John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn., and some of his descendants

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H.M. Kyes , Parker, S.D
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Pagination[17] p. ; 22 cm.
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Book Title: John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn, and some of his descendants. GEDCOM Source. Connecticut Town Death Records, pre (Barbour Collection) Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, Original data - White, Lorraine Cook, ed.

The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Children: Mary Stevens, Elizabeth Clark, Abigail Newton, John Clark, Jr., Elizabeth Parker.

John was one of the most common of Christian names, so that it is not wonderful that almost every old New England town had a John Clark among its early settlers. The descendants of John Clark of Parmington believe that he was identical with John of Cambridge, Mass., and with John of Hartford, and this is set down as an ascertained 4 PREFACE.

Deacon George Clark(e) of Milford, Connecticut and Some of His Descendants Bryant, George Clarke; Ansonia, CT; ; Pages: John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn., and Some of His Descendants Kyes, Helen Myers; Parker, SD; ; Pages:   Deacon George Clark(e) of Milford, Connecticut and Some of His Descendants Bryant, George Clarke; Ansonia, CT; ; Pages: John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn., and Some of His Descendants Kyes, Helen Myers; Parker, SD; ; Pages: John Mason (October, – Janu ), was an early English settler, soldier, commander, and Deputy Governor of the Connecticut was best known for leading the English settlers at an attack on the Pequot and the Mystic Fort, an event that ended up being known as the Mystic Massacre which effectively ended the hegemony of the Pequot tribe in southeast : OctoberRavensthorpe, Northamptonshire.

This matches Eaton's original belief the Nova Scotia family were descendants of Steven DeWolf, which had been disregarded in Salisbury's work, and which he then unfortunately copied in his own books. Notable members. Nathan DeWolf ( – 29 March ) was born in Saybrook, Connecticut.

Some of the descendants of Aaron Stark (Junior) moved north from New London County, Connecticut, to New Hampshire and Northeastern New York. (These branches would become inextricably confused with the descendants of General John Stark; not related to Aaron and his descendants.) Others moved into New York just before the Revolution, while and some of his descendants book.

Inhis son John, then of Preston, applied to the Probate Court in New London, for an equitable division of the Preston lands between him and his brother Thomas." Stanton, William A., THOMAS STANTON, OF CONNECTICUT, and HIS DESCENDANTS (), pp; Baldwin, John D., THOMAS STANTON of STONINGTON, CONN.

(), p Hartford, CT, Price: $ Genealogy and History of the Descendants of John Clarke of John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, MA Conn. by Hinkley Price: $ Clarke: John Clarke of Hartford and Saybrook, Conn., and Some of His Descendants - by Kyes, Helen Myers Parker, SD, Price: $ Clarke: Records of Some of the Descendants of Thomas Clarke.

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Wyllis, of Hartford, by his daughter Amy, of Col. John Pynchon, of Springfield, of William Whiting, of Hartford, and Robert Ashley, of. "Descendants of Joseph Ingham of Old Saybrook", a summary of the first five generations by Norman W. Ingham. "Kirtland Family, Descendants of John and Lydia Pratt Kirtland", among the first settlers of Saybrook, by Charles A.

Kirkland; Deep River, CT, A copy of a small book now in the Archive. Joseph Clarke (?) was the son of Joseph Clarke, brother of Rev. (Dr.) John Clarke, pastor of the Newport Baptist Church. He was one of the first three settlers of Westerly in and the first member of the Clarke family to become identified with Seventh Day Baptists, transferring his membership from the John Clarke Baptist Church to.

The Joseph was probably a misprint, as there was no CLARKE but John in the town at that time, except his son Joseph. Deacon HUNTINGTON and his wife lived together 53 years, she dying inaged ] The estate of John CLARKE at Milford amounted to £; at Saybrook, £; total, £, 10s.

PURCHASE OF SAYBROOK FORT. Donald Lines Jacobus, The Bulkeley Genealogy: Rev. Peter Bulkeley, being an account of his career, his ancestry, the ancestry of his two wives, and his relatives in England and New England, together with a genealogy of his descendants through the seventh American generation, New.

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Charles Acourt Saybrook, (Source: DUNHAM-WILCOX-TROTT-KIRK) The Adgate Family in America The Descendants of Thomas Adgate of Saybrook and. These are the resources from which I gleaned the data for the CLARK Outline Descendant Tree (ODT).Some of these sources with a network address may be proprietary resources requiring membership for access, possibly after paying a fee.

Records of some of the descendants of William Curtis, Roxbury, by: Clarke, Samuel Clarke, b. Published: () A genealogical and biographical sketch of the name and family of Stetson from the yearto the year / by: Barry, John Stetson, George Clarke Bryant, Deacon George Clark(e) of Milford, Connecticut and Some of His Descendants (Portland, Maine: Anthoensen Press, ), page Hereinafter cited as.

For several years afterthere were no settlements by the English in Connecticut, except in the towns of Windsor, Hartford and Wethersfield, and a few at Saybrook.

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Insome of the Watertown settlers came and erected a few houses in what is now Wethersfield. (Mr. Weeks in his manuscript claims Wethersfield to be the oldest town on the. Jeremy Adams of Cambridge Mass and Hartford Conn and His Descendants.

Boston, [Adams2] W. Appleton. Some Descendants of William Adams of Ipswich Mass. Boston: David Clapp & Son, [Alling1] Donald Lines Jacobus. Pre-American Ancestors of Roger Alling of New Haven, Connecticut, TAG [Alling2] George P.

Allen. Allens of New. Rebecca married Elijah Cadwell son of Elija Cadwell and Rebecca Goodwin on 15 Dec in Hartford, Conn. Elijah was born before 15 Oct He died on 14 Jun in Hartford, Conn. They had the following children: F i.

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Mary Graves (5) married Samuel Dow of Hartford, Conn. on 12 Dec. He was bornand died 2 June in his Hartford home, although John Card Graves said he moved to Hadley, Mass. He was a sailor, with little money.

How he met and succeeded in marrying the daughter of a very substantial Hartford citizen can only be surmised. Views of the lots on which Thomas and his son Isaac located their house in Hatfield and the lot on which John placed his new home there, together with general views of the beautiful village of Hatfield, which the settlers had shown so much wisdom in selecting, appeared as illustrations in the book by John Card Graves (R‑).

George Clarke Bryant, Deacon George Clark(e) of Milford, Connecticut and Some of His Descendants (Portland, Maine: Anthoensen Press, ), page Family Record, George Clark, "Farmer". Hereinafter cited as Deacon George Clark(e) of Milford. An Address Delivered at a Meeting of the Selden Family At Fenwick Grove, Saybrook, Conn., Aug - by Eaton, Daniel Cady New Haven, CT, Thomas Steel of Boston and Some of his DescendantsJohn Stoddard of Wethersfield, Conn, and his Descendants A Genealogy - by Patterson, D.

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Matthew was responsible for the building of the first vessel launched at New London, the firm of Mould & Coit Buildling to his order the bark "Endeavor," which was sailed in the trade with Barbados.

John’s child, by an unknown first wife, is: John Deming, Jr., born about (gave age as "about 50 yeares" in ), mentioned in his father's will ("having done well by my son John," he left him a Geneva Bible, a feather bed and bolster, and a kettle but this gift was withdrawn in a codicil and replaced with a bequest of "all my materials and tools in my shop and my book debts" that had.It is believed that John Clark (also spelled Clarke) was originally fr o m Great Mundon, Hertfordshire, (about two miles from Stevenage) as the will of his broth e r George Clark lists property there.

In his will, dated both Febru and January 1 9,John Clark refers to William Pratt as both his son and as his cousin.Clarke: Deacon George Clark(e) of Milford, Connecticut and Some of His Descendants; Bryant, George Clarke; Ansonia, CT; ; Pages: C67 B C67 Buy Book Buy CD.

Clarke: Genealogy and History of the Descendants of John Clarke of Wenham, MA; Hinkley, Marlene A.; Bath, ME; ; Pages: C B C Buy Book Buy CD.