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Thomas Standish MP (c.1610 - 1692)

Page 27 STANDISH 10. THOMAS1 STANDISH was born about 1612, in England. He was probably a son of Myles Standish and his first wife Rose, and was left in England, ( see comments below) although Myles' ...

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James Rogers, of New London MP (c.1615 - 1687)

James Rogers was born in 1614/1615 in England and died in 1687 in New London, New London, Connecticut. His ancestry is unknown. No known relation to Thomas Rogers (d 1621), "Mayflower" pilgrim. Biogr...

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John Wild, of Topsfield MP (1618 - 1705)

John Wild aka John Wildes (1618-1705), parentage unknown, was born in 1618 in Furness, Lancashire, England; and died 14 May 1705 at the age of 87 in Topsfield, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married (...

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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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Matthew Mitchell MP (1590 - 1646)

Matthew Mitchell arrived in America in 1633 on the ship Francis from Bristol, England, with a wife and five children. He settled first in Charlestown, Ma. and then moved to Concord. Later he moved to S...

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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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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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Thomas Stanton, III, Hon. 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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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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Thomas "The Immigrant" Tibbals MP (c.1615 - 1703)

Early Families of Milford, Connecticut by Susan Emma Woodruff Abbott page 751. Parents unknown accorded to Early Families of Milford, Connecticut. His will was admitted to probate on June 1, 1703. A ...

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Captain John Underhill MP (1597 - 1672)

John Underhill (7 October 1597 – 21 July 1672) was an early English settler and soldier in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the Province of New Hampshire, the New Haven Colony, New Netherland, an...

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John Purchase (1612 - 1645)

John Purchase was a soldier in the Pequot War under Captain Mason and received a soldier's grant in the Soldiers' Field, Hartford, for services rendered there. [Town Records, Hartford. Stuart's History...

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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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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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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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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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John "Mad Jack" Oldham MP (1598 - 1636)

John Oldham (1592–1636) was an early Puritan settler in Massachusetts. He was a captain, merchant, and Indian trader. His death at the hands of the Indians was one of the causes of the Pequot Wa...

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Rev. Henry Smith MP (1588 - 1648)

The following is the work of Dale Smith. Generation One Rev. Henry Smith was born in 1600 in Norwich, Norfolk, England and died August 09, 1648, in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, aged 48. H...

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Thomas Barnes MP (1636 - 1679)

Barence was the name according to the marriage in the VR of Marlboro, MA. Hudson states that Thomas Barnes was in Marlboro early, and bought land from Jonathan Johnson and thus became a resident. Will ...

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Caleb Hopkins MP (c.1622 - 1651)

Birth: Circa 1623 - Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States Death: After June 6 1644 - Barbados Parents: Stephen Hopkins, Elizabeth Hopkins Giles Hopkins volunteered to fight the Pequo...

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Giles Hopkins, "Mayflower" Passenger MP (1607 - 1690)

Giles Hopkins Baptized: 30 January 1606/7 - Hursley, Hampshire, England Died: 16 April 1690 - Eastham, (current day) Barnstable county, Massachusetts Father: Stephen Hopkins (1581 - 1644...

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Benjamin Munn, Sr. (1700 - 1775)

"Benjamin Munn, b. 12th August, 1700; in 1715 the new settlement of Brimfield was opened up and he, Benjamin, together with ten others, became the original proprietors of the new township. In 1760 the ...

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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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Thomas Prence, Governor of Plymouth Colony MP (1600 - 1673)

Thomas Prence had 4 wives. 1) Patience Brewster 2) Mary Collier 3) Apphia (Quick) Freeman (divorced from Samuel Freeman) and 4) Mary (?) Howes (widow of Thomas Howes) Note: Thomas Prince, Senior, car...

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Robert Rose, Indian Fighter MP (c.1619 - 1683)

Robert2 Rose (Robert1), b. ca 1619, was aged 15 when he came with his parents on the Francis in 1634. He d. sometime between 1 Nov. 1679 (deed) and 9 Mar. 1682/83 (inventory), in Stratford, Fairfield C...

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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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Nathaniel Gillette MP (c.1610 - 1689)

Pequot War "GlI,LETT, NATHAN--Service mentioned. (C. R,, Vol. II,p. 161) Enlisted from Windsor. ('l'arhox, Tuttle, Bodge and Stiles' Win.) He was a brother of Jonathan Gillett and was of Dorchester, ...

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Benedictus Alford MP (1619 - 1683)

ALVOJID, SERGT. BENEDICT-Service mentioned. (C. R. Yo1 II., p. 150, and Savage.) Enlisted from Windsor. (Tarbos, Tuttlc, Iiodge, Stiles' \Vin. and t7arker.) Son of 'l'liotn,~~an tl Joan (Ilawliirls), A...

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Captain John Gallup MP (c.1620 - 1675)

John Gallup III was born in Mosterne, Dorsetshire, England and baptized in Bridport, Dorset, England on January 25, 1620/1 and was the son of John Gallup/Gallop and his wife Christobel Bruchett. He arr...

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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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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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Richard Osborn MP (1618 - 1685)

Pilgrim father who came from London England in 1634 and settled at Windsor CT. Founder of the New England branch of the family and was in the Pequot war and for his service received a grant of land in ...

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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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Sgt Edward (Immigrant) Riggs II MP (1619 - 1667)

Military rank of Sgt. Name: Sgt. Edward (Immigrant, 1633) Riggs Sex: M Birth: Abt 1614-1619 in Lincolnshire, England Death: 1668 in Derby, New Haven Co., CT Note: First Lady Mamie Doud ...

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John Cooke, "Mayflower" Passenger MP (c.1607 - 1695)

John Cooke was born in 1607 in Leyden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. He was christened on 1 Jan 1607 in Leyden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. He died on 9 Nov 1694 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. He was buried on...

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The Notorious Captain John Stone MP (c.1580 - c.1634)

The most authoritative biography on John Stone is perhaps compiled by the Stone Family Association: The Notorious Captain John Stone John Stone was the son of another John Stone of Bretherton, La...

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John Walter Nott, "The Immigrant" MP (1618 - 1682)

John Nott was born in Nottingham, England in 1618 and died abt 1681 in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut. He was a talented joiner and a Sergeant in the Pequot War of 1637. Married Ann Bellows ...

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