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Tuttle History

detailed, some citations, anecdotes, craziness


 After checking out the citations that people sent me, as much as I could get ahold of them, mostly TAG, and a couple of citations, I never did get ahold of the Prindle book, I found that documents such as wills establish that the Tuttles were of Northampton. My sources, as well as a summary of the disproven roots cited in older Tuttle genealogies in the United States, are below.

Ringstead Tuttles

This is the true Tuttle lineage. The material is a little confusing. Here is the version I put together;

First Generation

Thomas Totehyll, Of Woodford, co Northampton, Engl b 1506. assessed for subsidy there, 1544. Karen Price has him marrying Elizabeth Mason, source? He witnessed wills of Robert Crosse, 1524, Robert Pashles, 1538, Sir Silliam Longe, 1541, Elizabeth Whitbread, 1552, Richard Lyncoln, 1545. It seems to me that he must have had sufficient status to witness Sir William Longe's will; he is likely to have had some relationship by blood or marriage to all of these people. Probably father of:

Second Generation

Richard Tootill, of Woodford, co Northampton, born abat 1530, m Elizabeth _____. Wayne Barnes identifies her as Elizabeth Lyncoln. Source? Price has he d 1587/88 Woodford. Sam has he d 1589/90 in Peterborough. Jacobus cited his will for March 1589 as the date of his death. I infer there might have been more than one Richard Tootill. Jacobus has him supervised will of Richard Beare of Woodford, 3 Nov 1579, witness will of Elizabeth Lyncoln, 1556. Atleast we know there were Lyncolns around, and again, they were probably closely related to the Tuttle family. Children: (from his will) Symon, about 1560 Ringstead d 1630. Anthony d Petersborough age 23. Elizabeth d in her 30's, apptly unm. Ellen d in her 30's, apptly unm. (no marriage mentioned, only date death.) Mary d unm in Peterborough, age 27. Frances d age 21. Thomas ~1564 - bef 1640. In view of the dysfunctional family dynamics and serious mental illness of later family members, I question why so many daughters of this family failed to marry? This was very unusual in that time. Remember, Charlemagne refused to allow his daughters to marry because he was very possessive of them! This is also consistent with my own father's behavior. Such behavior real consistent with that of William of Connecticut. The shyness and poor self- esteem of even a mild mood disorder could also explain it, though in that time, problems of temperament did not often interfere with women marrying.

Third Generation

Thomas Tootill, d abt 1640 will dated 14 Jun 1639, proved 12 Dec 1640, he lived in Holcott and then in Woodford, both in County Northampton. He married Anne ____. The stuff I put about him on this page yesterday was a mistake; the people I named as his wife and children were Richard's (the father of Simon). His will names 3 sons and makes his second son, Robert, executor with his wife, Jacobus thinks because his son John was the John Tuttle of the Planter who was married to Joan Antrobus Lawrence and died in Carrickfergus, Ireland. Jacobus bases that on the fact that this John was teh right age to have been the John Tuttle, and on the mistaken belief, based on White's papers, that Simon had no son named John. Symon b Engl D Engl John bapt Holcot 4 Jun 1596 Robert b abt 1598 or bef 18 Mar 1598/99, Holcott, Northampton, bapt 18 Mar 1598/99 in HOlcott, d Engl Abigail bapt 24 Nov 1628 d young abt 1631 These baptisms and their place and dates all from Jacobus, who says that Thomas lived first in Holcott and then in Woodford, which would explain why his children were born in Holcott, though I don't have a source on how he knows this, and he appears to cite Dawes-Gates as his source on the children's baptisms. I don't know if these dates and the place are based on confusion with John who is actually the son of Simon, who was really baptized in Holcott, on 4 June 1596, according to Greene! That John also had no brother named Robert, who, it appears, was bapt in Holcot, too! Atleast, not named in Simon's will. One would think the baptismal record identified the parents. But I gather that neither Jacobus nor Greene have seen the baptismal record of this John christened in Holcot. Since it appears not many of the Tuttle family lived in Holcot, this supports John of the Planter was Thomas's son. Unless the confusion comes in at the point of which John Tuttle went to Hertfordshire and married Joan Antrobus Lawrence! Simon Totill or Towtills of Ringstead, co Northampton, b abt 1560, buried Ringstead, 6/15/1630, married abt 1592, Isabel Wells, b abt 1565, dau of John Wells of Ringstead, who mentioned her in his will, 1618. Symon mentioned in both his father's will and his father in law's', whose will also named all four Tuttle grandsons (or rather, four of five of them, he left out John). Simon Tuttle supervised will of Mathew Harris of Woodford in 1600. His widow accompanied her sons on the Planter in 1635, but probably didn't live long. See Simon Tuttle's will at Sam Casey's web site. Simon Tuttle was a very well -off man (though not on the same level of well off as my Noyes ancestors, who had advanced into the gentry), with much property and possibly a fair number of sheep. Gene Curtin mentions that the College of Arms was cited as the source for Simon's children by a family historian ordinarily skeptical of noble ancestry claims, from which he infers that Simon Totill had the right to bear a coat of arms. (A well off yeoman could qualify for a coat of arms.) The catalogue of his property from his will reads: land he gave his son Richard, with land, meadows, and commons, and the house and other buildings, where he and his wife live. land, meadows and commons which he bought from Thomas Holding and Edward Asin alias James and of William Sillyman. the dwelling house where Mr. Wrothfall now lives with all the houses that belong to it, and adjoining yard and orchard. John White lived there or held it too, at some point. the meadow which he purchased from Joane Bateman widow, apparently a large meadow, since he divied it up among his family. (William had inherited 20 pounds from his grandfather, John Welles.) a meadow he bought from Eusache Morton and Thomas Ekins. a bedstead adn furniture, a table in the hall with a frame, "framed stools", more than one chimney in his house, good brass pans, a great cubboard, more than two chairs some of them large, a chest by the bed. a malt mill sheep. Half a dozen of them to a specific family member, the others to be divided. one acre of "leyres" which he purchased from Mr. Carier. Could be something to do with the sheep. Atleast thirty-five pounds. Plus 2(xxs) to be given to the church, the poor, etc. John Wells' will indicates that he was atleast as well of, perhaps a bit wealthier, than Simon Tuttle. subsidy rolls indicate that John Wells or Weales, and Simon Totehill or Symon Tootwell, of Rinsteed, were assessed for pieces of armor or equipment and amounts of money, I forget what if anything that is supposed to signify. Children: Richard (see below) William (see below) John (named in Simon's will, possibly the individual below) Thomas (the Thomas I couldn't identify with William b abt 1609 who I didn't know where he went yesterday were Thomas teh son of Simon, and William Tuttle the emigrant - from Jacobus's version. William was not known to be born in 1607, not 1609, until his baptismal record was found at Ringstead. Simon of Burton Latimer, co Northampton, buried 14 Dec 1630 at Burton Latimer, m by license (why, significance?) Peterborough, dated, Mar 1616/17 Alice Jamse who was bapt at Burton Latimer 30 Jan 1591/2 and bur there Jan 1623/4, dau of Wm James. Simon m (2) Burton Latimer 26 Jun 1624, Katherine Brabooke, dau of Richard and Joan Brabooke of Burton Latimer.

Fourth Generation

Richard b abt 1593 or 1595 Ringstead d Boston, MA 5/8/1640 m Barnwell St Andrew, Co Northampton, 6/19/1622 Anne Taylor, b abt 1594. Churchwarden of Ringstead 1626, 1629. Anne his wife remarried bef 1648, Edward Holyoke. Previous marriage to Joan Grafton bef 1622. By his second wife: Simon (not on the list of baptisms, I don't know where he came from) Ann/ Hannah b Jan 20, 1622/3 bapt Ringstead, Aug 23 1623. Jacobus in 1952 said she m in England. In 1854 TAG Jacobus argues he hadn't checked on that yet, it is she and not Ann the daughter of William Tuttle who m John Pantry and Thomas Welles of Hartford (no relation to the Wells of Ringstead and Woodford). ISsue by atleast the Pantry; see Ann the daughter of William Tuttle. John b Feb 12 1624/5 Ringstead d 3/31/1687 Rumney Marsh, MA m Mary Holyoke, the dau of Edward and Prudence (Stockton) Holyoke. ? b 1627 d bef 1635 age 7 There is alot of confusion over this child and a second Jonathan, from baptismal records. John may or may not be the first Jonathan. There were five baptisms to this family, and one illegible name on the baptismal register. Atleast one child clearly died befroe the 1635 voyage because not on the ship's list. Rebecca b 1629 Ringstead Greene deduced that she, bapt Ringstead 27 May 1630, m Richard Shotswell, son of John, of Ipswich. John b ca 1596 bapt Holcot, 4 June 1596, according to Greene, who cites only Jacobus for his source on this baptismal record. The question becomes, which John was bapt at Holcot in 1596, and also, why would a child of Simon's have been baptized in Holcot? Jacobus cites Dawes GAtes lines on that record, and Greene cites Jacobus; neither has seen the baptismal record which surely would state whether the father of this John and also of Robert Tuttle christened two years later, was Thomas, or Simon. Greene thinks that John was the brother of William and Richard and not their first cousin, because Simon's will shows that, contrary to what White and the College of Arms said, Simon DID have a son named John, who he named in his will several times, and because, in a series of lawsuits over the ownership and purported theft of a mare and her colt, Simon the son of John, and John the son of Richard, referred to each other's parents as aunt and uncle, and Greene thinks these terms had the same meaning then that they do now. One strange thing I notice from the Ringstead records as presented in these articles is that of all the children of Simon, ONLY William was christened at Ringstead, and from what Greene shows, Simon appeared in the subsidy roles tehre only in 1604/5 though John Wells consistently appeared in them through 1618, though Simon was buried in Ringstead. But William appears to have been a younger son of Simon's, quite possibly his youngest. John settled in Ipswich, MA, and then in 1651 returned to England and settled in Carrickfergus, Ireland, and died there 12/30/1656. He left a will that named his sons and that was burned in a fire. Married in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, ca 1627, Joan (Antrobus) Lawrence, widow of Thomas Lawrence. she bapt 6/25/1592, St. Albans, Hertfordshire. Why did John marry in Hertfordshire? (This notion from Karen Price, Sam Behling, and Gene Curtin.) Her ancestry in Antrobus Pedigrees. Supposed to be also in Gene Curtin's pages - but that link doesn't work. Jacobus says he lived in Hertfordshire for some years, doesn't say why or how we know this, and that he met Joan there, and that her parents were Walter and Joan (Arnold) Antrobus. His wife wrote oddly both that John never was sick until the day he died, and that he died of "grife that he hath taken for his to sons hath brought upon him a lingring deseas lost his stomuch and pined away." (Records and Files 2:173). He was disappointed with them for not forwarding money they had collected for him. It is consistent with depression. His wife died after 1/29/1660. John (a mercer), came in 1635 on the Planter, w Joan his wife, JOhn, William, Maria Lawrence, Abigail, Simon and Sara Tuttell, their children. A merchant, had large dealings w London merchants. Their children married into the first families of the colony. (This from George Frederick Tuttle) From Jacobus, his Antrobus mother in law was on the ship, too. Most of these web pages have John, Richard, and William with their mother on the Planter, in 1635, to Massachusetts. Their youngest son, Simon, b bef 1/10/1630/1 St. Albans, Hertfordshire (Price) m 1659, Joan Burnham, 1663, Sarah Cogswell, and lived in Ipswich, d Jan 1692. Sarah b 1632 St. Albans d aft 4/18/? She m Richard Martin, Boston, Suffolk, 1 Feb 1653/4 (Any relation to Martins of Salem Village?) The following is actually William Tuttle, son of Simon, b 1607, as follows - from Jacobus. I previously had trouble placing who this was. More people than me think that this is two separate people, because peoples' web pages have a separate and distinct William b abt 1609 placed in various places on the family tree. Greene explains that before William Tuttles baptismal record was found that shows him born in 1607, he was thought to have been born in about 1609. The date and place of death makes it clear that this is the same William Tuttle as William the son of Simon. - William b abt 1609, d in New Haven, CT, 1673, m Elizaabeth b England abt 1609-12, d New Haven, 12/30/1684, aged 76 (gravestone). Settled in Boston, MA, where his wife joined the church 1636. He moved to New Haven in 1639, early enough to be an initial signer of the agreement that created it. William Tuttle b 24 Dec 1607 Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England, bapt Ringtead, Northamptonshire England 26 Dec 1607. d New Haven, CT Jun 1673. Married Elizabeth ____. Quite a number of these web sites identify her as Elizabeth Mathews, none of them say where they got it, I am suspicious because as you can see above, Elizabeth Mathews is the name of a woman who married the much earlier William Tuttle, sheriff and lord mayor in Devonshire, she daughter of a Welsh aristocrat. He d New Haven, CT, 30 Dec 1684. He had an estate rated for 450 (pounds, shillings?) well above average size, his name often appears in records as busied in small affairs of the town, on committees and boards of arbitration, but never elected to public office or ran for public office. Fined in 1646 for falling asleep on the watch. He went to Boston 1645, w first three children, in Boston to 1639, twomore children, to Davenport 1639, one of first signers of orignl compact that founded Conne4cticut. (Price has Elizabeth b 1645 Ringstead, Simon b 1641 New Haven, Simon, Benjamin and Mercy b 1647-50 New Haven. Nathaniel b 1651 Ringstead. William was much employed in public affairs. Titled "Mr." . Wealthy for his times. All of his sons and daughters married into the first families of the day. Elizabeth may have been related to Robert Hill or to his first wife; they tried to get custody of the youngest stepchild from the second wife after her husband died, and she didn't particularly seem to want the child. Pictures of Tuttle descendants from this couple, from George F Tuttle's Tuttle genealogy are on my Tuttle picture page ; they looked strikingly like Amzi Allen and a number of his immediate descendants. 1. John b 1631 m Catharine or Cattarina Lane 11/8/1653. , dau of John, of Milford, Hannah b 11/2/1655 m11/7/1672 Samuel Clark Samuel b 8/7/1673 m 11/15/1698 Mary Brown Daniel b 3/6/1674-5 John b 2/23/1676-7 living 1729 per will Joseph b 10/20/1678 m 11/27/1707 Marah parker Stephen b 12/24/1680 m 11/26/1702 Sarah Hill Nathan b 2/20/1682 m 5/27/1709 Phebe Lines she m (2) Joshua Tuttle Hannah b 4/6/1685 m 4/20/1709 Jonah TODD Phineas b 6/27/1687 m 5/9/1715 Abigail Bassett Abigail b 9/6/1689 Hester b 1/2/1692 m 1/8/1712 John Munson Timothyb 1/5/1694 m 1/31/1724 Elizabeth Potter Mehitable b 5/10/1698 m 12/16/1722 Thomas Down d 10/25/1723, three wks after birth of lst child. Mehitable b 10/4/1723 married Thomas Stevens? Living on dateof deeed, 1744-5. Her husband remarried. John b 9/15/1657 m 5/29/1689 Mary Burroughs Ephraim b 4/2/1690 John b 9/5/1692 Nathan b 1/20/1694 Mary b 12/26/1696 m Epharaiim, Looomis. Desire b NH 7/11/1697, m 4/20/1726 Daniel TODD, m 2 8/26/1730 John READ. Mary TODD b 3/7/1722 m 3/13/1741 Elias READ ofStamford Katharine TODD b 1723 d 1724 Daniel TODD b 3/5/1724 m 10/13/1748 Sybil Carrington Josiah READ John READ Ithiel READ Jonathan READ Samuel b 1/9/1659-60 m 6/1684 Sarah Newman m 2 Abaigail, dau of John and Mercy FROST and widow of Thos Barnes She had 15 children already. In 1736, her son Samuel presented a petition to the court to administer her estate, she had "fallen into discomposure of mind", was incapable, etc. Mary b 1/31/1684-5 m 10/1/1704 Ebenezer FROST Jemima b 12/6/1686 m 4/1707 Thomas Jacobs Stephen mRachel Mansfield Abigail b 4/4/169_ m 7/23/1717 Ddanl Atwater Martha b 3/18/___ m 2/15/1717 John Smith Joseiah b 4/5/1696 m6/11/1719 Deborah Barnes Sarah b 1/17/1698 m John Moulthrop Daniel b 8/23/1702 m 4/26/1726 Mary Mansfield Stephen b 1688 m Rachel Manasfield may have gone to N.H. Sarah b 1/22/1661-2 m 9/10/1685 John Humiston of NH John b 10/24/1686 m Hannah Ray Lydia b 4/1/1689 Sarah b 4/8/1693 m 5/26/1714 James Bradley James b 5/7/1696 m 1/7/1719 Sarah Atwater Daniel twin b 4/13/1664 m Hannah Sanford Daniel bp 1/6/1694 m Abigail Andrew bp 1/26/1695 m Ann Woodruff Hannah bp 6/27/1697 m 8/28/1727 Dnl Carrington Timothy b 12/1/1728 Dnl b 5/20/1730 Sybl b 1/8/1732 m Danl TODD Jerusha bp 9/1/1700 Mary twoin 4/13/1664 The last four their mother had bapt 3/23/1666 Elizabeth b 11/19/1666 m John READ Jr of Norwalk John READ b 1697 m Hannah Danl READ m Elizabeth Eleazer READ m Abigail Saml READ m Sarah William READ b 11161708 m Jacob Green Mary READ Elizabeth READ m 11/1719 Jacob Green Ezperience READ b 1707 m Jaems St John Mehitable READ Ann READ m 12/6/1738 Eliakim Waring David b 11/14/1668 m 11/24/1698 Mary READ Solomon b 8/26/1699 m David b 3/6/1701 m Mary b 11/24/17_4 m 2/6/1731 Richard Higginbotham had 4 children Nathan b 8/16/1707 m 5/1731 Ann Gilbert Katharine b 1/2/1709 Ann b 12/28/1713 Lydia b 7/11/1717 ONe of these girls married John Waring, b 1704 Susanna d 1683 James on jury in N.H. in 1703 Benj Tuttle of NH bapt Milford 1671, also son of John, no further mention of him. 2. Ann/ Hannah b 1633 nothing known of her Behling has her b 1633 d 1696 Tuttles in America has her with children d Hartford CT Her memorial stone with the Welles family. m John, Pantry 1649. "He was the largest and tallest man of his time in Hartford, of strong mind and estimable character. The following children, as well as marriages to John Pantry and to a Wells, are traditionally attributed to this Ann/ Hannah. But Greene argues that these two marriages and these children belong to Hannah the daughter of Richard Tuttle, William's brother. John PANTRYbp 3/17/1650m Abigail Mix hannah PANTRY b 8/1652 d unm 1672 Mary b prob aft 9/1/1653 Mary PANTRY b prob aft 9/1/1653 m Nathaniel Mix Rebecca Welles PANTRY b 5/1655 m 8/13/1680 Capt James Judson Thomas PANTRY b 10/1657 m 1689 Mary Blackleach Sarah PANTRY b 4/1659 m 11/7/1678 JohnBidwell, Jr Ichabod PANTRY b 11/1660 m 9/4/1684 Sarah Way Samuel PANTRY b 10/1662 m Ruth Judson, sis to James Judson Jontahan PANTRY b 9/1664 d 1690 Joseph PANTRY b 8/1667 d 1698 m Elizabeth Way Greene argues that this Ann married (1) Joshua Judson of Stratford and (2) John Hurd jr of Stratford and Woodbury, and had issue by both. I think it is traditionally believed that Hannah the daughter of Richard made these marriages. Greene argues that: Ann Tuttle married William Hurd around 1654-5, which is consistent with the age of Ann the daughter of William, who was baptized in 1633, and that this would make the births of her children end when she was around 40. In Woodbury land records, record of ___ Hurd in Woodbury, he calls Nathaniel Tuttle his uncle, and Nathaniel was the youngest son of William, and that in a listing of Tuttle's land, "Ebenezer Hurd" is referred to as Nathaniel Tuttle's cousin. Elizabeth Tuttle the wife of William called John Hurd their son, and atleast one of her children referred to Hurd's as brothers and sisters (meaning in-law). These arguments are pretty convincing. 3. Thomas b 1635 m Hannah Powell 5/25/1660 d 10/19.1710 a cooper, gauger and packer, juryman, constable, exused from training on account of gout 1689 (only 29 years old) Hannah b 2/24/1661 m Joshua Hotchkiss Hannah HOTCHKISS b abt 1686 m Ebenezer PECK Priscilla HOTCHKISS b 12/30/1688 m John Sperry Abraham HOTCHKISS b abt 1690 Abigail HOTCHKISS b 10/12/1695 m Danl Winston Mary b HOTCHKISS abt 1699 living 1732 Isaac HOTCKISS b 6/1701 Jacaob HOTCHKISS b 2/1704 Abigail b 1/17/1663 mary b 6/14/1665 d 8/12/1683 Thomas b 10/27/1667 m 6/28/1692 Mary Sanford She rem 12/23/1707 Danl JOHNSON I forgot to get his children John b 12/5/1669 m Hannah ____ Hannah b 7/3/1702 d bef 1739 unm Ruth b 10/24/1704 m 1/18/1737 Japhtet MANSFIELD JR Lydia b 3/15/1707 m John Mansfield Euncice b 4/1/1740 DAvid b 7/3/1742 m Eunice PECK (dau of Jeremiah) 1745 Rebecca b 5/1/7/1745 Dorothy b 3/22/1709 m2/9/1748 Wm PECK Ebenezer b 7/23/1711 d 12/22/1732 Moses b 6/25/1715 faithful and orthodox minister at Granville, MA He m in 1746, Martha EDWARDS, youngest of ll chldren of Rev. Timothy EDWARDS, (8) ofE>W., a 2d cousin of his father. "She is described in STiles' Windsor as a lady of remarkable powers of mind though somewhat eccentric". Martha b 1747 d 1837 unm Hannah b 1750 d 1831 Ruth b 1753 d unm 1805 ESther b Kent PA 1756, living Vernon Ct 1850, age 94, m bef Dec 1789 Amos Cady Esther b 4/9/1672 m 2/27/1694 Samuel Russell Caleb b 8/29/1674 m 3/1/1699 Mary Hotchkiss (2) Hannah (Butler) TODD "He was a plain good man whom I well knew, a man of intergrity, vry intimate with Gov Jones'son, they having married sisters, ...He was a zeaslous religionist and warmly captivated with characters distinguished for holiness and piety,...he would...have listened to the anecdotes and history of these pious and heroic suffereres with avidity and curoious and feeling attention. I doubt not he knew mroe about the subject than all his posterity..." Sarah b 11/1699 m 4/29/1725 Noah Wolcott Caleb b 12/1701 d 12/27/1725 Thomnas b 11/24/1705 m 1/1/1730 Silence Sperry James b 11/30/1707 m 5/13/1730 Abigail Potter Enos b 11/11/1711 m 12/16/1736 Deborah Payne Timothy b 2/21/1713 mary b 3/1715 m Timothy Ford Eliphalet b 12/2/1718 m Desire Bradley LEvi m __ Bradley Abraham b 2/16/1722 m 1/22/1741 Lydia Humiston Joshua b 1/31/1731 Stephen Joshua b 12/19/1675 m 2/26/1710 Mary Mix Martha b 5/23/1679 d 1/25/1690 4. Jonathan b 7/2/1637 m Rebecca Bel; d 5/2/1676 "Ebenezer Blakelee, John Humiston, Daniel and Thomas Barnes, Moses Brockett and later the Clarks, Todds and others settled near the center. All these families have intermarried with each other generation after generation and in many instances relationships are unusually complicated." Rebecca b 9/10/1664 m Isaac Deighton Issac DAYTON m Elizabeth TODD (dau of Eliz and Michael TODD) Rebecca b 1709 d 1711 Elizabeth DAYTON b 9/25/1711 m Danl DOOLITTLE ONe of their children, Oliver Doolittle, b 1742, m Lois, dau of BEnj and Hannah Munson Cook, sis to Phebe (abaove) Rebecca Dayton b 1713 m Ebenezer Glibert Israel DAYTON b 1715 m Dinah (Bishop) Clark Sarah b 7/27/1716 d 1769 m 1735 Benjamin English Hannah b 1718 m 1738 Stephen Jacogbgs Issac b 8/30/1720 Micael DAYTON b 6/4/1722 m 1/29/1746 Mehitable DOOLITTLE Deborah b 1724 m Nathan Masnfield Jonathan b 1727 m 1751 mary Galle (2) BEde Andrews Charity b 9/29/1730 m Jehiel TUTTLE Giles b 2/20/1731 m 1757 Mary Bishop Hezekiah Dayton Nathaniel DAYTON JOnathan DAYTON m 1720 Mgt Ramsay much propty on L.I. Mary DAyton m Reuben Johnson Charity Dayton m 12/14/1726 Capt Abner Johnson Sarah Dayton m Mathhew Bellamny of Cheshire CT mary b 2/7/1666 m Wm Fredericks Mary FREDERICKS b 7/22/1685 m John, eldest son of Abraham and Mary (Holt) Doolittle, b 8/13/1681 of Wallingford he m (2) Mary Lewis. See below Jonathan b 4/6/1669 joined ch 1694 d 1700 his siblings divided his property Simon b 3/11/1671 m Elizabeth Ebetrnetha Rebecca b 4/30/1698 Jonathan b 9/8/1701 m 12/8/1724 Mary Cooper Isaiah b 7/10/1704 m 1827 Susannah Doolittle of Wallingford, dau of his first cousin. Jonathan b 1728m Hannah Barnes Theophilus b 1729 d Wallingford 1787 Isaiah b 1731 dyoung David b 1733 d 1764 estate div among his brothers Elizabeth b 6/17/1736 m Titus TODD son of Benjamin and Mary Alling TODD, deacon of No Haven church. HIs will named daus Chloe Tuttle, she m Samuel TUTTLE Sarah b 1738 d 1760 unm Isaiah b 1742 d young Solomon b 8/20/1746 m 1767 Eunice TUTTLE Susanna b 1762m Jonathan Smith Rachel b 1764 Elizbeth Sarah b 1766 Joseph b 1770 Elizabeth b 11/8/1705 d 1725-6 her brothers Isaiah and David divided her property Deborah b 1/1/1709-10 DAvid b 4/25/1713 William b 5/25/1673 m Mary Ebernetha, her sister joined ch 1707 Aaron b 11/25/1698 m Mary Munson Moses m Mary b 8/1702 Ezekiel m 4/21/1729 m 2/28/1728 Susan Merriman dau of John and Elizabeth PECK Merriman Lois b 1729 d young Tistus b 1731 m Lois Atwater Rebecca b 1733 Lois b 1737-8 m1755 Benjamin TODD Reuben b 1739 m 1/20/1766 Joanna Tyler Mamre b 1741 Susanna b 1744 Jemima b 1746 m 1772 Seth BLAKESLEE Ezekisl b 1745 Lucy b 1761 Abel Susannah b 11/1/1708 m 2/28/1728 Elisha Parker Lydia b 2/22/1710-11 Jemima b 2/13/1712-3 m 5/17/1731 Ebenezer BLAKESLEE of no Haven Hannah b 11/10/1715 m 2/9/1736-7 Christopher TODD son of Dea Samuel and Susanna (TUTTLE) TODD b 1713 Susanna TODD b 1737 Oliver Todd b 1739 Samule Todd b 1741-2 m Abigail TUTTLE Dan Todd b 1743 m Lucy FROST Hannah Todd m Abel BRADLEY son of Moses BRADLEY Edmund TODD b 1748 m Hannah TUTTLE Mahitabel Toddd b 1751 Jossiah Todd b 1755 m __WHEELER William b 8/1/1718 m 1/26/1743-4 Abigail FREDERICKS Nathan b 1744 unm Joel b 1746 m 1772 Lydia BRADLEY Hannah b 1/22/1748 m Edmund TODD Abigail b 6/7/1749 m Samuel TODD William m PHebe BRADLEY patience b 1752 m Ebenzer BRADLEY Mary Ann b 1754 unm Sarah m Seth Plumb of Wallingford Matilda m Ephraim TODD Daniel b 4/30/1722 m Phebe Beach Zophar b 1743 m Hannah DOOLITTLE of Wallingford Prudence b 1745 m Capt Geideon TODD Dan b 1746 m Abigail Fresibe Benoni b 1749 went to Vermont, an ardent patriot Jabez b 1753 m 1773 Mary TODD Ichabod b 1757 accidentally killed Beri b 1761 m Charity Johnson Nathaniel b 2/25/1676 m Esther BLACKSLEE Joonathan b 3/1702 m 12/8/1726 Rebecca Gilbert Silence b 1703 m 1728 John Turner Moses b 5/8/1704 notnamed in will of his father, 1728 Nathaniel b 5/29/1714 m 1/16/1737 Mary TODD (2) Abigail Ingham His children incl: Abigail b 1740 m 1760 Joel BRADLEY mary m Abner TODD Enos m 4/23/1741 Mary TODD Esther m 11/10/1748 Benjamin DOOLITTLE Ezra b 1720 m Hannah TODD (2) Susannah Merriman 5. DAvid b 4/7/1639 d 1693 (Behling): Non Compos Mentis. died age 53. ** 6. Joseph b 11/22/1640 m Hannah Munson 5/2/1667 d 9/1690 My own direct ancestor Joseph Tuttle b 3/18/1668 m 11/10/1691, by GovTreat, Elizbeth Sanford Samuel Tuttle b 7/15/1670 a mason m Sarah Samuel b 1/9/1696 Sarah b 9/8/1699 m Benjamin Dorman Anna b 12/23/1700 Stephen b 9/5/1703 m Sarah, perhaps Stephen TUTTLE's widow. Jonah b 11/20/1705 Amos b 5/30/1708 m Sarah Mansfield STephen Tuttle b 5/20/1673 rem to Woodbridge, NJ Timothy b 10/16/1696 m Cecilia MOore Joseph b 9/2/1698 m 1720 Abigail Ogden Stephen m 1735, Sarah Stanley Samuel prob d young Joanna Tuttle b 12/30/1675m Ste;hen Pangborn, rem to Woodbridge NJ JOseph Pangborn Hannah Pangborn b 1714 m 6/16/1734 Ephraim TUTTLE Timothy Pangborn m 1742 Deborah Youngs Noah Pangborn Susanna Tuttle b 2/20/1679 m 9/16/1698 Samuel, s of Saml and Mary (BRADLEY) TODD,b 7/1/1672 rem to WAterbury CT deacon there. *** Lydia TODD b 7/28/1699 m Rev. BENJAMIN DOOLITTLE TO AMZI ALLEN Caleb Todd b 2/2/1700 m mary Ives Stephen TODD b 12/4/1702 m Lydia Ives Mehitable TODD b 1/29/1704 m 1726 Elihu Yale; he was a wealthy planter in N. Hav. a nephew of Gov Elihu Yale, college named for Christopher Todd b 1707 d 1712 Elizabeth Todd m Dea Samuel Sackett Christpher TODD b 4/27/1713 m Hannah TUTTLE (4) Samuel Todd b 3/6/1716 m Mercy Evans. Grad Yale U 1734. "Possessed a mind of more than ordinary strength" and great decsion of ___ His religious sentiments and feelings were strictly evangelical He warmly approved of the revival of 1740, and exerted himself to promote it. This got him dismissed from his first church, which became Episcopal. He would shake his large white wig at children who made mistakes in their (Calvinistic) Westminster Catechism. He went to study the Revival at Stockbridge, prob on advice of a close friend of Pres. Edwards. (I don't know if Rev. Jonathan Edwards or related to him.) He returned and established a prayer meeting, at which half his congregation rebelled and left. Susanna Todd b 12/8/1718 m Caleb HUMISTON She made a confession of faith, recounted the wickedness of her rebellion against God, and credited the role of counsels of Rev. Mr. Tiles and the death of an aunt in her conversion. In other words, she found Jesus and was Born Again - as all Puritan young people in New England were expected to do. When that happened they were finally admitted to the Church. This connected with her brother's record. 7. Sarah b 4/1642 m John Slauson 11/22/1663 d 11/17/1676 She was murdered by her brother, Benjamin, who chopped her head apart with an axe, during a quarrel. Possibly it was about their dead father's considerable property; he said "he was afraid whe would do to him what he had done to her", whatever that meant. Her children testified that he came into her house carrying an axe and repeatedly struck her head with it, saying something about "I will teach you to Scold" and something they couldn't understand. Before this time, Sarah was a flirt, repeatedly in trouble for making out. In 1660, William Tuttle Sarah's father complained against Sarah and Jacob Murline for kissing and making out on a storage chest. The law provided for a fine aganist anyone who drew the attentions of a maid or maid servant without the permission of her parents, master, or guardians. This was not often enforced; William Tuttle was one of the few who went to such lengths of thinking they owned their children! "Mr. Tuttle pleaded that Jacob had endeavored to steal away his daughter's affections." (SAm Behling) The governor reported that Sarah had flirted and made out with Jacob in his house at a wedding. The court fined either of them 20 shillings, characterized their behavior as sinful and evil and Sarah's as bold, ordered both of them to mend their ways, and ordered Jacob to stay away from virgins. It seems Sarah's mother had told her not to keep company with him. John Slauson b 9/9/1664 m Mary Sarah Slauson b 1667 m Ebenezer BISHOP Jonathan Slauson b 1670 m mary Waterbury Elizabeth Slauson b 1672 m Nathanniel POND 8. Elizabeth b 11/9/1645 m Richard Edwards 11/19/1667 d 1688 became ancestor of Puritan Revivalist Jonathan Edwards. Elizabeth had a premarital affair with her husband, and also with another man, such that there was doubt about who was the father of her first child. There was a lawsuit, and Elizabeth and Richard were fined for sleeping together before marriage, and Richard was found to be the father. In any case, there was trouble concerning Elizabeth caring for the child, and her father ended up raising it. Elizabeth for some reason refused to sleep with her husband for years, resulting in an at first unsuccessful bid to divorce her. For one thing, he wanted to marry Mary Talcott, who had been fined for fornication with him. At his second effort, Richard argued that he was afraid of Elizabeth. "It became clear that Elizabeth herself was, at times, not in her right mind, and often threatened to murder her husband while he was asleep." Richard was granted the divorce, married Mary Talcott, and had six children. Nothing further is known of Elizabeth. Mary Edwards b 1668 chil b in Hartford Timothy Edwards b 5/14/1669 m Esther Stoddard "of polished manners, particularly attentive to dress and propriety of exterior, never appearing in public but in the full dress of a clergyman". "for that period, remarkably liberal, and enlightened with regard to the education of his children, preparing not only his son, but each of his dauaghters also for college". a minister, well educated, taught classics and classical languages. Esther b 8/6/1695 m 1729 Profand Rev. Samuel Hopkins a woman of superior intellect Elizabeth b 4/14/1697 m Col Jabez Huntington Ann b 4/28/1699 m 1734 Capt John Ellsworth Mary b 2/11/1701 d unm 9/17/1776 sought in marriage but preferred to care for aged parents. Amiable disposition,, understanding, uncommon attainments.


b 10/5/1703 m 1727 Sarah Pierpoint
"In person he was tall, slender and slightly stooping, his face, very pale and somewhat wasted, wore an aspect of singular refinement and dignity; his manner calm and gentle; he spoke very little. He lamented his awkward address and unimposing presence "I have a constitution," he says,"in many respects peculiarly unhappy, attended with flaccid solids and vapid sizy and scarce fluids, and a low tide of spirits; often occasioning a childish weakness and contempatableness of speech, presence and demeanor and a disagreeable dullness and stiffness much unfitting me for conversation." In other words, the man had clinical depression. Edwards had a distinctly intuitive, emotion charged, mystical approach to religion and way of knowing and experiencing God. Struggling through his teenage years and young manhood with his sense of sinfulness and objections to the dark horror of the doctrine of predestination, according to the Encyclopedia Brittanica, "though he gradually worked through his intellectual objections, it was only with his conversion ...that he came to a 'delightul conviction' of divine sovereignty, to a 'new sense' of God's glory revealed in Scripture and in nature. This became the centre of Edwards' piety: a direct, intuitive apprehension of God in all his glory, a sight and taste of Christ's majesty and beauty far beyone all 'notional' understanding, immediately imparted to the soul by 'a divine and supernatural light.' This alone confers worth on man, and in this consists his salvation. What such a God does must be right; hence, Edwards' "cosmic optimism". The acceptance and affirmation of God as he is and does and the love of God simply because he is God became central motifs in all Edwards' preaching." Edwards described more about his own intensely emotion-driven mentality than the nature of free will when he wrote in "Freedom of Will, "The will...is not a separate, self-determining faculty with power to act contrary to the strongest motives, as he understood the Arminians (Calvinistic rebels against predestination) to teach. Rather, it is identical with feelings or preference, and a volition is simply the soul's 'prevailing inclination' in action; the will 'is as the greatest apparent good.' Men are free to do as they please, and God therefore rightly holds them morally responsible for the quality of their volitions as expressions of their desires and intentions." How does this make sense? Remember, Edwards believed in predestination. God decided at the beginning of time on a small number of people who would be saved, not according to any thing about those people, but only because it pleased God to do so. Peoples' emotional bent was not their own doing, but that of God. "...a saving knowledge of God and spiritual things is possible only to those who have received the gift of the 'new sense'. This grace is independent of human effort and is 'irresistible', for the perception of God's beauty and goodness that it confers is in its very nature a glad 'consent'. Neverthless, God decrees conversion and a holy life as well as ultimate felicity; and he has so constituted things that 'means of grace' (eg sermons, sacraments, even the fear of hell) are employed by the Spirit in conversion, though not as proper causes" of such. Thus the predestinarian preacher could appeal to the emotions and wills of men." If that looks like circular reasoning, well,the notion of predestination is hardly at all logical. From Kathryn VanSpanckeren, An Outline of American Literature: Early America and Colonial Period to 1776: "Edwards was molded by his extreme sense of duty and by the rigid Puritan environment, which conspired to make him defend strict and gloomy Calvinism from the forces of liberalism springing up around him. He is best known for his frightening, powerful sermon, "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God". "'If god should let you go, you would immediately sink, and sinfully descend, and plunge into the bottomless gulf... the God that holds you over the pit of hell, much as one holds a spider or some loathsome insect over the fire, abhors you, and is dreadfully provoked...he looks upon you as worthy of nothing else but to be cast into the bottomless gulf.'" This looks eerily like possibly more was wrong with Edwards than he was depressed and frankly admitted that the above was pretty much atleast one side of how he felt about himself. It is the style of someone with dysphoric hypomania, a mild form of mania. It goes on and on, the length, the anger and the wording are excessive, it is imaginatively elaborate, and it conveys excessive and cold irritability and anger, and it contains the fire and ice quality typical of mania. "Edwards's sermons had enormous impact, sending whole congregations into hysterical fits of weeping. In the long run, though, their grotesque harshness alienated people from the Calvinism that Edwards valiently defended. Edwards's dogmatic, medieval sermons no longer fit the experiences of relatively peaceful, prosperous 18th century colonists." Edwards was a key theologian and leader of "the Great Awakening". He criticized some of its excesses, but supported it wholeheartedly, often preached in its style, thought it was "a genuine work of God, which needed to be furthered and purified". The affairs of the Tuttle family during this period demonstrate some of the tensions of the transforming society. The slow death of medieval social organization is also exemplified by tensions over the creation of the town of Sudbury Massachusetts in the 1630's, and by the Salem witch trials in 1692, where the feudal way of life of the Salem villagers confronted the developing Capitalism around them. In the mid to late 18th century the Tuttle family were not changing as quickly as people around them. They had a natural affinity for the medieval social order. The Tuttles were an emotionally intense family with a feudal temperament and genetic tendency to mental illness, and they adhered to feudal ways of thinking and religious practices longer than did most people. Aee above where Samuel Todd, brother of my direct line ancestor Lydia Todd (her mother was a Tuttle), also had problems that resulted from the gap between his own theology and temperament, and that of the members of his congregations. Edwards' son, Jonathan Edwards, b 5/26/1745. a Congregationalist minister. "He was apparently austere and reserved, but really mild and affectionate, though constitutionally irritable. ...piercing eye and severe countenance, strongly lined with thought,distant in manner and with no small talk. In the pulpit too profound to be interesting or even under- stood by ordinary minds. A portion of his preaching was highly practical and sometimes irresistably impressive and even terrible. He looked but little at his auditory and seemed consequently to be dealing in abstractions. Nevertheless he was uttering great and profound thoughts, and those capaable of understanding admired his genius." Eunice, b 1705 m 1729 Rev Simon Backus Abigail b 12/25/1707 m 1737 Wm Metcalf Jerusha b 1710 d unm 1729 Hannah b 2/8/1713 m 1/15/1746 Seth Wetmore, Esq Lucy b 1715 d 1736 unm Martha b 1/5/1718 m Rev. Moses TUTTLE Abigail Edwards b 1671 m 1689 Benjamin Lathrop (2) Capt Thos Stoughton Elizabeth Edwards b 1675 m 3/14/1695 Jacob Deming (2) Hinckley Ann Edwrsds b 1678 m 1698 Jonathan Richardson (2) William Davenport Mabel Edwards b 12/13/1685 m 12/14/1699 Jonathan Bigelow Martha Edwards 9. Simon Tuttle b 1647 d 1719 m Abigail Beach. A founder of Wallingford,CT m Abigail Beach, dau of John Beach of Wallingford d 8/1722 had three children. Daniel Tuttle b 11/11/1680 m 1711 Ruth Howe Daniel b 1714 Jehiel b 1717 m 1742 Hannah Hull Phebe b 1719 m 1736 Samuel Miles Martha b 1720 d 1742 Lydia b 1722 m Benjamin Culver Eunice b 1725 d 1726 Eunice b 1726 m Gideon IVES AMbrose b 1728 m Esther IVES her sister Enos b 1732 mSarh Francis Mary b 1733 m Joseph Francis Lois b 1737 m Abel IVES Jr Abiah Timothy Tuttle b 12/7/1716 founder of Goshen, Ct. m Abigail ___ and Hannah Wedham. d 10/23/1760. His widow m Hon Silas Richmond. Mary b 12/1/1743 m __ Sedgwick broother of Gen. Sedgwick. Amos b 2/8/1745 m l Mary Parks 2 Rosabell Denslow killed 11/20/1800 Elisha b 11/24/1746 d Goshen 7/28/1825 his wife 12/11/1829 Ichabod m Elizabeth Matthews Noah Tuttle b 3/26/1752 m Ruth Beach\ Deliverance b 10/24/1752 d 10/8/1760\ Timothy b 6/10/1755 m Hannah Wadhams David b 12/26/1756 d 10/10/1760\ Hannah b 8/10/1758\ Thankful b 5/30/1759 m Philip Cook of Goshen Lois b 5/21/1760 Ichabod b 6/23/1748 m Elizabeth Mathews 2/20/1772 moved to Wyomnng\ Co, PA, a Colonel in Rev War, killed at battle of Wyoming 7/3/1778. His wife and three small children escaped in a boat back to Connecticut. THey had Calvin, m Ruth ann Miner, Luther b 4/8/1774, Ichabod, b 7/15/1776, went to New York, no further trace. 10. Benjamin b bef 10/29/1648 New Haven, CT d CT 6/13/1677 age 28. "Died"? Hmmm. I like the way genealogies omit information. He was tried, convicted, and executed for murdering his sister with an axe. He came into her house one evening, and, in front of her children sitting at the table, beat her on the head with an axe while saying something only partially intelligible about "I'll teach you to scold!" 11. Mercy b 1650 m 5/2/1667 Samuel Brown, sonof Francis and Mary EDWARDS Brown She was accused at age 14 of stealing and drinking liquor. She chopped her 17-year-old (?) son, Samuel Jr, to death with an axe as he lay in his bed. Her husband said she had seemed rational, but the day before, she said she would have the children buried in the barn, because "dreadful times are coming". He said she had "slept but little for two or three nights before". Joseph Brown, age 24, testifed that she had thrown scalding water at him and he thought her "much out of her head". Mercy's sister Simon Tuttle and his wife thought she had seemed distracted "that morning and before". Mary Moss testified that "Mercy came to their house a little before the sad accident and wished Mr. Moss to look after her husband". Neighbors testified they had come to her house for fire and when she came out with it, she went down the hill towards the swamp seeming distracted. In jail, she seemed distracted, seemed much grieved at having given offense to someone who knew nothing of it. Those who took her to New Haven for trial testified that she seemed "shaken in her understanding". Though her attorney pleaded insanity, the jury found her guilty, and the judge sentenced her to die. It wasn't a popular verdict, the town felt she should be exonerated on the basis of insanity. But confusion resulting over the removal of the governor from his office allowed Mercy to escape execution. Abigail Brown b 3/11/1669 d 1670 Sarah Brown b 8/88/1672 m 4/24/1690 Joseph DOOLITTLE Rachel Brown b 4/24/1677 m 1699 John Brocket Francis Brown b 10/7/1679 m 4/11/1705 Hannah ALLING Gideon Brown b 7/12/1685 d bef 1691 Samuel Brown b 10/29/1689 d 6/20/1691 12. Nathaniel b 1652. d Aug 20, 1721, Woodbury m Aug 10, 1682 New Haven, CT, Sarah Howe Mary bp 7/1/1683 not named in father's will Ephraim b 7/8/1684 m 1706 Dinah Wheeler Temperance bap 1685 d 11/10/1745 Hezekiah b abat 1686 m 4/11/1711 martha Huthwitt Isaac bp 2/3/1687 m Sarh Hall (2) Prudence Wheeler (3) Mary Warner (4) Ann Bronson Ann d 7/22/1753 Aaron Another. Back to top


Todd Scottish word for fox. All Todds originally came from Scotland. Nine distinct and seemingly unrelated Todd families in America. Three from Scotland; the New York Toddds, the Suffield, Ct Tods, and (probably) the Philadelphia Tods. Three came from North Ireland, the Maryland todds, the New Hampshire Todds, and the Pennsylvania Todds; Three form England, the Massachusetts Todds, the New Haven, Connecticut Todds, and the Virginia todds. Of the last three the first two came from the Republican or Puritan Party, and the last from the royalist or Church of England party. The Virginia Todds were of the highest social rank. The Irish Todds originally named O'Shaughagh, Irish for fox, complelled the Irish to assume English names, the famialy changed its name, the Leinster branch tok name Fox and the northern, Todd, or Wolfson, corrupted into Wilson. A portion of the Irish Todds are of Irish origin, all others are Scotch. Abraham LIncoln's Todd wife was of Scotch-Irish stock via Pennsylvania. Some of the English Todds changed their name to Fox, so the Todds and the Foxes belong to the same stock and have alwys borne the same arms. The Todds settled first in Yorkshire, John Todde high sheriff of York in 1390. Sir William tod high sheriff in 1477, Lord mayor ten years later. Rev Robert Todd, a dissenting minister of Leeds. "During the great plague 'he preached repeatedly and impressively on Hezekiah's boil.'" Sir Wm Todd High Sheriff of York under Charles I in 1625. In this country three distinct famlies of Yorkshire Todds. Thomas Todd settled in Virginia, whence his descendants spread into Kentucky. Second family from John Todd, came to Charleston MA in 1637, two yrs later settled Rowley, MA. Known only he came from Yorkshire. Found in MA, Vt, and the West. Third family from Christopher Todd, one of original settlers of the New Haven colony in Connecticut in 1639. from Pontefract, Yorkshire. William Todd m Isabel Rogerson in old parish church in Pontrefract, West Riding, Yorkshire. (church register). 9/24/1592. Had: William bapt 6/29/1593 John bapt 10/18/1594 John Warde and Isabell Bruster m 7/22/1593 Katherine Ward bapt 11/29/1596 William Todde m Katherine Ward 5/22/1614 They had: Mary bapt 10/15/1614 Christopher bapt 1/12/1617 William Todd buried5/8/1617. John who became a prominent citizen in Rowley, MA, having first been to Charleston, MA, was brother to Christopher's father William, and m Alice Clayton o f Bradford, York Co, England, had John, m in 1643, Sussanna Hunt, b Bradford, Co of Yourk, 1621. Their son William Todd m Katharine Ward. William "'was killed in sort of a duel'" when Christopher was an infant. Christopher married Grace Middlebrook,sailed with Davenport Company; they were wealthy merchants. Mr. Davenport apparently an eminent Puritan minister. Formed Winnipiac; New Haven colony. BEcame a farmer, miller and baker. Seems at first one of the less prominent colonists. Signed General Agreeement modestly with his mark. His seat in the meeting house was in a regular seat, not a dignified one. Soon he bought a grist mill. He steadily acquired land. He died April 1686 at age 69,. Had: John bapt 12/2/1642. inherited his father's land. m 1 11/26/1668 Sarah, dau of Mathhhew Gilbert (one of the seven pillars of the church in New Haven) he d 4/1672 m 2 8/20/1677 Sarah, dau of James and Mirriam (WHeeler) Blakeman and gd of Rev Adam Blakeman, she b 4/25/1658, d 12/16/1688. 8. Sarah (1) b 8/27/1670 d 9/1670 9. Sarah (2) b 5/13/1678 d 10/19/1678 10. John b 5/11/1679 d 9/21/1723 m 2/9/1708-9 Hannah Butler, dau of John Butler of Braford Ct it is confusing if her second husband ws Caleb Powell or Caleb Tuttle. 37. John b 11/13/1709 38. Joseph b 11/1/1711 39. Thankful, b 7/18/1717 11. Jonathan b 2/20/1680 42. Amos b 5/15/1715 d 8/14/1733 being drowned at Dragon (Fair Haven) 43. Sarah b 1718 d 1719 44. Ephraim b 3/7/1719-20 d 6/9/1724 45. Timothy b 3/3/1722-23 12. Sarah b 1682 d 1682 13. Mary b 9/26/1683 d8/8/1706 14. Joseph d 3/7/1709 15. Josiah m 2/28/1715-6 Elizabeth, dau of Mathew Gilbert, 2 Abigail dau of William and Mary Fredericks who d 8/26/1760 46. Elizabeth (1) b 3/30/1720-1 m Jonathan Goodsell Eliabeth Goodsell b 7/11/1739 m Jacob BRADLEY Jonathan Goodsell b 2/21/1741 Josiah b 3/27/1742 Josiah Goodsell b 12/1743 Sarah Goodsell b 10/24/

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