Esther Mathews

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Esther   see FAMILY TREE
Born: 08/Jan/1650-51

 

   
Married: Abt 1683

 

   
Died: Feb/1726-27 Mansfield, Tolland, CT   From Old Mansfield Cemetery extracted from the Hale Collection
"Hall, Mrs. Hester, formerly wife of William, died Feb 19, 1727, age 70"

HUSBAND

William Hall

CHILDREN

1. Theophilus Hall

2. James Hall

3. Isaac Hall

4. William Hall

From The Great Migration Begins by Robert Charles Anderson, 1995

"WILLIAM, bp. Barnstable 8 June 1651 [NEHGR 9:284]; m. by 1683 Esther _____ (son William married in 1708 [Kerry William Bate, The Ebenezer Hanks Story (Provo, Utah, 1982), pp. 152-53]; the same source lists for William and Esther a possible son Isaac who married in 1700 [which would push their date of marriage back to about 1675] and suggests that Esther may have been a daughter of James Mathews, whose daughter Mehitable married William's brother Benjamin; "Easter Hall, wife of Captain William Hall, d. 19 February 1726/7," Mansfield, Connecticut [Mansfield VR 322])."

From "Early New England people : some account of the Ellis, Pemberton, Willard, Prescott, Titcomb, Sewall and Longfellow, and allied families" by Sarah elizabath Titcomb, 1882

"Daniel (Willard) married (Ester or Hester) Mathews, daughter, probably of James Mathews of Yarmouth, where she was born."

 

 

 

 

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