Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


Nehemiah Allen

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358
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DWS: from Ancestors of Verna Lawrence Burch
by Ellie Burch elliebu@sprynet.com
on ancestry.com
# Name: Nehemiah Allen
# Sex: M
# Birth: 1634 in Windsor, Hartford Co, CT
# Death: 27 JUN 1684 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA

Father: Samuel Allen b: 1607
Mother: Ann (-----) Allen Hulburt

Marriage 1 Sarah Woodford Allen Burke Wright b: 2 SEP 1649 in Hartford, CT

* Married: 21 SEP 1664 in MA

Children

1. Sarah Allen Strong b: 2 MAY 1672
2. Samuel Allen b: 3 JAN 1666 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
3. Nehemiah Allen b: 8 OCT 1667
4. Nehemiah Allen Jr b: 8 OCT 1669 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
5. Thomas Allen b: 17 JAN 1675 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
6. Hannah Allen Dumbleton
7. Ruth Allen Leonard b: 5 JAN 1679 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
8. Child Allen b: 13 AUG 1683 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
9. Silence Allen b: 20 AUG 1684
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DWS: LDS IGI
from submission by
George LARSON II
3076 Marlow Rd E120, Santa Rosa, CA, 95403
This Nehemiah is shown as son of Samuel Allen and Ann Whitmore
DWS doesn't feel he is their son as they had kids in Braintree, Norfolk Co, MA
before and after supposed birth year 1634
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Sarah Woodford

DWS: LDS IGI
from submission by
George LARSON II
3076 Marlow Rd E120, Santa Rosa, CA, 95403
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DWS: from Ancestors of Verna Lawrence Burch
by Ellie Burch elliebu@sprynet.com
on ancestry.com
Married 3rd Nehemiah Allen
# Name: Sarah Woodford Allen Burke Wright
# Sex: F
# Birth: 2 SEP 1649 in Hartford, CT
# Death: 31 MAR 1712 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA

Father: Thomas Woodford
Mother: Mary Robert Blott Woodford

Marriage 1 Richard Burke

* Married: 1687


Marriage 2 Judah Wright

* Married: 11 JUL 1706


Marriage 3 Nehemiah Allen b: 1634 in Windsor, Hartford Co, CT

* Married: 21 SEP 1664 in MA

Children

1. Sarah Allen Strong b: 2 MAY 1672
2. Samuel Allen b: 3 JAN 1666 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
3. Nehemiah Allen b: 8 OCT 1667
4. Nehemiah Allen Jr b: 8 OCT 1669 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
5. Thomas Allen b: 17 JAN 1675 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
6. Hannah Allen Dumbleton
7. Ruth Allen Leonard b: 5 JAN 1679 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
8. Child Allen b: 13 AUG 1683 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
9. Silence Allen b: 20 AUG 1684
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Samuel Allen

DWS: Not to be confused with the Samuel Allen 1598 who came to Braintree, MA from England who was the son of George Allen Sr 1578 and Katherine possibly Watts
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DWS: from NEHGS Register, v 136 Apr 1982 p 100
"SAMUEL ALLEN, b. (perhaps near Chelmsford, Essex), England ca. 1608, bur. Windsor 28 Apr. 1648, immigrant probably of the 1630s, in Windsor 1640/1, almost certainly a brother of Thomas Allen of Middleton, Conn. He m., as her first husband [see under her name]."
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DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358
(II) Samuel (2) Allen, son of Samuel (1) Allyn, was baptized in Chelmsford, County of Essex, England, in 1586. He came to America with the original Braintree Company in 1632, as did doubtless the other brothers, and perhaps the parents. Prior to 1644 Samuel Allen removed to Windsor, Connecticut, where he was buried April 28, 1648, aged sixty years. He lived for a time in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and after his removal to Windsor held many public positions of trust. His widow removed to Northampton, Massachusetts, where she married (second) William Hurlburt, and died November 13, 1687. Samuel (2) Allen left a small estate consisting of house and home lot in East Windsor, meadow and farm land, personal property, including a musket and sword, which would indicate military service. Children; Samuel, mentioned below; Nehemiah, married, 1664, Sarah Woodford, sister of Hannah, wife of his brother Samuel, and was the greatgrandfather of General Ethan Allen, of Revolutionary fame, through his son Samuel; John, married Mary Hannum; Rebecca; Mary; Obadiah.
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DWS: from Ancestors of Verna Lawrence Burch
by Ellie Burch elliebu@sprynet.com
on ancestry.com
# Name: Samuel Allen
# Sex: M
# Birth: 1607
# Death: 28 APR 1648 in Windsor, Hartford Co, CT
Father: Unknown Father Allen
Marriage 1 Ann (-----) Allen Hulburt
* Married: ABT 1632 in Dorchester, Suffolk Co, MA
Children
1. Nehemiah Allen b: 1634 in Windsor, Hartford Co, CT
2. Samuel Allen Jr b: 1634 in Dorchester, Suffolk Co, MA
3. John Allen b: in prob Windsor, CT
4. Deacon Obadiah Allen b: ABT 1644 in Windsor, Hartford Co, CT
5. Rebecca Allen
6. Mary Allen
7. Abigail Allen
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DWS:
Came 1632 w/bros Col Matthew & Rev Thos; joined w/Hooker to setle Hartford
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DWS: from Ancestors of Jo Ann & Jim Cornelius
by joannjim joannjim@juno.com on ancestry.com
# Name: Samuel ALLEN
# Sex: M
# Change Date: 06 FEB 2000
# Birth: ABT 1588 in Braintree, Essex Co.,, England
# Burial: 28 APR 1648 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT,
Marriage 1 Ann WHITMORE b: 30 JUL 1611 in Essex Co.,, England
* Married: 09 SEP 1632 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA,
Children
1. Samuel ALLEN b: 10 NOV 1632 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT,
2. Nehemiah ALLEN b: BETWEEN 1634 AND 1637 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT,
3. John ALLEN b: 05 APR 1638 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT,
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DWS: A catalogue of the names of the first Puritan settlers of the colony of Connecticut : with the time of their arrival in the colony and their standing in society, together with their place of residence, as far as can be discovered by the records /c collected from the state and town records by R. R. Hinman.
Hartford: Printed by E. Gleason, 1846 by Royal Ralph Hinman
shown as a juryman at Windsor 1644 - died in 1648
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Ann

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358
"... she married (second) William Hurlburt, and died November 13, 1687.
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DWS: from Ancestors of Verna Lawrence Burch
by Ellie Burch elliebu@sprynet.com
on ancestry.com
shown as Ann ___ Hurlburt (DWS: widow ??)
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DWS: from Ancestors of Jo Ann & Jim Cornelius
by joannjim joannjim@juno.com on ancestry.com
shown as Ann Whitmore
DWS: other sources have Ann Whitmore as the mother of her husband Samuel Allen ??


Rebecca Allen

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358
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Mary Allen

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358
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Thomas Woodford

DWS: The Fulton-Hayden-Warner ancestry in America, New York. T.A. Wright. 1987
by Clarence Ettienne Leonard
shows marriage to Mary Blott in England vs Roxbury, MA in the same book. ???
came to Roxbury in 1632 from whence he removed to Hartford, Conn. , then to Springfield, Mass. and then to Northampton, Mass.
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 3 pg 176
Register of Deaths in Northampton, Ms. From It's First Settlement in 1653 to 1700.
[Communicated by Mr Samuel W Lee of that place.] :
"1666, ... 6 March, Thomas Woodford"


Mary Blott

DWS: The Fulton-Hayden-Warner ancestry in America, New York. T.A. Wright. 1987
by Clarence Ettienne Leonard p. 88
shows death at Northampton, Mass. in 1656
other source gave death in Boston, Mass. 1660 ??
DWS: her mother shown in pg 88 died in Boston in 1659/1660.


Elder John Strong

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, Hingham 1635, among first proprs. wh. drew ho. lots Sept. of that yr. freem. 9 Mar. 1637, next yr. was of Taunton, and count. there as one of the first proprs. made freem. of that jurisdict. 4 Dec. chos. rep. 1641, 2, 3, and 4, as Baylies shows II. 2 and 3, and a juror 1645; three or four yrs. aft. is found at Windsor, and made freem. of Conn. May 1651, unless this were his s. wh. seems very improb. and soon aft. 1661 was inhab. of Northampton. With very gr. doubts as to most of the items, and utter reject. of part most import. in tradit. report. of his com. in the Mary and John to Dorchester with Warham in May 1630, and of the d. of his first w. on the pass. and tak. a sec. w. in 1630, I think it prob. that he brot. John in 1635, and at [p.226] Hingham had Thomas, possib. also ano. ch. wh. d. inf. and that his w. d. there, and that he m. perhaps in 1638, Abigail, d. of Thomas Ford of Dorchester, for in that single yr. is the only ment. of his name as resid. at D. had prob. at Taunton Jedediah. bapt. 14 Apr. 1639, at D. tho. the ch. rec. implies, that the parents liv. at H. Return; Ebenezer; and Abigail; at Windsor, certain. had Eliz. b. 24 Aug. 1647, or 24 Feb. 1648; Experience, 4 Aug. 1650; Samuel, and Joseph, perhaps sometimes call. Josiah, tw. 5 Aug. 1652; Mary, 26 Oct. 1654. At W. he m. 26 Nov. 1656, Mary, only d. of Joseph Clark, had Sarah not on rec. perhaps 1657; Hannah, 30 May 1659; and Esther, 7 June 1661; at Northampton had Thankful, 25 July 1663; and Jerijah, 12 Dec. 1665. Cothren favors him with three more ch. one wh. d. inf. two mos. aft. arr. of f. in 1630; Josiah, wh. d. young, unm. but I distrust the exist. of both; and Sarah, wh. m. 19 Dec. 1675, or 13 Jan. foll. (either of wh. may be thot. more prob. date, than that of fam. tradit. 13 July 1675) Joseph Barnard of Hadley, and next, 1698, Capt. Jonathan Wells of Deerfield. She may hae come betw. Mary and Hannah. On the high authority of Dr. Allen I can find but sixteen ch. beside the inf. wh. d. He was, very likely, b. at Taunton in Co. Somerset, and his f. may have been Richard, and his sis. Elinor may have been w. of Walter Dean; but that he ever liv. at Dorchester is highly improb. for Harris, or any more search. inquirer has not found his name there, bef. or aft. 1638, exc. once as witness to a deed, wh. may have been writ. at Hingham; and it is hardly to be believ. that the same w. wh. bore the two ch. at N. had been taken at D. in 1630. That he was indeed ever resid. at D. aft. 1638, can be surmis. from the trifling incident only, that John Hill was m. at Boston 16 Jan. 1657 to Eliz. Strong by Humphrey Atherton, the Assist. wh. was a Dorchester man. Nor is it more prob. as the tradit. ornaments the story, that he came from Eng. with Warham or accomp. him in 1636 to W. Hitchcock, Parsons, Cothren, Geneal. Reg. VIII. 180, and Emery too easily adm. such relat. in my opin. that relies on the powerful contempo. silence of his br.-in-law, Roger Clap, wh. did come in that sh. and m. a d. of his fellow passeng. Thomas Ford. For the modern origin of these improb. tradit. I presume that, as the ancest. was at Windsor, within twelve yrs. of its settlem. and a s. of his m. a Warham, and as Ford rem. with W. to Windsor the story spread grad. that he had come from Eng. to Dorchester, with W. and accomp. him to his next home in Conn. but the reporters did not consider two points, that many people were of Dorchester, wh. did not come with Warham, and many of Windsor, wh. did not come from Dorchester. In McClure's acco. of sett. of Windsor, writ. in 1797, pr. 1 Mass. Hist. Coll. V. 167, is seen the list of the sixteen male mem. of the ch. of Dorchester that [p.227] went with Warham thither, among wh. is NO Strong. As Roger Clap had m. a d. of Ford two or three yrs. bef. the exodus, the d. wh. bec. the sec. w. of Strong, as it seems to me after it, may have contin. at D. to comfort her sis. and avoid the perils of ano. first planting. He was a tanner, one of the pillars at foundat. of ch. Elder 1663, and his w. d. 6 July 1688, and he d. 14 Apr. 1699, aged 91, says his s. Jerijah, wh. in mod. tradit. is easily corrupt. to 94. Beside Sarah, above ment. Abigail m. 12 Nov. 1673, Rev. Nathaniel Chauncy, and 8 Sept. 1686, deac. Medad Pomeroy; Eliz. m. 17 Mar. or 11 May 1669, Joseph Parsons; Experience m. 27 May 1669, Zerobabel Filer; Mary m. 20 Mar. 1679, John Clark; Hannah m. 15 July 1680, William Clark jr.; Esther m. 15 Oct. 1678, Thomas Bissell, the younger, of Windsor; and Thankful m. a Baldwin of the countless tribes of Milford, as Cothren reports, no doubt from the fam. acco. So there were eight ds. and seven s. of the prosperous tanner, wh. liv. to m. and thirteen of this number were b. to him by the sec. w. Abigail Ford."
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DWS: from Ancestors of Jo Ann & Jim Cornelius
by joannjim joannjim@juno.com on ancestry.com
married to Abigail Ford


William Holton

DWS: from Ancestors of Jo Ann & Jim Cornelius
by joannjim joannjim@juno.com on ancestry.com


Samuel Allyn or Allen

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358
"This an old family name that as Alleyne, Allyn, Allan and Allen existed in England as far back as the thirteenth century. The earliest known ancestor is Alanus De Buchenal, 12721307, who held the Lordship of Buchenal in Staffordshire.
The Allen or Allyn families were very numerous in New England, even in the first years of the settlement of the colonies. They were of English blood for the most part. There were three Allen families in ancient Windsor, Connecticut, one of Scotch ancestry and two of English, both spellings Allen and Allyn being in use. Thomas, Samuel and Matthew Allyn, all brothers, came to this country at the same time. They were sons of Samuel Allyn, of Branton, Devonshire, and of Chelmsford, Essex county, England. Their parents seem to have come over also, but little is known of them. "Ould Mr. Allyn" died at Windsor, September 12, 1675. "Old Mrs. Allyn" died there, August 5, 1649. One or both of these records doubtless pertain to the parents of the Allyns. The descendants of Deacon Thomas and Matthew spelled the name Allyn, while those of Samuel herein traced used the form Allen."


Rev Thomas Allyn or Allen

from brother's notes:
DWS: from NEHGS Register, v 136 Apr 1982 p 100
"SAMUEL ALLEN, b. (perhaps near Chelmsford, Essex), England ca. 1608, bur. Windsor 28 Apr. 1648, immigrant probably of the 1630s, in Windsor 1640/1, almost certainly a brother of Thomas Allen of Middleton, Conn. He m., as her first husband [see under her name]."
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DWS:
Came 1632 w/bros Col Matthew & Rev Thos; joined w/Hooker to setle Hartford


Ann

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358
"... she married (second) William Hurlburt, and died November 13, 1687.
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DWS: from Ancestors of Verna Lawrence Burch
by Ellie Burch elliebu@sprynet.com
on ancestry.com
shown as Ann ___ Hurlburt (DWS: widow ??)
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DWS: from Ancestors of Jo Ann & Jim Cornelius
by joannjim joannjim@juno.com on ancestry.com
shown as Ann Whitmore
DWS: other sources have Ann Whitmore as the mother of her husband Samuel Allen ??


Samuel Allen Jr

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358
"Samuel (3) Allen, eldest child of Samuel (2) Allen, was born 1634, probably in Braintree, and in 1657 settled at Northampton, Massachusetts, where he was assigned a home lot on King street, at the corner of Back lane, now Edwards street. This continued in the possession of his descendants to 1805. He was made a freeman in 1683, and died in Northampton, October 18, 1719. He married, November 29, 1659, Hannah, daughter of Thomas and Mary (Blott) Woodford, of Northampton. Children: Hannah, born February 12, 1661, married Nathan Alexander; Thankful, March 3, 1664, died unmarried; child, died March 22, 1665; Sarah, born July 28, 1668; son, February, 1671; Joseph, September 11, 1672, died in Northampton, December 27, 1703; Chloe, 1674; Samuel, mentioned below; Ebenezer, July 31, 1678; Thomas, February, 1681; Mindwell, February 11, 1683, married (first) Thomas Holton, of Northampton, (second) Daniel Chapin, and died October 21, 1758."
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DWS: from Ancestors of Verna Lawrence Burch
by Ellie Burch elliebu@sprynet.com
on ancestry.com
# Name: Hannah Woodford Allen
# Sex: F
# Birth: ABT 1642 in MA
# Death:
Father: Thomas Woodford
Mother: Mary Robert Blott Woodford
Marriage 1 Samuel Allen Jr b: 1634 in Dorchester, Suffolk Co, MA
* Married: 29 NOV 1659 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
Children
1. Hannah Allen Alexander b: 12 FEB 1660 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
2. Thankful Allen b: 3 MAR 1664
3. Child Allen b: in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
4. Sarah Allen Miller b: 28 JUL 1668 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
5. Son Allen b: 24 FEB 1670 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
6. Joseph Allen b: 11 SEP 1672 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
7. Chloe Allen b: 1674
8. Deacon Samuel Allen III b: 6 JUL 1675
9. Mindwell Allen Holton Chapin b: 11 FEB 1683 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
10. Thomas Allen b: FEB 1681 in Northampton, Hampshire Co, MA
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DWS: from Ancestors of Jo Ann & Jim Cornelius
by joannjim joannjim@juno.com on ancestry.com
shows parents as
Father: Samuel ALLEN b: ABT 1588 in Braintree, Essex Co.,, England
Mother: Ann WHITMORE b: 30 JUL 1611 in Essex Co.,, England
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Hannah Woodford

DWS: from Ancestors of Verna Lawrence Burch
by Ellie Burch elliebu@sprynet.com
on ancestry.com
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DWS: from Ancestors of Jo Ann & Jim Cornelius
by joannjim joannjim@juno.com on ancestry.com
born in Roxbury, MA
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DWS: from ancestry.com family tree of user: julieangelz
Hershenhaus Family Tree (Rice and Wood family)
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/16911175
Hannah Woodford
Birth 1642 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Death 8 Oct 1719 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States
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Thankful Allen

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358-359
died unmarried


Sarah Allen

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358-359


Joseph Allen

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358-359


Chloe Allen

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358-359


Ebenezer Allen

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358-359


Thomas Allen

DWS: Memorial Encyclopedia of the State of Massachusetts by William Richard Cutter 1918
Publisher: American Historical Society Boston pg 358-359


Capt Samuel Welles

DWS: A catalogue of the names of the first Puritan settlers of the colony of Connecticut :
Hartford: Printed by E. Gleason, 1846 by Royal Ralph Hinman: pg 94-95
son of Governor Thomas Welles
"Welles, Capt. Samnel-died in 1675. His children were. Samuel 16 years old, Thomas 14, Sarah 12, Mary 10, Ann 7, and Elizabeth 5. John, son of Samuel, 1664. Edward, 1644. Thomas, son of Thomas, born 1690."
"Welles, Samuel, moved from Wethersfield to Stratford, with three sons-Thomas, Samuel, and another, perhaps other children. He was the son of Gov. Welles. Perhaps the same Capt. Samuel who died in 1675."
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Glastenbury for Two Hundred Years, A Centennial Discourse, May 18th A.D. 1853; Hartford, CT
(Case, Tiffany and Company) 1853, by Rev. Alonzo B. Chapin, D.D. p. 164.
"Samuel, to whom the Gov. [Thomas Welles, his father] gave half his farm in Naubuc, and who d. 1675."
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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:
"SAMUEL [WELLES], Wethersfield, s. prob. youngest [son] of Gov. Thomas [WELLES], by him brot. from Eng. freem. 1657, ens. 1658, lieut 1665, capt. 1670, rep. 1657-62, and 1675, m. 1659, Eliz. d. of John Hollister, had Samuel, b. 13 Apr. 1660; Thomas, 29 July 1662; Sarah, 29 Sept. 1664; Mary, 23 Nov. 1666; Ann, 1668; and Eliz. 1670. By sec. w. Hannah, d. of George Leaberton of New Haven, he had no ch. and d. 15 July 1675. His wid. m. Hon. John Allyn of Hartford. Of his ds. Sarah m. 4 Dec. 1683, Ephraim Hawley of Stratford, and next Agur Tomlinson of the same; Mary, 1695, bec. sec. w. of Samuel Hale, and d. 18 Feb. 1715; Ann m. 19 July 1687, capt. James Steele, and next, 20 Nov. 1718, James Judson, whose first w. was her cousin; and Eliz, m. 4 Apr. 1692, Daniel Shelton of Stratford."
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Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley*, Hartford, CT 1952,(Connecticut Historical Society) by Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman, p. 788
"SAMUEL, Wethersfield, s. prob. youngest of Gov. Thomas, by him brot. from Eng. freem. 1657, ens. 1658, lieut. 1665, capt. 1670, rep. 1657-62, and 1675, m. 1659, Eliz. d. of John Hollister, had Samuel, b. 13 Apr. 1660; Thomas, 29 July 1662; Sarah, 29 Sept. 1664; Mary, 23 Nov. 1666; Ann, 1668; and Eliz. 1670. By sec. w. Hannah, d. of George Lamberton of New Haven, he had no ch. and d. 15 July 1675. His wid. m. Hon. John Allyn of Hartford. Of his ds. Sarah m. 4 Dec. 1683, Ephraim Hawley of Stratford, and next Agur Tomlinson of the same; Mary, 1695, bec. sec. w. of Samuel Hale, and d. 18 Feb. 1715; Ann m. 19 July 1687, capt. James Steele, and next, 20 Nov. 1718, James Judson, whose first w. was her cousin; and Eliz. m. 4 Apr. 1692, Daniel Shelton of Stratford."
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"Welles, Capt. Samuel---died in 1675. His children were, Samuel 16 years old, Thomas 14. Sarah 12, Mary 10, Ann 7, and Elizabeth 5. John, son of Samuel, 1664. Edward, 1644. Thomas, son of Thomas, born 1690." Also: "Welles, Samuel, moved from Wethersfield to Stratford, with three sons---Thomas. Samuel, and another, perhaps other children. He was the son of Gov. Welles. Perhaps the same Capt. Samuel who died in 1675."
R. R. Hinman, *Catalogue of the Names of the First Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut*; Hartford (E. Gleason) 1846, No. 1, p. 94-95
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"The town we now know as Glastonbury [CT] had its beginnings in 1636, when the Wethersfield proprietors bought from the sachem. Sowheag. a large tract of land measuring six miles west of the river, three miles east, and six miles from the north to south. No record of an Indian deed to the tract, which of course included Glastonbury, the "three miles east", have been found, but apparently there was an agreement indicating that some sort of payment had been made, for 65 years later, in 1671, certain Wethersfield and Glastonbury men paid several Indian Leaders 12 yards of "trading cloth" to sign, with their marks, a confirmatory deed to the original sale. This was recorded in the Wethersfield land records and reads, in part, as follows: (P) "..... and six milles in length by the Riuer side on the east side of the said Conecticot Riuer, from Pewter Pott brooke, borth, to the Bounds betwene Weathersfield and Middletowne, south; the said Great Riuer west, the wholle leanth to runn three large milles into the wilderness east; the which lands, as afore said, hath been quietly possessed by the English now for severall yeeres past; but, in as much as there is noe written deed found under the hand of the said Sowheag, which may be an ocasion of trouble hereafter, for the preuention of which, knowing what our predeceassers haue don, and what hee had receiued for the same; and for the consideration of twelue yards of trading cloth, giuen to us a gratuity, by Capt. Samuel Wyllys, Mr. Henry Wollcot, Mr. James Richards, Capt. Samuell Welles [DIRECT ANCESTOR], Mr. Samuel Tallcot [DIRECT ANCESTOR], Mr. John Chester, Mr. James Treat, in the name and behalfe, and for the use of all others, the rest of the seuerall proprietors of the said land with in the limites of the Towneship of Weathersfield, aforesaid: We, Turramugus, Sepannamaw Squaw, daughter to Sowheage; Speunno, Nabowhee, Weesumshie, Waphanck; true heirs of and rightful sucksessers to the aforesaid Sowheage hath fully confirmed, and doe by these presents fully and absolutely confirme the aforesaid grant made by our predeseasser, Sowheage, afore menssioned, enfeeoffed, sett ouer and confirmed ..... To haue and to hold all the aforesaid tract of lands, as they are bounded, with all the meaddowes, pastere, woods, under-woods, mines, mineralls, stones, qurrys, profits, comoditys, priulidges and appertinances, whatsoeuer, that are or may bee to the same belonging."
Marjorie Grant McNulty, *Glastonbury: From Settlement to Suburb*, Glastonbury CT (The Woman's Club of Glastonbury) 1970, p 9-10
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"Captain Samuel Welles, son of Governor Thomas and Elizabeth (Hunt) Welles [wrong for wife: should be Alice TOMES], was born at Rothwell, Northmptonshire, England, about 1630, died at Wethersfield, Connecticut, July 15, 1675. He married (first) in 1659, Elizabeth, daughter of John and Joanna (Treat) Hollister (see Hollister I [here, John (1) HOLLISTER]). Children: 1. Samuel, referred to below [here, under Samuel (2) WELLES]. 2. Thomas, born July 29, 1662, died December 7, 1711; married (first) January 7, 1697, Thankful Root, (second) May 17, 1705, Jerusha Treat. 3. Sarah, born September 29, 1664, died about 1698; married (first) December 4, 1683, Ephraim Hawley, (second) Angers Tomlinson. 4. Mary, born November 23, 1666, died February 18, 1714-15; married, in 1695, Samuel Hale (see Hale II [here, Samuel (2) HALE]). 5. Ann, born in 1668, died in 1739; married (first) July 19, 1687, Captain James Stelle, (second) November 20, 1718, James Judson. 6. Elizabeth, born in 1670; married, April 4, 1692, Daniel Sheldon."
William Richard Cutter, *New England Families*, NY 1913, p 595
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"SAMUEL (*Capt.*) [son of Thomas (2) WELLES], b. about 1629, d. 15 July 1675, prob. Wethersfield, Conn.; m. (1), about 1660, ELIZABETH HOLLISTER, dau. of John Hollister of Wethersfield; and (2), HANNAH LAMBERTON, who survived him and m. (2) COL. JOHN ALLYN. He inherited lands in what is now Glastonbury, Conn. Children (WELLES), born in Wethersfield, by Elizabeth Hollister, (1) *Samuel*, b. 13 Apr. 1660; (2) *Thomas*, b. 29 July 1662; (3) *Sarah*, b. 29 Sept. 1664; (4) *Mary*, b. 23 Mov. 1666; (5) *Ann*, b. in 1668; (6) *Elizabeth*, b. in 1670."
*Ancestry of Colonel John Harrington Stevens and his wife Frances Helen Miller*, compiled for Helen Pendleton (Winston) Pillsbury by Mary Lovering Holman, F.A.S.G., Concord NH 1948, p 445
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Descendants of John Webster, I (Governor) Submitted by Dorothy Ann Schneider
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~rbrown/families/webster.html: pg 93-95


Hannah Lambertson

DWS found as Leaberton and LAMBERTON
DWS: The Hollister family of America, Lieut. John Hollister, of Wethersfield, Conn., and his descendants, 1886 by Lafayette Wallace Case pg 61
shows Lambertson of New Haven, no ch of marriage with Samuel Welles