Robert Talcott1

M, b. say 1595, d. between 1621 and 1685
FatherRobert Talcott1 b. s 1560, d. 1641
MotherJoanna Drane1 b. s 1565, d. bt 1586 - 1655
     Robert Talcott was educ2 Master of Arts at England.1 He was born say 1595 at England.1 He married Mary Parkinson circa 1620 at England.1 Robert Talcott died between 1621 and 1685 at England.1

Family

Mary Parkinson b. s 1600, d. bt 1621 - 1690
Child

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Mary Parkinson1

F, b. say 1600, d. between 1621 and 1690
     Mary Parkinson was born say 1600 at England.1 As of circa 1620,her married name was Talcott.1 She married Robert Talcott, son of Robert Talcott and Joanna Drane, circa 1620 at England.1 Mary Parkinson died between 1621 and 1690 at England.1

Family

Robert Talcott b. s 1595, d. bt 1621 - 1685
Child

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Sarah Talcott1

F, b. say 1598, d. between 1619 and 1688
FatherRobert Talcott1 b. s 1560, d. 1641
MotherJoanna Drane1 b. s 1565, d. bt 1586 - 1655
     Sarah Talcott was born say 1598 at England.1 As of say 1618,her married name was Dorsley.1 She married Richard Dorsley say 1618 at England.1 Sarah Talcott died between 1619 and 1688 at England.1

Family

Richard Dorsley b. s 1595, d. bt 1619 - 1685

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Richard Dorsley1

M, b. say 1595, d. between 1619 and 1685
     Richard Dorsley was born say 1595 at Hockley on the Hill, Essex County, England.1 He married Sarah Talcott, daughter of Robert Talcott and Joanna Drane, say 1618 at England.1 Richard Dorsley died between 1619 and 1685 at England.1

Family

Sarah Talcott b. s 1598, d. bt 1619 - 1688

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Mary Talcott1

F, b. say 1600, d. between 1621 and 1690
FatherRobert Talcott1 b. s 1560, d. 1641
MotherJoanna Drane1 b. s 1565, d. bt 1586 - 1655
     Mary Talcott was born say 1600 at England.1 As of say 1620,her married name was Langley.1 She married John Langley say 1620 at England.1 Mary Talcott died between 1621 and 1690 at England.1

Family

John Langley b. s 1595, d. bt 1621 - 1685

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

John Langley1

M, b. say 1595, d. between 1621 and 1685
     John Langley was occup1 Capt of the Trained Band and alderman of that place [Colchester].1 He was born say 1595 at Colchester, Essex County, England.1 He married Mary Talcott, daughter of Robert Talcott and Joanna Drane, say 1620 at England.1 John Langley died between 1621 and 1685 at England.1

Family

Mary Talcott b. s 1600, d. bt 1621 - 1690

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Thomas Talcott1

M, b. say 1592, d. between 1593 and 1682
FatherThomas Talcott1 b. s 1567, d. bt 1640 - 1641
MotherMargaret Biggs1 b. s 1570, d. bt 1591 - 1660
     Thomas Talcott was born say 1592 at England.1 He died between 1593 and 1682 at England.1

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

George Talcott1

M, b. say 1595, d. between 1596 and 1685
FatherThomas Talcott1 b. s 1567, d. bt 1640 - 1641
MotherMargaret Biggs1 b. s 1570, d. bt 1591 - 1660
     George Talcott was born say 1595 at England.1 He died between 1596 and 1685 at England.1

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Jeremy Talcott1

M, b. say 1597, d. 1650
FatherThomas Talcott1 b. s 1567, d. bt 1640 - 1641
MotherMargaret Biggs1 b. s 1570, d. bt 1591 - 1660
     Jeremy Talcott was born say 1597 at England.1 He died in 1650 at Seville, Spain; died single in Seville Spain in 1650.1

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Mary Talcott1

F, b. say 1600, d. between 1601 and 1690
FatherThomas Talcott1 b. s 1567, d. bt 1640 - 1641
MotherMargaret Biggs1 b. s 1570, d. bt 1591 - 1660
     Mary Talcott was born say 1600 at England.1 She died between 1601 and 1690 at England.1

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Elizabeth Talcott1

F, b. say 1605, d. between 1606 and 1695
FatherThomas Talcott1 b. s 1567, d. bt 1640 - 1641
MotherMargaret Biggs1 b. s 1570, d. bt 1591 - 1660
     Elizabeth Talcott was born say 1605 at England.1 She died between 1606 and 1695 at England.1

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Robert Talcott1

M, b. 1627, d. between 1660 and 1664
FatherThomas Talcott1 b. s 1592, d. bt 1641 - 1682
MotherThamar Ball1 b. s 1600, d. bt 1641 - 1685
     Robert Talcott was born in 1627 at Colchester, Essex County, England.1 He died between 1660 and 1664 at Essex County, England; died before 1664.1

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Thomas Talcott1

M, b. 1633, d. 22 February 1685/86
FatherThomas Talcott1 b. s 1592, d. bt 1641 - 1682
MotherThamar Ball1 b. s 1600, d. bt 1641 - 1685
     Thomas Talcott was born in 1633 at Colchester, Essex County, England.1 He died on 22 February 1685/86 at Colchester, Essex County, England; was an alderman in Colchester and was buried in the Church of the Holy Trinity in Colchester, founded prior to 1349. A tablet in the floor of the South Aisle bears the following inscription: "T Talcott Esq Alderman who died Feb 22 1685/6.1

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

William Talcott1

M, b. 1633, d. between 1634 and 1723
FatherThomas Talcott1 b. s 1592, d. bt 1641 - 1682
MotherThamar Ball1 b. s 1600, d. bt 1641 - 1685
     William Talcott was born in 1633 at Essex County, England.1 He died between 1634 and 1723 at England.1

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

John Talcott1

M, b. say 1634, d. between 1635 and 1724
FatherThomas Talcott1 b. s 1592, d. bt 1641 - 1682
MotherThamar Ball1 b. s 1600, d. bt 1641 - 1685
     John Talcott was born say 1634 at Essex County, England.1 He died between 1635 and 1724 at England.1

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Thamar Talcott1

F, b. circa 1640, d. between 1665 and 1730
FatherThomas Talcott1 b. s 1592, d. bt 1641 - 1682
MotherThamar Ball1 b. s 1600, d. bt 1641 - 1685
     Thamar Talcott was born circa 1640 at Essex County, England.1 As of 1664,her married name was Wyles.1 She married Robert Wyles in 1664 at Essex County, England.1 Thamar Talcott died between 1665 and 1730 at England.1

Family

Robert Wyles b. s 1635, d. bt 1665 - 1725

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Robert Wyles1

M, b. say 1635, d. between 1665 and 1725
     Robert Wyles was born say 1635 at Colchester, Essex County, England.1 He married Thamar Talcott, daughter of Thomas Talcott and Thamar Ball, in 1664 at Essex County, England.1 Robert Wyles died between 1665 and 1725 at England.1

Family

Thamar Talcott b. c 1640, d. bt 1665 - 1730

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Robert Talcott1

M, b. say 1622, d. between 1623 and 1712
FatherRobert Talcott1 b. s 1595, d. bt 1621 - 1685
MotherMary Parkinson1 b. s 1600, d. bt 1621 - 1690
     Robert Talcott was born say 1622 at England.1 He died between 1623 and 1712 at England; 33 Robert of whom nothing is known Nothing more is known of the Talcotts who remained in England except that Thomas Talcott Esq supposed to be the one buried in the Church of the Holy Trinity about the year 1685 purchased with Edward Smith for 16,990 the manor of Kelvedon Co Essex So Bishopric As diligent inquiry has been made without success to find any of the name in England it is presumed it has become extinct in that country.1

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Mary Talcott1

F, b. say 1628, d. between October 1655 and 1660
FatherJohn Talcott1 b. 1594, d. 29 Mar 1660
MotherDorothy Mott1 b. c 1592, d. Feb 1670
     Mary Talcott was born between 1627 and 1630 at Braintree, Essex, England.2 She was born say 1628 at England.1 She was SVT#34 P22,30. BO4TY/MO. SVT Tree#2.2 She was the child of John Talcott and Dorothy Mott and immigrated with them on 16 September 1632 to at Boston Harbor, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; "He [John Talcott] immigrated on June 22 1632 to Boston, Suffolk Massachusetts with the Hooker party, aboard the Lyon, William Peirce, Master, which sailed from London."
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"William Wadsworth's name appears on the top of a list of those who have taken the Oath of Allegiance and desired to be 'transported to New England,' dated 22 Jun 1632. William Wadsworth is found again, at the top, on the list of 123 passengers on the ship LIon who arrived in Boston Harbor, Massachusetts Colony, on Sunday Sep 16 1632. He states his wife and three children are with him.3 Mary, John and Samuel, John Talcott, William Wadsworth and Sarah Talcott's child, resided with John, William and Sarah, at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, in July 1636. "He traveled Jul 1636 with the Hooker party to found the new plantation, where he was an original proprietor at Hartford, Hartford CT. He was a deputy to CT General Court between 1637 and 1653 at Hartford, Hartford, CT
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Wikipedia: William Wadsworth was one of the original founders of Hartford, CT In 1635 Rev Thomas Hooker and his follwers from Chelmsford, England had arrived to Newtown and soon, after dissenting with Puritan leaders in MA, made up their minds, in council, to move westward. In June 1636 Wiliam moved with his family and others of the congregation to a settlement they named Hartford. HE was an original proprieter of the town. His homelot, in 1639, was on the west side ofthe map from Seth Grant's to Sentinel Hill, extending along what is now the south side of Asylum St from Trumbull St to Ford St..3,4 As of 28 June 1649,her married name was Russell.1 Mary Talcott married Rev John Russell on 28 June 1649 at Connecticut.1 Mary died between October 1655 and 1660 at Hartford County, Connecticut.1 She died circa 1660 at Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.2 She IGI has b.1629 & abt. 1630 Braintree. Other entries b. abt. 1627 - 1630 to John Talcott & Dorothy Smith. There are 2 Marys under John Talcott (590)(LDS A/F 840T-15) :- Mary (8KL-X3) b. 1629, Braintree. Mary (V4NS-XC) b. abt. 1630, England. If Mary born about 1629/30 then parents marriage probably later. (This would leave her quite young to get married in 1649). 2 children, John b. 23 Sep1650, d. 2 Jan 1670 & Rev Jonathan, b. Wethersfield, Conn, 18 Sep 1655, m. Martha, d. 21 Feb 1710/11. Essex RO Tyack App I pxxx. Among a list of passengers the following :- Name. TALCOTT, John; Mrs. Dorothy; John; Mary. Locality. Braintree. Port of departure and/or ship. London 'Lyon'. Reference. Banks. Planters 99 Register, L. 134-38 LV. 24. LVI. 275. Collections, Series 4. I. 94-95. Hotten. Lists. 150. Further down the page is '(1632?)' which fits in with SVT's date of sailing - see SVT p22. LDS :- Name:     Mary TALCOTT Birth Date:     About 1627 Birth Place:     Braintree, Essex, England Father:     John TALCOTT Mother:     Dorothy MOTT TALCOTT Notes: Batch #: 184739, Source Call #: Name:     Mary TALCOTT Birth Date:     About 1616 Birth Place:     Braintree, Essex, England Father:     John TALCOTT Notes: Film #: 184241, Page #: 1072, Ordinance #: 22500 Among other references is :- Hale, House and Related Families, by Jacobus & Waterman, Connecticut Historical Society, 1952. DWT has a Mary (says it is #606) bap. 22 Jan 1628, St Peters Colchester. DWT has this Mary b.18 Dec 1630 Braintree. DWT has m. in Wethersfield. Resided at South Hadley, Mass. d. abt 1660. Also has her d. at South Hadley. Kathie Graham :- 10      MARY TALCOTT (John3-1) Born in England, died between 1655 and 1660. Married 28 June Hartford, Connecticut, Rev. JOHN RUSSELL, born about 1626, died 10 Dec 1692, Hadley, Massachusetts; son of John Russell of Cambridge, Massachusetts and Hartford, Connecticut. John married (2) Rebecca Newberry, died 21 Nov 1688; daughter of Thomas Newberry. He married (3) Phebe (Gregson) Whiting, died 19 Sept 1730, widow of Rev. John Whiting. (HH&RF, pg 751; Early Hartford, pg 489; Torrey, pg 643; Genealogies of Hadley Families - Boltwood, pg 117; Families of Early Guilford, Connecticut - Talcott, pg 1025; Lion Passengers, pg 491; Ancient Wethersfield, pg 694).2 She was LDS A/F 8KL7-X3. DLittle#21.2

Family

Rev John Russell b. 1626, d. 10 Dec 1692
Children

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S1276] J Ralph Lindgren, Lindgren/ Tryon Genealogy.
  4. [S128] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org, William Wadsworth (patriarch).

Mary Cook1

F, b. 30 January 1646, d. 1685
     Mary Cook was SVT P32. LDS A/F 8KL7-NP.2 She was born on 30 January 1646 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut; dau of Joseph Cooke and Elizabeth Haynes.1,3 She married Lieut Col John Talcott at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, on 9 November 1676.1,3 As of 9 November 1676,her married name was Talcott.1 Mary Cook lived; SVT Tree#2, 3. See Notes.2 She LDS Ancestral File (8KL7-NP) has born abt. 1646, of Hartford. LDS daughter Hannah deleted. Kathie Graham:- 11      Lt. Col. JOHN TALCOTT (John3-1) Born 18 Dec 1630, Braintree, Essex, England, died 23 July 1688, Hartford, Connecticut. Married (1) 29 Oct 1650, Hartford, Connecticut, HELENA WAKEMAN, baptized 23 Dec 1632, Bewdley, Worcester, England, died 21 June 1674, Hartford, Connecticut; daughter of John Wakeman and Elizabeth Hopkins. Married (2) 9 Nov 1676, Hartford, Connecticut, MARY COOK. (HH&RF, pg 751-752; Early Hartford, pg 593-594; Torrey, pg 726; Families of Old =46airfield - Jacobus, Vol 1, pg 631; Lion Passengers, pg 492-493; Savage, Vol 4, pg 250-251; Ancient Wethersfield, pg 694). John had: By his second marriage: 25      x RUTH TALCOTT, born 12 Sept 1677, Hartford, Connecticut. xi Sarah Talcott, born 16 Nov 1679, Hartford, Connecticut, died Dec 1679, Hartford, Connecticut 26      xii RACHEL TALCOTT, born 23 Feb 1682, Hartford, Connecticut. xiii Jonathan Talcott, born 15 Feb 1684, Hartford, Connecticut, died before 1688, Hartford, Connecituct 27      xiv HEZEKIAH TALCOTT, born 24 Feb 1685/6, Hartford, Connecticut.2 She died in 1685 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.1,3

Family

Lieut Col John Talcott b. 18 Dec 1630, d. 23 Jul 1688
Children

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Haynes Family Tree.

Samuel Talcott1

M, b. 1635, d. 10 November 1691
FatherJohn Talcott1 b. 1594, d. 29 Mar 1660
MotherDorothy Mott1 b. c 1592, d. Feb 1670
     Samuel Talcott was born in 1635 at New Town now, Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 He was born in 1635 at Massachusetts.1 He was SVT#36 P94. Tree#6. LDS A/F 8KL7-Z8.2 Mary, John and Samuel, John Talcott, William Wadsworth and Sarah Talcott's child, resided with John, William and Sarah, at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, in July 1636. "He traveled Jul 1636 with the Hooker party to found the new plantation, where he was an original proprietor at Hartford, Hartford CT. He was a deputy to CT General Court between 1637 and 1653 at Hartford, Hartford, CT
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Wikipedia: William Wadsworth was one of the original founders of Hartford, CT In 1635 Rev Thomas Hooker and his follwers from Chelmsford, England had arrived to Newtown and soon, after dissenting with Puritan leaders in MA, made up their minds, in council, to move westward. In June 1636 Wiliam moved with his family and others of the congregation to a settlement they named Hartford. HE was an original proprieter of the town. His homelot, in 1639, was on the west side ofthe map from Seth Grant's to Sentinel Hill, extending along what is now the south side of Asylum St from Trumbull St to Ford St..3,4 John Talcott mentioned Samuel Talcott in a will on 17 January 1659/60 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut; John Talcott son of John of Braintree England who Emigrated to America in 1632 and died March 1660 in Hartford Conn The last will of the Worshipful Mr John Tallcott senior made January 17 1659 60
Being sensabell of my owne mortallity of the aproaching of my chang not knowing how sudenly the Lord may put an end to my few dayes in this livfe according to my duty I doe make this my last will and testement
Imprimis I doe give and bequefe my now dwelling house with all other my houses and yards home lotts medow lotts both at the upper and lower end of the medow both for mowing and ploueing together with all my upland lotts improved or not improved unto Dorethy my loving wife to improve for her owne proper use during the tarrae of her naterall livef e as allsoe the use of my hushold stufe of all kindes with my stock of kattell for hur use
I doe give and bequefe unto my sonn John all that land I bought in Hartford medow and upland together with the housing and house lotts I bought of John Steele and Nathaniel Elly that now my sonn poseseth unto my sonn for himselve and ayers forever to injoy
I do alsoe give and bequefe unto my son John my now dwelling house in Hartford together with my house lott with all my medow land in the north medow that came to me by my lotment from the towne as alsoe all other that I posse by purchase or chang in Hartford together with all my upland improved or not improved with all rights and priveliges thereunto belonging forever to injoy for himselve and ayres after the death of my wife provided that if his sonn John shall con tenor to the age of twenty four years that then my sonn John shall settell him or if he departte this live before he attayne the fore sayd age then his next eldest sonn that shall attayne the fore sayd age ether in the house my sonn John now livith in or in the house that now I live in and say so much land to it for ether of his sonns that shall survive to his owne proper use that shall posese it as shall be really judged to be worth twenty pounds per annum which shall be to him or ayers forever and allsoe my sonn John shall pay to my use if it be re required towards the discharge of my debts and legeses by my executrix or her ayers or exeketers the sum of fifty pounds sterling of current pay
Also I give and doe give and bequefe unto my sonn Samk wbll all my housing home lotts lying in Wethersfield both of medow swamp land upland with all my rights thereunto belonging now in the okkupation of John Bellden or Enock Buck or any other one on the east and west side of the river forever to injoy himselve and ayers provided that he marry and leave no issue of his body lawfully begoten when he depart eth this life that then his wife shall only posese it during her naterall livfe and the the land and housing to returne to the eldest sonn then living of my sonn John to injoy after my sonn John his death
Allsoe it is my will that my sonn Samewell shall pay or case to be payd unto Dorethy my wife dewing her naterall livfe out of the rent of my land at Wethersfield ten pounds per anum
I give unto my Grand child John Russell at the age of twenty one years twenty pounds to be payd in current cuntry Pa y
I give to my Grand child John Tallcott at the age of twenty one years in like pay ten pounds
I give unto my Grand child Samewell Talcott in like manner ten pounds
I give unto my Grand child Elizabeth Tallcott at the age of aighteen years ten pounds
My mynd is that if my kinsman John Skiner and my kinswoman Sara Steele or ether of them shall be living with me in service at my departur this livfe that they shall have payd each of them soe living with me ten pounds
I give unto my reverend and beloved teacher Mr Stone five pounds
I give towards the mayntayning a latin skoll at Hartford if any be kept here five pounds These four legeseys to be payd one yere after my death
I do ordayne my loving wife Dorethy my sole exexketridge and doe intreat my loving friend Mr Richard Lord Senyer and my sonn John to be the oversers of this my will to assist my wife in the fullfilling my will
I doe give unto my oversers fifty shillings apece wich I hope they except in love and answer my request herein
I give unto my sonn John after my wife's departur this livfe my fether bed in the parler chamber with all the furne tur thereunto belonging as allsoe my Marter Bok all my other boks
I give unto my sonn Samewell as allsoe the bead stead fether bed with all the furnetur thereunto belonging which standeth in the kitchen chamber
To signify that this is my last will and testement I doe set to my hand the twelfe day of August one thousand six hundred fifty nine
JOHX TALLCOTT Senior
My will is that if my Grand child John Russell shall depart this livfe before he attayne the age of twenty one yeres that then twenty pounds be payd unto Jonathan Russell of the fore sayd age and if Jonathan Russell attayne not the fore sayd age then it be paid my sonn Russell which which is in full of all accompts in reference to my daughter's portion when Mr Russell maryed
JOHN TALLCOTT Senior
August 12 1659
My will is that my wife keep my housing in reparation ex treordenary caselties exsepted
JOHN TALLCOTT Senior
Whereas in my will I have formerly exprest that my three grand children should have given each of them ten pounds at their respecktife ages exprest my will is that they have but five pounds each of them payd out of my estate and that if ether my grandchild John Tallcott Samewell Talcott or Elizabeth Talloott or any of them departe this livfe before they attayne the age exprest that then the legesy of the de desesed shall be equally payd to the survifers or the survifer allsoe my will is that weras I have exprest that my sonn John should pay fifty pounds to my estate if required by my ex secketrix upon the posestion my house and land my will now is that my sonn John shall be wholly fre from that payment notwithstanding my will formerly exprest in whole or partt and shall injoy my house and lands exprest without any disbursements for my estate that this is my will in this last per tickellers exprest and that I owne my whole will in this writing exprest I subscribe my hand
JOHN TALLCOTT
Subscribed January the seventeenth one thousand six hundred fifty nine to this last expretions of my will.1 He married Hannah Holyoke, daughter of Elizur Holyoke and Mary Pynchon, on 7 November 1661 at Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.2 Samuel Talcott married Hannah Holyoke, daughter of Elizur Holyoke and Mary Pynchon, on 17 November 1661 at Connecticut.1 Dorothy Mott mentioned Samuel Talcott in a will on 22 September 1669 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut; WILL Of Dorathy Mott Talcott widow of the worshipful Mr John Talcott late of Hartford Ct who deceased February 1669 70
I Dorathy Talcott widow being weak in body yet perfect in my understanding being sensible of my own mortality not knowing how suddenly the Lord may put a period to this short and uncertain life do therefore commend my immortal soul into the bosom of my most merciful God and father and ever blessed Redeemer Jesus Christ and Eternal Spirit the Comforter hoping for eternal life and salvation through the merits and intercession of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and bless the great name of God for his unspeakable love in the manifestations of the boundless riches of his free grace through Jesus Christ to my soul and rest in hope of a glorious reserrec tion and re union of soul and body at the Great Day of His appearance and as in duty bound I do make this my last will and testament leaving my body to be buried at the descre tion of my sons John and Samuel Talcott And after my departure this life I do give and bequeath unto my son Samuel Talcott the arrears of what is unpaid of eight pounds per annum out of the rent of land at Wethers field assigned by my deceased husband to be paid by him during my natural life Also I do give and bequeath to my son Samuel a pair of holland pillow beers and a pair of sheets belonging to the bed his father gave him marked M in blue Also I give to him one flock bed bolster and a pair of blankets belonging to it in my kitchen chamber and one third part of my wearing clothes both linen and woolen
Also I give my son Samuel one third part of my household linen also I give him my pewter flagon and a third part of the pewter belonging to the house and the iron dripping pan and the least spit and the bigest iron pot save one and the little brass pot and the least trunk and one of the chests in the kitchen chamber and three of my great green cushions
I also give my son Samuel my silver beer bowl and two silver spoons
I give a third part of my wearing clothes to my son Samuel my Turkey Mohair coat excepted
The forementioned legacies with my debt due to my son John Talcot or to any other being first discharged I do give and bequeath to my son John Talcott all other my estate lying or being in cattle or kine horse or sheep and swine as also all sorts of corn or grain belonging to me whatsoever
Also I give my son John my clothes both woolen and linen my Turkey Mohair coat a pair of holland sheets and a pair of rough pillow beers belonging to the bed which his father gave him All my plate pewter and brass and iron vessels utensils or tools arms amunitions and whatsoever else appertains to me whether within doors or without not given expressly to my son Samuel by this will I say I give all other my estate to my son John Talcott as if they were particularly named by me
Also I give to my son John all debts due or may be due to me from any person or persons either by book bill bond or gift after my decease
And after my departure this life I do ordain and constitute my son John Talcott sole executor of this my last will and testament
In witness that the above written is my will in every particular thereof I have set to my hand in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred and sixty nine September the two and twentieth DORATHY TALCOTT
Witness Jeremiah Adams
The Inventory of the Estate of Doeathy Talcott deceased was taken and apprised February 28 1669 70 by John Allyn and Thomas Olcott.1 He married Mary ? on 6 August 1679 at Connecticut.1 Samuel Talcott died on 10 November 1691 at Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.2 He died on 10 November 1691 at Connecticut.1 He DWT (#1824) has b. 1635 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Mass. SVT p95 'From these two sons, John (599) and Samuel (600), are descended all of the name TALCOTT in America'. Capt. Samuel Talcott died in Wethersfield, Nov. 10, 1691. His will which he made the preceding April, will be found [below (SVT p97)]. His widow Mary died Jan. 5, 1710-11, ae. 73 years. Capt. Samuel was graduated at Harvard College in 1658, and made a Freeman in 1662. His father settled him on land, which he possessed, in Wethersfield. From 1669 to 1684 he was commissioner for Wethersfield; from 1670 to 1684, Deputy to the General Court, of which he was Secretary, in the absence of Col. Allyn, during the October session of 1684. May 16, 1676, he was appointed ' one of a standing committee to order measure and dispose of such affairs as shall be necessary to attend to in the intervals of General Court.' May 12, 1677, confirmed Lieutenant of Wethersfield Trained band; Oct. 14, 1679, Lieutenant of the Troop; Oct. 16, 1681, Captain of the Troop of Hartford Co. From 1683, except during Andros' administration, was Assistant till his death. Capt. Samuel was one of the original proprietors of the town of Glastenbury, and owned the lot which was purchased by his Father, in 1643, of Samuel Sherman and Richard Gildersleeve, 'being 44 rods wide, running back from the river three miles to the great wilderness.' It is still owned by his descendants. (1876-DJT). He was the scholar of the family, and to him, his Father bequeathed all his books, except his 'Martyr Book', which he gave to his son John (599 DJT). Above from SVT's book. JPT says born in New England Rebecca M. Talcott(#1794) #107. DWT. 36 Samuel Talcott b.01/01/1635 Cambridge Middlesex Massachusetts m. Hannah Holyoke (b.06/09/1644) (d.02/02/1678) in Wethersfield Hartford Connecticut They had: 430 Samuel Talcott 431 John Talcott 432 Hannah Talcott 433 Elizur Talcott 434 Joseph Talcott 435 Benjamin Talcott 436 Rachel Talcott 437 Nathaniel Talcott 4210 Edward Talcott 4211 Mary Talcott m2.Mary ??? (b.01/01/1638) (d.01/05/1711) in Wethersfield Hartford Connecticut Resided at Wethersfield Hartford Connecticut Died 11/10/1691 at Wethersfield Connecticut Father 11 John Misc Comments: Hannah died in Wethersfield Feb 2, 1677. His second wife had no childen. His first wife was the daughter of Hon. Elizur Holyoke and Mary Pynchon and she was born June 9, 1644. Samuel was a Captain. He graduated from Harvard in 1658 and was a freeman in 1662. His father gave him some land that he had in Wethersfield. From 1669 to 1684 he was Commissioner for Wethersfield. From 1670 to 1684 he was Deputy to the General Court, of which he was secretary in the absence of Col. Allyn, during the October session of 1684. He was the scholar of the family and his father gave him all his books. He was confirmed Lieutenant of Wethersfield Trained Band on May 12, 1677; Lieutenant of the Troop Oct 14, 1679; Captain of the Troop of Hartford County Oct 16, 1681. His second wife Mary died Jan 5, 1711 at the age of 73. See SVT for Will (p. 97-102). According to 'Parker - Talcott - Randolph and Allied Families, Our Tangled Roots and Branches, Vol.I' Published 1990 by Kitty Randolph (Hilton) Oman of 8701 N.E. Pierce Dr., Vancouver, WA 98662 :- Following the will - 'The inventory of Samuel Talcott's estate was taken 21 Dec 1691by John Deming, Daniel Rose, Benjamin Churchill and Nathaniel Foote. It amounted to £2180-1s-6d (£361-1s-6d was personal Estate and £1820 in Lands). The Court Record in Wethersfield, Vol. V p. 37, on 23 Jan 1691/2, states that his Will & Inventory was exhibited that date. And his hand being so well known, he having wright it all with his own hand, the Court accepted of it, together with the Inventory.' 'Will dated 22 April 1691, died 10 Nov 1691' A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, Compiled by Charles William Manwaring, Member of the Connecticut Historical Society, Vol I, Hartford District, 1635-1700, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. :- 'Talcott, Capt. Samuel, Wethersfield. Died 11 November 1691. Invt. £2180-1s-6d (£361-1s-6d Personal Estate and £1820 in Lands). Taken 21 Dec 1691, by John Deming, Daniel Rose, Benjamin Churchill & Nathaniel Foote. Will dated 22 April 1691.' Will, (p.510) :- 'I Samuel Talcott of Wethersfield doe make this my last Will & Testament: I bequeath unto my wife Mary £10 per Annum and the Use of one lower room in my house, which she shall choose, with convenient Celerage and Use of an Oven or ovens in the same, with suitable Land for a Garden as she shall desire, and the Keeping of one Cow both Winter and Summer. All these particulars specified are according to our Contract & Agreement before marriage, and to continue only during her Widow-hood. I give to my son Samuel Talcott the south side of my Homelott, which lot butts upon High Street West, the Great Meadow East, John Deming's Land North, Thomas Bunce his Homelott South, with the House, Great Barn, & the Buildings thereon; Land in the Great Meadow, bought of Samuel Sherman; Land in the Wet Swamp, bought of Richard Gildersleaue; also Land that butts upon Thomas Williams and William Colfax, other Land adjoining John Nott, and Land against Capt. Robert Welles. To my son John Talcott I give part of my Homelott, part of that Lott which was Mr Crabb's, butting on High Street West, on the Meadow East, Siding on Mr John Deming's Homelott North, and Samuel Talcott South; Lands bought of Mr Richard Lawes. I give unto my son Eleazer Talcott Land in the West Field adjoining William Goodrich; Land in Beaver Meadow and my 50-acre Lott in the West Division, next Farmington Bounds. I give to my son Joseph Talcott, 30 acres in the West Field and 12 acres I bought of Samuel Sherman. To my son Benjamin Talcott, half of my Land on the East side of the Connecticut River bought of Mr Samuel Sherman and Mr Richard Gildersleaue, part of my Undivided Land lately purchased of the Indians on the East side of the River, also 200 acres given me by the General Court near Middletown Bounds, joining Mr Willis his Land and Mr John Whiting. I give to my son Nathaniel Talcott half my Lott at Naubuck. I give unto my daughter Hannah Chester £90, and to my daughter Rachel £80. I appoint my son Samuel to be Executor, and desire Capt. Robert Welles and Ensign Samuel Butler to be Overseers. SAMLL TALCOTT.' A longer version of this will appears in SVT p.97 and in Parker-Talcott-Randolph, Oman, p.324. Hale, House & Related Families, Jacobus/Waterman, Conn. Hist. Soc, 1952, p.753 :- 'When administration on the estate of Rev. Joseph Rowlandson was granted to his widow, Mary, 24 April 1679, Mr Samuel Talcott was one of those to assist her. He evidently assisted to her satisfaction, since in less than four months thereafter she married him, a fact proved by a court case against her son, the younger Joseph Rowlandson, 2 Sept 1707, when he gave bond 'with his Mother Mary Talcott of Wethersfield widdow'.' Jennifer Fisher :- Name:     Samuel (1) TALCOTT Capt [DJT #600] Birth Date:     About 1635 Birth Place:     Hartford, CT Death Date:     10 Nov 1691 Death Place:     Wethersfield, CT Notes: 7th ggf of Gordon Fisher See Appendix 3, Settling of Glastenbury, under PURCHASE OF EASTBURY, for a mention of this Samuel Talcott in a document concerning the sale of land by Indians. 'Capt SAMUEL TALCOTT, born about 1635, died at Wethersfield, Conn., 10 Nov. 1691, aged 56; married first, 7 Nov. 1661, HANNAH HOLYOKE ..., born 9 June 1644, died at Wethersfield, 2 Feb, 1677/8, daughter of Elizur and Mary (Pynchon) Holyoke; married second, at Wethersfield, 6 Aug. 1679, MARY (WHITE) ROWLANDSON, born about 1637, died at Wethersfield, 5 Jan 170/11, aged about 73, widow of Rev. Joseph Rowlandson, and daughter of John White of Lancaster, Mass. (P) He was graduated at Harvard College in 1658. (P) He was Commissioner (Justice) for Wethersfield, 1669 to 1684 inclusive. He served as Deputy for Wethersfield to the Connecticut General Assembly at the sessions of Oct. 1669, May and Oct. 1670, May 1671, May and Oct. 1672, May and Oct. 1673, May and Oct. 1674, May 1675, May and Oct. 1676, May and Oct. 1677, May and Oct. 1678, May and Oct. 1679, May and Oct. 1680, May and Oct. 1681, Oct. 1682, May, Oct. and Nov. 1683, May and Oct. 1684. He was Secretary *pro tem.*, Oct 1684. He was an Assistant of the Colony, 1685 to 1681, until his death. He was a member of the War Council, Oct. 1675 and May 1676, during King Philip's War. In Oct. 1669 he was granted 200 acres. (P) In May 1677, he was chosen Lieutennt of the Wethersfield Train Band; Lieutenant of the Hartford County troop, Oct. 1679; and Captain of the Troop, Oct. 1681 and June 1689. (P) The will of Samuel Talcott of Wethersfield [is] dated 22 Apr. 1691.' It includes: 'To my son Benjamin Talcott, half of my Land on the East Side of the Connecticut River ....., part of my Undivided Land lately purchased of the Indians on the East side of the River, also 200 acres given me by the General Court near Middletown Bounds.' [forgot to enter source!] 'Samuel Talcott, son of John Talcott, was graduated at Harvard College, 1658.' --- Rev.Alonzp B. Chapin, D.D; Glastenbury for Two Hundred Years, A Centennial Discourse, May 18th, A.D. 1853; Hartford, CT (Case, Tiffany and Company) 1853, p.169 'SAMUEL [TALCOTT], Wethersfield, younger s. of the first John [listed here], freem. 1662, m. 7 Nov. 1661, Hannah, d. of Elizur Holyoke of Springfield, had Samuel, b. 1663; John, d. young, but prob. aft, his f; Hannah, 1665; Elizur, 31 July 1669; Joseph, 20 Feb. 1672; Benjamin, 1 Mar. 1674; Rachel, 2 Apr. 1676; and Nathaniel, 28 Jan. 1679; of wh. the first three were b. at Hartford, but not rec. yet all nam. in his will; was rep. 1669-77. His w. d. 2 Feb. 1679, and he took 2d w. 6 Aug. Foll. Mary, but had no more ch. and d. 10 Nov. 1691, leav. large est. Hannah m. 25 Nov. 1686, John Chester the sec. and Chapin says Rachel m. 1700, Peter Bulkley, wh. may provoke inq. That he h. was a gr.s. of the Rev. Peter, may well be ..... Eight of this name have been gr. at Yale.' --- James Savage, *A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register*; Boston (Little, Nrown & Co.) 1860; v. 4, p. 251 'TALCOTT. This family, descendants of the Hon. Samuel Talcott, the Weth. Settler, is much less distinguished for its achievements on the water, than for its military record; which latter is truly remarkable, if we include those members thereof who, as citizens of other States, both North and South, have served in the armies of the U. S., especially in that of the late Confederate States. These latter officers, though born in the South, were descendants of that Capt. Samuel Talcott, of the militia, who rem. from Weth. to Glastonbury [apparently SAMUEL (2) TALCOTT of this database]. Still there were *some* sailors in the family; or, perhaps, we had better say the race, in speaking of the whole body of descendants of original settlers.' --- Henry R. Stiles, *The History of Ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut, Comprising the Present Towns of Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, and Newington; and of Glastonbury Prior to its Incoporation in 1693, from Date of Earliest Settlement until the Present Time, based upon the Manuscript Collections of the late Judge Sherman W. Adams and Recast, Enlarged, and Edited by Henry R. Stiles, A.M., M.D., Author of the History and Genealogies of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut, Volume I.---History*, New York, The Grafton Press, MCMIII [1904]; p. 588 From vol. 2 of same, p 694: 'Capt. SAMUEL [TALCOTT] (*The Worshipful' Mr. John*), b. 1635; grad. H.C. 1658; m. 7 Nov., 1661, Hannah (dau. Capt. Elizur & Mary *Pynchon*) Holyoke, b. 1644; he was a freeman of Htfd., 1662; townsman, 1665; prob. rem. to Weth., the following yr., where he sett. upon lds given him by his father; he was Commr. or Justice of Peace, at Weth., 1669-1684; Dep. to the Gen. Ct. fm. Weth., 1670-1684; Sec'y of the Colony, 1684, ' in the absence of Capt. Allyn.' On 16 May, 1676, during King Philip's War, he was app. one of the Standing Council, app. Capt. of the Troop of Htfd. Co., 1681; Assistant fm. 1685, excepting during the Andros administration, until his dth., 10 Nov., 1691. ..... His wife Hannah, d. 2 Feb., 1679, and on 6th Aug., following, he took a 2d wife, Mary -----, who, as wid. d. 5 Jan., 1710-11, ae. abt. 73. (P) Capt. Samuel Talcott was one of the orig. pprs. of the town of Glast., and owned the lot which was purchased by his father, 1643, of Samuel Sherman and Richard Gildersleeve 'being 44 rods wide, running back from the River (East) three miles, to the great wilderness.' It is still owned by his desc'ts of the Talcott name.' 'Captain Samuel Talcott, son of John (3) and Dorothy (Mott) Talcott, was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, about 1635, died at Wethersfield, Connecticut, November 10, 1691. He married (first) November 7, 1661, Hannah, daughter of Captain Elizur and Mary (Pynchon) Holyoke (see Holyoke II [under Elizur HOLYHOKE]), (second) August 6, 1679, Mary -----, who died January 5, 1710-11. children: 1. Samuel, born in 1662, died April 28, 1698; married, probably, Mary Ellery. 2. John, born in 1663, died young. 3. Hannah, born in 1665, died July 23, 1741; married, November 25, 1686, Major John Chester. 4. Elizur, born July 31, 1669; married Sarah -----. 5. Joseph, born February 20, 1671, died November 3, 1732; married, April 5, 1701, Sarah Deming. 6. Benjamin, referred to below [under Dea. Benjamin TALCOTT]. 7. Rachel, born April 2, 1676, died November 22, 1702; married, March 21, 1700, Peter Bulkley. 8. Nathaniel, born January 28, 1678, died January 30, 1758; married, March 18, 1703, Elizabeth Pattin.' --- William Richard Cutter, *New England Families*, NY 1913, p 596 --Other Fields Godmother: Capt Kathie Graham :- 12      Capt. SAMUEL TALCOTT (John3-1) Born about 1635, Cambridge, Massachusetts, died 10 Nov 1691, Wethersfield, Connecticut. Married (1) 7 Nov 1661, HANNAH HOLYOKE, born 9 June 1644, died 2 Feb 1677/8, Wethersfield, Connecticut; daughter of Capt. Elizur Holyoke and Mary Pynchon of Springfield, Massachusetts. Married (2) 6 Aug 1679, Wethersfield, Connecticut, MARY (WHITE) Rowlandson, born about 1637, died 5 Jan 1710/11, Wethersfield, Connecticut; daughter of John White of Lancaster, Massachusetts and widow of Rev. Joseph Rowlandson. (HH&RF, pg 752-754; Torrey, pg 726; Lion Passengers, pg 493-494; Savage, Vol 4, pg 251; Ancient Wethersfield, pg 694-695). Samuel and Hannah had: 27      i SAMUEL TALCOTT, born 1662, Hartford, Connecticut. ii John Talcott, born 1663, Hartford, Connecticut, died after 1691 and before 1700, Wethersfield, Connecticut, unmarried. 28      iii HANNAH TALCOTT, born 1665, Hartford, Connecticut. 29      iv ELIZUR TALCOTT, born 31 July 1669, Hartford, Connecticut. 30      v JOSEPH TALCOTT, born 20 Feb 1671, Wethersfield, Connecticut. 31      vi BENJAMIN TALCOTT, born 1 Mar 1673/4, Wethersfield, Connecticut. 32      vii RACHEL TALCOTT, born 2 Apr 1676, Wethersfield, Connecticut. 33      viii NATHANIEL TALCOTT, born 28 Jan 1677/8, Wethersfield, Connectic= ut.2 He was BO4TY/MO. Will P97 SVT. DLittle#20.2

Family 1

Hannah Holyoke b. 9 Jun 1644, d. 2 Feb 1677/78
Children

Family 2

Mary ? b. c 1650, d. bt 1680 - 1740

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S1276] J Ralph Lindgren, Lindgren/ Tryon Genealogy.
  4. [S128] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org, William Wadsworth (patriarch).

Mary ?1

F, b. circa 1650, d. between 1680 and 1740
     Mary ? was born circa 1650 at Connecticut.1 As of 6 August 1679,her married name was Talcott.1 She married Samuel Talcott, son of John Talcott and Dorothy Mott, on 6 August 1679 at Connecticut.1 Mary ? died between 1680 and 1740 at Connecticut.1

Family

Samuel Talcott b. 1635, d. 10 Nov 1691

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Rev John Russell1

M, b. 1626, d. 10 December 1692
     Rev John Russell was born in 1626 at England; The Rev John Russel was born in England in 1626 and with his brother Philip was brought to New England by his father Mr John Russel who settled in Wethersfield in the Colony of Connecticut
After graduating at Harvard College he remained in Wethersfield Conn as pastor of a Church in that place till about 1659 when on account of troubles in his congregation he removed to Hadley Conn as minister of the First Church of that place
The historian says It was at the house of this good man the Regicides remained secreted for a long time while in Hadley and occupied the cellar of the house he lived in to which they descended through a trap door in the floor on the approach of any stranger
The father of the Rev John Russel was born in England in 1595 married for his second wife in Wethersfield Conn Dorothy widow of the Rev Henry Smith and removed to Hadley at the same time with his son where he died May 8 1680 Philip brother of the Rev John lived in Hatfield married first Joanna daughter of the Rev Henry Smith Feb 4 1663 4 second Elizabeth daughter of Stephen Terry Jan 10 1665 6 third Mary Church Dec 25 1679 His second wife with her son Stephen was killed by the Indians Sept 19 1677 He died May 19 1693.1 He lived; of Hadley, MA.2 He was educ2 Graduate Harvard College 1645 in 1645 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 He married Mary Talcott, daughter of John Talcott and Dorothy Mott, on 28 June 1649 at Connecticut.1 He witnessed Mary Talcott's death at Hartford County, Connecticut, between October 1655 and 1660.1 Rev John Russell married Rebecca Newbury circa 1660 at Connecticut.1 He witnessed Rebecca Newbury's death at Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, on 21 November 1688.1 Rev John Russell married Phoebe Gregson in 1692 at Connecticut.1 Rev John Russell died on 10 December 1692 at Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; age 66.1

Family 1

Mary Talcott b. s 1628, d. bt Oct 1655 - 1660
Children

Family 2

Rebecca Newbury b. 1631, d. 21 Nov 1688

Family 3

Phoebe Gregson b. 15 Oct 1643, d. 19 Sep 1730

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Mark Mott1

M, b. 25 April 1549, d. 14 December 1637
FatherThomas Mott2 b. bt 1514 - 1515, d. 1554
MotherAlice Meade2 b. c 1520
     Mark Mott was See Notes.2 He was born on 25 April 1549 at Braintree, Essex County, England.1 He married Frances Gutter circa 1571 at Braintree, County Essex, England.2 He married Frances Gutter at Essex County, England, circa 1573.1 Mark Mott was the ultimate heirof his father Thomas, who was the owner of Sheme Hall, Lexenden Hundreds, and other real estate in 1599 in 1599 at Essex County, England.1 Mark Mott died on 14 December 1637 at Braintree, Essex County, England, at age 88.1 He was buried on 14 December 1637.2 He Last child named by SVT - Dorcas. No other details & DJT unsure of sex. [See John Mott / Alice Harrington] Mark Mott was the ultimate heir of his father Thomas, who was the owner of Sheme Hall, Lexenden Hundreds, and other real estate in 1599. (SVT p25). History and Topography of the County of Essex, Thomas Wright, Published by George Virtue, 26 Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, London, 1836. p.680 SHERNE Hall is said to have been conveyed to Mark Mott in 1599. This is in the Hundred of Hinckford. A Mark Motte is a witness to the will of John 408, of 1604, (Dorothy's father in law). (Copy to 1666). SVT says Mark Mott's parents were Thomas & Alice (Mead) Mott of Braintree. Thomas Mott is said to have been the owner of Sheme Hall, Lexenden hundreds, in 1599. More Mott details p24-25 SVT. William Hurd Hillyer, author of 'James Talcott Merchant And His Times', New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1937, says 'Dorothy was the daughter of John & Alice Mott, of Eyland and Wiston, County of Suffolk. Her mother, Alice Mott, was a daughter of Thomas Harrington. John Mott was the son of Mark Mott, of Braintree, who traced his ancestry in Essex to John Mott of Shalford, holding land as early as 1375.' [This obviously conflicts with what we have - DJT]. From 'Hale, House and Related Families, mainly of the Connecticut river valley' by Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman, the Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, Connecticut, 1952. 'To the research of Henry F. Waters we are indebted for a number of additional details [additional to SVT's book - DJT].:- 'John married Dorothy Mott, daughter of John & Alice (Harington) Mott' 'Dorothy (Mott) Talcott has usually been called daughter of Mark Mott, but was more probably his granddaughter. The will of Mark Mott of Braintree, gent., made when he was very old, was dated 1 Mar 1636, and proved 7 May 1638, and does not name all his children. His son, Rev. Mark Mott, D.D., Rector of Raigne Parva, Essex, died before his father, and in his will, dated 18 Dec 1630, proved 1 Apr 1631, named many relatives, and gave to his 'Cousin [niece] Dorothy the wife of John Taylecott' two porrengers of china.' [H.F.Waters, Genealogical Gleanings in England, 1:590-3, 1137]. 'In 1599 he [Mark Mott #1654] bought the manor of Shernehall in Shalford, Essex. His will, dated 1 Mar 1636, was proved 7 May 1638.' Among other references is :- Hale, House and Related Families, by Jacobus & Waterman, Connecticut Historical Society, 1952 where references quoted are :- Mott Family, Philip Morant, History of Essex, (1758), 2:376. Visitation of Essex, 1634; Harleian Society, 13:458. H.F.Waters, Gen. Gleanings in England (1901), 590-3, 1137. J.& J.A. Venn: Alumni Cantabrigienses, 3:222. DWT has d. 14 Dec 1632 - possible mix-up with Mark Mott, D.D. [DJT] Some info from Mott Family History, c/o Fredk.G.Smith, 26 Kingsley Avenue, Southall, Middx., UB1 2NA. History and Topography of the County of Essex, Thomas Wright, Published by George Virtue, 26 Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, London, 1836. p.680 This Mark (1654) & Frances had six sons & three daughters, John, Adrian, Mark, Mark, Joseph, Edward, Mary, Mary, Sarah. SHERNEHALL - see also note on sons John & Adrian re. Newcourt's Repertorium. Morant, Essex, Vol.2, p.398, Hinckford Hundred, Braintree :- 'Mark Mott, ancestor of the family of that name, late at Wethersfield, gave an house and a little field, then of the yearly value of 40s. to be disposed of to the Poor of this parish upon St. Andrew's day yearly, in shirts and smocks, of 12d. per yard; His son Adrian Mott was also a benefactor of the Poor of this parish; for, upon the 4th of March 1638, he brought into the vestry 100l. which he paid to the Minister and the rest of the vestry, desiring that it might be laid out in land so soon as conveniently it might, and in the meantime to be improved to the best advantage; the profits thereof to be disposed on 5th of Nov. yearly, as his Father did direct in his Charity. But thid charity never had the desired effect, for the donor lived to see a great part of the money lost by those to whom it was lent.' Morant, Essex, Vol.2, p.376 - bap. date etc. 25 Apr 1549.2 He was SVT P24/25.2

Family

Frances Gutter b. s 1553, d. 12 Feb 1615/16
Children

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Frances Gutter1

F, b. say 1553, d. 12 February 1615/16
     Frances Gutter was born circa 1550 at Braintree, County Essex, England.2 She was See Notes.2 She was born say 1553 at Essex County, England.1 She married Mark Mott, son of Thomas Mott and Alice Meade, circa 1571 at Braintree, County Essex, England.2 She married Mark Mott at Essex County, England, circa 1573.1 As of circa 1573,her married name was Mott.1 Frances Gutter died on 23 February 1615 at Braintree, Essex County, Connecticut.1 She died on 12 February 1615/16 at Braintree, County Essex, England.2 She was buried on 23 February 1615/16 at Braintree, County Essex, England.2 She William Hurd Hillyer, author of 'James Talcott Merchant And His Times', New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1937, says 'Dorothy was the daughter of John & Alice Mott, of Eyland and Wiston, County of Suffolk. Her mother, Alice Mott, was a daughter of Thomas Harrington. John Mott was the son of Mark Mott, of Braintree, who traced his ancestry in Essex to John Mott of Shalford, holding land as early as 1375.' [This obviously conflicts with what we have - DJT]. History and Topography of the County of Essex, Thomas Wright, Published by George Virtue, 26 Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, London, 1836. p.680 This Mark (1654) & Frances had six sons & three daughters, John, Adrian, Mark, Mark, Joseph, Edward, Mary, Mary, Sarah.2 She was SVT P24/25.2

Family

Mark Mott b. 25 Apr 1549, d. 14 Dec 1637
Children

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Frances Mott1

F, b. say 1574, d. between 1595 and 1664
FatherMark Mott1 b. 25 Apr 1549, d. 14 Dec 1637
MotherFrances Gutter1 b. s 1553, d. 12 Feb 1615/16
     Frances Mott was born say 1574 at Essex County, England.1 As of circa 1594,her married name was Forward.1 She married Francis Forward circa 1594 at Essex County, England.1 Frances Mott died between 1595 and 1664 at Essex County, England.1

Family

Francis Forward b. s 1570, d. bt 1595 - 1660

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Francis Forward1

M, b. say 1570, d. between 1595 and 1660
     Francis Forward was born say 1570 at Hertford County, England.1 He married Frances Mott, daughter of Mark Mott and Frances Gutter, circa 1594 at Essex County, England.1 Francis Forward died between 1595 and 1660 at Essex County, England.1

Family

Frances Mott b. s 1574, d. bt 1595 - 1664

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

Thomas Mott1

M, b. say 1576, d. between 1601 and 1666
FatherMark Mott1 b. 25 Apr 1549, d. 14 Dec 1637
MotherFrances Gutter1 b. s 1553, d. 12 Feb 1615/16
     Thomas Mott was born say 1576 at Essex County, England.1 He married daughter of John Bend circa 1600 at Essex County, England.1 Thomas Mott died between 1601 and 1666 at Essex County, England.1

Family

daughter of John Bend b. s 1580, d. bt 1601 - 1670

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books

daughter of John Bend1

F, b. say 1580, d. between 1601 and 1670
     Daughter of John Bend was born say 1580 at Essex County, England.1 As of circa 1600,her married name was Mott.1 She married Thomas Mott, son of Mark Mott and Frances Gutter, circa 1600 at Essex County, England.1 Daughter of John Bend died between 1601 and 1670 at Essex County, England.1

Family

Thomas Mott b. s 1576, d. bt 1601 - 1666

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books