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Capt. Thomas Munson MP (1612 - 1685)

The descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, who came from old to New England in 1635, and settled in New Haven in 1639, with numerous biographical notes and sketches : also, some account of the de...

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Andrew Warner MP (c.1595 - 1684)

Andrew came to America near the beginning of the great tide of emigration which started in 1629. Records show that as early as 1632-3 Andrew Warner was residing in America and was a member of the Cam...

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Thomas Scott, of Hartford MP (c.1597 - 1643)

Born by about 1597 (based on estimated date of marriage) per Note of Elisha Loomis, The Loomis Family in America, pg 129 “ is said to have come to New England in 1634, in ship Elizabeth” ...

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Francis Andrews, of Fairfield MP (c.1613 - 1662)

Information on the Francis Andrews and Anna Smith ancestry comes from John V. Beck's "Elisha and Lavina (Locke) Andrus, Their Ancestors and Descendants, p.35 through the LDS. Francis Andrews, immigra...

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George Hubbard, of Hartford MP (1601 - 1684)

George Hubbard was born in 1601 "probably in eastern or southern England" (Hubbard History/Day, 1895). More recent scholarship has pinpointed this to Suffolk. Life in Hartford He first settled in t...

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Thomas Blatchley MP (1615 - 1674)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Blackley (Blatchley, Blacksley) embarked for New England in the "Hopewell," July 28,1635, age 20; was granted a lot in Hartford conditionally, Jan. 7, 1639-40; removed to...

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Deac. John Moore MP (1614 - 1677)

NOT THE FATHER OF MARY ALLYN from Dorchester fenceviewer, 24 May 1634 and 16 January 1636/7 and selectman, 8 November 1637 (Dorch TR). He and Thomas Moore, likely his brother, served as witnesses t...

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Wife of Deacon Thomas Judd - parents unknown MP (c.1616 - 1678)

There was ANOTHER Thomas Judd, grandson of this Thomas Judd, who married Sarah Freeman. Not this Thomas Judd. Deacon Thomas Judd of Waterbury ------------------ This profile needs to be documente...

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Samuel Hale (deceased)

I-IALE, SAMUEL-Service mentioned. (C. R., Vol. IT., p. 151 ; Vol. IV., p. 423, and Savage.) Enlisted from Hartford. ('Tarbox, 'Talcott, liodge, Stuart ant1 Parker.) T;rorn Wethersheld. (Atlanl.; ant1...

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Thomas Hale MP (c.1613 - 1678)

FIALE, THOMAS-Service mentioned. (C. R., Vol. II., p. 162, Vol. IV., p. 423, and Savage.) Enlisted from Hartford. (Tarhox, Talcott, nodge, Stuart and Parlcer.) I-Iatl a lot in Soltliers' Ficl(!. Of I...

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Richard Olmstead, Immigrant (1612 - 1687)

Richard Olmstead (1612-1687) immigrated from England to New England with his Uncle James Olmstead (1580-1640, widowed in 1621) in 1632. On this 1632 voyage of the "Lyon" were Richard Olmstead (1612-168...

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Jeremy Adams, of Hartford MP (c.1604 - 1683)

Biographical Summary #1: Jeremy Adams (c. 1604-1683) was at Braintree, perhaps, 1632, removed soon to Cambridge; freeman there, May 6, 1635; came to Hartford in 1636, where he was an original proprie...

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Esther Rusco MP (1610 - d.)

Birth: unknown Death: unknown She is known as Hester or Esther. Her birth surname is unknown. She was married first to Edward Muste in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts. They were married before ...

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Richard Church, II, of Hartford MP (1610 - 1667)

PLEASE DO NOT ADD LINK TO ELIZ. WARREN. OR GEO. CHURCH mark m. NOT the same as Richard Church, of Plymouth, please don't mix up __________________________________________ Came to Boston in 1630 wit...

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Thomas Barnes, of Hartford MP (1623 - 1691)

Thomas Barnes Birth: Circa 1623 - England Death: June 10 1691 - Middletown, Connecticut Wife: Mary, Elizabeth Thomas is referred to as the Thomas Barnes of Hartford, Hartford County, CT. ...

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John Marsh of Hartford MP (c.1609 - 1688)

Birth: 1618, England Death: Sep. 28, 1688 Windsor Hartford County Connecticut, USA He was an original proprietor of Hartford,CT in 1636, and also lived in Hadley and Northampton,MA. Son of John Mar...

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Francis Griswold MP (1610 - 1652)

Francis Griswold was born 1610 in Kennilworth Warwick England, and died 02 Aug 1652 in Windsor, Hartford CT. Parents: 5th child of George Griswold (1574-1615) and Dorothy James. Married Mary ...

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Samuel Allen, of Windsor MP (c.1588 - 1648)

Samuel ALLEN-382 was born in 1588 in Braintree, Essex County, England. He died on 24 Apr 1648 in S. Windsor, Hartford County, Ct, Usa. He was buried on 28 Apr 1648 in S. Windsor, Hartford County, Ct, U...

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Capt. Richard Lord MP (c.1611 - c.1662)

Biographical Summary: Captain Richard Lord , Cambridge, 1632; freeman, Massachusetts, March 4, 1635; came to Hartford in 1636, an original proprietor; his home-lot in 1639 was next west of his father...

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John Pierce (c.1610 - c.1650)

This profile has no birth or death dates in its biographical summary so calculated dates of birth of 1610 and death of 1650 were added only to help him not get merged with others accidentally. Biogra...

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William Westley (b. - c.1649)

Biographical Summary: William Westley , Hartford, 1638-39; one of those inhabitants to whom land was granted "by the courtesie of the town;" his home-lot in 1639 was on the west side of the road from...

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Thomas Bell, Captain (c.1605 - 1684)

Biographical Summary: Captain Thomas Bell , born about 1605, according to his testimony, April, 1681, that he was then aged about 75; he was first at Boston or Cambridge; accompanied Hooker to Hartfo...

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Samuel Whitehead (1627 - 1690)

Biographical Summary: Samuel Whitehead , Cambridge, 1635; an original proprietor at Hartford, where his home-lot before 1639 was on Main St., on what is now the south corner of Pearl and Main Streets...

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William Westwood (1606 - 1669)

A 1st settler of Hartford and Hadley and one of the wealthiest.--------------------==Biographical Summary:== William Westwood , born about 1606; a power of attorney from his daughter, Mrs. Cook, and ...

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Richard Webb (b. - 1665)

Biographical Summary: Richard Webb , Cambridge; freeman, Massachusetts, November 6, 1632; one of the original proprietors of Hartford in 163!); his home-lot was on the west side of Main St., near the...

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Richard Watts, Jr. MP (1595 - 1654)

Biographical Summary: Richard Watts , Hartford, 1639; one of the inhabitants who received land "by the courtesie of the town;" his home-lot was on the west side of the "road from George Steel's to th...

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John Warner of Fairfield MP (1615 - 1679)

Immigration 1635, Watertown, Massachusetts, USA.as an indentured servant of Matthew Marvin. Military Service Pequot Indian Wars. Service during the Pequot Indian Wars -------------------- ...

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Nathaniel Ward (b. - 1664)

Biographical Summary: Nathaniel Ward , Hartford, 1638; an original proprietor; his home-lot in 1639 was on the south bank of the Little River. Chosen townsman, 1639, 1640; constable, 1652, 1657. He m...

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James Wakeley (deceased)

Biographical Summary: James Wakeley , perhaps son of Henry, who mentions a son James in his will; one of the inhabitants who received lands "by the courtesie of the town;" his home-lot was on the nor...

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Henry Wakley (1620 - 1689)

Biographical Summary: Henry Wakeley (Walkley), Hartford, 1639, one of those inhabitants who received lands "by the courtesie of the town;" his home-kit was on the west side of the road from George St...

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Robert Wade (b. - 1696)

Biographical Summary: Robert Wade , Dorchester, 1635, removed soon to Hartford, where he was one of those who received land "by the courtesie of the town;" his home-lot in 1639 was on the east side o...

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Thomas Upson, I MP (1617 - 1655)

Thomas Upson. Probably born in England. Died July 19, 1655, Farmington, Connecticut. Parents unknown. Possibly married (1) (???), in England. Married (2) January 23, 1646, Hartford, Connecticut, ...

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Rev. Samuel Stone MP (1602 - 1683)

Biographical Summary: Reverend Samuel Stone , son of John Stone, a freeholder of that place, was born in Hertford, County, Herts (usually at that time sounded Hartford); baptized July 30,1602, in the...

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John Francis Stone MP (c.1573 - 1640)

Hartford, CT: an original proprietor, had an allotment of lands, but conveyed it to Samuel Stone by gift before 1640. Lechford speaks of him as "Mr. John Stone, of Hartford," Sept. 16, 1639; removed to...

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George Stocking (b. - 1683)

Biographical Summary: George Stocking , Cambridge; freeman, Massachusetts, May 6, 1635; an original proprietor of Hartford; his home-lot in 1639 was on the south side of "the road from George Steel's...

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George Steele, I MP (1589 - 1663)

Biographical Summary: George Steele , brother of John; Cambridge, 1632-3; freeman, Massachusetts, May 14, 1634; an original proprietor of Hartford; his home-lot, in 1639, was on the west side of what...

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Timothy Stanley MP (c.1604 - 1663)

Biographical Summary: Timothy Stanley , born March, 1603, came to New England in May, 1634, in the same ship with William Pantry, Samuel Greenhill, Simon Willard, etc.; his wife, Elizabeth, and son, ...

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John Stanley (1603 - 1648)

Biographical Summary: John Stanley , brother of Thomas and Timothy, "died in the way to New England," probably in April or May, 1634, leaving three children, the youngest of whom died before March 3,...

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Thomas Stanley (1607 - 1663)

Birth: 1607, England Death: Jan. 31, 1663 Hadley Hampshire County Massachusetts, USA Thomas Stanley s/o John Stanley & Susan Lancocke He came from England in the ship Planter to Lynn, MA in 1635, r...

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Gregory Wolterton (1593 - 1674)

Gregory Wolterton (Wilterton), Hartford, 1639; on original proprietor; his home-lot in 1639 was on the south bank of the Little River, on the highway now Elm St. He was chosen townsman, 1639, 1646, 165...

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Sgt. Thomas Spencer MP (1607 - 1687)

"Gerard (1) Spencer (1614-1685) along with his older brothers, William (1601-1640), Thomas (1607-1687), and Michael (1611-1653) were among the very first settlers in New England under the auspices of t...

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Giles Smith MP (1603 - 1669)

Giles Smith was born in 1604 and died 1669. his name is on the Hartford Ct. Founders Monument. All Descents from then to to now are entitled to membership in the "FOUNDERS OF HARTFORD" Married Ma...

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Thomas ` Scott (c.1594 - 1643)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Scott , embarked about" the last of April," 1634, in the "Elizabeth," of (and at) Ipswich, age 40, with wife Elizabeth (40), children, Elizabeth (age 9), Abigail (age 7),...

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John Sable (deceased)

Biographical Summary: John Sable (Savell, Sables), a proprietor " by courtesie of the town;" his home lot in 1639 was west of what is now Lafayette St. The use of half his home-lot, and planting lot,...

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Thomas Richards, Jr MP (c.1600 - 1639)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Richards , Hartford, 1639, a proprietor "by the town's courtesie;" his lot in 1639 was west of the present Lafayette St. He died before February 1639-40; when the distrib...

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Nathaniel Richards (b. - 1681)

Biographical Summary: Nathaniel Richards came in the "Lion," September 16, 1632; freeman, Massachusetts, November 6, 1632; one of the proprietors at Cambridge, 1633; removed to Hartford, 1636; an ori...

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John Purchas (b. - 1645)

Biographical Summary: John Purchas (Purkas), Hartford, 1639, one of the inhabitants to whom the land was granted "by courtesie of the town;" his home-lot was on the west side of the road to the Cow P...

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William Pratt (deceased)

Biographical Summary: William Pratt, an original proprietor and settler, supposed to have been brother of John; his home-lot in 1639 was on the east side of the road to the Cow Pasture. Served in the...

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John Pratt, Sr. MP (1620 - 1655)

Founder of Hartford, Conn. : From Society of the Descendants of the Founders of Hartford: John Pratt, an original proprietor of Hartford ; his home-lot in 1639 was on the west side of Main St., and h...

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Lt. Stephen Post MP (1604 - 1659)

From Kalamazoogenealogy.org: name; dates & locations of birth & death NOTE: year of birth may be 1604 instead of 1603--------------------==Biographical Summary:== Stephen Post , Cambridge, 1634; remo...

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Thomas Porter, Sr. MP (1620 - 1697)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Porter was not one of the original proprietors of Hartford, but a lot was granted to him conditionally, in Jan. 1639-40, and his name appears on W. S. Porter's map of Har...

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William Phillips (b. - 1655)

Biographical Summary: William Phillips , Hartford, 1639, one of the inhabitants to whom land was granted " by courtesie of the town." He served in the Pequot War; townsman, 1650; surveyor of highways...

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William Pantry (1597 - 1649)

The descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, who came from old to New England in 1635, and settled in New Haven in 1639, with numerous biographical notes and sketches : also, some account of the de...

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Thomas Olcott, Jr. MP (1613 - c.1654)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Olcott , an original proprietor of Hartford; his home-lot in the distribution of 1639 fronted on Meeting House Square; this was land which he had bought of Edward Hopkins...

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Joseph Mygatt (1596 - 1680)

Biographical Summary: Joseph Mygatt came in the "Griffin," in 1633, with Cotton and Hooker; settled in Cambridge; freeman, Massachusetts, May 6, 1635; one of the original proprietors of Hartford; his...

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Thomas Munson (deceased)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Munson . His land was forfeited, sold to John Marsh, Nathaniel Kellogg, and Zachary Field, before Feb., 1639-40. He removed to New Haven, was a signer of the fundamental ...

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Capt. Benjamin Munn MP (1620 - 1675)

BIOGRAPHY: He started Hartford, Connecticut and then moved on to startthe community of Monson, Massachusetts. It appears Benjamin may have born in England, but there are others researching the Munn con...

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John Morris (b. - 1668)

Biographical Summary: John Morris (Morrice) was one of the settlers to whom land was granted "by the town's courtesie" His lot was next south of Nathaniel Barding's in the West Field (on the brow of ...

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Reinold Marvin (b. - 1662)

Biographical Summary: Reinold Marvin , called a brother of Matthew Marvin; an original settler, but removed to Saybrook before 1639; Savage says he removed to Farmington, and soon after to Saybrook; ...

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William Lewis, II MP (c.1594 - 1683)

Came over from England in the Lion, arrived at Boston, Sept. 16, 1632, was admitted freeman Nov. 6, 1632, belonged to the Braintree company, which in Aug. 1633, rem. from Braintree to Cambridge. He was...

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Edward Lay (b. - c.1656)

Biographical Summary: Edward Lay received a lot in the distribution of 1639, on the west side of " the road from George Steel's to the Great Swamp." On February 18, 1640, Edward Lay, having forfeited...

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Nathaniel Kellogg (b. - 1657)

Biographical Summary: Nathaniel Kellogg , Hartford, 1639, one of those who received land " by the town's courtosie" his lot lay west of the road to the Cow Pasture, near the road from the Cow Pasture...

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Ralph Keeler III MP (1613 - 1672)

B: 1612/1613 Lawford, Co. Essex, England D: 10 Sep 1672 , East Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut M: 1652 Norwalk, Fairfield, Conn -------------------- Excerpt from "Rockwell and Keeler Gene...

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Jonathan Ince (deceased)

Biographical Summary: Jonathan Ince , an original proprietor; received a lot in 1639, on what is now the East Park, but it was forfeited, and given to Mr. John Cullick, July 28, 1640. He probably liv...

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Deacon William Holton MP (1610 - 1691)

ID: I03571 Name: William HOLTON 1 2 3 Sex: M Reference Number: 3571 Marriage 1 Mary WINCHELL Children Mary HOLTON b: 1636 in Hartford, Connecticut William HOLTON Rachel HOLTON b: 1640 Ruth HOLTON b...

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John Holloway (c.1614 - 1684)

Biographical Summary: John Holloway came to Boston in the "Elizabeth," from London, 1635, aged 21, in the same ship with Clement Chaplin, William Roscoe, and others. He served in the Pequot War; gran...

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William Hills, Sr. MP (1598 - 1683)

Summary: Relationships: Parents: Father: Thomas Hills (unconfirmed) Mother: Jane Scarborough (unconfirmed) Siblings: None known. Spouses and Children: First Wife: Phillis Lyma...

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Rev. John Higginson MP (1616 - 1708)

Biographical Summary: Rev. John Higginson , son of Rev. Francis Higginson, born August 6,1616, at Claybrook, Co. Leicester; came with his father, in the "Talbot," 1629, to Salem; freeman, Massachuset...

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Governor John Haynes, Esq. MP (1594 - 1653)

With wife Mabel, moved to Hartford CT in May 1637. From Wikipedia: John Haynes (May 1, 1594 - January 1653 or 1654) was a colonial magistrate, one time governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, a...

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William Hayden, of Hartford MP (1608 - 1669)

William Hayden, original proprietor of the Hartford Colony. Parents unknown. Possibly the brother of John Hayden , of Dorchester & Braintree. NOT the son of Gideon Hayden , Esq., of Ebford & Cadhay. ...

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Stephen Hart (c.1605 - c.1682)

Biographical Summary: Stephen Hart , Cambridge, 1632; freeman, Massachusetts, May 14, 1634; an original proprietor at Hartford, his home-lot in 1639 was on the west side of the road to the Neck, no...

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John Hall, Sr., of Hartford and Middletown MP (1584 - 1673)

John Hall Sr. was born abt 1584, Kent, England (390) and died on 26 May 1673, Middletown, Middlesex, CT (211) Came to New England in 1633 and settled at Cambridge, MA, then moved to Roxbury, later to...

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Capt. Samuel Hale MP (1615 - 1693)

From the very earliest years in the annals of old Wethersfield the name of Hale has been prominent. Apparently the first of the name to own land in what is now Glastonbury was Samuel, a soldier in the ...

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Thomas Gridley (c.1619 - c.1655)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Gridley , Hartford, 1639, a proprietor " by courtesie of the town;" his home-lot was on the south side of the road from George Steele's to the South Meadow; was of Windso...

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Samuel Greenhill MP (c.1593 - c.1637)

Samuel Greenhill was christened on 23 August 1591 in Hawkhurst, Kent, England (1) and died by 1637 in Hartford, Connecticut. He migrated with his wife and children in 1634 from England to the Colonie...

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Bartholomew Greene (deceased)

Biographical Summary: Bartholomew Greene , Cambridge, freeman, May 14,1634; came from England the year before, and died the year following, while making preparations to remove with the major part of ...

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Seth Grant (c.1608 - c.1646)

Biographical Summary: Seth Grant came to New England in the "Lion," September 16, 1632, with Goodwin, Olmsted, etc.; he was an original proprietor of Hartford, and his home lot, in 1639, was on the s...

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Deacon Richard Goodman MP (1609 - 1676)

Richard's parents are unknown. Civil War General Joseph Hooker and educator John Dewey are descendants. IMMIGRANT, 1632/3 FREEMAN, 14 MAY 1634 PEQUOT WAR VETERAN, 1637 CONSTABLE, 1656 KILLE...

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William Gibbons (b. - c.1655)

Biographical Summary: William Gibbons was Mr. Wyllys's steward, and came to Hartford in 1636, with twenty men, to build a house and prepare a garden for his employer. He was an original proprietor of...

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John Gennings (b. - c.1640)

Biographical Summary: John Gennings (Ginnings) was a proprietor "by courtesie of the town," and his home-lot, in 1639, was on the brow of the hill now Asylum Hill, abutting on the highway on the west...

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Daniel Garret (c.1612 - d.)

Biographical Summary: Daniel Garret (Garrard, Garwood) was a proprietor "by courtesie of the town;" his home-lot, in 1639, was on the east side of the road to the Cow Pasture, near the north end; f...

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Samuel Gardiner (b. - 1676)

Biographical Summary: Samuel Gardiner (Gardner) was one of several persons to whom lots were granted in 1640, "if the Townsmen see noe just cause to the contrary, and they will accept of them uppon s...

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John Friend (b. - 1656)

Biographical Summary: John Friend , Salem, 1637, was at the River's mouth (Saybrook), with John Winthrop; he owned a lot in Hartford, on the east side of the river, eight acres, which he sold to Will...

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Thomas Fisher (deceased)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Fisher , freeman, Massachusetts, March 4, 1634-5; owned a house in Newtown, February 8, 1635 6; bought William. Kelsey's lot there, April 19, 1636. The home lot reserved ...

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Zachary Field (b. - 1666)

Biographical Summary: Zachary Field was an original proprietor, Hartford, 1639. His home-lot was on the east side of the road to the Cow Pasture; chosen chimney-viewer, 1650; constable, 1652; removed...

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James Ensign (b. - 1670)

Biographical Summary: James Ensign (Ensing), Cambridge, 1634; freeman, Massachusetts, March 4, 1635; an original proprietor at Hartford, 1639; his home-lot was on the south side of the highway now El...

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Edward Elmer (b. - c.1667)

Biographical Summary: Edward Elmer , Cambridge, came in the "Lion," arriving September 16, 1632, with Talcott, Goodwin, Olmsted, and others; one of the original proprietors of Hartford; his home-lot,...

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William Edwards (b. - c.1671)

Biographical Summary: William Edwards , Hartford, 1639, came with his mother and stepfather, Mr. James Cole; married about 1645, Agnes, widow of William Spencer, of Hartford; freeman, May, 1658; chim...

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Joseph Easton, I (c.1602 - 1688)

Biographical Summary: Deacon Joseph Easton , born about 1602, Cambridge; freeman, March 4, 1635; an original proprietor at Hartford; his home-lot, in 1639, was on the south side of the highway, now E...

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Nicholas Disborough MP (1612 - 1683)

Nicholas Disborough Birth: June 16 1612 / Abt 1613 - Saffron Waldon, Essex, England Death: Aug 31 1683 - Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut Parents: Nicholas Disbrowe, Mary Gylbye Married: Mary...

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Flucke Davy (deceased)

Biographical Summary: Fulke Davy sold his house and lot to Nathaniel Ward before Jan., 1639-40, and probably removed from Hartford; he witnessed a grant from James Fassett to Lion Gardner, of Isle of...

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Philip Davis (b. - 1689)

Biographical Summary: Philip Davis , tailor, held land here in 1639-40, on the south side of the road from George Steele's to the South Meadow. Chosen chimney-viewer, 1653; freeman, 1656; constable, ...

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John Cullick (b. - c.1662)

Biographical Summary: Captain John Cullick came from Felstead, Co. Essex. He was an original proprietor, Hartford, 1639, and received from the town the land assigned to Jonathan Ince; his home-lot in...

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Sgt. William Cornwall, Jr. MP (1609 - 1678)

Myth of Mary Hyanno Bearse-Hyanno DNA Project proposal [ ] Mary (Unknown) aka Hyanno / Hyannos Wife of William Cornwall (disproved) The issue here is whether or not Mary 'Hyanno' is the same Mary...

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James Cole (b. - 1652)

James Cole , a cooper, an original proprietor, Hartford, 1639, when his house-lot. was on the east side of Main Street, near the South Green, running back to the street afterwards called Cole St.; he h...

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Nicholas Clark (deceased)

Biographical Summary: Nicholas Clarke , Cambridge, 1632, arrived at Boston in the "Lion," September 16, 1632; was one of the earliest settlers of Hartford. Lieutenant Colonel John Talcott states in h...

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John Clark (b. - c.1673)

Biographical Summary: John Clarke , probably came in the "Elizabeth," from Ipswich, Co. Suffolk, April, 1634; he was a soldier in the Pequot War, and was one of the owners of that tract of land in Ha...

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Dorothy Chester (1588 - 1662)

Biographical Summary: Mrs. Dorothy Chester , widow of John Chester of Blaby, Co. Leicester, Esquire, was an original proprietor at Hartford in 1639; her home-lot was on the west side of Main St. near...

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Clement Chaplin MP (c.1587 - d.)

Biographical Summary: Clement Chaplin (Chaplain), born about 1587; son of William Chaplin, of Semer, Co. Essex; was a chandler in Bury St. Edmunds, County, Suffolk; embarked in the "Elizabeth & Ann,"...

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William Butler, Sr. (1602 - 1648)

Biographical Summary: William Butler , Cambridge, 1634; freeman, Massachusetts, May 6, 1635; was an original proprietor at Hartford, and received 28 acres in the distribution of 1639-40; his house-lo...

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