Adrian Mott1

M, b. 29 March 1578, d. between 1605 and 1668
FatherMark Mott1 b. 25 Apr 1549, d. 14 Dec 1637
MotherFrances Gutter1 b. s 1553, d. 12 Feb 1615/16
     Adrian Mott was also known as Adrian Mott.2 He was born on 29 March 1578 at Essex County, England.1 He married Jane Wade circa 1600 at Essex County, England.1 He witnessed Jane Wade's death at Essex County, England, in 1603.1 Adrian Mott married Catherine Kempe on 1 January 1604 at Essex County, England.1 Adrian Mott died between 1605 and 1668 at Essex County, England.1 He died circa March 1662 at Braintree, County Essex, England.2 He was buried on 29 March 1662 at Braintree, County Essex, England.2 He 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. Possible child, Mark or Thomas with second wife. 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.681 'buried in Braintree in 1662, a person of note, and a great benefactor of that parish'. SHERNEHALL. Newcourt's Repertorium, London, 1710. Original seen by DJT. p.520 - 'And since the Reformation, Shernhall was in John Wentworth Esq; after him in John Mott, and then in Adrian Mott.' [^The above book was printed by one Benj. Motte.] 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 has m. 1 Jan 1604 to Kempe. 29 Mar 1578, Braintree?2 He was SVT P24/25.2

Family 1

Jane Wade b. s 1580, d. 1603

Family 2

Catherine Kempe b. s 1580, d. bt 1605 - 1670

Citations

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

Jane Wade1

F, b. say 1580, d. 1603
     Jane Wade was born say 1580 at Essex County, England.1 As of circa 1600,her married name was Mott.1 She married Adrian Mott, son of Mark Mott and Frances Gutter, circa 1600 at Essex County, England.1 Jane died in 1603 at Essex County, England.1

Family

Adrian Mott b. 29 Mar 1578, d. bt 1605 - 1668

Citations

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

Catherine Kempe1

F, b. say 1580, d. between 1605 and 1670
     Catherine Kempe was born say 1580 at Essex County, England.1 As of 1 January 1604,her married name was Mott.1 She married Adrian Mott, son of Mark Mott and Frances Gutter, on 1 January 1604 at Essex County, England.1 Catherine Kempe died between 1605 and 1670 at Essex County, England.1

Family

Adrian Mott b. 29 Mar 1578, d. bt 1605 - 1668

Citations

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

Mark Mott D.D.1

M, b. say 1580, d. between 1606 and 1670
FatherMark Mott1 b. 25 Apr 1549, d. 14 Dec 1637
MotherFrances Gutter1 b. s 1553, d. 12 Feb 1615/16
     Mark Mott D.D. was born circa 1579 at Braintree, County Essex, England.2 He 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, 3:222.2 He was born say 1580 at Essex County, England.1 He died between 1580 and 1585 at Braintree, County Essex, England; Died Young.2 He married Mercy Tichbourne say 1605 at Essex County, England.1 Mark Mott D.D. died between 1606 and 1670 at Essex County, England.1

Family

Mercy Tichbourne b. s 1585, d. bt 1606 - 1675

Citations

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

Mercy Tichbourne1

F, b. say 1585, d. between 1606 and 1675
     Mercy Tichbourne was born say 1585 at Essex County, England.1 As of say 1605,her married name was Mott.1 She married Mark Mott D.D., son of Mark Mott and Frances Gutter, say 1605 at Essex County, England.1 Mercy Tichbourne died between 1606 and 1675 at Essex County, England.1

Family

Mark Mott D.D. b. s 1580, d. bt 1606 - 1670

Citations

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

John Mott1

M, b. say 1585, d. between 1611 and 1675
FatherMark Mott1 b. 25 Apr 1549, d. 14 Dec 1637
MotherFrances Gutter1 b. s 1553, d. 12 Feb 1615/16
     John Mott was born say 1585 at Essex County, England.1 He married Alice Harrington say 1610 at Essex County, England.1 John Mott died between 1611 and 1675 at Essex County, England.1

Family

Alice Harrington b. s 1590, d. bt 1611 - 1680

Citations

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

Alice Harrington1

F, b. say 1590, d. between 1611 and 1680
     Alice Harrington was born say 1590 at Essex County, England.1 As of say 1610,her married name was Mott.1 She married John Mott, son of Mark Mott and Frances Gutter, say 1610 at Essex County, England.1 Alice Harrington died between 1611 and 1680 at Essex County, England.1

Family

John Mott b. s 1585, d. bt 1611 - 1675

Citations

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

James Mott1

M, b. say 1588, d. between 1589 and 1678
FatherMark Mott1 b. 25 Apr 1549, d. 14 Dec 1637
MotherFrances Gutter1 b. s 1553, d. 12 Feb 1615/16
     James Mott was born say 1588 at Essex County, England.1 He died between 1589 and 1678 at Essex County, England.1

Citations

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

Sarah Mott1

F, b. say 1595, d. between 1626 and 1685
FatherMark Mott1 b. 25 Apr 1549, d. 14 Dec 1637
MotherFrances Gutter1 b. s 1553, d. 12 Feb 1615/16
     Sarah Mott was born say 1595 at Essex County, England.1 As of 1614,her married name was Tenborough.1 She married Robert Tenborough in 1614 at Essex County, England.1 She witnessed Robert Tenborough's death at Essex County, England, say 1624.1 As of say 1625,her married name was Henley.1 Sarah Mott married Sir John Henley say 1625 at Essex County, England.1 Sarah Mott died between 1626 and 1685 at Essex County, England.1

Family 1

Robert Tenborough b. s 1590, d. s 1624

Family 2

Sir John Henley b. s 1590, d. bt 1626 - 1680

Citations

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

Robert Tenborough1

M, b. say 1590, d. say 1624
     Robert Tenborough was born say 1590 at Essex County, England.1 He married Sarah Mott, daughter of Mark Mott and Frances Gutter, in 1614 at Essex County, England.1 Robert died say 1624 at Essex County, England.1

Family

Sarah Mott b. s 1595, d. bt 1626 - 1685

Citations

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

Sir John Henley1

M, b. say 1590, d. between 1626 and 1680
     Sir John Henley was born say 1590 at Essex County, England.1 He married Sarah Mott, daughter of Mark Mott and Frances Gutter, say 1625 at Essex County, England.1 Sir John Henley died between 1626 and 1680 at Essex County, England.1

Family

Sarah Mott b. s 1595, d. bt 1626 - 1685

Citations

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

Dorcas Mott1

F, b. say 1597, d. between 1598 and 1687
FatherMark Mott1 b. 25 Apr 1549, d. 14 Dec 1637
MotherFrances Gutter1 b. s 1553, d. 12 Feb 1615/16
     Dorcas Mott was born say 1597 at Essex County, England.1 She died between 1598 and 1687 at Essex County, England.1

Citations

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

John Russell1

M, b. 23 September 1650, d. 2 January 1670
FatherRev John Russell1 b. 1626, d. 10 Dec 1692
MotherMary Talcott1 b. s 1628, d. bt Oct 1655 - 1660
     John Russell was born on 23 September 1650 at Hartford County, Connecticut.1 John Talcott mentioned John Russell 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 died on 2 January 1670 at Hartford County, Connecticut, at age 19.1

Citations

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

John Talcott1

M, b. 14 December 1653, d. 30 July 1683
FatherLieut Col John Talcott1 b. 18 Dec 1630, d. 23 Jul 1688
MotherHelena Wakeman1 b. 23 Dec 1632, d. 21 Jun 1674
     John Talcott was born on 14 December 1653 at New Haven County, Connecticut.1 He was SVT#39. P32. SVT Tree#2. LDS A/F 8KL7-69.2 He married Abigail Tibbetts at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.2 John Talcott lived; B. Place Assumed-DJT. No Children.2 John Talcott mentioned John 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 Abigail Tibbetts say 1680 at New Haven County, Connecticut.1 John Talcott died on 30 July 1683 at Connecticut at age 29.1 He No children. LDS A/F 8KL7-69 has same b. date and also Hartford. DWT. 39 John Talcott b.12/14/1653 Hartford Connecticut m. Abigail Tibbetts (b. ) (d. ) in Hartford Connecticut Resided at Hartford Connecticut Died 07/30/1683 at Hartford Connecticut Father 35John Misc Comments: He married Abigail Tibbetts the daughter of Thomas. She died on April 30, 1683, with no children. 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. :- It appears that John died intestate & admin granted to father (Major) John Talcott, inv. £453-2s-0d. Taken 10 Mar 1683. See p.369 of above probate records. [Mar 1683/4? - DJT]. 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. p.369 :- 'Page 181. Talcott, John, Hartford. Invt. £453-02-00. Taken 10 March, 1683, by Thomas Olcott, Philip Lewis. The Inventory is as followeth: Mr John Talcott's Wearing Apparrel, £13-05-00. In Books, £1-05-00. In Ammunition, £15-02-00. In two Cowes, £8-00-00. By Lands adjacent to the Homelott, £80-00-00. By his Lott about the Middle of the Long Meadow, formerly Steele's, 22 acres, £200-00-00. By the Houseing and Homelott, £150-00-00. Total: £453-02-00. Court Record, Page 95, 25 Dec 1684: This Court grants Adms. on the Estate of Mr John Talcott to Major John Talcott, and order to Dist. his Estate as followeth: To Joseph Talcott his houseing and Lands, he being the next Heir to Mr John Talcott, and it also being correspondent to the Guift of Mr John Talcott sen. Decd. who gave it (to) his gr. child Mr. John Talcott Decd; & that the remainder of his Estate be equally divided amongst the rest of the Children of Major John Talcott.2'

Family 1

Abigail Tibbetts b. c 1655, d. 30 Apr 1683

Family 2

Abigail Tibbetts b. s 1660, d. 30 Apr 1683

Citations

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

Samuel Talcott1

M, b. 21 August 1658, d. 4 April 1681
FatherLieut Col John Talcott1 b. 18 Dec 1630, d. 23 Jul 1688
MotherHelena Wakeman1 b. 23 Dec 1632, d. 21 Jun 1674
     Samuel Talcott was born on 21 August 1658 at New Haven County, Connecticut.1 He was SVT#41. P32. SVT Tree#2.2 He lived; LDS A/F 8KL7-7G. DWT (#1824.)2 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 died on 4 April 1681 at New Haven County, Connecticut, at age 22.1 He DWT. 41 Samuel Talcott b.08/21/1658 Hartford Connecticut Resided at Hartford Connecticut Died 04/04/1681 at Hartford Connecticut Father 35John.2

Citations

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

Elizabeth Talcott1

F, b. 21 February 1655, d. 26 October 1710
FatherLieut Col John Talcott1 b. 18 Dec 1630, d. 23 Jul 1688
MotherHelena Wakeman1 b. 23 Dec 1632, d. 21 Jun 1674
     Elizabeth Talcott was born on 21 February 1655 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.1,2 She was SVT#40. P32. Ltr Richard C. Roberts.3 John Talcott mentioned Elizabeth 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 As of 1682,her married name was Wadsworth.1,2 She married Capt Joseph Wadsworth at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, in 1682.1,2 Elizabeth Talcott lived; SVT Tree#2. See Notes. LDS A/F 8KL6-C1.3 She died on 26 October 1710 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, at age 55.1,2 She died on 26 October 1710 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, at age 55.3 She According to SVT Joseph & Elizabeth had no children. Letter from Richard C. Roberts says otherwise (Jonathan). See R.C.Roberts' ancestor chart - copy with DJT or :- Richard Clarke Roberts History & Genealogy Unit Connecticut State Library 231 Capitol Avenue Hartford Connecticut 06106 USA. LDS A/F's also have Jonathan & others. Only spouse mentioned for Jonathan is Hepzibah. DWT. 40 Elizabeth Talcott b.02/21/1655 Hartford Connecticut m. Joseph Wadsworth (b.01/01/1648) (d.01/01/1729) in Hartford Connecticut They had: 4969 Joseph Wadsworth 4970 Elizabeth Wadsworth 4971 Jonathan Wadsworth 4972 Ichabod Wadsworth 4973 Hannah Wadsworth 4974 Elizabeth Wadsworth 4975 Hannah Wadsworth Resided at Hartford Connecticut Died at Hartford Connecticut Father 35John Misc Comments: She was the second wife of Capt. Joseph Wadsworth, the son of William Wadsworth who came to England with John Talcott in 1632 and married his Daughter Sarah. He first married Elizabeth Stone in 1644. Joseph was born around 1682, Elizabeth 1684, Jonathan 1686, Ichabod 1688, Hannah 1690, Elizabeth 1690, Hannah 1692. Joseph married first Elizabeth Barnard, the daughter of Bartholomew who died Oct 26, 1710, Elizabeth second, and Mary Blackleach, the widow of Thomas Wells and second of John Olcott. His children were all by his first wife. Joseph helped Lt. Col John and siezed the Charter of Connecticut given by Charles 2nd and secured it in an Oak Tree in Hartford on Oct 31, 1687. Kathie Graham:- 20      ELIZABETH TALCOTT (John4-1) Born 21 Feb 1656, Hartford, Connecticut, died 20 Oct 1710, Hartford, Connecticut. Married Capt. JOSEPH 'Charter Oak Joe' WADSWORTH, born 1648, died 1729; son of William Wadsworth and Elizabeth Stone. Joseph married (2) Mary (Blackleach) (Welles) Olcott; widow of Thomas Welles and John Olcott and daughter of John Blackleach and Elizabeth _____. Known as 'The Hero of the Charter (per Barbour). He was made freeman in 1676; a Lieut. in King Philip's War and afterward Capt. of the Hartford trainband. According to Hatch the story of Joseph and the Charter happened this way. 'In 1686, King James II appointed Sir Edmund Andros Royal Governor of New England, New York and New Jersey. Sir Edmund was typical of that long line of tactless Tories who finally drove the colonist to revolt. His idea of establishing confidence and winning Americans was to progress regally to Hartford and demand the Charter of Connecticut, which the colonists considered the guaranty of their rights and liberties. That dramatic confrontation between the power of a king and the determination of his subjects took place in the hall of the General Court on the evening of October 31, 1687. In the dim light of a few candles - how parsimonious these colonials were! - the Royal Governor, all elegance in brocade and ruffles and long corkscrew-curled periwig, confronted the Council of the colony. Handsomely though more soberly dressed in faine black broadcloth and snowy stocks, the members of the Council sat around the dark oak table on which the Charter lay with its royal signature and the red blob of the Great Seal of England. Their faces were drawn and stern; for there was no precedent to guide them in this crisis, only a desperate courage and the consciousness of right. One of them, he with the domed, balding head and grizzled hair, was John Wadsworth, who as a little boy had sailed from England on the Lion. On a bench in the front rank of spectators sat his half brother, Captain Joseph Wadsworth of the Connecticut militia, his hawk nose quivering like a hound that scents trouble. The Governor began to speak in the harsh accents of authority. The Court, he said, had passed numerous laws in conflict with the statutes of England and contrary to the will of his royal master. Therfore they must know that the Charter granted them by the grace of King Charles II was revoked; and he demanded in the name of the King that they yield it to him forthwith. The wind of anger stirred the Council. They had expected this; it was the confirmation of their worst fears. They were law-abiding men, who had no doubt as yet that they were loyal subjects of the King of England. But that piece of parchment lying on the table was the sole guaranty of their rights as free men. It was the promise of their liege lord, as sacred to them as the Great Charter upon which all the rights of Englishmen are founded; without it they would be but vassals of a tyrant. Captain Joseph drew his feet carefully under him and sat coiled like a spring in tension. He, too, was a law-abiding man - with certain reservations. Suddenly men moved swiftly in the hall; and with an instantly concerted breath every candle was blown out - here was the point of parsimony! In the sudden darkness Sir Edmund stood confused, shouting nervously for lights, while a figure moved swiftly in the dark. An outer door banged shut, and immediately ahlf a dozen eagerly officious men were striking flint on steel. The canles were relighted one by one. The Governor stopped quaking and, gathering his anger and authority, renewed his demand for the Charter. In mid-sentence he stopped; for the long oak table was as bare as Mother Hubbard's cupboard. The Charter was gone. after the Governor had retired, fuming, to Boston, the Charter was found in thehollow of a great tree which was always afterward called the Charter Oak. Who purloined it under the gubernatorial nose remained a mystery, though not an impenetrable one. For in 1715 the council of Connecticut voted to Captain Joseph Wadsworth a considerable sum of money in recognition of his safeguarding the Charter at a time 'when our constitution was struck at.' (ref: Early Hartford, pg 617; Torrey, pg 770; Wadsworth - Hatch, og 17-19; Lion Passengers, pg 578-579; Gen of CT Fam, Vol 1, pg 83-85; Goodwin, pg 255-256). Joseph and Elizabeth had: 46      i JONATHAN WADSWORTH, baptized 20 Feb 1686/7, Hartford, Connecticut= . 47      ii ICHABOD WADSWORTH, born 1688 iii JOSEPH WADSWORTH, born 1682. Married JOANNA HOVEY 48      iv ELIZABETH WADSWORTH 49      v HANNAH WADSWORTH.3

Family

Capt Joseph Wadsworth b. 1647, d. 1729
Children

Citations

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

Rev Jonathan Russell1

M, b. 18 September 1655, d. 21 February 1710/11
FatherRev John Russell1 b. 1626, d. 10 Dec 1692
MotherMary Talcott1 b. s 1628, d. bt Oct 1655 - 1660
     Rev Jonathan Russell was born on 18 September 1655 at Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.1 John Talcott mentioned Rev Jonathan Russell 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 was educ2 Harvard College 1675 in 1675 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 He married Martha ? say 1680 at Connecticut.1 Rev Jonathan Russell died on 21 February 1710/11 at Hartford County, Connecticut, at age 55.1

Family

Martha ? b. s 1660, d. bt 1681 - 1750

Citations

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

Martha ?1

F, b. say 1660, d. between 1681 and 1750
     Martha ? was born say 1660 at Connecticut.1 As of say 1680,her married name was Russell.1 She married Rev Jonathan Russell, son of Rev John Russell and Mary Talcott, say 1680 at Connecticut.1 Martha ? died between 1681 and 1750 at Connecticut.1

Family

Rev Jonathan Russell b. 18 Sep 1655, d. 21 Feb 1710/11

Citations

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

Rebecca Newbury1

F, b. 1631, d. 21 November 1688
     Rebecca Newbury was born in 1631 at Connecticut.1 As of circa 1660,her married name was Russell.1 She married Rev John Russell circa 1660 at Connecticut.1 Rebecca died on 21 November 1688 at Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.1

Family

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

Citations

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

Phoebe Gregson1

F, b. 15 October 1643, d. 19 September 1730
     Phoebe Gregson was born on 15 October 1643 at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut; daughter of Thomas Gregson and Jane.2 As of 1673,her married name was Whiting.1,2 She married Rev John Whiting at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut, in 1673.1,3,2 She witnessed Rev John Whiting's death at Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, on 8 September 1689. According to journals taken from New England Families Memorial, there was a Rev John Whiting who served as the chaplain of the Hartford Colonial Foot Forces during the King Philip's war in 1675. The journal further states this John Whiting was killed by Indians on Sep 8 1690. Other articles record John W Whiting died from Indians in Sep 1697, and Sept 1688. We now know that the Rev John Whiting who was killed by Indians was the descendent of Samuel Whiting of Lynn, Mass, who is no relation to our Hartford Whitings (Whiting Memoir).2 As of 1692,her married name was Russell.1 Phoebe Gregson married Rev John Russell in 1692 at Connecticut.1 Phoebe Gregson died on 19 September 1730 at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut, at age 86.4

Family 1

Rev John Whiting b. Oct 1635, d. 8 Sep 1689
Children

Family 2

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

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books
  2. [S93] Family Tree Maker's Genealogy, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com, Descendants of William Whiting.
  3. [S1198] Whiting William Lineage, doc on Internet,.
  4. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

John Wakeman1

M, b. 29 March 1601, d. 1661
FatherFrancis Wakeman2 b. 6 Oct 1565, d. 2 Sep 1626
MotherAnne Goode2 b. 1570
     John Wakeman was born in 1598 at Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.3 He was Ancestor Chart Richard C. Roberts.4 He was born on 29 March 1601 at Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.1 He married Elizabeth Hopkins at Worcestershire, England, circa 1629.1 John Wakeman died in 1661 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.4 He died in 1661 at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut.1 He The History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, Henry R. Stiles, A facsimile of the 1904 edition, New Hampshire Publishing Company, Somersworth, in collaboration with the Wethersfield Historical Society, 1975. 'of New Haven' 29 Mar 1601, Bewdley, Worcs, England.4

Family

Elizabeth Hopkins b. 7 Oct 1610, d. 1658
Children

Citations

  1. [S140] Shope Family Ancestors, online http://members.cox.net/spartanshope/Tree/famf85.html
  2. [S43] Gary Rolph guess, needs work.
  3. [S862] Wakeman and Goode, online http://www.oxfordpast.net/oxf2287.html; accessed Aug 2007.
  4. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Elizabeth Hopkins1

F, b. 7 October 1610, d. 1658
     Elizabeth Hopkins was born in 1610 at Ribbesford, Worcestershire, England.2 She was Ancestor Chart Richard C. Roberts.3 She was born on 7 October 1610 at Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.1 She married John Wakeman at Worcestershire, England, circa 1629.1 As of circa 1629,her married name was Wakeman.1 Elizabeth Hopkins died in 1658 at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut.1 She The History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol II, Henry R. Stiles, A facsimile of the 1904 edition, New Hampshire Publishing Company, Somersworth, in collaboration with the Wethersfield Historical Society, 1975. 'of New Haven'. 1610, Ribbesford, Worcs, England.3

Family

John Wakeman b. 29 Mar 1601, d. 1661
Children

Citations

  1. [S140] Shope Family Ancestors, online http://members.cox.net/spartanshope/Tree/famf85.html
  2. [S862] Wakeman and Goode, online http://www.oxfordpast.net/oxf2287.html; accessed Aug 2007.
  3. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

John Wakeman1

M, b. 25 July 1630, d. 19 January 1635/36
FatherJohn Wakeman1 b. 29 Mar 1601, d. 1661
MotherElizabeth Hopkins1 b. 7 Oct 1610, d. 1658
     John Wakeman was born on 25 July 1630 at England.1 He died on 19 January 1635/36 at England at age 5.1

Citations

  1. [S140] Shope Family Ancestors, online http://members.cox.net/spartanshope/Tree/famf85.html

Samuel Wakeman1

M, b. 7 June 1635, d. 8 March 1691/92
FatherJohn Wakeman1 b. 29 Mar 1601, d. 1661
MotherElizabeth Hopkins1 b. 7 Oct 1610, d. 1658
     Samuel Wakeman was born on 7 June 1635 at Worcestershire, England.2 He was born on 7 June 1635 at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut.1 He married Hannah Goodyear on 29 October 1656 at New Haven County, Connecticut.2 Samuel Wakeman died on 8 March 1691/92 at New Haven County, Connecticut, at age 56.1

Family

Hannah Goodyear b. 7 Jun 1635, d. 9 Nov 1721

Citations

  1. [S140] Shope Family Ancestors, online http://members.cox.net/spartanshope/Tree/famf85.html
  2. [S862] Wakeman and Goode, online http://www.oxfordpast.net/oxf2287.html; accessed Aug 2007.

Elizabeth Wakeman1

F, b. 16 September 1638, d. between 1661 and 1728
FatherJohn Wakeman1 b. 29 Mar 1601, d. 1661
MotherElizabeth Hopkins1 b. 7 Oct 1610, d. 1658
     Elizabeth Wakeman was born on 16 September 1638 at England.1 She died between 1661 and 1728 at New Haven County, Connecticut.1

Citations

  1. [S140] Shope Family Ancestors, online http://members.cox.net/spartanshope/Tree/famf85.html

John Talcott1

M, b. 24 November 1651, d. 1653
FatherLieut Col John Talcott1 b. 18 Dec 1630, d. 23 Jul 1688
MotherHelena Wakeman1 b. 23 Dec 1632, d. 21 Jun 1674
     John Talcott was born on 24 November 1651 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.1,2 He was SVT#38. P32. SVT Tree#2. LDS A/F 8KL7-54.3 He lived; B. Place Assumed-DJT.3 He died in 1653 at New Haven County, Connecticut.1 He LDS A/F 8KL7-54 has same b. date as SVT and also has Hartford. DWT. 38 John Talcott b.11/24/1651 Hartford Connecticut Resided at Hartford Connecticut Died 01/01/1653 at Hartford Connecticut Father 35John Misc Comments: Died sometime in 1653 as a child.3

Citations

  1. [S140] Shope Family Ancestors, online http://members.cox.net/spartanshope/Tree/famf85.html
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Haynes Family Tree.
  3. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Abigail Tibbetts1

F, b. say 1660, d. 30 April 1683
     Abigail Tibbetts was born say 1660 at New Haven County, Connecticut.1 As of say 1680,her married name was Talcott.1 She married John Talcott, son of Lieut Col John Talcott and Helena Wakeman, say 1680 at New Haven County, Connecticut.1 Abigail Tibbetts died on 30 April 1683 at New Haven County, Connecticut; no children.1

Family

John Talcott b. 14 Dec 1653, d. 30 Jul 1683

Citations

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

Capt Joseph Wadsworth1

M, b. 1647, d. 1729
FatherWilliam Wadsworth2 b. 1594, d. bt 16 May 1675 - 18 Oct 1675
MotherElizabeth Stone3 b. 2 Oct 1621, d. 1682
     Capt Joseph Wadsworth was born in 1647 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.1,4 He was SVT Tree#2. P32. Ltr Richard C. Roberts.5 He married Elizabeth Talcott at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, in 1682.1,6 Capt Joseph Wadsworth lived; See Notes. (LDS A/F 8KL5-WM). DWT(#1824).5 He died in 1729 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.4 He died on 2 March 1730/31 at probably, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.5 He DWT (#1824) has b. 1648, d. 1729. SVT p35 :- Joseph - Son of William Wadsworth who came from England with four children, Sarah, William, who died young, Mary & John. According to SVT Joseph & Elizabeth had no children. Letter from Richard C. Roberts says otherwise (Jonathan). See R.C.Roberts' ancestor chart - copy with DJT or :- Richard Clarke Roberts History & Genealogy Unit Connecticut State Library 231 Capitol Avenue Hartford Connecticut 06106 USA. LDS A/F's also have Jonathan & others. Only spouse mentioned for Jonathan is Hepzibah. See also William 1111& SVT p35/36 for other Wadsworth details. Essex RO Tyack App I pxxx. (See also John Talcott & wife Dorothy on same ship - #'s 590 & 596) Among a list of passengers the following :- Name. WADSWORTH, William with his wife Sarah, William, Mary & John. Locality. Braintree. Port of departure and/or ship. London 'Lyon'. Reference. Banks. Planters 99; Hotten. Lists. 150. ^Wm 1111 - DJT. From the history of Connecticut :- In 1662 John Winthrop, Jr., governor of the Connecticut Colony, obtained a royal charter that gave the colony considerable self-government and control of New Haven Colony. The latter reluctantly agreed to unite with the Connecticut Colony in 1665. Between 1685 and 1689, James II attempted to organize New England under one government; Connecticut, however, resisted and refused to turn over its charter. Colonists are believed to have hidden (1687) the document in the CHARTER OAK tree in Hartford. Charter Oak, large white oak tree that stood in Hartford, Connecticut, until blown down in August 1856, when it was computed to be nearly 1000 years old. Tradition has it that when Sir Edmund Andros was appointed governor-general of New England, he went to Hartford in 1687 to procure the colonial charter. The colonists were loath to surrender the document, but, appearing to submit, they carried it to the council chamber. During the debate the lights were extinguished, and in the ensuing confusion the charter was carried from the room to its hiding place in the hollow of the tree. It remained there until 1689, when Andros was deposed, making further concealment unnecessary. 'Charter Oak,' Microsoft (R) Encarta. Copyright (c) 1994 Microsoft Corporation. Copyright (c) 1994 Funk & Wagnall's Corporation. Long inhabited by Native Americans of the Saukiog tribe, the area was first visited by Europeans when Adriaen Block, a Dutch navigator, explored the Connecticut River in 1614. A trading post and fort, the House of Good Hope, was established by the Dutch in 1633, and in 1636 the Reverend Thomas Hooker and his assistant, Samuel Stone, brought most of their congregation here from New Towne (now Cambridge, Massachusetts). The following year the settlement was named for Hertford, England, Stone's birthplace. In 1639 Hartford became part of Connecticut Colony, governed under the Fundamental Orders, a noted early written constitution. In 1662 Charles II of England granted the colony a charter, and the capital was located in Hartford; from 1701 until 1873 both Hartford and New Haven served as the seats of Connecticut's government. In 1687 Sir Edmund Andros, governor of New England, attempted unsuccessfully to obtain the colony's charter, said to have been hidden in an oak tree by enterprising colonists led by Captain Joseph Wadsworth. The site of the tree (called the Charter Oak), blown down in 1856, is marked by a plaque. 'Hartford,' Microsoft (R) Encarta. Copyright (c) 1994 Microsoft Corporation. Copyright (c) 1994 Funk & Wagnall's Corporation. From SVT p36, (Joseph Wadsworth, Reunion#1451, married to Elizabeth Talcott #1450, SVT#40) :- 'He it was who on the night of the 31 Oct. 1687, aided by Lt.-Col. John Talcott, seized the Charter of Connecticut given by Charles 2d, and secured it in an Oak tree in Hartford.' (Lt. Col. John Talcott #599) Kathie Graham:- 42      JONATHAN WADSWORTH (Joseph Wadsworth married Elizabeth5 Talcott, John4-1) Baptized 20 Feb 1686/7, Hartford, Connecticut. 43      ICHABOD WADSWORTH (Joseph Wadsworth married Elizabeth5 Talcott, John= 4-1) Born 1688 44      ELIZABETH WADSWORTH (Joseph Wadsworth married Elizabeth5 Talcott, John4-1) 45 HANNAH WADSWORTH (Joseph Wadsworth married Elizabeth5 Talcott, John4-= 1.)5

Family

Elizabeth Talcott b. 21 Feb 1655, d. 26 Oct 1710
Children

Citations

  1. [S139] Talcott Pedigree, online http://books.google.com/books
  2. [S1234] CT SAR, online www.connecticutsar.org.
  3. [S123] Findagrave.com, online www.findagrave.com, Elizabeth Stone Wadsworth.
  4. [S128] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org, William Wadsworth (patriarch).
  5. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  6. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Haynes Family Tree.

Mary Talcott1

F, b. 26 August 1661, d. 19 April 1723
FatherLieut Col John Talcott1 b. 18 Dec 1630, d. 23 Jul 1688
MotherHelena Wakeman1 b. 23 Dec 1632, d. 21 Jun 1674
     Mary Talcott was born on 26 August 1661 at New Haven County, Connecticut.1 She was SVT#42. P32,36. SVT Tree#2.2 As of 1692,her married name was Edwards.1 She married Richard Edwards in 1692 at New Haven County, Connecticut.1 Mary Talcott married Richard Edwards in 1692 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.2 Mary Talcott married James Patterson on 30 November 1704 at Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.2 Her married name was Patterson.2 Mary Talcott lived; LDS A/F 8KL78M. DWT (#1824.)2 She died on 19 April 1723 at New Haven County, Connecticut, at age 61.1 She LDS has b. 26 May. (And also same Mary as NTZH-RF). DWT. 42 Mary Talcott b.08/26/1661 Hartford Connecticut m. Richard Edwards (b.05/01/1647) (d.04/20/1718) in Hartford Connecticut They had: 52 Jonathan Edwards 53 John Edwards 54 Hannah Edwards 55 Richard Edwards 56 Daniel Edwards 57 Samuel Edwards m2.James Patterson (b. ) (d. ) in Wethersfield Hartford Connecticut They had: 4275 John Patterson Resided at Hartford Connecticut Died 04/19/1723 at Hartford Connecticut Father 35John Misc Comments: She married Richard Edwards the son of Wiliam Edwards of Hartford, Connecticut. He was first married on 11/19/1667 in New Haven to Elizabeth Tuthill (Tuttle). He died April 20, 1718 at age 71. She was 62 when she died. dates of birth for children were: 20 Jan 1693 d. soon. 27 Feb 1694 3 Jan 1696 5 Jun 1698 d.y. 11 Apr 1701 y.c. 1720 1 Nov 1702 d 20 May 1713. There was a Mary who married James Patterson who was born in 1764 in Scotland in Wethersfield. I believe they had a son, John. Kathie Graham has b. April. Kathie Graham:- 21      MARY TALCOTT (John4-1) Born 26 Apr 1661, Hartford, Connecticut, died 19 Aug 1723, Hartford, Connecticut. Married 1692, Hartford, Connecticut, as his second wife, RICHARD EDWARDS, born 1 May 1647, Hartford, Connecticut, died 20 Apr 1718, Hartford, Connecticut; son of William Edwards and Agnes (_____) Spencer. Richard married (1) 19 Nov 1667, New Haven, Connecticut, Elizabeth Tuttle, baptized 9 Nov 1645, New Haven, Connecticut; daughter of William Tuttle and Elizabeth _____. Richard and Elizabeth were divorced in Oct of 1691. Richard was made a freeman on 13 May 1669. He seems to have carried on his father's business for a time, and without college education was evidently well tutored in school and at home. He inherited a comfortable estate, being the heir of his grandmother and a chief heir of his mother. He often acted as attorney for others, drawing documents and pleading cases. On 6 Oct 1708, the Court of Assistants admitted him to the bar. Before 1708, it had been largely an informal matter for one man to act as attorney for another, but an Act of that year prescribed certain formalities. Edwards was one of the nine men admited as attorneys at the Connecticut bar in 1708, the year the Act was passed, and was thus one of the first lawyers in the state. In 1713 he was referred to as Queen's Attorney. He was held in high regard as a man of ability and probity. His private life in his earlier years was embittered by an unhappy marriage. While still under age he married a young woman a year and a half older than himself, and found that she was already pregnant. He never acknowledged the first child she bore, and in a codical to his will wrote: 'Mary the eldest child of my first wife shall have two shillings out of my estate . . . upon her demand.' That she was not a child of Richard Edwards seems to have been acknowledged by the Tuttle family when they made a mutual agreement for division of the Tuttle estate, for they included a special provision for Elizabeth's daughter Mary. Nevertheless, according to Capt. Smith, 'although he vigorously protested the accusation, he was fined for fornication on this account by the General Court.' The General Court or Assembly never acted on such misdemeanors unless a case was appealed from the County Court to the Court of Assistants (the then Superior Court), and from that tribunal to the General Court itself (as a sort of Supreme Court). We assume that it was the Hartford County Court which gave the unjust sentence, which must have been galling to Richard and to his family. In fact, on 10 June 1668, William Edwards of Hartford started an 'action of trespass' against Joseph Preston of New Haven for abusing his son Richard's wife Elizabeth Tuttle before marriage to the damage of =A350. Bond was poste= d for Preston by Thomas Kimberly, Jr., Jehiel Preston and Eliasaph Preston, but the case was not prosecuted by Edwards. Thereafter, Richard settled down to domestic life with Elizabeth, and she bore him several children. The marriage, begun under such unpropitious auspices, proved an unfortunate one. In October of 1690 Edwards petitioned the General Court for a divorce, whcih was denied. Elizabeth was unquestionably eccentric and irresponsible, and the feeling may have been that she was 'not guilty because of insanity' of the charges against her. Richard renewed his petition the following May, alleging that Elizabeth was unfaithful to him in her lucid periods as well as when demented. He asked that a council of 'able divines' might be called to consider his case, and the Court requested Mr. Hooker, Mr. Mather, Mr. Woodbridge, and other ministers to hear the case and give their advice, which was favorable to the plaintiff, and a divorce was granted to him in October of 1691. =09 The Edwards family having been selected by eugenists as a classic example of good heredity and the inheritance of unusual ability, the presence of Elizabeth Tuttle in the ancestry leaves much to be explained. If Richard's second wife, the sister of Governor Talcott, had been mother of Rev. Timothy Edwards and grandmother of the noted Jonathan Edwards, the example would be more nearly perfect. But the Tuttle blood is there. It is fair to point out that William Tuttle belonged to a family of good standing, and that Elizabeth's ancestry is not greatly inferior to that of Mary Talcott. Her father and mother had a reputable if undistinguished records in New Haven annals. There was, however, a strong tendency toward mental ailment in the family. The Tuttles had twelve children, all of whom lived to maturity. Of these, David was incompetent and never married. Benjamin, in a violent fit of temper amounting to insanity, killed his married sister Sarah. Mercy, in a fit of dementia after her husband's death, killed her youngest child. Elizabeth makes four out the twelve children who showed extreme deviation from normal behavior. At this period the Edwards family seems to have been exceptionally sane, shrewd and normal, with mentality probably above normal. The Tuttle group at this period was a prolific family with strong passions and a decided neurotic strain. The combination happened to produce good results in the children, and making good marriages, the social, cultural, and perhaps the mental, status of the grandchildren attained a higher level which, by subsequient marriages into families of the same standing, was maintained for several generatons in many branches of the descendants. Social standing and educational advantages may have played an even greater part than heredity. The neurotic strain was 'bred out,' though a few of the nearer descendants were somewhat eccentric. So much publicity has been given to the Edwards-Tuttle connection by previous writers, and in particular to the shortcomings of Elizabeth Tuttle, that it seems fair, to complete the picture, to quote the following entry (already in print) from the Particular Court Records, 5 June 1688: 'Mrs. Mary Talcott being prsented by ye Grand Jury for fornication; was fined by yis Court fifty shillings to the King, sent subpena This Court Considering the Inability of Mary Talcot of body to Come to Court, Doe ordr yt Richd Edwards be sumened to ye next sesions to answer to wt shall be layd agt him.' Among the Justices sitting on this case were Lieut.-Col. Talcott and Samll Talcott, near relatives of 'Mrs.' Mary Talcott, whose high social status is acknowledged by the prefix of respect even in this court entry. Granting the eccentricity of poor Elizabeth Tuttle, it thus appears that she was not entirely at fault, since Edwards had already selected her successor over three years before he obtained his divorce. Mary Talcott was in her twenty-seventh year when this intrigue occurred, and over thirty when finally able to marry Edwards, while he was over forty at the date of the revealing court entry. The 'affair' was no passing fancy or youthful infatuation. It does not fall within our province, even were it possible, to assess the degree of responsibily for the tragic situation which had developed. It is sufficient to refer to the contemporary records, which indicate that, although Elizabeth's personality may have been the primary factor in making her marriage a failure, it would be manifestly unfair to her to assert that she was solely responsible. (ref: Gen of May Fam, Vol 3,= =20 pg 713-714; Torrey, pg 244; HH&RF, pg 529-533; Goodwin, pg 49). Richard and Mary had: i Jonathan Edwards, born 20 Feb 1692/3, Hartford, Connecticut, died 21 Mar 1693 50      ii JOHN EDWARDS, born 27 Feb 1694, Hartford, Connecticut *     iii HANNAH EDWARDS, born 3 Jan 1695/6, Hartford, Connecticut, died 17 Oct 1747, Norwich, Connecticut. Married 1 Mar 1721/2, Hartford, Connecticut, JOSEPH BACKUS, born Mar 1690/1, Norwich, Connecticut, died 1762, Norwich, Connecticut; son of deacon Joseph Backus and Elizabeth Huntington iv Richard Edwards, born 5 June 1698, Hartford, Connecticut, died 20 May 1= 713 *     v DANIEL EDWARDS, born 11 Apr 1701, Hartford, Connecticut, died 6 Sept 1765, New Haven, Connecticut. Married 1728, Hartford, Connecticut, SARAH HOOKER, born 7 Nov 1703, Hartford, Connecticut, died 31 July 1775, Hartford, Connecticut; daughter of and Mary Stanley *     vi SAMUEL EDWARDS, born 1 Nov 1702, Hartford, Connecticut, died 4 Nov 1732, Hartford, Connecticut. Married 1731, Hartford, Connecticut, JERUSHA PITKIN, born 22 June 1710, Hartford, Connecticut, died 31 July 1799; daughter of Hon. William Pitkin and Elizabeth Stanley Susan Taylor :- 59. Mary/6 TALCOTT477 (John5, John4, John3, John2, John1); born 26 Apr 1661 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT;478,479 married Richard EDWARDS circa 1692 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT;480,481 died 1723 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.482 Richard Edwards died in 1718 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.483 Children of Mary/6 TALCOTT and Richard EDWARDS all born in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, were as follows: 81. i. Jonathan/7 EDWARDS;484 born 20 Jan 1692/93;485 died 24 Mar 1692/93 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.486,487 82. ii. John EDWARDS;488 born 27 Feb 1693/94;489,490 baptized 11 Mar 1693/94;491 married Christiana COFFIN, daughter of Nathaniel COFFIN and Damaris GAYER, 24 Dec 1719 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT;492,493,494 died 16 May 1769 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, at age 75;495 buried after 16 Mar 1769 in Center Church Cemetery, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.496 83. iii. Hannah EDWARDS;497 born 3 Jan 1695/96;498,499 baptized 5 Jan 1695/96;500 married Joseph BACKUS Jr. 1718 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.501 84. iv. Richard EDWARDS;502 born 5 Jun 1698;503,504 died 20 May 1713 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, at age 14.505,506 85. v. Daniel EDWARDS;507 born 11 Apr 1701;508,509 baptized 13 Apr 1701;510 married Sarah HOOKER, daughter of Nathaniel HOOKER and Mary STANLEY, Mar 1728 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT;511 died 6 Sep 1765 in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT, at age 64;512 buried after 6 Sep 1765 in Center Church Cemetery, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.513 86. vi. Samuel EDWARDS;514 born 1 Nov 1702;515,516 baptized 2 Nov 1702;517 married Jerusha PITKIN 1 May 1731;518 died 4 Nov 1732 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, at age 30;519 buried after 4 Nov 1732 in Center Church Cemetery, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.520 472. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 707. 473. ibid. 474. ibid. 475. ibid. 476. ibid. 477. ibid, p. 593. 478. ibid. 479. Torrey, NEMarriages, p. 244. 480. ibid. 481. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 593. 482. Torrey, NEMarriages, p. 244. 483. ibid. 484. NEHGR XII, 'Hartford' (1858), p. 334. 485. ibid. 486. ibid. 487. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 232. 488. ibid. 489. ibid. 490. NEHGR XII, 'Hartford' (1858), p. 334. 491. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 232 (1 Ch Rec). 492. ibid, p. 232. 493. NEHGR XIII, 'Hartford' (1859), p. 144. 494. Thomas Bellows Wyman, The Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, in the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818, Vol. I (A-J) (Boston: David Clapp and Son, 1879), p. 226. 495. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 232. 496. ibid. 497. ibid. 498. ibid. 499. NEHGR XII, 'Hartford' (1858), p. 334. 500. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 232 (1 Ch Rec). 501. ibid, p. 232. 502. ibid. 503. ibid. 504. NEHGR XII, 'Hartford' (1858), p. 334. 505. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 232. 506. NEHGR XII, 'Hartford' (1858), p. 334. 507. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 232-233. 508. ibid. 509. NEHGR XII, 'Hartford' (1858), p. 334. 510. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 233. 511. ibid. 512. ibid. 513. ibid. 514. ibid, p. 232. 515. ibid. 516. NEHGR XII, 'Hartford' (1858), p. 334. 517. Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, p. 232 (2 Ch Rec). 518. ibid, p. 232. 519. ibid. 520. ibid.2

Family 1

Richard Edwards b. s 1660, d. bt 1693 - 1750

Family 2

Richard Edwards b. 1 May 1647, d. 20 Apr 1718
Children

Family 3

James Patterson b. 24 Jul 1664, d. 2 Dec 1750
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, Flusemann Family Tree.

Richard Edwards1

M, b. say 1660, d. between 1693 and 1750
     Richard Edwards was born say 1660 at Connecticut.1 He married Mary Talcott, daughter of Lieut Col John Talcott and Helena Wakeman, in 1692 at New Haven County, Connecticut.1 Richard Edwards died between 1693 and 1750 at Connecticut.1

Family

Mary Talcott b. 26 Aug 1661, d. 19 Apr 1723

Citations

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