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John Watson of Hartford, Conn., and his descendants

a genealogy

by Watson, Thomas

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Published by Printed for the U.Q. Club in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Watson family,
  • Watson, John, d. 1650

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Thomas Watson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.W34 1865
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. ;
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7008692M
    LC Control Number09015480
    OCLC/WorldCa3165852

    One of the Parkers, Thomas espoused the cause of Roger Williams and went to the Hartford Plantation, Conn., and one of the descendants of Tomas emigrated to Pennsylvania, and he or one of his descendants of Thomas emigrated to Pennsylvania, and he or one of his descendants went to Hampshire County, VA., from whose line comes John (1), father of. The history and genealogies of ancient Windsor, Connecticut: (Hartford, Conn., Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, ), by Henry Reed Stiles (page images at HathiTrust) The history of ancient Windsor, Connecticut, including East Windsor, South Windsor, and Ellington, prior to , (New York, C. B. Norton, ), by Henry Reed.

    Don't just accept it as fact. For example, on page 75 where my GGGgrandfather # Victor is shown, it lists his father as # John, b However, Victor was born in as shown in census records. It also shows one of John's grandchildren, # John R., as being born in That would have to mean that # John was a grandfather at age /5(5). John Mason (October, – Janu ), was an early English settler, soldier, commander, and Deputy Governor of the Connecticut was best known for leading the English settlers at an attack on the Pequot and the Mystic Fort, an event that ended up being known as the Mystic Massacre which effectively ended the hegemony of the Pequot tribe in southeast : October , Ravensthorpe, Northamptonshire, .

    History. Founded in by a Puritan settlement party of "10 Men" including John Oldham, Robert Seeley, Thomas Topping and Nathaniel Foote, Wethersfield is arguably the oldest town in Connecticut, depending on one's interpretation of when a remote settlement qualifies as a "town". Along with Windsor and Hartford, Wethersfield is represented by one of the three grapevines on the Flag of Country: United States. was Elder John White who landed at Boston, Massachusetts in Elder White and his descendents, including Leverett, are recorded in the book Memorials of Elder John White, One of the First Settlers of Hartford, Conn. and His Descendants by Allyn Stanley Kellogg, published in


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Book Title: Richard Seymour of Hartford and Norwalk, Conn, and some of his descendants 1, GEDCOM Source @[email protected] Ancestry Family Trees Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Original data: Children: Capt.

Thomas Seymour, Margaret Root, Mary North, Nathaniel Seymour, John Seymour. John Watson of Hartford, Conn., and his descendants: a genealogy Author: Watson, Thomas, b. Published: () Help support the programs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

Zachariah Watson was born in Hartford, Connecticut, on 27 November ; he was the eldest child of Cyprian Watson and Elizabeth Steele. He married Hannah (maiden surname unknown), settled in New Hartford, Connecticut, where he was collector, and had four children with her -- Zachariah, Elizabeth, Amariah, and Caleb.

STEELE FAMILY - GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF JOHN AND GEORGE STEELE ; SETTLERS OF HARTFORD CONN. ; THEIR DESCENDANTS. BY DANIEL STEELE DURRIE. CONTRIBUTED BY JODI CATANO. PREFACE. Some ten years since, the writer began, for his own amusement chiefly, to collect genealogical information respecting the Steele family in the United States.

Historical Note. From Robert S. Scharpff letter to Connecticut State Library, Ap "Charles W. Skinner, who died in in Fresno, Calif., spent about fifteen years of his adult life (from about to ) actively tracing the Skinner family of Connecticut genealogy and for maybe twenty or more years thereafter in less active research in the same direction.

History and genealogy of the Watson family, descendants of Matthew Watson, who came to America in John Watson of Hartford, Conn., and his descendants: a genealogy Reverend 1 Shoemaker, Mary Craig, 1 Trickle, Mary 1 Watson, John Lee, 1 Watson, May Mathis Green 1 Watson, Ralph.

Born 7 FEb New Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut. Father's name Zachariah Watson, mother Hannah. Zachariah and Hannah Watson also had a daughter Elizabeth born 21 Mar in New Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut,British Colonial America. Compare with Watson Amariah's parentage is seen in this book on Watson : Eleanor (Burr) Watson, Lucy (Scott) Pettibone.

In there was published the "Memorials of Elder John White and of His Descendants," a very remarkably complete work and the numbers given here are the same as those in that volume. Samuel Henry St John ; Florence 9 St. John, b. Mar. 13,N. City, m. Feb. 11,Edwin Watson Pond, b.

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PLEASE NOTE: WE PRINT ON. Hartford, CT He married Sarah Watson 23 September in Hartford,Conn.; born ca. ; died Aft. March / A Merrill Memorial: It is probable that he went to Hartford before coming of age, for he is said to have been adopted by Gregory Wilterton of that town.

He was admitted a freeman 20 May Marriage 1 Mabel Hurlbert b: 23 Feb / in East Hartford, Conn. Married: 27 Mar in East Hartford, Conn.

Children Elisha Benjamin, Jr. b: 12 Jun in East Hartford, Conn. David Benjamin b: 27 May in East Windsor, Conn. Mabel Benjamin b: 12 Apr in East Hartford, Conn. Guy Benjamin b: 8 May in East Hartford, Conn. Descendants of John *Merrill and Sarah Watson Generation No. 1 1. JOHN7 *MERRILL (NATHANIEL6, NATHANIEL5, JOHN4 *MERRELL, THE YOUNGER, JOHN3 *MERYELL, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Bef.

Febru /36 in Lawford, Essex, England. MH:S North America, Family Histories, Operations, Inc. Book Title: Richard Seymour of Hartford and Norwalk, Conn, and some of his descendants GEDCOM Source @[email protected] Ancestry Family Trees Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry en: Abigail Peckett, Thomas Seymour, Mercy Seymour, Hannah Bushnell, Matthew Seymour.

Rev. 16 Feb. DEACON GEORGE GRAVES. Settler of Hartford, Connecticut. and His Descendants. GENERATION 1. George Graves (1), referred to in many documents as Deacon George Graves (often spelled Grave, without the final "s"), was born in England [1], [2].

Based on the ages of his children, he may have been born about In a Nov. letter from Mrs. Alice K. Howard, who wrote a manuscript on the Genealogy of the family of Thomas Bunce of Hartford, Jacob Bunce moved from Wethersfield, Conn., to Canaan, Conn.

where his 6 children by his first wife, Martha _____, were born and where Martha d. inand Jacob married his second wife Hope Graves in The English Ancestry of Richard Smith Richard Smith Sr.» Stories» The English Ancestry of Richard Smith Jacobus in The American Genealogist (hereinafter TAG) had an article on Richard Smith who was in Withersfield, Conn., by and died there about aged about