George Webster, Sr. (1670 - 1721) MP

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Birthplace: Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
Death: Died in Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut Colony
Managed by: Laura Elizabeth McLean
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About George Webster, Sr.

Married Sarah Bliss on 12/13/1695 --------------------

First Settler to Lebanon, Connecticut

Here is an excerpt from Find A Grave,

"Son of Thomas Webster and Abigail Alexander. Husband of Sarah Bliss, he married her on December 10, 1695 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts. He and his wife are th parents of 13 children. George Webster was the first settlers of Lebanon, New London Co., CT. George Webster resided at Springfield, Mass. On April 11th, 1694, at a town meeting, permission was granted him to use pine trees for turpentine, in the manufacture of Resin for a period of four years. He removed to Lebanon , Ct., George Webster was one of the first settlers of Le- banon, New London Co., Conn. About 1699 the original proprietors set off to him a "home lot," bounded north-west by the land of John Webster. Other tracts were set off to him in 1700 and 1701, and still another which was recorded April 23, 1718. He was in Lebanon as early as 1705. He died intestate, April 12,1721, aged 50 years, 5 months and 5 days and his widow was granted letters of administration, July 4, 1721."

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George Webster at Find A Grave: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21839362&ref=wvr -------------------- (f/g) George Webster Birth: Nov. 7, 1670 Northampton Hampshire County Massachusetts, USA Death: Apr. 12, 1721 Lebanon New London County Connecticut, USA

Son of Thomas Webster and Abigail Alexander. Husband of Sarah Bliss, he married her on December 10, 1695 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Massachusetts. He and his wife are th parents of 13 children. George Webster was the first settlers of Lebanon, New London Co., CT. George Webster resided at Springfield, Mass. On April 11th, 1694, at a town meeting, permission was granted him to use pine trees for turpentine, in the manufacture of Resin for a period of four years. He removed to Lebanon , Ct., George Webster was one of the first settlers of Le- banon, New London Co., Conn. About 1699 the original proprietors set off to him a "home lot," bounded north-west by the land of John Webster. Other tracts were set off to him in 1700 and 1701, and still another which was recorded April 23, 1718. He was in Lebanon as early as 1705. He died intestate, April 12,1721, aged 50 years, 5 months and 5 days and his widow was granted letters of administration, July 4, 1721.


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Parents:
 Thomas Webster (1616 - 1686) 
Children:
 Pelatiah Webster (1702 - 1756)
 Noah Bliss Webster (1706 - 1762)

Burial: Old Cemetery Lebanon New London County Connecticut, USA Created by: Janeane Sindlinger Record added: Sep 30, 2007 Find A Grave Memorial# 21839362 -tcd

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George Webster, Sr.'s Timeline

1670
November 7, 1670
Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1695
December 13, 1695
Age 25
Springfield, Hampshire County, Province of Massachusetts
1696
December 6, 1696
Age 26
Springfield, Hampshire County, Province of Massachusetts
1698
November 5, 1698
Age 27
Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
1700
November 5, 1700
Age 29
Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, USA
1702
November 17, 1702
Age 32
Northampton, Hampshire County, Province of Massachusetts
November 17, 1702
Age 32
Northampton, Hampshire, MA, USA
1704
August 5, 1704
Age 33
Northampton, Hampshire County, Province of Massachusetts
1706
August 9, 1706
Age 35
Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1708
June 9, 1708
Age 37
Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut Colony