Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


John Adams

DWS Wft Vol 8 tree #249
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DWS: A Genealogical Dictionary Of The First Settlers Of New England By James Savage, Former President Of The Massachusetts Historical Society Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Originally Published Boston, 1860-1862:
"JOHN, Sudbury, m. Hannah, d. of John Bent the sec. had John, b. 12 Mar. 1684; Daniel, 1685; and Hannah, 1688. "


Hannah Bent

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 255
Sudbury Records pg 255
Hannah, daughter of John & Hannah Bent, born 6 May, 1661


Silas Bent Sr

DWS from : Ancestry.com family by roverta_eckard@yahoo.com
DWS: from 'Bent's Fort' published 1954 by David Lavender pg 16-17
Silas supposedly led one of the bands of 'Indians' who pitched British tea into Boston's harbor.
Was a minuteman immediately after the Lexington battle in 1775. After the war became a Lt Colonel of the 7th Regiment of Massachusetts Militia.


Mary Carter

DWS from : Ancestry.com family by roverta_eckard@yahoo.com


Elijah Bent

DWS from : Ancestry.com family by roverta_eckard@yahoo.com
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DWS: Ancestor to the Bent brothers William and Charles who built Bent's Fort in Colorado.
Elijah Bent is the great grandfather of William Wells Bent (Trader).
died aged 83y


Maria Ignacia Jaramillo

DWS: from 'Bent's Fort' published 1954 by David Lavender pg 176
She was the widow of a man named Luna.
New Mexican custom at the time was to revert to the woman's maiden name if the husband died.


Gov Charles Bent

DWS: Bent, Charles (1799-1847; U.S. Territorial Governor of New Mexico)
Founder of Bent's Fort in Colorado along with his brother William and partner Ceran St Vrain.
Charles was murdered during the Taos Revolt by Indians
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DWS: from 'Bent's Fort' published 1954 by David Lavender pg 15
eldest child of Martha and Silas
DWS: from 'Bent's Fort' published 1954 by David Lavender pg 176
married Maria Ignacia Jaramillo (widow of Luna) in late 1835 or early 1836 in Taos, NM
they had 5 children, 2 died in infancy


Maria Ignacia Jaramillo

DWS: from 'Bent's Fort' published 1954 by David Lavender pg 176
She was the widow of a man named Luna.
New Mexican custom at the time was to revert to the woman's maiden name if the husband died.


George Bent

died in infancy


Virginia Bent

died in infancy