Iris HEATH was born on October 15, 1903 in Wakefield, MA.2504 She lived in Claremont, NH after 1922.
Between 1930 and 1975 she was a Business Owner and Operator in Claremont, NH.
Bourdon's, Inc.; Main St. She died on December 29, 1980 in Claremont, NH.858 She was buried in St. Mary's
Cemetery, West Claremont, NH. She was Episcopalian in Claremont,
NH. Member of the Col. Samuel Ashley Chapter, Daughters of the American
Spouse: Douglas Henry BOURDON. Douglas Henry BOURDON and Ruby Iris HEATH were married on November 5, 1924 in St. Mary's Church, Claremont, NH.534 Children were: Dr. Heath Douglas BOURDON Sr., Richard Page BOURDON, Living.
Edith Mary HEATHCOTE was born on January 6, 1919 in Verdun, PQ, Canada.965,2375,2505 She died on April 16, 2011 in Mamora, ON, Canada.2506 She was buried in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Abercorn, PQ, Canada.
Spouse: Norman Dean WATERHOUSE. Norman Dean WATERHOUSE and Edith Mary HEATHCOTE were married on October 1, 1939 in Seventh day Adventist Church, Abercorn, PQ, Canada.900 Children were: Living, Living, Living, Living.
Aldine HEBARD was born in December 1770.215 She died. She was also known as Oladina Hebard. Parents: Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD III and Anna SPENSER.
Spouse: Josiah PELL. Josiah PELL and Aldine HEBARD were married about 1790.
Anna HEBARD was born in 1783.215 She died on February 24, 1846.215 Parents: Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD III and Anna SPENSER.
Anne HEBARD was born on May 30, 1705.215 She died on May 17, 1746.215 Parents: Nathaniel HIBBARD Sr. and Sarah CRANE.
Bathsheba HEBARD was born in 1776 in Bolton, Connecticut Colony.215 She died. Parents: Ensign William HEBARD Sr. and Bathsheba STRONG.
Spouse: William UNDERSHOT. William UNDERSHOT and Bathsheba HEBARD were married about 1800.
Calvin HEBARD was born on November 26, 1774 in Bolton, Connecticut Colony.215 He died in November 1852 in Pennsylvania.215 Probably Wyoming Valley. Parents: Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD III and Anna SPENSER.
Clara HEBARD was born in April 1776.215 She died. Parents: Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD III and Anna SPENSER.
Cyprian HEBARD was born in 1755 in Windham, Connecticut Colony.215 He served in the military before July 3, 1778 in Wyoming, Pennsylvania, CT. U.S. Revolutionary War. Fought in the Battle of Wyoming. He died on July 3, 1778 in Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania, CT.2507 He was buried after July 3, 1778 in Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania, CT. He was a Key Keeper. Parents: Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD Jr. and Hannah DOWNER.
Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD Jr. was born on March 16, 1720 in Windham, Connecticut Colony.2508 He lived in Lebanon, Windham, New London County, Connecticut Colony in 1750. He lived in Staten Island, New York Colony after 1754. He served in the military from March 9, 1757 to November 20, 1758. British Army; French and Indian War. Enlisted in Captain John Slapp's company, Robert Durkee Second Lieutenant. In 1758 he was a private in Colonel Ebenezer Fitch's company, Third Regiment, Connecticut troops, enlisting May 10, 1758, and receiving his discharge November 20, 1758. It is probable that it was he who was Corporal in Captain Hugh Ledlie's company in the campaign of 1761, and died there, in Nova Scotia, in 1763, after the capture of Louisburgh. He died about 1763 in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, New France.2509,2510,2511 Varying dates of death. Some say was a trader in London and lost at sea in about 1759 on his passage from England. Some say lost at sea at Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Others say died at the seige of Louisburg, near Cape Breton when Canada was taken from the French. This battle took place on July 27, 1758. It appears from the roster of Connecticut troops in that war that he enlisted March 9, 1757, in Captain John Slapp's company, Robert Durkee Second Lieutenant. In 1758 he was a private in Colonel Ebenezer Fitch's company, Third Regiment, Connecticut troops, enlisting May 10, 1758, and receiving his discharge November 20, 1758. It is probable that it was he who was Corporal in Captain Hugh Ledlie's company in the campaign of 1761, and died there, in Nova Scotia, in 1763, after the capture of Louisburgh. He was a Saddle and Harness Maker in Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut Colony. Later Columbia, CT. Parents: Ebenezer HIBBARD and Margaret MORGAN.
Spouse: Hannah DOWNER. Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD Jr. and Hannah DOWNER were married in 1741 in Windham, Connecticut Colony.215 Children were: Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD III, Ensign William HEBARD Sr., Cyprian HEBARD.
Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD III was born on September 26, 1743 in Windham, Connecticut Colony.2512 He lived in Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania Colony after May 1770. He served in the military on June 17, 1775. U.S. Revolutionary War. Private in the 7th Continental Troops Regiment. Roxbury's Rangers at Battle of Bunker Hill, He was ensign of a picked company called Roxbury Rangers at the Battle of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775. The next day he was promoted for bravery for a lieutenancy. He remained with the army until December, when he returned to Bolton, Connecticut, where he had formerly resided. In February, 1776, he removed with the family of his wife to Wyoming, Pennsylvania. He was with Sullivan when he made his inroad upon the Indiana in New York. He was out at various times during the war, and was in the field at the time of the famous massacre, the Battle Of Wyoming on July 3, 1778. He lived in Kentucky County, Virginia about 1795. After the war, he was one of the pioneers of Kentucky, where he spent some seven years. He lived in Norwich, CT in 1800. He died on April 16, 1802 in Wilkes-Barre, PA.2513,2514 He was buried after April 16, 1802 in Hanover, PA. He was a Leather Sealer. Indentured to Captain James Lased of Windham for a term of 2 months, 2 days . Parents: Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD Jr. and Hannah DOWNER.
Spouse: Anna SPENSER. Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD III and Anna SPENSER were married on November 9, 1769 in Wyoming, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, Connecticut Colony.2514,2515,2516,2517 Children were: Aldine HEBARD, Calvin HEBARD, Clara HEBARD, Lavinia HEBARD, Anna HEBARD.
Edward Spencer HEBARD215 was born before March 8, 1802. She died. Parents: Calvin HEBARD and Mary TILBURY.
Hannah Downer HEBARD was born on June 24, 1778 in Wyoming, Pennsylvania, CT.313 She lived in Wyoming, Pennsylvania, CT before July 3, 1778. She lived in Connecticut after July 3, 1778. At two weeks old, fled with her mother to Connecticut on horseback, in the wake of the Battle of Wyoming, where her father was slain. They remained in that state until the trouble was over, when they returned to Wyoming Valley. She died in 1867.215 Parents: Cyprian HEBARD and Sarah BURRITT.
John HEBARD Sr. was born on October 30, 1704 in Windham, Connecticut Colony.1972 He died on March 23, 1762 in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut Colony.1972 He has Ancestral File Number 1992. He was a Farmer. He lived on the Little River in Windham, Connecticut Colony. Later part of Canterbury. Parents: Robert HEBARD III and Mary REED.
Spouse: Martha DURKEE. John HEBARD Sr. and Martha DURKEE were married on September 22, 1725 in Willimantic, Connecticut Colony.1965,1972 Children were: Martha HIBBARD, John HEBARD Jr., Eleazer HIBBARD Sr., Captain William HIBBARD Sr., Anna HIBBARD, Mary HIBBARD, Daniel HIBBARD, Jedediah HIBBARD, Deacon Lemuel HIBBARD, Sarah HIBBARD, Elizabeth HIBBARD, Elizabeth HIBBARD, HIBBARD.
John HEBARD Jr.2518 was born on December 9, 1728 in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut Colony.2519,2520 He was Congregationalist after November 19, 1749 in Hampton, Connecticut Colony. He lived in Royalton, Republic of Vermont after 1777. Entrusted with the duty of securing Royalton's town charter from the New York State Government in the summer of 1779. He served in the military about 1781. Militia. Lieutenant. Enlisted in Captain William Hebard's company. He marched to New London, whence they were driven out, September 6, 1781, at the time of the massacre at Fort Griswold, the taking of Fort Trumball, and the burning of New London. He died before January 17, 1805 in Royalton, VT.2521 Will was probated on this date. He has Ancestral File Number 996. Parents: John HEBARD Sr. and Martha DURKEE.
Spouse: Elizabeth PEARL. John HEBARD Jr. and Elizabeth PEARL were married on February 14, 1749 in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut Colony.1371 Children were: Abigail HIBBARD, Elizabeth HIBBARD, Timothy HIBBARD I, Elizabeth HIBBARD, James HIBBARD, Rev. John HIBBARD III, Timothy HIBBARD II, Timothy HEBBARD III.
Lavinia HEBARD was born on December 24, 1780.215 She died on February 24, 1844.215 She was also known as Lovine Smith. Parents: Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD III and Anna SPENSER.
Naome HEBARD was born in 1770 in Bolton, Connecticut Colony. She was baptized on September 30, 1770 in Bolton, Tolland County, Connecticut Colony.2522 She died. Parents: Ensign William HEBARD Sr. and Bathsheba STRONG.
Spouse: Darius PRESTON. Darius PRESTON and Naome HEBARD were married about 1790.
Nathan HEBARD Sr. was born on November 16, 1715 in Windham, Connecticut Colony.1324,1702,2523 He lived in Windham, Connecticut Colony in 1790. He died in 1798 in Scotland, Windham County, Connecticut Colony. He was buried in 1798 in Clinton Memorial, Kirtland Avenue, Scotland, Windham, CT.2524 He owned Methodist. Parents: Ebenezer HIBBARD and Margaret MORGAN.
Spouse: Zipporah BUSHNELL. Nathan HEBARD Sr. and Zipporah BUSHNELL were married on December 14, 1738 in Norwich, Connecticut Colony.1288 Children were: Reverend Nathan HERBERT Jr., Zipporah HERBERT, Elizabeth HERBERT, Dann HERBERT Sr., Charity HERBERT, Andrew HERBERT, Prudence HERBERT, Abigale HERBERT, Alethea HERBERT, Ebenezer HEBERT Sr., Bushnell HERBERT, Charity HERBERT.
Spouse: Irene WARNER. Nathan HEBARD Sr. and Irene WARNER were married on December 4, 1764 in Scotland Congregational Church, Scotland, Connecticut Colony.1324,2525 Children were: Timothy Warner HIBBARD, Eliza HIBBARD, Lydia HIBBARD.
Robert HEBARD III was born on July 8, 1676 in Wenham, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1972 He lived in Windham, Connecticut Colony after 1698. He was made a townsman in 1698. He was the first Hibbard in Connecticut Colony. He died on June 26, 1742 in Windham, Connecticut Colony.1972 He has Ancestral File Number 3984. Parents: Robert HIBBERT Jr. and Mary WALDEN.
Spouse: Mary REED. Robert HEBARD III and Mary REED were married on December 3, 1702 in Windham, Connecticut Colony.646 Children were: John HEBARD Sr., Robert HIBBARD IV, Josiah HIBBARD, Samuel HIBBARD, Mary HIBBARD, Joshua HIBBARD Sr., David HIBBARD, Martha HIBBARD, Hannah HIBBARD, Seth HIBBARD.
Ruth HEBARD was born on August 6, 1683.249 She died. Parents: John HIBBERT Sr. and Ruth WALDEN.
Ensign William HEBARD Sr. was born on December 12, 1750 in Lebanon, Windham, New London County, Connecticut Colony.2526 He lived in Bolton, CT before September 1771. He lived in Hanover, Pennsylvania Colony between September 1771 and 1795. He accompanied a company of immigrants from CT for the purpose of settling the territory. He served in the military after September 2, 1776. Raised a company of men and marched on New London on September 2, 1776 under command of Captain Douglas. Served as a private, Sergeant, ensign, under Captains McKarraghan and Spalding, Colonels Dennison and Butler. Enlisted in Hanover, Pennsylvania. His ensign commission is preserved in the safe in the room of Chief of old War and Navy Division, signed by Governor Trumbull June 23, 1780. https://sites.rootsweb.com/~scwhite/kennedy/hibbard.html. Revolutionary War Record of William Hibbard: August 3, 1832, personally appeared in open court Probate, in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed earlier that summer on June 7, 1832. "I enlisted (as Sergeant) in a Company of Militia Commanded by Capt. McCharachan raised in Westmoreland, a place or Township so named in the State of Pennsylvania, the said territory (so then called Westmoreland) was settled by people from Connecticut & Connecticut claimed & exercised jurisdiction over the territory, & it was annexed to the County of Litchfield in said state of Connecticut & sd Westmoreland continued annexed to sd Litchfield County until the dispute between the States of Pennsylvania & Connecticut were settled, relative to sd territory & was finally Determined (by Commissioners appointed by the United States) at Trenton in New Jersey." "The Company as I stated was commanded by a Capt. Mc Characan [sic] & he was killed in the Wyoming Battle. The first duty I was called upon to perform was as a spy. Col. Dennison of Kinston then in sd Westmoreland, now County of Luzerne in sd State of Pennsylvania, commanded the Regiment that was raised on sd tract called (then) Westmoreland as aforesaid the settlement then consisted of Eight Townships, the inhabitants in which amounted to four or five thousand, the settlement was called the Wyoming settlement on the Susquehanna River. In the summer of 1777 in the month of June Col. Dennison aforesaid ordered these men of which number I was one, to go up the River towards the Indian settlement, to make discoveries: Up the Susquehanna lived a numerous body of Tories and half blood Indians, connected with the six nations, who were very bitter in their feelings toward the United States & particularly against the Wyoming Settlement aforesaid." "My orders were from Col. Denison [sic] to see if the Tories had removed and gone off, as they had been previously warned to Depart the Country or they would be forcibly removed - also to what discoveries we cod up and upon the River, to discover if we cod, if the Indians were in the vicinity of the River, and generally to obtain all the Information relative to the enemy that we cod. I started in [blank space left as if for date] 1777 in Company with two other men, in a canoe, as were directed, to proceed with great caution, and with as much secrecy as possible. We paddled to Canoe up the River in the night: in the day time we concealed the canoe, and made excursions on Land, on the Banks of the River and its neighborhood. In this way we proceeded up the River as far as Tioga point, at that time a Wilderness, as was most of the Country above the Wyoming Settlement. In our course up the River we Discovered the Tories were mostly gone off: their log cabins were uninhabited. We discovered that they had gone to the six Nations and to the notorious John Butler, Indian Agent under the English." "The length of time I was engaged as a Spy I cannot now precisely recollect, it was at least two months or more. We traversed the River more than one hundred miles in the manner I have stated. We returned back in the course of the Summer & made report to Col. Denison April. 2nd who was well satisfied (as he said) with our doings. Both the men with me at that time are dead. One of them was killed by the Indians. The service I then performed was one of difficulty and danger. When we made our report that the Tories &c had gone off, and the manner of the Indians, Col. Denison gave orders that the Company shod be upon the Alert: the Company was kept out patrolling & scouting in small parties, as we were in constant fear, that the Tories, Refuges & Indians wod attack us. The settlement to which I belonged were in general (with few exceptions) very patriotic: they had raised nearly a regiment of men for the Continental Army and they were then with General Washingtons Army." "In the month of July 1778 the Indians and Tories under the aforesaid John Butler came down upon us. They began their depredations by burning out buildings, taking and killing our cattle &c- The sd John Butler and his Indians &c Rendezvoused at Wintermoots (?) house, so called (Fort Wintermute): which the owner had fortified under pretense of Defense against the Indians, when in fact he was a Tory and Piloted the Enemy & turned Traitor against us. As soon as possible, the Inhabitants that were capable to bear arms, collected by order of Col. Zebulon Butler who commanded & the Militia under Col. Denison afterd Rendezvoused at Kingston aforsd - the said John Butler sent a message to Col. Zebulon Butler, the purport of which was (as I understood) that if all the inhabitants that were friendly to the United States wod Immediately quit the settlement, and give up all they had (except the clothes they wore) so the said John Butler wod prevent the Indians from Destroying the settlement & murdering the Inhabitants & these were his only terms: these terms Col. Zebulon Butler and Col. Denison refused to accept." "There were some divisions what was best to be done: but it was finally concluded by the officers to march up the River and prevent if Possible, the Indians from coming into the settlements - in the afternoon of the 3rd of July (for I never shall forget the Day) we marched up the River Susquehanna about five miles from Kingston on the West Side of the River, where we met the Enemy. Under the pretense of a parley, the sd John Butler had so disposed his Indians (as they proved to be much more numerous than our force, or than we apprehended) so as to surround us. About one hour before sunset, the battle began, and at first with the appearance of a success, as our men fought bravely (I was in the center) when (unfortunately the left wing endeavoring to change their position to meet a body of Indians, who came out of a swamp near by and were flanking that wing.) At that moment a voice was heard commanding a Retreat. As was supposed by many in that division to proceed from their Commanding officer (but it was a voice from some Tory) that Division broke and run. This was our ruin, and we were soon in great confusion. (I was in the center). In consequence of the flight of the west wing we were immediately surrounded by the Indians: as they gave us no quarters it was a complete Butchery: out of about fifty men, of which the company I was in consisted, thirty six were killed." "I fled with what few escaped, and I consider (to this day) my escape almost miraculous. The particulars of my escape I forbear to mention. My family lived about five miles from the Battle ground. During the night I reached my family (a wife and three children) all Infants: one of them but two days old. I immediately put my sick wife and children into a boat (I lived near the River) and fled down the River. I succeeded in passing the falls with difficulty and reached in safety Harriss ferry now Harrisburg in Pennsylvania, where the inhabitants treated me and my family with the greatest kindness. Otherwise we shod have perished, as we had nothing but our clothes that we took in our flight & had no change. In one day were reduced from a competent Estate, to absolute poverty. My wife died soon after our arrival at Harris Ferry aforesd from great fatigue and a broken heart." "As soon as I could provide for my children I returned back to Wyoming, and joined as a Volunteer a company of Continental troops sent by Genl Washington from his Army to our Relief: the company was commanded by Capt. Spaulding, Timothy Pierce was Lieut., the Ensigns name I have forgotten. I continued in the Company eight months and was discharged in May 1779 as nearly as I can remember. I returned to Connecticut in the fall of that year with my little children, provided for them places with my decd wifes friends. In the summer, on the 23d day of June 1780 my services being known, I received an Ensigns Commission from Governor Trumbull of Connecticut. The Commissions of all the Officers in Westmoreland during the war was from there. John Franklin was appointed Captain of the Company, the Lieut's name was Asa Chapman. We raised what we could. Capt. Franklin soon died of sickness and the distress he had suffered in the Wyoming Massacre & its consequences: Lieut. Chapman was soon after (I think in August 1780) killed by the Indians. A man by the name of Janeson was killed at the same time. I was sometimes stationed in fortified houses or Block houses & frequently performed scouting parties in search of the Indians. I was constantly engaged in such service, and was exposed to great fatigues, privations and Dangers, until the latter part of the fall, late in October 1781 (until after the news of the Capture of Lord Cornwallis was known throughout the Country.)" "In the fall of that year & winter, we were no more troubled with parties of Lurking Indians or Tories & I did no more service at that time. In my first Tour of Duty under Capt. Mc Charachan I was a Sergeant & performed as nearly as my memory serves me, one year and one months service. As a Volunteer I performed Eight months service. I entered in Capt. Spauldings Company as a Soldier. My desire to be revenged on the Indians for the many injuries I and my friends had received at their hands made me willing and anxious to do duty in any capacity (I had a brother killed in the Wyoming Battle by my side) my property burnt & destroyed and all my stock of cattle and hogs killed." "As an Ensign I performed one year and four months duty. I hope no man now living in the United States has suffered more than I did during that time: during most of my time services I was in the Susquehanna Country in the States of Pennsylvania and New York, mostly in the former in and about the Wyoming Country (as it was then called.)" "The service was distressing and dangerous, often in great necessity. The officers were Col. Zebulon Butler, & Col. Denison, afterward. I recollect Capt. Badlock, Capt. Robert Durkee, & a Capt. Randas, who (the three last) were tortured to death by the Indians. A Major Garrit who was Major of a Regiment was killed in the Wyoming Battle. Some of the fugitives from the Battle with Col. Denison got into a fort at Kingston (opposite Wilkes-Barry [sic].) John Butler aforsd the day after the Battle, demanded its immediate surrender & with the summons he sent in many bloody scalps. When Col. Denison who commanded the fort enquired what terms he might expect, Butler answered him "the Hatchet" - the fort was taken the next day. I have no Discharge or Documentary Evidence except my Ensigns Commission, which I herewith transmit as proof of my statement. All the Officers with whom I associated are dead & I know of no living person who cod prove my service, except Samuel Dart of Bolton, Connecticut who has entirely lost his senses and is now non compos mentis and is wholly incapable of testifying in a Court of Record: - Dart was with me some of the time." (What follows was also in the account, and provides for some excellent genealogical evidence.) "I was born in the town of Lebanon, (then Windham), now New London County, Connecticut on the 12th of December (old style, as my mother always informed me). I have no record of my age. My father when I was four years old (as my mother used to say) removed from Lebanon aforesd to Staten Island, New York. My father was a sea faring man. Died at Cape Breton, Nova Scotia when Louisburg was taken by Gen. Amherst and Gen. Wolf. He was in the old French War. My mother when I was eight years old, moved back to Lebanon and married a second husband named Spencer of Bolton. Afterward I lived in Bolton till I was twenty years old, when I removed to Hanover in Pennsylvania, now in Luzerne County where I lived until the year 1795, when I removed to Hebron. Afterward, where I lived ever since and now live." "I shall be eighty two years old the 12th of Sept. D. V. I am known to the Rev. Hiram P. Arms and his excellency John Samuel Peters, both of Hebron aforesaid & I hereby relinquish every claim whatever to a pension or annuity, except the present, & declare that my name is not on the pension rolls of the agency of this State or any State." -William Hibbard, Sworn & subscribe to, the day and year aforesd, Abner Hendu [sic], Judge of the Probate Court. We, Hiram P. Arms, a clergyman and John Samuel Peters both residents in the Town of Hebron in sd Tolland County & State of Connecticut in said dist. Of Hebron hereby testify that we are well acquainted with the aforesd William Hibbard who has subscribed & sworn to the above deposition, that we believe him to be eighty one years of age, - that he is reputed and believed to have been a Soldier of the Revolution & that we concur in that opinion. -Hiram P. Arms He lived in Luzerne County, PA in 1790. He lived in Hebron, CT after 1795. He died on June 4, 1834 in Hebron, CT.2527 He was buried after June 4, 1834. He was a Surveyor of Highways. Parents: Lieutenant Ebenezer HEBARD Jr. and Hannah DOWNER.
Spouse: Bathsheba STRONG. Ensign William HEBARD Sr. and Bathsheba STRONG were married on August 29, 1771 in Bolton, Tolland County, Connecticut Colony.2528,2529 Children were: Naome HEBARD, Bathsheba HEBARD, William HEBARD Jr..
William HEBARD Jr. was born about July 1, 1778 in Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania, CT.2511 He died on July 8, 1839 in Homer, NY.215 Parents: Ensign William HEBARD Sr. and Bathsheba STRONG.
John HEBBARD Sr. was born on July 23, 1787 in Bethel, Republic of Vermont.1972,2530 He was baptized on January 19, 1822 in Riviere-du-Loup (later Louiseville), Quebec, Lower Canada.2530 He lived in Lac Maskinonge, St-Gabriel-de-Brandon, Quebec, Lower Canada after 1824. He died on May 2, 1864.392 He was buried in Old English Cemetery, Lac Maskinonge, PQ, Canada. He served in the military. Captain of Militia. Named after paternal grandfather and great-grandfather. Parents: Timothy HEBBARD III and Jerusha LAWRENCE.
Spouse: Mary ARMSTRONG. John HEBBARD Sr. and Mary ARMSTRONG were married in 1813.392 Children were: Sarah HIBBARD, Elsie HIBBARD, Edward HIBBARD, Jesse Carr HIBBARD, John William HIBBARD Jr., Samuel Richardson HIBBARD, Jerusha Elizabeth HIBBARD, Josiah George HIBBARD, Charles Dunn HIBBARD.
Timothy HEBBARD III was born on January 4, 1759 in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut Colony.2531 He lived in Royalton, Vermont, NY after April 1777. He lived in Lac Maskinonge, St-Gabriel-de-Brandon, Quebec, Lower Canada in 1822. He died about 1841 in Quebec, Canada East.1941 Calculated from age at death. He has Ancestral File Number 498. Parents: John HEBARD Jr. and Elizabeth PEARL.
Spouse: Jerusha LAWRENCE. Timothy HEBBARD III and Jerusha LAWRENCE were married about 1780. Children were: Samuel L. HIBBARD, Elizabeth HIBBARD, Timothy HIBBARD IV, Mary HIBBARD, John HEBBARD Sr., Josiah HIBBARD I, Josiah HIBBARD II.
HÉBERT dit Lecomte was born on August 11, 1692 in L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, New France.10 HÉBERT dit Lecomte died on August 11, 1692 in L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, New France.10 HÉBERT dit Lecomte is reference number 001966-1. Parents: Guillaume HÉBERT dit Lecomte Sr. and Anne ROUSSIN.
Amanda HEBERT was born on October 18, 1894 in Somersworth, NH.62 She died on September 23, 1970.62
Spouse: Oliver BISSON. Oliver BISSON and Amanda HEBERT were married on October 23, 1916 in Somersworth, NH.62 Children were: Edna BISSON, Living, Doris BISSON, Jane BISSON, Albert BISSON, Richard BISSON Sr..
Andrew HEBERT was born on February 18, 1785.215 He died. Parents: Ebenezer HEBERT Sr. and Eunice KIMBALL.
Angélique HÉBERT was born on August 2, 1639 in Québec City, Québec, New France.10 She was christened on August 2, 1639 in Québec, New France. She died before 1666. She is reference number 016022-3. Parents: Guilliaume HÉBERT and Hélène DES PORTES.
Anne HEBERT was born about 1607. She died in 1620.2532 Died while giving birth. Parents: Louis HÉBERT and Marie ROLLET.
Anne HÉBERT dit Lecomte was born on April 11, 1695 in L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, New France.10 She died. She is reference number 001966-3. Parents: Guillaume HÉBERT dit Lecomte Sr. and Anne ROUSSIN.
Antoine HEBERT was born in 1621 in La Haye Descartes, Indre et Loire, Kingdom of France.82 He lived in Acadie, Canada after 1640. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 7074.
Augustin HEBERT was born before 1624 in Caen, Normandie, Kingdom of France.522 He died on August 13, 1653 in Montréal, Québec, New France.522 Parents: Guillaume HEBERT and Marguerite MEUNIER.
Augustin HÉBERT was born in 1762.59 He died.
Bédelia HÉBERT59 was born about 1869. She died. Parents: Pascal-Théodore HÉBERT III and Euphémie COUSINEAU.
Catherine HEBERT was born in 1656 in Port-Royal, Acadie, Canada.82 She died. She has Ancestral File Number 3537. Parents: Antoine HEBERT and Genevieve LEFRANC.
Charlotte HEBERT82 was born about 1569. She died. Parents: Nicholas HEBERT and Jacqueline PAJOT.
Charlotte HEBERT was born in 1788.215 She died. Parents: Ebenezer HEBERT Sr. and Eunice KIMBALL.
Cyril J. HÉBERT59 was born about 1875. He died. Parents: Pascal-Théodore HÉBERT III and Euphémie COUSINEAU.
Douglas HEBERT was born in September 1938 in Putnam, CT.2533 Born in the first week of the month. He died in September 1938 in Norwich, CT.2533 Died late in the month. Was taken home for the first time just as the 1938 Hurricane was hitting on September 21, 1938. It had blown out the home's windows, and he caught and died of pneumonia. Parents: Homer Peck HEBERT and Hélèna Blanche BÉLANGER.
Ebenezer HEBERT Sr. was born on October 4, 1756 in Scotland, Windham County, Connecticut Colony.2534 He lived in Windham, Connecticut Colony after October 4, 1756. He lived in Canajoharie, NY after 1793. He lived in Schoharie County, NY before 1835. He died on May 9, 1835 in Cobleskill, NY.2535 He was buried in New York. He served in the military. Parents: Nathan HEBARD Sr. and Zipporah BUSHNELL.
Spouse: Eunice KIMBALL. Ebenezer HEBERT Sr. and Eunice KIMBALL were married on December 30, 1779 in Scotland Congregational Church, Scotland, CT.2536 Children were: Ebenezer HEBERT Jr., Lucy HEBERT, Andrew HEBERT, Charlotte HEBERT, Lydia HEBERT, Nathan HEBERT, Eunice HEBERT.
Spouse: Mary WHITE. Ebenezer HEBERT Sr. and Mary WHITE were married about 1820.
Ebenezer HEBERT Jr. was born about 1781 in Scotland, CT.215 He died in 1814.215 Parents: Ebenezer HEBERT Sr. and Eunice KIMBALL.
Estienne HÉBERT110 was born about 1625 in La Haye, Descartes, Balesne, Touraine, Kingdom of France. He died about 1670 in Port-Royal, Acadie, Canada. He has Ancestral File Number 5776.
Eugene Homer HEBERT was born on August 28, 1932 in Norwich, CT.2537 He lived in Plainfield, CT after August 28, 1932. He lived in Greenville in Norwich, CT about 1935. He lived on Lake St. in Moosup, Plainfield, CT after 1937. He lived on High St. in Moosup, Plainfield, CT before 1943. He lived at 222 Franklin St. in Norwich, CT between 1943 and 1946. He lived on Route 138 in Griswold, CT after 1946. Between 1950 and 1953 he was an Egg Truck Driver in Plainfield, CT. For his father's business. Between 1961 and August 1987 he was a Poultry Products Grader in Pennsylvania. U.S. Department of Agriculture. Formerly in Connecticut. After 1987 he was a Truck Parts Delivery Worker in Pennsylvania. He died on December 22, 2003.2538 He lived at 993 Carter Dr. in Stevens, PA. Named (middle) after his father. Parents: Homer Peck HEBERT and Hélèna Blanche BÉLANGER.
Eunice HEBERT was born about 1794. She died. She lived in Utica, NY.215 Parents: Ebenezer HEBERT Sr. and Eunice KIMBALL.
Spouse: James VAN SYCE. James VAN SYCE and Eunice HEBERT were married about 1815.
Ferdinand HÉBERT59 was born about 1827. He died. Parents: Paschal HÉBERT Sr. and Lucille BARETTE.
François HÉBERT dit Lecomte was born about 1615.10 He died on February 1, 1688 in Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, New France.10 He emigrated from France.10 He has Ancestral File Number 3932. RESIDENCES: St Aignan sur Ry, town and archdiocese of Rouen, Normandie (Siene Maritime), France.
Spouse: Anne FAUCONNIER. François HÉBERT dit Lecomte and Anne FAUCONNIER were married on October 5, 1644 in Mont Aux Malades, Normandie, Kingdom of France.10 Children were: Nicolas HÉBERT dit Lecomte, Guillaume HÉBERT dit Lecomte Sr., Jeanne HÉBERT dit Lecomte, Renée Madeleine HÉBERT dit Lecomte, Louis HÉBERT dit Lecomte, Jacques HÉBERT dit Lecomte.
Francois HÉBERT was born about 1692 in Port-Royal, Acadie, Canada. He died after 1728 in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.110 Died after birth of last son Jean-Baptiste, circa 1728 He has Ancestral File Number 1444. Parents: Michel HÉBERT and Isabelle PELLERIN.
François HÉBERT dit Lecomte was born on August 31, 1700 in L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, New France.10 He died on January 21, 1703 in L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, New France.10 He is reference number 001966-5. Parents: Guillaume HÉBERT dit Lecomte Sr. and Anne ROUSSIN.
François HÉBERT dit Lecomte II was born on January 28, 1704 in L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, New France.10 He died. He is reference number 001966-7. Parents: Guillaume HÉBERT dit Lecomte Sr. and Anne ROUSSIN.
François HÉBERT dit Lecomte was born on February 24, 1722 in L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, New France.10 He died. He is reference number 001966-2-4. Parents: Guillaume HÉBERT dit Lecomte Jr. and Madeleine LABARGE.