Joseph Eggleston, II
|Birthplace:||Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States|
|Death:||Died in South Kingstown, Washington, RI, USA|
|Managed by:||David Hadsall|
About Joseph Eggleston, II
This Joseph Is probably a son of Joseph, son of Bigot, due to his age at the time of birth of his children. He married a daughter of Gershom and Mary (--) Mott and is left a legacy by Gershom Mott.
According to research done by Vera Main Robinson, in land evidences: Joseph Eaglestone of South Kingstown, RI bought 100 acres of land on "Wahaquadok" Brook, June 28, 1723 (SLE Vol 3:428); (SLE Vol 5:34) March 25, 1737, Joseph Eaglestone deeded land to Son-in-law David Nichols and wife Sara--land by "Wetequatuck" Brook; (SLE Vol 6:148) 1748, Joseph Eggleston, Jr. bought land next to his father; (SLE Vol 8:218-19) September 5, 1767 in 3 quitclaim deeds Ichabod, Joseph and Isaac divided up land owned by their father, Joseph Eaglestone, deceased. These records indicate that Joseph Eggleston, Sr., was alive in 1748 and deceased by 1767.
RHODE ISLAND IN THE COLONIAL WAR SERVICEMEN, 1740-1762, by Howard Chapin, edited by James Flint, Providence, RI: The Society, 1920.
EGGLESTON, Joseph, Old Frence & Indian War, served in campaign of 1762.
JUNE 28, 1723, VOL. 3, PAGE 428. #1
Francis and Elizabeth Robinson to Joseph-11 Eaglestone of South Kingstown, RI, dated June 28, 1723, Vol. 3, pages 428 and 429, 100 acres in Stonington -- beginning chestnut tree marked standing by a run of water called Wahaquadock Brook which is northwest corner, from thence extending on a straight course E10N 108 rods to stake and stones about it, from thence S7W 165 rods to stake with stones about it, from thence W8N 108 rods to ye aforesaid Brook to ye middle stream there of, and bounded thereby to ye first mentioned bound.
AUG. 26, 1734, VOL. 4, PAGE 545. #2
Joseph-11 Eagleston to Thomas Wilcox dated Aug. 26, 1734, Vol. 4, page 545, 1 acre -- beginning at a chestnut stump standing upon a rock with stones about it standing by a run of water called Wadaquadock Brook, which is ye northwest corner, from thence extending E10N 14 rods to a black oak bush marked on two sides with stones about it, from thence S7W 11.5 rods to a stake and stones about it, thence W 14 rods to a stake with stones about it standing within 3 feet of ye before named brook or run of water; thence N to ye first named bound on said rock.
Witnessed by Joshua Palmeter and Rachel Hadfall.
MARCH 21, 1736/7, VOL. 5, PAGE 34. #3
Joseph Egleston for love and affection for son-in-law David Nockols and wife Sarah of Westerly, dated Mar. 21, 1736/7, Vol. 5, page 34, six acres -- beginning at a stake standing by a brook called Wetequatuck Brook which is Thomas Wilcox's southwest bound, thence extending E 13.5 rods by land of Thomas Wilcox to a stake with stones about it, from thence N by land partly of said Thomas Wilcox and partly by land of Daniel Wilcox 30 rods to a stake and stones about it, thence extending S 30 rods to a stake and stones about it, thence extending S 30 rods to a white oak tree marked on two sides, thence extending W a straight line 38 rods to the first mentioned brook, to a stake, and so bounded by the middle streem of said brook to the first mentioned bound.
From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
BIRTH: Some records give Windsor, Conn as birthplace, however the will of Bygod
Eggleston indicates his son Joseph had left Windsor before 1674, therefore
Joseph's son Joseph could not have been born there. Records of Orson H.
Eggleston have Mr. Eggleston born abt 1700 of New York, his relationship 3rd
great grandson. Donald Eggleston has Joseph born before 1680 probably in Rhode
Island. Archive record has birth of all children in this family in North
Stonington. Stonington was divided in 1717 to form North Stonington.
MARRIAGE: Evidence of Joseph's marriage originated with a probate record for
Gershom Mott who left a legacy to Joseph Eaglestone in 1720.(North Kingstown
Probate records vol 6 p. 15 LDS film 0930972)[E61]This original record does not
indicate the relationship between Gershom Mott and Joseph Egglestone. Rhode
Island Vital Records Vol. 5 Washington County Marriage from Probate Records p.
126 and p.237 [E4], lists a marriage of Joseph Eggleston to Miss Mott, daughter
of Gershom and Mary based on that probate record. (Austin's Genealogical
Dictionary of Rhode Island p. 347 [974.5 D26a] also lists Joseph as recipient o
a legacy from the will of Gershom Mott.) [E59]
Joseph Eggleston, II's Timeline
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Westerly, Washington County, RI
Kingstowne, Kings, Rhode Island, USA
July 23, 1716
Kingston, Kings, Rhode Island, United States
September 17, 1719
Kingstown, Providence Plantations County, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut Colony
September 5, 1767
South Kingstown, Washington, RI, USA