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About Joseph Burr
JOSEPH BURR of Hempstead LI removed from Hartford to LI in 1714 and settled at Huntington. From there removed to Hempstead Harbor.
He married 1st Damorom Sears and 2d Mary Wood in the year 1737 She was b Feb 20 1704 and d May n 1792.
He was a tanner by trade and had a tannery at Mosquito Cove now Glencove and a farm of 80 acres at the same place. He left a large estate.
- A general history of the Burr family: with a genealogical record from 1193 ... By Charles Burr Todd Page 245
JOSEPH BURR of Hempstead L.I.,removed from Hartford to L.I. in 1714, and settled at Huntington/ From there rem. to Hempstead Harbor about 1719. He m. 1st Damorom Sears, and 2d Mary Wood in the year 1737. She was b. Feb. 20, 1704, and d. May 11. 1792.
- i Isaac, b. 1736
- ii Samuel, b. July 19, 1740
- iiii Joseph
- iv Thomas
- v Stephen
- vi Daniel, b. 1756
Joseph Burr d. at Hempstead, Dec. 6, 1776. He was a tanner by trade and had a tannery at Mosquito Cove, now Glencove. He bought of Richard Albertson a farm of 80 acres, March 29, 1740 for L360.
A General History of the Burr Family; Charles Todd Burr; pg. 284
Joseph Burr's Timeline
July 31, 1687
Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
Huntington, Suffolk, NY
December 2, 1759
Oyster Bay, Nassau County, New York, United States
December 6, 1776
Hempstead, Queens County, New York, United States