Thomas Dickinson

M, b. 15 February 1672/73
     Thomas was born on 15 February 1672/73 at Hadley, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Thomas Dickinson and Hannah Crow.

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 286.

Mehitable Dickinson

F, b. 20 October 1675
     Mehitable was born on 20 October 1675 at Hadley, Connecticut.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Dickinson and Hannah Crow.

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 286.

Nathaniel Dickinson

M, b. 15 November 1677
     Nathaniel was born on 15 November 1677 at Hadley, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Thomas Dickinson and Hannah Crow.

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 286.

Elihu Dickinson

M, b. 1678
     Elihu was born in 1678 at Hadley, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Thomas Dickinson and Hannah Crow.

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 286.

Ebenezer Dickinson

M, b. 1679
     Ebenezer was born in 1679 at Hadley, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Thomas Dickinson and Hannah Crow.

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 286.

John Crow

M, b. 1606, d. 16 January 1685/86
     John was born in 1606.1
     
     
      John Crow came to New England 1634. He became possessed by vote of the town of are original right of Bartholomew Greene, forfeited by death; chosen surveyor of highways 1656. Was one of the first settlers on the east side of the river and the largest landholder in Hartford. He owned a tract of land (in East Hartford) extending from near the present Hockanum bridge north to the neighborhood of "Smith's Lane" and running eastward to the end of the three-mile lots. Crow Hill in the river swamp still retains is name. Went with his father-in-law to Hadley 1659; freeman Mass. 1666; returned to Hartford about 1675. His name is on Founders Monument.
     
John immigrated to (an unknown value) in 1634. He married Elizabeth Goodwin circa 1640 at Hartford, Connecticut.2,3 John died on 16 January 1685/86 at Hadley, Connecticut.4

Child of John Crow

Children of John Crow and Elizabeth Goodwin

Citations

  1. [S10] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, pg 286.
  2. [S541] Hartford, Ct. by Barbour,.
  3. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 55 pg 25.
  4. [S470] Hartford, Ct by Barbour.

Elizabeth Goodwin1

F, b. circa 1620, d. 1673
     Departed England on the Ship "Lyon" 22 June 1632.
Elizabeth was born circa 1620 at England.2,3 She was the daughter of William Goodwin and Elizabeth White. She married John Crow circa 1640 at Hartford, Connecticut.4,3 Elizabeth died in 1673 at Connecticut, USA.

Children of Elizabeth Goodwin and John Crow

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S471] Hartford, Ct by Barbour,.
  3. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 55 pg 25.
  4. [S541] Hartford, Ct. by Barbour,.

William Goodwin1

M, b. circa 1591, d. 11 March 1673/74
      William Goodwin of Bocking, England with his wife sailed from London in the ship "Lion" with Olmsted, Talcott, etc., arrived in New England 16 September 1632; freeman Mass., 6 November. 1632; deputy from Newtown 14 May 1634; came to Hartford probably. in 1636 and was an original proprietor; his home lot was on Main St. extending from the present Wadsworth St. to Arch St. He was a man of great influence in Church and State and prominent in all the early transactions of the Hartford settlement; he purchased large tracts of land up the river and was one of the agents of the town employed to purchase Farmington from the Indians. Gove. Hopkins appointed him one of the trustees of his will and he therefore was one of those who had charge of establishing the Hopkins Grammar School. He was an ardent friend of Hooker but after his death was deeply involved in the great dissension in the church at Hartford and after several years of controversy, "the Withdrawn", as they were called, under the leadership of Goodwin and Gov. John Webster; removed to Hadley in 1659. He was Ruling Elder of the Church there and remained there about ten years, then removed to Farmingtown where he died.
     
William immigrated to Cambridge on 22 June 1632.2 William was born circa 1591. He married Elizabeth White on 7 November 1616 at Shalford, county Essex, England.3,4,5 He married Susan [Garbrand] Hooker on 7 December 1654. William died on 11 March 1673/74 at Farmington, Connecticut.2

Child of William Goodwin and Elizabeth White

Citations

  1. [S329] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration Begins.
  2. [S470] Hartford, Ct by Barbour.
  3. [S471] Hartford, Ct by Barbour,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 312,.
  5. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 55 pg 23.

Elizabeth White

F, b. before 5 March 1591/1592 (chr, d. 17 May 1667
     Elizabeth was born before 5 March 1591/1592 (chr at Shalford, county Essex, England. She was christened on 5 March 1591/92 at Shalford, county Essex, England.1,2 She was the daughter of Robert White and Bridget Allgar. She married William Goodwin on 7 November 1616 at Shalford, county Essex, England.3,4,5 Elizabeth died on 17 May 1667 at Farmington, Connecticut.3,6

Child of Elizabeth White and William Goodwin

Citations

  1. [S1] White, William, White, Thomas , (Crow) pg 1,.
  2. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 55 pg 24, Parish Register, Shalford.
  3. [S471] Hartford, Ct by Barbour,.
  4. [S170] NE Marriages Prior, Torrey, Clarence A. , pg 312,.
  5. [S70] NEHGR, "unknown short article title", vol 55 pg 23.
  6. [S1] White, William, White, Thomas , (Crow) pg 1.

Richard Hull

M, b. 1515, d. circa 1559
     Occupation: Husbandman. He married an unknown person at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1
     
     
      Richard Hull was a husbandman and a miller. In 1548 he held a copy, half a mill in Crewkerne called Cont mill and he rendered per annum 3s 6d. The lands were held by the "Chantry of the Blessed Mary in the Churchyard of Crukerne". Nothing is know about his first wife. She may have been the mother of the first three or four children. The early Hull wills were destroyed by fire but their summaries remain. Summary of Richard Hull's Will:
     
     
      Richard Hull of Crokehorne, husbandman, date 10 Feb. 1558/9
     _____To be buried in Churchyard of Crokehore.
     _____To the mother church of wells, 4d.
     _____To my parish church a wether (sheep)
     _____To Sir William Hull, my son, a featherbed and many household goods, enumerated
     _____To Thomas Hull, my son, the elder, a furnes pan and 2 witches.
     _____To Raynold Hull, my son, a hand-mill, with such timber as in my barton.
     _____To my three sons, James Hull, Thomas Hull and John Hull, two spoons a piece.
     _____To my wife Alice Hull and to my daughter Eleanor Hull, a silver spoon each
     _____To my wife Alice, 4 oxen, my weave, my sole, my dragger, my lathe, my rope.
     _____Residue to my wife Alice and Eleanor Hull, my daughter, executrixes.
     _____To Sir William Sherewell, my ghostly father, 8d.
     
     Overseers: William Metford and Thomas Price.
     
     
      I do owe to Sir William Hull, my son, 15s 8d, and to Alice Hawkins, 6s. 8d.
     
     Proved: 6 June 1559.
     
Richard was born in 1515 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1 He married Alice NN---- after 1550/1551 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1 Richard had his will probated between 10 February 1558 and 1559.1 Richard died circa 1559 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1

Children of Richard Hull and Alice NN----

Citations

  1. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 125.

Sir William Hull

M
     William died. He was a priest. He was the son of Richard Hull. William was born.1 He was a Priest in 1559.1

Citations

  1. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 125.

Thomas Hull

M
     Thomas died. Thomas was born.1 He was the son of Richard Hull.
     
     
      Thomas and his brothers belonged to a militia organized for the purpose of defending the Realm from the feared invasion of Spain, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. (According to the Certificate of Musters/569 Somerset Record Society, Vol. 20, 1904 page 23)
     
     
      Thomas was listed as "pekeman" (probably one who fought with a pike) and Raynold was a "billman" (one who fought with a bille). Raynold along with others was responsible to supply the following weapons: 16 billies, 12 swords, 10 daggers, and 12 skulls (caps).
     
     Summary to Thomas Hull's Will:
     
     
      Archdeaconry of Tauton, 1636-75
     
      Thomas Hull of Crewkerne, dated 17 December 1636
     
     
      All my goods and chattels to my daughter in law Edith Hull's four children, to be divided between them as shall be most need, by the discretion of John Ball, schoolmaster and John Bere, the Elder. Edith Hull, my daughter in law to be executor in trust for her four children.
     
     
      Witnesses, John Ball, John Beere.
      Proved, 10 February 1636/7 by oath of executrix.
     
He married Johane Pysinge between 11 January 1572 and 1573 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.2,3 Thomas Hull was present at William Hull's christening on 6 November 1574 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.4 Thomas Hull was present at Mary Hull's christening on 26 September 1576 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.4 Thomas Hull was present at Richard Hull's christening on 21 November 1579 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.4 Thomas Hull was present at Thomas Hull's christening on 21 July 1582 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.4 Thomas Hull was present at Robert Hull's christening on 8 November 1584 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.4 Thomas Hull was present at John Hull's christening on 14 February 1586/87 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.4 Thomas Hull was present at Francis Hull's christening on 13 February 1591/92 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.5 Thomas Hull was present at Joseph Hull's christening on 30 March 1595 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.5 Thomas Hull was present at Reverend Joseph Hull's christening on 26 April 1596 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.6,5 His body was interred on 28 June 1612 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.4

Children of Thomas Hull and Johane Pysinge

Citations

  1. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 125.
  2. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 126;.
  3. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.
  4. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 126.
  5. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 127.
  6. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , vol. II pg. 19;.

Raynold Hull

M
     Raynold Hull was the son of Richard Hull. Raynold died. His body was interred between 17 February 1582 and 1583 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1

Citations

  1. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 125.

James Hull

M
     James was born.1 He was the son of Richard Hull and Alice NN----.

Citations

  1. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 125.

John Hull

M
     John was born.1 He was the son of Richard Hull.

Citations

  1. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 125.

Elynor Hull

F
     Elynor was born.1 She was the daughter of Richard Hull.

Citations

  1. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 125.

Alice NN----

F
     Alice died. Alice was born.1
     
     Summary of the Will of Alice Hull:
     
     
      Alice Hull of Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, widow, dated 12 Oct. 1577
     
      To be buried in the churchyard of Crewkerne.
     
      To Thomas Hull, my son, 20s
     
      To William , son of said Thomas 10s.
     
      To Mary Hull, daughter of said Thomas, 10s.
     
      To the poor of Crewkerne, 10s to be distributed here most need is by the
     
      discretion of William Robins, parson of Easthamme and Peter Slembridge, before my departing out of this world.
     
      To John Morris, a ewe sheep
     
      Residue to John, my son, executor.
     
     Witnesses, Peter Slembridge, Roger Garris, Robert Jeffery.
     Overseers, William Robins, Roger Garris.
     Witnesses, Roger Garris, William Robins, rector of Easthamme and curate of Crewkerne.
     
     Proved, 25 November 1587, Inventory sum, 3 pounds 12s 2d.
     
She married Richard Hull after 1550/1551 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1 Her body was interred on 20 October 1587 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1

Children of Alice NN---- and Richard Hull

Citations

  1. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 125.

Thomas Hull

M
     Thomas was born.1 He was the son of Richard Hull and Alice NN----.

Citations

  1. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 125.

Johane Pysinge

F
     Johane Pysinge was the daughter of Richard Pysinge and Margery NN----. Johane died.
     
     Will of Richard Pysinge:
     
      To be buried in the church of Crewkerne.
     
      Forty pounds to daughter. Elizabeth.
     
      Household goods in his house in Hawkechurch, Dorset, to son Robert.
     
      Household goods in his house in Crewkerne, to wife, Margery.
     
      Mentions daughter. Marye Labye, Richard Everedd of Hawechurche, daughter. elizabeth Pysinge, daughter. Joane Hull.
     
      Overseers: Son, Robert and son in law, Thomas Hull.
     
      Proved in London before the venerable man, Master William Drury, Doctor of Laws, Keeper or Commissary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 25 June 1588, on oath of Margery Pysinge, Relict.
     
She married Thomas Hull between 11 January 1572 and 1573 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1,2 Johane Pysinge was present at William Hull's christening on 6 November 1574 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.3 Johane Pysinge was present at Mary Hull's christening on 26 September 1576 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.3 Johane Pysinge was present at Richard Hull's christening on 21 November 1579 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.3 Johane Pysinge was present at Thomas Hull's christening on 21 July 1582 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.3 Johane Pysinge was present at Robert Hull's christening on 8 November 1584 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.3 Johane Pysinge was present at John Hull's christening on 14 February 1586/87 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.3 Johane Pysinge was present at Francis Hull's christening on 13 February 1591/92 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.4 Johane Pysinge was present at Joseph Hull's christening on 30 March 1595 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.4 Johane Pysinge was present at Reverend Joseph Hull's christening on 26 April 1596 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.5,4 Her body was interred on 29 December 1636 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.6

Children of Johane Pysinge and Thomas Hull

Citations

  1. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 126;.
  2. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.
  3. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 126.
  4. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche , pg 127.
  5. [S49] Gen.Notes Barn. Fam., Otis, Amos , vol. II pg. 19;.
  6. [S71] Hull, John, LDS Micro Fiche.

Richard Pysinge

M, d. circa 1588
     Richard Pysinge was the son of John Peyssum and Elizabeth Samways. He married Margery NN----.1 Richard Pysinge was present at Agnes Pysinge's christening on 2 October 1569 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1 Richard had his will probated on 13 April 1588.1 Richard died circa 1588 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1

Children of Richard Pysinge and Margery NN----

Citations

  1. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.

Margery NN----

F
     She married Richard Pysinge.1 Margery died. She was present at Agnes Pysinge's christening on 2 October 1569 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1

Children of Margery NN---- and Richard Pysinge

Citations

  1. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.

Robert Pysinge

M
     Robert was born.1 He was the son of Richard Pysinge and Margery NN----.

Citations

  1. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.

John Pysinge

M
     John Pysinge was the son of Richard Pysinge and Margery NN----. John died. His body was interred on 10 December 1562 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1

Citations

  1. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.

Agnes Pysinge

F, b. before 2 October 1569 (chr. d
     Agnes was born before 2 October 1569 (chr. d at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England. She was christened on 2 October 1569 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Pysinge and Margery NN----. Her body was interred on 25 June 1572 at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1

Citations

  1. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.

Elizabeth Pysinge

F
     Elizabeth was born at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Pysinge and Margery NN----.

Citations

  1. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.

Mary Pysinge

F
     Mary was born at Crewkerne, Co. Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Pysinge and Margery NN----.

Citations

  1. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.

John Peyssum

M
     He resided, at Abbotsbury, County Dorset, England.1
     
     
      John was related or descended from John Pysinge, alias Porteaham, Abbot of Abbotsbury, 1505-1534.
     
He married Elizabeth Samways.1

Children of John Peyssum and Elizabeth Samways

Citations

  1. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.

Elizabeth Samways

F
     She married John Peyssum.1 Elizabeth was born.1

Heir of Samways of County Hants.

Children of Elizabeth Samways and John Peyssum

Citations

  1. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.

Hugh Peyssum

M, d. circa 1586
     Hugh Peyssum was the son of John Peyssum and Elizabeth Samways. Hugh died circa 1586 at Abbotsbury, County Dorset, England.1

Citations

  1. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.

John Peyssum

M
     John Peyssum was the son of John Peyssum and Elizabeth Samways. He resided, at Abbotsbury, County Dorset, England.1

Citations

  1. [S72] Taunton, Somerset,En, LDS Micro Fiche.