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Ancestors of Stephanie Marie Susan ANDRUS

Generation One

1. Stephanie Marie Susan1 ANDRUS (Howard Richard, #2); born 6 Dec 1984 at Frederick, Frederick, MD.1

She Weight at birth 7 pounds, four ounces. She lived in 1998 at Kailua, Honolulu, Hawai`i.

Generation Two

2. Howard Richard2 ANDRUS (Richard Joseph, #4); born 12 Sep 1953 at Emanuel Hospital, Portland, Multnomah, OR;2 married Elaine Loyce FERGASON (see #3), daughter of Edward Lawerence FERGASON and Ruth Jane SONDERMAN, 17 Mar 1979 at Portland, Multnomah, OR;3 he and Elaine Loyce FERGASON were divorced 17 Mar 1992 at Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawai`i; married Alice DEMAPE, daughter of Apolonio Pointes DEMAPE and Esther Leinani HEW LEN, 22 Mar 1992 at Kailua, Honolulu, Hawai`i.4

He lived at Kailua, Honolulu, Hawai`i.

The two children of Howard Richard2 ANDRUS and Elaine Loyce FERGASON (see #3) are as follows:

3. Elaine Loyce2 FERGASON (Edward Lawerence, #6); born 1 Nov 1961 at Portland, Multnomah, OR; married Howard Richard ANDRUS (see #2), son of Richard Joseph ANDRUS and Susan Ingeborg SANDSTROM, 17 Mar 1979 at Portland, Multnomah, OR;6 she and Howard Richard ANDRUS were divorced 17 Mar 1992 at Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawai`i.

She lived in 1998 at Palm Springs, Riverside, CA.

Generation Three

4. Richard Joseph3 ANDRUS (Howard Elliott ANDREWS, #8); born 22 May 1913 at Tacoma, Pierce, WA;7 married Susan Ingeborg SANDSTROM (see #5), daughter of Richard Emanuel SANDSTROM and Hilma Maria JOHANSON, 27 Jul 1935 at Kelso, Cowlitz, WA;8 died 6 Jan 1989 at Portland, Multnomah, OR, at age 75; Oregon Death Index 1986-1990 Cert. # 89-00201.9,10

He Richard Joseph ANDRUS was a good bowler and participated in many leagues. He loved baseball and was a pitcher for the Portland, Oregon, Beavers baseball team in the 1930's. Richard had a great sense of humor. He built an airplane in 1956 and as of 1990 it was still flown in Tocoma, Washington by a flying club.

The three children of Richard Joseph3 ANDRUS and Susan Ingeborg SANDSTROM (see #5) are as follows:

5. Susan Ingeborg3 SANDSTROM (Richard Emanuel, #10); born 21 Oct 1917 at Portland, Multnomah, OR; married Richard Joseph ANDRUS (see #4), son of Howard Elliott ANDREWS and Augusta Ida BOTTEMILLER, 27 Jul 1935 at Kelso, Cowlitz, WA;14 died 2 Aug 1982 at Clackamas, Clackamas, OR, at age 64; Oregon Death Index 1981-1985 Cert. # 82-12672.15,16

6. Edward Lawerence3 FERGASON; married Ruth Jane SONDERMAN (see #7) at Portland, Multnomah, OR; born 26 Feb 1928; died 9 Dec 1978 at Portland, Multnomah, OR, at age 50.

The only child of Edward Lawerence3 FERGASON and Ruth Jane SONDERMAN (see #7) is:

7. Ruth Jane3 SONDERMAN; married Edward Lawerence FERGASON (see #6) at Portland, Multnomah, OR; born 26 Jan 1932 at Kennewick, Benton, WA; Obituary; died 29 Oct 1996 at Beaverton, Washington, OR, at age 64; Obituary.

Generation Four

8. Howard Elliott4 ANDREWS (Wallace Roswell ANDRUS, #16); born 11 Jan 1868 at Brooklyn, Kings, NY; Certified, DC, #14, dtd 21 Jul 1993; married Augusta Ida BOTTEMILLER (see #9), daughter of Kasper BOTTEMILLER and Anna Marie MOHLMANN MURLMON, 23 Oct 1907 at Portland, Multnomah, OR; died 7 Feb 1931 at Hisson, Clark, WA, at age 63; Certified, DC, #14, dtd 21 Jul 1993;17 buried 10 Feb 1931 at Vancouver, Clark, WA; Park Hill Cemetery.

He According to Genealogical History of John and Mary Andrews, Who Settled in Farmington, Connecticut in 1640, Embracing their Descendants to 1872, by Alfred ANDREWS, (A. H. ANDREWS & Company, Chicago, Cook, IL, 1872), Howard was born as an ANDREWS and died (according to his death certificate) as an ANDRUS.

By trade, Howard was both a farmer and bookkeeper.

He was buried at Park Hill Cemetery at Vancouver, Clark, WA on 10 Feb 1931.

From the Vancouver Newspaper, Feb., 1931. Man Dies When Pinned to Earth By Burning Snag. Body, Partially Cremated, Found on Farm Near Lucia Falls Believed to have been struck down by a falling snag, Howard Elliott Andrus, 63, was either killed outright or burned to death on his 160-acre farm near Lucia Falls Saturday night. His remains were found early Sunday morning after a search that had lasted most of the night. Andrus had been burning brush and clearing land on a portion of his farm, relatives told officers who responded. He had been busy at this all of Saturday, and his only son, Richard, had returned to the spot that night after dinner to see how things were getting along. The son left about 8:30 to attend a dance, but Andrus said he would remain a while. When he had not returned at 11 p.m. his widow called neighbors to help hunt for him. Not until later was his body discovered, burned almost beyond recognition. The deceased man had been a bookkeeper in Tacoma, going from there to Yakima where he operated an orchard, and coming to the property where he met death, about a year and a half ago. He was in good health, it was said, and did not have any worries or troubles which might have caused him to take his life, so that his demise was regarded as accidental. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Augusta Andrus, by a son, Richard, by his mother, Mrs. Annis Meed, 91, all at home; by a sister, Mrs. Grace DeLeguna, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania; and by a brother, A. L. Andrus of Oswego, Oregon. The remains are at Limber's Mortuary, and the funeral has been set for 2 p.m. Tuesday, with interment at Park Hill Cemetery.18

The only child of Howard Elliott4 ANDREWS and Augusta Ida BOTTEMILLER (see #9) was:

9. Augusta Ida4 BOTTEMILLER (Kasper, #18); born 14 Jan 1882 at Bertha, Todd, MN; Bertha Birth Records, Book A, Line 32, Page 6; married Howard Elliott ANDREWS (see #8), son of Wallace Roswell ANDRUS and Annis MEAD, 23 Oct 1907 at Portland, Multnomah, OR; died 5 May 1961 at Portland, Multnomah, OR, at age 79; Oregon Death Index Reel #11 A-Z 1961-1965 Cert. # 6033 79-1.

She also went by the name of Gussie. She Information taken from her obituary in the Oregon Journal 8, May 1961 page 6, column 1 said. " ANDRUS- Augusta, 79 of 3228 S.E. 52nd Avenue, widow of the late Howard Andrus, died Friday. She was a resident of the Oak Grove area many years. She worked as a nurse and dietician and later was a telephone company employee. She belonged to St. Marks Lutheran Church. Survivors include a son Richard J. Andrus; sister , Mrs.. Lena Keller; brother Edward Bottemiller, and three grandchildren. Services were from Peake Memorial Chapel at 1 p.m.. Monday. Her death notice was printed in the Oregon Journal, 8 May, 1961 on page 6, column 1.

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10. Richard Emanuel4 SANDSTROM (Karl, #20); born 1 May 1887 at Sorfors, SWE; married Hilma Maria JOHANSON (see #11), daughter of Erik JOHANSON and Sofia Charlotta BRODIN, 26 Nov 1916 at Peach, WA; died 6 Jan 1941 at Portland, Multnomah, OR, at age 53; Oregonian index, dated 9 Jan 1941, p. 12.

He The following was taken from the OREGONIAN Newspaper 9 Jan, 1941 p. 12.

SANDSTROM-Jan, 7,

Richard Emanuel, late of 8317 S.E. 45th; husband of Hilma, son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Sandstrom: father of Ivar, Leon and Mrs. Richard Andrus: brother of Hanna, Edwin, Axel, Einar and Rudolph Sandstrom . Friends are invited to attend funeral services Monday, Jan. 13 at 2:30 P.M., in the Drawing Room Chapel of Hoffman & Lutz Colonial Mortuary, N.E. 14 and Sandy Blvd. Internment Riverview Cemetery.

The three children of Richard Emanuel4 SANDSTROM and Hilma Maria JOHANSON (see #11) all born at Portland, Multnomah, OR, were as follows:

11. Hilma Maria4 JOHANSON (Erik, #22); born 6 Apr 1894 at Myrback, SWE; Umea, Sweden area church records; married Richard Emanuel SANDSTROM (see #10), son of Karl SANDSTROM and Emma Agusta OLUND, 26 Nov 1916 at Peach, WA; died 19 Aug 1990 at Portland, Multnomah, OR, at age 96; Oregon Death Index 1989-1990 Cert. # 90-16492.

Generation Five

16. Wallace Roswell5 ANDRUS (George Rodney ANDREWS, #32); born 22 Aug 1843 at East Berlin, CT;20 married Annis MEAD (see #17), daughter of Marcus MEAD and Harriet STURGES, 26 Oct 1865 at Berlin, Camden, CT;21 buried 1921 at Portland Memorial, Portland, Multnomah, OR; died 24 Apr 1921 at Portland, Multnomah, OR, at age 77; Portland Death Index Reel #1 A-Z 1915-1924 Cert. # 2815.

He The following was gathered from CONNECTICUT STATE LIBRARY, Hartford Connecticut. From the book

RECORD OF SERVICE of CONNECTICUT MEN in the ARMY AND NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES DURING THE REBELLION, Hartford, CT.

Press of the Case, Lockwood and Brainard Company, 1889.

History of the Sixteenth Regiment C.V. Infantry. Written by Ltc. Blakeslee, late Second Lieutenant of Company G, Sixteenth Connecticut Volunteers.

The Sixteenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers was organized during the month of August, 1862, under the command of Colonel Frank Beach of the regular Army, was mustered into the United States service August 24th by Lieutenant Watson Webb, and left for Washington, Dc., August 29th, where it went into camp on Arlington Heights, near Fort Ward.

After a few days at Fort Ward, the regiment was hurried forward by forced marches, reaching the Army of the Potomac, and being brigaded upon the battle-field of Antietam, on the evening of the previous battle, with the Eighth and Eleventh Connecticut Regiments and the Fourth Rhode Island Volunteers, under General Edward Hartland, consisting the Second Brigade, Third Division, Ninth Corps, commanded by General Burnside. During the battle the regiment was kept under a heavy artillery fire at intervals during the day, until about 5:00 o'clock, when it was moved against the extreme right of the rebel infantry under General A. P. Hill, masked behind stonewalls and fences. As the regiment entered the faded cornfield it was met by a most terrific volley of musketry and the slaughter was appalling. Men fell by the score. That the regiment did nobly, is the verdict of all who witnessed its heroism on the battle-field. Its aggregate loss in killed, wounded, captured, and missing, equaled that of any other Connecticut regiment engaged.

The regiment sustained a creditable part in the battle of Fredericksburg under Burnside, meeting with but slight loss. Upon Burnside being relieved of the command of the Army of detached and ordered to Newport News, Va. After a pleasant stay of four or five weeks at this place, the regiment was ordered, with the rest of the Connecticut Brigade commanded by General Harland, to Suffolk, where it saw active service during the siege of the place by Longstreet, being twice hotly engaged, with considerable loss, at Edenton Road, April 24, 1863, and Providence Church Road, May 3rd. The regiment took five of the enemy prisoners.

On the 16th of June it moved to Portsmouth, and on the 22nd of that month was engaged in the expedition of General Dix up the Peninsula, to attempt, with other troops, to destroy communication between Lee's army and Richmond. The attempt proved fruitless, and was given up. The expedition is known to history as the "Blackberry Raid," and involved the most severe marching of any campaign in which the regiment had engaged. After the "Blackberry Raid," the regiment enjoyed several month of quiet in camp near Portsmouth, where the military standing of the regiment rose perceptibly. There was not a cleaner, prompter, more loyal, reliable, and honest regiment in the service. No brighter arms, no quicker evolutions, no greater perfection in drill were to be found anywhere. The dress parade every evening gathered a crowd of lookers on; the guards, if detailed to other points, attracted attention; and the name of the Sixteenth was a good name in every mans mouth.

On September 9th five companies were detailed to go to South Mills to do two weeks' picketing. This trip, although dangerous on account of the trouble guerillas gave, was much enjoyed by the men. The severe thunderstorms, the frightful noises of the dismal swamp in the night, the novel scenery, and many incidents and exciting times will never be forgotten by the members detailed. On the 21st of January, 1864, the regiment was ordered to Plymouth, N. C., arriving there at midnight of the 24th. While there the regiment made several raids into interior, breaking up rebel cavalry camps, capturing or burning large quantities of cotton and tobacco, besides taking a number of prisoners. March 3rd the regiment was ordered to Newbern, which was threatened with attack. Here the regiment went into barracks near the Neuse River, Company G going into Fort Stevenson, relieving a company of the Twenty-first Connecticut.

March 20th, the scare being over, the regiment returned to Plymouth, taking the steamer "Thomas Collyer." The vessel narrowly escaped shipwreck in a storm off Roanoke Island, the men being rescued, after much suffering from cold and hunger, by the steamer "General Berry."

On the 17th of April, Plymouth, garrisoned by 1,600 men under General H. W. Wessells of Connecticut, was attacked by an overwhelming force of the enemy under General R. D. Hoke, assisted by the iron-clad ram "Albermarle" in the Roanoke River. Until noon of the 20th a most desperate and stubborn fight ensued. The superior numbers of the Confederates gave them great advantages, and they soon invested the works so closely with swarming infantry that the town was compelled to surrender. The defense of Plymouth by its garrison of 1,600 men against a besieging force of 12,000 men, was one of the most stubbornly contested sieges of the war. Five times the enemy stormed the lines, and as many times were they handsomely repulsed, with great slaughter. The rebels raised the "black flag" against the negroes found in uniform, and mercilessly short them down. Fort Pillow was reenacted. The losses in the Sixteenth, including the captured, were four hundred and thirty-six.

The story of the preservation of the colors of the Sixteenth is now widely known. When every hope of escape was destroyed, the color-guard tore each flag from its staff, and strips torn into shreds were distributed among the members of the regiment, and concealed in various ways through the weary days of their imprisonment. In 1879 as many of these remnants as could be obtained from the survivors of the regiment were gathered and made up in the shape of a shield surmounted by an eagle, which has been sewn upon a white silk banner, trimmed with gold fringe, and bearing in letters of gold this inscription:

"Antietam, Fredericksburg,

Edenton Road, Siege of Suffolk

Nansemond, Plymouth.

The device on the flag is composed entirely of fragments of the old colors of the Sixteenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers. They were torn into shreds by the officers and men and concealed on their persons in order to save them from the enemy, at the battle of Plymouth, N. C., April 20, 1864, where, together with the whole Union force at the post, the regiment after three days' fight against overwhelming numbers was compelled to surrender. Many of the men bearing these relics were taken to Southern prisons, where under untold privations they still sacredly watched over and kept their trusts, subsequently returning to their native State."

The restored banner was deposited with the battle-flags of the State at the Capitol "Battle Flag Day," September 17, 1879.

For the greater part of a year the captured suffered confinement in prison pens of the South; one-half of them died in prison, preferring death to the dishonor of saving life by taking the oath of allegiance to the hated Confederacy. Company H, Captain Joseph H. Barnum, which escaped capture by being detached and sent to Roanoke Island for duty April 17, 1864, was re-enforced now and then by men who had previously been detached for special service, representing every company, or were absent, sick; also by a few who were exchanged or escaped from time to time; and this composed the Sixteenth Regiment in actual service.

During December the organization proceeded to Plymouth, and then on an expedition to Foster's Mills, about ten miles distant, destroying the mills and a large quantity of grain, and returning with various spoils. On another occasion the Sixteenth went to Hertford, where they captured large quantities of cotton, tobacco, finished carriages and buggies, several thousand feet of lumber, several mules, and forty contrabands. And again one bright night sixty men of the regiment proceeded by steamer up the Alligator River, capturing a barge and three small sail vessels containing 2,500 bushels of shelled corn, together with the outfit of fifteen men, with their mules and carts. The Sixteenth also made several unimportant raids to Columbia, Edenton, and the adjoining country, until March 4, 1865, when they were ordered to Newbern, N. C., where, the exchanged prisoners having joined them, they remained on provost duty. Quite a number of men who were returning to the regiment after captivity were on a steamer going down the Potomac River in the night, when the boat collided with the "Black Diamond." All the passengers jumped aboard the "Diamond," which went down, and the regiment lost several men. Some of the saved remained in the water three or four hours.

It fell to the lot of the Sixteenth to act as personal escort for General Grant on the occasion of his visit to General Sherman at Raleigh, while Sherman's forces were confronted by the Confederate army in North Carolina in April, 1865.

The regiment was mustered out of the service of the United States June 24, 1865. Name and Rank Residence Date of Date of Muster

Enlistment in this this

Organization Wallace R. Andrus Berlin 30 Jul 62 24 Aug 1862 1st Lieutenant He was first in Company G mustered as Private, Promoted to First Sergeant, 17 Sep, 1862, 2nd Lieutenant Company I, 4 Feb, 1863, 1st Lieutenant, May 22, 1863. He was captured 20 Apr, 1864 at Plymouth, North Carolina, Pardoned 10 Dec, 1864 and discharged May 15 1865. Page 639 of this document says this is appended as the actual dates of parole. His parole is 28 Feb, 1865.

Was captured and a prisoner at Andersonville Prison, Georgia, during the Civil War. This has not been proven but was stated by Richard J. Andrus.

From Andrews Memorial Wallace Roswell Andrews, eldest son of George Rodney, No. 1460, of Farmington, Southington, and East Berlin, CT., and his wife Hannah M., daughter of Roswell Cook, of Southington, born 20th August, 1843, at East Berlin; married 26th October, 1865, Annis Mead, of Greenwich, CT., where she was born, 29 July, 1839. They resided at Brooklyn NY., in 1869, where he was in merchandise. Their children. Howard Elliott, born 11th January, 1868, at Brooklyn, NY. Louis, born 7th November, 1869, at Berlin CT.; died 17th December, 1869. Albert Lester, born 2nd December, 1871, at Berlin, CT.

The four children of Wallace Roswell5 ANDRUS and Annis MEAD (see #17) were as follows:

17. Annis5 MEAD (Marcus, #34); born 29 Jul 1839 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT;27,28 married Wallace Roswell ANDRUS (see #16), son of George Rodney ANDREWS and Hannah Ames (M?) COOK, 26 Oct 1865 at Berlin, Camden, CT;29 buried 1933 at Portland Memorial, Portland, Multnomah, OR;30 died 23 Apr 1933 at Clackamas, Clackamas, OR, at age 93; Oregon Death Index Reel #5 1931-1941 Cert. #152.31

18. Kasper5 BOTTEMILLER (Herman Christopher BOTTEMOLLER, #36); born 23 Oct 1826 at Halle, Prussia; Records From Eldon Bottemiller. Author's Personal Files; born 13 Oct 1829 at Halle, Prussia; Cheryl Perish-Vital Statistics, History of Bertha, p. 179; married Catherine Charlotte DREWEL 25 Dec 1851 at St. Louis, Warren, MO; Records From Eldon Bottemiller. Author's Personal Files; married Anna Marie MOHLMANN MURLMON (see #19), daughter of Johann Friedrich MOEHLMANN and Cathrine BROEKER, 25 Feb 1856 at St. Louis, Warren, MO; Records From Eldon Bottemiller. Author's Personal Files; died 20 Apr 1899 at Portland, Multnomah, OR, at age 69.

He also went by the name of Henry. He Kasper Henry Bottemiller was born in Halle Prussia, 13 or 3, 1826 or 1829. He came to America when a small boy with his parents. He was the one small boy with 7 sisters in his family. Settled in Missouri where his father died. 1855 moved to Minnesota. He was married in 1851 at St. Louis, Missouri (this could not of been his marriage to grandma as she would of only been 11 years old. It must of been his first wife. She died leaving 2 small children one which later drowned and the one was August Bottemiller.)

Grandma and grandpa had 13-14-15 children beside uncle August. (John 0r Fred died while they lived in Santa Rosa California, before settling in Oregon.

August Bottemiller lived in Ridgefield, Washington.

Maria Louisa Bottemiller m Edward J Kohlhose 10 May 1877 Near Sleepy Eye, Brown Cty Mn.

The 14 children of Kasper5 BOTTEMILLER and Anna Marie MOHLMANN MURLMON (see #19) were as follows:

19. Anna Marie5 MOHLMANN MURLMON (Johann Friedrich MOEHLMANN, #38); born 7 Aug 1839 at Minden, Westfalen, DEU; married Kasper BOTTEMILLER (see #18), son of Herman Christopher BOTTEMOLLER and Marie Isabien Maria TODRANK, 25 Feb 1856 at St. Louis, Warren, MO; Records From Eldon Bottemiller. Author's Personal Files; died 31 Jan 1921 at Clackamas, Clackamas, OR, at age 81; Oregon Death Index Reel #4 1921-1930 Cert. #19.

She also went by the name of Mary.

20. Karl5 SANDSTROM; died; married Emma Agusta OLUND (see #21) at SWE.

The seven children of Karl5 SANDSTROM and Emma Agusta OLUND (see #21) were as follows:

21. Emma Agusta5 OLUND; born at SWE; died; married Karl SANDSTROM (see #20) at SWE.

22. Erik5 JOHANSON; buried at Egypt, Lincoln, WA; Grave stone, Egypt, WA; born 14 May 1852 at SWE; Grave stone, Egypt, WA; married Sofia Charlotta BRODIN (see #23), daughter of Anders Magnus BRODIN and Charlotta ERIKSDOTTER, circa 1875 at SWE; died 30 Oct 1941 at Portland, Multnomah, OR, at age 89; Grave stone, Egypt, WA.

He Burried in Egypt, Washington. 1910 Washington census says he came to America in 1904.

The 12 children of Erik5 JOHANSON and Sofia Charlotta BRODIN (see #23) were as follows:

23. Sofia Charlotta5 BRODIN (Anders Magnus, #46); buried at Egypt, Lincoln, WA; Grave stone, Egypt, WA; born 29 Mar 1863 at Umea, SWE; Grave stone, Egypt, WA; married Erik JOHANSON (see #22) circa 1875 at SWE; died 21 May 1921 at Portland, Multnomah, OR, at age 58; Grave stone, Egypt, WA.

Generation Six

32. George Rodney6 ANDREWS (Rodney, #64); died at Farmington, Hartford, CT; born 3 May 1821 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;33 married Hannah Ames (M?) COOK (see #33), daughter of Roswell COOK and Sally Wyllys CLARK, 17 Nov 1842 at Southington, Hartford, CT.34

He (an unknown value).35

The five children of George Rodney6 ANDREWS and Hannah Ames (M?) COOK (see #33) were as follows:

33. Hannah Ames (M?)6 COOK (Roswell, #66); died at Southington, Hartford, CT; born 6 Aug 1824 at Southington, Hartford, CT; Southington Vital Records Vol. LR4, p. 4; married George Rodney ANDREWS (see #32), son of Rodney ANDREWS and Lois TEAL, 17 Nov 1842 at Southington, Hartford, CT.41

34. Marcus6 MEAD (Silas, #68); born 29 Dec 1798;42 married Harriet STURGES (see #35) 15 Apr 1835 at East Orange, Essex, NJ;43 died 8 May 1863 at age 64.44

The four children of Marcus6 MEAD and Harriet STURGES (see #35) were as follows:

35. Harriet6 STURGES; born 8 Dec 1801;50 married Marcus MEAD (see #34), son of Silas MEAD Jr Pvt and Sarah MEAD, 15 Apr 1835 at East Orange, Essex, NJ;51 died 14 Nov 1890 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT, at age 88.52

36. Herman Christopher6 BOTTEMOLLER; born 1794 at DEU; Records From Eldon Bottemiller. Author's Personal Files; married Marie Isabien Maria TODRANK (see #37) 7 Jun 1817 at Evangenlisch, Brockhagen, Westfalen, Prussia; died 1 Feb 1852 at St. Louis, Warren, MO; Authors Personal Library.

The four children of Herman Christopher6 BOTTEMOLLER and Marie Isabien Maria TODRANK (see #37) were as follows:

37. Marie Isabien Maria6 TODRANK; born 1792 at Germany, Prussia; Records From Eldon Bottemiller. Author's Personal Files; married Herman Christopher BOTTEMOLLER (see #36) 7 Jun 1817 at Evangenlisch, Brockhagen, Westfalen, Prussia; died circa 1867 at St. Louis, Warren, MO; Authors Personal Library.

She also went by the name of Mary.

38. Johann Friedrich6 MOEHLMANN and Cathrine BROEKER were divorced; died; he and Cathrine BROEKER were engaged; born 12 Oct 1817 at Westfalen, Prussia; LDS Church Records, IGI; married Cathrine BROEKER (see #39) 29 Mar 1839 at Westfalen, Prussia.

The only child of Johann Friedrich6 MOEHLMANN and Cathrine BROEKER (see #39) was:

39. Cathrine6 BROEKER and Johann Friedrich MOEHLMANN were divorced; died; she and Johann Friedrich MOEHLMANN were engaged; born circa 1819 at Westfalen, Prussia; LDS Church Records, IGI; married Johann Friedrich MOEHLMANN (see #38) 29 Mar 1839 at Westfalen, Prussia.

46. Anders Magnus6 BRODIN (Hans, #92); born 15 Jan 1829 at Vasterbotten, SWE; Records from Virginia Brodin WRIGHT; married Charlotta ERIKSDOTTER (see #47) 19 Jun 1853 at Umea City, SWE; Records from Virginia Brodin WRIGHT; died 12 Apr 1918 at Lincoln, WA, at age 89; Records from Virginia Brodin WRIGHT.

The five children of Anders Magnus6 BRODIN and Charlotta ERIKSDOTTER (see #47) were as follows:

47. Charlotta6 ERIKSDOTTER; died; born 1826 at SWE; Records from Virginia Brodin WRIGHT; married Anders Magnus BRODIN (see #46), son of Hans BRODIN and Lena Sophia BURMAN, 19 Jun 1853 at Umea City, SWE; Records from Virginia Brodin WRIGHT.

Generation Seven

64. Rodney7 ANDREWS (Theodore, #128); born May 1784 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;53 married Lois TEAL (see #65), daughter of Joseph TEAL Pvt and Hannah PARSONS, 30 Nov 1809 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;54 died 14 Mar 1836 at Farmington, Hartford, CT, at age 51.55

He From the Andrews Memorial Book Rodney Andrews, third son of Theodore, the weaver, of Farmington, CT., and his wife, Susannah, daughter of Soloman Thompson, of Farmington, and Susannah Gridley, his wife, born May 1784, married 30th November, 1809, Lois, daughter of Joseph Teal, of Wallingford, and his wife Hannah Parsons, born 1st September, 1789, at Burlington. He was a farmer by occupation, and lived in the village of Farmington, where he died 14th March, 1836, aged 81 years, 10 months. She was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, in Southington, Ct.

The 10 children of Rodney7 ANDREWS and Lois TEAL (see #65) all born at Farmington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

65. Lois7 TEAL (Joseph, #130); born 1 Sep 1789;76 married Rodney ANDREWS (see #64), son of SGT Theodore ANDREWS and Susannah THOMPSON, 30 Nov 1809 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;77 died 31 Dec 1870 at Southington, Hartford, CT, at age 81.78

She Lois Teal was the daughter of Joseph Teal and his wife Hannah Parsons. Lois is buried at Oak Hill Cemetary, Southington, Ct.

66. Roswell7 COOK (Martin, #132); died; born 1787 at Southington, Hartford, CT;79 married Sally Wyllys CLARK (see #67) 7 Oct 1816 at Southington, Hartford, CT.80

The two children of Roswell7 COOK and Sally Wyllys CLARK (see #67) both born at Southington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

67. Sally Wyllys7 CLARK; died; born circa 1792;81 married Roswell COOK (see #66), son of Martin COOK and Lucinda WEBSTER, 7 Oct 1816 at Southington, Hartford, CT.82

68. Silas7 MEAD Jr Pvt (Silas, #136); born 7 Feb 1748 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Greenwich Vital Records Vol. 1, p. 71; married Sarah MEAD (see #69), daughter of Deliverance MEAD and Abigale HOWE, 10 Jun 1790 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Greenwich Vital Records Vol. 1, p. 146; died 8 Jun 1813 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT, at age 65.83

He Served as PVT in CPT Matthew Mead's company, 9th regiment, 4th brigade, Connecticut militia. He died in Greenwich, CT.

The five children of Silas7 MEAD Jr Pvt and Sarah MEAD (see #69) were as follows:

69. Sarah7 MEAD (Deliverance, #138); born 7 Nov 1761 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Greenwich Vital Records Vol. 1, p. 111; married Silas MEAD Jr Pvt (see #68), son of Silas MEAD Sr and Mary MEAD, 10 Jun 1790 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Greenwich Vital Records Vol. 1, p. 146; died 27 Sep 1812 at age 50.94

92. Hans7 BRODIN; married Lena Sophia BURMAN (see #93); born 26 Mar 1791 at SWE; Records from Virginia Brodin WRIGHT; died 11 Aug 1868 at Tavelsjo, SWE, at age 77; Records from Virginia Brodin WRIGHT.

The only child of Hans7 BRODIN and Lena Sophia BURMAN (see #93) was:

93. Lena Sophia7 BURMAN; died at SWE; married Hans BRODIN (see #92); born 1799 at SWE; Records from Virginia Brodin WRIGHT.

Generation Eight

128. SGT Theodore8 ANDREWS (David, #256); born 18 Sep 1751 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR8, p. 3; married Susannah THOMPSON (see #129), daughter of Solomon THOMPSON and Susannah GRIDLEY, 16 Feb 1774 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;95 died Sep 1823 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.96

He From Andrews Memorial Book. Theodore Andrews, eldest son of Lieutenant David, of Farmington, CT., and his second wife, Mary Miles, born 18th September, 1751. Having lost his father in the king's army, his mother was appointed his guardian, 1763, when he was twelve years old, but 14th March, 1767, he chose Joseph Porter, of Farmington, for his guardian, who put him to learn the weaver's trade, of Thomas Smith, of Farmington. He lived in the village of Farmington. Married Susannah Thompson, daughter of Soloman and his wife, Susannah Gridley, born 10th January, 1752, who died 19th February, 1825, in his 74th year; he died September, 1823, aged 72. He was in the revolutionary war, and drew a pension late in life. The both died at the house of their son, Frederick, opposite the Whitman Tavern, north end of Farmington.

His pension number is S37669.97

The seven children of SGT Theodore8 ANDREWS and Susannah THOMPSON (see #129) all born at Farmington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

129. Susannah8 THOMPSON (Solomon, #258); born 10 Jan 1752 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR8, p. 8; married SGT Theodore ANDREWS (see #128), son of David ANDREWS Lt and Mary MILES, 16 Feb 1774 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;102 died 19 Feb 1825 at age 73.

130. Joseph8 TEAL Pvt (Oliver, #260); married Hannah PARSONS (see #131), daughter of Joshua PARSONS and Abigail AGARD; born 29 Apr 1762 at Middletown, CT; DAR Patriot Index - Centennial Edition, p. 2897; died 12 Jan 1837 at NY at age 74; DAR Patriot Index - Centennial Edition, p. 2897.

The only child of Joseph8 TEAL Pvt and Hannah PARSONS (see #131) was:

131. Hannah8 PARSONS (Joshua, #262); died; married Joseph TEAL Pvt (see #130), son of Oliver TEAL 2nd and Joanna MIX; born 27 Jan 1763 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR11 p. 587.

132. Martin8 COOK (Nathaniel, #264); died; born 9 Aug 1767 at Southington, Hartford, CT;103 married Lucinda WEBSTER (see #133) circa 1787 at Southington, Hartford, CT.

The four children of Martin8 COOK and Lucinda WEBSTER (see #133) all born at Southington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

133. Lucinda8 WEBSTER; died; born circa 1770; married Martin COOK (see #132), son of Nathaniel COOK and Martha SCOTT, circa 1787 at Southington, Hartford, CT.

136. Silas8 MEAD Sr (Ebenezer, #272); born 21 May 1720 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Greenwich Vital Records Vol. 1, p. 60;108 married Mary MEAD (see #137), daughter of Benjamin MEAD and Sarah WATERBURY, 7 Aug 1745 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Greenwich Vital Records Vol. ER, p. 229; died 13 Oct 1817 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT, at age 97.109

The three children of Silas8 MEAD Sr and Mary MEAD (see #137) were as follows:

137. Mary8 MEAD (Benjamin, #274); born 1724 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT;114 married Silas MEAD Sr (see #136), son of Ebenezer MEAD Jr and Hannah BROWN, 7 Aug 1745 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Greenwich Vital Records Vol. ER, p. 229; died 6 Oct 1787.115

138. Deliverance8 MEAD (Ebenezer, #272); born 4 May 1728 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT;116 married Abigale HOWE (see #139), daughter of Isaac HOWE Cpt Jr and Keziah MEAD, 11 Jun 1758 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Fairfield Vital Records, ER, p. 226 and Vol 1, p. 111; died 3 May 1785 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT, at age 56.117

The three children of Deliverance8 MEAD and Abigale HOWE (see #139) were as follows:

139. Abigale8 HOWE (Isaac, #278); born 22 Feb 1738; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 570;125 married Deliverance MEAD (see #138), son of Ebenezer MEAD Jr and Hannah BROWN, 11 Jun 1758 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Fairfield Vital Records, ER, p. 226 and Vol 1, p. 111; died 28 Feb 1807 at age 69; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 570; died 28 Apr 1807 at age 69.126

Generation Nine

256. David9 ANDREWS Lt (John, #512); born 20 Jun 1723 at Southington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR4, p. 375; married Mary WILCOX 6 Sep 1744 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR7, p. 35; married Mary MILES (see #257), daughter of Daniel MILES and Elizabeth, 22 Dec 1749 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR7, p. 46; died 30 Nov 1762 at New York, New York, NY, at age 39; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR11, p. 593.

He From the Andrews Memorial Book

Lieutenant David Andrews, third son of John, (of Benjamin senior) pf Southington, CT, and his wife Elizabeth Orvice, born 20 June, 1723, married 6 September 1744, Mary Wilcox, who died 20 July 1745, when second, he married 22 December, 1749, Mary Miles.

He enlisted 15 March 1762, as a Lieutenant in Captain Patterson's company, of the first regiment raised for the expedition, Israel Putnam, General, and went under the king to Canada, against the French, and thence to the taking of Havana, where he took yellow fever, came to New York city, and after eight days of lingering, died there, 30 November 1762 in his fortieth year, so the war record. Administration granted to his widow, Mary Miles Andrews, 1763, and she was appointed guardian to Theodore, twelve years old, Brazillai, nine and Mary three. Mary Miles Andrews petitioned the General Court to pay the expense of his sickness and burial, and obtained L28 17s. 6d. The estate was represented insolvent, yet the inventory was L149 18s. 5d. November 26th 1764, Solomon Whitman, and Daniel Whitman, were commissioners on the estate, and 14 March 1767, Joseph Porter, of Farmington was made the guardian to Theodore.

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The four children of David9 ANDREWS Lt and Mary MILES (see #257) were as follows:

257. Mary9 MILES (Daniel, #514); died; born 8 Feb 1721 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Records of the town of Hartford, CT p. 333; married David ANDREWS Lt (see #256), son of John ANDREWS and Elizabeth ORVIS, 22 Dec 1749 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR7, p. 46.

258. Solomon9 THOMPSON (John, #516); died; born 11 Apr 1716 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR2, p. 96; married Susannah GRIDLEY (see #259), daughter of James GRIDLEY and Susanah SMITH, 26 Dec 1746 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR7, p. 35.

The only child of Solomon9 THOMPSON and Susannah GRIDLEY (see #259) was:

259. Susannah9 GRIDLEY (James, #518); born 25 Jul 1721 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR2, p. 102; married Solomon THOMPSON (see #258), son of John THOMPSON Sr and Ruth STEELE, 26 Dec 1746 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR7, p. 35; died 19 Jun 1761 at Farmington, Hartford, CT, at age 39; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR11, p. 574.

260. Oliver9 TEAL 2nd (Oliver TEALL, #520); died; married Joanna MIX (see #261), daughter of Daniel MIX Jr and Lydia AVERY; born 10 Feb 1724 at Woburn, MA; married Ruth HURD, daughter of John HEARD, 1747.

The only child of Oliver9 TEAL 2nd and Joanna MIX (see #261) was:

261. Joanna9 MIX (Daniel, #522); died; married Oliver TEAL 2nd (see #260), son of Oliver TEALL Sr and Prudence MAHEW; born 12 Nov 1727 at Wallingford, New Haven, CT; Wallingford Vital Records Vol. 5, p. 517; married Moses MERRIMAN circa 1752 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT, Vol. 5, by Jacobus p. 1174; married Jacob TEAL, son of Oliver TEALL Sr and Prudence MAHEW, 14 Mar 1761 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT.

262. Joshua9 PARSONS (Isaac, #524); died; born 23 Jul 1737 at Simsbury, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR6, p. 5; married Abigail AGARD (see #263), daughter of James AGARD and Elizabeth SQUIRE, 29 Apr 1762 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR11, p. 592.

The only child of Joshua9 PARSONS and Abigail AGARD (see #263) was:

263. Abigail9 AGARD (James, #526); died; born 7 Apr 1741 at Tolland, Mansfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN; married Joshua PARSONS (see #262), son of Isaac PARSONS and Hannah BARNES, 29 Apr 1762 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR11, p. 592.

264. Nathaniel9 COOK (Robert, #528); born 25 Sep 1735 at Southington, Hartford, CT;132 married Martha SCOTT (see #265), daughter of Samuel SCOTT Jr and Mary PYNCHON, 3 Mar 1754 at Hartford, Hartford, CT;133 died 27 Nov 1822 at age 87.

The six children of Nathaniel9 COOK and Martha SCOTT (see #265) were as follows:

265. Martha9 SCOTT (Samuel, #530); born 2 Jul 1735 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Mormon IGS, c1984; married Nathaniel COOK (see #264), son of Robert COOK Jr and Hannah HUNN, 3 Mar 1754 at Hartford, Hartford, CT;134 died 14 Jun 1819 at age 83.

272. Ebenezer9 MEAD Jr (Ebenezer, #544); born 25 Oct 1692 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT;135 married Hannah BROWN (see #273), daughter of Peter BROWN Sr and Martha DISBROW, 12 Dec 1717;136 died 3 May 1775 at age 82.137

The four children of Ebenezer9 MEAD Jr and Hannah BROWN (see #273) all born at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT, were as follows:

273. Hannah9 BROWN (Peter, #546); born 1691; married Ebenezer MEAD Jr (see #272), son of Ebenezer MEAD Sr and Sarah KNAPP, 12 Dec 1717;143 died 9 May 1746; LDS Church Records.

274. Benjamin9 MEAD (John, #548); born May 1666;144 born May 1677;145 married Sarah WATERBURY (see #275), daughter of Jonathan WATERBURY and Eunice, 10 May 1700 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT;146 married Rachel BROWN 27 Jun 1716 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Greenwich Land Records Vol. 1, p. 447;147 died 27 Feb 1746 at age 79.148

The two children of Benjamin9 MEAD and Sarah WATERBURY (see #275) were as follows:

275. Sarah9 WATERBURY (Jonathan, #550); died; born 15 Aug 1677 at CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 242; married Benjamin MEAD (see #274), son of John MEAD Sr and Hannah POTTER, 10 May 1700 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT.149

276. Ebenezer9 MEAD Jr (Ebenezer, #544); born 25 Oct 1692 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT;150 married Hannah BROWN (see #273), daughter of Peter BROWN Sr and Martha DISBROW, 12 Dec 1717;151 died 3 May 1775 at age 82.152

The four children of Ebenezer9 MEAD Jr and Hannah BROWN (see #273) all born at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT, were as follows:

277. Hannah9 BROWN (Peter, #546); born 1691; married Ebenezer MEAD Jr (see #272), son of Ebenezer MEAD Sr and Sarah KNAPP, 12 Dec 1717;158 died 9 May 1746; LDS Church Records.

278. Isaac9 HOWE Cpt Jr (Isaac, #556); born 9 Jan 1711; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 570;159 married Keziah MEAD (see #279), daughter of Benjamin MEAD and Sarah WATERBURY, 2 Feb 1736; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 570

Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 570;160 died 8 Oct 1779 at age 68; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 570.161

He Isaac HOWE, Captain, was a Revolutionary soldier. He married first 15 Aug. 1734, Abigail WEBB who died 30 Jul 1735. Captain HOWE married second, Keziah MEAD, daughter of Benjamin MEAD in Feb. 1736. Keziah MEAD was born 10 Feb. 1707 and died 19 Nov. 1808. They had seven children. (no. 123163 DAR).

The only child of Isaac9 HOWE Cpt Jr and Keziah MEAD (see #279) was:

279. Keziah9 MEAD (Benjamin, #274); born 10 Feb 1707; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 570;162 married Isaac HOWE Cpt Jr (see #278), son of Isaac HOWE Sr and Elizabeth WATERBURY, 2 Feb 1736; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 570

Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 570;163 died 19 Nov 1808 at age 101; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 570.164

Generation Ten

512. John10 ANDREWS (Benjamin, #1024); died;165 born 8 May 1685 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;166,167 baptized 9 Jan 1686 at CT;168 married Elizabeth ORVIS (see #513), daughter of Roger ORVIS and Mirryam HANNISON, 26 Apr 1716 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR2, p. 94.

He From the Andrews Memorial Book John Andrews, second son of Benjamin senior and his wife, Mary Smith, married 26th April, 1716, Elizabeth Orvice, daughter of Roger, born 1st October, 1693; lived in Southington; but not John who lived on or near the line between Farmington and Southington, alluded to in the act of General Court, 1728, in defining the limits of the new parish, for that was John of Abraham, son of Francis, of Fairfield, and went back to Waterbury, about 1726. She to church 30th March, 1729; he to church 4th May, 1729, at Southington.

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The 10 children of John10 ANDREWS and Elizabeth ORVIS (see #513) were as follows:

513. Elizabeth10 ORVIS (Roger, #1026); died; born 1 Oct 1693 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR2, p. 92;179 married John ANDREWS (see #512), son of Benjamin ANDREWS Sr and Mary SMITH, 26 Apr 1716 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR2, p. 94.

She was baptized in the LDS church on 30 Sep 1694; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 440.

514. Daniel10 MILES (John, #1028); died; born 30 Sep 1683 at CT; CD 100; married Elizabeth (see #515) circa 1717.

The three children of Daniel10 MILES and Elizabeth (see #515) all born at Hartford, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

515. Elizabeth10; born circa 1698; Records of the town of Hartford, CT p. 333; married Daniel MILES (see #514), son of Decon John MILES and Mary ALSOP, circa 1717; died 15 Sep 1750 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Families of Early Hartford CT by Barbour, p. 402.

516. John10 THOMPSON Sr; born circa 1699 at MA; CD 100; married Ruth STEELE (see #517) circa 1715 at CT; Early CT, Probate Records, Hartford District, vol. 3, p. 352; died 1741 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Early CT, Probate Records, Hartford District, vol. 3, p. 352.

The nine children of John10 THOMPSON Sr and Ruth STEELE (see #517) all born at Farmington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

517. Ruth10 STEELE; died; born at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Early CT, Probate Records, Hartford District, vol. 3, p. 352; married John THOMPSON Sr (see #516) circa 1715 at CT; Early CT, Probate Records, Hartford District, vol. 3, p. 352.

518. James10 GRIDLEY (Samuel, #1036); died; born 3 May 1691 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; CT. Nutmegger, Sep. 93, p. 215. Farmington Vital Records Vol LR2, p.101; married Susanah SMITH (see #519), daughter of Joseph SMITH and Joanna LOOMIS, 26 Nov 1719 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR2, p. 101.

The only child of James10 GRIDLEY and Susanah SMITH (see #519) was:

519. Susanah10 SMITH (Joseph, #1038); died; born 20 Apr 1698 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR1, p. 3; married James GRIDLEY (see #518), son of Samuel GRIDLEY and Esther THOMSON, 26 Nov 1719 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR2, p. 101.

520. Oliver10 TEALL Sr (William, #1040); died; born 19 Jul 1699; Malden Record of Births, p. 86; married Prudence MAHEW (see #521) 1723 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; First Families of America Vol. 7 p. 613.

He The following is from the TEALL Pamphlet mentioned in several genealogies, compiled and published by Edward McKinstry TEALL in 1889. He was born, 27 July 1839; died in Chicago, IL.,1912; is buried at Stockbridge, MA.

The founder of the TEALL family was Oliver TEALL who, with Prudence, his wife, came from England about 1723 and settled in New Haven, CT., where Oliver TEALL II, his son was born 10 Feb. 1724. Oliver TEALL, Jr. was educated and studied medicine and surgery and at the age of 23, married Ruth HURD, who was in her 20th year at the time. They settled in Killingsworth, CT, where, soon after, he entered the English Army as a surgeon and served through the French and Indian war. Being a member of the Church of England and an officer in the English Army, he naturally remained loyal to his king and served him during the Revolution. Five of his six sons, however, left home and parents, "being inspired with the Spirit of Liberty" and joined the Revolutionary Army, enlisting at Norwich and Killingsworth, CT, remaining throughout the war, except Titus who died of smallpox at Valley Forge in Washington's Army that memorable winter. Benjamin, the eldest son, having lost an eye in childhood, was the only son who did not enter the American Army. Lines were drawn very sharply in those crucial days and the father considered himself disgraced by his sons being rebels, and the sons felt that they were disgraced by their father being a Tory and an English Officer. At this late day we can hardly appreciate the very strained relations existing between father and sons, which must have been intense, as no record that they were ever reunited after the war has ever been found, or whether Surgeon TEALL died in this country or went to England when the British Army was withdrawn. The aged mother of Surgeon Oliver TEALL, Prudence, died at his home in Killingsworth, CT, 24 June 1780. Oliver TEALL moved from Dracet to Chelmsford in 1739. Another place says he moved to Lexington, MA, in 1725, and states he was doubtless the settler in New Haven said to have come from England, in a brief geneology of his descendants.

The five children of Oliver10 TEALL Sr and Prudence MAHEW (see #521) were as follows:

521. Prudence10 MAHEW; married Oliver TEALL Sr (see #520), son of William TEALL and Mary COGGEN, 1723 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; First Families of America Vol. 7 p. 613; died 24 Jun 1780 at Killingsworth, Middlesex, CT; First Families of America Vol. 7 p. 613.

522. Daniel10 MIX Jr (Daniel, #1044); died; born 1 Jun 1685 at Wallingford, New Haven, CT; Wallingford Vital Records Vol. 1, p. 50; married Lydia AVERY (see #523) 28 May 1712 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Hartford Times 4-2-49 Wallingford Vital Records, Vol. 2, p. 784.

The two children of Daniel10 MIX Jr and Lydia AVERY (see #523) were as follows:

523. Lydia10 AVERY; died; born circa 1691 at Wallingford, New Haven, CT; married Daniel MIX Jr (see #522), son of Daniel MIX Sr and Ruth ROCKWELL, 28 May 1712 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Hartford Times 4-2-49 Wallingford Vital Records, Vol. 2, p. 784.

She Families of Ancient New Haven, Ct., by Jacobus, p. 1789, Additions and Corrections says; Daniel Mix married Lydia Everest (not Avery), daughter of Benjamin of Guilford (proved by Guilford Deeds).[Contributed by W.H. Everest, Esq., New Haven.].

524. Isaac10 PARSONS (John, #1048); died; married Hannah BARNES (see #525), daughter of John BARNES; born 2 Aug 1699 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 444.

The only child of Isaac10 PARSONS and Hannah BARNES (see #525) was:

525. Hannah10 BARNES (John, #1050); died; married Isaac PARSONS (see #524), son of John PARSONS and Phillis HILLS; born 31 May 1702.180

526. James10 AGARD; died; born circa 1716; LDS Church Records AFN; married Elizabeth SQUIRE (see #527), daughter of Philip SQUIRE and Elizabeth FULLER, 8 Nov 1738; LDS Church Records.

The only child of James10 AGARD and Elizabeth SQUIRE (see #527) was:

527. Elizabeth10 SQUIRE (Philip, #1054); died; born 2 Jul 1718 at Ashford, Windham, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: B27K-KG; married James AGARD (see #526) 8 Nov 1738; LDS Church Records.

528. Robert10 COOK Jr (Robert, #1056); died; born 1703 at Southington, Hartford, CT;181 married Hannah HUNN (see #529), daughter of Nathaniel HUNN 2 and Martha ORVIS, 19 Nov 1729 at Southington, Hartford, CT.182

He Stour Provost, Dorset, England.

The five children of Robert10 COOK Jr and Hannah HUNN (see #529) all born at Southington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

529. Hannah10 HUNN (Nathaniel, #1058); born 4 Oct 1705 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR2, p. 87; married Robert COOK Jr (see #528), son of Robert COOK Sr, 19 Nov 1729 at Southington, Hartford, CT;186 died 29 Oct 1756 at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT, at age 51; Wethersfield Vital Records Vol. 1, p. 52.187

She Gardener Married Ethel ?

530. Samuel10 SCOTT Jr (Samuel, #1060); died; born 7 Oct 1696 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; married Mary PYNCHON (see #531) 8 May 1718 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.

The only child of Samuel10 SCOTT Jr and Mary PYNCHON (see #531) was:

531. Mary10 PYNCHON; died; married Samuel SCOTT Jr (see #530), son of Samuel SCOTT Sr and Mary ORVIS, 8 May 1718 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.

544. Ebenezer10 MEAD Sr (John, #548); born circa 1663 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT;188,189 born 1676 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; married Sarah KNAPP (see #545), daughter of Caleb KNAPP Sr and Hannah SMITH, 1691 at CT;190 died 1728.191

The only child of Ebenezer10 MEAD Sr and Sarah KNAPP (see #545) was:

545. Sarah10 KNAPP (Caleb, #1090); born 18 Jan 1670 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT;192 died circa 1685 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT;193 married Ebenezer MEAD Sr (see #544), son of John MEAD Sr and Hannah POTTER, 1691 at CT.194

546. Peter10 BROWN Sr (Hachaliah, #1092); born circa 1670 at Rye, Westchester, NY;195 married Martha DISBROW (see #547), daughter of Peter DISBROW and Sarah KNAPP, circa 1690 at Rye, Westchester, NY; History of Westcheter NY, volume 2; died 11 Jan 1733 at NY.196

The nine children of Peter10 BROWN Sr and Martha DISBROW (see #547) were as follows:

547. Martha10 DISBROW (Peter, #1094); born circa 1670 at Rye, Westchester, NY; CD 100; married Peter BROWN Sr (see #546), son of Hachaliah BROWN 1 and Mary HOYT [HOIT], circa 1690 at Rye, Westchester, NY; History of Westcheter NY, volume 2; died 1731 at Rye, Westchester, NY; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 72.

548. John10 MEAD Sr (William, #1096); born circa 1634 at Lydd, Kent, ENG;197 married Hannah POTTER (see #549), daughter of William POTTER and Francis CHILD, circa 1638 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MZD-LB; died 9 Feb 1699 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8565-5R.

The 11 children of John10 MEAD Sr and Hannah POTTER (see #549) were as follows:

549. Hannah10 POTTER (William, #1098); born 1635 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 178; married John MEAD Sr (see #548), son of William MEAD (MAYD) and Mary BARKER, circa 1638 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MZD-LB; born 1638 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; died 13 Mar 1700 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT;221 died 10 Jul 1757 at New Haven, New Haven, CT.

550. Jonathan10 WATERBURY (John, #1100) and Eunice were divorced; he and Eunice were engaged; born 1653 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; married Eunice (see #551) circa 1676 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; died 14 Jan 1702 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 241.

The eight children of Jonathan10 WATERBURY and Eunice (see #551) were as follows:

551. Eunice10; born; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 242; died; she and Jonathan WATERBURY were divorced; she and Jonathan WATERBURY were engaged; married Jonathan WATERBURY (see #550), son of John WATERBURY and Rose LOCKWOOD, circa 1676 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; married Richard HIGGINBOTHAM 11 Dec 1707 at CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 242.

552. Ebenezer10 MEAD Sr (John, #548); born circa 1663 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT;223,224 born 1676 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; married Sarah KNAPP (see #545), daughter of Caleb KNAPP Sr and Hannah SMITH, 1691 at CT;225 died 1728.226

The only child of Ebenezer10 MEAD Sr and Sarah KNAPP (see #545) was:

553. Sarah10 KNAPP (Caleb, #1090); born 18 Jan 1670 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT;227 died circa 1685 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT;228 married Ebenezer MEAD Sr (see #544), son of John MEAD Sr and Hannah POTTER, 1691 at CT.229

554. Peter10 BROWN Sr (Hachaliah, #1092); born circa 1670 at Rye, Westchester, NY;230 married Martha DISBROW (see #547), daughter of Peter DISBROW and Sarah KNAPP, circa 1690 at Rye, Westchester, NY; History of Westcheter NY, volume 2; died 11 Jan 1733 at NY.231

The nine children of Peter10 BROWN Sr and Martha DISBROW (see #547) were as follows:

555. Martha10 DISBROW (Peter, #1094); born circa 1670 at Rye, Westchester, NY; CD 100; married Peter BROWN Sr (see #546), son of Hachaliah BROWN 1 and Mary HOYT [HOIT], circa 1690 at Rye, Westchester, NY; History of Westcheter NY, volume 2; died 1731 at Rye, Westchester, NY; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 72.

556. Isaac10 HOWE Sr (Nathaniel, #1112); born 20 Sep 1669 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; CD 100; married Elizabeth WATERBURY (see #557), daughter of Lt David WATERBURY and Sarah NEWMAN, 2 Jun 1702 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Greenwich, CT Vital Records, Vol. LH1 p. 452; died 7 May 1733 at age 63; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 242.

The only child of Isaac10 HOWE Sr and Elizabeth WATERBURY (see #557) was:

557. Elizabeth10 WATERBURY (David, #1114); died; born 17 Jan 1684 at CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 242; born 18 Jan 1684 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT;232 married Isaac HOWE Sr (see #556), son of Nathaniel HOWE and BOWERS, 2 Jun 1702 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Greenwich, CT Vital Records, Vol. LH1 p. 452; married Benjamin WEED at CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 242.

558 . Benjamin10 MEAD (John, #548) (see #274 )

559 . Sarah10 WATERBURY (Jonathan, #550) (see #275 )

Generation Eleven

1024. Benjamin11 ANDREWS Sr (John, #2048); born 17 Jun 1659 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 35, p. 85; baptized 17 Jun 1659 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR2, p. 327; married Mary SMITH (see #1025), daughter of Richard SMITH and Joanna QUARLES, 26 May 1682 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; IGI 7119325 0538847. Farmington Vital Records, LR1, p. 3; married Dorcas WRIGHT, daughter of James WRIGHT, 1710 at CT;233 married Sarah circa 1717 at CT;234 died 24 Feb 1728 at Farmington, Hartford, CT, at age 68.235

He Benjamin, youngest child of John and Mary, lived on and inherited the old home of his father in Farmington, on the east side of the river, about two miles north of the village, and near the "canal aqueduct;" married 26th May, 1682, Mary Smith. Both joined the church in Farmington, 3rd Jan., 1686-7, and the record says Mary Andrews, wife of Benjamin, and her two sons, Benjamin and John, were baptized 9th Jan., 1686-7. Mary (Smith) Andrews died Jan., 1707, when second he married 14th June, 1710,* widow Dorcas Wetmore, of Middletown, who died 4th Dec., 1716, when third he married Sarah Kilgore (Last Name??), for he in his will, 1725 gives his wife Sarah. His will, dated 1723-4, inventory inventory taken 1727, L 509 7s. He died 1727; he names his sons, Benjamin, John, Stephen, Daniel and Samuel, and gives each 5s. besides what I gave them in their settlement; gave to the eldest son of his daughter, Mary Cowles, 5s.: made his son James his executor, and says he gave James his homestead by deed, 1723; he also gave 5s. to each of the eldest sons of his own sons; the appraisers were Thomas Hooker, sen., Witnesses of Will Isaac Cowles, Sammuel Whitman, Daniel Judd, Daniel Andrews. Josiah Hart.236

The eight children of Benjamin11 ANDREWS Sr and Mary SMITH (see #1025) were as follows:

1025. Mary11 SMITH (Richard, #2050); born circa 1659; LDS Church Records; born circa 1662 at Lyme, New London, CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 35, p. 90; married Benjamin ANDREWS Sr (see #1024), son of John ANDREWS Sr and Mary (Marie) BARNES, 26 May 1682 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; IGI 7119325 0538847. Farmington Vital Records, LR1, p. 3; died Jan 1708 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 35, p. 90.

1026. Roger11 ORVIS (George, #2052); born Jun 1657 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;243,244 married Mirryam HANNISON (see #1027), daughter of John HANNISON HENDERSON and Martha STEELE, 15 Dec 1692 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;245 married Elizabeth HARRISON 15 Dec 1692; CD 100; died 14 Jan 1737 at Farmington, Hartford, CT, at age 79.246

He Roger was a soldier in King Philip's war, under capt. Newberry, and was wounded at Hatfield, May 1676.

The seven children of Roger11 ORVIS and Mirryam HANNISON (see #1027) all born at Farmington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

1027. Mirryam11 HANNISON (John HANNISON HENDERSON, #2054); born 1671;249 baptized 18 Sep 1687 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Families of Early Hartford CT by Barbour, p. 440; married Roger ORVIS (see #1026), son of George ORVIS and Elizabeth CARPENTER NOT HER REALNAME, 15 Dec 1692 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;250 died 26 Dec 1748 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.251

1028. Decon John11 MILES;; GEDCOM 22897; born 1644 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; GEDCOM 22897; married Mary ALSOP (see #1029) 2 Nov 1680 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; GEDCOM 22897 FTJ#958.

The three children of Decon John11 MILES and Mary ALSOP (see #1029) were as follows:

1029. Mary11 ALSOP;; GEDCOM 22897 FTJ#959; born 3 Oct 1654 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; GEDCOM 22897 FTJ#959; married Decon John MILES (see #1028) 2 Nov 1680 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; GEDCOM 22897 FTJ#958; died 16 Oct 1705 at New Haven, New Haven, CT, at age 51.

1036. Samuel11 GRIDLEY (Thomas, #2072); married Mary HUMPHREY at CT; Conneticuit Nutmegger, September, 1993, p. 214; born 25 Nov 1647 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;252 married Esther THOMSON (see #1037), daughter of Thomas THOMPSON and Ann WELLES, 2 Dec 1680 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;253 died May 1712 at Farmington, Hartford, CT, at age 64.254

The four children of Samuel11 GRIDLEY and Esther THOMSON (see #1037) were as follows:

1037. Esther11 THOMSON (Thomas THOMPSON, #2074); born 17 Jun 1655 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; First Settlers Of CT And MA, p. 263 Father died before she was born; married Samuel GRIDLEY (see #1036), son of Thomas GRIDLEY 2 and Mary SEYMORE, 2 Dec 1680 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;255 died 1 Dec 1698 at Farmington, Hartford, CT, at age 43.

1038. Joseph11 SMITH (William, #2076); died; born 25 Aug 1655 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 548 & Decesandants of Jos. Loomis p. 132; baptized 15 Mar 1657 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 548; married Joanna LOOMIS (see #1039), daughter of Samuel LOOMIS Lt and Elizabeth JUDD, 20 Nov 1691 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor, CT. by Stiles p. 434.

The only child of Joseph11 SMITH and Joanna LOOMIS (see #1039) was:

1039. Joanna11 LOOMIS (Samuel, #2078); died; born 22 Oct 1665 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor, CT. by Stiles p. 434; married Joseph SMITH (see #1038), son of William SMITH and Elizabeth STANLEY, 20 Nov 1691 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor, CT. by Stiles p. 434.

1040. William11 TEALL (Benjamin TEALE, #2080); died; born 1663 at Charlestown, Suffolk, MA; Hartford Times; married Mary COGGEN (see #1041) circa 1697 at MA.

The only child of William11 TEALL and Mary COGGEN (see #1041) was:

1041. Mary11 COGGEN; died; born circa 1665; married William TEALL (see #1040), son of Benjamin TEALE, circa 1697 at MA.

1044. Daniel11 MIX Sr (Thomas, #2088); born 8 Sep 1653 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT;256 baptized 23 May 1658 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT; married Ruth ROCKWELL (see #1045), daughter of John ROCKWELL and Sarah ENSIGN, 2 May 1678 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT, Vol. 5, by Jacobus p. 1196; died 15 Mar 1722 at New Haven, New Haven, CT, at age 68; New Haven Vital Records p. 149.

The only child of Daniel11 MIX Sr and Ruth ROCKWELL (see #1045) was:

1045. Ruth11 ROCKWELL (John, #2090); baptized 11 Mar 1654 at CT; born 5 Mar 1655 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT, Vol. 5, by Jacobus p. 1196; married Daniel MIX Sr (see #1044), son of Thomas MIX and Rebecca TURNER, 2 May 1678 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT, Vol. 5, by Jacobus p. 1196; died 1739 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT, Vol. 5, by Jacobus p. 1196.

1048. John11 PARSONS (Ebenezer, #2096); born 29 Jul 1678 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Authors Personal Library; married Phillis HILLS (see #1049), daughter of William HILLS Jr and Sarah RISLEY?, 1 Dec 1698 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Authors Personal Library; married Dorthy (---) SPARKS 27 May 1712 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 444; died circa 1750 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Authors Personal Library.

The six children of John11 PARSONS and Phillis HILLS (see #1049) all born at Hartford, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

1049. Phillis11 HILLS (William, #2098); born 1669 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 303;257 married John PARSONS (see #1048), son of Ebenezer PARSONS, 1 Dec 1698 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Authors Personal Library; died 9 Jan 1712 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 444.

1050. John11 BARNES; died; married an unknown person; born 23 Dec 1670 at Check if this is HANNAH's Father.

The only child of John11 BARNES and an unknown spouse was:

1054. Philip11 SQUIRE; died; born 20 Mar 1671 at Newberry, Essex, MA; LDS Church Records AFN; married Elizabeth FULLER (see #1055) 27 Oct 1715 at Ashford, Windham, CT; LDS Church Records AFN.

The only child of Philip11 SQUIRE and Elizabeth FULLER (see #1055) was:

1055. Elizabeth11 FULLER; died; born 11 Mar 1692 at Ashford, Windham, CT; married Philip SQUIRE (see #1054) 27 Oct 1715 at Ashford, Windham, CT; LDS Church Records AFN.

1056. Robert11 COOK Sr; died; married an unknown person; born 1671 at Ireland; Southington Genealogies p. lxiii.

The only child of Robert11 COOK Sr and an unknown spouse was:

1058. Nathaniel11 HUNN 2 (Nathaniel, #2116); born 1671 at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Wethersfield, CT. p. 453; married Martha ORVIS (see #1059), daughter of Samuel ORVIS Sr and Deborah, 7 Dec 1704 at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor, Ct. by Stiles p. 453; died 7 Dec 1712 at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Wethersfield, CT. p. 453.

The three children of Nathaniel11 HUNN 2 and Martha ORVIS (see #1059) were as follows:

1059. Martha11 ORVIS (Samuel, #2118) and John ROOT Jr were engaged; died at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT; she and John ROOT Jr were divorced; baptized 6 May 1682 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;258 born 1683; married Nathaniel HUNN 2 (see #1058), son of Nathaniel HUNN 1 and Rebecca HALE, 7 Dec 1704 at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor, Ct. by Stiles p. 453; married John ROOT Jr 9 Dec 1714.

1060. Samuel11 SCOTT Sr (Edmund, #2120); born circa 1650 at Hartford, Hartford, CT;259 married Mary ORVIS (see #1061), daughter of George ORVIS and Elizabeth CARPENTER NOT HER REALNAME, 7 Feb 1686 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;260 died 30 Jun 1745 at CT.261

The five children of Samuel11 SCOTT Sr and Mary ORVIS (see #1061) all born at Farmington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

1061. Mary11 ORVIS (George, #2052); born Jun 1663 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;262,263 married Samuel SCOTT Sr (see #1060), son of Edmund SCOTT Sr and Hannah BIRD, 7 Feb 1686 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;264 died 28 Nov 1748 at Farmington, Hartford, CT, at age 85.265,266

1088. John11 MEAD Sr (William, #1096); born circa 1634 at Lydd, Kent, ENG;267 married Hannah POTTER (see #549), daughter of William POTTER and Francis CHILD, circa 1638 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MZD-LB; died 9 Feb 1699 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8565-5R.

The 11 children of John11 MEAD Sr and Hannah POTTER (see #549) were as follows:

1089. Hannah11 POTTER (William, #1098); born 1635 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 178; married John MEAD Sr (see #548), son of William MEAD (MAYD) and Mary BARKER, circa 1638 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MZD-LB; born 1638 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; died 13 Mar 1700 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT;291 died 10 Jul 1757 at New Haven, New Haven, CT.

1090. Caleb11 KNAPP Sr (Nicholas, #2180); born 20 Jan 1637 at Watertown, Middlesex, MA;292 married Hannah SMITH (see #1091), daughter of Henry SMITH Dr and Hannah, 9 Mar 1660 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT;293 died 4 Mar 1674 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, at age 37; CD 100; died 11 Dec 1674 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, at age 37; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MOL-CX.

The six children of Caleb11 KNAPP Sr and Hannah SMITH (see #1091) were as follows:

1091. Hannah11 SMITH (Henry, #2182); married Thomas LAWRENCE at CT; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 657; born circa 1642 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191. LDS Church Records AFN: 8MOL-D4; married Caleb KNAPP Sr (see #1090), son of Nicholas KNAPP and Eleanor LOCKWOOD, 9 Mar 1660 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT;294 died 18 Jun 1685 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MOL-D4.

1092. Hachaliah11 BROWN 1 (Peter, #2184); born circa 1645 at New Haven, New Haven, CT;295 married Mary HOYT [HOIT] (see #1093), daughter of John HOYT and Mary (BRUNDAGE?), circa 1669 at CT; died circa 1720 at Rye, Westchester, NY.296

The seven children of Hachaliah11 BROWN 1 and Mary HOYT [HOIT] (see #1093) were as follows:

1093. Mary11 HOYT [HOIT] (John, #2186); died at Rye, Westchester, NY; born 22 Dec 1664 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; married Hachaliah BROWN 1 (see #1092), son of Peter BROWN and Elizabeth, circa 1669 at CT.

1094. Peter11 DISBROW; born circa 1631; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 72; married Sarah KNAPP (see #1095), daughter of Nicholas KNAPP and Eleanor LOCKWOOD, 6 Sep 1667;303 died 2 May 1688; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 72.

The only child of Peter11 DISBROW and Sarah KNAPP (see #1095) was:

1095. Sarah11 KNAPP (Nicholas, #2180); born 5 Jan 1639 at Watertown, Middlesex, MA;304 married John DISBROW 12 Jun 1657;305 married Peter DISBROW (see #1094) 6 Sep 1667;306 died 1681 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT.307,308

1096. William11 MEAD (MAYD) (Richard, #2192); born 1600 at Lydd, Kent, ENG; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 178;309 married Mary BARKER (see #1097) circa 1625 at ENG;310 died 1663 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 178.311

He

William MEAD's wife died on 19 Sep 1657. William was born in Kent England. He came with his brother on the Elizabeth in 1635. He was one of the earliest group of Stamford settlers from Weathersfield in 1641. In 1649 he went to Greenwich. While in Stamford, he lived on the west side of West Street and gave that home to his son Joseph. Joseph moved to Long Island. and later settled in Greenwich.

The five children of William11 MEAD (MAYD) and Mary BARKER (see #1097) were as follows:

1097. Mary11 BARKER; born circa 1604 at Lydd, Kent, ENG; CD 100; married William MEAD (MAYD) (see #1096), son of Richard MEAD, circa 1625 at ENG;314 died 19 Sep 1657 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT.315,316

1098. William11 POTTER (John, #2196); born circa 1608 at ENG; LDS Church Records; married Francis CHILD (see #1099); died 27 Nov 1684 at New Haven, New Haven, CT.

He Every amateur genealogist has in the back of his or her mind that

someday an ancestral skeleton will appear, perhaps the legendary

"horse thief". For those who are descendants of William Potter,

the skeleton has appeared, but he did not steal the horses.

The facts are largely outlined and discussed in an excellent

article by Joanne Ruth Walroth, entitled "Beyond Legal Remedy:

Divorce in Seventeenth-Century Woodbridge, New Jersey" appearing

in New Jersey History, Vol. 105, Fall/Winter 1987, beginning on

page 1. While the article concerns an action for divorce and

permission to remarry brought by his granddaughter, Rebecca Adams

Seatown, daughter of William's daughter Rebecca and her husband,

Thomas Adams, the article shows the background in her life,

including the remarkable "problem" encountered by William Potter,

which resulted in his being hanged until dead on June 6, 1662.

The charge was "that he hath committed ye sin of bestiality with

sundrie creatures". We will leave the details, quoted from the

court records, to Ms. Walroth's article. Suffice to say that

from his confessed "first episode" at age eleven, when he was an

apprentice in England, to later in New England, "his lust

followed him, though he thought he should have got power against

it". "Several episodes followed, first with a bitch, then with

two sows, then a yearling heifer, a two-year-old calf, a cow,

three sheep, and an old mare. One of his sons had discovered

him, apparently while in the act, but Potter had himself told his

wife about the episodes with the sheep and tried to excuse

himself. The court was particularly harsh with him because the

'sin' had continued since childhood, and he was now an old man."

[Note: it is interesting to see that a modern day article on the

subject, written in 1987, puts the word "sin" in quotation marks,

as if that were some quaint 17th century idea].

One wonders about some of the legal aspects of the trial. Potter

was convicted on the principal testimony of his wife and one of

his sons. While his son apparently had been an eye witness to

one of the events, his wife's testimony resulted from what Potter

had "confided in her". And his confession, in detail, was

undoubtedly the controlling factor. But had it been coerced?

Had he been read his rights? Where were the "experts" to testify

that he was sick, not criminal, or that it was all the fault of

the animals, or that something his father had done was

responsible for his behavior. Where were Kunsler and Shapiro

when he needed them?

One also wonders about the media event of this trial. The charge

being a capital offense, resulted in the New Haven General Court

hearing the matter. No less a personage than Gov. William Leete

conducted the trial himself. Were there demonstrators outside

the court? Perhaps the advocates of capital punishment joined

with the animal rights groups to call for his execution? As Ms.

Walroth points out [N.J.History 105:14] there were people who

reacted unfavorably to the death penalty. "William Bassett and

his wife were fined forty shillings for `speakeing to the

reproach' of Thomas Wheadon, who had carried out William Potter's

execution."

Ms. Walroth also covers some aspects of dispute over the estate

after Potter's death, which showed lack of family harmony, and

points out that "although each of the six Potter children would

eventually marry and raise a large family, none of them named a

child either William or Frances. In an age when it was customary

for a couple to name children for both maternal and paternal

grandparents, it is surely evidence of deep levels of stress

within the family that not one of the Potter children used these

names."

See that article in full, particularly for the sources she cites

in her documentation.

See also "Early Settlers of Watertown, Mass." by Bond, page 910,

referencing "July 1, 1635, William Potter, husbandman, aged 27,

Frances Potter, uxor, aged 26, and Joseph Potter, aged 20 months,

embarked for New England, in the Abigail, &c. . . . William Potter

was one of the signers of the original agreement entered into by

the first settlers of New Haven. [See Hinman's Catalogue,

2d ed., p. 76.]"

Not surprisingly, this situation did not escape the eye or pen

of Mather. See Mather's Magnalia VI, 38, Art. 3 of Appendix of

Thaumaturgus.

See also Savage, First Settlers of New England, Vol. 3, pages

467-468. Savage was not clear as to his identity and may have

confused this William with the one who settled in Watertown.

For the straight genealogical records of this family see

Families of Ancient New Have, Donald Lines Jacobus (1927),

Vol. IV, page 1459. Jacobus gives the date of William Potter's

death, but does not elaborate on the cause.

The seven children of William11 POTTER and Francis CHILD (see #1099) were as follows:

1099. Francis11 CHILD; died; born circa 1610; CD 100; married William POTTER (see #1098), son of John POTTER and Hannah.

1100. John11 WATERBURY (William, #2200) and Rose LOCKWOOD were divorced; he and Rose LOCKWOOD were engaged; born 13 Dec 1621 at Sudbury, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9PDD-TX; baptized 30 Dec 1621 at Sudbury, Suffolk, ENG; married Rose LOCKWOOD (see #1101), daughter of Edmund LOCKWOOD Jr and Ruth, circa 1638 at Watertown, Middlesex, MA; died 31 Jul 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, at age 36.317

He John Waterbury came to Anerica about 1641; first Settled at Watertown, MA., then sold out in 1646 and moved to Stamford, CT. He was granted a parcel of land in 1650 in Stamford, CT.

The five children of John11 WATERBURY and Rose LOCKWOOD (see #1101) were as follows:

1101. Rose11 LOCKWOOD (Edmund, #2202) and John WATERBURY were divorced; she and John WATERBURY were engaged; born circa 1621 at ENG; married John WATERBURY (see #1100), son of William WATERBURY and Alice, circa 1638 at Watertown, Middlesex, MA; married Joseph GARNSEY 11 May 1659 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; died 12 Feb 1684 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT.

1104 . John11 MEAD Sr (William, #1096) (see #548 )

1105 . Hannah11 POTTER (William, #1098) (see #549 )

1106. Caleb11 KNAPP Sr (Nicholas, #2180); born 20 Jan 1637 at Watertown, Middlesex, MA;323 married Hannah SMITH (see #1091), daughter of Henry SMITH Dr and Hannah, 9 Mar 1660 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT;324 died 4 Mar 1674 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, at age 37; CD 100; died 11 Dec 1674 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, at age 37; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MOL-CX.

The six children of Caleb11 KNAPP Sr and Hannah SMITH (see #1091) were as follows:

1107. Hannah11 SMITH (Henry, #2182); married Thomas LAWRENCE at CT; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 657; born circa 1642 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191. LDS Church Records AFN: 8MOL-D4; married Caleb KNAPP Sr (see #1090), son of Nicholas KNAPP and Eleanor LOCKWOOD, 9 Mar 1660 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT;325 died 18 Jun 1685 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MOL-D4.

1108. Hachaliah11 BROWN 1 (Peter, #2184); born circa 1645 at New Haven, New Haven, CT;326 married Mary HOYT [HOIT] (see #1093), daughter of John HOYT and Mary (BRUNDAGE?), circa 1669 at CT; died circa 1720 at Rye, Westchester, NY.327

The seven children of Hachaliah11 BROWN 1 and Mary HOYT [HOIT] (see #1093) were as follows:

1109. Mary11 HOYT [HOIT] (John, #2186); died at Rye, Westchester, NY; born 22 Dec 1664 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; married Hachaliah BROWN 1 (see #1092), son of Peter BROWN and Elizabeth, circa 1669 at CT.

1110. Peter11 DISBROW; born circa 1631; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 72; married Sarah KNAPP (see #1095), daughter of Nicholas KNAPP and Eleanor LOCKWOOD, 6 Sep 1667;334 died 2 May 1688; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 72.

The only child of Peter11 DISBROW and Sarah KNAPP (see #1095) was:

1111. Sarah11 KNAPP (Nicholas, #2180); born 5 Jan 1639 at Watertown, Middlesex, MA;335 married John DISBROW 12 Jun 1657;336 married Peter DISBROW (see #1094) 6 Sep 1667;337 died 1681 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT.338,339

1112. Nathaniel11 HOWE (Isaac, #2224) and BOWERS were divorced; he and BOWERS were engaged; married BOWERS (see #1113); born 1653 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; died 29 Jun 1692 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT.

He Nathaniel HOWE was born in Greenwich, Fairfield, Ct. He married --- BOWERS, who was the sister of John BOWERS.

The only child of Nathaniel11 HOWE and BOWERS (see #1113) was:

1113. BOWERS11 and Nathaniel HOWE were divorced; died; married Nathaniel HOWE (see #1112), son of Isaac HOWE and (--?--); she and Nathaniel HOWE were engaged; born circa 1650 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; CD 102.

1114. Lt David11 WATERBURY (John, #1100); born at Stamford, Fairfield, CT;340 married Sarah NEWMAN (see #1115), daughter of William NEWMAN and Elizabeth BROWNSTREET?, circa 1680 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 181;341 married Sarah WEED 11 Aug 1698 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 242; died 20 Nov 1706 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 242.

He Lieutenant David Waterbury served in King

Philip's War.

The three children of Lt David11 WATERBURY and Sarah NEWMAN (see #1115) were as follows:

1115. Sarah11 NEWMAN (William, #2230); died; born 29 Oct 1657 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; married Lt David WATERBURY (see #1114), son of John WATERBURY and Rose LOCKWOOD, circa 1680 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 181.346

1116 . John11 MEAD Sr (William, #1096) (see #548 )

1117 . Hannah11 POTTER (William, #1098) (see #549 )

1118 . Jonathan11 WATERBURY (John, #1100) (see #550 )

1119 . Eunice11 (see #551 )

Generation Twelve

2048. John12 ANDREWS Sr; born 31 Oct 1620 at Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records; married Mary (Marie) BARNES (see #2049) circa 1648 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; died 1681 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.

He John Andrews, the immigrant ancestor was one of the early settlers, and in 1672 one of the eighty-four proprietors of the ancient town of Tunxis, named afterwards "farming-town," Tunix being named as much a name of a tribe of indians as it was of the river and lands they occupied and claimed as proprietors. He came over in 1645. John Andrews was a farmer, and lived on the east side of the river, near to where the canal aqueduct was made, about two miles north of the village of Farmington. His wives name was Mary or Marie, who united with the church there April 2, 1654, with her sons, then under the age of 13 years. John Andrews joined the Congregational church of Farmington, May 9, 1658. In the list of forty-two families in full communion of the church in 1679, which seems to be graded and ranked with reference to "dignity and standing," John and Mary are No. 14. John was made a freeman in by the general court, May 20, 1658. He died in 1681 and his wife died in May, 1694. He was a land owner in Hartford. He was owner of much other land. He left a very complete will.347

The eight children of John12 ANDREWS Sr and Mary (Marie) BARNES (see #2049) all born at Farmington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

2049. Mary (Marie)12 BARNES; born circa 1622 at Essex, ENG; From probate records 1677-87, p. 269. CD 100; married John ANDREWS Sr (see #2048) circa 1648 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; died May 1694 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR1, p. 7 and CD 100.

2050. Richard12 SMITH (John, #4100); born circa 1621 at ENG; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 25, p. 140; married Mary KERLEY 6 Oct 1647; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 25, p. 140; married Joanna QUARLES (see #2051) 2 Aug 1654 at Boston, Suffolk, MA; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 25, p. 140; died after 1680 at Lyme, New London, CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 25, p. 140.

The only child of Richard12 SMITH and Joanna QUARLES (see #2051) was:

2051. Joanna12 QUARLES; born at CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 35, p. 90; died; married Richard SMITH (see #2050), son of John SMITH, 2 Aug 1654 at Boston, Suffolk, MA; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 25, p. 140.

2052. George12 ORVIS; born circa 1614 at ENG; married Elizabeth CARPENTER NOT HER REALNAME (see #2053), daughter of David CARPENTER Sr and Elizabeth, 1652 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;355 died 27 Apr 1664 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.356

He Church records show all were baptized in Farmington, CT. Church records of the town, Vol. 12, pg. 34. Was a soldier in King Philip's War under Capt. NEWBERRY..

The six children of George12 ORVIS and Elizabeth CARPENTER NOT HER REALNAME (see #2053) all born at Farmington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

2053. Elizabeth12 CARPENTER NOT HER REALNAME (David, #4106); married Richard BRONSON; CD 100; born circa 1644 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, p. 42;362 born circa 1644 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; CD 100; married George ORVIS (see #2052) 1652 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;363 christened 16 May 1658; CD 100; died Apr 1694 at CT.

She The Origonal Proprietors of Hartford says she was widow of George ORVIS and before him, of David Carpenter.

2054. John12 HANNISON HENDERSON; married Martha STEELE (see #2055), daughter of George STEELE, at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 440; born circa 1649 at of Hartford, CT; died 1688 at CT; Authors Personal Library.

The only child of John12 HANNISON HENDERSON and Martha STEELE (see #2055) was:

2055. Martha12 STEELE (George, #4110); married John HANNISON HENDERSON (see #2054) at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 440; born circa 1650; died 1711 at CT; Authors Personal Library.

2072. Thomas12 GRIDLEY 2 (Thomas, #4144); born circa 1612 at Essex, ENG; baptized 10 Apr 1612 at Ashen, Braintree, ENG; married Mary SEYMORE (see #2073), daughter of Richard SEYMOUR and Mary ROSCOE, 29 Sep 1644 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford Times;364 died 12 Jun 1655 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Conneticuit Nutmegger, September, 1993, p. 212.

The three children of Thomas12 GRIDLEY 2 and Mary SEYMORE (see #2073) all born at Farmington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

2073. Mary12 SEYMORE (Richard SEYMOUR, #4146); married John LANGDON Deacon at CT; Conneticuit Nutmegger, September, 1993, p. 212; born 1617; CD 100; married Thomas GRIDLEY 2 (see #2072), son of Thomas GRIDLEY 1 and Elizabeth CLARK, 29 Sep 1644 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford Times;365 died 1689 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.

She She was recognized as the most beautiful woman in the colony.

2074. Thomas12 THOMPSON (John THOMSON, #4148); baptized 1 Oct 1610 at Burford, Shropshire, ENG;366 born circa 1617 at ENG; married Ann WELLES (see #2075), daughter of Thomas WELLES Governor and Alice TOMES, 14 Apr 1646;367 married Ann WELLES, daughter of Thomas WELLES Governor and Alice TOMES, 14 Apr 1648 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Marriage Records Before 1699, at DAR Library, Honolulu, HI, p. 210; died 25 Apr 1655 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.368,369

The five children of Thomas12 THOMPSON and Ann WELLES (see #2075) were as follows:

2075. Ann12 WELLES (Thomas, #4150); born 1619; married Thomas THOMPSON (see #2074), son of John THOMSON and Beatrice DETTON, 14 Apr 1646;370 married Thomas THOMPSON, son of John THOMSON and Beatrice DETTON, 14 Apr 1648 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Marriage Records Before 1699, at DAR Library, Honolulu, HI, p. 210; married Anthony HAWKINS 16 Jul 1656 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Marriage Records Before 1699, at DAR Library, Honolulu, HI, p. 111; died Oct 1680 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.371

2076. William12 SMITH; born circa 1635; married Elizabeth STANLEY (see #2077) 16 Aug 1644 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 548; died 1670 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 548.

The only child of William12 SMITH and Elizabeth STANLEY (see #2077) was:

2077. Elizabeth12 STANLEY; born circa 1635; married William SMITH (see #2076) 16 Aug 1644 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 548; died 1678 at Middletown, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 548.

2078. Samuel12 LOOMIS Lt (Joseph, #4156); born circa 1628 at Essex, ENG; Loomis Genealogy, p. 132; married Elizabeth JUDD (see #2079), daughter of Thomas JUDD Sr and Elizabeth, 27 Dec 1653 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR1, p. 6. & LR2, p. 331; died 1 Oct 1689 at Westfield, MA; Loomis Genealogy, p. 132.

The only child of Samuel12 LOOMIS Lt and Elizabeth JUDD (see #2079) was:

2079. Elizabeth12 JUDD (Thomas, #4158); born circa 1633; married Samuel LOOMIS Lt (see #2078), son of Joseph LOOMIS Sr and Mary WHITE, 27 Dec 1653 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR1, p. 6. & LR2, p. 331; died 7 May 1676 at Westfield, MA; Thomas JUDD & His Descendants p. 11. Ancient Windsor, by Stiles p. 434.

2080. Benjamin12 TEALE; died; married an unknown person; born circa 1640.

The only child of Benjamin12 TEALE and an unknown spouse was:

2088. Thomas12 MIX; born circa 1624 at ENG; CD 100; married Rebecca TURNER (see #2089), daughter of Nathaniel TURNER Cpt, 1649 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT, by Jacobus; died 1691 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT.

The seven children of Thomas12 MIX and Rebecca TURNER (see #2089) all born at New Haven, New Haven, CT, were as follows:

2089. Rebecca12 TURNER (Nathaniel, #4178); born circa 1628 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; CD 100; married Thomas MIX (see #2088) 1649 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT, by Jacobus; died circa 1731 at CT; CD 100.

2090. John12 ROCKWELL (William, #4180); born 18 Jul 1627 at Dorchester, Dorset, ENG; "Mary And John Book" at DAR, Honolulu, HI. CD-100; married Sarah ENSIGN (see #2091), daughter of James ENSIGN and Sarah ELSON, 6 May 1651 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 237, "Mary and John Book" DAR Library, HI; married Deliverance HAYES, daughter of Richard HAYES, 18 Aug 1662; "Mary And John Book" at DAR, Honolulu, HI p. 220; died 13 Sep 1673 at age 46; "Mary And John Book" at DAR, Honolulu, HI.

The only child of John12 ROCKWELL and Sarah ENSIGN (see #2091) was:

2091. Sarah12 ENSIGN (James, #4182); born circa 1633 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; CD 100; married John ROCKWELL (see #2090), son of William ROCKWELL Deacon and Susanna CAPEN, 6 May 1651 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 237, "Mary and John Book" DAR Library, HI; died 23 Jun 1659 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; CD 100.

2096. Ebenezer12 PARSONS (Thomas, #4192); married an unknown person at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Authors Personal Library; born 14 May 1655 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Genealogies & Biographies of Ancient Windsor CT. by Stiles p. 552; died circa 1708 at Simsbury.

The six children of Ebenezer12 PARSONS and an unknown spouse were as follows:

2098. William12 HILLS Jr (William, #4196); born circa 1640;372 married Sarah RISLEY? (see #2099) circa 1665; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 301; died 15 Aug 1693 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 303.

The seven children of William12 HILLS Jr and Sarah RISLEY? (see #2099) all born at Hartford, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

2099. Sarah12 RISLEY?; died; born circa 1647; married William HILLS Jr (see #2098), son of William HILLS Sr and Phillis LYMAN, circa 1665; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 301.

2116. Nathaniel12 HUNN 1 (George, #4232); married Rebecca HALE (see #2117), daughter of Samuel HALE and Mary SMITH; Hale, House & Related Families by Jacobus p. 12; born circa 1626 at Boston, Suffolk, MA; married Sarah KEENE, daughter of Matthew KEENE, 1649;374 died Sep 1704; died Oct 1704 at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT.

He Nathaniel emigrated from Boston to Wethersfield about 1673.

The four children of Nathaniel12 HUNN 1 and Rebecca HALE (see #2117) all born at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

2117. Rebecca12 HALE (Samuel, #4234); died; married Nathaniel HUNN 1 (see #2116), son of George HUNN and Ann; Hale, House & Related Families by Jacobus p. 12; born 29 Oct 1651 at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT; Wethersfield Vital Records Vol. LR1, p. 17.375

2118. Samuel12 ORVIS Sr (George, #2052); died; married Deborah (see #2119);376 born May 1653 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.377,378

He Samuel was a shoemaker and had his place on the East side of Main Street, a little North of the residence of Gustave COWLES.

The six children of Samuel12 ORVIS Sr and Deborah (see #2119) were as follows:

2119. Deborah12; married Samuel ORVIS Sr (see #2118), son of George ORVIS and Elizabeth CARPENTER NOT HER REALNAME;379 born circa 1655; died after 1709.

2120. Edmund12 SCOTT Sr (Thomas, #4240); married Elizabeth FULLER; born circa 1618 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; CD 100; married Hannah BIRD (see #2121), daughter of Thomas BIRD and Mary, 1643 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: GSRX-8Q; died Apr 1690 at Waterbury, New Haven, CT; CD 100; died 2 Jun 1690 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.380

The nine children of Edmund12 SCOTT Sr and Hannah BIRD (see #2121) were as follows:

2121. Hannah12 BIRD (Thomas, #4242); died at Hartford, Hartford, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: GG4W-TV; born circa 1633 at CT; LDS Church Records AFN: GG4W-TV; married Edmund SCOTT Sr (see #2120), son of Thomas SCOTT Sr and Elizabeth STRUTT, 1643 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: GSRX-8Q.

2122. George12 ORVIS; born circa 1614 at ENG; married Elizabeth CARPENTER NOT HER REALNAME (see #2053), daughter of David CARPENTER Sr and Elizabeth, 1652 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;381 died 27 Apr 1664 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.382

He Church records show all were baptized in Farmington, CT. Church records of the town, Vol. 12, pg. 34. Was a soldier in King Philip's War under Capt. NEWBERRY..

The six children of George12 ORVIS and Elizabeth CARPENTER NOT HER REALNAME (see #2053) all born at Farmington, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

2123. Elizabeth12 CARPENTER NOT HER REALNAME (David, #4106); married Richard BRONSON; CD 100; born circa 1644 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, p. 42;388 born circa 1644 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; CD 100; married George ORVIS (see #2052) 1652 at Farmington, Hartford, CT;389 christened 16 May 1658; CD 100; died Apr 1694 at CT.

She The Origonal Proprietors of Hartford says she was widow of George ORVIS and before him, of David Carpenter.

2176. William12 MEAD (MAYD) (Richard, #2192); born 1600 at Lydd, Kent, ENG; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 178;390 married Mary BARKER (see #1097) circa 1625 at ENG;391 died 1663 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 178.392

He

William MEAD's wife died on 19 Sep 1657. William was born in Kent England. He came with his brother on the Elizabeth in 1635. He was one of the earliest group of Stamford settlers from Weathersfield in 1641. In 1649 he went to Greenwich. While in Stamford, he lived on the west side of West Street and gave that home to his son Joseph. Joseph moved to Long Island. and later settled in Greenwich.

The five children of William12 MEAD (MAYD) and Mary BARKER (see #1097) were as follows:

2177. Mary12 BARKER; born circa 1604 at Lydd, Kent, ENG; CD 100; married William MEAD (MAYD) (see #1096), son of Richard MEAD, circa 1625 at ENG;395 died 19 Sep 1657 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT.396,397

2178. William12 POTTER (John, #2196); born circa 1608 at ENG; LDS Church Records; married Francis CHILD (see #1099); died 27 Nov 1684 at New Haven, New Haven, CT.

He Every amateur genealogist has in the back of his or her mind that

someday an ancestral skeleton will appear, perhaps the legendary

"horse thief". For those who are descendants of William Potter,

the skeleton has appeared, but he did not steal the horses.

The facts are largely outlined and discussed in an excellent

article by Joanne Ruth Walroth, entitled "Beyond Legal Remedy:

Divorce in Seventeenth-Century Woodbridge, New Jersey" appearing

in New Jersey History, Vol. 105, Fall/Winter 1987, beginning on

page 1. While the article concerns an action for divorce and

permission to remarry brought by his granddaughter, Rebecca Adams

Seatown, daughter of William's daughter Rebecca and her husband,

Thomas Adams, the article shows the background in her life,

including the remarkable "problem" encountered by William Potter,

which resulted in his being hanged until dead on June 6, 1662.

The charge was "that he hath committed ye sin of bestiality with

sundrie creatures". We will leave the details, quoted from the

court records, to Ms. Walroth's article. Suffice to say that

from his confessed "first episode" at age eleven, when he was an

apprentice in England, to later in New England, "his lust

followed him, though he thought he should have got power against

it". "Several episodes followed, first with a bitch, then with

two sows, then a yearling heifer, a two-year-old calf, a cow,

three sheep, and an old mare. One of his sons had discovered

him, apparently while in the act, but Potter had himself told his

wife about the episodes with the sheep and tried to excuse

himself. The court was particularly harsh with him because the

'sin' had continued since childhood, and he was now an old man."

[Note: it is interesting to see that a modern day article on the

subject, written in 1987, puts the word "sin" in quotation marks,

as if that were some quaint 17th century idea].

One wonders about some of the legal aspects of the trial. Potter

was convicted on the principal testimony of his wife and one of

his sons. While his son apparently had been an eye witness to

one of the events, his wife's testimony resulted from what Potter

had "confided in her". And his confession, in detail, was

undoubtedly the controlling factor. But had it been coerced?

Had he been read his rights? Where were the "experts" to testify

that he was sick, not criminal, or that it was all the fault of

the animals, or that something his father had done was

responsible for his behavior. Where were Kunsler and Shapiro

when he needed them?

One also wonders about the media event of this trial. The charge

being a capital offense, resulted in the New Haven General Court

hearing the matter. No less a personage than Gov. William Leete

conducted the trial himself. Were there demonstrators outside

the court? Perhaps the advocates of capital punishment joined

with the animal rights groups to call for his execution? As Ms.

Walroth points out [N.J.History 105:14] there were people who

reacted unfavorably to the death penalty. "William Bassett and

his wife were fined forty shillings for `speakeing to the

reproach' of Thomas Wheadon, who had carried out William Potter's

execution."

Ms. Walroth also covers some aspects of dispute over the estate

after Potter's death, which showed lack of family harmony, and

points out that "although each of the six Potter children would

eventually marry and raise a large family, none of them named a

child either William or Frances. In an age when it was customary

for a couple to name children for both maternal and paternal

grandparents, it is surely evidence of deep levels of stress

within the family that not one of the Potter children used these

names."

See that article in full, particularly for the sources she cites

in her documentation.

See also "Early Settlers of Watertown, Mass." by Bond, page 910,

referencing "July 1, 1635, William Potter, husbandman, aged 27,

Frances Potter, uxor, aged 26, and Joseph Potter, aged 20 months,

embarked for New England, in the Abigail, &c. . . . William Potter

was one of the signers of the original agreement entered into by

the first settlers of New Haven. [See Hinman's Catalogue,

2d ed., p. 76.]"

Not surprisingly, this situation did not escape the eye or pen

of Mather. See Mather's Magnalia VI, 38, Art. 3 of Appendix of

Thaumaturgus.

See also Savage, First Settlers of New England, Vol. 3, pages

467-468. Savage was not clear as to his identity and may have

confused this William with the one who settled in Watertown.

For the straight genealogical records of this family see

Families of Ancient New Have, Donald Lines Jacobus (1927),

Vol. IV, page 1459. Jacobus gives the date of William Potter's

death, but does not elaborate on the cause.

The seven children of William12 POTTER and Francis CHILD (see #1099) were as follows:

2179. Francis12 CHILD; died; born circa 1610; CD 100; married William POTTER (see #1098), son of John POTTER and Hannah.

2180. Nicholas12 KNAPP (John, #4360); born 16 May 1592 at Bures, Suffolk, ENG;398 married Eleanor LOCKWOOD (see #2181), daughter of Edmund LOCKWOOD Sr and Alice COWPER, before 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; married Unica [Unity] BUXTON, daughter of Clement BUXTON, 9 Mar 1659 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT;399 died 16 Apr 1670 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT, at age 77;400 died 16 Sep 1670 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, at age 78; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 595

LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-ZP.

He Nicolas Knapp, the immigrant ancestor. He was born in England, place unknown but American Ancestry, vol. 8, p. 166 says he was probabaly born at Bury St. Mary's, England. He came to New England from England in 1630 with the Winthrop and Saltonstall Expedition and settled in Watertown, MA.

Bond's History of Watertown, MA says: "1636, July 25, lands, grants and possessions. Nicholas Knapp - 30 acres. Second division, Feb. 28, 1636, Nicholas Knapp received one hundred seventeen acres."

Nicholas Knapp sold his land and privileges in Watertown, MA., Mar 6, 1646 and moved to Greenwich or Rye, perhaps stopping at Whethersfield, and two years later moved to Stamford, CT. but died at Fairfield. He owned a mill at Stamford which he gave to his son.

His will can be found in Fairfield, CT. probate records, vol. 1665-1675, p. 55.

The nine children of Nicholas12 KNAPP and Eleanor LOCKWOOD (see #2181) were as follows:

2181. Eleanor12 LOCKWOOD (Edmund, #4362); born circa 1609 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 1T4S-Q8; married Nicholas KNAPP (see #2180), son of John KNAPP and Martha (Blosse) BLOIS, before 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; died 16 Jun 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 1T4S-Q8; died 18 Jun 1658 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT;401 died 16 Aug 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 595.

2182. Henry12 SMITH Dr (Thomas, #4364); born circa 1609 at London, London, ENG; CD 100; born 1619 at ENG; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191; married Hannah (see #2183) circa 1640 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191; married Ann ANDREWS 1665 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; died 4 Jul 1687 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191. LDS Church Records AFN: 8RKK-GC.

The only child of Henry12 SMITH Dr and Hannah (see #2183) was:

2183. Hannah12; born circa 1625 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-BH; married Henry SMITH Dr (see #2182), son of Thomas SMITH and, circa 1640 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191; died 1649 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191 LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-BH.

2184. Peter12 BROWN; born circa 1610 at Hastings, ENG; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 35. LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-5K; married Elizabeth (see #2185) circa 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 35; married Elizabeth 1640 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-5K; married Unica [Unity] BUXTON, daughter of Clement BUXTON, 27 Jul 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT;402 died 22 Aug 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 35. LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-5K.

The five children of Peter12 BROWN and Elizabeth (see #2185) were as follows:

2185. Elizabeth12; born circa 1612 at ENG; married Peter BROWN (see #2184) circa 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 35; married Peter BROWN 1640 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-5K; died 21 Jul 1657 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Authors Personal Library; died 21 Sep 1657 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT.

2186. John12 HOYT (Simon, #4372); born 12 Mar 1614 at Upway, Dorset, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MH6-VF; married an unknown person circa 1635; married Mary (BRUNDAGE?) (see #2187), daughter of John BRUNDAGE Sr and Rachel, 1659 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MH6-VF; died 1 Sep 1684 at White Plains, Westchester, NY, at age 70.403

He was baptized in the LDS church on 12 Mar 1614 at Upway, Dorset, ENG.404

The five children of John12 HOYT and Mary (BRUNDAGE?) (see #2187) were as follows:

2187. Mary12 (BRUNDAGE?) (John BRUNDAGE, #4374); born; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 241; she and John WATERBURY Lt were engaged; married John WATERBURY Lt, son of John WATERBURY and Rose LOCKWOOD; she and John WATERBURY Lt were divorced; married Jonas SEELY at CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 241; married John HOYT (see #2186), son of Simon HOYT, 1659 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MH6-VF; died 31 Dec 1738 at CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 241.

2190. Nicholas12 KNAPP (John, #4360); born 16 May 1592 at Bures, Suffolk, ENG;405 married Eleanor LOCKWOOD (see #2181), daughter of Edmund LOCKWOOD Sr and Alice COWPER, before 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; married Unica [Unity] BUXTON, daughter of Clement BUXTON, 9 Mar 1659 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT;406 died 16 Apr 1670 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT, at age 77;407 died 16 Sep 1670 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, at age 78; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 595

LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-ZP.

He Nicolas Knapp, the immigrant ancestor. He was born in England, place unknown but American Ancestry, vol. 8, p. 166 says he was probabaly born at Bury St. Mary's, England. He came to New England from England in 1630 with the Winthrop and Saltonstall Expedition and settled in Watertown, MA.

Bond's History of Watertown, MA says: "1636, July 25, lands, grants and possessions. Nicholas Knapp - 30 acres. Second division, Feb. 28, 1636, Nicholas Knapp received one hundred seventeen acres."

Nicholas Knapp sold his land and privileges in Watertown, MA., Mar 6, 1646 and moved to Greenwich or Rye, perhaps stopping at Whethersfield, and two years later moved to Stamford, CT. but died at Fairfield. He owned a mill at Stamford which he gave to his son.

His will can be found in Fairfield, CT. probate records, vol. 1665-1675, p. 55.

The nine children of Nicholas12 KNAPP and Eleanor LOCKWOOD (see #2181) were as follows:

2191. Eleanor12 LOCKWOOD (Edmund, #4362); born circa 1609 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 1T4S-Q8; married Nicholas KNAPP (see #2180), son of John KNAPP and Martha (Blosse) BLOIS, before 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; died 16 Jun 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 1T4S-Q8; died 18 Jun 1658 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT;408 died 16 Aug 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 595.

2192. Richard12 MEAD; died; born at ENG; CD 100; married an unknown person at ENG; CD 100.

The only child of Richard12 MEAD and an unknown spouse was:

2196. John12 POTTER; died; born at ENG; CD 100; married Hannah (see #2197); CD 100.

The only child of John12 POTTER and Hannah (see #2197) was:

2197. Hannah12; died; born at ENG; CD 100; married John POTTER (see #2196); CD 100.

2200. William12 WATERBURY and Alice were divorced; died; married Alice (see #2201); he and Alice were engaged; born 1598 at ENG.

The only child of William12 WATERBURY and Alice (see #2201) was:

2201. Alice12 and William WATERBURY were divorced; died; married William WATERBURY (see #2200); she and William WATERBURY were engaged; born circa 1598 at ENG.

2202. Edmund12 LOCKWOOD Jr (Edmund, #4362); born Feb 1594 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9PDF-G6; christened 9 Feb 1594 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100; married Ruth (see #2203) circa 1619; died 9 Mar 1634 at Sudbury, Suffolk, ENG, at age 40; LDS Church Records AFN: 9PDF-G6.

The only child of Edmund12 LOCKWOOD Jr and Ruth (see #2203) was:

2203. Ruth12; born circa 1595; married Edmund LOCKWOOD Jr (see #2202), son of Edmund LOCKWOOD Sr and Alice COWPER, circa 1619; died 12 Feb 1685 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 9PDF-HC.

2208 . William12 MEAD (MAYD) (Richard, #2192) (see #1096 )

2209 . Mary12 BARKER (see #1097 )

2210 . William12 POTTER (John, #2196) (see #1098 )

2211 . Francis12 CHILD (see #1099 )

2212. Nicholas12 KNAPP (John, #4360); born 16 May 1592 at Bures, Suffolk, ENG;409 married Eleanor LOCKWOOD (see #2181), daughter of Edmund LOCKWOOD Sr and Alice COWPER, before 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; married Unica [Unity] BUXTON, daughter of Clement BUXTON, 9 Mar 1659 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT;410 died 16 Apr 1670 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT, at age 77;411 died 16 Sep 1670 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, at age 78; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 595

LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-ZP.

He Nicolas Knapp, the immigrant ancestor. He was born in England, place unknown but American Ancestry, vol. 8, p. 166 says he was probabaly born at Bury St. Mary's, England. He came to New England from England in 1630 with the Winthrop and Saltonstall Expedition and settled in Watertown, MA.

Bond's History of Watertown, MA says: "1636, July 25, lands, grants and possessions. Nicholas Knapp - 30 acres. Second division, Feb. 28, 1636, Nicholas Knapp received one hundred seventeen acres."

Nicholas Knapp sold his land and privileges in Watertown, MA., Mar 6, 1646 and moved to Greenwich or Rye, perhaps stopping at Whethersfield, and two years later moved to Stamford, CT. but died at Fairfield. He owned a mill at Stamford which he gave to his son.

His will can be found in Fairfield, CT. probate records, vol. 1665-1675, p. 55.

The nine children of Nicholas12 KNAPP and Eleanor LOCKWOOD (see #2181) were as follows:

2213. Eleanor12 LOCKWOOD (Edmund, #4362); born circa 1609 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 1T4S-Q8; married Nicholas KNAPP (see #2180), son of John KNAPP and Martha (Blosse) BLOIS, before 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; died 16 Jun 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 1T4S-Q8; died 18 Jun 1658 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT;412 died 16 Aug 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 595.

2214. Henry12 SMITH Dr (Thomas, #4364); born circa 1609 at London, London, ENG; CD 100; born 1619 at ENG; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191; married Hannah (see #2183) circa 1640 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191; married Ann ANDREWS 1665 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; died 4 Jul 1687 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191. LDS Church Records AFN: 8RKK-GC.

The only child of Henry12 SMITH Dr and Hannah (see #2183) was:

2215. Hannah12; born circa 1625 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-BH; married Henry SMITH Dr (see #2182), son of Thomas SMITH and, circa 1640 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191; died 1649 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 191 LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-BH.

2216. Peter12 BROWN; born circa 1610 at Hastings, ENG; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 35. LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-5K; married Elizabeth (see #2185) circa 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 35; married Elizabeth 1640 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-5K; married Unica [Unity] BUXTON, daughter of Clement BUXTON, 27 Jul 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT;413 died 22 Aug 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 35. LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-5K.

The five children of Peter12 BROWN and Elizabeth (see #2185) were as follows:

2217. Elizabeth12; born circa 1612 at ENG; married Peter BROWN (see #2184) circa 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 35; married Peter BROWN 1640 at New Haven, New Haven, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-5K; died 21 Jul 1657 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Authors Personal Library; died 21 Sep 1657 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT.

2218. John12 HOYT (Simon, #4372); born 12 Mar 1614 at Upway, Dorset, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MH6-VF; married an unknown person circa 1635; married Mary (BRUNDAGE?) (see #2187), daughter of John BRUNDAGE Sr and Rachel, 1659 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MH6-VF; died 1 Sep 1684 at White Plains, Westchester, NY, at age 70.414

He was baptized in the LDS church on 12 Mar 1614 at Upway, Dorset, ENG.415

The five children of John12 HOYT and Mary (BRUNDAGE?) (see #2187) were as follows:

2219. Mary12 (BRUNDAGE?) (John BRUNDAGE, #4374); born; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 241; she and John WATERBURY Lt were engaged; married John WATERBURY Lt, son of John WATERBURY and Rose LOCKWOOD; she and John WATERBURY Lt were divorced; married Jonas SEELY at CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 241; married John HOYT (see #2186), son of Simon HOYT, 1659 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MH6-VF; died 31 Dec 1738 at CT; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 27, p. 241.

2222. Nicholas12 KNAPP (John, #4360); born 16 May 1592 at Bures, Suffolk, ENG;416 married Eleanor LOCKWOOD (see #2181), daughter of Edmund LOCKWOOD Sr and Alice COWPER, before 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; married Unica [Unity] BUXTON, daughter of Clement BUXTON, 9 Mar 1659 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT;417 died 16 Apr 1670 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT, at age 77;418 died 16 Sep 1670 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, at age 78; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 595

LDS Church Records AFN: 8RK8-ZP.

He Nicolas Knapp, the immigrant ancestor. He was born in England, place unknown but American Ancestry, vol. 8, p. 166 says he was probabaly born at Bury St. Mary's, England. He came to New England from England in 1630 with the Winthrop and Saltonstall Expedition and settled in Watertown, MA.

Bond's History of Watertown, MA says: "1636, July 25, lands, grants and possessions. Nicholas Knapp - 30 acres. Second division, Feb. 28, 1636, Nicholas Knapp received one hundred seventeen acres."

Nicholas Knapp sold his land and privileges in Watertown, MA., Mar 6, 1646 and moved to Greenwich or Rye, perhaps stopping at Whethersfield, and two years later moved to Stamford, CT. but died at Fairfield. He owned a mill at Stamford which he gave to his son.

His will can be found in Fairfield, CT. probate records, vol. 1665-1675, p. 55.

The nine children of Nicholas12 KNAPP and Eleanor LOCKWOOD (see #2181) were as follows:

2223. Eleanor12 LOCKWOOD (Edmund, #4362); born circa 1609 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 1T4S-Q8; married Nicholas KNAPP (see #2180), son of John KNAPP and Martha (Blosse) BLOIS, before 1632 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; CD 100; died 16 Jun 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 1T4S-Q8; died 18 Jun 1658 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT;419 died 16 Aug 1658 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 595.

2224. Isaac12 HOWE (Edward, #4448); born 1628 at ENG; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 569; married (--?--) (see #2225) circa 1650 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; died 1688 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 569.

The only child of Isaac12 HOWE and (--?--) (see #2225) was:

2225. (--?--)12; died; born circa 1632 at Lynn, Essex, MA; married Isaac HOWE (see #2224), son of Edward HOWE and Elizabeth, circa 1650 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT.

2228 . John12 WATERBURY (William, #2200) (see #1100 )

2229 . Rose12 LOCKWOOD (Edmund, #2202) (see #1101 )

2230. William12 NEWMAN (Thomas, #4460); married Mary; born 1610 at ENG; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 181;420 married Elizabeth BROWNSTREET? (see #2231) circa 1635; died 1676 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT.421

The seven children of William12 NEWMAN and Elizabeth BROWNSTREET? (see #2231) all born at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, were as follows:

2231. Elizabeth12 BROWNSTREET?; born circa 1610 at ENG; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 181; married William NEWMAN (see #2230), son of Thomas NEWMAN and Mary MOORTON, circa 1635; died circa 1676 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 181.

2232 . William12 MEAD (MAYD) (Richard, #2192) (see #1096 )

2233 . Mary12 BARKER (see #1097 )

2234 . William12 POTTER (John, #2196) (see #1098 )

2235 . Francis12 CHILD (see #1099 )

2236 . John12 WATERBURY (William, #2200) (see #1100 )

2237 . Rose12 LOCKWOOD (Edmund, #2202) (see #1101 )

Generation Thirteen

4100. John13 SMITH; died; born at ENG; married an unknown person; The American Genealogist, by Donald L. Jacobus, v. 25, p. 140.

The only child of John13 SMITH and an unknown spouse was:

4106. David13 CARPENTER Sr; born circa 1620; married Elizabeth (see #4107) circa 1640 at CT; died 22 Jan 1651 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.433

The three children of David13 CARPENTER Sr and Elizabeth (see #4107) were as follows:

4107. Elizabeth13; died; born circa 1600; married David CARPENTER Sr (see #4106) circa 1640 at CT.

4110. George13 STEELE; born at CT; Authors Personal Library; died; married an unknown person; Authors Personal Library.

The only child of George13 STEELE and an unknown spouse was:

4144. Thomas13 GRIDLEY 1 (Thomas, #8288); died; born circa 1586 at Ridgewell, ENG; Authors Personal Library; married Elizabeth CLARK, daughter of John CLARK, 20 Oct 1608 at Ashen or Essex, ENG; Authors Personal Library; married Elizabeth CLARK (see #4145), daughter of John CLARK, 25 Dec 1679 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR2, p. 257.

The four children of Thomas13 GRIDLEY 1 and Elizabeth CLARK (see #4145) were as follows:

4145. Elizabeth13 CLARK (John, #8290); died; married Thomas GRIDLEY 1, son of Thomas GRIDLEY and Maria GARROLD, 20 Oct 1608 at Ashen or Essex, ENG; Authors Personal Library; born at ENG; married Thomas GRIDLEY 1 (see #4144), son of Thomas GRIDLEY and Maria GARROLD, 25 Dec 1679 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Farmington Vital Records Vol. LR2, p. 257.

4146. Richard13 SEYMOUR (Richard, #8292); born circa 1604 at Sawbridgeworth, Co. Herts, ENG; Society Of Colonial Wars in the State of CT, Hono DAR, p. 254; baptized 27 Jan 1605 at Sawbridgeworth, Co. Herts, ENG; Society Of Colonial Wars in the State of CT, Hono DAR, p. 254; married Mary ROSCOE (see #4147), daughter of Roger ROSCOE and Sarah, 18 Apr 1631 at Sawbridgeworth, Co. Herts, ENG; died 25 Nov 1655 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.436

The six children of Richard13 SEYMOUR and Mary ROSCOE (see #4147) were as follows:

4147. Mary13 ROSCOE (Roger, #8294); born circa 1610 at Sawbridgeworth, Co. Herts, ENG; Society Of Colonial Wars in the State of CT, Hono DAR, p. 254; married Richard SEYMOUR (see #4146), son of Richard SEYMOUR Rev, 18 Apr 1631 at Sawbridgeworth, Co. Herts, ENG; married John STEELE Sr, son of Richard STEELE, 25 Nov 1655 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; The Great Migration Begins, p. 1758; died 27 Feb 1665 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; Society Of Colonial Wars in the State of CT, Hono DAR, p. 254.

4148. John13 THOMSON; died; born circa 1580 at Shrehouse, Shrops, ENG; CD 100; born circa 1590 at ENG; Hale, House & Related Families by Jacobus p. 782; married Beatrice DETTON (see #4149), daughter of George DETTON and Anne THOMAS, 12 Apr 1608 at Neen Savage, Shops, ENG; CD 100.

The only child of John13 THOMSON and Beatrice DETTON (see #4149) was:

4149. Beatrice13 DETTON (George, #8298); born circa 1584 at Neen Savage, Shops, ENG; CD 100; christened 21 Jun 1584 at Neen Savage, Shops, ENG; CD 100; married John THOMSON (see #4148) 12 Apr 1608 at Neen Savage, Shops, ENG; CD 100; died 13 Apr 1650 at Burford, Shropshire, ENG; CD 100.

4150. Thomas13 WELLES Governor (Robert, #8300); born circa 1590 at Stourton, Warwick, ENG;437 married Alice TOMES (see #4151), daughter of John TOMES Jr and Ellen GUNNE, 5 Jul 1615 at ENG;438 married Elizabeth (HUNT) DEMING/DUNNING, daughter of Jonathan DEMING and Elizabeth GILBERT, 1645; CD 100; died 14 Jan 1660 at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT.439

He Came on the "Susan and Ellen" 1635. Boston 1636. Hartford 1637.

The six children of Thomas13 WELLES Governor and Alice TOMES (see #4151) were as follows:

4151. Alice13 TOMES (John, #8302); married Thomas WELLES Governor (see #4150), son of Robert WELLES and Alice, 5 Jul 1615 at ENG;441 died before 1646 at CT.442

4156. Joseph13 LOOMIS Sr (John, #8312); born 24 Aug 1590 at Essex, ENG; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor, CT. by Stiles p. 432;443 married Mary WHITE (see #4157), daughter of Robert WHITE and Bridget ALLGAR, 30 Jun 1614 at Messing, Essex, Essex, ENG; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor, CT. by Stiles p. 432; died 25 Nov 1658 at Windsor, Hartford, CT, at age 68; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor, CT. by Stiles p. 433.

He Immigrant.

The eight children of Joseph13 LOOMIS Sr and Mary WHITE (see #4157) were as follows:

4157. Mary13 WHITE (Robert, #8314); born 24 Aug 1590 at Messing, Essex, ENG; married Joseph LOOMIS Sr (see #4156), son of John LOOMIS (LUMMYS) Jr and Agnes LINGWOOD, 30 Jun 1614 at Messing, Essex, Essex, ENG; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor, CT. by Stiles p. 432; died 23 Aug 1652 at Windsor, Hartford, CT, at age 61.

She Immigrant.

4158. Thomas13 JUDD Sr (William, #8316); born circa 1608 at ENG; Thomas JUDD & His Descendants p. 2; married Elizabeth (see #4159) circa 1620; History of Waterbury CT, p. 155; married Clemence MASON Widow circa 1680; History of Waterbury CT, p. 155; died 9 Nov 1688 at Northampton, ENG;444 died 12 Nov 1688 at Springfield, Union, CT; Thomas JUDD & His Descendants p. 10.

The nine children of Thomas13 JUDD Sr and Elizabeth (see #4159) were as follows:

4159. Elizabeth13; born circa 1610; History of Waterbury CT, p. 155; married Thomas JUDD Sr (see #4158), son of William JUDD, circa 1620; History of Waterbury CT, p. 155; died 1679 at Farmington, Hartford, CT; History of Waterbury CT, p. 155 & CD100.

4178. Nathaniel13 TURNER Cpt (Humphery, #8356); born circa 1595 at ENG; CD 100; married Margaret LEACHBAND circa 1622; died Jan 1646; Families of Ancient New Haven, CT, Vol. 5, by Jacobus p. 1866.

He Nathaniel died at sea aboard the ship, Lamberton.

The only child of Nathaniel13 TURNER Cpt and an unknown spouse was:

4180. William13 ROCKWELL Deacon (John, #8360); christened 6 Feb 1591 at Fitzhead, Somerset, ENG; Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 1. p. 52; married Susanna CAPEN (see #4181), daughter of Bernard CAPEN and Joan PURCHASE (PURCHIS), 14 Apr 1624 at Dorchester, Dorset, ENG; Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 1. p. 52; died 15 May 1640 at Windsor, Hartford, CT, at age 49; Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 1. p. 52.

He William Rockwell was baptized at Fitzhead, Somerset, England, 6 February, 1591. He was the son of John and Honor (Newton) Rockwell who married at Fitzhead, 19 July, 1585. William came to New England on the "Mary and John," with his wife Susannah and their two children, Joanna and John. He died in 1640, and in 1645 Susannah married Mathew Grant. Susannah died 14 November, 1666.

As one of the Deacons of the Dorchester Church, William Rockwell signed the land grants and town records, together with William Gaylord, Rev. Merrick and Rev. Warham. He was freeman in the first group, application 19 October, 1630. He stayed in Dorchester until after 1636, and received a land grant in Windsor in 1637. From the "Mary and John" book page 67.

The seven children of William13 ROCKWELL Deacon and Susanna CAPEN (see #4181) were as follows:

4181. Susanna13 CAPEN (Bernard, #8362) NEHGR 2:80; born 11 Apr 1602 at Dorchester, Dorset, ENG; NEHGR 2:80

Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 1. p. 52; married William ROCKWELL Deacon (see #4180), son of John ROCKWELL Sr and Honor NEWTON, 14 Apr 1624 at Dorchester, Dorset, ENG; Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 1. p. 52; married Mathew GRANT 29 May 1645 at Windsor, MA; NEHGR 2:80

Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 1. p. 52; died 13 Nov 1666 at age 64; Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 1. p. 52.

4182. James13 ENSIGN (Thomas ENSIGNE, #8364); married Sarah ELSON (see #4183) at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 237; born circa 1590 at Cambridge, ENG;445 died 1670 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 237; died 23 Nov 1680; CD 100.

The five children of James13 ENSIGN and Sarah ELSON (see #4183) all born at Hartford, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

4183. Sarah13 ELSON; born; CD 100; married James ENSIGN (see #4182), son of Thomas ENSIGNE, at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 237; died May 1676; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 237.

4192. Thomas13 PARSONS; born at ENG; Authors Personal Library; married Lydia BROWN (see #4193) 28 Jun 1641 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Authors Personal Library; died 23 Sep 1661 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Manwaring, Digest of Early CT Probate Rcds, Hartford Dist, v. 1, p. 143.

The nine children of Thomas13 PARSONS and Lydia BROWN (see #4193) were as follows:

4193. Lydia13 BROWN; died; born 1616 at ENG; Medical Journal of John Winthrop, p. 889; married Thomas PARSONS (see #4192) 28 Jun 1641 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Authors Personal Library; married Eltweed POMEROY 30 Nov 1664 at Windsor, Hartford, CT; Genealogies & Biographies of Ancient Windsor CT. by Stiles p. 620.

4196. William13 HILLS Sr (Thomas, #8392); born 27 Dec 1608 at Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN; married Phillis LYMAN (see #4197), daughter of Richard LYMAN Sr and Sarah OSBORN, circa 1637 at Hartford, Hartford, CT;447 married Mary;448 married Mary WARNER, daughter of Andrew WARNER Deacon and Mary HUMFREY;449 died Jul 1683 at Hartford, Hartford, CT, at age 74; Hartford, CT by Barbour, p. 301.

The three children of William13 HILLS Sr and Phillis LYMAN (see #4197) were as follows:

4197. Phillis13 LYMAN (Richard, #8394); born 11 Sep 1611 at High Ongar, Essex, ENG; CD 100; baptized 12 Sep 1611 at High Ongar, Essex, ENG; Lyman Genealogy, p. 33; married William HILLS Sr (see #4196), son of Thomas HILLS and Jane SCARBORROW, circa 1637 at Hartford, Hartford, CT;455 died circa 1638.

4232. George13 HUNN and Ann were divorced; he and Ann were engaged; married Ann (see #4233); born circa 1600 at ENG; Genealogy of the Descendants of Daniel Owen Jr. Fich G5001 pg. 53; died Jun 1640 at Boston, Suffolk, MA.456

He Wethersfield, Ct. History by Stiles shows that this family is from Boston. George came there in 1635.

The only child of George13 HUNN and Ann (see #4233) was:

4233. Ann13 and George HUNN were divorced; died; married George HUNN (see #4232); she and George HUNN were engaged; born circa 1602 at Boston, Suffolk, MA; married PHILPOT 16 Dec 1651.

4234. Samuel13 HALE (Thomas, #8468); born circa 1615 at ENG;457 married Mary SMITH (see #4235), daughter of Henry SMITH and Dorothy COTTON, circa 1643 at Hartford, Hartford, CT;458 married Phebe BRACY, daughter of Thomas BRACY and Phebe BISBY, circa 1656 at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT; died 9 Nov 1693 at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT.459

The eight children of Samuel13 HALE and Mary SMITH (see #4235) all born at Wethersfield Twp, Hartford, CT, were as follows:

4235. Mary13 SMITH (Henry, #8470); born circa 1612 at Norwich, N, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 52KJ-9S; married Samuel HALE (see #4234), son of Thomas HALE and Joan KIRBY, circa 1643 at Hartford, Hartford, CT;473 died 19 Jan 1712 at CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 52KJ-9S.

4236 . George13 ORVIS (see #2052 )

4237 . Elizabeth13 CARPENTER NOT HER REALNAME (David, #4106) (see #2053 )

4240. Thomas13 SCOTT Sr (Henry, #8480); born 26 Feb 1595 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 2JZ1-3S; christened 26 Feb 1595 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; married Elizabeth STRUTT (see #4241), daughter of Christopher STRUTT and Anne WALLER, 20 Jul 1620 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100; died 17 Mar 1654 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG, at age 59; LDS Church Records AFN: 953P-3S.

The eight children of Thomas13 SCOTT Sr and Elizabeth STRUTT (see #4241) were as follows:

4241. Elizabeth13 STRUTT (Christopher, #8482); born 16 May 1594 at Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8XPR-B8; married Thomas SCOTT Sr (see #4240), son of Henry SCOTT and Martha WHATLOCK, 20 Jul 1620 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100; died 22 Jun 1678 at Ipswich, Essex, MA, at age 84; LDS Church Records AFN: 8XPR-B8. CD 100.

4242. Thomas13 BIRD; born 1600 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: BTRC-3G; married Mary (see #4243) circa 1631 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: BTRC-3G; died 10 Aug 1662 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: BTRC-3G.

The only child of Thomas13 BIRD and Mary (see #4243) was:

4243. Mary13; died at CT; LDS Church Records AFN: GG4W-P6; born 1600; LDS Church Records AFN: GG4W-P6; married Thomas BIRD (see #4242) circa 1631 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: BTRC-3G.

4246. David13 CARPENTER Sr; born circa 1620; married Elizabeth (see #4107) circa 1640 at CT; died 22 Jan 1651 at Farmington, Hartford, CT.474

The three children of David13 CARPENTER Sr and Elizabeth (see #4107) were as follows:

4247. Elizabeth13; died; born circa 1600; married David CARPENTER Sr (see #4106) circa 1640 at CT.

4352. Richard13 MEAD; died; born at ENG; CD 100; married an unknown person at ENG; CD 100.

The only child of Richard13 MEAD and an unknown spouse was:

4356. John13 POTTER; died; born at ENG; CD 100; married Hannah (see #2197); CD 100.

The only child of John13 POTTER and Hannah (see #2197) was:

4357. Hannah13; died; born at ENG; CD 100; married John POTTER (see #2196); CD 100.

4360. John13 KNAPP (Robert KNAPPE, #8720); married Martha (Blosse) BLOIS (see #4361), daughter of Richard BLOIS and Rose FISHER, at ENG; born circa 1560 at Stokes, Ipswich, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-D8; died 2 May 1604 at Ipswich, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-D8.

The only child of John13 KNAPP and Martha (Blosse) BLOIS (see #4361) was:

4361. Martha (Blosse)13 BLOIS (Richard, #8722); died; married John KNAPP (see #4360), son of Robert KNAPPE and Jane, at ENG; born circa 1565 at Grundisburgh, S, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-FF.

4362. Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Sr; born 2 Sep 1574 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C; married Alice COWPER (see #4363), daughter of William COWPER and Alice LUDBROOK, 9 Mar 1592 at Combs, Norfolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C; died 3 Mar 1635 at Cambridge, MA, at age 60; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C.

The three children of Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Sr and Alice COWPER (see #4363) were as follows:

4363. Alice13 COWPER (William, #8726); died at ENG; born circa 1573 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-2J; married Edmund LOCKWOOD Sr (see #4362) 9 Mar 1592 at Combs, Norfolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C.

4364. Thomas13 SMITH; died; born circa 1589 at London, London, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-CN; married (see #4365) circa 1618 at London, London, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-CN.

The only child of Thomas13 SMITH and (see #4365) was:

4365. 13; died at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; born circa 1591 at London, London, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-DT; married Thomas SMITH (see #4364) circa 1618 at London, London, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-CN.

4372. Simon13 HOYT (John, #8744); born 20 Jan 1590 at Upway, Dorset, ENG; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 124; married Deborah STOWERS, daughter of Walter STOWERS, 2 Dec 1612 at Upway, Dorset, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MH6-S3; married an unknown person before 1618 at ENG;475 married Susannah;476 died 1 Sep 1657 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, at age 67; Stamford Vital Records Vol. 1, p. 20.477

The four children of Simon13 HOYT and an unknown spouse were as follows:

4374. John13 BRUNDAGE Sr (Thomas BRUNDISH, #8748); married Rachel (see #4375) at Watertown, Middlesex, MA or Wethersfie, CT; Hist. and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, CT, p. 108; born circa 1585 at ENG; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 510;484 died 27 Oct 1639 at Wethersfield, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 7COW-OP

Ye HIstorie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 510, by Spencer P. Mead.485

The five children of John13 BRUNDAGE Sr and Rachel (see #4375) were as follows:

4375. Rachel13; married John BRUNDAGE Sr (see #4374), son of Thomas BRUNDISH and Agnes THOMPSON, at Watertown, Middlesex, MA or Wethersfie, CT; Hist. and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, CT, p. 108; died 1642 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT; Hist. and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, CT, p. 108

Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 510.

4380. John13 KNAPP (Robert KNAPPE, #8720); married Martha (Blosse) BLOIS (see #4361), daughter of Richard BLOIS and Rose FISHER, at ENG; born circa 1560 at Stokes, Ipswich, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-D8; died 2 May 1604 at Ipswich, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-D8.

The only child of John13 KNAPP and Martha (Blosse) BLOIS (see #4361) was:

4381. Martha (Blosse)13 BLOIS (Richard, #8722); died; married John KNAPP (see #4360), son of Robert KNAPPE and Jane, at ENG; born circa 1565 at Grundisburgh, S, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-FF.

4382. Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Sr; born 2 Sep 1574 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C; married Alice COWPER (see #4363), daughter of William COWPER and Alice LUDBROOK, 9 Mar 1592 at Combs, Norfolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C; died 3 Mar 1635 at Cambridge, MA, at age 60; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C.

The three children of Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Sr and Alice COWPER (see #4363) were as follows:

4383. Alice13 COWPER (William, #8726); died at ENG; born circa 1573 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-2J; married Edmund LOCKWOOD Sr (see #4362) 9 Mar 1592 at Combs, Norfolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C.

4404. Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Sr; born 2 Sep 1574 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C; married Alice COWPER (see #4363), daughter of William COWPER and Alice LUDBROOK, 9 Mar 1592 at Combs, Norfolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C; died 3 Mar 1635 at Cambridge, MA, at age 60; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C.

The three children of Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Sr and Alice COWPER (see #4363) were as follows:

4405. Alice13 COWPER (William, #8726); died at ENG; born circa 1573 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-2J; married Edmund LOCKWOOD Sr (see #4362) 9 Mar 1592 at Combs, Norfolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C.

4416 . Richard13 MEAD (see #2192 )

4420 . John13 POTTER (see #2196 )

4421 . Hannah13 (see #2197 )

4424. John13 KNAPP (Robert KNAPPE, #8720); married Martha (Blosse) BLOIS (see #4361), daughter of Richard BLOIS and Rose FISHER, at ENG; born circa 1560 at Stokes, Ipswich, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-D8; died 2 May 1604 at Ipswich, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-D8.

The only child of John13 KNAPP and Martha (Blosse) BLOIS (see #4361) was:

4425. Martha (Blosse)13 BLOIS (Richard, #8722); died; married John KNAPP (see #4360), son of Robert KNAPPE and Jane, at ENG; born circa 1565 at Grundisburgh, S, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-FF.

4426. Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Sr; born 2 Sep 1574 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C; married Alice COWPER (see #4363), daughter of William COWPER and Alice LUDBROOK, 9 Mar 1592 at Combs, Norfolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C; died 3 Mar 1635 at Cambridge, MA, at age 60; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C.

The three children of Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Sr and Alice COWPER (see #4363) were as follows:

4427. Alice13 COWPER (William, #8726); died at ENG; born circa 1573 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-2J; married Edmund LOCKWOOD Sr (see #4362) 9 Mar 1592 at Combs, Norfolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C.

4428. Thomas13 SMITH; died; born circa 1589 at London, London, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-CN; married (see #4365) circa 1618 at London, London, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-CN.

The only child of Thomas13 SMITH and (see #4365) was:

4429. 13; died at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; born circa 1591 at London, London, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-DT; married Thomas SMITH (see #4364) circa 1618 at London, London, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8VND-CN.

4436. Simon13 HOYT (John, #8744); born 20 Jan 1590 at Upway, Dorset, ENG; Westchester Patriarcks by Davis, p. 124; married Deborah STOWERS, daughter of Walter STOWERS, 2 Dec 1612 at Upway, Dorset, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8MH6-S3; married an unknown person before 1618 at ENG;486 married Susannah;487 died 1 Sep 1657 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT, at age 67; Stamford Vital Records Vol. 1, p. 20.488

The four children of Simon13 HOYT and an unknown spouse were as follows:

4438. John13 BRUNDAGE Sr (Thomas BRUNDISH, #8748); married Rachel (see #4375) at Watertown, Middlesex, MA or Wethersfie, CT; Hist. and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, CT, p. 108; born circa 1585 at ENG; Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 510;495 died 27 Oct 1639 at Wethersfield, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 7COW-OP

Ye HIstorie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 510, by Spencer P. Mead.496

The five children of John13 BRUNDAGE Sr and Rachel (see #4375) were as follows:

4439. Rachel13; married John BRUNDAGE Sr (see #4374), son of Thomas BRUNDISH and Agnes THOMPSON, at Watertown, Middlesex, MA or Wethersfie, CT; Hist. and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, CT, p. 108; died 1642 at Fairfield, Fairfield, CT; Hist. and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, CT, p. 108

Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 510.

4444. John13 KNAPP (Robert KNAPPE, #8720); married Martha (Blosse) BLOIS (see #4361), daughter of Richard BLOIS and Rose FISHER, at ENG; born circa 1560 at Stokes, Ipswich, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-D8; died 2 May 1604 at Ipswich, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-D8.

The only child of John13 KNAPP and Martha (Blosse) BLOIS (see #4361) was:

4445. Martha (Blosse)13 BLOIS (Richard, #8722); died; married John KNAPP (see #4360), son of Robert KNAPPE and Jane, at ENG; born circa 1565 at Grundisburgh, S, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8S9K-FF.

4446. Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Sr; born 2 Sep 1574 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C; married Alice COWPER (see #4363), daughter of William COWPER and Alice LUDBROOK, 9 Mar 1592 at Combs, Norfolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C; died 3 Mar 1635 at Cambridge, MA, at age 60; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C.

The three children of Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Sr and Alice COWPER (see #4363) were as follows:

4447. Alice13 COWPER (William, #8726); died at ENG; born circa 1573 at Combs, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-2J; married Edmund LOCKWOOD Sr (see #4362) 9 Mar 1592 at Combs, Norfolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-1C.

4448. Edward13 HOWE; born 1585 at London, London, ENG; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 569; married Elizabeth (see #4449) circa 1613 at London, London, ENG; died Apr 1639 at Lynn, Essex, MA; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 569.

He Edward HOWE, brother of Daniel HOWE was born about 1585, at Hartfield Broad Oaks, County Essex, England. Edward came to America on the Truelove, Sept.. 19, 1635, and settled in Lynn MA. He was the ancestor of the Greenwich CT family. He died suddenly in 1639, on his return from a session of the General Court of Massachusetts, of which he was a member.

The five children of Edward13 HOWE and Elizabeth (see #4449) were as follows:

4449. Elizabeth13; born 1585 at London, London, ENG; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 569; married Edward HOWE (see #4448) circa 1613 at London, London, ENG; died 25 Jan 1672 at Lynn, Essex, MA; Greenwich, CT by Mead, p. 569.

4456 . William13 WATERBURY (see #2200 )

4457 . Alice13 (see #2201 )

4458 . Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Jr (Edmund, #4362) (see #2202 )

4459 . Ruth13 (see #2203 )

4460. Thomas13 NEWMAN (William, #8920); born circa 1584 at ENG; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 181; married Mary MOORTON (see #4461) before 1655; married Mary CARLES, daughter of Joseph CARLES, circa 1655; died 2 Jun 1659 at Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Stamford, CT by Major Dalany, p. 181.497,498

He Thomas NEWMAN and Mary came to America with their son John, on the ship Mary and John.

The only child of Thomas13 NEWMAN and Mary MOORTON (see #4461) was:

4461. Mary13 MOORTON; died; born circa 1585; married Thomas NEWMAN (see #4460), son of William NEWMAN, before 1655.

4464 . Richard13 MEAD (see #2192 )

4468 . John13 POTTER (see #2196 )

4469 . Hannah13 (see #2197 )

4472 . William13 WATERBURY (see #2200 )

4473 . Alice13 (see #2201 )

4474 . Edmund13 LOCKWOOD Jr (Edmund, #4362) (see #2202 )

4475 . Ruth13 (see #2203 )

Generation Fourteen

8288. Thomas14 GRIDLEY; buried at Ridgewell, ENG; Authors Personal Library; born circa 1536 at Ridgewell, ENG; Authors Personal Library; married Maria GARROLD (see #8289) 18 Jun 1562 at Toppesfield, Essex, ENG; Authors Personal Library; died 1606 at Ridgewell, ENG; Authors Personal Library.

The eight children of Thomas14 GRIDLEY and Maria GARROLD (see #8289) were as follows:

8289. Maria14 GARROLD; died; born circa 1538 at ENG; Authors Personal Library; married Thomas GRIDLEY (see #8288) 18 Jun 1562 at Toppesfield, Essex, ENG; Authors Personal Library.

8290. John14 CLARK; born; Conneticuit Nutmegger, September, 1993, p. 216; died; married an unknown person at Hartford, Hartford, CT; Conneticuit Nutmegger, September, 1993, p. 216.

The only child of John14 CLARK and an unknown spouse was:

8292. Richard14 SEYMOUR Rev; born at Berry Pomeroy, Keyton Hundred, Devonshire, ENG; died; married an unknown person.

The only child of Richard14 SEYMOUR Rev and an unknown spouse was:

8294. Roger14 ROSCOE; died; born at ENG; Society Of Colonial Wars in the State of CT, Hono DAR, p. 254; married Sarah (see #8295) at ENG; Society Of Colonial Wars in the State of CT, Hono DAR, p. 254.

The only child of Roger14 ROSCOE and Sarah (see #8295) was:

8295. Sarah14; died; born at ENG; Society Of Colonial Wars in the State of CT, Hono DAR, p. 254; married Roger ROSCOE (see #8294) at ENG; Society Of Colonial Wars in the State of CT, Hono DAR, p. 254.

8298. George14 DETTON (Robert, #16596); born circa 1552 at Neen Savage, Shops, ENG; CD 100; married Anne THOMAS (see #8299), daughter of Walter THOMAS, circa 1575; CD 100; died circa 1613; buried 8 Sep 1619; CD 100.

The only child of George14 DETTON and Anne THOMAS (see #8299) was:

8299. Anne14 THOMAS (Walter, #16598); born circa 1554 at Neen Savage, Shops, ENG; CD 100; married George DETTON (see #8298), son of Robert DETTON Lord and Mary KITTLEBY, circa 1575; CD 100; died circa 1613; CD 100; buried 8 Sep 1613; CD 100.

8300. Robert14 WELLES; born 6 Nov 1540 at Warwick, ENG; CD 100; married Alice (see #8301) circa 1568; CD 100; died circa 1619; CD 100.

The only child of Robert14 WELLES and Alice (see #8301) was:

8301. Alice14; died; born circa 1542 at ENG; CD 100; married Robert WELLES (see #8300) circa 1568; CD 100.

8302. John14 TOMES Jr (John, #16604); born circa 1569 at Long Marston, Gloucester, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 91V4-SQ; married Ellen GUNNE (see #8303), daughter of Richard GUNNE and Anne FULWOOD, circa 1586 at Glouchester, ENG; married Ann WARNER circa 1601 at ENG; died 25 May 1602 at Long Marston, Gloucester, ENG.499

The four children of John14 TOMES Jr and Ellen GUNNE (see #8303) were as follows:

8303. Ellen14 GUNNE (Richard, #16606); died; born circa 1545 at ENG; married John TOMES Jr (see #8302), son of John TOMES Sr and Alice HARBURNE, circa 1586 at Glouchester, ENG.

8312. John14 LOOMIS (LUMMYS) Jr (John (LUMMUYS, LUMMUYS), #16624); born 29 Jan 1562 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records; married Agnes LINGWOOD (see #8313), daughter of John LINGWOOD Jr and Jane MARLAR, 30 Jun 1589 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 44LH-Q4; died 29 May 1619 at Braintree, Essex, ENG, at age 57; LDS Church Records.

The only child of John14 LOOMIS (LUMMYS) Jr and Agnes LINGWOOD (see #8313) was:

8313. Agnes14 LINGWOOD (John, #16626); born circa 1565 at Bocking, Essex, ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales. LDS Church Records AFN: 44LH-R9; married John LOOMIS (LUMMYS) Jr (see #8312), son of John (LUMMUYS, LUMMUYS) LOOMIS Sr and Christine (Kyrsten) PASFIELD, 30 Jun 1589 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 44LH-Q4; died 14 Apr 1619 at Essex, ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales. LDS Church Records AFN: 44LH-R9.

8314. Robert14 WHITE; born circa 1558 at Messing, Essex, ENG; married Bridget ALLGAR (see #8315), daughter of William ALLGAR and Margaret (Ann) PARYE, 24 Jun 1585 at Shalford, Essex, ENG; DAR Honolulu 1998; buried 17 Jun 1617 at Messing, Essex, ENG; DAR Honolulu 1998.

The seven children of Robert14 WHITE and Bridget ALLGAR (see #8315) were as follows:

8315. Bridget14 ALLGAR (William, #16630); died; born circa 1562 at Messing, Essex, ENG; baptized 11 Mar 1562 at Shalford, Essex, ENG; DAR Honolulu 1998; married Robert WHITE (see #8314) 24 Jun 1585 at Shalford, Essex, ENG; DAR Honolulu 1998.

8316. William14 JUDD (Thomas, #16632); died; born circa 1545 at Trevalga, ENG; CD 100; married an unknown person circa 1605 at ENG.

The only child of William14 JUDD and an unknown spouse was:

8356. Humphery14 TURNER; died; born circa 1559; married Lydia GAMER (see #8357) circa 1595.

The only child of Humphery14 TURNER and Lydia GAMER (see #8357) was:

8357. Lydia14 GAMER; died; married Humphery TURNER (see #8356) circa 1595; born circa 1598; CD 102.

8360. John14 ROCKWELL Sr (William, #16720); born at ENG; married Honor NEWTON (see #8361) 19 Jul 1585 at Fitzhead, Somerset, ENG; Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 1. p. 72. Tracy Crocker; died 23 Feb 1637 at Fitzhead, Somerset, ENG; Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 1. p. 72.

The five children of John14 ROCKWELL Sr and Honor NEWTON (see #8361) all born at Fitzhead, Somerset, ENG, were as follows:

8361. Honor14 NEWTON; born circa 1563 at Dorchester, Dorset, ENG; married John ROCKWELL Sr (see #8360), son of William ROCKWELL and Mariam WYKE PYKE KYNE, 19 Jul 1585 at Fitzhead, Somerset, ENG; Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 1. p. 72. Tracy Crocker; died 12 Aug 1637 at Fitzhead, Somerset, ENG; Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 1. p. 72.

8362. Bernard14 CAPEN; born circa 1562 at Holborne, Middlesex, ENG; married Joan PURCHASE (PURCHIS) (see #8363), daughter of Abner PURCHASE and Thomazine HARRIS, 31 May 1596 at Whitsun Week, ENG; NEHGR 2:80; died 8 Nov 1638 at Dorchester, Suffolk, MA; NEHGR 2:80.500

The seven children of Bernard14 CAPEN and Joan PURCHASE (PURCHIS) (see #8363) were as follows:

8363. Joan14 PURCHASE (PURCHIS) (Abner, #16726); born 25 Mar 1578 at Dorchester, Dorset, ENG; married Bernard CAPEN (see #8362) 31 May 1596 at Whitsun Week, ENG; NEHGR 2:80; died 26 Mar 1653 at Dorchester, Suffolk, MA, at age 75; NEHGR 2:80.501

8364. Thomas14 ENSIGNE; born at ENG; CD 100; married an unknown person circa 1588 at ENG; CD 100; died 27 Mar 1630 at Rye, ENG; CD 100.

The only child of Thomas14 ENSIGNE and an unknown spouse was:

8392. Thomas14 HILLS (William, #16784); died at Hartford, Hartford, CT; LDS Church Records AFN; born circa 1570 at Upminster, ENG; CD 100; married Jane SCARBORROW (see #8393) 16 Oct 1596 at Upminster, ENG; CD 100.

The only child of Thomas14 HILLS and Jane SCARBORROW (see #8393) was:

8393. Jane14 SCARBORROW; died; born circa 1575 at Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN; married Thomas HILLS (see #8392), son of William HILLS and Lucy RYVES, 16 Oct 1596 at Upminster, ENG; CD 100.

8394. Richard14 LYMAN Sr (Henry Robert, #16788); born 1580 at High Ongar, Essex, ENG; baptized 30 Oct 1580 at High Ongar, Essex, ENG;502 married Sarah OSBORN (see #8395), daughter of Roger OSBORNE, 1602; CD 101; died Aug 1640 at Hartford, Hartford, CT;503 died Sep 1640 at Hartford, Hartford, CT; CD 100.

He

Richard Lyman, baptized, High Ongar, Essex England, October 30, 1580; died Hartford, CT., August 1640; married Sarah Osborn, daughter of Roger Osborn of Halstead, County, Kent, England.

In 1629 he sold his lands, orchards and gardens in the parish of Ongar to John Grower and sailed with his wife and children on August 1631 in the ship "Lion," WIlliam Pierce, master , for New England. On this same vessel were Martha Winthrop, third wife of governor Winthrop, William and Thomas Hills, and many others. They landed at Boston, MA. Richard Lyman, William Hills with others in 1635 joined Hooker's removal to Hartford, CT., where they became original proprietors.

The eight children of Richard14 LYMAN Sr and Sarah OSBORN (see #8395) all born at High Ongar, Essex, ENG, were as follows:

8395. Sarah14 OSBORN (Roger OSBORNE, #16790); died at Hartford, Hartford, CT; CD 101; born 1584 at Halstead, Kent, ENG; CD 101; married Richard LYMAN Sr (see #8394), son of Henry Robert LYMAN and Elizabeth RANDE, 1602; CD 101.

8468. Thomas14 HALE (William, #16936); born circa 1575 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 229J-Q4; married Joan KIRBY (see #8469), daughter of John KIRBY and Joan CRANFIELD, 19 Oct 1601 at W, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 229J-Q4; died 19 Oct 1630 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 229J-Q4.

The only child of Thomas14 HALE and Joan KIRBY (see #8469) was:

8469. Joan14 KIRBY (John, #16938); born circa 1580 at Little Mundon, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 229J-R9, CD 100; married Thomas HALE (see #8468), son of William HALE and Rose BOND, 19 Oct 1601 at W, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 229J-Q4; died 29 Oct 1640 at Hertford, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 229J-R9.

8470. Henry14 SMITH (Ambrose, #16940); born circa 1600 at Norwich, N, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 3QR6-KQ; married Dorothy COTTON (see #8471) circa 1633 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 3QR6-KQ; died 9 Aug 1648 at Greenwich, Fairfield, CT; LDS Church Records AFN: 3QR6-KQ.

The only child of Henry14 SMITH and Dorothy COTTON (see #8471) was:

8471. Dorothy14 COTTON; born circa 1611 at Norwich, N, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8PH5-ZX; married Henry SMITH (see #8470), son of Ambrose SMITH and Margaret CECIL, circa 1633 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 3QR6-KQ; died circa 1694; LDS Church Records AFN: 8PH5-ZX.

8474 . David14 CARPENTER Sr (see #4106 )

8475 . Elizabeth14 (see #4107 )

8480. Henry14 SCOTT (Edmund, #16960); born 1 Nov 1560 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 2JZ1-55; married Martha WHATLOCK (see #8481), daughter of Thomas WHATLOCK and Joanna/Joan, 25 Jul 1594 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 2JZ1-55; died 24 Dec 1624 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG, at age 64; LDS Church Records AFN: 2JZ1-55.

The four children of Henry14 SCOTT and Martha WHATLOCK (see #8481) all born at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG, were as follows:

8481. Martha14 WHATLOCK (Thomas, #16962); died; christened 18 Jul 1568 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100; born circa 1576 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 545b-NW; married Henry SCOTT (see #8480), son of Edmund SCOTT Sr and Joan, 25 Jul 1594 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 2JZ1-55.

8482. Christopher14 STRUTT (, #16964); born circa 1565 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 2JZ1-7H. CD 100; married Anne WALLER (see #8483), daughter of John WALLER and Jane, 14 Jul 1590 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 2JZ1-7H; married Suasn; CD 100; died 16 Feb 1627 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; married Anne WALLER, daughter of John WALLER and Jane, 21 Oct 1639 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100.

The four children of Christopher14 STRUTT and Anne WALLER (see #8483) were as follows:

8483. Anne14 WALLER (John, #16966); married Benjamin SCOTT, son of Thomas SCOTT Sr and Elizabeth STRUTT; CD 100; born 8 Feb 1561 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN; married Christopher STRUTT (see #8482), son of STRUTT, 14 Jul 1590 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 2JZ1-7H; died 22 Jul 1611 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG, at age 50; LDS Church Records AFN; married Christopher STRUTT, son of STRUTT, 21 Oct 1639 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100.

8720. Robert14 KNAPPE; died; born circa 1537 at ENG; married Jane (see #8721) circa 1558 at ENG.

The only child of Robert14 KNAPPE and Jane (see #8721) was:

8721. Jane14; died; born circa 1514 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: GX1R-RM; married Robert KNAPPE (see #8720) circa 1558 at ENG.

8722. Richard14 BLOIS; died; born circa 1513 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 93TZ-JT; married Rose FISHER (see #8723) circa 1540 at ENG.

The only child of Richard14 BLOIS and Rose FISHER (see #8723) was:

8723. Rose14 FISHER; died; born circa 1517 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 93TZ-K1; married Richard BLOIS (see #8722) circa 1540 at ENG.

8726. William14 COWPER; died; born circa 1546; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-7D; married Alice LUDBROOK (see #8727) circa 1570 at ENG.

The only child of William14 COWPER and Alice LUDBROOK (see #8727) was:

8727. Alice14 LUDBROOK; died; born circa 1548; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-8K; married William COWPER (see #8726) circa 1570 at ENG.

8744. John14 HOYT; died at Dorchester, Dorset, ENG; born circa 1565 at Upway, Dorset, ENG; married Ruth (see #8745) circa 1589 at Dorset, ENG.

The only child of John14 HOYT and Ruth (see #8745) was:

8745. Ruth14; born circa 1565 at ENG; married John HOYT (see #8744) circa 1589 at Dorset, ENG; died circa 1664 at ENG.

8748. Thomas14 BRUNDISH; died; born 1559; LDS Church Records AFN: G9XJ-GL; married Agnes THOMPSON (see #8749) circa 1593.

The only child of Thomas14 BRUNDISH and Agnes THOMPSON (see #8749) was:

8749. Agnes14 THOMPSON; died; born circa 1564; LDS Church Records AFN: G9XJ-HR; married Thomas BRUNDISH (see #8748) circa 1593.

8760. Robert14 KNAPPE; died; born circa 1537 at ENG; married Jane (see #8721) circa 1558 at ENG.

The only child of Robert14 KNAPPE and Jane (see #8721) was:

8761. Jane14; died; born circa 1514 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: GX1R-RM; married Robert KNAPPE (see #8720) circa 1558 at ENG.

8762. Richard14 BLOIS; died; born circa 1513 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 93TZ-JT; married Rose FISHER (see #8723) circa 1540 at ENG.

The only child of Richard14 BLOIS and Rose FISHER (see #8723) was:

8763. Rose14 FISHER; died; born circa 1517 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 93TZ-K1; married Richard BLOIS (see #8722) circa 1540 at ENG.

8766. William14 COWPER; died; born circa 1546; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-7D; married Alice LUDBROOK (see #8727) circa 1570 at ENG.

The only child of William14 COWPER and Alice LUDBROOK (see #8727) was:

8767. Alice14 LUDBROOK; died; born circa 1548; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-8K; married William COWPER (see #8726) circa 1570 at ENG.

8810. William14 COWPER; died; born circa 1546; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-7D; married Alice LUDBROOK (see #8727) circa 1570 at ENG.

The only child of William14 COWPER and Alice LUDBROOK (see #8727) was:

8811. Alice14 LUDBROOK; died; born circa 1548; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-8K; married William COWPER (see #8726) circa 1570 at ENG.

8848. Robert14 KNAPPE; died; born circa 1537 at ENG; married Jane (see #8721) circa 1558 at ENG.

The only child of Robert14 KNAPPE and Jane (see #8721) was:

8849. Jane14; died; born circa 1514 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: GX1R-RM; married Robert KNAPPE (see #8720) circa 1558 at ENG.

8850. Richard14 BLOIS; died; born circa 1513 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 93TZ-JT; married Rose FISHER (see #8723) circa 1540 at ENG.

The only child of Richard14 BLOIS and Rose FISHER (see #8723) was:

8851. Rose14 FISHER; died; born circa 1517 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 93TZ-K1; married Richard BLOIS (see #8722) circa 1540 at ENG.

8854. William14 COWPER; died; born circa 1546; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-7D; married Alice LUDBROOK (see #8727) circa 1570 at ENG.

The only child of William14 COWPER and Alice LUDBROOK (see #8727) was:

8855. Alice14 LUDBROOK; died; born circa 1548; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-8K; married William COWPER (see #8726) circa 1570 at ENG.

8872. John14 HOYT; died at Dorchester, Dorset, ENG; born circa 1565 at Upway, Dorset, ENG; married Ruth (see #8745) circa 1589 at Dorset, ENG.

The only child of John14 HOYT and Ruth (see #8745) was:

8873. Ruth14; born circa 1565 at ENG; married John HOYT (see #8744) circa 1589 at Dorset, ENG; died circa 1664 at ENG.

8876. Thomas14 BRUNDISH; died; born 1559; LDS Church Records AFN: G9XJ-GL; married Agnes THOMPSON (see #8749) circa 1593.

The only child of Thomas14 BRUNDISH and Agnes THOMPSON (see #8749) was:

8877. Agnes14 THOMPSON; died; born circa 1564; LDS Church Records AFN: G9XJ-HR; married Thomas BRUNDISH (see #8748) circa 1593.

8888. Robert14 KNAPPE; died; born circa 1537 at ENG; married Jane (see #8721) circa 1558 at ENG.

The only child of Robert14 KNAPPE and Jane (see #8721) was:

8889. Jane14; died; born circa 1514 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: GX1R-RM; married Robert KNAPPE (see #8720) circa 1558 at ENG.

8890. Richard14 BLOIS; died; born circa 1513 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 93TZ-JT; married Rose FISHER (see #8723) circa 1540 at ENG.

The only child of Richard14 BLOIS and Rose FISHER (see #8723) was:

8891. Rose14 FISHER; died; born circa 1517 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 93TZ-K1; married Richard BLOIS (see #8722) circa 1540 at ENG.

8894. William14 COWPER; died; born circa 1546; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-7D; married Alice LUDBROOK (see #8727) circa 1570 at ENG.

The only child of William14 COWPER and Alice LUDBROOK (see #8727) was:

8895. Alice14 LUDBROOK; died; born circa 1548; LDS Church Records AFN: 9MZV-8K; married William COWPER (see #8726) circa 1570 at ENG.

8916 . Edmund14 LOCKWOOD Sr (see #4362 )

8917 . Alice14 COWPER (William, #8726) (see #4363 )

8920. William14 NEWMAN; died; born circa 1559; married an unknown person circa 1582.

The only child of William14 NEWMAN and an unknown spouse was:

8948 . Edmund14 LOCKWOOD Sr (see #4362 )

8949 . Alice14 COWPER (William, #8726) (see #4363 )

Generation Fifteen

16596. Robert15 DETTON Lord; died; born circa 1529 at ENG; CD 100; married Mary KITTLEBY (see #16597) circa 1550; CD 100.

The only child of Robert15 DETTON Lord and Mary KITTLEBY (see #16597) was:

16597. Mary15 KITTLEBY; died; born circa 1532 at ENG; CD 100; married Robert DETTON Lord (see #16596) circa 1550; CD 100.

16598. Walter15 THOMAS; died; married an unknown person circa 1550 at ENG; CD 100.

The only child of Walter15 THOMAS and an unknown spouse was:

16604. John15 TOMES Sr (William (Tommys), #33208); married Alice HARBURNE (see #16605), daughter of Thomas HARBURNE, circa 1520 at Long Marston, ENG; born circa 1525 at Long Marston, Gloucester, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: FX1N-Q1; married an unknown person circa 1527 at Long Marston, Gloucester, ENG; died 20 Mar 1548 at Long Marston, Gloucester, ENG; Hale, House & Related Families by Jacobus p. 779.

The only child of John15 TOMES Sr and Alice HARBURNE (see #16605) was:

16605. Alice15 HARBURNE (Thomas, #33210); born circa 1513 at Long Marston, Gloucester, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: FX1N-R6; married John TOMES Sr (see #16604), son of William (Tommys) TOMES, circa 1520 at Long Marston, ENG; died 30 Feb 1588 at Long Marston, Gloucester, ENG.

16606. Richard15 GUNNE; died; married Anne FULWOOD (see #16607), daughter of Robert FULWOOD Jr, at ENG; Hale, House & Related Families by Jacobus p.780; born circa 1519 at ENG; Hale, House & Related Families by Jacobus p.780, CD 100.

The only child of Richard15 GUNNE and Anne FULWOOD (see #16607) was:

16607. Anne15 FULWOOD (Robert, #33214); died; married Richard GUNNE (see #16606) at ENG; Hale, House & Related Families by Jacobus p.780; born circa 1545 at Little Alne, Aston Cantlow, Warwick, ENG; Hale, House & Related Families by Jacobus p.780.

16624. John (LUMMUYS, LUMMUYS)15 LOOMIS Sr (Thomas LUMMYS, #33248); born Jan 1536 at Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records; married Christine (Kyrsten) PASFIELD (see #16625) circa 1561 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records; died 12 Apr 1567 at Braintree, Essex, ENG, at age 31.

The only child of John (LUMMUYS, LUMMUYS)15 LOOMIS Sr and Christine (Kyrsten) PASFIELD (see #16625) was:

16625. Christine (Kyrsten)15 PASFIELD; born circa 1526 at Rettendon, Essex, ENG; CD 100; married John (LUMMUYS, LUMMUYS) LOOMIS Sr (see #16624), son of Thomas LUMMYS Sr and Ann STEPHEN, circa 1561 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records; died circa 1567 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; CD 100.

16626. John15 LINGWOOD Jr (John, #33252); born circa 1534 at Braintree, Essex, ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales; married Jane MARLAR (see #16627), daughter of William MARLAR and Margaret (Ann) PERYE, circa 1571 at Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records; died circa 1592 at Kelvden, Essex, ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales.

The only child of John15 LINGWOOD Jr and Jane MARLAR (see #16627) was:

16627. Jane15 MARLAR (William, #33254); born circa 1530 at Kelvden, Essex, ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales; married John LINGWOOD Jr (see #16626), son of John LINGWOOD Sr, circa 1571 at Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records; died circa 1592 at ENG; LDS Church Records.

16630. William15 ALLGAR; born circa 1536 at Shalford, Essex, ENG; Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor, CT. by Stiles p. 432; married Margaret (Ann) PARYE (see #16631) circa 1560; died circa 1575.

The only child of William15 ALLGAR and Margaret (Ann) PARYE (see #16631) was:

16631. Margaret (Ann)15 PARYE; born circa 1540; married William ALLGAR (see #16630) circa 1560; died circa 1612.

16632. Thomas15 JUDD; born circa 1520 at Trevalga, ENG; CD 100; married an unknown person circa 1543 at Trevalga, ENG; CD 100; died 4 Nov 1543 at Trevalga, ENG; CD 100.

The only child of Thomas15 JUDD and an unknown spouse was:

16720. William15 ROCKWELL; born circa 1500 at ENG; married Mariam WYKE PYKE KYNE (see #16721) circa 1540 at Fitzhead, Somerset, ENG; died 23 Dec 1577 at Fitzhead, Somerset, ENG; Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 2. p. 90.

The four children of William15 ROCKWELL and Mariam WYKE PYKE KYNE (see #16721) were as follows:

16721. Mariam15 WYKE PYKE KYNE; born circa 1520 at ENG; married William ROCKWELL (see #16720) circa 1540 at Fitzhead, Somerset, ENG; died 4 Oct 1598 at Fitzhead, Somerset, ENG; Search For Passingers of the Mary & John, Vol 2. p. 90.

16726. Abner15 PURCHASE; died; born circa 1552 at Dorchester, Dorset, ENG; married Thomazine HARRIS (see #16727) circa 1575 at ENG.

The only child of Abner15 PURCHASE and Thomazine HARRIS (see #16727) was:

16727. Thomazine15 HARRIS; died; born circa 1556 at ENG; married Abner PURCHASE (see #16726) circa 1575 at ENG.

16784. William15 HILLS; born circa 1515 at ENG; married Lucy RYVES (see #16785) circa 1563 at ENG; died 1594 at Pitminster, ENG.

The only child of William15 HILLS and Lucy RYVES (see #16785) was:

16785. Lucy15 RYVES; died; born circa 1515 at ENG; married William HILLS (see #16784) circa 1563 at ENG.

16788. Henry Robert15 LYMAN (John, #33576); married Elizabeth RANDE (see #16789) at ENG; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88; born circa 1552; CD 101; died 4 May 1605; CD 101.

The six children of Henry Robert15 LYMAN and Elizabeth RANDE (see #16789) were as follows:

16789. Elizabeth15 RANDE; born at Navistroke, Essex, ENG; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88 and CD 100; married Henry Robert LYMAN (see #16788), son of John LYMAN, at ENG; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88; died 1587 at Navistroke, Essex, ENG; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88 and CD 100.

16790. Roger15 OSBORNE; died; born at Halstead, Kent, ENG; Lyman Book, DAR Library, p. 23; married an unknown person at Halstead, Kent, ENG; Lyman Book, DAR Library, p. 23.

The only child of Roger15 OSBORNE and an unknown spouse was:

16936. William15 HALE (Richard, #33872); born circa 1551 at Kings, Walden, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 840M-L8; married Rose BOND (see #16937), daughter of George BOND and Winifred LEIGH, circa 1573 at ENG; died 27 Aug 1634 at Kings, Walden, ENG.

The only child of William15 HALE and Rose BOND (see #16937) was:

16937. Rose15 BOND (George, #33874); born at Kings, Walden, ENG; CD 100; married William HALE (see #16936), son of Richard HALE and Mary LAMBERT, circa 1573 at ENG; died 31 Jul 1648; CD 100.

16938. John15 KIRBY; born circa 1551 at Hertford, ENG; CD 100; married Joan CRANFIELD (see #16939) 23 Dec 1576 at Walton at Stone, ENG; CD 100; died circa 1628 at CT.

The only child of John15 KIRBY and Joan CRANFIELD (see #16939) was:

16939. Joan15 CRANFIELD; born circa 1555 at Little Mundon, ENG; CD 100; married John KIRBY (see #16938) 23 Dec 1576 at Walton at Stone, ENG; CD 100; died 29 Oct 1640 at CT; CD 100.

16940. Ambrose15 SMITH; died; born circa 1561 at Withlock, L, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: N61K-CF; married Margaret CECIL (see #16941) circa 1598.

The only child of Ambrose15 SMITH and Margaret CECIL (see #16941) was:

16941. Margaret15 CECIL; died; born circa 1562 at Leicester, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: N61T-W9; married Ambrose SMITH (see #16940) circa 1598.

16960. Edmund15 SCOTT Sr; born 1524 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8XPR-6K. CD 100; married Joan (see #16961) circa 1555 at ENG; CD 100; died 1621 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100; buried 14 Aug 1621 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100.

The nine children of Edmund15 SCOTT Sr and Joan (see #16961) were as follows:

16961. Joan15; born 1532 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9M7G-SD. CD 100; married Edmund SCOTT Sr (see #16960) circa 1555 at ENG; CD 100; died 15 May 1615 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 9M7G-SD.

16962. Thomas15 WHATLOCK (John, #33924); born circa 1535 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100; married Joanna/Joan (see #16963) circa 1560 at ENG; CD 100; died 25 Jan 1608 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100.

The three children of Thomas15 WHATLOCK and Joanna/Joan (see #16963) were as follows:

16963. Joanna/Joan15; died; born circa 1544 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100; married Thomas WHATLOCK (see #16962), son of John WHATLOCK and AGNES, circa 1560 at ENG; CD 100.

16964. STRUTT15; died; born 1543 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: RG4J-LG; married an unknown person circa 1563 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: RG4J-LG.

The only child of STRUTT15 and an unknown spouse was:

16966. John15 WALLER; died; born at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: BSSB-9D. CD 100; married Jane (see #16967) circa 1555 at ENG.

The eight children of John15 WALLER and Jane (see #16967) all born at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG, were as follows:

16967. Jane15; born circa 1531 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: BSSB-BK; married John WALLER (see #16966) circa 1555 at ENG; died 1601; CD 100; buried 29 Jul 1601 at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100.

17834 . William15 COWPER (see #8726 )

17835 . Alice15 LUDBROOK (see #8727 )

17898 . William15 COWPER (see #8726 )

17899 . Alice15 LUDBROOK (see #8727 )

Generation Sixteen

33208. William (Tommys)16 TOMES; died; born circa 1462 at Long Marston, Gloucester, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: FZZO-Q7; married an unknown person circa 1487 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: FZZO-Q7.

The only child of William (Tommys)16 TOMES and an unknown spouse was:

33210. Thomas16 HARBURNE; died; born circa 1487; LDS Church Records AFN: J6P1-DB; married an unknown person circa 1510 at ENG.

The only child of Thomas16 HARBURNE and an unknown spouse was:

33214. Robert16 FULWOOD Jr (Robert, #66428); died; married an unknown person circa 1512 at Little Alne, Aston Cantlow, Warwick, ENG; born circa 1515 at Little Alne, Aston Cantlow, Warwick, ENG; Hale, House & Related Families by Jacobus p.780.

The only child of Robert16 FULWOOD Jr and an unknown spouse was:

33248. Thomas16 LUMMYS Sr (Laurent LUMMYUS, #66496); born circa 1507 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records; married Ann STEPHEN (see #33249) circa 1535 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: H03Z-0S; died 28 Oct 1551 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records.

The only child of Thomas16 LUMMYS Sr and Ann STEPHEN (see #33249) was:

33249. Ann16 STEPHEN; died; born circa 1518 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records; married Thomas LUMMYS Sr (see #33248), son of Laurent LUMMYUS and Elizabeth, circa 1535 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: H03Z-0S.

33252. John16 LINGWOOD Sr (W, #66504); died; married an unknown person at ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales; born circa 1501 at ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales.

The only child of John16 LINGWOOD Sr and an unknown spouse was:

33254. William16 MARLAR (T, #66508); born circa 1515 at Kelvden, ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales; married Margaret (Ann) PERYE (see #33255), daughter of T PERYE, circa 1535 at ENG; died circa 1595 at Kelvden, ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales.

The only child of William16 MARLAR and Margaret (Ann) PERYE (see #33255) was:

33255. Margaret (Ann)16 PERYE (T, #66510); married William MARLAR (see #33254), son of T MARLAR and M WHITE, circa 1535 at ENG; born circa 1540 at Bradford, Essex, ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales; died 25 Aug 1612 at Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records.

33576. John16 LYMAN (Henry, #67152); married an unknown person; CD 101; born circa 1516 at Navistroke, Essex, ENG; CD 100; died circa 1587 at Navistroke, Essex, ENG; CD 100.

The only child of John16 LYMAN and an unknown spouse was:

33872. Richard16 HALE (Thomas, #67744); born circa 1536 at Codicots, Hertfordshire, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 84OM-QX; married Mary LAMBERT (see #33873) 1555 at ENG; died 3 Feb 1620 at Kings Walden, H, ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 84OM-QX.

The only child of Richard16 HALE and Mary LAMBERT (see #33873) was:

33873. Mary16 LAMBERT; died; born circa 1540 at Kings Walden, H, ENG; married Richard HALE (see #33872), son of Thomas HALE and Anne MITCHEL, 1555 at ENG.

33874. George16 BOND; died; born circa 1534; LDS Church Records AFN: MGM2-VB; married Winifred LEIGH (see #33875) circa 1553 at ENG.

The only child of George16 BOND and Winifred LEIGH (see #33875) was:

33875. Winifred16 LEIGH; died; born circa 1538; married George BOND (see #33874) circa 1553 at ENG.

33924. John16 WHATLOCK; died; born; CD 100; married AGNES (see #33925) at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100.

The only child of John16 WHATLOCK and AGNES (see #33925) was:

33925. AGNES16; died; born; CD 100; married John WHATLOCK (see #33924) at Rattlesden, Suffolk, ENG; CD 100.

Generation Seventeen

66428. Robert17 FULWOOD Sr (John, #132856); born circa 1475 at Clay Hall, Tanworth, Warwick, ENG; Hale, House & Related Families by Jacobus p.780. CD 100; married Margaret MITTON (see #66429), daughter of John MYTTON Jr, circa 1517 at ENG; died 1532; CD 100.

The only child of Robert17 FULWOOD Sr and Margaret MITTON (see #66429) was:

66429. Margaret17 MITTON (John MYTTON, #132858); died; born circa 1490 at Weston, Stafford, ENG; Hale, House & Related Families by Jacobus p.780; married Robert FULWOOD Sr (see #66428), son of John FULWOOD and Agnes HUBBARD, circa 1517 at ENG.

66496. Laurent17 LUMMYUS (Oliver, #132992); born circa 1491 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records; died circa 1540 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8N04-TH; married Elizabeth (see #66497) circa 1540 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8N04-TH.

The only child of Laurent17 LUMMYUS and Elizabeth (see #66497) was:

66497. Elizabeth17; died; born circa 1493 at Thaxted, Essex, ENG; LDS Church Records; married Laurent LUMMYUS (see #66496), son of Oliver LUMMYUS, circa 1540 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8N04-TH.

66504. W17 LINGWOOD; died; born circa 1470 at ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales; married an unknown person circa 1498 at ENG.

The only child of W17 LINGWOOD and an unknown spouse was:

66508. T17 MARLAR; died; born circa 1475 at ENG; married M WHITE (see #66509) circa 1513 at Kelvden, ENG.

The only child of T17 MARLAR and M WHITE (see #66509) was:

66509. M17 WHITE; born circa 1496 at ENG; Dr. Ronald B. Hales; married T MARLAR (see #66508) circa 1513 at Kelvden, ENG.

66510. T17 PERYE; died; born circa 1498 at ENG; married an unknown person circa 1521 at ENG.

The only child of T17 PERYE and an unknown spouse was:

67152. Henry17 LYMAN (Thomas, #134304); died; born 1486; CD 100; married Alicia HYDE (see #67153), daughter of Simon HYDE, circa 1506; CD 100.

The only child of Henry17 LYMAN and Alicia HYDE (see #67153) was:

67153. Alicia17 HYDE (Simon, #134306); died; born circa 1486; CD 100; married Henry LYMAN (see #67152), son of Thomas LYMAN and Elizabeth LAMBERT, circa 1506; CD 100.

67744. Thomas17 HALE; died; born circa 1516 at ENG; married Anne MITCHEL (see #67745), daughter of Edmund MITCHELL, circa 1534 at ENG.

The only child of Thomas17 HALE and Anne MITCHEL (see #67745) was:

67745. Anne17 MITCHEL (Edmund MITCHELL, #135490); died; born circa 1516 at ENG; married Thomas HALE (see #67744) circa 1534 at ENG.

Generation Eighteen

132856. John18 FULWOOD; died; born circa 1423 at ENG; CD 100; married Agnes HUBBARD (see #132857) circa 1473 at ENG; CD 100.

The only child of John18 FULWOOD and Agnes HUBBARD (see #132857) was:

132857. Agnes18 HUBBARD; died; born circa 1445 at Baidon, Warwick, ENG; CD 100; married John FULWOOD (see #132856) circa 1473 at ENG; CD 100.

132858. John18 MYTTON Jr (John, #265716); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; married an unknown person; died 1532; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve.

The only child of John18 MYTTON Jr and an unknown spouse was:

132992. Oliver18 LUMMYUS; born circa 1469 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8N04-WT; married an unknown person circa 1490 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8N04-WT; died circa 1535 at ENG; LDS Church Records AFN: 8N04-WT.

The only child of Oliver18 LUMMYUS and an unknown spouse was:

134304. Thomas18 LYMAN (John LEMON, #268608); married Elizabeth LAMBERT (see #134305), daughter of Henry LAMBERT, circa 1488 at High Ongar, Essex, ENG; CD 100; died 1509 at ENG.

The only child of Thomas18 LYMAN and Elizabeth LAMBERT (see #134305) was:

134305. Elizabeth18 LAMBERT (Henry, #268610); born; CD 100; died; married Thomas LYMAN (see #134304), son of John LEMON Jr, circa 1488 at High Ongar, Essex, ENG; CD 100.

134306. Simon18 HYDE; born at ENG; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88; died; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88; married an unknown person; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88.

The only child of Simon18 HYDE and an unknown spouse was:

135490. Edmund18 MITCHELL; died; born circa 1515; married an unknown person circa 1538 at ENG.

The only child of Edmund18 MITCHELL and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Nineteen

265716. John19 MYTTON Sr (William, #531432); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; married an unknown person; died 1490; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve.

The only child of John19 MYTTON Sr and an unknown spouse was:

268608. John19 LEMON Jr (John, #537216); born at ENG; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88; died; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88; married an unknown person at ENG; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88.

The only child of John19 LEMON Jr and an unknown spouse was:

268610. Henry19 LAMBERT (Robert, #537220); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married an unknown person.

The only child of Henry19 LAMBERT and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Twenty

531432. William20 MYTTON (Richard, #.1E+7); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married an unknown person.

The two children of William20 MYTTON and an unknown spouse were as follows:

537216. John20 LEMON; died at Norton, Mandeville, Co. Essex; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88; married an unknown person; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88; born at London, London, ENG; Cape Cod Series, Vol 2, p. 88.

The only child of John20 LEMON and an unknown spouse was:

537220. Robert20 LAMBERT (WIlliam, #.1E+7); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married an unknown person.

The only child of Robert20 LAMBERT and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Twenty-One

.1E+7. Richard21 MYTTON Sir; born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married Margaret PERSHALL (see #.1E+7), daughter of Adam PERSHALL and Joyce de BATEOURT; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve.

The only child of Richard21 MYTTON Sir and Margaret PERSHALL (see #.1E+7) was:

The only child of WIlliam21 LAMBERT Sir and Johanna UMFREVILLE (see #.1E+7) was:

Generation Twenty-Two

.2E+7. Adam22 PERSHALL (Adam, #.4E+7); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married Joyce de BATEOURT (see #.2E+7); Birth Chart of Adam and Eve.

The only child of Adam22 PERSHALL and Joyce de BATEOURT (see #.2E+7) was:

The only child of Alan22 LAMBERT and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Twenty-Three

.4E+7. Adam23 PERSHALL Sir (Richard, #.8E+7); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married an unknown person; married Joyce de BATEOURT.

The only child of Adam23 PERSHALL Sir and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Twenty-Four

.8E+7. Richard24 PERSHALL Sir II (Richard de PERSHALL, #.1E+8); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married an unknown person.

The only child of Richard24 PERSHALL Sir II and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Twenty-Five

.1E+8. Richard25 de PERSHALL Sir (Robert, #.3E+8); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married an unknown person.

The two children of Richard25 de PERSHALL Sir and an unknown spouse were as follows:

Generation Twenty-Six

.3E+8. Robert26 de PERSHALL; born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married (--?--) GERTRUDE (see #.3E+8), daughter of (--?--) HOWEL ap MADOC and (--?--) (--?--).

The only child of Robert26 de PERSHALL and (--?--) GERTRUDE (see #.3E+8) was:

The only child of Thomas26 LAMBERT and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Twenty-Seven

.6E+8. (--?--)27 HOWEL ap MADOC ((--?--) MADOC, #.1E+9); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married (--?--) (--?--) (see #.6E+8).

The only child of (--?--)27 HOWEL ap MADOC and (--?--) (--?--) (see #.6E+8) was:

The only child of John27 LAMBERT and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Twenty-Eight

.1E+9. (--?--)28 MADOC ((--?--) GRIFFITH GOCH, #.2E+9); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married an unknown person.

The only child of (--?--)28 MADOC and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Twenty-Nine

.2E+9. (--?--)29 GRIFFITH GOCH ((--?--) GRIFFITH VELE, #.5E+9); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married an unknown person.

The only child of (--?--)29 GRIFFITH GOCH and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Thirty

.5E+9. (--?--)30 GRIFFITH VELE ((--?--) MADOC, #******); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married an unknown person.

The only child of (--?--)30 GRIFFITH VELE and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Thirty-One

******. (--?--)31 MADOC ((--?--) IDNERTH, #******); born; Birth Chart of Adam and Eve; died; married an unknown person.

The only child of (--?--)31 MADOC and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Thirty-Two

The only child of (--?--)32 IDNERTH and an unknown spouse was:

Generation Thirty-Three

The only child of Elystan33 GLODRYDD and Gwenilian EINION (see #******) was:

Generation Thirty-Four

The only child of (--?--)34 EINION and an unknown spouse was:




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