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Some Hayes, Dibble, and Other Family Connections

From the Family Research Files of Donna Haddock Cooper

My family lines are yellow highlighted

 

Descendants of George Hayes

1 George Hayes 1655 - 1725 b: March 26, 1655 in Scotland d: September 02, 1725 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut +Sarah Dibble - 1683 b: in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: Abt. 1683 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut m: in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut

2 George Hayes 1683 - 1683 b: March 26, 1683 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut d: April 03, 1683

*2nd Wife of George Hayes: +Abigail Dibble 1666/67 - 1725 b: January 19, 1666/67 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: 1725 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut m: August 25, 1683 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Abigail Hayes 1684 - b: August 31, 1684 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut +Paul Tompkins 1684 - b: Abt. 1684 m: Abt. 1704

2 Daniel Hayes 1686 - 1756 b: April 26, 1686 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: September 23, 1756 in Salmon Brook, Connecticut Burial: Salmon Brook, Simsbury (now Granby), CT +Martha Holcomb 1701/02 - 1716/17 b: February 15, 1701/02 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: January 09, 1716/17 in Simsbury, Connecticut m: March 01, 1715/16 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. *2nd Wife of Daniel Hayes: +Sarah Lee - 1738 d: July 14, 1738 m: May 04, 1721 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut

2 Sarah Hayes 1687/88 - b: January 22, 1687/88 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut d: in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut  +John Gozzard 1682 - 1760 b: August 31, 1682 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: 1760 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut m: 1705 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut

2 Mary Hayes 1689/90 - b: January 06, 1689/90 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut d: in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut +William Rice 1689 - b: Abt. 1689 d: in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut m: August 28, 1712 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut

2 Johanna Hayes 1692 - 1771 b: October 02, 1692 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut d: May 15, 1771 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut  +James Hillyer, Jr. 1677/78 - 1770 b: January 28, 1677/78 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: 1770 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut m: January 05, 1708/09 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut

2 George Hayes 1694/95 - 1765 b: March 09, 1694/95 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut d: September 02, 1765 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut  +Sarah 1694 - b: Abt. 1694

2 William Hayes 1697 - b: June 13, 1697 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut +Joanna Lee 1697 - b: Abt. 1697 m: September 23, 1750

2 Samuel Hayes 1699 - 1759 b: 1699 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: 1759 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut  +Elizabeth Wilcoxson 1700 - b: October 13, 1700 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut m: July 11, 1719 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut

2 Thankful Hayes 1702 - 1771 b: 1702 in Salombrook, Connecticut d: May 15, 1771 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut  +Nathaniel Holcombe 1696 - b: October 25, 1696 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut m: October 09, 1717 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut

2 Benjamin Hayes 1703 - 1744 b: 1703 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: October 19, 1744

2 Dorothy Hayes 1706 - b: April 23, 1706 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut +Abraham Dibble 1706 - b: Abt. 1706 d: in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut m: April 14, 1720


MY Line is highlighted in yellow.

From the Family Research Files of Donna Haddock Cooper

"Dibble, Deeble, or Deble, Abraham, Boston, s. of John, by W. Lydia wh. was, perhaps, d. of William Teffe, or Tift, had John, b. 7 July 1648, rem. prob. to Haddam, was there May 1673, thence perhaps rem. to Suffield, and d. 31 Dec. 1690; had also Abraham, wh. d. 1676, aged 6 yrs. much elder Benjamin. wh. sw. alleg. to Mass. 30 Jan. 1679, but sett. at Simsbury; and perhaps other ch. certain. some ds. as Abigail, wh. m. 1 Feb. 1683, John Filley of Suffield; and Lydia, wh. m. Thomas Pixley. By future investigat. it may possib. be pro. that ano. Abraham than him of Boston was f. of these."

"Dibble, Ebenzer, Windsor,
s. of Thomas, m. 27 Oct. 1663, Mary Wakefield, d. of John, had Mary, b. 27 Dec. 1664; Wakefield, 15 Sept. 1667; Martha, 10 Mar. 1670, d. young; Ebenezer, 18 Aug. 1671; and John, 9 Feb. 1674; was k. by the Ind. in Philip's war at the gr. swamp fight 19 Dec. 1675. His wid. m. 1677, James Hillier; and d. Mary m. 10 May 1681, John Enno. Israel, Windsor, eldest s. of Thomas, m. 28 Nov. 1661, Elizabeth d. of Josiah Hull, had Josiah, b. 15 May 1667; Thomas, 16 Sept. 1670; Elizabeth 27 Mar. 1673; George, 26 Jan. 1676; John, 18 Apr. 1678, d. in six mos. and the f. d. 12 Dec. 1697."

"Dibble, John, Springfield 1641, had (perhaps bef. going thither) Abraham, and Samuel; and after, Zachary, b. 4 Apr. 1644; Elizabeth 17, bapt. 18 Jan. 1646; and Sarah (posthum.) 21 Mar. 1647. He d. Sept. 1646, and his wid. m. Nov. 1647, William Graves of Stamford. Robert, Dorchester 1634, writ. his name Deeble, freem. 6 May 1635, was liv. there in 1652. Samuel, Stamford 1667, S. of John.
Samuel, Simsbury, br. of Israel, by first w. had Abigail, b. 19 Jan. 1666; and he m. 21 Jan. 1669, sec. W. Hepzibah, d. of John Bartlett, had Hepzibah, b. 19 Dec. 1669; Joanna, 14 Oct. 1672; Samuel, 13 Apr. 1675, d. soon; Samuel, again, 4 May 1677; Mindwell, 17 Feb. 1681; Thankful, 19 June 1685; and Patience, 25 Oct. 1687. In Geneal. Reg. V. 66, two of the ch. have dif. names from these. His w. d. Dec. 1701. THOMAS, Dorchester, perhaps s. of Robert, freem. 17 May 1637, rem. early to Windsor, and in Apr. 1640 was adm. freem. of Conn. had Israel, b. 29 Aug. 1637; Samuel, wh. d. 31 May 1641; Ebenezer, bapt. 26 Sept. 1641; Hepzibah, 25 Dec. 1642; Samuel, again, 24 Mar. 1644; Miriam, 7 Dec. 1645; Thomas, b. 3 Sept. 1647; and Joanna, 1 Feb. 1650, d. soon; and his w. d. 14 May 1681. He m. 25 June 1683, Elizabeth the wid. of Robert Hinsdale, wh. d. 25 Sept. 1689. All the s. had fams.; And he d. at great age, 17 Oct. 1700. Hepzibah m. 15 Apr. 1664, Samuel Gibbs; and Miriam m. 14 Dec. 1676, the sec. Jonathan Gillet, as his sec. w."

"Dibble, Thomas, Windsor, s. of the preced. m. 10 Oct. 1676, Mary Tucker, wh. was b. 4 Oct. 1653, in Eng. says the fam. rec. had Thomas, b. 21 Aug. 1677; a ch. 30 July 1679, d. bef. b.; and Mary, 9 Aug. 1680, d. young; Abraham, 1684 ; George, 1687; and Mary, 1689. Zechary, Stamford [[vol. 2, p. 47]] 1665, s. of John, m. 10 May 1666, Sarah Waterbury, had Zechary, b. 1667; and in Oct. 1672 his w. obt. divorce for sev. causes; and not long after m. Nicholas Webster."

Ref: A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before 1692, Volume #2, By James Savage
 

14 generation 13 generation
Robert Dibble and wife. Born in Weymouth, Somersetshire, England. They are buried in Hartford
Co., CT.
Thomas & Mary Frances Dibble. They were born in Weymouth, Somersetshire, England and are buried in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT.
12 generation 11 generation 10 generation 9 generation
Samuel & Mary (Grant) Dibble. They died Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut George & Abigail (Dibble) Hayes. He was from Scotland - died in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.   John & Sarah (Hayes) Goddard - Gozzard. They are buried at Granby, Hartford, CT. John & Mary (Hillyer) Gozzard - Goddard. They are buried in Hartford Co., CT.
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
Isaac & Rosanna (Holcombe) Goddard, Sr. Isaac served as a private in the Rev War. They are buried at Granby, Hartford Co., CT.

 

Titus & Samantha (Adams) Goddard - They are buried at Granby, Hartford Co., CT. Orlando & Asentha (Goddard) Pease. They are buried at Stark Cemetery, in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska. They were from Granby, Hartford Co., CT. James Alvin & Janetta (Fetrow) Pease, died Barry Co., MO. He was born in CT and served in Civil War as a private - Union Soldier from CT. James Harvey & Ella Mae (Pease) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He was a little drummer boy in the Spanish American War.
3 Generation        
Loyd & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He served in WW I as a nurse.        

 

11 generation 10 generation 9 Generation
George & Abigail (Dibble) Hayes. He was from Scotland and died in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. Samuel & Elizabeth (Wilcox -Wilcoxson) Hayes, they died in Granby, Hartford, CT Andrew & Miss (Rice) Hayes. They are buried in Granby, Hartford Co., CT.
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
William & Mabel (Hayes) Adams, they died in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. Titus and Samantha (Adams) Goddard. He died in Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She died at Griffin, Spalding, Georgia Orlando & Asentha (Goddard) Pease. They are buried at Stark Cemetery, in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska. They were from Granby, Hartford Co., CT. James Alvin & Janetta (Fetrow) Pease, died Barry Co., MO. He was born in CT and served in Civil War as a private - Union Soldier from CT. James Harvey & Ella Mae (Pease) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He was a little drummer boy in the Spanish American War.
3 Generation        
Loyd & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He served in WW I as a nurse.        

 

11 generation 10 generation 9 Generation
George & Abigail (Dibble) Hayes. He was from Scotland and died in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT James & Johanna (Hayes) Hillyer, died in Hartford Co., CT John & Mary (Hillyer) Goddard - Gozzard. They died in Hartford Co., CT.
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
Isaac & Rosanna (Holcombe) Goddard - Gozzard. They died in Hartford Co., CT.  Titus and Samantha (Adams) Goddard. He died at Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She died in Griffin, Spalding, Georgia Orlando & Asentha (Goddard) Pease. They are buried at Stark Cemetery, in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska. They were from Granby, Hartford Co., CT. James Alvin & Janetta (Fetrow) Pease, died Barry Co., MO. He was born in CT and served in Civil War as a private - Union Soldier from CT. James Harvey & Ella Mae (Pease) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He was a little drummer boy in the Spanish American War.
3 Generation        
Loyd & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He served in WW I as a nurse.        

 

11 generation 10 generation 9 Generation
George & Abigail (Dibble) Hayes. He was from Scotland and died in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT James & Johanna (Hayes) Hillyer, died in Hartford Co., CT John & Mary (Hillyer) Goddard - Gozzard. They died in Hartford Co., CT.
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
Isaac & Rosanna (Holcombe) Goddard - Gozzard. They died in Hartford Co., CT.  Titus and Samantha (Adams) Goddard. He died at Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She died in Griffin, Spalding, Georgia Orlando & Asentha (Goddard) Pease. They are buried at Stark Cemetery, in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska. They were from Granby, Hartford Co., CT. James Alvin & Janetta (Fetrow) Pease, died Barry Co., MO. He was born in CT and served in Civil War as a private - Union Soldier from CT. James Harvey & Ella Mae (Pease) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He was a little drummer boy in the Spanish American War.
3 Generation        
Loyd & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He served in WW I as a nurse.        

 

President Rutherford Hayes descended from Daniel and Sarah (Lee) Hayes


Descendants of John Case

1 John Case 1616 - b: July 25, 1616 in Aylesham, England d: in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut +Sarah Spencer 1636 - 1691 b: April 20, 1636 in Boston, Massachusetts d: November 03, 1691 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut m: August 17, 1656 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Elizabeth Case 1658 - 1718 b: 1658 in Maspeth Kill, NY d: 1718 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut +Joseph Lewis 1658 - b: Abt. 1658 d: in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut m: April 30, 1674 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Mary Case 1660 - 1725 b: June 22, 1660 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut d: August 22, 1725 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut +William Alderman 1660 - b: Abt. 1660 m: 1679 in Simsbury, Hartford, Ct

*2nd Husband of Mary Case: +James Hillyer, Sr. 1644 - 1720 b: July 23, 1644 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: July 28, 1720 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut m: March 30, 1699 in Windsor Twp., Hartford Co., Connecticut

2 John Case 1662 - 1733 b: November 25, 1662 in Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut d: May 22, 1733 in Weatogue, Hartford County, Connecticut +Mary Ocultt 1662 - b: Abt. 1662 d: in Weatogue, Hartford County, Connecticut m: September 12, 1684 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut

*2nd Wife of John Case: +Sarah Holcombe 1672/73 - 1763 b: February 01, 1672/73 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: January 22, 1763 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut m: 1693 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut

2 William James Case 1665 - 1700 b: June 05, 1665 in Windsor, Connecticut d: March 31, 1700 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut  +Elizabeth Holcombe 1670 - 1762 b: April 04, 1670 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: February 26, 1762 in Terry Plains, Simsbury, Connecticut m: 1691 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Samuel Case 1667 - 1725 b: June 01, 1667 in Windsor, Connecticut d: 1725 in Weatogur, Connecticut +Mary Westover 1667 - b: Abt. 1667 d: in Weatogur, Connecticut m: Abt. 1687 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Richard Case 1669 - 1746 b: August 27, 1669 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut d: 1746 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut +Amy Reade 1677/78 - 1746 b: March 03, 1677/78 d: Aft. 1746 m: September 01, 1701 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Bartholomew Case 1670 - 1725 b: October 1670 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut d: 1725 +Mary Humphrey 1670 - b: Abt. 1670 m: December 07, 1699 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Joseph Case 1674 - 1748 b: April 06, 1674 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut d: 1748 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut +Anna Eno 1682 - 1760 b: April 10, 1682 in Windsor, CT d: June 10, 1760 in Simsbury, CT m: April 06, 1699 in Simsbury, CT

2 Sarah Case 1676 - b: August 14, 1676 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut d: in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut +Joseph Phelps 1667 - b: August 20, 1667 in Windsor, Connecticut m: November 06, 1699 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Abigail Case 1682 - b: May 04, 1682 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut +Jonah Westover 1682 - b: Abt. 1682 m: September 01, 1701 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut

13 Generation 12 Generation 11 Generation 10 Generation 9 Generation
John &  Sarah (Spencer) Case. He was born Aylesham, England and she was born in Boston, MA. John &  Sarah (Holcombe) Case - Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Daniel &  Penelope (Buttolph) Case - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut Lt. David & Mindwell (Case) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents Abel & Anna (Roberts) Adams Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
William & Mabel (Hayes) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents Titus & Samantha (Adams) Goddard - He died at Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She died in Griffin, Spalding, Georgia -  She shares tree with Adams presidents Orlando & Asentha (Goddard) Pease. They are buried at Stark Cemetery, in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska. They were from Granby, Hartford Co., CT. James Alvin & Janetta (Fetrow) Pease, died Barry Co., MO. He was born in CT and served in Civil War as a private - Union Soldier from CT. James Harvey & Ella Mae (Pease) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He was a little drummer boy in the Spanish American War.
3 Generation        
Loyd & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He served in WW I as a nurse.        

"Buck, Emanuel or Enoch, Wethersfield, by W. Sarah had Ezekiel, b. 1650; John, 1652; Jonathan, 1655; and by sec. w. Mary, d. of John Kirby of Middletown, had David, 1667; Sarah, 1667; Hannah, 1671; Elizabeth 1676; Thomas, 1678; and Abigail, 1682. Here is a strange confus. of names, yet the W rec. ment. the man by both prefixes, in diff. places; and the surname was varied into Book, or Bouk, as he wrote it. Ephriam, Woburn, m. 1 Jan. 1671, Sarah Brooks, had Sarah, [[vol. 1, p. 284]] b. 11 Jan. 1674; Ephraim, 13 July 1676; John, 1 Jan. 1679, d. in few days; John, again, 7 Feb. 1680; Samuel, 13 Nov. 1682; Eunice, 7 July 1685; Ebenezer, 20 May 1689; and Mary, 28 Oct. 1691. Henry, Wethersfield, m. 31 Oct. 1660, Elizabeth d. of Josiah Churchill, had Samuel, b. 1664; Martha, 1667; Elizabeth 1670; Mary, 1673; Sarah, 1678; Ruth, 1681; Mehitable, 1684; and Henry; He d. 7 July 1712. Isaac, Scituate 1647, town clk. rep. 1663, 4, and 5; bore arms 1643, and was the lieut. 1676, wh. repuls. the Ind. assault on the town, d. 1695, leav. wid. Frances, and ch. Thomas, Joseph, Jonathan, Benjamin, Elizabeth wh. was w. of Robert Whitcomb, Mehitable, w. of Stephen Chittenden, Ruth, m. 17 Jan. 1677, Joseph Garrett, not Gannett, as print. in Geneal. Reg. IX. 316, and Deborah, w. of Henry Merritt. James, Hingham 1638, came in the Diligent, that yr. with one serv. John Morfield, from old Hingham, freem. 22 May 1639. He m. 4 June 1639, at Dorchester, but the w's name is not seen, had a ch. that was bur. 13 June 1640; Lydia, bapt. 3 Dec. 1643; Adam, wh. d. 24 Apr. 1646; and Abel, prob. tw. br. bapt. 26 Apr. 1646; and Lydia d. at 23 yrs. John, Hingham, br. of the preced. came, prob. in the same sh. was short time at Dorchester, rem. 1650, to Scituate, m. Elizabeth d. of Samuel Holbrook of Weymouth, had Elizabeth b. 1653; Mary, 1655; Joseph, 1657; John, 1659; Hannah, 1661; Susanna, 1664; Benjamin, 1665; Deborah, 1670; Robert, 1672; and Rachel, 1674. He m. 1693, the wid. of sec. Edward Dotey, wh. was prob. Sarah, sis. of famous Elder Faunce, and d. 1697, or, rather, his will bears that date. Roger, Cambridge, came in the Increase 1635, aged 18, perhaps s. of William, had Mary, b. 1638, wh. d. 31 Aug. 1669; John, 3 Sept. 1644; Ephraim, 26 July 1646; Mary, 23 June 1648; Ruth, 6 Nov. 1653; and Elizabeth 5 July 1657; perhaps others. His w. Susanna d. 10 Sept. 1685. Prob. he had other ch. for Harris's Epit. ment. d. of Nathaniel, 19 July 1672; of Ann, 13 Apr. 1675; and of Samuel, 21 Sept. 1690. William, Cambridge, ploughwright, came in the Increase 1635, aged 50, d. 24 Jan. 1658. His s. Roger had admin. in Apr. foll. A Christian B. came in the Blessing 1635, aged 26."  A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before 1692, Volume #1, Pgs 275 - 286, Brown - Buckland - By James Savage

 

    16 Generation 15 Generation 14 Generation
    Robert & Joan (Broke) Foote - born Shalford, Colchester, Essex, England, ancestor of President Richard Nixon, President George Bush & President William Howard Taft Nathaniel & Elizabeth (Deming) Foote, born Shalford, Colchester, Essex, England died in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut - ancestor of President George Bush & Charles Gates Dawes- US Vice President 1925-1929.  Josiah & Elizabeth (Foote) Churchill, died in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut
13 Generation 12 Generation 11 Generation 10 Generation 9 Generation
Henry & Elizabeth (Churchill) Buck. He was born Cambridge, Middlesex, MA & died in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut - ancestor of Garrison Kent Hall, founder of G. K. Hall & Co.- He was a publisher. David & Mary (Buck) Bullolph - Simsbury, Hartford County, Connecticut Daniel &  Penelope (Buttolph) Case - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut Lt. David & Minwell (Case) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents Abel & Anna (Roberts) Adams Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
William & Mabel (Hayes) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents Titus & Samantha (Adams) Goddard - He died at Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She died in Griffin, Spalding, Georgia -  She shares tree with Adams presidents Orlando & Asentha (Goddard) Pease. They are buried at Stark Cemetery, in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska. They were from Granby, Hartford Co., CT. James Alvin & Janetta (Fetrow) Pease, died Barry Co., MO. He was born in CT and served in Civil War as a private - Union Soldier from CT. James Harvey & Ella Mae (Pease) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He was a little drummer boy in the Spanish American War.
3 Generation        
Loyd & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He served in WW I as a nurse.        

Isaac Goddard served as a private in the Revolutionary War from the state of CT. He applied for a pension while living in Granby, CT in Hartford Co. He stated that he was born in Simsbury, now Granby, CT in Hartford County, 12 Mar 1752. At age 90 Rosanna applied for a widow's pension on the service record of her late husband, Isaac Goddard. It was stated that Isaac died 16 April 1840 in Granby, CT. Isaac married Rosanna Holcombe sometime in April 1776 in Granby, CT and lived there his entire life. Rosanna's father is given as Joseph Holcombe. Her father died sometime prior to May of 1843. Rosanna and Isaac were married by Judah Holcombe a Justice of the Peace in Hartford Co., CT. No relationship to Judah was stated. In 1843, Rosanna gave her age as 90 years old but she did not state her birth date. One son Isaac Goddard, Jr. was mentioned in the file and Linus Goddard signed some of the papers. Isaac Goddard, Jr. was deceased in 1852 according to the file. In 1853 Linus Goddard referred to Isaac Goddard, the Rev. War Solider and as the grandson of said solider. In 1843 John Goddard stated that he was present at the marriage of Rosanna and Isaac Goddard. He was a resident of Granby, Connecticut. In 1843 John Goddard was 83 years old. In 1832 Joseph Holcombe stated that he was a resident of Peru, Hampshire Co., MA, and that he was on a tour with Isaac Goddard in the Revolutionary War. In 1832 Nathan and Austin Goddard made claims in support of Isaac Goddard when he applied for a pension. In 1845 Joel C. Holcombe, Judge of the Probate Court for Granby, CT, and Ardon B. Holcombe was the clerk of the court in Hartford County but no kinship was stated. In 1853 A. B. Holcombe and Ellen Holcomb witnessed the signature of Linus Goddard a grandson of Isaac Goddard.

The names of the children of Isaac and Rosanna was gathered from the family papers of James Pease and his wife Janetta Fetrow. Those papers are on file with Donna Haddock Cooper.

Descendants of Isaac Goddard, Sr.

1 Isaac Goddard, Sr. 1751/52 - 1840 b: March 12, 1751/52 in Simsbury Twp, Hartford, Connecticut d: April 16, 1840 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut +Abagail Moore 1751 - b: Abt. 1751 in Granby, Hartford Co., Connecticut  *2nd Wife of Isaac Goddard, Sr.:  +Rosanna Holcombe 1752 - 1843 b: October 09, 1752 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut d: January 20, 1843 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut m: April 1776 in Granby, Hartford Co., Connecticut

2 Goddard b: in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Goddard b: in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Goddard b: in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Isaac Goddard, Jr. 1778 - 1852 b: 1778 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut d: 1852 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut Burial: Granby Cemetery, Granby, Hartford, Connecticut +Polly Goddard 1778 - b: Abt. 1778 in Granby, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: in Granby, Hartford Co., Connecticut m: in Granby, Hartford Co., Connecticut *2nd Wife of Isaac Goddard, Jr.: +Abigail Moore 1778 - b: Abt. 1778 d: in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Rosanna Goddard 1780 - 1875 b: 1780 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut d: 1875 +Warren Root 1780 - b: Abt. 1780 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut m: January 27, 1805 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Titus Goddard 1783 - 1825 b: 1783 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut d: August 18, 1825 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut +Samantha Adams 1784 - 1853 b: Abt. 1784 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut d: Abt. 1853 in Griffin, Spalding, Georgia m: Abt. 1804 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Ruth Goddard 1788 - 1845 b: 1788 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut d: 1845 in LaSalle, Illinois +Gideon Gillett 1788 - b: Abt. 1788 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut m: December 02, 1806 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Linus Goddard 1792 - b: 1792 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut  +Eliza Head 1792 - b: Abt. 1792 m: Abt. 1812 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Nathan Goddard 1794 - b: Abt. 1794 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Riverius Goddard 1796 - b: Abt. 1796 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut d: in St. Joseph, Berrien, Michigan +Jane Buttles 1796 - b: Abt. 1796

2 Lucy Goddard 1798 - b: 1798 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut  +Zolphar Holcomb 1798 - b: Abt. 1798 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut m: Abt. 1818

Baptism date for Lory, Warren, Lucius, James Goddard at the First Cong Church in Granby, CT., May 6, 1827.


Estate Settlement for Titus Goddard

Granby, Connecticut, November 9th, 1825: We the under signers being appointed by the Honorable Court of Probates to apprise the Estate of Titus Godard -- late of Granby, deceased.
Meet according to appointment and aprisse as follows:
One Bibel, 34, one hat 20 and pair boots 2.75 3.29
one great coat 6.00, one at 1.00 7.00
one lenout 1.50, one strait bodyd coat, 2.25 3.75
one military coat 1.25, and strait bodyd coat 17 1.42
one pair black panteloans 1.75, and one pair at 1.00 1 .75
one black vest 50, one red at 50 and 3 light colored at 75 1.75
one pair straiped panteloons 40 .40
4 shirts 1.00, one pair cotten stockings 50 1.50
3 pair stockings 58, 3 hankincheifs 58 1.16
one gun and armlements 4.50 4.50
five feather bed bolsters & pilows 7.20
under bed 75, bed tict & cord 1.75 2.50
bed, feather bed 3.50, under bed 30 3.80
bed tict & cord 45 .45
bed feathers, bed & under bed baletine & pilows 2.60
bed tick & cord 1.00
bed quilt 1.75, blankit & old bed quilt 2.00 3.75
calico bed quilts 2.00 2.00
small bed & clothing 1.00
one rag rug 1.00
3 wooling sheets 2.00, 14 lining at 9=10 11.10
6 pilows cases, 75, 4 table cloths, 3.45, 3 towels 36 4.56
dining table 1.50, one at 60, 2 candel stands 80 2.90
one chest of drawers 1.00, one at 50 1.50
3 lowe chests 3.00, one rocking craddle 33 3.33
4 meal bags 67, 3 winsor chairs 90, 8 kitchen at 96 2.53
2 cider tubs 2.00, 17 cider barrels 4.25, stove boot 67 6.92
one plow clevey 1.50, one at 83., yoaked bag 1.00 3.33
craught chain 1.75, one iron shovel 50 2.25
2 fung forks 1.85, 3 axes 20, prat at 1.75 2.58
4 brushhooks & 4 hay 83, craded & cythe 2.00 2.83
3 cythes at 2, 2 lathes 1.75, 3 lot of frog teeth 2.80 4.55
83 1/5 lot old cavthis 2.91, 3 rakes 34, one pitch fork 3.42
5 baskets at 45, 3 twine luges to hay 7.00 28 28.95
one horse 52.50, one pair oxen 49.00 101.50
9 sheep 11.25, wagon & harnis 20, saddle & bridle 33.75
pair of ginnies 83, shove & tongs 1.33 2.16
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2 paning pots 1.33, teakittle 2.16
2 dish kittles 50, one flat iron 33, one tramil 17 1.00
5 skilets 1.00, 2 candle sticks 25, 2 pails 73 1.62
one dutch oven 1.17, one great at 83, one red 33 2.33
2 meat bowels 83, cider & apples 18.75 19.58
cracking & glafs wane 1.23, 3 tables & 6 tea spoons 1.17 1.40
cansters, 6 bread tray 8, milk pans 83, old pitcher 1.97
lantern 1.25 1.25
one half bushell 1.25
5 bushell of wheat 6.25, 3 bushell mash flax 3.00 9.25
50 bushell flax in the sheaf 25.00 as colevated 25.00
colevated 50 bushels oats, 12.00 colevated, 40 corn 28.00
7 tons of hay & stacks of stacks 58.00
15 wt wool 5.55 -- flax in the sheaf 3.00 8.55
27 acres of land west of highway & building 1015.00
12 southeast wood and plow land 30.00
17 half acres west of Seymouth and Granby land 39.00
4 acres east road & northeast 90.00
12 acres north plain 54.00
4 acres middle plain 42.00
3 acres meadow land 35.00
4 acres, east of Steh Hayes 36.00
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1573.00
Sadace Wilcox}
Nathan Holcomb} appraisers under oath
2 fees appraising} Sadace Wilcox 2.00
Natham Holcomb 2.00

Sept 20, 1826, personal property allowed
the widow 85.60
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1427.41

This was difficult to read. It is hard to tell what some of the items were. 


 

Descendants of Titus Goddard

1 Titus Goddard 1783 - 1825 b: 1783 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut d: August 18, 1825 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut +Samantha Adams 1784 - 1853 b: Abt. 1784 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut d: Abt. 1853 in Griffin, Spalding, Georgia m: Abt. 1804 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Titus Austin Goddard 1805 - 1885 b: January 10, 1805 in Granby, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: February 16, 1885 in Ophir Twp., LaSalle, Illinois +Cossitt 1812 - 1869 b: Abt. 1812 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut d: September 16, 1869 in Ophir Twp, LaSalle, Illinois m: January 01, 1835 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Albert Goddard 1807 - b: Abt. 1807 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Asenath Goddard 1807 - 1884 b: 1807 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut d: September 24, 1884 in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska Burial: Stark Cemetery, Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska +Orlando Pease 1803 - 1886 b: September 02, 1803 in Winsted, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: March 12, 1886 in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska Burial: Stark Cemetery, Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska m: December 20, 1832 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut

2 Goddard 1809 - 1809 b: May 1809 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut d: May 25, 1809 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Samantha Goddard 1811 - b: Abt. 1811 in Granby, Hartford Co., Connecticut +Chauncey Holcombe 1784 - b: Abt. 1784 m: September 13, 1831 in Granby, Hartford Co., Connectucut

2 Goddard 1812 - 1813 b: 1812 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut d: January 24, 1813 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Goddard 1813 - 1813 b: July 1813 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut d: July 24, 1813 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Roderick Warren Goddard 1816 - 1892 b: July 13, 1816 in Granby, Hartford, Connecticut d: September 19, 1892 in Greenville, Greenville, South Carolina +Emily Green 1807 - b: Bet. 1807 - 1829 d: in Greenville, Greenville, South Carolina m: 1846

2 Warren Goddard 1818 - 1892 b: Abt. 1818 d: Abt. 1892 in Greenville, SC

2 James Goddard 1819 - 1865 b: 1819 in Granby, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: Bef. 1865 in Georgia +Sophia Patience Hayes 1820 - b: May 09, 1820 in Granby, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: in Georgia m: in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut *2nd Wife of James Goddard: +Sarah Patience Hayes 1808 - b: Bet. 1808 - 1830 m: October 27, 1846

2 Lory Goddard 1821 - b: Abt. 1821 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut +Martha S. Wilkerson 1826 - b: Abt. 1826 m: March 05, 1846 in Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

2 Lucius Goddard 1825 - b: Abt. 1825 in Granby, Hartford Co., Connecticut d: in Griffith, Spalding Co., Georgia +Martha Redman 1828 - b: Abt. 1828 d: in Griffith, Spalding Co., Georgia m: November 13, 1845 in Griffith, Spalding Co., Georgia

 

13 Generation 12 Generation 11 Generation 10 Generation 9 Generation
William & Habiathia (Pye) Gyllet - Gillet, born in Murge, France - Chaffcombe, Somerset, England  Installed as Rector of Chaffcombe, Somerset, England. Nathan & Elizabeth Gillette - Gillet. Born Chaffcombe, Somerset, England -  died in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut - was one of the first settlers of Windsor, CT He was a soldier in the  Pequot War. Nicholas & Elizabeth (Gillet) Goddard - Gozzard - died in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut John & Sarah (Hayes) Goddard - Gozzard - died in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut John & Mary (Hillyer) Goddard - Gozzard - died in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
Isaac & Rosanna (Holcombe) Goddard, Sr. - lived in Simsbury, and Granby, Hartford Co., Connecticut  Titus & Samantha (Adams) Goddard He died at Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She died in Griffin, Spalding, Georgia -  She shares tree with Adams presidents Orlando & Asentha (Goddard) Pease. They are buried at Stark Cemetery, in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska. They were from Granby, Hartford Co., CT. James "Jim" Alvin & Janetta "Nettie" (Fetrow) Pease, died Barry Co., MO. He was born in CT and served in Civil War as a private - Union Soldier from CT. James "Jamie" Harvey & Ella Mae (Pease) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He was a little drummer boy in the Spanish American War.
3 Generation        
Loyd & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He served in WW I as a nurse.        

Nathan Gillett had a lot that was on the West side and paralleled his brother, Jonathan's lot. Nathaniel joined the church at Windsor, CT, Aug 29, 1641. He was granted 50 acres of land near Simsbury on 12 Oct 1671, for his services in the Pequot War. He died between 1688 and 1692 in Simsbury, Hartford, CT.

"In the grant of meadows beyond Neponset in Dorchester, N. Gillet held Lot #33, four acres. (A grant of two acres of marsh on 27 June 1636 to "Jellets" may have been to Nathan as well as to Jonathan." 

Granted fifty acres by Connecticut court for service in Pequot War, 12 October 1671.

In the Windsor, CT, land inventory in January 1640 Nathan Gillett held five parcels: a homestead of five acres (annotated "sold to his brother Jonathan"); three and a half acres in the Little Neck (annotated "sold to Mr. Warham"); "in meadow and upland adjoining in the second meadow twenty[?] acres more or less" (annotated "sold to Robart Hayward"); "in Long Meadow three acres more or less and adjoining to it two acres" (annotated "sold to J. Enows"); and "over the Great River begins one hundred sixty rods back & then is in breadth eleven rods, in length two miles and half" (annotated "this is now Owen Tudor's"). This list was amended 5 June 1660 to include "fifteen acres of land" granted to Nathan Gillet. 

On 31 May 1678 Nathan "Gillit" and John Moses came to an agreement allowing John Moses three rods of Gillett's land. "Elias Gillit and John Mosses Junior, both sons to the aged men above written, to perfect and settle the line," also agreed to the line as it was run.

In an undated deed "Nathan Gillit of Windsor who is deceased did give unto his son Elias Gillit his heirs and assigns forever and ordered me so to record it to him and them ... as attest Jno Slater, Register".  The same John Slater noted that the record of "Nathan Gillit Senior's" land laid out in 1672 or 1673, being approximately eighty-six acres, was re-recorded in the town records, the original "being burnt".

"In the year 1687 or 88 Nathan Gillit of Windsor ... being disposed before his death to dispose of his land did in his lifetime make distribution to his children of said meadow lot in the township of Simsbury to each his proportion being personally himself present ... and is as followeth: "First to his son Elias being the eldest son living" three acres and three rood at Weatoug; to "Nathan Gillit Junior" one part of "Nathan Gillit Senior's" meadow in Simsbury; and to "Thomas Wapples of Hartford" Nathan being "his wife's father" meadow in Weatoug being approximately eleven acres and three roods.

On 18 April 1688 "Nathan Gillyt senor of Windsor" deeded to "Nicholas Gozard of the town of Simsbury ... my son-in-law ... and husband to my daughter Elizabeth" fourteen acres of meadow. But Nathan died before signing the deed and "Elyas Gillit being the eldest son to my father that is now living" honored the deed to Gozzard 26 May 1692.  On 19 April 1688 "Nathan Gillit Senr of Windsor" deeded to "Eliez[e]r Hill of the town of Simsbury ... husband to my daughter Sarah" a parcel of land, part upland, part meadow in Simsbury on the east side of the river. Elias confirmed this under the same conditions as the Gozzard deed.

 


Phelps, Adams, and Griswold Families

From The ancestors and descendants of Edward Griswold of Dryden, New York. by Griswold, Hervey DeWitt, it was learned some more about our Griswold family.  "Edward Griswold came to America at the time of the second visit of Mr. George Fenwick, at which date, also, came a large number of new settlers to the Connecticut settlement. It was at a time when many of the gentry of England and wealthy persons connected with the Warwick Patent were intending removal hither; but the breaking out of the Scotch Rebellion compelled King Charles to call a Parliament, and they stayed at home to carry on their struggle with the King and Archbishop Laud. Mr. Griswold undoubtedly came in the interest of some of these patentees. He was attorney for Mr. St. Nicholas of Warwickshire, who had a house built in Windsor, and also a tract of land "impaled" (fenced), as had Sir Richard Saltonstall. The Rev. Ephraim Hit, who came, also in 1639, was from the same parish, and, also, the Wyllys family, who settled at Hartford."

"His first location in Windsor is not known; but he had a grant of land in Poquonock, to which re removed, in 1649, accompanied by a few families, who there found an "outpost" settlement. His residence at Poquonock was on the site of the present dwelling of the heirs of the late Eliphalet S. Ladd, and who, on the female side, are Griswold descendants. The spot is a beautiful knoll which overlooks the brook on the west, and the Tunxis River on the south and east. As soon as he had fairly established his home, he began to take that active part i public matters which was natural to a man of his character. In 1650 he built the "Old Fort" at Springfield for Mr. Pyncheon; in 1656 he was a deputy from Windsor to the General Court, and continued, with the exception of one session, to represent the town until the reception of the charter from King Charles. At this time he was the principal promoter of a new settlement authorized by the court, called Hommonoscett, which lay immediately west of Saybrook, and to which, about 1663, he removed with his younger children, deeding to his sons, George and Joseph, who remained behind, his Windsor lands, reserving a small life annuity there from. The settlement was organized as a town in 1667 and received, probably from him, the name of his old English home Kenilworth, afterwards corrupted to Killingworth, and now known as Clinton. He was the first deputy from Kenilworth and continued to be its magistrate and representative for more than 20 years, 1662 to 1678-89, and 2was succeeded by his son John."


"The Colonial Records show him to have been a very active, influential member of the legislature - pre-eminently one of those men who, in the first half-century, did so much to make the small colony of Connecticut so important a factor in American affairs. As a member of Sessions, he had the pleasure of meeting with his brother Matthew and his own son Francis; and there has, since that time, rarely been an Assembly of Conn., in which some of their lineal descendants have not been members. He was frequently a commissioner; and in 1678, was on a committee for establishing a Latin school in New London, and was first deacon of the Kenilworth church." 


Old Burying Ground, Windsor, CT: Old Burying Ground [1722-1926], Marshall Phelps Road at Poquonock Avenue, Windsor, Hartford County, CT

Case, Gideon Jr., 10/08/1786, age 32, Rev. War 8th Co. 1st Reg. Mil.
Gillet, Sarah, 03/16/1749, age 49, wife of Noadiah Gillet
Griswold, Francis,11/09/1786, age 77, French Indian War 9th Co. 1st Reg .1758
Griswold, Keziah,12/28/1798, age 75, wife of Francis Griswold
Griswold, Eunice,11/05/1795, age 1 yr 9 mo, dt. of Mr. Isaac & Mrs. Christian Griswold
Griswold, Eleanor, 07/18/1787, age 1 yr, dt. of Lt. Elijah Griswold
Griswold, Joab, 05/23/1799, [Ensign] age 35, Rev. War 8th Co. 1st Reg. Mil.
Griswold, Anne, 05/28/1790, age 28, wife of Joab Griswold
Griswold, Matthew, 01/19/1776, age 58
Griswold, Moses, 01/04/1776, [1st Lt.] age 61, French Indian War 1st Lt. 1st Co. 3rd Reg. 1755
Griswold, Mary, 12/27/1775, age 62, wife of Moses Griswold
Griswold, Nathanial, 09/16/1753, [Ensign] age 68, Queen Anne's War Capt. Moses Diamond's Co. 1711
Griswold, Nathaniel, [Sgt] no dates - Rev. War 8th Co. 1st Reg. Mil.
Griswold, Noah, 09/24/1789, [Sgt] age 39, Rev. War 8th Co. 1st Reg. Mil. son of Capt. Noah Griswold
Griswold, Seneca, 11/17/1798, age 3 yrs, son of Abel Griswold and Mrs. Hulda Griswold
Griswold, Shubald, 03/06/1733, Indian War Scout Windsor Mil. Co. 1724
Griswold, Thomas, 03/07/1753, [Capt] age 70
Griswold, Thomas, 10/27/1805, age 76, Capt Skinner's Co. Maj. Sheldon's Reg. Rev. War
Griswold, Frederick, 04/01/1751, age 3, son of Mr. Hezekiah and Mrs. Sarah Griswold
Griswold, Truman, 05/02/1771, age 5, son of Mr. Joab and Mrs. Elizabeth Griswold
Holcomb, Ebenezer, 12/17/1722, age 57
Holcomb, Martin, 11/8/1798, [Lt.] age 78 Rev. War 3rd Co. 2nd Reg. Continental
Holcomb, Phoebe, 08/29/1750, age 46, wife of Samuel Holcomb
Holcomb, Benajah, 11/7/1751, age 8, son of Mr. Samuel and Mrs. Phoebe Holcomb
Holcomb, Samuel, 10/31/1751, age 5, son of Samuel and Phoebe Holcomb
Phelps, Isaac, 1777, Rev. War 8th Co. 1st Reg. Mil
Phelps, infant, 08/30/1789, age 6 hours, infant daughter of Lt. Isaac and Mrs. Joanna Phelps
Phelps, Esther, 04/03/1767, age 45, wife of James Phelps
Phelps, James, 09/26/1752, age 9 days, son of Esther and James Phelps
Phelps, Hezekiah, 05/31/1757, age 3, son of Esther and James Phelps
Phelps, Israel, 03/25/1763, age 5, son of Esther and James Phelps
Phelps, James, 07/02/1769, age 5, son of Esther and James Phelps
Phelps, Jem_?_, 1736
Phelps, Nathaniel, 04/13/1732, age 13, son of Nathaniel Phelps
Phelps, children, three other children of Nathaniel Phelps - no dates
Phelps, Thomas, 01/06/1750, age 64
Phelps, Sarah, Phoebe, 05/04/1733, age 59, wife of Josiah Phelps
Phelps, Josiah, 07/24/1791, [Capt.] age 83, Rev. War Col. Sheldon's Reg.


"Griswold, Edward, Windsor, b. at Kenilworth, in Warwicksh. 1607, as tradit. says, came, it is always said, with Rev. Ephraim Huit, tho. it is certain. wrong, for his s. George testif. that he was b. 1638, and in his youthful yrs. "with his f. and uncle Matthew at Kenilworth, Eng. Bef. com. to W. he had Francis, George, John, and Sarah, prob. all b. in Eng. and he had at Windsor, Ann, bapt. 19 June 1642, in wh. yr. John d. there; Mary, b. 5, bapt. 13 Oct. 1644; Deborah, bapt. 28 June 1646; Joseph, b. 12 Mar. 1648; Samuel, bapt. 18 Nov. 1649; John, again, 1 Aug. 1652; and prob. Edward; all by w. Margaret, wh. d. 23 Aug. 1670; rem. a. 1664 to Killingworth, so named acc. the com. pronunciat. of his native place. He m. 1673, Sarah, wid. of James Bemis of New London; was rep. 1658-61 for W. and often for K. His s. Francis, and br. Matthew, as well as hims. were reps. in one Court. His s. Samuel d. 1673, and he d. 1691. Sarah m. 10 Nov. 1650, Samuel Phelps; and next, 21 July 1670, Nathaniel Pinney; Mary m. 19 May 1661, Timothy Phelps; and Deborah m. 13 Nov. 1662, Samuel Buell." Ref:  A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before 1692 Volume #2 Griswold - Gunnison - By James Savage
 

Record of Marriages & Births Copied from the 1st Book of Records under the date 18 May 1674; transcribed by Samuel H. Parsons; New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol 5, January 1851, p. 63 & subsequent.

Griswold, Edward [m. in 1607, m. young], removed to Simsbury; children:
Ann, bapt. 19 Jun 1641;
Mary, bapt. 13 Oct 1644;
Debroa, bapt. 28 Jun 1646, m. Samuel Buell, went to Killingworth;
Joseph, b. 12 Mar 1647;
Samuel, bapt. 18 Nov 1649;
John, bapt. 1 Aug 1652, settled in Killingworth

      16 Generation 15 Generation
      Roger Griswold - Kenilworth, Warwick, England George & Dousabel (Leigh) Griswold - died Wooten Wawen, Warwickshire, England
14 Generation 13 Generation 12 Generation 11 Generation 10 Generation
Edward & Margaret (Hicks) Griswold - born Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England, died  Killingworth, Middlesex, CT Samuel &  Sarah (Griswold) Phelps - She was born  Kenilworth, England, they died in Hartford Co., CT Sgt. Daniel &  Mary (Phelps) Adams -  died in Watertown, MA. He served in King Philip's War in 1675. Thomas & Martha   (Buttolph) Adams -Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut. She had a sister Penelope who was also my ancestor. Lt. David & Mindwell (Case) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents
9 Generation 8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation
Abel & Anna (Roberts) Adams Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents William & Mabel (Hayes) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents Titus & Samantha (Adams) Goddard - He died at Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She died in Griffin, Spalding, Georgia -  She shares tree with Adams presidents Orlando & Asentha (Goddard) Pease. They are buried at Stark Cemetery, in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska. They were from Granby, Hartford Co., CT. James Alvin & Janetta (Fetrow) Pease, died Barry Co., MO. He was born in CT and served in Civil War as a private - Union Soldier from CT.
4 Generation 3 Generation      
James Harvey & Ella Mae (Pease) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He was a little drummer boy in the Spanish American War. Loyd & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He served in WW I as a nurse.      

Seymour Phelps and Andrew T. Servin, Eagle Publishing Co., 1899, reports the lineage and history of the Phelps family in two volumes - The Phelps Family in America and their English Ancestors.   "In the burying-ground beside the old Tewkesbury Abbey Church, Gloucestershire, England, founded by the Mercian Princes, Dukes Odo and Dodo, two Noble Saxon brothers who flourished at the commencement of the 8th Century, lie interred some of the Phelps ancestors; others lie in the cemetery of Dursley, in Gloucestershire; in Porlock, Somersetshire; in Staffordshire, and in almost all of the shires of old England."

 

 

 

16 Generation

15 Generation

 

 

 

James & Joan Phelps - Tewkesbury, Gloucester, England

William & Dorothy Phelps, Tewkesbury, Gloucester, England

14 Generation

13 Generation

12 Generation

11 Generation

10 Generation

William & Elizabeth (Marshall) Phelps - born Tewkesbury, England, died in Hartford Co., CT. He came with wife Ann on the Mary and John in March of 1630

Samuel &  Sarah (Griswold) Phelps. She was born  Kenilworth, England, they died in Hartford Co., CT

Sgt. Daniel &  Mary (Phelps) Adams -  died in Watertown, MA. He served in King Philip's War in 1675.

Thomas & Martha &   (Buttolph) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut. She had a sister Penelope who was also my ancestor.

Lt. David & Mindwell (Case) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents

9 Generation

8 Generation

7 Generation

6 Generation

5 Generation

Abel & Anna (Roberts) Adams Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents

William & Mabel (Hayes) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents

Titus & Samantha (Adams) Goddard - He died at Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She died in Griffin, Spalding, Georgia -  She shares tree with Adams presidents

Orlando & Asentha (Goddard) Pease. They are buried at Stark Cemetery, in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska. They were from Granby, Hartford Co., CT.  He was a stone mason, a brick layer.

James Alvin & Janetta (Fetrow) Pease, died Barry Co., MO. He was born in CT and served in Civil War as a private - Union Soldier from CT. He was a farmer.

4 Generation

3 Generation

 

 

 

James Harvey & Ella Mae (Pease) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He was a little drummer boy in the Spanish American War. He owned a grocery store.

Loyd & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He served in WW I as a nurse. He was a farmer.

 

 

 

18 Generation

17 Generation

16 Generation

15 Generation

14 Generation

 

 

 

William & Miss (Borington) Adams -married in Towstall Dartmouth, Devonshire, England died Barton St David, Somersetshire, England

George & Martha (Streetholt) Adams, his brother Henry Adams who married Edith Squire was the ancestor of John Adams and John Quincy Adams

13 Generation

12 Generation

11 Generation

10 Generation

9 Generation

George &  Frances (Taylor) Adams.  They died Cambridge Farms, Lexington, Middlesex, MA

Sgt. Daniel &  Mary (Phelps) Adams -  died in Watertown, MA. He served in King Philip's War in 1675.

Thomas & Martha &   (Buttolph) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut. She had a sister Penelope who was also my ancestor.

Lt. David & Mindwell (Case) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents

Abel & Anna (Roberts) Adams Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents

8 Generation

7 Generation

6 Generation

5 Generation

4 Generation

William & Mabel (Hayes) Adams - Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut -  Shares tree with Adams presidents

Titus & Samantha (Adams) Goddard - He died at Granby, Hartford Co., CT. She died in Griffin, Spalding, Georgia -  She shares tree with Adams presidents

Orlando & Asentha (Goddard) Pease. They are buried at Stark Cemetery, in Holmesville, Gage Co., Nebraska. They were from Granby, Hartford Co., CT.

James Alvin & Janetta (Fetrow) Pease, died Barry Co., MO. He was born in CT and served in Civil War as a private - Union Soldier from CT.

James Harvey & Ella Mae (Pease) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He was a little drummer boy in the Spanish American War.

3 Generation

 

 

 

 

Loyd & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney, died in Barry Co., MO. He served in WW I as a nurse.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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