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Nathaniel Briscoe

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Birthplace: Little Missenden, , Buckinghamshire, England
Death: Died in Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
Place of Burial: Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Nathaniel Briscoe, Sr. and Elizabeth Briscoe
Husband of Mehitable Briscoe
Father of Nathaniel Briscoe; James Briscoe, Sr.; Abigail Briscoe and Sarah Briscoe

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About Nathaniel Briscoe

NATHANIEL BRISCOE (1629-1683) born about 1620, baptized in 1629 at Little Missenden, England, was son of Nathaniel Briscoe and Elizabeth (bur. Nov. 20, 1642 at Watertown, Mass.) of Watertown, Mass., the "rich tanner." He was an usher in Harvard College, Cambridge in 1639. According to Lambert's History he came to Milford from Wethersfield. He married in 164_, Mehitable and had sons Nathaniel (1646-1691), James (1649-1710) and Abigial.

From his Find A Grave page:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=32384931

Nathaniel Briscoe was a founder of Milford. His name appears on the list of free planters of Milford on Nov. 20, 1639. In 1646 he had a homelot #62 on the west side of Mill River consisting of three acres. Nathaniel was admitted to the First Church in Milford April 20, 1644, and he married Mehitable ?? about 1646.

Milford records state that he died in 1683, but according to Savage he was not there for the second division of land in 1677 and there were no baptisms of children after 1651. Mehitable married NICHOLAS CAMP, JR. after the death of Nathaniel.


The name of his wife was Mehitable. Her last name is unknown. He had only three children: Nathaniel, James, and Abigail.


NATHANIEL BRISCOE (16__-1683) born about 1620, baptized in 1629 at Little Missenden, England, was son of Nathaniel Briscoe and Elizabeth (bur. Nov. 20, 1642 at Watertown, Mass.) of Watertown, Mass., the "rich tanner." He was an usher in Harvard College, Cambridge in 1639. According to Lambert's History he came to Milford from Wethersfield. He married in 164_, Mehitable and had sons Nathaniel (1646-1691), James (1649-1710) and Abigial. (Source: Edward Atwater)


Birth: May 18, 1629, England

Death: 1683

Milford

New Haven County

Connecticut, USA

Nathaniel Briscoe was a founder of Milford. His name appears on the list of free planters of Milford on Nov. 20, 1639. In 1646 he had a homelot #62 on the west side of Mill River consisting of three acres. Nathaniel was admitted to the First Church in Milford April 20, 1644, and he married Mehitable ?? about 1646.

Milford records state that he died in 1683, but according to Savage he was not there for the second division of land in 1677 and there were no baptisms of children after 1651. Mehitable married my ancestor, NICHOLAS CAMP, JR. after the death of Nathaniel.


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Children:
 Nathaniel Briscoe (1647 - 1691)*
 James Briscoe (1649 - 1711)*

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Burial:

Milford Cemetery

Milford

New Haven County

Connecticut, USA




            
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Nathaniel Briscoe's Timeline

1629
May 18, 1629
Little Missenden, , Buckinghamshire, England
May 18, 1629
Little Messenden, Buckinghamshire, England
1647
January 10, 1647
Age 17
Milford, New Haven Colony
1649
May 6, 1649
Age 19
Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
1651
1651
Age 21
Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut
1680
January 22, 1680
Age 50
Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut
1683
1683
Age 53
Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
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Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, United States