Col Samuel Welles1,2,3

M, #40798, b. 9 September 1730, d. 6 August 1786
  • Reference: W001 ID788
  • (Researcher) ResAddr: Researcher=_ID062 _Researcher3
  • (Researcher) ResAddr: kathiw80_AT_earthlink.net; Researcher=_ID061 _Researcher3,5
  • (Researcher) ResAddr: deanduncan_AT_suddenlink.net; Researcher=_ID363 _Researcher7,3
  • (Researcher) ResAddr: Researcher=_ID404 _Researcher3
  • Nam-Std: Col Wells
  • (Researcher) ResAddr: Ronald Carlton, 3503 Deer Meadow Lane Dallas, Texas 75287, 972.306.9798; Researcher=_ID798 _Researcher3
  • (Head of Household) Census: 1764; Brattleboro, Windham Co., Vermont, USAG8,9,3
  • Occupation: 1780; Brattleboro, Windham Co., Vermont, USAG; a representative8,10,3
  • Note*: 1782; Vermont, USAG; KNOWLTON, Luke, (or Knoulton, as
    he wrote the name), count ilor, judge, early
    settler and most influential citizen of New-
    fane, and holding some anomalous positions
    in the early controversies, was born at
    Shrewsbury, Mass., November, 1738. He
    was a soldier in the French and Indian war,
    was stationed at Crown Point for a while,
    and came close to starvation in the march
    from that point to Charleston, No. 4, where
    his company was obliged to kill its last pack
    horse for food. He rame to Newfane in
    177;?. the fifteenth family to settle in town,
    ani'. < a I lie under a New York title which he
    and another man had pur* hased from a lot
    of speculators in New York City. Naturally,
    therefore, he took the New York side in the
    controversy with the Green Mountain boys,
    and adhered to it until i ;8o, when he and
    Ira Allen came to terms while they were at
    Philadelphia as agents for the two sides



    before Congress. But it is certain, in spite
    of the accusations of later years, that he was

    on the patriot side at the opening of the
    Revolution, and there is no sufficient reason
    for im])UL;ning his patriotism afterwards, for
    at the time it was done he was acting
    in concert with the erinont leaders when
    his social and personal connections were
    such as to make hi in a convenient medium
    of communication with the Hritish. From
    June, 1 776, to June, 1777, he was a member
    of the Cumberland county committee of
    Safety.



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    May 17, 1774, on the organization of the
    town of Newfane, he was elected town clerk
    and held that position si.tecu years. In
    1772 he had been appointed by New York
    one of the justices of peace for the county.
    In September, 1780, the Yorkers of Cum-
    berland county sent him to Congress as their
    agent to oppose the pretensions of the new-
    state, and for this service he had a letter of
    recommendation from Governor Clinton, of
    New York. It was while on this mission
    that the arrangement was made with Ira
    Allen, on a basis, as the latter wrote, that
    should " be honorable to those who had
    been in &vor of New York." The arrange-
    ment was to call a convention of delegates
    of all parties interested, including the New
    Hampshire towns that wanted to unite with
    Vermont.

    The next month we find Knowlion active
    as chairman of a Cumberland county com-
    mittee of thirteen to bring about this con-



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    vention, which firstmet at Walpole, and then

    Jan. 10, 17.S1. He va:> prcsciu at the latter
    convention, acting in concert with Allen, who
    was manipubtirm it from the outside. The
    result was tiiL 'Last union" of thirty-five
    New Hampshire towns with 'ermont, and
    following that the "\ st uninn" nf tliat part
    01 New York to the hanks ut IlmiMin river,
    imrth of Massachusetts line to latitude 45**.
    K)ii>wlton wa'< c-i(U'ntn satisfied \{h this,
    as were most ot the .New Vork adherents in
    Windham county, for he soon appeared
    amoni,' tlu it arlers in Vermont j)olitics.

    He was town reprcisentulive in the (ieneraJ
    Assembly of the state of Vermont during the
    years 17S4. 1788, 17.S9, 1792, iS'o-;, and
    1 806, and a member of the old council from
    179010 1800 ; judge of the Supreme Court
    in 1 7X6. and judf^e of the Windham coimty
    court from 1787 to 1793.

    In 1782 while the Haldimand intrigue was
    nt its iirt^^ht nnfl emi'-sarit"- were passing
    thick back and forth through Vermont, a dis-
    patch was intercepted which showed that the
    British coiniu.itulcr in Canada was innimuni-
    cating with British agents in New Vork City
    by means of letters, exchanged through Mr.
    Knmvltiin mil ( ol. Samuel Wells, of Hrattle-
    buro. 1 he thing was ot course suspicious,
    and there is no doubt that Wells was thor-
    oughly Tory in sympathy ; but it was neces-
    sary for the Vermont policy at this time tliat
    Haldimand should frequently consult the
    r.ritish commander in New Vork about it,
    and it had to be done through men in whom
    both parties had confidence. The discovery
    was laid before Congress by W ashington anil
    the result was an order for the arrest of
    Wells and Knowlton. Their escape to
    Canada was aided by the Aliens. Knowlton,
    however, returned within a year, and was at
    his house in Newfane, November 16, 1783,
    when a lot of ^¦orkers but American symi)a-
    thizers broke in and arrested him, and forcibly
    deported him to Massachusetts. (leneral
    Fletcher and Colonel Bradley organized a
    rescuing party, but Mr. Kncwlton returned
    before it became necessarv ior them to act.
    It was this case of abduction for which the
    leader of the rioters. IVam i-> IVnstv. wns in-
    dicted for burglary al Westminister, and
    which resulted in this curious verdic t : " I he
    inry find in this case that the prisoner did
    break and enter the house of Luke Knowlton,
    Esq., in the night season, and did take and
    carry aw.n tlie said I.iike Knnwlton, and if
    that breaking a house and taking and carry-
    ing away a person as aforesaid amounts to
    burglary, wc =;ay he is guiltv : if not. wr snv
    he is not guilty." The judgment of the
    court on the veirdict was not guilty.

    John A. Ciraliam, in a series of rambling let-
    ters descriptive of Vermont scenery, written



    and published at the close of the last century,
    thus speaks of Judge KnowUtm : "Newfane
    owes its consequence in a great measure to
    Mr. Luke Knowlton, a leading character and
    a man of great amliiti<»n and enterprise, of
    few %vords, but possessed of great ipiit kness
    and perception and an aininst iimmr e
    knowledge of human nature, of vhi< h he- a
    perfect judge." "Saint Luke" was the ap-
    pelation given Mr. Knowlton by his contem-
    |)oraries beransc of jrnvr and suave man-
    ners and his decorous deportment even to
    the point of humility. He was liberal and
    generous to the i»oor, entered heartily and
    zealously into all the public enterprises of
    the day, gave to the county of Windham the
    land for a common on Newfane hill at the
    time of the removal of the shire from V'est-
    minster to Newfane, and contributed laiigety
    towards the erection of the first rourt liouse
    and jail in Newfane. Judge Knowlton died at
    Newfane Nov. i», 1810, aged seventy-three.
    Hl> wife. S.irah, daughter rif l'"|ihraim Hol-
    land of Shrewsbury, whom he married Jan.
    5, 1760, had died Sept. r, 1797. Three sons
    and four daughters were' the fruit of the
    union, nearly all of whom had distinguished
    careers or connections. Calvin, the eldest,
    graduated at Dartmouth and was a promis-
    ing lawyer at .Newfane at the time of his
    death at the age of thirty-nine. Patty, bora
    in 1762, dying in Ohio in 1814, married
    Daniel Warner and was the grandmother
    of Hon. Willard Warner, late I nited States
    senator from .labama, and during the civil
    war a member of ( leneral Sherman's staff in
    his celebrated "march to the sea." Silas,
    born in 1764, mained Lu( inda Holbrook at
    Newfane. Nov. -^n. 1786, and died in Canada
    aged eighty. Sarah, born May 2, 1767,
    married John Holbrook at Newfane, Nov.
    30, 17^6. She dictl Mar* fi 22, 1 851, aged
    eight) rour. Alice, married Nathan Stone,
    .pril 24, 17SS. siie died Nov. 14, 1865.
    aged ninetv-si. I nnnila, born .uL,'iist
    1771, married Saauicl VVillanl. Ihcy lived
    awhile in >;i( ldon, from then< e they moved
    to Canada. \!ure slu- died Ma 4, tHan.

Family: Hannah Sheldon b. 21 Aug 1730, d. 15 Aug 1790

Citations

  1. GEDCOM.
  2. Robert McLeed Wells, as submitted in GEDCOM file W001_B240_ID062.GED and imported on 08/11/2006 at 21:32:37.,Robert McLeed Wells (?).
  3. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.
  4. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  5. Clayton Harding Wells, as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID061_~1.GED and imported on 07/28/2008 at 02:58:54.,_ID061 _Researcher.
  6. Tom Evans as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWDNADON~1ID313.GED and imported on 04/26/2008 at 13:22:35.,_ID313 _Researcher.
  7. Dean D. Duncan, as submitted in GEDCOM deanduncan_AT_suddenlink.net and imported on 07/25/2008 at 14:00:19.,_ID363 _Researcher.
  8. Ronald Carlton, as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID798C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 00:19:24.,_ID798 _Researcher.
  9. Family Panorama, Across the Centuries: Greenleaf-Collins-Gowdy-Wells-Duguid-Geedy-Stewart, The other half-posterity,Mary Duguid Compiler: Bennett, 7.
  10. Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont. Early history with biographical sketches of some of its citizens,Henry Burnham, 57.

Levi Wells (2)1,2

M, #40799, b. 1 September 1806
  • Reference: W999 ID788

Family: Mary Ann Tubbs b. 1802

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Mary Ann Tubbs1,2

F, #40800, b. 1802
  • Reference: W999 ID788
  • Married Name: 1832; Mrs. Wells (Tubbs)

Family 1: Levi Wells (1) b. 1 Sep 1802

Family 2: Levi Wells (2) b. 1 Sep 1806

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Samuel Edson Tubbs Bliss1,2

M, #40801, b. July 1832
  • Reference: W999 ID788
  • (Head of Household) Census: 1870; Essex, Chittenden Co., Vermont, USAG;
    1870 United States Federal Census
    about Samuel E Bliss
    Name: Samuel E Bliss
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1833
    Age in 1870: 37
    Birthplace: Vermont
    Home in 1870: Essex, Chittenden, Vermont
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Value of real estate: View Image
    Post Office: Essex Junction
    Household Members: Name Age
    Samuel E Bliss 37
    Emily P Bliss 31
    George A Bliss 1
    Rosina Bliss 73 (mother); Household Member=Emily Jane Wells
  • (Head of Household) Census*: 1900; Essex, Chittenden Co., Vermont, USAG;
    1900 United States Federal Census
    about Samuel E Bliss
    Name: Samuel E Bliss
    Home in 1900: Essex, Chittenden, Vermont
    Age: 67
    Birth Date: Jul 1832
    Birthplace: Vermont
    Race: White
    Ethnicity: American
    Relationship to head-of-house: Head
    Father's Birthplace: Vermont
    Mother's Birthplace: Vermont
    Spouse's Name: Emily J
    Marriage Year: 1864
    Marital Status: Married
    Years Married: 36
    Residence : Essex Town (Excl. Essex Junction Village), Chittenden, Vermont
    Occupation: View Image
    Neighbors: View others on page
    Household Members: Name Age
    Samuel E Bliss 67
    Emily J Bliss 61
    Hervey S Enright 19
    Mary S Jackson 17

    ; Household Member=Emily Jane Wells

Family: Emily Jane Wells b. Dec 1838

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Emily Jane Wells1,2

F, #40802, b. December 1838
  • Reference: W999 ID788
  • (Household Member) Census: 1850; Cambridge, Lamoille Co., Vermont, USAG;
    1850 United States Federal Census
    about Jonathan Wells
    Name: Jonathan Wells
    Age: 69
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1781
    Birth Place: Vermont
    Gender: Male
    Home in 1850(City,County,State): Cambridge, Lamoille, Vermont
    Household Members: Name Age
    Betsey Wells 67 [wife]
    Betsey Wells 45 [dau-in-law]
    Emily J Wells 13 [gr-dau]
    George W Wells 43 [son]
    Jonathan Wells 69 [head]
    Sandford A Wells 17 [gr-son]; Head of Household=Jonathan Wells
  • (Household Member) Census: 1860; Cambridge, Lamoille Co., Vermont, USAG;
    1860 United States Federal Census
    about Emily J Wells
    Name: Emily J Wells
    Age in 1860: 22
    Birth Year: abt 1838
    Birthplace: Vermont
    Home in 1860: Cambridge, Lamoille, Vermont
    Gender: Female
    Post Office: Cambridge
    Value of real estate: View Image
    Household Members: Name Age
    George W Wells 52
    Betsey Wells 54
    Emily J Wells 22
    Polly Hunt 84

    ; Head of Household=George Washington Wells
  • Married Name: 1864; Mrs. Bliss (Wells)
  • (Household Member) Census: 1870; Essex, Chittenden Co., Vermont, USAG;
    1870 United States Federal Census
    about Samuel E Bliss
    Name: Samuel E Bliss
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1833
    Age in 1870: 37
    Birthplace: Vermont
    Home in 1870: Essex, Chittenden, Vermont
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Value of real estate: View Image
    Post Office: Essex Junction
    Household Members: Name Age
    Samuel E Bliss 37
    Emily P Bliss 31
    George A Bliss 1
    Rosina Bliss 73 (mother); Head of Household=Samuel Edson Tubbs Bliss
  • (Household Member) Census: 1900; Essex, Chittenden Co., Vermont, USAG;
    1900 United States Federal Census
    about Samuel E Bliss
    Name: Samuel E Bliss
    Home in 1900: Essex, Chittenden, Vermont
    Age: 67
    Birth Date: Jul 1832
    Birthplace: Vermont
    Race: White
    Ethnicity: American
    Relationship to head-of-house: Head
    Father's Birthplace: Vermont
    Mother's Birthplace: Vermont
    Spouse's Name: Emily J
    Marriage Year: 1864
    Marital Status: Married
    Years Married: 36
    Residence : Essex Town (Excl. Essex Junction Village), Chittenden, Vermont
    Occupation: View Image
    Neighbors: View others on page
    Household Members: Name Age
    Samuel E Bliss 67
    Emily J Bliss 61
    Hervey S Enright 19
    Mary S Jackson 17

    ; Head of Household=Samuel Edson Tubbs Bliss

Family: Samuel Edson Tubbs Bliss b. Jul 1832

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Caleb R Harris1,2

M, #40803, b. 1797, d. 1857
  • Reference: W999 ID788

Family: Sarah H Wells b. 15 Dec 1806, d. 12 Oct 1878

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Henry Tuthill1,2

M, #40804, b. 1612, d. 1650
  • Reference: W999 ID788
  • Birth*: 1612; New York, USAG1,2
  • (Groom) Marriage*: circa 1635; Issue:
    John Tuthill
    1635 - 1717
    Elizabeth Tuthill (3)
    1635 -
    Nathaniel Tuthill
    ABT 1638 - ABT 1695
    Daniel TUTHILL
    1640 - 1658
    Sarah TUTHILL
    ABT 1643 - 1707
    Mary TUTHILL
    ABT 1647 - 1718
    Ann TUTHILL
    ABT 1648 - 1749; Bride=Bridget Elizabeth Burton1,2
  • (Deceased) Death*: 16501,2

Family: Bridget Elizabeth Burton b. 1616, d. 1649

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Bethiah Wells

F, #40805, b. 1655, d. 14 April 1733
  • Reference: W019 ID999

Family: Jonathan Horton b. 23 Feb 1648, d. 1707

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Abigail Wells1,2

F, #40806, b. 1657, d. 19 August 1658
  • Reference: W019 ID999

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Thomas Mapes1,2

M, #40807, b. circa 1620
  • Reference: W999 ID788

Family: Mary Marie Youngs b. 1619, d. Apr 1709

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Patience Wells1,2

F, #40808, b. 17 October 1658, d. 18 February 1658/59
  • Reference: W019 ID999

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Mary Wells

F, #40809, b. 1661, d. 1729
  • Reference: W019 ID999
  • (Researcher) ResAddr: Researcher=_ID787 _Researcher2
  • Name Variation: Mary Wells1,2
  • Married Name: circa 1680; Mrs. Youngs (Welles)

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Deborah Wells1,2

F, #40810, b. 1662, d. 20 October 1729
  • Reference: W019 ID999
  • Birth*: 1662; Southold, Suffolk Co. (Long Island), New York, USAG1,2
  • (Bride) Marriage*: circa 1680; Groom=Gershom Terry3,2
  • (Deceased) Death*: 20 October 1729; Cutchogue, Suffolk Co. (Long Island), New York, USAG; Birth:      1662
    Death:      Oct. 20, 1729

    "William Wells of Southold and his Descendants", 1878, by Charles Wells Hayes, lists on 7 children of William Wells on page 33, and perhaps an eighth child, named Anne, wife of John Goldsmith. None of the eight are named Deborah.

    A real estate deed is later found that states Mary Mapes, the widow of William Wells, was transferring some land to her daughter Anne Goldsmyth, wife of John Goldsmythe, confirming that relationship - giving eight known children.

    "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" by Clarence Almon Torrey, shows the wife of Gershom Terry to be Deborah Wells, 1662-1729. The age indicates this Deborah is of the second generation and a daughter of William Wells of Southold (unless she perhaps comes from a different part of New England than Suffolk County, NY)

    In recent years, the sources of Torrey have been published, as well as Wells DNA procedures, but this researcher has not had privy to them to support whether the wife of Gershom Terry was a daughter of William Wells.


    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Gershom Terry (1652 - 1724)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Burial:
    Old Burying Ground
    Cutchogue
    Suffolk County
    New York, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: Silverfox
    Record added: Oct 15, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 784933271,2
  • (Researcher) ResAddr: Researcher=_ID787 _Researcher2
  • Married Name: circa 1680; Mrs. Terry (Wells)

Family: Gershom Terry b. c 1660

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.
  3. Ruth Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID787C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 00:15:50.,_ID787 _Researcher.

Hon. Joshua Wells Esq.1,2,3

M, #40811, b. 1664, d. 2 May 1744
  • Reference: W019 ID021

Family: Hannah Tuthill b. 7 Nov 1667, d. 27 Jul 1752

Citations

  1. Judge.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.
  3. Ruth Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID787C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 00:15:50.,_ID787 _Researcher.
  4. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  5. , Refugees Long Island to Connecticut, Refugees Long Island to Connecticut.
  6. John W. Wells, W019_B271_ID069, e-mail address as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID069T~1.GED and imported on 06/30/2008 at 18:25:53.,_ID069 _Researcher.
  7. GEDCOM.

Mehitable Wells

F, #40812, b. 1666, d. 1742
  • Reference: W019 ID999

Family: John Tuthill b. 14 Feb 1656/57, d. 21 Nov 1754

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Anna Wells

F, #40813, b. 1667, d. 1695
  • Reference: W019 ID999
  • (Researcher) ResAddr: Researcher=_ID787 _Researcher2
  • Married Name: circa 1680; Mrs. Goldsmith (Welles)

Family: John Goldsmith b. c 1660

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Jonathan Horton1,2

M, #40814, b. 23 February 1648, d. 1707
  • Reference: W999 ID788

Family: Bethiah Wells b. 1655, d. 14 Apr 1733

Citations

  1. Mitzie Rogers, as submitted in GEDCOM file C:DOCUME~1BONITAMYDOCU~1WELLS-~1DNADON~1TOBECL~1ID727X~1.GED and imported on 08/15/2008 at 06:03:00.,_ID727 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.
  3. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.

Mary Wells1,2

F, #40815, b. circa September 1686, d. 1688
  • Reference: W019 ID999

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Hannah Wells1,2

F, #40816, b. 1689, d. 1690
  • Reference: W019 ID999

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Joshua Wells1,2

M, #40817, b. 26 September 1691, d. 9 September 1761
  • Reference: W019 ID021

Family: Mary Brewster b. 1695, d. 30 Mar 1761

Citations

  1. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.
  2. Ruth Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID787C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 00:15:50.,_ID787 _Researcher.
  3. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  4. , Refugees Long Island to Connecticut, Refugees Long Island to Connecticut.
  5. Hon. William Wells, Orin R. Wells, Wells Family Research Association, P. O. Box 5427, Kent, Washington 98064-5427 as submitted in GEDCOM file I:TMGWGEDCOMSW019ID021C.GED and imported on 08/07/2011 at 03:53:42.
  6. John W. Wells, W019_B271_ID069, e-mail address as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID069T~1.GED and imported on 06/30/2008 at 18:25:53.,_ID069 _Researcher.

Deliverance Wells1,2

F, #40818, b. 1693, d. 1752
  • Reference: W019 ID999
  • (Researcher) ResAddr: Researcher=_ID787 _Researcher2
  • Married Name: circa 1710; Mrs. Reeves (Wells)

Family: Benjamin Reeves b. 1686, d. 1752

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Anna Wells1,2

F, #40819, b. 1697, d. circa 1698
  • Reference: W019 ID999

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Samuel Wells1,2

M, #40820, b. 16 March 1699, d. 21 May 1776
  • Reference: W019 ID999

Family 1: Bethia Goldsmith b. 1698, d. 1738

Family 2: Martha Vail b. 1700, d. 1785

Family 3: Bethiah Gardiner b. 1704

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Capt. Daniel Wells1,2

M, #40821, b. 26 March 1702, d. 20 March 1761
  • Reference: W019 ID999

Family 1: Elizabeth Downs b. 1702, d. Oct 1722

Family 2: Mary Goldsmith b. 1706, d. 6 Apr 1740

Family 3: Hannah Vail b. 1721, d. 14 Dec 1753

Family 4: Jemima Parshall b. 1708

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.
  3. GEDCOM.
  4. Salmon Register (published).
  5. John W. Wells, W019_B271_ID069, e-mail address as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID069T~1.GED and imported on 06/30/2008 at 18:25:53.,_ID069 _Researcher.

John Goldsmith1,2

M, #40822, b. circa 1660
  • Reference: W999 ID788
  • Birth*: circa 1660
  • (Groom) Marriage*: circa 1680; Bride=Anna Wells1,2

Family: Anna Wells b. 1667, d. 1695

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

John Tuthill1,2

M, #40823, b. 14 February 1656/57, d. 21 November 1754
  • Reference: W999 ID788

Family: Mehitable Wells b. 1666, d. 1742

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Patience _____1,2

F, #40824, b. 1694, d. 2 October 1719
  • Reference: W999 ID788

Family: Henry Wells b. 7 Feb 1690/91, d. 18 Jan 1760

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.
  3. Hon. William Wells, Orin R. Wells, Wells Family Research Association, P. O. Box 5427, Kent, Washington 98064-5427 as submitted in GEDCOM file I:TMGWGEDCOMSW019ID021C.GED and imported on 08/07/2011 at 03:53:42.
  4. John W. Wells, W019_B271_ID069, e-mail address as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID069T~1.GED and imported on 06/30/2008 at 18:25:53.,_ID069 _Researcher.
  5. Ruth Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID787C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 00:15:50.,_ID787 _Researcher.

Sarah Wells1,2

F, #40825, b. 14 August 1727, d. 1818
  • Reference: W019 ID999
  • Married Name: 1749; Mrs. Albertson (Wells)

Family: John Albertson b. c 1725

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.

Mary Wells1,2

F, #40826, b. 1717, d. 1777
  • Reference: W019 ID999
  • Birth*: 1717; Southold, Suffolk Co. (Long Island), New York, USAG1,2
  • (Bride) Marriage*: 1733; Southold, Suffolk Co. (Long Island), New York, USAG; Groom=Gershom Terry1,2
  • (Deceased) Death*: 1777; Cutchogue, Suffolk Co. (Long Island), New York, USAG; Birth:      1715
    Southold
    Suffolk County
    New York, USA
    Death:      unknown
    Cutchogue
    Suffolk County
    New York, USA

    Daughter of Joshua Wells and Mary Brewster, wife of Gershom Terry III and mother of Timothy Brewster Terry

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Joshua Wells (1691 - 1761)
    Mary Brewster Wells (1695 - 1761)

    Spouse:
    Garshom Terry (____ - 1788)

    Children:
    Timothy Brewster Terry (1734 - 1796)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Note: Most sources show date of death before 1749

    Burial:
    Old Burying Ground
    Cutchogue
    Suffolk County
    New York, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: Aislin
    Record added: Jan 09, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 1033341631,2

Family: Gershom Terry b. 1710, d. Dec 1788

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.
  3. Ruth Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID787C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 00:15:50.,_ID787 _Researcher.

Hannah Wells1,2

F, #40827, b. 1721, d. 11 November 1753
  • Reference: W019 ID999

Family: Dea. Benjamin Wells b. 1721, d. 17 Sep 1800

Citations

  1. Ronald Harry Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWBACKUPSID788C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 12:37:41.,_ID788 _Researcher.
  2. Wells Surname DNA Study,Orin Wells, Wells Surname DNA Study.
  3. Ruth Wells as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSID787C~1.GED and imported on 08/19/2008 at 00:15:50.,_ID787 _Researcher.
  4. Salmon Register (published).