Felix Alcott Collins

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Felix Alcott Collins

Also Known As: "Lewis;"
Birthdate: (74)
Birthplace: Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom
Death: April 17, 1671 (70-78)
Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay Colony, British Colonial America
Place of Burial: Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay Colony, British Colonial America
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Walter Collins and Felicia Collins
Wife of Harvey Tarver and William Lewis, II
Mother of William Tarver; Henry Tarver; Capt. William Lewis, III; Mary Lewis; Ann Lewis and 2 others

Occupation: from Hartford
Managed by: Private User
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About Felix Alcott Collins

The identity of his William's wife Felix is not certainly known. The most important evidence is the will of Giles Whiting of Hartford, which left his whole estate "to be disposed of by my brother William Lewis, to himself and his children at his discretion." This implies that the children of Lewis were related to Whiting and that he took an interest in them, Which would have hardly been the case unless Whiting's sister was wife of Lewis. The will was unfortunately undated in the record copy, but must be placed between 1650 and 1663. Whiting's will was made in the presence of Edward Stebbing and William Lewis Sr, and although the will does not specify senior or junior, it would seem that the man referred to as his brother was William Lewis Sr.


The identity of his William's wife Felix is not certainly known. The most important evidence is the will of Giles Whiting of Hartford, which left his whole estate "to be disposed of by my brother William Lewis, to himself and his children at his discretion." This implies that the children of Lewis were related to Whiting and that he took an interest in them, Which would have hardly been the case unless Whiting's sister was wife of Lewis. The will was unfortunately undated in the record copy, but must be placed between 1650 and 1663. Whiting's will was made in the presence of Edward Stebbing and William Lewis Sr, and although the will does not specify senior or junior, it would seem that the man referred to as his brother was William Lewis Sr.

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Felix Alcott Collins's Timeline

1597
January 1597
Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom
1620
August 19, 1620
Age 23
Penarth, The Vale Of Glamorgan, UK
1621
1621
Age 24
Pentraeth, Traeth Coch, Anglesey, Wales
1622
1622
Age 25
Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom
1628
1628
Age 31
Saint Dunstan, Stephney, London, England
1635
November 1, 1635
Age 38
Lancaster, Worcester, Massachusetts Bay Colony, British Colonial America
1640
August 18, 1640
Age 43
Hartford, Connecticut, British Colonial America
1671
April 17, 1671
Age 74
Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay Colony, British Colonial America
April 1671
Age 74
Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay Colony, British Colonial America