Mary Hinckley

F, b. 11 July 1749, d. 23 June 1841
     Mary was born on 11 July 1749 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1,2 She was the daughter of Edmund Hinckley and Sarah Howland. She married Joseph Crocker in April 1770 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3 Mary died on 23 June 1841 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 91.3

Children of Mary Hinckley and Joseph Crocker

Citations

  1. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 78;.
  2. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 45.
  3. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 78.

Ebenezer Scudder

M, b. 25 May 1733, d. 8 June 1818
     His body was interred.1 Ebenezer was born on 25 May 1733 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of Ebenezer Scudder and Lydia Cobb. He married Rose Delap on 11 January 1759. Ebenezer died on 8 June 1818 at age 85.

Children of Ebenezer Scudder and Rose Delap

Citations

  1. [S338] Paul L. Chesbro, Osterville.
  2. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 312.

Rose Delap

F, b. 25 February 1739, d. 17 April 1812
      Mrs. Rose Scudder was a woman of great firmness and decision of character, and of untiring industry. She resided at Chequaquet, near Phinney's Mill, seven miles from the meeting house in the east parish, yet she often, on the Sabbath, walked to meeting, attended the morning and afternoon service, dined and took tea with her sister Catherine, and walked home in the evening, the whole distance by unfrequented roads, and more than one-half the distance through forest. She often traveled for miles to spend an evening, and at 9 o'clock walked home alone, nearly the whole distance through a dense forest. She spun much street yarn/ but she spun it for some purpose. She carried her knitting work with her, and knit as she walked on. She said her work was good company on a dark night. Her sons Ebenezer, Isaiah, Asa, Josiah and James, inherited the character of their mother, and were active business men, and successful in life. Thomas and Elizabeth, like their father, were mild and pleasant; but wanting in energy of character.
     

Rose was born on 25 February 1739 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1,2 She was the daughter of Captain James Delap and Mary O'kelly. She married Ebenezer Scudder on 11 January 1759. Rose died on 17 April 1812 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 73.2

Children of Rose Delap and Ebenezer Scudder

Citations

  1. [S186] Barnstable and Sand, Smith, Leonard , pg 90,.
  2. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , pg 312.

John Smith1

M
     John was born.2 He married Mary NN----. His body was interred in 1733 at East Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, East Windsor Old Cemetery. John died.

Child of John Smith and Mary NN----

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II.
  2. [S379] Boston Transcript.

Obidiah Dickinson

M, b. August 1702, d. 23 April 1782
     Obidiah was born in August 1702 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Eliphalet Dickinson and Rebecca Bronson. He married Hanah Rockwell on 22 November 1733.1 Obidiah died on 23 April 1782 at Stepney Parish, Rocky Hill, Connecticut, at age 79.1

Children of Obidiah Dickinson and Hanah Rockwell

Citations

  1. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572.

Hanah Rockwell

F, b. circa 1704, d. 23 May 1781
     Hanah was born circa 1704 at Middletown, Connecticut.1,2 She was the daughter of Capt. Joseph Rockwell and Elizabeth Foster. She married Obidiah Dickinson on 22 November 1733.3 Hanah died on 23 May 1781 at Stepney Parish, Rocky Hill, Connecticut.3

Children of Hanah Rockwell and Obidiah Dickinson

Citations

  1. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572;.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 14 pg 68.
  3. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572.

Capt. Joseph Rockwell

M, b. 1663, d. 1742
     Capt. was born in 1663.1 He was the son of John Rockwell and Deliverance Hawes. He married Elizabeth Foster on 1 February 1693/94 at Middletown, Connecticut.2,1 Capt. died in 1742.1

Children of Capt. Joseph Rockwell and Elizabeth Foster

Citations

  1. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 632.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 14 pg 68,.

Elizabeth Foster

F, b. 1 March 1671/72, d. 1753
     Elizabeth was born on 1 March 1671/72 at Middletown, Connecticut.1,2 She was the daughter of Edward Foster and Elizabeth Harris. She married Capt. Joseph Rockwell on 1 February 1693/94 at Middletown, Connecticut.3,4 Elizabeth died in 1753.4

Children of Elizabeth Foster and Capt. Joseph Rockwell

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 7 pg 164;.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 14 pg 65, Hartford Times.
  3. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 14 pg 68,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 632.

Eliphalet Dickinson

M, b. 1676, d. 9 September 1733
      Eliphalet operated a saw mill from 1713, held several town offices, and was called "housewright." He and Rebecca were buried at Rocky Hill Cemetery. Eliphalet Dickinson's will, dated 6 Feb. 1728, was proved 14 Sept. 1733, with inventory taken 30 Oct. 1733, amounting to 633:01:01lbs. Rebecca's inventory of personality, take May 1755, amounted to 19:05:04 lbs.
     
Occupation: Opp-Sawmill. Eliphalet was born in 1676 at Hatfield, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Sgt. Obadiah Dickinson and Sarah Beardsley. He married Rebecca Bronson on 24 November 1697 at Wethersfield or Farmington, Connecticut.2,3 Eliphalet died on 9 September 1733 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.4

Children of Eliphalet Dickinson and Rebecca Bronson

Citations

  1. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572.
  2. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 220.
  4. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 38 no.4 pg 115.

Rebecca Bronson

F, b. circa 1679, d. 2 May 1755
     Rebecca was born circa 1679.1,2 She was the daughter of Jacob Bronson and Mary NN----. She married Eliphalet Dickinson on 24 November 1697 at Wethersfield or Farmington, Connecticut.3,4 Rebecca died on 2 May 1755 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.5,2

Children of Rebecca Bronson and Eliphalet Dickinson

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 38 no. 4 pg 115,.
  2. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572.
  3. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 220.
  5. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 38 no.4 pg 115,.

Jacob Bronson

M, b. January 1640/41, d. March 1708/9
     Jacob was born in January 1640/41 at Hartford, Connecticut.1 He was the son of John Bronson and Frances Hills. He married Mary NN---- before 1675.2,3 Jacob Bronson was present at Isaac Bronson's christening on 28 November 1686 at Farmington, Connecticut.4 Jacob Bronson was present at Hannah Bronson's christening on 28 October 1688 at Farmington, Connecticut.5 He married Mary Andrews before 1689 at Farmington, Connecticut.6,3 Jacob died in March 1708/9 at Farmington, Connecticut, at age 68.7

Children of Jacob Bronson and Mary NN----

Citations

  1. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572; Connecticut, by Cutter pg 518.
  2. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 38 no.4 pg 113,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 101.
  4. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 38 no. 4 pg 116, Conn, by Cutter pg 518.
  5. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 38 no.4 pg 116, Conn, by Cutter pg 518.
  6. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 38 no.4 pg 113, History of Waterbury pg 138,.
  7. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 38 no. 4 pg 113.

Sgt. Obadiah Dickinson1

M, b. circa 15 April 1641, d. 10 June 1698
     Obadiah was born circa 15 April 1641 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.2,3 He was the son of Nathaniel Dickinson and Anna NN----. Obadiah removed to Massachusetts with his parents and to Hatfield in 1659. His house was burned by the Indians in 1677, and he and his child carried to Canada. He returned the next year and settled in Wethersfield, Ct. where he died. He held the military rank of sergeant. He married Sarah Beardsley on 8 January 1668/69 at Hadley, Connecticut.4,5,6 He married Mehitable Hinsdale before 20 September 1692 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.4,5 Obadiah died on 10 June 1698 at Wethersfield, Connecticut.

Children of Sgt. Obadiah Dickinson and Sarah Beardsley

Children of Sgt. Obadiah Dickinson and Mehitable Hinsdale

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title."
  2. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572.
  3. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", Vol. 152 p. 172.
  4. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572,.
  5. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 220.
  6. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.1 p.227.

Sarah Beardsley

F, b. circa 1648, d. 1692
     Sarah was born circa 1648.1 She was the daughter of William Beardsley and Mary Harvey. She married Sgt. Obadiah Dickinson on 8 January 1668/69 at Hadley, Connecticut.2,3,1 Sarah died in 1692.

Children of Sarah Beardsley and Sgt. Obadiah Dickinson

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.1 p.227.
  2. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 220.

Nathaniel Dickinson1

M, b. before 3 May 1601, d. 16 June 1676
     Nathaniel was born before 3 May 1601 at Billingborough, Lincolnshire, England.2 He was baptized on 3 May 1601 at Billingborough, Lincolnshire, England.1 He was the son of John Dickinson and Elizabeth NN----.3 He married Anna NN---- on 27 November 1623 at Billingborough, Lincolnshire, England.4,5
Little is know of Nathaniel's activities in England. He was no Doubt educated, signing the Billingborough bishop's transcript of 1633/4 with a firm hand. He was accordingly appointed town clerk both in Wethersfield and Hadley. A facsimile of an original letter of Nathaniel Dickinson, written in 1666, is reproduced in Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield.

Nanthaniel arrived in Wethersfield, Connecticut, between 26 June 1636 when his daughter Ann was baptized at Billingorough, and July 1638 when his son Samuel was born at Wethersfield. It is difficult to say what influences led nathaniel to emigrate. Perhaps he heard the Puritan doctrines from Rev. Simon Bradstreet, vicar of Horbling from 1596 to 1621. Rev. Bradstreet's son Simon went to Massachusetts in 1630 and rose to prominence in the government of the Bay Colony. Twelve miles to the east of Horbling and Billingborough, Rev. John Cotton expounded his Puritan views from the pulpit at Boston until he fled to New England in 1633. Nathaniel apparently spent little if any time in Massachusetts Bay Colony, and he was not among the Watertown contingent that settled Wethersfield in 1635.

Nathaniel held many positions of trust in the communities of Wethersfield and Hadley. He served on the jury of the Particular Court in 1642. After several years as de facto town clerk of Wethersfield, he was officially appointed to the office in 1645. He held this position until 1659, when he removed to Hadley, Massachusetts. Nathaniel Dickinson served as deputy to the Connecticut General Court from 1646 to 1659. He was elected selectman of Wethersfied in 1646. His homestall consisted of a house, barn and three acres of land in March 1649. In May 1653 he was a member of the committee to direct a contemplated expedition against the Dutch, and in October 1654 Nathaniel was one of the commissioners appointed to consult with the constables on the various Connecticut tows about "pressing men for the expedition into the Ninigret country." He was also active in church affairs, being a deacon of the Wethersfield church.

When dissension arose in the congregatons at Wethersfield, Hartford and Windsor, Nathaniel Dickinson and his son John were active in the organization of a new settlement under the leadership of Rev. John Russell. Nathaniel was one of the 59 men who signed the agreement to settle Hadley, Massachusetts, on 18 april 1659. He was selected to survey the original 59 home lots of eight acres each. In Hadley Nathaniel was again chosen town clerk in 1660. He took the freeman's oath on 26 March 1661, and the same year was a member of the committee to erect a meeting house.

Soon after the establishment of Hadley, settlers began taking up land on the west side of the Connecticut River. On 21 January 1660/1 Nathaniel was a member of the committee appointed to lay out home lots on the west bank. Twenty-eight lots were surveyed for the original propietors, among whom were sons Nathaniel, Samuel, and Obadiah, and stepson William Gull. These four were also among the petitioners for a separate township in 1667. The town of Hatfield was established in 1669. In his later years, Nathaniel, Sr., settled briefly in Hatfield but returned to Hadley shortly before his death.

Nathaniel was an original member of the Hampshire Troop, organized in March 1663/4 under Capt. John Pynchon. During King Philip's War, 1675-77, Nathaniel lost three sons - John, Joseph, and Azariah. Another son, Obadiah, was captured by the Indians and taken into Canada but escaped and returned in 1679. Nathaniel served as selectman, assessor, and school trustee at times and was a deacon in the Hadley church.

Nathaniel Dickinson died in Hadley on 16 June 1676. He wrote his will on 29 May 1676, ten days after his son John was killed in the Turner's Falls battle. The will was proved the following 26 September, and an inventory of his estate, totaling £502 2s 6d, was taken on 22 December 1676

I Nathll Dickenson Senr late of Hadfeyld now of Hadley in ye County of Hampshire upon Connecticutt do make and ordane this my Last will & testement as followeth.

Impr making a full surrender of myself Soul & Body unto ye handes of God my Creator & Jeus Christ my alone Saviour & Redeemer relying on him for all ye I need & hope for in this world & yt which is to Come & leaving my body to decent Buriall in hope of a Blessed Resurrection I doe Bestow yt Portion of Outward estate which ye Lord in his fatherlie mercy hath Blesed me with in manner following my debtes & funerall expences being first payd I doe give unto my son Nehemiah my house & Barn & homelott with all the preveledges & Appurtenances thereto belonging as alsoe one half of my meadow land in Hadley (except what is after accepted [excepted]) with the preveledgs and Apputenances thereto belonging to be to him & his heirs forever besides what was Thomas Websters.

I give to my Daughter in Law Dorcus Widow to my son Azariah fur acres & a half of meaddow Land Bounded by my son Thomas his Land East, Francis west, John Hubbard North & ye highway South to be her & her heirs for Ever. Further I give or abate to her all yt was my due for ye Rent of the rent of my Land from her & Also Doe give her yt money yt was due to me for my oxen, and also three Pounds yt was Due for a barrell (unpayd) of pork, all & every of ye premises I give to ye sd Dorcus as her own to be her & her heirs for Ever.

The rest of my meaddow in Hadly I doe give to be equally Divided betweene all my sons (except Nehemiah) and my Daughters Francis Dickenson and Hanah Clary which my executors shall either equally divide to all my aforesayd Children or else pay to Each their proportion of ye syd Landes as it shall be Prized on Country Pay within too yeares after my Decease to ym and their heirs for Ever.

To my son Thomas I give my house & Lot I Bought of Mr. Wattson he paying to Mr. Wattson ye thirty poundNathaniel Dickinson yt is yet Due for ye same or if like it not on those termes then it shall be Cast in among my Devidable Estate to my Children.

I give to my son Samll my house & homelott in Hatfeild to be to him & his heirs for Ever togher wth ye Preveleges & Appurtenances thereto belonging.

To my son Obadiah I give all ye Rest of my land in Hatfeild wth ye preveleges & Appurtenances thereto belonging to be to him & his heirs for Ever. And my meaning & will is that these my two sons Samuel & Obadiah shall be instead of it.

To my son William Gull I give yt three poundes wch he oweth me for a barll of Pork. All ye Rest of my estate I give to be equally devided amongst allmy sons, my Daughters Francis Dickinson & Hannah Clary having herein equall shares with there Brethren.

I do herby make & ordane my two sons Thomas & Nehemiah Executors of this my Last Will & testement hereunto as my Last will & testement have subjoyned my hand & seal this present 29 May 1676.

Nathaniel Dickenson
In the presence of Joseph Kellog [and] John Russell, Jur

The Desire of ye testator is yt ye share given unto Francis Dickenson may if she see meete be given to Samll Gilits Children.6
Nathaniel died on 16 June 1676 at Hadley, Massachusetts.2

Children of Nathaniel Dickinson and Anna NN----

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title."
  2. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572.
  3. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", Vol. 152 p. 167.
  4. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572,.
  5. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 220.
  6. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", Vol. 152 p.169.
  7. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", Vol. 152 p. 171.
  8. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", Vol. 152 p. 172.

Anna NN----1

F, d. before 24 March 1670
     She married John Gull circa 1620.2 She married Nathaniel Dickinson on 27 November 1623 at Billingborough, Lincolnshire, England.3,4 Anna died before 24 March 1670 at Hadley, Massachusetts.1

Child of Anna NN---- and John Gull

Children of Anna NN---- and Nathaniel Dickinson

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title."
  2. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572.
  3. [S44] Hudson-Mohawk, Reynolds, Cuyler , pg 1572,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 220.
  5. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", Vol. 152 p. 171.
  6. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", Vol. 152 p. 172.

William Beardsley

M, b. circa 1605, d. before 6 July 1661
     William was born circa 1605 at England.1 He married Mary Harvey on 26 January 1631 at Ilkeston, Derbyshire, England.2
     
     
      The family came over on the ship b. "Planter" r. of London, which sailed in 1635 and arrived Boston on 7 June. On the passenger list b. William r. was named as 30 years old, his wife Marie (the list was partly in French) as 26, daughter Mary, or Marie, 4, John, 2, and Joseph, 1/2 year. They came in the party of Rev. Adam Blakeman of St. Alban's Herts., England, proceeding first to Concord, Ma. and then to Hadley, Ma., in the Connecticut River Valley. Probably in 1638 they removed to Hartford, and the next spring to Stratford, among the original settlers there. One story states that Beardsley named the new plantation Stratford after his home in England.
     
      Jacobus says that William Beardsley was a mason, while Jones says he was a weaver. Whatever his trade, he was elected seven times deputy to the General Court from Stratford. Some of his descendants settled in Avon, NY. The inventory of his estate, taken 13 Feb. 1660, amounted to £333:15:08. A reference to widow Bearslye wife of William appears in 1688 in Stratford.
     
William immigrated to (an unknown value) on 10 April 1635.3 He Deputy for Stratford to Connecticut, 11 Sep 1645, 13 Sep 1649 (absent), 16 May 1650, 11 Sept 1651, 6 Oct 1651, 20 May 1652, 29 Oct 1653, 26 Feb 1656/7, 20 May 1658.

On 6 Oct 1651, William Beardsley was one of three men "propounded for Assistants to join with the magistrates for the executin of justice in the towns by the seaside. Committee to provision soliders, 18 September 1649. Committee to answer petition of Arthur Bostick (as "Goodman Beardsley")6 Oct 1659 on 11 September 1645 at Connecticut Court, Stratford, Connecticut. William died before 6 July 1661 at Stratford, Connecticut.4,5

Children of William Beardsley and Mary Harvey

Citations

  1. [S380] History of Strafford, by Oncutt.
  2. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.1 p.225.
  3. [S382] History of Stratford, by Oncutt.
  4. [S381] Hartford, Ct. by Barbour.
  5. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.1 p. 225.

Mary Harvey

F, b. 1605, d. after 28 March 1674
     Mary was born in 1605 at Ilkeston, Derbyshire, England.1 She was baptized on 5 June 1605 at Ilkeston, Derbyshire, England.2 She married William Beardsley on 26 January 1631 at Ilkeston, Derbyshire, England.3 Mary Harvey died after 28 March 1674.3

Children of Mary Harvey and William Beardsley

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.1 p 225.
  2. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.1 p. 225.
  3. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins, v.1 p.225.

John Rockwell

M, b. 18 July 1627, d. 13 September 1673
      John married first Sarah Ensign, by whom he had three daughters.
     

John was born on 18 July 1627 at prob. England.1 He was the son of Deacon William Rockwell and Susanna Capen. He married Sarah Ensign on 6 May 1651 at Windsor, Connecticut.2 He married Deliverance Hawes on 18 August 1662 at Windsor, Connecticut.1 John died on 13 September 1673 at age 46.1

Children of John Rockwell and Deliverance Hawes

Citations

  1. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 631.
  2. [S115] Roberts , pg 631.

Deliverance Hawes

F, b. 1640
     She married Robert Warrener.1 Deliverance was born in 1640.2 She was the daughter of Richard Hawes and Ann Clapp (?) She married John Rockwell on 18 August 1662 at Windsor, Connecticut.2

Children of Deliverance Hawes and John Rockwell

Citations

  1. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 781.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 631.

Deacon William Rockwell1

M, b. before 6 February 1591, d. 15 May 1640
      William came to New England, originally from Somerset, on the ship "Mary and John", in 1630 with his wife Susannah and their two children, Joanna and John. As one of the Deacons of the Dorchester Church, William Rockwell signed the land grants and town records, together with William Gaylord, Rev. Maverick and Rev. Warham. He was a freeman in the first group, application Oct. 19, 1630. He stayed in Dorchester until after 1636, and received a land grant in Windsor in 1637.
     

      "The Mary and John" weighed 400 tons, took 70 days for the passage, and brought 140 passengers.
     
     
Deacon was born before 6 February 1591. He was christened on 6 February 1591.2 He was the son of John Rockwell and Honor Newton. He married Susanna Capen on 14 April 1624 at Holy Trinity, county Dorchester, England.3,4 Deacon died on 15 May 1640 at Windsor, Connecticut.5

Children of Deacon William Rockwell and Susanna Capen

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S96] Rockwell Family, Rockwell, Francis W. , pg 189.
  3. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 388,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 632.
  5. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 388.

Susanna Capen1

F, b. 11 April 1602, d. 30 November 1666
     Susanna was born on 11 April 1602 at Dorchester, England.2 She was the daughter of Bernard Capen and Joan Purchase or Purchis. She married Deacon William Rockwell on 14 April 1624 at Holy Trinity, county Dorchester, England.3,4 She married Matthew Grant after 1640/41.2 Susanna died on 30 November 1666 at age 64.2

Children of Susanna Capen and Deacon William Rockwell

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 88.
  3. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 388,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 632.

John Howe

M, b. 9 September 1671, d. 19 May 1754
     His will dated 1754, value 535£.
John was born on 9 September 1671 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of John Howe and Elizabeth Ward. He married Rebecca Joslin before 1695 at Marlboro, Massachusetts.2,3,4 John Howe was present at Peter Howe's christening on 8 May 1695 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.5,6 He married Ruth Eager on 18 June 1740 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.6 John died on 19 May 1754 at Marlborough, Massachusetts, at age 82.7 John had his will probated in 1754 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.6

Children of John Howe and Rebecca Joslin

Citations

  1. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 382, 383.
  2. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 383;.
  3. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71, pg 256,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 392.
  5. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , Vol1 Pg 148;.
  6. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 383.
  7. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 256.

Rebecca Joslin

F, b. 14 May 1672, d. 22 September 1731
     Rebecca was born on 14 May 1672 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Nathaniel Joslin and Sarah King. She married John Howe before 1695 at Marlboro, Massachusetts.2,3,4 Rebecca Joslin was present at Peter Howe's christening on 8 May 1695 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.5,6 Rebecca died on 22 September 1731 at Marlborough, Massachusetts, at age 59.6

Children of Rebecca Joslin and John Howe

Citations

  1. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71 pg 256.
  2. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 383;.
  3. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 71, pg 256,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 392.
  5. [S46] Mayflower Families, 5 Generation Series , Vol1 Pg 148;.
  6. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 383.

John Howe

M, b. 1640, d. 20 April 1676
      John probably had other children born earlier. He was killed by Indians in Sudbury, the Probate Records say his "housings destroyed by the Indians".
     
John was born in 1640 at Marlborough, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of John Howe and Mary NN----. He married Elizabeth Ward on 22 January 1662/63 at Marlboro, Massachusetts.2,3 John died on 20 April 1676 at Sudbury, Massachusetts.1

Children of John Howe and Elizabeth Ward

Citations

  1. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 381.
  2. [S65] Marlborough MA, Hudson, Charles , pg 381,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 392.

Mary Ann Smith

F
     She married Harry Ashley in 1836.

Issac Marksbury Brown

M, b. 27 September 1828, d. 8 July 1908
     Issac was born on 27 September 1828 at Putman County, Indiana.1 He was the son of Francis Menifield Brown and Martha (Patsy) Marksbury. He married Lydia Stamm on 25 October 1855 at New Hebron, Crawford County, Illinois.2


Burried, 10 July 1908, Old Robinson Cemetery, Robinson, Crawford Co., IL.



Issac died on 8 July 1908 at bur. Old Robinson Cemetery, Robinson, Crawford, Illinois, at age 79.

Children of Issac Marksbury Brown and Lydia Stamm

Citations

  1. [S383] D/C Charles Brown (179/3115) Crawford Co., IL,.
  2. [S534] Brown papers, D/C Charles E. Brown (176/3115) Crawford Co. IL.

Lydia Stamm

F, b. 3 March 1834, d. 1 June 1912
     Lydia was born on 3 March 1834 at Ohio or Pennsylvania. She married Issac Marksbury Brown on 25 October 1855 at New Hebron, Crawford County, Illinois.1


Burried, 3 June 1912, Old Robinson Cemetery, Robinson, Crawford Co., IL.


Lydia died on 1 June 1912 at Crawford, Illinois, at age 78.

Children of Lydia Stamm and Issac Marksbury Brown

Citations

  1. [S534] Brown papers, D/C Charles E. Brown (176/3115) Crawford Co. IL.

Benjamin Francis Brown

M, b. 7 October 1856, d. 10 June 1939
     Benjamin was born on 7 October 1856 at Robinson (near), Crawford County, Illinois. He was the son of Issac Marksbury Brown and Lydia Stamm. He married Jennie Jane Lewis on 21 December 1881. Benjamin died on 10 June 1939 at age 82.

Ellis Nicolas Brown

M, b. 12 September 1859, d. 22 September 1932
     Ellis was born on 12 September 1859 at Crawford, Illinois. He was the son of Issac Marksbury Brown and Lydia Stamm. He married Mary Ella Willison on 26 April 1883 at Robinson, Crawford, Illinois. Ellis died on 22 September 1932 at age 73.

Marion Isaac Brown

M, b. circa 1868, d. 18 January 1954
     He married Ruth NN----. Marion was born circa 1868 at Crawford, Illinois. He was the son of Issac Marksbury Brown and Lydia Stamm. Marion died on 18 January 1954.