Susannah Smith

F, b. 5 October 1699, d. after 1764
     Susannah was born on 5 October 1699 at Hartford, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Nathaniel Smith and Esther Dickinson. She married Thomas Hale on 11 January 1721/22 at Glastonbury, Connecticut.1 Susannah died after 1764 at Lanesboro, Massachusetts.1

Children of Susannah Smith and Thomas Hale

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 40.

Nathaniel Smith

M, b. October 1664, d. circa 1711
      Rev. Ephraim, first teacher of Windsor, Ct. His will can be found in Trumbull's Coll.
     . Nathaniel was born in October 1664 at Hartford, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Joseph Smith and Lydia Huit. He married Esther Dickinson on 9 July 1686 at Hartford, Connecticut.2 Nathaniel Smith was present at Esther Smith's christening on 30 March 1702.3 Nathaniel Smith was present at Jerusha Smith's christening on 6 September 1702.3 Nathaniel Smith was present at Mercy Smith's christening on 8 September 1706.3 Nathaniel Smith was present at Gideon Smith's christening on 10 October 1708.3 Nathaniel Smith was present at Joseph Smith's christening on 13 November 1709.3 Nathaniel had his will probated on 7 January 1711/12 at Hartford, Connecticut.4 Nathaniel died circa 1711. He was present at Esther Smith's christening on 10 March 1712/13.3

Children of Nathaniel Smith and Esther Dickinson

Citations

  1. [S461] Hartford, Ct by Barbour pg 543.
  2. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 40.
  3. [S83] Hartford, CT, Barbour, Lucius.
  4. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman.

Esther Dickinson

F, b. 22 January 1674/75
     She married Hezekiah Porter. Esther was born on 22 January 1674/75 at Hadley, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Dickinson and Hannah Crow. She married Nathaniel Smith on 9 July 1686 at Hartford, Connecticut.2 Esther Dickinson was present at Esther Smith's christening on 30 March 1702.3 Esther Dickinson was present at Jerusha Smith's christening on 6 September 1702.3 Esther Dickinson was present at Mercy Smith's christening on 8 September 1706.3 Esther Dickinson was present at Gideon Smith's christening on 10 October 1708.3 Esther Dickinson was present at Joseph Smith's christening on 13 November 1709.3 Esther Dickinson was present at Esther Smith's christening on 10 March 1712/13.3

Children of Esther Dickinson and Nathaniel Smith

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II,,0.
  2. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 40.
  3. [S83] Hartford, CT, Barbour, Lucius.

Nathaniel Smith

M, b. 20 January 1697/98
     Nathaniel was born on 20 January 1697/98 at Hartford, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Nathaniel Smith and Esther Dickinson.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 40.

Abigail Smith

F, b. 5 December 1704
     Abigail was born on 5 December 1704 at Hartford, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Nathaniel Smith and Esther Dickinson.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 40.

Mercy Hale

F, b. 3 November 1724
     Mercy was born on 3 November 1724 at Glastonbury, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Hale and Susannah Smith.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 43.

Thomas Hale

M, b. 25 July 1726, d. 22 November 1739
     Thomas was born on 25 July 1726 at Glastonbury, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Thomas Hale and Susannah Smith. Thomas died on 22 November 1739 at Glastonbury, Connecticut, at age 13.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 43.

Moses Hale

M, b. 29 July 1728
     Moses was born on 29 July 1728 at Glastonbury, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Thomas Hale and Susannah Smith.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 43.

Jerusha Hale

M, b. 8 August 1730, d. 7 December 1747
     Jerusha was born on 8 August 1730 at Glastonbury, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Thomas Hale and Susannah Smith. Jerusha died on 7 December 1747 at age 17.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 43.

Mabel Hale

F, b. 17 July 1732
     Mabel was born on 17 July 1732 at Glastonbury, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Hale and Susannah Smith.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg43.

Nathaniel Hale

M, b. 30 August 1734
     Nathaniel was born on 30 August 1734 at Glastonbury, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Thomas Hale and Susannah Smith.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 43.

Thomas Hale

M, b. circa 1654, d. 23 December 1723
      "Thomas Hale was one of those who petitioned, May 1682, for liberty to erect a plantation in the Wabaquassit country. Capt. Samuel Welles and Mr. Thomas Hale of Glastonbury were licensed to keep taverns, 12 Apr. 1720, by the Hartford County Court.
     
     
      Thomas Hale, Sr. of Glastonbury conveyed 30 Dec. 1713, for love, to his son, Thomas Hale Jr., of Glastonbury, 55 acres in the Five Mile Purchase. He conveyed, 17 Nov. 1714, for love, to his son, Timothy Hale, 100 acres in the Five Mile Purchase. He again conveyed, 16 Nov. 1723, in separate deeds, to these two sons, further lands. On 11 Jan 1723, John Hubbard and Thomas Kimberly as committee for the Town, laid out to Thomas and Timothy Hale of Glastonbury 209 acres in the Five Miles Tract, "being granted to their Father Thomas Hale last of Glastonbury decd."
     
     Sources: Colonial Records of Connecticut 3:99
      Glastonbury Deeds, 2:75, 93, 206, 207; 3:59
Ibid., 4:173, 174;6 : 336; 9:227
     _New England Hist. and Gen. register, 85:42, 43, 46
     Glastonbury Deeds, 5:526
Ibid 5:340
L.W. Case, Hollister Family of America 1886, 57.
Thomas was born circa 1654 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Samuel Hale and Mary Smith. He married Naomi Kilbourn on 30 October 1679 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.2,3 Thomas died on 23 December 1723 at Glastonbury, Connecticut.1

Children of Thomas Hale and Naomi Kilbourn

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 21.
  2. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 21,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 333.

Naomi Kilbourn

F, b. circa 1656, d. 17 May 1735
     Naomi was born circa 1656 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Sergeant John Kilbourn and Naomi NN----. She married Thomas Hale on 30 October 1679 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.2,3 Naomi died on 17 May 1735 at Glastonbury, Connecticut.1

Children of Naomi Kilbourn and Thomas Hale

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 21.
  2. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 21,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 333.

Sergeant John Kilbourn

M, b. before 29 September 1624 (chr, d. 9 April 1703
      John was mad Sergeant of the Wethersfield Train Band, May 1657. He served Wethersfield as Deputy, Oct. 1660, May 1661, May 1662.
     
     
      The will of John Kilbourn, of Weathersfield, yeoman, dated 24 Sept. 1688, proved 4 May 1703, gave to son John Kilbourn, besides what he had received, land on the east side of the Great River, purchased from the Indians; to son Thomas Kilbourn, remainder of land a Naubuck and 6lbs; to daughter Naomi Hale, besides what she had received, "my silver beaker and one pair of sheets"; wife Sarah Kilbourn half my housing and homelot on the Broad Street; to son Ebenezer Kilbourn the other half of the home lot and his mother's half at her death; to daughter Sarah Crane, 15lbs besides what she had received; to son George Kilbourn, house and homelot on Bell Lande and a silver spoon marked "G.M.G.K."; to daughter Mary Kilbourn, 38lbs, George to pay 10lbs of it; to son Joseph Kilbourn, various lands; to son Abraham Kilbourn, lands; residue to wife, she and Ebenezer Kilbourn to be executors. Witnesses: Samuel Boreman, Samuel Butler.
     . He was a yeoman. John was born before 29 September 1624 (chr at Wood Ditton, county Cambridge, England. He was christened on 29 September 1624 at Wood Ditton, county Cambridge, England.1 He was the son of Thomas Kilbourn and Frances Moody. John immigrated to New England on 15 April 1635.2 He married Naomi NN---- in 1650 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.3,4,5 He married Sarah Bronson circa 1662 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.6,5 John died on 9 April 1703 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.7

Children of Sergeant John Kilbourn and Naomi NN----

Children of Sergeant John Kilbourn and Sarah Bronson

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 21 and 656.
  2. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 38 no.4 pg 204.
  3. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 21;.
  4. [S111] Bassett Family, Bassette, Buell , pg 139,.
  5. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 436.
  6. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 656; Hartford, Ct by Barbour,.
  7. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 656.

Naomi NN----

F, d. 1 October 1659
     Naomi was born.1 She married Sergeant John Kilbourn in 1650 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.2,3,4 Naomi died on 1 October 1659 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.5

Children of Naomi NN---- and Sergeant John Kilbourn

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 21 and 656.
  2. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 21;.
  3. [S111] Bassett Family, Bassette, Buell , pg 139,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 436.
  5. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 656.

Naomi Hale

F, b. 30 September 1680, d. 20 May 1752
     Naomi was born on 30 September 1680 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Hale and Naomi Kilbourn. Naomi died on 20 May 1752 at East Middletown, Portland, USA, at age 71.1

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 23.

Mary Hale

F, b. 20 November 1682, d. 3 May 1756
     Mary was born on 20 November 1682 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Hale and Naomi Kilbourn. Mary died on 3 May 1756 at Glastonbury, Connecticut, at age 73.1

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 23.

Ruth Hale

F, d. before 1735
     Ruth was born at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Hale and Naomi Kilbourn. Ruth died before 1735.1

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 24.

Timothy Hale

M, b. circa 1692, d. 9 August 1784
     Timothy was born circa 1692 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Thomas Hale and Naomi Kilbourn. Timothy died on 9 August 1784.1

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 24.

Eunice Hale

F, b. circa 1698, d. 1775
     Eunice was born circa 1698 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Hale and Naomi Kilbourn. Eunice died in 1775 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 24.

Samuel Hale

M, b. circa 1615, d. 9 November 1693
      Samuel Hale came early to New England, probably by 1634 and it is likely that he and his sister Martha were with their brother Thomas when he came to Hartford, CT in 1635 though there is no record of their being at Roxbury, MA with Thomas. If they did not accompany Thomas, it is certain that they soon joined him, for Samuel was in Hartford when the Pequot War broke out in 1637 and volunteered as a soldier. For this service he received a lot in Soldier's Field, Hartford and on 11 May 1671 the General Court "grants Sam Hale of Wethersfield, sixty acres of land, to his service and gave the sixty acres to his son Ebenezer.
     
     
      He served on juries while residing in Wethersfield 4 Sept. and 9 Nov. 1643. On 4 Dec. 1645 he was fined twenty nobles "for his misdemeanor by excess in drinking," but was again called for jury duty, 1 Oct. 1646. In 1647 he was a selectman of Wethersfield.
     
     Glasstonbury November 13, 1639
     
     
      An inventory of the estate of Sam Hale Senr deceased the 9th of this Instant-taken by us - Eleazr Kimberly and Joseph Hill select men:
     
      _______________________________________________lb.
     
     ____Impr. Hiss apparrell_______________________08
     ____Item: bedsteads bedds and bedding__________10
     ____Item: gun sword and belt and flash_________02
     ____Item: pewter platters pots and basons______01
     ____Item: brasse and Iron vessels______________03
     ____Item: books________________________________01
     ____Chests 1lb: wooden vessells and sieve______01
     ____Item: beetle rings wedges axes and
     _____________________other Iron implements_____01 ____Item: Tramel tongs fire pan smoothing
     __________________________Iron and heaters_____01
     ____Item: Corn in the Chamber and in the barn__14
     ____Item: hops; tobacco; hay___________________04
     ____Item: flaxe, cowes, calf___________________10
     ____Item: swine, horse, mares, colts___________10
     ____Item: 24 pound yarn________________________02
     ____Item: 2 brand Irons, chairs and wheels,
     __________________________hives of bees________01.
     






He married Phebe Bracy.1 Samuel was born circa 1615 at England.1 Samuel immigrated to (an unknown value) circa 1634. He married Mary Smith circa 1643.2,3 Samuel died on 9 November 1693 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1

Children of Samuel Hale and Mary Smith

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 3.
  2. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 3,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 333.

Mary Smith

F, b. circa 1624
     Mary was born circa 1624 at England.1 She was the daughter of Reverend Henry Smith and Dorothy Cotton. She married Samuel Hale circa 1643.2,3

Children of Mary Smith and Samuel Hale

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 3.
  2. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 3,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 333.

Reverend Henry Smith

M, b. circa 1588, d. 1648
     He was a minister.
     
     
      The Origin of Rev. Henry Smith
has not been ascertained. He may have been the Henry Smith who matriculated from Kings College, Cambridge, ab., 1619-20; Fellow of Kings. A letter written by his son, Samuel Smith, from Hadley, 1 Jan. 1698-9, to his own son, states:
     
     
      "My Revered Father was ordained Minister of ye Gospelle, educate at Cambridge in England and Came to this Land by reason of ye Great Persecution by which ye infamous Archbishop Laud and ye Black Tom Tyrante (as Mr. Russell was always wont to call ye Earl of Stratforde) did cause ye reign of his Majesty Charles ye Firste to loose favor in ye sight of ye people of England. My Father and Mother came over in 1636-37, firste to Watertown which is near Boston, & after a year or two to Wethersfield on ye great River, where he became ye firste settled pastor... My Parents had brought both Men Servants & Maid Servants from England.... I so well remember ye Face & Figure of my Honored Father. He was 5 foote, 10 inches tall & spare of builde, tho not leane. He was as Active as ye Red Skin Men and sinewy. His delighte was in sportes of strengthe & withe his own Hands he did helpe to reare bothe our owne House & ye Firste Meetinge House of Weathersfield, wherin he preacht yeares too fewe. He was well Featured & Fresh Favoured with faire Skin & longe curling Hair (as neare all of us have had) with a merrie eye & sweet smilinge Mouthe, tho he colde frowne sternlie eno' when need was...
     
     
      My mother & sister did each of em kill more yan one of ye gray Howlers [wolves] & once my oldest sister shot a Beare yt came too neare ye house. He was agood fatte onne & keept us all in meate for a good while. I guess one of her Daughters has got ye skinne. As most of ye Weathersfield settlers did come afoot throu ye Wilderness & brought with em such things only as they did most neede at ye firste ye other things was sent round from Boston in Vessels to come up the River to us. Some of the shippes did come safe to our Weathersfield, but many were lost in a grate storm. Amongst em was onne which held alle our beste things. A good many yeares later, long after my Father had died of the grate fever & my mother had married Mr. Russell & moved to Hadley, it was found yt some of out things had been saved & keept in ye fort which is by ye River's Mouthe, & they was brought to us. Most of em was spoilt with Sea water and Moulde especially ye Bookes & ye plate. Of this there was no grate store, only ye Tankard, which I have, and some spoones, divided amongst my sisters, which was alle so black it was long before any could come to its owne colour agen, & Mr. Russell did opine yt had it not been so it might not have founde usage, but he was sometimes a little shorte of ye Charity which thinketh no Evil, at ye least I was wont to think so when his Hand was to heavy on my Shoulders & I remembered ye sweetnesse & ye Charity of my firste Farther."
     . He married Dorothy Cotton.1 Henry was born circa 1588 at county Leicester, England.2,3 He was the son of Erastus Smith and Margaret Cecil. Henry died in 1648 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.4

Children of Reverend Henry Smith and Dorothy Cotton

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 3.
  2. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 21,.
  3. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , (1933) pg 7.
  4. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 730.

Dorothy Cotton

F, b. circa 1603, d. 1694
     She married Reverend Henry Smith.1 Dorothy was born circa 1603.1 She married John Russell in 1649.2 Dorothy died in 1694 at Hadley, Massachusetts.2

Children of Dorothy Cotton and Reverend Henry Smith

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 3.
  2. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 730.

Phebe Bracy

F, b. circa 1631, d. 19 January 1711/12
     She married Samuel Hale.1 Phebe was born circa 1631.1 Phebe died on 19 January 1711/12 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 3.

Martha Hale

F, b. 2 October 1643
     Martha was born on 2 October 1643 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Hale and Mary Smith.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 8.

Samuel Hale

M, b. 7 February 1644/45
     Samuel was born on 7 February 1644/45 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Samuel Hale and Mary Smith.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 8.

John Hale

M, b. 21 February 1646/47
     John was born on 21 February 1646/47 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Samuel Hale and Mary Smith.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 8.

Mary Hale

F, b. 29 April 1649
     Mary was born on 29 April 1649 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Hale and Mary Smith.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 8.

Rebecca Hale

F, b. 29 October 1651
     Rebecca was born on 29 October 1651 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Hale and Mary Smith.

Citations

  1. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 8.