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Edmund Sherman, II

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Birthplace: Dedham, Essex, England
Death: Died in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Place of Burial: New Haven, New Haven, CT
Immediate Family:

Son of Edmund Sherman, of Dedham and Anne Sherman
Husband of Grace Sherman
Father of Edmund Sherman; Ann Cross; Hester Ward; Richard Sherman; Grace L. Livermore and 7 others
Brother of Anna Whiting; Child Sherman; Mary Sherman; Henry Sherman; Richard Sherman and 8 others
Half brother of Samuel Sherman and Anna Whiting

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About Edmund Sherman, of New Haven

Of Dedham, Essex, England. His grandfather Henry Sherman, in his will dated Jan. 20, 1590, gives "To Edmonde Shearman, the son of my son Edmonde" L13. 13s. 4d. at two and twenty. His father, in his will dated Aug 1, 1599, gives "To son, Edmond, after decease of my wife all the houses and lands before given to said wife and a house and seven acres called Ryes where he now dwells, and my sherman's occupation." Also authorized his son Edmond and his heirs forever to appoint a poor child to be freely taught by the Schoolmaster of the Public Grammar School in Dedham. Went to New England, was at Wethersfield, Conn., 1635. later went to New Haven, Conn., where he died in 1641. "3 Mon 1641 an Inventory and will of Olde Father Shirman was delivered into Court." Will and inventory cannot be found.

Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3199604&id=I619552887 ----------------------------------------------------

Gilly Wood's Notes:-

Edmund was married to Grace Makin, Est 1578. William The Pilgrim was not his son. There was a Joan Makin and a Grace Makin - Grace is this Edmund's wife.- SOURCE: NEHGR Vol 168; January 2014; Whole Number 669, p.18; Michael Johnson Wood "The Earliest Shermans of Dedham Essex"

Judith Angier.was married to Edmund Sherman, est. 1589, son of Henry Sherman est. 1547 and Susan Lawrence.

Edmund & Grace Makin were married abt 1598 in Essex. Their Children were:- Edmund (1599-1673); Ann (1601-1625); Joan (1603-1688); Hester (1606-1666); Richard (1608-1647);Bezaliel (1611);Rev. John Sherman (1613-1685);Grace Sherman (1616-1691); Hon. Samuel Sherman (1618-1700);Unknown Daughter (Abt 1620- After 1643). Refer:- Source - NEHGR; Vol 167; January 2013; Whole Number 665; Earliest Shermans of Dedham Essex, pp 45 & 51/52; Michael Johnson Wood

End of Gilly Wood's Notes.

Edmund SHERMAN - b. about 1572, Dedham, Essex, England; d. about 1641, New Haven, CT. Son of Edmund SHERMAN and Ann PALLETTE. Named in the 1589 will of his grandfather Henry SHERMAN, and the 1625 will of his sister Ann ANGIER, where she also names two daughters of her brother Edmund as Ann and Jone. Lived at Dedham, England, and emigrated to America 1634. Married about 1605, England.

Joan - Called "loving sister Sherman" in 1643 will of her husband's half-brother Samuel SHERMAN. According to "Was Tobias Makin an Ancestor of the New England Shermans?", by Myrtle Stevens Hyde and Douglas Richardson, The American Genealogist 61:79-82 (July/Oct 1985),

Joan was not the daughter of Tobias MAKIN, whose daughter Joan MAKIN married Richard STONE as her only husband. The 1610 will of Tobias MAKIN names Edmund SHERMAN and his son Richard SHERMAN. It is possible that Grace MAKIN, daughter of Tobias MAKIN, married an Edmund SHERMAN, but he has not been specifically identified.

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Children of Edmund and Joan Sherman See Notable Cousins for line to: Henry FONDA, Robert Hutchings GODDARD, Robert Treat PAINE, Norman Perceval ROCKWELL, Harriet Elizabeth BEECHER STOWE, William Howard TAFT, Elizabeth Rosemond TAYLOR, Clarence Almon TORREY, and Orson WELLES

  1. Edmund - b. 1599; d. 1673. Will dated Apr. 11, 1673 and proved May 28, 1673. Clothier. Immigrated to Watertown, MA and admitted as freeman on May 25, 1636, but soon returned to England. Called "cousin Edmund Sherman" in the 1643 will of Uncle Samuel SHERMAN.
  2. Anne - b. about 1601. Named in 1625 will of Aunt Ann Angier. Either Anne or Joan may have been the immigrant to New England, mentioned in 1643 will of Uncle Samuel SHERMAN.
  3. Joan - b. about 1603. Named in 1625 will of Aunt Ann Angier. Either Anne or Joan may have been the immigrant to New England, mentioned in 1643 will of Uncle Samuel SHERMAN.
  4. Esther (or Hester) - b. Apr. 1, 1606, England; d. 1666, CT. Married about 1624/5 Andrew WARD (b. about 1603; d. 1659, CT). Admitted as freeman at Watertown on May 15, 1634, and moved to Wethersfield, Hartford Co., CT about 1636. Andrew was a member of the General Court at Hartford in 1637 and moved to Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT about 1640/1. He may have moved to Hempstead Long Island in 1642. Children of Esther and Andrew WARD: Edmond; Ann married Caleb NICHOLS; William married Deborah LOCKWOOD; Hester married first Joseph BOOSEY, and second Jehu BURR (son of Jehu BURR); Mary perhaps married John BURR (son of Jehu BURR); John married Mary HARRIS (daughter of William HARRIS); Sarah married Nathaniel BURR (son of Jehu BURR); Abigail married Moses DIMON; Andrew married Tryal MEIGS; and Samuel married first Ms. OGDEN (daughter of Richard OGDEN), and second Hannah (HOWKINS) NICHOLS.
  5. Richard - bap. Oct. 16, 1608, Dedham, Essex, England; d. 1647, Dedham, Essex, England. The Parish Register records his parents as "Edmund and Jone Sherman." Married Mary.
  6. Bezaleel - b. about 1611.
  7. John - b. Dec. 26, 1613, Dedham, England; d. Aug. 8, 1685, Watertown, MA. Arrived in America Apr. 1634 in the 'Elizabeth,' Capt. William ANDREWS. Third minister at Watertown. To Watertown in 1635, but lived for some time at New Haven, CT where he was a magistrate. Returned to Watertown between 1644 and 1648. Married first Abigail; and second 1645 Mary LAUNCE (b. before 1625; d. Nov. 9, 1710, Watertown, MA), daughter of John LAUNCE and Isabella DARCY, and descendant of Cerdic, King of the West Saxons (519-534) in the 41st generation. Children of John and Abigail SHERMAN: Mary married David ALLEN; Bezaleel; and Daniel. Children of John and Mary SHERMAN: Samuel; Abigail married Rev. Samuel WILLARD; Elizabeth married Mr. GASKILL; Rev. James married Mary WALKER (ancestors of Norman ROCKWELL); Joanna died young; Mary married Elias BARRON, Jr.; Grace; John; Abiah; Hester; and Mercy married Samuel BARNARD.
  8. Grace - b. about 1616, England; d. 1691, Chelmsford, MA. Will dated Dec. 19, 1690; proved Jun. 16, 1691. To America Apr. 1634 in the 'Francis' with husband and one child. Married in England about 1632 John LIVERMORE (b. 1607, England; d. Apr. 14, 1684, Watertown, MA). Settled at Watertown, MA, but lived from about 1639 to 1653 at New Haven, CT where 4 children were baptized. Children of Grace and John LIVERMORE: Hannah married John COOLIDGE, Jr. (ancestors of Pres. TAFT, and of Robert H. GODDARD); Elizabeth; Sarah married James TOWNSEND; Lt. John married first Hannah, and second Elizabeth GROUT; Nathaniel; Samuel married Anna BRIDGE; Daniel; a child died in infancy; Mary possibly married John RUSSELL; Edmund died in infancy; and Martha married Abraham PARKER, Jr.
  9. Samuel - bap. Jul. 12, 1618, Dedham, Essex, England; d. 1684, Stratford, CT.

children:

  1. Richard
  2. Bazaleel
  3. John
  4. Grace
  5. Samuel
  6. Esther
  7. Ann
  8. Edmund
  9. Hester

source: Paul Herbig. email: prfssrpah@aol.com


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The Shermans in America Edmund and Joan Sherman

Edmund SHERMAN - b. about 1572, Dedham, Essex, England; d. about 1641, New Haven, CT. Son of Edmund SHERMAN and Ann PALLETTE. Named in the 1589 will of his grandfather Henry SHERMAN, and the 1625 will of his sister Ann ANGIER, where she also names two daughters of her brother Edmund as Ann and Jone. Lived at Dedham, England, and emigrated to America 1634. Married about 1605, England.

Joan - Called "loving sister Sherman" in 1643 will of her husband's half-brother Samuel SHERMAN. According to "Was Tobias Makin an Ancestor of the New England Shermans?", by Myrtle Stevens Hyde and Douglas Richardson, The American Genealogist 61:79-82 (July/Oct 1985), Joan was not the daughter of Tobias MAKIN, whose daughter Joan MAKIN married Richard STONE as her only husband. The 1610 will of Tobias MAKIN names Edmund SHERMAN and his son Richard SHERMAN. It is possible that Grace MAKIN, daughter of Tobias MAKIN, married an Edmund SHERMAN, but he has not been specifically identified.

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Children of Edmund and Joan Sherman See Notable Cousins for line to: Henry FONDA, Robert Hutchings GODDARD, Robert Treat PAINE, Norman Perceval ROCKWELL, Harriet Elizabeth BEECHER STOWE, William Howard TAFT, Elizabeth Rosemond TAYLOR, Clarence Almon TORREY, and Orson WELLES

Edmund - b. 1599; d. 1673. Will dated Apr. 11, 1673 and proved May 28, 1673. Clothier. Immigrated to Watertown, MA and admitted as freeman on May 25, 1636, but soon returned to England. Called "cousin Edmund Sherman" in the 1643 will of Uncle Samuel SHERMAN. Anne - b. about 1601. Named in 1625 will of Aunt Ann Angier. Either Anne or Joan may have been the immigrant to New England, mentioned in 1643 will of Uncle Samuel SHERMAN. Joan - b. about 1603. Named in 1625 will of Aunt Ann Angier. Either Anne or Joan may have been the immigrant to New England, mentioned in 1643 will of Uncle Samuel SHERMAN. Esther (or Hester) - b. Apr. 1, 1606, England; d. 1666, CT. Married about 1624/5 Andrew WARD (b. about 1603; d. 1659, CT). Admitted as freeman at Watertown on May 15, 1634, and moved to Wethersfield, Hartford Co., CT about 1636. Andrew was a member of the General Court at Hartford in 1637 and moved to Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT about 1640/1. He may have moved to Hempstead Long Island in 1642. Children of Esther and Andrew WARD: Edmond; Ann married Caleb NICHOLS; William married Deborah LOCKWOOD; Hester married first Joseph BOOSEY, and second Jehu BURR (son of Jehu BURR); Mary perhaps married John BURR (son of Jehu BURR); John married Mary HARRIS (daughter of William HARRIS); Sarah married Nathaniel BURR (son of Jehu BURR); Abigail married Moses DIMON; Andrew married Tryal MEIGS; and Samuel married first Ms. OGDEN (daughter of Richard OGDEN), and second Hannah (HOWKINS) NICHOLS. Richard - bap. Oct. 16, 1608, Dedham, Essex, England; d. 1647, Dedham, Essex, England. The Parish Register records his parents as "Edmund and Jone Sherman." Married Mary. Bezaleel - b. about 1611. John - b. Dec. 26, 1613, Dedham, England; d. Aug. 8, 1685, Watertown, MA. Arrived in America Apr. 1634 in the 'Elizabeth,' Capt. William ANDREWS. Third minister at Watertown. To Watertown in 1635, but lived for some time at New Haven, CT where he was a magistrate. Returned to Watertown between 1644 and 1648. Married first Abigail; and second 1645 Mary LAUNCE (b. before 1625; d. Nov. 9, 1710, Watertown, MA), daughter of John LAUNCE and Isabella DARCY, and descendant of Cerdic, King of the West Saxons (519-534) in the 41st generation. Children of John and Abigail SHERMAN: Mary married David ALLEN; Bezaleel; and Daniel. Children of John and Mary SHERMAN: Samuel; Abigail married Rev. Samuel WILLARD; Elizabeth married Mr. GASKILL; Rev. James married Mary WALKER (ancestors of Norman ROCKWELL); Joanna died young; Mary married Elias BARRON, Jr.; Grace; John; Abiah; Hester; and Mercy married Samuel BARNARD. Grace - b. about 1616, England; d. 1691, Chelmsford, MA. Will dated Dec. 19, 1690; proved Jun. 16, 1691. To America Apr. 1634 in the 'Francis' with husband and one child. Married in England about 1632 John LIVERMORE (b. 1607, England; d. Apr. 14, 1684, Watertown, MA). Settled at Watertown, MA, but lived from about 1639 to 1653 at New Haven, CT where 4 children were baptized. Children of Grace and John LIVERMORE: Hannah married John COOLIDGE, Jr. (ancestors of Pres. TAFT, and of Robert H. GODDARD); Elizabeth; Sarah married James TOWNSEND; Lt. John married first Hannah, and second Elizabeth GROUT; Nathaniel; Samuel married Anna BRIDGE; Daniel; a child died in infancy; Mary possibly married John RUSSELL; Edmund died in infancy; and Martha married Abraham PARKER, Jr. Samuel - bap. Jul. 12, 1618, Dedham, Essex, England; d. 1684, Stratford, CT.

Children: Richard, Bazaleel, John, Grace, Samuel, Esther, Ann, Edmund, Hester

source: Paul Herbig. email: prfssrpah@aol.com -------------------- Settler


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(f/g) Edmund Sherman Birth: Jun. 23, 1572 Dedham Essex, England Death: Jun. 14, 1643 Fairfield County Connecticut, USA

Edmund Sherman was born 1572 in Dedham England. His parents were Edmund Sherman Sr. and Ann Pellette. Edmund married Joan Makin. She was also from England. Her father was Tobias from Fingringdoe England. Edmund and Joan had 10 children. Edmund inherited a clothing factory and many acres of land from his father. He was a Puritain and felt he must leave it all so that he could immigrate to America and worship as he saw fit. Edmund and several sons and daughters sailed from Ipswich England on the ship "Elizabeth". His wife is not listed as a passanger so we assume she has died. The family arrived in Watertown Massacheutts in June of 1637. From Massacheutts the family moved to Conn. Several children returned to England where other family members remained. Edmund and some of the children remained in Conn. Edmund died in Conn.


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Children:
 Hester Sherman Ward (1606 - 1665)

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Burial: Old Burying Ground Fairfield Fairfield County Connecticut, USA Maintained by: Keeper of the Stars Originally Created by: Hopewell Record added: Jan 23, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial# 104039084 -tcd


1634 Arrived in Boston/Watertown on "Elizabeth" from Ipswich, England

---------------------------------- Edward (Edmund) IMG61^^^ Sherman Jr. 1 2 _FOOT: Welsh Index 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Sex: M Reference Number: 11745 Birth: 23 JUN 1572 in Dedham, Essex Co., England Death: 14 JUN 1643 in New Haven, Essex, Connecticut Birth: 23 JUN 1572 Birth: 23 JUN 1585 Note: Emigrated from England in the "Elizabeth" to Boston, Massachusetts 1634; an original proprietor of Wethersfield, Connecticut 1636; free man at New Haven, Connecticut 1640 brought two sons, Samuel and Rev. John, (he had 8 children) to NE; moved from Watertown Massachusetts to Weathersfield Connecticut about 1632/5; in 1639 removed to New Haven Connecticut being then well advanced in years; made a freeman Oct 1640 in New Haven

1637 May - Mr. Sherman on Committee in Hartford which ordered the Pequot War

Some sources show Edmund's ancestry as father Henry b. 1543 + Susan Lawrence b. 1551 and grandfather as Thomas b. c1490 + Jane Waller b. 1495. We show the latter Thomas + Jane Waller as great grandparents with a Henry b. 1511 + Agnes Butter as grandparents and Edmund b. 1548 +Anna Pallette as parents.

Torrey says wife "(not Makin)" but shows a LNU Joan but see below:

"In his will, 14 May, 1610, Tobias Makin of Fingringhoe, Essex, yeoman, makes a bequest to Richard, son of Edmund Sherman, and names his daughter Joane; the parish register gives birth of Richard, son of Ed. and Joane Sherman, 16 October, 1608. This Richard was doubtless especially recognized in his grandfather's will as the youngest grandchild; for it seems pretty clear that this Edmund and Joan Makin had had several children. The first entered in the parish register is Edmund, 23 June or October, 1599, son of Edmund Sherman jr.

His father Edmund died in 1600. The next is Ann, son of Edmund, 1601, next Joan, 1603, next Hester, 1 April, 1606. In 1610, after the will of her father Tobias was made, Joan seems to have died; for the parish register records the marriage on 15 May, 1611, of Edmund Sherman and Judith Angier; that this is not the cousin Edmund appears from the will of Bezaliel Sherman, 7 October, 1618, who names Joan and John, children of his brother Edmund, and the children, Joan and Ann, are named 2 September, 1625, in the will of Ann, widow of John Angier; this Ann was sister to Bezaliel and Edmund.

The parish register enters the birth of a "child" in 1616 to Edmund; this may be the John, not otherwise recorded; in 1618 the birth of Samuel. A Bezaliel had been entered in 1611, but this may be son to the other Edmund. This other Edmund is clearly identified in the will of Anne, widow first of Anthony Whiting and second of Thomas Wilson; she mentions brother Ezekiel and otherwise identifies herself as daughter to Henry (will 1609). She mentions her brother Edmund Sherman of Colchester.

"It seems clear then that Edmund jr. was twice married, first to Joan, daughter of Tobias Makin, second to Judith, sister of John Angier, and that he had at least these children: Edmund, 1599, Ann 1601, Joan 1603, Hester 1606, Richard 1608, perhaps Bezaliel 1611, John 1616, Samuel 1618, and Grace of unknown age. It seems also reasonably clear that some of these children died young. It is also clear that Edmund was dead at the date of his brother Samuel's will, 1543. No wills of Edmund or his widow are found. Other evidence occurs that the world did not go well with him; for John Angier, his brother-in-law, in 1623 left a bequest to him to clear him of debts. In another will also is a hint that he was not prosperous.

"These Sherman wills are astonishingly minute in their facts and family relationships. The Shermans were generally substantial and well-to-do, of the merchant class, but occasionally giving a son to learning and to the Church. They were strong Puritans and frequently allied with Puritan preachers. A good many of the family came to America; of Edmund's family certainly John and Samuel.

John was a graduate of Immanuel College, Cambridge, and died in Connecticut after a long pastorate. From Samuel, who died in Stratford a neighbor of Andrew Ward, are descended John and General W. T. Sherman. Other descendants of these Shermans are Wm. M. Evarts, Geo. F. Hoar, and Chauncey M. Depew. In his Recollections John Sherman gives much about the early history of the family.

"A few words may be added about the families allied with the Shermans. Of the first Edmund's first wife nothing appears to be known. His second, Ann, was the daughter of Nicholas Cleer, or Clare, whose will is dated 24 February, 1578; he names his wife Ann, sons Nicholas, Thomas, and William, daughters Mary, Ann, and Jane, son-in-law Thomas Haselwood (husband of Jane), and cousins John and Benjamin Clere.

"Of the Makins little appears to be known. Tobias mentions his wife Katherine, daughter Grace Sherman (said to be the mother of Captain John, who came to America), Joan, and Rebecca; sons, John the elder and John the younger, Thomas, Samuel, Westbroome, and Tobias, and grandchild, Elizabeth Potter.

Of the second wife, step-mother to Hester Ward, and her family much more could be set down; there are many wills; they seem to be of substantially the same condition in life as the Shermans. Like the Shermans some of them find a place in the Dictionary of National Biography as distinguished Puritan scholars of the time.

"ENGLISH ANCESTRY"

I. Thomas Sherman of Yaxley, Suffolk County, England, was the father of Henry Sherman.

II. Henry Sherman, "the elder of Colchester," who is said to have removed to Dedham, Essex County, England, married 1st, Agnes Butler, who was buried October 14, 1580, and 2nd, Margery Wilson, a widow. His will, dated January 20, 1589, and proved July 25, 1590, names his sons, Henry, Edmund, and Robert.

III. Edmund Sherman, the son of Henry, was of Dedham, Essex County, England. He married 1st, April 25, 1569, Anna Pellatte, who was buried June 8, 1584, and 2nd, September 11, 1584, Anne Clere, whose will, dated August 3, 1609, was proved January 12, 1609-10. Edmund Sherman's will, dated August 1, 1599, was proved April 30, 1601. He had, by his first wife, Edmund, Richard who died in Boston in 1660, and Bezaleel who died in 1618. By his second wife, he had Samuel, John, and Benjamin.

IV. Edmund Sherman, son of Edmund and grandson of Henry, is thought to have married Joane Maken. He came to New England in 1632, settled in Watertown, Mass., removed thence to Wethersfield and finally to New Haven where he died in 1641. He was the father of Edmund, who came to Watertown, returned to England, and died in 1673, Rev. John of Watertown, and Hon. Samuel of Stratford, Conn.

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Father: Edmund Sherman b: 08 JUN 1548 in Essex, Dedham, England Mother: Anne Pellette b: ABT 1550 in of Dedham, England

Father: Henry Sherman b: BET 1548 AND 1555 in Dedham, Essex Co., England Mother: Susan Renee (Hilles) Lawrence b: ABT 1551 in Moze, Essex, England

Marriage 1 Grace IMG58 (McKim) Makin b: ABT 1580 in Fingringhoe, Essex, England Married: ABT 1598 in Essex, Dedham, England Children Has Children Hester Img70^^^ (Ester) Sherman b: 01 APR 1606 in Dedham, Essex, England Has No Children John * Rev. Sherman b: 26 DEC 1613 in Dedham, Essex, England Has No Children Richard * Sherman b: 16 OCT 1608 in Dedham, Essex, England Has No Children Edmund * Sherman b: OCT 1599 in Watertown, MA Has No Children Grace * Img. Sherman b: ABT 1615 in Dedham, Essex, England

Marriage 2 Judith Img* Angier b: ABT 1582 in England Married: 15 MAY 1611 in Dedham, Essex, England Children Has No Children John * Rev. Sherman b: 26 DEC 1613 in Dedham, Essex, England

Sources: Author: Frederick Virkus Title: A1a -Immigrant Ancestors Index (Img)-VIRKUS Publication: Name: Index to complete compendium; Page: pg 61 Index Author: Meredith B. Colkett, Jr. Title: 42. Founders of Early American Families - COLKETT Publication: Name: pub. 1985; Repository: Name: & INDEX Pub. by Dau. of Nat Soc. of Founders & Patriots of America- 1975

Note: Ref. pg. # refers to Colkett or Index

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