Richard Treat

M, b. 14 February 1662/63
     Richard was born on 14 February 1662/63 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Richard Treat and Sarah Coleman.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 35.

Mary Treat

F, b. 8 October 1666
     Mary was born on 8 October 1666 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Richard Treat and Sarah Coleman.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 35.

Thomas Treat

M, b. 12 December 1668
     Thomas was born on 12 December 1668 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Richard Treat and Sarah Coleman.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 35.

Thomas Coleman

M, b. circa 1600, d. 1 October 1674
     Thomas was born circa 1600 at Evesham, co. Worcester, England.1 Thomas immigrated to (an unknown value) circa 1634.2 He married NN---- NN---- before 1635 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.3,4 Thomas died on 1 October 1674 at Hadley, Connecticut.5

Children of Thomas Coleman and NN---- NN----

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 241; Treat Family pg 35.
  2. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, g 242.
  3. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 241,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 171.
  5. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 241.

Richard Treat

M, b. 28 August 1584, d. 1669
     Richard was born on 28 August 1584 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 He was the son of Robert Trott and Honora (Honour) NN----. He married Alice Gaylard on 27 April 1615 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2,3 Richard immigrated to (an unknown value) after 1637/38.
     
     
      Richard Treat was born in Pitminster, probably in the hamlet of South Trendle, now the parish of Trull, Somerset, England. He was baptized under the name of Trott, married under the name of Trett, his children were baptized by the names of Trott and Tratt, and we was called Treat when he died.
     
     
      Mr. Treat must have been a man of high social standing and much influence in the town of Wethersfield, and in the colony of Connecticut. This is evident from the various positions of trust occupied by him. Titles once something. Not ever one as at the present day, had Esq. attached to their names. Even the prefix Mr. or Master was a mark of importance. It was then a title fully as high as Honorable is now. Generally speaking, not more than five freemen in a hundred had the title of Mr. and very few of the duties and magistrates.
     
     
      Mr. Treat was also a man of considerable wealth for those times and an extensive land owner in Wethersfield. At the laying out of the Nabue farms, which consisted of lands on the east side of Connecticut river, within the limits of what was then Wethersfield, but now Glastonbury, in 1640, or as early as 1639 the town gave him a large tract of land, lot NO. 36,310 rods wide by the river, computing south from Roaring Brook, and extending back a long ways into the wilderness, some three miles. The exact size of this "farm of Nabue", and long know as the "Treat Farm".
     
     "The Treat Family."
      He was Bench & Bar between 1644 and 1665 at Deputy General Court 1644-1657 ~Magistrate 1657-1665, Connecticut. Richard died in 1669 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.4,5

Children of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylard

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 16 and 26.
  2. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 16,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 753.
  4. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 711;.
  5. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 16 and26.

Alice Gaylard

F, b. before 10 May 1594 (chr. date, d. after 1670/71
     Alice was born before 10 May 1594 (chr. date at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was christened on 10 May 1594 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2 She was the daughter of Hugh Gaylard.1 She married Richard Treat on 27 April 1615 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.3,4 Alice died after 1670/71.2

Children of Alice Gaylard and Richard Treat

Citations

  1. [S601] Louis Finnell, Huguenot Ancestors, p. 104.
  2. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 26.
  3. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 16,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 753.

Honor Treat

F, b. 1616
     Honor was born in 1616 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylard.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 31.

Joanna Treat

F, b. 1618
     Joanna was born in 1618 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylard.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 31.

Sarah Treat

F, b. 1620
     Sarah was born in 1620 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylard.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 31.

Robert Treat

M, b. 1624
     Robert was born in 1624 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 He was the son of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylard.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 31.

Elizabeth Treat

F, b. 1627
     Elizabeth was born in 1627 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylard.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 31.

Susanna Treat

F, b. 1629
     Susanna was born in 1629 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylard.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 31.

Alice Treat

F, b. 1631
     Alice was born in 1631 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylard.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 31.

James Treat

M, b. 1634
     James was born in 1634 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 He was the son of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylard.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 31.

Katharine Treat

F, b. 1637
     Katharine was born in 1637 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylard.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 31.

Robert Trott

M
     Robert was born at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England. He was christened at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 He was the son of Richard Trott and Joanna NN----.
     
     
      The Taunton Manor Registers contain the following:
     
     
      1571, Poundisforde. "Robert Troote for 4 acres of overland pasturage in the Tything of South Trendle by surrender of William willes. Mr. Trott probably resided in the southern part of Trendle, now Trull, a hamlet in the parish of Pitminster. His will, 1598, was probated in Taunton, file vii, No. 105, old
     . He married Honora (Honour) NN---- before 1564 at prob. Pitminster, England.1 Robert Trott was present at Alice Trott's christening between 4 February 1564 and 1565 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 Robert Trott was present at John Trott's christening on 10 September 1570 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2 Robert Trott was present at Mary Trott's christening between 6 February 1575 and 1576 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2 Robert Trott was present at Agnes Trott's christening between 18 February 1577 and 1578 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2 Robert Trott was present at Tamsen Trott's christening on 26 May 1581 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2 His body was interred on 16 February 1599/0 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1

Children of Robert Trott and Honora (Honour) NN----

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 15.
  2. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 16.

Honora (Honour) NN----

F
     Honora died. She married Robert Trott before 1564 at prob. Pitminster, England.1 Honora (Honour) NN---- was present at Alice Trott's christening between 4 February 1564 and 1565 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 Honora (Honour) NN---- was present at John Trott's christening on 10 September 1570 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2 Honora (Honour) NN---- was present at Mary Trott's christening between 6 February 1575 and 1576 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2 Honora (Honour) NN---- was present at Agnes Trott's christening between 18 February 1577 and 1578 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2 Honora (Honour) NN---- was present at Tamsen Trott's christening on 26 May 1581 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2 Her body was interred on 17 September 1627 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1

Children of Honora (Honour) NN---- and Robert Trott

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 15.
  2. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 16.

Hugh Gaylard

M, d. 1614
     Hugh was born.1 He was the son of Nicholas Gaillard. He was living in 1573 at Taunton Manor, England.2 Hugh Gaylard was present at Alice Gaylard's christening on 10 May 1594 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2 Hugh died in 1614.3 Hugh had his will probated in 1614 at in probate court Taunton. His body was interred on 21 October 1614 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.2,3

Children of Hugh Gaylard

Child of Hugh Gaylard

Citations

  1. [S400] THE TREAT FAMILY PG. 26.
  2. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 26.
  3. [S601] Louis Finnell, Huguenot Ancestors, p. 103.
  4. [S601] Louis Finnell, Huguenot Ancestors, G.

Alice Trott

F, b. before 4 February 1564/1565 (
     Alice was born before 4 February 1564/1565 ( at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England. She was christened between 4 February 1564 and 1565 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Robert Trott and Honora (Honour) NN----.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 15.

John Trott

M, b. before 10 September 1570 (chr
     John was born before 10 September 1570 (chr at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England. He was christened on 10 September 1570 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 He was the son of Robert Trott and Honora (Honour) NN----.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 16.

Mary Trott

F, b. before 6 February 1575/1576 (
     Mary was born before 6 February 1575/1576 ( at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England. She was christened between 6 February 1575 and 1576 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Robert Trott and Honora (Honour) NN----.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 16.

Agnes Trott

F, b. before 18 February 1577/1578
     Agnes was born before 18 February 1577/1578 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England. She was christened between 18 February 1577 and 1578 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Robert Trott and Honora (Honour) NN----.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 16.

Tamsen Trott

F, b. before 26 May 1581 (chr. date
     Tamsen was born before 26 May 1581 (chr. date at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England. She was christened on 26 May 1581 at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Robert Trott and Honora (Honour) NN----.

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 16.

Richard Trott

M, d. circa 1571
     Richard Trott was present at Robert Trott's christening at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 Richard was born.2 He was the son of William Trott.
     
     
      In the Taunton Manor Calendar we find his name in Staplegrove, 1510; Poundsford, 1534; and Otterford, 1527, 1540. See the register book for 1571 (p. 15), where son Robert inherits a lease surrendered by Richard Trott.
     . Richard Trott was present at John Trott's christening. Richard Trott was present at John Trott's christening. Richard Trott was present at William Trott's christening. Richard Trott was present at Tamsen Trott's christening.3 He married Joanna NN---- before 1543.2 Richard died circa 1571 at prob. Pitminster, England.2

Children of Richard Trott and Joanna NN----

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 15.
  2. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 14.
  3. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 14.

Joanna NN----

F
     Joanna NN---- was present at Robert Trott's christening at Pitminster, South Trendle, county Somerset, England.1 Joanna died. She was present at John Trott's christening. Joanna NN---- was present at John Trott's christening. Joanna NN---- was present at William Trott's christening. Joanna NN---- was present at Tamsen Trott's christening.2 She married Richard Trott before 1543.3 Her body was interred on 14 August 1577 at Otterford, England.3

Children of Joanna NN---- and Richard Trott

Citations

  1. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 15.
  2. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 14.
  3. [S51] Treat Genealogy, Treat, John Harvey , pg 14.

Francis Menifield Brown

M, b. 10 May 1790, d. 21 July 1867
      Francis Menifield Brown was born in Virginia. He was the son of William Brown. It is believed that his mother was the daughter of James Strother and her mother a Coleman. It is believed that Francis was born in Fauquier or Culpeper County because of a civil court case his father, William Brown, was involved in, indicating his presents in these counties about the time Francis was born.
     

      1791, Francis arrived in Garrard County, Kentucky as an infant with his family. This is known due to the father's civil court case summons and the fact that he was proceding to Kentucky at the same time. A brother of William Brown stated to the sheriff of Culpepper County, Virginia that William was in Fauquier County and was in the process of leaving for Kentucky.
     
     
      1 September 1812 Francis took a six month military enlistment for A.B. Bell and participated in the War of 1812. He served as a private in Captain James Anderson's 7th Company of Lt. Col. William Jennings 2nd Regiment-Kentucky Militia. Also serving as privates with him was John Blankenship and William Marksbury.
     
     
      Francis Brown served all through the War of 1812 as a Private in Captain Anderson's and Davidson's Companies, Second Regiment Kentucky Volunteers Militia. And in the battle of the Thames in Canada, he saw Tecumseh killed. The Indian and Colonel Whitley were locked in a death embrace and had killed each other with knives.
     
     
      25 March 1813 Francis was discharged from military enlistment. His pay per month was $6.66 for a total of $39.96 for six months. 20 may 1813 Francis reenlisted for another six months. 19 November 1813 Francis was discharged from military enlistment. Pay per month was $8.00 for a total of $48.00. Allowance for his horse per day was $.40 for a total of $73.60 for the same period. 10 November 1814 Francis reenlisted for another six months and participated in the War of 1812. Served as a private in William Phillips Company of Lt. Col. Gabriel Slaughter's Regiment-Kentucky Detached Militia. Also serving in the same Regiment, but in the 7th Company of Cpt. William Woods, was John Blankenship as a private. The unit participated in the New Orleans Campaign. 10 May 1815 Francis was discharged from Military enlistment and the War of 1812 was ended. Pay per month was $8.00.
     
     
      1818 Poll Tax List shows 31 acres of land on Boone Creek, Garrard Co. KY for Francis Brown. 1821 Poll Tax Lists shows 30 acres of land of Boone Creek, Garrard Co., KY for Francis Brown and one black person above the age of 16 years. 1822 Poll Tax List shows 50 acres of land on Boone Creek, Garrard Co., KY and one black person above the age of 16 years. Also shows 5 children, but Francis only had 4 children at this time unless one black person is included in the total count. Another child could not have been born and died to be in the count. 1823 Poll Tax List no longer shows Francis M. Brown from this date on. He is believed to have moved to Washington Co., IN. 7 May 1827 Francis was appointed a road supervisor in Washington Co., IN (probably in Jackson Township). Nicholas S. Smith, (husband of Martha Brown's aunt, Elizabeth (Radcliff) Smith, was also there working as an extra hand for another supervisor in the same line of work. Washington County, Indiana was a predominately Quaker settled area.
     
     
      13 December 1827 Francis and Martha Brown made a government land purchase from the District Land Office at Crawfordville, Indiana while they were living in Washington County, Indiana. The Land consisted of 160 acresin the NE 1/4 section, T15N, R4W (deed entry record, page 107) Monroe Township, Putnam County, Indiana. Land certificate #6077 dated 2 April 1829. 1831 Francis M. Brown supposedly went to Crawford Co., Illinois where the town of Robinson now stands to look over the area before relocating his family to this area. He probably went to see Nicholas S. and Elizabeth (Radcliff) Smith and stayed with them during his visit. 14 September 1832, upon returning from his trip to Crawford Co., IL, he decided to sell out and move. Francis M. and Martha Brown sold most of their land to John Coombs for $600.00 located in the NE 1/4 of section 9, T15N, R4W less 40 poles square in the NE corner of the NE 1/4 of section in Monroe Township, Putnam Co., IN (deed record B, page 429). Witness: Rober C. Brown and William Brothers. Francis sold a 40 poles square parcel in the NE corner of the NE 1/4 of section 9, T15N, R4W to Daniel Banks (his nephew and son of William and Elizabeth (Brown) Banks for $40.00 (deed record D, page 257).
     
     
      1832 Francis M. Brown came to Crawford Co., IL to the east side of the village of Robinson (which did not exist at this time) and entered 160 acres of land. He was a native of Virginia, from whence he had gone to Garrard Co., Kentucky, thence to Washington and Putnam Counties, IN, and finally to Crawford Co., IL. Nicholas S. Smith, a family connection of Brown's, had settled here, and it was through the representation of the former that Francis came here. The journey was made in a big schooner wagon drawn by two yoke of oxen. In this was bestowed the household effects, the wife, and so many of the eight children as could not make part of the way on foot. Two cows and a mare and colt completed his whole wordly possession, aside from the entry price of his land. On arriving here, the family found shelter in a deserted cabin built by William Patton, on the site of the old brickyard. Francis's land lay just beyond the limits of the present village, to the northeast, and when the question of erecting a cabin on this property came, there as the proposed site, a pleasent grove situated on a little knoll just east of the village, but Martha, always accustomed to wooded country, feared such an exposed situation, and desired the cabin built on lower ground in the edge of the timber. It was finally left to vote of the children, who, sharing the prejudices of their mother, decided in favor of the low land and timber. 30 November 1832 Francis M. and Martha purchased their first parcel from the District Land office in Palestine, Illinois consisting of 158.27 acres ($1.25 per acre) for $197.83 in being the NE 1/4 of section 34 T7N R12W in Crawford Co., Illinois. The land later became part of the town of robinson located in the northwest part. 1 September 1834 Francis M. Brown receives from the U.S. Government the certificate of ownership for the 158.27 acres that was acquired at the public land sale at Palestine, Illinois on 30 November 1832.

     
     
      Francis, Martha Brown and a daughter are buried in the Davis Cemetery north of Robinson.
     
     


Francis was born on 10 May 1790 at Farquier, Virginia.1,2 He was the son of Colonel William Brown and NN---- Menefee. He married Martha (Patsy) Marksbury on 19 February 1814 at Garrard County, Kentucky.3 Francis died on 21 July 1867 at age 77.1,2 His body was interred on 23 July 1867 at in Davis Cemetery Crawford County, Illinois, USA.4

Children of Francis Menifield Brown and Martha (Patsy) Marksbury

Citations

  1. [S191] Crawford County Hist., Crawford County , pg 35,.
  2. [S224] Brown, Francis M., Knotts, H.W.
  3. [S535] Brown papers.
  4. [S191] Crawford County Hist., Crawford County , pg 35.

Martha (Patsy) Marksbury

F, b. 28 May 1798, d. 22 November 1856
     Martha was born on 28 May 1798 at Garrard County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Isaac Marksbury and Susana Radcliff. She married Francis Menifield Brown on 19 February 1814 at Garrard County, Kentucky.1 Martha died on 22 November 1856 at Robinson (near), Crawford County, Illinois, at age 58. Her body was interred on 24 November 1856 at in Davis Cemetery Crawford County, Illinois, USA.

Children of Martha (Patsy) Marksbury and Francis Menifield Brown

Citations

  1. [S535] Brown papers.

NN---- Waugh

M
     NN---- died.

Child of NN---- Waugh

Robert Waugh

M, b. circa 1724, d. 6 October 1802
     Robert Waugh married Ruth Gitteau. Robert was born circa 1724 at Litchfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of John Waugh and Margaret NN----. Robert died on 6 October 1802 at Litchfield, Connecticut.1

Citations

  1. [S77] Litchfield, CT, Woodruff, George C.

Thomas Waugh

M, b. 1727
     Thomas was born in 1727 at Litchfield, Connecticut. He was the son of John Waugh and Margaret NN----.