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Thomas Bunch (b. - c.1683)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Bunch , Hartford, 1639, a proprietor "by courtesie of the town." His home-lot in 1639-40 was near the site of the present Capitol. He served in the Pequot War, and was gr...

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Richard Bronson (b. - 1687)

Biographical Summary: Richard Bronson , supposed to have been at Hartford, with his brother, John, removed to Farmington, 1653; joined the church there,1654; died 1687. Inventory, September, 1687, &#...

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John Bronson (b. - 1680)

Biographical Summary: John Bronson (Brownson, Brunson), Hartford, 1639, a proprietor "by courtesie of the town;" his house-lot was on the road to the Neck, now Windsor street. He served in the Pequot...

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James Bridgman MP (1630 - 1676)

James Bridgman was born 1620 in Winchester Co. Hants, England, and died 17 Mar 1675/76 in Northampton , MA. He married Sarah Lyman on 06 Jun 1644, daughter of John Lyman and Medad Pomeroy. James Brid...

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William Blumfield (c.1604 - 1663)

Biographical Summary: William Blumfield probably came in the "Elizabeth" from Ipswich, in Suffolk, in 1634, aged 30, with wife, Sarah, aged 25, and daughter Sarah, aged 1; freeman, Massachusetts, Sep...

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Richard Billing (b. - 1679)

Biographical Summary: Richard Billing , one of those to whom a lot was granted in 1639-40, "if the Townsmen see no just cause to the contrary;" chimney-viewer, 1654, 1658; removed, 1661, to Hadley, w...

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Mary (b. - 1647)

Biographical Summary: Mary Betts , widow, "the School Dame." She owned land "by the courtesie of the town," and received four acres in the division of 1639-40; her home lot was on the highway, on the...

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Thomas Beal (b. - 1661)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Beale , Cambridge, 1634; freeman, Massachusetts, December 8, 1636. Had an allotment of lands, but did not remove to Hartford, and the lands sequestered for him had been g...

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Elizabeth Freeman (c.1617 - 1673)

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Lydia Baysey (1642 - 1700)

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Mary Burr (1639 - c.1682)

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Elizabeth Peck (1645 - 1678)

Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, pg. 1601

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John Baysey MP (c.1616 - 1671)

Placeholder - John Baysey, weaver (autograph on will, Baisie), was an original proprietor; his house-lot was on the south side of the road from the mill to the south meadow, now Elm St. He was chosen c...

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Thomas Selden MP (c.1616 - c.1665)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Selden , Hartford, 1639, an original proprietor; his home-lot was near the present junction of Washington and Lafayette Streets.; a freeman, April, 1640; constable, 1650;...

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Robert Bartlett (b. - 1675)

Biographical Summary: Robert Bartlett , Cambridge, 1632, if, as probable, he came in the "Lion,”' September 16 of that year. He was an original proprietor of Hartford, receiving eight acres in...

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John Barnard (b. - c.1664)

Biographical Summary: John Barnard , maltster, came, probably in the " Francis ," from Ipswich, 1634, with wife, Mary, aged thirty-eight; was perhaps the freeman of March 4, 1635; removed, 1636, fr...

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Andrew Bacon (c.1600 - 1664)

Biographical Summary: Andrew Bacon was an original proprietor of Hartford, and in the distribution of 1639-40, received a lot on the east side of Main St., immediately south of the Little River. He w...

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Nicholas Olmsted, Captain (1612 - 1684)

(Information from Genealogy of the Olmsted Family in America) Nicholas Olmsted was baptized in Fairsted, England on February 15, 1612. His parents were James Olmsted and Joyce Cornish. Nicholas came ...

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James Olmstead (1580 - 1640)

JAMES OLMSTEAD III was baptized at Great Leighs, on 4 December 1580. James married, on 26 October 1605, at Great Leighs, JOYCE CORNISH. Her lineage is unknown. When James left his home at Fairsted,...

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John Bidwell, Jr. (1641 - 1692)

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 Hosmer MP (1602 - 1687)

Biographical Summary #1: Thomas Hosmer , son of Stephen and Dorothy Hosmer, was born in Hawkhurst, Co. Kent, Jan. 2, 1603. Stephen Hosmer died in Hawkhurst, May 24, 1633. Thomas Hosmer was in Cambrid...

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George Gates MP (1634 - 1724)

Born in England, George was sent to America as a small boy to live with the family of Nicholas Olmstead. They lived in Hartford Conn. In 1660 he married Sarah, the daughter in the family with which he ...

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Dr. Jasper Gunn MP (1606 - 1671)

According to Abbot (see more detailed description on pp. 316-317) Jasper Gunn arrived in Boston Mass. on October 8, 1635 in the ship "Defense" that sailed from London July 14, 1635 when he was 29 years...

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John Cowles, I MP (1599 - 1675)

• ID: I2337 Name: John COWLES Given Name: John Surname: Cowles Sex: M _UID: 241EDE917875654E9C87AA605CE707430BBD Change Date: 1 Feb 2006 Note: Genealogical and Family History of ...

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Thomas Newell MP (1611 - 1689)

Hartford— Farmington. Thomas Newell was the first of the name to settle in Farmington, whither he came from Hartford, in its early settlement — it is said from Hertfordshire, England. A...

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Major William Whiting MP (c.1605 - 1647)

Biographical Summary #1: Major William Whiting was an original proprietor of Hartford; his home-lot in 1639 was on the east side of the street now Governor St. In 1633 "the Bristol men had sold their...

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Richard Butler, Deacon (c.1608 - 1684)

Birth: 1610, England Death: Aug. 4, 1684 Hartford Hartford County Connecticut, USA Richard Butler was born by about 1610 based on estimated date of marriage. He came to Massachusetts Bay in 1633. He ...

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Capt. Samuel Talcott MP (1634 - 1691)

Biographical Summary: Samuel Talcott (c. 1635-1691), born in Cambridge, about 1635; graduate of Harvard College, 1658; married November 7, 1661, Hannah, daughter of Elizur and Mary (Pynchon) Holyoke,...

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John Talcott (1594 - 1660)

Biographical Summary: John Talcott was born in Braintree, County, Essex, the son of John and Anne (Skinner) Talcott, and grandson of John Talcott, of Colchester, County Essex, living there in 1558, d...

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Editha Holyoke MP (1610 - 1688)

Abstract of Will of one of her spouses, John Maynard: [John Maynard] married after May, 1648, Editha, widow of Robert Day, and sister of Deacon Edward Stebbins. He [John Maynard] died 1657-8; will da...

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John Maynard, Deacon (b. - c.1657)

Biographical Summary: John Maynard , Cambridge, 1634, an original proprietor at Hartford; his home lot in 1639 was on the west side of Main St., about where Christ Church now is; surveyor of highways...

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Clement Chaplin (1582 - 1656)

Possible Match: 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," from ...

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Benjamin Burr (c.1602 - 1681)

Biographical Summary #1: Benjamin Burr was one of the proprietors "by courtesie of the town," receiving six acres in the distribution of 1639-40; his home-lot was on the east side of the road to the ...

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William Andrews of Hartford, MP (c.1607 - c.1659)

Biographical Summary: William Andrews , freeman, Massachusetts, March 4, 1634-5; constable, Newtown, October, 1636; an original proprietor of Hartford, received thirty acres in the division of 1639&#...

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Peter Blatchford, Sr. MP (c.1635 - 1671)

Biographical Summary #1: Peter Blachford (Blatchford, Blackfield) was probably at Hartford in 1639; for he had served in the Pequot War, and his heirs received a grant from the General Court, October...

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Thomas Hungerford, l MP (1602 - 1663)

Biographical Summary #1: Thomas Hungerford (Hungerfoot), a proprietor "by courtesie of the town;" his home-lot was on the west side of the road to the Cow Pasture; removed to New London about 1650, w...

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Ozias Goodwin MP (1596 - 1683)

Relationship Notes: The Town Records of Hadley, MA for Dec. 19, 1661 includes an entry in which a grant to Osias GOODWIN is renewed under certain conditions, and that William GOODWIN performed these ...

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John Hopkins (twin) MP (c.1613 - 1654)

An Original Proprietor of Hartford, Connecticut Source: John Hopkins, Cambridge, 1634 ; freeman, Mass., March 4, 1635 ; removed to Hartford, where he was an original proprietor; his home-lot was ...

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Edward Hopkins MP (c.1600 - 1657)

Governor of the Connecticut Colony. See An Original Proprietor of Hartford, Connecticut Governor Edward Hopkins (1600-1657) was born at Shrewsbury, Co. Salop, in England, in 1600; son of Edward, ...

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Deacon George Graves of Hartford MP (c.1605 - 1673)

An Original Proprietor of Hartford, Connecticut Source: George Grave,1 weaver; an original proprietor; his home-lot was on the highway now known as Elm St., near the Little River; chosen townsman...

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Thomas Lord, Jr. MP (1618 - 1678)

Thomas Lord, Jr., was one of those who owned lend “by the town's courtesie;” his home-lot was on what is now Wells St., next west of his brother, Capt. Richard Lord. Thomas Lord m. at Bos...

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John Crow, of Hartford MP (c.1606 - 1685)

Biographical Summary: John Crow was born in 1606; came to New England in 1634. He became possessed, by vote of the town, of the original right of Bartholomew Greene, forfeited by death. He married El...

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Sen Thomas Bliss, Sr. (Jr in UK) MP (1583 - 1650)

Thomas Bliss b. circa 1590, d. 1 February 1650 He was born circa 1590 at Gloucester, England. He married Margaret Hulings, daughter of John Hulings and Margaret (?), on 18 October 1621 at Glouces...

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Thomas Bliss (Jr. in US) MP (c.1616 - 1688)

Thomas Bliss b. circa 1624, d. 15 April 1688 Father Thomas Bliss b. circa 1590, d. 1 February 1650 Mother Margaret Hulings d. 28 August 1684 Thomas Bliss married Elizabeth BIRCHARD on 30 Octo...

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George Stocking of Hartford MP (c.1582 - 1683)

Arrived in the Colonies in 1633. George Stocking, Cambridge; freeman, Mass., May 6, 1635; an original proprietor of Hartford ; his home-lot in 1639 was on the south aide of "the road from George Steel'...

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William Rusco MP (c.1593 - 1682)

Biographical Summary: William Ruscoe (Reskoe, Rescue), Cambridge, came in the "Increase," April, 1635, aged 51, with wife Rebecca, aged 40, children Sarah (9), Mario (7), Samuel (6), and William (1),...

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Deacon Paul Peck MP (c.1608 - 1695)

Biographical Summary: Deacon Paul Peck , born about 1622 (depos. on will of Widow Barding). A proprietor "by courtesie of the town "in 1639; his home-lot was on "the road from George Steel's to the G...

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John Skinner MP (1590 - 1650)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary: ".... John Skinner (1590–1650) was an early Puritan settler in the Massachusetts Bay Colony and one of the founders of Hartford, Connecticut. Skinner was a memb...

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John Bidwell, Sr. MP (1614 - 1683)

"Genealogy to the seventh generation of the Bidwell family in America" By Edwin M. Bidwell pages 25 - 30--------------------founder of Hartford with Rev. Thomas Hooker (Original Proprietors of Hartford...

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Sgt. William Parker MP (c.1618 - 1686)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary: "... William Parker (1618–1686) was an early Puritan settler in the Connecticut Colony and one of the founders of Hartford. He arrived in the Massachusetts Bay ...

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Deacon Edward Stebbins MP (c.1593 - 1668)

Biographical Summary: Deacon Edward Stebbins (Stebbin), Cambridge, 1633; freeman, Massachusetts, May 14, 1634; on Committee to consider Endicott's "defacing the colors," May, 1635; an original propri...

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Hon. Thomas Stanton MP (c.1616 - 1677)

An Original Proprietor of Hartford, Connecticut Source: Thomas Stanton came from Virginia, whither in 1635 lie had gone from London, age 20 ; an original proprietor of Hartford; his home-lot, in 16...

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Gov. George Wyllys MP (1590 - 1644)

Biographical Summary #1: Governor George Wyllys , born at Fenny Compton, County Warwick, son of Richard Wyllys, Esquire, and Hester, daughter of George Chambers, of Williamscote, County Oxford. His p...

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Deacon Thomas Judd MP (1607 - 1688)

Thomas Judd from England 1633/34, with wife Mary, settled at Cambridge, Mass., where he had a home lot granted to him Aug. 1634, with other lands assigned him in 1635, and was admitted freeman that yea...

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Nathaniel Ely MP (1605 - 1675)

Nathaniel Ely, Cambridge, 1632; freeman, Mass., May 6, 1635; an original proprietor at Hartford ; his house-lot was next north of Edward Elmer, where Music Hall now stands; constable, 1640; townsman,...

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Thomas Woodford MP (1612 - 1667)

Biographical Summary: Thomas Woodford , came to Boston in the "William and Francis;" embarked March 7, arrived June 5, 1632; settled at Roxbury; freeman, March 4, 1635; married in Roxbury, Mary, daug...

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William Wadsworth, II MP (1594 - 1675)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary: "... William Wadsworth (26 Feb 1594 [poss.] Long Buckby, England - 15 Oct 1675 Hartford, Connecticut) was an early pioneer of New England, a founder of Hartford, Conne...

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John April Arnold MP (1594 - 1664)

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 o...

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Richard Seymour, Sr. MP (1604 - 1655)

Richard Seymour was a settler of Hartford, CT. His home lot was on the "east side of the road to the cow pasture. He was a chimney viewer"(?). -------------------- The Founders of Hartford Richar...

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Deacon John Moody (1593 - 1655)

-John MOODY, second son of George Moody, of Moulton, Co. Suffolk, who #147;#was famous for his good housekeeping and plain dealing,” by his wife, Lydia,1 came in 1633 to Roxbury, says the Church...

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James Ensign MP (1606 - 1670)

James ENSIGN - bap. Jun. 1, 1606, Rye, Sussex, England; d. Dec. 11, 1670, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT. Son of Thomas ENSIGN and Constance PILCHER. At Cambridge MA 1634; freeman Mar. 4, 1635; to Hartford...

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William Kelsey MP (c.1600 - 1680)

Biographical Summary: William Kelsey , born about 1600; Cambridge, 1632; freeman, Massachusetts, March 4, 1635; removed to Hartford, where he was an original proprietor; his home-lot in the distribut...

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Thomas Birchard (Birchwood) MP (1595 - 1657)

Biographical Summary #1: Thomas Birchwood (Birchard) embarked for New England in the "Truelove," London, September 20, 1635, with wife Mary, aged 38, and six children; freeman at Roxbury, May 17, 163...

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Matthew Marvin, Sr MP (c.1600 - 1678)

Birth: Mar. 26, 1600 Great Bentley Essex, England Death: Jul. 13, 1680 Norwalk Fairfield County Connecticut, USA Immigrant Matthew Marvin, son of Edward and Margaret Marvin, was baptized March 26, 16...

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John Olmstead MP (1616 - 1686)

Dr John Olmsted, nephew Of James, came to New England in 1632, with his uncle ; One of the proprietors “by courtesie of the town,” in 1639, when his home-lot was on the west aide Of the...

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Elizabeth Marvin MP (1622 - c.1689)

Elizabeth Marvin (1622 - 1689) Birth 15 Sep 1622 Great Bentley, Essex, England Christened 15 Sep 1622 Great Bentley, Essex, England Gender Female AFN 8VNF-ZW Died 15 Oct 1689 Norwich, New London, Con...

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Richard Lyman (Immigrant) MP (1580 - 1640)

Richard Lyman came to New England in September 1631. He was the patriarch of the Lymans in New England. He was born about 25 miles east by south from London and was baptized 30 Oct 1580. Biographical...

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'Elder' John White of Hartford MP (1600 - 1684)

Birth: About 1597, son of Robert and Bridget (Allgar) White of Messing, Essex [NEHGR 55:22-31]. Biographical Summary #1: John White is referred to as "Elder John White," having been one of the firs...

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John Root (Roote), Sr. MP (1608 - 1684)

John was born on February 26th, 1608 in Badby, Northants, England, Eng. and his baptism took place on September 24th, 1608 in Farmington Congr, Congregationalch, Hartford, Ct. John's father was John RO...

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Samuel Wakeman MP (1603 - 1641)

Biographical Summary: Samuel Wakeman , Roxbury, came in the "Lion," in November 1631; freeman, Massachusetts, August 7, 1632; probably removed to Cambridge; deputy, May, 1635; constable for Newtown...

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William Goodwin MP (1591 - 1673)

His name appears on Hartford's Founders Monument. William settled first at Newtown (Cambridge), MA (freeman Nov. 6, 1632; deputy to General Court May 1634), then at Hartford, CT 1636, Hadley, MA 1659, ...

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Robert Day of Hartford MP (1604 - 1648)

Biographical Summary #1: Robert Day came in the "Elizabeth," from Ipswich, Co. Suffolk, to Boston, in April, 1634, aged 30, with wife, Mary, aged 28; freeman, Massachusetts, May 6, 1635. An original ...

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Matthew Allyn, of Braunton & Windsor MP (1605 - 1670)

Matthew Allyn Baptized: Apr 17 1605 - Braunton, Devon, , England Death: Feb 1 1670 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut Parents: Richard Allen, Margaret Wyatt Married: Margaret Wyott Another na...

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William Spencer, Rev. MP (1601 - 1640)

"The Four Spencer Brothers", 1950, compiled by Donald Lines Jacobus, "The American Genealogist. New Haven, CT: D. L. Jacobus, 1937-. (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Geneal...

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Richard Risley (c.1615 - 1648)

Richard de Risley Wikipedia Biographical Summary : "... Richard Risley (before 1615 - 1648) was an early Puritan settler in the Massachusetts Bay Colony and one of the founders of Hartford, Conne...

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Nathaniel Bearding MP (c.1597 - 1674)

Biographical Summary #1: Nathaniel Bearding (1597-1674). His first wife's name is not known. Bearding was in Hartford by 1636 but not an original proprietor, having land only "by the courtesies of ...

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Colonial Gov. Thomas Welles MP (c.1594 - 1660)

Birth: 1590 Willenhall, England Death: Jan. 14, 1659 Wethersfield Hartford County Connecticut, USA ~MY ANCESTOR~ GOVERNOR THOMAS WELLES, the son of ROBERT WELLES and his wife, ALICE (HUNT) WELLES o...

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Thomas Lord MP (c.1585 - 1678)

Thomas Lord, smith, embarked April 19, 1635, in the “Elizabeth and Ann,” at London, aged 50, with wife Dorothy, aged 46.-Ch.: Thomas (l6), Ann (14), William (12), John (10), Robert (9), A...

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William Hyde, Jr. MP (1600 - 1681)

Historical Notes: Immigrated to the New World in 1633 in the company of Rev. Thomas Hooker.and his daughter Hester. On arrival, he and the Reverend founded Hartford and the Church of Hartford H...

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Rev. Thomas Hooker MP (1586 - 1647)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary: "... Thomas E. Hooker', II (July 5, 1586 – July 7, 1647) was a prominent Puritan religious and colonial leader remembered as one of the founders of the Colony o...

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John Wilcox, of Hartford MP (1600 - 1641)

John Wilcox of Hartford was born bet. 1595/1598 in Lancashire, England and died October 14, 1651 in Hatford, Connecticut, where he is buried. He was one of Hartford's Original Proprietors and accompa...

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