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Rebecca Satterlee (Bemis)

Also Known As: "Rebecca (Bemis) Minter Dimon Satterlee", "Rebecca Dymond", "Rebecca Minter"
Birthdate: (32)
Birthplace: Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
Death: circa 1684 (28-36)
New London, New London, Connecticut
Place of Burial: Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of James Bemis and Sarah Griswold / Bemis
Wife of Tobias Minter; Captain John Dimond, of Fairfield and Capt. Benedict Satterlee
Mother of Tobias Minter; John Dymond; Sarah Wickham; Rebecca Dymond Sweezy; Jonathan Dymond and 1 other
Sister of Mary Griswold

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About Rebecca Satterlee

Rebecca (Bemis) Dimon, m. Apr. i, 1672, Tobias Minter ; m. 2d, June 17, 1674, to John Dimond; m. 3d, Aug. 2, 1682, to Benedict Satterlee.

Daughter of James and Sarah Bemis of New London. She was married first to Tobias Minter of New Foundland, and after his death, to John Dimond of Fairfield, and at his decease she married Benedict Satterlee of Killingworth.

After the death of James Bemis, his wife Sarah married Edward Griswold of Killingworth. (Sav. Gen. Diet.)

Source: Dimon Genealogy, page 13-14.


Rebecca, widow of Tobias Minter, daughter of James Bemis; she married (3) 2 Aug 1682, Benedict Satterlee.


  1. John b abt 1675
  2. Sarah b about 1676
  3. Jonathan b about 1678

Source: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Volume 1, edited by Donald Lines Jacobus, page 185


John2 Dimon b. 1640 New London m. Rebecca Bemis


  • Thomas1 Dimond d.1658


  1. John3 Dimon b. 1678 Mattituck, NY m. Sarah Salmon


  • lineage D - Haplogroup T. "A Colonial American family that were among the first settlers of Fairfield in the Connecticut Colony. The lineage has been documented in The Dimons of Fairfield, Connecticut by John M. Sheftall ;1983; 653pgs. The Sheftall book is an excellent comprehensive publication covering earliest generations and southern branch of the Dimon Family. The lineage is also covered in the The Genealogy of the Dimond or Dimon Family of Fairfield, Conn. with inclusions Dimon or Dymont Family of East Hampton, Long Island and The Dimond Family of New Hampshire Edwin R. Dimond 1891. This publication is a basic pedigree outline. Other publications and sources: The History of Fairfield: Fairfield County Connecticut Vol. 1 & 2 Elizabeth H. Schenk 1889Families of Old Fairfield Donald Lines Jacobus for the Eunice Dennie Burr Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, Fairfield, Connecticut 1932 Savage Genealogical Dictionary (vol. 2, ) Fairfield Museum and History Center: Dimon Family Papers, 1724-1834 135 items: Thomas Dimon settled in Fairfield in 1639. The family papers include correspondence, writs, financial records, deeds, an account book of Ebenezer Dimon, probate records, shipping papers, and genealogical material. MS 34 English Literary Club Records, 1896-3 linear feet."


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Rebecca Satterlee's Timeline

Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
February 26, 1673
Age 21
New London, New London, CT, United States
March 20, 1674
Age 22
New London, New London, CT, United States
December 2, 1676
Age 24
New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
January 21, 1678
Age 26
New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
October 21, 1678
Age 26
New London, New London, CT, United States
April 16, 1683
Age 31
Groton, New London County, Connecticut Colony