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Full text of "The history of ancient Windsor, Connecticut, including East Windsor, South Windsor, and Ellington, prior to 1768"

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SUPPLEMENT 

TO THE 

HISTORY AND GENEALOGIES 

OF 

ANCIENT WINDSOR, CONN., 

CONTAINING 

CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS 

WHICH HAVE ACCRUED SINCE THE PUBLICATION OF THAT WOI^K. 

BY HENRY R. STILES, M. P., 

WOODBllIDGE, N. J. 




ALBANY : 

J. MUNSELL, 78 STATE STREET. 
1863. 



FTof 



TO 
MY FRIEND, 

D. WILLIAMS PATTERSON 

OF WEST WINSTED, CONN., 

AN ENTHUSIASTIC, PATIENT AND ACCURATE GENEALOGIST; 
A SINCERE LOVER OP THE TRUTH, WHICH IS 

THE SOUL or history; 

THIS VOLUME 
IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED. 



NOTE. 



Three years ago, when I published the History and Genealogies of ./Indent 
Windsor, Conn., I was induced, if not compelled, by a super-abundance of 
material, to give my subscribers, without additional charge, over 300 pages 
more than was promised them — an act of generosity which, as it is easy 
to see, was much more advantageous to them than to me. And when, at 
last, relieved from the burdens of authorship and financial cares, I felt that 
I certainly had fully paid (both principal and interest) my share of the debt 
of love which I owed to the old town of Windsor; and little dreamed that I 
should ever again put myself in harness for her historical benefit. But, un- 
fortunately for my " sweet dream of peace," I found myself inwrought into old 
"Windsor's history and interest, I could not henceforth be an uninterested 
looker on, and found myself still tracing out the lines of her ancient families, 
and that — shall I confess it — there was an indefinable charm, for me, in all that 
pertained to Windsor history. Many errors I detected in the printed volume — 
some of clerical, others of typographical origin — some evident faults of com- 
mission, and not unfrequently a fault of omission. These were to have been 
expected ; the utmost circumspection could not have guarded entirely against 
them, in a work of such size, and containing so many dates, names, etc. Cor- 
respondents also constantly furnished me new suggestions, ingenious elucida- 
tions, " missing links," and " unknown quantities," which threw new light 
and value upon my printed page. New sources of authority also came to light, 
by the discovery of ancient records in unthought-of hiding places. What won- 
der is it, then, that the notes which gradually enriched the margins of my 
library copy of the Windsor History, soon grew so voluminous as to suggest 
the idea of a Supplement ? For what Genealogist or Historian, who, when 
he has found a new fact, or a " nugget," is not willing, like the woman in 
the parable, to call his friends and co-laborers together, saying, " Rejoice 
with me; for I have found the piece which I had lost ?" Therefore, I have 
compiled this Supplement; if it convicts me of shortcomings in my former 
work, it will, at least, assure my friends of my desire to make good any de- 
ficiencies, and to add to their pleasure and profit. 



4 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

I have uot blown my trumpet long and loud about this Supplement {for 
honestly, I was afraid of awaking the echoes), but have compiled it simply of 
the new material which has come to hand since the publication of the 
History. 

I am under especial obligations to H. Sidney Hatden, Town Clerk of 
Windsor; to the Town Clerk of Windsor Locks; Mrs. Hiram B. Case, wife 
of the Town Clerk of Bloomfield; Rev. Geo, B. Newcomb of Bloomfield; D. 
Williams PattSirson of West Winsted; Chas. J. Hoadly and Hon. J. Ham- 
mond Trdmbull of Hartford; and to Samdel H. Parsons and Edwin Stearns 
of Middletowu, for favors received in the compilation of this volume. 

And now, as I lay down my pen from correcting the last proof of this Sup- 
plement, I feel that my " labor of love " for Ancient Windsor is finished. If 
the citizens of that venerable town have need, in the future, of the services 
of a historian, they need not apply to their true friend, 

Woodbridge, N. J., Nov., 1862. HENRY REED STILES, M. D. 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS VOLUME. 

In addition to those used in the History of Ancient Windsor, and which are 
probably familiar to its readers, we have employed the following : 

E. W. G. jR.— The Record of Baptisms in the 2d Church of Windsor, after- 
wards the 1st Church of East Windsor, and now the 1st Church of 
South Windsor, from 1761-1845; sometimes called the Cook Record, 
from the family by whom it was commenced and kept for many years. 

R. Mss. — An ancient private record of Births, Marriages and Deaths in Win- 
tonbury parish (now Bloomfield township); furnished to us by Eliza 
Mills Rundall of Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

N. S. R. — The Pastoral Records of the North Society of Windsor, under the 
ministry of the Rev. Theodore Hinsdale, 1761-1794. 

W. C. R. — The Records of the First Church of Windsor, commenced by the 
Rev. D. S. Rowland. Marriages, 1777-1846; Baptisms, 1790-1855; 
Deaths, 1790-1857. 

Why. C. R. — The Records of the First Church of Wintonbury parish (near 
Bloomfield, Ct.), Births, Marriages and Deaths, 1738-18o0. 

Mss. Col. Rec. — Three volumes of ancient Colonial Records, recently disco- 
lored by C. J. Hoadly, State Librarian of Connecticut, and deposited 
in the State Library at Hartford. These volumes contain transcripts of 
the Land Records, and of the Births, Marriages and Deaths of Wind- 
sor, Fairfield, Wethersfield, and some other towns, recorded by order 
of court, and tlius forming duly authenticated and reliable records. 

Bap., Baptized. 

Prob., Probably. 

Poss., Possibly. 

Ment., Mentioned. 

N. B. — Genealogists will hardly need my recommendation to examine 
TrumbuWs Col. Rec. of Connecticut ,• Hoadly ^s Records of the New Haven Colo- 
ny, and Savage's Genealogical Dictionary, in connection with any investiga- 
tions which they may make into Windsor families. In the latter grand and 
valuable work, some corrections will be found for my Windsor History— dis- 
crepancies between the works must be settled by patient investigation — yet 
no one can feel sure that he has exhausted his subject unless he has com- 
pared my volume with the three works mentioned above, and which are in- 
exhaustible treasuries of genealogical information. 



SUPPLEMENT. 



Page 5, line 23, for Medforth read Medford. 

P. 20, 1. 13, for Ellsworth read Ellsworth, 

P. 22, 1. 41, add the same Edward Preston probably, who settled afterwards 
at New Haven. 

P. 22, 1. 42, Edward Pattison, seems not to have been a land holder at 
Windsor, but to have early removed to New Haven, where (according to New 
Haven Col. Rec, ii, 18) he signed the fundamental agreement, June 4, 1639. 
New Eng. His. and Gen. Reg., i±, 362, shows that sister Pattison, wife of 
Edward, had two children baptized, John, January, 1644, and Elizabeth, 
July 12, 1644, at New Haven. John probably died young, as Dodd's East 
Haven Register, p. 149, shows, that in 1662, Thomas Smith m. Elizabeth 
only child of Ed. Pattison, and gives their descendants. He also shows that 
Pattison d. Oct. 31, 1669, D. W. Patterson of West Winsted, Conn., in com- 
municating the above facts concerning his ancestor, says : " I suppose your 
authority for saying that he was in the neighborhood of Hartford as late as 
1670, is (Conn. Col. Rec, ii, p. 130) the grant of land to him by the General 
Court at its May session, 1670, and this puzzled me when taken in connec- 
tion with Dodd's record of his death in 1669. But his petition was very 
likely prepared for the October session in 1669, and not acted upon until May, 
1670 ; for in Conn. Col. Rec, iii, 116, is a notice from Thos. Smith (his son-in- 
law) that he had procured the grant of land to Edward Patterson to be laid 
out to himself, and the court approved it, 'he being the heire of sayd Patte- 
son ; ' this last you see reconciles the whole." 

P. 37, 1. 9, for Norelon read Norton. 

P. 39, 1, 25, for Edward read Thomas; for David read Edward. 

P. 62, 1. 10 to IS, the list of tax-payers here referred to " taken from an 
old Book of Rates, ^^ is as follows : 

Those having a family, a horse [and] two oxen :" 

John Bissell, S. Grant (no horse), 

Thos. Bissell, T[alian] Grant, 

Sam. Bissell, Jon. Grant, 

Timo. Buckland, S. Gibbs, 

Thos. Buckland, G. Gibbs, 



HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 



Nich. Bnckland, 
Peter Browne, 
Sam. Barber, 
Mr. D. Clarke, 
Ed. Chapman, 
Job Drake, Jr., 
H. Denslow, 
Jos. Ellsworth, 
James Enno, 
Ben. Eggleston, 
John Fyler, 
Will Filly, 
Jas. Griswold, 
Jos. Griswold, 
Walter Gaylord, 
J. Gaylord, 



W. Hoskins, 
J. Hosford, 
D. Ilajden, 
Mich. Kelsey, 
Jon. Loomis 
T. Loomis, 
D. Moore, 
J. Moore, 
S. Marshall, 
J. Maudsly, 
Jon. Osborn, 
Jon. Osborn, Jr., 
John Owen, 
Wl. Phelps, 
Mr. Pinne, 
Jos. Phelps. 



" Single men." 



Josias Alvord, 

John Birge horse and 2 oxen 

Jos. Birge, horse 

T. Burnham, horse, 

E. Elmer, 

W. Filley, 

Ephm. frory, horse, 

Jon. Filley 

Jon. [Tailer, hjorse and 2 oxen, 

Hen. Tailer, liorse, 

D. Treat, horse, 

Jas. Hillier, horse. 



T. Eggleston, horse, 

[undeci ] Moses [or Moore], horse, 

Thos. Phelps, horse, 

Nat. Pond, horse, 

Thos. Parsons, horse, 

J. Parsons, horse. 

Ebns. Parsons, horse, 

Jos. Sanders, horse, 

T. Saxton, horse, 

Wido. Fyler, 

D. Wilton, 

[one undecipherable] Total, 24. 



Mr. J, Allyn, 
J. Bissell, 
Nat. Bissell, 
Job Drake, 
J. Ellsworth, 
J. Osborn, 
Jacob Drake, 
Jas. Eggleston, 
An. Hoskins, 

S. Rockwell, 
John Strong, 
Nic. Sension, 
Jon. Stiles, 
Step. Taylor, 



Family, horse and 4 oxen." 

Joseph Loomis, 
N. Loomis, 
J. Moses, 

Newbury, 

Jon. Porter, Sr., 

Stoughton, 

Owen Tudor, 
Mr. Wolcot, 
H, Wolcot. 

John Terry, 
W. Thrall, 
T. Thrall, 
R. Watson, -^ 
N. Winchell. 



[and one other which could not be deciphered. 



Total, 18. 



Total, 53. 



Ben. Alvord, 

Danl. Birge, 

Sam. Baker, 

W. Buell, 

Jo. Cross, 

[Rev.] Mr. Chauncy, 

N. Cook, 

T. Debbie, Jr., 

libns. Debbie, 

Jno. Debbie, 



" Family and horse." 

Lft. Fyler, 
Zurob. Fylerj 
Sam. Filley, 
JohnGillet, Senr., 
Jon. Gillet, Jr., 
Corn. Gillet, 
Jon. Gillet, 
Jos. Gaylord, 
R. Hayward, 
T. Hall, 



SUPPLEMENT. 7 

N. Holcomb, N. Pinue, 

Jos. Lomas, Tim. Palmer, 

Ed. Messenger, Hump. Prior, 

And. Moore, Abra. Randell, 

Peter Mills, R. Strong, 

Josias Owen, Hen. Stiles, 

Jon. Porter, [Rev.] Mr. Woodbridge, 

Tim. Phelps, S. Wilson. Total, 37. , 

Abm. Phelps, 

"Family only." 

W. Adams, M. Filley, 

T. Buruham, Jr., Sam. Forward, 

J. Colt, J. Hodge, 

W. Morton, N. Palmer, 

J. Drake, Sr., Thos. Sanders, 

Jo. Denslow, R. Vore, 

E. Elmer, N. Wilton, 

J- Elmer, _ Total, 15. 

P. 62, 1. 22, for Daniel read David. 

P. 68, 1. 13, add as an illustration, " Thomas Stoughton for his unneces- 
sary withdrawing of himselfe from the publique preaching of the Word on 
the Lord's day. is fined 5s. Pt. Ct. Rec, vol. ii, April 18, 1654. 

P. 75, 1. 30, for infringed read impinged. 

P. 113, line 2, add the following extract from the recently discovered 2d 
vol. of Ct. Records in Conn. Archives : At a Particular Court, held at Hartford, 
May 13, 1662. " This court orders that William Heyden of Wyndsor, shall 
for future cease to improve the lands at Nameleck that belongs to Spaniunk 
wch is by the Bounds of John Bissel's Lottments. And yt neither the said 
William nor any other shall any way hinder, or directly or indirectly prevent 
John Bissel's compounding with ye Indian for that land." 

Pp. 124 and 125. Addenda to description of The Town House. Mr. Jabez 
H. Hatden of Windsor Locks, to whose surveys we are mainly indebted, as 
before stated, for this plan and distribution of Ancient Windsor, has, since 
the publication of the foregoing, sent us the following note, relative to the 
Palizado: "I am not quite satisfied with Matthew Grant's figures yet ; the 
Palizado does not prove exactly, though pretty near it. I am more and more 
confirmed in the opinion that the present ' parsonage ' stands on the 
' Town House lot,' which gives the north bounds of the Palizado, and there 
is no question about the other three sides." 

P. 137, I. 9 and 10. Addenda to remarks on Broad Street, by J. H. Hay- 
den : " I do not now remember the earliest date at which the present Broad 
Street is noticed, but it was, at first, but six rods wide where the present 
traveled road is. I find that when Mr. Warham and his wife Abigail (April 
1, 1664), made over the dwelling house and land of John Branker, deceased, 
it bounded ' east by the highway on the bank against the Little Meadow, and 
westerly, against or by the highway as it is appointed to range;' proving that 
at that date the highway on the east had not been changed to its present 
place, and one would infer that what is now Broad street was then only ap- 
pointed or set out, and not in use. Broad street was 9.t first but six rods 



8 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

wide, and was probably widened by the owners on the east side, when the 
highway on the upLand against Little Meadow (on which they built) was re- 
moved to its present location, that tht^y might bring the street nearer their 
houses. When they rebuilt, they of course, placed their houses behind 
their barns, and facing the new Broad street." 

P. 159, 1. 41. This " setting in the yard," was in other words, guard or 
sentinel duty in the meeting house yard during divine service, a precaution 
quite necessary in those days of savage invasion and surprises. The follow- 
ing item from the records ( Windsor Rec, ii, p. 13) explains the matter some- 
what more clearly : " The townes[men] meet, and Ephraim Strong and Na- 
thaniel Pinne demanded paye for setting in the yard, and they are allowed to 
be payed 2s. apiece out of ye towne-rate, and so likewise others that stand in 
like account with them as have set in y" yard without their ^ lb. of puder 
[powderj a man payed to them, but was promised 12 pence a man to each 
man, in lieu of puder." 

P. 160, after 1. 30, insert the following interesting incident, extracted from 
the Remarkable Providences of Rev. Increase Mather, a book which, from its 
extreme scarcity, has been almost unknown to our authors hitherto, and has 
only recently been made available by its re-publication in London, under 
the editorship of George Offer, Esq. 

Mather says (p. 24 of the above London edition) : " In the next place we 
shall take notice of some remarkable preservations which sundry in Windsor 
in New England have experienced; the persons concerned therein being de- 
sirous that the Lord's goodness towards them may be ever had in remem- 
brance, wherefore a faithful hand has given me the following account : Jan. 
13, 1670. — Three women, viz : the wives of Lieut. Filer, and of John Drake, 
and of Nathaniel Lomas, having crossed Connecticut river upon a necessary 
and neighborly account,* and having done the work they went for, were 
desirous to return to their own families, the river being at that time partly 
shut up with ice, old and new, and partly open. There being some pains 
taken aforehand to cut a way through the ice, the three women above- 
said got into a canoe, with whom also there was Nathaniel Bissell and 
an Indian. There was likewise another canoe with two men in it, 
that went before them to help them, in case they should meet with any 
distress, which indeed quickly came upon them, for just as they were 
getting out of the narrow passage between the ice, being near the middle of 
the river, a greater part of the upper ice came down upon them, and struck 
the end of their canoe, and broke it to pieces, so that it quickly sunk under 
them. The Indian speedily got upon the ice, but Nathaniel Bissell and the 
abovesaid women were left floating in the middle of the river, being cut off 
from all manner of human help besides what did arise from themselves, and 
the two men in the little canoe, which was so small that three persons durst 
seldom, if ever, venture in it. They were, indeed, discerned from one shore, 

* Uudoubtcdly to atteuil a woman in confinement. 



SUPPLEMENT. 9 

but tLe dangerous ice would not admit from eitLer shore one to come near 
tliem. All things thus circumstanced, tlie suddenness of the stroke and 
distress (wliicli is apt to amaze men, especially when no less than life is con- 
cerned), the extreme coldness of the weather, it being a sharp season, that 
persons out of the water were in danger of freezing, the unaptness of persons 
to help themselves, being mostly women, one big with child, and near the 
time of her travail (who also was carried away under the ice), the other as 
unskilled and inactive to do anything for self-preservation as almost any 
could be, the waters deep, that there was no hope of footing, no passage to 
either shore in any eye of reason, neither with their little canoe, by reason of 
the ice, nor without it, the ice being tliin and rotten, and full of holes. Now 
that all should be brought off safely without the loss of life, or wrong to 
health, was counted in the day of it a remarkable Providence. To say how it 
was done, is difficult, yet, something of the manner of the deliverance may 
be mentioned. The abovesaid Nathaniel Bissell, perceiving their danger, and 
being active in swimming, endeavored what might be the preservation of him- 
self and some others; he strove to have swum to the upper ice, but the 
stream being too hard, lie was forced downwards to the lower ice, where, by 
reason of the slipperiness of the ice, and disadvantage of the stream, he found 
it difficult getting up; at length by the good hand of Providence, being 
gotten upon the ice, he saw one of the women swimming down under the 
ice, and perceiving a hole or open place some few rods below, there he 
watched, and took her up as she .swam along. The other two women were 
in the river till the two men in the little canoe came for their relief At 
length all of them got their heads above the water and had a little time to 
pause, though a long and difficult, and dangerous way to any shore, but by 
getting their little canoe upon the ice, and carrying one at a time over hazard- 
ous places, they did (though in a long while) get all safe to the shore from 
whence they came." 

P. 162. At the end of the chapter, add the following from p. 223 of the 
above quoted work : 

" July 20, 1683, a considerable flood unexpectedly arose, which proved 
detrimental to many in that colony [i. e., Conuecticutj. But on August 13, a 
second and more dreadful flood came. The waters were then observed to 
rise twenty-six feet above their usual boundaries; the grass in the meadow, 
also the English grain was carried away before it; the Indian corn, by the 
long continuance of the waters is spoiled, so that the four river towns, viz : 
Windsor, Hartford, Wethersfield, Middletown are extream sufferers. They 
write from thence that some who had hundreds of bushels of corn in the 
morning, at night had not one peck left for their families to live upon." 

P. 190. In regard to the Rev. Mr. Woodbridge, we have the following 
from Mr. John Ward Dean of Boston, in a letter to the author : 

" My ancestor, Rev. Benj. Woodbridge, appears to have had opponents (and 

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10 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

adherents, too), wherever he was. After he left Windsor, he preached in 
Bristol, now in the state of Rhode Island, and after that in Medford, Mass, 
One curious circumstance concerning him was related to me recently by the 
Rev." Mr, Page of Cambridge. There was trouble between him and a portion 
of his flock at Medford, and the matter was carried before the General Court 
or Legislature, who ordered that the town should pay Mr. W. the amount 
due him, amounting to a considerable sum, and that the church should then 
proceed to choose a pious and learned minister for their pastor. The money 
was paid, and the church called together to choose a pastor, and the choice 
Jell upon the Rev. Benjamin Woodbridge, the old pastor. There was some 
wincing, but the opponents could not deny that he was a pious and learned 
minister, and the General Court had not ordered the church to choose another 
man." 

P. 202, 1. 4, for Crane read Crow. 

P. 208, 1. 25, for Ttjler, read Fyler; same on 28th line. 

P. 211, after line 34, insert the following item: "December 8, 1709, li- 
berty was granted by the town to Jonathan Ellsworth, Thomas Marshall and 
Thomas Moore, to erect a mill on the mill brook on the south side of the 
rivulet, provided it be built within two years." 

P. 221, 1. 35, for 1757, read 1657. 

P. 225, note, for Ebenezer, read Elijah: same on page 323. 

P. 252, 1. 23, for west, read east. 

P. 253, after 1. 34 add "Zebulon Seymour, carp'r began work on meeting 
house, July 6, 1761, ceased Nov. 7." The "seating " of the new edifice was 
completed on 15 of October, and in the old record of baptisms, is the follow- 
ing entry : " November 22, 1761, that was the first sabbath [we] met in, 
our new meeting house, there was four children baptized that day " 

P. 255, after 1. 8, insert the following : Mr. A. S. Kellogg of Vernon, Conn., 
has kindly called our attention to the fact that, in the year 1760, a part of the 
Second Society in Windsor, was set off to help form the Society of North 
Bolton. He says : " Something respecting this may be found in the Records 
of the Colony, vols, viii and ix, but most of the papers are in the State Li- 
brary," Ecclesiastical, vol. xii. " They are under the title North Bolton, which 
accounts for their not having attracted your attention. My notes are very 
brief and incomplete, but, if I made correct abstracts, the Assembly, in May^ 
1750, appointed a committee upon the memorials of Benj. Stoughton and 
others, of Windsor, for an Ecclesiastical Society, with certain limits ; and of 
Isaac Jones and others, of Bolton, for an Ecclesiastical Society, with certain 
other limits. In each case it was reported that they were "too few." Feb- 
ruary 12, 1754, Isaac Jones, Moses Thrall and John Hills of Bolton, David 
Smith, John Searl and Joseph Steadman of the South [or Second] Society of 
Windsor, and John Craw and Samuel Hills of the Parish of Ellington, 
petitioned for an Ecclesiastical Society, April 23, 1760, a final petition was 
granted, and in Oct. 1760, North Bolton was made a society, its north and 



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west boundaries being thus defined in the resolution : (Starting from the 
northeast corner of Bolton) thence turning westward in tlie line between Bol- 
ton and Ellington, to Bolton northwest corner, and still continuing the same 
course into Ellington about a mile and a half and forty-two rods ; thence 
turning and running southwardly at the west end of the second tier of lots to 
Hartford line ; thence turning eastward in said line to Bolton or the T ditch ; 
thence turning southwardly one mile in the line betwixt the towns of Hartford 
and Bolton; thence eastward to the first mentioned bounds." 

These " Hartford lines" are the present boundaries of Manchester, and the 
T ditch is at the N. E. corner of Manchester. 

The part taken from Windsor seems to have been a rhomboid, its longer 
sides being the present west line of Vernon, and a parallel line running from 
the re-entrant angle in the S. W. corner of the town. The line of Windsor, 
and afterwards of East Windsor, used to pass within GO or 80 rods of the site 
of the present meeting house at Vernon Center. 

P. 255, at bottom, add the following document — which explains itself — 
relative to the respective salaries of Messrs. Edwards and Perry. 

The Rev. Mr. Edwards settled Sept., 1695. 
His salary the first year 1696 was £60 & £12 for wood £72 

2 year 1697 Idem 72 

3 year 1698, £70 & £12 for wood 82 

4 year 1699 Idem 82 

5 year 1700 92 

6 year 1701 92 

7 year 1702 92 

8 year 1703., 92 

9 year 1704 92 

10 year 1705 92 

11 year 1706, £100 & £12 for wood 112 

12 year 1707, £100 & £12 for wood 112 

13vear*708, 100 & £12 for wood 112 

14 year 1709, 90 & £12 for wood 102 

15 year 1710, 100 & £12 for wood 112 

16 year 1711, 100 & £12 for wood 112 

17 year 1712, 100 & £12 for wood 112 

18yearl713 120 

£1754 
1480 

£274 

N. B. — £274 Divided By 18 the number of years leaves £15 4 5 the sum 
that Mr. Edwards' salary annually exceeded Mr. Perry, for the First 18 years 
of their Ministry, Including all Donations, subscriptions, & additions made Mr. 
Perry since his settlement. 

The Rev. Mr. Perry settled 11th June 1755. 

His salary the first year 1756 £60 

2 year 1757 60 

3 year 1758 60 

4 year 1759 75 

5 year 1760 75 

6 year 1761 75 

7 year 1762 75 



12 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

8 year 1763 £75 subscrip £25 100 

9 year 1764 75 

10 year 1765 75 

11 year 1766 £75 addition £50 125 

12 year 1767 75 

13 year 1768 75 

14 year 1769 £75 addition £40 115 

15 year 1770 £75 addition £40 115 

16 year 1771 75 

17 year 1772 £75 addition £20 95 

18 year 1773 75 

£1480 
£1480 Divided By 18 leaves £82 4 5. 

This document (together with a duplicate) was found among some old pa- 
pers in the garret of Maj. H. W. Grant of South Windsor, Conn., by H. R. 
S., 1859. 

P. 258, 1. 23, " on the S Dec, 1708, it was voted to give Job Drake thirty 
acres of land on the east side of the sequestered land in exchange for about 
f of an acre of laud he resigns up to the town for a burying plaice, on the 
East side of the great river." 1st Book Wind. Rec, 102. 

P. 262, 1. 30, for Wadworth, read Wadsworth. 

P. 275, 1. 12, for Gurdon Hall, read Gordon Hall. 

P. 278, John Aborns' epitaph should read " by a flash of Lightling." 

P. 287, E. Pinney d. 1835. See p. 748. 

P. 287, Battle of Stillwater, 1777. 

P. 311, 1. 12, for Stodant read Stoddard. 

P. 328, 1. 1, for Elward read Edward. 

P. 344, these deaths of soldiers occurred in 1758, except that of Mumford, 
which was in 1760. Cheffield here should be Sheffield, and Greenbank should 
be Greenbush, 

P. 345, 1. 31, insert after " very forlornness," the words "of hope." 

P. 349, 1. 2, for Fuxley, read Huxley. 

P. 351, 1. 2, Parsons d. Oct. 1762, Cook d. Dec. 1762. All these deaths 
occurred in the year 1762. 

P. 353, after 1. 32, add, " East Windsor was declared a distinct town by the 
Governor and Assembly, at their session at Hartford on the second Thursday 
in May following." 

P. 354, 355, addenda. Extracts from Parson Hinsdale's (North Windsor) 
Church Records. " Aug. 13, 1768, Mary and Elizabeth, daughters of David 
Thrall, and Jerusha, daughter of Charles Thrall, were all, at once, unhappily 
drowned in Pequonnock river, as they went in for their diversion," and, " no 
longer after than August 17, Mr. Henry Chapman, in the dusk of the even- 
ing, climbing a scaffold in a barn, fell and received a wound in his head of 
which, in a few hours he died. How hard God calls to a hardened people ! " 

P. 358, 1. 26, after the words " Society Records," add " by Henry Allyn, 
Clerk." 



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P. 367, 1. 23, for Hon. John M-, read Richard. 

P. 375, note 2 on this page belongs to following page. 

P. 376, note 2 on this page belongs to following page. 

P. 386, after 1. 8, insert " Dec. 1775, or Jan. 1776, John Gilman (Wby.), d 
in camp, a. about 18, {Wbi/. Ch. R.) 

P, 399, after 1. 7, add Lieut. Samuel Wing, d. at Danbury, in the service, 
July 1777. Hinsdale's (No. Windsor) Church Records. See pages 429 and 
825. Also " Jan. 177T, Luthee Center, returning from captivity in New York 
d. at Wintonbury." (Wby. Ch. R.) 

P. 400, after 1. 5, add the names of Samuel Coy (see also page 409,) and 
Joel Denslow (see also page 420,) both of whom died in camp, June, 1778. 

P. 417, after 1. 26, add name of Thomas Bakber in same Co. with Lemuel 
Drake, which see for further particulars. 

P. 420, after 1. 30, add name of Lemuel Drake, his services as recorded in 
his affidavit before pension agent (Samuel H. Parsons, of Middletown, Conn.), 
were as follows : About the 15th of August, 1776, he enlisted, at Windsor, 
under Maj. Roger Newberry, in a company of which Benj. Allen was first 
lieutenant, and Austin Phelps second lieutenant; remained in service until 
latter part of October, '76, when he was dismissed, being at that time at, or 
near, Valentine's Hill, N. Y. After his enlistment he was marched to Weth- 
ersfield, and from thence sailed to New York city, where his company was 
stationed in Little Dock street, near the East river, and at the time of the bat- 
tle on Long Island his regiment were paraded near the wharf, but were not 
called into the action. 

He had a second tour of duty, from August to the latter part of October, 
1777. This time he was drafted at Windsor, in a company commanded by 
Jonathan Wadsworth of Hartford, captain, Phelps of Windsor, lieutenant, and 
Owen, ensign. This company belonged to a regiment commanded by Col, 
Cook of Wallingford, Lieut. Col. Woodbridge, Maj. Kent. They marched 
from Hartford, to Stillwater, N. Y., where he was in the battles under Gen. 
Gates, was present at Burgoyne's surrender at Saratoga, N. Y., raarched to 
Albany, was there detailed as one of a guard (under Capt. Blake, Austin 
Phelps, lieutenant, and Reuben Wadsworth, orderly), to escort 100 prisoners 
to Hartford. Again, in September, 1778, he was drafted, at Windsor, to go 
to New London, where he served between two and three months in the militia, 
commanded by Capt. Allen of New London, and Bissell of East Wind- 
sor, sergeant, mostly on guard service. 

P. 424, 1. 25, the followingparticulars concerning George Latimer's services, 
are gathered from the same source as the above : He enlisted as wagoner in 
Capt. Daniel Jones' company, July 15, 1777, for three years, his term expir- 
ing July 15, 1780. He then enlisted again, at Hartford, went to Pomfret, 
where he was one of a company of ten men in charge of ammunition wagons, 
returned to Hartford, went to New York state, at Red Hook and Fishkill. 

He was drafted for three months in summer of '76, was at New York at the 



14 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

retreat from Long Island. In or about March, 1777, was drafted for three 
months, and went to Whiteplains, where he was at the time Danbury was 
burned. 

P. 425, 1. 21. Additional particulars from same sources as the preceding : 
Increase Mather enlisted at Windsor in early part of April, 1775, in the com- 
pany of Captain or Major Roger Enos, Lieuts. Willys and Blodget, and Con- 
verse, sergeant, for 8 months. He then enlisted while at Roxbury, for 12 or 
14 months; was there when the battle of Bunker's Hill was fought. About 
the middle of November he enlisted, with consent of his captain, in another 
company, commanded by E. F. Bissell, Capt.; Lieut. Humphreys and Ensign 
Richard Goodman, in Col. Jedediah Huntington's regiment, from which he 
was discharged January, 1777. 

During this service he was on Long Island, in August, 1776, was in several 
skirmishes there, and was in the army in its retreat from Long Island through 
Westchester. From July, '76, to January, '77, he acted as sergeant. 

P. 426, 1. 13, insert the name of Roswell Nobles born Oct. 24, 1758. He 
enlisted for one year, as a drummer, at Simsbury, May, 1776, in a company 
commanded by Capt. Noah Phelps, Lieut. Carver and Ensign Benj. Holcomb, 
belonging to a regiment commanded by Col. Andrew Ward, Lieut. -Col. 
Johnson and Major Isaac Cook ; was dismissed from the service near Morris- 
town, N. J., May, 1777. 

P. 426, 1. 34, insert name of Austin Phelps, see deposition above of 
Lemuel Drake. 

P. 427, by an error of arrangement, three colored soldiers are entered under 
the head of the Prior family. 

P. 433, after 1. 22, add, in Rev. Mr. Rowland's Records of Baptisms in 
Windsor Church, the following entry occurs : " 1795, Baptisms in new meet- 
ing house, and united parishes." Then follows under this, a record of the 
baptism, January, 4, of a daughter of Samuel Allen. 

P. 438. The First Congregational Church and Society of Windsor has a 
Church Fund, concerning which we have not been able to learn much. It 
probably had its beginning in the bequest of Jane (Fooks), the widow of 
William Hosford of Windsor, who returned to her home in Old England 
after her husband's death. On the 15th of January, 1671, being the 23d 
year of Charles the 2d, Mrs. Hosford, described as " of Tiverton, in the 
county of Devon, widow," made her will, of which her son Stephen Gaylord, 
John Witchfield and Walter_Fyler of Windsor, were appointed the execu- 
tors. She devised certain moneys to Esther (or Stephen), Samuel and Sarah 
Gaylord, and to their children ; the rent of a meadow to her sons-in law, 
John Hosford, and the three above named, during the life of the testator. 
After her demise, the meadow, comprising about 20 acres of meadow and 
swamp, was to go and belong to the " Old Church of Windsor" forever. 
(Lands, vol. i, p. 90, Conn. Arch.) On 13th of Oct., 1692, complaint was 
made to the General Court, by petition from the Windsor Church, that they 



SUPPLEMENT. 1 5 

were kept out of the right and use of the aforesaid land, it being yet in the 
hands of her heirs, who say she is not dead. And the Court, considering 
that she was aged when she returned to England, and has been there 40* 
years or so, and not heard from lately, declared her to be dead in laiv, unless 
it could be proved that she was alive or had been heard of within 7 years past. 
(Docs, in Conn. Arch.) The land was fully coniirmed to the Church, Sept. 
3, 1695. 

The Rev. Joseph Marsh, also, the third minister of this church, devised 
his property, after his wife's death, to the Windsor Church, for gospel and 
school purposes. 

P. 439, 1. 24, after separatists insert alone. 

P. 451, after 1. 32, insert the following item from Timothy Loomis' com- 
moA-place book : *' 1714, April 5. The school house was raised on t'other 
Hill." Taking Loomis' residence as our standpoint, we infer that he had 
reference to Stouey Hill, by the expression " t'other hill." 

P. 480, under head of Stores, Trade, Commerce, etc., insert the following 
item from Timothy Loomis' common place book, as illustrative : " 1739, I 
sent 221 weight of tobacco to Barbadoes in the sloop. The Windsor, whereof 
20 pounds was my son Timothy's." 

P. 493, 1. 10, for ( Windsor Locks) read (Suffield). 

Sheep. — In olden time there were more sheep raised than at the present day. 
These sheep were all turned into one large flock, and herded by a shepherd, 
eitlier in some large field or in the streets. 

In June, 1733, the people of Windsor voted, " that the sheep in this town 
shall be put in three flocks, that is to say on the north side of the Rivulet, to 
be one flock, and on the east side of the Great River to be one flock, and on 
the south side of the rivulet to be one flock." It was also decided that 
each flock could be divided if it was deemed best. 

In 1735, the east side Windsor people voted that there should be put one 
flock on that side of the Great River, and Messrs. Lieut. Joseph Loomis, Mr. 
Joseph Rockwell and Mr. Abiel Abbott should be a committee " for ordering 
the prudentials of the flock this p)rpsent year or summer." By the term 
" ordering the prudentials " was meant as is elsewhere seen, the hiring of a 
shepherd and folding the sheep. 

After the Revolution, one " Old Hendricks " as he was called, a Hessian, was 
the shepherd. The old fellow had married a Windsor negro wench as black 
as a stove-pipe, and afterwards became qnite disgusted with his bargain, 
affirming that he would cheerfully " give all of forty shillings," if he could 
get quit of her. He once in a crazy mood, tried to hang himself with a nice 
cord which he used for ditching, but vvras cut down in time to save his life. 
He became very indignant, not because his life was saved, but because they 
had cut his nice ditching cord ! 

* Sbe weut in 1655. 



16 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

(Reprinted from the Congregalional Quarterly, April, 1862.) 

CHURCH COVENANT OF WINDSOR, CONN., A. D. 1647.* 

[Dated Windsor, Oct. 23, 1647.] 

1; We believe though God made man in an lioly and blessed condition, 
yet by his fall he hath plunged himself and all his posterity into a miserable 
state. Rom. iii, 23 ; v. 12. 

2. Yet God liatli provided a sufficient remedy in Christ for all broken 
hearted sinners tliat are loosened from their sins, and selves and world,tand 
are enabled by faitli to look to Him in Christ for mercy, inasmuch as 
Christ hath done and suffered for such whatever His justice requires to atone- 
ment and life; and he doth accept His merits and righteousness for them that 
believe in Him, and iniputeth it to them for their justification, as if they had 
satisfied and obeyed themselves. Heb. vii, 25; Mat. xi, 28 ; xxii, 24 ; v. 4, 
6 ; 1 Cor. i, 30 ; Rom. iv, 3. 5 ; v. 19. 

3. Yet we believe that there is no other name or means to be saved from 
guilt and the power of sin. John, xiv, 6 ; Acts, iv, 12. 

4. We believe God hatli made an everlasting covenant in Christ witli all 
penitent sinnt;rs that rest on him in Clirist, never to reject, or cease to do 
them good. Heb. viii, 6 ; vii, 22 ; 1 Sam. xii, 22 ; Jer. xxxii, 40. 

5. We believe this covenant to be reciprocal, obliging us to be his people, 
to love, fear, obey, cleave to him, and serve him with all our heart, mind and 
soul ; as him to be our God, to love, choose, deliglit in ns and save and bless 
us in Christ; yea, as his covenant binds us to love him and his Clirist for his 
own sake, so to love our brethren for his sake. Deut. x, 12; Hos. iii, 3 ; 
ii, 21 ; Deut. xxvi, 17-19; John, iv, 21. 

6. We believe that God's people, besides their general covenant with God, 
,to walk in subjection to him, and christian love to all his people, ought also 

* For this interesting document we are indebted to the kindness of Hon. J. H. Trumbull of 
Hartford. Mr. T., says, " I found it a few weeks since in the MS. Note Book of one of the Dea- 
cons of that church (Matthew Grant), along with full notes of a sermon by Mr. Warham. Aug . 
15, 1647 (two months before this covenant was adopted), ' on the matter and form of a cbunh 
and of baptizing children.' I was pleased with the di.<icovery, as the covenant is of much 
earlier date than any 1 have seen or known of in Connecticut. Mr. Warham was at the Cam- 
bridge Synod, in June, 1647 ; out of which, apparently, grew the sermon ; and the sermon 
prepared the way fur the adoption of the Covenant. I may observe, however, that the 
sermon is, in great measure, a digest of Hooker's Survei/, which Mr. W. must have not only 
perused, but thoroughly studied in MS. for it was not printed till the next year." 

The Windsor Church was formed at Plymouth. England, in March, 1630 [there is a mistake in 
Sprague's notice of Warham ; A7inals, i, 10; Uawe'sNote in Ecd. Cont. CoHn., p. 86; and Mc- 
Clure's Hist. Windsor, Mass. Hist. CoJl., 1st series, v, 160; all of whom name January, 1630, as 
the date, owing to a neglect of the fact that the year 0. S., began with March, so that the " be- 
ginning of the year " would be March 1, and not January 1], by people from the counties of 
Devon, Dorset and Somerset; and Warham and Maverick were ordained its pastor and teacher. 
They arrived at Dorcliester, Mass., aboutthe 1st of June, where they first settled. But hearing 
from the Dutch of a valuable tract of land on the Connecticut, they concluded to remove, and 
went in a body in the summer of 1635 ; carrying their church organization and Jlr. Warham 
with them— Maveri"k dying in Dorchester. This creed and covenant (for it partakes of both 
elements) seems to have been adopted eleven years after the settlement of Windsor. Warham 
died in 1670, and Cotton Mather says, he was the first minister in Connecticut who preached 
" with notes." Rev. H. M. Dextee. 



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to join themselves into a church covenant one with another, and to enter into 
a particular combination, together with some of his people, to erect a particu- 
lar ecclesiastical body, and kingdom, and visible family and household of 
God, for the managing of discipline and public ordinances of Christ in one 
place in a dutiful way, there to worship God and Christ, as his visible king- 
dom and subjects, in that place waiting on him for that blessing of his ordi- 
nances and promises of his covenant, by holding communion with him and 
his people, in the doctrine and discipline of that visible kingdom, where it 
may be attained. Rom. xii, 4, 5, 6 ; 1 Cor. sii, 27, 28 : Ephes. iv, 11, 12; 
Acts, ii, 47; Esod. xii, 43, 44, 45; Gen. xvii, 13 ; Isa. xxiii, 4. 

7. We for ourselves, in the sense of our misery by the fall and utter help- 
lessness elsewhere, desire to renounce all other saviours but his Christ, and 
to rest on God in him alone, for all happiness, and salvation from all misery ; 
and do here bind ourselves, in the presence of men and angels, by his grace 
assi.sting us, to choose the Lord, to serve him, and to walk in all his ways, 
and to keep all his commandments and ordinances, and his Christ to be our 
king, priest and prophet, and to receive his gospel alone for the rule of our 
faith and manners, and to [be] subject to the whole willjof Christ so far as we 
shall understand it : and bind ourselves in special to all the members of this 
body, to walk in reverend subjection to the Lord to all our superiors, and in 
love, humility, wisdom, peaceableness, meekness, inoflensiveness, mercy, 
charity, spiritual helpfulness, watchfulness, chastity, justice, truth, self-denial, 
one to another, and to further the spiritual good one of another, by example, 
counsel, admonition, comfort, oversight, according to God, and submit 
or [selves] subject unto all church administration in the Lord. 



18 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 



A LIST 

Of Natives of the Towns formerly comprised within the limits of 
Ancient Windsor, who have studied or graduated at Yale College. 

This list, although probably by no means complete, has been compiled 
with the utmost care from the valuable file of catalogues in Yale College 
Library, and from all other attainable sources, and may be considered reliable, 
as far as it goes.* Many of Windsor's children have graduated at other col- 
leges, but to trace them out would require more labor and time than we 
could spare. 

Abbreviations. Grad., graduated; med., medical department ; theo., theological department ; 
fresh., soph., jun., sen., freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes. 

Abbe, Alanson (E. W.), grad. med. 1821. 

Allen, John, s. of Alex. (W.), b. 1705 ; lived at N. Haven ; grad. 1729. 
ALL7N, Maj. Henr}^ s. of Col. Matt. (W.), b. 1699; grad. 1721; d. atW., 
1753. A teacher, military officer, benevolent and good. 
Dr. Samuel, s. of Sam. (W.), b. 1703; "wont South," says Pres. 
Stiles in itinerary, " where he d. perhaps 1780;" grad. 1725. 
Arms, Hiram P. (W.), grad. 1824. 
Baker, Rev. Jacob, s. of Joseph (W.), b. 1710 ; licensed by Windham Assoc. 

May, 1739 ; never settled ; grud. 1731. 
Barber, Rev, Eldad (E. W.), grad. 1826 ; theo. 1829. 
Bartlett, David Ely (E. W.), grad. 1828. (See p. 536.) 

John Leffingwell (E. W.), grad. 1824, (See p. 536.) 
Shubael F. (E W.), grad. 1833. (See p. 536.) 
BisSELL, Aaron (E. W.), fresh, in 1779. (See pp. 548, 551.) 
Benjamin (E. W.), grad. med. 1826. 
Edward (E. W.), grad. 1851. (See p. 551, 1. 40.) 
Rev. Hezekiah, s. of David (W.), grad. 1733, l.st past. Why. (See 

pp. 372, 553.) 
Theodore (E. W.), fresh, in 1820. 
Booth, Chauucey (E, W.), grad. 1810. 
Brockway, John H. (Ell.), grad. 1820. 

Butler, Dea. Isaac, s. of Thos. (W.), b. 1693; d. at Wby. ; grad. 1722. 
Case, William (E. W.), grad. 1821 ; theo. Andover, 1822-23. 
Chaffee, Hezekiah (W.), fresh, in 1779. (See p. 567, 1. 2.) 

Hezekiah B. (W.), grad. 1809, (See Chaffee in this Supplement,) 
Samuel G. (W.), grad, 1810. (See Chaffee in this Supplement.) 
Clark, Noah B. (E. W.), grad. 1833 ; law, 1834. 

* Thirty of these names have been kindly furnished to us by Ralph D. Smith, Esq. of New 
Haven. Conn. 



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19 



Colt, Hon. Peter, s. of Benj., b. at E. W., 1733 ; grad. 1761 ; d. 1802 ; was 
Assist. Commis. Genl. ; removed to Paterson, N. J,, and to Rome, 
N. Y. 
DiGGiNS, Jolin (E. W.), prob. s. of Jeremiah; grad. 1740. 

Augustus (E. W.), grad. 1767 ; m. Nancy (dau. of Ephrm.) Pease 
of Somers. 
Deake, Richard G. (W.), grad. 1830. (See p. 585.) 
Edwards, Rev. Jonathan (E. W.), grad. 1720. (See p. 589.) 
Ellsworth, Hon. Henry L. (W.), grad. 1810. (See p. 602.) 
Rev. John (Ell.), grad. 1785. (See pp. 289, 599.) 
Joseph (E. W.), grad. 1825. 
Major Martin (W.), grad. 1801. (See p. 602.) 
Hon. Chief Justice Oliver (W.), ent. in 1763, remained three 

years, and grad. at Princeton, N. J. (See pp. 600-602.) 
Oliver, Jr. (W.), grad. 1799. (See p. 602.) 
Oliver (W.), grad. 1830. 

Hon. William W. (W.), grad. 1810. (See p. 602.) 
FiLLEY, A. B. (W.), law, 1831-32, grad. A. B. Wash. Coll. 
Fitch, George (W.), grad. 1801. 

Goodwin, Rev. Hezekiah (Wby.), grad. 1761. (See p. 377.) 
Grant, Rev. John (W.), grad. 1741 ; ord. by Presb. of N. Y., pastor of Pres. 
Ch. at Westfield, N. J., Sept., 1746 ; he d. there Sept. 15, 1753. 
Ebenezer, s. of Sam. (E. W.), grad. 1726; b. Oct. 3, ^1706; mer- 
chant. (See p. 636.) 
Friend (W.), grad. 1761. 
Sidney A. (E. W.), fresh, in 1806. 
Roswell (E. W.), grad. 1765. 
GiLLET, John, s. of John (W.), grad. 1758. (See p. 629, 1. 34, 38, 39.) 

Horace C. (E. W.), grad. med. 1829. (See p. 630-1.) 
Gillette, Francis (Why.), grad. 1829. (See p. 631-2.) 
Griswold, Rev. Benjamin (W.). (See pp. 644-5.) 

Gaylord (W.), grad. 1787. (See p. 648, 1. 33.) 
Hall, Junius (Ell.), grad. 1831. 

Haskell, Edward (E. W.), fresh, in 1829-30. (See p. 652.) 
Hooker, James (W.), fresh, in 1806. (See p. 667.) 
Hpbbard, George (W.), grad. 1803. 

John M. (W.), 1829. 
JENCKS, Charles W. (E. W.), fresh, in 1822. 
LoOMis, James C. (W.), grad. 1828-30. 

Osbert B. grad. 1835. (See Loomis in this Supplement.) 
William 0. grad. med. 1831. 
Marshall, Elisha G. (W.), grad. med. 1831. (See p. 697.) 
Mather, Rev. Allyn (W.), grad. 1771. (See p. 702.) 
Rev. Azariah (W.), grad. 1705. (See p. 700.) 



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Mather, Dr. Charles (E. W.), grad. 1785. (See p. 702.) 

Frederick E. (W.), grad. 1833. (See p. 702, 1. 37.) 
Rev. Nathaniel, b. 1695 (see p. 701, 1. 3) ; grad. 1715 ; d. at River- 
head, L. I., Mch. 20, 1748. 
Nathaniel (E. W.), grad. 1810. 
Oliver (W.), grad. 1799. 
Oliver W. (W.), grad. 1837. 
Dr. Samuel, s. of Dr. Sam. (W.) ; grad. l'?26. 
Miller, Horatio (W.), grad. 1819. 

Mills, Rev. Jedidiah (Why.), grad. 1722 (see p. 704) ; d. at Huntington, Jan., 
1776. 
Rev. Gideon (W.), grad. 1737. (See p. 704.) 
Rev. Ebenezer (W.), grad. 1738 ; (s. of Peter ; b. 1710 ; settled at E. 

Granby, 1742 ; and Sandisfield, Mass. ; d. 1799, a. 89.) 
Samuel (W.), grad. 1776. 
Moore, Dr. Abijah, grad. 1726 ; resided and d. at Middletown, 1759. 

Rev. John, s. of John (W.); grad. 1741. 
Newbdrt, Henry (W.), soph, in 1798. 

Capt. Roger (Wby.), s. of Capt. Benj., grad. 1726. (See pp. 330, 

721.) 
Roger (W.), grad. 1799. 
Nightingale, Joseph (prob. W.), grad. 1728. 

Aaron j grad. 1758 (prob. W.) 
Phelps, Alexander (W.), grad. 1744. Tutor. 

Bildad (W.), s. of Capt. Josiah, b. 1739; grad. 1758; d. Mch. 12,. 

1814. 
Rev. Benajah, grad. 1761 ; settled at Manchester, Mch., 1780 ; d. 
Nova Scotia, Feb. 10, 1795. 
PoTWiNE, Benjamin (E. W.), med. 1813. 
Lemuel S. (E. W.), grad. 1854. 
Thomas S. (E. W.) 

Stephen Atwater (E. W.), grad. 1833. (See p. 757, 1. 35.) 
Porter, Solomon (E. W.), grad. 1775. 
Reed, Rev. Julius A. (E. W.), grad. 1829. (See p. 760). 

Dr. Maro McLean (E. W.), grad. 1822; med. 1824. (Seep. 759.) 
Dr. Elijah Fitch (E. W.), honorary degree, 1824. (See p. 759.) 
Rockwell, Eliud (W.), grad. 1766. 

Rev. Matthew, s. of Dea. Sam. (E. W.), grad. 1728. (See p. 763.) 
William H. (E. W.), grad. 1824. 
Dr. Sidney W. (E. W.), honorary degree, 1855. 
Rowland, Rev. Henry A. (W.), grad. 1823. (See p. 768.) 
Rowland, William S. (W.), grad. 1836. (See p. 768, 1. 25.) 
Selden, Edward (W.), grad. 1811. 
Sill, Elisha N. (W.), grad. 1820. (See p. 772.) 



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Sill, Horace H. (W.;, fresh. 1814. (See p. 772.) 

Dr. Theodore (W.), grad. med. 1831. (See p. 773.) 
Skinner, Samuel W. (E. W.), grad. 1842. 
Stiles, Rev. Isaac (W.), grad. 1722. (Seep. 785.) 
Rev. Abel (W.), grad. 1733. (See p. 787.) 
Ezra (E. W.), grad. 1823. (See p. 793.) 
Stoughton, J. W. (E. W.), 1840, left in soph. year. 
Stkong, Elisha B. (W.), grad. 1809. 
BwEATLANt), Peter (W.), grad, 1740. 
TuDOB, Rev. Samuel (E. W.), grad. 1728. (See p. 816.) 

Dr. Elihu (E. W.), grad. 1750. (See p. 816.) 
ViETs, Rev. Roger, s. of Dr. John (W.), grad. 1758. 
Watson, John B. (E. W.), grad. 1814. 

Sereno (E. W.), grad. 1847. 
Webster, David (W?), grad. 1741. 
WiLLES, Rev. Henry (E. W.), s. of Joshua; b. 1690 ; d. at Franklin, Conn., 

Sept. 30, 1758 ; grad. 1715. 
WoLcoTT, Dr. Alexander (E. W.), grad. 1731. (See pp. 832, 878.) 

Alexander (W.), grad. 1778. 

James (Ell.), in Coll. 1825. 

Gov. Oliver, s. of Gov. Roger (E. W.) ; grad. 1747. (See p. 833.) 

Josiah, s. of Hon. Roger (E. W.) ;. grad. 1742, (See p. 831, 1. 6.) 

Samuel (E. W.), grad. 1833. 

William, s. of Wm. (E. W.) ; grad. 1734. (See William^, p. 832.) 

William (E. W.), grad. 1775, (See p. 832, 1. 12.) 



GENEALOGIES. 



« • « » 



ABBE (Abby, Abbie, etc.), p. 515, 1. 10, add Harriet m. Daniel Bacon of 
Mass., Nov. 28, 1838. (W. C. R.) 

ABBOT, p. 515, Abiel (perhaps the one mentioned in 1. 27) had a child 
bap. Nov. 22, 1761, (E. W. C. R.) Orrel, had child bap. Aug. 13, 1775. 
(E. W. C. R.) 

ADAMS, p. 516, 1. 7, add Leonard m. Sally Porter, Jan. 1, 1797. 

P. 516, 1. 6, for September read December. (Col. Rec.) 

Asher's wife Nancy d. Sept. 25, 1801, a. 30. 

Jonathan, m. Mindwell Phelps, March 7, 1745. (Why. Ch. R.) 

Hezekiah, had Lydia, bap. Sept. 22, 1751. (Wby. Ch. R.) 

Thomas, Jr.'s widow d. February, 1784. Their children : Rosanna, bap. 
Aug. 7, 1760; Isabel, bap. Aug. 29, 1762; Ursula, bap. Nov. 4, 1764; 
Thomas, bap. May 24, 1767; Annanissa, bap. July 30, 1769; Joab, bap. 
March 1, 1772; Abi, bap. Aug. 14, 1774; d. Aug. 26, 1775 ; Abi, bap. May 
4, 1777; Hosea, bap. Feb. 17, 1780; Mary, bap. Aug. 25, 1782. (Wby. Ch. 
Rec.) 

ALEXANDER, 1. 14, add Giles m. Abigail Skinner, at W., Nov. 11, 1823. 
(W. C. R.) 

ALVORD, 1. 39. Timothy Loomis' MSS. (see p. 62) supplies the date of 
Jeremiah's m. to Sarah , as being July 4, 1711. 

"Alexander Alvord hath sixe children: Abigail, b. October, 1647; 
John, b. Aug. 12, 1649; Mary, b. July 6, 1651 ; Thomas, b. Oct. 27, 1653 ; 
Elizabeth, b. Nov. 12, 1655 ; Benjamin, b. Feb. 11, 1657." (Col. Rec.) ^ 

P. 517, 1. 3, Charity, wife of Jonathan, d. Sept. 9, 1776, of epidemic 
dysentery, (N. S. R.) 

P. 517, 1. 8, Jonathan, Jr. (undoubtedly the one mentioned in 1. 4), and 
Elizabeth, his wife, had Elizabeth, bap. March 31, 1777 ; d. March 30, (!) 177- 
(a fair specimen of Parson Hinsdale's accuracy in keeping records) ; another 

child bap. on same day as former; d. April ; John bap. Aug, 2, 1777; 

and another son bap. Feb. 13, 1780. (N. S. R.) 

P. 517, 1. 8, add Peblet m. Elihu Anderson of E. Hartford, Dec. 17, 1817. 



24 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Mart, had William Beal ; Phebe Dix and Edwin Charles, bap. July 29, 
1821. (W. C. R.) 

Jonas, m. Thankful Cadwell of W. Hartford, June 23, 1803. (Wby. Ch. 
Rec.) 

ALLYN, p. 523, 1. 31. Chloe, bap. Jan. 29, 1775. (N. S. R.) 

P. 521, 1. 33, for Feb. 1 read Feb. 7. (Col. Rec.) 

" Quid Mr. AUyn d. Se-pt. 12, 1675." (Col. Rec.) 

P. 522, 1. 31, Sgt. Matthew,6 d. May 28, 1753. (Wby. Ch. R.) 

P. 523, 1. 10, Thomas," d. Nov. 17, 1781, a. 56 ; he had also a James, 
bap. March 30, 1766 ; Emmile, bap. April 24, 1768 ; Elizabeth, bap. Sept. 16, 
1770 ; Timothy, bap. July 4, 1773, who d. June 25, 1775 ; his son Luke was 
b. 1775. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 523, 1. 22, for July 1 read July 14. 

P. 523, I. 23, the 3d wife Capt. Solomon was Sarah Burr, m. April 14, 
1795 ; his son Sherwood d. June 11, 1799, nearly 12 yrs. ; liis son Solomon 
was bap. Sept. 17, 1757. 

P. 523, 1. 25, for Miah read Mial. (Wby. C. R.) 

P. 524, 1. 1, John and EUzabeth had Charles, bap. March 21, 1761, and 
Hannah, bap. Nov. 1, 1767. (N. S. R.) 

P. 524, 1. 11, add Elijah, m. Martha Stoughton (E. W.), April, 1800 ; Sarah, 
m. John Rumsey, Dec. 31, 1812 ; Gilman, m. Huldah Phelps, Sept. 6, 1814 ; 
Richard, m. Julia Phelps, Sept. 28, 1814 ; Rebecca, m. Elam French (E. 
W.) ; Betsy, m. Wm. Jesto of Wethersfield, July 30, 1823 ; Chester, m. 
Patty Barnes, Oct. 19, 1815 ; Harriet, m. Joseph Atherton of Hartford, Dec. 
29, 1833; William, m. Naomi Hayden, June 2, 1808; Amelia, m. Griswold 
C. Morgan, June 1, 1831 ; Elizabeth, m. Sam. J. Norton of H., April 12, 
1832. (W. C. R.) 

L. 14, this Ephestian (prob.) had Molly, bap. Feb. 3, 1765; a child bap. 
July 5, 1767; another, March 18, 1770; another, March 14, 1772; another, 
March 24, 1776. (E. W. C. R.) 

John, Jr., and Lucinda, had John, bap. June 23, 1776; Jeremy, bap. May 
4, 1777; Henry, bap. Feb. 13, 1780; Nabby, bap. May 30, 1784. (N. S. R.) 

Job, m. Abigail Mather, May 16, 1777; had children, Bille (?), bap. April 
8, 1781 ; Elizabeth, bap. Nov. 14, 1786; Roxana, bap. May 1, 1791; Catha- 
rine, bap. Sept. 1, 1793; Job, bap. Aug. 29, 1796; Timothy Mather, bap. 
June 7, 1801. (W. C. R ) 

Samuel, m. Jerusha , and had Harriet, bap. Feb., 178- ; Eli, bap. July 

5, 1788; Henry, bap. May 30, 1790; Richard, bap. April 15, 1792. (N. S. R.) 

Samuel (probably the above), had Amelia, bap. Jan. 4, 1795 ; Samuel 
Wolcott, bap. Sept. 20, 1801; Samuel Wolcott, bap. March 4, 1805. (W, 
C. R.) 

Samuel, Jr., had Abigail, bap. Feb. 22, 1795. (W. C. R.) 

Elisha, had Electa, Sarepta, Elisha, Rhoda, all bap. Dec. 2, 1799; Ellise, 
bap. Oct. 9, 1802; Chloe, bap. Oct. 14, 1804. (W. C. R.) 



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Henkt (2d), had Henry, bap. Nov. 24, 1799; Julia, bap. Feb. 7, 1802; 
Elizabeth, bap, Nov. 4, 1804; Leonard, bap. Sept. 24, 1809; Annalet, bap. 
July 2, 1815; Jonah, bap. Feb., 1818. (W. C. R.) 

Ens. Thomas, Jr., m. Elizabeth Burr, April 11, 1776; had Polly, bap. Oct. 
5, 1777; Thomas, bap. Dec. 5, 1779; Lucy, bap. Aug. 17, 1783; d. Feb. 27, 
1813; Timothy, bap. Nov. 28, 1784; Betsey, bap. Oct. 16, 1787; Chester, 
bap. Oct. 17, 1790 (N. B.— His wife d. May 16, 1823, a. 34, and a ch. d. May 
10, 1817, a. 1); Eunice, bap. May 18, 1794. (Wby. C. R.) 

FiTz John, m. Deborah Phelps, Feb., 1788; had Sarah, bap. Dec. 5, 1790 ; 
Sidney B., bap. Nov. 15, 1795; Candace, bap. May 24, 1801; Amelia, bap. 
Nov. 10, 1805; Elizabeth, bap. July, 1814. (W. C. R.) 

Benjamin, Jr. (prob. one ment. 1. 5, p. 524), had Mary Rebecca, bap. Nov. 
5, 1826; Julia Huntington, bap. Sept. 28, 1829. (W. C. R.) 

Ann of W., m. Noah Smith of Kensington (Berlin), .Tan. 21, 1736. (Edwin 
Stearns of Middletown, Conn.) 

Solomon, Jr. (prob. the one ment. 1. 24, p. 523), m. Lucina Gillet, March 
29, 1779; had Lucina, bap. June 28, 1779; Solomon, bap. Sept. 23, 1781; 
Peletiah, bap. July 3, 1808; William H., d. Dec. 11, 1808-, a. 2 yrs.; Solo- 
mon, Jr., d. Dec. 10, 1808, a, 51 ; his wife Lucina d. Oct. 13, 1803, a. abt. 50. 

Marriages from Wby. Ch. Rec. — Jonathan, Jr., m. Hannah Holcomb or 
Buttles of Granby, Sept. 12, 1799. 

Thomas, m. wid. Sarah Stoughtou, Dec. 1, 1806. Sarah, wife of Thomas, 
d. June 1, 1814, a. 52. 

Births from Wby. Ch. Rec. — Jonathan, had , bap. Aug. 29, 1784. 

Abeam, d. Nov. 19, 1812, a. 28; had Abigail, bap. Oct. 7, 1810; William, 
bap. July 12, 1812. 

A0GDSTCS, had child, whod. Oct. 2, 1823, a. 5 mos. ; Jonathan, d. Aug. 27, 
1824, a. 82; one of Lpke's twins d. Nov. 12, 1792; John's child d. in spring 
of 1792, and a son d. Jan. 17, 1794, a. 4 yrs.; Jonathan's wifed. Jan. 20, 1793, 
a. 44 yrs. ; his child d. Dec. 28, 1793; Lt. Thomas' wife d. Sept. 8, 1795 ; 

Jonathan, Jr., had a child who d. infant, Dec, 1807; Elijah, had infant, 
d. May 5, 1802; another in last part of 1810; Elijah's wife d. Aug. 27, 1821; 
child d. June 13, 1816, a. 1^ ; widow Sarah, d. Sept. 17, 1819, a, 62. 

Samuel,* Sen., came to Cambridge, Mass., from Braintree, Essex co. Eng., 

1632; was brother of Col. Matthew and Dea. Thomas ; his wife was Ann r-. 

He removed to Connecticut, 1635, and settled in Windsor, where he d. and 
was bur. April 28, 1648, leaving widow and six children. She removed to 
Northampton, Mass., where she m. 2d husband, said to be William Hurlbut; 
among the descendants, by her first husband were many men of note. The 
children of Samuel and Ann Allyn were : 1, Samuel, Jr., who m. Hannah 
Woodford, 1659, and removed to Northampton with his mother; 2, Nehe- 

* Notes by Edwin Stearns of Jliddletown, Conn. 

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26 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

miah, who m. Sarah Woodford, 1664 ; 3, John, who m. Mary Hannum and 
settled in Deerfield, and had sons John and Samuel ; 4, Abigail; 5, Dea. Obe- 
diah, settled in Middletowu ; 6, name not given, and perhaps a daughter. 
John and Samuel, sons of John Allen, above, settled in Enfield. Conn., 
about 1700. 

Deacon Thomas,* brother of Samuel and Col. Matthew, came first to Cam- 
bridge, Mass., from England in 1632; was freeman, 1635. He removed to 
Hartford with his brother Matthew, 1635; in 1650 had much difficulty with 
his brother Matthew about some contracts and bonds, when several law 
suits ensued, and the court ordered Matthew to pay over to Thomas his dues 
and release his " Specialties." Thomas AUyn was twice m. : 1st wife was 

Isabella , who d. about 1678 ; when Mr. Allyn m. 2, Martha Gipson or 

Gibson, widow of Roger Gipson of Saybrook, Conn., about 1780-1. Mr. 
Gibson d. Dec. 6, 1680, leaving 3 sons and 1 daughter: 1, Samuel, a. 8 ; 2, 
Jonathan, a. 6; Martha, a. 5 ; Roger, Jr.. a. 1|, who all settled in Middletown. 
Thomas Allyn removed from Hartford to Middletown in 1650, " with the first 
planters of Mattabeseck " where he become a prominent man of the town, 
was chosen Deacon of the 1st church, March 16, 1670, was a representative 
to General Court, Selectman, &c. Having no children, he adopted his 
nepliew Obediah Allyn, 4th son of his then deceased brother, Samuel Allyn 
of Windsor, who lived with him during minority and received a large share 
of his estate. Deacon Thomas Allyn, d. Oct. 16, 1688; his will dated Oct. 
15, 1688, and proved Feb. 5, 1689. His widow Martha (Gipson) Allyn, d. 
Nov., 1702, her will was dated April 30, 1690. 

CoL. Matthew,* brother of Samuel and Thomas, was one of the original 
Braiutree company that emigrated to Cambridge, Mass., and afterwards 
joined Rev. Mr. Hooker's company that settled the town of Hartford, and sub- 
sequently removed to Windsor. Matthew Allyn was in Cambridge, Mass., 
1632, and had 45 acres divided to him at the " Common Pales (much the 
largest share of any settler). 1633, had 1 acre for a cow yard, and 3 acres 
planting ground granted "on Neck." 1635, he had grants or purchased 5 
acres at " Wigwam Neck ; " 6 acres at "meadow near Watertown," and 5 
acres at " Charlestown Lane." He owned 5 houses on the Town Plot of 
Cambridge, 1635, lived near the meeting house and was by far the largest 
landholder in Cambridge. — Cambridge Records. 

Obediah,* 4th son of Samuel and Ann Allyn of Windsor, nephew of Col. 
Matthew, was adopted by his uncle Thomas Allyn of Middletown, soon after 
the decease of his father (Samuel), where he resided, and after his uncle's 
death inherited most of his estate. He was admitted to the 1st Church, Mid- 
dletown, by certificate from the church in Windsor, May 2d, 1669, but owned 
the covenant, Nov. 9, 1668, and was chosen Deacon May 31, 1704, when the 
church was first organized. He m. 1, Elizabeth Sanford of Milford, Conn., 
Oct. 23, 1669, by whom he had 8 children, viz.: 1, Obediah, b. Nov. 20, 
1670; 2, Thomas, b. Sept. 20, 1672 ; d. Nov. 8, 1672 ; 3, Thomas 2d, b. Sept. 



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14, 1673, chosen Deacon, April 6, 1727) ; 4, Mary, b. Sept. 1675 (Mrs. Beriah 
Wetmore) ; 5, Anna, b. Sept. 12, 1677 (Mrs. Jolm Lane ; 2d, m. Nath. Bacon) ; 
6, Thankful, b. Sept. 8, 1679 ; 7, Samuel, b. March 5, 1684 ; 8, John, b. Sept. 

27, 1686; Mrs. Elizabeih (Sanford) Allyn, d. ; Dea. Obediah AUyn m- 

2d wife, Mary, widow of John Wetmore and dau. of John Savage; Dea. 
Obediah Allyn d. April 7, 1723 ; Mrs. Mary (Wetmore) Allyn d. Oct. 20, 
1723. 

Jonathan Allen and Thomas Alvord both were recommended from church 
in Northampton, Mass,, and admitted to 1st Church Middletown, March 16, 
1729 ; he m. Elizabeth Allen of Middletown, Oct. 20, 1726, dau. of Thomas and 
Hannah Allen. He resided in Middlefield Society and was Deacon of the 
church in that parish, May 26, 1743 ; he was a descendant of Samuel Allen, 
who d. in Windsor, 1648 ; Dea. Jonathan Allen's l&t wife Elizabeth, d. Oct. 19, 
1762; when Mr. Allen m, wid. Rebecca Wetmore, July 6, 1763 ; he d. Dec. 23, 
1783, a. 80 ; his widow Rebecca d. Feb. 6, 1791, a, 88 yrs. Children by 1st 
marriage : 1, Thomas, b. June 27, 1728; d. Sept. 25, 1736 ; 2, Haunah, b. 
April 10, 1730 ; 3, Elizabeth, b. July 30, 1734 ; d. Oct. 10, 1762 ; 4, Thank- 
ful, b. March 2, 1736 ; 5, Thomas, b. April 18, 1737 ; 6, Sarah, b. March 24, 
1741 ; 7, Experience, b. Feb. 27, 1743; 8, Lucie, b. July 28, 1748. 

ANDERSON, p. 526, 1. 4, John, had Timothy, bap. Aug. 8, 1762; a child, 
bap. Dec. 17, 1765; a child, bap. July 3, 1774. (E. W. C. R.) 

John, Jr., had child, bap. Nov. 23, 1777; a child, bap. Oct. 21, 1781; a 
child, bap. May 23, 1784 ; a child, bap. Aug. 6, 1786 ; a child, bap. Aug. 3, 
1788; Lorrel, bap. Sept. 9, 1792; a child, bap. July 13, 1794. (E. W. C. R.) 

Asa, had a child, bap. May 1, 1763; another, June 23, 1765; another, 
bap. Sept. 10, 1769 ; another, bap. April 9, 1775. (E. W. C. R.) 

ANDROSS, Elijah, had Elijah, bap. Feb. 10, 1765; Mary, bap. March 9, 
1766; Rebecca, bap. Jan. 3, 1768; Love, bap. April 11, 1773 ; Elizabeth, bap. 
Feb. 28, 1779. 

Samuel, Jr., had Dorcas, bap. April 24, 1774; Samuel, bap. June 30, 
1776; d. April 12, 1798; Levi, bap. Oct. 18, 1778; Jerusha, bap. Feb. 19, 
1781; Joel, bap. June, 1787; Rebecca, bap. March, 1788. 

ANDRUS, Rebecca, wife of Samuel, d. Dec. 11, 1759, a. about 38 yrs. 

Dorcas, m. Joseph Wadsworth of Hartford, Aug. 8, 1793. 

ANDREWS, Rev. Josiah B., m. Mary Bisseil, Aug. 17, 1801. (All of this 
name from Why. Ch. Rec.) 

ATWELL, p. 526, 1. 9, Joseph's twins, b. Oct. 25, 1754; one d. Oct. 26; 
his wife d. June 4, 1765, a. about 30 ; they also had Anna, bap. Oct. 17, 1756 ; 
Ozias, bap. July 23, 1758. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

AVERY, p. 526, after 1. 7, insert Robert, m. Anna Barber, Feb. 6, 1780. 
(W.C. R.) 

BAILEY, p. 526, 1. 32, this Smith was bap. May 16, 1773, and had a child, 
bap. June 13, 1773. (E. W. C. R.) 

BAKER, p. 526, 1. 18, for Oct. 17, read Oct. 14. (Col. Rec.) 



28 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

P. 526, 1. 27, Joseph W., in W. C. R., is called " Jr." 

P. 526, 1. 28, add, Irene, m. Win. Francis, Jr., March 1, 1818. 

BALDWIN, p. 526, after 1. 33, add, Theophilus, and wife Alethea, had 
Lydia, Samuel, Polly; Theophilus, bap. Sept., 1785; Henry, bap. March 12, 
1786; Morris, bap. Nov. 13, 1792. (N.' S. R.) 

Ambeose, m. Harriet Marshall, Nov. 21, 1839. (W. C. R ) 

BANCROFT, p. 527, 1. 2, John, d. May 2, 1686. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 527, 1. IS, for Esther Lcason read Glcason. 

Thomas, had children, bap. as follows: Jan. 1, 1769; Jan. 11, 1771; 
March 14, 1773; Sept. 19, 1778 ; March, 1782. (R. W. C. R.) 

Anson, had child, bap. May 27, 1792; Naomi, bap. Jan. 20, 1799 ; Timo- 
thy, bap. July 28, 1805. (E. W. C. R.) 

Samoel, had children bap. as follows : Juno 14, 1772; April 30, 1775; 
April 6, 1777 ; June 27, 1779. (E. W. C. R.) 

Samuel, Jr., had children bap. Nov. 2, 1806; July 24, 1808; Samuel, Oct. 
7,1810; Joseph, March 7, 1813; Harriet, May 28, 1815; Horace, April 19, 
1818. (F- W. C. R.) 

Abnee, had Eunice, bap. Oct, 28, 1764; also children bap. March 8, 1767 ; 
March 6, 1768 ; Oct. 3, 1771 ; and Julia, bap. June 1, 1801 ; possibly this 
last may be the child of another Abner. (E. W. C. R). 

Samuel, had children bap. Nov. 20, 1763 ; Aug. 23, 1767; Sept. 24, 1769. 

Samuel, had child, bap. May 23, 1784. (E. W. C. R.) 

Eli, had children, " W ," bap. Sept. 19, 1802 ; May 27, 1804. (E. W. 

C. R.) 

BARBER, p. 528, 1. 15, Thomas, the emigrant, d. Sept. 11, 1662; his 
wife d. Sept. 10, 1662. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 528, 1. 19, JoHN,2 m. Bathsheba Coggins of Springfield, at S., Sept. 2 
1663. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 528, 1. 22, for Mary read Mercy ,• date of marriage should be Dec. 17, 
1663. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 528, 1. 25, Samuel,* m. Mary Coggins, Dec. 1, 1670 ; he m. his 2d wife 
in January. The wife of Samuel d. May 19, 1676. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 528, 1. 32, David was b. 1686. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 528, 1. 42, for 1698 read 1690. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 529, 1, 42, the maiden christian name of 2d wife of Gideon ^^ was Mary, 
and they were m. Aug. 17, 1769. (Wby. C. R.) 

P. 530, last 1., James, d. Sept. 20, 1776. (Wby. C. R.) 

P. 531, 1. 2, James, the father, d. Jan. 2, 1802, a. 60 ; his wid. Esther, d. 
Dec. 12, 1805, a. 59 ; there was also a brother Roger, bap. with Oliver. (Wby. 
Ch. Rec.) 

P. 531, 1. 4, the record of this family is more fully given in the fol- 
lowing transcript (for which we are indebted to Mr. D. W. Patterson of 
West Winsted, Conn.), from an old account book of Benjamin Barber's: 
•• Benjamin Barbur His Book, Decern^"" Srd 1778, Then I was married to Mrs. 



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RutU Boles. OctotT 27tii 1730, Then our Daughter Ruth was Born. Sept. 20, 
1783, Then our Son Jonah was Born. April 12, 1797, Then Died Benja- 
min Barbur Aged 44 com the 6 day of august." (This identifies him as the 
son of Jonah Barber,^* p. 530, which before was not fully done.) June 16, 
1807, then Died Jonah our Son Aged 23 years and 9 months." (unmarried). 
" Benjamin Barber's accounts," says Mr. Patterson, " show him to have been 
a sort of universal genius, weaving, mending shoes, teaming, letting horses, 
drawing teeth, selling brandy and metheglin." " Ruth Barber, his daughter, 
maiTied Erastus Woodford (Nov. 14, 1805, W. C. R.), settled in Winsted, 
and botli died here a few years ago." 

P. 530, 1. 13, JoNAH,i8 of Poquonnoc, had a Tabitha, bap. May 22, 1758. 
(Why. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 531, 1. 17, for Cass read Case. Their children were Allyn, Ogden, James 
and Esther. (VVby. Ch. Rec.) 

Gideon, m. Rhoda Drake, Dec. 22, 1791, and had Maria, bap. March 1, 

1795 ; Anna Gillet, bap. May 7, 1797 ; Rhoda, bap. May 24, 1801. (W. C. R.) 
Abel, m. Polly Mather, Nov. 24, 1794, and had Fanny, bap. Dec. 27, 1795; 

Rebecca, bap. July 30, 1797 ; John Mather, bap. Nov. 10, 1799. (W. C. R.) 
Samuel, m. Hannah Olds of Sufiield, Sept. 8, 1760, and had Martha, bap. 

June 28, 1761 ; Samiiel, bap. July 25, 1762. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Freeman, m. Mabel Palmer, April 9, 1795, and had Norman, bap. July 3, 

1796 ; Theodore, bap. March 18, 1798 ; Warren Marsh, bap. April 17, 1801 ; 
Harriet, bap. Nov. 7, 1802 ; Emily, bap. Jan. 1, 1809 ; son, bap. Oct. 13, 
1811. (W. C. R.) 

Jerijah, Jr., 23 (p. 530) had Rhoda Ann, bap. Oct. 25, 1819. After his 
death his widow had Nathaniel Hayden ; John Henry and Samuel Jerijah, 
bap. June 5, 1820. (W. C. R.) 

Thaddeus, m. Patty Eggleston, Nov. 24, 1805. 

Eli, had Eli Harvey, bap. March 11, 1792; Horace, bap. Feb., 1794; 
Laura, bap. Nov. 6, 1796; Jerusha, bap. July 22, 1798 ; Giles, bap. May 25, 
1800; Orrin, bap. June 20, 1802. Abigail, bap. Sept. 30, 1804; Jane, bap. 
Oct. 9, 1808. (W. C. R.) 

L0KE, had Charlotte Melvina, bap. Dec. 26, 1813. 

Abnek, had Abner, bap. Dec. 27, 1795 ; Strong, bap. Nov. 10, 1799 ; John, 
bap. Sept. 1802 ; Ralph, bap. July 5,' 1807 ; George Pierpont, bap. Nov. 5, 
1809 ; Julia Ann, bap. Nov. 3, 1811. (W. C. R.) 

Reuben, had Wealthy, bap. Oct. 14, 1787 ; Luther, bap. Feb. 6, 1791 ; 
Elnathan, bap. Oct. 20, 1793; Reuben, bap. Oct. 4, 1795 ; Tirza, bap. Sept., 
1804. (W. C. R.) 

Benoni, m. Patty Goodwin of Hartford Nov. 11, 1790 (W. C. R.); Fide- 
lia, m. Aionzo Bridges of Mulford, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1824. (W, C. R.) 

Aaron, had Elizabeth, bap. Jan. 18, 1784; Levi, bap. Aug. 9, 1799. (W. 
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30 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Isaac, had Martha, d. Nov. 12, 1739, a. about 5 mos. ; Amaziah, bap. 
Sept. 21, 1740 ; Seth, bap. Jan, 9, 1743. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Thomas, had Thomas, bap. June 20, 1814 ; Sarepta, bap. June 22, 1817 ; 
Betsey, bap. Aug. 22, 1819. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Roger, had Erastus, bap. July 5, 1807 ; Joshua Kilborn and Mary Ann, 
bap. Sept. 22, 1805. (W. C. R.) 

P. 529, 1. 12, this Noah and Sybil, also had Noah, bap. July 22, 1764, and 
child, bap. Oct. 12, 1766. (E. W. C. R.) 

J. Warner Barber (author of Hist. Coll. of several states), bap. Oct. 6, 
1816. (E. W. C. R.) 

Marriages from W. C. R. — Eli, Jr., m. Clarissa Wilson, Jan. 13, 1819 ; 
John, m. Ann Newberry, Jan. 21, 1796; Shubael, m. Mary Denslow, July 4, 
1802; Abigail A , m. Lyman Stockbridge of H., Dec. 14, 1809; Horace, m. 
Lucy Wilson, March 16, 1817 ; Charity, m. Pitts Fuller, Nov. 16, 1808 ; 
Trdmbdll, m. Hannah Irviu, March 27, 1815; Abigail, m. Thomas Board- 
man, Aug. 22, 1799. 

Marriages from Wby. Ch. Rec. — Joel (of 1st Society in Windsor), m. Mary 
Drake, Nov. 23, 1758. 

Esther, m. Aaron Foot of Northampton, N. Y., April 7, 1799. 

Charles, m. Dolly Newbury, July 26, 1801. 

Esther, m. Jas. Barber of Medway, Dec. 8, 1803. 

Jerusha, m. Sam. Lemons, April 24, 1808. 

Thomas, Jr., m. Hannah Hubbard, Aug. 18, 1811. 

Ruth, m. Francis of Newington, Aug., 1815. 

David, Jr. (of Poquonnoc), prob. s. of David,!^ m. Jane Filley, Dec. 15, 1776. 

Mary, d. March 3, 1813, a. 66; Asa, d. May 30, 1814; Thomas, son of 
Thomas, d. June, 1814; Oliver's child, d. Aug. 30, 1814, a. 2i; Gkandison's, 
d. Dec. 12, 1814; Betsey, d. April 17, 1815, a. 20; Thomas' child, d. April 
21, 1816, a. 1 yr. 

Widow Martha, d. Aug. 6, 1758, a. about 80 yrs; Mary, d. May 7, 1786, 
in 80th yr. 

Allyn's wife, d. Jan. 1, 1821, a. 42; his child, b. and d. April 3, 1824; 
Erastus, d. July 2, 1824, a. 41 ; Oliver's child, d. Sept., 1824; Thomas, d. 
July 31, 1820, a. 32. 

BARKER, p. 532, 1. 7, Samuel, m. Sarah Cook, June 30, 1670. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 532, I. 10, add, Ethan, m. Sarah Denslow. March 8, 1814 (W. C. R ); 
Ephraim, m. Jerusha Ellsworth, Aug. 4, 1790. (W. C. R.) 

Seth, had a child, which d. May, 1766, a few hours old. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

BARNARD, Aaron, m. Lucy , who d. Sept. 7, 1782; he had child- 
ren, prob. by 2d wife, bap. Hezekiah and Horace, June 5, 1785 ; Sarah, Sept. 
3, 1786. 

Oliver H., m. Anna F. Moore, July 9, 1828. 

BARN[E]S (all notes on this name from Wby. Ch. Rec.) Lt. Ebenezer, who, 
with his wife, came from New Cambridge, d. Sept. 21, 1774, a. about 55 yrs. 



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Timothy, had Polly, bap. Dec. 15, 1774 ; Dorcas, bap. Feb. 16, 1777 ; 

Timothy, bap. Sept. 19, 1776 ; Eunice, bap. Sept. 16, 1781 ; , Aug. 31, 

1783. 

Stephen, had , d. Aug. 10, 1781, a. about 6 weeks. 

"" BARNETT, Robert, m. Ruth , who d. April 1st, 1754, a. about 52 

yrs. ; he d. Sept. 20, ; had Joseph, bap. April 29, 1739, d. May 9, 1739 ; 

Anne, bap. April, 1740 ; Mary, d. July 7, 1743, a. about 16 yrs. (Why. Ch. 
Rec.) 
■"^ Robert, m. Hannah Parsons, March 16, 1758, and had Hannah, bap. July 
23, 1758 ; Robert, bap. March 5, 1761 ; Jose, bap. Jan. 22, 1764, d. May 17, 
1765 ; Sarah, bap. June 10, 1766, d. June 12 ; Jose, bap. June 7, 1767 ; 
Asaph Parsons, bap. Sept. 16, 1770. 
- John, had James, bap. Aug. 4, 1751 ; John, bap. July 1, 1753 ; Rebecca, 
bap. Oct. 19, 1755 ; Mary, bap. Sept. 17, 1757 ; Marine, bap. Sept. 30, 1759 ; 
Samuel Holcomb, bap. Dec. 13, 1761. 

BARRETT, p. 532, Zebulon, had John, bap. Jan. 13, 1799 ; 2 child, bap. 
Nov. 17, 1805 ; Backus, bap. Jan., 1808. (E. W. C. R.) 

BARTLETT, p. 532, 1. 40, Ezaza (Isaiah), d. (prob.) July 13, 1665, (Col. 
Rec.) 

P. 533, 1. 1, the date of Benjamin's marriage should be Feb. 16, 1664, ac- 
cording to Col. Rec, 

P. 533, 1. 7, Jehoidah, m. Sarah Hillier of Windsor, July 10, 1673. Their 
son Joseph was b. 1684. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 533, 1. 36, Isaiah, m. Abia Gillet, Dec. 3, 1663. For Sept. 11, on same 
1., read 12. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 536, 1. 1, the family of Rev. John,^ from Why. Ch. Rec, : Harriet, bap. 
May 19, 1816 ; Mary, bap. June 21, 1815 ; Delia Jane, bap. Oct. 8, 1820 ; 
John Newton, bap. Aug. 24, 1823 ; Ann Eliza, bap. May 21, 1826 ; David 
Van Watrous Golden, bap. June 22, 1728. 

Isaac, m. Olive Rowel, April 29, 1772. Children— OMve, bap. May 30, 
1773, d. Jan. 13, 1777; Jesse, bap. April 30, 1775, d. Oct. 7, 1777; Isaac, 
bap. Aug. 3, 1788 ; Olive, bap. Nov. 6, 1777 ; Louise, bap. June 3, 1781. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

BASS, p. 537, insert, Nathan, had children bap. May 6, 1764 ; Dec. 1, 
1765 ; Oct. 23, 1768. (E. W. C. R.) 

BAXTER, p. 537, 1. 31, add, Francis, Jr., had child, bap. March 7, 1790; 
Anne, bap. Dec. 4, 1791; child, bap. Feb. 16, 1794 ; another, Oct. 30, 1796. 
(E. W. C. R.) 

BEAMOND, p. 537, 1. 34, Jonathan, had children bap. Feb. 29, 1764; 
Oct. 27, 1765 ; Oct. 11, 1767 ; June 18, 1769 ; Sept. 20, 1773 ; May 12, 1776; 
Jan. 17, 1779. (E. W. C. R.) Thomas, m. Lydia Roberts, Jan. 18, 1753; 
had Thomas, bap. Oct. 21, 1753 ; Lydia, bap. Jan. 26, 1755 ; Daniel, bap. 
Aug. 29, 1756 ; Elisha, bap. June 24, 1759. 

" The widow Beaman " d. Aug. 18, 1752, a. about 82 yrs. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 



32 HISTOEY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

BELCHER, p. 537, 1. 35, see also A^. E. Hist, and Gen. Register, xii, 178. 

BELDING (Belden), p. 537, insert after 1. 40, George, m. Hannah Porter, 
July 19, 1796, and had Harriet, bap. Aug. 13, 1797, and George, bap. Nov, 
7, 1804; Sarah Augusta, bap. July 16, 1809 ; Nathan, had Alfred Goodwin, 
July 10, 1848 ; Charles Edmond, bap. July 3, 1853. (W. C. R.) 

Chaklotte, m. Lewis Burr Sturges, May 14, 1794. 

BENNET, p. 538, insert after 1, 9, William, and wife Sarah, moved to 
Windsor, Conn., from Ipswich, Mass. 

BENTON, p. 538, 1. 10, Elihit Stanly, m. Anna Filley, April 1, 1784, and 
had Fanny, bap. July 26, 1789 ; William Sidney, bap. April 17, 1791 ; Elizur, 
bap. Nov. 1, 1795; Anna Maria, bap. July 23, 1797; Henry, bap. Oct. 11, 
1801. (W. C. R.) 

Hepzibah, d. March 11, 1795. 

P. 538, 1. 11, Thomas, Jr., had Jerod Bunce, bap. June 1, 1800; Mary 
Stanly, bap. Sept. 20, 1801; Jennet, bap. March 27, 1802; .Julia, bap. June 
23, 1804; Caroline Dickinson, bap. May 13, 1809. (W. C. R.) 

Samuel, m. Fanny Benton, Nov. 17, 1814. William, m. Chloe Loomis, 
Nov. 4, 1821. (W. C. R.) 

BESUM, John, drowned in the Great river. May 30, 1675. (Col. Rec.) 

BIDWELL, p. 538 (same as Biddle), " Doctor " Ephraim, had children, 
bap. Feb. 19, 1786; 2 bap. Nov. 26, 1786 ; June 3, 1787 ; one early in 1788; 
Ephraim, April 5, 1789 ; Sarah, Feb. 27, 1791 ; Horace, Cynthia, Eunice and 
Julia, Sept. 6, 1807. (E. W. C. R.) 

From Wby. Ch. Rec. — P. 538, 1. 16, this Jonathan, m. Hannah Hubbard, 
Aug. 6, 1740; had Mabel, bap. July 2, 1749; Candace, bap. June 22, 1755, 
d. Aug. 21, 1761; Theodosia, bap. Feb. 6, 1758 ; Mabel, bap. Feb. 1st, 1747, 
was " scalded with milk," and d. Sept. 19, 1748. 

Jonathan, Jr., m. Abigail Eggleston, July 18, 1771 ; he d. June 11, 1787; 
Jonathan, bap. Aug. 17, 1783 ; Nathaniel, bap. Aug. 7, 1786. (Wby Ch. Rec. ) 

Nathaniel, m. Triphena Parsons, Feb. 11, 1810, and had Triphena, bap. 
July 21, d. Dec. 28, 1811 ; Nathaniel, bap. Sept. 20, 1812 ; Jonathan, bap. 
May 8, 1814; Cyrus, bap. Aug. 11, 1816; Cornelius, bap. Aug. 9, 1818; 
Lucia, bap. July 29, 1821; Cornelius, bap. Oct. 28, 1827. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

James, had Horton, bap. Sept. 20, 1812; Anson Lorenzo, bap. June 11, 
1815 ; Catharine, Eliza and Joseph Seymour, bap. Nov. 3, 1816 ; Julia, bap. 
Oct. 11, 1818 ; Sarissa, bap. Aug. 22, 1819 ; Samuel Walter, bap. Aug. 24, 
1823 ; Sarah EHzabeth, bap. Aug. 6, 1826. 

Marriages. — Anna, m. Nathaniel Austin of Torriiigford, Sept. 27, 1775 ; 
Hannah, m. Samuel Foot, March 27, 1766 ; Abigail, m. Charles Seward of 
Torrington, March 11, 1773 ; Jonathan, Jr., m. Anna Brown, March 16, 1800. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Deaths. — Widow Prudence, d. Feb. 14, 1763, a. 80 yrs. ; LoviciA, wife of 
James, d. Sept. 16, 1821, a. 37; Rachel, d. May 27, 1792, a. 41 yrs ; widow 
Hannah, d. Feb. 26, 1794; Jonathan, d. May 12, 1811, a. 65; Jonathan's 



supplf:ment. 33 

youngest child was scalded to deatli, April 8, 1812 ; also another child d. May 
11, 1814, a. 5 ; Cornelius, d. April 25, 1820, a 25. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

BIRGE, p. 538, 1. 23, the name of the emigrant should be Richard, not 
Daniel. 

P. 538, 1. 30, he was buried Sept. 29, 1651. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 538, 1. 32, for Elizabeth read William. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 538, 1. 33, Jeremiah, was b. Jau. 14, 1649, according to Col. Rec, 
which agrees with the age given on last line of the page. 

P. 539, 1. 5, for 1G51, read 1652. 

P 539, 1. 12, the first Daniel b. 1680, died Jan. 12, 1681 (Col. Rec), which 
makes next line incorrect and worthless. 

P. 539, 1. 24, for her, read his. Same line, "Abigail, b. Feb. 15, 1731, m. 
James Spencer, 1751." In regard to this item, Mr. D. W. Patterson .sends 
the following correction: " I have it Esther, m. James Spencer, and that I 
know is the right name. She was bap. in Bolton, Conn., Feb. 20, 1732, and 
I have in my notes that she was born Feb. 15, 1732. That date is not from 
record, but from the mouth of her son, Jeremiah Spencer, now (1860) living 
in Torringford, in 91st year ; but some six months later I saw him again, and 
he then said that she was born the same day that George Washington teas, 
which was Feb. 11, 1732." " Abigail, above referred to, was bap. at Bolton, 
Feb. 8, 1730. James Spencer, m. .Esther Birge, Nov. 21, 1751." 

P. 539, 1. 27, Hinsdale's N. S. R. says, Jebemiah, d. Sept. 15, 1776, of 
epidemic dysentery. 

P. 539, 1. 32, for 1713, read 1763. The Bolton Church Records show that 
this Capt. Jonathan died at Stamford, Conn., Nov., 1776, "by wounds re- 
ceived at the battle of White Plains" — instead of being killed in that battle, 
i&s stated in the text. It is said that it was a musket shot wound in his arm 
which caused his death. His widow m. Deacon Amasa Loomis. See p. 682. 

P. 539, 1. 40, Harris, in the bap. record of N. S., is called Horace, which is 
probably the correct name. 

Joseph, had Jeremy, b. Sept. 22, 1686 ; Maky, wife of Joseph, d. April 
11, 1690. (Col. Rec.) 

BISSELL, p. 540, John, Jr.,^ and Thomas,^ were the subjects of the follow- 
ing marvelous deliverance, as related by Increase Mather, in his Essay for the 
Recording of Illustrious Providences, etc., 'pahVished in 1684: "Remarkable 
also was the deliverance which John and Thomas Bissell of Windsor, afore- 
said (see p. 8 of this Supplement), did at another time receive. John Bissell, 
on a morning, about break of day, taking nails out of a great barrel, wherein 
was a considerable quantity of gunpowder and bullets, having a candle in 
his hand, the powder took fire. Thomas Bissell was then putting on his 
clothes, standing by a window, which, though well fastened, was by the force 
of the powder carried away at least four rods ; the partition wall from an- 
other room was broken to pieces ; the roof of the house opened and slipt off 
the plates about five feet down ; also the great girt of the house at one end 
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34 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

broke out so far, that it drew from the summer to the end most of its tenant. 
The woman of the house being sick, and another woman under it in bed, yet 
did the divine Providence so order things as that no one received any hurt, 
excepting John Bissell, who fell through two floors into a cellar, his shoes 
being taken from his feet, and found at twenty feet distance, his hands and 
his face being very much scorched, without any other wound in his body." 

P. .''i41, Mr. A. S. Kellogg of Vernon, Conn., sends the following note : " I 
am satisfied that you have not ' given the right fathers ' to the families of the 
John Bissells. Of the three Johns named in your foot note, I think it 
was the first (John,^ b. 1661) who had the family you assign to John.i* At 
any rate, the Coventry settler, whom you call ' John 3rd,'' ' was the son of 
your John," p. 543, I. 1 (White Memorials, p. 30). For your third John, 
son of Thomas,' see Trumbull's Col. Rec. of Conn., iii, p. 450. Of your 
second John, son of Samuel,* I can say nothing. It is possible that he is the 
one who had the family of John.i^ Your Lt. John,!^ was an influential citi- 
zen of Bolton, where he d. March 8, 1771, a. 87, ' one of the first settlers.' 
He cannot, therefore, be son of Capt. John of Coventry, for he was older. It 
is very probable that he was the son of Abigail Filley, and the grandson of 
Samuel.*" The Bissell genealogist would do well to consult the Hartford 
Probate Records. 

P. 541, 1. 30, Col. Rec, verify the date of Hannah's birth; consequently 
strike out the interrogation point. 

P. 541, 1. 33, Mindwell, b. Oct. 23. (Col. Rec) 

P. 541, 1. 34, Jonathan was b. March 30, 1664 ; d. Sept. 22, 1672. (Col. 
Rec) 

P. 541, 1. 38, David, b. 1681. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 542, 1. 17, for 20, read 26; for Dec. 3, read 8, (Col. Rec.) . 

P. 542, 1. 18, for 18, read 1. TnoMAS.i* also had Eunice, b. March 30, 
1686, and Nathaniel, b. April 14, 1690. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 542, 1. 19, for Aug. 3, read 23. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 542, 1. 22, Isaac, •' son of Thos., Sen.," b. Sept. 22, 1682 (Col. Rec); 
examine Luke, page 541, 1. 24. 

P. 542, near foot, widow of Thos. Loomis of Hatfield. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 543, 1. 25, Daniel's19 wife Jerusha, d. Feb. 19, 1780. (N. S. R.) 

P. 544, 1. 1, the 11th of Nov. is given as the date of Daniel's death ("worn 
out with age and infirmity"), by N. S. R. 

P. 544, 1. 11, JosiAH,'^! can this be the one mentioned by Rev. Hinsdale, in 
N. S. R., "Dec. 21, 1776, died Josiah Bissell, Esq., of the small pox, at 
Reading. A Pillar is fallen 1 A year of great mortality "? 

P. 544, JosiAH,2i m. on 11th of Aug. (Why. C. R.) 

For obituary notice of the wife of John,' Esq., see Connecticut Courant,'No. 
322, Feb. 26. 1771. 

P. 545, 1. 15, Aurelia, d. Sept. 21, 1777. (N. S. R.) 

P. 545, 1. 41, jABEz,38 m. Dorcas ; also had Jonathan Marsh, bap. 

March 21, 1762. (N. S. R.) 



SUPPLEMENT. 35 

P. 547, 1. 1, the obituary of Josiah," belongs to his son Josiah.s® Edward 
son of Josiah^^ was bap. Jan. 27, 1793 ; his son Richard was bap. Sept. 26, 
1796. (N, 3. R.) His dau. Mary iMatlier, .bap. Oct. 1, 1809. (W. C. R.) See 
also Reilly's Sketches of Rochester, N. Y. 

Henry Bissell or Bassell came from Windsor with his wife " Content," 
to Middletowu Upper Houses (now the town of Cromwell), about 1736. He 
m. Content Cole, Aug. 26, 1736, by Rev. Wm. Russell of Middletown, and 
had seven children. He d. suddenly while in church, March 30, 1777, in 
79th year. His widow d. Dec. 11, 1794, in 85th year. Mr. Bassell removed 
to the Middletown Townplot (now city), 1745, when he purchased tlie lot of 
the late Rev. Mr. Noadiah Russell, on Meeting House Square, 1745, rebuilt 
the house and kept tavern until his death. Children : Mary, b. Upper Houses, 
May 16, 1737, d. May 19, 1740; Henry, b. Feb. 16, 1739; Charles, b. Dec. 
25, 1740 ; Content, b. April 25, 1743 ; David, b. Sept. 11, 1744; John, b. at 
Middletown, Nov. 1, 1748; Thomas, b. Feb. 5, 1752. (From E. Steams, 
Middletown, Conn.) 

Deliverance Bissell. The 1st Ch. in Middletown, Conn., voted, Aug. 
22, 1708, to dismiss Deliverance Bissell (alias Warner), a member of this 
ch., with her dau. Ruth Bissell (alias Warner), to Windsor Scantic Church. 
(From E. Stearns, Middletown, Conn.) 

David (I think No. 62, page 550), is credited in E. W. C. R., with a child 
bap. Sept. 15, 1771. 

Eli ("), is called in E. W. C. R., "Lieut." In same Rec. his dau. Electa, 
is called Rebecca. 

Epapuras,'* according to E. W. C. R., had child bap. Oct. 11, 1795, and 
one bap. June 5, 1808. His s. Theodore, was bap. June 10, 1804; Sidney, 
bap. in March instead of May, and dau. Frances, bap. Oct. 6, 1799. 
Timothy had child bap. May 27, 1781. (E. W. C. R.) 
Matthew had Ami bap. [Sep. or Aug.] 12, 1762; Achsa bap. March 25, 
1764, and children bap. Feb. 12, 1769 ; Jan. 20, 1774. (E. W. C. R.) 
P. 547, 1. 36, Hannah, wife of Ebenezer.s" d. June 14. 
P. 550, 1. 1, Ehzabeth Backus was of E. W. 

P. 551, 1. 26, Sophia, dau. of Aaron," m. Eli Haskell, July 29, 1809, and 
Susan, her sister, m. the same Eli Haskell, Sept. 1, 1819. See also p. 652. 

P. 551, 1. 39, EDWARD,'5d. in Toledo, 0., Nov. 9, 1861, a. 64. The follow- 
ing obituary, by an old and prominent citizen, was published in the Toledo 
Blade, of the 11th : 

• "We first knew the deceased in the fall of 1817, in Geneseo, Livingston 
county and state of New York, to which place he came from the city of New 
York a young man 20 years of age, to commence business as a merchant. 
By those who knew him he was thought to be a young man of more than 
ordinary promise, full of vitality, of good habits, great industry, and having 
entire confidence of a successful life. 

*' He continued in Geneseo until the spring of 1828, when he removed to 



36 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Lockpprt and engaged in the ^business of milling, having erected one of the 
most extensive mills at that time in- Western New York. As a mercliant and 
miller he vs^as very successful, and as a man of integrity we never heard the 
least charge against him. Indeed, we know and are sure he stood deservedly 
high, and by his great industry and energy, guided by intelligence, succeeded 
in accumulating quite a large property, sufficient even at this time to satisfy 
most men's ambition, but not so with him, having set his mark very high. 

" In the spring of 1833, when the tide of emigration began to set west, he 
with another gentleman made a western tour, and among many places visited 
came to this point, then known as Port Lawrence and Vistula, containing at 
that time less than 100 inhabitants ; and so impressed was he with the commer- 
cial importance and value of this point, that he made a large purchase of real 
estate in what is now known as Upper and Lower Toledo, and soon began to 
make liberal expenditures in various improvements. From the first he seemed 
to consider this place as his home, where he expected and intended to stake 
his all and to spend his days. 

In 1836, associated with a few others, he began to make the Erie and Kala- 
mazoo Rail Road to Adrian, 33 miles, at a cost of $300,000. The road was 
so far completed in July, 1837, as to commence the running of cars with 
horses, and at a time when not a barrel of flour or pork came over the road 
for the first year, but the same was in daily use to carry provisions to Adrian 
to feed the population of Southern Michigan. It was this road that in after 
years proved to be the lever that finally settled public opinion in favor of 
Toledo as the only commercial point of any great value at the south end of 
Lake Erie, and we now see and know that the final results of making this 
road at a time when all knew that as an investment 'it would not pay, has 
been to concentrate at this point six important railroads, costing not less than 
$50,000,000, and perhaps it may be said with truth, also, the 700 miles of 
canal, the business of which, connected with Lake Erie, is done at this point. 

We think that these are no common monuments to the credit of Edwakd Bis- 
BKLL, being the logical results of the opening of the road to Adrian, for which 
tlie people of Toledo are more indebted to him than to any ten other men. He 
lived long enough to see that his early opinions were confirmed, but not long 
enough to enjoy all the benefits that he anticipated. The commercial storm 
that swept over the whole country in the spring of 1837, carried him with 
others upon the breakers, and of course left him at the mercy of the wreck- 
ers ; since which he has been most laborious to remedy the losses of that de- 
structive year, and it gives us unfeigned pleasure to hear that he did succeed 
in some measure in leaving his family with such means as in the end, if 
taken care of, will prove a very rich inheritance." 

His son Henry, is now Sergeant-Major of the 111th Ohio volunteer regi- 
ment in the civil rebellion. His dau. Julia W., is now the wife of AsaBackui 
of Norwich, Conn. His son, Edward, Jr., m. Miss Secor of Toledo, Dec. 25, 
1862. 



SUPPLEMENT. 37 

P. 552, 1. 12, is this Jonathan the same as the " John Humphrey " bap. 
Nov. 16, 1800, of the W. C. R.? 

P. 552, 1. 10, add to this family the name of Eli, who d. Sept. 15, 1777. 

(N. S. R.) 

P. 552, 1. 33, the 2d wife of Ozias, was Sarah Hoffman, whom he m. when 

he was upwards of 80 years old. Elizabeth Kilbouriie was the wife of Ozias, 

Jr. 
P. 552, 1. 34, Russell d. in Missouri, in 1807. 
P. 552, 1. 37, Daniel, was a Brigadier-General in the U. S. A., for many 

years, and d. near St. Louis more than 20 years ago. 

P. 553, 1. 9, Cxeorge also had five sons, four of whom are in Iowa, and one 

a resident of St. Louis, Mo. 

The above items relative to the Ozias Bissell branch are furnished by Lewis 

Bissell of St. Louis, Mo., a grandson of Ozias Bissell, Sr. 

P. 553, I. 14, Elijah, and Kezia, had Laura, bap, Dec. 14, 1783. (N. S. R.) 
P. 553, 1. 20, Rev. Hezekiau's family from Wby Ch. Rec. In addition to 

those named, Mary, bap. Sept. 6, 1747; Wealthy Ann, bap. March 19, 1752; 

Mary, bap. Oct. 8, 1758. Also the following record by Rev. Mr. B., Records of 

Wby. Church: " Nov^. 9, (1757), at abot. 2 o clock in ye morning, dyed with 

the Canker fever, or the Tliroat Distemper my Eldest Daughter, Mary Bissell, 

aged Ten years, one month & Twenty Seven Days. She dyed on ye 12'!' Day 

of her Sicks. Nov''. 21st at abo* half an hour after Eleven at night Dyed my 

other and only Daughter Wealthann Bissell, with the same Distemper, aged 

Five years seven months and Eighteen Days. She dyed on ye 14tli Day of 

her Sicks." 

His first son Hezekiah, d. July 12, 1742. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 553, 1. 26, Harry should be Henry ; his wife was of W., and the W. C. 

R., give Nov. 28, as the date of their marriage. 
P. 553, 1. 28, 1823 should be 1827. 
P. 553, 1. 40, should be entirely erased, as an incorrect version of line 3, 

on page 550. 
JosiAH, had Mary Strong, bap. Nov. 16, 1800. (W. C. R.) Query— Is this 

identical with Mary M., line 9, page 547 ? 

Ebenezek, had John Devotion, bap. Oct. 20, 1782. (W. C. R.) Query — la 

this the John M. D., line 5, page 546 ? Probable. 

Jacob, m. Esther , and had Ralph, bap. Sept. 27, 1789 ; infant dan. 

Jerasha, d. Sept. 18, 1777. (N. S. R.) 

Fitch, m. Livia , and had Fitch, bap. Aug. 21, 1791 ; Cyrus, bap. 

July 21, 1793. (In the record of this birth the name of the mother is Livia 

Drusilla.) (N. S. R.) 

Fitch, m. Fanny Loomis, April 3, 1815. (W. C. R.) 
Ebenezer Fitch, had Eunice, bap. June 29, 1800. (W. C. R.) 
Jonathan, had Sally Wolcott, bap. Aug. 31, 1794. (W. C. R.) 
Joseph, had Tulla ; had Aurelia, bap. Oct. 17, 1784. (N. S. R.) 



38 HISTORY OP ANCIKNT WINDSOU. 

Joseph and Sally , (possibly and probably intended for, and the cor- 
rect name of Joseph's wife, instead of Tulla, as above) had Wolcott, bap. 
Feb. 19, 1786. (N. S. R.) 

Joseph and Polly (same as Sally above, I think), had Joseph, bap. Feb. 
27, 1791. (N. S. R.) 

Jemima, m. John Crossett, May 27, 1800. N. S. R. 

From East Windsor Records. — Noadiah (probably Maj N. p. fiSO, 1. 2), m. 
Sybil Enos of Hartland, Vt., at Hartford, .July 13, 1794; wlio d. June, 1796; 
he then m. Betsy Shuttleworth of Dedham, Mass., Jan. 27, 1797; he was 
probably the Noadiah who had dau. Eliza, bap. Oct. 11, 1795, as recorded in 
E. W. C. R. AuREUA, m. Wm. Henry Mather of Suffield Jan. 1, 1824. 
Mary, m. Amos Daniels of Ludlow, Mass., Nov. 10, 1823. Mary, m. Timothy 
Smith of Amhei'st, Mass., June 7, 1827. Ei,eanor, m. Jonah Rice of Hart- 
ford, April 24, 1832. Dolly, m. Rufus Ru.ssel of Sunderland, Mass., Deo. 8, 
1823. Jane Melissa, m. Wm. Green, April 29, 1824. Betsy, m. James 
Pelton, Feb. 23, 1834. Jemima S., m. Chauncey C. Sexton, Nov. 28, 1839. 
Hannah Amelia, m. John C. D. Qarpenter, Oct. 4, 1842. Apelia, m. Francis 
W. Shepard of Northampton, Mass., April 29, 1844. Cornelia M., m. Chas. 
H. Talcott of Glastenbury, Jan. 8, 1851. 

Elizabeth, d. April 29, 1849. 

5. W. Graveyard. — Ebenezer's child, d. July 6, 1728 ; and son d. Dec. 28, 
1757; the wife of Thomas, Elizabeth, d. April 6, 1742. Nathaniel, d. 
March 6, 1752. Esther, d. July 31, 1741. Noah, s. of Noah, d. March 25, 
1775. Wid. Esther, buried July 31, 1747. Wid. Mary, d. March 9, 1753. 
Sarah, buried Sept. 15, 1776. Peggy, buried Nov. 20, 1835. 

From Wby. Ch. Rec. — Jonathan, had Jonathan, bap. Feb. 10,1745. 

Dea. Hezekiah, d. Jan. 14, 1802, a. 59 ; had Juliana, bap. -April 1, 1792. 

Nancy, m. Asher Adams of Boston, Feb. 23, 1800. 

BLANCHARD, p. 554, 1. 31, Simon, m. Eunice Squire, Oct. 29, 1823. 

P. 554, 1. 29, for 1795, read 1793. 

P. 554, 1. 34, for 1852, read 1832. 

Ursula, m. Luke Adams, Feb. 19, 1819. (W. C. R.) 

Adelissa, m. Luman Squires, Feb. 18, 1817. (W. C. R.) 

Sarah, had child bap. Aug. 3, 1766. (E W. C. R.) 

BLISS, p. 555, Stodghton (probably son of Peletiah, line 10), had child, 
bap. May 20, 1787 ; Jan. 24, 1790 ; Peletiah, bap. April 22, 1792 ; Reuben, bap. 
Feb. 7, 1795; Reuben, bap. March 17, 1799. (K. W. C. R.) 

BLODGET, p. 555, 1. 35, Cephas, then of E. W., m. Huldah Gaylord of 
W., Sept. 27, 1814. (W. C. R.) See also page 556, line 28. 

BOLES, p. 557, 1. 20, " Record of Samuel Boles and Familys Births and 
Deaths. March 19th, 1710, Samuel Boles was born. Oct. 28, 1719, Ruth 
Boles, his wife, was born. August 12th, 1747, Mary, their Daughter, was born. 
April 3d, 1753, Ruth, their Daughter, was born. July 31st, 1750, Elizabeth, 
their Daughter, was born. Sept. 13th, 1762, Samuel Boles departed this life, 



SUPPLEMENT. 39 

agpd 52. April 7tli, 1792, Paitli, his wife, departed this life aged 73. Nov. 
2d, 1797, Klizabeth, hi.s daughter, departed this life aged 47. June 16th 

1810, Mary, his daughter, departed this hfe 63. June 11th, 1831, 

Ruth, their Daughter, died 78 (she was the wife of Benjamin Barber, page 
531, and prohablv the Widow Ruth Rockwell noticed on page 767, line 3). 
Thus ended the Family of Samuel Boles." (Furnished by D. W, Patterson 
of W. Winsted, Conn.) 

BOOTH, p. 557. 1. 37, Aaron, Jr. (E. W.), m. Ann Nash (of Why.) Oct. 
22, 1773; and d. Aug. 18, 1774, aged a few wks. ; David, bap. April 21, 1776; 
Levi, bap. April 26, 1778 ; Russell, bap. Sept. 23, 1781. The children given 
to his father (beginning with Chloe) must also belong to him, he probably 
having removed to E. W. again. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

BOWERS, p. 558, 1. S, insert Stephen, m. Wealthy Loomis, Nov. 16, 1780. 
(W. C. R.) 

John (Bower), had by wife Catherine, Mary Ann, b. Feb. 17, 1765; 2 child, 
bap. Nov. 14, 1766; 2 child, bap. Feb. 15, 1769; Aug. 4, 1771; July 25, 
1773; a John (probably same), had child, bap. Sept. 15, 1782 ; Nov. 19, 1797. 
AzEL, had child, bap. Aug. 21, 1768 ; Aug. 25, 1771 (all above from E. W. 
C. R.). 

BRADLEY, p. 558, after 1. 25, insert Almond (E. W.), m. Pamelia Spencer, 
April 15, 1816. (W. C. R.) 

BRANKER, p 558, insert, Mr. John, d May 27, 1662. (Col. Rec.) 

BROOKS, p. 558, 1. 33, for 20, read 25. In 1. 36, for 1665, read 1665-6. 

BROWN, p. 558, 1. 40, for Salem, read Plymouth. 

Thefollowing from Why. Ch. Rec.—F. 559,1. 27, Jonathan.^ d. Aug. 26, 
1747; and his wid. Mindwell, d. March 1, 1767, a. about 92. 

P. 559, 1. 40, The wife of Benjamin,* (Hannah) d. Aug. 25, 1759, a. per- 
haps 38 yrs. He m. 2, wid. Mary Brown of W. Hartford, June 12, 1760. 
He had by his first wife, in addition to those mentioned in the book, the fol- 
lowing: Joseph, bap. May 27, 1753; Kezia, bap. Jan. 11, 1756; Aaron, bap. 
Dec. 10, 1758. By his 2d wife he had Louis, bap. March 29, 1761; Mo.ses, 
bap. Feb. 5, 1764; who d. May 22, 1775. His dau. Hannah seems to have 
been b. in 1745. 

P. 560, 1. 9, for 1'7^7, read 1737. 

P. 560, 1. 26, inasmuch as Justus was bap. after his father's death, the 
Jonathan on this line is evidently the son of some other Jonathan, than 
Jonathan, Jr.^- 

P. 560, 1. 28, for Eli, read Levi. 

P. 560, 1. 11, Isaac, 8 also had the following : Isaac, bap. April 27; d. Oct. 
26, 1740; Martha, bap. July 25, 1742; d. June 23, 1775 ; Isaac, bap. June 11, 
1738; d. Jan. 22, 1739 ; Isaac, bap. July 25, 1743; d. Oct. 8, 1743; Mindwell, 
bap. Sept. 23, 1744. Martha (wife of Isaac, ^) d. Aug. 12, 1772, a. about 68 
yrs.; Isiiac himself d. Se])t. 8, 1775. 

Benjamin, had Moses, bap. Nov. 4, 1781 ; Nabby, bap. Nov. 24, 1799 ; Miles, 



40 HISTOUY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Mary and William, bap. May 21, 1809 ; David, bap. Juue, 1812 ; Orriu, bap, 
July 10, 1814 ; Rosa Abigail, bap. Sept. 22, 1816 ; Lucy Elizabeth, bap. July 
4, 1819 ; Fauny Lucinda, bap. May 4, 1823; William, bap. Aug. 6, 1826. 

Benjamin, Jr. (perhaps the above), had Rockee, bap. Oct. 6, 1771 ; Benja- 
min, bap. Oct. 13, 1776. 

Ebenezek, m. Susanna Pierce, Dec. 19,1776; had Ebenezer, bap. Sept. 7, 
1777; Hezekiah, bap. May 19, 1781; Susy, bap. July 23, 1786. 

Titos (of Poq.), had Aaron, bap. March 29, 1761; Abigail, bap. Oct. 2, 
1763. 

Ezra (of Poq.), m. Chloe Hoskins, Oct. 13, 1757; had Sarah, bap. April 
12, 1758 ; Chloe, bap. March 4, 1759 ; Sarah, bap. March 29, 1761 ; Ezra, bap. 
May 29, 1763 ; Rhoda, bap. June 23, 1765 ; Isaac, bap. May 31, 1767 ; Loanna, 
bap. July 16, 1769; Hannah, bap. Oct. 25, 1772. 

Ezra (perhaps the above), had bap. Aug. 31, 1783; Ursula, bap. Feb. 

26, 1775; Polly, bap. April 26, 1778,- 

Alpheus, m. Miriam Burr, Oct. 9, 1771; he d. Sept. 3, 1821, a. 72; Char- 
lotte, bap. Jan. 26, 1772 ; Alpheus, d. Nov. 2, 1779, a. about 20 months ; 
Miriam, bap. Nov. 4, 1781. 

Moses, had Sidney and Steward, bap. May 21, 1809 ; James, bap. Aug. 18, 
1811 ; Elizabeth, bap. May 21, 1815. 

Joseph, had ; d. Nov. 23, 1705, a. about 6 months. 

Joseph, Jr., had Luther Rogers, bap. Sept. 21, 1817 ; Mary Ann, bap. June 
18, 1820 ; Almira, bap. Oct. 1824 ; Albert Stow, bap. June 22, 1828 ; had a 
child d. in 1829, a. 2 yrs.; also one Nov. 22, 1822, a. 15 hours. 

Stephen, m. Ruth Mahala who d. (and an infant also), Feb. 4, 1811, 

a. 29 ; had Ruth and Stephen, bap. Sept. 28, 1806. 

Cornelius (probably son of Dea. Cornelius, p. 559), bad Cornelius, bap. 
Jan. 6, 1740; Stephen, bap. Feb. 17, 1742. 

Ephraim, had Ephraim, bap. Oct. 22, 1738. 

JoEJC LooMis, m. Wealthyann Burr, Sept. 21, 1800, is probably same Loomis 
who had Anna, Salome, Sherman and Edwin, bap. June 1, 1814 ; d Juue 4. 

John, Jr. (of Poq.), m. Hannah Owen, March 2, 1758.W.-. 
-_ Uriah, m. Chloe Clark of Poquonnoc, June 4, 1778. 

Samuel, m. Sena , who d. March, 1782. 

Ebenezer, m. Ruth Pinney of Simsbury, Feb. 16, 1800. 

Hezekiah, m. Eunice Burr, Dec. 29, 1803. 

Amy, m. Reuben Judd, Jr., of Hartford, Oct. 31, 1773. 

Samuel, m. Lois Segar, April 10, 1806. 

Anna, m. Philip Putnam, Nov. 30, 1806. 

Lucinda M., m. Harry Webster of Simsbury, March 8, 1809. 

Benjamin, m. Mrs. Theda Filley, Nov. 10, 1809. 

Jerusua, m. Calvin Hammon of Jericho, Oct. 6, 1773. 

Calvin, m. Sylvia Parsons, July 27, 1815. 

Susan, m. Fred. Wilson of HarLland, Oct. 19, 1815. 



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Anne m. Smith, Oct. 12, 1824. 

Chloe, m. Francis Barnard of Scotland, Oct. 8, 1778. 

Mary, m. John C. Smith of Wallingford, Oct. 25, 1824. 

Harriet (wid. of Sam.), m. Oliver Baker of Springfield, Nov. 7, 1826. 

Elizabeth, (of Poq.) m. Joel Loomis of Torrington, June 4, 1752. 

Weathy Ann, m. Edwin Bissell of Wallingford, Sept. 22, 1828. 

Deaths. — Abigail (wife of Benjamin), d. Jan. 31, 1809, a. 57. Wid. Hannah, 
d. March 23, 1802, in 81styr. Samuel, d. Feb. 2, 1803, a. about 60. Stephen, 
had an infant, d. Jan. 2, 1808. Samuel's child, d. April 30, 1807, a. 6 mos. 
Annie, d. April 19, 1801, a. 19, Samuel, d. Dec. 30, 1823. Lucia, d, June 
29, 1828, a. 5. Hannah, d. Oct. 19, 1825, a, 80. William, d. Oct. 24, 1825, 
a. 23. Joseph, Sen'r's wife d. March 7, 1825. Ebenezer, d. June 30, 1796, 
a 46. An infant of Philip, d. June 30, 1796. Micah's idiot child, d. Dec. 
14, 1796, a. 27. Benjamin, d. Nov. 15, 1799. Enoch, d. Jan. 19, 1801, a 
27. Wid. Susannah, d. Sept. 14,1813. Eli's child, d. Sept. 25, 1814, a, 
13 mos. Loomis (perhaps), d. Feb. 1818. 

P. 560, 1. 31, Stephen, m. Ruth M. Loomis, Sept. 20, 1801; and Stephen, 
(probably the same) m. Ruth Dean of Simsbury, Nov. 20, 1809. 

Ephkaim, and Mary (probably the same as Ephraim and Mercy), had son 
Joab, bap. Feb. 15, 1767. (N. S. R.) 

JoAB, had William, bap, Oct. 23, 1803. (W. C. R.) 

William, had Mary, bap. Aug. 2, 1801. (W. C. R.) 

John, m. Ruby Palmer, Sept. 30, 1798. 

Eunice, m. John Robeson, Aug. 4, 1800, 

BUCKLAND, p. 562, 1. 13, Mary, b. Dec. 13. 

P. 562, 1. 15, Hannah, d. Dec. 23, 1676. 

P. 562, 1. 27, Hannah, d. Sept. 15, 1674; " b. ye first day." 

P. 562, 1. 28, John d. also Dec. 7. 

A Thomas, m. Hannah (dau. of Nathl.) Cook, Oct. 21, 1675. (All aboTe 
from Col. Rec.) 

BUEL, p. 563, 1. 15, Sarah, b. in Nov. (Col. Rec.) Benoni, had Elnathan 
before March 11, 1744. (Why. Ch. Rec.) Peter, m. Martha Coggens, " both 
of Windsor," March 31, 1670. (Col. Rec.) 

BULL, Capt. Manning, had a child which d. Feb. 7, 1769, a. few hours ; 
Daniel, bap. Feb. 18, 1770. (Why. Ch, Rec.) 

BURNHAM (page 564) insert Abner, had child, bap, Aug. 20, 1780 ; Feb. 
24, 1782; May 23, 1784 ; Feb. 19, 1786 ; Nov. 18, 1787 ; Oct. 4, 1789 ; Mat- 
thew Rockwell, bap. July 24, 1791; El—, bap. Sept. 8, 1793; Emily, bap. 
June 20, 1796 ; Abner, bap. Jan. 19, 1798 ; W-— , bap. Sept. 8, 1799. (E, 
W. C. R.) 

Elijah, had child, bap. June 13, 1773. (E. W. C, R.) Buruham, 

had child, bap. Nov. 1773; Feb. 6, 1774; May 14, 1780. (E. W. C. R.) 

" William, son of Thos. Burnam and Elizabeth, dau. of Nathaniel Lomas 
were m. June 28, 1671." (CoL Rec.) 
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42 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Daniel, had child, bap. Aug. 13, 1775. (E. W. C. R.) 

Stephen, had child bap. July 17, 1796 ; June 21, 1801 ; and Wells, bap. 
March 16, 1794. (E. W. C. R.) Charles, had child bap. Sept. 11,1775. 
Silas, m. Hannah Morton of E. Hartford, Sept. 3, 1747. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

BURLISON, Daniel, had Esther, bap. Dec. 8, 1751; d. Feb. 9, 1752. Job, 
had Abigail, bap. May 4, 1755. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

BURR, p. 564, Abraham, had Henry and Abraham, bap. Aug. 5, 1804 ; 
William, bap. Oct. 29, 1809. Titus, m. Elizabeth Wilson, Sept. 1814. (W. 
C. R.) Isaac (probably Dr. Isaac, line 26), had child, bap. May 29, 1792; 
Sept 28, 1794; Jerusha, Horace, Orrin, bap. Feb. 1, 1801. (E. W. C. R.) 

Solomon, m. Deborah Watson, Nov. 27, 1754. Samuel's (line 32) first 
child b. Oct. 4, 1753. (R. MSS.) 

M following from Why. Ch. Rec.—F. 564, 1. 13, Stephen and Sarah's 
children were Clarre, d. Sept. 6, 1775, a. 21 yrs. ; Eunice, d. Sept. 12, 1775, 
iu 7th year; Eunice, bap. Oct. 13, 1776 ; d. Sept. 5, 1777; Clare, bap. April 
4, 1779. 

P. 564, 1. 15, Nathaniel, Jr., had Horace, bap. March 29, 1767; Elijah, 
bap. April 17, 1768; Bissell, bap. Jan. 26, 1772; Nathan, bap. Feb. 25, 1776. 

Nathaniel m. Hannah Loomis, July 8, 1740, had Hannah, bap. Nov. 8, 
^741 ; Nathaniel, bap. June 19, 1743; Isaiah, bap. Sept. 8, 1745; Anna, bap. 
March 8, 1747; Eunice, bap. July 16, 1749; Salem, bap. June 14, 1752; 
Miriam, bap. July 21, 1754 ; Freelove, bap. July 11, 1756. 

See also under head of Phelps, Shubael. 

Adonijah had Adonijah, bap. Jan. 21, 1750; Zabina, bap. Dec. 15, 1751; 
Asa, bap. Nov. 11, 1753; Roger, bap. Nov. 9, 1755 ; Beersheba, bap. Oct. 2, 
1757. 

Gibeon m. Eunice Loomis, Nov. 11, 1742; she d. Aug. 30, 1746, a. about 
26 yrs.; had Eunice, "an abortive child ;" bap. June 17, 1743, " in his house;" 
d. same day ; Eunice, bap. Oct. 14, 1744 ; Sarah, bap. Sept. 7, 1746 ; Gideon, 
bap. Nov. 20; d. Nov. 30, 1749; Gideon, bap. Dec. 9, 1750; Elizabeth, 
bap. May 20, 1753 ; Hannah, bap. June 8, 1755; Ozias, bap. Dec. 4, 1757 ; 
Phena, bap. Oct. 26, 1760 ; Moses, bap. April 3, 1763. 

Noadiah, Jr. (p. 564, 1. 39), m. Abigail Pease, May 17, 1757; had Abigail, 
who d. March 5 or 7, 1777, in 18th yr. ; Noadiah, bap. May 18, 1760; 
Hannah, bap. July 5, 1761; Joseph, bap. Oct. 9, 1763; Thede, bap. April 
28, 1765 ; Rachel and Rhoda, twins, bap. March 16, 1766 ; Abi, bap. March 
27, 1768; Kezia, bap. May 7, 1769 ; Abraham, bap. July 15, 1770 ; Lois, bap. 
July 14, 1771; Asena, bap. Nov. 8, 1772 ; d. Sept. 23, 1775 ; Noah, bap. July 
17, 1774; d. Sept. 22, 1775 ; Noah, bap. June 2, 1776; Martin, bap. Aug. 
2, 1778 ; Abigail, bap. Oct. 10, 1779. 

Noadiah Jr. m. Hannah Rowley, Jan. 20, 1780; had Wealthyann, bap. 
Sept. 24, 1780 ; Titus, bap. Aug. 31, 1783. Wby. Ch. Rec. in 1785, say " some 
time last spring, Noadiah Burr, Jr., had a child scalded to death ; "Noadiah 
had Erastus and Oliver, bap. Aug. 19, 1778. 



SUPPLEMENT. 43 

Ebenezer m. Hepzibah Brown, Jan. 10, 1740, had Ebenezer, bap. Aug. 8, 
1741; Oliver, bap. Feb. 27,1743; Lucy, bap. June 30,1745; Daniel, bap. 
March 8, 1747; Aaron, bap. Oct. 28, 1750. 

SAM0EL (p. 5b'4, 1. 32), his wife Christian, d. Jan. 27, 1782; had , bap. 

Sept. 23, 1764; Mary, bap. August, 1765; Samuel, bap. Nov. 15, 1761; 
Kitte, bap. Aug. 5, 1764 ; Peletiah, bap. July 24, 1768. 

Samuel Jr. m. Clarissa Barber of Windsor South, Oct. 15, 1792, who d. 
Nov. 24, 1795, a. about 23, and had Peletiah Watson, bap. June 17, 1798 ; 
Clarissa, bap. July 6, 1800 ; Pamela, bap. Oct. 7, 1804 ; Samuel, who d. Oct. 
3, 1804, a. about 2 yrs. ; Samuel, bap. July 3, 1808. 

Amos m. Anne Rowel, Dec. 30, 1761 ; he d. July 19, 1775, in 65th yr. ; 
Amos, bap. April 22, 1764 ; Eunice, Thomas and Timothy, bap. Nov. 4, 
1792 ; Timothy, bap. June 30, 1799 ; Nathan, bap. Aug. 3, 1800 ; Laura, 
bap. Aug. 8, 1802. 

Isaiah m. Eunice Rowel, May 10, 1773; he d. April 27, 1779, in 34th yr. ; 

had ; d. Nov. 30, 1773, about 2 hrs. old; Joab. bap. Jan. 8, 1775; 

Irum, bap. Feb. 16, 1777; Isaiah, bap. July 18, 1779. 

Isaac had Rockee (Roxa ?), bap. Aug. 6, 1780 ; Deborah, bap. Oct. 17, 
1784; Chester, bap. June 16, 1787. 

John, Jk. m. Tabitha Loomis, Dec. 17, 1747; had John, bap. Aug. 5, 1750. 

Salmon (see 1. 36, p. 564) had Salmon, bap. March 21, 1756; Elizabeth, 
bap. March 26, 1758 ; Salmon, bap. March 30, 1769; Theodore, bap. Oct. 9, 
1763. 

Alpheps had Anne, bap. Jan. 29, 1775 ; Alpheus, bap. Feb. 8, 1778. 

Salem, m. Ann Cole, Feb. 17, 1780 ; Eleanor, m. Amajiah Watson of 
New Hartford, Dec. 5, 1776. 

Noah m. Lucy Cadwell, Nov. 28, 1799 ; his child d. May 3, 1809 ; 
Hannah, m. Luther Barber of Norfolk, Oct. 15, 1761. 

Isaac, m. wid. Tabitha Filley, Aug. 13, 1800 ; Anna, m. Edmund Brown 
of Norfolk, May 9, 1761. 

Samuel's son, Samuel Jr. d. Oct. 21, 1816, a. 4; Hannah, d. June 11, 1804, 
a. 43 ; Ebenezer, d. May 3, 1811, a. 70 ; Samuel, d. Aug. 13, 1817, a. 87 ; 
Samuel's wife, d. May, 1817 ; John, d. May 5, 1741, a. about 71 ; NoAniAH, 
d. Feb. 12, 1762, a. about 60; Noadiah, d. June 28, 1793, a. 61; John, d^ 
Sept. 25, 1769, in 74th yr. ; Wid. Deborah, d. June 27, 1792, in 70th 
year; Samuel Jr. d. Sept. 16, 1814, a. 53; Wid. Burr, d. Sept. 4, 1767, in 
93d year; Theodore, d. Feb. 23, 1796, a. 33 ; Titus, d. Jan. 26, 1799, in 62d 
yr. ; Nathaniel, d. May 5, 1772, a. about 66 yrs. ; Joseph, d. Jan. 29, 1812 ; 
Linus, d. Sept. 2, 1775, a. perhaps 43 ; Amos' son d. Aug. 20, 1794, a. 3 yrs. ; 
Martin's child, d. October, 1809, a. 9 mos. ; Samuel's wife Sarah, d. Feb. 
25, 1806, a. 76 ; wid. Hannah, d. Dec. 16, 1777, in 75th yr. ; wid. Abigail, 
d. May 15, 1814, a. 76 ; wid. Ruth, d. Dec. 9, 1814, a. 74; Stephen, Jr., 
d. April 3, 1682; Rhoda, d. OctH23, 1722, a. 50; Isaac d. May 13, 1822, 
a. 63; Isaac's wife, d. March 13, 1799, a, 42. 



44 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

BUTLER, p. 565, Richard m. Mary Griswold, Oct. 19, 1817 ; had son Jo- 
siali, bap. Sept. 7. 

L. 24, Josiah, d. October, 1799. R. MSS., 1755. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

L. 19, Wby. Ch. Rec. makes dates of Samuel's child one year later, viz : 
Jerusha's death, and births of Jerusha 2d, Abigail and Zachariah 1st and 2d. 
Also gives d. of Zech. 1st as Sept. 24, 1754, a. 18 mos. ; d. of Zech. 2d, 
April 1, 1759, a. 3 yrs. and about 7 mos. 

Thomas Jr. and his wife Abigail moved to Windsor from Ipswich, Mass. 

BOTTOLPH, David, had David, bap. June 5, 1740; Elijah, bap. May 16, 1742. 

Nathaniel, m. Anne Gillet, Dec. 27,1770; had Lucy and Lucretia, bap. 
June 13, 1773 ; the former d. 1783 ; Luerne, bap. May 3, 1778 ; d. Sept. 1, 
1779; Anne, bap. Aug. 21, 1780; d. same day; Nathaniel, bap. Sept. 9, 
1781 ; d. Oct. 10, 1785. (Wby. Ch. Reo.) 

Dea. Isaac, m. Sarah, who d. Jan. 12, 1753, a. 54. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Joseph d. March 8, 1797, in 20th yr. ; Anna, d. Dec. 27, 1792, a. about 40, 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

CADWELL. Ml the following from Wby. Ch. Rec.—?. 565, 1. 32, Thomas 
m. Mary Porter, Dec. 20, 1752, and had b. May 16, 1753. (R. MSS.) 

Matthew had Matthew, bap. June 12, 1748 ; Elizabeth, bap. March 11, 
1750; Anne, bap. Jan. 5, 1752; Peletiah, bap. July 7, 1754; Theoda, bap. 
Dec. 5, 1756; Hulda, bap. Aug. 19, 1759; John, bap. Jan. 3, 1762; Lois, 
bap. March 18, 1764 ; Elizabeth, bap. Aug. 1765 ; Justus, bap. Aug. 25, 1775. 
Rosanna, wife of Matthew, d. June 26, 1787. Perhaps mother of the above 
family. 

Matthew, Jr., m. Joanna Marshall, Feb. 12, 1767, he d. Aug. 1, 1773, in 
48th yr. Had Matthew, bap. May 24, 1767 ; Justus, bap. May 7, 1769, d. Oct. 
28, 1775 ; Abijah, bap. March 18, 1770 ; George, bap. May 2, 1773 ; Elizabeth, 
who d. instantly while at dinner, Nov. 3, 1764, in 15 yr. ; Joanna, bap. May 
8, 1774, who d. Oct. 13 or 14, 1775; Justus, bap. April 19, 1776, who d, 
Sept. 30, 1777, a. 15 mos. 

James, who d. Aug. 29, 1771, in 75th yr., had James, bap. Dec. 26, 1742. 
James, Jr., m. Mary Foot, Nov. 19, 1767, and had Aaron, bap. Nov. 6, 
1768; Mary, bap. Nov. 11, 1770; Rhoda, bap. Feb. 7, 1773; James, bap. 
July 30, 1775 ; Martin, bap. Feb. 15, 1778. 

Moses, had Lois, d. Aug. 23, 1741, a. about 5 yrs ; Timothy, d. Feb. 18, 
1738, a. about 6 yrs. ; Olive, bap. Nov. 25, 1739, d. Aug. 20, 1741 ; Timothy, 
bap, Sept. 6, d. Sept. 20, 1741. 

Samuel, Jr., had child d. Nov. 27, 1828, a. about 2 days ; also d. Dec. 

10, 1828, a, 6 yrs. 

Peletiah, m. Lucy Foot, Nov. 7, 1776, who d. Aug. 9, 1781, a. 24 yrs. 
He d. Sept., 1817. Had Peletiah, bap. Dec. 7, 1777; Levi, bap. Feb. 17, 
1780 ; by 2d wife. Orris and Lucy, bap. Nov. 19, 1786; Erastus, bap. Sept. 
2, 1787 ; Sylvia, bap. March 6, 1796. 

Allyn, m. Nancy Latimer, May 7, 1810, had Nancy Amelia, Edward Lati- 
mer, Sidney, Elizabeth, Julia Ann, Levi Hayden, Anson, Allyn. 



SUPPLEMENT. 45 

Theodoke, had , d. Sept. 24, 1785 ; a son who d. Nov. 1, 1799, a. 

6 yrs. 

Theodorps (prob. same as above), had Roxy (adult), bap. June 17, 1821 ; 
Lovicia, Huldah, Esther, Theodorus and Mary, bap. July 29, 1821 ; Marcia 
Jannet, bap. Aug. 10, 1823 ; Edward S. bap. July 16, 1826. 

HuLDAn, m. Norman W. Moses of Simsbury, Nov. 2.3, 1831. 

Abijah (see I. 27, previous page), m. Eunice AUyn, May 9, 1793, had an 
infant d. March 30, 1794, and his wife d. March 31, 1794, a. 26 yrs, Aaron, 
m. Chloe Ford, Aug. 24, 1794. Levi, m. Roxy Brown, Oct. 7, 1799, who d. 
Sept. 2, 1803, a. 25. Theodore, m. Roxy Parsons, Oct. 25, 1704. Orrin, m, 
Harriet Pettibone, Oct. 12, 1815. Roxy, m. Jonathan Bodwell of Farmington, 
Oct. 14, 1828. Melissa, m. William Watson of Torringford, Jan. 30, 1828. 
Sarah, m. Jedidiah Olcott of New Hartford, Oct. 3, 1759. Ciret, m. Hezekiah 
Goodwin, Aug. 3, 1815. Orrin, had child which d. Oct. 23, 1826, a 1 yr. 
Theodore, d. June 9, 1826, a. 44. Maj. Matthew's wife Mary, d. Nov. 2, 
1804, a. 46. The wid. Elizabeth, d. Oct. 10, 1775, a. perhaps 45 yrs. The 
WiD. d. April 24, 1822. Anne, d. Dec 15, 1778, in 27th yr. James, d. Dec. 
16, 1811. 

Calvin's child d. Dec. 30, 1812, in 7th yr. Calvin himself d. Nov. 30, 1813, 
a 27. 

Roger had Rhoda, who d. April 20, 1813, a. 4 ; also, child d. Dec. 30, 
1815, a. 27, and child d. April 5, 1816, a. 3 weeks. Ira's child, d. April 26, 
1817, infant; Justus, d. Dec. 29, 1815, a. 7 yrs. 

CARTER, p. 566, 1, 9, read May 10, 1653. (Col. Rec.) 

CARVER, p. 566, insert Benjamin had Chloe, bap. Sept. 25, 1763, and 3 
children bap. Oct. 11, 1772. (E. W. C. R.) 

CASE, p. 566, TiTus had Rebecca, bap. May 8, 1791 ; Sarah, bap. Feb. 2, 
1794 ; Titus Vesper, bap. Nov. 13, 1796 ; Francis, bap. Oct. 21, 1798. (W. 
C. R.) 

All following from Wby. Ch. Rec. — Samuel, Jr., m. Violet Burr, April 7, 
1757, and had Violet, bap. Jan. 28, 1759 ; Eunice, bap. Jan. 16, 1763 ; Louis, 
bap. Feb. 1, 1767; Peletiah, bap. Sept. 4, 1768 ; Samuel, bap. Sept. 23, 1770, 
d. Aug. 23, 1775; Russell, bap. June 13, 1773. 

Dea. Samuel, d. Sept. 23, 1768, in 73d yr., his wife Eunice, d. Sept. 1, 1775, 
in 72 yr. ; Mary, of Samuel, d. Sept. 8, 1775, a. about 10 yrs ; Perlee, of 
Samuel, d. Sept. 9, 1775, in 6th yr. 

Reuben m. Ruth Goodrich, July 9, 1747. Ruth, wife of Dea. Reuben 
(prob. same), d. Jan. 23, 1782, in 65th yr. ; had Reuben bap. May 15, 1748. 
William Robe, bap. April 8, 1750, d. Nov. 30, 1828, a. 78 ; Ashbel, bap. 
June 21, 1752; Elihu, bap. March 3, 1754; Darius, bap. July 17, 1757; 
Ruth, bap. Nov. 18, 1759^; Huldah, bap. Oct. 3, 1762 ; Allin, bap. May 20, 
1764 ; Lucy, bap. Oct. 4, 1767 ; Anne, bap. April 25, 1771; Susy, bap. March 

12, 1775; Susanna, bap. Sept. 21, 1777. Reuben, Jr., had , bap. April 

16, 1780 ; Lucy. bap. Aug. 25, 1782. 



46 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

ASHBEL had Chloe, bap. Sept. 17, 1775; Ashbel, bap. June 21, 1778; 

Timothy, bap. Feb. 19, 1781 ; , bap. Aug. 31, 1783. 

^WiLUAM Robe, m. Hulda Loomis, Feb. 3, 1775, and had William, bap. Aug. 
27, 1775 ; Hulda, bap. Nov. 23, 1777 : Abiah, bap. Oct. 3, 1779 ; Ruth, bap. 
Aug. 25, 1782 ; Horace, bap. Aug. 29, 1784. 

George, m. Rhoda Pirce, Dec. 19, 1776, she d. April 11, 1779, in 20th yr. ; 

a George (prob. this one), d. May 5, 1793, middle aged ; child , d. Feb. 

12, 1778, a. about 7 days ; George, bap. Aug. 6, 1780 ; Robert, Rhoda, bap. 
Sept. 1784; Lydia, bap. July 23, 1786. 

Elihu, m. Freelove Burr, May 7, 1777; had Freelove, bap. Feb. 19, 1781. 

James, had Hepzibah, bap. Aug, 6, 1780. 

Darius, m. Hepzibah Foot, Oct. 21, 1779. 

Hezekiah, m. Susanna Adams, Dec. 25, 1805 ; liad a child d. June 17, 
1815. Robert's wife d. June 28, 1817, a. 32 ; child d. infant, July 24, 1817. 
Benjamin, d. Aug. 21, 1818. Joshua, d. Feb. 15, 1764, a. about 68 yrs. 
Joshua, d. Aug. 4, 1778, a. about 50 yrs. Peletiau's child d. Nov. 16, 1801, 
a. 1 yr. ; and his infant d. April 10, 1795. Russel, d. Jan. 27, 1802, middle 
aged. Wid. Mary, d. Sept. 19, 1803, a. 78. Hezekiah's wife d. Oct. 9, 1S04, 
a. 27. Alexander, son of Joshua, Jr., d. May 12, 1763, a. about 6^ yrs. 
Elizabeth, wife of Oliver, d. July 13, 1772, a. perhaps 25 yrs. Wid. 
Anna, d. March 28, 1811, a. 84. Nathaniel, d. Dec. 15, 1763, a. about 26. 
Benjamin, d. Feb. 19, 1798, in 88th yr. The wid. of Ammi, d. May 9, 1773, 
a. 74 yrs. Samuel, d. Aug. 27, 1775, a. about 40 yrs. Wid. of Lois, d. Feb. 
16, 1799, a. 66. 

P. 566, 1. 20, for William, read Jamet. (Col. Rec.) 

Nathaniel, m. Miriam , who d. Sept. 24 (N. S.), 1752, a. about 45 

yrs; he d. June 5, 1753, a. perhaps 50 yrs. ; had Nathaniel, hap. Feb. 18, 
1738 ; Silas, bap. Aug. 3, 1740 ; Nathaniel, bap. Feb. 1, 1761. 

Hannah, wife of Nathaniel, d. June 3, 1761, a. about 22 yrs. Nathaniel, 
of Nathaniel, d. Nov. 13, 1762, a. 21 mos. 

Benjamin, m. Hannah Drake, Nov. 10, 1743; she d. July 9, 1760, a. about 
52 yrs. ; had Zenas, bap. June 5, 1748. 

Benjamin, m. wid. Mary Loomis of Simsbury, June 13, 1763 ; had Benja- 
min, bap. Oct. 12, 1766. 

Hannah, bap. June 2, 1765 ; Rebecca, bap. April 30, 1769. 

Zenas, m. Mary Loomis, March 2, 1769 ; had Morton, bap. Sept. 17, 1769 ; 
Zenas, bap. Sept. 29, 1771; Shadrack, bap. Dec. 5, 1773; Polly, bap. Sept. 
15, 1776, d. Oct. 15, 1778; Nathaniel, bap. April 29, 1776; Zenas' son, d. 
Oct. 14, 1795, iu 17th yr. 

Joshua, Jr., had Oliver, bap. May 22, 1749; Elisha, bap. Oct. 7, 1750; 
George, bap. Feb. 9, 1752; Mary, bap. Jan. 26, 1755 ; Alexander, bap. Nov. 
14,1756; Rhoda, bap. Oct. 29, 1758 ; Lydia, bap. Jan. 11, 1761; Sahara, 
bap. Aug. 22, 1762; Rosetta, bap. Aug. 19, 1764 ; Mabel, bap. May 11, 1766; 
Alexander, bap. March 6, 1768. 



SUrrLEMENT. 47 

Caleb, ni. Christian Burr, April 1], 1771 ; had Christian, bap. March 22, 
1772; Joanna, bap. March 12, 1775, d. Sept, 26 or 27, 1775 ; son d. Oct. 13, 
1796, a. 2yrs. 

Jonah, had Jonah, hap. Aug. 30, 1741. 

Sarah, m. Hez. Ricliards of West Hartford, May 8, 1755. Eunice, m. 
Elisha Lawrence of Kenington, May 13, 1756. 

Newton, m. Laura Roberts, Nov. 26, 1S12. Richard's wife had a child- 
bap. Dec. 5, 1779. (E. W. C. R.) 

CASS, p. 566, insert Nathaniel (Why.), d. June 5, 1753 ; his wife d. Sept. 
13, 1752. (R. MSS.). 

CHAFFEE, p. 567, ]. 2, Hezekiah, Jr., had Abigail Sherwood, bap. July 
8, 1787; Hezekiah Bradley, bap. June 28, 1789. 

Hezekiah and Charlotte had Samuel Griswold, bap. Jan. 15, 1792; who 
m. Rebecca Phelps, April 13, 1815. (W. C. R.) 

Hezekiah, Jr., m. Abigail Talcott, Dec. 25, 1814. (W. C. R.) 

P. 567, 1. 2, John, m. Mary Rowland, March 1, 1795. 

RuFDS, m. Lovicia Francis, June 26, 1811. 

Billings, m. Charlotte Hoskins, Aug. 27, 1814. 

CHAMBERLAIN, p. 567, Oliver (line 8), had also children bap. April 17, 
1768 ; Jan 24, 1771 ; Jan. 15, 1775 ; June-Oct. 1777 ; Dec. 26, 1779, (E. W. 
C.R.) 

CHANDLER, p. 567, 1. 13, Isaac, had Roger, bap. Sept, 24, 1797; Mary 
Ann, bap. June 29, 1800 ; Edward, bap. Sept. 19, 1802 ; Martha AUyn, bap. 
Oct. 6, 1804 ; a dau. bap, June 7, 1807 ; Agnes Lucinda, bap. July 16, 1809; 
Isaac, bap. June 28, 1812. (W. C. R.) 

John, had Lois, bap. Nov, 29, 1795 ; Lester, bap. May 20, 1798. 

CHAUNCEY, p. 567, 1. 20, Abigail, b. Oct. 14, 1677. (Col. Rec.) 

CHAPMAN, p. 567, 1. 40, Mary, b. 1664, d. June 30, 1665. (Col. Rec.) 
Also for Mary, b. Oct. 22 (or 7), 1654, read, b. Oct. 27, 1665. Elizabeth of 
Windsor, m. Joseph Strickland of Hartford, Dec. 11, 1684. (Col. Rec) 

P, 568, 1. 26, Taylor, m. Roxaua Drake, Nov, 28, 1791. 

Wid Mary, d. April 9, 1792,' a. 75. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

CHAPIN, p. 568, 1. 28, Eliphalet also had 2 children bap. Oct. 21, 1781 ;■ 
one bap. May 23, 1784; and one Oct. 5, 1788. (E. W. C. R.) 

P. 568,1. 33, Joseph, was b. June 22, 1718; d. May 6, 1803; m. Jane 
Allen Wolcot, who was b. Aug. 16, 1719, and who d. Feb, 3, 1788, Their 
children were : Jane, b. Aug. 27, 1746 ; d. July 23, 1769 ; Solomon, b. Aug. 
19, 1749 ; d. July 21, 1813, at Sodus, N. Y.; Irena, b. March 11, 1752 ; 
Gideon, b. April 16, 1754; Trypheua, b. May 29, 1756; m, Asahel Stiles, 
and d. April 21, 1831 (being the paternal grandmother of H. R. Stiles, the 
compiler of this work) ; Joseph, b. Oct. 28, 1759 ; Thankful, b. July 3, 1761 ; 
d. Oct. 30, 1761 ; Abigail, b. March 9, 1763, (Stiles Family Record.) 

Chester, m. Mary Ely, June, 1815. (W, C. R.) 



48 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

CHAPPEL, p. 569, insert alter Chapiu, Adner Brown, m. Huldah Osborn, 
Jan. 1, 1797. 

CLARK, p. 569, Hosea's first child, b. May 20, 1753. 

From Wby. Ch. Rec—V. 570, 1. 22, this John, had in addition to those 
mentioned in text the following: Wealthyann, bap April 17, 1763; Roswell, 
bap. May 19, 1765 ; Hannah, bap. Feb. 20, 1767 ; d. same day ; Hannah, bap. 
June 12, 1768; Abiah, bap, Sept. 28, 1770; Isaac, bap. July 12, 1772; d. 
July 16, 1772; Isaac, bap. April 17, 1774. 

HosEA, m. Mary Skinner, Oct. 5 (N. S.), 1752; she d. of small pox, Feb. 

14, 1777, a. about 52 yrs.; also a dau. Mary, d. on 27th of same disease, a. 
about 22 yrs.: had Abraham, bap. May 27, 1753 ; Mary, bap. May 4, 1775 ; Ira, 
bap. March 13, 1757 ; Roger, bap. June 3, 1759 ; Charity, bap. June 21, 1761 ; 
Amos, bap. Sept. 4, 1763; Sarah, bap. May 18, 1766 ; Charlotte, bap. July 
9, 1769 ; Joel, bap. April 30, 1786. 

HosEA, m. Hannah Hoskins, Oct. 4, 1778 ; had Molly, bap. Aug. 6, 1780; 
Elihu, bap. Aug. 25, 1782. 

P. 570, I. 25, this Benoni, had also ; d. March 16, 1760, a. but a few- 
weeks ; Nance, bap. April 1, 1770; Sybil, bap. May 17, 1772; William, bap. 
June 19, 1774; Kezia, bap. Aug. 23, 1776; Lucy, bap. Sept. 19, 1779. 

P. 570, 1. 26, for Elias, read Silas. 

P. 570, 1. 24, EzEKiEL also had Oliver and Ezekie],bap. Feb. 4, 1750. 

Solomon, had Mary, bap. May 28, 1738. 

Solomon, Jr. m. Anne Ashley of Haitford, Jan. 11, 1747-8 ; June 24, 1754, 
d. a dau. of Solomon, a. but a few hours ; Anne, wife of Solomon, d. Dec. 

15, 1738, a. about 38; Solomon, d. May 6, 1776. a. about 51 yrs. Children, 
Ann, bap. May 10, 1752; Solomon, bap. June 7, 1752; Hulda, bap. May 25, 
1755; Asahel, bap. May 31, 1767; George, bap. Dec. 4, 1757; Hittie, bap. 
March 23, 1760 ; Eunice, bap. June 13, 1762; Jemme, bap. Nov. 25, 1764 ; 
Rockee, bap. Feb. 24, 1771. 

Roswell, m. Rhoda Wilson, Aug. 5, 1793 ; he d. Feb. 26, 1813 ; had Ros- 
well, d. Feb. 15, 1802, a. 5 yrs.; Judson and Roswell, bap. June 14, 1801 ; 

Ehoda, bap. 2, 1803 ; Roswell, bap. June 21, 1807. 

y Nathaniel, had Elkaneh, bap. June 4, 1738. 

Abkaham, had Sophia and Fanny, and Abraham Moore, bap. Oct. 25, 1801 ; 
Selden Pratt, bap. Oct. 9, 1803. 

JosiAH, m. Deliverence Eggleston, Sept. 6, 1751 ; had Deliverance, bap. Dec. 
22, 1751. 

Isaac (of Scantic), had Ann, bap. Aug. 26, 1753. 

John, d. Aug. 27, 1784. 

Roger, d. March 30, 1822, a. 62 ; Roger's wife had a child by former hus- 
band ; Nancy Judd, bap. Oct. 6, 1799 ; had , inf. d. Oct. 1786. 

Capt. Solomon, d. March 5, 1767, in the 69th yr. 

Moses, m. Uslae [Ursula?] Phelps of Poquonnoc, Oct. 30, 1781. 



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George, m. Charity Clark, Aug. 15, 1779. 

John, in. Sarali Bak— , July 22, 1787. 

Ira, m. Beda Barnes, Oct. 10, 1779; had still-born child, Nov. 15, 1793 ; 
his wife d. Jan. 22, 1800. 

CLARK, Hooker, m. Ruth Rowley, Jan. 18, 1810. 

Hannah, m. William Webber, Aug. 7, 1794. 

Deborah, m. John Giles of Charlemont, Feb. 12, 1797. 
, Lt. Ira, m. Eliza Chaucer, P'eb. 5, 1801. 

Wid. Kezia, d, Feb. 6, 1804, a. 75. Giles, son of Solomon, d. May 22, 
1804, a. 13. Hosea's child, d. Feb. 14, 1808, a. 2 yrs. Asahel's wife, d. 
April 5, 1808. Samuel's child, d. April 18, 1828, a. 1^ yrs. James's child, d. 
Jan. 13, 1800, a. 4 mos. Abraham, Jr., d. Sept. 28, 1801, a. 15. yrs, Asahel, 
had an inf. d. Dec. 12, 1796 ; and child, d. Feb. 11, 1800, a. 6 mos. Benoni's 
son still-born. May 14, 1797. Hosea, d. .Jan. 7, 1799, in 67th yr. Hosea, 
d. June 17, 1813, a 34. Hosea's wife Sarah, d. May 23, 1813, a. 34; and 
also 'au inf. Mrs. Anna, d. Feb. 19, 1820, a. 61. Wid. Anna, d. May 24, 
1812. 

P. 570, Abigail, dau. of Ezekiel and Elizabeth, bap. Nov. 15, 1761. (N. 
S. R.)- 

Stephen, m. Roxaua Mather, Oct. 6, 1802; Horace, m. Eunice Allyn, April 
28, 1814 (W. C. R.) ; Delia, m. Noah A. Phelps of H., April 7, 1822 ; Grove, 
m. Mercy Griffin, Jan. 13, 1791 ; Cornelia, m. Isaac Roberts of W. Springfield, 
March 3, 1834. 

P. 570, 1. 36, for Julia Fox. read Julia Ann Fox. 

Samuel, had children bap. Aug. 12, 1770 ; May 3, 1772. (E. W, C. R.) 

CLEVELAND, p. 571, insert Hosmer, was bap. Dec. 11, 1791, and had 
Cynthia, bap. early in 1792. (E. W. C. R.) 

COHOON, p. 571, 1. 23, Capt. Nathan, had Reuben and another child, bap. 
July 4, 1802 ; John, bap. March 24, 1805 ; Luciua, bap. Nov. 8, 1806. (E. 
W. C. R.) 

COLLINS, p. 571, add Ebenezer, m. Roxanna Moses, Feb. 3, 1806; Lovisa, 
m. Erastus Hoskins, Bennington, Vt., Sept. 10, 1835. (W. C. R.) 

COLT, p. 571, Alla, dau. of Jabez and Sysil (Cecil ?), bap. Dec. 2, 1787. 
(W. C. R.) 

COLTON. All from Why. Ch. Rec. — Samuel, m. Lois Brown, April 8, 1779; 
had Mary, d. Dec. 20, 1786; Moses and Polly, bap. Oct. 13, 1793; Anna, 
bap. Oct. 30, 1796; Orinda, bap. June 17, 1798 ; Leicester, bap. May 29, 1803. 

Samuel, Jr., m. Patty Filley, Nov. 10, 1805; children, Samuel Hunt, Sid- 
ney Brown, Simeon Edwards and Horatio. 

Ann (of Windsor), rii. Sam. Humphrey of Hartford, Sept. 10, 1819. 

Lois, m. Erastus Roberts of Granby, Nov. 24, 1803. 

MosES, had Abraham Moses, bap. Sept. 10, 1820 ; Eunice Celestia, bap. 
March 23, 1822; Miranda, bap. Feb. 8, 1824. 

Samuel, d. Oct. 22, 1823, a. 67; George, d. May 24, 1829, a 1 day. 
7 



50 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

COLYER, Joseph, d. Nov. 28, 1767, a. about 71 yrs. The wid. Colyer 

(prob. Joseph's), d. May 7, 1786, in 85th yr. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

COMINGS, p. 571, insert George, had child bap. June 16, 1776, also, 
Oct. 12, 1776, and March 18, 1781. (E. W. C. R.) 

COOK. From Col. Rec. — P. 572, 1. 5 and 6, for Jpril, read August. 

On this and next line, for 6., read hap. 

P. 572, 1. 18, for June 26, read 28. 

P. 572, 1. 19, Lydia did not d. Oct. 24, but May 23, 1676, in 24th yr. ; Han- 
nah, b. Sept, 21. 

From Wby. Ch. Rec. — P. 572, 1. 35, Richard^ d. Dec. 5, 1760, a. perhaps 
55 ; his wid. d. March 29, 1762, a. about 60. 

P. 573, 1. 32, Joel, m. Sarah Pinney, April 7, 1754. 

P. 573, 1. 36, Elisha, b. June, and d. July 9, 1766. For Nama, read Ami. 
After Nania (or Ami) insert an infant son who d. Dec. 7, 1786. 

Reuben, m. 1, Thanl^ful Hodge, Nov. 8, 1744 ; she d. June 17, 1758, a. 

about 31 yrs. ; he m. 2, Mehitabel , who was bap. July 31, 1763, a. 

about 22 yrs. ; child, ■ , d. April 5, 1756, a. about 4 weeks ; Timothy and 

Richard, bap. on same day as his 2d wife. On July 1, 1759, was bap, Shubael 
(bound to David Filley), the son of Reuben; Alexander, bap. Nov. 5, 1752 ; 
Darius, bap. March 25, 1753 ; Ebenezer, bap. June 1, 1755 ; Jerusha, d. Nov.^ 
7, 1757, a. a few days ; Benjamin, bap. March 29, 1759 ; Jerusha, bap. June 
21, 1761. 

Eli, m. Rachel Russell, Dec. 21, 1777. 

Job, m. Ruth Pierce, Dec. 16, 1719. 

Elisha, m. Susanna Rowley, Jan. 16, 1800. 

Semantha p., m. Jas. M. Barnet of Bridgewater, Jan. 17, 1803. 

Martha, dau. of Thos, d. Nov. 8, 1683. (Col. Rec.) 

From Wby. Ch. iJec— Norman's child, d. Nov. 7, 1823, a. 7 weeks ; Eldad, 
d. Oct. 6, 1825, a. 5 yrs. ; Maeiah, d. April 25, 1826, a. 16 yrs. ; Joel, d. 
Dec. 4, 1801, a. about 38 ; Joel, d. Oct. 25, 1808 a. over 60 ; Oerin, had 
child, d. Feb. 10, 1808, a. about 2; Mira, d. Feb. 15, 1808, a. 13. 

Elisha, had still-born infant, Oct. 4, 1803, and child d. April 22, 1807, a. 
about 6 yrs. ; Joel's child, d. March 17, 1792; Ensign Joel's (1. 32, p. 573 ?) ; 
Sarah, d. Jan. 27, 1793 ; Job's infant, d. April 19, 1792; Pinney (see 1. 32, 
p. 573), had child, d. Sept., 1793, and one d. Feb., 1799; he d. May, 1799 ; 
Joel, d. Feb. 1794 ; Joel. Jr.'s child d. Jim. 18, 1797, a. 6 mcs. 

Morris, m. Percy Goodvi^in, May 6, 1819. 
^ P. 573, Elisha, m. Hannah Bigelow, Nov. 27, 1794. 

P. 573, 1. 37 : this is probably the same Roswell who m. Lucina Cook, 
March 10, 1812. 

JosiAH, m. Chloe Cook, Feb. 14, 1793; Delia, m. Samuel Pollentine of 
Eastbury, Sept. 18, 1828 (W. C. R.); Abigail, m. Horace Daniels, Nov. 24, 
1803 ; LuciNDA, m. Sam. Mitchell, Jan. 3, 1806 ; Rhoda, m. Geo. Wright, 
June 8, 1809. 



SUPPLEMENT. 51 

P. 573, 1. 28, this Benjamin is same as Benj. (E. W.), 1. 4, p. 574, and his 
son Oliver should be transferred to page 574. 

Oliver (prob. the one above referred to, see 1. 28, p. 573), had Abigail, 
bap. May 30, 1801; Mary, bap. May 15, 1803; Oliver, bap. April 7, 1805; 
Frances, bap. June 25, 1808 ; Elihu, bap. Sept. 30, 1810. (E. "W. C. R.) 

Noah, had Rhoda, bap. Aug. 21, 1791. (W. C. R.) 

Shubael, m. Lucy Westland, Jan. 5, 1783, and had Elihu, bap. Sept. 7, 
1783; Silas, bap. June 7, 1790; Levi, bap. July 16, 1786; Elijah, bap. Oct. 
28, 1792; Lucina, bap. Sept. 7, 1794; Deborah, bap. Nov. 1787. 

Daniel, m. Huldah Barber, March 16, 1784. 

Eliakim (possibly the one ment. in 1. 6, p. 573), had Lucy, bap. Jan. 9, 
1794; John, Nov. 13, 1796 ; John, bap. Nov. 4, 1798. (E. W. C. R.) 

COOLEY, p. 574, i- 30, Samuel, m. Mary Clark, Oct. 24, 1711. 

Eunice of Windsor, m. Amasa Johnson of Middletown, March 16, 1767, 
and had Eunice, b. Jan. 9, 1768; Mabel, b. Dec. 17, 1769 ; Lois, b. Sept. 25, 
1771 ; Daniel, b. March 7, 1773. (Edwin Stearns, Middletown, Conn.) 

Charles, 1. 31, also had child, bap. Sept. 27, 1812, and Henry Baker, bap. 
May 22, 1814. (E. W. C. R.) 

William, m. Lucinda Evans of E. Hartford, June 11, 1799. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

CORNISH, p. 574, 1. 38, for Gahicl, read Gabriel. 

COY, p. 575, I. 2, Uriah, m. Anna , they had a child Silas, bap. July 

22, 1764. (N. S. R.) 

P. 575, 1. 3, Samuel, m. Sarah . 

P. 575, after 1. 4, insert Silas, and Deborah had Ed[ward], bap. May, 1762. 
(N. S. R.) 

CRANE, p. 575, line 9, David, m. Jan. 7, 1779, Jerusha (dau. of David). 
Smith (p. 775), who lived in the E. W. part of North Bolton. It was doubt- 
less their son John who d. 1799. Curtis Crane (1. 10), d. at New Albany, 
Ind., Feb. 25, 1862, a. 80. 

P. 575, 1. 11, Aaron (E. W.), m. Mary Barber of 1st. Soc. W. (at Wby.). 
June 16, 1778. (Wby. Ch. Rec) 

CRESEA (or Cresey), p. 575, 1. 25, Benjamin, m. Wealthy Gillet, April 5, 
1787 ; infant dau. d. May 20, 1792 ; his wife d. April 22, 1793. (Wby. Ch. 
Rec.) 

CROSBY, p. 575, insert Simon, had children, Dec. 23, 1781 ; Dec. 15, 1782; 
Feb. 6, and April 3, 1785 ; Sept. 30, 17S7 ; Edward, bap. Aug. 1, 1790 ; 
Betsy, June 24, 1792; HepzibaL, May 31, 1795. (E. W. C. R.) 

Elisha, had two children, bap. Jan. 4, 1829. (E. W. C. R.) 

CROCKER, p. 575, 1. 26, Elihu, was an apprentice to Taylor Chapman. 

CULVER, p. 576, 1. 17, William, had also children bap. Jan. 28, 1781 ; 
Jan. 18, 1783. (E. W. C. R.) 

DART, p. 576, insert, the wid. (mother-in-law to Joseph Colyer), d. April 
8, 1753, a. about 85. 

DAVIS, p. 576, Rebecca, had Daniel, bap. March 7, 1762. (E. W. C. R.) 



52 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

DENSLOW, p. 577, 1. 11, Nicholas, d. March 8, 1666. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 577, 1. 13 and 14, Susannah is the right name. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 577, 1. 18, John, m. Jan. 1653 ; Mary, his wife, d. Aug. 29, 1684. (Col. 
Rec.) 

P. 577, 1. 20, for Deborah, read Rebecca. (Col. Rec.) 

Samuel, m. Patience Gibbs, Dec. 2, 1686. Hannah, dau. of Hannah, b. 
Nov. 14, 1690. "Old Widow Denslo," d. Aug. 14, 1669, prob. wife of 
Kichola.s, the Emigrant. (Col. Rec.) 

Susannah, d. Aug. 26, 1683. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 577, 1. 30, this Samuel and Hannah, his wife, of North Windsor, had 
Hannah, bap. Nov. 15, 1761 ; Leavit, bap. May 20, 1764, d. Sept. 22, 1777 ; 
Lovisa, bap. Dec. 7, 1766; Alpheus, bap. June 19, 1769, d. Sept. 16, 1777 ; 
Thaddeus, bap. July 28, 1771. (N. S. R.) « 

P. 578, 1. 4, add to the family of Martin and Lois, the following children : 
Thaddeus, bap. July 30, 1775 ; Lois, bap. Aug 2, 1777 ; Anne, bap. Oct. 26, 
1782; Carlos, bap. May 4, 1786; Almanga, bap. Oct. 19, 1788. (N. S. R.) 

Alpheus (can this be Thaddeus ?), son of Martin, d. Oct. 25, 1776. 

Elijah and Lydia. had Elijah, bap. Feb. 10, 1765; Violetta, bap. March 
17, 1766; Pamela, bap. May 7, 1774; Elihu, bap. May 11, 1778. (N. S. R.) 

Elijah and Elizabeth, had Justus, bap. Sept. 20, 1778. (W. C. R.) 

Elijah, m. Susannah Brown, Jan. 21, 1792. 

Eliza, m. Ephraim Harris, Jan. 27, 1831. (W. C. R.) 

Susan, m. George Murphy, Nov. 23, 1820. 

Anna, m. Chester Loomis of Coventry, Conn., Sept. 1, 1804. 

Melissa, m. Richard Starr of H., Feb, 18, 1810, 

Sarah, dau. of wid. Sarah, d. May, 1778. 

Joel, d. in camp, June 28, 1778 (N. S. R.); insert his name also in p. 420. 

Oliver, d. June 28, 1777. (N. S. R.) 

Gaylord (prob. identical with Joseph Gaylord of line 5), had Sarah and 
Oliver, bap. Aug. 31, 1794 ; Anna, bap. Nov. 10, 1799, and Olive, bap. July 
3, 1803. (W. C. R.) 

DEMING, Samuel, m. Jerusha Butler, November, 1765. 

DEXTER, p. 578, 1. 33, Azuba, m. W. Conant Abernethy, May 20. 

P, 578, 1, 36 (W. C. R), read Winchester instead of Winsted. 

P. 579, 1. 22 and 23, for N. Y., read Ohio. 

DIBBLE, p. 581, 1. 6, Daniel, m. Ruth Phelps, December, 1787. 

All following from Col. Rec. — P. 581, 1. 9, Thomas, Sr., m. Elizabeth Hayden 
of Hadley, June 25, 1683; she d. Sept. 25, 1689. 

P. 581, 1. 10, for Sept. 26, read 21. 

P, 581, 1. 11, for Dec. 17, read Dec, 7. 

P. 581, 1. 14, Israel had a son, who d. Dec. 1, 1679. 

P. 581, 1. 18, Mary Wakefield, wife of Ebenezer,^ was of, and m. at New 
Haven. 

P. 581, 1. 27, Martha, b. 1669-70 ; d. June 13 following. 



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P. 581, 1. 32, for Elizabeth read Mindwdl. 

P. 581, 1. 34, Thomas,'' m. Mary Tucker, Oct. 10, 1672. 

P. 581, 1. 37, Mary, b. 16«0; d, April 9, 1685. 

DIGGENS, p. 580, 1. 6, Oliver, m. Mehitable Porter, Sept. 20, 1758 
(Wby. Ch. Reo.), and had also Luke, bap. May 9, 1762 ; Russell, bap, Dec. 
11, 1763, and children bap. Nov. 3, 1765 ; Sept. 20, 1767 ; Oct. 21, 1770 ; Sept. 
13, 1772; Aug. 14, 1774; April, 1777; June 20, 1779; Oct. 14, 1781. (E. 
W. C. R.) 

DOOR (DUER?), p. 581, insert Polly had child, bap. Aug. 22, 1779. (E. 
W. C. R.) 

DORCHESTER, p. 581, 1. 13, John, b. 1644; became inhabitant of Spring- 
field ; m. Sarah (d;ui. of Samuel) Gaylord, Nov. 29, 1671. (Col. Rec.) 

DRAKE, p. 583, 1. 34, wid. Mary, d. Sept. 6. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 583, 1. 36, Joseph, d. May 22, 1664 ; prob. identical. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 583, 1. 43, Ruth, b. Dec. 1. (Coi. Rec.) 

P. 584, 1. 3, for Lt. Job,^ read Lt. Job.^i 

P. 584, 1. 5, Job, b. " in Oct." (Col. Reo.) 

P. 584, 1. 8, Job,* " Sr." d. Sept. 16, 1689. Col. Rec. give him (Job son 
of Jolm) two additional children, viz: Jeremy, b. Sept. 1, 1684 (prob. 
Jeremiah, E, W., p. 586), and Josia, b. Jan. 23, 1681. 

P. 584, 1. 23, Jacob,8 d. Jan. 20, 1762. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 584, 1. 36, Hezekiah, b. 1721-2 ; d. Oct. 7, 1763 ; m. Mary Filley, June 
1747. (Wby., Ch. Rec.) 

P. 585, 1. 1, Jacob," d. Sept. 11, 1771. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 585, 1. 4, John, b. 1739 ; d. Oct. 28, 1741. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 585, 1. 10, Sgt. Enoch,i6 m. Sybil Griswold, Aug. 25, 1763; had also 
Sarah, bap. Dec. 7, 1755 ; Sybil, bap. Dec. 6, 1767 ; Enoch, bap. March 25, 
1770 ; d. March 2, 1772 ; Enoch, bap. Oct. 4, 1772 ; Enoch.ie d. Jan. 9, 
1782; his son Joseph, d. 1751. (Wby, Ch. Rec.) 

P. 585, 1. 13, NoAH'si'^'^hild, b. September, 1745 ; d. Oct. 25 in same year; 
he also had the following children bap. : Hannah, Oct. 26, 1746 ; Ira, Dec. 
3; d. Dec. 9, 1749 ; Moses, June 9, 1751; Noah, Sept. 11, 1757; Annise, 
Feb. 7, 1762; Lucy, May 26, 1764. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 585, 1. 16, for Kelly, read Kelsy. 

P. 585, 1. 17, for Damara, read Damaris. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

Also to this family add Lucy, bap. Dec. 22, 1754. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 585, 1. 18, Jacob, Jr.,i9 ni. Rhoda Drake, April 12, 1764. (Wby. Ch. 
Rec.) 

P. 585, 1. 19, AAKON,20ni_ chloe Gillet; he also had Sarah, bap. Aug. 24, 
1760 ; Lydia had Levi, bap. June 16, 1745 ; Mary, bap. Oct. 25, 1747. (Wby. 
Ch. Rec.) 

P. 586, I. 25, Job 3d, had Sabrina, bap. June 23, 1776. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 
Ebenezer, m. Mehitable Cook, Feb. 23, 1764 ; he d. May 4, 1776 ; child bap., 
Ebeuezer and Hezekiah, July 19, 1767; Isaac, Feb. 6, 1769; James Wood, 



54 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Aug. 26, 1770 ; Lyman and Clarissa, twins, July 19, 1772 ; Ira, April 30, 
1775. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 587, 1. 7, LoKY, m. Amelia Mills, Feb. 26, 1784, and had Amelia, bap. 
June 4, 1786. (W. C. R ) He m. 2d, Sally Clark, Nov. 27, 1794, and liad 
Samuel, bap. Sept. 13, 1798 ; Rlioda, bap. . (W. C. R.) 

P. 587, 1. 25, Lemuel and Esther had Esther, bap. Oct. 4, 1795 ; Edward, 
bap. Feb. 5, 1797 ; Abigail, bap. June 16, 1799 ; Lemuel, bap. April 17, 1801; 
James, bap. Aug. 14, 1803 ; Matilda, bap. Sept. 22, 1805. (W. C. R.). 

Phinehas, Jr. (son of Phinehas^-, p. 584, 1. 39), had Anna, bap. March 5, 
1781 ; Frederic, bap. July 27, 1783 ; Susanna, bap. Aug. 29, 1791 ; dau. bap, 
April 30, 1792 ; Francis, bap. July 13, 1794. (W. C. R.) 

Elihu, had Gustin, bap. Oct. 14, 1787 ; Elihu, bap. Oct. 9, 1791 ; James, 
bap. July 13, 1794; Guy, bap. March 12, 1797 ; Mary, bap. June 16, 1799 ; 
Mary Moore, bap. May 24, 1801 ; Lucy, bap. Dec. 11, 1803. (W. C. R.) 

P. 587, 1. 15, for March 6, read March 1. (W. C. R.) 

From Wby. Ch. Rec. — Hepzibah, m. Russell Dewey of Molbury, May 26, 
1802; Wid. Sibel, m. Elisha Rose of Granville, April 17, 1777; Clarence, m. 
Theo. Wadsworth of Hartford, April 11, 1793 ; Hanxah, m. David Scheeld, 
perhaps of New Canaan, Sept. 15, 1776. 

From W. C. R. — James, m. Sally Simmons, April 17, 1799 ; William 
m. Lulu Westland, November 29, 1807 ; Bildad, m. Keziah Loomis, 
February, 1809; had Delia, bap. Aug. 5, 1810; Eleanor, bap. June 12, 
1814; APG0STINE, m, Abigail Hayden, March 19, 1812; Sarah, m. Norton 
Wright of Massachusetts, May 14, 1818 ; James, m. Roxanna Miller, Jan. 
17, 1819 ; David, m. Patty Wilson, Nov. 3, 1791 ; Abigail, m. Wm. How- 
land, Nov. 15, 1829 ; Lovisa, m. Wm. B. Reed of Granby, Ct., Sept. 20, 1830. 

Joseph, m. Lois Pierce, Nov. 19, 1772; had Joseph, bap. Feb. 29, 1773. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Elijah, d. May 6, 1783. Wid. Sarah, d. Sept. 3, 1794, in 87th yr. (Wby. 
Ch. Rec.) 

The wid. Elizabeth, m. John Elderkin of New London, March 1, 1660. 
(Col. Rec.) 

Elizabeth, had Job, bap. July 27, 1760. 

John, son of John, m. Mary Watson, March 20, 1671. (Col. Rec.) 

Hepzibah, m. Timothy Munross of New Canaan, March 17, 1774. (Wby 
Ch. Rec.) 

The following from E. W. C. i?.— Elizur, had child, bap. Oct. 11, 1833. 
Amasa's wife (see page 586, line 23), had Tho— , bap. Oct. 13, 1799. Wid. 
Lucy, had child bap. May 19, 1811. Wid. Abigail, had child, bap. Nov, 16, 
1771. Francis (poss. the one ment. in line 24, page 586), wife and dau, 
Eliza W., bap. Feb. 12, 1804, and dau. Elizabeth, bap. May 11, 1806. Reu- 
ben (prob. son Joseph, see line 11, page 586), had children bap. Sept. 13, 
1767; Dec. 24, 1769; Nov. 1776. 

Ebenezer, Jr, (line 19, page 586), had child, bap. Nov. 4, 1764. 



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Abiel, had children bap. Jan. 3, 1779; Nov. 25, 1781; Feb. 6, 1785; Dec. 
30, 1786 : Abiel, bap. May 1, 1791; child, bap. Nov. 17, 1773; Owen, bap. 
Sept. 24, 1796. 

Jonathan, had Noadiah, bajD. Aug. 19, 1764; and child, bap. April 30, 1769. 

Joel, had Eli, bap. April 21, 1765 ; and child bap. Feb. 15, 1767; Oct. 1» 
1769. (E. W. C. R.) 

Gideon (prob. the one ment. in line 31, page 587), had child, bap. Jan. 16, 
1763 ; Dorson, bap. March 18, 1764; child, bap. Nov. 16, 1766. (E. W. C. R.) 

DRISCOLL, p. 587, insert Flukance (?), m. Mary Webster, April 24, 1674j 
" both of Windsor." (Col. Rec.) 

DUSET, p. 587, after 1. 39, insert Philemon, m. Martha Wing, Jan. 1779. 

EATON, p. 587, add Sylvester, m. Charlotte Selden, April 20, 1820. 

Rhoda, m. Sam Soper of Sandisfield, Nov. 30, 1828. (W. C. R.) 

P. 588, 1. 2, insert a child, bap. March 18, 1781. (E. W. C. R) 

EDWARDS, p. 590, insert Rodolphus, and his dau. Sally, bap. Dec. 19,. 
1790. (E. W. C. R.) 

EGGLESTON, p. 590, 1. 28, Mary, b. 1641 ; d. Dec. 8, 1657. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 591, 1. 8, strike out " (or Shadrake)." (Col. Rec.) 

P. 591, 1. 11, For Sarah,* read Abigail. The * belongs to Samuel, ^ previ- 
ous page. 

P. 591, 1. 15, James5, d. Dec. 22, 1746. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 591, 1. 19, lu the list of children of Jolm,^ insert Hester, b. March 14^ 
■"1682-3. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 592, 1. 1, for " about 1735," read Jan. 30, 1753. (Wby. Col. Rec.) 

P. 592, 1. 21, John, Jr. (15 ?), m. Martha , who d. in childbed, July 29, 

1752, a. about 18 yrs. and 8 mos. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 593, 1. 12, Nathaniel,22 d. Jan. 11, 1796, in 94th yr.; his dau. Abigail, 
bap. Dec. 8, 1751; sou Nathaniel, bap. Aug. 15, 1745 ; Samuel, 3l>a bap. Dec. 
9, 1746. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 593, 1. 17, Daniel,23 m. 1, Elizabeth ; who d. Feb. 18, 1741, a. 

about 30 ; Mary, his 2d wife, d. May 6, 1776 ; his son Isaac, was bap. April 20, 
1746; dau, Anne, bap. Jan. 17, 1751; Hannah, bap. Aug. 22, 1746, (Wby. 
Ch. Rec.) 

P. 594, 1. 15, Thomas, m. Ann Clark, March 26, 1778. " 

P, 594, 1. the last, Samuel, 3i>^ m, Dorcas Loomis, Aug. 9, 1770, 

P, 595, 1. 2, for "about 1770," read Jan. 10, 1771. 

P. 595, 1. 39, Elijah,^ according to W. C. R., m. 16th April, instead of 3d. 

P,595, 1. 6, correction ELiHa,"m. Kezia Hoskins, Dec. 21, 1801. (W. C.R.) 

P. 596, 1. 11, W. C, R. give Harriet Goodrich as name of Joseph's*^ wife — 
supplies the date, Oct. 14, 1802. 

P. 596, 1. 13, W. C. R. probably give the proper name and date, viz : James 
Francis, bap. July 3, 1803, 

P. 596, 1. 15, Fanny, was bap. July 5, 1807. (W, C. R.) 

P. 596, 1. 16, Ann, bap. Sept. 22, 1805, (W, C. R.) 



56 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

P. 597, I. 35-39, add to Jonathan's children Dille and James, bap. Sept. 
16, 1770; Susy, bap. Feb. 26, and d. May 6, 1775; Dorme, bap. Jan. 12, 
1772 ; Susy, bap. Feb. 9, 1777. 

OpRiN, had children bap.: James, Sept. 18, 1S14 ; Dolia, July 3, 1S17. 

Nathaniel, son of Nathaniel,^! (?) bap. Feb. 4, 1739 ; d. Nov. 20, 1741. 

Samuel, had children bap. : Nabbe, April 3, 1774; Oliver, June 3, 1781 ; 
'/ Aurelia, Aug. 22, 1783. Samuel, had Roxy, who d. Jan. 15, 1786. 

j] ' John, had Timothy, bap. March 19, 1741 ; d. Feb. 26, 1742 ; also Timothy, 

"l Sarah, David, bap. Aug. 19, 1759. 

Mary, had Polly, bap. July 27, 1760. Daniel, had Sarah, bap. Jan. 30, 17S0. 

Jonathan, had John, bap. May 21, 1738. 

Samuel, had Samuel, bap. April 21, 1776 ; Chloe, bap. Sept. 13, 1778. 

Elisha, had Rachel, bap. Sept. 8, 1751; Jose, bap. March 3, 1754. 

Daniel, Jr., had children bap. viz : Daniel, Nov. 13, 1763; Elizabeth, May 
25, 1766; Horace, Dec. 2, 1770; Frederick, Nov. 13, 1774. 

John, m. Martha Clark, Jan. 29, 1752. 

John, Jr., m. Sarah Stannard, Aug. 31, 1753; had , bap. Oct. 1753. 

" The wife of John of Wby " perhaps a first wife of this same John. d. July 
29, 1752 (R. MSS.) ; Sarah, wife of John (perhaps the same), d. Jan. 1, 1762. 

Isaac, d. at Lake George, Oct. 26, 1754. Wid, Mary, d, Nov. 2, 1766, in 
98th yr. Wid. Constant, d. Dec. 2, 1769, in 65th yr. Isaac, d. Oct. 1811. 
James, d. about 1758, a. about 26. Mahala, d. July 10, 1818, a. 25. Eliza- 
beth, d. Dec. 25, 9820, a. 65. Samuel, son of Samuel, d. Feb. 9, 1771, a. 
about 4 weeks. Wid. Abigail, d. Sept. 30, 1801, a. 93. Mary, d. Oct. 9, 
1797, a. SI. Wid. Hester, d. Jan. 1757, in 92d yr. James, d. about 1758, 
a. about 26. Foregoing on this page from Wby. Ch. Rcc. 

Jonathan, m. Amelia Denslow, June 1, 1793. Mary, m. Ezekiel Brown, 
July 19, 1805. Abigail, m. Nathaniel Hooker of West Hartford, Dec. 26 , 
1805. (W. C. R.) 

Joseph, son of Thomas, bap. Aug. 11, 1782. (W. C. R.) 

The following is kindly furnished by Edwin Stearns of Middletown, Conn.: 
Samuel Eggleston (or Eagleston) son of Begat Eagleston of Windsor, was b. 
in England, emigrated to New England with his parents 1630, was first at 
Dorchester, Mass., afterwards removed 1635 to Windsor, Conn., with Rev. Mr. 
Warham and his company, subsequently resided in Hartford, and there m. 
Sarah, d. of Nicholas Disbrough of Wethersfield, 1661. He finally settled 
in Middletown, Conn., and bought house'and lot May 18, 1663, of Wui. Smith 
on " Meeting House Square," where he resided until 1689, Jan. 18, when he 
sold the property to Rev. Noadiah Russell lor £70. He was admitted to the 
1st Church on a certificate from church in Windsor (and Obediah Allen was 
admitted from Windsor same day). lie d. February, 1691, estate £105. His 
will was dated Dec. 26, 1686 ; names 7 children then living. Inventory, dated 
March 6. 1691. Children : 1, Samuel, Jr., b. March 6, 1663; 2, Thomas, b. 
June 4, 1667; d. Aug. 27, 1667 ; 3, Joseph, b. Jan. 24, 1668 ; d. Jan. 31, 1668 ; 



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4, Sarah, b. Oct. 26, 1670; 5, Susanna, b. May 9, 1674; Mrs, Job Payne ; 6, 

Nicholas!, b. Dec. 23, 167G ; 7, Mary, b. , 1C78 ; Mrs. Jacob Everts, 

Guilford ; 8, Mercy, b. July 27, 1G79 ; Mrs. Samuel Miller ; 9, Ebenezer, b. July 
7, 1689 (b. 1684-5), was 6 years old when his father died. 

Corrections furnished by Elijah Eggleston of Hartford, Conn. — P. 590, 1. 22, 
Bt^gat's 1st wiff, name unknown, his second wife is said to have been Sarah 
Talcott of Hartford, Ct. 

P. 590, 1. 34, James, 5 (according to Savage) b. 1656, was killed at Deer- 
field, Mass., Sept. 18, 1675. 

P. 590, I. 37, Hester's birth m 1682-3, being over two years after her father's 
death, seems to be somewhat incorrect. 

P. 591, 1. 25, for Grace Moore (?), read Grace Hoskins, b. July 26, 1666. 
See p. 668 of Windsor Hist. 

P. 591. Note— This Mrs. Olivia (Eggleston) Phelps, was dau. of Elihu 
Eggleston, a merchant tailor of Hartford, Ct., who d. there April 10, 1803, in 
59th yr., a most devoted christian. Dea. Jacob of Middletown, Ct., was said 
to be his brother^ The mother of Mrs. Olivia (E.) Phelps was Elizabeth Olcott. 

P. 592, 1. 29, Thomas,!" was never married. The children assigned him 
must, therefore, be given to Jedidiah,^^ as will be seen by comparison. 
Thomas,32 was b. Sept. 26, 1741. 

P. 592, 1. 39, Joseph's birth, for 1775, read 1757. 

P. 593, 1. 17, Daniel,23 m. Mary Rockwell. 

P. 594, 1. 22, Jedidiah's birth, for 1764, read 1768. 

P. 594, 1. 34, Eber,33 for "was a Revolutionary soldier," etc., read "o 
soldier of the war of 1812-15." 

P. 594, this old brick house was built in 1760, not in 1670. 

P. 596, 1. 4, Mrs. Mary Ann (Eggleston) Marsh, d. Aug. 7, 1849, a. 51. 

P. 596, 1. 5, Kesia (Hoskins) Eggleston, was b. about 1783. Elihu and his 
second wife Eleanor, both d. in Marblehead, Mass. Their son Henry, b. 
July 12, 1809, in Salem, Mass., is now living in Manchester, N. H., and has 
3 children. Their dau. Eleanor, b. in Salem, Feb. 4, 1811, m. Aaron Woods of 
Hillsborough, N. H., and has 9 children Their dau. Mary Ann, b. in Salem 
Sept. 21, 1814, m. Cyrus Whitmore, and lives in Hoosick, N. H.; have had 
8 children. Their dau. Lucy, b. Oct. 25, 1817, d. at South Boston, Mass., 
Sept. 7, 1819 ; Charles, b. at South Boston, April 7, 1S20, m. Lucina (dau. 
of William) Eggleston of Burke, Vt. (a descendant of Begat, the settler), lived 
in Hillsborough, N. H., where he d. Nov. 23, 1849. Children : Mary Ann, 
and Charles Byram, both d. young. 

P. 596, 1. 11, Joseph,*^ his dau. Delia, m. a widower, Bancroft, who 

had 3 children. Fanny, d. 1862. 

ELLSWORTH, p. 599, 1. 15, for Oct.,1, read Oct 5. Next line read March 
3, 1690-1. 

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58 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

P. 599, 1. 29, John*, ni. Esther White of Hatfield. His son Daniel, cl. 1782 
(page 279) 

Henry, who d. June 23, 1824, a. 44; had Jonathan, who d. March 15, 
1816, a. 4 mos. The Wid. Ellsworth (prob. wife of above), had Oliver Chaf- 
fee, Harriet Lucinda, and James Brown, bap. May 15, 1825. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. GOO. Note — The following has been received from ex-Governor William 
W. Ellsworth of Hartford, Conn., who says that he finds it in his father's 
(Chief Justice Ellsworth) Bible, and mostly in his own handwriting : 

David, b. June 28, 1669, had David, b. July 17, 1709 (for his d. see p. 
605, 1. 9, Windsor Hist.), who m. Jemima Leavitt, b. Nov. 9, 1721. Their 
children were David, b. March 7, 1742, (see Windsor Hist., p. 605, 1. 1); 
Oliveb, b. April 29, 1745; Maetin, b. Jan. 12, 1750; Jemima, March 13, 

1754. After Mr. E.'s d. his wid. m. Capt. Ebenezer Grant of E. W. 
Oliver Ellsworth, b. April 29, 1745, and Abigail Wolcott, b. Feb. 8, 

1755, were married Dec. 10th, 1772. Mr. Ellsworth, d. Nov. 6, 1807; Mrs. 
Ellsworth, d. Aug. 4, 1818. Their children : Nabby, b. Aug. 16, 1774 ; 
Oliver, b. Oct. 22, 1776, d. a. 2 yrs.; Oliver, b. April 27, 1781 ; Martin, 
b. April 17, 1783; Billy, b. June 21, 1785, d. same year; Fanny, b. Aug. 
31, 1786 ; Delia, b. Jan 23, 1789 ; William Wolcott and Henry (twins), 
b. Nov. 10, 1791. All of whom are now dead, except William W. and Fanny. 

P. 601, last line of note, Martin (son of Chief Justice), had Oliver, bap. 
September, 1810 ; Samuel Wolcott, bap. May 31, 1812 ; Abigail Wolcott, 
bap. May 22, 1814; Frederick, bap. Sept. 1, 1816; Delia Williams, bap. 
September, 1819 ; Ellery Sophia, bap. Dec. 26, 1823 ; Henry Martin, bap. 
Sept. 16, 1827. (W. C. R.) 

P. 601, last line of note, Henry (son of Chief Justice), had Ann Maria, 
bap. April 14, 1809 ; Henry William, bap. May 22, 1814 ; Edward Augustus, 
bap. April 10, 1818. (W. C. R.) 

P. 602, 1. 3, Hinsdale in N. S. R., says, " d. March 18, (1777) Hannah, wife 
of Giles Ellsworth, of a complication of maladies ! " 

Hezekiah, m. Laurana Loomis, July 21, 1793, had Hezekiah, bap. Nov. 9, 
1794; Laura, bap. Feb. 7, 1796; Nathan, bap. April 15, 1798; Eunice, bap. 
Sept. 21, 1800 ; Betsey and Fanny, bap. Nov. 16, 1808. (W. C. R.) 

Jonathan, Jr., m. Jerusha ; had Grove, bap. June 2, 1765 ; Hannah, 

bap. Aug. 9, 1767 ; Jerusha, bap. Aug. 19, 1770; James, bap. Nov. 22, 1772; 
Jonathan, bap. June 11, 1775; Charles, bap. Jan. 17, 1779; Allen, bap. July 
13, 1782; Elizabeth, bap. Feb. 9, 1785; Abigail, bap. April 14, 1793. (N. 
S. R.) 

David, m. Phebe , and had Jemima, bap. Feb. 13, 1780 ; David, bap. 

1782; Phebe, bap. June 5, 1784 ; Lyman, bap. May 4, 17S6 ; Mercy, bap. 
Jan. 27, 178S ; Erastus, bap. June 6, .1790. (N. S. R.) The father from the 
date of bap. of his son Lyman is called " Lieut." David, had Leavitt, bap, 
Nov. 17, 1799. (W. C. R.) CoL Samuel, had Sophia, Samuel and Emma, 



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bap. Oct. 12, 1845. (W. C. R.) Giles, m. Helen Haydeu, Oct. 12, ]808; 
George, m. Hester Piniiey of Simsbury, Ct., Dec. 22, 1808; Fanny, m. 
Joseph Wood, May 10, 1809; Allyn, m. Hannah Wilson, Sept. 21, 1811; 
Ellen S., m. George W. Strong of Rutland, Vt , May 14, 1845. (W. C. R.) 
Abigail W., m. David A. Hall of Washington, Dec. 25, 1838. (W. C. R.) 
Elizabeth, m. Horace W. House, May 29, 1817; Delia, m. Thomas Scott 
Williams, Jan. 7, 1812 ; Abigail, m. Lester Pease, March, 1813 ; Jonathan, 
m. Harriet Barber, Feb. 2, 1825. (W. C. R.) Samuel W., m. Eleanor 
Drake, Nor. 27, 1834. (W. C. R.) Giles Jr., m. Hannah Burr, Feb. 1, 

1767. (N. S. R.) Henry, m. Brown, Sept. 19, 1805; Alexander of 

Windsor, ra. Chloe Pinney of Simsbury, April 9, 1806. 

Jonathan, d. April 17, 1761. (N. S. R.) 

From documents furnished by Josiah Ellsworth, of East Windsor, Conn., 
we glean the following corrections and additions : 

P. 600, 1. 9, for dau. of John, read of Job ,■ next 1., for Oct. 13, 1721, read 
Bee. 12, 1721. 

P. 604, 1. 5, JosiAH," m. Lucretia (dau. of Jeremiah) Lord of E. W., who 
was b. Jan. 23, 1791. 

P. 604, 1. 6, Lvicretia Maria, m. Rev. Moses Stoddard. Children — Ellsworth 
B., b. May 19, 1842 : Berthier, b. Aug. 29, 1845, d. Jan. 29, 1846. 

P. 604, 1. 8, Emma ^. Bucklaud was b, Feb. 15, 1847. 

P, 604, 1. 9, Emily Sophia, m. Albert M. Allen. Children— Josiah A., b, 
Dec. 21, 1850 ; Celia Ann, b. Jan. 17, 1854 ; Alonzo A. ; Avin Lord. 

P. 604, 1. 10, Ann Amelia, m. Rev. Lorenzo BoUes. Children — Celia Ann, 
b. Aug. 16, 1846, d. Apl. 1852 ; Lucretia Mary, b. Dec. 1, 1850. 

P. 604, 1. 11, Rhoda Calista, d. May 24, 1836. 

P. 604, 1. 12, for Julia R., read Julia Rosette. 

P. 604, 1. 23, Josiah Orton,^ m. Lucy S. Mills. Children— Mason P., b. 
Mch. 16, 1847; Ellen Maria, b. Mch. 12, 1853; Althea L., b. Feb. 10, 1858. 

P. 604, 1. 24, Edgar Lord;^^ has children, Herbert E., b. Nov. 30, 1853 ; 
Willie H., b. July 30, 1855; Edward E., b. May 23, 1857. 

P. 604, 1. 25, John N. Maffit ;^''ha,s children, Uriah Clough, b. May 6, 1851 ; 
John O., b. May 19, 1853; Angeline, b. Oct. 6, 1856. 

P. 604, 1. 26, Flavius Josephos,^^ has children, Flavella Jane, b. Dec. 29, 
1853; Cahsta Ann, b. Dec. 28, 1856; Josephus F., b. June 3, d. June 11, 
1858 ; Sarah Elizabeth, b. June 11, 1860 ; Flavius Josiah, b. June 23, 1862. 

ELMER. The following from E. W. C. R. — Eliphalet, had Anne, bap. 
June 20, 1762; Naomi, bap. Nov. 6, 1763 ; he also had children bap. Dec. 
8, 1765; March 6, 1768; Aug. 5, 1770; March 28, 1773; May 10, 1778; 
January, 1781; May 11, 1783, and Mabel, bap. March 20, 1803; possibly 
this last may have been a grand dau. 

Joseph (probably the one mentioned on p. 607, 1. 7), had children, bap. 
Nov. 29, 1761 ; Sarah, bap. April 8, 1764; Feb. 1, 1767 ; April 16, 1769; 
Joseph (possibly same), had children, bap. Sept. 1, 1782 ; April 27, 1783 ; 



60 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Joseph, had children, bap. April 21, 1782; Nov. 18, 1787; and Orrin, bap. 
Nov. 17, 1793. 

Samuel (possibly Samuel 3d, p. 606, 1. 8, or Samuel, 1. 2, same page), had 
children, bap. Aug. 11, 1782; April 24, 1785; Nov. 29, 1789; Feb. 10, 
1793. 

TiMOTHT (probably same as mentioned on p. 606,1. 12), had children, bap. 
March 26, 1765 ; July 18, 1773; Aug. 15, 1779. 

Alexander (probably' same one mentioned p. 606, 1. 12), had children, 
bap. Jan. 28, 1781 ; Oct. 6, 1782. 

RoswELL, had children, bap. Oct. 17, 1778; April 22, 1781 ; Aug. 31, 1783; 
June 25, 1786 ; Feb. 8, 1789 ; July 31, 1791 ; Esther, Aug. 11, 1793 ; Huldah, 
June 11, 1797. 

Stephen, had children, bap. November, 1779 ; Sept. 7, 1783. 

Justin, had Theodo, Nov. 19, 1803. 

ELY, p. 605, insert Daniel of Windsor, m. Roxy Allyn, Nov. 18, 1805. 

P. 608, insert after line 11, Daniel and Hannah had Daniel, bap. May, 
1784; Marcy, bap. Feb. 20, 1785. (N. S. R ) 

ENOS, p. 607, 1. 22, for 1686, read 1686-7. 

P. 607, 1. 24, JoHN^, m. Mary (dau. of Ebenezer) Dibble, " he in his 27th, 
she in her 17th yr." (Col. Rec.) 

P. 607, add Justus, m. Clarissa Porter of E. W., Sept. 1799. 

Jonathan, d. Sept. 5, 1821, a. 52 (Wby. Ch. Rec.) ; Paoli, d. Sept. 2, 1829, 
a. 33 (Wby. Ch. Rec); Samuel's wife, d. Sept. 2, 1796, a. 48; Jonathan 
Alexis, d. Oct. 27, 1819, a. 2yrs. 

Jonathan, had two children, bap. April 24, 1785. (E. W. C. R.) 

FAIRCHILD, insert p. 608, Jot, had children, bap. Dec. 14, 1777 ; Feb. 
1780. (E. W. C. R.) 

FENTON, p. 609, insert, Mary was bap. July 28, 1771. (E. W. C. R.) 
..-- FILER, p 609, 1. 12 (Col. Rec), add to record of this marriage that Eliza- 
beth Doliaan " came from England." The marriage was in 1670. 

P. 609, 1. 14, Zerrubabel was b. Dec. 23. 

P. 609, 1. 24, Zekeubabel,!' Jr., d. Jan. 29, 1761; " the wid. Rachel," prob. 
his wife, d. Jan. 28, 1768, a. about 71. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 
^, P. 609, 1. 28, Jeremiah, d. Feb. 1776, a. about 62 (Wby. Ch. Rec) ; which 
also give ^nnis for Annie, and Ormon for Norman, as in line 32 ; also, the 
m. of his son Paris (line 31), to Abigail Allyn, Aug. 15, 1777. 

P. 609, 1. 34, Roger, d. Jan. 18, 1777. He m. wid. Tryphena Allin, April 
7, 1760, who d. Feb. 25, 1825, a. 79. His son Allyn was b. 1763. (Wby. 
Ch. Rec.) 

P. 609, 1. 36, Silas, m, Cateran Drake, Sept. 10, 1747. His son Silas 
(prob.), m. Lucy Drake, Feb. 4, 1779. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 609, 1. 40, Stephen, m. Polly Collier, July 28, 1778. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Rachel (perhaps same as 1. 24), m. James Stephens, Nov. 30, 1741. (Wby.) 
Ch. Rec.) 



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ELizABETq (wife of John), d. Marcli 17, 1683-4. (Col. Rec.) 

jERnsHA (dau. of wid. Fyler), d. June 14, 1781, a. about 12. (Wby. Ch. 

Rec.) 

P. 609, rdd Naomi, had Levi, Horace and Polly, bap. Aug 5, 1792. (W.C. R. 

Thomas, d. Dec. 1778. (N. S. R.) 

FILLEY, p. 610, 1. 15, Samuel, b. 1673, d. Oct. 7, 1679. Next line, Josiah* 

b. June. Next line, Mary b. Sept. Also " Nouember 10, '67, Samuell, sonn 

of Samuell ffiUy dyed by drowning in a well." (Col. Rec.) Line 31, Lt. 

Jonathan,^ d. Mch. 11, 1774; line*41, Samuel,^ m. Jerusha Drafcc, jlug. 13, 

1739; had also Sarah, bap. Aug. 22, 1742, d. Mch. 29, 1794; Dorothy, bap. 

Nov. 20, 1748 ; also lost an abortive child a few hours old. Aug. 2, 1747. 

His son, Moses, was bap. Feb. 9, 1752. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 611, 1. 8, JosEPH,ii d. July 17, 1775; his dau. Abigail b. 1746, "had 

6 fingers on each hand, and 6 toes on each foot." He had also Daniel, bap. 

Nov. 27, 1757. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 611, 1. 14, this Kesiah is probably the one who m. David Jones, of 

Somers, July 18, 1782. 

P. 611, 1. 16, David.is m. Lydia Center, of Hartford, July 25, 1775, the 

wid. Lydia (perhaps same) d. Dec. 28, 1799, a 65. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 
P. 611, 1. 20, the R. MSS. makes Hezekiah, b. " Sat., Feb. 11th." 
P. 611, 1. 22, Lenda, d. Mch. 18, 1761. (R. MSS.) Same line R. MSS. gives 

" Sunday, Jan. 3rd" as date of Jonathan's birth. (R. MSS.) 
Jonathan (Wby.) b. Mch. 27, 1805. (R. MSS.) 
P. 611, 1. 26, Amanda, was bap. Oct. 26, 1783. (W. C. R.) 
P. 611, 1. 28, Nathan, was bap. Aug. 9, 1790. (W. C. R,) 
P. 611, 1. 37, Jerusha, d. Sept. 11, 1795, a. 8. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 
P. 611, 1. 39, Aaron," m. Mindwell Brown, who d. Dec. 2, 1792, in her 

48 yr.; he d. Oct 26, 1808, a. 67. Third wife d. Jan. 22, 1805, a. 58. Eliz- 
abeth, wife of Aaron, (prob. the 2d wife) d. Dec. 7, 1781. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 
P. 611, 1. 43, Moseses had a child who d. July 10, 1799, a. 1^ yrs. ; his 

son Pera d. by fall from tree, April 6, 1795. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 612, 1. 3, for Mariah, Elizar, read Maria Eliza; also add the name of 

Susan E. 
P. 612, 1. 9, JosEPH.^o d. Nov. 23, 1808. (Wby. Ch. Rec ) 
P, 612, 1. 10, Ltike,2i m. on May 25, 1799; he d. Sept. 11, 1812; she d. 

June 5, 1815. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 612, line 12, Timothy,22 had inf. s. d. Aug. 21, 1798, a. 3 days, and one 

d. Feb. 9, 1809, a. 15 mo. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 612, 1. 15, David,2' m. on Jan. 19, 1797. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 
P. 612, 1. 24, Elijah^* m. on Mch. 28, 1802. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 
P. 612, 1. 30, Oliver, resided in Bloomfield, over 40 years before his 

death, over 6 miles from Cook's Hill in W. His eldest son, Oliver D., was 

born in 1806, instead of 1805, as in the text. 



62 



BISTORT OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 



P. 612, I. 32, RvLDAK, bap. Aug. 2, 1801; and line 34, Emily in,, May 2, 
1816. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 612, I. 33, Susannah m Joab Looniis, and had 4 children. 

P. 612, 1. 33, Jacob read Job. 

P. 612, 1. 41, Harlow, d. April 10, 1804. 

P. 613, 1. 1, Gordon, 28 m. on May 29, 1794. 

P. 613, 1. 40, date of m. of Horace^* is Oct. 25, 1808. 

P. 614, 1. 6, Thomas, m. Charlotte M. Barber, Nov. 12, 1833. (W. C. R.) 

P. 615, 1 30, Walter, who died at the tender age of 7 years, it^s needless 
to say, was not "a tanner and currier," which business, however, was pur- 
sued by his brother Walter, mentioned on the next line. 

P. 616, Horace Hayuen, m. Irene W. Francis, Oct.' 28, 1842 (W. C. R.), 
which also gives the following date of bap. of his children not agreeing with 
our printed record : Joseph Baker, bap. Oct. 31, 1846 ; Henry Francis, bap. 
Aug. 1850 ; Mary D. Reed. 

P. 617, 1, 19, date of Horace's marriage is Dec. 26, 1808. 

Alvin had Elizabeth Waters, bap. Oct. 21, 1798 ; George Gray, bap. June 15, 
1800; Mary Mumford, bap. Dec. 9, 1804. (W. C. R.) 

SiLVAKcs, had Jemima, bap. May ], 1791; July 7, 1793; Sophia, bap. Mch. 
13, 1796; Fan. Oct. 15, 1797; Sally, bap. June 29, 1800. (E. W. C. R.) 

Allen, had Laurinda Thorp, bap. Feb. 16, 1806. (W. C. R.) 

Abijah, had Agues, bap. Oct. 30, 1785. (W. C. R.) 

Deborah, m. John Sackett of Wethersfield, Dec. 1, 1686. (Col. Rec.) 

Jonah, d. Oct. 21, 1823, a. 60; his wife d. Feb. 4, 1818, a. 54. Jonah, 
Jr., had Linda, bap. Mch. 18, 1761. 

From Wby. Ch. jRfc. —Jonathan (perhaps Lt. Jonathan^) had Jonathan, 
bap. Aug. 17, 1740; Margaret, bap. Aug. 7, 1743; Kezia, bap. Sept. 19, 1748. 

Joseph, Jr., m. Charity Munsell, June (or July) 1772, had Joseph, bap. Nov. 

21, 1773. 

Barnaby (perhaps and prob. same as on line 34, p. 612), had Walter Fields, 
bap. Aug. 10, 1823. 

Gordon, had Gurdon, bap. June 25, 1809. 

David, had Dianthe, bap. Sept. 25, 1808; David, had Nathan Gilbert, bap. 
July 23, 1809 ; Sarah, dau. of Jo.seph, had Isaac William, bap. Jan. 26, 1772; 
Sarah, dau. of Samuel, had Henry, bap. Aug. 19, 1764; Timothy, m. 
Sophia Cadwell of Farmington, April 20, 1817. Timothy (evidently No. 

22, and prob. same as just mentioned) d. Apl. 26, 1826, a. 75. David, 
m. Sarah Gillet, Jan. 23, 1809. Dianthe, of W., m. Lyman AUis, Nov. 23, 
1816. Beolah (prob. same as on line 40), m. Alpheus Ingham, Apl. 3, 1817. 
Joseph, m. Chloe Burr, May 30, 1799, who d. Sept. 21, 1807 in 36 yr. (perhaps 
the same Joseph, who m. Abigail Burr 2d, Mch. 21,1808. Sarah, m. Henry 
Mumford of Hartwood, July 5, 1772. Mary, of 1st Soc. Windsor, m. Lent 
Mott, of Winchester, Jan. 1, 1760. David Haskell, m. Nancy Loomis, Mch. 
2, 1828. Emily, m. Hector Miller of Avon, Aug. 30, 1830. Harrison, d. 



SUPPLEMENT. 63 

Apl. 14, 1852, a. nearly 15, Daniel, s. of Joseph, d. Mch. 22, 3758, a. 4 mo. 
Hezekiah, d. June 18, 1803, a. 45. Elizabeth, d. Oct. 5, 1818 a. 96. 
Kathekine, d. May 31, 1815, a. 47. Wid. Sarah, d. Feb. 10, 1806, a. 71. 

FISH, p. 618, insert Jonathan had Eber, Albert and Miriam, bap. Jan. 4, 
1829. (VV. C. R.) 

FITCH, p. G18, John, of Hartford, m. Ann Hilier, wid. of Windsor, Dec. 9, 
1656. Mrs. Ann d. Jan. 20, 1686. (Col. Reu.) 

P. 619, I. 2, John* m. 1766. 

P. 619, 1. 18, Jekemiah, son of Rev. James, settled first at Lebanon, and 
then at Coventry, of which he was one of the earliest settlers. 

P. 620, 1. 6, John^ is here incorrectly given as the son of Rev. James. 
The real Jotfn, son of Rev. James, by his 2d wife Priscilla Mason, was b. Jan. 
1667-8, m. Elizabeth Waterman, July 10, 1695, and had children Elizabeth, 
Miriam, Priscilla and John, and settled at Windham, where he d. May 24, 
1743, being one of the earliest settlers, the second clerk, a magistrate, judge 
of pi'obate, and a very prominent man in the town. 

Furnished by Wm. L. Weaver of Willimantic, Ct., from the record, which 
except the death, is in John Mason's own hand writing : 1. 3, James, Jr.,ihad 
a 2d wife, Mrs. Alice (Bradford) Adams, wid. of Rev. Wm., and dau. of Maj. 
Wm. Bradford of Plymouth, Mass., where he m. May 8, 1687. He was one 
of the earliest and principal settlers of Canterbury, where he d. Nov. 10, 
1727. Children by 2d wife, Abigail, Ebenezer, Daniel, John, Bridget, Jerusha, 
William, Jabez. 

P. 620, 1. 7, for 1776 read 1676. 

P. 620, 1. 17, for Ebenezer read Eleazer, who settled in Windham, Ct. 

P. 621, 1. 14 and 15, Anna Theresa, James Lodwick, David Yeomans and 
John Moore, children of James,^ bap. Oct. 4, 1781. (W. C. R.) 

P. 621, 1. 25, Ens. Joseph (prob. same as this Joseph, Jr.) d. Mch. 6, 1807, 
a. 76. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 621, 1. 26, for Olef, read Olive (Wby. Ch. Rec); also his son Alexander 
d. Oct. 1770. 

Same line, Lcther, had Mary Amanda, bap. Nov. 13, 1814, and his brother 
Justus lost an, inf. Jan, 3, 1808 ; another child, Nov. 1809 ; another, Mch. 
18, 1811, and his wife, Aug. 1821. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Susan of Windsor, m. William Everett of Canton, Aug. 25, 1817. Sam- 
uel, m. Martha Rowell, Apl. 25, 1754, " ye groome was yn, as far as I could 
learn more yn 70 years old, and ye bride near 80 ; neither of which had been 
married before," — Rev. Hez. Bissell. 

The wid. Prudence, d. Aug. 9, 1813, a. 79. John (pensioner), d. Oct. 14, 
1825, (Wby, Ch, Rec) 

P, 621, 1. 27, Joseph's gravestone, discovered by the author of this history 
in the graveyard of the old Pres. Ch. of Woodbridge, N. J., has the following 
inscription : " Sacred to the memory of Mr. Joseph Fitch, Junr., son to Mr, 
Joseph and Mrs. Prudence Fitch of Windsor, in the county of Hartford, in 



64 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Conueeticut, wlio died Sept. ye IGth, 1791, aged 26 years and 26 days. He 
wa.s the 6tli eldest sou of the same name who descended from Thomas Fitch, 
of liraiutree, Enghtnd." 

JouN Field, had child, bap. Feb. 2, 1789; Julia bap. Sept. 6, 1792. (E. 
W. C. R.) This would indicate an error in record of his birth, (page 618.) 

David T. m. Eunice Barber, Aug. 2, 1790. 

Joseph Fitcu's wife, d. Sept. 4, 1748; Joseph Fitch's wife, d. Oct. 10, 1771 ; 
Joseph Fitch's wife, d. Oct. 16, 1786; Joseph, d.Mch. 29, 1789, a. 80; John, 
son of John, son of Joseph, burn Feb. 12, 1706. 

FLINT, p. 621, 1. 31, Akchelaus, had child, bap. Oct. 19, 1766, Sept. 10, 
1768, Dec. 18, 1774, May 4, 1777, May 31, 1779, Aug. 19, 1781. (ii. W. C. 
R.) 

James had Fradivi or Fradiri (?) bap. July 8, 1798; one bap. Feb. 16, 1800 ; 
Mary, bap'. Nov. 19, 1803; Charlotte, May 11, 1806; Car[oline?], June 29, 
1819. (E. W. C. R.) 

FORWARD, p. 621, last 1., Samuel, d. Sept. 16, 1684 ; next page, first line, 
his wife d. June 22, 1685. (Col. Rec.) 

FOSDICK, p. 622, insert, William had William and Dorothy, bap. May 9, 
1762 ; Lawrence, Sept. 18, 1763; Sarah, Feb. 24, 1765; child, bap. Feb. 8, 
1767; June 25, 1769; June 21, 1772; Nov. 20, 1774; May 5, 1776; May, 4 
1777; July 30, 1780. (W. C. R) 

FOSTER, p. 622, 1. 13, Abel (prob. son of Abel), d. Dec. 14, 1828, a. 57. 

Ann B. wife of Erastus, d. Aug. 30, 1832, a. 27. 

Sophronia, dau. of Rev. Daniel, bap. by Rev. Mr. Rowland, Oct. 17, 1784, 

John (prob. one ment 1. 11, p. 622) had child, bap. Aug.. 29, 1773; July 
9, 1775 ; June; Oct. 1777; Jan. 31, 1779. (E. W: C. R.) 

Rev. Daniel m. Mrs. Elizabeth Hayden, Aug. 20, 1778. 

Thomas, 1., p. 622, had Annie, bap. Feb. 17, 1765 ; Feb. 25, 1767; Oct. 
3, 1771. (E. W. C. R.) 

Thomas, p. 622, 1. 36, had child bap. Feb. 12, 1769. (E. W. C. R.) 

Peletiah (undoubtedly same as ment. 1. 40, p. 622) had children bap. May 
19,1763; Prudence bap. Sept. 16, 1764; July 14, 1764; Sept. 27, 1767 ; 
Aug. 9, 1769 ; Feb. 19, 1775. (E. W. C. R.) 

FOWLER, p. 623, 1. 13, for 1654 read 1655. (Col. Rec.) 

FRANCIS, p. 623, I. 19, the W. C. R. gives Sept. 2, as date of Wm.'a 
marriage. The same authority gives Sept. 18, 1785, as the date of their dau. 
Louisa's baptism. And also adds to them child., Sally, bap. July 22, 1798, 
and Anna, bap. July 4, 1802. (W. C. R.) 

FULLER, p. 623, insert Caleb came to Middletown, Ct., from E. Windsor, 
by letter from ch. there. May 12, 1777. He had a family of children.— 
Steam's Ment: He ■ had had a child bap. in E. W., Mch. 30, 1766. (E. 
W. C. R.) 

GAYLORD, p. 624, 1. 3, William, Jr. m. 2, Elizabeth Drake, Feb. 9, 1653, 



SUPPLEMENT. 65 

she is ment. in his will ; line 5, for Jan. read June. Joseph, son of Wm. 
(poss. same as Josiah in text) d. May 16, 1667. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 624, 1. 9, for Aug. 19 read Aug. 7; 1. 15, for Aiig. 9, read Aug. 19; 1. 17, 
for 1653, read 16.54. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 624, 1. 19, John* m. in 1655. The Col. Rec. seems to be equally good 
authority for 1653 or '55. 

P. 624, 1. 23, JoHN^ m. Dec. 13. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 624, 1. 24, for June read Jan. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 624, 1. 27, Natuaniel,6 had Hezekiah, b. Apl. 23, 1679. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 624, 1. 33, Joseph'', wife Sarali, was of Farmington. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 625, 1. 12, Eliakim12, Hinsdale in N. S. R., says, " Elizabeth, wife of 
Eliakim Gaylord, d. Sept. 21, 1776, of ye fatal dysentery," and of the same 
disease, •' widow Elizabeth Gaylord d., Sept 2, 1776." 

P. 625, 1. 33. "Died, in Hopewell, N. Y., on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 1860, 
Rev. Flavel Stebbins Gaylord, in the 65th year of his age. He was a son 
of Rev. Nathaniel Gaylord, who was pastor of the Cong. Church in Hartford, 
Conn., more than fifty years. He was born August 22d, 1795, and graduated 
at Williams College, Mass., in 1816, and from the Andover Theological Sem- 
inary in 1822. His first settlement iu the ministry of the Presbyterian Church 
was in Goiham, N. Y., where he continued ten years. He then taught the 
Academy in Prattsburgh, N. Y., nine years, preaching also, as there was 
occasion, in the vicinity ; after which he was again settled in the ministry 
seven years in Naples, N. Y. For the last seven years he has had charge of the 
church in Hopewell. During his ministry of almost forty years, he has been 
most highly respected. He preached for the last time on Sunday, January 
22d, and was the next day prostrated by paralysis, and continued in a dis- 
abled and doubtful state till February 8th, when he rapidly sunk to his rest. 
— N. Y. Evangelist. 

P. 625, 1. 3d, for 1773, read 1783. This Flavia, m. Samuel Hale, Jr., of 
Suffield, April 28, 1806. 

P. 625, 1. 36, Eleazer, m. Hannah Haskell ; had Frances, bap. Aug. 11, 
1822 ; Eleazer, May 3'>, 1823; Ebenezer, bap. June 30, 1826; Flavel, bap. 
Sept. 16, 1827. (W. C. R.) 

Mary, m. Benj. Loomis, Jr., Feb. 21, 1805. Elijah, m. Margaret Taylor 
dan. of Ruth, dau. of John, son of John Stiles the ancestor. (Pres. Stiles 
MSS.) Betsey, m. Luke Fish, Nov. 10, 1803. 

From Col. Rec. — The wife of Samuel, d. May 2, 1680. Samuel, son of 
Nathaniel, d. June 21, 1690. J^hn (^&«vjSbiK'), had Thomas and Joseph, 
b June 20, 1690. S^>^^ ^^ tA^U^-< U^.,~*i^ 1-**- ^^^ ^ ^v /^^^'^^ 

From Why. Ch. Rec. — Ethemdr of W., m. Lydia Pettibone, Dec. 4, 1800 ; 
John, of W.,m. Sarah Pinney of Simsbury, June 6, 1804, 

John, m. Mary , had John, bap. Aug. 2, 1777 ; Betsey, bap. Dec. 11, 

1792. (N. S. R.) 

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66 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR, 

For obituary notice of Dea. Wm. Gaylord's wife see Conn. Courant, No. 
213, Dec. 25, 1770. 

Joseph, d. March 19, 1761. (N, S. R.) 

Alkxander (prob, the one on 1. 27, p. 626), had four children bap. 
April 23, 1820. (E W. C. R.) 

GIBBS, p. 627, 1. 23, Miriam, who m. Josiah Bissell, was b. Dec. 2, 1681. 
(Col. Rec.) 

P. 628, Stephen and Charity, had Samuel, Rufus and Charity, bap. March, 
1765 ; Levi, bap. May 27, 1778, d. 28th June following ; Benjamin (a. 14), 
bap. Aug. 17, 1783. (N. S. R.) 

Stephen, had children bap. Nov. 29, 1778; Sept. 1779 ; Sept. 17, 1780 ; 3 
bap. Sept. 6, 1789 ; Feb. 21, 1790 ; Feb. 10, 1793, and Elizabeth, April 20, 
1794. (E. W. C.R.) 

Benjamin and Charlotte, had Levi, bap. Nov. 11, 1792. 

James, m. Almena Colgrove, Feb. 8, 1813. 

GILLET, p. 628, 1. 27, Nathan, Sr., d. Sept. 15, 1689 ; his dau. Rebecca, 
d. July 13, 1655 ; his son Nathan, Jr., b. Aug. 17 ; his son Benjamin, d. July 
13, 1655. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 629, 1. 16, Cornells, Jr., d. Sept. 5, 1746 ; his son Cornelius, b. 1693; 
d. Oct. 23, 1758, a. about 67 yrs. 

P. 629, 1. 20, this Stephen had also Asaph, bap. Feb. 15, 1741 ; d. Oct. 
1741 ; Stephen, bap. Oct. 24, ] 742 ; d. July 14, 1745 ; Anne, bap. Aug. 4, 1745 ; 
his first son Stephen, d. Oct. 23, 1741. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 630, 1. 38, Francis B. m. W. A. Baker, Dec. 7, 1840. Elizabeth Gris- 
WOLD Gillett and her sister Eunice, bap. Sept. 30, 1798. (W. C. R.) 

P. 631, 1. 3, Jonathan, Jr.^ had also Jonathan, b. Oct. 15, 1685. (Col. 
Rec.) 

P. 631, 1. 12, Jonah, had Rebecca, bap. March 26, 1738 ; Tryphena, bap_ 
Aug. 17, 1740 ; Simeon, bap. Oct. 23, 1743 ; Mercy, bap. Feb. 24, 1746 ; Lucy, 
bap. Jan. 20, 1751. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 631, 1. 19, for Lovie read Lois. 

P. 631, 1. 21, Joel3, had also Joel, bap. Oct. 3, d. Oct. 4, 1738 ; Abuer, bap. 
Dec. 6, 1741; Moses, bap. Nov. 27, 1743. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 632, 1. 7, for Nov. 2, read Nov. 20. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 632, 1. 8, Jonathan, b. 1669, d. June 3, 1686. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 632, 1. 12, for Barker read Barber. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 633, 1. 1, Thos. b. 1676; is prob. same one who d. Feb. 28, 17G2, in 
87th yr. 

P. 633, 1. 9, for 1776 read 1676 ; Joanna, b. 1680; d. Aug. 11, 1683 ; next 
1, for 1682 read 1683, and for June 28 read Oct. 15. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 633, 1. 15, Jonathan, had also Ruth, bap. Aug. 5, 1739. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 633, 1. 17, it was prob. this Simeon who m. Rebecca Andrus, May 20, 
1762, and had Rebecca, bap. Sept. 4, 1762. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 633, 1. 18, it was prob. this Stephen who m. Ruth Case, Apl. 30, 1778 



SUPPLEMENT. 67 

and had Ruth, bap. June 7, 1779 ; Rachel, bap. Sept. 23, 1781 ; Stephen, bap. 
Aug. 31, 1783. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 633, 1. 18, it was prob. this Thomas who m. Hannah Drake, Sept. 12, 
1776, and had Hannah, bap. June 15, 1777; Thomas, bap. Aug. 29, 1779 ; 
Jesse, bap. June 3, 1781. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 633, 1. 20, Amos, m. Susannah Webster, Feb. 23, 1764, who d. Feb. 24, 
1820, a. 77 ; had Susannah, bap. Dec. 30, 1764, d. Dec. 22, 1770 ; Huldah, 
bap. May 3, 1767 ; Rockee, bap. Mch. 19, 1769 ; Susannah, bap. July 28, 
1771 ; Amos, bap. Mch. 13, 1774 ; Jonathan, bap. Feb. 23, 1777 ; Mary, bap. 
June 13, 1779. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 633, 1. 20, Jonathan, 3d, had also Rosanna, bap. Oct. 18, 1741 ; Abigail, 
bap. Mch. 30, 1746, d. Feb. 25, 1752 ; Stephen, d. same day, a. about 3 yr. 8 
mo.; Thomas, bap. Oct. 9, 1747; Stephen, bap. May 13, 1753; Abigail, bap. 
Nov. 2, 1755; Lucina bap. Apl. 9, 1757 ; Asa, bap. Sept. 16, 1759. (Wby. 
Ch. Rec.) 

P. 633, 1. 21, Lt. Jonathan (prob. same) m. 1, Abigail , whot4...Apl- 

23, 1758, a. 39 yr., 6 mo.; m. 2, wid. Rachel Goodrich, Apl. 26, 1759; she 
d. Aug. 11, 1798, a. 61 ; Nov. 29, 1761, bap. Rachel and Ruth, twins ; Ruth 
d. Oct. 1, and Rachel d. Oct. 4, 1776. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 633, 1. 26, add to Almerin's family Charlotte, bap. July 26, 1807. (W. 
C. R.) 

Jonah, Jr.,m. Sarah Goodrich, Nov. 9, 1752; Sarah, bap. July 1, 1753 ; 
Levi, bap. Oct. 13, 1754; Jonah, bap. April 17, 1757; Aaron, bap. Jan. 14, 
1759; George, bap. Dec. 28, 1760; Elizabeth, bap. April 3,1763. Capt, 
Jonah (prob. the same) had Chloe, bap. May 13, 1770 ; Nance, bap. Sune 20, 
1773. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Jonah, Jr.,m. Wid. Eunice Whiton, Jan. 30, 1787; Jonah, bap. Oct. 20, 
1793, also Elizabeth, Susannah, Dana, Chloe, Polly, Sally ,*Nancy, bap. Aug. 
30, 1795. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Amos, Jr., m. Mitty Hubbard, Mch. 9, 1797, and had Mitty, died ; January 
30, 1823, a. 24 ; Amos Hubbard, Fanny, Clarissa, William Augustus, bap. 
Apl. 22, 1810. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

From Col. Rec. — Josia, m. Hannah Taintor, June 30, 1676 ; their dau. Jo- 
hanna, b. 1680, d. Aug. 11, 16S3 ; Elizabeth, b. 1682-3. John, had Mercy, 
b. Jan. 31, 1682. Mercy, m. George Norton of Southfield (Suffield?), June 
14, 1683. Wid. Mary, d. Jan. 5, 1685. 

From Wby. Ch. Rec— Asa, m Violet Case, Feb. 1, 1778, and had Violet, 
bap. July 19, 1778 ; Frederick, bap. Apl. 2, 1780. 

Jacob, m. Huldah Filley, Oct. 29, 1806. Children : Huldah, bap. Dec. 25, 
1808; Jacob Mills, bap. Apl. 22, 1810; Rachel, bap. Dec. 1, 1811; Jason, 
bap. May 8, 1814; Watson bap. June 23, 1816. 

Justus, had Justus Pennoyer, Anson Center, Norman Hubbard, Sylvia 
Permela, bap. Sept. 3, 1815 ; Edward, bap. Nov. 5, 1820 ; Simeon, bap. Oct. 
13, 1822; Flavia EUza, bap. May 21, 1826. 



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68 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Sylvester, had Sybil Lavinia, bap. June 23, 1816; Susan Merrilla, bap. 
Nov. 9, 1817. 

Levi, had Joab, bap. Oct. 16, 1786. 

Wid. Anne, prob. wid. Stephen, m. Mr. Isaac Fosbury of Sheffield, Sept. 
11, 1750. Elizabeth, m. Ezra Kent of Suffield, Nov. 8, 1750. 'Hannah, m. 
Wm. Shepard of Hartford, Mch. 28, 1754. ' Eunice, m. David Ives of Goshen, 
Feb., 1761. 'Agnes, m. Asahel Smith of Suffield, June 28, 1763. Lucy, m. 
David Lane of Suffield, Dec. 26, 1770. Ldct, m. Seth Talcott, Feb. 14, 1788. 

Mekcy, m. John Wells, Jr., of Johnstown, Jan. 1, 1798. Susannah, m. 
Harry McCIellan, Dec. 21, 1808. Sally, xa. Henry Goodrich of Barkham- 
stead, Nov. 8, 1810. Mary, m. Diodate Taylor of Hartford, June 5, 1817. 
Betsy, m. Nathan N. Parsons of New Hartford, May 16, 1827. 

Amos, Senr., ra. Miriam Brown, Apl. 29, 1824. 

Benjamin's wife, d. Apl. 15, 1751, a. about 23. Capt. Jonah, d. Mch. 14, 
1792, in 64 yr. Elizabeth, wife of Jonah, d. May 28, 1753, a. about 44. 
JoNAn_4^eEUi%1825, a. 69, and his wid. d. Dec. 30, 1825, a. 61. Sgt. 
^AH, d,„Jlay 21, 1782, a'. /9. EiJZABETHj^-vdie^ of Jonah, Jr., d. July 30, 




Wife of Jonah, d. May 30, 1797, a. about 30. Wid. De- 
borah, d. SeptT 29, 1753, a. about 74. Wid. Mary (mother-in-law to John 
Burr), d. Jan. 4, 1755, a. about 82. Thomas, son of Thomas, d. Aug. 9, 1779, 
a. 9 d. Daniel, drowned Jan. 2, 1761, in a mill-pond, a. about 18. Mary, 
dau. of Jonathan, d. Oct. 17, 1807, a. 5 yr. Chauncey, d. Jan. 1818, Ches- 
ter, d. Oct. 31, 1821, a. 23. Ashbel, d. Mch. 16, 1823. Capt. Justus, d. 
Oct. 17, 1825, a. 42. Miriam, wife of Amos, d. Nov. 15, 1828, a. 74. Be- 
thuel's wife, d. Nov. 25, 1829, a. 28. Capt. Amos, d. Apl. 4, 1830. Wid. 
Abel, d. July 9, 1830, Samuel, d. Oct. 1819. Joel's wife, d. Mch. 10, 
1795, middle aged. Ashbel, had a dau., d. Sept. 30, 1803, a. 4 yr., and child, 
d. Sept. 1795, a. 1. Aaron, d. Jan, 25, 1804, a. 45. Wid. Esther, d. Feb, 
24, 1804, a. 95. Abel, d. Nov. 22, 1807, a. 63. Betsy, wife of Jonathan, d. 
Oct. 25, 1804, a. 22. 

Capt. Jonathan, had Elizabeth, bap. Feb. 26, 1764; Deborah, bap. May 18, 
1766; Lucy, bap. July 10, 1768; Wealthyann, bap. Aug. 26, 1770; Mary, 
bap. May 2, 1773; Jonathan, bap. July 27, 1777 ; David, bap, Oct. 10, 1779; 
Jacob, bap. Aug. 28, 1785. (Wby. Ch, Rec.) 

Julia, m. Wm. Perkins, Nov. 8, 1826. (W. C. R.) 

Benjamin, had children bap. June 10, 1771; May 16, 1773; Oct. 1776; Dec. 
20, 1778; Dec. 24, 1780; Sept. 15, 1782; May 23, 1784; June 18, 1786; 
Jerusha, bap. Oct. 31, 1790; Eli, bap. June 3, 1792. (E, W, C. R.) 

Benjamin, Jr,, had Sarah, June 12, 1814; children bap. July 14, 1816; 
Seth, May 15, 1825 ; May 6, 1827 ; Re , Oct. 4, 1829. (E. W. C, R.) 

Levi, had Levi, bap. May, 1781. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Asa, had Asa, bap. Aug. 25, 1782 ; Jemmy bap. June 26, 1785. (Wby. Ch, 
Rec.) 



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GILMAN, p. 634, 1. 11, Benjamin had , bap. Apl. 15, 1787; Henry, 

Feb. 6, 1791. (E. W. C. R.) 

GLEASON, p. 634, Phineas, (E. W.) m. Catharine Wolfe, Aug. 29, 1816. 
(W. C. R.) 

GOFF, David, had Ellenor, Sept. 11, 1762; Sarah, bap. July 22, 1764; 
Betty, bap. Nov. 2, 1766. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

GOODRICH, Jacob, d. and was buried at Wethersfield, Nov. 1745, a. 52 
(perhaps). (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 634, 1. 22, Jacob's birth, according to R. MSS., " Feb. 26." His father 
Stephen, d. July 20, 1758, in 28th yr. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) Seth, d. May 5, 
1828, a. 45. SiEPHEy, also had Stephen, bap. Apl. 10, 1757. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 634, 1. 23, Elijah, who m. Margery Gillett, 1752, had (besides those 
given in the text) Elijah, b. Jan. 2, 1754; John, bap. Dec. 28, 1755; Jere- 
miah, bap. Aug. 7, 1757; Jesse, bap. Oct. 8, 1759 ; Solomon, bap. Oct. 11, 
1761. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Seth, had Hannah, bap. July 30, 1780; Elizabeth, bap. Dec. 9, 1781. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

From Wby. Ch. Rec. — Isaac, m. Sarah Moses, Jan. 12, 1756. Daniel, m. 
Zeruiah Moses, Feb. 6, 1759. Simeon, who d. June 5, 1785, had Ruth, bap. 
Nov. 9, 1777 ; Luther, bap. Feb. 9, 1781. Benjamin, m. Candace Bidwell, 
Nov. 27, 1794. Wid. Sarah, d. April' 4, 1803, in 72 yr. 

GOODWIN, p. 634, James, m. Hannali Mather, Mch. 10, 1783. 

GRAHAM, p. 634, 1. 33, Elisha, m. Anna Humphrey, June 20, 1754. (R. 
MSS.) 

GRANT, p. 635, Matthew Grant's Family Record (from his MSS. Note 
Book), furnished by the Hon. J. Hammond Trumbull of Hartford, Conn. 

" Matthew Graunt was married to his first wife Prissilla, in the year 1625, 
Nov. 16. She died in the yeare 1644, April 27, being 43 year of age and 2 
months. Children — Prissilla Graunt, was borne in the yeare 1626, September 
14; Samuel Graunt was borne in the yeare 1631, Nouember 12; Tahau 
Graunt was borne in the yeare 1633, Februarie 3 ; John Graunt was borne in 
the yeare 1642, April 30. 

" May the 29, 1645, Matthew Graunt and Susanna [wid. of William 
Rockwell] ware maried. Matthew Graunt was then three and forty years of 
age, seven months and eighteen dayes ; borne in the yeare 1601, October 27, 
Tuesdaye. Susanna Graunt was then three and forty years of age, seven 
weeks and 4 days ; borne in the yeare 1602, April the 5, Monday. Children 
of Susanna by her first husband — Joan Rockwell was borne in the yeare 1625, 
Aprell the 25 ; John Rockwell was borne in the yeare 1627, July the 18 ; 
Samuel Rockwell was borne in the yeare 1631, March the 28; Sara Rockwell 
was borne in the yeare 1638, July the 24. 

" Nouember 14, 1666, my wife Susanna died, being aged 64 years and 
i, 5 weeks and 4 dayes, and since shee and I maried is 21 year, 24 
weeks.'* 



70 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

P. 635, 1. 18, for 1847 read 1647. 

P. 635, 1. 20, Samuel, Jr. (E. W.), had Hannah, b. Sept. 2, 1684. (Col. 
Rec.) 

P. 635, 1. 28, Tahan, m. Hannah Bissell, prob. in 1690. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 635, 1. 34, John, son of John,* b. Oct. 20, 1671, and Mary b. 1674. The 
eaid early John, Jr., d. May 17, 1686. (Col. Rec.) 

David (of Wby.), d. June 14, 1748. 

P. 636, 1. 12, Matthew,' m. Oct. 29 ; John, d. July 22, 1684. (Col. Rec ) 

P. 636, JoHN,6 had son, bap. 1690-91. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 636, 1. 37, Capt., afterwards Col. Roswell, had Ebenezer, bap. Feb. 
18, 1789 ; Henrietta, bap. Feb. 22, 1789 ; Ann, bap. Mch, 29, 1789 ; and 
children bap. Mch. 21, 1790; May 20, 1792; Apl. 6, 1794; May 27, 1798. 

P. 637, 1. 10, AsHBEL,is who d. June 29, 1774, m. Elizabeth Chapman, 
Mch. 29, 1764, who d. May 10, 1772. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) This also corrects 
item on 1. 25. 

From E. W. C. R. — Aaron, had Reuben, bap. Aug, 28, 1763, and children 
bap. June 20, 1765 ; June 20, 1767 ; Jan. 1, 1769 ; Sept. 20, 1771 ; Feb. 20, 
X774. 

Aaron, Jr., had children bap. Aug. 16, 1784 ; July 23, 1786 ; Aug. 10, 
1788 ; Pitkin, Oct. 17, 1790 ; Aaron, Dec. 11, 1791; Hannah, May 18, 1794; 
Lucy, Dec. 24, 1797 ; Ha , June 29, 1800, and Samuel, Nov. 28, 1802. 

Samuel Rockwell, had Tliomas, bap. May 13, 1764. 

AzARiAH, Jr., had a child bap. Sept. 26, 1775. 

Eunice, had a child bap. Dec. 5, 1776 ; Luceetia, had children bap. April 
24, 1785 ; Samuel, had a child bap. July 10, 1774; Oliver, had Orrin, bap. 

Feb. 19, 1804; David, had Abner, bap. Mch. 2, 1794; Alfred, had , 

bap. Nov. 17, 1805. 

P. 637, the whole paragraph, commencing on 1. 15, is a tissue of errors. 
Matthew of E. W. is evidently not Matthew'. Lusina's bap. is given in E. 
W. C. R as Apl. 3, 1763, which does not agree well with her death in 1762. 
Daniel and Matthew, on line 19, are evidently out of place in this family. 
E. W. C. R. also give Matthew of E. W. (the father), children, bap. July 
28, 1765, and May 11, 1768. 

P. 637, 1. 35, Edward Chapman had EUet, bap. Apl. 28, 1762 ; Sept. 26, 
1771. (E. W. C. R.) 

Epaphras, had Frances Maria, bap. May 22, 1825, and , bap. July 30, 

1826. 

Gideon (prob. the same ment. on 1. 24, p. 638), had child, bap. Nov. 
22, 1761 ; Hezekiah, July 17, 1763 ; , May 5, 1765. 

David, had David Wadsworth, bap. June 24, 1798 ; Rhoda Emma, bap. 
Sept. 28, 1806. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Jonathan, had Jonathan Baxter, bap. Nov. 25, 1810 ; Mary Fields, bap. 
July 4, 1818 ; Johu^ou Keyes, bap. Nov. 13, 1814 ; Susanna, bap. May 4, 
1817 ; Sophronia, bap. Aug. 8, 1819. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 



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*JoNAH, m. Sarah frriswolcl (both of Wintonbury), Oct. 9, 1752, had , 

b. Jan. 31, 1753; Mrs. Gillet, d. May 2S, 1753, hem. 2, Esther Filley, Oct. 
10, 1754. (R. MSS.) 

Rhoiia Emma, m. Asahel C. Washburn of Royalton, Vt., 1828. (Why, Ch. 
Rec.) 

Benjamin, m. Elizabeth Cadwell, Dec. 20, 1753 ; had , b. Nov. 7, 1754. 

(R. MSS.) 

Abigail and Stephen, of Wby, " drowned, Feb. 25, 1752." The wid. Gil- 
let, d. Sept. 29, 1753. (R. MSS.) Rhoda, d. Nov. 12, 1829, a. 62. 

Wid^ Elizabeth, d. Sept. 30, 1807, a. 63. Ens. David (prob. David,!' p. 
636) wife, d. Nov. 2, 1775, in 72 yr. He d. Dec. 27, 1791, in 90 yr. They 
lost an inf. son, Feb. 3, 1793, and a still born child, Oct. 26, 1794. 

GRAY, William, m. Annie Fosbury, Dec. 8, 1777. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

GREEN, p. 638, third line from bottom, Joel's gravestone says, hed. Aug. 
26, 1813, a. 62, which makes his birth in 1751 or '52; his wid. Sally, d. 
Sept. 5, 1833, a. 73. Joel, had children bap. Mch. 18, 1781 ; Sept. 15, 1782. 
(E. W. C. R.) 

Hakkiet, m. Moses Casey, Nov. 28. (W. C. R.) 

GRIFFIN, p. 639, I. 32, Alfred and Fanny, had a dau. Sally, who d. Dec. 
23, 1829, a. 2 yr. 

Milton, d. Jan. 8, 1819, in 25 yr. 

GRIMES, p. 639, insert, Elisha, m. Anne Humphrey, June 20, 1754. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

GRISWOLD, p. 640, 1. 15, from Col. Rec, for ^nn read ^nna. 

P. 640, 1. 18, Joseph, bap. Mch. 12 or 22, the latter prob. correct. 

P. 640, I. 19, John, bap. Aug. 1. 

P. 640, 1. 34, George,2 m. Oct. 3, 1655. 

P. 641, 1. 8, for July 14, read July 10. 

P. 641, 1. 31, a Daniel s. of Daniel, d. Mch., 1684-5. Can this be Daniel"? 
(Col. Rec.) 

P. 641, 1. 38, among children of Thomas,'' in.sert Samuel, b. Dec. 15,^1684. 

Corrections furnished by Henry Bright, Esq., of Northampton, Mass. — P. 641, 
1. 30, John,2i year of birth, 1703. 

P. 642, 1. 35, Bathseba, 6., should be d. 

P. 643, 1. 3, the date of Samuel's birth should be 1720. 

P. 643, 1. 26, for Man read a dau. 

P. 643, 1. 30, Nathaniel, b. 1742, is prob. same one who had Friend, bap. 
June 10, 1764 ; Agnes, bap. Sept. 29, 1765. He then lived in Poquonnoc. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 643, 1. 33, David,26 m. Huldah Brown, Dec. 23, 1731. He died Ang. 1, 
1760. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 643, 1. second from bottom, Capt. Thomas,^' was m. in 1728, instead of 
1725. 

P. 643, 1. 36, date of Asinah's birth should be 1751. (Wby Ch. Rec.) 



72 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

P. 644, 2d line from bottom, Capt. Benjamin,^i was m. 22d July; and 
filie d. in 1776. 

P. 645, 1. 7, Moses,*^ and wife buried in old Poq. burving ground, had 
Elizabeth, bap. Feb. 26, 1759. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 645, 1. 12, Shubal,3* also had dan. Phebe, b. Sept. 14, 1719. 

P. 645, 1. 16, for 1S37, read 1737. 

P. 647, 1. 1, for Jcdidah, read Jedidiah. 

P. 647, 1. 5, date of Marj'.s birth should bt Aug. 28. 

P. 647, line 20, for Sitnon, read Simeon. 

P. 648, Abiel,^" strike out all said about his second and third wives, as they 
belonged to Abiel, son of George, Jr.^^ Dridania should be Diadema. I 
believe Abiel,^" had a second wife, Rebecca, who d. April 12, 1819, a. 48. 
My original memoranda says Abiel^^ committed suicide. 

P. 648, 1. IS, Seneca, positively the son of Abiel Buckland, was b. July 
21, 1801. Abic4 Buckland's other children were Mary, m. a Cook; Jane, m. 
Bushrod Clark ; Julia, m. the same Bushrod Clark ; More, m. near Hartford. 

P. 648, 1. 38, for 2d and 3d wives of George, Jr.,^i see note above. 

P. 649, 1. 29, the date of marriage should be 1789. 

P. 649, 1. 30, the date of her death should be 1847. 

P. 650, 1. 22, for Frederica Elvira, read Fredonia Elvira. 

P. 650, 1. 26, for Casmcr, read Casimir. 

P. 650, 1. 24, Leonora Fredonia, was b. Nov. 1st. 

P. 650, 1. 44, Elias of Poquonnoc, had also , d. Dec. 12, 1803, a. 

3 yr.; his son Erastys Fitch, b. 1779, d. Oct. 12, 1807; also a child, who d. 
Nov. 11, 1793, while on a visit at Wby. 

P. 650, last line, for None read Nona. 

Rhoda, m. Joshua Abby of Enfield, May 3, 1827. (W. C. R.) OuveH., 
m. Roland S. Fox of E. H'tf'd, Sept. 9, 1840. (W. C. R.) Daniel E., m. Eliz 
F, Baker, Nov. 16, 1842. (W. C. R.) Isaac P., m. Cynthia M. Hillyei, Apl. 
7, 1841. (W. C. R.) John E., m. Caroline Griswold, Nov. 5, 1832. (W. 
C. R.) Lucia Ann, m. Cadwell Strickland, of Simsbury, .July 29, 1834. ( W. 
C. R.) Marcos, m. Martha Holcomb of Granby, Feb. 15, 1827. {W. C. R.) 
Mehitable, m. Henry W. Miner of Vernon, Apl. 11, 1827. (W. C. R.) 
Elizabeth, ra. Chas. HoUister, May 1, 1828. (W. C. R.) Gaylord, m. 
Mary Hooker, Aug. 3, 1796. Erastus, m. Charlotte Pinney, Jan. 10, 1809. 

William, m. Case of Simsbury, Sept. 8, 1814. (W. C. R.) Owen, m. 

Soper, Dec. 26, 1814. (W. C. R.) Guy, m. Elizabeth Marshall, July 2^ 

1818. (W. C. R.) Joel, m. Mary Evans, May 11, 1758. 

Elijah, m. Sarah Thrall, Oct. 1806. 

From Poquonnoc New Burying Ground. — Elijah, above named, d. Apl. 26, 
1835, a. 56 ; his wife Sarah, d. Nov. 14, 1834, a. 53. Eunice, their dau., d. 
Oct. 22, 1845, a. 25. Elijah, Jr. (prob. their son), d. Nov. 26, 1840, a. 34; 
an inf. dau., d. Jan. 10, 1813, a. 13 days. , 



SUPPLEMENT. 73 

Lt. Elijah, d. Apl. 12, 1826, a. 76, and Lis wife Eleanor, d. Aug. 18, 1830, 
a. 85. 

Elisha, d. June 22, 1842, a. 30 ; Edwin T., d. Nov. 30, 1840, a. 26. 

Okigen, d. Sept. 28, 1855, a. 70 ; by his wife Selma, he had James Ethel- 
bert; d. Apl. 20, 1854, a. 14 yr. ; Hector Abiel, d. Apl. 15, 1844, a. 18 ; 
James W., d. Mch. 20, 1836, a. 3 yr.; Everett, d. Mch. 27, 1836, a. 2 mo ; 
Nathan S.. d. Mch. 30, 1853, a. 31 ; his dau. (by wife Clarinda H.) Emma 
P., d. Dec. 30, 1848, a. 6 mo., 13 d.; John, d. May 18, 1815, a. 38 : his wife 
Mary, d. Dec. 8, 1834, a. 56, and sou, Abiel Wolcott, d. Jan. 9, 1817, a. 3 
yr.; Edward W., d. Feb. 27, 1845, a. 62; his wife Harriet, d. Aug. 26, 1832, 
a. 49 ; their dau. Elizabeth (wife of Wm. S. Loomis), d. Feb. 27, 1847, a. 27; 
Samuel B., d. Aug. 29, 1853, a. 24; Bradford, d. Sept. 3, 1855, a. 59 ; his 
wife Sophia, d. Aug. 25, 1854, a. 58 ; Friend, d. Feb. 4, 1831, a. 67, his dau. 
(by wife Dolly), Allissa, d. Feb. 4, 1833, a. 44 ; Bridgman, d. Oct. 9, 1836, 
a. 45 ; his wife Hannah, d. Aug, 4, 1829, a. 39 ; Marshall B., son of Bridg- 
man and Maria, d. Jan. 1, 1842, a. 4 yr. 9 mo.; Abigail, wife of Nathaniel, 
d. Apl. 26, 1820, a. 73; Giles (see Giles, 1. 7, p. 647), d. Dec. 13, 1850, a. 
53 ; Levi, d. Mch. 19, 1844, a. 75 ; his wife Azubah, d. June 18, 1841, a. 66; 
Benjamin, d. May 25, 1823, a. 57; his wife Sally, d. July, 1811, a. 43; 
Martha, of Marcus, d. Aug. 30, 1846, a. 42 ; Richard P., d. Jan. 19, 1842, a. 

4 yr. 10 mo ; Sylvia, of Warham and Sylvia, d. Dec. 12, 1840, a. 2; Lothrop 
and Jennette's dau. Ada Eliza, d. Apl. 8, 1857, a. 2 ; George M. Griswold, d. 
July 18, 1853, a. 31; his son Charles A. (by wife Emily), d. July 4, 1853, 
a. 2yr., 6 mo.; Phineas, d. Sept. 18, 1829, a. 47; Gile.s, d. Dec. 13, 1850, a. 
53 ; his son Gaylord B. (by Charlotte), d. July 10, 1846, a. 11 ; Alfred, d. 
Sept 28, 1826, a. 26. 

Poquonnoc Old Burying Ground. — Grove and Tirzah, children of Nathaniel 
and Abigail, d. June 11, 1771, a. 3 days. Francis, d. Nov. 9, 1796, in 78th 
yr.; his wife Keziah, d. Dec. 28, 1798, in 75 yr. Anne, wife of Joab, d. May 
28, 1799, in 2Sth yr. 

Bloomfidd Burying Ground. — Capt. William, d. May 10, 1830, a. 55 ; wf. 
Anna, d. Feb. 7, 1813, a. 36. Children : Erastus Wolcot, d. Apl. 1, 1807, a, 

5 ; William Pomeroy, d. Apl. 10, 1807, a. 10; Anna Maria, d. Mch. 10, 1811. 
a. 14 ; Mary Anna, d. Apl. 14, 1812, a. 2 ; Capt. Edward, d. Feb. 22, 1785, 
a. 56 ; Edward, d. Mch. 27, 1788, in 80. 

From Why. Ch. iJec— Jonah, in. Oct. 9, 1746, to Ruth Barnett ; had Ruth, 
bap. Mch. 11, 1750; Ann, bap. May 9, 1757. 

Joel, who d. Feb. 3, 1814, a. 80, m. Mary Evans, May 11, 1758; had Joel, 
bap. Nov. 5, 1758 ; Elijah, bap. July 22, d. 23, 1761 ; Elijah, bap. Aug. 22, 
1762; Mary, bap. Dec. 2, 1764; Luther, bap. Sept. 28, 1766; Rufus and 
Eleanor (twins), bap. Sept. 1769; Eleanor, d. Nov. 28, 1776; Rebecca, 
bap. May 3, 1772 ; Ralph, bap. Apl. 30, 1775. 

Noah of Poq., had Elisha, bap. Dec. 23, 1757. Noah, Jr. of Poq., had 
Aurelia, bap. June 23, 1765; Frederick, bap. ApL 26, 1766; Noah, bap. 

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74 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Sept. 15, 1771; Zuba, bap. May 14, 1775. Edward of Poq.,' had Simeon, 
bap. Aug. 25, 1765. Deborah, m. William Watson, Oct. 30, 1768. Solomon, 
m Abiah AUyn, Apl. 27, 1780. Friend, m. Dorothy Weller, Mch. 12, 1787, 
Abiel of Poq., m. wid. Rebecca Phelps, May 13, 1802. Lydia, m. Asahel 
Bliss of Canton, June 7, 1810. 

Erastos, d. Apl. 1821; wid. Rebecca, d. Apl. 12, 1819. 

Wid. HuLDAH, d. June 4, 1785, a. 73. Frederick, d. Nor. 1829. Pamela, 
d. Oct. 14, 1825, a. 21. Joel, d. Apl. 11, 1811, a. 84. 

From Col. Rec. — Hannah, m. Jonas Westover, Nov. 19, 1663. Daniel, 
son of Daniel, d. Mch. 1684-5. Joseph, d. Jan. 6, 1673, a. 23 yr. 

Miscellaneous. — Esther, b. Mch. 1, 1695-6; Daniel, d. Mch. 1684-5. Ann, 
b. Mch. 20, 1718. 

GUNN, p. 651, 1. 9. Col. Rec. appear to give date of Elizabeth's b. as 1649. 
She d. Jan. 3. 1655. Deborah, was bap. on date given. 

HAKES, p. 651, 1. 13, John, son of John, was b. Aug. 10. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 651, 1. 19, for Aug. 12, 1659, Col. Rec. give Sept. 29, 1657. 

HALL, p. 651, 1. 20, Timothy, m. Sarah Barber, Nov. 26, 1663, and had 
Sarah, b. Aug. 9, 1665. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 651, Daniel's wife had a child, bap. Jan. 1, 1775; he had a child, bap. 
Nov. 16, 1777. (E. W. C. R.) 

HALLIDAY, p. 651, insert Jonah, m. Mary Rowel, Nov. 21, 1781. 

HALSEY, p. 651, James, m. Keziah Ellsworth, Oct. 10, 1811; Helen T., 
m. James Buckit, Oct. 12, 1836. (W. C. R.) Philip (1. 27), had Philip, bap. 
July 6, 1783, and James L., bap. Sept. 2, 1787. (W. C. R.) 

HAMLIN, p. 651, Harper, m. Mary Fox, Feb. 25, 1779. 

HASKELL, p. 652, 1. 27, (Hon.) Eli B.,i d. in Toledo, 0., Aug. 20, 1861» 
in S3d yr.; John, m. Polly Allen, Dec. 7, 1808. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

HAWKES, p. 653, evidently same as Hakes, p. 651. 

HAWKINS, p. 653, 1. 4, Isabel, wife of Anthony, d. July 12, 1655. (Col. 
Rec.) 

HAYDEN, p. 653, 1. 33, William's (th^ emigrant) wife, d. July 17, 1655. 
(Col. Rec.) 

P. 654, 1. 31, for 1637, read 1737. 

P. 654, 1. 34, according to N. S. R., Anna, m. Daniel Dibble of Farmington, 
Nov. 17, 1768. 

P. 654, last 1., for 1837, read 1737. 

P. 655, 1. 15, the date 1741-2 here, is an obvious error. 

P. 655, 1. 29, Thomas,i6 was m. Nov. 19, 1767. (N. S. R.) 

P. 655, L 31, Chester, d. Sept. 17, 1777. (N. S. R.) 

P. 656, 1. 1, for Jltumia, read Almira. (N. S. R.) 

P. 656, 1. 20, for Nathan, read (according to N. S. R.) Nathaniel. 

P. 657, 1. 6, Norman, bap. Aug. 13, 1786; Arabella, bap. Dec. 28, 1793, 
(W. C. R.); Sidney Prior, bap. 1797. 



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P. 657, 1. 6, N. S. R. says, " Rosanna, dau. of Ebenezer, Jr., and Rosanna, 
bap. July, 1784." 

P, 657, line 7, Elvira was bap. May 1, 1791. 

P. 657, 1. 10, the following large and valuable addition to the Hayden 
genealogy is owing to the zealous labor of Mrs. Matthew Patterson cf 
Dansville, N. Y., and the cooperation of D. Williams Patterson of W. 
Winsted, Conn. The arrangement is our own. 

David,29 of Newington, not Harwinton, m. Jemima (dau. of William, see 
p. 600. 1. 18,) Ellsworth, and d. near Angehca, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1813 She d. 
at Painted Post, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1828, a. (85, according to her gravestone, but 
really) 86. ■ 

Davidbi (see 1. 23, p. 660, Hist, and Gental. of Windsor, Ci!.),had children: 

I. William Ellsworth, b. June 3, 1799, m. Eunice Jacobs, moved to Wis- 
consin. Mrs. Wm. E. Hayden, d. Aug. 3, 1839, had (1) Eliza, b. at Post Town, 
N. Y., Nov. 11, 1800, m. Elijah Dickson of Erie, N. Y., 1823 ; issue, Gleason 
Fillmore, Millard Fillmore, Susannah, Elizabeth, Minerva, Angelica, Barnett 
Hayden; Edward, George White, Ann Eliza, deceased. This family live in 
Pulaski, Mich., whither they removed from Williamsville, N. Y. (2) Nancy, 
b. Aug. 7, 1802, m. Joseph Rice of Angehca, N. Y., removed to Chester, Ohio, 
where she d. 1839. (3) Sophia. (4) Perry. (5) Walker. (6) Jemima. 

II. Matilda Ann, b. Feb. 18, 1805, m. Lyman Hitchcock, 1840, in Paines- 
ville, Ohio, mechanic, no issue. Mrs. H. was the first white child b. on 
Church's Purchase, near Angelica, N. Y. 

III. Lyman Munson, b. Apl. 9, 1807, d. near Dansville village, 1838, of 
quick consumption ; was a millwright, unmarried. 

IV. Olive, b. Sept. 28, 1809, m. Dr. Stephen Matthews of Painted Post, 
now lives at Candor, N. Y. No issue. 

V. David Napoleon, b. Aug. 15, 1810, m. Miss Rice of Angelica, 1831, had 
one child, removed to Iowa, on the Desmoines river, 1832. 

Jemima (incorrectly given in the Hist, as /erws/ia) , b. Feb. 25, 1764, m. 
at Newington, Ct., Apl. 10, 1785, Ichabod Patterson, b. 1763 [son of Ephraim 
and Sarah (Chandler) Patterson.] They lived a year or two at Newington ; 
removed to New Lebanon, Columbia co., N. Y., where they lived till 1790, 
then removed to Painted Post, N. Y., where he d. Aug. 1796, nged 33 years. 
She was the third white woman in that new town ; she reached there at 
evening, while her mother-in-law, the second in town, reached there in the 
morning of the same day. Mrs. Calkins, the pioneer white woman, had 
then lived there nearly a year. Ichabod Patterson kept the first tavern at 
Painted Post (several years before Benjamin Patterson opened his, as noticed 
in French's N. Y. Gazetteer, p. 624, foot note 7), which she continued to keep 
some three years after his death (according to her son Matthew Patterson), 
when she m. 2d, Nehemiah Hubbell, from New Lebanon, N. Y. (prob. a 
native of Weston, Ct.), who d. at Knoxville (in the town of Corning), June 



76 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

21, 1835, a. 70 yrs., 2 mo., 14 days. She d. at Bath, N. Y. (buried at Knox- 
ville). May 27, 1842, a. 78 yrs., 3 mo., 2 days. Children: 

I. Matthew (Patterson), b. New Lebanon, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1788; m. Feb. 
12, 1815, Rebecca, dau. of Robert and Sarah (Green) Irwin ; he was a 
merchant at Northumberland, Pa., from 1812 to 1821, when he settU'd in 
Dansville, N. Y., where he lias since resided, engaged in lumbering and 
agriculture; had (1) Harriet, b. Northumberland, Pa., Dec. 28, 1815; m. Oct. 
1, 1850, James Galbraith, of Glenairn, Co. Antrim, Ireland, son of Patrick 
and Elizabeth (Mcllvane) Galbraith. He is a physician, removed in 1857 to 
West Unity, Fulton co., Ohio ; is a member of Co. G, 68th Ohio Volunteers; 
issue, James Matthew Patterson, b. Groveland, N. Y., June 23, 1852; Alex- 
ander Hunter (twin), b. Sept. 7, 1853, d. a. 9 mo.; George Green (twin), b. 

Sept. 7, 1853, d. ; Rowley Patterson, b. South Dansville, N. Y., Sept. 

16, d. Sept. 21, 1855 ; (2) Robert Irwin, b. Northumberland, Aug. 6, 1817; 
m. May 1, 1850, Harriet (dau of Robert and Martha) Land of Corning, N. Y.; 
live at Sparta, N. Y. ; issue, Chauncey Land, b. Corning, N. Y., Mch. 8, 
1851 (made a wonderful Sam Patch leap, down Patterson Falls, near Sparta, 
N. Y., in 1855); Helen Adelaide, b Sparta, N. Y , July 17, 1854 ; Elizabeth 
Peat, b. Sparta, N. Y., Sept. 19, 1862 ; (3) George Green, b. Northumber- 
land, Pa., Dec. 8, 1819, d. Sept. 18, 1822; (4) George Rowley, b. Dansville, 
N. Y., Sept. 26, 1822, d. Feb. 8, 1824 ; (5) Jonathan Rowley, b. Dansville, N. 
Y., Jan. 11, 1826 ; resides with his father 4 miles south of Dansville, N. Y., a 
farmer, unmarried. 

II. Harriet (Patterson), twin, b. Painted Post, Aug. 14, 1796 (after the 
death of her father), m. Dr. Robert Hoyt, and d. at Painted Post, Aug. 12, 
1830 ; issue, (1) Jane, d. in Philadelphia, unmarried ; (2) Harriet, m. Charles 
Campbell, a lawyer of Bath, N. Y., and d. leaving 2 children ; (3) Patterson, 
resided in Philadelphia, and after the death of his sister Jane, removed to 
Virginia; (4) Ichabod, d. before his mother; (5) Robert, d. before his 
mother. 

III. Jemima (Patterson) twin, b. at P. P., Aug. 14, 1796, m. Bath, N. Y., 
Aug. 29, 1817, John McBurney, b. near Bath, Pa., Aug. 29, 1796, son of 
Thomas and Mary (Mulhollon) McBurney. She d. P. P., Feb. 8, 1831. He 
has represented his county in the New York legislature ; has, since her 
death, been three times m., and has several children by the 2d and 3d wives ; 
issue, (1) Mary, b. P. P., Sept. 2, 1818, m. 1837, Charles K. (son of Robert) 
Miller of Big Flats, N. Y., she d. P. P., Oct. 20, 1838, leaving one child, 
Mary .Jane, b. Oct., 1838, who now lives in Aurora, 111; (2) James, b. P. P., 
Sept 4, 1820, m. Lucy Briant, lives at Ottawa, III.; issue, John, James, 
Thomas, and twins, name, unknown to compiler ; (3) Thomas, b. P. P., Aug. 
22, d. Oct. 9, 1822 ; (4) John, b. P. P., Apl. 25, 1824, d. Feb. 19, 1827 ; (5) 
Jemima, b. P. P., Aug. 3, 1826 m. John Dodge, lives at Harbor Creek, Erie 
CO., Pa.; issue, Edward, John, Thomas, Charles ; (6) Sarah, b. P. P., Sept. 
3, 1828, d. Feb. 8. 1830. 



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IV. Philo P. (Hubbell) resides at Winona, Minnesota. 

V. Hon. William Spring (Hubbell), b. 1801, m. Maria McCall of Painted 

Post, N. Y.; is a banker at Bath, N. Y., has Mary, m. Halleck, and has 

one child, Edward ; Fanny, m. Mr. Waterbury of Avoca, N. Y.; William. 

Peletiah^^ (see 1. 24, p. 6G0, Hist, and Gcneal. of Windsor, Ct.). 

Lyman, when a young man, lived with his sister, Mrs. Jemima Patterson, 
and tended the Patterson Mill ; d. 8 days after his father ; was a major, and 
filled offices of trust in his neighborhood ; m. Betsey Fairchild. He lived 
at Angelica, N. Y., bis farm, on the Genesee river, adjoining that of his 
father. He left a son Frank, b. 8 days after his father's death, and seems 
to have also left a son Nathaniel. 

Abijah, had Manly Lord, Miles Lester, Almira. These all lived in Pompey, 
N. Y., and with their families moved to Michigan. 

Oliver«3 (1. 28, p. 660, Hist, and Geneal. Windsor, Ct.), was an intelligent 
and well educated man, a school teacher; m. Abigail Cleaveland of Wyalusing, 
Pa., and had two children, William and Henry H.,- enlisted in war of 1812, 
was not heard from for two years, and his wife m. again. On returning and 
finding his " claim jumped," he left the country, changed his name, and 
m. a second wife. One of his sons by his second m. had his name changed 
to Hayden, by act of legislature. 

Olive, m. Robert Bonham of Northumberland, Pa., was then a merchant, 
but bought a farm on the Coshocton river, 6 miles above P. P. where he lived 
and d.; his wife d. at P P., July 10, 1821. They had, 

I. Elizabeth, b. July 13, 180.3, m. Enos Smith, Campbelltown, N. Y., Sept. 
22, 1830, and had 6 children, all of whom d. young, but one, Olive B., who 
was b. June 20, 1843, at Big Flats, N. Y., and d. May 3, 184."), at Caton, 
N. Y. 

II. Jemima Hayden, b. at Painted Post, N. Y., July 14, 1805; unmarried. 

III. William, b. June 3, 1807, m. Eliza Cook, Feb. 16, 1841 ; issue (1) 
Joseph Boyd, b. Feb. 26, 1842 ; (2) Gertrude E. b. Oct. 5, 1843 ; (3) Van 
Wye, b. Apl. 4, 1852. 

IV. David Hayden, b. Aug. 17, 1810, m. at Big Flats, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1842, 
to Sarah G. Reynolds; issue, (1) Frances Matilda, b. July 28, 1844; (2) 
Eloisia Margaret, b. May 16, 1847. 

V. Charles, m. Mary B. Goodwin, Sept. 18, 1835; he d. Jan. 26, 1859; 
issue, (1) Martha E , b. Dec. 18, 1839 ; (2) Robert T., b. Oct. 10, 1841, now a 
volunteer in the Union army ; (3) Delphine, b. July 12, 1843, d. May 12, 
1859 ; (4) John Charles, b. Aug. 1, 1846. ' 

Sarah, b. at P. P., Dec. 27, 1815, m. George Cook of Campbelltown; have 
dau. Regina, b. about 1840. 

George, m. Lovisa Sharp; she d. leaving 4 children; he lives at Addison, 
N. Y. 

Mary, b. 1820, m. Melwin Fanton of Conn.; are now both dead. They 



78 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

had, (1) Edmund B., b. Oct. 5, 1840; (2) Charles B., b. May 14, 1849 ; (3) 
Manfred G., b. July 21, 1851. 

P. 657, 1. 11, for Jerusha, read Jemima. 

P. 657, 1. 40, AnsoxV B.,36 m. on 16th Feb. 1815. 

P. 657, 1. 42, Isaac," was m. Dec. 6, 1809. (W. C. P..) 

P. 657, 1. 43, Juliette was bap. July 9, 1815. (W. C. R.) 

P. 658, 1. second from bottom, date of Nathaniel L., m. Oct. 24, 1808. 
(W. C. R.) 

P. 659, 1. 11, according to W. C. R., Hezekiah,''^ m. Hannah Hayden, 
Dec. 7, 1801 : on same authority his dan. Fanny was bap., as Frances Henry ; 
Alanson, was bap. Dec. 15, 1805, and Hezekiah, bap. Oct. 6, 1804. 

P. 661, 1. 40, George P.,^^ m. Frances A. Loomis, Dec. 30, 1840. (W. 
C. R.) 

Capt. Nathaniel's wife Ann, d. Jan 16, 17^61. (N. S. R.) 

Melinda, m. Levi Joy of Amherst, Mass., Dec. 29, 1829 : Mindwell, m. 
Joseph Kent of Suffield, Jan. 8, 1799 ; Alethina, m. Norman Griswold of 
Norwich, Oct. 16, 1822 (W. C. R.) ; Scsan Ann, m. .James H. Wells of H., 
Feb. 26, 1840. (W. C. R.) 

Daniel's wife Elizabeth, d. Feb. 17, 1761. (N. S. R.) Elizabeth, bad 
Pascal, bap. Jan. 1805. (E. W. C. R.) 

HEART, Elisha, d. Aug. 15, 1683. (Col. Rec.) 

HIGLEY, p. 664, 1. 3, Hannah, b. in 1677, is recorded as dead in 1680. 
(Col. Rec.) 

P. 664, 1. 7, Nathan, had also children, bap. Sept. 13, 1767 ; Feb. 
11, 1770 ; Dec. 18, 1774; Nov. 23, 1777. (E. W. C. R.) 

P. 664, 1. 9, Elijah, m. Anne ; his son Elijah, d. Oct. 17, 1776. 

(N. S. R.) Anna, d. Oct. 30, 1776. (N. S. R.) Chloe, bnp. Jan. 22, 1775, 
d. Oct. 19, 1776. (N. S. R.) Elijah 2d, bap. May 11, 1777. Oliver, bap. 
Sept. 19, 1779. 

Nathan, Jr., had Nathan AUyn and Sally, bap. Mch. 30, 1794, , Feb. 

23, 1797 ; , July, 8, 1798 ; Wil , Nov. 1, 1801. (E. W. C. R.) 

Horace, had Horace, bap. Jan. 4, 1795 ; ■-, May 14, 1797; Peter, May 

30, 1802. (E. W. C. R.) 

Aroda, had Job Loomis, bap. Mch. 28, 1802; Hiram, bap. Sept. 30, 1804. 
(E. W. C. R.) 

Olive, d. Nov. 1819. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Matthew (E. W.), m. Hannah Allyn, Nov. 11, 1790. (N. S. R.) 

Job, m. Dorcas Eggleston, May 9, 1792. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

HILLIER, p. 664, 1. 34, John's wife was jlnn, who afterwards m., Dec. 9, 
1656, John Fitch of Hartford. John Hillier, d. July 16, 1655. In inventory 
of John's estate, July 24, the ages of the other children are thus stated : John, 
a. 18 yrs. ; Mary, a. 15 yrs. and 9 m. ; Timothy, a. 13 yrs., 17 wks. ; Andrew, 
9 yrs. 4th of next month; Simon, 7 yrs. 25th of next month. (Col. Rec.) 
Add to this family the name of Abigail, b. Aug. 21, 1654. 



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P. 664, 1. 38, James, son of James, b. 1678, d. Apl. 27, 1679. 

P. 664, 1. 39, John had a dau., d. July 25, 1680, also Elinor Elizabeth, b. 
, and d. Dec. 23, 1682. (Col. Rec.) 

HILLS, p. 664, LucKETiA, m. Sam. Jabez Vernon, Sept. 11, 1816. (W. 
C. R.) 

Stephen, son of wid. of Stephen, d. Sept. 29, 1741, a. about 4. (Wby. 
Ch. Rec.) 

Jll the foUswing from E. W. C. R. — John (prob. same as on 1. 27, p. 664), 
had Norman, bap. May 22, 1763; and children, bap. Dec. 1, 1765 ; Apl. 3, 
1768; June 6, 1773. Wid. Hills, had a child bap. June 22, 1777. 

Oliver, had Anna, bap. Mch. 10, 1765; , Feb. 23, 1766. 

HINSDALE, p. 664-5, insert, Rev. Theodore, m. Ann Bissell, July 14, 1768. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) Had Ann, bap. Apl. 23, 1769 ; Lucy, bap. Jan. 6, 1771 ; 
Theodore, bap. Nov. 17, 1772; Josiah Bissell, bap. Nov. 20, 1774; James, 
bap. Oct. 27, 1776, d. Sept. 17, 1777; Levi, bap. Jan. 14, 1781; Almira, 
bap. Dec. 13, 1782 ; Daniel, bap. May 1, 1785 ; Horatio, bap. Dec. 16, 1787; 
William, bap. Apl. 24, 1790. (jill the fore going from N. S. R.) 

HITCHCOCK, p. 665, Caleb, Jr., m. Electa Foot, Jan. 15, 1797, had •; 

Samuel Foot and Electa Amelia, bap. May 18, 1800, d. Mch. 2, 1805, a. 5 ; Abi- 
gail, m. Levi Dudley of Berlin, Dec. 23, 1802; Eliza Abby, bap. Aug. 30, \ 
1801, d. 1802; Eliza, bap. Aug. 28, 1803 ; Mary, bap. Sept. 9, 1810, d. Aug. • 
1, 1829 ; Electa, bap. May 8, 1814; Julia Ann, bap. Apl. 12, 1818, d. Apl. '• 
17, 1818; Gaylord, bap. June 4, 1820. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 665, 1. 7, Stephen, b. 1767, d. July 3, 1775, in 8th yr.; Eleanor, b. 1770, 
d. Jan. 20, 1819 ; wid. Deborah, d. Jan. 24, 1809, a. 98; Eleanor, d. Dec. 
31, 1827, a. 86; Dea. Caleb (prob. same as Doctor), d. July 11, 1818, a. 81. 

HODGE, John, p. 665, 1. 5, also had Thomas, b. Feb. 13, 1668 ; Mary, b. 
Feb. 15, 1670; Henry, b. Aug. 19, 1676; William, b. April 10, 1678. (Col. 
Rec.) 

P. 665, insert, Susannah, a member of church in Windsor, had Susannah, 
Abigail and Samuel, bap. in Middletown, Sept. 18, 1692. (Steam's Mem.) 
- HOLCOMB, p. 666, Elijah, m. Mary Smith, Feb. 13, 1785 ; Mary, m. Henry 
Moshier, Sept. 4, 1834. (W. C. R.) 

Miscellanea and Addenda, p. 840, 1. 19, the statement here made relative 
to the death of Hezekiah's wife, is pronounced incorrect by our friend, Henry 
Bright, Esq. of Northampton, Mass., who furnishes the following from his 
own original memoranda, copied from her gravestone in Scotland burying 
ground, Simsbury, viz : "Mrs. Chloe Holcomb, wife of Hezekiah Holcomb, 
and dau. of Capt. Abraham and Elizabeth Pinuey, d. January 20, 1787, a. 
37yrs." 

Also the following inscriptions : " Hezekiah Holcomb, Esq., d. Nov. 8, 
1820, a. 70," and " Capt. Hfzekiah Holcomb, d. July 17, 1794, a. 69." 

He also adds his opinion " that the name should be spelled with a final e. 



80 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Burke, in his Armory, and in liis Landed Gentry of England, etc., etc., 
spells the name almost uniformly with a final e ,• in one place he spells the 
name Hokombe or Holtcombe, and remarks in a note, " Holtcombe is com- 
pounded of Holt, a Saxon word signifying woody, and cum, or, as written in 
Devonshire, combe, a valley between two hills." The W. Holcombes, coming 
from the west of England, would naturally have i-etained the final e, and 
there are some families of the name in the Southern States which so spell it. 

P. 665, 1. 18, Abigail, was bap. in Jan. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 665, 1. 22, for Sept. 15, read Sept. 13. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 665, 1. 27, for 1687, read 1681. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 665, U 30, Nathaniel" and Mary Bliss, m. Feb. 27. (Col. Rec.) 

Joseph, m. Olive Marshall, Jan. 15, 1787. Jabez of Poq., m. Anne 
Hosmer of Hartland, Nov. 27, 1805. 

HOLLIBUT, p. 666, insert. Dr. Josiah, had Abigail, bap. Mch. 26, 1748. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

HOLMAN, p. 667, add John, had Henry, bap. Aug. 20, 1815. (E. W. 
C. R.) 

HOOKER, p. 667, 1. 13, Dolly G.,m. Charles Beebe Strong, June 22, 1814, 
and Mart Chaffee, m. James C. Maguffin of N. Y., Feb 4, 1818. 

Horace, m. Elizabeth Filer, Aug. 2, 1/69, and had Mary Elizabeth and 
Hannah, bap. Nov. 20, 1774 ; also Nathaniel, bap. June 18, 1775 ; Ann, bap. 
Apl. 5, 1778 ; Samuel Fowler, bap. Feb. 13, 1780 ; Eunice, bap. Dec. 13, 
1782; Harry, bap. Oct. 15, 1785. 

HOSFORD, p. 667, 1. 21, John, d. Aug. 7, 1683. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 667, 1. 27, strike out " or Marcy." (Col. Rec.) 

P. 667, 1. 29, for Sept. 28, read 23. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 668, 1. 2, Samuel,2 had Mary, b. Feb. 15, 1690-1. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 668, Daniel, m. Abigail Welch, Oct. 4, 1769. (N. S. R.) 

HOSKINS, p. 668, 1. 18, Col. Rec. supply the date of John's burial. May 
5, 1648. Anthony ,3 b. 1664, d. July 9, 1747. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 668, I. 26, for 1772, read 1672. A Thomas, son of Anthony, d. Apl. 
13, 1666. 

P. 668, 1. 27, for Jan, 27, read 29. 

The wid. Hoskins, d. Mch. 6, 1662; Thomas, m. Elizabeth Birge, widow, 
Apl. 20, 1653. The wid. Elizabeth (prob. this one), d. Dec. 22, 1675; John, 
son of (this prob.) Thomas, was b. May 29, 1654. Jll above from Col. Rec. 

P. 669, I. 1, Zebulon,6 ^ ^pl. 21, 1813; his son Zebulon, b. 1728, d. Aug. 
27, 1768. 

P. 669, 1. 4, Alexander, m. Mindwell , who d. Oct. 17, 1751, a. per. 

40 ; the same Alexander, also lost a child about 10 d. old, on Jan. 29, 1742. 
His son, Alexander, b. 1739, d. Mch. 15, 1773. 

P. 669, 1. 11, Pure, d. Nov. 13, 1781. 

P. 669, 1. 13, for June, read May. 



SUPPLEMENT. 81 

EzEKiEL (prob. the sou of Johu, 1. 28), and wife Elizabeth had Esther, bap. 
Oct. 19, 1776 ; Elizabeth, bap. Oct. 25, 1778; Sarah, bap. Mch. 28, 1781; 
Eli, bap. May 1, 1785 ; Silas, bap. 1787. (N. S. R.) 
Augustus, m. Electa Palmer, Dec. 4, 1814. (W. C. R.) 

Thankful of Wby., d. April 23, 1753. (R. MSS.) 

Lydia, d. Mch. 22, 1761. (N. S. R.) Jonathan, d. Jan. 20, 1761. (N. 
S. R.) Wid. Elizabeth, d. Jan. 1777, " worn out with age." (N. S, R. ) 
Catharine, d. Nov. 8, 1776. (N. S. R.) 

P. 669, I. 31, Daniel, m. Abigail Welch, Oct. 4, 1769. (N. S. R.) 

The following from Wby. Ch. Rec. — Alexander, m. Martha Parsons, Feb. 
13, 1752. 

Alexander, Jr., m. wid. Mary Drake, Feb. 14, 1765. 

Timothy, m. Rhoda Gillett, Apl. 30, 1772, had Timothy, bap. Dec. 25, 

1774; Alexander, bap. Nov. 2, 1777; Joab, bap. Jan. 2, 1780; , bap. 

Aug. 25, 1782 ; Rhoda, bap. Aug. 29, 1784. 

Joseph,^ p. 669, 1. 8, had also Joseph, bap. Feb. 25, 1738 ; Benjamin, bap, 
June 15, 1740, and Eli.sha, bap. Dec. 22, 1745. 

P. 669, 1. 9, for Alfred, read Mson. 

P. 669, 1. 10 Abel,io had also Abiah, bap. Nov. 23, 1777. 

Eli, p. 669, 1. 27 and 1. 37, whose wife d. June 22, 1818, had Eli, bap. 
Jan. 31, 1773 ; Matty, bap. Aug. 14, 1774 ; Kezia, bap. Nov. 10, 1776, d. 
Sept. 6, 1777; Kezia, bap. Jan. 31, 1779 ; David, bap. June 3, 1781 ; Alethea, 
bap. Aug, 29, 1784 ; George, bap. July 1,1787; Chloe and Clara, bap. Sept. 
21, 1788 ; Augustus, bap. Oct. 17, 1790 ; , bap. Nov. 2, 1793. 

Thomas, p. 669, 1. 32, m. April 23, 1760; had also Mary, bap. June 29, 1766; 
Ruth, bap. Mch. 13, 1768; Lucy, bap. Apl. 18, 1773, d. Oct. 18, 1775 ; Moses, 
bap. Oct. 15, d. Oct. 20, 1775 ; John, bap. Feb. 11, 1770; John, had Faircina, bap. 
Feb. 16, 1755 ; John, Jr., had Jerusha, bap. Dec. 7, 1755 ; George, bap. Feb. 13, 
1758; Increase, m. Martha Persons, Mch. 20, 1779 ; he d. Apl. 1824 ; had Mol- 
ly, bap. and d. Oct. 7, 1777; Molly, bap. July 11, 1779 ; Nabbe, bap. 1786 ; 
Gordon, bap. 1783 ; "ye wid. Hoskins," had Mary and Jemima, bap. Apl. 8, 
1759 ; Hannah, had Abigail, bap. July 28, 1771 ; wid. Mary, m. Capt. Reuben 
Loomis, Nov. 23, 1777 ; Chloe, m. Thomas Dyer, Sept. 27, 1807; Hitty, m. 
Roderic Adams of Onondaga, Oct. 11, 1807; Olive, m. Joseph Allen of 
Hartford, Nov. 7, 1820; George, m. Lovicia Parsons, June 3, 1811 ; Johu 3d 
(p. 669, 1. 37), for June, read July; Zebulon, d. Mch. 10, 1776, in 80 yr.; 
Zebulon, d. Feb. 21, 1826, a. 38 ; John, d. May 5, 1777, in 64 yr.; Thankful, 
d. Apl. 23, 1753, a. about 42; Henry, d. at Philadelphia, Aug. 22, 1796, a. 
about 20 ; Betty, d. Mch. 7, 1813, a. 87 ; wid. Martha, d. May 31, 1803, 
a. nearly 99; wid. Hannah, d. Dec. 2, 1751, a. about 84. 

The following curious advertisement appeared in 1767, in the columns of the 
Conn. Courant : 

" Zebulon Hoskins of Windsor, hereby informs the publick, that for the 
space of four years, lie was greviously aiiiicted with the Gravel, to such a 
11 



82 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

degree as to cause him to make water a hmiclred times in 24 hours, butcould 
void but very little at a time, sometimes but a few drops, attended with the 
most distressing pain, and, after the use of many things to no benefit, he was 
accidently informed by a travelling gehtleman, that a tea made of rushes, 
viz : such as the women scowr their pails with, had been found by experience 
to be a sovereign remedy for that disease ; he, therefore, immediately ap- 
plied the medicine, and it had the desired effect — he drank plentifully of it, 
made it his constant drink, and in about eight or ten days his pain abated, 
and he voided abundance of gravel. He kept on in the use of it for about 
two months, when he found he was perfectly cured, and has remained well 
now for about two years, except when once he wet himself and took a great 
cold, w^hich brought on the disease again, but the same medicine removed it 
immediately." 

HOSMER, p. 670, 1. 1, Joseph, had children, bap. Dec, 1781 ; Dec. 20, 
1789 ; Mch. 19, 1797. 
P. 670, 1. 2, Peospee, had Marcus, bap. Nov. 8, 1801. 
P. 670, 1. 4, Thaddeus, was bap. Apl. 1, 1792. 

P. 670, 1. 5, HoEACE, bap. Sept. 21, 1794; Miriam, bap. Oct. 6, 1799. (E. 
W. C. R.) 

HOWARD, p. 670, 1. 21, Nathaniel, had Nathaniel, tap. June 30, 1776. 
(N, S. R.) 

P. 671. {Col. Rec.) Lydia, d. May 4, 1676. (Col. Rec.) Samuel, was 
bap. Aug. 9, 1778. (E. W. C. R.) ' 

HOYT, p. 671, 1. 23, for " he d., read " she d.;" Nicholas, d. July 7, 1655. 
P. 671, 1. 26, for May 1, read May 7. 
P. 671, 1. 28, Daniel d. in yr. 1655. (Col. Rec.) 

HUBBARD, p. 671, 1. 2d from bottom of page, John, Jr.,i had also Timo- 
thy, bap. Doc. 16, 1750, and is the rightful father of all the children accred- 
ited (on p. 672) to Nathaniel,^ from Agnes to Oliver, inclusive ; he (John^) d. 
Nov. 24, 1760. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 672, 1. 1, Nathaniel,^ being thus despoiled of half his family, deserves 
the credit of Sarah, bap. Aug. 22, 1762, and Dothesius, bap. Sept. 30, 1764. 
He (NathanieP) is prob. the one who d. Nov. 16, 1773, in 50 yr. (W. C. R.) 
P. 672, 1. 6, AsA^ whose wife d. Nov. 2, 1823, a. 67, had Mitty (prob. the 
"short" of Submit, her mother's name), bap. Feb. 16, 1777 ; Asa, bap. Jan. 
3, 1779, d. Mch. 15, 1786; Benoni,bap. Oct. 17, 1784; Augustus, bap. Jan. 
29, 1785 ; Asa, bap. Apl. 30, 1787 ; Hannah, bap. Aug. 22, 1788 ; Julianna 
and Alethea, bap. May 4, 1800 •, Susannah Hosmer, bap. June 29, 1800. 

Nathaniel, Jr. (prob. son of Nathaniel-), m. Dolly Cole of Hartford, Nov. 
28, 1770; " Dorothy, wife of Nathaniel," d. Jan. 19, 1820, a. t'6 ; Nathaniel, 
b. Jan. 31, 1773; he d. Mch. 14, 1774; Nathaniel, bap. Apl. 30, 1775; 
Thede, bap. Aug. 24, 1777; Dolly, bap. Sept. 24, 1780; Frederick, bap. 
Aug. 17, 1783; Chloe, bap. June 24, 1792. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Dothesius (prob. son of NathanieP), had Dose (Dothesius?), bap. Sept. 21, 



SUPPLEMENT. 83 

1788 ; Nathau, bap. Oct. 10, 1790 ; Alvin, bap. Feb. 19, 1792 ; Orrin, bap. 
Oct. 13, 1793. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Q'lMOTHY (prob. son of John), ni. Sarah Gillett, June 18, 1772, who d. May 
31, 1811, a. 58 ; he d. Oct. 15, 1824, a. 74, and had Sarah, bap. Oct. 18, 1772, 
d. Oct. 6, 1795; Timothy, bap. Aug. 21, 1774; Hannah, bap. Dec. 1, 
1776; Eleanor, bap. Mch. 21, 1779 ; Roger, bap. Aug. 17, 1783; Erastus,bap. 
June, 1787. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

John (prob. son of John^), m. Susannah Mills, June 15, 1775, and had John, 
bap. Apl. 21, 1776 ; Joab, bap. Jan. 18, 1778. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Nathan (prob. son of Dothesius), m. Orinda Colton, May 10, 1819. He 
d. June 22, 1826, a. 38 ; Orinda Pamelia, Oct. 8, 1820 ; Emily, Susan Jane, 
and James, bap. June 16, 1822 ; Nathan Edwards, bap. Aug. 10, 1823 . 
Samuel, bap. June 18, 1826. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Alvin (son of Dothesius), had Louisa, bap. Nov. 13, 1814; Drusilla, bap. 
Sept. 21, 1817 ; Mary Cornelia, bap. Aug. 13, 1820 ; Louisa, bap. Apl. 24, 
1825 ; Harriet, bap. June 27, 1830. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Oliver (poss. son of Johiji), had Silva, bap. Sept. 28, 1788; Wealthy, 
bap. Aug. 11, 1793; Flavia, bap. May 4, 1794; Oliver Kellogg, bap. June, 
1796 ; John Flavel, bap. June 24, 1798 ; Thomas Jeflferson, bap. June 10, 
1804 ; Simeon Edwards, bap. Aug. 10, 1806 ; Anna Sophia, bap. July S, 
1808. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Levi, m. Juliana Smith, Apl. 23, 1818, had Levi Smith, bap. June 27, 
1819 ; John Newton and Samuel Newell, bap. July 1, 1821 ; Juliana Matilda, 
bap. July 6, 1823. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Bishop, who d. Aug. 24, 1823, a. 43, had Sarah Maria, bap. July 29, 1821. 

John, m. Mabel Barnard of Simsbury, Nov. 14, 1803 ; Joab, m. Ruth. 
Brown, Dec. 2, 1804; Nathaniel, Jr., m. Sarah Hubbard, Aug. 27, 1828; 
Agnes, m. Ebenr. Center of W. Hartford, Mch. 17, 1768 ; Rachel, m, Dan. 
Olmstead of Simsbury, Nov. 24, 1774. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Dolly, m. John F. Waters, Nov. 26, 1800; Rachel, m. Wm. Crosby of 
W. Hartford, Apl. 4, 1802; Maria, m. Edward Francis, Nov. 18,1823; Anna 
Sophia, m. Edward Medcalf of E. Hartford, Mch. 25, 1824; Emily, m. Levi 
Hough of Glastonbury, Oct. 18, 1830. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Agnes, dau. of Lt. John, d. Apl. 11, 1773, a. 88 ; Orkin, d. June 29, 1811, 
a. 18 ; Theodore, son of Nathaniel, Jr., d. Aug. 2, 1812, a. 7; Theodore, d. July 
22, 1800, a. 23 ; Asa, Jr., d. July 16, 1808, a. 19 ; John's wife, d. Nov. 27, 1806, 
a. 49 ; Francis, d. Qct. 15, 1815, a. 2 ; Sdsan, d. Sept. 20, 1824, a. 15 ; Sally 
(Mrs.) d. Mch. 26, 1828, a. 51; John, d. Sept 11, 1830, a. 9. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

HUIT, p. 672, line 22, Rev. Ephraim's wife's name was Isabel ; so ment. in 
a record of land purchased by Henry Clarke, Esq., where she is spoken of as 
wid. of Rev. Ephraim deceased. His dau. Lydia, m. Joseph Smith of Hart- 
ford, April 10, 1656. (Col. Rec.) 

HULL, p. 672, 1. 42, for Sarah, b. Aug. 9, read b. Apl. 9. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

HUMPHREY, p. 673, 1. 15, Susanna, bap. Jan. 12, 1752. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 



84 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

P. 673, 1. 17, for 1736, read 1756. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Noah, had Sarah, hap. Oct. 2, 1743; .Jonathan, Jr., had Jonathan, bap. 
Oct. 2, 1743; Lyman, had Trumbull Lyman, Chloe, bap. May 21, 1815; 
George, bap. Aug. 25, 1816; Hector F., bap. June 21, 1818; Mary Ann, 

bap. June 18, 1820; , bap. Oct. 6,1822; Laura Maria, bap. April 25, 

1824; Cordelia, bap. Oct. 28, 1827; Henry and Henrietta, bap. July 12, 
18«9. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Thomas, d. at Sheffield, April 13, 1768, a. about 57 ; wid. Abigail, d. Sept. 
2, 1775, a, about 62 ; Lot's son Tkdmbull, d. July 30, 1797, a. 2^ ; Asa's 
wife, d. March 26, 1826 ; Mrs. Chloe, d. May 5, 1829, a. 62. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Mahala, m. Stephen Fosbury of Simsbury, June 28, 1802. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 674, 1. 12, for Luicus, read Lucius. 

HUNTINGDON, p. 674, Thomas went to Branford from W. It is sup- 
posed that three sons accompanied Margaret Huntingdon, then Mrs. Thomas 
Stoughton, from Roxbury or Dorchester to W. 

P. 674, 1. 19, Geo. W. Sward, read Seward. 

HURLBUT, Dr. Josiah, had Elizabeth, bap. April 4, 1748 ; Josiah, bap. 
Jan. 28, 1750; Ruth, bap. Feb. 23, 1752; Samuel, had Bildad, bap. June 
17, 1750, d. Oct. 21, 1754. (Wby. Ch. Rec ) 

HUTCHERSON, p. 675, d. June 11, 1743, a. about 11 yrs. (Wby. Ch. 
Rec.) 

JARNIELS, (Gerrils, .Jurrels, Garls) p. 675, insert Harden or Arden had 
children, bap. July 18, 1773; Dec. 21, 1777; April 22, 1781 ; Sept. 15, 1781. 
(E. W. C. R.) 

JOHNSON, p. 675, Hannah, was bap. Dec. 17, 1797. (E. W. C. R.) 

JONES, p. 675, Mart, d. No\'. 13, 1666. (Col. Rec.) 

KELLY, p. 675, Joseph, had Aaron, bap. Aug. 30, 1741. 

John (from Ireland), m. Loomis of Simsbury, June 8, 1766, had John, 

bap. June 21, 1767; Roger, bap. Nov. 19, 1775. (Wby. Ch. Rec ) 

KELSEY, William, Jr., m. Tryphena Allyn, Jan. 27, 1774; Oliver, m. Lydia 
Fish, both of W., Sept. 4, 1807 ; Zaccheus, d. May 26, 1818. (Wby. Ch. 
Rec.) 

KERR, p. 676, insert, William, had Moses, bap. Sept. 4, 1748. (Wby. Ch. 
Rec.) 

KING (all from E. W. C. R.), p. 676, 1. 21, Alexander, had children; bap. 
Feb. 24, 1782; .June 25, 1786; May 11, 1788; April 25, 1790 ; Anne, bap. 
April 28, 1793; Havi— , March 1, 1796 ; Cla— , July 2, 1799 ; B— , Sept. 8, 
1799 ; Theron, Dec. 6, 1801. 

P. 676, I. 28, Augustus, had children, bap. Nov. 9, 1788; Feb. 24, 1790 ; 
July 7, 1793 ; Laura, March 22, 1796. 

Timothy's wife (perhaps mother of above), d. May 20, 1785, in 50 yr. ; 
Timothy, son of Timothy, d. Sept. 8, 1760, a. about 32 mos. 

P. 676, L 25, Timothy, who d. 1765, was bap. Jan. 9, 1763 ; his parents 
were m. in 1753. 



SUPPLEMENT. 85 

Joel, had Eliza Verstille, bap. July 21, 1816 : Charlotte, bap. Nov. 23, 
1817; Mary, bap. June 5, 1824, and two children, bap. July 30, 1826. 

Wby. Ch. Rec. supply the following members of this family : Miriam, 
bap. Aug. 30, 1767 ; Nabby, bap. Jan. 31, 1773 ; Timothy, bap. Dec. 12, 
1775 ; Reuben, bap. March 7, 1779. 

George, m. Triphena Latimer, Aug. 13, 1776, and had George, bap. Jan. 12, 

1777 ; Triphena, bap. July 11, 1779; Sept. 16, 1781; Chesterfield, bap. 

Sept. 1787. 

Ekastds, had Moses, bap. Aug. 1, 1802; Sarah, m. Aaron Bates of Hart- 
land, Sept. 8, 1779 ; Abigail, m. Isaac Hunt of Sharon, March 31, 1793. 

KINGSLEY, p. 676, Nathan, had Nathan, bap. May 20, 1764. (E. W. 
C. R.) 

KIRTLAND, p. 676, insert, wid. Sakah (mother-in-law to Samuel Webster), 
d. Dec. 12, 1762, a. about 85. 

LADD, p. 677, 1. 15, Elisha, m. Chloe Barber, Nov. 8, 1785. 

LAMBERTON, p. 677, 1. IS, Obed, had also Mabel, bap. March 21, 1761 ; 
Moses, bap. Feb. 10, 1765 ; Elizabeth, who d. Sept. 21, 1777 ; Keziah, who 
d. Sept. 29, 1777 ; Nathaniel (1. 19), also d. same day as Keziah. (All fore- 
going from N. S. R.) From same we get the d. of Mehitable, wife of Obed 
Lamberton, May 27, 1790, a. 69 ; Obed, Jr., m. Ruth , and had Na- 
thaniel, bap. March 23, 1777; Samuel Taylor, bap. Aug. 1781. Elizur, m. 
Mary Winslow, April 29, 1811. 

LAMFIRE, p. 677, Rachel, was bap. Dec. 17, 1797 (E. W. C. R.); prob. 
the same who d. Nov, 17, 1828, a. 36. 

LANE, p. 677, David, had Lucy, bap. Feb. 15, 1773. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

LATTEMORE, p. 677, Chauncet, m. Polly Newring, Feb. 16, 1815; 
Geokge, m. Hannah Loomis, April 3, 1783; John, m. Dorcas Skinner, Dec. 
1780 ; Jacob, m. Mary Mather, Dec. 17, 1795 ; Hannah, m. Jeremiah Wood- 
ford, April 2, 1807; Levi, m. Rebecca Filley, June 1, 1791. 

LAWRENCE, p. 677, Amos, whose wife Sarah, d. June 8, 1794, had first child 
Amos, bap. March 12, 1752. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Elihu — , bap. Jan. 14, 1759, and dau. Eunice, d. April 27, 1760, a. about 
15 mo.; his wife Eunice, d. Nov. 20, 1760, a. about 30 yrs. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Sarah, d. Oct. 10, 1778, a. about 18 y^s. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 677, Bezaleel, had also Mary, bap. March 31, 1765; Ebenezer Whet- 
more, bap. Oct. 25, 1766 ; Nabbe, bap. Nov. 19, 1769 ; Bille, bap. Oct. 1771; 
Jacob, bap. Dec. 29, 1772; Aholiab, had Elihu, bap. Aug. 29, 1789. (Wby. 
Ch. Rec.) 

Elihu (prob. son of Aholiab above), had Lucretia, Elihu, Hector, d. Jan. 
21, 1817, a. 23 ; Abiram, bap. June 16, 1822 ; Mary Maria, bap. April 24, 1825 ; 
Clarissa, bap. July 16, 1826. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Levi, d. April 13, 1810, a. 41, had Nancy, Maria, Eliza, bap. Nov. 17, 
1799; Leicester Filley, bap. Oct. 12, 1800; Emily Susan, July 2, 1809 ; he 
lost a dau., d. May 28, 1806, a 4. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 



86 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Ebenezek, m. Eunice Hoskins, Jan. [), 17(56; had Eunice, bap. Feb. 16, 
1767; Ebenezer, bap. Jan. 22, 1769; Alexander, bap. Jan. 27, 1771 ; Eunice 
and Ebenezer, bap. July 27, 180U; Orrin, bap. Aug. 23, d. Nov. 6, 1801; 
Eliezer Curtis, bap. July 15, 1810; Herman, bap. July 4, 1813, d. Aug. 11, 
1814, a. liyrs. ; Anson Herman, bap. April 28, 1816; Ebenezer's "youngest 
child," d. April 14, 1812. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Hezekiah, m. Tryphena Gillett, Jan. 26, 1758, had Tryphena, bap. Jan. 
28, 1759; Hezekiah, bap. June 28, 1761: Wealthyann, bap. May 27, 1764; 
Ruth, bap. Feb. 1, 1767; Levi, bap. July 23, 1769 ; Rockee, bap. Aug. 16, 
1772 ; Elihu, bap. May 7, 1775, d. Sept. 17, 1776. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Hezekiah, Jr., had Rebecca, Clara, Hezekiah, Elihu, bap. Sept. 28, 1788; 
Laura, bap. Oct. 1790 ; John Thrall, Mahala, Mary Ann, bap. Sept. 21, 1800; 
Parmela, bap. Oct. 21, 1804. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

ELinu, had Edward M., bap. Aug. 31, 1783; Elisha, had John and Submit, 
Prudence, Comfort and Lucina, grown children, bap. June 15, 1766. (W. C. R.) 

Hezekiah 3d,m. Bede Butler, Dec. 25, 1808 ; Clakissa, m. Henry Shepard, 
Dec. 4, 1806; Laura, m. Augustus Shepard, Nov. 23, 1809; Eunice, m. 
Silas Corel of Glastenbury, June 18, 1807; Mahala, m. Roger Rowley of 
Bennington, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1829; Eliza, m. Luther Pratt of Granby, Aug. 
30, 1820 ; John J., m. Abigail M. Shepard of Farmington, Nov. 25, 1819. 

Stephen, Jr.'s child Molle, d. May 21, 1773 ; Elisha, d. Jan. 24, 1779, in 
65; Sakah, dau. of Bezaleel, d. Oct. 16, 1783, iu 30; Ldcina, d. March, 
1784, iu 19; Bezaleel, d. May 29, 1786; wid. Abigail, d. 1810, a. 90; 
Abigail (dau. of John), d. Feb. 18, 1828, a. 67 ; John, d. Oct. 8, 1828, a. 32; 
MiNDWELL, wife of Hezekiah, d. June 20, 1820 ; Hezekiah, d. April 29, 1818, 
a. 82. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

LEE, p. 677, 1, 31, Oliver, m. Abigail Roe, Oct. 4, 1769; Oliver's death 
must have occurred before May 14, 1778, at which time his son Oliver is bap., 
as son of Abigail Lee, " widdow." (N. S. R.) 

LEWIS, p. 677, John, m. Hannah Drake, March 11, 1779. 

P. 677, 1. 34, John, who d. 1713, m. Mary (dau. of Michael Humphrey) at 
Hartford, June 16, 1675, and his son John, b. 1675, d. May 10, 1676 ; Joseph, 
m. Elizabeth Case, April 30, 1674. (Col. Rec.) 

LOOMIS, p. 678, 1. 22, David, b. 1665, d. June 24, same year. (Col Rec. ) 

P. 678, 1. 26, Mart Chauncet, 2d wife of Joseph, Jr.,2 d. April 22, 1631. 

P. 678, 1. 33, Mart Judd, was of Farmington. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 678, 1. 34, for 1655, read 1655-56. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 678, 1 35, Hannah, was b. Feb. 23, not 20. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 678, 1. 36, Elizabeth, b. Jan. 21. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 678, 1. 42, Nathaniel,* m. 1st, Nov. 24, 1653 ; his second wife was 
dau. of Josias Ellsworth. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 679, 1. 39, for March 19, 1684, read 1685. 

P. 679, 1. 39, JosEPH,i3 m. 1, Lydia (dau. of John) Drake, April 10, 1681. 



SUPPLEMENT. 87 

(Col, Rec.) The same authority gives his son Caleb, "of Joseph, of Joseph," 
d. March 5, 1686-7. 

P. 680, 1. 39, Abraham,^^ settled in Torrington, where his wife Isabel, and 
their daus. Jerusha and Isabel, joined the church July 17, 1754. Their son 
Abraham, Jr., and wife, owned cov. in T. church, Dec. 25, 1757. Their 
son, Epaphras and wife, did the same, June 6, 1756 ; Epaphras, d. at Win- 
chester, Sept. 10, 1812, a. SO ; his wife Mary, d. at W., Feb. 12, 1813, a. 78. 

P. 680, 1. 14, for 1682, read 1683. (Col. Rec.) 

p. 681, 1. 4, Ichabod,'^* and his wife Esther, joined the church in Torring- 
ton, July 17, 1754, but did not long remain there. Ichabod, Jr., settled 
there, and many descendants now live in W. Winsted, Ct. 

P. 681, 1. 5, Lucy, Elijah and Abigail, given as children of Ichabod,^ prob. 
belong, rightfully, to some other Ichabod (see note in this Supplement on 1, 
1, p. 685) ; and Elijah's death, mentioned in same line, belongs to some 
other Elijah. 

P. 681, 1. 7, Elijah, was bap. Nov. 18, 1753, in Torrington church. Ichabod 
(same line), m. Jan. 29, 1766, in Winchester, Mindwell Lewis, both owned 
cov. in T. church, March 1, 1767, and descendants lived in Winchester. 

P. 681, 1. 17, Aaron,^- and wife joined Ton-, church. May 6, 1744, and also 
at same time, Aaron, Mindwell and Esther, their children. Aaron, Jr. m, 

Hannah , who joined T. church, March 30, 1746 ; Moses, m. Sarah 

, and both owned cov. in Torrington, June 6, 1756 ; Abner, m. Sarah 

, and both owned cov. in T. church, Oct. 23, 1757 ; Ephkaim, owned cov. 

in T. church, Aug. 6, 1758. Above, from 1. 3, furnished by D. W. Patterson 
of W. Winsted. 

P, 682, 1. 10, Justin, according to W. C. R., should be Justus. 

P. 682, 1. 11, Oliver," had children, bap. March 20, 1768 ; March 5, 1769; 
July 28, 1771 ; May 4, 1777 ; April 16, 1780 ; March, 1782. (E. W. C. R.) 

P. 682, 1. 14, OziAs,« had Odiah, bap. Dec. 7, 1783. (W. C. R.) OaiAs,« 
m. Sarah Roberts (b. 1747, and d. Aug. 10, 1820), and had children, Sarah, b. 
and d. March 5, 1773 ; Sarah, b. Dec. 20, 1775, d. May 10, 1790 ; James,i b. Oct. 
24, 1779 ; Odiah,^ b. Sept. 24, 1783 ; Ozias, b. Oct. 31, 1788, d. Sept. 10, 1793. 

James,^ m. March 7, 1805, Abigail Sherwood (dau. of Dr. Hezekiah Chaffee 
of Windsor, Ct., by his wife Charlotte Bradley of Greenfield Hill, Ct.), b. 
April 24, 1787, and had children, Abigail Sherwood, b. Nov. 28, d. Dec. 30, 
1805 ; James Chaffee,^ b. April 29, 1807 ; Hezekiah Bradley,* b. Feb. 27, 
1809 ; Samuel Odiah, b. April 19, 1811, m. June 2, 1847, Charlotte (dau. of 
Alfred) Bliss of Windsor, Ct., and d. July 18, 1855; Osbert Burr, b. July 30, 
1813, m. Dec. 19, 1843, Jeannette Hart (dau. of Rev. Dr.) Jarvis of Middle- 
town, Ct., lives in New York city ; Abigail Sarah, b. Sept. 23, 1815, m. Heze- 
kiah Sydney (son of Levi) Hayden of Windsor, Ct., Aug. 9, 1848 ; John 
Mason,^ b. Jan. 5, 1825; Col. James, the father of this family, d. May 11, 1862. 

Odiah,2 m. Harriet Allyu, Sept. 16, 1807, and d. Oct. 14, 1831. Children : 
Dr. William Ozias, b. July 21, 1808, d. Feb. 1, 1836; Eli Odiah, b. Dec. 14, 



88 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

1809, d. May 9, 1842; Edgar,^ b. Feb. 14, 1812; Sarah Jerusha, b. March 
12, 1814, d. April 22, 1832 ; Harriet Emily, b. June 14, 1818, m. Dr. J. P. 
Jewett of Lowell, Mass., has four children: Charles Henry, b. Jan. 17, 1820. 
d. Nov. 10, 1848 ; Thomas Warham,' b. March 1, 1827. 

James Chaffee,3 m. 1, May 1, 1833, Eliza Cesarine (dau. of J. S.) Mitchell of 
New Haven, Ct., who d. March 24, 1840 ; he m. 2, April 24, 1844, Mary Beach 
(dau, of Ira) Shermau of Bridgeport, Ct., where he now lives. Children by 
1st wife : James Mitchell, b. March 24, 1836, d. Dec. 16, 1841 ; by 2d wife, 
James Sherman, b. May 8, 1846 ; Mary Sherman, b. March 17, 1848, d. 
March 5, 1855. 

Hezekiah Bradley,* now of New York city, m., Aug. 13, 1835, Caroline 
Elizabeth (dau. of Luther) Loomis, of Suffield, Ct., who d. April 23, 1844 
He m. 2, Sept. 9, 1849, Euphemia (dau. of Dr. James) Anderson of New York 
city. Children: Luther, Jr., b. Sept. 18, 1836, d. July 7, 1843-, Elizabeth 
Leavitt, b. Sept. 20, 1843, d. Feb. 2, 1844. 

John Mason,^ now of Chicago, 111., m., Aug. 20, 1849, Mary Jane Hunt of 
Sherburn, N. Y. Child: Mary Hunt, b. June 16, 1855, d. Jan. 5, 1861. 

Edgar,^ m. Harriet (dau. of Nathaniel) Smitli, Torringford, Ct., and had 
William Edgar, and Charles. 

Thomas Warham,' m. Mary .lane (dau. of Allen) Cook of Poq. in Windsor, 
Nov. 17, 1858, had Allen Cook, b. Nov. 21, 1860. The foregoing records 
furnished by Osbert B. Loomis, Esq., of New York city. 

P. 682, 1. 19, Warham, son of John, Jr.,« had John, bap. Dec. 9, 1792; 
Mary, bap. July 10, 1796. 

Ml the following from E. W. C. R.—Lvke^^ (E. W.), p. 682, 1. 21, had a 
2d dau. Anne, bap. July 14, 1765. His son Simeon, had Luke, bap. March 
2, 1794; Charles, bap. Jan. 29, 1797; Robert C, bap. March 30, 1806; 
William, bap. July 30, 1809 ; Eliza Ann, bap. Oct. 9, 1811; Julia, bap. May 

7, 1815. His son Russell, had Eli, bap. April 22, 1792 ; , Sept. 8, 1793; 

Anne, Nov. 16, 1794; Russell, July 17, 1796 ; , Sept. 23, 1798 ; Eliza, 

June 8, 1800; Lorena, June 21, 1801; Us—, Jan. 9, 1803; , June 10, 

1804 ; Mary, Jan. 1806 ; Francis, March 27, 1808 ; Jo—, Aug. 16, 1809. 

P. 682, 1. 26, Dea. Amasa,*^ has been badly treated, and I am surprised to 
jSnd how many people are interested in him, and anxious for the preservation 
of his fair fame. I've received letters from Wisconsin to Connecticut relative 
to Dea. Amasa. and will now endeavor to straighten out some of the kinks. 

1st. All the children from Amasa, b. 1785, to Betsyvilla, b. 1805, inclusive, 
belong not to the Deacon, but to his son Amasa (1. 25), b. in 1763. Having 
taken so much of the load off the Deacon's back, we proceed to remark 

2d. That a principal cause of the confusion is probably in the fact that the 
wife of the second Amasa was also a Priscilla Birge This fact may clear away 
the seeming defamation which rests upon Dea. Amasa" of having a child b. 
while he was a widower. Amasa, b. 1785, grad. Y. C, 1807. For Belsyvilla, 
read Betsyrilla. 



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P. 682,1. 29, Eliakim (prob. Eliakim.^s 1. 22), Wby. d. March 29, 1753. 
(R. MSS.) 

• P. 682, 1. 32, Chauncey, son of Amasa,« had Juliet, bap. March 27, 1808; 
Harriet, bap. June 25, 1809 ; Olive Elmer, bap. Nov. 10, 1811. 

Mr A. S. Kellogg says there was a third Amasa, -who with his wife (name 
unknown) joined the church in No. Bolton, Jan. 26, 1783. The church 
record shows two children, bap. there — Nancy, bap. Feb. 9, 1783 (named on 
page 682, line 33, as b. July 10, 1782), and Samuel, bap. Sept. 26, 1784. 

Gershom (prob. son of Amasa'*''), had children, bap. Aug. 3, 1806; Jan. 

14, 1810. (E. W. C. R.) 

P. 683, 1. 32, Elijah, had Sylvester, bap. April 15, 1787, d. Jan. 14, 1797. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 683, 1. 35, Eliphalet, m. Theodosia Clark, March 28, 1749, and had 
also Israel, bap. Oct. 8, 1758, d. Nov. 3, 1759 ; Lizzie, bap. March 8, 1761. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) For Theisdamia, read Thedean, prob. Theodosia. 

P. 683, 1. 37, Gideon, d. May 7, 1802, a. 67. 

Giles (prob. the one ment. on 1. 15, p. 684), had children, bap. Dec. 23, 
1781; May 23, 1784, and June 20, 1734; Feb. 25, 1786; Horace, bap. Feb. 

15, 1789 ; Harry, bap. June 26, 1791 ; Sally, bap. April 7, 1793. (E. W. C. R.) 
P. 684, 1. 24, Josepu, Jr., d. Sept. 5, 1739. His wid. Mary, d. Sept. 12, 

1740. 

P. 685, 1. 1, Mr. D. W. Patterson of W. Winsted, Ct., informs me that he 
has been informed by one of this Reuben's descendants, that he (Reuben) was 
son of Ichabod, who was son of Timothy, and his being m. in 1742, would in- 
dicate his birth as early as 1720, Mr. P.'s theory, therefore, is that Ichabod, 
b. 1692, m., and had Ichabod, who m. 1738, and had this Reuben and possi- 
bly one or two more before Lucy, b. 1727. See 1. 5, p. 681, and note of 
correction on same, on page 87 of this Supplement. This (Capt.) Reuben's 
2d wife Rebecca, d. Jan. 11, 1775, a. about 55; he d. Oct. 12, 1801, a. 82. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 685, 1. 38, Roman W., had Lucretia Barber, bap. Nov. 6, 1836, (W. 
C. R.) 

Odiah, m. Harriet Allyn, Sept. 16, 1807, and had William Ozias, bap. Dec. 
11, 1809 (W. C. R.); and Eh Odiah, bap. June 17, 1810; Edgar, bap. July 
20, 1812 ; Sarah Jerusha, bap. Oct. 9, 1814. (W. C. R.) 

Artuuk, had Laura, bap. Nov. 21, 1813. (W. C, R.) 

Job (prob. Job, b. 1743, 1. 13, p. 684), had Simeon, bap. April 22, 1798 ; 
James, bap. 22 June, 1800 ; Willard, bap. Oct. 21, 1805 ; Simeon, bap. Dec, 
20,1807; Harris Allyn, bap. Oct. 20, 1811 ; 'Lester, bap. Sept. 14,1815. 
(All above from W. C. R.) 

Gilbert and wife Abigail N,, had Mary Jane, bap. May 6, i853. 

Elihu, m. Rhoda Phelps, May 6, 1813; Harriet E., m. J. R. Jewett of 
Lowell, Mass., May 26, 1841 (W. C. R.) ; Melinda, m. Abial King of Suffield, 
May 12, 1841. (W. C. R.) 
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90 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Jdstcs (prob. the same as on 1. 2, p, 682), had children, bap. July 29, 
1770 ; Sept. 13, 1772; June 4, 1775. (E. W. C. R.) 

Gideon (prob. the same as oul. 37 and 39, p. 6S3),had children, bap. Aug. 
2, 1772. This Gideon was prob. the same as one on line 43, same page. 

Simon (poss. Simeon), had Simon Lorenzi, bap. March 11, 1792. (E. W. 
C. R.) 

LucT, had Lucy, bap. Nov. 4, 1764; Hannah, had child, bap. Oct. 29, 
1775 ; Naomi, had child, bap. Aug. 15, 1775. (E. W. C. R.) 

. The following from Wby. Ch. Rec. — Samuel, m. Jerusha Filley, Dec. 13, 
1759, and had Jerusha, bap. May 25, 1760, Samuel, bap. Aug. 23, 1761. 

Samuel (of Windsor), had Zedekiah, bap. Nov, 10, 1766; David, bap. 
Feb. 26, 1771. 

Stephen, Jr., m. Mary Mumford, June 13, 1765 ; had Andrew, bap. July 13, 
1766; Kesiah, bap. Nov. 15, 1767; Molly, bap. March 22,1772; Molle, bap. 
March 27, 1774; Ralph, bap, April 7, 1776; Elven, bap. Oct. 25, 1778; 

Heman, bap. April 24, 1780; Russell, bap. May, 1780; , bap. Aug. 31, 

1783. 

Jacob, m. Diademia Hubbard, Aug. 15, 1771, and had Diademia, bap. Jan. 
12, 1772 ; .Jacob, bap. Oct. 31, 1773 ; Becky, bap. Jan, 12, 1777. 

Elijah (p. 683), m. Abigail Gillet, May 10, 1778, had Clarissa and Erastus, 
bap. Nov. 3, 1799 ; Abigail and Eunice, bap, Aug. 31, 1783 ; Aurelia, bap. 
July 10, 1785. 

Abijah, had Timothy, bap. June 22, 1787. 

Eliphalet (poss. one ment. 1. 35, p, 683), had Ann, bap. Oct. 22, d. 27, 
1750. 

Eliakim^s (see p. 681, 1. 22), who d. March 28, 1753, a. 52 yrs., 9 mos., 
had Mary, bap. May 3, 1747 ; Sarah, bap. Dec, 31, 1749. 

Abel (1. 25, p. 685), whose wife Eunice, d. Feb. 13, 1757, a. about 38, had 
Eunice, bap. July 25, 1742 ; Abel, bap. May 6, 1744; Ezon, bap. March 23, 
1746; Daniel, bap. Aug. 21, 1748; Elizabeth, bap. Jan. 27, 1751; Hezekiah, 
bap. Oct. 7, 1753. 

JoAB, had Susannah, Reuben, Harrison and Sarah Ann, bap. Nov, 18, 182], 

Geokge, had Eunice Aurelia, bap. July 4, 1813. 

Jacob, had Julianua, bap. May 5, 1799. 

Samuel, 1st Society Windsor, had David, bap. Aug. 5, 1764. 

Samuel, had Rus.sell, Jesse, George, bap. April 19, 1789. 

Joab, bap. Feb. 19, 1781, d. Aug. 9, 1783; Anna, bap. Aug. 29, 1784; 
•Jacob, bap. June, 1787. 

Timothy, m. Wealthy Ann Hubbard, May 2, 1811, and had Timothy 
Dwight, bap. May 31, 1812. 

Jedidiah, m. Sibel Case, Nov. 25, 1748; and had Sybil, bap. Dec. 3, 1749. 

Lucy, m. Robert Jbyner of Sheffield, March 3, 1757; wid. Theodosia, m. 
Simeon Judd of Hartford, June 20, 1771. 

Rebecca, m. Hez. Goodwin, Aug. 29, 1798 ; Nabby, m. Jonathan Hutch- 



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insoii of Granby, May 11, 1802; Clarissa, m. Romanta Woodford of Win- 
chester, Jan. 26, 1809 ; Charlotte M., m. Horace Daniels, Feb. 18, 1830. 

William, m. Densy Burr, Sept. 27, 1807. 

Abijah, Lad Huldah, bap. Aug. 25, 1782 ; Wealthy Ann, who d. April 17, 
1796, a. 8. 

Wid. Sarah, d. Aug. 3, 1794, a. 88 ; Ens. John, d. Sept. 6, 1765, in 77 ; 
wid. Looms (sister to Jno. and Isaac Brown), d. Jan. 6, 1766, a. about 60 ; 
wid. Abigail, d. April 13, 1793 ; inf. of Stephen, Jr., d. Feb. 10, 1785 ; 
Stephen, d. Oct. 30, 1794, in 78 ; David, d. Aug. 20, 1797, a. 78. Eliakim, 
d. April 15, 1802, in 66; wid. Gkace, d. April 2, 1803, in 82 ; wid. Makt, d. 
April 25, 1804, a. 73 ; Abijah, d. June 27, 1805, a. 49 ; wid. Mart, d. 
Nov. 13, 1806, a. 59; Pamelia, dau. of Hez., Jr., d. May 23, 1807, a. 3; 
Jacob, d. Jan. 13, 1826, a. 75 ; Hannah, d. June 25, 1823, a. 87 ; Jerusha, 
d. July 26, 1823 ; Dea. Elijah, d. May 10, 1820, a. 66 ; Lydia, d. Nov. 9, 
1818, a. 91. 

Moses, m. Nancy Loomis, May 5, 1834. (W. C. R.) " Left. Richard 
Burnham of Hartford, and ye widow Hannah Loomis of W., m. Oct. 15, 
1742."— rim. Loomis's MSS. Benjamin, m. Chloe Brown of E. W., May 18, 
1778, is prob. the father of George, b. Sept. 24, 1783 ; Jedediah, m. Martha 
Drake, May 18, 1783 ; Eleanor, m. Henry Wilson, Nov. 5, 1809 ; Horace, 
m. Lula Clark, April 22, 1800, and had Triphena, bap. (W. C. R.) May 21, 
1809 ; LovEL, m. Zuba Phelps, Feb. 20, 1793; Amelia, m. John Hills (E. W.), 
Feb. 8, 1815 : Benjamin, Jr., m Mary Gaylord, Feb. 21, 1805. 

William, had Fanny, bap. May 20, 1798 (W. C. R.); Sally, bap. April 20, 
1800 (W. C. R.); Samuel, had Harriet, bap. Sept. 11, 1796 (W. C. R.) ; 
Sarah, b. Dec. 11, 1733; Sampel, Jr., had Eleazer, Keziah and Sally, bap, 
Aug. 10, 1794 (W. C. R.) ; Hannah, wife of Gideon, d. May 3, 1817, a 77; see 
page 683; John, d. Nov. 30", 1732, his wife 1734; wid. Ruth, d. July 11, 
1767; Mary, d. Dec. 18, 1819, in 33d yr. (E. W. 0.) ; Eecle (?), of Moses 
and Eunice, d. Dec. 21, 1794, in 3.'i yr. 

P. 685, 1. 30, Henry, m. Ruth Bidwell, 1727; see p. 683 foot. 

" Joseph, son of Joseph," had Joseph, who d. March 19, 1682-3 ; Joseph, 
b. Oct. S, 1684; Caleb, who d. March 5, 1686-7; Martha, b. Oct. 31, 1690. 
(Col. Rec.) 

Josiah, had Josiah, b. Feb. 17, 1684. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 841, 1. 29, Addenda and Miscellanea, John, b. Jan. 30, 1782, d. July 16, 
1854. 

In Bennington, N. Y., Nov. 19th, 1862, Capt. Geo. Loomis, in his 75th 
year. Capt. Loomis was the last of the eight original settlers of the town of 
Bennington, who came from Windsor, Ct., in 1806. During the last war, he 
with his company of militia, was called out to assist in protecting our Cana- 
dian frontier. For more than thirty years, almost from its first commence- 
ment, he has been a subscriber to The Evangelist. He had been considered 
a consistent christian by all who knew him, for many years, but never made 



92 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

a public profession of religion till the autumn of 1857, when he, with nearly 
his whole family, united with the Baptist church. This had long been the 
church of his choice, yet he was no sectarian, but loved all christians wher- 
ever he met them. The unanimous testimony of neighbors and acquaint- 
ances is, " No one can say aught against him." And in view of his long and 
useful life, and peaceful death, all feel to say, " Mark the perfect man, and 
behold the upright, for the end of that man is peace." — N. Y. Evangelist. 

EzEKiEL, Sen., d. May 24, 1857, a. 42. (Wp. N.) 

LORD, Elisha, had Bidwell, bap. July 4, 1795. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 686, James, m. Rhoda Loomis, April, 1813; Elisha, m. Susannah Al- 
cott, Dec. 13, 1794, he d. Feb. 29, 1808, a. 59. (Why. Ch. Rec.) Theodosia 
(perhaps first wife), of Elisha, d. Sept. 19, 1793. 

LOTHROP, p. 687, insert Thaksher (Thatcher?), had children, bap. Jan. 
30, 1763; Jan. 20, 1765; Oct. 12, 1766; May 11, 1768 ; May 30, 1770. (E. 
W. C. R.) 

LUCAS, p. 687, insert Ichabod, m. Abigail Smith, Dec. 29, 1783. 

LYMAN, p. 691, insert Nathaniel, was bap. and had children bap. April 
1, 1792; Oct. 27, 1793 ; July 31, 1796 ; Backus, Oct. 6, 1799; William, Nov. 
8, 1801. (E. W. C. R.) 

McCLURE, p. 691, insert Rev. David, had children bap. Sept. 10, 1786; 
Nov. 16, 1788 ; Hannab Pomeroy, Aug. 28, 1791. (E. W. C. R.) 

MACK, p. 691, 1. 5, Andrew's wife's name was Sarah . 

McLEAN, Hector, m. Esther ChatFee, June 1, 1789 ; had Esther ChaflFee, 
bap. Sept. 3, 1797; Henry Augustus, bap. Oct. 6, 1799. (W. C. R.) 

Betsy Goodwin, d. Nov. 15, 1810, a. 23; Sarah, d. May 5, 1817, a. 70; 
John, d. Sept. 1822. 

Thomas, had Sally, bap. May 29, 1785. 

Lauchlan, m. Lucy Humphrey, April 11, 1762, and had Hector, bap. Dec. 
1762; Charles, bap. Oct. 20, 1765 ; Mariann, bap. March 27, 1768 ; Archibald, 
bap. April 28, 1771 ; James, bap. July 11, 1779 ; Lucy, bap. Aug. 31, 1783. 
(Why. Ch. Rec.) 

Neal, had child, d. July 6, 1772, a. about 14 days. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

John, had John, bap. June 16, 1776 ; William, bap. July 11, 1779 ; Betsy 
Goodwin, bap. Aug., 1787. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

Allyn, had inf., d. Oct. 27, 1795 ; Roderick, bap. Dec. 6, 1777. (Why. 
Ch. Rec.) 

MANLEY, p. 691, 1. 22, Ebenezer, d. in 1776. He m. Mary Gillet, Dec. 
24, 1762. His son Allyn was b. in 1766, and he also had dau. Permena, 
bap. March 6, 1774. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

George, had George, bap. April 8, 1753. This corrects line 32, page 691. 

Dea. William's first child, b. 1753, was named William; also had Mary, 
bap. Nov. 2, 1755 ; his wife Molly (prob. 2d wife), d. June, 1786. The 
month of Dea. William's marriage is given as Nov. by Wby. Ch. Rec. 

Mary, m. Jacob Merrils of W. Hartford, Feb. 17, 1765. 



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William's wife d. Dec. 1, 1802 ; William, d. July 22, 1805, a. about 30; 
William (prob. Dea.), and wife were adrn. to Wby. Ch., March 3, 1744-5, 
from Wethersfield. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 691, Erastus, m. Abigail Brown, Jan. 15, 1835. • (W. C. R.) 

Timothy, had child, bap. June 18, 1786. (E. W. C. R.) 

Pamela, m. Chester Rice of Sandisfield, Feb. 27, 1797. (Wby, Ch. Rec.) 

MANNING, p. 691, .John, m. Lydia Ilolcomb, Dec. 29, 1777. (Wby. Ch. 
Rec.) 

MANSFIELD, p. 691, 1. 33, John, m. 1683. (Col. Rec.) 

MARSH, p. 692, John, m. Sarah Strong, April, 1779. 

Nathaniel of Htfd., m. Naomi Barber, Feb. 20, 1795. 

MARSHALL, p. 692, 1676 (under autograph), read 1672. 

P. 692, 1. 47, for their generations, read three generations. 

P. 696,1. 13, Samuel's wife Joanna, d, March 13, 1783; he d. Nov. 7, 
1797. (Wby. Ch. Rec) 

Wid. Mary, had Reuben, bap. Aug. 2, 1778 ; Alexander, had Zerniah, 
bap. Aug. 2, 1778; Alexander, d. April 25, 1801, a. 54; Oliver, d. April 
18, 1804, a. 34; Wid. Lydia, d. Nov. 7, 1804, a. 53; Samuel, d. June 4, 
1813, a. 39. Col. Rec. say that MARY»(wid. of Capt. Samuel?) d. Aug. 25, 
1683. 

P. 697, 1. 1, Eliakim,!* m. Anne Palmer, Dec. 27, 1785 ; his son Warren, 
m. Elizabeth Wolcott, Sept. 26, 1811. 

P. 697, 1. 21, Capt. Elihu,i« m. March 7, 1793. 

P. 697, 1. 27, Samuel,i7 d. Aug. 14, 1800. He m. Sabra Mills, Jan, 12, 
1769. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 697, 1. 34, Calista, who m. Mr. Herron, has two children, Fred. M., 
Calista S. 

P. 697, 1. 38, Elisha G., now Captain 6th Infantry, U. S. A., and Colonel 
of the 13th N. Y. V., Army of the Potomac. Same line, for Josepha Toule, 
read Josepha Youle. 

Candace, m. Odiah L. Sheldon, Aug. 1, 1826. (W. C. R ) 

Samuel, s. of Samuel, m. Rebecca Newberry, June 22, 1675, (Col. 
Rec.) 

Edward W. m. Julia A. Haydon, Nov. 10, 1836. (W. C. R.) Alexander, 
had Lydia, bap. March 31, 1771. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) Geo. Loomis, Sarah and 
Noah, children of Josiah, bap. June 22, 1794, (W. C. R.) Wid. Lydia, 
had Ruth, bap. Nov. 1, 1801. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) Marion, m, Hiram Wells 
of West Hartford, July 22, 1824. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

MATHER, p. 699, 1, 21, for 1634, read 1635. 

P. 700, I. 23, Rev. Samuel,^ had also dau. Hannah, b. Sept. 1682, d. prob. 
in 1683. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 702, 1. 2, William (with his brother Samuel), was bap. Nov. 15, 1761. 
(N. S. R.) He d. Jan. 1, 1800. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 702, 1. 13, Allen, bap. April 4, 1773, (N. S. R.) 



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P. 702, 1. 14, add William, bap. Aug. 4, 1776. (N. S. R.) 

P. 702, 1. 15, Rev. Allyn,» grad. Y. C, 1771; ord. Feb. 3, 1773, at Fair 
Haven, Ct. 

P. 702, 1. 17, Alltn (prob. AUyn, Jr.), and Parthenia, had Edward, Mary, 
Samuel, d. June 10, 1830, a. 19. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) Julia, Harriet and Sarali, 
bap. Nov. 21, 1819. (VV. C. R.) 

P. 702, 1. 30, Epaphkas, Lad Henry, William, Charles, Caroline, bap. Aug. 
30, 1827 ; Lydia, bap. Sept. 12, 1831; Mary Ballantine, bap. Oct. 3], 1834 ; 
Sarah Jane, bap. Nov. 2, 1839. (W. C. R.) 

P. 702, 1. 20, Ellsworth, bap. May 10, 1783; (W. C. R.) Robert Treat, 
bap. June 25, 1786. (W. C. R.) 

P. 702, 1. 22, Jemima, bap. July 8, 1781. (W. C. R.) She m. ^Uyn Hyde, 
May 30, 1805. 

P. 702, 1. 23, Timothy Mather, M. D., m. Roxana Phelps, about 1784 or 
85. Children : Roxana, b. Oct. 14, 1786, d. Sept. 3, 1787 ; Timothy, b. June 
6, 1788, d. in 1792 or 93. After the Doctor's death, his wid., in 1802, m. 
Stephen Clarke, and removed to Litchfield, Ct., and had children, Roxana, 
William, Sarah. Mrs. Roxana (Mather) Clarke, d. 1857. Letter of Sarah 
Whiting of Litchfield, Ct., a descendant of Dr. blather's icid. 

P. 702, line 29, Elijah, Jr., m. Jerusha Roberts, Nov. 7, 1790; had Tal- 
cott, bap. Dec. 18, 1791 ; Timothy, bap. Oct. 28, 1793; Epraphras, bap. Nov. 
1, 1795 : Jerusha, bap. April 15, 1798, all from W. C. R. 

P. 702, 1. 30, Thaddeds, d. at Binghamton, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1854, a. 75. 

P. 702, 1. 33, William, bap. June 21, 1801. (W. C. R.) Elijah, bap. July 
3,1803. (W. C. R.) 

P. 702, 1. 34, Lydia Clark, bap. Sept. 22, 1805. (W. C. R.) 

P. 702, 1. 35, Allen, M.,!^ m. Parthagenia Huntingdon, Feb. 27, 1806. 

P. 702, 1. 37, Ellsworth,i« m. Laura Wolcott, July 30, 1807. 

P. 702, 1. 42, Timothy, bap. Feb. 15, 1769. (N. S. R.) 

AzARiAH, Jr., m. Charity Gibbs, and had Charity, bap. Aug. 13, 1788; 
Eunice, bap. May 1, 1791; Samuel Nathaniel, bap. May 19, 1793. 

RuHAMA, m. Joel Stevens of Pittsfield, Jan. 8, 1799 ; Timothy, m. Roxanna 
Phelps, Aug. 16, 1785. 

Elijah, m. Ruhama Roberts, Nov. 6, 1791. 

Timothy, s. of Timothy, bap. Nov. 25, 1788. (W. C. R.) A child of Cot- 
ton, d. April 15, 1761. (N. S. R.) 

Edward, s. of (Return ?) Strong, bap. Oct. 22, 1799. (W. C. R.) 

Elihu, had Meducy (Medusa ?), bap. Aug. 26, 1787. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

MATSON, John, p. 703, had Sarah, who d. July 19, 1756, a. about 21 ; 
Elizabeth, bap. Sept. 23, 1744, d. Feb. 14, 1771; David, bap. July 5, 1747; 
John, bap. June 18, 1769, d. Jan. 30, 1770; Moses, bap. Aug. 15, 1771, d. 
May 1, 1772. 

John, Jr. 's, v/'iie, d. July 5, 1765, a. about 22. 

Asa, had Lucretia, bap. April 10, 1763. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 



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MAUDSLEY, p. 703, 1. 6, Capt. John, m. Dec, 14, 1664; his dau. Maiy, b. 
1673, m. Isaac Phelps of Westfield, Dec. 17, 1690. (Col. Rec.) 

MAY, p. 703, Charles, b. Feb. 17, 1764, s. of Samuel and Mary (Pierce) 
May, m. Chloe Reed, Aug. 20, 178S; she d. suddenly, Jan. 26, 1795, a. 30 
yrs 29 days ; child, Chloe Reed, b. Nov. 1,5, 17S9, m. William Phelps, had 
Erasmus, dec; (Rev.) Winthrop, now of Hitchcockville, Ct. ; Charlotte, 
Marietta; Elizabeth Pierce, b. Jan. 1, 1792, m. Charles Loomis, now of South 
Windsor, Ct. ; May Huntingdon, h. Nov. 29, 1794, m. Simeon P. Haskell. 
E. W. C. R. give two others, viz., Ehnira W. and Charles Williams (prob. 
by 2d wife), bap. July 26, 1801. 

MAYBEE, p. 703, 1. 15, for buried, read died. (Col. Rec.) 

MEARS, p. 703, 1. 22, Seth, Avas bap. March 12, 1763 ; a child of John was 
bap. Sept. 20, 1767. (E. C. W. R.) 

Cyprian, had Anne, d. May, 1, 1777, in 15 mo.; Moses had Sarah, bap. 
Sept. 6, 1747 ; Rlioda, bap. Sept, 2, 1750. 

MERREL, p. 703, insert Jacob, m. Mary Manly, Feb. 17, 1755. (Why Ch. 
Rec.) 

MESSENGER, p. 703, Edward had Dorcas, b, Sept. 23, 1650, and De- 
liverance, bap. April 7, 1655, 

P. 703, 1. 28, Nathan, b. April 7; Rebecca, b, 1684-5. (Col. Rec.) 

MICHEL, p. 703, Mariann (prob. Mary Ann), bap. May 7, 1774, (E, W. C. 
R.) 

Silas of Hartland, m. Roxana Barber, Feb. 9, 1795, 

Rev. Wm. F., d. Feb. 5, 1818, a. 50, (Why, Ch. Rec.) 

MILLINGTON, p. 704, 1. 1, John, m. 1663. (Col. Rec.) 

MILLS, p. 704, 1. 14, Hist, of Windsor (in common with the Mills family 
sketch in the Memoirs of Rev. Wm. Robinson, and that in the Genealogical 
Sketches of West Simsbury hy AhiA Brown) is in error in relation to Peter 
Mills, the emigrant, called in an early record " Peter Miles the taylor." He 
could not conveniently have been born in 1666, as there stated, for he had a 
lot in Haddam before Nov, 30, 1669. It is not known that he ever lived in 
Haddam, but March 13, 1670, the town of Haddam voted to Thomas Shailler 
•'the lote that was Peter Milesis the douchemanes." {Had. Rec. Isi Book.) 
D. W Patterson of West Wiusted, Ct., who contributes the foregoing item 
also suggests that Dorcas was the first wife of his son Peter, Jr., and Ebene- 
zer and Return, wer^ sons of said Peter, Jr. Wby. Ch. Rec. mention a Peter 
who d. May 14, 1756, a. about 87, prob. this same Peter, Jr. 

From W. C. R. — Elijah, m. Huldah Drake, Nov. 6, 1783 ; had Oliver, bap, 
Jan. 20, 1788 ; Huldah, bap. Nov. 21, 1790; Samuel Webster, bap. April 20, 
1794. 

Elijah, prob. same as above, had Timothy, bap. July 10, 1803 ; Julia Ann 
bap. Nov. 17, 1805 ; Oliver Williams, bap. Aug. 29, 1796, (W, C. R.) 

Augustus, had children bap. Nov, 8, 1789 ; Nov. 10, 1792 ; April 3 1796 • 
Timothy, Feb. 24, 1799. (E, W, C, R.) 



96 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Augustus, of E. W., m. Anne Barber, Oct. 15, 1783 ; had Samuel, bap. 
April 25, 1784. 

Drusilla, m. Henry A, Marvin of Blooratield, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1817; Oliver 
W., m. Ann T. Phelps, Feb. 23, 182-'J ; Samuel, m. Candace AUyn, May 8, 
1823; IIuLDAH, m. Horace Turner of Hartford, Nov. 12, 1812; Alethea, m. 
Frederick Milb of New York, Dec. 4, 1806. 

Capt. RoswELL, had Augustus, bap. Feb. 20, 17G3 ; and children bap. April 
14,1765; March 22,1767; Aug. 6,1769; Sept. 6, 1771; Feb. 19,1775; 
March 23, 1777 ; Aug. 20, 1779. (E. W. C. R.) 

From Wby. Ch. Rec.—F. 704, 1. 36, Daniel,^ had also Anne, bap. Feb. 24, 
1740 ; Susanna, bap. Jan. 3, 1742. 

P. 705, 1. 3, Peletiah,* his sou Roger, bap June 4, 1749; d. Oct. 14, 1751; 
Martha, was bap. July 5, 1752; Eli, was bap. Nov. 4, 1753; Frederick, bap. 
Feb. 28, 1756 ; Susanna, bap. Oct. 2, 1757. 

Peletiah, Jr. (prob. the same), m. Lois Gillet, June 29, 1763 ; Lois, bap. 
July 1, 1764; Jesse, bap. March 2, 1766; Bildad, bap. July 10, 1768; Sarah, 
bap. Sept. 6, 1772. 

Elijah, m. Hannah, who d. Feb. 13, 1782, in 71 yr.; he d. Jau. 1, 1811, a. 
86. Children: Hannah, bap. Nov. 10, 1745 ; Lucina, bap. Oct. 7, 1750 ; Diadema, 
bap. July 1, 1753; Judith, bap. May 2, 1756; Nabbe, bap. Jan. 7, 1759 ; 
Elijah, bap. Sept. 20, 1761 ; Oliver, bap. June 19, 1765 ; d. a few days old ; 
Sarah, d. March 30, 176S; a. 7 mos.; Sarah, bap. Sept. 18, 1768. 

Capt. Roger, m. 1, Mary Webster, March 23, 1768 ; who d. Oct, 23, 1768, in 
24th yr.; and had Roger, bap. Oct. 16, 1768. He m. 2, Abigail Griswold of 
Poquonnoc, April 17, 1771. Children: Nabbe Griswold, bap. Nov. 10, 1771 ; 
Molle, bap. Dec. 5, 1773; Peletiah, bap. March 17, 1776; Elisha, bap. Nov. 
1778 ; George, bap. June 17, 1781 ; Rufus, bap. Aug. 31, 1783 ; Betsy, bap. 
Dec. 9, 1787; Drusilla, bap. June 10, 1790. 

Eli, m. Sarah Filley, Jan. 23, 1775; and had Eli, bap. July 9, 1775 ; Abial, 
bap. Jan 4, 1778 ; Sally, bap. June 3, 1781 ; Betsy, bap. Aug. 31, 1783. 

Samuel, m. Kezia Filley, March 13, 1766; had Kezia, bap. Feb. 16, 1767; 
Linda, bap. April 8, 1770. 

Mrs. Susanna, m. Mr. Joseph De Forest of Stratford, Aug. 18, 1757. 
Martha, m. James Barnett of Nine Partners, March 31, 1774. 
Peter, Esq., d. April 9, 1762. Wid. Martha, d. July 21, 1779, in 82d 
yr. Nabby, had Nabby, d. Feb. 21, 1781, a. 1^ yr. Peletiah, Esq., d. July 
1, 1786, in 63d yr. Wid. Hannah, d. Jan. 26, 1806, a. 89. Elihu's wife d. 
July 3, 1807, a. 44. Elihu's wife Huldah, d. June 18, 1808, a. 41. Elijah, 
d. Jan. 1, 1811, a. 86. Miriam, wife of Elihu, d. April 12, 1816, a. 43. 

MOORE, p. 705, Concerning the ancestor, Mr. W. B. Trask of Dorchester, 
Mass., makes the following queries, somewhat unanswerable, but worthy of 
consideration : " You infer that Dea Moore went to Windsor, with Mr. War- 
ham in the first immigration. Do you find his name on the records of Wind- 
sor, previous to Jan. 2, 1637 ? You state that Dea. John was deputy in 1643, 



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and in Matthew Grant's old church record is a list of those church members 
who " were so in Dorchester and came up here with Mr., [Warham] and still 
are of us." You have the name of " [Dea. MJoore," and " Uea. Moore's 
wife," in that list. Now can the John Moore of Dorchester, in '37, be the 
Dea. John of Windsor ? May it not have been that he either returned to 
Dorchester (if it was the same individual), and tarried a while, and, in 1643, 
or before settled permanently in Windsor? Or, that he went to Windsor a 
few years after the immigration of the church and pastor, and that Mr. Grant 
in his summary, years after that, put him' down among the early comers, as 
he might have been, if he had gone thither subsequent to the first immigra- 
tion. Or, this John Moore of Dorchester, 1637, may have been another in- 
dividual, if so, I should like to know what became of him. I have not had 
time to make an investigation as to whether he is mentioned on the records 
subsequent to '37." 

P 706, 1, 39, Taintoe, read Taintor, and for Bradford, read Branford. 

P. 707, 1. 12, E. W. C. R. gives following dates for Warham'sI^ family, 
Jan. 17, 1779; Nov. 5, 1780; Sept. 1, 1782; June 20, 1784; June 25, 1786; 
April, 1788; Feb. 21, 1790; Elizabeth, bap. Oct. 16, 1791 ; Jan. 5, 1794. 

P. 707, 1. 16, Capt. afterward Major Eli," has his family record filled out 
by the E. W. C. R., as follows : Peter was bap. Feb. 1, 1795 ; Anne, bap. 
Nov. 13, 1796; Sally, ditto; John, bap. March 9, 1800; Eli, bap. (after his 
father's death) July 19, 1801. 

P. 707, 1. 18, Edwakd, 3d,i3in. Wid. Ruth Parsons, Jan. 3], 1771. (Wby. 
Ch. Rec.) 

P. 707, 1. 20, Edwakd, was bap. Sept. 1, 1782 ; Roger, bap. Dec. 12, 1784. 
(W. C. R.) 

P. 708, 1. 21, Ann Maria, bap. Oct. 25, 1807. (W. C. R.) Minerva C, bap. 
June 4, 1809. (W. C. R.) 

P. 708, 1. 41, Han.vah, was bap. Nov. 20, 1796. (W. C. R.) 

P. 709, 1. 3, William's three first children were bap. Oct. 25, 1807, the 
eldest dau. by name of Esther Jane. (W. C. R.) 

Nathaniel, had child, bap. Sept. 2, 1776; Aug. 29, 1779; (his wife Lad 
child bap.) April 24, 1785; Oct. 14, 1787. (E. W, C. R.) 

P. 709, 1. 21, Andrew, m. Sarah, "yt was dau. of Samuel Phelps," Feb. 
15, 1671. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 709, 1. 28, Harlow, was m. May 4. (W. C. R.) 

Maria A., m. Wm. E. St. John, Oct. 30, 1833. (W. C. R.) Harriet, m. 
Henry Holman of E. W., Dec. 18, 1842. (W. C. R.). Elizabeth, m. Wm. 
G.' Morgan, Nov. 27, 1828. (W. C. R.) Philander, m. Sarah R. Holcomb, 
Dec. 28, 1791. Elizabeth, m. John May, July 6, 1797. Theophilus, m. 
Griswold, July 10, 1777. Julia (p. 709, 1. 4), m. Ferdinand M. Calk- 
ins of Harwinton, Oct. 20, 1836. (W. C. R.) 

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98 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

John, son of John, Jr., was b, June 26, 1665. (Col. Rec.) 

Anson, had Harriet, bap. Nov. 17, 1799. (W. C. R.) Olive, dau. of Abi- 
JAn, bap. April 15, 1781. 

From Why. Ch. Rec. — William of W., m. Lydia Case of Simsbury, Jan. 
25, 1803. Fannt, m. Henry £!pencer of Hartford, Nov. 23, 1815. Thomas, 
had Elisha, bap. Sept. 28, 1806. 

All from E. W. C. i?.— MORTON, p. 710, William, had a child bap. Jan. 9, 
1774 ; .John, had a child bap. June 28, 1778 ; Alexander (see line IS), had 
child bap. May 30, 1778 ; Horack, had a child bap. Oct. 5, 1828; Deodat[us] 
and child bap. May 10, 1778; another child bap. Jan. 11, 1789. 

" Abner M., got himself bap." Jan 16, 1780; his wife Eliza was bap. Dec. 
16, 1798, and children bap. March 25, 1781 ; March, 30, 1783 ; April 24, 1785 ; 
Aug. 20, 1786; Feb. 4, 1816. Zebulon, was bap. Oct. 14, 1798, also a child ; 
Horace bap. Oct. 6, 1799 

Andrew, d. May 28, 1752, a. about 79 yr. ; " had resided in Why. at Zebu- 
lon Hoskins' a few months." Joel's child, Olive, d. Oct. 11, 1792. (Why. 
Ch. Rec.) 

MOSES, p. 710, Martin, had Martin, Jabez, Herschel and Roxana, bap. 
July 6, 1800. (W. C. R.) 

P. 710, 1. 30, John, d. Oct. 14, 1683 : his son John, was b. July 15. (Col. 
Rec.) 

TnioTHY, m. 1, Sarah , who d. Sept. 12, 1751, a. about 38; m. 2, 

Sarah , who d. Nov. 19, 1759, in 51 yr.; m. 3, Elizabeth , of W. 

Simsbury, who d. Oct. 6, 1763, a. about 50 ; possibly a 4th wife, as " a wife 
of Timothy (Lieut.), d. March 19, 1786," her name as we learn from the 
list of admissions to the Why. Church, was Anne, and her previous residence 
New Milford ; had Zeruiah, bap. Nov. 9, 1740 ; Martin, bap. July 17, 1743; 
Kezia, bap. June 15, 1746 ; Dorcas, bap. Nov. 6, 1748; Lydia, bap. Aug. 11, 
1751. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

Martin, m. Lydia, and had Martin, bap. April 30, 1766 ; b. after his lather's 
death. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

Martha, aunt of Timothy above, d. July 9, 1764, a. about 56 ; Martin, d. 
Jan. 27, 1766, in 23 yr. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

MOSS, p. 710, insert Chester, had dau. Leverich, bap. Nov. 1782. (N. 
S. R.) 

MUNSELL, p. 711, Jacob, ^ was the son of Thomas Monsell of New Lon- 
don, Ct., mentioned in 1681; on a highway committee in 1683; had wife 
Lydia, and children Jacob, Elisha, Mary and Deliverance; d. 1712. In 1723, 
Jacob was of Windsor, and Elisha of Norwich. See Caulkins' Hist, of New 
London, pa.ge 358. 

P. 712, 1. 10, Joel, b. Aug. 3, according to Pres. Stiles. 

Edward B. m. Lucy Stevens, Oct. 19, 1834. (W. C. R.) 

Zacheus, m. Hannah Drake, May 4, 1768. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 712. 1. 26, Gl'RDon" and family .should be difl'erently located in the re- 



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cord. For interesting biography of this Gurdon, see Vermont Quarterly Ga- 
zetteer, I, 21. 

NASH, p. 719, 1. 5, for 1659, read 1659- GO. 

P. 719, 1. 7, for 1663, rend 1663-64. 

P. 719, 1. 11, Moses, b. 1696 ; d. Jan. 26, 1760, in 64 yr. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 719, 1. 16, Timothy, m. March 1, 1722. 

P. 719, 1. 23, for Tolland, read Windsor. 

P. 719, 1. 25, for Poalk, read Paulk. 

P. 719, 1. 28, insert the name of Stephen, b. April 13, 1762; d. Oct. 21, 
1776, and Timothy, b. March 19, 1764. (See Nash Genealogy.) 

Joseph, who d. March 22, 1771, a. about 35, m. Ann Skinner, March 
16,1758; had Joseph, bap. Feb. 18,1759; d. March 19, 1759 ; Anna, bap. 
June 13, 1762; Joseph, bap. March 16, 1760; Rebecca, bap. Jan. 28, 1765 ; 
Rivera, bap. April 12, 1767 ; Jemme, bap. July 22, 1770. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

John, had Mary, bap. Dec. 15, 1754; Moses, bap. March 20, 1757; John, 
bap. Aug. 27, 1758 ; John, d. Oct. 19, 1758, a. about 28. (Wby. Ch Rec.) 

NEARING, AsAHEL, m. Molly Loomis, Oct. 21, 1792, and had Polly, 
Ashbel, Henry, Maria, bap. Sept. 15, 1799; Heman Loomis, bap. May 11, 
1801 

AsAHEL H., m. Mary Ann Latimer, Oct. 19, 1820. 

NEWBERRY, p. 720, 1. 33, Capt. Benjamin was Major at time of his 
death. 

Benjamin (can this be B.,io p. 722 ?), m. Sarah Drake, Oct. 13, 1763. 

P. 721, 1. 2. Hannah, b. 1652, d. Sept. 21, 1663. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 721, 1. 7, for May, read March 

P. 721, 1. 8, Thomas, b. 1677, d. Feb. 10, 1680; another son Thomas 
seems to have been b. March 28, 1681. 

P. 721, 1. 32, for June 19, read June 29. 

P. 722, 1. 3, the family of Gen. Rogkk,^ receives the following addenda ct 
corrigenda, from family papers kindly loaned us by Mrs. Rhoda Simmons of 
Windsor, Ct. His first wife was the dau. of Alexander and Hannah AUyn 
of W. His second wife was the dau. of John ahd Eunice Ely of Springfield, 
Mass., b. Sept. 11, 1741. His first son Roger, d. Oct. 14th, in the same year 
he was b. His dau. Elizabeth, d. Sept. 27, 1766. His son Pericles, d. Nov. 
7, 1791, a, 21 yrs., 9 mos. 20 days. His dau. Fanny, was b. March 7, 1775 ; 
m. John Sargeant, June 26, 1799 ; he d, 23 Jan , 1829 ; she d. Dec. 12, 1851. 
His second dau. Elizabeth, was b. March 2, 1773. His second son, Roger, 
and dau. Eunice (twins) were b. Oct 7, 1779; Roger grad. at Y. C, and stu- 
died law, and Eunice d. at age of 19 yrs. His son Henry, was b. Jan. 27, 
1783, m. Elizabeth Strong, Oct. 7, 1803, and in 1824 moved to Ohio, and d. 
Dec. 2, 1854, a. 72 ; had the following children : Elizabeth, b. Oct. 28, 1804, 
m. Elisha N. Sill of W., removed to Cuyahoga Falls, 0., has Alfred and 
Ethelbert. Mary Strong, b. Sept. 13, 1808, d. Dec. 30, 1855 ; Fanny, b. 
April 4, 1810, m. Elisha N. Sill (husband of her deceased sister), and has 



100 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Elizabeth and Mary; Julia, b. April I, 1812, m. Ogden Wetmore, who d. 
young, and she afterward m. Henry Holbrook, and lives at Cuyahoga Falls, 

0.; Ahnira, b March 18, 1814, m. Fagle, has one son, lived at C. F., 

he d. young; Eunice, b. Sept. 18, 1815, m. Charles Sill, lives at Cuyahoga 
Falls, 0., has Henry, John and Sarah. His dau. Rhoda, was b, April 11, 
1786, m. Dr. Abel Simmons of Ashford, Ct. (who was b. Aug. 13, 1787), 
Sept. 8, 1812 ; he d. Nov. 23, 1818 Children : Eunice N., b. June 13, 1813, 
m. Anson Loomis, Oct. 26, 1836, and had Mary Elizabeth, b. April 11, 1842; 
Abel, b. Nov. 18, 1814, d. at Athens, Ga., Nov. 15, 1838. 

Following from Why. Cli. iJec— Thomas, had Aurelia, bap. Sept. 9, 1764; 
Sally, bap. June 7, 1767; Mariann, bap. Nov. 6, 1768; Anne, bap. Nov. 10, 
1771 ; James, bap. March 22, 1773 ; Dolly, bap. March 2, 1777; James, bap. 
Sept. 27, 1778. 

Frederick, in. Mary Gillet, July 21, 1800, had Susan, bap. June 23, 1811; 
Eliza Ann, bap. Sept. 19, 1813 ; Chauncey, bap. June 2, 1816; Huldah, bap. 
May 4, 1817. 

James, m. Sally Butler, April 19, 1804. 

P. 723, 1. 8, for Nov. 13, read Nov. 17. 

Am ASA (E. W.), m. Ruth Warner, March 3, 1784, 

Benjamin (perhaps Benjamin, i" p. 722), had child, bap. Oct. 3, 1762; had 
Abigail, d. March 2, 1773, a. about 18 mos. ; Josiah, d. Oct. 8, 1776, a. about 
2 yrs. 

Ml the following from E. W. C. R. — Jqseph (prob. the one ment. on 1. 38, 
p. 721), had children, bap. Nov. 29, 1796 ; Charles, Jan. 21, 1798. 

John (perhaps brother of above), had children, baj). May 19, 1785 Sept. 
3, 1786; early in 1788 ; Oct. 25, 1789 ; Sophia, May 8, 1791 ; Sally, Aug. 4, 

1793 ; Edward, Oct. 18, 1795 ; Emily on same day : , April 20, 1800 ; 

Solomon, Jan. 3, 1802; Joseph Mosely, April 14, 1805. 

Amasa (prob the one on 1. 40, p. 721), had children bap. Feb. 6, 1785 ; 
April 30, 1786; early part of 1788 ; Nov. 22, 1789 ; Ruth, Oct. 23, 1791; 
Jan. 17, 1796 ; Sept. 1, 1799. 

Chauncet (bro. of above), had children, bap. Oct. 13, 1782; May 23, 
1784; April 30, 1786; Dec. 16, 1787; Sept. 6, 1789; Sept. 11, 1791; April 
21, 1793 ; Anna, Aug. 16, 1795 ; July 8, 1798. William, had child, hap. 
Oct. 29, 1809. 

Dyer (ment. on p. 721, 1. 37), had Dyer, bap. March 16, 1794 ; Mary, May 
21, 1797; , June 1, 1800 ; Seneca, April 3, 1803. 

Mrs. Mart, d. July 29, 1689. (Col. Rec.) 

We take pleasure in presenting our readers with the following letters of 
Gen. Roger Newberry, addressed to Mrs. Eunice Ely of Springfield, who 
afterwards became his second wife. The first, written to her upon her hus- 
band's death, and the second written years after, in the sweet confidence of 
married life, give us a better view of his character, than pages of description 
could do. They are copied literatim et verbatim, from the originals : 



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I. 
To Mrs. Eunice Ely, Springfield : 

Madam — I know not how to Content mjself not to appearin the Ranks of ye 
many hearty Mourners, whose Sympathy would fain Contribute some Releafe 
to y*^ Uncommon weight of affliction tliat a Holy God has seen meet to bring 
upon you. I fear my trembling pen will too niucli Renew y^ Grief, which I 
know is very pressing. I am loath to Stir up the wound which .so tenderly 
affects you — But would fain be Instrumental to administer fcorae Consolation 
in this hour of ye tryal. 

I know when y® tender Branch of y® house was Crop't by Death (as a 
sweet flower in summer) it touched you in a very tender part — But it seems 
ye God saw best to lay still a weightier stroak upon you — & the Desire of 
ye Eyes Must fall a Victim to Relentless Death, tell me. Mad. Did not these 
lovely Injoyments take up too much room in ye heart. Was n't you Ready 
to think ye Mountain stood strong, and y* you ye self should Dye in ye Rest, 
i. e, have a tranquil life or not meet with those providences that would 
Imbiter Life to you. I am persaded you Did n't think ye portion lay on 
this side ye grave. But it May be you expected an Easyer passage to it — 
Well, Remember this is ye Dissepline, that God saw bess to use with you for 
some holy Ends — Who will be with & support you in ye furnice of ye tryal, if 
you still make aim ye all — I know Nature Unassisted Cant subsist under 
such heavy stroaks — but Remember ye promise, all things shall work for 
good to y™ y* love God — this Carries ye prospect Beyond time & all its 
flatering prospects & all its thretning aspects — You know a little time will 
sit you Beyond y® Care of this transitory life, & it will Be no Grief to you 
when view'd in ye peacefuU harbour of Bliss & glory, to take a survey (from 
y® hillof Sion) of ye Stormy Ocean on which you have sailed to ye Peacfull 
Reagon of Immortal Rest! this, Md. I Confidentially hope has terminated ye ut- 
most Wishes, even in ye Days off y® Earthly tranquillity, & if this be ye 
case, why ye tresure is still secure. Tho' providence has Deprived you of 
some Desirable Injoyments in ye passage there, I hope you will find ye tender 
Consort and loveing ofspring in ye Reims of paradise Consorting with angelic 
Beings in hyms of Praise to him y* sits upon the throne & to ye lamb for- 
ever & ever. Well, Md. if ye God sees meet to Disapline you with ye Rod 
& by that means, together with other Dispinsatious, to prepare you for a 
participation of heavenly Injoyments, let me iutreat you to kiss ye Courteous 
hand that Designs ye Best good, & by these methods is preparing you for 
Joys Immortal, tho' Earthly Streams fail. — this is ye Earnest Desire of ye un- 
known Friend, who hath a tender Sympathy with you under ye Burthen, 
& prays that all ye Passages of Providence before you may more and more 
prepare you for of ye full Completion of ye utmost Wishes in 

ye Beatific Vision of ye Great Redeemer, in ye luefable felicities of the 
heavenly Canaan — Adeau. 

May 25, 1754. 



102 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

II. 

New Haven, Oct. 19, 1770. 
My Dear — I rec'd yours and the things you sent by Doct'r Wolcott, and 
Sincerely rejoice to hear you and our little son are well. 1 hope sliortly to 
Return home, not exceeding the time proposed, and Possibly sooner — I ever 
thought the man happy that Could be freed from every bodys Bu'sness but 
his own ; to live with and enjoy his family, and every day experience shews 
me I have not been mistaken. Certainly a continual hurry of business must 
be Disagreeable to the Philosopher Mind — and such is my case — but sach is 
the state of human affairs, especially in this part of the world, that but few 
if any can live without being Imployed in some sort of Buisuess to gain a 
Subsistance — the manner of Life I have chosen Calls too much abroad but 
at this time of Life a Retreat is Dangerous. I am sure home is agreable. I 
sincerely wish to be there more than I am, partly on my own & jiartly on 
your account. You say you are alone : I am Sensible of it, and that your 
being alone must Cause you much trouble, but tho' I am absent, you have 
my best wishes, and I am not without hopes sometimes or another to be more 
at home and afford you more of my help than I have hitherto done but how 
that will be, God knows — Perry you say sends his Duty to his Daddy. I 
thank the Dear Boy that he does not forget me. He is the object of our Care 
and of our wishes, but poor boy he is born in a Dark Day when Vice Trumps 
Government Dealing, the Laws against Immorality lie unexecuted. Wicked- 
ness has many advocates, & Religion but few, the Pure Doctrines of the 
Gosj)el are Perverted, every one (in this Dark State) attempting to assimilate 
us to God is call'l a Crime, and Vice the Road to Happiness — hence many 
fall a sacrifice, and everything dear to us in this Life is threatned, but my 
Dear there is one that Rules above in whom none ever trusted in Vain, let 
us make him our Confidence and Teach ot:r Child the same'— we have then 
Done our Duty, and will leave him in the hand of Providence — but our Task 
is arduous and Difficult — let us then begin early and bend his tender mind 
to Virtue, that the Road thereof may become habitual — This Task, my Dear, 
is Principally Devolved on you and may God give success — here may you see 
the greatest for Honour although empty as a Bubble, it is courted 

as a Real substance — and everything sacrificed at its Shrine — but the more I 
am acquainted with its Votaries and Greatest favorites, the Less it appears 
and almost Shrivels into Nothing — it is, I confess, agreeable to Receive 
evidences of the friendship of our fellow men, but miere Titles are empty 
sounds, and does not alway Discover the Real worth of the wearer and what 
the Poet says is True 

Titles are marks ot Honour — and wiso 
The Fool or Knavo thai wears a Title lies. 

But my Dear there is an end of Scribliug and therefore shall end abruptly, 

and Subscribe myself, 

Most affectionately Yours, 

Roger Newberry. 



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P. S. I have no news to write except that America is acting a most Shame- 
ful Part & Giving all that is Dear, a General ImiJortation has taken place 
in this Town and Buy and Sell Publickly with general approbation — Re- 
member my Duty to my mother and Love to Perry and all Friends — I am in 
usual Health. R. N. 

NEWELL, p. 724, add Abel, d. April 29, 1759, a. about 25. (Why. Ch. 
Eec.) 

NILES, p. 725, 1. 20, Pajielia, m. Rev. Andrew Yates of East Hartford, 
June 11, 1810. 

OLD, p. 728, 1. 3, Robert and Susannah, m. Dec, 31, 1669. (Col. Rec.) 

OSBORN, p. 728, 1. 14, for May, read Jan. (Col. Rec ) 

P. 728, 1.15, for April 6, read April 16. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 728, 1. 17, Isaac, d. Nov. 24. John (the emigrant) also had a son John, 
b. April 23, 1654. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 728, 1. 19, strike out the words "or Aug." (Col. Rec.) 

P. 728, 1 20, for March 2 and Jan. 2, read "ye 2d week,^' also in next line, 
for Jan., read " ye 1st week;'" Mary, was b. Jan. 26. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 729, 1. 1, Mary, wife of Samuel, d. Aug. 30. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 729, 1. 23, this Maetha Stiles, was dan. of John, son of John Stiles the 
1st. Her dau. Martha, b. Jan. 8, 1738. Her son Abel, d. 1751, and Abel 2d, was 
b. in 1752. The foregoing corrections are on authority of Pres. Stiles' MSS., 
who says he had the record of the family from Mrs. Martha (Stiles) Osborn's 
own lips. 

P. 730, 1. 14, Jacois,'' m. Sarah , and had Sophia, bap. Jan. 14, 1791 

(N. S. R.); Emma, bap. Jan. 1, 1792 (N. S. R.); Celia, bap. 1794 (N. S. R.) ; 
Harriet, bap. Feb. 5, 1797 (W. C. R.); Ruth Bissell, bap. Oct. 27, 1799 (W. 
C. R.) 

P. 730, 1. 15, Nehemiah (E. W.) m. Amelia Phelps, Nov. 17, 1805 (Col. 
Rec.) ; Samuel, m. Rebecca Deuslow (prob. ), 1683. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 730, 1. 26, Henry, m. Keziah Hayden, Nov. 14, 1814. (W. C. R.) 

P. 735, for articles 31, 61, read articles 32, 61, etc.; John R., m. Laura 
Bissell, Sept. 16, 1805. 

Pp. 729, 730, the following from a letter by D. W. Patterson, Esq. of W. 
Winsted, Ct., explains itself: 

" A bit of tradition often helps one to arrange records. I heard the fol- 
lowing the other day : There were two Samuel Osborns in Windsor, father 
and son, who married daughters of Israel Phelps of Enfield. The father was 
41 years old, when the son married the eldest sister, and twelve years after 
that the father married the younger Please see if that would not authorize 
a reconstruction of some part of your Osborn Record. I think you give 
Benjamin Osborn (page 729, 1. ]6) as marrying in 1725, a Mary Phelps, but 
his children were, several of them, born before that, while Samuel, in the next 
paragraph above, has no wife, but is evidently the man who ought to have 
had the Phelp.s wife." 



104 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

OWEN, p. 731, 1. 9, for April 9, read Aug. 29; the John on this line is 
prob. the same one who d. Jan. 13, 1670. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 731, 1. 11, Benjamin, d. May 26, 16G5. Note to 1. 14 is also confirmed 
by Col. Rec. This JosiAS,i had also Isaac, b. June 4, 1678. The Daniel on 
line 9, ni. Mary Bisseli, Jan. 24, 1681, and had Daniel, b. Nov. 25, 1862. 
Foregoing all from Col. Rec. 

P. 732, Nathaniel, Jr. ,'" is also credited in Wby. Ch. Rec. with " a twin 
child, bap. July 16, 1764." 

PALMER, p. 733, 1. 30, for Aprd 16, read April 26. 

P. 733, 1. 33, Timothy,! also had Timothy, b. Jan. 20, 1686. His son Ben- 
jamin, was b. 1681. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 734, 1. 20, •' Ensign " Jehiel, d. Sept. 13, 1777, in 54th yr. (N. 

S. R.) Martin, m. Nancy Chandler, May 17, 1801 ; Miriam, m. 

Osborn, Sept. 29, 1806; John, m. Mindwell Griswold, Aug. 9, 1814. (W. 
C. R.) 

P. 734, 1. 14, Samuel* of Poq., Lad al.so Ozlas, bap. Oct. 14, 1759; Dr. 
Nehemiah, m. wid. Elizabeth Latimer of Wethersfield, May 26, 1766; Jona- 
than, m. A Griswold, Oct. 19, 1786. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) Benjamin, had 

Electa, bap. Aug. 5, 1737. Jehiel, d. Jan. 25, 1806, a. 38; Betsy, d. Feb. 
5, 1808, in 19. (Wby. Ch. Rec ) Jonathan, d. Dec. 2, 1815, a. 43. 

PARSONS, p. 735, 1. 24, lor Bdhnia, read Bethia. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 735, 1. 26, for 1644, read 1653. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 735, 1. 31, for 1648, read 1668. Mary of W., m. Nicholas Evenes (?), 
Nov. 7, 1670. (Col. Rec.) 

From Wby. Ch. Rec. — Hezekiah (1. 21, p. 736), had also Hannah, bap. May 
27, 1739. 

John (prob. same ment on 1. 20), m. Elizabeth , who d. March 6, 

1758, a, about 40; had James, bap. Oct. 16, 1748 ; Elizabeth, bap. Aug. 19, 
1750; Sile, bap. April 10, 1752 ; John, bap. Feb. 10, 1754, d. Oct. 20, 1758; 
Olive, bap. Oct. 12, d. Dec. 11, 1755 ; Oliver, bap. Nov. 28, 1756, d. Oct. 24, 
1758; John, bap. April 13, 1760, d. May 14,1764; Lucy, bap Aug. 8, 1762; 
James (prob. son of John above), m. Hannah Phelps, Jan. 25, 1770, and had 
Hannah, bap. Feb. 10, 1771, d. July 28, 1775; Mercy, bap. Oct. 25, 1772 ; 
James, bap. April 30, 1775; John, bap. Oct. 5, 1777; Gurdon, bap. Sept. 24, 
1780; Oliver, bap. Aug. 7, 1783; Chatwell, m Mabel Bidwell, April 4, 
1771 ; Hezekiah, had Hezekiah (1st child), bap. June 19, 1757; Peletiah, 
bap. Sept. 20, 1758, d. Jan. 30, 1759; Martha, bap. Nov. 4, 1759 ; Peletiah, 
bap. Sept. 20, 1761 ; Anna, bap. May 13, 1764; Abigail, bap, Dec. 15, 1765; 
Hannah, bap. Feb. 6, 1769 ; Biah, bap. Sept. 18, 1774. 

P. 736, 1. 22, Hezekiah, Jr., m. Anna Webster, June 25, 1778, had infant 
d. March 11, 1779, a. 2 d.; Lizzie, bap. Feb. 27, 1780 ; Anna, bap. Aug. 25, 
1782; Hezekiah, bap. March 20, 1784; William Webster, bap. Aug. 1787; 
W^ealthy, bap. March 14, 1790 ; Daniel Latimer, bap. Aug. 12, 1792; Bishop 
Case, bap. July 5, 1795; Lamira, bap. Jan. 5, 1800. 



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Roxy and Triphena, bap. Jan. 4, 1789 ; Anne, bap. March 14, 1790. 

Peletiah (son. of Ilezekiah), had Lovisa, bap. Sept. 16, 1792; Peletiah, 
bap. Nov. 2, 1793; Henry Wolcott, bap. Sept. 25, 1808 ; also Electa, Chand- 
ler, William Kelsey, Peletiah Lorenzo, bap. Sept. 24, 1815 ; Edward Rutherin, 
bap. Oct. 11, 1818. 

TuoMAS, had Thomas, bap. Sept. 16, 1759 ; Solomon, bap. Nov. 22, 1761. 

Dasiel Latimer (son of Hezekiah),had Susan Camilla, bap. May 28, 1815 
Ilezekiah Wheeler, bap. Aug. 21, 1816 ; Eunice Philena, bap. May 10, 1818 
Wealthy Ann Amelia, bap. Oct. 1820; Anna Webster, bap. May 25, 1823 
John Keep, bap. Oct. 23, 1825. 

William Webster (son of Hezekiah), m. Eunice Phelps, Dec. 22, 1808 ; 
Bishop C. (son of Hezekiah) of W., m. Sophia Griswold of Simsbury, April 
30, 1817; he d. Sept, 26, 1829, a. 34; Jonathan J., m. Mary C. Griswold 
of Simsbury, Dec. 1, 1825; Claudhis Dwight, bap. June 3, 1827; Thank- 
ful, m. Dea. Isaac Butler of Harwinton, July 1, 1762; Martha, m. Caleb 
Talcott of Bolton, March 22, 1759; Hannah, dau. of Ens. Hez., ra. Zebulon 
Curtis of Torringford, Jan. 5, 1792 ; Abrah, m. John Thorp, Feb. 16, 1796 ; 
Eliza, m. Ralph Wells of Farmington, Oct. 23, 1800 ; Wealthy Ann, m. 
Truman Cuitis of New Hartford, May 1, 1807; Lamira, m. Dennis Smith of 
Sandisfisld, Oct. 8, 1807. 

Hezekiah, d. March IS, 1756, a. about 83 ; wid Abigail, d. Oct. 25, 1764, 

a. about 80 ; John, d. March 14, 1768, a. about 45 ; Ens. Hezekiah, d. March 
4, 1802, a. 66 ; Hezekiah, Jr., d. Feb. 16, 1809, a. 24 ; Roxy, wife of Peletiah, 
d. May 7, 1811, a. 46; Capt. Hezekiah, d. May 22, 1825, a. 68. 

PEASE, p. 737, Elizabeth, m. Joseph Ritter of Hartford, Nov. 30, 3845. 
(W. C. R.) 

PERRY, p. 737, Rev, Joseph, had also Frances, bap. March 18, 1764; , 

Oct. 5, 1766 ; , Sept. 18, 1768 ; , March 10, 1771 ; , Aug. 13, 

1775 ; , May 25, 1777 ; , Aug. 21, 1778. (E. W. C, R.) 

PETTIBONE, Daniel, m. Margaret McClean of Berlin, Nov. 25, 1804, 
Rosanna, m. Obadiah Gillet of Farmington, Nov. 24, 1800. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Daniel, 1. 5, p. 738, ra. Sarah Brown, Feb. 15, 1770. Joseph's wife Lucy, 
d. Aug. 25, 1807, a. 44. Sarah, d. Feb. 12, 1808, a. about 57. Abel, d. May, 
1815. Mrs. Elizabeth, d. Feb. 15, 1816, a. 86. Miss Hannah, d. 1828, a. 
78. Abijah, had Abijah, bap. April 28, 1771. (Wby. Ch, Rec ) 

PHELPS, p. 738, 1. 8, George, had John, bap. Feb. 15, 1652 ; Nathaniel, 

b. Dec. 9, 1654. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 738, 1. 28, William Phelps, Jr., ought to have been credited with the 
two barren wives (see lines 28-30) for which his brother Nathaniel could, have 
had no possible use, inasmuch as he m. (see page 739, line 3) Elizabeth Cop- 
ley, who was undoubtedly the mother of his children. 

P. 739, 1. 1, to " d. without issue " add April 30, 1679. (Col. Rec.) 
P. 739, 1. 14, owiif the "and" before "removed." He moved to Hebron 
about 1690, and had Martha, Timothy, Cornelius, Charles^ and Hannah. 
14 



106 HISTOET OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Charles^ b. at Hebron, July 4, 1701, m. Hepzibab Stiles, a cousin of Pres. 
Stiles, and had children, Amy, b. Nov. 11, 1726 ; Charles, b. Sept. 22, 1732; 
Zeruiah, b. April 3, 1729 ; Ashbel, b.^April 28, 1743 ; James, b. May 29, 1745 ; 
BethueP, b. April 25, 1744 : d. at Warehouse Point, Conn., a. 85. 

Bethuel,'^ m. Caroline Lord of Marlborough, Conn. Children : Lydia, m. 

Barber ; Epaphras Lord ; Charles Stiles,^ b. March 12, 1789 ; m. 1, Flavia 

Burt of Long Meadow ; 2, Harriet S. Morgan of Westfield ; 3, Catherine 
Warner of Hartford, Conn.; 4, Elizabeth Sexton of New York, and now re- 
sides in Brooklyn, N. Y. Children by second wife : (Rev.) Charles Edward ; 
Harriet Flavia. 

P. 739, 1. 20, for 1688 read 1689; Sarah Pratt, same line, was of Hartford. 
(Col. Rec.) 

P. 741, L 9, Jacob, Jr., had Charity, bap. March 24, 1771; d. Aug. 18, 
1771 ; Charity, bap. Sept. 19, 1773; Eveline, bap. Feb. 19, 1775; Barshe, 
bap. Aug. 17, 1777 ; Jacob, bap. Aug. 17, 1783 ; Jacob, bap. Aug. 13, 1786. 
(Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 741, 1. 21, for Livia, read Livia Drusilla. (N. S. R.) 
P. 741, 1. 24, Elijah,26 had also Caleb, bap. Oct, 6, 1782; Nathan, bap. 
May 9, 1790. 

P. 741, 1. 42, Charles, m. Hannah Cooke, May 12, 1748 ; who d. May 15, 
1786. He d. May 21, 1803, in 95 yr. His son Charles, Jr.,m. in Feb. 1776, 
according to Wby» Ch Rec. Same authority gives him following children : 
Anna, bap. April 13, 1777 ; Patty, bap. May 14, 1779 ; d. May 26, 1779. 
P. 743, 1. 11, for 1663, read 1665. (Col. Rec.) 
P. 743, 1. 20, for Samuel read Sarah. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 744, 1. 1, Thomas,!" had also Margaret, bap. July 29, 1744; Lois, bap. 
Jan. 11, 1747. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

Roger, Jr.^ m. Rhoda Barber, Oct. 31, 1803 ; Eleanor, m. Ephraim A. 
Judson of Sandisfield, Mass., Feb. 1, 1803 ; Henry, m. Rachel Jacobs, Dec. 
12, 1819. (W. C. R.) Daniel, m. Delia Drake, April 4, 1832. (W. C. R.) 
Jonah, m. Emily AUyn, Dec, 26, 1820 ; Fluvia, m. Calvin Brewer of Wal- 
braham, Mass., May 25, 1820. (W. C. R.) Rhoda B., m. John W. Dun- 
lap of South Hadley, Jan. 16, 1844. Samuel of Poquonnoc, was m. Aug. 
28, 1712. (Tim. Loomis' MSS.) James, m. Sabry or Sally Phelps, Jan 10, 
1797. Timothy, m. Ruth Wilson, Feb. 3, 1785. Candace, m. Henry Thomp- 
son of Enfield, June 10, 1829. (W. C. R.) 

Daniel (E. W.), p. 742, 1. 3, had three children bap. Nov. 3, 1793. (E. 
W. C. R.) Evidently Daniel, Huldah, and who was the other b. before 
that date ? 

Joseph, had children bap. June 28, 1795; Nov. 19, 1797; Jan. 12, 1800; 
Isaac Newton, bap. April 25, 1802; Mary, bap. July 28, 1805; June 25, 1808; 
Oct. 11, 1811. 

George, had Walter, bap. 1789 ; Samuel, bap. Oct. 9, 1791 ; Rhoda, bap. 



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Oct. 6, 1793 ; Epaphras, bap. Jan. 20, 1793 ; Anna Theresa, bap. April 6, 1805 
(all from W. C. R.). 

From Col. Rec, — Joseph, m. Mary Porter, June 26, 1673. Isaac, son of 
Isaac, b. Sept. 10, 1666. William, d. Feb. 17, 1681. Samuel (probably son 
of Samuel,! page 738), m. Abiah (poss. it is meant as Alice), dau. of John 
Williams, June 21, 1678. Mrs. Ann, d. Aug. 30, 1689. Mart, wife of Jose, 
d. Jan. 16, 1682. William, son of Joseph, d. Oct. 8, 1689. Daniel, son of 
Joseph, d. Jan. 4, 1690. Abraham, son of Abraham, b, March 6, 1665-6. 

From Wby. Ch. Rec. — Noadiah, m. Naomi Case, Feb. 24, 1743, had Shu- 
bael, bap. Dec. 11, 1743 ; Noadiah, bap. Jan. 26, 1746. 

Aaron (probably the son of Aai-on,' page 743), had Aaron, bap. March 
14, 1762; Polly, bap. Aug. 12, 1764 ; Daniel, ba.p. March 2, 1766 ; Nathan, 
bap. May 8, 1768 ; Israel, bap. July 18, 1773 ; Elihu, bap, Sept. 24, 1775. 

Cornelius, Jr., had Azuba, bap. Dec. 4, 1768; Cornelius, bap. Sept. 9, 
1771 ; d. Sept. 20, 1771. 

Oliver, m. Eunice , who d. Feb. 5, 1809, a. 47, had Eunice and Oliver, 

bap. Sept. 21, 1788 ; Chester, bap. Oct. 1790 ; Lucy, bap. Sept. 1, 1793. 

Bishop, m. Amy King, Oct. 12, 1815 ; had Emily, bap. March 9, 1817 ; 
Eunice Mariette, bap. June 27, 1819 ; George Bishop, bap. June 10, 1821. 

William, m. Martha Holcomb of Poquonnoc, Jan. 4, 1740. Damaris of 
P6quonnoc, m. William Moore of Turkey Hills, Jan. 20, 1740. Lucy, m. 
Aaron Barnard of Simsbury, June 27, 1770. Isaac, perhaps son of Corne- 
lius,i2 page 740, m. Martha Mills, Sept. 5, 1745. 

JoAB, m. Keziah Burr, Oct. 14, 1792, had Kezia, who d. Feb. 12, 1796, a. 
27. Oliver, Jr., m. Nabby Brown, April 27, 1809. 

Aaron (probably the one who d. 1802, a. 60), had ^Susannah, bap. Aug. 
6, 1780. 

Cornelius (probably the one who d. Jan. 5, 1804, a. 59), had , bap. 

August, 1780. 

Isaac, had Theodosia, bap. May 7, 1738 ; Lucy, bap. Dec. 9, 1739. 

Samuel, had Tryphena, bap. May 7, 1738. 

Josiah of Poq., had Bildad, bap. Dec. 9, 1739. 

Isaac, 3d of Poq., had Phares, bap. Sept. 29, 1765. 

Elihu, d. April 9, 1804, a. 28. Lucy, d. Feb. 2, 1809, a, 16. Abner, d. 
Aug. 9, 1813. Tirzah, d. Jan. 3, 1814, a. 30. Noadiah, d. and buried at 
Hartford, Oct. 15, 1746. Nathan, d. Nov. 30, 1798, in 31 yr., by fall of a 
tree. 

" April 16, 1762, died Shpbael Phelps, in ye 19th year of his age. (Eodem 
die), Eunice, Daug'". to Nath". Burr, in ye 13th year of her age. N. B. — 
These two persons were burnt in Mr. Joshua Case's House, and out of its 
ruins Part of y^ Bodies were taken w[ith]out any Limbs, and buried in one 
Grave." 

Jacob, d. Feb. 5, 1815. Chablbs' wife, d. March 8, 1826. Zelotas' child, 
d. June 30, 1815, a. 1. 



108 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

PHILLIPS, p. 745, 1. 6, add George Phillips (possibly and probably Phelps), 
m. Anna Fitch, May 23, 1784. Sakah, d. May 14, 1662. (Col. Rec.) 

PICKET, p. 745, insert, Phineas, had Saxton and Henry, bap. Dec. 1786 ; 
also Fanny, bap. May 7, 1797; Julia King, bap. Nov, 3, 1799 ; Eliza, bap. 
July 5, 1801 ; Mary Ann, bap. Aug. 8, 1807. (W. C. R.) Saxton, m. Betsy 
Roberts, June 6, 1808. Content, m. Barzilla Hudson of Torringford, Jan. 26, 
1803. Nancy, m. Roger More, May 26, 1803. 

PIERCE, p. 745, Nathaniei,, m. Zeruiah Holcomb, July 24, 1804. (W. C. R.), 
Samuel's sons, Samuel and Ebenezer, d. Nov. 3, 1754; Lois, bap. Sept. 22, 
1755; Susannah, bap. Aug. 28, 1757 ; Rhoda, bap. Nov. 4, 1759 ; Samuel, 
d. Sept. 16, 1768 ; and Ruth, twins, bap. May 23, 1762 ; Samuel and Ebene- 
zer (twins), bap. July 30, 1769; d. Jan. 8, 1772; Lieut. Samuel, d. Oct. 1, 
1776, a. about 48. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) Olive, m. Simeon Judd of Hartford, 
June 3, 1776. 

PINNEY, p. 745, Humphrey, the emigrant. In the possession of Miss 
Lucretia Stiles of Windsor, Conn., are several ancient papers, consisting of 
letters addressed to Humphrey Pinney by liis nephew John House of Mon- 
tague, in England ; also letters from George Betty of Combe St. Nicholas, 
Somersetshire, England, relative to certain business which he had entrusted 
to Mr. Pinne ; also concerning Pinne's property in England ; and his will, 
which is dated June 3, 1682. In one of these letters from John House, dated 
March 1, 1668, is the following postscript : "My uncle William Pinny [see 
Windsor Hist. p. 74, line 13] hath buried his wife, she d. about a quarter of 
a year since." 

The lease, which was executed Feb. 20, 1658, " between Humphrey Pinney 
now dwelling in Montague, of the one part, and Roger Dunster of Broadway, 
in the county of Somerset, of the other pte," &c., relates to "four acres 
of pasture & meadows " lying and being " in the manor of lilton." 

P. 747, 1. 21, for 1728, read 1723. 

P. 747, 1. 39, Capt. Abraham, 12 his sou Jonathan bap. March 19, 1738. 
(Wby. Cu. Rec.) 

P. 748, 1. 36, Lieut. Abraham.i^ b. Dec. 23, 1735, 0. s.; m. his first wife June 
9, 1761 ; d. Dec. 12, 1813. In reference to his children, we give the follow- 
ing extract from a letter of Mr. D. W. Patterson of W. Winsted. " They 
say up in Colebrook that Stiles' Windsor, p. 748, transposes the names of 
Israel,'* and Asaph Pinney,'^ they are sure that Asaph was the eldest, and 
give the date of birth (as see below) which they say is recorded in his Bible, 
in his own fist-i'-graph. Israel,'* d. Aug. 30, 1821, a. 52, which you see 
harmonizes with the above supposition." 

P. 749, 1. 8, the date of 2d m. of JoNATnAN,i9 should be Dec. 29. 

P. 748, 1. 40, and p. 750, 1. 28, Geove'^ (b. according to family records 
Oct. 15, 1762), m. Mercy Case of Simsbury, April 25, 1785, settled in Cole- 
brook, and removed about 1838 to Crawford county, Pa., where he d. in fall 
of 1850 ; she d. April, 1854. Children : Clarissa, b. Feb. 18, 1786, m. 1, 



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JoelMiller of Winsted, Conn.; 2, Ethan Pendleton of South Norfolk; Mercy, 
b. Dec. 9, 1789 ; ni. Earl Bancroft, settled in Penn.; Grove, b. June 30, 1792, 
moved to Ohio, has family ; Friend, i b. March 16, 1796 ; Henry ,2 b. Dec. 
1799 ; Flora, b. Aug. 20, 1804; m. Fred. Pendleton of Norfolk, and went to 
Penn., and d. Sept., 1843; Damon,^ b. Feb. 11, 1807; Adeline, b. Feb. 20, 
1810; m. Albert Beach of Goshen, and d. November, 1853. 

Friend,! j^ Clarissa Miner, and d. in Ohio. Children : Allen, Henry, 
Orville, Minerva. 

Henky,- m. Delina Riggs of Norfolk, went to Penn., and then to Texas. 
Children: Elbirt (M. D.), b. 1825; Adeline b. 1828; m. Isaac Cummings. 

Damon,3 m. 1, Sally Pendleton of Norfolk, Jan. 12, 1830 , went to Penn., 
m. 2d, Mary Griswold, April, 1851. Children by 1st wife: Michael S.,* b. 
Nov. 14, 1831 ; Hobart Buell, b. Oct. 20, 1833 ; m. Elizabeth Turner ; Mary 
Esther, b. Oct. 8, 1836; m. James Swift; Sarah Adell, b. Aug. 28, 1839; 
Orville F., b. Nov. 12, 1841 ; Elbert Grove, b. Sept. 7, 1846. Children by 2d 
•wife : Chester, b. July 17, 1853 ; Hattie, b. Dec. 19, 1857. 

Michael S.,* m. Esther Swift. Children : Ida, Sarah, Isaiah. 

P. 748, 1. 41, and p. 750, 1. 30, ABRAHAM,33m. Mehitable Case of Simsbury, 
settled in Colebrook, removed to New Canaan, Columbia county, N. Y. 
Children : Mehitable, b. Marcli, 1790 ; m. Anson Hunt of New Canaan, N. 
Y.; Ovid, b. Jan. 1792; m. Jane Taylor; Hilpa, b. Jan. 1794; m. Edward 
Rowlandson of Bany, Orleans county, N. Y.; Lucretia, b. March, 1796 ; m. 
Oliver D. Buel of Canaan ; Polly, b. Nov. 1797, unm.; Abraham, b. Jan. 18, 
1804 ; d. 1825. 

P. 748, 1. 1, and p. 750, 1. 32, Israel,^* m. Belinda Loomis of Simsbury, 
settled, lived and d. in Colebrook. Children : Israel, ^ b. Oct. 13, 1788 ; Linda, 
b. Oct. 10, 1790 ; m. Chester Treat of Hartland, settled in Ohio ; Menda, b. 
March 4, 1793; m. LumanCowles of Colebrook, went to Lee, Mass.,d.; Nathan- 
iel,2 b. July 30, 1795 ; Reuben,^ b. April 18, 1798 ; Jasper,* b. Sept. 2, 1801 ; 
Elihu,5 b. Sept. 21, 1804 ; Carlos.s b. Sept. 16, 1808. 

Israel^ m. Eleanor May of N. Carolina, had Alexander, Philander, Be- 
linda, Ellen, Martha, Winford. 

Nathaniel, 2 m. Rebecca Underwood, who was b. Feb. 21, 1796; he 'd. 
March 29, 1854 ; she d Aug. 27, 1861. Children : (1,) Rebecca Jane, b. Sept. 
28, 1819 ; m. Abiram E. Cook and has one child, Ella Jane, b. Feb. 21, 1861. 

(2,) Orator, b. Sept. 5, 1823 ; m. Brown and has a dau. Mary Louisa, b. 

March, 1860. (3,) Warren Alonzo, b. Sept. 15, 1825 ; m. May 21, 1849, Abi- 
gail Belinda Deming, b. Oct. 25, 1827, dau. of George Gilbert and Belinda 
(Moore) Deming, has one dau. Georgia Etta, b. Nov. 14, 1856. (4,) Eurral 
"Van Wike" (?Van Wyck), b. Jan 16, 1829 ; m. Augusta Cobb, has a son 
William CliflFord,b. Sept. 30, 1858. (5,) Susan Eliza, b. May 15, 1831 ; d. Jan. 
30, 1835. 

RecbeNj^ m. Nancy Moore (b. March 3, 1798) of Barkhamsted. Children : 
(1,) Jeanette,b. Feb. 15, 1822 ; m. Charles M. Coe, b. Feb. 7, 1821, and has 3 



110 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

children, viz : Charles P., b. June 2, 1849 ; Adelaide F., b. Oct. 23, 1855 ; Leon 
A., b. April 29, 1858. (2,) Martha, b. Dec. 20, 1830 ; m. William H. Ward, b. 
Dec. 29, 1831, has one child, Abbie, b. Aug. 12, 1853. 

jASPEK,*m. Maria Fellows of Canaan, has one child, Laura. 

ELiHPj^m. Eliza Preston, settled in Clarenden, 0., has children: Edwin, 
Phebe, another son. 

Carlos.s m. Elizabeth Sturges of Hitchcockville, settled in Lee, has child- 
ren : Caroline, Mary, Charles, Alice. 

P. 748, 1. 41, and p. 750, 1. 34, Asafh,^^ m. Betty Wilcox (b. Sept. 9, 
1777); he d. in Colebrook, April 4, 1835 ; «he d. June 3, 1847. Child: 
Eliza, b. Oct. 1, 1798; m. Dorrauce Barber of Colebrook, and after his d. 
xn. Harvey Wakefield. Child by 1st husband : Eugene Luman, b. Dec. 26, 
1820 ; d. Oct. 17, 1843, leaving one son Eugene Luman ; Cero Fayette, b. 
April 19, 1822, lives in Spencer, Tioga county, N. Y., which county he re- 
presented in New York Legislature in 1861. Emma, b. Feb. 17,1800; m. 
Ralzemon (sou of John) Phelps of Winchester. Children : Emeret E. (dau.), 
b. Aug. 19, 1830 ; d. Jan. 6, 1842 ; JohnPinney, b. Dec. 24, 1834 ; m. Nancy 
Gorman of Hamden and has dau. Cora, b. Dec. 21, 1857. Asaph Oeville, 
b. March 9, 1805 ; m. May 17, 1840, to Elizabeth (dau. of Luther and Maria 
Hoskins) Phelps, b. in Colebrook, March 6, 1817. ^^ To this gentleman 
we are largely indebted for the full accounts of the families of the sons and 
descendants of Lieut. Abrahami^. ,.^1 Harvey Wilcox, b. Dec. 16, 1811 ; 
m. Harriet Wakefield. Children : Victor Hugo, b. July 27, 1851 ; d. Feb. 
12, 1854 ; Lucien Vernet, b. May 9, 1853. 

P. 748, last 1. The descendants of Elisha and Elijah (twin sons of Lieut. 
Abraham'^), who were b. Oct. 12, 1775, are, as given in the following records, 
furnished by A. 0. Pinney. 

Elijah, m. Mahala Grant, Oct. 9, 1806; he d. Aug. 24, 1855. Children : 
Ann, b. Sept. 25, 1807 ; m. Ralzemon Phelps, April 22, 1829 ; Roswell Grant, i 
b. March 30, 1809; Elijah Orson,^ b. March 2, 1813; Horace L.,' b. April 
14, 1815; Milo E.,* b. April 12, 1821. 

RoswellG.,1 m. Abby L. Strong, Sept. 3, 1835. Children: George R., bap 
JMy 13, 1836 ; m. Sarah Davidson, April 29, 1858 ; Emily J., b. Oct. 17, 
1839 ; Lafayette, b. March 14, 1842 ; d. March 23, 1844 ; Louisa Jane, b. Aug. 
26, 1844 ; Elijah E. and Elizur E., twins, b. July 7, 1847 ; Elijah E., d. Sept. 
11, 1852; Harriet R., b. Oct. 4, 1856. 

Elijah 0.,^ b. March 2, 1813; m. Mary Pendleton, Jan. 10, 1837. Child- 
ren: Ethan, b. Dec. 28, 1837 ; Finett, b. May 15, 1839; Sarah, b. Nov. 7, 
1840; Uranah, b. Aug. 31, 1842 ; d. Sept. 19, 1853 ; Laroy, b. April 6, 1844; 
d. April 16, 1859 ; Charles, b. Sept. 13, 1846; Dothy, b. Dec. 9, 1849 ; Eme- 
line, b. Oct. 7, 1851 ; Ralzemou P., b. June 10, 1854 ; Ward, b. Aug. 19, 
1857. 

Horace L.,' m. Wid. Sarah Shannon, Dec. 5, 1842, Children : Ellen, b. 
Sept. 3, 1843 ; d. Oct. 4, 1851 ; Anthony and Elijah (twins), b. March 23, 



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1845 ; Alexander, b. May 21, 1848 ; Rosanna, b. Aug. 17, 1851 ; Catharine, 
b. May 1, 1853. 

MiLo E.,* m. Harriet Skinner, Dec. 1849, moved to Memphis, Scotland 
county. Mo. Children : Emma, b. Dec. 1851 ; William B., b. March 20, 1857 ; 
Edward Milo, b. July, 1859. 

Elisha (twin brother of Elijah, and son of Lieut. Abraham ^8), m. 
Rachel Belden, Jan. 1803; d. Dec. 1, 1847. Children: Orpha, b. Oct. 4, 
1804; m. Lumau Andrus, Jan. 1821; Harriet, b, Sept. 22, 1806; d. Oct. 25, 
1828; Alta, b. Sept. 1808 ; d. April, 1812; Elvira, b. Aug. 4, 1810; m. Thos. 
Dunn, Sept. 19,1837; Melissa, b. April 10,1813; m. Reuben Standcliff, 
Jan. 13, 1852 ; Martin.i b. Aug. 12, 1815 ; Elizabeth, b. Aug. 31, 1820; m. 
William Torrey, Oct. 6,1846; Mary, b. Jan. 17,1823; m. Cyrus Crouch, 
Feb. 12, 1848; Elisha,^ b. Feb. 14, 1827, and lives in Penn. 

Martin,! y^ i^ Louisa Mix, April 6, 1847 ; she d. July 18, 1848 ; he m. 2, 
Adeline Standcliflf, Dec. 24, 1843. Children by 2d wife : Ovid, b. Nov. 18, 
1849 ; Louise, b. July, 1851 ; Eugene, b. April, 1854 : Amelia, b. August, 
1857. 

Elisha,^, m, Mary Thompson, Sept. 4, 1854. Children : Alice, b. Aug. 14, 
1855 ; Lamberteen, b. June 20, 1857; Frank, b. June 26, 1859. 

P. 749, 1. 2, EuniT (son of Lieut. Abrahami^), m. Margaret Langford of 
Maryland, and had one son, John Book,^ b. in TBaltimore, Dec. 25, 1806. 

John Book,i* m. Ellen Agnes Seward of Guilford, Conn. (b. in Savannah, 
Ga., March 13, 1816), on Sept. 13, 1836. Children : Sarah Agnes, b. in Pitts- 
burg, Pa., Oct. 23, 1838 ; John Patterson, b. Philadelphia, Jan. 15, 1841 ; d. 
June, 1843 ; Alice Langford, b. in Philadelphia, May 2, 1843 ; d. Oct., 1843. 

* Rev. John Book Pinney, after the death of hie grandfather (Lieut. Al)raham,i8) lived 
among his, uncles in Colebrook and Canaan, from the spring of 1814 until thatof 1817, when 
being 10 years old, he w.is placed by his father, at echool in the Academy at Windsor, Ct., 
■where, to use his own words, "for nearly nine years I was allowed, under thounwatchful, not 
to say unfaithful care of my guardian, to waste my time among a constantly changing set 
of Incompetent teachers." When nearly 19 years of age he went to Lexington, Ga., where 
much against bis inclination, he was placed at a private echool, and during the next season 
entered the junior class of the Georgia University at Athens, Jrom which he graduated in 
1825. While in college, young Pinney became a subject of an extensive revival of religion 
which occurred among the students, and became a member of the Presbyterian Church 
Having studied law considerably while in his senior yearat college, under the direction of Jos. 
H. Lumpkin, Esq., then a leading lawyer, and now Chief Justice of the state of Georgia, ho 
was in that year admitted to the bar under William H. Crawford, Esq., formerly Secretary, 
then judge of the Supreme Court of Georgia. He however soon quit the law, in order to 
prepare for the ministry, and by teachmg school for a year at Walterboro, S. C, he procured 
the means necessary for the prosecution of a three years' course of theological study, and in 
the fall ot 1829 entered the Theological Institution at Princeton, N. J., where he graduated in 
1825. While there, he decided to become a mipsiouary among the great Negro nations of 
Borncaand Hausa in the interior of Africa. In the fall of that year he was ordained, together 
with a companion, the Rev. Joseph W. Barr of Ohio, and started on their intended work. 
Mr. Barr, however, while they were awaiting the departure of the vessel which was to convey 
them, was suddenly cut ofl by an attack of Asiatic choler.a, and Mr. Pinney proceeded alone. 
The hardships and fatigues, however, of a journey from the coast of Africa to the interior 



112 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Wm. Seward Piersoii, b. at Windsor, Conn., Aug. 4, 1846; Annie Foster, 
b. at Washington, Pa., April 14, 1848; Robert McKennan, b. in New York 
city, April 2, 1850, d. Feb. 18, 1852; Ella Reed, b. in New York city, July 
10, 1852; Fanny Loomis Prime, b. Dec. 25, 1853; Benj. Coates, b. May 6, 
1856 ; Maud Fay, b. Jan. 29, 1858, d. Sept. 13, 1859. 

P. 749, 1. 4, Horace (son of Lieut. Abraham^*), went to Virginia, about 
1810, where he m. Nancy Suavely, Oct. 31, 1811, and soon after emigrated to 
Jackson cc, Ohio, where he lived until 1837, when he removed to Liporte 
CO., Ind., where he d. April 25, 1839. His wife d. Jan. 4, 1841, a. 52. Child- 
ren (still living in Indiana): (1.) David, b. Nov. 9, 1812, lived in Pine Grove, 
Gallia CO., Ohio, and has two children, Aurora and Abraham; (2.) Horace^ b. 
Sept. 17, 1817 ; (3.) William'-', b. July 28, 1819 ; (4.) Mary, b Nov. 27, 1821, m, 
Phineas Small (b. Nov. 9, 1805), June 25, 1840, had Lois Cyrena, b. Aug. 23, 
1841, m. Sept. 13, 1859, to Elijah Reynolds; Nancy Jane, b. Feb. 6, 1844, m. 
Emry Jener, Jan. 1, 1862; Eunice Loquincey, b. Aug. 31, 1846; Orlando V., 
b. May 14, 1849; Riley Francesco, b. March 23, 1852; Harrison, b, Sept. 11, 
1854, and a twin with Henderson Thornburgh; Phineas Orauge, b. May 25, 
1858; (5.) Harvey, b. April 12, 1825, d. Oct. 25, 1834; (6.) Lois, b. June 24, 
1827, m. Jacob Thornburgh, Dec. 5, 1848, had Dameris Cyrena, b. Aug. 3, 
1850; William Elvin, b. April 10, 1853 ; (7.) Hester. 

HoKACKi, m. May 4, 1843, Angeline C. Haskell (b. Feb. 4, 1827). Child- 
ren : Jay, b. Jan. 2, 1847; Jane, b. April 20, 1850; Janurah, b. Sept. 4, 
1852; Kay, b. Nov. 16, 1854; Elb, b. May 6, 1856; Erastus, b. Feb. 3, 1861. 

William^, m. Cynthia Long (b. Sept. 20, 1822), Dec. 23, 1841. Children : 
Elizabeth N.ancy, b. Oct. 6, 1842; Harvey Wright, b. July 15, 1844; James 
Andrew, b. June 27, 1846, d. July 14, 1846 ; William Eslis, b. Nov. 10, 1847; 

BO completely broke down his health, as to compel his temporary return to this country in 
1833. Ill tlie fall of that year, he again set out, with nine missionary companions, and landed 
at Monrovia on the 1st of January, 1834. Just as Mr. P. was leaving the United Stutep, ho 
had been persuaded to become (temporarily) the agent of the American Colonization Society, 
which constituted him ex-oflBcio, acting governor of the Colony of Liberia. At thes-imo (irao 
the early death of certain missionaries so discouraged the American Board of Foreign Mis- 
Bions, th-jt they consented to the proposition of the American Colonization Society to have 
him commiEsionedasgoveruorof the colony, and to suspend their mission awhile. Coincident 
•with the above named coaimiesion, Mr. P. received another from the United States govern- 
ment as agent for recaptured Africans. His views, however, were not in accordance with 
those of the two boards, and though by circumstances obliged to retain the autliorily con- 
ferred upon him until he could be relieved by a successor, Mr. Pinney at once refused to ac- 
cept the appointment permanently. 

Finally, the heavy cares and anxieties incident to such duties, together with repeated at- 
tacks of African fever, so undermined his health, as to necessitate his return to the United 
St.atesin tlie fall of 1835. 

Sinca thut time, with the exception of a little over a year, during which ho was the set- 
tled pastor of tlie Presbyteri.in Church at Washington, Pa., Mr. Pinney has been chiefly en- 
gaged as Corresponding Secretary of the Pennsylvania and New York Coloniz:ition Societies ; 
meantime, however visiting Liberia in 1840, and again in 1855, on special duties. In 18^2, 
Mr. P. was appointed Consul General for the Republic of Liberia, for the United States, a 
well merited compliment. 



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Perry Guilford, b. Feb. 3, 1850; Herman Franklin, b. March 26, 1852; Lois 
Charlotte, b. Sept. 1, 1854 ; Elvin Clinton, b. Julj 17, 1860. 

P. 752, 1. 6, for Amelia, read Aurdia. 

P. 752, 1. 35, for Elizabeth Mclonia, read Elizabeth Victoria. 

Martin (can this be Martin^i ?), had Mary, bap. Jan. 13, 1799. (W. C. R.) 

David, m. Anna Sill of W., Sept. 12, 1822. (W. C. R.) 

Elihu, s. of Jonathan, bap. March 5, 1769. (N. S, R.) Elihu and Oliver 
of Jonathan and Mary, bap. Oct. 6, 1773. (N. S. R.) 

Sakah, dan. of Noah and Elizabeth, bap. Nov. 15, 1761. (N. S. R.) Dan- 
iel, s. of Noah and Abigail, bap. June 15, 1766. (N. S. R.) Noah (perhaps 
the above), d. "of mortification," Aug. 30, 1776, (N. S. R.) 

Fanny, bap. June 5, 1796. (W. C. R.) 

POMEROY, p. 753, 1. 5, ELxwEo'swife, d. July 5, 1655; Eltwed (prob. the 
same), m. wid. Lydia Parsons, Nov. 30, 1664; his s. Caleb, m. Hep. Baker, 
March 8, 1664, and had dau. Hepzibah, b. July 27, 1666, before he went to 
Northampton ; Mary, d. April 21, (Col. Rec.) 

POND, p. 753, 1. 11, Samoel, d. March 14, 1654; his wid. Sarah, m. 2, 
John Linslee of Toket, July 9, 1655; Samuel's son Nathaniel, was b. Dec, 
1651, and Sarah, b. Feb. 11, 1662, 

P. 753, 1. 13, IsAAc.i m. May 10. (Col. Rec.) 

PORTER, p. 753, 1. 33, Samuel, was b. in 1664-65 ; and Rebecca, b. 
1666-7. (Col. Rec.) 

P, 754, 1. 4, for Sept., read Dec. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 754, 1. 31, " Cousin Mindwell Portek, wid", went to 'hampton [prob- 
ably Northampton], with Lt. Joseph King, in order for marriage, Aug. 22, 
1733." (Timo. Loomis' MSS.) 

Hezekiah (Hez." or Hez.i^?), had Ruma, b. 1751, m. Baker; also, 

Israel, b. 1746, m. Happy Sadd. (E. W. Bap. Rec.) If these are children 
of Hez.ii, the dates are evidently incorrect. 

P. 756, 1. 24, for Capt. John, read Capt. Jonathan. 

P, 756, 2d 1. from bottom, strike out Sally. 

The Jollowing from E. W. C. R. Hezekiah (is this Hez.is p. 755, 1. 11?), 
had children bap. Feb. 12, 1764; Oct. 5, 1766 ; May 2, 1773; March 5, 1775; 
March 4, 1787; July 18, 1790. 

Warham" (p. 755, 1. 12), had child, bap. Jan. 2, 1791 ; Frederick, bap. 

Sept. 30, 1804; Elijah, bap. Feb, 3, 1793; Elizabeth, bap. Feb. 1797; , 

Aug. 25, 1799; , May 30, 1802; Warham, Jr., bap. June 7, 1807 ; Mary, 

bap. July 2, 1809. 

Nathaniel, Jr., had children bap. Oct. 3, 1771; Jan. 16, 1774; May 4, 
1777; Aug. 22, 1779 ; Aug. 11, 1782; April 3, 1785; Edward, Oct. 7, 1792. 

John, had children bap. Nov. 15, 1767 ; Jan. 7, 1770 ; Feb. 28, 1773 ; Feb. 
3, 1782 ; Oct. 12, 1788. 

Sarah, had Arethusa, bap. Feb. 22, 1795 ; Huldah, bap. Oct. 29, 1797. 
LuciNA had child, bap. Sept. 11, 1785, 

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114 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Samuet,, had children, bap. Feb. 18, 1781; June 1, 1783; Joseph, had child- 
ren, bap. Aug 31, 1800; July 11, 1802. 

From Wby. Ch. Rec.—AmE, m. Wm. Wallis, Nov. 10, 1738 ; Mart, m. 
Thomas Cadwell, Jr., of W. Hartford, Dec. 28, 1752. 

Capt. Joseph, d. March 24, 1759, a. about 60; his wife d. May 27, 1757. 

POWELL, p, 757, last 1., Col. Rec. give the name of Thomas' wife as 
'^ jillse (Alice ?) Traharne" (possibly an Indian girl). Their son Thomas was 
b. July 11 —; his son Hannibal, b. Oct. 3, 1682, and d. Jan. 15, 1684; John, 
d. Jan. 17, 1685. (Col. Rec.) 

PRATT,, p. 758, insert, Timothy had children, bap. Oct. 11, 1776; Jan. 3, 
1779; Aug. 12, 1781; May 23, 1784. 

PRIOR, p. 758, 1. 5, 4th Col. Rec. contain the record of m. (no date given) 
of Humphrey and Mary Whitcomb. Prob. (from context) in 1686. His first 
wife Ann, d. Sept. 29, 1682. 

P. 758, 1. 9, concerning this Daniel, ^ Mr. Edwin Stearns of Middletown, 
Conn., sends the following from M. records: "Daniel Prior, formerly of 
Windsor, m. Sarah (dau. of Samuel) Egglestone, 1697. Children: Thank- 
ful, b. Jan. 21, 1698 ; Daniel, b. Nov. 5, 1699, d. June 9, 1710; Daniel,^ b. 
April 8, 1701; Susannah, b. March 5, 1702; Mary, b. July 13, 1705; Ebe- 
nezer, b. Sept. 23, 1707; Mrs. Sarah Prior, d. April 6, 1768; Daniel Prior, 
m. 2d, Mary, wid. of John Lucas, by whom he had Experience, b. April 16, 
1710. 

Abner (see line 20?), had Sarah, bap. July 1, 1781. 

PURKINS, p. 758, insert John, had child, bap. Feb. 15, 1767. 

RANDALL, p. 760, 1. 21, Elizabeth, the 2d wife of Abraham, was the wid. 
of John Kirby of Middletown, Conn., who had d. 1677. She m. Randall, 
April 22, 1684. (Ed. Stearns.) He d. Aug. 21, 1690. (Col. Rec.) 

Col. Rec. give Phillup, d. May 6, 1662, and " Old Wid." d. Aug. 24, 1665, 

REED, p. 759, 1. 6, for Porter of Windsor, read Dr. Porter of East Windsor. 

P. 759, 1. 11, for 1804, read 1824. 

P. 759, 1. 12, Lucy Wells, b. 1804, m. R. Hazlett in 1820. 

P. 759, 1. 21, Celina (according to Rev. Julius Reed of Davenport, Iowa), 
was living in 1860-1. If so, the date of death belongs to some other Celina, 
that's .sure. E. W. C, R. make her bap. April 14, 1799. 

P. 759, 1. 22, Emily, was bap. June 27, 1818. (E. W. C. R.)' 

P. 759, 1. 23, Elijah F.*, M. D., commenced practice in that part of Bolton 
now Vernon, April 16, 1789. His wife was b. there. 

P. 759, 1. 27, Harriet S. Reed, who m. John Hall, had also Robert b. 1831, 
and Harriet, both now dead. 

P. 759, 1. 29, Rosanna, b. 1810, d. May 20. 

Isaac (prob. same as on p. 760, 1. 14), had by his wife Dinah, a son Elijah, 
bap. May 20, 1764, and Martin, bap. Dec. 7, 1766. The foreg-oing are from 
N. S. R, 



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Isaac of North Windsor, had Elijah, bap. May 1764. (Why. Ch; Rec.) 

RICE, p. 760, insert, Aakon, m. Lucy Burnham, Aug. 7, 1788. 

RICHARDS, p. 760, Hezekiaii had Hezekiah, bap. Nov. 14, 1756. (Why. 
Ch. Rec.) 

RILEY, p. 760j Eunice, dau. of Nathaniel, bap. Jan. 30, 1785^ 

RISING, p. 760, 1. 40, James was voted an inhabitant of W., March 11, 
1668 (Town Rec.) ; m. Martha Bartlett, wid., Aug. 13, 1673, prob. the one 
who d. (see Hist.), April 20 (not 2), 1674. His first wife d. Aug. 11, 1669. 
(Col. Rec.) 

ROBERTS, p. 761, 1. 38 [?], Henry, had son Henry, bap. 1786, also Mary, 
bap. Sept. 4, 1788, and Barzilla, bap. Sept. 19, 1790. (W. C. R.) 

James, p. 761, 1. 43, m. Lauranna Loomis, June 2, 1783, and had Betsy, 
bap. Nov. 21, 1784. 

Joel, had child, bap. Jan. 31, 1762. (E. W. C. R.) 

Elihu, p. 761, 1. 44, m. Deborah Muusell, Feb. 2, 1801. Roxanna, m. 

Taylor, Jan. 2, 1806. Ruhama, m. Timothy J. Dawson of N. Haven, 

1814. Laukanna, m. Jabez Gillet of Torriugton, Jan. 11, 1798. 

Sally, p. 761, 1. 43, m. Daniel Talcott, Jr., May 17, 1798. 

From Why. Ch. Rec. — P. 761, 1. 2, Samuel, was bap. June 4; Ruth, bap. 
March 27, 1768 ; Hannah, bap. May 20, 1770 ; Samiiel,^ bap. May 3; Eunice 
and Lois, bap. Oct. 2, 1774 ; Hezekiah, bap. June 5, 1776 ; d. same day ; 
Hezekiah, bap. Aug. 26, 1781. 

Lemuel, had Lemuel, bap. Oct, 17, 1742 ; Nathaniel, bap. March 24, 1745 ; 
Margaret, bap. May 28, 1749; d. Jan. 8, 1752. 

Nathaniel, had Rhoda, bap. Dec. 14, 1766; Nathaniel, bap. Feb. 6, 1769: 
Lydia, bap. April 28, 1771 ; Orpha, bap. Aug. 22, 1773; Electa, bap. Feb. 4, 
1776; Esther, bap. April 11, 1779 ; Erastus, bap. Aug. 26, 1781. 

Erastus (son of Nathaniel above), m. Lois , who d. Oct. 24, 1804, a. 

22 ; had Erastus Seymour (off. by Sam. Colton), bap. June 23, 1805. 

Paul had Paul, bap. Nov. 24, 1776 ; Mindwell, bap. Aug. 2, 1778 ; John 
(of Windsor), had Ann, bap. Feb. 4, 1750. 

Oliver, m. Anna Bunce, April 15, 1792. 

Eunice, m. Jas. Goodwin of Hartford, March 3, 1799. 

Esther, m. Joseph Goodwin, Jr., March 23, 1806. 

Chester, m. Harriet Wilson, Oct. 12, 1806. 

About 1751, Richard, d. a. about 60, and, about 8 yrs. before, his father 
Richard, d. Lieut. Lemuel, d. September 10, 1772, a. about 70; John, d. 
March 11, 1773; Abigail, d. Sept. 30, 1773, in 41 yr. ; Wid. Deborah, d. 
March, 1777, about 88 ; the wid. d. May 8, 1786, in 74th yr. ; Nathaniel, 
d. July 31, 1800, a. 54; Hiram, d. April 27, 1810, a. 16; Nathaniel, d. Nov. 
19, 1813, a. 34; Rhoda, d. April 15, 1815, a. 67; Lemuel, d. July 28, 1828; 
Lemuel, d. July 1, 1829, a. 63. 



116 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR.. 

ROBESON, p. 762, insert, Elizer (prob. Elizur), had Faitli, bap. Sept. 16, 
1764. (E. W. C. R.) 

ROCKWELL, p. 762. Tn the 2d Book of Records of Court and Probate of 
the Connecticut Colony, recently discovered, we find (page 162) the will of 
John Rockwell of Windsor, who must have been the father of Simon Rock- 
well, who, with his sisters Mary (Watson) and Sanford, are mentioned 

on page 762, lines 19, 21. This will of John Rockwell, dated April 4, 1661, 
constitutes his son Simon, as his executor, and to have the estate after his 
mother's death. The house, land, one cow, etc., are devised to his wife. 
Simon was to have a cow, and himself and sisters Mary, Hannah (wife of 
Zachary Sanford, mentioned above), were to have one pound each, and 
their children one pound apiece. The value of the estate was £244.05. He 
d. May 10, 1662. 

Wilmet (Wilmoth, Wilmarth) Rockwell, wid. of the above John, executed 
a will on the 12th of May, 1662, wherein she gives " to my daughter Mary, 
one Bed, that which Simon lies on, with two Blankets, two sheets, one pil- 
low " and, "to my.daughter Hannah, one little Bed, which my husband died 
on, with twp blankets, two sheets, one pillow," and " all my wearing clothes 
to my two daughters to be equally divided to them. And all ye rest of my 
estate I give to my son Simon." She d. May 12, 1662. 
Query. Who can inform us of the origin of this family ? 
P. 762, 1. 19, Simon, d. June 22, 1665. He and his sisters, as will be seen 
from the foregoing paragraphs, were children of John and Wilmet. 

P. 762, 1. 26, Deliverance, wid. of John,i afterwards m. Robert Warranar 
of Middletown, Feb. 2, 1674. 

P. 762, 1. 30, for Nov. 27, read Nov. 23. 

P. 762, 1. 35, Abigail, b. 1664, prob. d. May 3, 1665. (Col. Rec.) 
P. 762, 1. 32, this Elizabeth m. Lieut. James Ward of Middletown, Conn., 
Feb. 1, 1694. With her brother Joseph^, owned the cov, and was admitted 
to Midd. Ch. Oct. 28, 1694, having both been bap. in Windsor, where their 
father was in full communion. She d. July 28, 1721 ; Lieut. James Ward, 
d. Jan. 4, 1712. Children: Elizabeth, b. Nov. 11, 1694; Mary b. April 9, 
1697 ; James b. March 6, 1700 ; Samuel, b. March 25, 1703 ; Sarah, b. Sept. 
12, 1705 ; John b. Sept. 6, 1708. (Communicated by Mr. Edwin Stearns, of 
Middletown, Conn.) 

P. 762, 1. 31, strike out the index figure ^ attached to Joseph's name. 
P. 762, 1. 37, strike out this and next line, being family given to Joseph,' 
but belongs to Joseph,* as see below. 

P. 762, I. 36, Joseph', b. in Windsor, May 22, 1670 (this varies as will be 
seen, from the date in the Windsor Hist., p. 762, 1. 31, see also note above), 
admitted to Middletown 1st Church, Oct. 28, 1694, m. Elizabeth (dau. of 
Edward) Foster of M., Feb. 1, 1694, was chosen deacon May 31, 1704 ; was 
captajn of a company, and was town clerk from 1708 to 1734, and his son 
William after him, from 1735 to 1765, and was also deacon after his father's 



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death. Deacon Joseph, d. Oct. 28, 1742, in 75th yr. ; his wife d. Aug. 15, 
1753, a. 80 (having been b. May 7, 1673). Children: John, b. Oct. 29, 
1694; Joseph, b. Oct. 24, 1697; Edward and Elizabeth, twins, b. Oct. 10, 
1700, both d. March, 1701; William, b. July 3, 1702; Hannah, b. Dec. 18, 
1704 ; Edward, 2d, b. July 23, 1707 ; Ebenezer, b. March, 9, 1711. (Com- 
municated by Edwin Stearns, Middletown, Ct.) 

P. 764, 1. 19, after Rockwells, insert in Colebrook, Ct. 

P. 764, line 12, Isaac !« had also a child bap. Nov. 1, 1767. 

Furnished by A. O. Finney. — P. 766, 1. 7, Ephkaim'^^, had, in addition to 
Sarah, mentioned in the text, Alleu^ b. June 10, 1776; Hannah,* b. Sept. 
19, 1778, m. David Wadsworth ; Ephraim, Jr. b. Feb. 19, 1781, left home in 
early life, not since heard from — a silversmith by trade ; Abner C.^ b. May 4, 
1783; Eleazer,** b. Nov. 10, 1785; Zerah,**, b. March 6, 1787; Sally, t 
b. Jan. 3, 1791, m. Jacob Bowman ; Bernard,^ *, b. March 30, 1793. 

Allen,! m. Phebe Davis, and he d. Jan. 25, 1851. He was one of the first 
settlers of Bradford county, Pa. Children : Allyn, Jr., b. Feb. 22, 1800, m. 
Cath. Cole, Oct. 23, 1821; Polly, b. Aug. 31, 1801, m. David Cole, d. May 
23, 1838 ; Nancy, b. March 2, 1804, m. Nathan Bullock, d. Sept. 4, 1846 ; 
Levi, b. Jan. 11, 1806, m. Lois Davidson ; Oliver, b. Feb. 4, 1807, m. Nancy 
Smith ; Betsy, b. July 4, 1812, m. Henry Stone, May 20, 1830 ; Hiram, b. 
Jan. 4, 1814, m. Deborah Greene, Oct. 11, 1837; John, b. March 11, 1817, 
m. Susannah Greene, April 15th, 1841 ; William A., b. Jan. 9, 1820, m. Rachel 
Craton, Oct. 20, 1844. 

Abner C.,2 m. Betsy Fowler, Dec. 20, 1808, and he d. July 29, 1836. He 
was one of the first settlers of, and the first sheriff of Bradford county. Pa. 
Children : Donna M., b. Sept. 29, 1809, m. J. D. Montanye ; Zerah.s b. Nov. 
17, 1811; James L.,' Feb. 15, 1814 ; Hannah M., b. Aug. 10, 1816, d. March 
21, 1824; Mary C, b. Nov. 15, 1818, d. Feb. 12, 1825 ; William A., b. Sept. 
10, 1821, d. March 22, 1824 ; William A., 2d, b. July 18, 1824, m. Mary 
Nichols; Roland R., b. June 15, 1828, m. Sarah Wilson, July 2, 1851. 

Eleazek,^ m. Kezia Spring, June 11, 1806. Children: Ephraim F.,^ b. 
March 4, 1808 ; Lodoiska S., b. April 28, 1810, m. J. W. McFaddan, Oct. 20, 
1825 ; Calvin D., b. June 12, 1812, m. Rebecca Blystone, Sept. 6, 1832; Clarissa 
F., b. June 24, 1814, m. Jacob Blystone, Jan. 31, 1833 ; Darius N., b. June 29, 
1816, m. Eunice Herrick, Jan. 18, 1S38 ; Hannah M., b. Jan. 10, 1818, m. 
Albert E. Kingsley, Oct. 11, 1842; Orville A., b. July 25, 1820, m. Mary 
Baldwin, Oct. 13, 1842; Sally R., b. Nov. 16, 1825, m. George Wilson, May 
23, 1844; Pamelia M., b. July 5, 1831, m. David Stoke, June 31, 1849. 

Zerah,^ m. Phebe Carter, Feb. 25, 1812, and he d. Feb. 1, 1859. Child- 
ren : William S.,^ b. Jan. 6, 1813: Louisa M., b. Oct. 17, 1814, m. John 0. 
Hodges ; Laura A., b. Jan. 13, 1817, d. Feb. 11, 1852 ; Abner C, b. May 10, 
1819, m. Sarah Grear; Horace N., b. April 10, 1821, m. Harriet Parker; 

* These children were all among the first eettlers of Crawford county, Pa. 

t A first settler of Bradford county, Pa. i 



118 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Ephraim S.,w b. July 13, 1823; Harriet P., b. Dec. 31, 1825, in. Alvali 
Benjamin ; Phebe L., b, June 19, 1828, m. Henry C. Long, 

Bernard,^ in. Rebecca Marcy, Feb. 3, 1819. Children: Addison 0.," b. 
Dec. 16, 1819 ; Sally A., b. Dec. 5, 1821, m. Nathan L. Snow, Oct. 9, 1845; 
Emeline M., b. Nov. 26, 1826; Emily M., b. April 13, 1824, d. July 27, 1825; 
Eunice L., b. Dec. 10, 1829, m. Justin E. Snow, May 22, 1850, d. Feb. 2, 
1855 ; E. Fidelia, b. Oct. 7, 1832, m. S. B. Root, Oct. 10, 1855. 

Zerah,« m. Mary A. Hart, and he d. March 19, 1857. Children : Elma S., 
b. April 28, 1836, d. July 13, 1838; Clarence B., b. Jan. 19, 1840, d. April 

7, 1841 ; May Ion L., b. Jan. 29, 1843, d. July 30, 1850 ; Abner Clayton, b. 
Nov. 27, 1845 ; Helen E., b. Oct. 24, 1847 ; Mary M., b. Feb. 24, 1849. 

James L.,'' m. Cordelia Lyon, Sept. 15, 1845. Children: Abner L., b. 
April 21, 1853 ; Mary J., b. April 25, 1855 ; Frank M., b. July 24, 1859 ; 
John L., b. July 28, 1861. 

Ephraim,^ m. Rhoda Washburn, Dec. 23, 1830. Cliildren : Anon B., 
Sally M., Fanny, Sylvester, Sophia. 

William S.,'* m. Elinor A. Snow. Children: Aunor A., James William, 
Jesse Z., Elma A. 

Ephraim S ,1" m. Mary E. Dodge. Children : William DeForest, b. July 

8, 1850, d. Sept. 12, 1852 ; Frank DeElmer, b. Sept. 10, 1853. 

Addison 0.," m. Martha L. Root, Oct. 8, 1845. Children : Wilbur Furness, 
b. April 25, 1848, d. Sept. 19, 1852; La Rue Du Retz, b, Aug. 9, 1849. 

The following pom E. W. C. R. — Abner (prob. son of Deacon Daniel, ^^ see 
line 7, page 764), had children bap. Aug. 11, 1771 ; Aug. 8, 1773. 

Amasa, had children bap. Dec. 30, 1792; Jan. 17, 1796. 

Daniel (prob. Daiuel,^^), had " a little boy " bap. July 29, 1770 ; Aug. 29, 
1773 ; May 28, 1775 ; April, 1777; Feb. 18, 1781 ; Aug. 11, 1782; Dec. 9, 1787; 
Jan. 11, 1789. 

Daniel, Jr., had children bap. D , Aug. 4, 1793 ; Jo , Feb. 4, 1798; 

B , June 19, 1803. 

IsAAC,2i had a child, bap. Aug. 23, 1772, 

P. 766, 1. 9, Charles. 2i Emily and Maria, were bap. Oct. 23, 1796; Abigail, 
bap. July 31,1799; W. Hayden, bap. April 6, 1800; Mary (on records 
" Mariam " prob. Mary Ann), bap. April 25, 1773 ; Julia, bap. Feb. 24, 1805 ; 
Naomi, bap. April 12, 1807 ; Helen, bap, April 7, 1811. 

William, had William, bap. Feb. 20, 1763; Nov. 3, 1765; child, bap. 
March 6, 1768; Sept. 15, 1771; June 20, 1774; May 25, 1777. 

SiLVANDS (son of John"), had child bap. Dec. 5, 1776. 

JoAB, had dau. bap. Jan. 20, 1799 ; , Oct. 12, 1800. 

RpssELL (son of Samuel, see line 14, page 766), had children bap. Jan. 30, 
1819 ; July 23, 1820 ; Oct. 8, 1826. 

Ebenezer''-* (line 1, page 765) had also James Barber, bap. June 26, 1763. 

Nathaniel, Jr., had four children bap. Oct. 31, 1810, and one July 29, 
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George's wife had children bap. Aug. 31, 1817; June 6, 1819 ; July 15, 
1821. 

IsAAC^fi (page 764), had a child bap. Nov. 1, 1767. 

David's wife was bap. Nov. 9, 178S ; had two children bap. Nov. 16, 1788 ; 
Jan. 3, 1790 ; David, April 20, 1794. 

Samuel,'* had Solomon, bap. Oct. 31, 1762, prob. d. soon, as he had an- 
other Solomon, bap. Jan. 22, 1764, the one whose biography is given on page 
765. 

Daniel, had Jane Allison, bap. Nov. 14, 1813 ; Henry, bap. June 2, 1816. 
(W. C. R.) 

Wid. Anna, d. Jan. 31, 1792. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

Simeon, m. Olive Cook, Sept. 28, 1797. Children : Anna, bap. Oct. 14, 
1798 ; Harriet, bap. Feb. 1, 1801. (W. C. R.) 

Elijah of E. W., m. Nancy Green, Oct, 3, 1832. (W, C. R.) 

Owen, m. Ann Frances, April 28, 1827. (W. C. R.) 

Elizabeth, m. Thomas D. Elliot, Nov. 30, 1843. (W. C. R.) 

P. 767, 1. 14, for 43, read 53. 

P. 767, 1. 34, for 1744 read 1744-45. 

David (of E. W.), m. Lucy Wilson of Simsbury, Oct. 10, 1808. (Why. 
Ch. Rec.) 

From Why. Ch. i?cc.— ROWELL, John had Roger, bap. Aug. 26, 1750 ; 
John, Jr. had Mary, bap. Nov. 2, 1760; Martin Steele, bap. Aug. 2, 1772; 
Simeon, bap. July 16, 1780. 

Daniel, m. Phebe Spencer of Suffield, Jan. 23, 1775; had Justice, bap. 
June 30, 1776; Chloe, bap. Oct. 18,1778; Susannah and Eunice, bap. 
Oct. 17, 1784. 

Roger, m. Anne Bunce of New Haven, May 31, 1778. 

P. 768, 1. 1, Samuel, had also Elizabeth, bap. April 3, 1748. (Why. Ch. 
Rec.) 

P. 768, 1. 4, For Hayes read Hayge (prob. Hays). (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

P. 768, 1. 9, Samuel, Jr. m. Catharine Fyler, June 9, 1771; had Sabra, 
bap. Aug. 25, 1782, and Amelia, bap. Aug. 29, 1784. (Why, Ch. Rec.) 

Wid. Mart, d. June 12, 1739, a. about 90. Thomas, Jr. (prob. the one 
ment., line 29 and 30, page 767), d. Oct. 28, 1741, a. about 70; his wid. 
Violet, d. April 1, 1751, a. 70. Hannah, d. Sept. 23, 1801, a. 78. Wid. 
Mary, d. Sept. 7, 1806, a. 81. Philander, Jr.'s wife, d. Sept. 16, 1814. Wid. 
Elizabeth, d. Sept. 26, 1814, a. 89. Wid. Mary, d. June 12, 1738, a. about 
80. Grace, d. May 18, 1765, a. about 73. William, son of Samuel, d. 
Oct. 28, 1772, a. about 13 mos. Daniel, son of Daniel, Jr., d. Aug. 23, 
1777, a. 6 mos. Stephen, d. April 30, 1778, a. about 23. Job's dau. Naomi, 
d. Feb. 21, 1794, a. 2^ yrs. Daniel, d. March 18, 1798, a. 81. , • 

P. 768, 1. 10, Thomas, had Justin, bap. June 17, 1792; Thomas (prob. 
same as foregoing) and Mary, had Thomas, bap. Feb. 11, 1781; Ros- 



120 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

anna, bap. May 25, 1783; Horace, bap. Aug. 13, 1786; Allyu, bap. July 10, 
1790 ; Polly, bap. Aug. 23, 1795. (All tbese from W. C. R.) 

P. 778, 1. 34, John, b. Feb. 20, 1744-5. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

John, Jr.'s wife Roxauna, bap. 1790; Nathaniel Steel, bap. Sept. 7, 1783; 
Henry AUyn and Timothy were bap. July 25,1790; Polly, bap. Nov. 18, 
1792. (All from W. C. R.) 

John, had Jehiel, bap. July 14, 1799. (W. C. R.) 

JusTCs, m. Almira Riley, Jan. 6, 1817. (W. C. R.) 

Martin, m. Ruth Barber, Nov. 23, 1780. 

James, m. Catherine Morgan, March 3, 1836. (W. C. R.) 

ROWLAND, p. 768, 1. 20, Rev. Henry A. m. Elizabeth Newberry, March 25, 
1795; Aa»A«AM-, m. Deborah Gillet, June 1, 1803 ; hadWiliam Frederick, bap. 
Nov. 3, 1806. (W. C. R.) Abigail, m. George Bliss of Springfield, Nov. 15, 
1804. 

ROWLEY, p. 768, 1. 28, Thomas, m. Mary Denslow, May 5, 1669. His 
child d. May 22, 1676. He also had Abigail, b. Feb. 10, 1686. (Col Rec.) 

P. 768, 1. — , Elizabeth of Windsor, m. William Lucas, Jr., of Middle- 
town, Conn., July 15, 1695 ; was admitted to Mid. Ch. in 1696, her mother 
being a member of the Church in Windsor. She had children: Elizabeth, 
b. August, 1698 ; Martha, b. March, 1699 ; William, b. March 14, 1701 ; De- 
borah, b. Nov. 1702; Gideon, b. May 31, 1705 ; Ebenezer, b. May 8, 1707; 
Samuel, b. Sept. 6, 1709; Anna, bap. May 3, 1712. (Furnished by Edwin 
Stearns, Middletown, Conn.) 

From Wby. Ch. Rec. — Thomas, m. Mary Hale of Salmon Brook, Nov. 4, 
1779 ; Silas, had Nabby, bap. Jan. 20, 1814. Job, had Job, Ruth, Bildad, 
Loomis, bap. July 20, 1800. Bildad, m. Clarissa Shepard, Sept. 17, 1818. 
The wife of Roger, d. May 2, 1821, a. 69; Roger, d. Feb. 11, 1822, a. 73. 

Roger's wife d. June 24, 1800, a. 52. Eunice, wid. Daniel, d. Sept. 1, 1800, 
a. 84. Nabby King (dau. of Silas), d. Jan. 24, 1804, a. 6. Job's child, d. 
Feb. 5, 1809, a. 7. Samuel, d. Dec. 6, 1811, a. 101. Job, d. Feb. 24, 1823, 
a. 71. 

Roger, Jr. m. Rebecca Lattimer, Nov. 8, 1801, 

Levi, m. Abigail Center of Hartford, Jan. 19, 1804. 

Mary and Pamela, bap. Oct. 6, 1808. 

Theodore, m. Hannah Loomis, Nov. 29, 1810. 

RUSSELL, p. 769, 1. 1, Ellis, seems to have again been m. to Katharine 
, and their son Walcott was bap. Aug. 17, 1766. (N. S. R.) 

P. 769, 1. 4, William had, besides William, b. 1767; the following by 
"his wife Mary:" Theodore, bap. Nov. 19, 1775; Mary, bap. Aug, 2, 
1777; Joseph Hunt, bap. Aug. 17, 1783. (All from N. S. R.) 

P. 769, 1. 6, Rev. William, of this gentleman and his family little informa- 
tion remains in Windsor. He d. just as the Revolution commenced, and in 
the distractions and turmoils of war, almost all traces seems to have disap- 



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peared. For the following items concerning liim and his descendants, we 
are indebted to the courtesy of Edwin Stearns of Middletown, Conn., who is 
engaged upon a history of the Russell family, or the descendants of William 
Russell of New Haven. 

"Rev. WiLLJAM, son of Rev. William* and Mary of Middletown, Conn., b. 
July 23, 172f);grad. at Yale, 174.0; member of 1st Church in Middletown 
June 5, 1749; tutor at Yale, 1749-50; was called to Windsor 1st Cliurch in 
February, 1751; ord. July 24, 1754; was twice m.: 1, to Abigail Andrew 
a gr. dau. of Rev. Samuel Andrew of Milford, Conn., about 1754, she d. 
about 1762; 2, Jan. 18, 1770, to Abigail Newberry of Windsor. Rev. William 
d. April 19, 1775 (the day on which the battle of Lexington occurred) in 50th 
yr. and the 24th of his ministry. Chi'dren by 1st wife — William Andrew, 
b. about 1755; grad. Yale^ 1774 ; d. 1786, num.; Samuel Andrew; Abigail, 
d. in inf.; Abigail, 2d, m, John N. (son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth) Mather 
of Windsor (he was b. Oct. 8, 1750 ; was an officer in Continental army ; d. 
at Kingston, N. Y., during the war). Only child by 2d m — James, d. in inf. 

Jacob and Hester (or Esther?) had Elijah and Hester bap. Nov. 27, 1774; 
Jerusha, bap. Aug. 4, 1776 ; Return, bap. May 5, 1778 ; Elisha, bap. January 
1780 ; Samuel, bap. Dec. 13, 1782 ; Jerusha, bap. April 13, 1785 ; Content, 
bap. Jan. 24, 1787 ; Hosca, bap. June 3, 1792. All these from N. S. R. 

Samuel (probably sou of Jacob and Hester above), m. Hepzibah Ells- 
worth, Feb. 28, 1805. 

Elisha (probably son of Jacob and Hester above), m. Ljdia Ellsworth, June 
2, 1803. 

Sampel, d. February, 1778; William, d. June 18, 1780. 

SADD, p. 769, Thomas, Jr., also had children bap. June 20, 1774 ; Oct. 12, 
1776; Sept. 13,1785. 

P. 769, I. 20, SiBEL (dau. of Matthew), was bap. Dec. 4, 1763. Matthew 
also had child bap. April 21, 1766. 

John, had children bap. Jan. 29, 1764 ; March 9, 1766 ; May 8, 1768 ; June 
17, 1770; June 13, 1773. 

Noah, had Lucina, bap. June 27, 1802 ; Joseph, bap. Feb. 12, 1804; , 

Oct. 12, 1823. 

Waitstill, had Polly bap. May, 20, 1792, (All foregoing from E. W. C. R.) 

SANDERS, p. 770, 1. 8, for 1691, read 1690. (Col. Rec.) 

SAXTON, p. 770, 1. 13, Richard and his wife must exchange dates of death. 
(Col. Rec.) 

Thomas, 1. 21, had also Allyn, bap. Oct. 28, 1764. (E. W. C. R.) 

SAYER, p. 771, insert, Wid Phebe, d. May 21, 1753, (R. MSS.) 

SEDGWICK, Abraham, had Jonathan who d. being scalded in a milk bowl, 
with water. May 27, 1748; a. about 27; Thankful, bap. March 29, 1748; 

♦Ancestry of Rev. William of Windsor: 1, William, b. in England, 1612, pmigrnled to New 
Haven, 1639; 2, Rev. Noadiah, b. at N. H., 1659, settled in Middletown ; 3, Rev. William, b. at 
Middletown, 1690, successor to hia father ; 4, ^ey. William of \Vindsor. 

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322 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Ebenezer, bap. April 1, 1750 ; Abi, bap. June 7, 1752 ; Wealthyann, bap. Jan. 
17, 1754 ; Linda (d. fewhrs.) and Lina (twins), bap. April 7, 1757; Abraliaui, 
bap. April 29, 1759. 

SEGAR, p. 770, insert, from Why. Ch. Rcc, Darius, m. Eunice Drake, 
Nov. 12, 1772 ; had Darius, bap, Aug. 5, 1773; Elijah, bap. Nov. 8, 1778 ; 
Hezeklah, bap. May 14, 1780. 

Joseph, whose wife d. Feb. 19, 1743, a. 73, had Zuba, bap. Nov. 9, 1740 ; 
d. Feb. 4, 1756; Abigail, bap. July 15, 1744; Elijah, bap. Nov, 8, 1747; d, 
September, 1750 ; Darius, bap. Sept. 29, 1751. 

MicAH, had Micah, bap. June9, 17G5; Mary, bap. Oct. 19, 1766 ; Amos, 
bap. Aug. 28, 1768; Anne, bap. July 15, 1770 ; Russell, bap. Dec, 6, 1772 ; 
Rachel, bap. Oct. 17 (Oct. 23), 1775 ; Daniel, bap. Sept. 7, 1777 ; Levi, bap. 
Aug. 6, 1780 ; Joseph, d. March 9, 1794, a. 88, 

SEWARD, Charles, had Charles bap. Feb. 16, 1777 ; Nabbe, bap. March 

I, 1778. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

SHEFFELAND, Ellas, had dau. Delana, bap. July 22, 1764. (N. S. R.) 
SHADDOCK, p. 770, last line, Elias, m. Hauna (dau. of John) Osborn, 

and was buried at W., May 26, 1676. (Col. Rec.) 

SHARE (?) p. 770, insertJoHN, d. Sept. 29, 1669. (Col. Rec.) 
SHELDING, p. 771, Remembrance, and Mary (probably this is a second 

wife of Remembrance, Jr., line 12), had a dau, bap. June 2, 1765 ; Elisha, 

bap. Nov, 1, 1767. (N. S. R.) 
Selah, m. Amy Drake, Jan. 24, 1782 ; Sarah, m. Aaron Fish, Feb, 21, 1806, 
SHEPPARD, William, had William, bap. Oct. 8, 1758. 
Amos, had Jonathan, bap, April 5, 1761 ; Jesse, bap. March 18, 1764 ; 

Luther, bap. April 23, 1769. 

Thomas, had Levi, bap. May 2, 1779 ; Aurelia, bap. Oct. 25, 1788. 
Thomas, Jr.'s son d. April 17, 1793, a. 2; his wife d, June 29, 1800, a, 35 ; 

his youngest child d. October, 1809; Mary, d. July 7, 1810 ; his child, d. Jan. 

II, 1809, a. 4; his wife (2d one prob.) d. Jan. 11, 1809, a. 45, all of spotted 
fever ; another son, d. Feb. 20, 1809. 

Thomas, d. May 26 or 27, 1775, aged about 88. Aaron, son of Thomas, d. 
August, 1775, a. about 18 mos. Mary, wife of Thomas, d. Sept. 20, 1775, 
a. about 43 ; their child d. June 11, 1786. Thomas's wife d. Nov. 27, 1822. 
Thomas, d. May 22, 1819, a. 90. 

SHERMAN, p. 771, insert, Nathaniel, had child bap. March 18, 1781. (E, 
W. C. R.) 

SIKES, p. 771, insert, Walter, had child bap. March 25, 1792; Morella, 
March 13, 1796; , May 17, 1795. 

SILL, p. 772, Richard, had William ; Richard; Jennet; Thomas; Hale; 
Roderic; bap. Oct. 19, 1788. (N. S. R.) 

Horace, son of Elihu, bap. Aug. 13, 1797. (W. C. R.) 

P. 772, 1. 10, insert " a dau. by wife Mary" before Enoch, bap. Dec. 1779 ; 
also " Filley " after Joseph. (N. S. R.) , 



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P. 773, 1. 3, for 1741 read 1841. 

SKINNER, p. 774, 1. 1, Isaac, Jr. m. Dorcas Drake, Oct. 8, 1744 ; their son 
Hezekiah, d. May 7, 1761, Daniel of E. W. m. Clarinda Barber, June 5, 
1799. 

The following from E. W. C. i?.— Abiram, had children bap. May 25, 1777 s 
Sept, 19, 1778; Aug. 6, 1780; Feb. 24, 1782. 

Benjamin (prob. Benj. on line 26, page 774), had Benjamin, bap, March 14, 
1762 ; child bap. Sept. 1, 1765. 

Benjamin, had children bap. Feb. 6, 1785 ; Sept. 3, 1787; Oct. 26, 1788 ; 

Norman, Oct. 17,1790; Seth, Jan. 27,1793; , April 12,1755; Ti— , 

April 22, 1798 ; Wil— , Aug. 1, 1802. 

Timothy (line 3, page 774), had also a child bap. June — October, 1777. 

Levi (prob. one on line 14, page 774), had children bap. Jan. 3,1802; 
Sept. 21, ISOO ; May 13, 1804 ; Levi, Sept. 17, 1809 ; , July 14, 1816. 

Oliver, Jr.'s wife and child were bap, Nov. 1*9, 1797. 

Daniel, Jr. (line 39, page 774), had children bap. May 20, 1766; Oct, 1, 
1769; Oct. 5,1777. 

Giles, and his wife Sarah, had Nathan, bap. Aug. 2, 1795 ; Si — , July 10, 
1796. 

Oliver, had child bap. Jan. 4, 1767; Oct. 4, 1772. 

Oliver, had child bap. March, 1771 ; , Oct. 4, 1772; William, bap, Feb. 

19, 1764 ; Lizzie, bap. Aug. 21, 1774. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

From Wby. Ch. Rec. — Isaac, had Anne, bap. Nov. 12, 1738; Isaac, Jr., had 
Elizabeth, Armin, Skinner and Orson, bap. Nov. 5, 1788 ; Lucy, d. Feb. 23, 
1740, a. about 18 yrs. Ambrose and Kate, bap. Sept. 23, 1792; Isaac, bap. 
Oct 16, 1796 ; Ambrose, bap. Oct. 21, 1798 ; Abby, bap. June 7, 1802 ; War- 
ren, bap. Oct. 7, 1804. 

Deborah (line 39 ?), Uby, d. Sept. 13, 1750; the wife of Timothy, d. Jan. 
31, 1754. (R. MSS.) 

Isaac, d. June 13, 1799, a. 82 yrs. Chester, son of Isaac, d. Oct. 2, 1805, 
a. 12. Orson, d. Nov. 15, 1805, a. about 18, Kezia's child, d. Sept. 23, 
1744, a. but a few hours. Deborah, d. Sept. 14, 1750, a, about 18. Sgt. 
Isaac, d. Oct. 31, 1762, a. about 71. Lizbie, of Lucy, d. Oct. 7, 1776, a. 
about 2. Wid. Hannah, d. Oct. 17, 1793, in 97, Isaac, d. Oct. 3, 1816, a. 70. 

SMITH, p. 775, 1. 28, David's dau. Mary, was b. 1756. 

" Lt." SAM0EL, Jr., had children bap. June 10, 1771 ; Feb. 16, 1772 ; Anne, 
April 25, 1773 , May 14, 1775. 

Samuel (prob. same as line 22, page 775), had Abigail, bap. March 19 
1763 ; , Nov. 23, 1766. (E. W. C. R.) ' 

SNOW, Widow, had four children bap. Sept. 3, 1775. (E. W. C. R.) 
SOPER, p, 776, Maria Antoinette, m. S, J. McKinney, Dec. 26, 1836. 
From Wby. Ch. Rec, — John, m. Rosanna Blancher of W. Hartford, Jan. 8, 
1766. 
Levi, m, Hannah Mills, April 14, 1768, had Levi, bap. Jan. 22, 1769 ; 



124 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Hezekiah, bap. Dec. 2, 1770 ; Alliii, bap. Oct. 18, 1772 ; Roger, bap. Dec. 25 , 
1774. 

PiiEBE, m. Roice Beech of Goshen, June 9, 1756. 

John (line 11, page 776), d. at Simsbury, Nov. 22, 1749, a. perhaps 41; 
his wife Phebe, d. May 21, 1753, a. about 42. Wid. Sopee, d. September, 
1760, and was buried at Kensington, a. about 84. 

STARTWEATHER (Starkweather), p. 776, insert Thomas, had children 
bap. Jan. 24, 1773; July 23, 1775; June 22, 1777 ; Aug. 12, 1781; Aug. 16, 
1784. (E. W. C. R.) 

STILES, a new and enlarged edition of the Stiles Family Geiieahgy is in 
preparation. 

P. 783, the pastor of Ellington Church is Rev. Thomas K. Fessenden. 

STOCKING, p. 807, insert SamDel, had Elizabeth, bap. Aug. 11, 1793. (E. 
W. C. R.) 

STOUGHTON, p. 807, 1. 1*2, Thomas, m. Mary Wadsworth, Nov. 30, 1655. 
(Col. Rec.) 

P. 808, Elisha (prob. the one whose death is given in line 41), and Anna, 
had Israel, bap. Jan 22, 1775. Elisha (prob. the same), had Ruth, bap. Nov. 
28, 1784 ; Harry, bap. June 11, 1786. 

Sarah, d. and buried May 3, 1652. (Col. Rec.) 

Elijah, had Dolly, bap. Dec. 24, 1786; Elijah and Mary, had Olive, Patty, 
Elijah and Clarissa, bap. Sept. 23, 1787. (W. C. R.) Erwin T. (or J ) of E. 
W., m. Julia Green, Sept. 6, 1809. (W. C. R.) Ruth, m. James Phelps of 
Westfield, Nov. 8, 1804. 

John, had children bap. March 23, 1766 ; March 24, 1771 ; Oct. 23, 1779 ; 
July 1, 1781. John, Jr., had child bap. April 23, 1769. Ephraim, had child- 
ren bap. May 7, 1775; March 30,1777. Silence, had child bap. Jan. 11, 
17 89. Alexander, had children bap. Dec. 3, 1775; May 14, 1780. 

Samdel, d. April 24, 1806, a. 70. Samuel's inf. child d. April 18, 1792. 
Samuel, d. Jan. 28, 1818, a. 52. Samuel A., son of Wolcot, d. Nov. 13, 
1827, a. 2. 

From Why. Ch. iJfc— Samuel Jr. m. Chloe Gillet, June 6, 1787 ; she d. Sept. 
17, 1805 in 37; their son d. Nov. 29, 1795, a. 6. Chloe, m. Wm. Case of Say- 
brook, Dec. 2, 1824. Sarah, m. John A. Hemstead of Hartford, Sept. 7, 1830. 

Thd following from E. W. C. R — Oliver (prob. son of Nathaniel,'' p. 808), 
had children bap. Dec. 20, 1761 ; April 15, 1764 ; June 8, 1766 ; June 19, 
1768; Nov. 11, 1770; Aug. 29, 1773. 

Russell (prob. son of William, Jr., line 19, page 808), had Russell, bap. 
July 22, 1793; Elmira, bap. Nov. 13, 1796; , Sept. 24, 1796. 

Willis, had Elizabeth, bap. Feb. 12, 1826. 

Timothy, had child bap. Sept. 17, 1797 ; Lydia, bap. March 10, 1799 ; 
Fran — , bap. June 7, 1801. 

William, had children bap. Feb. 15, 1789 ; Jan. 30, 1791 ; March 23, 1794. 

John, had child bap. Oct. 22, 1786; April 12, 1789, 



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STRONG, p. 809, 1. 18, for Jpril, 1643, read Jpiil 28, 1663. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 809, 1. 31, for bap. read h. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 809, 1. 40, Mary, b. 1G58 ; m. Timothy Standly of Farraingtou, Nov. 22, 
1676. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 810, 1. 6. for 1684 read 1686. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 810, 1. 34, add to children of Abel (E. W.), the name of Abel, bap. 
March 17, 1793. (W. C. R.) Abel's son Nathan, m. Didemia Soper, Oct. 
31, 1804. 

Daniel (.son of Abel) (E. W ?), m. Wealthy Loomis, July 3, 1799 ; and had 
Betsy, bap. Feb. 1, 1801. (W. C. R.) 

Elisoa and Mary, had Jane, bap. April 8, 1787 ; Elisha Bebee, bap. June, 
1789 ; Samuel, bap. Sept. 25, 1790 ; Charlotte, bap. June 15, 1794 ; (the preced- 
ing from N. S. R.) ; Almira, bap. Aug. 20, 1797 ; Oliver, bap. July 28, 1799 ; 
William Augustus, bap. Nov. 14, 1802. (W. C. R.) 

John, m. Elizabeth Bissell, Aug. 24, 1682. (Col. Rec.) 

JoHN^ was married in 1686. (Col. Rec.) 

Rktukn, m. Jennet Sill, Dec. 29, 1799. Julia, m. Heman Norton of N. Y. 
Aug. 23, 1807. Mary, m. Ward Woodbridge, March, 1809. Samuel, m. 
Delia Selden, Oct. 14, 1811. Almira, m. Charles Babcock, Oct. 15, 1816. 
(W. C. R.) 

Samuel and Delia, had Delia, Charlotte, Mary Jane; Samuel, bap. Nov. 13, 
1819 ; Mary Selden, bap. Oct. 4, 1823. 

jIH the following from E. W. C. i?.— John, Jr. had child bap. Nov. 24, 
1782. John, had children bap. Feb. 19,1786; July, 1788. Noah R. had 
Marilda, bap. March 9, 1800. Warham, had children bap. June 12, 1803 ; 
June 23, 1805 ; Eliza, July 26, 1807. 

Nathaniel, had children bap. Oct. 17, 1778 ; .July 23, 1780 ; Sela Jan. 1, 1797. 

Timothy, had children bap. June 10, 1764 ; Nov. 25, 1770 ; May 17, 1772; 
Oct. 17, 1773 ; June— Oct. 1777 ; dau. June 23, 1805. 

Nathaniel (prob. same as on line 6, page 811), had also Harvey, bap. 
March 27, 1763; Rachel, bap. Dec. 2, 1764. (N. S. R.) 

STRICKLAND, p. 811, insert Joseph of Hartford, m. Elizabeth Chapman, 
Dec. 11, 1684. 

TAYLOR, p. 812, Samuel, ni. Mary Bankes of W., Oct. 27, 1670. Wid. 
T., d. Aug. 5, 1689. (Col. Rec.) Same authority also supplies 1682 as year 
of Nathaniel's birth, last line, 

TERRY, p. 813, Geer, m. Louisa Denslow, Nov. 15, 1798. 

Wid. Chloe had two children bap. Oct. 28, 1821. (E. W. C. R.) 

P. 813, 1. 2, Mary, b. 1633, m. Richard Goodman of Il.artford, Dec. 8, 1659. 
(Col. Rec.) 

P. 813, 1. 6, John. b. 1669-70, d. Dec. 30, 1670. (Col. Rec.) 

THRALL, p. 814, 1. 2, for 1798-9 read 1708-9. 

P. 814, 1. 9, Mary Roberts, wife of John, Jr.,i was probably the wife of 
Johu,''^ 23d line same page. 



126 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

P. 814, 1. 28, Chloe, b. July 27, 1771, was bap. with Eunice July 23, 1775. 
(N. S. R.) 

P. 814, 1. 29, David's wife was Jane . 

From Why. Ch. Rcc. — Oliver J. ni. Harriet Moore, Dec. 23, 1817. 

Isaac, m. Rlioda Phelps, Jan. 26, 1775 ; had Rhoda, bap. June 25, 1775 ; 
Linda, bap. Nov. 30, 1777; Isaac, bap. Feb. 19, 1781; Thomas, bap. Aug. 17, 
1783 ; Polly, bap. June, 1787 ; Patty, bap. Oct. 1790; Friend, bap. June 16, 
1793. 

John, had Elizabeth, bap. June 14, 1770; Eli, bap. June 26, 1774 ; d. Jan. 
23, 1775. 

The Wid. Elizabeth " the younger" had a dau. Elizabeth, who d. Aug. 
29, 1777. (N. S. R.) Wid. Elizabeth (prob. same as above), had Timothy, 
Elizabeth (see preceding) and Mary, bap. Aug. 4, 1776. (N. S. R.) The 
Wid. Thrall, had Mary, who d. Sept. 18, 1776. (N. S. R.) Probably all 
the same family. 

Jesse, had Nathaniel, bap. May 4, 1786; Marilla, bap. June 10, 1787; Jesse 
and Mehitable had Timothy, bap. Oct. 25, 1789 ; Anna, bap. Oct. 5, 1793; 
preceding from N. S. R. ; Elizabeth, bap. Oct. 2. 1796. ( W. C, R.) 

David, m. Zulima, had Henry, Maryj Sarah, Joel, all bap. Oct. 1, 1786; 
also Huldah, bap. Jan. 30, 1791; William, bap. July 27, 1794. (N. S. R.) 

Genealogy of Walter (son of Jesse, son of Samuel, son of John, Jr.,i son 
of Sgt. John) of Circleville, Ohio, furnished by him. 

P. 814, Samuel (son of John, Jr.,i line 9, son of Sgt. John, line 4), b. July 
11, 1737, m. Lucy Winchel of Windsor, and moved thence, before the Revo- 
lution, to Granville, Mass., and thence, in 1790, to Rutland, Vt., was an offi» 
cer in the French war, and a captain in the American army in Revolution. 
He was one of the insurgents in the Shay's Rebellion, for which it is said he 
lost his property. In 1788 he was a member of the Massachusetts Legislature, 
and d. in Vermont in 1821, oe. 84 yrs. He was an honest man, and had 
considerable influence, for many years was a member of Congregational 
Church. He had nine children, all of whom had large families, and six of 
whom moved to Rutland with him. One of his daughterg m. Eber Spelman 
of Stafford, Ct.; one son Worthy, d. in Windsor about 1816, a. 47, and left a 
good property ; he also had sons Jesse, Eliplias, Samuel and Aaron. 

Jesse, wife Mabel and family ; Eliphas and family, and Aaron's family, he 
being dead, all moved together from Vermont to Ohio, about 1815-16. 

Samoel, removed from Granville, Mass., to Granville, Ohio in 1805. 

TILTON, p. 816, 1. 1, Elizabeth, d. July 17, 1655. (Col. Rec.) 

TUDOR, p. 816, 1. 17, Owen's wife, " Wid. Mary Skinner " was the dau. 

of Loomis, she d. Aug. 19, 1680. They had Samuel and Sarah (twins), 

b. Dec. 5 (and another record says Nov. 26), 1652 ; Owen, Jr. b. March 12, 
1654 ; Mary, b. March 6, 1660, m. a Judson ; Jane, m. a Smith, and d. before 
1717. 

P. 816, 1. 23, Mart, b. 1690. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Marshall, and was 



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living in Oct. 1766, but divorced ; for interesting documents relative to tlie 
case, see Com. jSrch. Lotteries and Divorces, fol. 1, No. 107, et alios. They 
tlien lived at Torrington, Conn. 

P. 81 G, 1. 34, for Oliver read James. 

P. 817, Oliver,6 had Mary Ann, bap. May 15, 1803; David McC. bap. April 
7, 1805; Abigail, bap. July 5, 1807; Sophia, bap. April 19, 1818; Pauline, 
bap. Nov. 5, 1819. 

Elizabeth, had Eliza, bap. May 29, 1803. Henky, had Mary Sophia, bap. 
March 29, 1801. 

Samuel,4 the dates of his children's baptisms as follows : Naomi, April 8, 
1764 ; June 9, 1765 ; Sept. 10, 1769 ; Sept. 6, 1772. 

The daus. of John, Jr. i (line 9, page 814), Lucy, m. John Hathaway; 
Maky, m. Elisha Winchell; Mindwell, m. John Morand, 

P. 817, 1. 17. for Elknah read Elkanah. 

WADSWORTH, p. 817, Roger, m. Ann Prior, July 10, 1777. 

Horace, m. Electa Chandler, May 17, 1801. 

Lt. Timothy, had [Lucretia, bap. Sept. 16, 1781 ; , bap. Aug. 31, 1783. 

(Why. Ch. Rec.) 

WAKEFIELD, p. 817, 1. 37, Aden, m. Susanna Barney, March 12, 1794 ; 

WARDWELL, p. 818, add " Mariam," bap. Nov. 22, 1775. (Why. Ch. 
Rec.) 

WARNER, p. 818, 1. 20, Loomis, had Eli Whitney, bap, March 1, 1798. 
(W. C. R.) 

P. 818, 1. 1, Nathem read Nathan. 

Ann (line 5), Mr. Ebenezer (line 6) and Ebenezer, jr. (line 7), should pro- 
perly come under the head of Wardwell ; and the name of Abigail Warham 
belongs at the end of Warham record below. The date of Jane 2d, wife of 
Rev. Mr. Warham, should be April 23, 1645 ; Mrs. Abigail Branker was his 
3d wife. 

From Why. Ch. Rec. — George of W. (prob. one mentioned line 21, page 
818), m. Nabby Giiswold Mills, May 17, 1792; had Abigail, bap. July 3, 
1808; George Loomis, bap. Oct. 21, 1810. (W. C. R.) 

Plint (prob. one mentioned line 23, page 818), m. Charlotte Brown, June 
17, 1799. 

WATERS, John, m. Phebe Roberts, Sept. 29, 1768. John, had Samuel, 
bap. April 16, 1768. James (father unknown), bap. June 3, 1781. (Wby. 
Ch. Rec.) 

WATSON, p. 819, 1. 8, for 1749 read 1747, according to E. W. 0. 

P. 819, 1. 6, for 1730 read 1738, according to E. W. 0. ; see also Clark. 

P. 819, L 5, Jedidiah d. (not in Dec. 1641) but Dec. 17, 1741, in 76 yr. 

P. 819, 1. 14, for Aug. 10, read Aug. 19. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 819, 1. 21, Elizabeth, was daughter of Joseph Mather, and d. in 30tli 
yr. (E. W. 0.) 

P. 819, 1. 33, JoHN,6 d. a. LXXV. (E. W. 0.) His wife Hannah (see grave- 



128 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

stone, E. W. 0.), d. Dec. v, MDCCCXXVIL, se. LXXVII. In the same-E. 
W. O., are also monument of following children of John and Hannah; 
Frederic Bliss, b. Sept. 4, 1810, d. Sept. 17, 1810; Mary Alice, b. Oct. 10, 
1800, d. Jan. 1. 1809. 

Robert, d. Nov. 3, 1832, his wife Mehitable, d. April C, 1824, a. 49. (E. 
W. O.) Sophia, d. March 13, 1811, a. 12, (E. W. O.) Edmund, d. Dec. 24, 
1&43, a. 42; liis dan. Makia, by Hannali, liis wife, d. Feb. 28,1840, a. 3 
mo, (Sc.) 

WAY, p. 820, insert Hammonr m. Anne Potwine (?) June, 1777. 

WEBSTER, p. 821, Cyeenus (line 11). had also child, bap. Feb. 15, 1784 ; 
Warham, bap. Feb. 27, 1791. (E. W. C. R.) 

From Wby. Ch. iJec— Samuel, had Ashbel, bap. Dec. 17, 1741 ; d. a few 
days old; Elizabeth, bap. Jan. 30, 1743 ; Ashbel, bap. May 13, 1744; a child 
d. Feb. 22, 1746, a few min. old ; Rutli, bap. March 8, 1747 ; Samuel, bap. 
April 9, 1749; Micah, bap, March 17, 1751 ; Aaron, bap. Sept. 1, 1753 ; Timo- 
thy, bap. and d. Aug. 9, 1757 ; Anne, bap. Nov. 12, 1758 ; Timothy, bap. 
April 2C, 1761 ; Rachel, bap. April 8, 1764. 

Ashbel, had Lucy, bap. April 24, 1774, d, Sept. 2, 1775 ; Anna, who d, 
Sept. 6, 1775, a. about 24 ; Lucy, bap. May 2, 1779 ; Eunice, bap. May, 1781; 
Ashbel, bap. May 14, 1786. 

Sgt. William, had James bap. Nov. 16, 1740; Anna, bap. July 20, 1760 ; 
Joseph, bap. Feb. 14, 1762 ; Hezekiah, bap. March 30, 1766; William, bap. 
April 5, 1767 ; Daniel, bap. April 2, 1768 ; there were also two (twins) wlio d. 
Sept 6 and 9, 1748, a. a few days. 

William, Jr. had Asaph, bap. June 5,1768, d. Sept. 24,1779; Elijah 
Drake, bap. March 18, 1770 ; Elisha, bap. Aug. 9, 1772 ; Chloe, bap. April 17, 
1774, d. Oct. 2, 1775 ; Phineas, bap. June 23, 1776 ; Jehiel, bap. Oct. 10, 
1779 ; Chloe, bap. Nov. 4, 1781. 

James, had James, bap. Feb. 7,1768; Mary, bap. Oct. 15,1770; John, 
bap. May 9, 1773, d. June 23, 1775 ; John, bap. Nov. 12, 1775 ; Susanna, 
bap. May 9, 1779 ; Alanson, bap. June 4, 1793. 

Aaron, m. Mary Sheppard, July 1, 1778 ; Aaron, bap. June 28, 1779 ; 
Samuel, bap. Aug. 25, 1782 ; Polly, bap. Aug. 29, 1784; Electi (?) bap. 1786; 
Samuel, bap. Nov. 24, 1787; Charles Shepard and Therou,bap. Oct. 14, 
17.12. 

Asahel, m. Anna Atwell, July 22, 1778. 

Capt. Hezekiah, had Anna Harriet, bap, Feb. 23,1800; Hezekiah Good- 
win, bap. Bee. 14, 1800 ; David Hawley, bap. June 8, 1806 ; Wealthy Ann, 
bap. Oct. 7, 1810 ; Samuel, bap. Nov. 26, 1815, 

Joseph, had Joseph Case, bap. Jan. 11, 1801 ; also Ebenezer, Mebitable, 
Nancy, Daniel William. 

Ebenezer of W. m. Mary Willis of Farmington, July 5, 1807; had Hiram, 
Dwight, Ebenezer Wells, Mary Jane and William Wells, bap. Aug. 4, 1822» 
Sarah Jennette, Milo Merry, Martha Morilla, bap. Oct. 1, 1826. 



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ASAHEL, jr. m. Esther Bissell, Dec. 2, 1806 ; Wealthy Ann, m. Thomas 
Shepard, Jr. Feb. 14, 1802 ; Nancj, m. Edwin Griswold of Simsbury, April 
20, 1825. 

William's wife Mary d. May 6, 1754, a. about 44 ; Samuel, d. (at sea), 1772, 
a. about 2 (?) ; William d. March 21, 1779, a. 76 ; Ruth, d. Nov. 26, 1785, a. 
about 38 ; Samuel, d. Nov. 13, 1798, a. 84; Hezekiah's, inf. son a. 6 weeks, 
d. Nov. 15, 1798 ; Elizabeth (wid of Samuel), d. Sept. 24, 1799, in 77 ; David 
Hawley of Hezekiah, d. Jan. 29, 1809, a. 3; Joseph's son a. 2, d. Feb. 2, 
1809 ; Ebenezek's child d. Oct. 1812 ; Wealthy Ann of Hezekiah, d. April 11, 
1813, a 3 ; Jacob, d. Dec. 21, 1813, a. 91. James, s. of William (p. 821, 1. 3)» 
should be Williatn according to Wby. Ch. Rcc. 

WELCH, p. 821, 1. 17, Jekusha, m. William E. Tudor of E. W., June 3, 
1819. (W. C. R.) 

P. 821, 1. 19, Cynthia, m. Daniel Barker, June 3, 1819. (W. C. R), 

Julia, m. Stanton Babcock, Jan. 6, 1840. (W. C. R.) 

HopESTiLL and Ellis, had Ellis, Vine and Benjamin, all bap. Dec. 25, 1768 
(N. S. R.) ; Sarah, bap. March 24, 1770. (N. S. R.) 

WELLER, p. 821, Abner, m. Mary Griswold, April 1, 1784. 

P. 821, 1. 27, Ann, wife of Richard, d. July 10, 1655. The date given to 
Sarah should be of her hap. Insert also the name of John, bap. Aug. 10, 
1645. (Col. Rec.) 

WELLES, p. 821, Elisha, m, Huldah Clark, Nov. 7, 1784. Silas (E. W.) 
m. Anne Denslow, Nov. 10, 1790. Ursula, m. Josiah Corning, Oct. 15, 
1834. (W. C. R.) Timothy, m. Huldah Phelps, July 20, 1818. (W. C. R.) 
Thomas, had dau. Prudence, bap. Sept. 7, 1799. (W. C. R.) 

MosES, had , bap. Nov. 22, 1761 ; James, bap. Aug. 21, 1763 ; Silas, 

bap. June 9, 1765. 

Silas, had Samuel, bap. Nov. 3, 1793; , April 9, 1797; Julia, bap. 

Oct. 6, 1799 ; Justus Denslow, bap. Nov. 8, 1801 ; , bap. June 17, 1804. 

Noah, had , bap. June 23, 1782; , Feb. 15, 1784; , Nov. 4 

1787; , Feb. 21, 1790; Frederick, bap. March 18, 1792; Nancy, bap! 

April 12, 1795. The foregoing from E. W. C. R. 

WHALEMAN, p. 822, insert Ebenezee, had a child bap. August, 1776. 
(E. W. C. R.) 

Ralph G. m. Eunice Allyn, Oct. 28, 1829. Flora, m. Israel J. Palmer of 
Farmington, Oct. 3, 1828. (Wby. Ch. Rec.) 

WESTLAND, p. 822, 1. 28, Joseph, m. Lucina Rowell, Jan. 5, 1786 ; same 
line for Cota, read Catharine ; and for Grave, read Grove. In addition to 
these Joseph had Orma, bap. Aug. 14, 1791; Harvey, bap. June 15, 1800. 
(W. C. R.) 

Robert, m. LydiaCook, Sept. 19, 1785. Robert, Jr., m. Wid. Chloe Cook, 
1818. (W. C. R.) Jebusha (" adult "), dau. of Robert, bap. March 25, 1792. 
Trtphena (adult), dau. of Robert, bap. Aug. 3, 1794. (W. C. R.) " Waeham 
Pease of Tryphena," bap. Aug. 31, 1799. ( W. C R.) Hannah (see line 27) 
m. John Alderman, Aug. 23, 1802. 

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130 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

Oliver m. Louise Clement, May 26, 1793. 

WESTOVER, p. 822, insert Jonas, had Jonas, b, Sept. 20, 16G4. (Col. Rec.) 

WHITE, p. 822, Oliver, m. Lucy Wood, April 10, 1796. Henry of E. W. 
m. Jerusba Barber, June 9, 1825. (W. C. R,) 

WILLIAMS, p. 823, third line from bottom, I have reason to think that 
tliis Lucinda should be Lucretia. 

P. 823, 1. 23, Arthur, had Zebediah, b. Oct. 29, 1649. 

P. 823, 1. 24, John was buried April 18, 1681, having been m. 37 yrs.; his 
wife d. Aug. 3, 1665. 

P. 823, 1. 27, for Abiel, read Migail. 

P. 823, 1. 28, strike out the word " (Marshall ?)." 

P. 823, 1. 31, Nathaniel, m.;Mary Owen, Oct. 3, 1681 ; their dau. Mary b. 
1682. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 823, 1. 36, should read " the first female child that was born in Hartford." 
(Wind. Town Rec.) 

The following from E. W. C. R. — Ashbel, had Clarissa, bap. July 10, 1796; 
, June 26, 1808 ; , July 14, 1816. 

Ebenezer, had , bap. May 26, 1799 ; H— , June 7, 1801; William, Oct. 

16, 1803 ; , July 31, 1805 ; July 24, 1808. 

Jonathan, had Sarah, bap. May 1, 1803 ; Mary Ann, bap. June 7, 1807; 
Samuel, bap. July 2, 1809; Fa— , bap. July 26,1812; two children bap. 
Sept. 9, 1821. 

Joseph, had Owen D., bap. July 2, 1815 ; , Sept. 19, 1819 ; , June 

23, 1811. 

WILLIAMSON, p. 823, insert Ann (dau. of Elias), admitted to 1st Church 
Middletown, Conn., Nov. 19, 1727, by letter from Church in Windsor. (E. S.) 

WILLISTON, p. 823, insert William, m. Dolly Goodwin McLean, Oct. 27, 
179L 

WILSON, p. 824, I. 19, Eli, m. Ruth More, April 8, 1798, for her death 
see line 34. The words " and his wife who d. a. 62 ; m. Nov. 3, 1845," in 
line 19, evidently belongs elsewhere. 

P. 824, 1. 23, Calvin, b. in Stafford, Conn., was a Revolutionary soldier, 
and d. May 20, 1809, a. 54. His wife Submit, d. Dec. 10, 1840, a. 74. 

P. 824, 1. 28, Dea. Phinehas, m. Susannah Giles, Dec. 28, 1785, had Phine- 
has and Oliver, bap. April 20, 1788. (W. C. R.) 

P. 824, 1. 31, for Nov. 2, 1829, read Nov. 20, 1827. (W. C. R.) 

From Why. Ch. Rec. — Joel, Jr. (see line 12, page 824), m. Jan. 24, 1768, 
Grace Loomis, had Grace, bap. Oct. 1, 1755 ; Joel and Susannah, bap. March 
23, 1774 ; Susy, bap. Aug. 3, 1777 ; John, bap. Sept. 16, 1781 ; Deborah, bap. 
Aug. 31, 1783. 

Joel, Jr., had Olive, bap. Oct. 10, 1792 ; Annis, Orson Skinner and Olive 
bap. Aug. 4, 1822; Olive Cerelia, bap. June 1, 1823. 

Joseph, m. Candace Barber, March 7, 1811. Warren, m. Ruth Marshall, 
March 18, 1811. Ammi, m. Betsy Burr, July 3, 1828, 



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Joel, d. Sept, 20, 1797, a. 80. Joseph, d. Sept. 28, 1801, a. 64. Wid. 
Abiah, d. April 19, 1813, a. 70. Roxana, d. Sept. 26, 1826. 

HuLDAn, m. William Marsh of Hartford, May 9, 1822. (W. C. R.) 

P. 824, 1. 35, for No. 1 read No. 2. 

WILTON, p. 824, 1. 37, for Stanford read Stamford. (Col. Rec.) 

WINCHELL, p. 825, 1. 1, for 1638, read 1639. Phebe, d. May 23, 1662. 
(Col. Rec.) 

P. 825, 1. 3, for buried read died. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 825, 1. 4, for Bruson read Brunson. (Col Rec.) 

WING, p. 825, 1. 28, Samuel, m. Hannah ; " Aug. 22, 1769, d. Mrs. 

Joanna Wing, wife of Samuel, of a putrid fever after childbearing," a. 30. 
(N. S. R.) 

Moses (see line 30), Roger and Martha, children of Samuel and Hannah, 
bap. March 19, 1769. (N. S. R.) 

Samuel and Lydia, had Abigail, bap. Oct. 14, 1771 ; Samuel, bap. July 9, 
1775. (N. S. R.) 

P. 825, 1. 39, Lt. Samuel," " d, at Danbury in the service," July, 1777. (N. 
S. R.) There is some confusion in these Samuels, but I consider the date of 
the above as less authoritative than the other records. 

P. 825, 1. 34, Adeline, m. Oliver Kingsbiu-y of Coventry, April 29, 1805. 

Pliny, d. Aug. 5, 1834, a. 39. (W. C. R.) 

WITCHFIELD, p. 823, 1. 18, Col. Rec. says Elder W.'s wife d. July 27, 
1669. (Col. Rec.) 

From Col. i?cc.— WOLCOTT, P. 826, 1. 11, where, read whose ; p. 827, 1. 29, 
for 7th read 5th. 

P. 828, 1. 30, for July, read June. Henry, Jr., had also son Samuel, b. 
April 16, 1656 ; Hannah, b. March, 7, 1653. 

P. 828, 1. 37, the name of Henry's wife was Abia. 

P. 828, 1. 38, for Elizabeth, read Abidh. 

P. 828, 1. 38, Henry, b. 1667 ; d. May 14, 1667. 

P. 828, 1. 42, Samuel, b. 1679 ; d. 1690. 

Elizabeth, dau. of George, m. Gabriel Cornish of Westfield, Dec. 15, 
1686. 

P. 829, 1. 10, Curmin, read Curwin. 

P. 832, 1. 17, Roger, 8 after the death of his first wife, sued for the hand 
of Mrs. Eunice Ely of Springfield, Mass , as will be seen by the following 
(now first published), copied from the original in the possession of Mrs. E. 
Simmons of Windsor. The lady afterwards m. the Hon. Roger Newbury of 
Windsor: 

Windsor, Feby. 10, 1759. 

Madam : — As I have No other Way of Conversing with you than by Writ- 
ing I Embraced this opportunity by Mr. Wolcott to Let you know that I am 
in helth and must Tel you that when on ye 5 of June Last I committed to ve 
Dust the Richest Tresure 1 had in this World, and a Darkened Gloomy Pros- 



132 HISTORX OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

pect appeared on Every other Iiijojment in Life a sulilime Mantel Hung 
Round about nie, and so it Remained untill I Lad the Plesur of Waiting 
upon you, and then ye Innercens and oblidging Entertainment I met with 
Gave me sum Prospect, y'' my Dayes might acquire Durence — my sore might 
cease, and y« Long Night of affliction be in some mesur att an ende, if I 
might be a Partner in ye Pleasurs you Enjoye : it has been yc Greatest Plesur 
I ever Enjoyed in Life in Contributing to ye Happiness of her yt is now Re- 
moved Beyond my Care. But sliold you smile on my addresses, I hope to 
feall ye same Plesure In Doing Every Thing in my Powers to contribute to 
your Happiness, there is nothing I more Desier than to Give you full Evidence 
of my sincerity in this and Did I Believe this could not be obtained by so 
Near and Intimate. a Relation with you, I should be farr from Desiring it. But 
I should Ratlier still Remaine in a State of Moping Melancholy. I now with 
Impatiens Waight the Return of the hapy Hour when I hope to have ye 
Pleasur of Waiting upon you againe. My Days of Prosperity fly with Raysed 
and Impetuous forse, but ye hours of Affliction Especially when I have some 
Prospect of Deliverance and Happiness Before me — how slow Do the niinita 
Roale. 

Time seems to stand still and make a Pause, my fortin is all att you Dys- 
pocis, and how Ever you may Dyspose of it I sincerely Wish you a Long, 
Prosperous and hapy Life. I add no more except to answer you, I am your 

Affectionate friend and very 
Humble Servant, 

Mrs. Eunice Ely. Roger Wolcott. 

P. 832, 1. 29, a copy of an acrostic written by Dr. Alexander^ Wolcott, for 
his second wife (Mary Richards), before their marriage : 

Milder than light is my triumphant fair. 
As kind as angels; soft as evening air, 
Rich in her mind, in every state content. 
Young, modest, virtuous, chaste and innocent. 
Religious, pious, meek, sincere and good, 
lust to her friends, but truer to her God, 
Courteous to all, from affectation free. 
Haughty to none and very kind to me. 
Attached to truth whene'er it does appear, 
Rigid to none, though to herself severe. 
Dear to the world and to the heavenly powers. 
Such is the charmer whom my heart adores. 

The following f I om E. W. C. R. — Euh0 (mentioned in p. 833, 1. 35), son 
of Samuel,!- had Elihu, bap. June 5, 1808 ; Hannah McClure, bap. Jan. 26, 
1812; Samuel (mentioned line 38), bap. Nov. 21, 1813; Arthur, bap. Aug. 
27, 1815 ; , bap. Dec. 28, 1817 ; Nan—, bap. July 18, 1819. Ei-mu (per- 
haps same), had H— , bap. Oct. 10, 1824; , bap. Oct. 8, 182G. 

Ephraim (prob. tlie same ment. 1. 16, p. 832), had Betsy, bap. March 10, 
1793 : Ephraim, bap. Feb. 17, 1795. 

" Lt." et " Capt." et " Major " Abiel (prob. the same ment. 1. 15, p. 832), 



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had Urstila, bap. Jure 27, 1796; Sa— , bap. June 15, 1800; , June 17, 

1804. 

Talcott (prob. ment. 1. 31, p. 829), had children bap. Aprilj,8, 1798 ; Aug. 
25, 1799 ; Loj-ry (?), Dec. 11, 1803. 

P. 834, 1, 10, Sarah's birth according to E. W. C. R., was in 1764. 

P. 834, 1. 13, Parmenio,i5 had a child bap. April 14, 1793. 

Albert, had children Sept. 24, 1786 ; March 3, 1793 ; Laura, Nov. 2, 
1794; Oct. 29, 1797. 

Akoda, had children, bap. March 31, 1793 ; Nov. 23, 1796 ; a dau. Jan. 20, 
1799. 

P. 834, 1. 23, for 1683, read 1783. 

P. 834, 1. 25, to family of Dr. Christopher,i» add Philip, bap. June 8, 1704 ; 
m. Emily Marshall, July 11, 1817 (W. C. R.) ; Elizabeth, bap, March 18, 
1792 (W. C. R.); his son Dr. Christopher, m. Anna Gillet, Sept. 25, 
1806. 

P. 835, 1. 1, a Guy Wolcott, had Abigail, bap. Sept. 18, 1785. (W. C. R.) 
Can these two Abigails be the same ? Also to Guy,^i give the following 
children: Eleazer, bap. Feb. 10^ 1793; Henry, bap. Jan. 31, 1796; Anne, 
bap. Feb. 11, 1798. (All from W. C. R.) 

P. 835, 1. 18, Mart, dau. of Roger.^s was bap. July 17, 1791 ; add to this 
family also another dau. Sarah, bap. Sept. 24, 1796. 

P. 835, 5th line from bottom, for discovered, read considered. 

Frances (perhaps dau. of Alexander 2"), m. Archibald Rolston of Berthier, 

5. C, May 2, 1840. (W. C. R.) 

P. 836, the curious inscription to "B. W." should have been credited to 
the Windsor Grave Yard. 

WOOD, p. 836, an Obediah, had child bap. May 7, 1775. (E. W. C. R.) 
JAMES,2 m. S. Elmer both of E. W., Aug. 10, 1780 ; had child, bap Jan. 

6, 1782. (E. W. C. R.) 

Jonathan (last line but one, p. 836), had also child, bap. Dec. 13, 1778; 
two bap. Nov. ^8, 1779. 

WOODWARD, p. — , insert Ohver, m. Thankful Brown, 1772, had Wealthy 
Ann, bap. Oct. 18, 1770 ; Betty, bap. July 13, 1775 ; Oliver, bap. Aug. 6, 
1780 ; Eleanor, bap. Aug. 31, 1783; Elihu, bap. June, 1787. (Why. Ch. Rec.) 

WOODWORTH, p. 837, insert James, had Hosea and Pamela, bap. Jan. 14, 
1798; , Jan. 12, 1800. (E. W. «. R.) 

WRIGHT, Moses and Chloe had also children Polly and George, bap. 
August, 1788 ; Almira, bap. July 11, 1782 ; John, bap. Nov. 2, 1783 ; Jemima, 
bap. Aug. 21, 179] ; Eunice, bap. April 9, 1793 ; Esther, bap. Aug. 23, 1795. 

P. 838, 1. 19, for Chaplain, read Chapman. 

VERSTILLE, p. 842, had child, b.ap. May 11, 1788 ; William Henry and an- 
other were bap. Aug. 14, 1791 ; Peter, was bap. (the record says " St." Peter), 
April 7, 1793 ; Sheldon, bap. May 29, 180.3. (R. W. C. R.) 



134 HISTORY OP ANCIENT WINDSOR. 

WILLS, p. 842, JosnpA, m. Azubah Lamson, May 5, 1G70 ; his dau. Hannah 
was b. Aug. 24, 1682. (Col. Rec.) 

P. 842, the heading of Appendix No. 1, should be -Sir Richard SaltonstalVs 
letter, etc. 

P. 854, Note to Wine and Bread Accounts of the Windsor Church — It would 
seem as if the church in Mr. Warhara's day (the first communion in the 
record is dated before his death), in their zeal to imitate that planted by the 
apostles, may have made a regular meal of the communion service, instead of 
the practice of the present day. The large quantity of bread * and wine 
used — and the data of calculation in the record (the number of members, the 
number of communions, and quantities of bread and wine, all being given) 
are unusually full — would seem to indicate a " love feast " on a more hearty 
scale than is in accordance with the present custom. Still it may possibly 
be susceptible of some other explanation. 

J. Hammond Trumbull, Esq., of Hartford, Conn., some years ago received 
letters from England enquiring for evidence of such a practice in the early 
American churches, and in reply sent to his correspondent a copy of this 
record. 

* Supposed to be an average of about two ounces per each member.