Paternal Line of Robin Bellamy - pyan108 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Piatt/Pyatt/Peyatte of all spellings

Notes


John Wilcockson

John Wilcox accompanied his parents to Massachusetts, living first at Concord, then at Boston for a number of years. His father gave him half of his property for removing to Stratford, CT, where he
lived near the meeting house, and was a deacon of the church.
His will was probated March 10, 1690


John Wilcockson

John Wilcox accompanied his parents to Massachusetts, living first at Concord, then at Boston for a number of years. His father gave him half of his property for removing to Stratford, CT, where he
lived near the meeting house, and was a deacon of the church.
His will was probated March 10, 1690


Joseph Wilcockson

Joseph Wilcockson was taken by his parents to Stratford, CT in 1639. After his marriage Joseph and Anna settled in Killingworth, probably in the spring of 1665, where he remained until his death.


Liet Joseph Wilcockson

Liet. Joseph Wilcockson was interred October 1, 1747 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., CT. Joseph although born at Stratford, was taken as a child to Killingworth in 1665 when his parents moved there.
He was still using Wilcockson at the time of his marriage, but the children are shown in records as Wilcox. He was known as Lieut. from the commission in the local trainband. He served Killingworth
as Deputy in the General Assembly at Hartfolrd in 1726, 1730, 1738, 1741 to 1743, and 1745.


Samuel Wilcockson

Samuel Wilcockson went to Simsbury as one of it proprietory settlers. To him, with others, went the first patent for land, and also the deed from the Indians. He was Sergeant of the trainband at
Simsbury, and, many times, a deputy to the legislature.


Obediah Wilcockson

He settled in Killingworth, CT, removing before 1676 to East Guilford, which later became Madison, CT. Obediah was made a freeman in 1672.