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Deacon Thomas Adgate MP
(c.1620 - 1707)
Birth: 1620, England Death: Jul. 21, 1707 Norwich New London County Connecticut, USA
Husband of Mary Marvin
Mary Marvin Adgate (1628 - 1713)
Mary Marvin Adgate (1628 - ...
Rev. Nehemiah Smith MP
(1605 - 1686)
The children of Nehemiah Smith and George Smith of New Haven continue to be disputed. Although some publications show that the 1645 baptism of Sarah's children Mary, Sarah and Hannah in Dec 1645 do not...
John Tracy, Sr. MP
(c.1672 - 1726)
The family became one of the first in Norwich, in numbers, social position and wealth.
Headstone: HERE LYES YE BODY OF MR JOHN TRACY WHO DIED MARCH YE 27 1726 AGED 53 YEARS & 2 MONTHS & 8 DAYS
Thomas Leffingwell, Sr., Lt. MP
(1624 - 1713)
"1637 Immigrant to CT", "Lt. King Philip's War- Proprieter of Leffingwell Inn c.1700 (Norwich", "CT museum today)"
Thomas, progenitor of the Leffingwells in America, is said to have made his first appearance on these shores in 1637 -- a lone hunter in the forests of Connecticut, but friend of Uncas, chief of the Mo...
Hannah Baldwin MP
(c.1633 - 1694)
"Hanna Burchet", "Hannah Birchwood"
Hannah Birchard, wife of John Baldwin of Norwich
Baptized Terling, Essex on 17 Oct 1633. Daughter of Thomas Birchard (Birchwood) of Terling and Mary Robinson. The family came on the Truelove in 1635 ...
John Baldwin of Norwich MP
(c.1630 - 1681)
John Baldwin of Norwich, CT
The John Baldwin of Norwich, Connecticut does not appear to be connected with any other Baldwin family, notably those of Massachusetts, Newark, NJ; or New Haven, Milford, ...
(c.1625 - 1703)
Robert Allyn, of Norwich MP
(c.1609 - 1683)
"Robert "the immigrant ancestor" Allen"
Born: Estimated 1609 in England (Estimate based on age 60 at 1669, when he was "freed from training")
Immigration: By 1636. It's unknown if he had his family on immigration, or came single. Altho...
Lieutenant Francis Griswold MP
(1632 - 1671)
"Lt Francis /Griswold/"
Lt. Francis Griswold was born abt 1635 in Kenilworth, Warwickshire Co., England. He died in Norwich, Connecticut on 6 Oct 1671 “cut down apparently by some sudden attack of disease, leaving seve...