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Timothy Heald

Birthplace: Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
Death: Died in Suffield, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
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Son of John Heald and Dorothy Heald
Husband of Sarah Heald
Father of Sarah Rising; Timothy Hale; John Hale; Thomas Hale; Samuel Hale and 4 others
Brother of Sarah Tilton; Hannah Spalding; Sgt. John Heald; Ebenezer Hale; Dorcas Heald and 11 others

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About Timothy Heald

Source: "Connecticut Colonists Windsor" Source: Jacobus, Donald Lines and Waterman, Edgar Francis; "Hale, House and Related Families"; Boston: 1978 The name in Windsor records usually appears as HALL. he was to be made freeman in 1666. .

From, "Hale House and Related Families, Many of the CT River Valley", by Donald Jacobus Lines and Edgar Francis Waterman, pg 274 "'Timothy Hall' was to be made a freeman, 10 May 1666, an d his name is in the list of freemen of Windsor, 1 Oct 1669 . The name in Windsor records usually appears as Hall. He was head of a family of four persons at Windsor in the list of 7 March 1669/70." "Among those who drew lots for upland in Simsbury, 29 Apr. 1687, was "Timothy Hail", but he never lived there. Apparently it was the intention for his s on John to acquire an estate in Simsbury, for on 29 Dec. 1687 "John Haild" was granted 30 acres there, his "uncle Sam l Barber' engaging for him "till he come of age." On 21 Mar . 1699/1700, "John Haild" of Windsor sold land in Simsbury to Samuel All in of Windsor, and on 30 Mar. 1703, "John Hail"of Windsor s old further land there to "John Cook, Junr (son of Mr. Thomas Cook". This John Hale died by 1709, and his chief reside nce seems to have been Windsor. But he left some right to l and in Simsbury, which was not disposed of until some twent y years after his death. In March 1728/29 (deed not specifi c as to the day, and some of the acknowledgements were take n in April), Timothy Hale of Suffield, Thomas Hale of Sprin gfield, Sam Hale and Josiah Hale, John Rimington and Hanna h his wife, John Rising and James Rising, all of Suffield , Hannah Rising of Hadley, , all in Hampshire County, Mass. , and Sam Hall and Sarah his wife of Stafford, Hartford Cou nty, Conn., conveyed to Thomas Rimington of Barrington, Bri stol Co., [then Mass], all right in Simsbury "which did belong to John Hale formerly of Simsbury or of Windsor decest." "Among some probate entries in Volume A of Deeds at Springfield is found a statement that Rev. John Younglove [of Subfield] died leaving a written statement to the effect that Timothy Hale had come to his house shortly before his death and expressed his desires in regard to his estate, which the Court accepted as Timothy's last will. He wished his estate not to be divided during his wife's lifetime; name d his eldest daughter, wife of John Rising, and two sons who are abroad "out of his family" who had received their portions as he given them "Their tyme and trade"; also named eldest son Timothy, son Samuel, youngest son Josias, and youngest daughter (to have L20)." "A late distribution was made 29 Aug. 1738 and signed by Ti mothy Hale, eldest son; Samuel hale second surviving son (he had bought the right of his brother Thomas); Josiah Hale , another son; heirs of Sarah Rising wife of John Rising, who was eldest daughter (naming James Rising, one of her heirs); John Hale (who had bought the interest of three of the children of said Sarah, namely, John Rising, Hannah Rising, and Sarah Hall, late wife to Samuel Hall); and Hannah wife of John Remington, second daughter. This agreement was ratified 16 May 1739 by Thomas Hale of Springfield, John Rising of Suffield, and Sarah Hall of Somers, widow." "On 18 May 1724, Thomas Hale of Springfield sold to his bro ther Samuel Hale of Suffield, all right in the estate of hi s father Timothy Hale and of his brother John Hale late of Windsor dec'd. Later, Christopher J. Lawton bought the rights of Samuel, Josiah, and Timothy Hale of Suffield." From pg 273 of the above mentioned book, " The facts that T imothy Hale of Suffield had a daughter who married a Reming ton and that Josiah of Concord, grandnephew of Timothy, cam e to Suffield and married into the Remington family, strongly suggest the identity of Timothy who founded theSuffied f amily with the son of John Heald of Concord." Robert W. Heald <> Home Page: Heald Family Genealogy

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Timothy Heald's Timeline

Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
April 23, 1665
Age 22
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
December 12, 1667
Age 24
Windsor, Hartford, Conn.
August 24, 1670
Age 27
Windsor, Hartford, Conn.
August 26, 1672
Age 29
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
January 3, 1673
Age 30
Windsor, Hartford, Conn.
November 20, 1675
Age 32
<Suffield, Hartford, Connecticut>
November 28, 1675
Age 32
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
September 22, 1678
Age 35
Windsor, Hartford, Conn.