Jane (?)

b. circa 1610, d. March 1641
     Jane (?) was born circa 1610 in Devon, South West, England. Circa 1631 in Devon, South West, England, Jane (?) married Nicholas Lobdell. Her married name was Jane Lobdell (--). Jane (?) died in March 1641 in Hingham, Massachusetts, America.

Children of Jane (?) and Nicholas Lobdell

Thomas Richards

b. 1610, d. before February 1639/40
     Thomas Richards was born in 1610 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, West Midlands, England. Circa 1630 in Bewdley, in Worcestershire, West Midlands, England, Thomas Richards married Priscilla Wakeman. Thomas Richards was found on the passenger list of the Ship Hopewell on 17 February 1634 departing from London, Middlesex, London, England, to Barbados. Captain THO. WOOD; Thomas Richards Age 19. In 1639 Thomas Richards lived in Hartford, Connecticut, America; a proprietor “by the town’s courtesie”.1 He died before February 1639/40 in Hartford, Connecticut, America. He died before Feb. 1639–40; when the distribution was made to “ye widow Richards, ye late wife of Thomas Richards, deceased.”.1

Children of Thomas Richards and Priscilla Wakeman

Citations

  1. [S238] Mary Kingsbury Talcott, The Original Proprietors of Hartford, CT.

John Stephenson

b. 3 November 1611, d. 1659
     John Stephenson was baptized on 3 November 1611 in St. Andrew's, in Newcastle Upon Tyne, North East, England. Between 1642 and 1659 John Stephenson was employed as a shoemaker. He was one of four sealers of leather on March 18, 1647. On Friday, 5 December 1642 in Boston, in Bristol, Massachusetts, America, John Stephenson married Sarah (?). They were married by Governor John Endicott. On 5 January 1646 John Stephenson lived in Boston, Massachusetts, America. Land purchased from Richard Parker. Built the house and sold it Oct 22, 1646 to Abraham Page. This house is later occupied by Benjamin Franklin's family and the site of Ben Franklin's birth.1 On 22 August 1649 John Stephenson purchased a houselot on Elm Street, Boston from James Everill. He died in 1659 in Boston, Massachusetts, America.

Children of John Stephenson and Sarah (?)

Citations

  1. [S326] Anonymous, Memorial History of Boston.

Nicolas Weydert

b. circa 1612, d. 14 February 1684
     Nicolas Weydert was born circa 1612 in Larochette, Mersch, Luxemburg. He was the son of Bernard Weydert. Circa 1635 in Larochette, Mersch, Luxemburg, Nicolas Weydert married Elizabeth (?). Nicolas Weydert died on 14 February 1684 in Ferme Weydert, in Larochette, Mersch, Luxemburg.

Child of Nicolas Weydert and Elizabeth (?)

Thomas Catlin

b. 1612, d. 1690
     Thomas Catlin was born in 1612. After March 1676 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Thomas Catlin married Mary (?). Thomas Catlin died in 1690 in Windsor, Connecticut, America.

Nicolas Clap

b. 1612, d. 24 November 1679
     Nicolas Clap was born in 1612 in England. In 1636 in Dorchester, in Suffolk, Massachusetts, America, Nicolas Clap married Sarah Clap.1 In 1666 in Dorchester, in Suffolk, Massachusetts, America, Nicolas Clap married Abigail (?).1 Nicolas Clap died on 24 November 1679 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, America.2

Child of Nicolas Clap and Abigail (?)

Citations

  1. [S423] Ebenezer Clap, Nicolas Clap and his Descendants.
  2. [S424] William S Appleton, A report of the Record Commissioners of the city of Boston : containing Dorchester births, marriages, and deaths to the end of 1825.

Nicholas Olmstead

b. 15 February 1612, d. 31 August 1684
     Nicholas Olmstead was born on 15 February 1612 in Fairstead, Essex, East, England.1 On Friday, 28 September 1640 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Nicholas Olmstead married Sarah Loomis, daughter of Joseph Loomis and Mary White.2 Nicholas Olmstead died on 31 August 1684 in Windsor, Connecticut, America at age 72.3

Citations

  1. [S419] Donald Lines Jacobus, History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield.
  2. [S328] Elias Loomis, Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America, and his antecedents in the Old world.
  3. [S704] Elias Loomis, The descendants (by the female branches) of Joseph Loomis.

Joseph Taintor

b. circa 1613, d. 1690
     Joseph Taintor was born circa 1613 in Upton-Gray, Hampshire, South, England.1 He was the son of Charles Taintor. Joseph Taintor was found on the passenger list of the Ship The Confidence on 24 April 1638 departing Taintor, Joseph 25, Guy servant (From Uptown Gray, Hampshire, bound for Watertown. Ref: Pope. 36 pg 63) from Southampton, Hampshire, South, England, to Boston. In 1639 Joseph Taintor lived in Sudbury, Massachusetts, America.1 Circa 1643 in Watertown, in Middlesex, Massachusetts, America, Joseph Taintor married Mary Guy?.2 On 18 December 1677 Joseph Taintor and Jonathan Taintor lived in Watertown, Massachusetts, America; Oath of fidelity.3 Joseph Taintor died in 1690 in Watertown, Massachusetts, America.4

Child of Joseph Taintor and Mary Guy?

Citations

  1. [S358] George Walter Chamberlain, Grantees and Settlers of Sudbury, Mass.
  2. [S335] Charles M. Taintor, The genealogy and history of the Taintor family.
  3. [S357] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III.
  4. [S420] Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700.

Abraham Childers

b. 30 November 1613, d. 15 October 1679
     Abraham Childers was born on 30 November 1613 in Leeds, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire and Humber, England. In 1643 in Henrico, Virginia, America, Abraham Childers married Anne Howard, daughter of John Howard. Abraham Childers recorded a deed in 1656 in Curles Neck Plantation, Henrico, Virginia, America. CURLES, HENRICO COUNTY, VIRGINIA 1656
Be it known to all men by these presents that I WILLIAM HARRIS of Curles in the County of Henrico doe for divers good causes and considerations me therereunto moving, as alsoe for & in consideration of one bill to be truly and honestly payed according to the tenons there of freely and clearly and absolutely, bargan sell & have by these presents clearly freely and absolutely bargained & sold unto ABRA CHILDRES of Curles in the County aforesaid the parcell of land he now lives on beginning at a pine tree a little above the houses of the said CHILDRES and standing by the river on the lower side of Morgans landing, and soe running downe the River to the swamp at the old garden and thence into Morgans along the maine side to the nutt trees & from thence along the side of the swampe & meadow side to an oake tree as one goes into the meadow close by the carte path from thence on a straight line into the pastuure to a parcell of oakes and standing in the Ridge above the place called the 18 lengths of bords & from thence to the former on a straight line; To have & to hold the aforsaid land to him the aforesaid CHILDRES his heirs & assignes forever without any lett hinderance trouble or molestation of the said HARRIS by heirs & assignes forever of any of us, either by mine or thers assent consent or procurement, And I doe bind me & my assignes to make a surrender hereof in Courte as Wittness by my hand and seale this 28th,of February 1656.
Signed Sealed & delivered WILLIAM HARRIS (red wax)
in presence of
JOHN EPES
THO. LIGGON.1,2 On 2 June 1679 Abraham Childers and John Howard are listed in "An account of ye several fortye Tythables" in Curles Neck Plantation, Henrico, Virginia, America.3 Abraham Childers died on 15 October 1679 Virginia, America at age 65.

Child of Abraham Childers and Anne Howard

Citations

  1. [S427] , ABRAHAM CHILDERS WILL
    HENRICO COUNTY, VIRGINIA
    DECEMBER 1698
    Henrico June ye 5 1698
    At a Court held at Varina for the county of Henrico June the first 1698
    by his Majesties Justices of the Peace for the said County in the Year of
    the reign of our Sovereign Lord William the third by and the Grace of God
    of England Scotland ffrance and Ireland King Defender of the Faith______.
    In the name of God amen I ABRAHAM CHILDERS of the County of Henrico James River planter doth this Sixth day of December 1693 make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following viz
    first I bequeath my soul to allmighty God who gave me the Same hoping through the mercy and meditation of my ever Blessed Savior and Redemer Jesus Christ to have full pardon and Remission of all my sins and to have eternall life and perfect joy and felicity with him in his Ever lasting Kingdome; and my body I Bequeath to the Earth from whince it was taken to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executor hereafter nominated and as for my worldy goods and Estate which it has pleased allmighty God to bestow upon me in this Life I give and bequeath in a manner an forme following.
    ITEM I give and Bequueath unto my Son ABRAHAM CHILDERS one shilling.
    ITEM I give and Bequeath unto my Son HENRY CHILDERS one feather bed and furniture thereunto belonging and one frying pan and one Iron pott and one gun.
    ITEM I give and bequeath to my dear and loving wife ANNE all my goods and chattells whatsoever which I now have and may have together with all horses mares cattle and hoggs.
    ITEM I give and bequeath also to my wife ANNE one half of my land where I now live together with all houses buildings orchards and clear grounds thereuto belonging lying on the East side of the first Branch between one and four mile Creek during her natural life and after her decease my will is that my Son PHILEMON CHILDERS enjoy the same of his Children and their Childrens Children forever, as they shall be of Minority of years or priority of Birth and in case my Son PHILEMON should dye without issue my wish is that my Son JOHN Enjoy the Same in like manner as afore said.
    ITEM I give and bequeath unto my son HENRY CHILDERS the other half of my land which lyeth on the West side of the first Branch between me and four mile Creek with the orchard and cleared ground now upon it where he cometh to the age one and twenty years old. Then to have and to hold the same to him and hi Children and their Childrens Children for ever and in case of my Son HENRY dies without issue my will is that my Son ROBERT CHILDERS enjoy the Same in like manner as my Son HENRY was to doe. I do make ordaine and Constitute my loving wife ANN to be my whole & sole Executerix for the performing of this my last will and testament which I publish and declare to be my last; utterly Revoking all former will & testaments Whatsoever Either written or verball as
    Witnessed my hand and seal the day and year first above written.
    ( sealed with )
    Sealed Signed & ABAHAM CHILDERS (black tar )
    published in the presence of us (& pitch )
    signed Henrico County June the 1st 1698
    RICHARD R F FRANKLIN proved in open court by the oath
    sign of ABBIGAIL WAIKEFIELD one of the
    ABIGAIL T WAKEFIELD suscribed wittness.
    EDWIN NEWCOMBRY Test JAMES COCKE Cl Cur

    Henco County August 1st 1698
    This will was farther proved by
    the oath of RICHARD FFRANKLIN
    another of the Subscribed witnesses
    Test JAMES COCKE Cl Cur
    probated All the probates and administration was returned to our Secretary's office in Aprill Generale Court Anno Domini 1698 was Entered in page 96.
    Test JAMES COCKE C Cur.
  2. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.
  3. [S434] William Clayton Torrence, Henrico County, Virginia: Beginnings of Its Families.

Ursula (?)

b. circa 1615, d. 1 March 1670
     Ursula (?) was born circa 1615. Circa 1630 England, Ursula (?) married Richard North. Her married name was Ursula North (--). Ursula (?) died on 1 March 1670 in Salisbury, Massachusetts, America.1

Citations

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

Joseph Long

b. circa 1615, d. 22 May 1651
     Joseph Long was born circa 1615 in Dorchester, Dorset, South West, England. He was found on the passenger list of the Ship Peter Bonadventure between 26 March 1635 and 4 April 1635 departing from London, Middlesex, London, England, to Barbados. Circa 1640 in Dorchester, in Suffolk, Massachusetts, America, Joseph Long married Mary Lane, daughter of William Lane. Joseph Long died on 22 May 1651 in Dorchester, South West, England. Court granted Mary Lane Long the right to remarry as her husband, Joseph disappeared while on a trip to England.

Children of Joseph Long and Mary Lane

William Adams

b. circa 1615, d. 1653
     William Adams was born circa 1615. Circa 1646 in Farmington, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, William Adams married Elizabeth (?).1 William Adams died in 1653 in Farmington, Connecticut, America.1

Citations

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

Joseph Loomis

b. circa 1615, d. 26 June 1687
     Joseph Loomis was born circa 1615 in Braintree, Essex, East, England.1 He was the son of Joseph Loomis and Mary White. On Monday, 17 September 1646 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Joseph Loomis married Sarah Hill, age 25, daughter of William Hill and Sarah Jourdaine.1,2 On Saturday, 28 June 1659 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Joseph Loomis married Mary Sherwood.1,3 Joseph Loomis died on 26 June 1687 in Windsor, Connecticut, America.

Children of Joseph Loomis and Sarah Hill

Children of Joseph Loomis and Mary Sherwood

Citations

  1. [S328] Elias Loomis, Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America, and his antecedents in the Old world.
  2. [S357] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III.
  3. [S703] Various, Genealogies of Connecticut Families from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register In Three Volumes.

Mary Levett

b. circa 1615
     Mary Levett was born circa 1615. Circa 1633 in First Congregational Church in Hartford, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Mary Levett married John White, son of Robert White and Bridget Allgar.1 Her married name was Mary White (Levett).

Citations

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

Martha (?)

b. circa 1615, d. 6 May 1662
     Martha (?) was born circa 1615. Circa 1630, Martha (?) married William Howard. Her married name was Martha Howard (--). Martha (?) died on 6 May 1662 in Malden, Massachusetts, America.

James Rogers

b. circa 1615, d. 1687
     James Rogers was born circa 1615 in England. He was found on the passenger list of the Ship Increase in April 1635 departing from London, Middlesex, London, England, to Massachusetts Bay. He was in military service in 1637 in Saybrook, Connecticut, America. Under Capt. John Underhill took part in the Pequot War.1 In 1639 in Stratford, in Fairfield, Connecticut, America, James Rogers married Elizabeth Rowland, daughter of Samuel Rowland.1 On 15 December 1645 James Rogers received a town lot in Milford, Connecticut, America. He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action on 30 May 1655 in New London, New London, Connecticut, America. Alleged to have produced deficient bread and flour, blamed the miller.2 He was employed as a biscuitbaker, and then a miller, leased the town mill from Gov. Winthrop. in 1660 in New London, Connecticut, America. From 1653 onwards he was a successful merchant and importer of spirits among other things. He owned substantial tracts on the Mystic River.1 In 1664 James Rogers was the largest propery owner in New London, New London, Connecticut, America.1
Converted his parents and siblings to the Rogerenes, the religious sect he founded. They were constantly persecuted and fined for their failure to adhere to the Congregational religion.1 He made a will on 11 September 1683 in New London, New London, Connecticut, America.1 He died in 1687 in New London, Connecticut, America. On 5 February 1687 James Rogers's will was inventoried in New London, New London, Connecticut, America.1

Children of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland

Citations

  1. [S334] James Swift Rogers, James Rogers of New London, Ct. and his descendants.
  2. [S357] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III.

Thomas Upson

b. circa 1615, d. 19 July 1655
     Thomas Upson was born circa 1615 in England. In 1638 Thomas Upson lived in Hartford, Connecticut, America; an early resident of Hartford with property "courtesie of the town."1 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action on 1 August 1639 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, America. Fined for unseasonable and immoderate drinking.1 In 1640 Thomas Upson lived in Farmington, Connecticut, America; an original proprietor.1 On Tuesday, 23 January 1646 in Farmington, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Thomas Upson married Elizabeth Fuller.1 Thomas Upson died on 19 July 1655 in Waterbury, Connecticut, America.1 He's will was inventoried on 6 September 1655 in Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1

Child of Thomas Upson and Elizabeth Fuller

Citations

  1. [S339] Communicated by Daniel Goodwin and Copied by the late Hon. Nathaniel Goodwin of Hartford, Records of Farmington in Connecticut.

Elizabeth (?)

b. circa 1615
     Elizabeth (?) was born circa 1615 in Larochette, Larochette, Mersch, Luxemburg. Circa 1635 in Larochette, Mersch, Luxemburg, Elizabeth (?) married Nicolas Weydert, son of Bernard Weydert. Her married name was Elizabeth Weydert (--).

Child of Elizabeth (?) and Nicolas Weydert

John Warner

b. 1615, d. 1679
     John Warner was born in 1615 in England. He was found on the passenger list of the Ship Increase in April 1635 departing from London, Middlesex, London, England, to the Massachusetts Bay Colony.1 Circa 1636 in Hartford, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, John Warner married Margaret (?).2 On 28 February 1636 John Warner lived in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, America. He is listed among the 106 townsmen of Watertown, along with Symon Stone, Simone Eire, and Joseph Mosse, all fellow passengers of the Increase. In the summer of 1636 40 inhabitants of Cambridge and area are granted permission to found Hartford, among them Simon Eire, Isack More, and John Warner. He was in military service between 1637 and 1638 in Hartford, Connecticut, America. Served in the Pequot War and was given land "courtesie of the town" in compensation for his service.1 3 parcels of land in Hartford, including a house "Lot 64" on the north side of Little River, near what is now Main Street, are recorded as belonging to John Warner.1
"JOHN WARNER and Nathaniel Kellogg went to Tunxis, now Farmington, in 1645." [Stuart's Hartford in Olden Time, p. 204]. John Warner is upon the list of the 84 Original Proprietors of Farmington, and his estate there, as increased in accordance with the original act of division, was £97, in the second distribution. [Historical Address by Noah Porter, p. 1840]. In the list of names on Town Records of those who received soldiers' grants in said field (which Joseph Wadsworth explains as the "Soldiers' Field, where were lots granted to ye Pequoitt soldiers only, and that for their good service in said War") were John Purchase, Rev. Samuel Stone, John Warner, William Cornwall. [Stuart's Hartford, p. 116, 117]. "John Warner and the wife of John North were joined to the church, March 15, 1656." (0. C. R.) John Warner, Sr., died 1679. Two generations of Warner pedigree, previous to 1612, are given in Wm. Paver's "County Visitations of Yorkshire." [N.E. Hist. and Gen. Rep., Vol. XI, p. 269].3 John buys land in Farmington from Reinhold Marvyn. John takes covenant at Farmington church, his daughter Sarah baptized that day. In October 1671 The General Court grants John Warner and Thomas Barnes of Farmington 50 acres of land each for their services as Pequot soldiers. Some time later, John gave his 50 acres to his son-in-law, William Higginson. In 1672 John Warner and John Warner lived in Waterbury, Connecticut, America; on the list of original proprietors although John Senior died before moving here.4 John Warner made a will on 14 March 1678/79 in Farmington, Connecticut, America.5 He died in 1679 in Farmington, Connecticut, America.1,6

Children of John Warner and Margaret (?)

Citations

  1. [S238] Mary Kingsbury Talcott, The Original Proprietors of Hartford, CT.
  2. [S420] Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700, before 1649.
  3. [S299] Elizabeth Todd Nash, Fifty Puritan Ancestors.
  4. [S337] Henry Bronson, History of Waterbury CT.
  5. [S240] John Warner, Early Connecticut Probate Records.
  6. [S241] Historical Catalogue of the First Church of Hartford, CT. 1633-1885.

Sarah Clap

b. 1616, d. before 1666
     Sarah Clap was born in 1616 in England. In 1636 in Dorchester, in Suffolk, Massachusetts, America, Sarah Clap married Nicolas Clap.1 Sarah Clap died before 1666 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, America.

Citations

  1. [S423] Ebenezer Clap, Nicolas Clap and his Descendants.

Mary North

b. circa 1617, d. 4 February 1681/82
     Mary North was born circa 1617 in Ramsey, Hampshire, South, England. She was the daughter of Richard North. Circa 1638 in Salisbury, in Essex, Massachusetts, America, Mary North married Thomas Jones. Her married name was Mary Jones (North). Mary North was an heir in the will of Richard North in 1649 in Salem, Massachusetts, America. Circa 1672 in Gloucester, in Essex, Massachusetts, America, Mary North married Nathanial Wensley. Her married name was Mary Wensley (North). Mary North made a will on 28 January 1681/82 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, America. She bequeathed to her three daughters one shilling each with the balance of her estate to her son, Benjamin.1 She died on 4 February 1681/82 in Gloucester, Massachusetts, America.1

Children of Mary North and Thomas Jones

Citations

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

Sarah Loomis

b. 1617
     Sarah Loomis was born in 1617 in Braintree, Essex, East, England.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Loomis and Mary White. On Friday, 28 September 1640 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Sarah Loomis married Nicholas Olmstead, age 28.1 Her married name was Sarah Olmstead (Loomis).

Citations

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

John Wilcox Jr

b. circa 1618
     John Wilcox Jr was born circa 1618. In 1639 John Wilcox Jr lived in Hartford, Connecticut, America; an original proprietor, Hartford, 1639; his home–lot was on what is now the West Park. He was chosen surveyor of highways, 1643, 1644; townsman, 1650.1 Circa 1640 Connecticut, America, John Wilcox Jr married Sarah Wadsworth. After 1659 in First Congregational Church in Hartford, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, John Wilcox Jr married Mary Lane, daughter of William Lane.

Child of John Wilcox Jr and Sarah Wadsworth

Citations

  1. [S238] Mary Kingsbury Talcott, The Original Proprietors of Hartford, CT.

Mary Guy?

b. circa 1619
     Mary Guy? was born circa 1619. Circa 1643 in Watertown, in Middlesex, Massachusetts, America, Mary Guy? married Joseph Taintor, son of Charles Taintor.1 Her married name was Mary Taintor (Guy?)

Child of Mary Guy? and Joseph Taintor

Citations

  1. [S335] Charles M. Taintor, The genealogy and history of the Taintor family.

Margaret (?)

b. circa 1619, d. after 1679
     Margaret (?) was born circa 1619 in England. Circa 1636 in Hartford, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Margaret (?) married John Warner.1 Her married name was Margaret Warner (--). Margaret (?) died after 1679 in Farmington, Connecticut, America.

Children of Margaret (?) and John Warner

Citations

  1. [S420] Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700, before 1649.

Elizabeth Loomis

b. 1619
     Elizabeth Loomis was born in 1619 in Braintree, Essex, East, England.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Loomis and Mary White.

Citations

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

William Bradley

b. 1619, d. 1691
     William Bradley was born in 1619 in England. On Saturday, 18 February 1645 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, William Bradley married Alice Pritchard, daughter of Roger Pritchard and Frances (?).1 William Bradley died in 1691 in New Haven, Connecticut, America.2

Citations

  1. [S612] Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Connecticut.
  2. [S613] Richard Tomlinson, "Surnames of Early Connecticut Settlers."

John Rusco

b. circa 1620
     John Rusco was born circa 1620. On Monday, 2 January 1651 in First Congregational Church in Hartford, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, John Rusco married Rebecca Beebe, age 20, daughter of John Beebe and Rebecca Ladd.1

Citations

  1. [S310] Clarence Beebe, John Beebe of Broughton, a record of genealogical descent.

Joseph Farnsworth

b. circa 1620, d. circa 1660
     Joseph Farnsworth was born circa 1620. After 1651 in First Congregational Church in Hartford, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Joseph Farnsworth married Mary Lane, daughter of William Lane. Joseph Farnsworth made a will on 2 January 1659 in Hartford, Connecticut, America. He died circa 1660.

Nathanial Wensley

b. circa 1620
     Nathanial Wensley was born circa 1620. Circa 1672 in Gloucester, in Essex, Massachusetts, America, Nathanial Wensley married Mary North, daughter of Richard North.