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76 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/SarahLyman.
Baptism: (1) 23 Feb 1679, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) Probably died young.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 23 Feb 1679, Second Church, Hartford,CT.
Death: (1) Probably died young.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 23 Feb 1679, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) Probably died young.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20.FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 23 Feb 1679, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Death: (1) Probably died young.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20.FHL #929.273 M352md. 
Marsh, Ebenezer (I15094)
 
77 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750," from the Barbour Collection,CT State Library. "Th e Connecticut Nutmegger,"Vol. 10 No. 2 (CT Soc. ofGenealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of theEarly Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28 . (b) Court Record,p.162,174.
(4) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by AlbertC. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.620.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 17 Feb 1673, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Merrill: (1) (2,4) 29 Sep 1694, Hartford, CT. (4) JohnMerrills Jr.

(1,3a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote hiswill. (3a) Gave to eac h ofhis daughters now living, besides what theyhave already received, 10 pounds, to be pai d within a year after mydecease, either out of my lands at inventory price, or in current pa y,at the election of my executors. Yet with this proviso, that they beartheir several prop ortions of the debts and charges.
(3b) Thedistribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT(undated): The estateo f John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel andJonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly b ound to pay unto JosephTalcott, Judge of the Court of Probate,80.10.00, the conditions bein g:As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds,to Hannah 10 pou nds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd.10 pounds, and to his son-in-law Joh n Pratt 5 shillings, if theselegacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750," from the Barbour Collection,CT State Library. "Th e Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10 No. 2 (CT Soc. ofGenealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28 . (b) Court Record,p.162,174.
(4) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.620.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1)17 Feb 1673, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Merrill: (1) (2,4)29 Sep 1694, Hartford, CT. (4) JohnMerrills Jr.

(1,3a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote hiswill. (3a) Gave to eac h of his daughters now living, besides what theyhave already received, 10 pounds, to be pai dwithin a year after mydecease, either out of my lands at inventory price, or incurrent pa y,at the election of my executors. Yet with this proviso, that they beartheir several prop ortions of the debts and charges.
(3b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT(undated): The estate o f John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel andJonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly b ound to pay unto JosephTalcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions bein g:As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds,to Hannah 10 pou nds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd.10 pounds, and to his son-in-law Joh n Pratt 5 shillings, if theselegacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750," from the Barbour Collection,CT State Library. "Th e Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10 No. 2 (CT Soc. ofGenealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 2

Ancestral File Number: 27PF-V0

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750," from the Barbour Collection, CT State Library. "The Connecticut Nutmegger,"Vol. 10 No. 2 (CT Soc. of Genealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of theEarly Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed.by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) Court Record, p.162,174.
(4) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV, "Births, Marriages and Deaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates (Hartford, 1912) p.620.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 17 Feb 1673, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Merrill: (1) (2,4) 29 Sep 1694, Hartford, CT. (4) John Merrills Jr.

(1,3a) 1726:John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. (3a) Gave to each of his daughters now living, besides what they have already received, 10 pounds, to be paid within a year after my decease, either out of my lands at inventory price, or in current pay, at the election of my executors. Yet with this proviso, that they bear their several proportions of the debts and charges.
(3b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT (undated): The estate of John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel and Jonathan Marsh of Hartford,are held and firmly bound to pay unto Joseph Talcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions being: As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds, to Hannah 10 pounds, to Ann 10 pounds, to thechildren of Hepzibah decd. 10 pounds, and to his son-in-law John Pratt 5 shillings, if these legacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst,MA, 1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750,"from the Barbour Collection, CT State Library. "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10 No. 2 (CT Soc. of Genealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) Court Record, p.162,174.
(4) "Collections of the Connecticut HistoricalSociety," Vol. XIV, "Births, Marriages and Deaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C.Bates (Hartford, 1912) p.620.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 17 Feb 1673, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to John Merrill:(1) (2,4) 29 Sep 1694, Hartford, CT. (4) John Merrills Jr.

(1,3a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. (3a) Gave to each ofhis daughters now living, besides what they have already received, 10 pounds,to be paid within a year after my decease, either out of my lands at inventoryprice, or in current pay, at the election of my executors. Yet with this proviso, that they bear their several proportions of the debts and charges.
(3b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT (undated): The estate of John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel and Jonathan Marsh of Hartford, areheld and firmly bound to pay unto Joseph Talcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions being: As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds, to Hannah 10 pounds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd. 10 pounds, and to his son-in-law John Pratt 5 shillings,if these legacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA,1895) p.20. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "Connecticut Marriages Before 1750," fromthe Barbour Collection, CT State Library. "The Connecticut Nutmegger," Vol. 10No. 2 (CT Soc. of Genealogists, Sep 1977) p.200.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford Di

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Marsh, Sarah (I36497)
 
78 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28 . (b) CourtRecord,p.162,174.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 7Aug 1688, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wadsworth: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Loomis: (1)

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote hiswill. Gives the residu e of his estate, including lands, to his sons, tobe equally divided between them, except 4 0 shillings more to"my Eldestson." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. JohnMarsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt.Joseph Marsh and Jonath an Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marshlate of Hartford, dec'd, present an agreeme nt fordivision of the estateto the court.
(2b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT(undated): The estate o f John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel andJonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly b ound to pay untoJosephTalcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions bein g:As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds,to Hannah 10 pou nds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd.10 pounds, and to his son-in-law Joh n Pratt 5 shillings, if theselegacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight WhitneyMarsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.543-544. Cites:(a) Vol. XII, p.27-28 . (b) Court Record,p.162,174.

! Birth: (1) s/o JohnMarsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 7 Aug 1688, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wadsworth: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Loomis: (1)

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote hiswill. Gives the residu e of his estate, including lands, to his sons, tobe equally divided betweenthem, except 4 0 shillings more to "my Eldestson." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. John Marsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt.Joseph Marsh and Jonath an Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marshlate of Hartford, dec'd, present an agreeme nt for division of the estateto the court.
(2b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT(undated): The estate o f John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel andJonathan Marsh of Hartford, areheld and firmly b ound to pay unto JosephTalcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions bein g:As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds,to Hannah 10 pou nds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd.10 pounds, and to his son-in-law Joh n Pratt 5 shillings,if theselegacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28 . (b) Court Record,p.162,174.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 7 Aug 1688,Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wadsworth: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Loomis: (1)

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote hiswill. Gives the residu e of his estate, including lands, to hissons, tobe equally divided between them, except 4 0 shillings more to "my Eldestson." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. John Marsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt.Joseph Marsh and Jonath an Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marshlate of Hartford, dec'd, pres

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) CourtRecord, p.162,174.

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford,Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. Gives the residue of his estate, including lands, to his sons, to be equally divided between them, except 40 shillings more to "my Eldest son." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. John Marsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt. Joseph Marsh and Jonathan Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marsh late of Hartford, dec'd, present an agreement for division of the estate to the court.
(2b) The distribution of the estate ofJohn Marsh of Hartford, CT (undated): The estate of John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel and Jonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly bound to pay unto Joseph Talcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions being: As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds, toHannah 10 pounds, to Ann 10 pounds, to the children of Hepzibah decd. 10 pounds, and to his son-in-law John Pratt 5 shillings, if these legacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544.Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) Court Record, p.162,174.

! Birth: (1) s/oJohn Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1) 7 Aug 1688, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wadsworth: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Loomis: (1)

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford, Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. Givesthe residue of his estate, including lands, to his sons, to be equally dividedbetween them, except 40 shillings more to "my Eldest son." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. John Marsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt. Joseph Marsh and Jonathan Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marsh late ofHartford, dec'd, present an agreement for division of the estate to the court.
(2b) The distribution of the estate of John Marsh of Hartford, CT (undated):The estate of John Marsh late of Lebanon, Nathaniel and Jonathan Marsh of Hartford, are held and firmly bound to pay unto Joseph Talcott, Judge of the Court of Probate, 80.10.00, the conditions being: As John Marsh decd. bequeathed to his four daughters, to Sarah 10 pounds, to Hannah 10 pounds, to Ann 10 pounds, tothe children of Hepzibah decd. 10 pounds, and to his son-in-law John Pratt 5 shillings, if these legacies are truly paid, then this obligation to be void.

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.21. FHL #929.273 M352md.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II, Hartford District 1700-1729, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) p.543-544. Cites: (a) Vol. XII, p.27-28. (b) CourtRecord, p.162,174.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Marsh/Sarah Lyman.
Baptism: (1)7 Aug 1688, Second Church, Hartford, CT.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wadsworth: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Loomis: (1)

(1,2a) 1726: John Marsh Sen. of Hartford,Hartford Co., CT wrote his will. Gives the residue of his estate, including lands, to his sons, to be equally divided between them, except 40 shillings moreto "my Eldest son." Appoints his sons Executors.
(1,2b) 1727/8, 8 Jan: Capt. John Marsh, Lt. Nathaniell Marsh, Capt. Joseph Marsh and Jonathan Marsh, sons, heirs and executors of John Marsh late of Hartford 
Marsh, Jonathan (I17928)
 
79 ! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/MabelCase.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight WhitneyMarsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1)"Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA,1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh(Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "MarshGenealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895)p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1)d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," byDwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray:(1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by DwightWhitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse,Amherst, MA, 1895 ) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1)"Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "Marsh Genealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh(Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895) p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1)

! (1) "MarshGenealogy," by Dwight Whitney Marsh (Carpenter & Morehouse, Amherst, MA, 1895)p.97. FHL #929.273 M352md.

! Birth: (1) d/o Allan Marsh/Mabel Case.
Marriage to __ Gray: (1) 
Marsh, Mary (I9667)
 
80 ! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub.Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard,and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386-387. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's andMitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after thedeath of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Marriage to Robert POND: (1,2) (2a) __ POND.
Marriage to Edward SHEPARD: (1) Abt 1650. (2a)

(2a) Mary, now wife of Edward SHEPARD, was dismissed to Cambridge fromthe church at Dorche ster and is(1658) in full communion. Her daughterMary POND baptized at Dorchester was 11 ye ars old at her mother'sjoining with Cambridge. Recorded 1658. (2) The daughter of Mary PON D m.John BLACKMAN, & their 1st child was b. 10 Aug 1656. Since Robert POND d.1637, his wido w Mary probably lived at Cambridge before her marriage toEdward SHEPARD, bringing with her o ther children.

! (1) "The Pioneersof Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint1900) p.411.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner,Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386-387. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thomas Shepard.

! Marriage to Robert POND: (1,2) (2a) __ POND.
Marriage to Edward SHEPARD: (1) Abt 1650. (2a)

(2a) Mary, now wife of Edward SHEPARD, was dismissed to Cambridge fromthe church at Dorche ster and is (1658) in full communion. Her daughterMary POND baptized at Dorchester was 11 ye ars old at her mother'sjoining with Cambridge. Recorded 1658. (2) The daughter of Mary PON D m.John BLACKMAN, & their 1st child was b. 10 Aug 1656. Since Robert POND d.1637, his wido w Mary probably lived at Cambridge before her marriage toEdward SHEPARD,bringing with her o ther children.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts,"by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386-387.Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Marriage to Robert POND: (1,2) (2a) __ POND.
Marriage to Edward SHEPARD: (1) Abt1650. (2a)

(2a) Mary, now wife of Edward SHEPARD, was dismissed to Cambridge fromthe church at Dorche ster and is (1658) in full communion. Her daughterMary POND baptized at Dorchester was 11 ye ars old at her mother'sjoining with Cambridge. Recorded 1658. (2) The daughter of Mary PON D m.John BLACKMAN, & their1st child was b. 10 Aug 1656. Since Robert POND d.1637, his wido w Mary probably lived at Cambridge before her marriage toEdward SHEPARD, bringing with her other children.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). "Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386-387. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up

_UID341BC02B6F27E749B0D9FCA9504801965D50 
Mary Shephard (I150705)
 
81 ! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub.Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," comp. byCharles William Manwaring, Vol. 1, Hartford District 1635-1700(Hartford, 1904) p.259-260. Cites: (a) Vol. III, p.127- 128.
(4) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386,389. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev.Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1,4a) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (4) Age 43 at death on 15 Jan1679 (b. 1636). (4 ) 1636?, England.
Baptism: (1,4a) England. (2) 1636.
Marriage to Samuel TOMPSON: (1) (2) 25 Feb 1656, Braintree, Norfolk,MA. (4) 27 Apr 1656.
Death: (2,4) 15 Jan 1679, Braintree, Norfolk, MA.

(1,4a)c.1643: Edward SHEPARD was admitted to the church in Cambridgewith "his firstwif e Violet." Their children that were in minority whenhe joined were Abigail,now (1658) livin g at Dedham, Deborah now also atDedham, Sarah now dwelling arBraintree. The eldest of thes e was aged 12years, the second, age 10, and thethird, age 7, when their parentsjoined, bei ng all baptised in England. Recorded 1658.
(3a) 1674, 17 Jul: Gregory WOLTERTON of Hartford, upon the river ofConictticote, wrote hi s will. Mentions wife Jane. Gives to JohnSHEPEARD Sen., the son of Edward SHEPARD, he to pa y 20s. to his fatherEdward SHEPARD, 20s. to his sister Debora FAIRBANKS, and 20s. to siste rSara THOMPSON, and 20s. to his sister's abovesaid children.
(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to childrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children incase of theirown decease before himself.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," comp. byCharles William Manwaring , Vol. 1, Hartford District 1635-1700(Hartford, 1904) p.259-260. Cites: (a) Vol. III, p.127- 128.
(4) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997,CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386,389. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1,4a) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (4) Age 43 at death on 15 Jan1679 (b. 1636). (4 )1636?, England.
Baptism: (1,4a) England. (2) 1636.
Marriage to Samuel TOMPSON: (1) (2) 25 Feb 1656, Braintree, Norfolk,MA. (4) 27 Apr 1656.
Death: (2,4) 15Jan 1679, Braintree, Norfolk, MA.

(1,4a) c.1643: Edward SHEPARD was admitted to the church in Cambridgewith "his first wif e Violet." Their children thatwere in minority whenhe joined were Abigail, now (1658) livin g at Dedham, Deborah now also atDedham, Sarah now dwelling ar Braintree. The eldest of thes e was aged 12years, the second, age 10, and the third, age 7, when their parentsjoined, bei ng all baptised in England. Recorded 1658.
(3a) 1674, 17 Jul: GregoryWOLTERTON of Hartford, upon the river ofConictticote, wrote hi s will. Mentions wife Jane. Gives to JohnSHEPEARD Sen., the son of Edward SHEPARD, he to pa y20s. to his fatherEdward SHEPARD, 20s. to his sister Debora FAIRBANKS, and 20s. to siste rSara THOMPSON, and 20s. to his sister's abovesaid children.
(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to childrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children in case

Ancestral File Number: 4024-QN 
Shepard, Sarah (I66421)
 
82 ! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub.Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical Register" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388-389.

!Birth: (1,2) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (2) 1629?, England.
Baptism: (2) 4 Nov1621, Mistley, Essex, England.
Marriage to Thwait STRICKLAND: (2) 1646, Dedham, Norfolk Co., MA.
Marriage to Nicholas DISBOROUGH: (2) 1669/70.
Death: (2)Hartford, CT.

(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed tochildrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children in case of theirown decease before himself.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388-389.

! Birth: (1,2) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (2) 1629?, England.
Baptism: (2) 4 Nov 1621, Mistley, Essex, England.
Marriage to Thwait STRICKLAND: (2) 1646, Dedham, Norfolk Co., MA.
Marriage to Nicholas DISBOROUGH: (2) 1669/70.
Death: (2) Hartford, CT.

(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to childrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children in case of theirown decease before himself.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388-389.

! Birth: (1,2) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (2) 1629?, England.
Baptism: (2) 4 Nov 1621, Mistley,Essex, England.
Marriage to Thwait STRICKLAND: (2) 1646, Dedham, Norfolk Co.,MA.
Marriage to Nicholas DISBOROUGH: (2) 1669/70.
Death: (2) Hartford, CT.

(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to childrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children in case of theirown decease before himself.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3,p.388-389.

! Birth: (1,2) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (2) 1629?, England.
Baptism: (2) 4 Nov 1621, Mistley, Essex, England.
Marriage to Thwait STRICKLAND: (2) 1646, Dedham, Norfolk Co., MA.
Marriage to Nicholas DISBOROUGH: (2) 1669/70.
Death: (2) Hartford, CT.

(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to childrenJohn, Elizabeth, Deb orah, Sarah, and to their children in case of theirown decease before himself.

Ancestral File Number: 1XR2-L8C 
Shepard, Elizabeth (I66423)
 
83 ! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub.Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) NEHGS "NEXUS," Vol. 7, No. 5, Oct/Nov 1990, p.153, "Ahnentafel -Genealogy of a Mississippi Yankee: Part II," by Judith A, Koehler.
(4) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,NamanShep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386,389. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1,4a) d/o Edward SHEPARD/Violet. (3) 1627, Lawford, Essex,d/o Edward SHEPARD b y his 1st wife VioletCHARNOULD. (4) 1631?, England.
Baptism: (1,4a) England. (2) 12 Oct 1627, Lawford, Essex, England.
Marriage to Daniel POND: (2) 30 Mar 1652, MA. (1,3,4)
Death: (1) 4 5th mo. 1661. (2,4) 5 Jul 1661. (2,3) Dedham, Norfolk Co.,MA. (3) 1661.

(1,4a) c.1643: Edward SHEPARD was admitted to the church in Cambridgewith "his first wif e Violet." Their children that were in minority whenhe joinedwere Abigail, now (1658) livin g at Dedham, Deborah now also atDedham, Sarah now dwelling ar Braintree. The eldest of thes e was aged 12years, the second, age10, and the third, age 7, when their parentsjoined, bei ng all baptised in England. Recorded 1658.
(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to thechildren of his decease d daughter Abigail, formerly wife of Daniel POND.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) NEHGS "NEXUS," Vol. 7, No. 5, Oct/Nov 1990, p.153, "Ahnentafel -Genealogy of a Mississ ippi Yankee: Part II," by Judith A, Koehler.
(4) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386,389. Cites: (a) TheRecordof "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchellin 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1,4a) d/o EdwardSHEPARD/Violet. (3) 1627, Lawford, Essex,d/o Edward SHEPARD b y his 1st wifeViolet CHARNOULD. (4) 1631?, England.
Baptism: (1,4a) England. (2) 12 Oct 1627, Lawford, Essex, England.
Marriage to Daniel POND: (2) 30 Mar 1652, MA. (1,3,4)
Death: (1) 4 5th mo. 1661. (2,4) 5 Jul 1661. (2,3) Dedham, Norfolk Co.,MA.(3) 1661.

(1,4a) c.1643: Edward SHEPARD was admitted to the church in Cambridgewith "his first wif e Violet." Their children that were in minority whenhe joined were Abigail, now (1658) livin g at Dedham, Deborah now also atDedham, Sarah now dwelling ar Braintree. The eldest of thes e was aged 12years, the second, age 10, and the third, age 7, when their parentsjoined, bei ng all baptisedin England. Recorded 1658.
(1) 1674, 1 Oct: Edward SHEPARD wrote his will. Bequeathed to thechildren of his decease d daughter Abigail, formerly wife of Daniel POND.

! (1) "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles Henry Pope(Genealogical Pub. Co., 1969; r eprint 1900) p.411.
(2) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(3) NEHGS "NEXUS," Vol. 7, No. 5, Oct/Nov 1990, p.153, "Ahnentafel -Genealogy of a Mississ ippi Yankee: Part II," by Judith A, Koehler.
(4) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister"(Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.386,389. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made 
Shepard, Abigail (I66422)
 
84 ! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring(Hartford, CT,1904) p.112-113.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof EdwardShepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388,390. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1658. (3a) Cambridge, MA. (1,2,3a) d/o John SHEPARD.(3) d/o John SHEPARD/R ebecca GREENHILL.
Marriage to John STEDMAN: (1,3) 10 Aug 1678. (1) Wethersfield, CT.
Death: (1) 14 Aug 1682, Wethersfield, CT. (3) 4 Aug 1682.

(2) 1710: Distribution of the estate of John SHEPHERD, dec'd, made tothe widow Martha SHEP HERD, to John, to Thomas, to Samuel, to ElizabethGOODWIN, to Rebeckah BIGELOW dec'd. or he r legal representatives, toSarah STONE, to Deborah WHITE, to Abigail BUTLER, to Violet or he r legalrepresentative, to Hannah ENSIGN.

! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.112-113.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software,1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388,390. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1658. (3a) Cambridge, MA. (1,2,3a) d/o John SHEPARD.(3) d/o John SHEPARD/R ebecca GREENHILL.
Marriage to John STEDMAN: (1,3) 10 Aug 1678. (1) Wethersfield, CT.
Death: (1) 14 Aug 1682, Wethersfield, CT. (3) 4 Aug 1682.

(2)1710: Distribution of the estate of John SHEPHERD, dec'd, made tothe widow Martha SHEP HERD, to John, to Thomas, to Samuel, to ElizabethGOODWIN, to Rebeckah BIGELOW dec'd. or he r legal representatives, toSarah STONE, to Deborah WHITE, to Abigail BUTLER, to Violet or he r legalrepresentative, to Hannah ENSIGN.

!(1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(2) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.112-113.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, andA.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388,390. Cites: (a) TheRecord of "Shepard's and Mitchel l's Church," made up from memory by Rev.Mr. Mitchell in 1658 after the death of Rev. Thoma s Shepard.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1658. (3a) Cambridge, MA. (1,2,3a) d/o John SHEPARD.(3) d/o John SHEPARD/R ebecca GREENHILL.
Marriage to John STEDMAN: (1,3) 10 Aug 1678. (1) Wethersfield, CT.
Death: (1) 14 Aug 1682, Wethersfield, CT. (3) 4 Aug 1682.

(2) 1710: Distribution of the estate of JohnSHEPHERD, dec'd, made tothe widow Martha SHEP HERD, to John, to Thomas, to Samuel, to ElizabethGOODWIN, to Rebeckah BIGELOW dec'd. or he r legal representatives, toSarah STONE, to Deborah WHITE, to Abigail BUTLER, to Violet or he r legalrepresentative, to Hannah ENSIGN.

! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1996.
(2) "ADigest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," Vol. II,Hartford District 1700-17 29, ed. by Charles W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT,1904) p.112-113.
(3) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and GenealogicalR egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 19 
Shepard, Violet (I113175)
 
85 ! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1997.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by AlbertC. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.609.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut ProbateRecords," HartfordDistrict, ed. by Charle s W. Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904)Vol. 2,p.112-113,480.
(4) "Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut," by LuciusBarnes Barbour(Baltimore, MD, Gen ealogical Publishing Co., 1977) p.135. FHL #974.62H1D2b. Cites: (a) First Church record, Har tford, CT.
(5) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388,391-392.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1671, Hartford, CT. (1,3) d/o John SHEPARD. (4,5) d/oJohn SHEPARD/Rebecc a GREENHILL.
Marriage to Thomas BUTLER: (1,2,5) 6 Aug 1691. (1,2) Hartford. CT. (3)Called Abigail BUTLE R in 1710.
Death: (1,4) 5 Sep 1750. (1) Windsor, CT.
Burial: (1) Feb 1721, Hartford, CT. (NOTE: Date earlier than deathdate.) (4) Center Cemete ry, Hartford, CT.

(4) 1696, 12 Apr: Abigail, wife of Thomas BUTLER, admitted to fullcommunion, First Church , Hartford, CT.
(3) 1710:Distribution of the estate of John SHEPHERD, dec'd, made tothe widow Martha SHEP HERD, to John, to Thomas, to Samuel, to ElizabethGOODWIN, to Rebeckah BIGELOW dec'd. or he r legal representatives, toSarah STONE, to Deborah WHITE, to Abigail BUTLER, to Violet or he r legalrepresentative, to Hannah ENSIGN.
(3) 1726/7, 3 Jan: The court appointed Abigail BUTLER, the widow ofThomas BUTLER, to begu ardian to her children, viz., Elisha, 10 years,and Elizabeth, also 10 years, children of th e deceased.

! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1997.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and Deaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.609.
(3) "A Digestof the Early Connecticut Probate Records," HartfordDistrict, ed. by Charle s W.Manwaring (Hartford, CT, 1904) Vol. 2,p.112-113,480.
(4) "Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut," by Lucius Barnes Barbour(Baltimore, MD, Gen ealogical Publishing Co., 1977) p.135. FHL #974.62H1D2b. Cites: (a) First Church record, Har tford, CT.
(5) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner,Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd.Vol. 3, p.388,391-392.

! Birth: (1) Abt 1671, Hartford, CT. (1,3) d/o JohnSHEPARD. (4,5) d/oJohn SHEPARD/Rebecc a GREENHILL.
Marriage to Thomas BUTLER:(1,2,5) 6 Aug 1691. (1,2) Hartford. CT. (3)Called Abigail BUTLE R in 1710.
Death: (1,4) 5 Sep 1750. (1) Windsor, CT.
Burial: (1) Feb 1721, Hartford, CT. (NOTE: Date earlier than deathdate.) (4) Center Cemete ry, Hartford, CT.

(4) 1696, 12 Apr: Abigail, wife of Thomas BUTLER, admitted to fullcommunion, First Church , Hartford, CT.
(3) 1710: Distribution of the estate of John SHEPHERD, dec'd, made tothe widow Martha SHEP HERD, to John, to Thomas, to Samuel, to ElizabethGOODWIN, to Rebeckah BIGELOW dec'd. or he r legal representatives, toSarahSTONE, to Deborah WHITE, to Abigail BUTLER, to Violet or he r legalrepresentative, to Hannah ENSIGN.
(3) 1726/7, 3 Jan: The court appointed Abigail BUTLER,the widow ofThomas BUTLER, to be gu ardian to her children, viz., Elisha, 10 years,and Elizabeth, also 10 years, children of th e deceased.

! (1) Ancestral File, FHL, 1997.
(2) "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society," Vol. XIV,"Births, Marriages and D eaths 1644-1730," ed. by Albert C. Bates(Hartford, 1912) p.609.
(3) "A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records," HartfordDistrict, ed. by Charle s W. Manwaring (Hartf 
Shepard, Abigail (I74225)
 
86 ! (1) Ancestral File, FHL.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From theNew EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388.

! Marriage to __ BEMENT: (1)
Marriage to Arthur HENBURY: (1) __ HENBURY. (2)
Marriage to John SHEPHERD: (1,2) 8 Sep 1698.
Death: (2) Survived John SHEPARD.

! (1) Ancestral File, FHL.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical Register" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639,"by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388.

! Marriage to __ BEMENT: (1)
Marriage to Arthur HENBURY: (1) __ HENBURY. (2)
Marriage to John SHEPHERD: (1,2) 8 Sep 1698.
Death: (2) Survived John SHEPARD.

!(1) Ancestral File, FHL.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical R egister" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388.

! Marriage to __ BEMENT: (1)
Marriage to Arthur HENBURY: (1) __ HENBURY. (2)
Marriage to John SHEPHERD: (1,2) 8 Sep 1698.
Death: (2) Survived John SHEPARD.

! (1) Ancestral File, FHL.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New EnglandHistorical and Genealogical Register" (Genealogical Pub. Co.,Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund Software, 1997, CD 179). " Descendantsof Edward Shepard, Mariner, Cambridge, Mass., 1639," by James Shepard,Naman Shep pard, and A.E.B. Shepherd. Vol. 3, p.388.

! Marriage to __ BEMENT: (1)
Marriage to Arthur HENBURY: (1) __ HENBURY. (2)
Marriage to John SHEPHERD: (1,2) 8 Sep 1698.
Death: (2) Survived John SHEPARD.

_UIDE94C773A18F9594584BB67F2BB33FBE4FAF2 
Martha (I118840)
 
87 ! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1)3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford, CT.

! (1) Baptismsof First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, First Church, East Hartford,CT.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) s/o Daniel MARSH.
Baptism: (1) 3 Aug 1760, FirstChurch, East Hartford, CT. 
Marsh, Jared (I38128)
 
88 ! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism:(1) 21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o Daniel MARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d. 1759. The author have confused the fathers. She is listed in source 1 with children of Daniel MARSH/Ann MORISON, and at death with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848,p.62. FHL #1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1) 21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2)27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o Daniel MARSH/Irene BIGELOW,d. 1759. The author have confused the fathers. She is listed in source 1 with children of Daniel MARSH/Ann MORISON, and at death with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford,CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1) 21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o DanielMARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d . 1759. The author have confused the fathers. Sheis listed in source 1 with children of Dani el MARSH/Ann MORISON, and atdeath with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL#1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries,East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o DanielMARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1) 21 May 1758, First Church, EastHartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o DanielMARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d . 1759. The author have confused the fathers. Sheislisted in source 1 with children of Dani el MARSH/Ann MORISON, and atdeath with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth:(1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1) 21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o Daniel MARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d. 1759. The author have confused thefathers. She is listed in source 1 with children of Daniel MARSH/Ann MORISON,and at death with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62. FHL #1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL #1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1)21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct 1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o Daniel MARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d. 1759. The author have confused the fathers. She is listed in source 1 with children of Daniel MARSH/Ann MORISON, and at death with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First Church, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.62.FHL#1,008,343.
(2) Deaths from Cemeteries, East Hartford, CT, 1747-1848, p.161. FHL#1,008,343.

! Birth: (1) d/o Daniel MARSH. (2) d/o Daniel MARSH/Ann.
Baptism: (1) 21 May 1758, First Church, East Hartford, CT.
Death: (2) 27 Oct1759. (NOTE: Marsh Genealogy says Cate, d/o DanielMARSH/Irene BIGELOW, d . 1759. The author have confused the fathers. Sheis listed in source 1 with childrenof Dani el MARSH/Ann MORISON, and atdeath with the same family.)
Burial: (2) Spencer St. Cemetery.

! (1) Baptisms of First 
Marsh, Catherine "Katy" (I60218)
 
89 ! (1) NEHGS "Register," Vol. CXLI, Jan 1987, "John Horsington of NewEngland,"by Fred Q. Bo wman, p.40-41. Cites: (a) "Records of the Town ofEast-Hampton" (Sag Harbor, NY, 1887-1905) 5 :570.

! Birth: (1) s/o William EDWARDS.
Marriage to Mary STANBOROUGH: (1)

(1) Of East Hampton, NY.

! (1) NEHGS "Register," Vol. CXLI, Jan 1987, "John Horsington of NewEngland," by Fred Q. Bo wman,p.40-41. Cites: (a) "Records of the Town ofEast-Hampton" (Sag Harbor, NY, 1887-1905) 5 :570.

! Birth: (1) s/o William EDWARDS.
Marriage to Mary STANBOROUGH: (1)

(1) Of East Hampton, NY.

! (1) NEHGS "Register," Vol. CXLI, Jan1987, "John Horsington of NewEngland," by Fred Q. Bo wman, p.40-41. Cites: (a)"Records of the Town ofEast-Hampton" (Sag Harbor, NY, 1887-1905) 5 :570.

!Birth: (1) s/o William EDWARDS.
Marriage to Mary STANBOROUGH: (1)

(1) Of East Hampton, NY.

! (1) NEHGS "Register," Vol. CXLI, Jan 1987, "John Horsington of NewEngland," by Fred Q. Bo wman, p.40-41. Cites: (a) "Records of the TownofEast-Hampton" (Sag Harbor, NY, 1887-1905) 5 :570.

! Birth: (1) s/o William EDWARDS.
Marriage to Mary STANBOROUGH: (1)

(1) Of East Hampton, NY. 
Edwards, John (I22186)
 
90 ! (1) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of N orman Morrison.

! Birth: (1) s/o Normand Morrison.
Marriageto Margaret __: (1) Wife named Margaret in 1761.

(1) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote hiswill. Gives to my grandson NormanMORISON and granddaughter Margaret MORISON t he children of RobertMORISON and of Margaret his wife.

! (1) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of N orman Morrison.

! Birth: (1) s/o Normand Morrison.
Marriage to Margaret __: (1) Wife named Margaret in 1761.

(1) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives to my grandson NormanMORISON and granddaughter Margaret MORISON t he children of RobertMORISON and of Margaret his wife.

! (1) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records,Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of N orman Morrison.

! Birth: (1) s/o Normand Morrison.
Marriage to Margaret __: (1) Wife named Margaret in 1761.

(1) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives to my grandson NormanMORISON andgranddaughter Margaret MORISON t he children of RobertMORISON and of Margarethis wife.

! (1) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of N orman Morrison.

! Birth: (1) s/o Normand Morrison.
Marriage to Margaret __: (1) Wife named Margaret in 1761.

(1) 1761, Apr:Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives to my grandson NormanMORISON and granddaughter Margaret MORISON t he children of RobertMORISON and of Margaret his wife. 
Morrison, Robert (I22147)
 
91 ! (1) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of N orman Morrison.
(2) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vo.. 4, No. 2, Sep1971, p.207."Connecticut Headstone Inscrip tions Before 1800," comp. by CharlesH.Hale, Ct. State Lib. Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1) d/o Normand Morrison. (2) d/o Dr. Morison. Age 24 at deathon 4 Oct 1762 (b. 17 38).
Marriage to John Walker: (1,2)
Death: (2) 4 Oct 1762.
Burial: (2) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

(1) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co.,colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives to loving wife Annthesole use & improvement of the Hampshire (__ ?) and all the land adjoiningthereto & buildings thereon, except the dwelling house in whic h my sonJohn WALKER & his wife Marian dwell. I give to my son John WALKER and hiswife Maria n andto her heirs & assigns forever the whole of my Farmlying in (the?) Township of(Botton ?), and also the use & improvement ofthe house in which they now liveuntil my grandson Norm an MORISON shallarrive to the age of 21 years, providedthey shall keep the same in goodrep air. Also I give them my Negro girl named Rosa. Also the one half ofmy Warehouse near the ri ver in Hartford. I give to mygrandson NormanMORISON the son of Robert MORISON and of Margar et his wife thedwellinghouse that John WALKER and his wife Marian now live in lying in Hartford. I give to my daughter Jennet and to my grandson John WALKER and mysaid nephew Roderic k MORRISON and to their heirs & assigns forever about500 acres of land lying in Hartland bei ng all the land I have alreadylaid out there, except what is above given to my grandson Norm an & mydaughter Jennet to be equally divided between them. I give to mydaughters Ann, Maria n & Jennet and to their heirs & assigns forever allthe remainder of my lands lying in Bedfor d and at (Somequid?).Furthermore my will is that all the remainder of my Estate after my funeral charges and just debts are paid be Equally divided between my threedaughters Ann, Maria n & Jennet and my grandson Norman (after?) the(decease?) of my wife.

! (1) Town of Hartford, CT Probate Records, Vol. 18, 1757-1764, p.240.FHL #4,555. Will of N orman Morrison.
(2) "Connecticut Nutmegger," Vo.. 4, No.2, Sep 1971, p.207."Connecticut Headstone Inscrip tions Before 1800," comp. byCharles H.Hale, Ct. State Lib. Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

! Birth: (1)d/o Normand Morrison. (2) d/o Dr. Morison. Age 24 at deathon 4 Oct 1762 (b. 1738).
Marriage to John Walker: (1,2)
Death: (2) 4 Oct 1762.
Burial: (2) Center Cemetery, Hartford, CT.

(1) 1761, Apr: Norman MORRISON of Hartford, Hartford Co., colony ofConnecticut in New Engl and, wrote his will. Gives to loving wife Ann thesole use & improvement of the Hampshire (__ ?) and all the land adjoiningthereto & buildings thereon, except the dwelling house in whic h my sonJohn WALKER & his wife Marian dwell. I give to my son John WALKER and hiswife Maria n and to her heirs & assigns forever the whole of my Farmlying in (the?) Township of (Botton ?), and also the use & improvement ofthe house in which they now live until my grandson Norm an MORISON shallarrive to the age of 21 years, provided they shall keep the same in goodrep air. Also I give them my Negro girlnamed Rosa. Also the one half ofmy Warehouse near the ri ver in Hartford. I give to my grandson NormanMORISON the son of Robert MORISON and of Margar et his wife the dwellinghouse that John WALKER and his wife Marian now live in lying inHartford. I give to my daughter Jennet and to my grandson John WALKER and mysaid nephew Roderic k MORRISON and to their heirs & assigns forever about500 acres of land lying in Hartland bei ng all the land I have alreadylaid out there, except what is above given to my grandson Norm an & mydaughter Jennet to be equally divided between them. I give to mydaughters Ann, Maria n & Jennet and to their heirs & assigns forever allthe remainder of m

Ancestral File Number: 134C-RS3 
Morrison, Marion (I22024)
 
92 ! (1) "A History of Two Virginia Families," "Catlett Family & Baytop Family," as published in the Genealogical Column of the "Times Dispatch," Richmond, VA, p .109. FHL #1,065,175, item 13, & #929.273 B3455.
! Birth: (1) Unnamed d/o David ALEXANDER/Anne MORGAN.
Marriage to Thomas BAYTOP: (1) 
Alexander (I98336)
 
93 ! (1) "Virginia Biography," p.294.
(2) "Virginia Colonial Abstracts," by Bever ley Fleet, York Co. 1648-1657, p.139-140. Cites: (a) No. 3, p.2A,3.
! Death: (1) 1657.
(2a) 1638, 20 Aug: Sir John Harvey, Governor of VA, granted to Fr ancis Morgan 50 acres in Charles River Co., adjacent east upon Cocke's Thickett , due for transporting one servant called John Covell into the colony.
(1) 164 7: Captain of Militia and Burgess for York.
(1) 1648: Justice of York Co., VA.
(1) 1652-1653: Captain of Militia and Burgess for York.
(1) 1657: Left one s on Francis at his death who was heir to his large estate.
(2a) 26 Oct 1657: Th e estate of Francis Morgan is recorded, totaling 30,043 lbs. of tobacco. He app ears to have been a merchant, since certain articles are listed as being for hi s own use and that of his family. The only item with a name is "payd Gload Gall ant for a 50 foot house on Walplates with a corne loaft 00700." Signed Edward L ockey. This was a splendid VA estate for that period, and every bit of it and m ore was owed to the English.
Spouse unknown

! (1) "Virginia Biography," p.294.
(2) "Virginia Colonial Abstracts," by Bever ley Fleet, York Co. 1648-1657, p.139-140. Cites: (a) No. 3, p.2A,3.
! Death: (1) 1657.
(2a) 1638, 20 Aug: Sir John Harvey, Governor of VA, granted to Francis Morgan 50 acres in Charles River Co., adjacent east upon Cocke's Thickett , due for transporting one servant called John Covell into the colony.
(1) 164 7: Captain of Militia and Burgess for York.
(1) 1648: Justice of York Co., VA.
(1) 1652-1653: Captain of Militia and Burgess for York.
(1) 1657: Left one son Francis at his death who was heir to his large estate.
(2a) 26 Oct 1657: The estate of Francis Morgan is recorded, totaling 30,043 lbs. of tobacco. He appears to have been a merchant, since certain articles are listed as being for his own use and that of his family. The only item with a name is "payd Gload Gall ant for a 50 foot house on Walplates with a corneloaft 00700." Signed Edward Lockey. This was a splendid VA estate for that period, and every bit of it and more was owed to the English. 
Morgan, Francis (I98338)
 
94 ! (1) "Virginia Biography," p.294.
(2) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Villa ge, CO. Cites: (a) Unnamed Morgan genealogy M848 1920, p.12-26.
(3) "A History of Two Virginia Families," "Catlett Family & Baytop Family," as published in the Genealogical Column of the "Times Dispatch," Richmond, VA, p.109. FHL #1,065 ,175, item 13, & #929.273 B3455.
! Birth: (1,2) d/o Francis MORGAN. (3) One of the two heiresses of Francis MORGAN.
Marriage to Dr. David ALEXANDER: (1,2, 3)
(1,2) 1698, 26 Sep: Sarah, wife of Thomas BUCKNER, and Anne, wife of Dr. David ALEXANDER, were co-heiresses of their father's estate. (2) They brought suit for recovery of land patented to Francis MORGAN, their grandfather, which by his death came to his son Francis MORGAN, and by his death to Sarah and Ann. 
Morgan, Anne (I98339)
 
95 ! (1) "Virginia Biography," p.294.
(2) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Villa ge, CO. Cites: (a) Unnamed Morgan genealogy M848 1920, p.12-26.
(3) "Virginia Colonial Abstracts," by Beverley Fleet, Vol. 26, York Co. 1648-1657, p.138-140. Cites: (a) No. 3, p.1A,2A,3.
(4) "A History of Two Virginia Families," "Catlett Family & Baytop Family," as published in the Genealogical Column of the "Tim es Dispatch," Richmond, VA, p.109,154. FHL #1,065,175, item 13, & #929.273 B345 5.
! Birth: (1,2a,3a) s/o Francis Morgan.
(1) 1657: Inherited his father' s large estate in York Co., VA.
(3a) 1657: Edward Lockey exhibited to the York Co., VA court an account of disbursements for Mr. Francis Morgan, orphan, to whom he was guardian, amounting to 27,807 lbs. of tobacco.
(3a) 1657, 19 Oct: T he York Co., VA court reached an agreement in the difference between Mr. Edward Lockey, merchant, late guardian of Francis Morgan Jr., and the said Francis Mo rgan Jr.. In an endeavor to clear the estate from Mr. Lockey, theagreement nam es 2 servants, Mathew Hull and William Hall. The estate owes Lockey 31,007 lbs. of tobacco. Morgan Jr. gives bond with his lands as security. Signed "evidently by the gentlemen who endeavored to clear the estate and Mr. Lockey from responsibility in regard to it," Robert Ryland, William Barber, Ro. x Baldrey, John Hansford.
(2a,3a) 1657, 26 Oct: Assigned to John Lockey, Citizen and Merchant Taylor of London, and Edward Lockey of York Co., Merchant, a patent on lands. Edward Lockey bound himself to deliver to Francis Morgan 5 servants having 4 years apiece to serve "or else Boyes having a longer time," 2 of them to be shipped in 1658, and 2 in 1659. Wits. by John Scarsbricke, John Hillier and John Morecroft. (2a) This transfer of land by Francis to his guardian Edward Lockey formed the basis of a suit by his daughters in 1698. (3a) The deed was for 50 acres in Charles River Co. granted to Francis Morgan, his father, 20 Aug 1638. Edward Lockey then released Francis Morgan from all claims, and Francis Morgan released Edward Lockey from all claims. Witnessed by John Scarsbrick, John Hillier, John Morecroft. Francis Morgan then assigned to Edward and John LOCKEY, cattle, horses, etc. Witnessed by Anthony Rocksby, Robert Wolfe, John Hillier, John Morecroft.
(4) Francis Morgan owned a large body of land on the Poropotank from its mouth up, called "Morgan's Neck," running from "Violet Bank" to "Marfield," which was heired by Thomas Buckner's wife and descended to her daughter, Ann Buckner.
(1,2a) 1698, 26 Sep: His daughters Sarah and Anne were living co-heire sses to his estate. (2) The daughters brought suit for recovery of land patented to Francis Morgan, their grandfather, which by his death came to his son Francis Morgan, and by his death to Sarah and Ann.

! (1) "Virginia Biography," p.294.
(2) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Villa ge, CO. Cites: (a) Unnamed Morgan genealogy M848 1920, p.12-26.
(3) "Virginia Colonial Abstracts," by Beverley Fleet, Vol. 26, York Co. 1648-1657, p.138-140. Cites: (a) No. 3, p.1A,2A,3.
(4) "A History of Two Virginia Families," "Catle tt Family & Baytop Family," as published in the Genealogical Column of the "Tim es Dispatch," Richmond, VA, p.109,154. FHL #1,065,175, item 13, & #929.273 B345 5.
! Birth: (1,2a,3a) s/o Francis Morgan.
(1) 1657: Inherited his father' s large estate in York Co., VA.
(3a) 1657: Edward Lockey exhibited to the York Co., VA court an account of disbursements for Mr. Francis Morgan, orphan, to w hom he was guardian, amounting to 27,807 lbs. of tobacco.
(3a) 1657, 19 Oct: T he York Co., VA court reached an agreement in the difference between Mr. Edward Lockey, merchant, late guardian of Francis Morgan Jr., and the said Francis Mo rgan Jr.. In an endeavor to clear the estate from Mr. Lockey, the agreement nam es 2 servants, Mathew Hull and William Hall. The estate owes Lockey 31,007 lbs. of tobacco. Morgan Jr. gives bond with his lands as security. Signed "evidentl y by the gentlemen who endeavored to clear the estate and Mr. Lockey from respo nsibility in regard to it," Robert Ryland, William Barber, Ro. x Baldrey, John Hansford.
(2a,3a) 1657, 26 Oct: Assigned to John Lockey, Citizen and Merchant Taylor of London, and Edward Lockey of York Co., Merchant, a patent on lands. E dward Lockey bound himself to deliver to Francis Morgan 5 servants having 4 yea rs apiece to serve "or else Boyes having a longer time," 2 of them to be shippe d in 1658, and 2 in 1659. Wits. by John Scarsbricke, John Hillier and John More croft. (2a) This transfer of land by Francis to his guardian Edward Lockey form ed the basis of a suit by his daughters in 1698. (3a) The deed was for 50 acres in Charles River Co. granted to Francis Morgan, his father, 20 Aug 1638. Edwar d Lockey then released Francis Morgan from all claims, and Francis Morgan relea sed Edward Lockey from all claims. Witnessed by John Scarsbrick, John Hillier, John Morecroft. Francis Morgan then assigned to Edward and John LOCKEY, cattle, horses, etc. Witnessed by Anthony Rocksby, Robert Wolfe, John Hillier, John Mo recroft.
(4) Francis Morgan owned a large body of land on the Poropotank from its mouth up, called "Morgan's Neck," running from "Violet Bank" to "Marfield," which was heired by Thomas Buckner's wife and descended to her daughter, Ann B uckner.
(1,2a) 1698, 26 Sep: His daughters Sarah and Anne were living co-heire sses to his estate. (2) The daughters brought suit for recovery of land patente d to Francis Morgan, their grandfather, which by his death came to his son Fran cis Morgan, and by his death to Sarah and Ann. 
Morgan, Francis (I98337)
 
96 ! (1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO. Cites: (a) Unnamed Morgan genealogy M848 1920, p.28-29.
(2) "A History of Two Virginia Families," "Catlett Family & Baytop Family," as published in the Genealogical Column of the "Times Dispatch," Richmond, VA, p.107-109. FHL #1,065,175, item 13, & #929.273 B345 5. Cites: (a) York Co., VA records. (b) Register of Staplehurst. (c) Testimony of Peter Burren of Staplehurst, clockmaker. (d) P.C.C. Admon. account Book 1692 , "Virginia Magazine of History and Genealogy," X, 69. (e) Chancery papers at W illiamsburg, will of Dr. Charles Tomkies.
! Birth: (1a,2b,c) 9 May 1676. (1a ) Co. Kent, England. (1a,2b,c) s/o Thomas Baytop/Hannah. (2b,c) Staplehurst.
Marriage to __ Alexander: (1a) Miss Alexander, d/o Dr. David Alexander/Ann Morgan. (2) Unnamed d/o David Alexander. Before 1710.
(2c) Godson of Peter Burren of Staplehurst, clockmaker.
(1a) c.1679: When age 3, came with his parents to York Co., VA.
(2d) 1691/2, 19 Jan: Thomas Baytop Sr., late in Virginia, widower, deceased; administration granted to Daniel Baytop, his brother, uncle and guardian of Thomas Baytop, a minor, son of defunct. This grant expired at the full age of Thomas Baytop and a new grant was made, 25 September 1699.
(2a) 1691 , 20 Jan: Daniel Baytopp, of Maidstone, co. Kent, England, grocer, brother of Thomas Baytop, and guardian and administrator of Thomas Baytopp, the minor, cons titutes Capt. Francis Page in Virginia his attorney to take possession of ye plantations, stock, etc., of ye said Baytopp in ye parts of America in right of ye minor. (1a) During his minority, his property in York Co., VA was under the management of Col. Francis Page.
(1a) c.1691: When his father died, he was returned to England where he remained under the care of his uncle Daniel Baytop at Maidstone, Co. Kent, until he came of age.
(1a) 1699: Returned to York Co., VA
(2a) 1700, 24 Feb: Thomas Baytop witnesses an indenture between William Sedgewick, Clerk of York Co., and James Cosby, for 200 acres in Beaver Dam, on Utey' s Creek.
(2) 1707, 19 Apr: Thomas Baytop was the owner of lot No. 9 in Miles Cary's survey of Gloucestertown (now Gloucester Point). John Fleet had patented Gloucester Town, then Tyndall's Point, in 1662. Dr. David Alexander, Thomas Scott, and Lawrence and John Smith also owned lots there.
(1) Of Gloucester Co., VA.
(2) 1726, 6 Feb: Thomas Baytop of Gloucester Co., VA, signed the Petsworth Vestry Book as witness, with Alexander Roane, to an indenture of the vestry with Lawrence Smith, to whom they bound a poor child of the parish. Lawrence Smith affixed his seal in red wax.
(2e) 1737: Thomas Baytop, David Alexander and J ohn Edwards witnessed the will of Dr. Charles Tomkies of Gloucester Co., VA.
Change Date: 28 Jul 2002 at 00:00:00 
Baytop, Thomas (I98335)
 
97 ! (1) Roger Carroll Breckenridge, Apple Valley, MN. E-mail: rogerb@pclink.com ( 1999). Cites: (a) "Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill". (b) "Seldens of Virginia a nd Allied Families". (c) "The Prestons of Smithfield and Greenfield, Virginia". (d) "Memoranda of the Preston Family," by James Mason Brown (1876).
! Birth : (1) 27 Jul 1827, GA.
Death: (1) 30 Jun 1916, D.C.
(1d) Medical Inspector of the Confederate Army.
(1d) Of Savannah, GA.
(1d) Moved to Roanoke Co., VA 
Sorrell, Frances (I149000)
 
98 ! 1880 Christian Co. Ky. Census Page 193 Clark, McLany (I88064)
 
99 ! 1910 cencus shows Hattie as a servant with the Bunn family. in Morgan county

of Tenn.

ed 50 page 7, on Eagle road co. camp 
Morgan, Hattie Arlene (I94828)
 
100 ! 4 May 1694. John Powell of Farnham Parish, Richmond County, planter, and Michall, his wife, to John Wollard of same parish and County for 4,000 lbs. tobacco, 100 acres in same parish "being part of a greater tract of land situate in the woods formerly given by Hezechia Turner to his children [ ?]other records state that Michall was the only heir] by a will bearing the date the 25th day of December 1677 being near the land of John Peck on the one side and Richard King on the other bounded as followeth, to begin where the land of Ann Chissell "given her by the above said Turner in the Will aforesaid", etc, "said one hundred acres belonging to my wife" Wit: Saml Travers, Teage MacDonal, Ann Hawkins. [A note following this entry says that Anne Chissell was a granddaughter of Hezechia Turner]. 17 Aug 1695. The Justice of the County of Richmond to John Powell of said County, planter and Michall, his wife, "according to the true intent and meaning of the last Will and Testament of Hezechia Turner of said County, dec'd", the 711 acres of the entry of 14 Dec.1692. Nichell and John Powell sold land in Richmond County saying she was daughter and only heir of Hezekiah Turner of Rappahanock". Deed Bk. for 1692-1695, pp 156 thru 262. Powell, John (I133644)
 

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