COMMEMORATIVE BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD.
lete. He was one of the orifjinators of tlie Monitor
Base Ball Cliih. which was orq-anized in the Gothic
Hall huildinp^. W'aterbiiry, and of which he was
catcher. Later he held the same position in the
Watcrbury Base Piall Club, and it was largely due to
his remarkable ability that each club held the State
championshi]) durinqf his association therewith. His
active participation in the jjreat National game is a
tiling of the past, Init his interest in it is undimin-
ished, and he is held as an authority on the game
by many of the noted players of to-day,
Mr. Perkins was married, in Waterbury, to Miss
Ella L. Grilley. a native of that town, and a daugh-
ter of Albert (irilley. They have three children :
Alice M., now the wife of \Mlliam R. Johnson, of
W'olcott : Harry W. ; and Mary E., who is attending
a boarding-school in Lyme, Connecticut.
Religiously Mr. Perkins is a member of St.
John's Episcopal Church of Waterbury : fraternally
he belongs to Mad River Grange. He casts his
ballot for the men and measures of the Democratic
party, but has never cared for the honor or emolu-
ments of political office, preferring to devote his
entire time and attention to his business interests.
He is a thorough and systematic farmer, and car-
ries forward to successful completion whatever he
undertakes. He is widelv and favorably known, and
stands deservedly high in the esteem of his fellow
HEXRY WARD CHITTENDEN (deceased)
was a worthy member of an honored old Connecti-
cut family, one of the best in the State.
William Chittenden, the first of the name in
Connecticut, was a native of England, and was one
of a company of seventy-five â€” gathered chiefly
from the Counties of Kent, Surrey and Sussex, in
the South of England â€” who determined to leave
the mother country and seek a new home in the
wilderness of the ^X'estern World. This company
sailed from England for .America about May 20,
1639, in a ship of 350 tons burden, and arrived in
New Haven July 10, after a pas,sage of seven
weeks. William Chittenden came from the parish
of Cranbrook. in Kent, some thirty-five miles south-
east of London. He was prominent among the
original settlors of Guilford, and as a man of abil-
ity and influence held many important offices in the
Plantation during his active life. He was one of
the six persons selected to purchase the land in
Guilford from the native owners, and was also one
of four â€” Robert Kitchell, William Chittenden,
John Bishop and William Leete â€” who received, ac-
cordin.g to the record, full power and authoritv to
act, order and disjiatch all matters respecting the
public weal and civil government of the Plantation
"until a church is gathered among us." It is sup-
posed that he was a soldier in the English army,
and served in the Netherlands in the Thirtv Years
war, as he was the principal military man of the
Plantation, and bore the title of lieutenant. He was
a magistrate of the Plantation, and deputy to the
(ieneral Court until his death, in I'ebruary, 1660,
at the age of sixty-seven years. William Chitten-
den was married in England to Joanna Sheaffe,
daughter of Dr. Edmund and Joanna SheafTfe, of
Cranbrook, Kent. Her sister Dorothy was the wife
of Rev. Henry ^^'hitfield, who was the first minister
of the Guilford Colony, and one of its leading men.
Ten children were born to William and Joanna
Chittenden, viz. : Thomas, who married Joanna
Jordan ; Elizabeth, who married Thomas Wright ;
Nathaniel ; John, mentioned below ; Mary, who
married John Leete; Hannah, born Nov. 15, 1649,
who died in 1650; Joseph and Hannah (twins),
born -April 14, 1652, the former of whom died June
22, 1652, the latter Sept. 13, 1674: Deborah, Ixirn
Dec. 12, 1653, who died Sept. 16, 1674; and Joanna.
\ The mother of these remarried, her second husband
I being Abraham Cruttenden, of Guilford, who had
j also been previously married. She died in Guil-
[ ford Aug. 16, 1668. Her mother, widow of Dr.
1 Edmund Sheaflfe, came with the family from Eng-
land, and died in Guilford -Aug. i, 1659.
-Scrgt. John Chittenden, son of William, was
married Dec. 12. 1665, to Hannah Fletcher, of Mil-
ford. He died in Guilford in .April, 1716, aged
seventy-three years. Children: John, born Oct.
17, 1666, married Sarah Clay; Elizabeth, born Jan.
! 26, 1670, married Thomas Cruttenden: Joseph is re-
ferred to below: Gideon, born .Sept. 23. 1678, died
' in 1679: .Abel, born May 14, 1681. married Dcboraii
Sc ran tori : Lvdia, born March 30, 1684, married
Joseph Chittenden, born March 26, 1672, in
! Guilford, spent his entire life there, and died Sept.
j II, 1727. On Aug. 26, 1692, he married Mary
Kimberly, born in April, 1671, daughter of Nathan-
iel and Mary Kimberly, of New Haven. She died
' Jan. 14, 1742. Children: Deborah, born Jan. 28,
1693, niarricd John Sjiinning: Patience, born Jan.
i ,19, 1696, married John Hubbard ; Gideon, sketch of
whom follows; Daniel, born March 15, 1700, mar-
ried -Abigail Downes ; Joseph, born Jan. 25. 1702,
I married Patience Stone: Thankful, born Jan. 27,
1704. married Timothy Bartlett.
Gideon Chittenden, son of Joseph, born Feb. 3,
i6(j8, in Guilford, passed the greater part of his life
in his native town, and in 1762 removed to New
Milford, Conn., where he and his wife both ended
their days. On Alarch 21, 1721, he married -Abi-
gail Bishop, born .April 19, 1701, daughter of
Samuel and .Abigail ( W'etmore ) P)isho|), of
Guilford, and thev had children: .Abraham,
sketch of whom follows: Millicent, born .April
5. 1725, married John Hopson : .Abigail, born
^larch 17, 1727, married Samuel Stone; Pru-
dence, born Oct. 14, 1729, married Nathaniel
Johnson: Giles, born Dec. 8, 1731, married
Temperance Bishop: .Miles, born June 15. 1734.
died Dec. 15, 1755; Ruth, born May 15, 1737, mar-
ried Ebenezer Evarts ; Stephen, born May 9, 1739,
COMMEMORATIVE BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD.
married Lucy Bardsley; Catherine, born May y,
1747, married Ebenezer Gaylord.
Abraham Chittenden, born Feb. 16, 1723,
passed his entire hfe in Guilford, engaged in agri-
cultural pursuits, and died there July ly, 1810. On
March 15, 1749, he married Mercy Burgis, who was
bom Sept. 26, 17 19, daughter of Thomas and
Mercy (Wright) Burgis, and died Feb. 24, 1801.
Children ; Abraham, sketch of whom follows ;
Eliab, born March 26, 1754, died Aug. 29, 1756;
Mercy, bom April 17, 1756, married Nathaniel
Parm'elec; Sarah, born May 13, 1760, died Aug. 30,
Abraham Chittenden, born Aug. 10, 175 1, lived
to the ripe age of over ninety-six years, passing
away March 4, 1848, and his remains rest in Guil-
ford cemetery. He became deacon of the First
Church in Guilford in 1799. On Nov. 17, 1774, he
married Diana Ward, born Sept. 24, 1752, daughter
of Gen. Andrew and Diana (Hubbard) \\'ard, of
Guilford. She died April 24, 1784, and on May 25,
1785, he married Lydia Baldwin, daughter of Israel
Baldwin, of North Bran ford, and widow of Simeon
Rose. She passed away Oct. 17, 1819. By his first
marriage Abraham Chittenden had three children :
Sarah, born Oct. 13, 1775, married Dr. Jared Red-
field; Betsey, born July 23, 1777. married Benjamin
Baldwin; Abraham I., born Nov. 17, 1781, married
Deborah Fowler. By the second marriage there
were four: Diana, born April 13, 1786, married
David Parmelee; John Baldwin, born Jan. 16, 1790,
married Eliza Robinson : Henry ^^'ard, sketch of
whom follows ; Lydia, twin of Henry W., married
Henry Ward Chittenden, whose name introduc-
es this sketch, was born Dec. 7, 1794. He received
a good practical education, and in his younger years
engaged in mercantile business in Guilford, later in
life taking up farming, in which connection he also
managed the Griffing farm, known as the "Stone
House farm." His entire life was spent in Guil-
ford, where he died Oct. 30, 1867, and his remains
rest in Guilford cemetery. Being a man of social,
genial temperament, and of unblemished integrity,
Mr. Chittenden was a well-known and highly re-
spected citizen, and quite pojjular. In political
faith he was a ^^'hig, and later a Republican, and
he held various local offices, including that of town
clerk. He held membership in the First Congrega-
tional Church, and was a good Christian man. On
May 17, 1820. i^fr. Chittenden was married', in
Guilford, to Charlotte Griffing. born Jan. 28, 1800,
daughter of Joel and Sarah (Fairchild) Griffing:
she died Mav 5, 1822. and was buried in Guilford
cemetery. Oji March 10. 1824, Mr. Chittenden
married, for his second wife, in Guilford. Mary
Griffine. born in Guilford Feb. 6, 1801, daughter of
Hon. Nathaniel and Sarah (Brown) Griffing. and
a cousin of his first wife: slie died March 2T. 1876,
and is buried in Guilford cemetcrv. Mrs. Chitten-
den was a lady of means,- and gave liberally to the
poor and to the church, and was quite active in
every good cause. She was a member of the First
Church, to which she gave an excellent organ and
a fund for the salary of the organist. To Henry W.
antl Mary (Griffing) Chittenden came one child,
Sarah Brown, born June 18, 1835, who was married
Sept. 14. 1859, to Edward H. Owen, of Stock-
bridge, Mass. He died May 28, 1864, and on
^larch 20, 1867, she married Henry D. Cone, a
paper manufacturer in Housatonic, Mass., who died
Nov. 16, 1896. Mr. Chittenden adopted the daugh-
ter of his sister, Mrs. Parmelee, Lydia D., who is a
lady of culture and refinement. She makes her
home in Guilford, where she is well known and
The Parmelee Family, of which Miss Lydia
D. Chittenden, the adopted daughter of Henry W.
Chittenden, is a descendant, is one of the oldest
families in Guilford. The first of that name in .\ew
Haven Colony was John Parmelee, who came from
England and was one of the first settlers of New
Haven, where he spent the balance of his life, dying
there in November, 1659. He is buried there. He
married Elizabeth Bradley, a widow, and three chil-
dren were born to them : John, sketch of whom fol-
lows; Hannah, who married John Johnson; and
Mary, who married Denis Carpenter, and died
March 16, 1668.
John Panuelee spent his life in the New Haven
Colony, and died in January, 1689. His first wife.
Rebecca, died Sept. 29, 165 1, and in 1652
he married Ann Plane, a widow, who died
March 30, 1658. In 1659 he again married,
his third wife being named Hannah. Chil-
dren : Nathaniel, born in 1645, married Sarah
French ; John, born Nov. 25, 1659, married
Mary Mason, and died Jan. 3, 1749; Isaac, sketch
of whom follows; Hannah, born Nov. 5, 1667, mar-
ried T. Hill; Stephen, horn Dec. 6, 1669. married
Elizabeth Baldwin, and died Jan. 3, 1749; Job, born
July 31, 1673, married Betsey Edwards, and died
Nov. 16, 1765 ; Caleb married Abigail Johnson ;
Priscilla, born May 8, 1678, died Dec. 10, 1692;
Joel, born in 1679, married Abigail Andrews, and
died in July, 1748.
Isaac Parmelee. born Nov. 21. i6(')5, made his
home in Guilford, where he died Jan. 3. 1749. On
Dec. 30, 1689, he married Elizabeth Hillard. born
June 18. 1666, died June 3, 1746, and they had chil-
dren : Ebenezer, born Nov. 22. 1690. died Sept.
27. 1777. married Ann Cruttenden : Abraham, bom
May 28, 1692, died Sept. 29. 1752. married Mary
Bisliop; Joseph, sketch of whom follows: Eliza-
beth, born Jan. 30. i6<)7. died March 14. 1780. mar-
ried Nathaniel Baldwin; Sarah, born Aug. 11,
1699, died May 4, 1730, married Michael Hill :
Isaac, horn Mav 20. 1702, died Tidy n. 1752,, mar-
ried Elizabeth Evarts : Andrew, born June 20. 1704,
died Aug. i, 1795; Rachel, born Nov. 18, 1707, died
COMMEMORATIVE BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD.
Nov. 9, 1793, married Samuel Evans: Josiah, born
in December, 1709, died Aus,'. 10, 1739, married
Joseph Parmelee, born in Guilford Sept. 14,
1694, died April 21, 1751. On Sept. 19, 1716, he
married Abigail Kimberly, born July 22, 1696, died
Xov. 28, 1763. Children: Abigail, born Jan. 31,
1719, died Eeb. 8, 1780, married Caleb liishop; Jo-
seph, sketch of whom follows ; William, born in
1724, died Alarch 13, 1799; Elizabeth, born Xov.
21, 1728, married Ebcnezer Cliittenden ; Beulah,
born Aug. 30, 1732, died Sept. 16, 1818, married
Nathaniel Elliot; Samuel, born July 27, 1737, died
June 2, 1807, married Sarah Bishop.
Joseph Parmelee, born Aug. 3, 1721, in Guil-
ford, died July 3. 1804. On Nov. 30, 1742, he mar-
ried Obedience Spencer, born Sept. 6, 1725, died
June 9, 1750. On .\pril 12, 1752, he married Abi-
gail Cruttenden, born Aug. 20, 1727, died June 23,
1788. On Oct. 12, 1788, he married INIary Den-
ning, died Oct. 2, 1795. Qiildren : Obedience,
born Aug. 13. 1743, married Jesse Evarts; Cather-
ine, born Aug. 23, 1744; Luther, born Jan. 25,
1750, died Aug. 7, 1750: Joseph, born ?vlarch 19,
1755. died Feb. 19. 1785: David, sketch of whom
David Parmelee. born Sept. 6, 1759, died Aug.
26. 1814. On Oct. 17, 1781, he married Asentha
Kirkham. who died Nov. 2, 1782, and on Oct. 2,
1783, he married Parnel Handy, who survived him.
(lying Alarch 21, 1839; she married for her second
husband Seth Cruttenden. Children : David,
sketch of whom follows: Benjamin, Ixirn Alarch 11,
1786, died in 1805: Parnel. born July i, 1788, died
in 816. married Sylvester Camp; Jonathan Handy,
born July i, 1790, died at sea in 1806; Clarissa,
born Sept. 19, 1795, died Jan. 25, 1875, married
David Parmelee. father of Miss Lydia D. Chit-
tenden, born in Guilford Oct. 3, 1784, died- .^ug. 6,
1870. By occupation he was a blacksmith, and he
spent all his life in his native town, where he was
highly respected. Originally a Whig in politics, he
eventually joined the Democratic party, and he
held several local offices. He was a soldier in the
war of 1812. On March 2, 1807, Mr. Parmelee
married .\rta Leete, who was born Aug. 27, 1787,
daughter of Amos Leete, and died Oct. 19, 1816.
On Dec. 13, 1818. he married Diana Chittenden,
who was born April 13, 1786, daughter of Abraham
and Lydia (Baldwin) Chittenden, and died Feb. 7.
1826. On .'Xpril it. 1827. Afr. Parmelee married
for his third wife Clarissa B. Parmelee. born Feb.
".â€¢i- 1795- (lied Nov. 8. 1831. There were three
children bv the first marriage: Benjamin, born
.Aug. 19. 1808, was drowned; Samuel, born Aug.
22. i8io. died Afav i;, 1877. married Catherine
Rooke : David Kirkland. lxirn Sept. 4, 1812, is still
living in Guilford. Two children came to the sec-
ond union: Henrv Baldwin, born in June, 1821,
died Oct. 3, 1822: Lydia Diana, born Oct. 3, 1824,
is the adopted daughter of Henry Ward Chitten-
den. One child was born to the third union, Clar-
issa E., born in 1836, who married Horace Red-
ford, of Meriden.
AUGUSTUS STREET, deceased. There is
particular satisfaction in reverting to the life his-
tory of this honored gentleman, from the fact that
he attained a position of distinction in his native
town of East Haven, where he retained his residence
until his death.
Air. Street was born in East Haven May 30,
1819, on the place now occupied by the widow of
his brother Dwight, and was a representative of
one of the most distinguished and prominent fam-
ilies of New Haven county. He traced his ances-
try back to Rev. Nicholas Street, of Bridgewater,
England, who was born Jan. 29, 1603, and was edu-
cated at O.xford College, where he received the de-
gree of B. A. He came to America some time be-
tween 1630 and 1638, and first located in Taunton,
Mass., but later removed to New Haven and was
assistant to Rev. John Davenport, pastor of the
Center Church of that place, and one oi the found-
ers of the New Haven Colony.
Rev. Samuel Street, son of Nicholas, was one
of the seven who graduated at Harvard College in
1664. He was afterward ordained pastor of the
Congregational Church at Wallingford, in 1674,
being its first pastor, and remained in charge there
for forty-five years. He died at the ripe old age of
Lieut. Samuel Street, son of Rev. Samuel, was
born July 27, 1667.
Rev. Nicholas Street, son of Lieut. Samuel, and
grandfather of our subject, was born in Walling-
ford, New Haven county, Feb. 21, 1730, and died
in October, 1806. He was graduated from Yale
College in 1751, and in 1735 was ordained pastor of
the East Haven Congregational Church, over which
he presided for the long period of fifty-one years,
honored and beloved by all who knew him. He
was twice married, his first wife being Desire
Thompson, his second Hannah Austin, who died
at the age of si.\ty-one.
Elnathan Street, our subject's father, was born
in East Haven Feb. 16, 1774. and died Nov. 13,
1849. He was a farmer by occupation, and a wor-
thv member of the community, highly respected by
all for his many sterling qualities and unassuming
manner. He was a devout member of the Congre-
gational Church, and a stanch Whig in politics.
On Nov. 2, 1802, Air. Street married Clarissa Alor-
ris. who was born July 6. 1783, and died Alarch 2,
1861. Ten children were born to this union: Jane
Caroline. Harriet. Lucy Al . Alary A., Nicholas,
Benjamin, Augustus, Thaddeus, Cornelia and El-
nathan Dwight. Benjamin was a soldier in the
15th Conn. V. I. during the Civil war.
The subject of this sketch spent the first four-
teen vears of his life in his native town, and then
COMMEMORATIVE BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD.
went to New Haven, where he clerked in the dry-
goods store of James D. Salter for two years. He
then entered the employ of Stephen A. Street, in a
similar capacity, and in 1835 accompanied this gen-
tleman on his removal to New Orleans, La., clerk-
ing in his store there nntil the employer's death, in
1838. Returning North to New York, Mr. Street
engaged in the dry-goods business until 1851, and
then moved to Mount Carmel, Conn., where he was
manager of the store of James Ives until 1855. He
next went to New Haven, and was bookkeeper for
Beecher & W'inship until 1862, after which he en-
gaged in mercantile business for himself at that
place for two years.
On Sept. ir, 1850. Mr. Street was united in
marriage with Miss Maria S. Elwell, of Brooklyn,
N. Y., who was born Feb. i, 1826, and died Dec.
31, 1898. They had five children, viz.: Augustus
and Alexander, twins, died in infancy ; Frank died
at the age of ten months ; Lucy Elwell died when
two years of age; the only survivor being Lottie
E. The last named is a graduate of the private
school conducted by Miss Abbott, daughter of John
S. C. Abbott, the historian, and has been a success-
ful school teacher. She is now a member of the
board of education and school visitor, having served
in that position for several years past. Prior to
her father's decease she was appointed assistant
town clerk. Miss Street is a lady of considerable
literary ability, and is the authoress of the book en-
titled "A Knot of Blue," and published by the Pil-
grim Press, of Boston.
Shortly after his marriage Mr. Street returned
to East Haven, where he ever afterward made his
home, though he was engaged in business else-
where. His political support was given to the men
and measures of the RepuJjlican ])arty. He served
as town treasurer of East Haven for several years,
and was town clerk from 1893 ""t'l li's death. April
30, 1901, being elected without serious opposition
from any party ; the last time his name was on both
party tickets. He was one of the oldest and most
influential members of the East Haven Congrega-
tional Church, and was treasurer of that society.
Mr. Street was ever found true to the trusts reposed
in him by his fellow citizens, and merited and re-
ceived their esteem and respect.
JOHN THOMAS SLINEY, one of the most
prominent contractors on stone work, track work,
tcaminsj and trucking in Branford, where he has
extensive livery stables, is a son of David and Eliza-
beth (Dickson) Slincv. natives of Ireland.
David Slinev and his wife came to this country
about 1850, and located in P>ranford. where the fa-
ther engaged in farming. After a time he entered
the employ of the M. I. F. Company, and later in his
life became a farmer, dying Nov. 11, 1897, at the
age of seventy-one years. During the Civil war he
served in the L'nion army as a memlicr of Company
G, 27th Conn. \'. I., under Capt. Ely, and was taken
prisoner at the battle of Gettysburg. After a brief
incarceration in southern prison pens he was ex-
changed, and honorably discharsred from the hos-
pital at New Haven. Of the children born to David
Sliney and wife, we have the following record:
Catherine, who married Hugh McEmerncy ; Bessie,
who married M. F. Kelly ; Margaret, who is Mrs.
M. F. O'Brien ; David ; John T. ; Lucy, who mar-
ried Thomas Gibbons ; William R. : and Ella.
John Thomas Sliney was reared in Branford,
where he was educated in the public schools, and at
the age of seventeen went into the milk business,
in which he was engaged for the next eleven years.
Mr. Sliney began his present business in 1892, and
the next year entered into a partnership with ^L P.
Rice, which continued two years. Since that time
he has conducted his business without a partner,
and is doing a large work, not only in Branford,
but in New Haven and adjacent territory.
On Jan. 25, 1893, ^^^- Sliney was married to
Hannah Agnes, a daughter of Lawrence and Mary
(Murphy) Buckley. To this union were born five
children : Mary, Elizabeth, John, Lawrence and Leo.
Air. Sliney and his family are members of the St.
Mary's Catholic Church, at Branford. In his poli-
tics he is a Democrat, and for two years he served
as a member of the board of education, and for two
terms as a selectman of the town.
JOHN HOOKER DUDLEY. The Dudley
family, of which the subject of this sketch is a wor-
thy member, originated in England, and became one
of the earliest families in Connecticut.
(I) ^\'illiam Dudley, one of the original settlers
of Guilford, and signer of the Plantation Covenant,
was born at Richmond, County of Surrey. England.
He was a meml>er of Rev. Henry Whitfield's Church
and parish at Ockley, in Surrey, where he married
Aug. 24, i'')36. Miss Jane Lutman. They came
with Mr. Whitfield's company to America in 1639,
and their eldest child, William, was twrn at sea dur-
ing their voyage. On their arrival at Guilford they
established their home on the east side of what is
now Fair street, where Dr. R. B. West now lives.
William Dudley's home-lot contained three and one-
quarter acres and he had also considerable outlying
land. He was a farmer, as appears by his will and
inventorv. He died March 16, 1683-84. and his
wife on Mav i. 1674. They had five children: (l)
Deacon William, born at sea, June 8, 1639, died May,
1 701, married Nov. 4, 1661, Mary Stow. He re-
moved in 1670 to Saybrook. Conn. (2) Joseph,
sketch of whom follows. (3) Ruth, bom .Vpril 20,
1645, married June 20. 1664. John Whittlesey, of
Saybrook. (4) Deborah, bom Se])t. 20. 1647. died
October. 1681 : married (first) June. 1671. Ebenezer
Thompson, who died May, 1674. They had two
children: Jabez, born Oct. 16, 1672; and John. l)orn
November, 1674. She married (second) Thomas
Scranton, who died Februarv. 1711 : thev had two
children â€” Samuel, married Elizabeth Bishop ; and
COMMEMORATIVE BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD.
Hannah, married Joseph Evarts. (5) Another child,
whose name i-^ not known.
( II ) Jose])!] Dudley, second son of William Dud-
kv and Jane (Liitmanj, was born at Guilford April
24, 1643, and died there June 3, 1712. He married
Oct. 6, 1670, Ann Robinson, daughter of Thomas
Robinson and wife, Mary. He was a cooper by
trade, also a fanner. He owned part of a sawmill
which he betiueathed to his son Caleb. He lived,
probably, on the homestcatl of his father on Fair
street. His father mentions him in his will as fol-
lows : "I give and bequeathe to my son Joseph
Dudley, all my housings and lands and rights of
lands in Guilford, etc." In 1691 he was chosen by
the town "for the making of coffins on all occasions
of death." At the time of his death the inventory
of land, distributed to his six sons as designated by
his will, amounted to ^751: los: 6d. Movables â€”
Â£166: 15s: 6d. Joseph Dudley had nine children:
(i) Joseph, born June 11, 1671, died Feb. 22,
1726; married July 27, 1704, Abigail Hubbard. (2)
Benjamin (twin of Joseph), died l''eh. 23, 1720;
married Jan. 5, 1703, Tabitha Avered. (3) Caleb,
sketch of whom follows. (4) Joshua, born Dec. 17,
1674, died Jan. 29, 1750; married Oct. 20, 1712,
Sarah Perry, of Stratford. (5) Miles, born Dec.