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Sarah Griswold (c.1708 - 1744)

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Jedediah Griswold (1767 - d.)

Jedediah Griswold was born in the newly chartered town of Lebanon (chartered in 1761) on the Connecticut River in the Colony of New Hampshire. The profile of his mother Ruth Griswold says she died in 1...

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Alice Chapman (Hazen) (1722 - 1799)

Alice's husband Simon Chapman and her son Erastus both served under Capt. Hazen in the Revolutionary War. from ID: I3075 Name: Alice Hazen Sex: F Birth: 30 APR 1722 in Norwich, New London Co., CT Dea...

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Simon Chapman (1723 - 1792)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VERMONT. DAR Ancestor # A020965 When Simon married Alice Hazen Rouse, the divorcee of John Rouse, he and Alice settled in a plot of Hazen land divided by Chri...

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Erastus Chapman (1760 - d.)

Erastus Chapman entered service Sep 12, 1777 and was listed on the payroll of Capt. Joshua Hazen's Company of Militia, under the command of Col. Peter Olcott, in the service of Vermont Militia and was ...

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Mercy Hazen (c.1745 - 1824)

Mercy married her cousin, Joshua Hazen. They moved to what is now Hartford, VT. She had 3 sons and 6 daughters.

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Capt. Joshua Hazen (1745 - 1796)

The Hazen family were original proprietors in the town of Hartford, given its grant by the Royal Governor Wentworth of the Colony of New Hampshire. The original Hazen homestead is still owned and occup...

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Nancy (Sawyer) Burnham (c.1799 - 1837)

Nancy is buried in the West Farms road cemetery in Canaan, NH, USA next to her husband. The Sawyer family is recorded in Canaan< New Hampshire in 1783, as Benjanman Sawyer is a landowner and listed in ...

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Hephzibah Clark (c.1764 - 1842)

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Daniel Waterman (1724 - 1798)

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Ann Waterman (1729 - 1803)

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Andrew Newton (1781 - 1868)

Andrew Newton was born in Hartford, however at his birth, Vermont was a colony of England. At his death, Vermont was a sovereign nation. He is buried in the Christian St. Cemetery, now in the country o...

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Stephen Tilden (1724 - 1813)

Stephen bought his land lot of 400 acres in Hartford from Samuel Porter on Aug 7, 1761 for 10 shillings ($2.50). He moved to Hartford in 1767. and settled on the south side of the White River. He acqui...

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Elizabeth (Currier) Burnham (1780 - 1864)

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James Burnham, Sr. (1774 - 1849)

This is the James Burnham that witnessed the will of Joseph Burnham, NOT James' brother. This profile needs to be separated from James. It is a good guess the two men are related due to the uncommon na...

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Joseph Burnham (1797 - 1838)

In 1823 Joseph bought 60 acres in Hanover, NH east of Moose Mtn. on the south of Wolfeborough Rd. on Lot #47 drawn to right of Joseph Smith. In 1825 he purchased more land bounded by lots #46, #47, and...

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Mary (Hazen) Newton (1754 - 1823)

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David Newton (1753 - 1839)

David Newton was the first Newton to move to Hartford, Vermont. He built a cabin up on what is now Newton Lane in Dothan, Hartford, Vermont. In 1777 it was reported he moved his cabin using oxen to dra...

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Ann Hazen (Tenney) (1726 - 1802)

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Thomas Hazen (1719 - 1782)

Moved from Woodbury CT to Hartford VT about 1771 and soon became a prominent actor in the municipal affairs of the town. In exchange for monies lent, Thomas Hazen was given 1000 acres of land, lying ...

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