Ensign John Burroughs of Enfield CT b1685

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John Burroughs, III of Enfield CT

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
Death: Died in East Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA
Cause of death: Unknown
Place of Burial: Ellington, Tolland, Connecticut, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of John Burroughs, of Enfield CT and Hannah Burroughs
Husband of Elizabeth Burroughs and Sarah Burroughs
Father of John Burroughs; Simon Burroughs, i; David Burroughs; Jonathan Burroughs; Abnor Burroughs and 2 others
Brother of Hannah Allen; Rebecca Burroughs and Sarah Burroughs

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About Ensign John Burroughs of Enfield CT b1685

Possibly mistaken for John Burroughs, of Trenton NJ


John Burroughs (3) was born Aug. 10, 1685 in Enfield, Mass., now Conn. and died Feb. 14,1757 in East Windsor Conn, now Ellington. His tombstone in Ellington cemetery bears this inscription, "In memory of Ensign John Burroughs who died Feb. 14, 1757 in ye 72nd year of his age." John Burroughs (3) married Ist. Elizabeth Pasco, dau. of John and Rachel Pasco of Stafford Conn., about 1710. On June 18, 1715, John and Elizabeth signed a deed. Her death was after this date. He married second, by 1718, Sarah Rumerill, the dau. of Simeon and Sarah (Fairman)Rumerill. Sarah was born Feb. 14, 1691. John Burroughs (3) moved to Windsor, Conn. between Oct. 14, 1719 when he signed a deed as of Enfield and June 7, 1720 when he is mentioned as a Plantor of Windsor., Conn. In June of that year he is first given in a deed as of Windsor. Probate of Will of John Burroughs Hartford Probate Records. Volume 17,page 316. An inventory of the estate of John Burroughs was accepted in Court of Probate Aug. 3, 1757, which amounted to about 100, which was so small because he had given each of his sons a farm and probably his daughters each a good portion.

Source: Source: "The Burroughs Family of Enfield" Compiled by Theodora Blanch Burroughs, Cattaraugus County Historical Society/Library, p 17-22.


Genealogical Notes on Ewing Twp NJ Cooley 1883 The Burroughs Family pg 2 John (3) son of John (2) came to Ewing Twp at about the age of 21 and purchased a farm, on which he lived not far from the church and adjoining Judge William R McIlvaine's. his name is signed to an agreement dated Aug 26 1703. He died in 1772 aged 88, the date of his recorded will.

NJ Abstracts of Wills Vol 5 pg 78 John Burroughs Trenton Hunterdon Co Oct 22 1678 Grandson Jonathan Burroughs 10 pounds Daughter Sarah Moore 40 shillings yearly during her life Daughter Elizabeth Rose 25 pds; daughter Jemima Howell 25 pds; sons Benjamin & Isaac the tract of land i bought from Mach Lon Kirkbride, in Salem Co which they now have. Son James the plantation I live on and rest of estate. Executors sons Joseph & James. Witnesses Silas Rose, Dan'l Laning Abigail Howell. Proved Mar 9 1774. Inventory Mar 8 1774 432 pounds, 3 shillings 2 pence made by Jacob Carle & Joseph Moore.



John Burroughs (3) was born Aug. 10, 1685 in Enfield, Mass., now Conn. and died Feb. 14,1757 in East Windsor Conn, now Ellington. His tombstone in Ellington cemetery bears this inscription, "In memory of Ensign John Burroughs who died Feb. 14, 1757 in ye 72nd year of his age."

  John Burroughs (3) married Ist. Elizabeth Pasco, dau. of John and Rachel Pasco of Stafford Conn., about 1710. On June 18, 1715, John and Elizabeth signed a deed. Her death was after this date.
  He married second, by 1718, Sarah Rumerill, the dau. of Simeon and Sarah (Fairman)Rumerill. Sarah was born Feb. 14, 1691.
  John Burroughs (3) moved to Windsor, Conn. between Oct. 14, 1719 when he signed a deed as of Enfield and June 7, 1720 when he is mentioned as a Plantor of Windsor., Conn. In June of that year he is first given in a deed as of Windsor.
  Probate of Will of John Burroughs Hartford Probate Records. Volume 17,page 316. An inventory of the estate of John Burroughs was accepted in Court of Probate Aug. 3, 1757, which amounted to about 100, which was so small because he had given each of his sons a farm and probably his daughters each a good portion.

Source: Source: "The Burroughs Family of Enfield" Compiled by Theodora Blanch Burroughs, Cattaraugus County Historical Society/Library, p 17-22.

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Ensign John Burroughs of Enfield CT b1685's Timeline

1685
August 10, 1685
Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
1711
June 16, 1711
Age 25
Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
1719
September 21, 1719
Age 34
Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
1721
September 4, 1721
Age 36
Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut
1725
June 27, 1725
Age 39
Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
1728
June 20, 1728
Age 42
Thompsonville, CT, USA
1730
1730
Age 44
Thompsonville, CT, USA
1731
August 19, 1731
Age 46
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony