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show Christian's birth record, the post 1730 records do show possible relatives of
Christian who lived Si died in the Pfaffenrot area:

..Andreas Schottmiiller d. 19JUL1737 P/rot ® 64yrs(b. 1673) . .
Daniel Schottmiiller d. 1739 P/rot (288/58yrs(b. 1651) . .
Maria Catherine Schottmiiller d. 1743 566i6yrs(b. 1680) . .
Joannes Adamus Schottmiiller d. Mayl748 (057yrs(b. 1691. .
Francis Jacobis Schottmuller d.8FEB1748 P/rot ®64yrs(b. 1684) . .

Nicholas & Maria Catherine Schottmiiller started a family in Pfaffenrot around 1750.
Joannes & Magdelena Schottmuller started a family in Pfaffenrot around 1750.
Micheal & Anna Maria Schottmiiller started a family in Pfaffenrot around 1750.



SOURCES ii Wise IHFO - (RVSO 1SAU61987), Burbach Catholic Records LDSt 1947534,



I



. . ANCIENT HISTORY of HENT2EL( Hansel ) FAMILY ■#«''W

In wills & oaths, many of the first Hansel's in this country signed their
names as "Hentzel" leading to the belief that this was the original
spelling. Today the descendants of the original Hansel's spell their name:
"Hensell", "Hensill", "Hansel", & "Hansell".

The Hansels efliigrated from the Palatine area of Germany from 1727 to 1776.
Their primary purpose in coming to this country was to escape religious
persecution in their homeland. Accepting the help of William Penn, they
flocked to Pennsylvania. From there, the Hansels spread out thru
Pennsylvania, Maryland, & Virginia, with our branch eventually finding their
way to Northeast Iowa around 1850.

According to Howe & Sausaman*, the Von Henssel name "belongs to the
earliest German families, and has brought forth many prominent men. It
takes its origin from an Anglo Saxon Count by the name of Walo Henssel,
which name he had received on account of his high standing & rank. His home
was in the province of Westphalia, near the present site of the city of
Minden, where the river Weser forces itself through two high cliffs. Here
he lived as early as the year A.D. 70, and with his warriors experienced
many encounters with the Romans. His father before him was one of those who
fought under Hermann and helped to destroy the legions of Varus. Walo died
about 92 A.D., and his son was Erlafried Henssel. He was district count in
Westphalia and left several sons many of whose descendants, at the end of
the fourth century, went to Brittany with the Dukes Hengist & Horsa, in
order to help the British Prince Vortigern."

Other Hensel's remaining in Germany included:

..Theudebert Hensel remained in Westphalia near the Hensel ancestoral home
as did his descendants.

..770, Arno Hensel was a standard bearer of the Saxon Duke Wittekind in
the bloody wars of the Saxons against the Franks.

..792, Arno surrendered to the Emperor of the Franks, Charlemagne, and was
instructed in the christian religion, and baptized by the Archbishop
Mangold. He was afterwards chief magistrate of Paderbord & married to
Mathilda Von Biele.

..936, Melchior Hensel was grand treasurer to the German Emperor Henry the
First, residing at Minster.

..1097, Lorenz Hensel went with the First Crusade under Godfied of
Bouillon to the Holy Land and helped in a bloody attack to capture
Jerusalem. After an absence of five years he returned to his home in
Minster, where he was admitted to the council and patriciate of the city,
and was commandant of the garrison.

..1112, Lorenz Hensel defended city of Minster against an attack of the
Frisians so successfully that 5000 of the enemy lost their lives. A
grateful German Emperor Henry the Fifth renewed his nobility and established
his coat of arms (this 1113 decree at Brunswick is still in archives of the
Empire in Vienna) .

..1415, Abbot Filbert of Fulda attended the Eccumenical Council at
Constance & his brother's son, George Hensel, was cloister master at
Minster .

..C1520, Felix & Thomas Hensel(brothers) are living in Minster. On account
of the disturbances by the Annabaptists , felix removed to Wuerzburg where he
kept a tavern. His descendants dispersed thoughout Baden and Swabia and in
1700 a certain Paul Hensel is found, a Wuerzburg lawyer. Thomas remained m
Minster and his descendants still flourish in Westphalia and North German
sea ports



.Hentzel (Hansel) Family History (Continued) #640



..The Hentzel Family Coat of Arms:

Of blue the fesse crenalated of red, accompanied by three stars of Gold,
that one in base surmounting a crescent of silver. Helmet crowned. Crest:
a cross of silver surmounted by a star of gold; between a pair of wings cut,
on right side of silver above red, on the left hand side of gold above blue.
Lambrequines : on right hand sid of gold and blue, on left hand side of
silver and of red. (Picture can be found in the "Armorial General", by J.B.
Rietstap 2nd. edition) .

* SOURCES : "Descendants of German Immigrant Johann Lorentz Hansel (Hentzel)"
by Zera Eleanor (Hansell) Howe & William Amel Sausaman, 1 Aug 1968
Springfield, Illinois



HUSB AID'S FULL NAME: Klebsattle (Clappsaddle) .



#648- A



BIEIH



EEAIE



ELA££



PLACE



ELACE



Baden, Germany
Baden, Germany
Baden, Germany



BUEIAL: ELACE

QIHEE. RESIDENCES :

OCCUPATIONS :

MILITARY S££QEn:

SPELLING VARIATIONS : Klebsattel, Klepsettle,

HIS FATHER:



RELIGION :

Klipsettle, Klipsligel,
MQIHEEj



Clapsattle,



ELACE



ELACE



VIFE'S FULL NAME
aiEIE:
DEAIE:

SIIEIAL: PLACE

OTHER RESIDENCES :

OCCUPATIONS:

OTHER SPOUSES :

HER FATHER:



Baden, Germany
Baden, Germany
Baden, Germany



BELI^IQI:



CHILDREIf/*SPOVSE






DATE,


PLACE:




1 Francis (Frantz?
* ? , Rosina
*

*


#324
#325


. BIETH
KARRD
DEATH
BURIAL


1701 Baden, Germany
cl723 Baden, , Germany
C1770 York County?, Pennsylvania


2 Andreas (Andrew)
♦ ? , Eva?






. BIRTH,
MARRD
LIYTfQ
BURIAL




cl711 Baden, Germany
1769 Burnetsfield, Herkimer County, New York




3 Unknown

»
*
*




. BIRTH,
MARRD,
DEATH
BURIAL




4

*
»
*




. BIRTH,
«ARRD
DEATH
BURIAL





. . (648) The ancestors of Frantz & Andreas may have come from Eppingen(not far from
Ittlingen) In Baden. In Eppingen on the Metzgergasse (butcher* s street) is a house with
cornerstone bearing the name of Sigmund Klebsattel and dated 1573. If Sigmund was a
butcher, the trade was still represented by Andreas 150 years later.

Records prior to 1650 for this area of Baden were largely destroyed during the Thirty
Year's Var from 1618 to 1648. The area was largely depopulated. Destruction was so
total that in Ittlingen only the stump of the church tower remained in the rubble. When
peace settled in, three religious groups became the accepted religions of the area:
Lutheran, Reformed, & Roman Catholic. Mennonites Si some Jews worshipped discreetly or
paid extra taxes to be let alone.

..It seems that all Clapsaddles who trace their descent to the 1700' s can do so to the
1733 arrival arrival of two men in Philadelphia. Arriving on separate ships from
Rotterdam, these German Palatines were probably cousins if not brothers. Annette Burgert
in "Early Families of Herkimer County" says there was also another brother who settled in
the Mohawk Valley of New York.
■ . Francis arrived in Philadelphia 28AUG1733 (see p. 324).



Klebsattle, ?



(Cantlnued) #648-B



CHILDREN QF : (All numbers tentative)

Andreas #648-2-1- Johannes b,cl737 Ivg cl748. .

2-[Augustiiilus C1739-6AUG1777 Battle of Orlskany] ml763 Barbara Ventz

3-Jolianne Jost b.cl745 Ivg 1791 m Anna ? ..

4-Catlierine b. 18IfOV1748irY d. 3APR1839 m cl769 Joseph Meyer..

5-Gertrude b.cl751 m 1769 Henry Frank Jr.

6- Andrew b.cl755 d.27JUTfl809 ml cl775 Maria Dygert, in2 1795 Margaret
Dygert, ni3 widow Phoebe Roolin(Vidow of Mr. Ingham)..

7-Villiam b. 17583IY d.9JUL1827 m 1781 Maria E. Haener (1758-1837) . .

8-?Jacob b.cl760 (appears in Col. Bellinger's Regt.)..



Si



. . Andreas Cllpsadle (translation of passenger list), arrived 27AUG1733 at Philadelphia
aboard the 'Elizabeth' from Rotterdam under Capt. Edward Lee. There were 61 males, 50
women, 81 children, of whom 16 were dead, or 192 names with 176 living passengers aboard
Andreas was listed as 22 years old 3i a butcher. Andreas is probably the ancestor of
those Klepsattles/Clepsattles who settled in the Herkimer County, FY area with the name
'Andreas' 4 'Andrew' frequently given descendants. The area was subject to a raid by
French & Indians in 1757 4 British & Indians in 1778 in which some settlements were
destroyed 4 many of Andrea's neighbor's killed. On 24SEP1769, Andreas (Andrew) sold his
lot (#9) in Burnetsfield to son, Augustinlus.

Son, Major Augustinius Clapsaddle, died in the Battle of Oriskany during the
Revolutionary War.



i



SDURCFS t !lT!;c IHFO ' (RVSO 260CT1986), Rupp's 'liiiigrants in Pennsylvania', "Pennsylvania Serian Pioneers" by ?, 161, Williat
Barker, Annette Surgert p,41-i3,



HTTSHAITO'S FULL MME: Darrow, Christopher



#672- A



BAPTZ



ME2J2



DEAIii



01DEC1678
27JUiri701



PLACE



ELA^



ELACE



IJew London,
JTew London,



Few London County, Connecticut
Jfew London County, Connecticut



MRIAL: ELAC£

nTHER RESI P EN C ES:

OCCUPATIONS :

MILITARY I^ECQ RD:

OTHER SPOUSES :

HIS FATHER: Darrow. George



RELIGION ; ?Congregational



ndU HDIHE£i_



Mary



#1345



VTFE'S FULL JTAWE : Packer, Elizabeth



#673



1680 ELAIIE



ElEIH:

DEAIH: 08FEB1758 ELA££

MSIAL: ELAC£

OTHER 5ESIPE?rCES :

OCCUPATIOTIS :

HER FATHER: Packer. John



JTew London, New London County, Connecticut
Old Darrow Farm, New London, N. L. Co., Ct.



RELTGinN: Congregational
n345 MOTHER: Latham. Lydia #1 347



CHILDREN/*SPOUSE






DATE:


PLACE:








1 Ciiristopiier Jr,




BISTH


220CT1702


New London,


New London County,


Connecticut




* Davis (Haynes?) ,


Sarah


Msm


22DEC1726














DEAIE
















BURIAL












2 Ebenezer




. aiEIE


12AUG1704


New London,


New London County,


Connecticut




♦ Rogers, Abbie




HABm


1725/7


New London,


New London County,


Connecticut








DEAI2.


100CT1756


New London,


New London County,


Connecticut








BURIAL












3 John




SISTH


11AUG1706


New London,


New London County,


Connecticut




♦ Hanford, Sarah?




MESH


200CT1735?Narwalk, Fa


irfield County, Connecticut








DEAIIL
















BURIAL












4 Lvdia




BIRTH


03AUG1708


New London,


New London County,


Connecticut




* Crittentox, Thomas


KAEEH
















DEimi
















BURIAL












5 M^rv




BIRTH


C1710


New London,


New London County,


Connecticut




* Gibbons, John




ItARRD


31JUL1734


Stonington,


New London County,


Connecticut








E)£AIH.
















BURIAL












5 George


#336


. aiEia


17MAR1712


New London,


New London County,


Connecticut




* Palmer, Phebe


#337


MEEH


260CT1735


Stonington,


New London County,


Connecticut








DEATH
















BURIAL












7 Samuel




. aisiii


29JAN1713


Waterford,


New London County,


Connecticut




♦ Single




DEAia
















BURIAL












8 William




. aiEiii


20AUG1715


Vaterford,


New London County,


Connecticut








MARED
















DEAIH.


1795














BURIAL












9 Lemuel




. ElEIH.


09APR1717


Waterford,


New London County,


Connecticut




* Randall, Preserved


MEEC


19SEP1751


Groton, Nevv


' London, Connecticut








DEAIU
















BURIAL












10 Elizabeth




BIRTH


27JUN1719


New London,


New London County,


Connecticut




♦ Lester, Daniel




MEEH


22SEP1739


New London,


New London County,


Connecticut




♦ 1748CT-




DEAIH.
















BURIAL













Harrow. Christopher.



11 Jedediah



♦ Baiiey, Prudence

*

♦ l/g John



3TOIAL



(Continued) »67'



12 Ichahnd

«



BIRTH
BURIAL:



10AUG1721 Hew London, New London County, Connecticut
27JIAR1752 ifew London, JTew London County, Connecticut



i



20JUU1723 JTew London, Few London County, Connecticut



1740



■ CHILDRFf OF :
Chrstopher#672-l-?

Ebenezer #672-2-1-

2-
3-
4-

Joan #672-3-1-
2-
3-
4-
5-

Lemuel #672-9-1-

Eliz. #672-10-1-

Lestgr. 2-

3-

4-

Jedediah #672-11-1-
2-
3-
4-
6-



-Jonathan b.cl723 d.cl779 m Abigail Jackson, Grace Barlow,
4 Eliz. Buckley. .?-Maj. Christopher..

-Zadock b.25DEC1728CT d. 1827CT ml Hannah Lester ni2 Hester Lee
mS Eliz. ?. .
-Sarah b. 6 10 VI 73 OCT. .
-Abi b.27AUG1732CT. .

-Elizabeth b.200CT1734 iiil754 Ephraim Storry. .
■John b.22FEB1738CT. .
■Hannah b. 29SEP1736CT. .
■Samuel b. 29SEP1739CT. .
■Isaac b. 17MAn741CT. .
■Paul b.90CT1743CT. .

■Ichabod b. 11A(JG1752. . 2-?lIathan b. 1759. ,
■Sylvester b. 8MAY1740CT. .
■Jason b.27DEC1741CT. .
■Elizabeth b. 10NOV1745CT. .
■Daniel b. 28JU!ri748CT. .

Christopher b.25DEC1752 m Bridgett Morgan..
■John b. 10CT1754CT m Hannah Fuller. .
Silas b.9FEB1757CT

Jedidiah b. 1JA11761CT (Rev. Var)m Alcha Teachout. . (?5-???George
Amirius b.201tAR1762 d. 1825 Oneida Co., lY ml786CT Sarah Melona. .
(He enlisted REV VAR at Spencertown, Columbia Co, FY per wife.)



'??)!



^.According to Janis Miller, "on the site of the old Darrow farm in ITew London, there are^
four grave stones and on one the inscription reads: i

■In memory of Mrs Elizabeth Darrow who died February 1758 aged 76yrs(born 1680). She
•^as tne mother of eight children (Mary Smith in 1902 said eleven children) 43
grandchildren, & 30 great-grandchildren." •■

" ItlTV. . ^r^^^^f^' "^ ^°°' ^^<^°^^' *^s a noted baptist minister in Connecticut.
(iftSTnH lO'.A??? r.^^^"^ *° °^ ^^^ ancestor of the noted lawyer, Clarence Darrow
ltlliT^n, I \, .!!?''! "^^ *^^ ^°'' °^ ^^ius Darrow & Emily Eddy(of the Ct. Eddys - '
lIV.1. n l^ad settled in Trumbull Co.. Ohio. Clarence's grandparents. Jedediah 4
Laura Vade Darrow had moved to Trumbull Co. in 1825. Clarence's great-grandparents
Amxrius % Sarah Melona Darrow(672-ll) . had moved from ITew London. ^CT in^l795 to
Boonvxlle, Oneida Co. , M. Clarence Seward Darrow had defended John Scopes in the famous

'^ntrlr^tnt. 1 ' 7"'' "'"'^'^ "''' '^"""'^S evolution in the pubUc schools
contrary to state law and was prominent in other unpopular cases

in"he^earlv■JIoJ.^^"?;'^"' ''^ ^'''''' °' Cornelius(m Lucinda Tillotson) who settled
m the early 1800 s in Chautauqua Co. HY 4 Cornelius was the father of James (1847-1931)



^s&:Si^.^i:7ZJ^. ;;';".,-i:„;«!^:;j;r"' "- '•■"■ '- ' ■ '""■" =• - ' -



r^USBAND'S FULL MHE : Palmer, Deacon Joseph



#674- A



ELSIE



EAEIZ.



MEEC



DEAIH



14IIOV1690 ELA££
06JUIfl690 PLACE
02APR1711 ELA££
12JUII1789 ELACE

SIffilAL: ELA££

OTHEP PESTDETTCES :

OCCUPATIQJfS : Justice of

WTLITARY SE^IQEH:

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Hannah Billings 12JU]T1779

HTS FATHER: Palmer. Jc



Stonington, lew London County, Connecticut
Road Church, Stonington, Connecticut
Stonington, lew London County, Connecticut
Voluntown, Vindham County, Connecticut



Peace



Foseph



RELIGIQJT : Congregational



#1348 MOTHER: Prentice. Frances ffl34$



VTFE'S FULL I A ME : Palmer, Mary



#675



aiEiH



MEIZ.



14MAR1690 ELACE



06JUI1690 ELACE



DEAIE: 13JAI1777 ELACE.
EMIAL: ELACE
OTHER REST DEVICES :



Stonington, ITew London County, Connecticut
Road Church, Stonington, Connecticut
Voluntown, Vindham County, Connecticut



HER FATHE R: Palmer. Gersham



RELIGIQg: Congregational
#1350 MOTHER: Den 1 son. Ann



»1351



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE



PATE:



PLACE:



l_SaraiL.

*

*





aiEiE

HAEEH

DEAIH.

_EM1AL.



♦ Moore,

»

«



Dr. V.



BAEI2.

MEED.

DEAia

.EIIEIAL



17JA51712 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut



21MAR1714 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut
12DEC1S12



3_Pliebe_



JS2Z_



* Darrow, George #336

*





EAEIZ.
HAEED.
DEAIE
BURIAL



24IfOV1717 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut
260CT1735 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut



4 Joseph (Capt. ) BIRTH

* Coats, Katherine MARRD

* DEAIE.
* BUEIAL



30OCT1719
07HOV1741
26MAY1760



Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut
Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut



5 Frances

»





ElEIE
DEAIE
BURIAL



270CT17S1 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut
d. young?



6 Amos





aiEiE.

MEED.

DEAIE

.EIIEIAL



11APR1724 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut
24AUG1745 Cape Briton,



7 Masss



«



a Moses

*
«



ElEIE

DEALS.

.EIIEIAL



11MAY1725 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut
11MAY1725 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut



aiEiE

MARRD

DEAia
BURIAL



13APR1726 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut



9 Hannah



♦ ?Elliott, Andrew





ElEIii
DEAIE
BURIAL



02AUG1727 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut
d. young?.



10 Jonathan



* Herrick, Freelove



SIEIE

MEED

DEiia

J^IEIAL



18MAR1730 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut
05MAY1749 Voluntown, Vindham County, Connecticut
05AUG1765 Voluntown, Vindham County, Connecticut



I



Palaer, Joseph.



(Continued) ■. #674-B



-'- Ann




SiSIIi
MESH

BUPIAL



12 Asenath



* Hay, Gideon



■i



MSRD
CEAIH.



26MAS1735 Stonington, Jew London County, Connecticut



Joseph #674-4-?-Joseph b.24JUL1742 d. young..

?-Joseph b. 1FEB1744/5 ml758 Content Vheeler
?-Elisha(I2II) b.23SEP1750 ml769 Huldah Palmer.



-Elijah(im)..



I



.. (674) Joseph Sr. inherited much land from his grandfather, irehemiah(#2596) , since his
father, Joseph(#1346) , had predeceased Nehemiah. He served as Representative to the CT
General Assembly in 1735, 1738, 1739, 1740, & 1742. From 1739 to 1743 he served as
Justice of the Peace in Stonington. Around 1744, he & his wife moved to Voluntown.
. . (674-4) Joseph Jr. was a seafaring captain & died of drowning,

SOURCES t HISC INFO ' fRVSD nSgPiqg?) Macki^nTii. IRI yhtiplof Onris Palaof Buy.;

..The naies Russell k Roswell appear aiongst the Paliers of Voluntovn i are nanes used by 6eorge Oarrow for his children(l168),






HUSBATO'S FULL lAWE: Benjamin, Joseph



#676- A



BIRTH



C1673 ELA££



25AUG1696 PLACE



JUII1738 ELAC£



FLAGS



Yarmoutli, Massachusetts

Preston/Griswold, Uew London County, Connecticut

Preston/Griswold, ¥ew London County, Connecticut



MESH
DEATH

WKLAL

QIHEE. PESTDEirCES: Vill probated 1738 Preston/Griswold #492 (Uew London)
QCCyPATIQNS; Blacksmith RELTGTniT : Congregational

MILITARY B£GQ£J1: 1695: Var against Pemaquid Indians under Capt. Gorum
HIS FATHER: Benlaaln. Joseph #1352 mother: ciark. Sar^h



»1353



VIFE'S FULL MME : CookCCoke), Elizabeth

MSIZ: 30JU]?1678 ELAC£: Stonington, ITew London County, Connecticut

pl738 ELAlIE: ?Preston/Griswald, Jew London County, Connecticut
ELACE:



#677



DEAIS:

MRIAL-

OTHER SESIDEgCES :

QCCUFATIQNS:

HER FATHER: Cooke.



Ricliard



RELIGION : Congregational
#1354 MOTHER: ?Larabe e. Grace



#1355



CHILDREN/4SPQUSE



DATE:



PI- ACE:



1 Josgph

* Clark, Deborah

* 1710CT-????MA

* d/o John & Deborah
2
*

*
3

»

4

5


6


7
*1
»2

♦_
8_

»

92
*

♦_
10
*1
♦2

«



BIRTH

MARRD

DEAIH.

_SII£IAL



15AUG1699 Preston/Griswold, ITew London Co. , Connecticut
03APH1722 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co. , Connecticut
cl803 Egremont, Massachusetts



Ql£jL



Tarrington, Mary

1701MA-1755CT
d/n Peter A Ahlal



MAEEH

DEAIIi

.EIIEIAL



15AUG1701 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co. , Connecticut
1724
1747 Preston/Griswold, Hew London Co. , Connecticut



Elizabgth



Parke, Robert

1697-
s/q Robert A



Mary



BIRTH

MARRD

DEATH

_EmiAL



115071703 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co.
C1725



Connecticut



Sarah



Parke, Josiah
1709CT-

s/Q Thomas



BIRTH
MESH
DEAIfl.
BURIAL



17JAS1707 Preston/Griswold, lew London Co. , Connecticut
05UOV1731 Preston/Griswold, Uew London Co. , Connecticut



HaaaaLi



EA£I2.
DEATH.

BURIAL



03MAS1706 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Connecticut
Died young?



Gracg



Wheeler, Jonathan



BIRTH

MESH

DEATH.

_EIIEIAL



10JAS1709 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Connecticut
140CT1729 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Connecticut



Jedldlah



) Stanton, Patience
)Main, Mary



ElETH

MMD.:

DEAIH

.MEIAL



15JUL1711 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co. , Connecticut
1)11S071732 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co., Connecticut
27JAS1805 Griswold, Sew London County, Connecticut



CanisJL



#338



Guile, Phoebe #339



SIEIH

HAfiED.

DEAIH

_BI2£IAL



17SEP1714 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Connecticut
13MAS1739/40 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Ct.
30JUL1756 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Connecticut
Rtxtown Cemetery . Griswol d. Connecticut



iOiUL.



aiEiH

HAEBDl
DEAIH
BURIAL



cl715 Preston



71788 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co. , Connecticut



Abiel



)Ford, Judath
)Vilberson, Margaret



BIEIH : 17DEC1716 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co. , Connecticut
MARRD : 1)16DEC1736 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co., Connecticut
DEAIH :?090CT1819 Griswold, Sew London County, Connecticut
BURIAL; Rixtown Cemetery. Griswold. Connecticut



Benjamin, Joseph (Continued) #676-B



CHILDRSIT QF :

Joseph Jr. #676-l-l-Joseph b. 17DEC1723 d.APR1761MA ml Anne Penniman m2 Hannah Dibble..

2-Elijah b.8JUIfl725 d.cl768 ml747M Hannah Taft. .

3-James b.3APR1727 d. 1772MA ml750 Priscilla Burton..

4-Barzillai b.28MAR1730 m Anne Chedler. .

5-Deborah b.261tAfil732 d. 1830CT m Cady. .

6-Josiah b. 13MS1732/4 d.JUL1805 Saratoga Co. F?. .

7-Uathan(Capt. ) b. 19APR1737 d. 1JJUL1785MA ml Abigail Dibble

m2 Hannah Vilton. . 8-Mary b. 22Jinfl739 d.?PA ml762CT Andrew Durkee. .

8-Isaac b. 15APR1742 m? Mercy Clark..
Obed #676-2- 1-Obediah b. 1728CT d. 1816 lova Scotia ml Kary Hurd n2 Deborah Strong

2-Abel b. 1731 d. 1790 Otsego Co. FT ml759CT Esther Smith. .

3-Ebenezer b. 1734 d. 1789 Columbia Co. 5Y m Phoebe BenJ anin (#338-3) . .

4-Elizabeth b. 1737 ml761 Abraham Snow..

5-Jacob b. 1739 m Esther Dunham. . 6-?Est her 1745-1768 Griswold Ct. .
Elizabeth #676-3-l-Roswell b. 1731 d. 1762 Havanna, Cuba ml753 Deborah Avery. .
Earifi. 2- James b. 1731CT. . 3-Mary b. 1732 ml 752 John Avery..

4-Elizabeth b. 1735 d. 1762CT m Benjamin Enos. .

5-Hannah b. 1738 ml755 Jared Mason. .

6-Hesekiah b. 1740. . 7-Darothy m Mortimer Stoddard. .
Sarah #676-4-l-Benjamln b.3SEP1732. . 2-Joseph b. 15AUG1734. .
Par hie 3-Sybel b. 26FEB1736. . 4-Dorothy. . 5-Anos b. 19JAS1739/40. .

6-Susannah b. 11APR1742. . 7-Josiah b. 15AUG1744. .

8-Thomas b. 8DEC1745. . 9-Sarah. .
Grace #676-6-l-AiBe b. 22JI751730. .

Vheeler 2-Grace b. 25JIIL1733. .
Jedidiah #676-7-l-Phineas b.50CT1733 dl804 Sharon CT ml Zipporah Spaulding

n2 Jemlmna Hollister. .

2-Patience b. 25FEB1735-cl770m Hopestill Cleveland..

3-Hannah b.22KAY1737 d.?VT ml Benj . Brown m2 Benj . Abbott..

4-Jedediah b.28AUG1741 d. 5071745. .

5-Simeon b.280CT1744 d. 1825 Otsego Co. CT m Abigail Foster..

6-Daniel b. 29MAY1747. .

7-Joannah b. 10JUL1749 ml773 Ebenezer Famaa. . 8-Eliz. b. 130CT1749
9-Doritha b. 22APR1752. .
Abiel #676-10-l-Lydia b. 27JUL1738 ml759 Jesse Kimball..
2- Jesse b. 01AUG1740 d. young. .

3-Ezra b. 13DEC1742 d.29SEP1819 ml769 Prudence Main..
4-Zeperah b. 23I0V1744. .

5-Abiel b. 16AUG1747 d. 14AUG1822CT ml771 Louisa Ellis. .
6-Judith b. 11APR1750. .7-Anne b. 7MAY1753 ml771 Saml. Prentice..
8-Sarah b. 010CT1756 ml781 Samuel Gates..
9-Jesse b.28AlJG1758 dl351 Jeff Co. FY ml783Fr Rachel Buna..



. (676) Joseph was severely wounded in the war against the Indians at Penaquid and
received a pension in 1700. ^

Joseph's will was signed & dated 26MAY1732 4 probated 06JUII1738 at Preston CT-
He granted his wife all his moveable estate & a third part of all his Real Estate to
IToo^^ i^;;!ht l^'i' 1° r^'l' ^°^^P^ * °^^''' ^^ Sranted each 40 acres of land worth
Jpd?H^.h § ?■ Ill- f^""' ^^"^ ^^^^' " '^^^^^ ^^^1^^ received ^0. Youngest sons,
detiritnln ;;'^i' J^^^V "^^^ ^° ^P^^^ ^^^^^^Y ^^ remaining housing 8, lands as

?nhn S^!^ I IT PK??^"^°- ^""^^ ^^°^ * ^°^ ^"'^ J^- ^'^^ appointed executors.
John Brown, Jonathan Phillips, & Lydia ?Hatch were witnesses.



. Benjamin, Joseph (Continued) ,



#676-C



Joseph Sr.'s estate inventory was taken by Vm. Herrick in late June 1738 & included:



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