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Thomas Barnes, of East Haven

Birthplace: New Haven, New Haven Colony, (Present Connecticut)
Death: Died in New Haven, New Haven County, Province of Connecticut
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Barnes, of Hartford; Thomas , Sr. Barnes; Thomas*^ BARNES; Mary Barnes, of Hartford; Mary Brockett and 1 other
Husband of Mary Barnes and Abigail Barnes
Father of Sarah Wilmot; Thomas Barnes; Mary Barnes; Thomas Barnes, VI; Sarah Barnes and 9 others
Brother of Mercy Thompson; Martha Barnes; John Barnes, of North Haven; Elizabeth Austin; Abigail Frost (Barnes) and 2 others

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About Thomas Barnes, of East Haven

Thomas Barnes

  • Birth: Aug 26 1653 - New Haven
  • Parents: Thomas Barnes, Mary
  • Wife: Mary Hubbard, Abigail Frost
  • Death: 1712 - East Haven


  • Mary Bidwell (born Barnes), Sarah Barnes, Thomas Barnes, Thomas Barnes, Sarah Barnes, Rebecca Towner (born Barnes), Abigail Ray (born Barnes), Elizabeth Beecher (born Barnes), Deborah Barnes, Hannah Brooks (born Barnes), Samuel Barnes, Nathaniel Barnes, Abraham Barnes, Phebe? Barnes, <Private> Barnes, <Private> Barnes


The Last Will and Testament of Thomas Barnes Senior dwelling in Middletown in the county of Hartford and Colony of Connecticut is as followeth. "IT I give to my son Thomas Barnes that parcel of upland where he hath built his house, to lie on the south side from the crooked tree where Mr. Bracet and I parted, to the great chestnut tree and so by the bogie meadow side till they come at the old lines; moreover I give him half my shrubby plain lot; I give him a piece of land I bought of Loe and Ellis; that is from the front line to the meadow; the one half of that I give to Thomas and the other half to my son Daniel; more I give to my said son Thomas the eastward side of the great meadow according qas he and Daniel have divided it; as also a piece next my son John's meadow, beginning where John endeth and so running westward till he come within forty rods of the river, all these lands butted as they are already laid out and all that is between the front stake of my son John's next Eliazer Brown till it comes to Thomas More's northward from it, butting on the meadow westward."


The Tuttle story is one of my qualifying stories for Rootsweb's International Black Sheep Society. After checking out the citations that people sent me, as much as I could get ahold of them, mostly TAG, and a couple of citations, I never did get ahold of the Prindle book, I found that documents such as wills establish that the Tuttles were of Northampton. My sources, as well as a summary of the disproven roots cited in older Tuttle genealogies in the United States, are below.

  • Ringstead Tuttles
  • This is the true Tuttle lineage. The material is a little confusing.
  • Here is the version I put together;
  • Samuel b 1/9/1659-60 m 6/1684 Sarah Newman m 2 Abaigail, dau of John and Mercy FROST and widow of 'Thos Barnes' She had 15 children already. In 1736, her son Samuel presented a petition to the court to administer her estate, she had "fallen into discomposure of mind", was incapable, etc.


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Thomas Barnes, of East Haven's Timeline

April 26, 1653
New Haven, New Haven Colony, (Present Connecticut)
November 21, 1679
Age 26
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
February 17, 1681
Age 27
North Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
July 21, 1684
Age 31
New Haven, New Haven Co, Connecticut
July 26, 1687
Age 34
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
February 12, 1688
Age 34
Age 35
December 12, 1691
Age 38
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States