The Connecticut Quarterly Volume 4

The Connecticut Quarterly Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: not known; it was probably in Mass. John came to Hartford, and from there to New Haven 1645 or 6, where he bought a lot on corner of Church and Chapel Sts. of Wm. Jeans, 1648. Were not the 3 daus. born in New Haven? The birth of Elizabeth and the date of her marriage to Richard Hubbell of Fairfield, Conn., particularly desired. C. L. S. 134. Anderson, George of Willington, Conn., m. March 23, 1749, Abigail, dau. of Capt. Stephen and Abigail (Rugg) Brown and g-g dau. of Capt. John Mason of Pequot fame. He is supposed to be connected with the Scotch who settled for a time in Londonderry, Ireland, and then came in 1725 to America and settled in Worcester, Pelham and Palmer, Mass. He with his two sons, Stephen and Thomas, were in the company of Capt. Thomas Knowlton, from Ashford, at the battle of Bunker Hill. He died in 1816 at Willington. His sons, Lemuel and Wil liam joined the Revolutionary army later. It is a family tradition that he had a brother Adnah in Nova Scotia. Wanted: any definite clews to his ancestry, place or date of birth. F. W. A. 135. (a) Adams, Richard, m. and had Richard, b. April 26, 1763, in Pomfret, Conn. Who was his mother? (b) Warner, William, died Feb. 28, 1714, in Wethersfield, Conn., and left two sons, 1. William, b. Jan. 25, 1672, and 2. Daniel, b. Jan. i, 1680. William Jr. had a son William b. Dec. 4, 1717. Daniel had a son William b. Oct. 1, 1715. About 1739 William Warner m. Rebecca Lupton. About the same time William Warner m. a wife--name not known to me--and for his 2d wife, Mar. 25, 1752, Prudence May. Who was father of the William who mar. Prudence May? A. L. F. 136. Moss, John of East Haven, Conn., one of the original founders of the New Haven Colony. From whence and when did he emigrate? And any other more

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