James Steele, I (1622 - 1675) MP

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Birthplace: Fairstead, Essex, England
Death: Died in Guilford Center, Connecticut
Occupation: Emigrated in 1631 to Nantasket MA
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About James Steele, I

In 1657-8, he was a listed trooper in the war against the Pequots. In 1662, appointed by the General court with Wm. Wadsworth, to lay out lands in Hommanasett. In 1672, appointed with others, to run the dividing line between the towns of Lyme and New London, for which service he was allowed by the court six pounds and fifteen shillings out of the public treasury. The court granted him the same year, 150 acres of land for a farm. In 1675, he was appointed commissary in the King Philip war, and was allowed at the rate of fifty pounds per annum, as compensation for his services. his dwelling house was on the old plan of hartford, south of Little river."

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1622
November 30, 1622
Fairstead, Essex, England
November 30, 1622
Essex, England
1658
1658
Age 35
1660
1660
Age 37
Connecticut
1662
1662
Age 39
Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
1663
1663
Age 40
Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
1675
June, 1675
Age 52
Guilford Center, Connecticut
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