William Keeney

b. 1601, d. 1675
     William Keeney was born in 1601 in Leichestershire, England. He was the son of John Keeney. Circa 1620, William Keeney married Agnes Duckett. Before 1640 William Keeney lived in Gloucester, Massachusetts, America.1 Circa 1650 William Keeney was employed as master of a barque, the Hopewell, probably engaged in the sugar and molasses trade between New London and Barbados in New London, Connecticut, America.1 He died in 1675 in New London, Connecticut, America.1

Children of William Keeney and Agnes Duckett

Citations

  1. [S333] Louise Beebe Wilder, Lucius Beebe of Wakefield and Sylenda Morris Beebe, his wife : their forbears and descendants.

Thomas Beebe

b. 1601
     Thomas Beebe was born in 1601 in Broughton, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England. He was the son of John Beebe and Alice Stratton.

Samuel Hubbard

b. 1601, d. 1689
     Samuel Hubbard was born in 1601 in England.1 He immigrated in 1633 to Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, America.1 On Friday, 4 January 1636 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Samuel Hubbard married Tacy Cooper. By Rev. Ludlow.1 Samuel Hubbard and Tacy Cooper were (an unknown value.) Samuel Hubbard died in 1689 in Westerly, Rhode Island, America.1

Child of Samuel Hubbard and Tacy Cooper

Citations

  1. [S336] Carl C. Burdick, Burdick Family: From whence we came : a genealogy.

Anne Savell

b. 26 April 1601, d. 5 September 1693
     Anne Savell was baptized on 26 April 1601 in Saffron Walden, East, England.1 On Friday, 25 April 1625 England, Anne Savell married Samuel Bass.2 Her married name was Anne Bass (Savell). Anne Savell died on 5 September 1693 in Braintree, Massachusetts, America at age 92.1

Child of Anne Savell and Samuel Bass

Citations

  1. [S357] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III.
  2. [S420] Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700.

James Beebe

b. 1602, d. 24 June 1671
     James Beebe was born in 1602 in Broughton, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England. He was the son of John Beebe and Alice Stratton. James Beebe died on 24 June 1671 in Broughton, East Midlands, England.

Nicholas George

b. circa 1603, d. before 20 May 1661
     Nicholas George was born circa 1603 in Essex, East, England. He was the son of William George. On Monday, 1 November 1621 in Northampton, Virginia, America, Nicholas George married Margaret Saward. Nicholas George died before 20 May 1661 Virginia, America.

Child of Nicholas George

John Carrington

b. 1603, d. 6 March 1651
     John Carrington was born in 1603 in England. John came to America with wife, Mary, on the "Susan & Ellen" which sailed May 1635. They were listed as 33 yrs old. No residence nor destination was recorded. They arrived at Boston and later settled in Wethersfield. Circa 1640, John Carrington married Joanne (?). John Carrington recorded a deed on 8 March 1646/47 in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, America. Recorded his lot in Wethersfield, CT. 2 1/2 acres - was originally Ed. Vere's lot.1 "John Carrington, thou art indited by the name of John Carrington of Wethersfield, carpenter, that not having the feare of God before thine eyes thou hast Interteined ffamiliarity with Sathan the great Enemye of God and mankind and by his helpe hast done works above the course of nature for wch both according to the Law of God and the Established Law of this Commonwealth thou deservest to dye.
The Jury findes this Inditem against John Carrington the 6th of March 1650/51".
Then follows the name of his wife Joane, and the same inditement in the same words, with the same finding by the same jury. On the jury: Thomas Judd, William Lewis, Stephen Heart and Mr. Tailcoat on 6 March 1651. He died on 6 March 1651 in Wethersfield, Connecticut, America. John Carrington and his wife Joanne were indicted as witches on February 20, 1651, Governor John Haynes and Edward Hopkins being present, with other magistrates at their trial; and they were found guilty on March 6, 1651 and hanged.2 Inventory of John Carrington's estate occurred in March 1652 in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, America. Inventory of John Carrington's estate.2

Children of John Carrington and Joanne (?)

Citations

  1. [S338] Henry R. Stiles, The History of Ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut.
  2. [S240] John Warner, Early Connecticut Probate Records.

Ann Beebe

b. 1603
     Ann Beebe was born in 1603 in Broughton, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England. She was the daughter of John Beebe and Alice Stratton.

Margery Beebe

b. 1604
     Margery Beebe was born in 1604 in Broughton, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England. She was the daughter of John Beebe and Alice Stratton.

Ulalia (?)

b. circa 1605, d. 19 August 1690
     Ulalia (?) was born circa 1605. Circa 1620 in Harberton, in Devon, South West, England, Ulalia (?) married Henry Burt.1 Her married name was Ulalia Burt (--). Ulalia (?) died on 19 August 1690 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America.1

Children of Ulalia (?) and Henry Burt

Citations

  1. [S331] Willard S. Allen, Longmeadow MA Families.

Nicholas Lobdell

b. circa 1605, d. after November 1648
     Nicholas Lobdell was born circa 1605 in Devon, South West, England. Circa 1631 in Devon, South West, England, Nicholas Lobdell married Jane (?). Nicholas Lobdell died after November 1648 in Hingham, Massachusetts, America.

Children of Nicholas Lobdell and Jane (?)

Mary Jourdaine

b. circa 1605
     Mary Jourdaine was born circa 1605. She was the daughter of Ignatius Jourdaine. Circa 1620, Mary Jourdaine married John Coggan. Her married name was Mary Coggan (Jourdaine).

Samuel Bass

b. circa 1605, d. 30 December 1694
     Samuel Bass was born circa 1605 in Saffron Walden, Essex, East, England.1 On Friday, 25 April 1625 England, Samuel Bass married Anne Savell, age 23.2 "Samuell Basse" admitted to Roxbury church as member #78, in a group of 1633 immigrants [ RChR 78]. His death record in 1694 tells us that he "had been a deacon of the church of Braintree for the space of above fifty years and the first deacon of that church."1 In his will, dated 11 May 1694 and proved 31 January 1694/5, Samuel Bass of Braintree bequeathed to son John Bass ten acres of salt marsh, a woodlot in the Captain's Plain, the malthouse and the orchard before it, half the well and half the kitchen, some lands in the Stony Field, a quarter of the upland in the farm, and any of the marsh in excess of thirty acres; to son Thomas Bass ten acres of salt marsh, a woodlot in the Captain's Field, and a quarter of the upland in the farm; to son Joseph Bass ten acres of salt marsh (valued at £100), the house he lives in and the orchard on the back side of it, the fresh meadow on the east end of it, a feather bed and the furniture and bedstead belonging to it (all of which is valued at £100), also the barn and two acres on which it stands, "two acres of land at the head of the home lot & one acre adjoining to the two acres which was John Dassitt's part of a five acre lot," half the kitchen and half the well, and seven acres in Stony Field (all of which is valued at £100), also a woodlot already set out to him in Captain's Plain (which, with the stock and movables already given to him, is valued at £100), also a quarter of the upland in the farm, and "what I have given my son Joseph Bass my will is that he shall not alienate or sell it away without the approbation of his two brothers & if he have children he may give it to them or if he have need to spend it he may for his own comfort & supply and if he marry a wife he may give her a hundred pounds of it and no more and the rest which I have not now disposed of he may give to any of his relations by blood as he shall see meet"; to Samuel Bass, carpenter, seven acres of pasture land in Stony Field, the salt meadows he already possesses, a quarter of the upland in the farm, half the woodlot given to son Joseph, and £60 out of the estate of son Joseph, and to Joseph Bass Junior £40 out of the estate of son Joseph, and to grandson Samuel Bass, cooper, £40 out of the estate of son Joseph Bass (all these to be if son Joseph has no children, if he doesn't spend the estate, and after the death of son Joseph); to daughter Mary Capen £40 and to daughter Sarah Penniman £20 out of the upland in the farm, and to these two daughters five cows; to John Bass Junior the malthouse (if he outlive his father), two acres of planting ground in Stony Field, four acres of pasture land in Stony Field, and half an acre where his barn stands; to granddaughters (except Sarah Biling) movable household goods, and Hannah Walsbey is to share with them; and to sons John Bass and Thomas Bass any uplands otherwise undisposed of, they to be executors [ SPR Case #2200, 13:538-41].1 Samuel Bass died on 30 December 1694 in Braintree, Massachusetts, America.1 The inventory of Samuel Bass, taken 3 January 1694/5, totalled £942 1s. 6d., of which £891 was real estate: house and orchard behind it, fresh meadow at the end of it with kitchen and well, £96; malthouse and utensils for malt and orchard before the malthouse, his part of kitchen and well, £70; barn and two acres of land part of which it standeth on and two acres at the head of it and one acre bought of John Dassett and seven acres in the Slough Field, £100; sixty acres of upland in Captain's Plain, £90; thirty acres of salt marsh, £300; six acres of land lying in the Stony Field, £18; twenty acres of land at the farm at the fourscore acres, £80; twentyone acres of land at the Great Island at the farm, £60; eighteen acres of land at the ox pasture in the farm, £45; eleven acres of land in three parcels at the farm, £22; and eight acres of swamp, £10 [ SPR Case #2200, 13:541].

Child of Samuel Bass and Anne Savell

Citations

  1. [S357] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III.
  2. [S420] Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700.

Margaret Saward

b. 1605
     Margaret Saward was born in 1605. On Monday, 1 November 1621 in Northampton, Virginia, America, Margaret Saward married Nicholas George, son of William George. Her married name was Margaret George (Saward).

Elizabeth Beebe

b. 1605
     Elizabeth Beebe was born in 1605 in Broughton, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England. She was the daughter of John Beebe and Alice Stratton.

William Beebe

b. 1606
     William Beebe was born in 1606 in Broughton, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England. He was the son of John Beebe and Alice Stratton.

William Howard

b. 1608, d. after 1678
     William Howard was born in 1608. Age 52 in 1660; 56 in 1665; 57 in 1666.1 Circa 1630, William Howard married Martha (?). In 1649 William Howard lived in Ipswich, Massachusetts, America.1 He recorded a deed on 18 March 1649 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, America. William Payne sells property which formerly belonged to William Howard. He recorded a deed in 1654 in Hampton, Essex, Massachusetts, America. Rev. Stephen Bachiler (a contentious and controversial early minister) sold his farm to William Howard and Thomas Ward, who in turn sold it to ye town.1 He died after 1678 in Ipswich, Massachusetts, America. On 18 February 1678 William Howard lived in Ipswich, Massachusetts, America; a list of persons having right of commonage.

Children of William Howard

Citations

  1. [S329] New England Historic Genealogical Society, Early Settlers of Essex and Old Norfolk.

Edward Elmer

b. between 1608 and 1613, d. June 1676
     Edward Elmer was born between 1608 and 1613 in England. He was found on the passenger list of the Ship Lyon departing from England on 14 September 1632. He was a member of the party which came to Cambridge under Rev. Mr. Hooker. Richard Elmore and his wife, with children Richard and Edward.1 He was in military service in 1637/38 in Hartford, Connecticut, America. Connecticut soldier in the Pequoit War.2 In 1639 Edward Elmer lived in Hartford, Connecticut, America; one of the founders.3,2 Circa 1644 in First Congregational Church in Hartford, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Edward Elmer married Mary (?).4 Edward Elmer died killed by Indians during King Phillip's War in June 1676 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America. His will was probated on 6 June 1676 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America.

Children of Edward Elmer and Mary (?)

Citations

  1. [S402] Edward Elmer, Lyon passenger list, 1632.
  2. [S238] Mary Kingsbury Talcott, The Original Proprietors of Hartford, CT.
  3. [S321] William Holcomb Webster, History and genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Connecticut.
  4. [S420] Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700.

John Andruss

b. circa 1609, d. before 15 February 1681
     John Andruss was also known as John Andrews. He was born circa 1609 in England. Circa 1642, John Andruss married Mary (?). John Andruss made a will on 14 January 1681 in Waterbury, Connecticut, America. "I John Andrews being grown aged, and many weaknesses attending of me from time to time, and now at this present it peaseth the most high to visit me with more than ordinary weakness, yet through the good band of God upon me, I have at this present the perfect use of my understanding, now I do think it meet to se that little at a stay, as I am able that God hath given me; all my lawful debts being discharged, I dispose of my estate as followeth:

Item. I give and bequeath unto my dear and loving wife Mary Andrews, the new end of my dwelling house and the seller under, for her use and comfort as long as it shall plese God to continue her natural life; I do also give her the use of half my orchard, the fruit of it as long as she liveth; moreover I do give and bequeath unto my dear and loving wife, my feather bed, with all the furniture belonging to it, and when it shall please God to end her natural life my mind is that she shall have liberty to dispose of it to whom she please.

Item. I do give unto my son Benjamin Anderews, my whole house and barn and home lot, after my loving wife's decease. My mind is that my son Benjamin shll possess after my decease half my house and my home lot and barn wholly for his to possess, as also the household stuff, reserving that liberty that my wife shall use that she shall need.

Item. I give to my son Benjamin my meadow lot, excepting two acres at the lower end of it, as also two cows to my son Benjamin, and one to my loving wife, yet moreover I give to my son Benjamin Andrews, my splayed mare, and my crown mare, and my two youngest working bullocks, and my cart, and plow, and plow-irons, harrow, plow-chains, horse chains, half a timbe chain, and all my stackling that belongs to my teame, an my will is that my son Benjamin shall have these things above mentioned upon that condition, that he maintayne his dear mother comfortably, so long as her natural life coninueth, and if it so fall out that my loving wife doth want a comfortable subsistence my will is that she shall have power to sell so much of my meadow land as she shall need to obtain a comfortable livelyhood.

Item. Igive to my son John Andrews one of my ol bullocks, my long fowling piece, and my lot, adjoining of land that abutteth upon Hartford bounds.

Item. Igive to my son Abraham Andrews myh onld mare and her sucking cold, and my 20 acre lot in the great swamp adjoingin his own lot.

Item. I give my son Daniel Andrews tow acres of my medow land at the lower end, beginning at the dividing line between john Stanley, jun., and myselfe, running from the river westward, to the digech eastward, and my mind is that he shall maintain the common fence that belongs to two acres, and I give him my upland lot that belongs to my twenty acre swamp lot, and my two year old horse coalte, and also I give to my son Daniel Andrews tow swine that are one year old.

Item. I give to my son Joseph Anrews my other old bullock, also I give to him my upland lot containing 40 acres, that lyeth near the Middleton path.

Item. I give to my son Benjamin all the divisions of upland that belong to me, that are not yet laid out, moreover, I leave the rest ofmy swine, and my corn I leave to discharge my debts in my son Benjamin's hands, as also he shall pay some small legacies

Item. I give to my grand-child, Thomas Barnes, twenty shillings.
Item. I give to my grand-child, John Andrews, one pound.
Item. I give to my grand-child, Abraham Andrews, one pound.
Item. I give to my grand-child, Danile Andrews, one pound.
Item. I give to my grand-child, Ezekiel Buck, one pound.

Respecting my grand-child, Joseph Andrews, my son John Andrews son, if he sees meet to lt him continue with my wife and my son Benjamin till he is one and twenty years, he shall have fifteen pounds, and two suits of apparel. If he sees cause to take him away before he is of that age, I do give him nothing, and he shall pay nothing for the time I have kept him.

Item. I give to my daughter, Mry Barnes, my black heifer, that is two years old.
Item. I give to my daughter, Hannah Richards, two yearlings.
Item. I give to my daugher, Rachel Buck, my two year old red heifer.

My will is that my son Benjamin Andrews shall be my whole and sole executor, and I desire my loving friends, Capt. John Stanley, and Isack Moore, to be the overseeing of my will with my son Daniel Andrews.

Upon second consideration of my will, considering the contents thereof, and my just debts being considered, I find them more than I expected, make this my whole and sole testament, and determined will, that ll the cattle excepting such as are mentioned, and given by will to my loving wife and Benjamin, shall bbe set at liberty for the discharging my just debts with the swine and the corn as before expres, all just debts being discharge, my will is the legacies shall have what remains ofmy cattle, except those given to my loving wife and my son Benjamin, by that proportion as is specified in my will to them. Furthermore I give to my executor that liberty to pay the legacies to my grand-children within six or seven years.
Robert Porter) Wit. this 14th Jan 1681. Signed and sealed: John Anddrews.
Wm. Lewis, sen.) He died before 15 February 1681 in Waterbury, Connecticut, America.1 On 15 February 1681 John Andruss's will was inventoried in Waterbury, Connecticut, America.

Child of John Andruss and Mary (?)

Citations

  1. [S337] Henry Bronson, History of Waterbury CT.

Francis Bushnell

b. 1609, d. 9 December 1681
     Francis Bushnell was born in 1609 in England. Circa 1630 England, Francis Bushnell married Mary Grombridge. Francis Bushnell died on 9 December 1681 in Saybrook, Connecticut, America.

Child of Francis Bushnell and Mary Grombridge

Thomas Cogan

b. circa 1610, d. 4 March 1653/54
     Thomas Cogan was born circa 1610. In 1641 in Taunton, in Bristol, Massachusetts, America, Thomas Cogan married Joanna (?).1 Thomas Cogan died on 4 March 1653/54 in Taunton, Massachusetts, America.1

Children of Thomas Cogan and Joanna (?)

Citations

  1. [S319] New England Historic Genealogical Society, Early Cogans English and American.

Rebecca Ladd

b. circa 1610, d. May 1650
     Rebecca Ladd was born circa 1610 in Broughton, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England. In 1627 in Broughton, in Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England, Rebecca Ladd married John Beebe, son of John Beebe and Alice Stratton.1 Her married name was Rebecca Beebe (Ladd). Rebecca Ladd sailed to the New World in May 1650 along with Thomas Beebe, James Beebe, Hannah Beebe, Nathaniel Beebe and Mary Beebe; from England.2 Rebecca Ladd died in May 1650. She died on board the ship.2

Children of Rebecca Ladd and John Beebe

Citations

  1. [S310] Clarence Beebe, John Beebe of Broughton, a record of genealogical descent.
  2. [S308] Adah Beebe Seger, Beebe, Beebee, Beeby.

Thomas Barber

b. circa 1610
     Thomas Barber was born circa 1610. On Sunday, 7 October 1640 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Thomas Barber married Jane (?).

Children of Thomas Barber and Jane (?)

William Hickocks

b. circa 1610, d. after 1645
     William Hickocks was born circa 1610. Circa 1640, William Hickocks married Elizabeth (?). William Hickocks died after 1645 in Farmington, Connecticut, America.1

Child of William Hickocks and Elizabeth (?)

Citations

  1. [S323] Charles Nelson Hickok, The Hickok genealogy : descendants of William Hickoks of Farmington, Connecticut : with ancestry of Charles Nelson Hickok.

Frances (?)

b. circa 1610, d. before 18 December 1653
     Frances (?) was born circa 1610. Circa 1625 Wales, Frances (?) married Roger Pritchard. Her married name was Frances Pritchard (--). Frances (?) died before 18 December 1653 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America.1

Children of Frances (?) and Roger Pritchard

Citations

  1. [S612] Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Connecticut.

Thomas Andruss

b. circa 1610, d. 1662
     Thomas Andruss was born circa 1610. He died in 1662 in Bankside, Connecticut, America.1

Child of Thomas Andruss

Citations

  1. [S337] Henry Bronson, History of Waterbury CT.

Priscilla Wakeman

b. circa 1610, d. before 12 June 1671
     Priscilla Wakeman was born circa 1610 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, West Midlands, England. Sister of Samuel Wakeman.1 Circa 1630 in Bewdley, in Worcestershire, West Midlands, England, Priscilla Wakeman married Thomas Richards. Her married name was Priscilla Richards (Wakeman). She witnessed an unknown person 's death in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, America, before February 1639/40.2 Priscilla Wakeman died before 12 June 1671 in Farmington, Connecticut, America.3 On 21 June 1671 Priscilla Wakeman's will was inventoried. Richards, Widow. Invt. £24-08-00. Taken 12 June, 1671, by Richard Butler, George Grave Jr. On the 13th of June, 1671, The Estate of Widow Richards was Dist: To John Richards, to Mary Peck of Milford, to Thomas Richards, & to Obadiah Richards. We whose names are
underwritten do jointly agree to this Dist, as also we have attended the Will of the Deceased herein as far as we understand it
John Richards,
Mary X Peck,
Thomas Richards.3

Children of Priscilla Wakeman and Thomas Richards

Citations

  1. [S357] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III.
  2. [S238] Mary Kingsbury Talcott, The Original Proprietors of Hartford, CT.
  3. [S240] John Warner, Early Connecticut Probate Records.

Elizabeth Jourdaine

b. circa 1610
     Elizabeth Jourdaine was born circa 1610. She was the daughter of Ignatius Jourdaine. Circa 1625, Elizabeth Jourdaine married Nathaniel Duncan. Her married name was Elizabeth Duncan (Jourdaine).

Elizabeth Deming

b. circa 1610, d. between 16 August 1682 and 3 September 1683
     Elizabeth Deming was born circa 1610. Her married name was Elizabeth Foote (Deming). Circa 1646 in Wethersfield, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Elizabeth Deming married Governor Thomas Welles. Her married name was Elizabeth Welles (Deming). Elizabeth Deming died between 16 August 1682 and 3 September 1683 in Wethersfield, Connecticut, America.

Mary Grombridge

b. circa 1610
     Mary Grombridge was born circa 1610 in England. Circa 1630 England, Mary Grombridge married Francis Bushnell. Her married name was Mary Bushnell (Grombridge).

Child of Mary Grombridge and Francis Bushnell