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Thomas Lyon MP (c.1621 - 1690)

Thomas Lyon 1621-1690 Wives Martha Johanna Winthrop May 9, 1630-c.1653 Mary Hoyt Children: Child with Martha Winthrop- Mary August 1649-c.1712 Children with Mary Hoyt (birth order...

8/18/2007 7/29/2013

Mitchell Curtis (deceased)

The Zachariah Curtiss Houses are located in New England, and are Colonial American wooden post-and-beam timber frame farm houses. The older house of the two was built by Zachariah I around 1686 and the...

7/29/2013 7/29/2013

Zachariah Curtiss, Sr. MP (1659 - 1748)

"Curtiss", "Custis", "Zachariah"

Family of Capt. William Curtis (1796) & Mary [Curtis]: Payne-Joyce Genealogy: 4431. Zachariah Curtis. Born on 14 Nov 1659 in Stratford, CT.64 Zachariah died in Stratford, CT, on 12 Jun 1748; he was 8...

7/5/2008 7/29/2013

Lt. Joseph Judson MP (1619 - 1690)

"Joshua Judson"

From the English Wikipedia page on Joseph Judson: Joseph Judson (born 1619 in Kirby Mooreside, Yorkshire, England, died October 8, 1690) was a Connecticut settler, local official and militia office...

2/1/2007 7/29/2013

Reverend Henry Whitfield MP (1590 - 1657)

"Whitefield"

Rev. Henry Whitfield was born in England about 1590. He was ordained a minister of the Church of England in 1618. That same year he married Dorothy Sheafe. They had 9 children. The Henry Whitfield Ho...

5/7/2009 7/29/2013

Isaac Stevens (deceased)

In 1786 leatherworker Isaac Stevens purchased half an acre of land on High (now Main) Street in Wethersfield, Connecticut. He began construction of his new home in 1788, and completed it in 1789 prior ...

12/14/2012 12/14/2012

Martha Eells MP (1662 - 1740)

Alternate Date of Death: Died between March 7 and Nov. 16, 1741. Source: ""The Eells family of Dorchester, Massachusetts : in the line of Nathaniel Eells of Middleton, Connecticut, 1633-1821 : with n...

7/15/2008 5/15/2011

Anna Eells MP (1640 - 1687)

NOTE: Some sources have her mother as Cicely and other sources say Susanna. Alternate Dates of Birth: 1640, 1644, 1649 and 1650. Alternate Place of Birth: Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts ...

11/3/2008 5/15/2011

Col. Samuel Eells MP (1666 - c.1753)

"Sam"

Col. Samuel Eells Jr. - was born on 2 Sep 1666 in Milford, Conn. and died in 1753 in Milford, New Haven, Ct . He was the son of Samuel Eells and Anna Lenthall. Col. Samuel married Esther Oviatt. Esth...

7/15/2008 1/28/2011

Capt. David Judson MP (1693 - 1761)

"Captain"

Capt. David Judson August 7, 1693-May 5, 1761 Parents: Capt. James Judson April 24, 1650-Feb. 25, 1721 and Rebecca Welles May 1655-Feb. 25, 1717 Wife Phoebe Stiles March 25, 1698-May 20, 1765 Chi...

2/1/2007 1/19/2011

William Judson, JR. MP (1592 - 1662)

William Judson Wife Grace Porter Child Joseph Judson 1619 Captain David Judson House ' was built by David Judson, a resident of Stratford, Connecticut, in 1723 . The 1723 house was built on the s...

2/1/2007 1/19/2011

Gov. Samuel Huntington, signer of the "Declaration of Independence" MP (1731 - 1796)

"*****Signer of the Declaration of Independence*****", "Pres. of Continental Congress(1779-80)Chief Justice of CT Supreme Court", "Gov. of Connecticut (17861796)"

Samuel Huntington (July 16, 1731– January 5, 1796) was a jurist, statesman, and Patriot in the American Revolution from Connecticut. As a delegate to the Continental Congress, he signed the De...

6/4/2009 1/19/2011

Maj. Samuel Eells MP (1640 - 1709)

Samuel Eells was a militia officer in King Philip's war and after was at Fairfield, CT in 1687. The Eells-Stow House is believed to be the oldest house in Milford, CT and takes part of its name fro...

10/17/2007 1/19/2011

Elijah Humphreys MP (1746 - 1785)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for CONNECTICUT with the rank of MAJOR. DAR Ancestor #: A059806 Elijah Humphreys April 27, 1746-July 2, 1785 Parents: Rev. Daniel Hunphreys d. Sep. 2, 1787 and ...

1/18/2011 1/19/2011

John Humphreys MP (1744 - 1832)

John Humphreys January 3, 1744- Parents: Rev. Daniel Humphreys d. Sep. 2, 1787 and Lady Sarah Riggs Bowers Humphreys Dec. 17, 1710 - July 29, 1787 John Humphreys House: built for him by his father ...

1/18/2011 1/19/2011

David Humphreys MP (1752 - 1818)

General David Humphreys July 10, 1752-February 21, 1818 born in the General David Humphreys House, Derby, Connecticut. Died in New Haven, Connecticut. Parents Rev. Daniel Humphreys d. 1787 and Lady S...

1/18/2011 1/18/2011

Rev. Daniel Humphreys MP (b. - 1787)

Rev. Daniel Humphreys d. September 2, 1787 Wife Sarah Riggs Bowers Dec. 17, 1710-1787 Children: Daniel May 13, 1740 John Jan. 3, 1744 Elijah Apr. 27, 1746 Sarah July 20, 1748 General Da...

1/18/2011 1/18/2011

Sarah (Riggs) Bowers Humphreys MP (1710 - 1787)

"Lady Humphreys", "known in Derby as "Lady Humphreys" for her "dignity and refinement of character"

Lady Humphreys December 17, 1710-July 29, 1787 Parents Capt. John Riggs Apr. 1, 1676-Sep. 24, 1755 and Elizabeth Tomlinson 1676-Apr. 17, 1747 Husbands John Bowers d. Jan. 26, 1738 Rev. Daniel...

1/18/2011 1/18/2011

Thomas Lyon MP (1673 - 1739)

Thomas Lyon 1673-1739 Parents Thomas Lyon 1621-1690 and Mary Hoyt Wife Abigail Ogden 1677-Nov. 1760 Children: Abigail 1697- Thomas 1699-Dec. 1770 Jemima 1700-Sep. 29, 1760 Samuel Oct. 1...

8/18/2007 1/18/2011

Freelove Stowe MP (1728 - 1805)

FREELOVE4, Phinehas3, Richard2, John1 (of Milford). Freelove Baldwin, dau. of Phinehas Baldwin (son of Richard Baldwin and Amy Oviatt) and Rebeckah Baldwin (dau. of Sgt. Samuel Baldwin and Rebecca Wi...

5/22/2009 1/15/2011

Capt. Stephen Stowe MP (1726 - 1777)

"Stow"

A Patriot of the American Revolution for CONNECTICUT. DAR Ancestor #: A110930 Stephen Stowe, Martyr of Milford, A Hero of the American Revolutionary War Stephen Stowe May 22, 1726-February 8, 1777 ...

5/22/2009 1/15/2011

James Clark, of Stratford MP (1641 - 1712)

"Clerke"

James Clark [1] was born on 13 Oct 1641 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut and was christened in Feb 1644/1645 in Milford, New Haven, Ct. He died on 29 Feb 1712 in Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut a...

3/20/2007 1/15/2011

Pelatiah Leete III (1744 - 1806)

Pelatiah Leete III built the Pelatiah Leete House in 1765. The Leetes have owned land at Leetes Island since 1640, when the town granted the island to William Leete, one of the founders of Guilford. He...

8/6/2008 1/15/2011

Joseph Clay (deceased)

Acadian House, named for the Acadians who resided there for a time, was built in 1670 by Joseph Clay. Source:

1/14/2011 1/14/2011

Samuel Chittenden (1704 - 1783)

Acadian House in Guilford, Connecticut was owned by Samuel Chittenden in 1756, the year the Acadians arrived in Guilford. The house gets its name from the Acadians who lived there, the Herbert family, ...

8/6/2008 1/14/2011

Dea. John Graves MP (c.1633 - 1695)

John Graves (1631–1695) Born: abt. 1631 England. Died: 12-31-1695 Guilford, CT. Buried: East Guilford, CT Parents: George Graves (ca. 1600–1673) "original proprietor" of Hartford, CT an...

8/5/2007 1/14/2011

William Parker MP (1645 - 1725)

Deacon William Parker: June 1645-August 20, 1725. Parker was not a founder of the First Church of Christ Congregational in Old Saybrook but became Deacon in 1670. He also represented the town at seven ...

12/3/2008 1/14/2011

Patriot of the Revolutionary War, Nathan was hung as a spy. Remembered for his oft quoted words, "I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country." In 1985 Captain Nathan Hale was desig...

3/15/2008 1/13/2011

Joseph Tryon MP (1702 - 1771)

Joseph Tryon was the second owner of the Holister-Tryon House. Jeremiah Hollister built a saltbox house on the west side of Main Street in South Glastonbury in 1736. In 1739, he sold the house to Josep...

7/3/2008 1/13/2011

Moses Weed (1745 - 1829)

Weed-Enders House 1790 One of the four historic properties owned by the Salmon Brook Historical Society is the Weed-Enders House. The house was originally constructed in 1790, six miles to the west of ...

1/13/2011 1/13/2011

Rev. Samuel Street MP (1635 - 1717)

Rev. Samuel Street (1635 - 1717) Rev. Samuel Street was the son of Nicholas Street (1603 - 1674). He was born about 1635, married Anna Miles (1642-1730) on Nov. 3, 1664 in New Haven. Samuel was one o...

6/23/2008 1/13/2011

Stephen Hotchkiss (1681 - 1755)

Deacon Stephen Hotchkiss One of the founders of Cheshire as a separate parish from Wallingford. Deacon Stephen Hotchkiss House- 1730 Source: second picture on list

11/8/2008 1/13/2011

Joseph Harvey Riggs, II MP (1746 - 1822)

DAR Ancestor #: A096664 Military: Patriot in the American Revolutionary War; Oath of Fidelity in Derby, CT 1777; appointed Lieutenant 4th Company, 2nd Regiment 1779. Captain War of 1812 Find a Grave ...

10/29/2008 1/13/2011

Nehemiah Royce MP (1636 - 1706)

Nehemiah Royce born: circa 1638 (Long Sutton, Somerset, England / of Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts) died: 7 November 1706 at Wallingford, New Haven, CT. Father: Robert Royce b. c 1605, d. 1676...

4/8/2008 1/12/2011

Thomas Stanton, III, Hon. MP (c.1616 - 1677)

"Thom", "Stanton", "Indian Trader", "Farmer"

An Original Proprietor of Hartford, Connecticut Source: Thomas Stanton came from Virginia, whither in 1635 lie had gone from London, age 20 ; an original proprietor of Hartford; his home-lot, in 16...

2/23/2007 1/12/2011

Ephraim Hawley MP (1659 - 1690)

Builder of the Ephraim Hawley House. Sources:

4/11/2008 1/12/2011

Ensign Thomas Lee, II MP (1644 - 1704)

The East Lyme Historical Society maintains the house of Thomas Lee as a museum. In Essays on the Lee Family by Wilbur Beckwith, East Lyme Town Historian (downloaded 2011 from eastlymehistoricalsociet...

5/28/2007 1/12/2011

Capt. John Stanley MP (c.1624 - 1706)

Stanley-Whitman House original owner When only 13 years old living in Hartford, CT with his uncle Thomas, John Stanley went on the expedition against the Pequot Indians. Later, he settled in Fa...

10/1/2007 1/12/2011

John Stanley (1647 - 1729)

Stanley-Whitman House: built by this John Stanley's father, the house was sold by this John Stanley to Ebenezer Steel in 1725. History of New Britain:with Sketches of Farmington and Berlin, Con...

7/4/2008 1/12/2011

Henry Kingsnorth (c.1624 - 1668)

HENRY KINGSNORTH one of the signers of the Connecticut Compact, died in 1668. He married Mary Stevens, daughter of John Stevens. She married June 2, 1669, John Collins (16__-1704), and died before 1700...

2/19/2009 1/12/2011

Comfort Starr, III (c.1657 - d.)

Owner of Comfort Starr House, build in Guilford, Connecticut by Henry Kingsnorth.

5/10/2008 1/12/2011

Joseph Loomis, I MP (1590 - 1658)

Joseph Loomis was one of the first settlers of Windsor, Connecticut. He was born probably before 1590 at Braintree, in Essex county, England and died in Windsor Connecticut on 25 Nov. 1658.[1] Parent...

5/25/2007 1/12/2011

Silas Deane MP (1737 - 1789)

Silas Deane b. December 24, 1737 Groton, Connecticut d. September 23, 1789 Silas Deane was a Revolutionary War patriot. He was a delegate to the Continental Congress, and later the United States' fir...

8/16/2007 1/12/2011

Seth Stowell Sweetser MP (1606 - 1662)

"Seth Sweetzer"

Seth Sweetser (son of James Sweetser and Joane Stowell)836, 837, 838, 839, 840, 840 was born 18 May 1606 in Tring, Hertfordshire, England840, 840, 841, 842, 842, and died 21 May 1662 in Charlestown, Ma...

4/3/2007 1/2/2011