Abigail Lombard

b. 30 January 1681
     Abigail Lombard was born on 30 January 1681 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 She was the daughter of David Lombard and Margaret Philley.

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.

Priscilla Jones

b. 10 June 1681, d. after 1719
     Priscilla Jones was also known as Prissilah JOnes. She was born on 10 June 1681 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, America.1 She was the daughter of Benjamin Jones and Elizabeth Wildes. On Friday, 13 June 1704 in Enfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Priscilla Jones married John Howard, son of Thomas Howard and (?) Unknown.2 Her married name was Priscilla Howard (Jones). Priscilla Jones died after 1719 in Stafford, Connecticut, America.

Children of Priscilla Jones and John Howard

Citations

  1. [S180] Topsfield, Massachusetts : Topsfield Historical Society, Vital records of Gloucester, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849.
  2. [S317] L. N. Parker, History and genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Captain Israel Jones.

Hannah Barber

b. 4 October 1681
     Hannah Barber was born on 4 October 1681 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America. She was the daughter of Samuel Barber and Ruth Drake.

Abraham Childers III

b. circa 1682, d. 1763
     Abraham Childers III was born circa 1682 in Curles Neck Plantation, Henrico, Virginia, America. He was the son of Abraham Childers II and Anne Pew. Circa 1700 in Henrico, Virginia, America, Abraham Childers III married Elizabeth Cannon. Abraham Childers married a second time but that wife's name is not currently known.1 Abraham Childers III recorded a deed in 1702 in Curles Neck Plantation, Henrico, Virginia, America. Abraham Childers III received 100 acres of land from his grandfather Henry Pew in 1702 and was given any undevised land in Henry Pew's will. This land was on Four Mile Creek and Myery Branch. At March Court 1723 a deed from Abraham Childers, Jr., to Philemon Childers, dated 6 Jan. 1723, was acknowledged and Elizabeth, Abraham's wife relinquished her right of dower.2 He and Henry Pew Jr recorded a deed on 1 December 1702 in Henrico, Virginia, America. A deed of gift to his "well beloved grandson, Abraham Childers, Junior (III)" of 100 acres bounded by Henry's land, Four Mile Creek, and Myery Branch.1 Abraham Childers III was an heir in the will of Henry Pew Jr on 5 May 1709; To grandsons: Abraham Childers, Jr; Daniel Price, John Childers & Joseph Adkins. Granddaughter Jane Childers to have a 3 foot sealskin trunk. To his daughters, Jane Price & Anne Adkins. Grandson Abraham Childers to be executor.1 Abraham Childers III and John Childers recorded a deed on 4 September 1727 in Curles Neck Plantation, Henrico, Virginia, America. John Childers to Abraham Childers, for 1400 lbs tobacco, land on north side of James river near Four Mile Creek, 100 acres, bounded by John Price and Joseph Atkins; being land devised to said John Childers by will of Henry Pew, dec'd.
Wit: Richard Deane, John Davis
Signed: John Childers.2 Abraham Childers III recorded a deed in 1731 in Henrico, Virginia, America.2 He recorded a deed in 1736 in Henrico, Virginia, America. Abraham of Henrico Co. to James Gwoin, land bounded by Robert Moseby and Upper Brook.2 Circa 1741 in Henrico, Virginia, America, Abraham Childers III married Lucy Thomas.1 Abraham Childers III died in 1763 Virginia, America. Will of Abraham (Elizabeth Cannon, Lucy (Thomas) Nevil) - Abraham and Henry, sons of Abraham deceased, deed land to John and Robert Pleasants to pay the debt of their father; land given to them by their father's will. Frederick, son of Abraham deceased, deeds land to John and Robert Pleasants to pay debt of his father.

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.
  2. [S433] John Childers to Abraham Childers III, Henrico Co., Va., Wills & Deeds 1725-37.

Joseph Loomis1

b. 28 November 1682, d. 19 March 1682/83
     Joseph Loomis was born on 28 November 1682 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America.1 He was the son of Joseph Loomis and Lydia Drake.1 Joseph Loomis died on 19 March 1682/83 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America.1

Citations

  1. [S328] Elias Loomis, Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America, and his antecedents in the Old world.

Abigail Pease

b. circa 1683, d. 4 November 1712
     Abigail Pease was born circa 1683 in New London, New London, Connecticut, America. On Friday, 8 January 1700 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Abigail Pease married Nathan Howard, son of Thomas Howard and Ruth Jones.1 Her married name was Abigail Howard (Pease). Abigail Pease died on 4 November 1712 in New London, Connecticut, America.

Citations

  1. [S317] L. N. Parker, History and genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Captain Israel Jones.

Henry Childers

b. circa 1683, d. 1727
     Henry Childers was born circa 1683 in Henrico, Virginia, America. He was the son of Abraham Childers II and Anne Pew. Circa 1704 in Henrico, Virginia, America, Henry Childers married Lucretia Jones.1 Henry Childers died in 1727 Virginia, America.

Children of Henry Childers and Lucretia Jones

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.

Rachel Richards

b. 6 May 1683
     Rachel Richards was baptized on 6 May 1683 in Farmington, Connecticut, America.1,2 She was the daughter of Obadiah Richards and Esther (?) Rachel Richards was an heir in the will of Obadiah Richards on 17 May 1701 in Waterbury, Connecticut, America.2

Citations

  1. [S324] Church Records of Farmington in Connecticut.
  2. [S337] Henry Bronson, History of Waterbury CT.

James Stevenson

b. 26 June 1683, d. between 1758 and 1766
     James Stevenson was baptized on 26 June 1683 in Congregational Church, in Suffield, Massachusetts, America. He was born on 26 June 1683 in Suffield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America. He was the son of James Stevenson and Mary Denslow. James Stevenson recorded a deed on 21 January 1720/21 in West Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 On Saturday, 28 December 1726 in Suffield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, James Stevenson married Elizabeth Nelson. James Stevenson died between 1758 and 1766 in Westfield, Massachusetts, America.

Citations

  1. [S315] New England Historic Genealogical Society, Early Settlers of West Springfield, Massachusetts.

Thomas Bissell1

b. 3 December 1683, d. 11 June 1771
     Thomas Bissell was born on 3 December 1683 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America.1 On Sunday, 16 February 1709/10 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Thomas Bissell married Martha Loomis, age 19, daughter of Joseph Loomis and Lydia Drake.1 Thomas Bissell died on 11 June 1771 in Wapping, Connecticut, America at age 87.1

Citations

  1. [S328] Elias Loomis, Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America, and his antecedents in the Old world.

Robert Childers

b. circa 1684
     Robert Childers was born circa 1684 in Henrico, Virginia, America. He was the son of Abraham Childers II and Anne Pew. Circa 1705 in Henrico, Virginia, America, Robert Childers married Catherine (?).1

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.

Thomas Goolsby II

b. 1684, d. before March 1748
     Thomas Goolsby II was born in 1684 in James City, Virginia, America. He was the son of Thomas Goolsby and Frances (?) In 1707 in James City, Virginia, America, Thomas Goolsby II married Tabitha Turentine, daughter of William Turrenton. In 1721 Thomas Goolsby II lived.1 He died before March 1748 Virginia, America.

Child of Thomas Goolsby II and Tabitha Turentine

Citations

  1. [S354] Early Settlers of Albemarle and Amherst VA, Alexander Brown, Swem Library, College of William and Mary Special CollectionsWilliamsburg, Virginia.

Martha Warner

b. 4 January 1684
     Martha Warner was born on 4 January 1684 in Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, America. In 1710 in Waterbury, in New Haven, Connecticut, America, Martha Warner married John Andruss, son of Abraham Andruss and Rebecca Carrington. Her married name was Martha Andruss (Warner).

Sarah Andruss

b. 16 March 1683/84, d. 6 March 1773
     Sarah Andruss was born on 16 March 1683/84 in Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Andruss and Rebecca Carrington. On Saturday, 7 April 1703 in Waterbury, in New Haven, Connecticut, America, Sarah Andruss married Joseph Lewis, son of Joseph Lewis.2 Her married name was Sarah Lewis (Andruss). On Thursday, 14 May 1750 in Waterbury, in New Haven, Connecticut, America, Sarah Andruss married Isaac Bronson. Her married name was Sarah Bronson (Andruss). Sarah Andruss died on 6 March 1773 in Waterbury, Connecticut, America at age 88.1

Child of Sarah Andruss and Joseph Lewis

Citations

  1. [S337] Henry Bronson, History of Waterbury CT.
  2. [S225] Lucius A. and Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour: Connecticut vital records prior to 1850.

Ebenezer Jones

b. 17 April 1684, d. 1758
     Ebenezer Jones was born on 17 April 1684 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of Benjamin Jones and Elizabeth Wildes. On Sunday, 22 May 1712 in Enfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Ebenezer Jones married Priscilla Smith.2 Circa 1726 in Enfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Ebenezer Jones married Elizabeth Gary. Ebenezer Jones died in 1758 in Somers, Connecticut, America.

Citations

  1. [S180] Topsfield, Massachusetts : Topsfield Historical Society, Vital records of Gloucester, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849.
  2. [S317] L. N. Parker, History and genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Captain Israel Jones.

Joseph Loomis1

b. 8 October 1684
     Joseph Loomis was born on 8 October 1684 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America.1 He was the son of Joseph Loomis and Lydia Drake.1 Joseph Loomis was an heir in the will of Joseph Loomis on 5 October 1739 in Windsor, Connecticut, America.2

Citations

  1. [S328] Elias Loomis, Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America, and his antecedents in the Old world.
  2. [S240] John Warner, Early Connecticut Probate Records.

Mary Baker

b. circa 1685
     Mary Baker was born circa 1685 in New Kent, Virginia, America. On Friday, 6 January 1708 in St. Peter's Parish, in New Kent, Virginia, America, Mary Baker married Henry Turner, son of (?) Turner. Her married name was Mary Turner (Baker).

Child of Mary Baker and Henry Turner

Elizabeth Sclint

b. circa 1685
     Elizabeth Sclint was born circa 1685. Circa 1700 Luxemburg, Elizabeth Sclint married John Ernsdorff. Her married name was Elizabeth Ernsdorff (Sclint).

Child of Elizabeth Sclint and John Ernsdorff

Isaac Osborn

b. circa 1685
     Isaac Osborn was born circa 1685. On Sunday, 8 September 1715 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Isaac Osborn married Elizabeth Jones, age 30, daughter of Benjamin Jones and Elizabeth Wildes.1

Citations

  1. [S317] L. N. Parker, History and genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Captain Israel Jones.

Grace Lindall

b. circa 1685
     Grace Lindall was born circa 1685. Circa 1700 in Waterbury, in New Haven, Connecticut, America, Grace Lindall married Ralph Keeler. Her married name was Grace Keeler (Lindall).

Child of Grace Lindall and Ralph Keeler

Elizabeth (?)

b. circa 1685
     Elizabeth (?) was born circa 1685. Circa 1700 in Cloger, in Tyrone, Northern Ireland, Elizabeth (?) married Thomas Ramsey. Her married name was Elizabeth Ramsey (--).

Children of Elizabeth (?) and Thomas Ramsey

Rebecca Bell

b. circa 1685
     Rebecca Bell was born circa 1685 in Lancaster, Virginia, America. She was the daughter of Henry Bell and Rebecca (?)

Hannah Stephens

b. circa 1685
     Hannah Stephens was born circa 1685 in Middleton, Essex, Massachusetts, America. On Sunday, 5 November 1702, Hannah Stephens married Abraham Andruss, age 22, son of Abraham Andruss and Rebecca Carrington. Her married name was Hannah Andruss (Stephens).

Elizabeth Cannon

b. circa 1685, d. circa 1740
     Elizabeth Cannon was born circa 1685. Circa 1700 in Henrico, Virginia, America, Elizabeth Cannon married Abraham Childers III, son of Abraham Childers II and Anne Pew. Abraham Childers married a second time but that wife's name is not currently known.1 Her married name was Elizabeth Childers (Cannon). Elizabeth Cannon died circa 1740 Virginia, America. Abraham Childers married a second time but that wife's name is not currently known.

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.

Lucretia Jones

b. circa 1685
     Lucretia Jones was born circa 1685. Her married name was Lucretia Childers (Jones). Circa 1704 in Henrico, Virginia, America, Lucretia Jones married Henry Childers, son of Abraham Childers II and Anne Pew.1

Children of Lucretia Jones and Henry Childers

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.

John Smith

b. circa 1685
     John Smith was born circa 1685. Circa 1710 in Henrico, Virginia, America, John Smith married Jane Childers, daughter of Abraham Childers II and Anne Pew.1

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.

Catherine (?)

b. circa 1685
     Catherine (?) was born circa 1685. Circa 1705 in Henrico, Virginia, America, Catherine (?) married Robert Childers, son of Abraham Childers II and Anne Pew.1 Her married name was Catherine Childers (--).

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.

Thomas Turner

b. circa 1685, d. after 19 February 1757
     Thomas Turner was born circa 1685. He was the son of (?) Turner.
Thomas Turner acquired large land holdings, something he could readily do in his knowledgeable position as Clerk, and later Gentleman Justice for the county court. His property bordering on Gengoteague Creek was subsequently enlarged to be what is now known as "Woodlawn Estate." Thomas Turner made a will on 19 February 1757. "Gives to his son-in-law Edward Dixon two lots in Port Royal (Caroline County), and property on the Mattaponi River (2818 acres) also 368 acres on a branch of Deep Run, also a tract of land (1025 acres) in Fairfax County to be divided among the children of Edward Dixon.... A legacy to granddaughter, Sally Turner; gives his niece Ann Wren and her two children fifty pounds currency; states that whereas his deceased son Harry Turner, in his will directed that his [Harry's] son Thomas should have the best education to be gotten in Virginia, the testator now states that all of his grandsons should have the same at the expense of his estate, and by the same tutor and that no expense should be regarded in giving them a finished education. He orders that all his grandsons and his niece Ann Wrenn's son John, should be placed together: "the house on the top of the hill near where Anne Marshall lives" to be finished and furnished for them, and four negroes selected to wait on them.... Further in the will is mention of his recovery of 50 pounds money from Capt James Garnett for a tract of land in Essex County belonging to my niece Ann Wren and, being agreed with me, said money to be invested in Negroes and same settled on her children.
Turner directs his executors to make up any difference there may be so all the children of Ann Wren can have a negro slave. He died after 19 February 1757 Virginia, America.

Nicolas Lentz

b. circa 1685
     Nicolas Lentz was born circa 1685 in Blaschette, Lorentzweiler, Mersch, Luxemburg. Circa 1711 in Blaschette, in Lorentzweiler, Mersch, Luxemburg, Nicolas Lentz married Anne Fohlen.

Children of Nicolas Lentz and Anne Fohlen

Jean Vieric Neuens

b. circa 1685
     Jean Vieric Neuens was born circa 1685 in Luxemburg. Circa 1714 Luxemburg, Jean Vieric Neuens married Marguerite (?).

Child of Jean Vieric Neuens and Marguerite (?)