Hope Stowe Lyman

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Hope Stowe Lyman (Hawley)

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Birthplace: Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Death: Died in Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Jehiel Hawley and Hope Hawley
Wife of John Lyman
Mother of Esther Hawley Lyman; David Lyman; Catharine Lyman; NN Lyman; Hannah Lyman and 2 others
Sister of Mary Hawley; Samuel Stowe Hawley; Hannah Spencer and Esther Hawley

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About Hope Stowe Lyman

  • The wife of John6 was Hope Hawley, daughter of Jehiel Hawley and Hope, daughter of Ichabod Stow and Mary Atwater, daughter of David Atwater, of New Haven. That Hope (Stow) Hawley was daughter of Ichabod Stow, is proved by a deed in possession of William Lyman (now lying before me), by which Jehiel Hawley and Hope his wife, of Durham, under date of 10th Nov., 1709, recorded in Middletown, Dec. 21, 1709, by Joseph Rockwell, convey to Joseph Hawley, of Farmington, 248 acres of land in Middletown, described as " being oullands which was formerly our Honoured Father's, Ichabod Stow's," for £200. This land was near, and perhaps included, " the ravine," celebrated for the fossil fish found there. Hope (Stow) Hawley, who was born Oct. 31, 1694, was still living in 1760, as is proved by a deed of that date, conveying land to her son Samuel Stow Hawley, who, it is well remembered by persons now living, was brother of Hope (Hawley) Lyman, wife of John5.
  • The Hawleys owned a large tract of land on the eastern side of the East street, extending from Durham line northward, a mile or more, inherited probably through Hope (Stow) Hawley from Rev. Samuel Stow, her grandfather, first minister in Middletown, a man of large property for those times. The Hawley house, which stood nearly on the spot of the present house of Benjamin Coe, and of which some of the garret floor boards now form the floor of Benjamin Miller's kitchen, was built probably by Jehiel Hawley. William7 Lyman lived in it from 1808 to 1816.
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Hope Stowe Lyman's Timeline

1719
1719
Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
1739
1739
Age 20
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
1742
February 17, 1742
Age 23
Connecticut, United States
1745
1745
Age 26
1753
1753
Age 34
Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States
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