uncle Daniel Baytop at Maidstone, Co. Kent, until he came of age.
(1a) 1699: Returned to York Co., VA
(2a) 1700, 24 Feb: Thomas Baytop witnesses an indenture between William Sedgewick, Clerk of York Co., and James Cosby, for 200 acres in Beaver Dam, on Utey' s Creek.
(2) 1707, 19 Apr: Thomas Baytop was the owner of lot No. 9 in Miles Cary's survey of Gloucestertown (now Gloucester Point). John Fleet had patented Gloucester Town, then Tyndall's Point, in 1662. Dr. David Alexander, Thomas Scott, and Lawrence and John Smith also owned lots there.
(1) Of Gloucester Co., VA.
(2) 1726, 6 Feb: Thomas Baytop of Gloucester Co., VA, signed the Petsworth Vestry Book as witness, with Alexander Roane, to an indenture of the vestry with Lawrence Smith, to whom they bound a poor child of the parish. Lawrence Smith affixed his seal in red wax.
(2e) 1737: Thomas Baytop, David Alexander and J ohn Edwards witnessed the will of Dr. Charles Tomkies of Gloucester Co., VA.
Change Date: 28 Jul 2002 at 00:00:00 
Baytop, Thomas (I1295836123)
 
53 ! (1) Roger Carroll Breckenridge, Apple Valley, MN. E-mail: rogerb@pclink.com ( 1999). Cites: (a) "Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill". (b) "Seldens of Virginia a nd Allied Families". (c) "The Prestons of Smithfield and Greenfield, Virginia". (d) "Memoranda of the Preston Family," by James Mason Brown (1876).
! Birth : (1) 27 Jul 1827, GA.
Death: (1) 30 Jun 1916, D.C.
(1d) Medical Inspector of the Confederate Army.
(1d) Of Savannah, GA.
(1d) Moved to Roanoke Co., VA 
Sorrell, Frances (I1295835774)
 
54 ! 1880 Christian Co. Ky. Census Page 193 Clark, McLany (I1295789424)
 
55 ! 1910 cencus shows Hattie as a servant with the Bunn family. in Morgan county

of Tenn.

ed 50 page 7, on Eagle road co. camp 
Morgan, Hattie Arlene (I1295785470)
 
56 ! 4 May 1694. John Powell of Farnham Parish, Richmond County, planter, and Michall, his wife, to John Wollard of same parish and County for 4,000 lbs. tobacco, 100 acres in same parish "being part of a greater tract of land situate in the woods formerly given by Hezechia Turner to his children [ ?]other records state that Michall was the only heir] by a will bearing the date the 25th day of December 1677 being near the land of John Peck on the one side and Richard King on the other bounded as followeth, to begin where the land of Ann Chissell "given her by the above said Turner in the Will aforesaid", etc, "said one hundred acres belonging to my wife" Wit: Saml Travers, Teage MacDonal, Ann Hawkins. [A note following this entry says that Anne Chissell was a granddaughter of Hezechia Turner]. 17 Aug 1695. The Justice of the County of Richmond to John Powell of said County, planter and Michall, his wife, "according to the true intent and meaning of the last Will and Testament of Hezechia Turner of said County, dec'd", the 711 acres of the entry of 14 Dec.1692. Nichell and John Powell sold land in Richmond County saying she was daughter and only heir of Hezekiah Turner of Rappahanock". Deed Bk. for 1692-1695, pp 156 thru 262. Powell, John (I1295837862)
 
57 ! A court record dated 12 Feb 1705/06 Essex Co. VA names "John Burnett of Essex
Co., son and heir of John Burnett, sells 100 acres." John, the younger's will
was dated 17 Sep 1717 and probated 21 May 1717. (clerk's recording error? of
date). "To dear & loveing wife, Amey Burnett: negro man named Will: the use of
the third part of my land & plantation during her life time. To son John
Burnett: a mulatto girl named Cate. To son Joseph Burnett: negro girl named
Sue., To dau Elizabeth Burnett: negro boy named Sam. To dau Anne Burnett: negro
woman named Jenney. To dau Amey Burnett: negro girl named Moll. Sons John &
Joseph be of age at the year of sixteen & that they receive their estate then;
all my land to be equally divided between them at age 16. The rest of my
estate to be divided between my loveing wife & five children. Exec: Amey
Burnett & beloved brother Thomas Burnett. Wit: James Boughan, John Fargeson,
Thomas Ralton.
(notes from Jack Bryson) 
Burnett, John (I1295831318)
 
58 ! Bartholomew was the leader of the Huguenot migration to the new world. He'd
once been Louis IV's bodyguard/captain of the guards. Louis spared him and let
him leave. He went to Belgium/Germany for 10 years and then came to Virginia.
The name Dupuy got changed into different variations. 
Duprey, Bartholomew (I1295779217)
 
59 ! Buried at Spring Grove Cem. in the Fangmeyer plot. Died of thyroid cancer.

Was a nurse for many years, spent early married years in Cincinnati, Ohio, then

lived in Ideal Beach on Lake Wawassee Indiana, and Bradenton Beach, Florida. 
Morgan, Martha Evelyn (I1295834565)
 
60 ! Came from Northern Va with his father and settled in Northern Halifax Co near Clarkton in the late 1740's. John V received 300 acres from his father's estate in 1769. He farmed this land until his death. He was married to Jennie Hurt by the late 1760's. She died and he remarried about 1791 to Prudence Thornton.
His father's will contains the following section: Item: I give & bequeath to my sone John Adams one Negro boy named Ben & 300 acres of land joyning my sone William that I bought of Peter Tribble. His will is dated 11/4/1820 and was recorded in Halifax Co WB 14/247 on 7/28/1828 and reads in part as follows: Item 1st: Having here to fore given unto my two daughters viz Polly Overton and Ann Francis, also my son Moza Adams, that part of my estate which I perposed giving them, I now only mention their names and give each of them one dollar to them and their heirs forever. Item 2nd: I give and bequeath to Jane Hurt formerly widow of my son Joshua Adams, dec'd, one dollar to her and her heirs forever. Item 3rd: I give unto my son James Adams one moiety of the land whereon I now live, that is to say the east end, up to a new line choped by myself. Item 4th: I give unto my son John Adams the other moiety of said tract of land that is to say the west end down to said new line choped as before said; and the aforesaid land then divided between my aforesaid sons, James and John I give and bequeath to them and their heirs forever. Item 5th: My will is that my two sons James and John shall pay all my just debts. Item 6th: Then all the residue of my estate both real and personal I give and bequeath to my two sons, James and John, to be divided equally between them to them and their heirs forever. Lastly I constitute and appoint my two sons James and John my sole executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other will or wills by me heretofore made declaring this, and only this, to be my last will and testament. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 4th day of November One thousand eight hundred & twenty. (signed by a mark) John Adams Sr.
Gen circle.....Blanchet-Coleman-Wirth-Woods
by C Woods
Title: GEDCOM File : normio4.ged 
Adams, John V (I1295834773)
 
61 ! cemetary. Jackson - Lyle (lyons) Cemetary Morgan, William Eli (I1295834494)
 
62 ! John first appears in the records on 13 Jan 1663 as a witness to a deed of
gift, Franham Parish, Rappahannock Co., VA., made by Thomas and Jane Button to Charles Goodrich. Richard Silvester was also a witness. (his birth year determined as of legal age to wit this document.) His wife was Amy. Page 25, Deed Book 1664-73 (Button to Goodrich). He acquired a number of tracts of land.
It is a recorded fact John Gatewood was in VA January, 1663 and January, 1664
**Nugent, Nell; "Cavaliers and Pioneers" Seitz Printers, Richmond, VA, 1934
Patents 4 and 5, page 558......ibid page 562 . 9 Dec 1676 purchases 100 acres
from John Gregory/Grigory, in South Farnham Parish
# Note:
From "Cavaliers & Pioneers-Abstracts of VA Land Patents & Grants 1623-66 by
Crozier pp. 558 & 562: "Jno. Gatwood was transported by John Catlett 2 June
1666 and again by Mr. Thomas Button (Butten) 19 July 1666."
# Note:
The North side of the River was named Richmond Co. and the South side of the
river became Essex Co. The court records from Rappahannock Co. were kept in the Essex Co. Court House. Old Farnham Parish was on the south side of the river
near Piscataway Creek. John Gatewood"s land bordered the Awberry Land. Henry Awberry was a large land-owner and an interpreter for the Rappahannock Indians who were settled near Hoskins Creek Swamp or Piscataway Creek Swamp. The Parish was set apart to form S. Farnham Parish in 1683. This was the area where the Gatewoods first lived. The name John Gatewood does not appear again until 1676, when John received deed from John Grigory for 100 acres in S. Farnham Parish, Rappahanock Co. (Bk 1677-82 p. 127). In 1681, John served as a juror and again 7 Apr-Aug of 1685. In 1685 - Settlement of the Est. of George Boycess (Boyce), John owed 316 pounds of tobacco to the estate. "Colonial Caroline-A History of Caroline Co. VA" p. 318 by T. E. Campbell states that John Gatewood purchased land adjacent to Thomas Pitts (grant beyond the Peumansend) in 1688.
On p. 25; Records revealed that Kays & Gatewoods were living in Caroline Co. as early as 1687, as they had land adjacent to other grants. By 1704, John paid
tax tithable on 400 acres. Some of the early records no longer exist, but In
later records mention is made of the 100 acres his son John had received from
his father that was part of the land bought from Edwin Thacker; and the 150
acres son Thomas received from his father that was part of the land bought from
Capt. Richard Haile.
# Note:
! From 1663 to 1706, the name John Gatewood appears approx. in 30 instruments
in the county where he lived. It is possible that the John as witness in 1663,
was the father of our John, who then starts appearing in records 1676 & later
on. John's will, dte 14 Nov 1706, probated 10 Jan 1706/07 in Farnham Parish,
Essex Co. p. 328. To eldest son John Gatewood: 100 acres I bought from Edwin
Thacker. To eldest dau Frances Shackelford: 1 shilling. To son Richard
Gatewood: the plantation I now live upon. To son Thomas Gatewood: 150 acres
part of a parcell of land that I bought of Capt. Richard Haile, now deceased,
it being part of 5,000 acres belonging to Col. Thomas Goodrich, Mr. Henry
Aubrey & Maj. George Morris, all deceased. To son Henry Gatewood: 75 acres,
one 6 year old stear, 1 cow & calf. To dau Amie Burnett: 4,000 pounds of sweet
scented tobo, 1 bay mare with a blase in her face branded on the near buttock
with this brand 3. To beloved wife Amie, 3 youngest children Sarah, William &
James Gatewood: remainder of worldly estate, equally divided. Exec: Amie
Gatewood, son Richard Gatewood. Wit: Joseph Baker & Thomas Wheeler. p. 329-
Making bond were: Amie Gatewood, Richard Gatewood, Jno Burnett, & Francis
Shackelford.
# Note:
!His will is dated Nov 14, 1706, Farnham Parish, Essex Co. p. 328; John may
have been married before as he states in this Will; "All the rest of my worldly
estate to be equally divided between my three younger children and my beloved
wife..." Execs: Amy & son Richard Gatewood. When the Will was proved in court,
the Securities for the Administrator's bond was John's son-in-law, John Burnett
and Francis Shackelford. He made bequests to sons John, b 1680, Richard,
Thomas, Henry, William, James, daughters Frances Shackelford, Amy Burnett, and
Sarah Gatewood. 1704 VA Rent Rolls: Gaitwood John Essex County, 1704 . 
Gatewood, John (I1295779232)
 
63 ! Joseph lived at differant times in Randolph, Guilford, Orange counties of NC
and prob in VA and MD . Although he may never have really moved all these
times since Guilford was cut from Orange and Randolph was cut from Guilford
(these are all counties in NC).
! Joseph bought/received land from Harmon HUSBAND on 1 Aug 1765 in , Granville,
NC so we know Joseph was in NC at that time. 
York, Joseph (I1295779267)
 
64 ! Mary Waters was of the St. Sepulchres Parish, London, England. She came to
Virginia as "maid" to be a wife. 
Waters, Mary Elizabeth (I1295793730)
 
65 ! named in John Gatewood's Will, pro. 10 Jan 1706 in Farnham Parish, Essex Co.
VA. : "To dau Amie Burnett: 4,000 pounds of sweet scented tobo, 1 bay mare with
a blase in her face branded on the near buttock with this brand 3." Named in
Mother-in-law's will, Lucretia Burnett, in 1709. named in mother's, Amie
Gatewood, will probated 18 Jun 1745, Essex Co. S. Farnham Parish, VA. "To
,,,,,and Amy Scott all my wearing clothes. Residue of estate divided between my
7 children....Amy Scott." admin as wife of David Scott in 1749
(notes from Jack Bryson) 
Gatewood, Amy "Amee" (I1295831319)
 
66 ! Osborne "Osbern" Ball, served in Revolutionary War from North
Carolina. He inherited 5 shillings from his father's will of June 2, 1794. He is
reported to have had fourteen children, but the names of only two are known. 
Ball, Osborne (I1295834201)
 
67 ! Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants to the Americal Colonies or the
United Stat es. Gary Boyd Roberts, 1993. States in chart on p348
problematic as to which S ir John Savage was Alice's father.
Title: Boyd database "BOYD and MARKER Fa mily Tree" on RootsWeb WorldConnect at
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bi n/igm.cgi?db=ulsterboyd, Url:
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi ?db=ulsterboyd
Abbrev: Boyd database WorldConnect
Author: Ronald E. Boyd
Pub lication: updated 9 May 2001
Title: GEDCOM file imported on 9 Oct 2000. World Family Tree European Origins
Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Family #0602
Abbrev: WFT E1-060 2
Author: BrÃ[cedilla]derbund Software, Inc.
Publication: Release date: September 15, 1997
Note:
Title: The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215 : The Barons Named in the Magna Charta,1215 and Some of Their Descendants Who Settled in America During the Early Colonial Years, Fifth Edition
Abbrev: Weis [1999] Magna Charta Suret
Author: Frederick Lewis Weis, with additions and corrections by Walter Lee
S heppard Jr. and William R. Beall
Publication: Baltimore, Genealogical Publishi ng Co., 1999
Note:
Royal Families
Repository:
Name: Unknown
Repository :
Name: Unknown 
Savage, John (I1295781542)
 
68 ! Social Security Number was 097-38-6718. Is Buried in West Salem Cemetary in

Mount Vernon, Illinois.

The marriage to Katherine Truax was annulled. 
Morgan, George Alexander (I1295834478)
 
69 ! The surname YORK was recorded in Wiltshire where they were seated from
ancient times. British Eburac (=yew tree), Latinzied, mistranslated by
Anglo-Saxons as Eoforwic (=wild boar Wick), then Scandinavized by Vikings to
"Vorvik", finally became "York." English city and county. 
York, Richard (I1295831359)
 
70 ! They came to the colonies and are seen first in Nottingham Township, Chester
County, Pennsylvania between the years 1718-1729.1 The family moved to the Pipe
Creek Settlement (Union Bridge,Carroll County) of Maryland between Baltimore
and Philadelphia in the early 1700's.2 By 1750 the Yorks had moved to Granville
County, North Carolina in the Sandy Creek and Mount Pleasant Creek region
(today Randolph County). The Yorks became involved in the Baptist revival of
their era, and Semore donated land for the Creek Baptist Church. He lies at
rest in its cemetery where his stone reads "S Y, 8 Feb 1783"3. Semore was
loyal to the crown.... a Tory, as is shown in the following commission.
"To[...]William Fields, James Hunter, Robert Fields, Jeremiah Fields, and Seymoure
York, Esquires of the County of Guilford; Greetings: I hereby grant to you
power and authority to form the forces you shall so raise, into companies of
fifty men each, and to appoint one Captain, [...]and I do hereby give you[...]full
power and authority to seize and take whatsoever may be necessary of arms,
ammunition, provisions, horses, and carriage for the subsistence and
accommodation of His Majesty's faithful subjects[...]". Unfortunately, for him,
he was not a very successful Tory. He led his 34-man company into the into the
battle of Moore's Creek Bridge near Wilmington, North Carolina, on February 27,
1776. The British fared very badly, and Semore was captured and jailed in
Halifax. In October, his wife, Sylvania Aldridge York, petitioned for, and
secured, his release. Semore's descendants are located throughout the South
and include such famous men as Alvin C. York (believed to be our third cousin
three times removed), the most decorated soldier of WWI. Our line came from the
union of Jeremiah York and Sarah Allred in North Carolina. We suspect that
these families had had previous connections as the names appear together in
Pennsylvania and Maryland. Jeremiah and Sarah eventually settled in Clay
County, Kentucky. 
York, Jeremiah (I1295779253)
 
71 ! Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 4, pp. 123 and 324, 1896. Will of Katherine Banks Royall was dated 10 August 1686 and proved December 1686 in Henrico County, Virginia. This names son Joseph Royall and daughters Katherine Perrin and Sarah Wilkinson; also grandsons Henry Randolph, William Randolph, Richard Dennis, Maiden Maschall and Richard Perris; and granddaughters Elizabeth Randolph, Mary Randolph, Sarah Royall, Katherine Farrar, Ann Perrin, Mary Perrin, and Sarah Perrin. Banks, Elizabeth Katherine (I1295827212)
 
72 ! William Overton, and Mary Walters, his wife. The said William Overton, was a
son of Colonel (???)(General???) Overton, who commanded a Brigade of Iron sides
under Oliver Cromwell. William Harris became also a tobacconist, raising and
dealing in that weed, which was at that time a medium of exchange, and became
fairly well off in this worlds's goods 
Overton, William (I1295831329)
 
73 !(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, Old East
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burial ground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy,"by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL#929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, Old East
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burial ground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites:(a) Tombstone, OldEast
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burialground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, OldEast
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the oldEast Hartford burialground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, Old East
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burial ground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md.Cites: (a) Tombstone, Old East
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) Withhusband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burial ground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, OldEast
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT,1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2) 4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh inthe old East Hartford burialground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery.

!(1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,
Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Tombstone, OldEast
Hartford burial ground.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL
#1,008,343.

!Birth: (1a,2) Age 73 at death in 1822 (b. 1749).
Death: (1a,2)4 Dec 1822.
Burial: (1a) With husband Daniel Marsh in the old East Hartford burialground.
(2) Spencer Street Cemetery. 
Spencer, Margery (I1295820194)
 
74 !Age of 65 taken from the Pulaski Co., KY 1860 Census (Pg. 158 Somerset Dist.)
listing her as born in North Carolina.
!Monument to her in Peyton Randall C emetery, which cannot be from her
descendents; see notes on James, her husband . Phot of her monument on file.
!Documentation from Marie Randolph of Frankl in, IN shows Jamima Harp b-1786;
d-AFT 1870. Born in Maryland. It shows her as married to James Randolph III on
10-11-1813. 
Harp-Earp, Jemina (I1295787093)
 
75 !American Ancestry, Vol V, Thomas Hughes, 1887. Page 221 Ball, William (I1295832853)
 
76 !BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same asbirth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Family of Mount Pleasant Twp, WayneCo.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (sameas birth)
DEATH: (same as birth)

!BAPTISM: The History of the Hull Familyof Mount Pleasant Twp, Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvania, by Allan Fowler Hull, 1981, Camp Hill, PA
MARRIAGE: (same as birth)
DEATH: (same as birth) 
Hull, Josias (I1295822624)
 
77 !BAPTISM:Barton S. Parker was baptized a Member of the Regoranized Church Of
Latter Day Saints on 22 Dec 1860 at Crawford County,PA.(I beleive this should
be Indiana),by W.W.Blair.He was ordained an elder on 9 June 1861 by E.C.Briggs;
He attended the Holden,Missouri Branch;
SOURCE:RLDS deceased Files; Early Reorganization Minutes,1852-1871,Bk A,B,D,E,H;The History of the RLDS Church pp.291,
308,324,332;Holden,Missouri Branch Records
More About BARTON S. PARKER:
Baptism (LDS): May 06, 1918, SLAKE
Endowment (LDS): Bef. 1970
Sealed to parents (LDS): Bef. 1970 
Parker, Barton Stone (I1295832783)
 
78 !BAPTISM:Eliza Jane was baptized a member of the Reorganized Church Of Latter
Day Saints in 1861 by W.W.Blair.SOURCE:Early Regorganization Minutes, 1852-1871,
Book A,pp.89,239;Saints'Hearld Obituaries,1894,p.233 
Sellers, Eliza Jane (I1295832782)
 
79 !Batch 9495407, Sheet 03, Source Call No. 1395908, IGI, Family
History Library,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
# Sources:
1. Abbrev: Ball, A Elden: database of Edward Graham Ball
Title: A. Elden Ball, (4190 Butternut Rd. SLC, UT 84010) GEDCOM file imported in 1997, based on the works of Edward Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.rd Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.997, based on the works of Edward Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.
Text: 1. Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol. I. pg. 78
2. "Colonel William Ball of Virginia" by- Earl L. W. Heck, FHLC 921.73 - B21h
3. Ball Family History, Vol.3, Family History Library Catalog US/CAN 929.273 B21v
4. "A Brief Look At The Family Of Colonel William Ball of Virginia, Grandfather of Mary Ball, Mother of Pres. George Washington." page 116
5. Writings Of Washington, Vol. 32, Page 28 
Ball, Caleb (I1295784885)
 
80 !BIR-MAR-DEA-BUR:Family Group Record;submitted by;Lester Miles Willis;2515
Colfax St.;North Sacramento,CA 
Sellers, America Jane (I1295832969)
 
81 !BIR-MAR-DEA:Brown Co. Historical Collections; by Thompson; Submitted by Barbara
Wolfe; 5323 High St.Rd.; Logansport, Cass, Indiana 
Parker, Stephen (I1295791928)
 
82 !BIR-MAR-DEA:Woodbine Twiner;Woodbine,Harrison,Iowa;21 Jul 1921;#33;Reg.,of
Marriages;Clerk of Courts;Logan,Harrison,Iowa;20 Nov 1881;Clerks Record of
Deaths;# 140;Logan,Iowa 
Dow, Sarah E (I1295835332)
 
83 !BIR:The Woodbine Twiner;Woodbine,Harrison,Iowa;27 Mar 1930;Vol 52;#6 Parker, Clyde (I1295792210)
 
84 !BIRTH: Age is estimated by the marriage consent; she was under 18 at the time
of marriage. 1825-17=1808 or after. In the 1810 census she is 0-10. In the
1820 Census of William Herrin, she is listed as 10-16 (1804-1810); thus still
in agreement.
!MARRIAGE: Pulaski Co., KY Marriage Book I; page 67.
Erp, Singleton to Herrin, Rebecca 12-13-1825 by William Herrin, her
father. Surety: Jno Herrin. Consent William Herrin Wit. Philip Erp.
(Certified copy on file; Larry Herrin).
..........................................................................
Know all men by these presents that we Singleton Erp & John Herrin are
held firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Kentucky in the just & full sum
of L50 the payment of which well and truly to be made the sd Commonth We
bind Ourselves Our heirs Exers & Admons Jointly Severally and firmly by
these presents Sealed with Our seals and Dated this 13th day of December
AD 1825.
The Condition of the above Obligation is such that whereas there is a
marriage shortly intended to be had and solemnized between the above bound
Singleton Erp ________ and Rebecah Herrin ______ both of Pulaski County
here if there should be no lawful cause to Obstruct the same, then the
above Obligation to be void Else to remain in full force power virtue &
Effect his
Singleton X Erp
Ackd Will Fox CC mark
his
John X Herrin
..........................................................................
December the 13th 1825
Mr. William Fox Clark of the Circut Cort of pulaski County you are here by
auther Rised to give Singleton Erp and Rebecah Herrin Lawful Licenes to
jinethem in the holey Steof mattremoney this from under my hand to you
test William Herrin
phllop H. Earp
John Herrin
.......................................................................... 
Herrin, Rebecca (I1295798939)
 
85 !BIRTH: Based on 1870 & 1880 Laurel County, KY Census. Born in Virginia per
the 1880 Census, but it says Kentucky elsewhere. Date from tombstone given to
me by Gladys Herron Dunagan at the Herrin Reunion of 9-20-1992.
!LINEAGE: Based on the marriage consent of his 1st marriage to Catherine Hood,
consent by William Herrin, Sr.
!MARRIAGE: a) "Marriage Book AA Laurel County, Kentucky 1826-1853", page 14.
b) Laurel County Kentucky Marriage Bond dated 4 March 1857 William
Herron to Julia Ann Cottingam
source a):
consent:
..........................................................................
Mr. William Randeles Clark of Laurel County Sirket Cort this is to
autherise you to give william Herrin Jr. and Katharine hood Lawful Lisenes
to Jine them together in the holey State of mattremoney given under my
hand December 29th 1841.
Cyrus In Abnit Wm Herrin
..........................................................................
marriage bond:
..........................................................................
Know all men by there presents that William Herrin Jr. and John Hood are
held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Kentucky in the Sum of
fifty pounds for the payment of which well and truly to be made on bond
???? Our heirs We jointly & Severally possibly by these presents Witness
our hand and Seals this 29th Decr 1841
The condition of this obligation is Such that when as there is about
to ???? open the Clerks office of the Laurel County Court a Lincense for
a marriage intended between the above bound William Herrin Jr. and Cath-
erine Hood of sd. County. Now should there be no lawful cause to obstruct
said marriage then this obligation is to be void else to remain in full
force. his
William X Herrin Jr. -SEAL-
mark
John Hood -SEAL-
..........................................................................
marriage license:
..........................................................................
Laurel County Sct
To any minister of the Gospel legally authorized to celebrate the rites
of matrimony
This is to License you to join Mr. William Herrin Jr. and Miss
Catherine Hood together in a holy state of matrimony the consent of the
father of said Herrin being duly certified to me and the consent of the
father of said Catherine being personally given before me, and the said
Herrin having executed the necessary Bond in my office.
Given under my hand this 29th Dec 1841
W. H. Randall Clk
..........................................................................
!VOCATION: Per 1880 Laurel Co., KY Census he was a 'shingle maker". Gladys
Herron Dunagan said he was also a vegetable grower and seller.
!CENSUS: 1880 Laurel Co. KY indicates his father and mother were both from
Virginia.
!NOTE: His great-grandaughter Gladys Herron Dunagan told Larry Herrin at the
Herrin Family Reunion held at Burnside Park on 9-20-92 that William a vegetable
grower and he was killed while crossing the railroad tracks in his wagon,
loaded with vegetables. Jean Cottingim said that William had a son named Laddle
Cottingim who was conceived with his wife's sister. William raised him and he
sometimes went by the name Laddle Herron.
!DEATH: From grave stone given to me by Gladys Herron Dunagan, Buried at
Liberty Cemetery. 
Herron, William "Billy" (I1295798943)
 
86 !Birth: merged record stated abt 1569.

!Birth: merged record stated abt 1569.

!Birth: merged record stated abt 1569.

!Birth: merged record stated abt1569.

!Birth: merged record stated abt 1569.

!Birth: merged record stated abt 1569.

!Birth: merged record stated abt 1569.

!Birth: merged recordstated abt 1569. 
Gaimer, Joan (I1295826798)
 
87 !BIRTH: Per marriage record of Sally Herrin to Cyrus Inabnit, her guardian John
Herrin signed consent (brother). William, Sr. had gone to Laurel County that
year 1837. For consent Sally was under 18. 1837-17=1820. The 1820 Census of
Wm. Herrin shows 2 daughters 0-10; (1810-1820). This means Sally had to be
born in 1820 to fit both conditions. If the 1830 Wm. Herrin household is
examined, a daughter 10-15 (1815-1820) is found (Sally?). This meets all
conditions with her age at 1820.
!MARRIAGE:
"Marriage Records Pulaski County Kentucky 1797-1850". page 81 Cyrus Inabnit
bride. 1837 1-6 m. Sally Herrin bondsman: Joseph Inabnit. f. Joseph Inabnit
John Herrin, Gdn. of bride. Wm. Stogsdill. (Certified copy on file; Larry
Herrin).
..........................................................................
Know all men by these presents that we Cyrus Inabnit & Joseph Inabnit Wm
Stogsdill are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwelath of Kentucky in
the just and full sum of fifty pounds, the payment of which well and truly
be made to the said commonwealth of Kentucky we bind ourselves our heirs
Exrs and Admrs jointly severally & firmly by these presents sealed with
our seals and dated this 6th day of January 1837.
The Condition of the above obligation is such that where there is a
marriage shortly intended to be had and solemnized between the above bound
Cyrus Inabnit and Sally Herrin of Pulaski County If there be no lawful
cause to obstruct the same then the above obligation to be void otherwise
to remain in full force power & virtue Cyrus Inabnit (SEAL)
Ackd Joseph Inabnit (SEAL)
AJJames Wm Stogsdill
..........................................................................
Kentucky Pulaski County Sct.
These are to License and permit you to join together in the holy
state of matrimony Cyrus Inabnit and Sally Herrin both of the County
aforesaid, the said Cyrus Inabnit has produced the personal consent of
Joseph Inabnit his father as well as the personal consent of John Herrin,
actg guardian of the said Sally, and executed bond with security in my
office conditioned as the Law directs Given under my hand as clerk of the
Pulaski County Court at my office in the Town of Somerset this 6th day of
January 1837.
To any person legally authorised
to celebrate the rites of matrimony Will Fox Clk
..........................................................................
!NOTE: As pertaining to lineage, Cyrus Inabnit (Inabout) certified the consent
signature of William Herrin, Sen. to the license of William Herrin, Jun. to
Catherine Hood in Laurel Co., KY. Cyrus Inabnit would be the brother-in-law of
William, Jun. 
Herrin, Sally (I1295798942)
 
88 !Book - Colonel William Ball of Virginia
By Earl L. W. Heck.
!Francis Ball's wife and death date copied from family group record submitted to FHL by Isabell L. Johnson of Oakland, California lists marriage 8 May 1644
Sources:
1. Abbrev: Ball, A Elden: database of Edward Graham Ball
Title: A. Elden Ball, (4190 Butternut Rd. SLC, UT 84010) GEDCOM file imported in 1997, based on the works of Edward Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.rd Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.997, based on the works of Edward Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.
Text: 1. Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol. I. pg. 78
2. "Colonel William Ball of Virginia" by- Earl L. W. Heck, FHLC 921.73 - B21h
3. Ball Family History, Vol.3, Family History Library Catalog US/CAN 929.273 B21v
4. "A Brief Look At The Family Of Colonel William Ball of Virginia, Grandfather of Mary Ball, Mother of Pres. George Washington." page 116
5. Writings Of Washington, Vol. 32, Page 28
2. Abbrev: Ancestral File (R)
Title: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R) (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998)pyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998.
Repository:
Name: Family History Library
Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA
Repository:
Name: Family History Library
Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA 
Ball, Francis (I1295832949)
 
89 !buried at his Grandfather Thomas Brewer's home place; about one and one half miles east of Olive Branch, one mile west of Jerusalem Church. Smith, Alfred Jackson (I1295710925)
 
90 !buried Pleasant Hill Baptist Church !home place was on the Fish Road about four miles east of New Salem, about two miles from the Anson county line. Smith, William Butler "Bill" (I1295805843)
 
91 !CENSUS:1820 Perry Co., Indiana; FHL film # 205, 608 page 145; 1840 Galesburg
Twp.,Knox, ILL.; 1850 Coldbrook Twp., Warren, ILL.
!Birth-Marriage-Death; Parker-Rowe Genealogy Notes, Compiled by A.G. and C.W.
Parker, assisted by A.T. and Mary E. Parker, August 1928; Brown Co. Historical
Collections; by Thompson;Submitted by Barbara Wolfe;5323 HighSt.Rd. ;Logansport,Cass,Indiana;
Copy in possession of Earl Patterson 1184 Sierra Ave Oroville, Ca., 95965 
Parker, Justus (I1295832859)
 
92 !CENSUS:1850 Coldbrook Twp.,Warren,ILL.; 1860 Coldbrook Twp.,Warren,ILL.;Page #
400; 1870 Union Twp.,Harrison,Iowa;Page #5; 1880 Union Twp.,Harrison,Iowa;E.D.
88;Page #20
!BIR-MAR-DEA:Iowa State Board Of Health:Certificate of Death;number 97 0305;IA.
marriage license;number 694;State Of Illinois;Warren County;Reorganized L.D.S
Church;little Sioux,Iowa district;Copy Of licensenses in possession of Earl
Patterson, 1184 Sierra Ave Oroville,Ca., 95965; Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763-1900
!RELATIONSHIP:1st G Grandfather to GEn Circle--Earl's Lines by Earl Patterson
!BAPTISM:Ashcraft R.Parker was baptized a member of the RLDS Church on 29 Aug
1897 at Smithland,Woodbury,Iowa,by H.O.Smith;SOURCE:Early Reorganization Minute
s;1872-1905;Bk E,K.
P.N.:I recieved a letter from a cousin in Valley,NE.,the 27th 0f Aug 1996,in
which she states that there was another male in this family named Silas that
is all that is known about him as of now.

!CENSUS:1850 Coldbrook Twp.,Warren,ILL.; 1860 Coldbrook Twp.,Warren,ILL.;Page # 400; 1870 Union Twp.,Harrison,Iowa;Page #5; 1880 Union Twp.,Harrison,Iowa;E.D.8 8;Page #20
!BIR-MAR-DEA:Iowa State Board Of Health:Certificate of Death;numb er 97 0305;IA.
marriage license;number 694;State Of Illinois;Warren County;Reo rganized L.D.S Church;little Sioux,Iowa district;Copy Of licensenses in possess ion of Earl Patterson, 1184 Sierra Ave Oroville,Ca., 95965
!RELATIONSHIP:1st G Grandfather
!BAPTISM:Ashcraft R.Parker was baptized a member of the RLDS Church on 29 Aug 1897 at Smithland, Woodbury, Iowa, by H.O.Smith;
SOURCE:Early Reorganization Minutes;1872-1905;Bk E,K.
P.N.:I recieved a letter from a co usin in Valley, NE.,the 27th 0f Aug 1996,in which she states that there was ano ther male in this family named Silas that is all that is known about him as of now. 
Parker, Ashcraft Roach (I1295832867)
 
93 !CENSUS:1850 Coldbrook Twp.,Warren,ILL.; 1860 ColdbrookTwp.,Warren,ILL.;Page #4 00; 1870 Union Twp.,Harrison,Iowa;Page #5; 1880 Union Twp.,Harrison,Iowa;E.D.
88; Page 20
!BIR-DEA-BUR:Records of the Reorganized Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints;#129;Little Sioux Branch;Woodbine,Harrison,Iowa;PWA Records;H arrison Co.Iowa 
Parker, Pingree (I1295832945)
 
94 !CENSUS:1850 ColdbrookTwp.,Warren,ILL.; 1860 Coldbrook Twp.,Warren,ILL.;Page #
400; 1870 Union Twp.,Harrison,Iowa; Page #5; 1880 Union Twp.,Harrison,Iowa;E.D .
88; Page #20
!MARRIAGE:Copy of license in Possession of Earl Patterson, 1 184 Sierra Ave
Oroville,Ca. 95965 
Peckenpaugh, Mary Polly (I1295832868)
 
95 !CENSUS:1860 Coldbrook Twp., Warren, ILL
!BIR-DEA-BUR: Parker Cemetary Records; Coldbrook Twp,; Warren; Illinois; Section #
29; Automated Archives; CD #2; 1994 edition of; Indiana marriages;Crawford
County; Indiana; 1818 to 1835; list this marriage date as; 9 Apr 1829 
Parker, Harvey (I1295832790)
 
96 !CENSUS:1860 Coldbrook Twp.,Warren,ILL.; Page #400; 1870 Union Twp.,Harrison, Iowa;Page #5; 1880 Union Twp.,Harrison,Iowa;E.D.88 Page #20
!DEATH-BURIAL:Clerks Record of Deaths;Clerk of Courts;Logan,Iowa; The Woodbine Twiner;Vol 52;27 Mar 1930;Woodbine,Harrison,Iowa 
Parker, Thomas G (I1295835331)
 
97 !CENSUS:1860 Coldbrook Twp.,Warren,ILL.;Page # 400; 1870 Union Twp.,Harrsion,
Iowa; Page #5; 1880 Union Twp.,Harrison,Iowa; E.D.88; Page # 20 
Parker, Henry Gardner (I1295832968)
 
98 !desc-big statue, black long hair, hazel eyes, 6 ft approx, 160-180 lbs, hard worker, well though of, dip snuff, disagreeable in the mornings. Thomas, Embler Arwilder (I1295824077)
 
99 !died without children and is probably buries at Bethel Methodist Church, Cabarrus Co.,NC. Shinn, Ida Eugenia (I1295824535)
 
100 !from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC- 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from informationprovided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 2S9W-HX

Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 2S9W-HX 
White, Anna Rosanna (I1295764107)
 
101 !from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC- 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from informationprovided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. 
White, Daniel (I1295764969)
 
102 !from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. First nameonly
and childrens names.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. First nameonly
and childrens names.

!from information provided by SusanCanney, NGC - 12/10/91. Firstnameonly
and childrens names.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Firstnameonly
and childrens names.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. First nameonly
and childrens names.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC -12/10/91. First nameonly
and childrens names.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Firstnameonly
and childrens names.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Firstnameonly
and childrens names. 
Parye, Margaret Ann (I1295818767)
 
103 !from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only. 
Rich, ♥ Alice (I1295807172)
 
104 !from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC- 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only,other
from LDS.

!from information providedby Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS.

!frominformation provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC- 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only,other
from LDS.

!from information providedby Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS.

!frominformation provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS 
White, Richard (I1295804333)
 
105 !from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91.Name only,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC- 12/10/91. Name only,other
from LDS.

!from information provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS.

!from information providedby Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Nameonly,other
from LDS.

!from informationprovided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only,other
from LDS.

!frominformation provided by Susan Canney, NGC - 12/10/91. Name only,other
from LDS 
Kirston, Ellen (I1295804332)
 
106 !from NGC 12-09-91, Marylou Barrett.

!from NGC 12-09-91, Marylou Barrett.

!from NGC 12-09-91, Marylou Barrett.

!from NGC 12-09-91, Marylou Barrett.

!from NGC 12-09-91, Marylou Barrett.

!from NGC 12-09-91, Marylou Barrett.

!from NGC 12-09-91, Marylou Barrett.

!from NGC 12-09-91, Marylou Barrett. 
Porter, John (I1295827488)
 
107 !James was generally known as Capt. Overton, and was patentee of lands on Elk
Creek in Louisa Co. In 1723. His wife Elizabeth Garland was sister of Margaret
Garland who married his brother William. He was sheriff of Hanover County in
1735. 
Garland, Margaret "Peggy" (I1295779237)
 
108 !James was generally known as Capt. Overton, and was patentee of lands on Elk
Creek in Louisa Co. In 1723. His wife Elizabeth Garland was sister of Margaret
Garland who married his brother William. He was sheriff of Hanover County in
1735. 
Overton, James (I1295831316)
 
109 !LINEAGE: Edward Herrin had no daughter named Rachael per Edward Herrin Bible
Records (on file; L. R. Herrin). If the Herrin's of Pulaski Co. are examined,
there are only five choices for Rachel's parents: 1) Jesse (too young, b. ca.
1801), 2) Jane (too old and no spouse living), 3) Edward (no child listed in
Bible as such), 4) John (too young and all his children are known from Joseph
A. Herrin Bible Records), and 5) William.
!BIRTH: Marriage consent was given to Rachel Herrin and Morris Stogsdill by
Edward Herrin in 1834. Edward had no daughters named Rachel per the Edward
Herrin Bible. Rachel was then under 18 when she was married in 1834
(1834-17)=1817 or 1816 at the earliest depending on time of the year she was
born. Per the 1820 Census of William Herrin, he had 2 daughters under 10
(Rachel and Sally?). Per the 1830 Census, he had a daughter 10-15 (1815-1820);
Sally and a daughter 15-20 (1810-1815). Depending on the time of year the
latest this could have been is 1816. Consequently, Rachel had to be born in
1816 to meet both conditions.
!MARRIAGE: Pulaski County Kentucky Marriage Book I Rachel Herrin married Morris
Stogsdill 1834 12-3 consent Thomas Stogsdill bondsman: Edward Herrin. (Certified
copy on file; L.R. Herrin).
..........................................................................
Know all men by their presents that we Morris Stogsdill and Edward Herrin
__________ are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Kentucky in
the just and full sum of fifty pounds the payment of which well and truly
to be made to the said Commonwealth of Kentucky, we bind ourselves our
heirs Exr's & Adm'rs jointly severally and firmly by these presents, sealed
with our seals and dated this 3d day of December 1834.
The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas there is a
marriage shortly intended to be had & solemnized between the above bound
Morris Stogsdill and Rachael Herrin both ______ of Pulaski County, if there
be no lawful course to obstruct the same, then the above obligation to be
void, otherwise to remain in full force
Ackd.
In Presence of ? Morris Stogsdill (SEAL)
AJJames DC Edward Herrin (SEAL)
..........................................................................
Mr. Will Fox sir please to let Mor is Stogs dill have mar iage lisen this
order given from under my hand this decth 2 day 1834 thomas Stogsdill
his
Edward X Herrin
mark
..........................................................................
!NOTES: Will of Benjamin Stogsdil (Morris' father?) lists William Herrin as a
witness. Further evidence that Rachael is the daughter of William Herrin. 
Herrin, Rachael (I1295798941)
 
110 !MAR:Brown Co. Historical Collections;by Thompson;Submitted by;Barbara Wolfe;
5323 High St.Rd.;Logansport,Cass,Indiana;Dorothy married Joseph Springer 
Parker, Doratha A. (I1295838169)
 
111 !MAR:Brown Co.Historical Collections;by Thompson;Submitted by;Barbara Wolfe; 5323 High St. Rd.;Logansport,Cass,Indiana;Valinnah married Sabenstian Stoufe; 11 Sep 1817
# Title: Joyce Smith
Text: Residence: Monongalia County, Virginia (now West Virginia)
Residence: 1807 on tax list in Adams County, OH: Peter Sr., Peter Jr., Justice, Elihu, and Sylvanus
Residence: 1810 poll book Adams County, OH, Byrd Twp.
Event: Comment 1 there are a lot of discrepancies concerning the dates of birth of Jacob's children. Some of the dates given don't make sense, and some disagree with those found in other documents.
Will: 13 MAY 1817 Will dated, from Record of Wills, Brown County, OH; Clermont County, OH. 3
Census: 1815 Enumeration of males over 21 in Adams County, either Byrd or Eagle Twp.
Event: Lineage had at least 12 children: 6 by Rachel and 6 by Martha.
Emigration: according to Brown County, History, before coming to OH, Peter's family lived in MD, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and KY 
Parker, Vallinah M "Valley" (I1295833166)
 
112 !MAR:Thomas Hauley Jr.;9 Aug 1827;Received information from;Barbara Wolfe;5323
High St.Rd.;Logansport,Cass,Indana 
Handley, Thomas (I1295838176)
 
113 !MARRIAGE: Data on children's birth dates obtained from correspondence with
Kathleen Rizer dated 1 February 1997. She states to have obtained them from
the French Morgan book and further states that the AN.File gives his birth as
both 25 Ot 1769 and 25 Nov 1771.
!MARRIAGE: Data on children's birth dates obtained from correspondence with
Kathleen Rizer dated 1 February 1997. She states to have obtained them from
the French Morgan book and further states that the AN.File gives his birth as
both 25 Ot 1769 and 25 Nov 1771.
!MARRIAGE: Data on children's birth dates obtained from correspondence with
Kathleen Rizer dated 1 February 1997. She states to have obtained them from
the French Morgan book and further states that the AN.File gives his birth as
both 25 Ot 1769 and 25 Nov 1771. 
Morgan, James (I1295831980)
 
114 !MARRIAGE: Pulaski County Kentucky Marriage Book I
John Herrin m. Anna Earp 18 25 5-31 bondsman: Singleton Earp Joint consent
of William Herrin and Josiah Ea rp. Kin not stated.
........................................................ ..................
Know all men by these present, that me John Herrin and Sing leton Earp are
held firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Kentucky in the exat full sum
of L50 the payment of which will and truly to be made in the said
C ommonwealth. We bind ourselves our heirs ???? and Actm?? Jointly
Sureally and firmly by their ????????? with our seals and date this 3rd
day of May 1825 The Condition of the above Obligation is such that whereas
there is a marriage sh ortly intended to be had and solemnized between the
above bound John Herrin & Anna Earp both of Pulaski County now if there
should be no lawful cause to Obs truct the same ???? this the above
Obligation to be void ??????? to Remain in full force power & Vishn.
Ack Sam J Fox DC his
John X Herrin
mark
his
Sing leton X Earp
mark
May the 31 d: 1825 Mr William Fox Clark of the Sircut Cort of pulaski
County you are here by Requested to give John Herrin and anna Erpe Lawful
Lisenes to fine them for the holy State of matremoney for I William Her rin
and Josiah Earp have no object against the same this from under our handes
to you.
William Herrin
test his
Singleton Earpe Josiah X Earpe
mark 
Earp, Ann (I1295786850)
 
115 !NAME:Register Of Marriages;#10;20 Nov 1881;Clerk Of Courts;Logan,Harrison,Iowa Tenney, J M (I1295792212)
 
116 !NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ; June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA
Ancestral File Number: 52L8-7G
Hist of Weymouth Mass, Vo 3 pg 226, Vital Records Mass W 39 p.109; NE Gen and Hist. Mag, Jan 1965 p.6-14. Md. Abiah Whitman.
Alternate name found in GEDCOM file: Mary /FORD/
!NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ; July 1996 (c), data as of 2 January 1996; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA
!NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ; July 1996 (c), data as of 2 January 1996; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA
Alternate name found in GEDCOM file: Mary FORD
Line 20230 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long: BIRT DATE CU 1647/48
From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
Daughter of Andrew Ford of Weymouth and Eleanor (Lovell), daughter ofRobert Lovell. [History of the town of Abington, Mass., Benjamin Hobart, 1866] 
Ford, Mary (I1295830007)
 
117 !Record taken from record of James E. Ball: transcript of information in old Bible which belonged to John Ball and Winifred Williams.
!Info from " James Ball, 1690, Carteret Co., No. Car. compiled by Edward Graham Ball, 1987 of P. O. Box 1348, Perris, Calif. 92370. His record shows the following sources:
1. Joseph Druse, 667 Virginia St., East Lansing, Michigan 48823.
2. Walter Vancion Ball, 3314 Coquelin Terr., Chevy Chase, Md. 20015.
3. Reba Collins Neighbors, Will Rogers Memorial, Claremore, Ok. 74018.
James was a lieutenant in the American Revolution.
"Lieut. James Ball, executive dept., Apr. 16, 1833; The heirs of James Ball are allowed Land Bounty for his services as a Lieutenant in the Continental Line for 3 years if not heretofore drawn. (signed) John Floyd, Governor."
marriage 1744 aft. children births
Sources:
1. Abbrev: Ball, A Elden: database of Edward Graham Ball
Title: A. Elden Ball, (4190 Butternut Rd. SLC, UT 84010) GEDCOM file imported in 1997, based on the works of Edward Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.rd Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.997, based on the works of Edward Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.
Text: 1. Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol. I. pg. 78
2. "Colonel William Ball of Virginia" by- Earl L. W. Heck, FHLC 921.73 - B21h
3. Ball Family History, Vol.3, Family History Library Catalog US/CAN 929.273 B21v
4. "A Brief Look At The Family Of Colonel William Ball of Virginia, Grandfather of Mary Ball, Mother of Pres. George Washington." page 116
5. Writings Of Washington, Vol. 32, Page 28
2. Abbrev: Web Site
Title: Web Site
Text: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/r/i/James-A-Price/GENE3-0 009.html#CHILD10
3. Abbrev: Ball Family of SouthWest Virginia
Title: Palmer Ray Ball, Ball Family of SouthWest Virginia (Cumberland Crafters, 1933 and microfiche G3 136 from SUTRO librrary)rafters, 1933 and microfiche G3 136 from SUTRO librrary.
Text: p. 4 quoting from "Virginia Soldiers of 1776" by Louis A Burgess 
Ball, Lieut James (I1295834194)
 
118 !The Pulaski Co. KY 1860 Census shows James Randolph as 80 years old (Pg 158),
Somerset District. He is listed as a farmer born in North Carolina. His wife i s
Jemima, 65 years old.
!There is a marker in the Peyton Randall Cemetery g iving homage to him as an
early pioneer and settler og Pulaski County; by his gr-gr-grandsons.
Ironically, this individual is too young to be their James Ra ndolph, but is
probably Peyton Randolph's brother. Peyton and James are more l ikely, the sons
of James Randolph, Jr., the husband of Matilda MacNear or McNe ar.
!A photo is on file of the monument to James and Jemima. However, the ac tual
grave is allegedly on the Denton Sears Farm on Bent Rd. in the old Randol ph
Cemetery. It is on the bend before one comes to the Oather Randall Cemetery ,
and is under the big tree by the farm gate. James Randolph, Jr. and Matilda
Meakner are believed to be buried there also, with stones labeled "J" and "M".
Mrs. Wanda Cheatham (d/o Denton Sears) said she saw the "Ole man Randolph
to mbstone" back in 1955; her dad showed it to her."
!Marie Randolph's informat ion shows James b-1783; d-1860, and that he came from
Caswell Co., NC. 
Randall, James I (I1295787092)
 
119 !Transcript of information in old Bible which belonged to John Ball and Winifred Williams.
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/r/i/James-A-Price/GENE3-0 009.html#CHILD10
email: JPrice@aol.com
Book F, No.2,page 56, John patented 221 acres of land on the north branch of Hunting Creek, North Neck Land Grants 2:188. He also bought 343 acres from Robert Brent, executor of Nicholas Brent, on the north side of Hunting Creek. They lived on four Mile Run and Little Hunting Creek near Alexandria Fairfax County Virginia. John Ball removed to Hunting Creek soon after the purchase and left a will, proved in the County Court of Stafford, after Johns death his widow Winifred married Benjamin Lawrence and produced one daughter, her name was Priscylla... Will of John Ball, Stafford County Virginia. In the name of God, Amen: I John Ball of the County of Stafford and in the Parish of Overwharton being sick and weak but Blessed by God in my perfect senses, Do ordain this my Last Will and Testament revoking and disnulling all other Will or Wills here to fore made by me or intended to be made in matter or form as followeth. First I resign my soul to Almighty God who gave it to me,and hope through Merits Death and passion of my dear Saviour Jesus Crist hope for a full pardon and remission of all my sins and hope that I shall meet my Blessed Saviour in a joyful Resurrection at the Last Day. Next I desire my body to the earth from whence it came to be decently buried by my executrix hereafter named. Item: I give and bequeath to my well beloved son James Ball that plantation where he now dwells and as much of that track of land joining at both ends of said plantation as shall make the quantity of one hundred acres to him and his heirs lawfully begotton for ever, but in default of such heirs then to fall to George Ball my youngest son to him and his heirs lawfully begotten for ever if in default of such heirs then to fall to the next male heir of the kin forever. Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Moses Ball all the land and plantation and Water Mill that belongeth to me on the north side Great Hunting Creek to him and his heirs lawfully brgotten and in default of such heirs that then to fall to the next male heirs forever.
# Birth: ABT 1670 in , Fairfax, Virginia
# Death: 1722 in , Stafford, Virginia
# LDS Baptism: 4 JUN 1991 Temple: JRIVE
# Endowment: 11 JUL 1991 Temple: JRIVE
# Sealing Child: 30 JUL 1991 Temple: JRIVE
# Ancestral File #: 3WZL-H1
Home Page: Seeking all descendants of Sgt. John McVey and McVeys everywhere: Vern Taylor
Sources:
1. Abbrev: Ball, A Elden: database of Edward Graham Ball
Title: A. Elden Ball, (4190 Butternut Rd. SLC, UT 84010) GEDCOM file imported in 1997, based on the works of Edward Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.rd Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.997, based on the works of Edward Graham Ball in 1987. See "Edward Ball of 1670, Family Line" and "Family Record of James Ball 1690 of Carteret Co. North Carolina". Additions and corrections by Vern, "vyrntaylor@yahoo.com" and Renda Taylor.
Text: 1. Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol. I. pg. 78
2. "Colonel William Ball of Virginia" by- Earl L. W. Heck, FHLC 921.73 - B21h
3. Ball Family History, Vol.3, Family History Library Catalog US/CAN 929.273 B21v
4. "A Brief Look At The Family Of Colonel William Ball of Virginia, Grandfather of Mary Ball, Mother of Pres. George Washington." page 116
5. Writings Of Washington, Vol. 32, Page 28 
Ball, John (I1295833004)
 
120 !When Jeannine and I were married, we honeymooned at Niagra Falls, NY enroute
to Indianapolis Indiana where I was stationed in the Army at Fort Benjamin
Harrison 1951. I was sent to Korea from this station and we had only a few
months there, Jeannine returned home to Albany, NY and lived with her family at
28 First St., basement rear apartment while I was in Korea 52-53. Upon my
return to the US she came down to Beverwick,NJ and we lived in a small
apartment while I became discharched from the service. We then returned to
Albany and lived at 28 First St., first floor rear apartment. We also lived at
one time in a second floor rear apt. at 20 First St., Albany, NY, 3 differant
apts., in Schenectady, NY, a house in Watervliet, NY, a house in Menands, NY,
an apt. on Westerlo St., in Albany, NY, and apt. in Danville, Ill., a house in
Mt. Vernon, Ill, an apt. in Beria, Ohio. She and the girls lived in a trailer
court in Las Vegas, Clark, NV and at differant times, 2 apartments in Las
Vegas, Clark, NV, after our divorce. We did travel a bit. She did remarry,
but it lasted less than a year as I remember it. At the time of her death she
was living alone in an apt., that Mike (Cheryl's husband) and I moved her into,
only about 4 blocks from where she was working with the same company that Bruce was working at the time. (Jack Leroy BRYSON)
! While we (Jack and Jeannine) were living in West Palm Beach, Florida I was
teaching ball room dancing at the Arthur Murray studios there and Jeannine
became a Junior, that is in training to be an instructor. Managment did not
want people to know we were a married couple so Jeannine took the name of Miss
Holly as an instructor. I had been teaching at the Albany, NY studio and the
Troy, NY studio before we transfered to the West Palm Beach studio. From there
we were transfered up to Evansville, Indiana studio. From there we gave it up
and moved back to Albany, NY. This was prior to the birth of Dawn, about
1958-59. Bruce was to turn 5 in Nov 1958 and we had him with us, tried to get
him into school but they would not take him till hey was age 6, in Florida, so
we flew him to Albany, to spend some time with my parents and he could begin
school there, they would accept him since he would be 5 before the end of the
years, laws, laws, laws.
!CEMETERY: Beverwick, next to her mom and dad and her grandfather on her dad's
side (Charles SNYDER). 
Snyder, Norma Jeannine (I1295786019)
 
121 !Will Written - 22 February 1742/43; Codicil 12 March 1742/43; Will proved 11 April 1743:
Son Thomas Berry plantation whereon he now lives during his natural life and his wife's widowhood containing one hundred and fifty acres by estimation bounded as followeth: to the line formerly Partin Hundall's strait to the schoolhouse branch, thence to the main road and along to the said road to Suttons corner dogwood tree, thence to "Scotland" line. They make no waste and if the make waste of the land and timber more than their proper use, land to go to my son John Berry.
Son John Berry neck of land called "Scotland Neck" and a tract of land formerly Partin Hudnall's bounding along Lattimore's line to the main branch and up the schoolhouse branch to his brother's line, both the said tracts containing by estimation on hundred and fifty acres and that parcel of land whereon my son Thomas Berry lives after his death and his wife's widowhood.
Son William Berry plantation whereon I now live and the remainder of my land adjoining by estimation two hundred acres. If my son William should die before he comes of age or have lawful issue, his land to my son George Berry.
Son Thomas Berry negro man Dick for his support during his natural life, all that cattle in his possession and all my wearing clothes.
Son John Berry negro woman Hazar, negro man James, one feather bed and furniture.
Daughter Alice Lattimore negro girl Nan and twenty pounds cash towards buying another, one feather bed and furniture.
Daughter Patience Ingram negro woman Moll and negro girl Nell, one feather bed and furniture.
Daughter Sarah Berry negro woman Lucy and negro girl Winnie, one feather bed and furniture.
Daughter Elizabeth Forrester negro girl Priscilla, one feather bed and furniture, one cow with calf, one pied steer, four sheep, one mulberry table, three white chairs, one black chair, three plates, two dishes, two basons, one tankard, six spoons, one chest, one pot and fry pan.
Granddaughter Barbery Lattimore negro girl Suckey.
Sons William and George Berry all the rest of my slaves, to be equally divided between them when my son George comes of age of twenty years. If either of my sons William or George should die before they come of age, the survivor to have the other part of the slaves and their increase.
Twenty pounds cash to be raised out of my personal estate by my executors before division, to buy my son George Berry land. If my son George Berry should die before he comes of age the money or land to go to my son William.
All my personal estate to be equally divided between my two sons William and George Berry and my daughter Sarah Berry when my son William comes to the age of nineteen.
Daughter Sarah Berry shall have her dwelling on my plantation and liberty to work her hands during her maiden life.
Son George to be kept at his learning and a trade of bricklaying or storekeeping which my executors shall think proper and to be brought up by Travers Colston, gent.
Travers Colston, George Ball JR., David Lattimore and John Berry executors.
CODICIL: dated 12 March 1742/43
If my son Thomas Berry is not satisfied with what I gave him and he should bring suit or action to cause trouble, what I have given him in land and personal estate to go to my son John Berry and that Thomas receive a mill shilling for his part.
Witness: John Gouch and John Bowen.
genealogy@ronulrich.com 
Berry, Thomas (I1295833775)
 
122 !Will; Northumberland County, Virginia Record book 1718-1726 pages 279-280:
In the name of God Amen. I John Ingram of the County of Northumberland in Virginia...do therefore make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following...and as for the estate..God has been pleased to bestow on me
I give and bequeath as followeth and first for the negroes I put in Mr. John Swan possession to work for and maintain my daughter Sarah Swan now wife of said John Swan..whose names are as follows Viz, Jack, Turk, Rose, Pegg, Lucy, Peter, Boson, Guy, Judey, Frank, Jenney, and Dick being twelve which said negroes I give my daughter Sarah Swan for and during her natural life and at her death to be equally divided among her children and their heirs, and for the want of such children the rest of my cash land negroes goods and chattells many...and that my estate not be appraised...
I give Thomas Winter my right of land where he now lives provided I am not molested of any part of my land within my lines of agreement and the survey made by the jury...
my dear and loving wife, Ann Ingram to be sole executor..
I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 23rd day of June 1720.
Witnesses: Solomon Northern, John Brewer, George Ball, Samuel Helms, and Thomas Harding.
Signature Seal: Died January 20, 1722 Proved and recorded. 
Ingram, John (I1295783985)
 
123 " The Boone Family ", published in 1921 by Hazel Spraker shows, on page 129, the marriage of Sarah Bryan ( daughter of William Bryan and Mary Boone ) as having married William Chinn, Which later proved to be incorrect. Hazel Spraker published a correction sheet to " The Boone Family " which was issued August 1, 1947. In this correction sheet she cLeerly shows that Sarah Bryan, daughter of William Bryan and Mary Boone, married James Grimes, and not William Chinn. Bryan, Sarah (I1295833760)
 
124 "'Jean' died of respiratory failure because of lung disease. She first married Leonard England and they were divorced. She then married Bill Knudsen. They were divorced. She then married Edward rose who she also divorced and then remarried Leonard England. She is buried in Green Valley Cemetery near Hartville, MO." -Gail Mansker (Copied from computer records, July, 1994) Mansker, Delsa Lether (I1295765743)
 
125 "A genealogical sketch of the Lambert family of Milford, Conn.": p. [205]-216. Source (S-1471903458)
 
126 "A woman of great wisdom and capacity for love. She had patience without end and seemed to see the best in everyone." -Gail Mansker (Taken from computer records, July 1994) Bresler, Stella Joan (I1295827224)
 
127 "Administration granted to son John (3) Mar 18 1717-1718" Cressey, William (I1295768341)
 
128 "Assisted by: Rosalie C. Batson"--Vol. 2 t.p.|||Includes bibliographical references (v.1, p. 167) and indexes. Source (S-1476178429)
 
129 "August 1884."|||Includes index. Source (S-1472527474)
 
130 "Beches" "Backus" "Beckus" Baccus, John (I1295805332)
 
131 "Being the proceedings of the meeting of the Old Dartmouth Historical Society, held at Christian Endeavor Hall, Smith Mills, July 1, 1905 ... "|||"The 'Old Dartmouth historical sketches' will be published by the society from time to time ... " Source (S-1471888546)
 
132 "Bible Record of John Tippey" from Olive Hill and Tina Moss; tinaseven@kyonline.net
See Abner H. and Lydia Ann for Rye genealogy. Researched 1975-2001.
Sources:
Rye family Bible
1850 Illinouis Federal Census
1860-1870 Kentucky Federal Census
Ballard County, Kentucky Court Records
Statistics of Ballard County, Judith MaGhee
Mrs. Robert McCrumb Marketville, Ind. 
Tippey, John J (I1295834002)
 
133 "Biographical and genealogical": p. 461-782.|||Appendix: "Roster of the Chester County soldiers in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-65, p. i-xxxvii.|||Includes index.|||Separate index to families and persons published in 1971, compiled by Lucy I. Smedley and Arabella Cleveland.|||Bibliography: p. 311-325. Source (S-1483424137)
 
134 "Births from the Bristol Parish Register of Henrico, Prince George & Dinwiddie Cos., VA 1720-1798," transcribed by Churchill Gibson Chamberlayne (1980) p.119. FHL #975.55 K2c. Watts, Mary (Wyatts) (I1295788643)
 
135 "Buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Mountain Grove, MO. Husband James W. Pettyjohn [Pettijohn?] is buried in Coon Creek Cemetery. In 1900 "Maggie"
and her first husband James Pettyjohn were living next to her father and mother, William Henry and Adeline Mansker in Elk Creek twp. -Gail Mansker
(Copied from computer records June, 1994) 
Mansker, Margaret Eva (I1295827219)
 
136 "Burroughs" "Burris" Burrows, John (I1295710302)
 
137 "Came over Sea on the Ship Samuel" and arrived in West New Jersey about the 4th or 5th day of September 1682."

John Sharp, the eldest of the three brothers, sons of William Sharp, who came from Northamptonshire, England, located a tract of land of "twelve hundred and fifty acres," in what was at that time Evesham Township, upon which he settled, and is known as th 
Sharp, John (I1295814376)
 
138 "CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS" Vol 1 -Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants (1623-1666) by Nell Marion Nugent
Thomas Awbery is listed on page 298 as being transported with two other persoons by Charles Edwards who was granted 150 acres Lower Norfolk Co. VA Apr 27,1686 
Aubrey, Thomas (I1295779103)
 
139 "Charles Emory Rogers was born in Jefferson Ohio, October 1, 1850, the son of Henry and Melinda Hoyt Rogers."

62 years 2 months 2 days at death. Informant on death certificate his brother Adelmar George Rogers. "Charles E. Rogers was born in Ashtabula Oh and moved with his family to Mauston Wisc. He attended the Mauston Schools, and business college. He taught district school and became a teacher and part owner of the LaCrosse Business College which he ran for several years. During this time he started studying medicine under Dr. Heough. He went to Bellevue College New York and graduated 25 February 1880. He returned to LaCrosse and was made surgeon of the 3rd Regiment Wis. National Guard "JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) obituary, "died suddenly at his home 3 Dec from angina pectoris, aged 62."

The internment on Monday morning was in Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, where four of his children are buried.

Lived in Montivideo with Rose and Jean Servant Elsa Lephus and boarder Lewis Gulbrandson.

Mauston Star, 25 Apr 1872 Mr. Charles E. Rogers Mauston was issued first grade certificate by the county superintendant. He achieved a grade of 8.8. "These gentlemen (brother Dell E. Rogers and he)averaged considerably better on third grade branches than the figures given above" Mauston Star 2 May 1872. "For West Point- We are advised that some twenty young men are now before the Board of Examiners at La Crosse as candidates for admission to the Military School at West Point. Upon the report of the committee Congressman Rusk will appoint, and the one recommended will be the appointee. Among the applicants is our most worthy villager Mr. Charles E. Rogers, and if any one shall be selected because of better qualifications or fitness or because he is a young man of better promise, then the one selected will rank well among the boys of the incoming class. We know of whom we speak and really believe he will be the successful candidate" Mauston Star 21 Sept 1871. "C.E. Rogers will give an evening school in penmanship in this village, to begin some time next week, of which further notice will be given. Mr. Rogers has just completed a course of instruction at Worthington's school at madison, and we can assure all the boys and girls of the village that his is the best opportunity that has ever been afforded them to acquire a systematic hand. See his specimens in the Post Office. 'Charley swings a good quill'. Parents who prefer can have their children instructed in their homes." Charles Rogers was appointed Surgeon on the CM & SP. He was also a member of the Minnesota State Medical Board
Lived in Montivideo with Wife 
Rogers, Charles Emory (I1295827660)
 
140 "Colonel Samuel Seldon((4)), of Selvington, Stafford County, b. 1725, whose only son:
I. Colonel Cary Seldon((5)), d. s. p. in 1822.
II. Anne Cary Seldon((5)). Married J. T. Brooke. Of this same lineage is the wife of Doctor R. H. Latimer, No. 772, of the Goode Genealogy.
Children:
i. Miles Cary Selden born 1751.
ii. Samuel Selden born in Stafford Co., Va 23 March 1753 died 19 April 1753
iii. Mary Mason Selden born October 1754.
iv. Samuel Selden born 30 April 1756. 
Seldon, Samuel (I1295833857)
 
141 "Compiled by Mary Stearns Brooke, 1898"--Leaf [2].|||Photocopy of original.|||Includes bibliographical references. Source (S-1469697481)
 
142 "Complete in two volumes ... Illustrated."|||Includes bibliographical references and index. Source (S-1483721506)
 
143 "Cora's husband, Charley Sullivant, was a brother to Arminta Sullivant, second wife of John Mansker. Cora and Charley had one male child who died at birth. Cora was the twin of Oscar Wood, born January 18, 1886." -Gail Mansker (copied from computer records June, 1994) Wood, Cora (I1295765653)
 
144 "died in infancy" Cressey, Mark (I1295768583)
 
145 "Died Young" according to LYON Mem. No date given Lyon, Victor O (I1295768638)
 
146 "Edition limited to 125 copies."|||Asigned by Olds. Source (S-1479239122)
 
147 "Editor: Edward Hagaman Hall"--T.p. verso. Source (S-1470334196)
 
148 "Edwin Moore Pomeroy ... the task of compilation."|||Errata: p. 1241.|||Includes index.|||Bibliography: p. ix-xix. Source (S-1476544426)
 
149 "Elizabeth Johns who married Sir William Awbrey was descended on both sides from the Berkeley family. This family descends many different ways from Charlemagne, as well as the majority of the early Norman kings of England. This line would apply to you as you are a descendant of John Awbrey Sr., a son of Sir William Awbrey and Elizabeth Johns. This line would not apply to the other Awbrey branches, such as the group that immigrated to Pennsylvania, or the branch that continued to reside in England as Baronets of Llantrithydd. The Virginia Awbreys are the only ones descended from Elizabeth Johns.
Colby Morgan :
"I have a copy of the will from the National Library of Wales, but the Elizabethan handwriting is difficult to read. Nevertheless the names ("sonnes")Henry, John and Thomas and the other children are legible. That Sir William had sons Henry, John and Thomas along with another son Reginald (who was killed at Edgehill in the English Civil War) and several daughters is also attested in Clark's Families of Glamorgan, Jones History of the County of Brecknock, and Lewys Dwnn's Heraldic Visitiations of Wales. I have passenger records showing that Henry Awbrey sailed to Virginia from Bristol which would have been the nearest port, and other records showing that he transported John on one of his voyages. The will is excerted in Rev. J. Jones -Davies pamphlet on Abercynrig. As Jon has indicated there is much secondary evidence for the family relationship. What we don't have is a primary document or coat of arms stating that the father of Henry Awbrey of Virginia was Sir William Awbrey of Wales. However,I am heartened to see that Jon has added more solid circumstantial evidence. Sir William Awbrey married Elizabeth Johnes a descendant of Edward III. Sir William is a descendant of Henry I in his own right. Jon, if you are reading this, I think you have sufficient info to do your article. It would help if someone could actually view the Welsh parish records to get exact dates of birth for the sons."
Jon Awbrey :
"Jane Johnstone's mother was Jane Johnstone Martin of Westmoreland County, Virginia. Her father is not known. Accorging to Martin's will in 1677, Jane Johnstone and Elizabeth Paine were sisters. That means that John And Jane only had three children: Sarah, John, and Francis. As to your query on Philip Awbrey, Carter in later editions recanted her belief that Philip was the son of Samuel. She said that she came into evidence that proved Philip to be the son of Thomas Awbrey of Loudoun County, Virginia-- Samuel's brother. All secondary sources say that John Awbrey's father was Sir William Awbrey of Abercynrig, Brecknockshire, Wales. Scholarly articles on Henry Awbrey, John's brother, attest to this, as does the Jamestowne Society, Bishop Meade, etc. However I have recently uncovered evidence that supports this. In the 1720s, Francis Awbrey was living in Stafford County, Virginia. According to land records from 1728, Francis had for neighbors William Berkeley and George Turberville. Both the Berkeley and Turberville families were close kinsmen to Sir William Awbrey of Abercynrig. Furthermore, recent evidence from a social historian of Virginia has convinced me that this family is indeed descended from Sir William. Richard Awbrey of Essex County, Virginia, a son of Henry Awbrey, and first cousin of Francis Awbrey, left two silver seals in his will -- one of which had been his grandfather's, attesting to the fact that Richard's grandfather, who was not a Virginia colonist, was himself a member of an armorial family. Henry Awbrey and John Awbrey are mentioned in the will of Sir William Awbrey, and in other contemporary sources as the sons of Sir William Awbrey."
notes from Janet Green Ariciu----- monkey@getgoing.net
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=monkeys&id=I903 
Jones, Elizabeth (I1295707470)
 
150 "Ella Mae Mansker Wood died at age 76 in Union twp, 12 miles north of Hartville, MO. She is buried at Coon Creek Cemetery, Wright County, MO. Her daughter, Agnes gave information on her death certificate. She was the 4th of 9 children, Ella and Jesse lived in Wright Co., Van Buren twp. in 1910 and 1920. In 1920 they lived next door to Jesse's son, Cecil, and his wife Maggie - who was Ella's sister. Ella's child, Jewel Gladys Wood died April 14, 1905. Opal Wood died March 13, 1973 at age 66. -Gail Mansker (Copied from her computer notes, June 1994) Mansker, Ella May (I1295827215)
 
151 "Errata" p. 64a-64b (2 p.) at end.|||Introduction.--Preamble: Setting forth reasons and causes for separating and dissenting from the Established Church of the old Colony of Massachusetts Bay, by the Quakers in 1656.--Historical extracts.--Genealogy. Source (S-1472510755)
 
152 "Families of Ancient New Haven, v. 1" by Donald Lines Jacobus, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1974, p. 574

"Families of Ancient New Haven, v. 1" by Donald Lines Jacobus, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1974, p. 574 
Downs, Samuel (I1295784381)
 
153 "Family accounts": p. 291-308.|||Includes bibliographical references and index. Source (S-1476178440)
 
154 "For private distribution only."|||"Correcta and addenda": p. [552]|||Includes bibliographical references. Source (S-1469697669)
 
155 "Francis Manery, born 1842 in McMinn Co., TN. He married Catherine, maiden name not known. They had one child in the 1860 census. He was the only one to remain in McMinn Co., TN. He never came to MO." Source (4) Manery, Francis E (I1295765985)
 
156 "From Boddies History of Old Southern Families, Vol. II, p. "Meadors-Meadows of Essex County, Virginia." pg. 132:
"In 1705, Susanna Meadors, wife of Thomas Meadors and daugther of Cornelius Reynolds, also James and Sarah Reynolds, sold 300 acres given by Cornelius Reynolds in his will of 1683 [my note: was it 1683 or 1684, as Boddie previously stated?]. (Fleet 12, Essex BK 1703-06, pp. 76-77).
John Goss (grandson of Cornelius Reynolds) made his will June 11, 1705. He gave "all lands to his sister Sarah Coghill" all personal property to my mother Susanna Meador. Father-in-law Thomas Meadoes sole exr." (Id-95) Thomas Meadors gave his bond as executor on June 11, 1705 and Frederick Coghill was his surety (this line is not continued)."
Thomas MEADOR died some time after 1705, given that he gave his bond as executor of the younger John GOSS's Will.
From "Caveliers and Pioneers," p. 168, Patent Book No., 6 (VA):
MR. THO. MEAD. 640 acs., New Kent Co., N. side of Mattapony Riv., upon branches of Peanketank maine Sw., about 2 mi. from Mr. Tho. HOLMES; 6 Oct. 1675, p. 570. On Timber Br., along lland of Johnn PICC & Jno. MADDISON. Granted to Cornelius REYNOLDS 6 June 1664, assigned to Richd. SANKEY, who assigned to sd. MEAD. 8 Jan 1673."
"MARRIAGES SO SOME VIRGINIA RESIDENTS 1607-1800" by Dorothy Wulfeck
Meador m bef 1705 Susanna Reynolds dau Cornelius, who d bef that date. Proven by deed of tht date Essex Co. She widow of John Goss.
1703 Meadoes Thomas m'd Susanna , mother of John Goss 
Reynolds, Susannah "Susan" (I1295814849)
 
157 "Gen. G. W. Gordon of Memphis stated in 1900 that a family record in the possession of his brother John Gordon of Williamson Co., TX gave the date of Robert Gordon's birth as 1764 and the place as Virginia"His tombstone states he was 85 years old at the time of death.Plaque on the church: "Old Brick Church, organized by Rev. Edward McMillan; reconstructed 1870, known as Richland Creek Church. Members on 19 Oct 1840 were Robert Gordon Sr., and wife Mary, Martin M. Lane and wife Elizabeth K., John N. Shields, Eleanor McLure, Anna J. Bradshaw, Mary A. McMillan. On 20 Oct 1840: Mrs. Nancy Lane, Mrs. Sarah J. Hale (Hall?), Joseph Knox and wife Louise, Mrs. Rosanna M. Cumpton, Mrs. Mary H. Gordon, Mrs. Margaret McKnight, Miss Nancy A. McKnight, James N. Bradshaw, Mrs. Mary Havey."He settled first in Williamson Co., near Franklin. Two years later the family moved to the southern part of the county which later became Giles Co. At this time, this part of Tennessee had just become Maury County. Robert Gordon and sons, Thomas, age 16, and John, age 10, settled near Brick Church March 3, 1808.
William Andrew Rothrock, great-grandson of Robert, states t hat Robert came to Franklin alone at first. He lived there for about a year before his family was brought to join him in Franklin. He stated that Robert and two sons moved down to Giles County in 1807, clearing the land and building a cabin. In the spring of 1808, he moved the remainder of his family from Franklin, Tennessee to their new home in Giles County.Robert Gordom's Deed for 114 Acres of Land in Giles Count
y executed to him by Mary Kenedy John W Record James C. Record John R Hill Thomas D Kenedy and John Gordon was this day proven before me by the Oaths of Brandon W Cowden and Joseph N. Cowden Subscribing witnesses and by me certified for Registration May 3rd 1838 M W Oakley clk By Wm Williams DCphotographed by Rick Gray
photographed by Rick Gray
photographed by Rick Gray
Robert was a Revolutionary Soldier. He was in Capt. Martin's Company of Militia [VA State Library Pay roll]. He is mentioned in the "Genealogies of Pioneer Kentucky Families," 1981, p. 632, and in "Tennessee Cousins" by Worth S. Ray, 1950, p. 187: "Robert Gordon had been licensed to keep an Ordinary, p. 577 (A dining room or eating house where a meal is prepared for all comers, at a fixed price for the meal, in distinction from one where each dish is separately charged). In what was called the Brick Church Neighborhood, the Gordon family settled, headed by Robert Gordon and his sons, Thomas and John, p. 673. Gen. G.W. Gordon of Memphis, stated in 1900 that a family record in the possession of his brother, John Gordon, of Williamson County, Texas gave the date of Robert's birth as 1764 and the place as Virginia. Robert Gordon of Helena, Arkansas stated in 1900 that he had in his possession the family Bible and the original walking cane of Robert. He was granted 320 acres on the Red River for his services as a soldier in the Commissioners' Guard, and again in February of 1785 he received another warrant for 320 acres on Station Camp Creek adjoining Elmore Douglas' preemption. Robert and his father were signers of a petition to divide Lincoln Co. into Lincoln, Mercer and Madison. In 1789 Robert and Samuel appear on tax list for Madison Co. Robert's name appears again in 1792. In 1800 census of Kentucky, Robert is listed from Garrand Co. and Samuel from Logan Co. in western Kentucky, adjoining Tennessee. Robert sold his land near Crab Orchard to his brother-in-law, Thomas Kennedy of Garrard County, Kentucky, when he left for Tennessee. About 1806 he moved with his family to Tennessee settling first in Williamson County, near Franklin. Two years later the family moved to the southern part of the county which later became Giles County Robert Gordon and sons, Thomas, age 16, and John, age 10, settled near Brick Church March 3, 1808.
The following was found in "A Brief Sketch of the Settlement and Early History of Giles County Tennessee" by James McCallum 1876, published by The Pulaski Citizen 1928. File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by and permission to use in this family report from: Janice Mauldin Castleman castle96@flash.net
BRICK CHURCH and ROBERT GORDON NEIGHBORHOOD: Robert Gordon with his sons, Thomas K. and John, settled on Richland Creek near the Brick Church at what was long known as the Gordon place--the third of March 1808, and made a crop that year; cultivated 11 acres in corn; he moved from Kentucky ten miles from Crab Orchard to Williamson County, TN, and settled nine miles west of Franklin and two miles from Gideon where he lived two years and then removed to Giles. He was in the outside settlement when he lived in Williamson. In coming to this county he traveled the old McCutcheon trail. It passed east of Spring Hill, crossed Duck River at what was afterwards known as Holland's Ferry above Davis' Ford; passed by the widow McNutt's not far from where Mooresville is situated. The old trace passed a little west of where he settled; went by the old Brick Church thence south to Elk River at Shoemaker's Ferry near Latitude Hill. From McNutt's to where Gordon settled was twelve miles and McNutt's was the last house he passed; and there were but few settlers between McNutt's and where he moved from in Williamson County. Two or three families were in the neighborhood before Gordon came. A man named Vaughan was living at the spring on the widow Mary Gordon's place, half a mile north of where Robert Gordon, Sr., settled. The widow Clark and two or three of her sons had settled on the Marsh and Wood farms. There were no settlers for six miles in a northeast direction to Jno. Henderson and James S. Haynes; they came about the same time Gordon did, and settled the places long known by their names near Cornersville. Going west down Richland Creek there were not any settlers nearer than John or Sam Jones' and they were six miles off. In a southern direction, it was ten miles to Robert Alsup's who lived on the southwest side of Pisgah Hill. Soon after Gordon came, Joseph Jarmin and old John McCandless and his sons and their families came. A man named Nation, with several sons, settled the Robert H. Laird place south of the old Brick Church. For the first two years they packed the most of their meal on horses from Williamson County. The first year some of the settlers used hand mills. Martin Lane, Sr., and his son-in- law, Thomas Lane, Esquire, came about two years after Gordon. The Fraziers, Tungetts and Samuels came about the time Lane did. Gordon's oldest daughter, Elizabeth, was married the first of Feb. 1810 to Joseph McDonald, two weeks before the courts were organized in Giles and they went to Maury County for license and were married at the widow McNutt's by John Lindsay, Esquire. The father of William and David Maxwell owned the land on Pigeon Roost settled by them and sent out a man named Milroy with his stock to improve it. This was before Gordon came and a year or two afterwards William and David came out to live on the land. Richard McGehee lived one and a half miles west of Gordon; was an early settler and one of the first magistrates in that part of the county. John Dabney, Sr., settled about one mile north of Gordon at a very early day. James S. Haynes and his father, John Haynes, old William Henderson and his brother, John Henderson, and Jno. Andrews were among the first settlers in the neighborhood of Cornersville and came about the time Gordon did. At that time there was a trace from Cornersville that intersected the McCutcheon trail south of Gordon, near where the old Brick Church stood. The cane had been chopped so that people could ride along it. This trace and the old McCutcheon trace were the only roads opened when Gordon came.The bondsman for the marriage was David Kennedy.
Title: Gen Circle Maury County, Tennessee and Beyond
by Rick Gray 
Gordon, Robert D (I1295841892)
 
158 "Genealogical Book Company, Baltimore, Maryland, distributors."|||Reprint. Originally published: London : Harrison, 1884. Source (S-1472784261)
 
159 "Geneva died at age 11. At that time no one knew that the fever could cause heart disease. She was a sweet little girl and much loved by everyone who knew her." -Gail Mansker (Taken from computer records, July, 1994) Mansker, Geneva Irene (I1295765676)
 
160 "Gentleman" Henry Adams (1582-1646), a farmer and maltster, was descended from English yeomen who had lived in Barton St. David for centuries.

In 1609, he married Edith Squire in England in 1609. In the 1630s he emigrated to America with his family, arriving in Boston, MA and, after receiving a grant of land on "the Mount" by the town authorities, settled in the area later called Braintree, Massachusetts. 
Adams, Henry (I1295707431)
 
161 "He was County Clerk at St. Mary's, MD. He was military - served as Captain in St. Mary's Co, MD Militia at St. Mary's, MD." Key, Richard Ward (I1295835613)
 
162 "He went out to drive the cows from the pasture and did not return; when he was found, he was sitting by the bars, dead" Burial: Mount Zion C Dyer, Christopher (I242043312628)
 
163 "Here are the diverse claims:
John George's parents are "William George and Ann Green" of Chelmsford, Essex Co, England (and he has brothers named Nicholas and Humphrey George). William's parents are Richard George and Anne Gibson. ** I see this all over the Internet, but never with any documentation. What is th e source for this? I also see John listed as a son of Richard George and Anne G ibson (where others show them as his grandparents).
John George's parents are "Isaac George and Ann Green". Isaac is a son of Isaac George and Alice Hattam. ** I see this all over the Internet as well, what is the source?
Until I see some sort of actual source documentation, I will consider all of the above as c ompletely bogus. One of these may actually be correct, but without documentatio n, who can say for sure?
If anyone can shed some serious light on this subject , please contact me."
http://www.martygrant.com/gen/george/george-commentary.h tm 
George, Richard (I1295789144)
 
164 "Herman Frey heard of cheap land in Texas County. He sent his older sons to select some. He moved the family from Rogersville to Huggins in Wagons transporting their money in syrup buckets. Upon arrival he surveyed the rocky land his sons had purchased and commented 'Well, it may not be such a good place to live, but it looks like a helluva place to die'." Source (5) Frey, Herman (I1295766089)
 
165 "Hist. & Gen. HARLAN Family," 1914, pp. 238, 521
1810 Barren Co., KY, p. 48 (22110-11010)
ID 416 
Collins, Rebecca (I1295799224)
 
166 "Hist. & Gen. HARLAN Family," 1914, pp. 238, 521
1810 Barren Co., KY, p. 48 (22110-11010) 
Springer, Ezekiel (I1295799223)
 
167 "Historical account of the Locke family in England": p. 570-586.|||Includes indexes. Source (S-1482906205)
 
168 "Hoskins of Virginia and related families : Hundley, Ware, Roy, Garnett, Waring, Bird, Buckner, Dunbar, Trible, Booker, Aylett, Carter, Upshaw"[left-pointing double-angle quotation mark]/i[right-pointing double-angle quotation mark] by Charles Willard Hoskins Warner
Tappahannock, Va.: unknown, 1971, 503 pgs.
page 266
"The wife of Thomas Gouldman I and the mother of Thomas Gouldman II was Alice, daughter of Henry Awbrey who with Thomas Gouldman I in 1676 had petitioned Sir William Berkeley for a Redress of Grievances in Old Rappahannock County."
Winston of Virginia and allied families[left-pointing double-angle quotation mark]/i[right-pointing double-angle quotation mark] by Clayton Torrence
Richmond, Va.: Whittet & Shepperson, 1927, 539 pgs.
page 170
An Interesting reference to Thomas Gouldman is found the will of "George Nangle of the City of Dubline in Ireland, Merchant" dated Jun 4 1675; probated Jan 5,1677 a copy of which is recorded in Rappahannock County, Court. George Nangle bequeathed to Thomas Gouldman a peace Remnant of cloath serge and buttons, and silk belonging ot it.
Thomas Gould man is rerred to under the title of Captain's as early as 1679 and is 1678/9 and 1682 was a justice of peace in Rappahannock.
Mrs Alice Gouldman/Forres died in Essex, 1698.
Captain Thomas Gouldman died in Rappahannock County, prior Dec 1698
Col. Thomas Gouldman I, large land owner, Colonel o fmiltia and burgess for Rappahannock County, 1680-82. On April 4,1667,Thomas Gouldman I patented 1,200 which became the Goldberry Plantation. On Sept. 23,1674 he patented 2,200 arces partley in Essex and in King and Queen counties. On March 20, 1715 his son Col Francis Gouldman ded 500 acers of Essex land to his niece Elizabeth Gouldman Waring, "daughter and only her of my Brother Thomas Gouldman.
Thomas Gouldman I was strong supporter of Nathaniel Bacon in 1676, signing a long list of grieveances sent to the assembley from Ranppahannock County (later Essex).
Col, Thomas Gouldman I had sons Edward, Thomas, Robert and Col Francis Gouldman and daughters Mary and Mrs Martha Wiston. The wife of Thomas Gouldman I and the mother of Thomas Gouldman II was Alice, daughter of Henry Awbrey who with Thomas I in 1676 had petitioned Sir William Berkeley for a redress of grievances in Old Rappahannock County. Henry Awbrey was for years the most influential citizen of the county being very large landowner., burgess (1659-16920 form Rappahannock County, justice of the court, High sheriff, Indian interpreter and friend, and in 1692-3
Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Fleet; Vol 9 Essex Co Wills & Deeds 1714-1717:
p56. Bond 20 Mar 1715/16 L50 sterling Wm Winston Admr of est of Isaac Mercer decd. Justices of Essex shown in this bond are ffrancis Gouldman, Joseph Smith, Wm Daingerfield and THOMAS WARING, Gentlemen. wit: Ralph gough. S/Wm Winston, Nathl ffogg, Jno (X) Marriott. Rec 20 March 1715/16.
[left-pointing double-angle quotation mark]b[right-pointing double-angle quotation mark]VIRGINIA COUNTY COURT RECORDS
DEED ABSTRACTS of
OLD RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY, VIRGINIA
(PART II OF 1672-1676 TRANSCRIPT)[left-pointing double-angle quotation mark]/b[right-pointing double-angle quotation mark]
[left-pointing double-angle quotation mark]b[right-pointing double-angle quotation mark]DEEDS, WILLS No. 5
(Part II) 4 February 1673/4 - 10 May 1676[left-pointing double-angle quotation mark]/b[right-pointing double-angle quotation mark]
[left-pointing double-angle quotation mark]b[right-pointing double-angle quotation mark]The Antient Press
Edited and Published by Ruth and Sam Sparacio
Copyright 1989
page 48 [left-pointing double-angle quotation mark]/b[right-pointing double-angle quotation mark]
Deed, Thomas Gouldman to Luke Hamilton and James Harper, 2 January 1674/5
p. 258
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I THOMAS GOULDMAN of Rappa County doe for a valuable consideration in hand by me received acknowledge to have sold from me and my heirs forever unto LUKE HAMILTON and JAMES HARPER them their heirs and assigns forever two hundred acres of land lying in the County of Rappa in the Southside of HOSKINS PEQUOTION beginning at the Pequotian side upon ELICK ROBINS line & runing for length into the woods & for breadth down the said Pequotion the said land being part of a Pattent of Two thousand & odd acres Now Know yee that I the said THOMAS GOULDMAN doe acknowledge to have sold the above mentioned land unto the persons above menconed and their heirs and assigns forever in as large and ample nianner to all intents and purposes as it was granted by Pattent from the honourable the Governor and Councill obliging myself my heirs and assigns that if any of the above said land shall be taken away by Priority of Surveigh or otherwise then to make equivalent satisfaction according to prise received & for confirmation hereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale this 2 day of Januarie l674/5 in presence of us JOHN MILLS. THOMAS GOULDMAN THEOPHILUS WHALE ALICE GOULDMAN Recognitr in Cu Comr Rappa 5 die Janr. 1674
p. 259
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ALICE GOULDMAN doe constitute and appoint Mr. HENRY AUBREY my attorney to acknowledge my interest in Two hundred acres of land sold unto LUKE HAMILTON and JAMES HARPER and for confirmation hereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale this 2 day of Jany 1674 Test WILLIAM JEWELL, ALICE GOULDMAN RICHARD HAILE Recordatr '5 die Jany 1674 
Gouldman, Thomas (I1295834377)
 
169 "Illustrated." Source (S-1485111112)
 
170 "Illustrated."|||1989 microform edition lacks p. 863. Source (S-1475355280)
 
171 "Illustrated."|||Includes bibliographical references. Source (S-1472125429)
 
172 "Illustrated."|||Includes index. Source (S-1406100397)
 
173 "Illustrated."|||Includes indexes.|||Includes Bristol, Plymouth and Barnstable Counties. Source (S-1475641026)
 
174 "Illustrated."|||Includes inserted note at p. iv.|||Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Source (S-1469418761)
 
175 "Illustrated."|||Paged continuously.|||Includes bibliographical references (v. 3, p. 845-849) and index. Source (S-1482222706)
 
176 "In 1816 the first history of the Sharples-Sharpless family was compiled and printed by Joseph Sharpless ... The 132 page volume is one of the earliest American genealogies ... In 1887 Gilbert Cope ... compiled ... book of 1333 pages ..." Source (S-1483417985)
 
177 "In death notices a child called Ellie Mansker, age 1 1/2 died in 1881. She is buried at Mulkeytown, Franklin Co., IL. There is a possibility this child was
Elmire, daughter of Lewis. A daughter "Isabelle" (b. 1869) is shown in 1870
Franklin Co., IL census but not shown in 1870. (Did she die?) -Gail Mansker
(Copied from computer records, June 1994.) 
Mansker, Lewis (I1295827252)
 
178 "In four volumes."|||Typescript letter dated 1941 tipped in at v. 1 t.p.|||Includes bibliographical references and index.|||Vol. 1-2. Historical -- v. 3-4. Genealogy of Weymouth families / by George Walter Chamberlain. Source (S-1855224796)
 
179 "In three volumes."|||Includes bibliographical references and indexes.|||v.1st. Memoirs -- v.2nd. Correspondence -- v.3rd. Charters. Source (S-1479510754)
 
180 "In two volumes."|||Includes index. Source (S-1449275741)
 
181 "In two volumes."|||Includes indexes.|||v. 1. Annals -- v. 2. Genealogies. Source (S-1482905035)
 
182 "Index in back of book."|||Includes bibliographical references and index. Source (S-1472796614)
 
183 "Jamesons in America" by E.C.Jameson
"Holcombes-Nation Builders" by McPherson 1947
Mary is second wife. 
Jameson, Mary (I1295779589)
 
184 "Jesse Martin came to Indiana in 1822 with the Grahams. He entered his first land in 1823 known as the Bert Cade Farm." Martin, Jesse (I1295834768)
 
185 "Jesse was the father of Cecil Wood, who married Margaret Eva Mansker, sister of Ella Mae who married Jesse. Arizona Bennett Wood, first wife of Jesse died giving birth in 1897." -Gail Mansker (copied from computer records, June, 1994) Wood, Jesse Alonzo (I1295827216)
 
186 "Joseph" KLAPP, pp JOHANN JOST MP11 (I242168011346)
 
187 "Kermit and Nell were married when he was 16 and she was 18. She always said that she 'raised him.' He was the most loving and good-natured of people, generous and full of fun. When his health failed they came to live in Lebanon on a farm owned by Nell's sister and brother-in-law Ted and Gladys Windsor. He is buried in Green Valley Cemetery near Hartville, MO. Cause of his death is listed as 'respiratory failure; contributed to be cerebrovascular thrombosis, caused by arteriosclerotic vascular disease.' He had a stroke and died after a week in the Lebanon Hospital." -Gail Mansker (copied from computer records, June, 1994.) Mansker, Kermit Braden (I1295765742)
 
188 "Key to references": p. 159-160.|||Includes index. Source (S-1469659244)
 
189 "Killed by indians" he is memorialized on a monument to wood cutters
killed by indians 
Lyon, James Henry (I1295827942)
 
190 "Marriage: Elizabeth unknown Bef 1656. This Thomas Underwood, progenitor of our branch of this family, probably came from England. He was brought to Virginia with Captain Moore Fautleroy of Lower Norfolk Co., VA in 1650. (It is not known if the Captain was a Captain in the military or Ships Master) No ship's name has been found. Thomas paid for passage of himself and Elizabeth (probably already his wife).
They came with 81 others, several of whom were Underwoods of uncertain but now theorized relationship: Mary and husband, George Underwood; Ann Underwood (sister to George and Thomas); William Underwood (brother to Ann & George & Thomas) and parents; William Underwood, Gent. and wife Mary (this is the only name that doesn't fit in my theory unless it was a nickname or a translation error and is actually Margaret). Their relationship however, is suggested in an aged manuscript authored about 1873 that was sent to me by John Dobberteen of Michigan in 1996. It stated that three Underwood brothers "grenadiered" in the British army, came to America and once landed, they separated. One went to New York, another to North Carolina and the third to Maryland. Their father possibly emigrated to America too and lived in Maryland. (C-748)

An Underwood researcher indicates that this info was slightly incorrect for William who settled in the Richmond, VA area and died in 1672 in Rappahannock County (his son William died there about 1734). The manuscript implies that the father oflexander Underwood was one of these brothers. Although this doesn't fit his father's generation, the family tradition could easily be about his grandfather's generation instead.

A book in the Library of Congress with a title similar to "The Underwood Boys" says that the above George Underwood supports this - stating that George, Thomas and William Underwood were the 3 brothers who came together from England (to Virgini?) and were all given land by Lord Baltimore in Maryland. (C-2196, 2202) Through studying the deeds and wills of Rappahannock Co., VA and comparing it to info at www.familysearch.com, I've been able to determine the William of Rapahannok's sisters. This is the same William that came over on the ship with Thomas. Though Thomas is not listed as a child of this same family at www.familysearch.com, he would be of the right age to be a brother of this family. The tradition of 3 brothers would also fit. If he isn't William's brother, he could easily be his cousin, son to one of William's other brothers, Edmund, or John by timing. Thier youngest brother was Thomas whom our Thomas would have been named after. (C-2394)

It is not known how long our Thomas or his brothers? stayed in Virginia but probably soon after he, (his brothers?) and Thomas Meeres, a Quaker friend or relative, travelled to Maryland. Maryland history records that Quakers first entered the clony in 1657-8, after travelling on foot from Virginia. It also states that Thomas Meere's arrived the first year Severn River was settled. It is assumed this applies to Thomas Underwood as well.

There is some conjecture that Thomas Underwood was a Quaker. However, he is in no Quaker records and did not refuse the oath of allegiance as Thomas Meeres did. One of his grandsons became a Quaker minister. Wife Elizabeth could have been a Meees before marriage. Relationships that indicate this are the fact that after Thomas died, his children went to live on Thomas Meeres farm. Daughter Elizabeth is mentioned in Thomas Meeres' will dated May 16, 1674 as "my orphan servant". (The meaning of orphan at that time indicates that at least one of the parents was deceased.) Thomas's son, John Meeres lists Samuel Underwood, brother to Elizabeth in his will. Since several researchers submitting info on this Thomas to the Mormon church have said that he died in 1683 in Middleneck, Anne Arundel Co, MD and was buried at Severna Park in that same county, the deceased is more likely to be Elizabeth's mother.

It is not certain if Elizabeth entered Virginia with Thomas Underwood in 1750 as she is not listed in Greer's "Immigrants to Virginia." Possibly she departed her ship in Maryland or Pennsylvania and was later rejoined by Thomas Underwood. She dd come in 1650 according to testimony from her husband: "I, Thomas Underwood do assign over to Thomas Bradley, or his assigns all my right and title to land due to me, my wife - Elizabeth, William Jones, William Waddles, Dorethy Grove. I came in the year 50 and so did my wife, Elizabeth, Jones in 58, Waddle in 62, Grove in 58, witness my hand 3 Sept., 1663." Thomas in other words brought over each of the persons mentioned in this quote and actually received land grants for bringing in additional settlers. He could not have been poor to find opportunities to do this. By Feb. 9, 1662 he had 50 acres. On Aug. 6, 1663 he received from Lord Baltimore, a grant for the land which was named "Middle Neck" located at 30 degrees North Latitude and basically 76 degrees West Longitude near the current day Annapolis, Maryland. On Aug. 8, 1863 he received another grant for 100 acres from Lord Baltimore which he had surveyed on Oct. 20, 1663. He named this "The Landing."

Only two of Thomas and Elizabeth's children have been found in any documents. He may have had more as there were other Underwoods in the area years after Thomas and Elizabeth arrived. (C-635)"

"Underwood means families who lived "under the woods". In early England it was written "Under-the-wode" or "Andewode". Tony Underwood, a researcher in England, has also sent information that it is a surname originally from Scotland from a smal place by that same name, in the parish of Symington Ayrahire. The earliest known Underwood was John Vndirwode who was burgess at Prestwick in the 1470's. In Scotland, the surname can be found in the 15th and 16th centuries under the spellings of Wndirwod, Vndirwode, Wndirwod, Vndirwod, Ondirwodd, and Ondirwod. Tony Underwood has traced his family back to a small town just over the border from Scotland in England called Eks. (C-2160E, 2161)

"There is a tradition in some of the Underwood families in America that the Underwoods descended through Indians, possibly Cherokee. There are in fact many Choctaw and Cherokee Indians with the name of Underwood, but the relationship is not knon." 
Underwood, Thomas (I1295785208)
 
191 "Marriage: Mary UNKNOWN Bef 1650. George and his wife Mary came over on the same ship as likely brother, Thomas Underwood. This is verified when Capt. Moore Fauntleroy, the captain of the ship on which they travelled, received 450 cares of land on the Rappahannock River on the N. side of Swan Bay on May 22, 1650, for transporting 9 individuals including, George Underwood, his wife Mary and Anne Underwood. On this same day, "22 May 1650. Lancaster Co VA. Capt. Moore FAUNTLEROY in Rappahannock River, 1800 acres on the N side, 500 acres being marsh and facing the river, 1300 acres of the high land beginning at a point on the westward side of the mouth of Bushwood Creek, running for length NE by E and adjoining land of William UNDERWOOD, for transportation of 36 persons: Nugent, Patent Bk 2, p. 195. Capt. Moore FAUNTLEROY. 1800 acres in Rappa. River on N side; 500 being marsh & facing the river & 1300 acres of the high land beginning at a point on Wwd side of the mouth of Bushwood Creek, running for length NE by E & adj. land of William UNDERWOOD.
22 May 1650. Trans. 36 persons: Thomas UNDERWOOD, Elizabeth, William, Sarah, Margarett, Tho. WRIGHT, his wife, children 5, Maide, Nicho. SPAKMAN, Fra. MOSELEY, Elizabeth SYMON, Sarah CADE, Thomas SCOTT, Anthony JOHNSON, Walter RICHARDS, Richard SMITH, Richard DAVIS, Alex. TESHLEY, Edward SKIPPER, Richard HALL, Wm EVERFLEET, Ann COOPER, Ann DENNIS, Alice WILLIAMSON, Tho. NEWMAN, Susanna his wife, David JOHNSON, Robert NUSSER, Rice ADRIDGE, William DAVIS, Geo. DAY, Margarett COWARD. (Patent Bk 2, p. 195). This patent was assigned by Moore FAUNTLEROY to Michael WINDSMORE who renewed it in his own name on 6 October 1654 (Patent Bk. 3, p. 299). (C-2394)" 
Underwood, George (I1295785209)
 
192 "Married Well and Often marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia 1649-1800" by Robert K. Headley, JR.
Berryman, John & Butler, Jane (wid) bet 22 Feb 1677/78-28 Jan 1679/80; bride was prob. a dau of Dorothy Baldridge (d WC 1662) and the wid (1) Capt Alex Baynham. (2) Thomas Butler; Berraman had d by 28 Jul 1680; she married 4th Jn. Harvey. 
Berryman, John (I1295834404)
 
193 "Married Well and Often marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia 1649-1800" by Robert K. Headley, JR.
Harvey, John & Berryman. Jane (wid) bet 28 Jan 1679/80- 24 Oct 1680; bride was prob a dau of Dorothy Baldridge d WC 1662 and wid of 1st Capt Alex. Baynham, 2nd Thomas Butler and 3rd Jn. Berryman 
Harvey, John (I1295834405)
 
194 "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96,97. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL #1,008,343.

Birth: (1,2) Age 80 at death in 1849 (b. 1769).
Death: (1,2) 27 May 1849.
Burial: (2) Spencer Street Cemetery. 
Case, Mable (I1295807408)
 
195 "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.96,97. FHL #929.273 M352md. Cites: (a) Church records.
(2) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.
(3)Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.162. FHL #1,008,343.
(4) Estate of Stephen Pratt, Town of East Hartford, East Windsor Probate Dist.,No. 2525. FHL film #1,016,369.
(5) East Hartford, CT Deeds. (a) Vol. 1, p.364. FHL #4,117. (b) Vol. 7, p.448. FHL #4,119.

Birth: (1) 9 Mar 1762, s/o Daniel MARSH/Anna MORRISON. (2) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (2) 14 Mar 1762, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Mabel CASE: (1,3)
Death: (1a) 17 Oct 1830, "age between 60 and 70."

(5a) 1786, 9 Jan: Allen MARSH and StephenPRATT & Anne PRATT and Joseph McKEE Junior and Irene McKEE, all of East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, for 30 pounds, quit claim to Daniel MARSH of East Hartford, land lying in East Hartford in a place called and known by the name of the Mill Pond, it being a part of the farm that Daniel MARSH now lived on, containing3 acres lying in said Marsh Meadow, being 3 acres of the (last?) of the land is said meadow which is (plowed?) and (?) by (?) Elisha PITKIN (Jun.?) (?) for his Iron work, butted North partly on land of Gideon SPENCER, partly on the River and partly on Samuel (?) and partly on Timothy SPENCER East & South & West onsaid MARSH own land. Wits. Jonathan WELLS, John WALKER Junr. Signed Stephen PRATT, Anne PRATT and Allen MARSH.
(4) 1787, 14 May: Bond on estate of Stephen PRATT posted by Daniel MARSH, James MARSH, and Allen MARSH of Hartford Co., CT,East Windsor probate district. Daniel MARSH, administrator. Return to court byGeorge SMITH, 9.8.11 pounds.
(5b) 1800, 24 Nov: Daniel MARSH, Allen MARSH andAmos HILLS quit claim to the town of East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, for (five?) dollars, forty rods of land in East Hartford, bounded on the East on land improved for a Burying Lot near Thomas (SPENCER?)'s house, to extend from thence6 rods west, bounding south on the county road, to extend from thence so (far?)North as to make the abovesaid 40 rods of land bounding West and North on our(?) lands, for the purpose of enlarging the Burying Lot. Signed Daniel MARSH, Allen MARSH, Amos HILLS. Wits. Jonathan HILLS, Martin HILLS. 
Marsh, Allan (I1295807407)
 
196 "Mary Mason Selden (17.Sarah4, 8.Catherine3, 3.Elizabeth2, 1.John1) b. "Salvington",
Stafford Co., VA, m. ca. 1767, Mann Page, (son of John Page and Jane Byrd) ref: Lee
298, 484, d. ca. 1778, Alexandria, VA.
Children: i William Byrd Page b. 1788.
ii Jane Byrd Page m. ca. 1790, Thomas Swann, Maj., d. 1890 (bad dates), Baltimore, MD." 
Seldon, Mary Mason (I1295784296)
 
197 "Mary may have died in childbirth." Source (1) Glenn, Mary (I1295827255)
 
198 "Mooar" "Mores" "Moore" Moors, Abraham (I1295804104)
 
199 "Mother and father of Rebecca Devenish. Her mother came to this countryfrom Canada, but lived in Cuba for a long time. They settled in thiscountry in Columbus, Indiana Thomas Taylor and his two sisters came fromScotland and he followed his trade of horse shoeing or a blacksmith, andhe made a good one. Rebecca Devenish and Thomas Taylor were married inthe Presbyterian Church at Madison Indiana. They had a family of threechildren Louisa Jane, Martha Ann Louis Chevier. Martha Ann graduated HighSchool at Madison, Indiana, then went to college at Indianapolis. Shelived with grandpa's sister. When she graduated, she came back to NewAlbany Indiana and taught school. She sang in the choir in thePresbyterian Church. Louisa Jane was a lovely girl. When she graduatedfrom High School she married a man by the name of Cleve Rodgers. He wasa very large man. He developedlung trouble and the doctor advised him tomove his family to Seattle, Washington. They had eight children. LouisChevier Taylor married he was a railroader from New Albany to California.

Out of the Taylor Family Bible. 
Devenish, Ann Rebecca (I1295818191)
 
200 "Mr. Charles J. Smith in his excellent address delivered at the
centennial celebration already mentioned gives the names of the first
settlers of Number 7 as Samuel Gibson, James McColley and his wife
Margaret Moore, Robert McClure and James Lyon all from Litchfield."

James Lyons with Robert McClure was the first settler of Hillsboro
before 1740. 
Lyons, James Ellis (I1295716999)
 
201 "My wife has had her second child 'a daughter'." Lovett, Catherine (I1295768523)
 
202 "Myrtle died soon after her marriage to Henry Sullivant. Henry and Charley Sullivant were brothers to Arminta Sullivant, second wife of John H. Mansker." -Gail Mansker (copied from computer records June, 1994) Wood, Myrtle (I1295765654)
 
203 "Nanhee" was her Cherokee name Scott, Micajah "Cager" (I240066802564)
 
204 "Nicholas George I, son of William George and Ann Green and grandson of Richard George and Anne Gibson, came from the village of Writtle in Essex County, Engl and. He received a land grant and settled in Isle of Wight County, Virginia by 1638. He received a 200 acre patent on land on Pagan Creek for transporting 4 p ersons to the colonies. In 1652 he received a patent for 700 acres in Charles C ounty, VA on the north side of the Rappahannock River and east side of the west branch of the Corotoman River (Appendix A). He received 300 of these acres by right of the previous patent dated Feb 20, 1638 and 400 acres for transportatio n of 8 persons including his son and his wife. He went to Lancaster Co, VA in a bout 1653. On his death most of his land went to his son Nicholas II. Nicholas George I had five sons including Nicholas II who was born in 1635 and died in L ancaster County, Virginia in 1699. The Georges remained in Virginia through fiv e generations (Nicholas I, II and III, Samuel, and Parnick)."
Source: http:/ /agronomy.ucdavis.edu/calrng/family_updated_3_12_03/family.htm 
George, William (I1295789141)
 
205 "No. LVI"--T.p. verso.|||Includes bibliographical references and index. Source (S-1481814193)
 
206 "Not known if Mary died - perhaps in childbirth - before June 1880 when Franklin was widowed and living with his widowed mother Martha as shown in the Du Quoin census. He is shown remarried in 1900 to Viola M. No children were listed. -Gail Mansker (Copied from computer records in June, 1994.) Source (1) Mansker, Franklin Pierce (I1295827254)
 
207 "Note in Leonard Ellingwood's book page 7, he mentions Elizabeth born
June 27 1666; Benjamin born Feb 1 1668; baptized 17 Mar 1668; and
David July 6, 1670, No further records of him.)

"Note in Leonard Ellingwood's book page 7, he mentions Elizabeth born
June 27 1666; Benjamin born Feb 1 1668; baptized 17 Mar 1668; and
David July 6, 1670, No further records of him.) 
Ellenwood, Benjamin (I1295768572)
 
208 "Note in Leonard Ellingwood's book page 7, he mentions Elizabeth born
June 27 1666; Benjamin born Feb 1 1668; baptized 17 Mar 1668; and
David July 6, 1670, No further records of him.) 
Ellenwood, David (I1295768617)
 
209 "Only 100 copies printed ..."|||Includes indexes. Source (S-1470335709)
 
210 "Original printing, W.H. Fuller, 1908."|||Based on W.H. Fuller's Genealogy of some descendants of Edward Fuller of the Mayflower. cf. Pref.|||Includes bibliographical references (p. [3], 1st grouping) and index. Source (S-1475646464)
 
211 "Original records are in the Chester County Historical Society, West Chester, Pennsylvania. Source (S-1857304175)
 
212 "Price: $10.00."|||Includes index. Source (S-1479509221)
 
213 "Printed for the compiler."|||"Previously compiled and published."|||"Fuller family, vol. 3, W.H. Fuller, 1914"--spine.|||Includes index. Source (S-1475355598)
 
214 "Privately printed."|||Author from p. 13. Source (S-1475645901)
 
215 "Privately printed."|||Includes bibliographical references.|||Pt. 1. One line of the Farleys of Virginia / by Paul Hardman -- Pt. 2. One line of Farley descendants in Illinois and Iowa, by J.K. Farley, Jr. -- Appendices. Source (S-1857240758)
 
216 "Pubished under authority of the trustees of the public libraries."|||Supplement: p. [427]-428.|||Index: p. [429]-637.|||Index to will books: p. [639]-670. Source (S-1858663847)
 
217 "Published by the State of New York."|||Paged continuously.|||Vols. I-III have running title: Annual report of the state historian.|||Vol. IV contains the index of names and general index. Source (S-1472970625)
 
218 "Published in two volumes, under the auspices of the Trenton Historical Society."|||Includes index.|||Bibliography: p. 1059-[1069] Source (S-1294172353)
 
219 "Published in two volumes."|||Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Source (S-1469454933)
 
220 "Published under the authority of the city of New York." Source (S-1472941700)
 
221 "Rea Cemetery located in IL in Franklin, Co. (turn right on Rend Lake Road, first road west, then two right. Adeline's mother (Parthenia Brashears Rea Teifertiller) is buried at Elkland, MO in Timber Ridge Cemetery. Adeline and William Henry Mansker are buried at Coon Creek Cemetery near Hartville, MO."
-Gail Mansker (From computer records, June, 1994) 
Rea, Adeline Elizabeth (I1295827127)
 
222 "Reprinted from the New-England historical and genealogical register."|||"Two hundred copies printed"--T.p. verso.|||Includes index. Source (S-1479007601)
 
223 "Reprinted from the Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography." Source (S-1489783274)
 
224 "Richard Ingersoll was born in Bedfordshire Eng. and came to Mass. Bay
ca 1629"

In a letter sent from England 1629 from Gov. Matthew Craddock to Gov.
Endicott - "There is also one Richard Howard and Richard Ingersol both
Bedfordshire men whom we pray you may be weell accomodated, not
doubting but they will well and orderly demean themselves"

Ran a ferry between Salem & Beverly at the North River. Fare was 1 d.
per passenger.

He was granted 2 acres for a house lot and 80 acres for a plantation 
Ingersoll, Richard (I1295827861)
 
225 "Royal Ancestors of Magna Carta Barons/The Collins Genealogy," Collins,Jr., Carr P., Carr P . Collins, Jr., 1959, San Bernardino Public Library,San Bernardino, CA, Printed Book, Photoc opy, Book only partially copied,pp. 91.
"Boadicea,the Warrior Queen," The Plantagenet Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 2,August 1993, pp.7. 
Meric Marius, King of Britian (I1295747267)
 
226 "Sailed for Plymouth MA in the ship Fortune, arriving there in 1621.
As he does not share in the division of cattle there in 1627, he
probably had left Plymouth prior to that date. But in 1630 he took
from Robert Vinee, of Plymouth, (agent of Richard and John Oldham, who
had taken a grant of lands at the mouth of the Saco River--in what is
now the State of Maine), lands in the Saco Colony. His name appears
as holding lands in that colony in 1630. But the Oldhams preferred
giving only leases through Vine, and to theis Robert Morgan objected.
He therefore abandoned his holding in 1636 and went to Salem, Mass,
where he puchased lands in what is now Beverley [Salem Mass]. He is
enrolled as a member of the First Parish of Beverley, and in the books
of that parish the births of all of his children are recorded. 
Morgan, Robert (I1295768378)
 
227 "State chairman (Mrs. C.A.) Ruth Robbins Monteith."|||Typescript.|||Includes index.|||Imperfect: some print faded with loss of text. Source (S-1479564972)
 
228 "Summit Mr. J.T. ROGERS of Mauston and Mrs Amanda Webber of Kiilbourn City by J. B. Potter Esquire"

"Rev. W. Armstrong recently rejoined in the holy bonds of matrimony Mr. J.T. ROGERS and his former Wife Amanda ROGERS. It was less than a year ago that she obtained a divorce from him."

Unable to find the source documents at the Clerk of Courts at Larrimer County CO
but this was listed in the index.

Marriage record of Joshua T. ROGERS and Amanda WEBBER Clerk of
Courts, Juneau County Marriage Register, Book 1 page 112 
Devereaux, Amanda (I1295827669)
 
229 "The adjutant general of Ohio is hereby authorized to secure the publication in book form of a complete roster ... the data for which has already been collected by the Ohio Daughters of the American Revolution"--P.3.|||Vol. 2. has title: The official roster of the soldiers of the American Revolution who lived in the state of Ohio ... / compiled by Mrs. Orville D. Dailey. [S.l.] : Daughters of the American Revolution of Ohio, [1938].|||Vol. 3. has title: Official roster III, soldiers of the American Revolution who lived in the state of Ohio. [S.l. : Daughters of the American Revolution of Ohio], 1959.|||Typescript note tipped in at p. 193 of v.3.|||Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Source (S-1468491564)
 
230 "The autographed edition of this book is limited to one thousand copies.|||Foreword signed: Gertrude Sloan Hay (Mrs. R. Duke) historian. Source (S-1483366731)
 
231 "The first petition is dated 1769 and the last 1831. Only two are earlier than 1776 and six later than 1792."--Pref.|||"List of names attached to the petitions": p. 189-232.|||Includes index. Source (S-1867629730)
 
232 "The genealogy of families": p. 255-538.|||"Biographical sketches": p. 539-554. Source (S-1490510788)
 
233 "The name Frey dates from Frei from Middle Ages when most of the residents of Europe were serfs." Source (5)
"Blanch Beezley said that Aunt Agnes told her one time that Frederic Frey and his wife took a boat, or stole one, in order to get out of Germany to go to England. There was a revolt or something that made them want to leave." Source (5) 
Frey, Friederic (I1295766092)
 
234 "The within lines of record were compiled by H.M. Carlton [sic] of Colorado Springs, Colorado, assisted by the Genealogical Bureau of New York City, New York"--P. [4].|||Includes bibliographical references. Source (S-1470333839)
 
235 "These annals appeared serially in the Lincoln times from June 1935, to November, 1936." Cf. Forward.|||Includes index. Source (S-1482222725)
 
236 "This family are descendants of the 6th and 7th generations in a
direct line from Elder John White who emigrated from England and
settled in Hartford Conn."
"They experience the hardships and privations incident to new
settlements, but succeeded in acquiring a conpetence. They were
useful and valuable members of the community." 
White, Simeon (I1295827801)
 
237 "This list does not include persons born after 1880"--p. [3]|||"Compiled by Edna May Gross": p. [3]|||Includes index. Source (S-1490582517)
 
238 "This THOMAS BLOOMFIELD must not be taken as the first generation inAmerica, since the records of Newbury, Mass.,show his father of the samename, and COFFIN,(p. 296) gives some rceords of the family there:

"BLUMFIELD, THOMAS, sen., an early settler, died in 1639. Ch.--Thomasand a "lame daughter."

BLUMFIELD,THOMAS, jun., son of THOMAS, sen. Ch.--Mary, b. 5 Jan., 1642;Sarah, b. 30 Dec., 1643; John, 15 Mar., 1646;

Thomas, 12 Dec., 1648; Nathaniel, 10 April, 1651; Ezekiel, 1

Nov., 1653; Rebeccas, 1656; Ruth, 4 July, 1659; Timothy, 1

April, 1664. In 1665, he moved to WOODBRIDGE, N. J. Gov. Joseph
Bloomfield, ofthat state was one of his descendants." (COFFIN,
p. 296 and also vide, p. 70,quoted in PART ONE, p. 86).

Thomas Bloomfield, Senior, his sons, John Bloomfield, Thomas Bloomfield,Junior, Nathaniel Bloomfield, Ezekiel Bloomfield, Timothy Bloomfield, andhis daughters, who married Woodbridge
men, all became FirstSettlers of Woodbridge.

From Coffin (supra), other authorities, and the vital records of Newbury,Massachusetts, there is established the family of ThomasBlomfield,junior, (in previous notices) but soon to become senior in the annalsofWoodbridge. The name of his wife was Mary, as indicated in the deathrecord of three of his children, but her maiden name is unknown.

Children:
i. Mary,b. 15 Jan., 1642, m. Jonathan Dunham, alias JonathanSingleterry, before goingto N. J., a Woodbridge family.

ii. Sarah, b. 30 Dec., 1643, m. Dec. 18, 1668, John Dennis, likewise aWoodbridge family.

iii. John, b. 15, Mar., 1646, m.Oct. 3, 1676, Sarah Moore, daughter ofSamuel Moore?? First Settler of Woodbridge. She died April 13, 1681, andhe m. (2) May 27, 1684, Elsi?? or Alice Heard.From his first wife he hadone son and one daughter, Thomas Bloomfield, born Oct. 3, 1679, and SarahBloomfield,
born Mar. 28, 1681, who m. Richard Wright ofWoodbridge about 1702, andis named in her father's will as "Sarah Right.?? Byhis second wife,John Bloomfield had Ruth, born Mar. 28, 1686, Phebe, born Nov.15, 1688,who married (???) Davis and i?? Page 587 mentioned in her father's willas "Phebe Davis," a daughter (name and date obliterated, and a son, JohnBloomfield, born "of Alice," May 1693, and others.

iv. Thomas, b. 12 Dec., 1648,m. May 10, 1676, Elizabeth Dennis. She diedsoon after, was dead when he made his will in 1678/9, and from thatdocument it would appear that they had no children. He died atWoodbridge, March 27, 1679, called "son of Thomas and Mary Bloomfield."He Bequeathed lands at Woodbridge, etc., to brother Ezekiel Bloomfield,toaged father and mother," etc.

v. Nathaniel, b. Apr. 10, 1651. If he married, it does not appear. Hedied at Woodbridge, May 31, 1689, old enough to have married and to havehad a family, which might account for one or two other stray Bloomfields.

vi. Ezekiel, b. 1 Nov., 1653, m. Dec. 22, 1680, Hope Fitz Randolph,daughter of Edward. They had several children: I.--Timothy, b. Feb. 2,1681-2; II.--Ezekiel, b. Nov. 26, 1683; III.--Rebecca, b. June 7, 1686,d. Dec. 28, 1688; IV.--Nathaniel, b. Feb. 9, 1688, d. Oct. 15, 1689;V.--Jeremiah, b. Jan. 28, 1693; VI.--Joseph, b. Mar. 21, 1695;

VII.--Benjamin, b. (???); VIII.--Mary, b. (???); Ezekiel Bloomfield, thefather, d. Feb. 15, 1702.

vii. Rebecca, b. Mar. 4, 1656, died at Woodbridge, Sept. 25, (???).

viii. Ruth, b. 4 July,1659, died at Woodbridge, Sept. 9, 1678, called"dau. of Thomas and Mary Bloomfield."

ix. Timothy, b. 1 April, 1664, died at Woodbridge, Dec. 28, 1678, called"son of Thomas and Mary Bloomfield.

" (Vide, ante, this PART, DEDICATION,
pp. 499, et seq.). " 1

**Note:

"THOMAS, Newbury, s. of the preced. hadMary, b. 15 Jan. 1642; Sarah, 30Dec. 1643; John, 15 Mar.
1646; "

ID: I119336281
Name: Thomas BLOOMFIELD
Given Name: Thomas
Surname: BLOOMFIELD
Sex:M
Birth: 1617 in Woodbridge, Co. Suffolk, England
Death: 10 Jun 1684 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, N. J.
LDS Baptism: 5 Oct 1935 
Bloomfield, Thomas (I1295706774)
 
239 "This volume is largely a source book of genealogical and historical materials, compiled from the public records of Rockingham County, Augusta County, Greenbrier County, Wythe County, Montgomery County, and other counties of Virginia ..."--Cf. pref. Source (S-1867199789)
 
240 "This work was compiled a number of years ago ... It was intended to publish this work, however the War [World War II?] intervened ..."|||"[Published] in conjunction with the Chester County Historical Society, West Chester, Pennsylvania." Source (S-1483418147)
 
241 "Two brothers, Peter and Isaac Ban Bibber, were natives of Holland who came to America before the Revolustion and settled in Botetourt County, Virginia. Later they both lived in Greenbriar County, Virginia.
Peter Van Bibber, who was probably the eldest of the two brothers, married Margary Bounds, and lived at the mouth of the Big Kanawha River. He died probably before September, 1799 and his widow went to live with one of their sons in Ohio, on th e Ohio River opposite the mouth of the Big Sandy. This son was probably the eldest, Peter, Jr., as it is stated in an old record that Nathan Boone, who married Olive Ban Bibber, went to claim his bride at the mouth of the Little Sandy, 'where Mr . Peter Van Bibber then lived.' (Draper Mss. 6 S 118-254.) The father having died previously, this must have been the younger Peter Ban Bibber, with whom his mother and sister made their home."
another source says:
* Birth: 1723 in St. Stephen's Pa, Cecil Co., MD
* Death: 7 MAR 1799 in Pt Pleasant, Mason Co, Virginia
Per e-mail from Myron Bounds : The VanBebbers were from Baltimore, Cecil Co., Md. They lived in the Blackwater-Pigg River area variously under Lunenberg, Halifax, Pittsylvania and Bedford Counties of Virginia until 1770 when they went across the B lue Ridge to the mouth of the Greenbrier River, then in Botetourt Co., VA. Peter and his brothers Isaac and John and some of their sons were in the Battle of Pleasant Point, a battle of the Revolution.
Sources:
Type: Book
Author: Hazel Atterbury Spraker
Periodical: The Boone Family
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.
Page: various pages
Text: A Genealogical History of the Descendants of George and Mary Boone who came to America in 1717
Originally published: Tuttle Co., Rutland, Vermont, 1922
Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore 1999 
Van Bibber, Peter (I1295833346)
 
242 "Virginia Colonial Abstracts Vol 29 Essex County Records 1703-1706"
No12 page 95
William of John Goss. Dated 26 Apr 1705. prob 11 Jun 1705
All lands "to my Sister Sarah Cogwell"
All personal property "to my mother Susanna Meddoes' (sic)
Father in law Thomas Meddoes sole exor (sic)
signed
John Goss
wit
Wm Gannocke
Phillip Lake
No 12 page 96
Bond 11 Jun 1705. L 300. Sterling,Thomas Meades (sic) as exor of John Goss ded.
Signed
Thomas Meades
Wm Gannocke
Frederick Cogwell
Wit
Cha: Smith
Jno Loma
Note could Frederick Cogwell be husband of Sarah Goss?
Note Thomas Meddoes/Meades is step father to John and Sarah Goss. 
Goss, John Jr (I1295785183)
 
243 "Vol. I."|||Includes index. Source (S-1484915097)
 
244 "Volume I."|||Includes bibliographical references (p. 4-5) and index. Source (S-1477374639)
 
245 "Volume I."|||Includes index. Source (S-1484915082)
 
246 "Volume XXX." Source (S-1317603844)
 
247 "Watts Families of the Southern States," by Charles Brunk Heinemann (Washington D.C., 1934) p.55,75. FHL #1,429,814, item 10.
(2) "History of Dinwiddie County, Virginia."
(3) "Hunting for Bears Collection," comp. by Dorothy Ledbetter Murray and Nicholas Russell Murray, Hunting for Bears Inc., P.O. Box 25593, Salt Lake City, UT 84125 (Automated Archives, Inc, Nov 1994, CD004). Extracts of original county records.
(4) "Marriage and Death Notices from the National Intelligencer, Washington D.C., 1800-1850" (National Genealogical Soc., 1976) p.33. FHL #929,472. Cites: (a) 4 Jun 1811.
(5) "Dr. Preston W. Brown and Descendants , 1775-1826," by Bayless E. Hardin, "Filson Club History Quarterly" (Frankfort, KY, 1945) p.23-24. FHL #1,481,363, Item 15. Cites: (a) Campbell Co., VA Will Bk 1, p.344.
(6) "Biographical Sketches of VA," by S. Basselt French. Manuscript, SM-Z, p.269-170. FHL #29,667.
(7) Botetourt Co., VA Marriage Register, 1811 , p.197. FHL #30,734.
(8) Family notes made by Christopher C. Scott, 25 Dec 18 48-2 Sep 1854, typed by "N.I.H.B.", 1939.
(9) Roger Carroll Breckenridge, Apple Valley, MN. E-mail: rogerb@pclink.com (1999). Cites: (a) "The Prestons of Smithfield and Greenfield, Virginia".
! Birth: (1,2) 1779. (2,6,9a) Prince Edward Co., VA. (1,2,8,9a) s/o William WATTS/Mary SCOTT. (6,9a) 7 Apr 1779. (6) s/ o William WATTS. (8) Only son.
Marriage to Elizabeth BRECKENRIDGE: (1,2) (3,7, 9a) 6 May 1811, Botetourt Co., VA. (4a) 7 May 1811. (7) Surety and witness, Fleming SAUNDERS. (8) A daughter of Gen. John BRECKENRIDGE.
Death: (1) 1859. (2) 1827. (6,9a) 9 August 1859. (6) "Oakland," his residence in Roanoke Co., VA. (9 a) "Oaklands," Roanoke Co., VA.
(1) 1795: Settled in Campbell Co., VA with h is father.
(5a) 1797, 19 Dec: William WATTS of Campbell Co., VA, wrote his will. Directs that his estate shall be kept together for the support and education of his children, that "my negroes and personal estate together with my funded debt be equally divided among all my children, the girls when they arrive at the age of eighteen years or Marry and my son Edward when he arrives to the age of twenty one years." Gives to son Edward "all my lands in the County of Bottetourt," but he is not to have possession in less than 14 years from this date.
( 6) 1801: Graduated A.M. from Princeton College, NJ, at age 22. (6,9a) Distingui shed himself by his scholarship and literacy attainments, dividing the first honors with Nicholas BIDDLE.
(6) Studied law in the office of Christopher CLARK, an eminent lawyer of his day.
(6,9a) Practiced law in Campbell Co., VA. Rapidly acquired considerable distinction as an accurate and sound jurist and eloquent advocate. (8) In his younger days was a lawyer of some little distinction.
(6) 1810: Represented Campbell Co. in the House of Delegates of VA. (9a) 1808-1 809.
(6) 1811, spring: Elected to the VA Senate for the Campbell Co. district for the two succeeding terms of 4 years each. Presided over the Senate for (six ?) years. (8) Frequently represented his district in the Senate of VA, of which body he was at one time the President, or Speaker. (9a) 1809-1821: Represented Campbell Co. in the State Senate.
(4) 1811, Jun: Of Campbell Co., VA at the time of his marriage.
(9a) 1817-1821: Speaker of the State Senate.
(6,9a) While serving in the Senate, he was elected Brigadier General of Virginia Militia.
(6) 1820: Removed to that part of Botetourt Co. now in Roanoke Co. For some ye ars after his removal he continued to practice law until his retirement from the bar. (8) For many years past a citizen of Botetourt Co., VA, near "The Big Lick". (9a) In 1820 he moved to Big Lick, now Roanoke City, in the portion of Boetourt which became Roanoke County, and he resided there for the remainder of his life. His home was called "Oaklands". He practiced law for a number of years .
(6,9a) 1830-1835: Appointed trustee of Washington College, now Washington and Lee University.
(9a) 1834: Was a candidate for 
Watts, Gen Edward (I1295835760)
 
248 "Went to Cairo, IL from the Benham Farm in Battletown, KY. He worked
for the railroad. Moved to Jonesboro, AR where he married Vera Smith 8
Nov 1898. Died 28 July 1944 in Memphis 
Lyon, Alpha Young (I1295827918)
 
249 "will Dated", "est Adminis" Marsh, Charles (I1295777976)
 
250 "Willaim Sharp and Thomas Sharp, brothers, the children of Francis Sharp, of Oak Lane, in the Parish of St. Ann, Limehouse, County of Middlesex, England, and grandsons of Thomas Cooper, of 16 George Street, in the Parish and County aforesaid, came to Amer

Source: "A contribution towards the early history of the Sharp Family of Burlington County, New Jersey" by M. Rubincam, PP 8-14, in "The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey". The daye or volume number was not found on this photocopy which was located by M

The author comments on the above book by R. Haines and states that William, the father of John did not come to America. He also states that John was from Flower (0r Floore). a few miles northwest of Nether Heyford, in Northamptonshire. From the family Bib

"The Sharps of Eversham were all staunch Quakers." In the Northamptonshire Friends' records is the following. "John Sharpe; born 10-29-1661; son of William and Hanah, of Flower." In his Bible his birth month is given as December but before 1752 December w 
Sharp, William (I1295763465)
 

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