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John Arnold

Birthdate:
Birthplace: England
Death: Died in Hartford,Hartford,Connecticut
Place of Burial: Hartford,Hartford,CT
Immediate Family:

Son of Nicholas Thomas Arnold and Alice Arnold
Husband of Elizabeth and Susannah Arnold
Father of Josiah Arnold; John Arnold; Sarah Arnold; Miss Arnold; Mary Buck and 3 others
Brother of Thomasine Hacker; Joanna Hopkins; Margery Barnard (Arnold); Joanna Dudley; William Arnold and 7 others
Half brother of Nicholas Arnold; Eleanor Arnold; Elizabeth Arnold, of Ilchester; Unnamed Arnold and Thomas Arnold (Not an Immigrant)

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About John Arnold

Biographical Summary:

John Arnold, freeman, Cambridge, May 6,1635; an original proprietor of Hartford, received sixteen acres in the division of 1639-40, when a lot was given him on the south side of the road leading from George Steele's to the south meadow. He died December, 1664; inventory December 26, 1664, £105. 10. His widow, Susannah, was one of the original members of the South Church.

Children:

i. Josiah, Hartford, freeman, 1657.

ii. Joseph, freeman, 1658; one of the first settlers of Haddam;

iii. Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel Wakeman, of Hartford; died October 22,1691.

iii. John.

iv. Daniel, freeman, 1665; died May 10, 1691, leaving wife and child.

v. daughter married _________ Buck.

vi. daughter

SOURCE: James Hammond Trumbull, editor, The memorial history of Hartford County, Connecticut, 1633-1884, Volume 1 (Boston, Massachusetts: Edward L. Osgood, 1886), pages 228-229. Retrieved: 3 May 2011 from Google Books

-------------------- Alt. d.o.d. December 30, 1664

___________________________________________________ The following list of those who were members of the Newtown congregation, and are thought to have removed in Hooker's company, makes no pretense of being other than what a careful and unprejudiced study of the records seems to the author to warrant. It includes those who probably secured lots at Suckiaug in 1635, and returned to Newtown. The order follows the list of proprietors of Hartford, except as to Thomas Hooker himself.

Mr. Thomas Hooker, Mr. Mathew Allyn, John Talcott, James Olmsted, William Wadsworth, William Lewis, Tim- othy Stanley, Edward Stebbins, John Pratt, William Ruscoe, James Ensign, John Hopkins, George Steele, Stephen Post, Thomas Judd, Thomas Lord, Sen., John Stone, Richard Lord, John INlaynard, Jeremy Adams, Samuel Greenhill, Robert Day, Nathaniel Richards, Joseph Mygatt, Richard Butler, John Arnold, Thomas Bull, George Stocking, Seth Grant, Richard Olmsted, Joseph Easton, Clement Chaplinp., Thomas Lord, Jr., John Olmsted and Samuel Whitehead.

PROPRIETORS OF HARTFORD 125

drews, 30; Samuel Wakeman, 30; Jeremy Adams, 30; Richard Lyman, 30; William Butler, 28; Thomas Lord, 28; Mathew Marvin, 28; Gregory Wolterton, 28; Andrew Bacon, 28; Richard Goodman, 26; Nathaniel Richards, 26; John Pratt, 26; Thomas Birch wood, 26; George Steele, 26; John Barnard, 24; James Ensign, 24; John Hopkins, 24; Stephen Post, 24; Edward Stebbins, 24; George Grave, 24; John Clarke, 22; William Gibbons, 20; John Crow, 20; Thomas Judd, 20; William Hills, 20; George Stocking, 20; Joseph Mygatt, 20; Nathaniel Ely, 18; Richard Lord, 18; William Hyde, 18; William Kelsey, 16; John Arnold, 16; William Blumfield, 16; Richard Butler, 16; Arthur Smith, 14; Robert Day, 14; John Maynard, 14; Seth Grant, 14; William Hayden, 14; Thomas Spencer, 14; Thomas Stanton, 14; John Baysey, 14; John Wilcox, 13; John Marsh, 12; William Parker, 12; Nicholas Clarke, 12; Thomas Bull, 12; John Higginson, 12; William Holton, 12; Edward Elmer, 12; Francis Andrews, 12; Richard Church, 12; James Cole, 10; Zachary Field, 10; John Skinner, 10; Joseph Easton, 10; Thomas Hale, 10; Richard Olmsted, 10; Samuel Hale, 8; Richard Risley, 8; Thomas Olcott, 8; Robert Bartlett, 8; Thomas Selden, 6; Thomas Root, 6; William Pratt, 6. — Total, 95.

The Names of such Inhabitants as were Granted Lots to have only at the towns courtesy, with liberty to fetch wood and keep swine or cows by proportion on the common.

Source: https://archive.org/stream/colonialhistoryo00hart/colonialhistoryo00hart_djvu.txt

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The Founders of Hartford

Here are the 163 men and women listed in the Book of Distribution of Land as being those who settled in Hartford before February 1640. Their names are on a monument in Hartford's Ancient Burying Ground. Click on each of these names for more information about the person.

Click here for an informational list of later settlers who lived in Hartford in the 17th century, but are not considered Founders of Hartford.

listed : John Arnold Source: http://foundersofhartford.org/founders/

_____________________ Founders of Hartford The following is a list of names of the Founders of Hartford that are engraved on the Founders Monument in the Ancient Burying Ground, also sometimes referred to as the "Old" or "Center" Cemetery. The original brownstone Monument erected in 1837 was replaced by one of pink Connecticut granite in 1986. The cemetery is located at the rear of the First Congregational ("Center") Church at the corner of Main and Gold Streets in Hartford. Jeremy Adams Matthew Allyn William Andrews John Arnold Andrew Bacon John Barnard Robert Bartlet John Baysey Richard Butler Francis Andrews John Bidwell Thomas Birchwood William Bloomfield Thomas Bull Thomas Bunce Benjamin Burr William Butler Clement Chaplin Richard Church John Clark Nicholas Clark James Cole John Crow Robert Day Joseph Easton Edward Elmer Nathaniel Ely James Ensign Zachariah Field William Gibbons Richard Goodman Ozias Goodwin William Goodwin Seth Grant George Graves Samuel Greenhill Samuel Hale Thomas Hale Stephen Hart William Hayden John Haynes Thomas Hooker William Hill William Holton Edward Hopkins John Hopkins Thomas Hosmer William Hyde Thomas Judd William Kelsey William Lewis Richard Lord Thomas Lord Richard Lyman John Marsh Matthew Marvin John Maynard John Moody Joseph Mygatt Thomas Olcott James Olmsted Richard Olmsted William Pantrey William Parker Stephen Post John Pratt William Pratt Nathaniel Richards Richard Risley Thomas Root William Rusco Thomas Scott Thomas Selden Richard Seymour John Skinner Arthur Smith Thomas Spencer William Spencer Thomas Stanley Timothy Stanley Thomas Stanton Edward Stebbing George Steele John Steele Goerge Stocking Samuel Stone John Talcott William Wadsworth Samuel Wakeman Nathaniel Ward Andrew Warner Richard Webb John Webster Thomas Welles William Westwood John White William Whiting John Wilcox Gregory Wolterton George Wyllys 1636 Bibliography http://colonialwarsct.org/1636.htm

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A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of ...

By Royal Ralph Hinman

Will dated Aug. 22, 1664 left portion to son Joseph Grandson Joseph original proprietor of Haddam p.58

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John Arnold's Timeline

1585
1585
Cheselbourne,Dorset,England
1585
Cheselbourne,Dorset,England
1585
Cheselbourne, Dorset, England
1594
1594
England
1617
1617
Age 23
Cambridge,Middlesex,Massachusetts
1625
May 1625
Age 31
Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts
1627
1627
Age 33
Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA
1627
Age 33
Wethersfield,,Connecticut, USA
1629
1629
Age 35
Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts
1635
May 1635
Age 41
Probably England