Joseph Truman

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Joseph Truman   see FAMILY TREE
Born: Abt 1663 New London, CT

 

   
Married: 05/Dec/1701 New London, CT

 

   
Died: 20/Apr/1726    

FATHER

Joseph Truman

WIFE

Mary Shapely

CHILDREN

1. Mary Truman b. 02/Oct/1702

2. Elizabeth Truman b. 29/Aug/1704

3. Eleazor Truman b. 06/Dec/1705

4. Joseph Truman b. 20/Nov/1706

5. John Truman b. 20/Dec/1708

6. Mary Truman b. 15/Nov/1709

7. Jane Truman b. 20/Dec/1710

8. Henry Truman b. 22/Apr/1713

9. Benjamin Truman b. 11/Jul/1715

10. Daniel Truman b. 24/Oct/1717

From The History of the Treman, Tremaine, Truman Family in America, by Ebenezer Mack Treman, 1901
"He was a tanner.  It is recorded that Joseph Truman and others received a grant of land Oct. 14, 1704, from the Governor and Company of the general Court, by authority of Letters Patent, to them given by Charles II, dated April 23, 1663.  An order was made, April 10, 1711, by the Governor and Council to pay him a sum of money out of the treasury of the colony.  Also another order in Sept. 1711, on the treasurer colony for shoes for the soldiers in the Indian wars.  He was a constable in 1724.  He was sent by the people of New London to Gov. J. Talcott, Dec. 28, 1730, to obtain money from the treasury of the colony to build a battery at New London."

 

 

 

 

 

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