Elizabeth NN----

F
     Elizabeth died.

Elizabeth NN-----

F
     She married David Sweasy.

Child of Elizabeth NN----- and David Sweasy

Capt. Ephraim White

M, b. 29 December 1677, d. 2 January 1752/1753
     He married Sarah Herrick. Capt. was born on 29 December 1677 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.1 He was the son of James White and Ruth Stratton. Capt. died 2 January 1752/1753 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.1

Children of Capt. Ephraim White and Sarah Herrick

Citations

  1. [S143] Early Hist. of South, Howell, George R. , pg 400.

Sarah Herrick

F, b. 1682, d. 12 October 1756
     She married Capt. Ephraim White. Sarah was born in 1682.1 She was the daughter of William Herrick and Mehetabel NN----. Sarah died on 12 October 1756 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.2,3

Citations

  1. [S144] American Compendium, Virkus, Frederick , vol 5 pg 101.
  2. [S144] American Compendium, Virkus, Frederick , vol 5 p. 101,.
  3. [S143] Early Hist. of South, Howell, George R. , pg 400.

James White

M, b. circa 1655, d. 21 August 1694
     

      Wills Suffolk County
     18 June 1694
     
      James White
of Southampton in ye County of Suffolk and province of New York being in perfect strength of mind and memory though weak in body do make this my last Will and Testamit. viz: first I give and bequeath my soul unto her make who at first gave it and body to ye Earth from whence it was taken and to be decently buried.
     
      Secondly I give unto my eldest son Ephraim my dwelling house and housing with my home lot ye said house stands on here adjoining to ye main Street of ye town and my close on ye southside of ye path as we go to ye Water Mill that I had part of lot Burnat being 25 acres or upwards and my close of land at Halsey"s Neck on ye east side of ye path being about eleven acres and a half and ye two acres over ye way between Thomas Coopers deceased land and Thomas Topping and all my meadow at North Sea and a lot of meadow at Potunke and a hundred of meadow and upland at Ogdens Neck all which premises of housing and lands and meadows I give unto my son Ephraim aforesaid forever only ye use of whic is hereafter reserved for my wife, and a fifty of commonage-
     
      Thirdly I give and bequeath unto my second son James White my home lot between Samuel Cooper and Ichabob Cooper and my close of land at ye old town bounded north by John Jessups land, east by Major Howells land and south by Joseph Piersons land and west by ye highway and 12 acres in ye great plains two were of in ye firs neck and five in Halseys Neck eight acre lots and one acre and half in Capt. Neck ten acre lots and one acre and half in oxpasture south division and two acres in a wood lot in ye north division in ye oxpasture and a lot of salt marsh meadow at Aquabogue and fifty pound lotment in Ogdens Neck of upland and meadow and all my pound commonage throughout all which land and premises I give unto him said son James forever except what I shall reserve for ye use of my wife-
     
      Fourthly I give and bequeath unto my third son Steven White all that my hundred of land at Saggaponnuck being about 20 acres and a lot of land in Hogneck and a lot of meadow belonging to said Hogneck division near Easthampton line all which said land and meadow I give unto him ye said Steven forever when he comes to ye age of twenty one years.
     
      Fithly I give unto my son Charles White all my smiths tools and ten pound in current money of this Province-
     
      Sixthly I give unto my daughter Sarah White 30 pounds in current money of this Province aforesaid.
     
      Seventhly I give all ye rest of my moveable estate to my his wife his sole Executrix for ye well and faithful administration of all and singular ye goods chattels and credits of ye said deceased to whose care and trust was committed ye same being duly sworn to execute and perform her duty herin according to ye tenor of said will and ye laws of this province.
     
     

James was born circa 1655.1 He was the son of John White and Ann Cooper. He married Ruth Stratton on 24 November 1675 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.2 James died on 21 August 1694 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.3

Children of James White and Ruth Stratton

Citations

  1. [S507] Hartford Times 2140 (5-8-43).
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 805.
  3. [S143] Early Hist. of South, Howell, George R. , pg 400.

Ruth Stratton

F, d. circa 1694
     Ruth Stratton was the daughter of John Stratton and Sarah. She married James White on 24 November 1675 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.1 Ruth died circa 1694.

Children of Ruth Stratton and James White

Citations

  1. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 805.

John White

M, d. 1662
     John was born.1
     
     
      Two families of this name cme to Southampton, the first, that of John b. White, about 1644. He was a resident of Lynn in 1630, freeman there in 1633, and made freeman in Southampton in 1647. The other family descended from the seventh pastor of the church, Rev. Sylvanus White, who was the son of Rev. Ebenezzer
White, of Bridgehampton. Both of these families, however, are said to have common ancestor, Thomas White of Weymouth, MA. He was Reprensentative in General court in 1636 and 1637. He die August 1679, leaving , according to Farmer, 1st Joseph of Mendon; 2 Samuel of Weymouth, b 1642, admitted freeman 1666, representative 1679, and died without issue, 3d Thomas of Braintree, 4th Hannah, who m. John Baxter, and 5th Ebenezer b. 1648, and died Aug. 24, 1703, and father of Rev. Sylvanus of Southampton. John, the first of this name is Southampton, is thought to be another son of Thomas of Weymouth, not being mentioned in his will, because he died in 1662, before his father. This is possible as Thomas of Weymouth was born in 1599.
     
     
He married Ann Cooper before 1630.2 John died in 1662 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.1

Citations

  1. [S143] Early Hist. of South, Howell, George R. , pg 400.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 805.

Ann Cooper

F
     Ann Cooper was the daughter of John Cooper and Wibroe NN----. She married John White before 1630.1 She married Zerubbabel Phillips.2

Citations

  1. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 805.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 805, 579.

John Stratton

M, d. circa 1685
      John Stratton moved to East Hampton, his name being in the list of the nine first settlers of that town. The earliest record know of John Stratton of East Hampton, Long Island.
      "November 19, 1644. The petition that was presented by John Stratton and Thomas Talmage Junior, for the quiet and peaceable inioyment of the lott betwixt them which formerly was graunted unto widow Bancroft, was graunted and consented unto by the Generall Court prouided that they shall keep, improue and possesse the sayd lott in theire handes three yeares after the tyme yt was by the sayd widdow Bancroft giuen unto them."

      In the list of property holders and land in East Hampton, Long Island, June 10, 1652;
      " John Straton ffouer ackers vppon the litel plaine be it more or lese bounded with the hieway South and Thomas Talmage unior West and on the North parte agt Luke Lillie and part agt Richard Stratton and the hieway East.
     
     

He married Sarah before 1645 at Salem MA or East Hampton,LI,NY.1 John died circa 1685 at East Hampton, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York.2

Citations

  1. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 717.
  2. [S142] Southold LI Queries , October 18, 1912.

Sarah

F
     Sarah was born.1 Sarah died. She was the daughter of Captain Ralph Bancroft. Sarah was also known as Bancroft. She married John Stratton before 1645 at Salem MA or East Hampton,LI,NY.2

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 17 pg 20.
  2. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 717.

William Herrick

M, b. 1654, d. 1708
      This family is without question descended from the Herricks of Leicestershire in England, as the crest of that family is engraved on the tombstone of William Herrick, the son of James Herrick, the first of the name in Southampton. This is said because at the time of the death of William Herrick men in this country had not begun to use arms, as they did at a later period and do now, to which they are not entitled. From the Genealogical Register of the Herrick family, issued by Jedediah Herrick in 1846, we learn that "in the year 1598 was granted, from the Herald's office, unto Robert and William Herick, the sonnes of John Herick, the sonne of Thomas Herick alias Erick of Houghton, in the countie of Leicester, gentleman, and their posteritie forever, a certeyne crest or badge, namelie: on a wreathe of their couloures a bull's head argent, yssuing forthe of a laurell garland. The mussel, eares and hornes tipped sable. To be a fesse verray, orr and gules. Motto: "Virtus omnia nobiltat."
     
     

William was born in 1654 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.1 He was the son of James Herrick and Martha Topping. He married Mehetabel NN---- circa 1680 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.2,3 William died in 1708 at Southampton, Long Island, New York.1

Citations

  1. [S143] Early Hist. of South, Howell, George R. , pg 294.
  2. [S143] Early Hist. of South, Howell, George R. , pg 294,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 366.

Lawrence Brindley

M
     Lawrence died. Lawrence was born at Willenhall, county Stafford, England.1,2 He was the son of Christopher Brindley. He married Flecher.2

Child of Lawrence Brindley

Child of Lawrence Brindley and Flecher

Citations

  1. [S142] Southold LI Queries , January 6, 1905 (1656);.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 37 pg 383.

Richard Brinley

M
     Richard was born at Willenhall, county Stafford, England.1,2 He was the son of Lawrence Brindley and Flecher. He married Joanne Reeve.

Child of Richard Brinley and Joanne Reeve

Citations

  1. [S142] Southold LI Queries , January 6, 1905 (1656);.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 37 pg 383.

Joanne Reeve

F, b. circa 1567
     She married Richard Brinley. Joanne was born circa 1567 at Exeter, co. Devon, England.

Child of Joanne Reeve and Richard Brinley

Benjamin L'hommedieu

M
     Benjamin was born.1 He was the son of Benjamin L'hommedieu and Patience Sylvester.

Citations

  1. [S142] Southold LI Queries , May 25, 1905 (1935).

Hosea L'hommedieu

M
     Hosea was born.1 He was the son of Benjamin L'hommedieu and Patience Sylvester.

Citations

  1. [S142] Southold LI Queries , May 25, 1905 (1935).

John L'hommedieu

M
     John was born.1 He was the son of Benjamin L'hommedieu and Patience Sylvester.

Citations

  1. [S142] Southold LI Queries , May 25, 1905 (1935).

Silvester L'hommedieu

M
     Silvester was born.1 He was the son of Benjamin L'hommedieu and Patience Sylvester.

Citations

  1. [S142] Southold LI Queries , May 25, 1905 (1935).

Peter L'hommedieu

M
     Peter was born.1 He was the son of Benjamin L'hommedieu and Patience Sylvester.

Citations

  1. [S142] Southold LI Queries , May 25, 1905 (1935).

Patience L'hommedieu

F
     Patience was born.1 She was the daughter of Benjamin L'hommedieu and Patience Sylvester.

Citations

  1. [S142] Southold LI Queries , May 25, 1905 (1935).

Susan L'hommedieu

F
     Susan was born.1 She was the daughter of Benjamin L'hommedieu and Patience Sylvester.

Citations

  1. [S142] Southold LI Queries , May 25, 1905 (1935).

Barnabas Horton

M, b. 13 July 1600, d. 13 July 1680
      The name Horton came from the English word "horr" meaning "ravine" or "a town in the ravine".
      Baranabas Horton
      may have been from the small hamlet of Horton, Buckinghamshire, England; fourteen miles from London and four miles from Leighton Buzzard. However, more likely he was born on 13 July 1600 in Mowsley, (Mousley) Leicestershire, England. An historically important area, Leicestershire was the earldom of Simon b. de Montfort, leader of the baron's revolt against Henry III which brought about the first parliament. Leicester Castle, a Saxon stronghold, was rebuilt by Normans in 1086. Cardinal Wolsey died in the abbey there in 1530. Mowsley, however, eventually disappeared from English maps.
     
     
      According to Warren Hall's 'Pagans, Puritans, Patriots of Yesterday's Southold", Barnabas Horton was a "big, strong, ruddy-faced, genial man" who was a baker by trade, but could make a living doing almost anything.
     
     
      In 1635, Anne Smith Horton and their two young children emigrated with Barnabas on board the "Swallow" to settle in Hampton, Massachusetts where Barnabas had a grant of land. Captain Jeremiah or Jeremy Horton was master and owner of the "Swallow" from 1635 to 1638. On October 21, 1641, with a different wife, Barnabas was one of the organizers of the Congregational Church of the new town of Southold, Long Island.
     
     
      As a leading citizen of Southold, he went on to serve as deputy of the General Court in New Haven during years between 1654 and 1664. He became a freeman of Connecticut Colony in 1662 and was on of the town's patentees, along with his son Joshua in 1676. Barnabas built the first frame home on eastern Long Island. Barnabas and four of his sons are said to have had the most land and wealth 1188 pounds worth - of the 82 taxpayers of Southold in 1675. Agriculture was the main source of their wealth. A new crop, tobacco, had brought them high prices abroad giving them a lucrative business. The new industry also brought slaves to the area. In the late 1600's, there were 800 whites, 40 Indians and, 41 blacks in Southold.

Barnabas was born on 13 July 1600 at Mowsley, county Leicestershire, England.1 He was the son of Joseph Horton. He married Anne Smith? in 1621 at Leicestershire.2,3 He married Mary Langton circa 1640.1 Barnabas died on 13 July 1680 at Southold, Long Island, Suffolk County, New York, at age 80.4,5

Children of Barnabas Horton and Anne Smith?

Children of Barnabas Horton and Mary Langton

Citations

  1. [S146] Southold Connections, Jacobson, Judy , pg 34.
  2. [S146] Southold Connections, Jacobson, Judy , pg 34,.
  3. [S183] Hortons in America, Horton, George F. , pg 1.
  4. [S146] Southold Connections, Jacobson, Judy , pg 34;.
  5. [S148] Yarmouth Nova Scotia, Reamy, Martha & Bill , pg 72.

Capt. Jonathan Horton

M, b. circa 1648, d. 27 February 1707/8
      Jonathan Horton was the first Captain of the first company of cavalry ever organized in Suffolk Co., L.I., NY, and his brother Joshua was 1st Lieutenant of the same company.
     
      He and his wife were worthy members of the Southold Church, and highly esteemed in all the relations which they sustained.
     
     

Capt. was born circa 1648 at Southold, Long Island, Suffolk County, New York.1 He was the son of Barnabas Horton and Mary Langton. He married Bethia Wells circa 1672 at Southold, Long Island, Suffolk County, New York.2,3 Capt. died on 27 February 1707/8 at Southold, Long Island, Suffolk County, New York.4,1

Children of Capt. Jonathan Horton and Bethia Wells

Citations

  1. [S146] Southold Connections, Jacobson, Judy , pg 34.
  2. [S146] Southold Connections, Jacobson, Judy , pg 34,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 389.
  4. [S142] Southold LI Queries ,,.

William Wells

M
     William was born.1

Child of William Wells

Citations

  1. [S141] Long Island Families, Hoff, Henry B. , pg 484.

William Kinge

M, b. circa 1595, d. before 1652
     
William and Dorothy and their four children embarked from Weymouth, England before 20 March 1635. Settled at Salem, propritor., freeman 1636, juryman 1637. Had land at the head of Bass river, 1638.



William was born circa 1595 at England.1 He married Dorothy Hayne (?) on 17 February 1616/17 at England.2,3 William Kinge was present at Mehitabel King's christening on 25 October 1636 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 William Kinge was present at John King's christening on 11 September 1638 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 William Kinge was present at Deliverance King's christening on 31 October 1641 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.4,1 William died before 1652 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.1

Children of William Kinge and Dorothy Hayne (?)

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 271.
  2. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 271,.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 440.
  4. [S141] Long Island Families, Hoff, Henry B. , pg 483,.

Dorothy Hayne (?)

F, b. circa 1601
     Dorothy was born circa 1601 at county Suffolk, England.1,2 She married William Kinge on 17 February 1616/17 at England.1,3 Dorothy Hayne (?) was present at Mehitabel King's christening on 25 October 1636 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.4 Dorothy Hayne (?) was present at John King's christening on 11 September 1638 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.4 Dorothy Hayne (?) was present at Deliverance King's christening on 31 October 1641 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.5,4

Children of Dorothy Hayne (?) and William Kinge

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 271,.
  2. [S227] Automated Ped., CD ROM.
  3. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 440.
  4. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 271.
  5. [S141] Long Island Families, Hoff, Henry B. , pg 483,.

Mary King

F, b. circa 1623
     Mary was born circa 1623 at England.1 She was the daughter of William Kinge and Dorothy Hayne (?)

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 271.

Katharine King

F, b. circa 1625
     Katharine was born circa 1625 at England.1 She was the daughter of William Kinge and Dorothy Hayne (?)

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 271.

William King

M, b. circa 1627
     William was born circa 1627 at England.1 He was the son of William Kinge and Dorothy Hayne (?)

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 271.

Hannah King

F, b. circa 1629
     Hannah was born circa 1629 at England.1 She was the daughter of William Kinge and Dorothy Hayne (?)

Citations

  1. [S79] Pioneers of MA, Pope, Charles Henry , pg 271.