Nathaniel Chesebrough (c.1630 - 1678)

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Birthplace: or near Boston,Lincolnshire,England
Death: Died in Stonington, New London County, Connecticut
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About Nathaniel Chesebrough

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Nathaniel was the son of William and Anna Stevenson Chesebrough. He was baptized Jan 25,1629 in Lincolnshire and immigrated to Cape Ann, Essex Co.,MA, June 12, 1630. Nathaniel married Hannah Denison in 1659 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. They were the parents of Anna, Sarah, Nathaniel, Bridget, Hannah, Samuel, Margaret and Mary; all were born in Stonington.

Birth: Jan 1629, Boston, Lincolnshire, England; Death: 22 Nov 1678, Stonington, New London County, Connecticut; Parents: William Chesebrough (1594-1667) & Ann Stevenson Cheeseborough (1598-1673); Spouse: Hannah Denison Chesebrough Saxton (1643 - ??); Children: 1) Anna Chesebrough Richardson (1660-1750); 2) Sarah Cheeseborough Gallup (1662-1729) (???); 3) Nathaniel Chesebrough (1666-1732); 4) Bridget Chesebrough Minor (1668-1720); 5) Samuel Chesebrough (1674-1736); 6) Margaret Chesebrough Stanton (1676-1759); Burial: Wequetequock Burial ground, Stonington, New London County, Connecticut

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  1. Immigration: 12 JUN 1630 in the Arbella of the Winthrop Fleet from Boston, Lincolnshire, England
  2. Military Service: Colonial Indian War
  3. Event: Freeman 1666 Connecticut
  4. Reference Number: 146
  5. Note:
   1. Nathaniel was '''one of the first nine members of the First Church at Stonington, New London County, Connecticut'''; a signer of the Pawcatuck Articles, 1658; and a Selectman of Stonington, 1675.
   2. Nathaniel apparently became ill and died unexpectedly as there is no record of a will. His estate depended on his parents and his brother Elisa 's son Elihu's wills and or estate probates. His estate was distributed by a court decision resolving discrepancies in his parents' (William and Anna Stevenson Chesebrough) will and a subsequent probate (from the Wildey book with minor punctuation changes for clarity):
   -----A Court of Assistants held at Hartford October 7, 1673.
   Where as ye County Court held at New London Septr 19, 1673 recommend ed to this Court a difference between Mr.
   Nathaniel Chesebrough and ye relict and heirs of Mr. Samuell Chesebro ugh and ye Overseers of Elihu ye only son of Elisha Chesebrough and his successors, which difference arose by r eason of some contradiction (seemingly at least) between ye last will and testament of Mr. William Chesebrou gh and Mrs. Anna his wife wch ye Court having considered after the reviewing of ye sd wills advised ye parties conc erned to labour an accomodation between themselves wch they have . . . & presented to this Court an agree ment under ye hands bearing date October 9th,1673. This court having Perused ye same do approve there of & ord er it to be recorded amongst ye records as a final issue of ye sd Difference.
   (Then follows a long division of land.)

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   At a county court holden at New London September 16, 1679 --
   This court proceeds to a distribution of the estate of Nathaniel Ches ebrough, Decd is as followeth:
   To the widow and Relict one third of housing and lands -- during h er natural life
   £ s. d
   And of the personal estate to her use -- 120 -- --
   To her daughter Anna -- 80 -- --
   " Sarah -- 80 -- --
   To his son Nathaniel in Lands -- 165 -- --
   " Bridget -- 80 -- --
   " Hannah -- 80 -- --
   To his son Samuell in Lands - 100 -- --
   " Margaret -- 80 -- --
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   785 0 0-- 00
   This court grants power of administration to the Relict. Transcrib ed out of the first book of Wills -- Folio 72.
   pr Daniel Wetherill, Clerk.

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Notes for NATHANIEL CHESEBROUGH, SR:

1. Nathaniel was one of the first nine members of the First Church at Stonington, New London County, Connecticut; a signer of the Pawcatuck Articles, 1658; and a Selectman of Stonington, 1675.

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2. Nathaniel apparently became ill and died unexpectedly as there is no record of a will. His estate depended on his parents and his brother Elisa's son Elihu's wills and or estate probates. His estate was distributed by a court decision resolving discrepancies in his parents' (William and Anna Stevenson Chesebrough) will and a subsequent probate (from the Wildey book with minor punctuation changes for clarity):

    -----A Court of Assistants held at Hartford October 7, 1673.

    Where as ye County Court held at New London Septr 19, 1673 recommended to this Court a difference between Mr.
    Nathaniel Chesebrough and ye relict and heirs of Mr. Samuell Chesebrough and ye Overseers of Elihu ye only son
    of Elisha Chesebrough and his successors, which difference arose by reason of some contradiction (seemingly at least) between ye last will and testament of Mr. William Chesebrough and Mrs. Anna his wife wch ye Court having considered after the reviewing of ye sd wills advised ye parties concerned to labour an accomodation between themselves wch they have  .  .  .  & presented to this Court an agreement under ye hands bearing date October 9th,1673.  This court having Perused ye same do approve there of & order it to be recorded amongst ye records as a final issue of ye sd Difference.
    (Then follows a long division of land.)
    At a county court holden at New London September 16, 1679 --
    This court proceeds to a distribution of the estate of Nathaniel Chesebrough, Decd is as followeth:
    To the widow and Relict one third of housing and lands -- during her natural life
                                    £ s.       d
    And of the personal estate to her use -- 120       --       --
    To her daughter Anna --                           80       -- --
    "                         Sarah --                          80 --      --
    To his son Nathaniel in Lands --            165       --      --
    "                 Bridget --    80 --      --
    "                 Hannah --     80 --      --
    To his son Samuell in Lands -                100      --      --
    "                 Margaret --   80 --      --
                                                                 ____

                                                                    785 00--  00
    This court grants power of administration to the Relict. Transcribed out of the first book of Wills -- Folio 72.
    pr      Daniel Wetherill, Clerk.

More About NATHANIEL CHESEBROUGH, SR:

Baptism: 25 Jan 1630, St Botolph's Church, Boston, Lincolnshire, England - Nathaniell Chesbrowe sonne of Willm Chesbrowe

Burial: Nov 1678, Wequetequock Burial Ground, Stonington, New London County, CT

Freeman: 1666, Connecticut

Immigration: 12 Jun 1630, in the Arbella of the Winthrop Fleet from Boston, Lincolnshire, England

Military service: Colonial Indian War

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Nathaniel Chesebrough's Timeline

1630
January 25, 1630
or near Boston,Lincolnshire,England
January 25, 1630
Boston, Lincolnshire, England
January 25, 1630
Boston, England?
January 25, 1630
Boston, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
June 12, 1630
in the Arbella of the Winthrop Fleet from Boston, Lincolnshire, England
June 12, 1630
In the Arbella of the Winthrop Fleet
June 12, 1630
In the Arbella of the Winthrop Fleet
1659
1659
Age 28
Stonington, New London, Connecticut
1660
October 12, 1660
Age 30
Stonington, New London, Connecticut
1662
January 30, 1662
Age 32
Stonington, New London, Connecticut