18th Century Timeline
PersonClaimDateDetailAgeEvidence
Joseph CarverBirth 1700 - 1705Tauton, Massachusetts, United States [S688:88] [S2991:67]
research
Margaret _____Birthabt 1700Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186:316,317]
derivative
Mary JacksonMarriage 2nd1700 ([ after March 27 1698]) [S366] [S2950]
John Bagley
primary
Sgt. Samuel OsbornMarriageabt 1700Abigail Rumsey, Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S366]
secondary
John FilloImmigrationabt 1700 [S595] 33 y
derivative
John FilloEmigrationabt 1700France [S595] 33 y
derivative
Sarah LockwoodMarriage 2ndJan 25, 1699/00Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
Nathaniel Selleck (1678-1712)
derivative
Johann Adolph PetersMarriageFeb 2, 1700Eva Herkenrath, Neunkirchen, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Theodor Wilhelm OrthMarriageFeb 9, 1700Eva Kurtenbach, Neunkirchen, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
John SturgesDeathbef May 1, 1700 ([in 1700])Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S366] [S649]
secondary
John SturgesProbateMay 1, 1700Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2923]
primary
Suzanne DelatourResidenceMay 1700New York City, New York, New York, United States [S296]
witnesses a baptism
research
John FilloResidenceOct 25, 1700Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S595]
bought 4 acres of land from Joseph B. Boutton
derivative
David LyonLivingNov 13, 1700Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186:397,398]
charge of his portion of his father's estate was given to his step-father, John Bagley
derivative
Jane (Claypool)Birth1701 [S1526:153]
derivative
Mary DesboroughDeathabt 1700/01 [S403] [S2035:1]
derivative
James ClaypoolBirthFeb 14, 1701Rockingham, New Castle, Delaware, United States [S1526]
derivative
John HobbyResidenceMay 1701Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
Deputy For Greenwich
derivative
Josiah TaylorBirthOct 17, 1701Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186] [S1493:201] [S1798]
secondary
Conrad BraunMarriageNov 15, 1701Margaretha _____, Neunkirchen, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
William HubbardDeath1702Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S366]
secondary
William HubbardWillOct 10, 1702Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
derivative
William HubbardInventoryNov 7, 1702 [S186]
derivative
William HubbardInventoryNov 7, 1702 [S186]
derivative
Andre’ LamoureuxResidence1702/03New York City, New York, New York, United States [S296]
purchased 32 acres in what is now midtown manhattan
research
Andre’ LamoureuxResidenceabt 1703West Ward of New York City, New York, New York, United States [S296] [S1657]
research
Suzanne DelatourResidence1702/03New York City, New York, New York, United States [S296]
research
Suzanne DelatourResidence1703New York City, New York, New York, United States [S296]
research
Daniel LamoureuxResidence1702/03New York City, New York, New York, United States [S296]
research
Daniel LamoureuxResidenceabt 1703West Ward of New York City, New York, New York, United States [S296] [S1657]
research
Andre’ LamoureuxOccupation1702/03ship's master [S296]
research
John HobbyFlourishedJan 11, 1703Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S411]
sold land to his son, Benjamin
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Andre’ LamoureuxResidenceJan 13, 1703New York City, New York, New York, United States [S296]
witnessed marriage
research
Johann Peter RothMarriageJan 31, 1703Katharina Kurtenbach, Neunkirchen, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Samuel FoxMarriageMar 25, 1703Margaret Stebbins [S2075:7,25]
derivative
Mary BurnhamMarriage 2ndApr 9, 1703Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3012:125]
Eben Merrill
research
James ClaypooleResidenceJun 20, 1703New Castle, Delaware, United States [S1829]
three children were baptized there (the father was baptized there later)
secondary
Daniel MarshallMarriage 1stJun 23, 1703Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S411:607]
Abigail Butler, the daughter of Walter Butler
derivative
Ebenezer PrindleFlourishingJul 4, 1703Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
admitted to church
secondary
Elizabeth HobbyFlourishingJul 4, 1703Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
admitted to church
secondary
Benjamin PrindleBaptismJul 4, 1703Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
secondary
Ann WrightDeathAug 5, 1703 [S3012:121]
research
Mary AllynDeathDec 14, 1703 [S366] [S750:9,10,11]
secondary
Abigail RumseyAdult ChristeningDec 26, 1703Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
Fairfield Church
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Samuel FoxFlourished1704New London, Connecticut, United States [S2075:19]
named in the Patent of New London
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Thomas BennettDeath1704Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186] [S366]
secondary
Ebenezer PrindleDeedJan 19, 1703/04Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
Ebenezer PrindleSurveyMar 11, 1703/04Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
Capt. John OsbornResidenceMay 1704Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
Deputy to Connecticut Legislature
derivative
Capt. John OsbornMilitaryMay 1704Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
appointed to the rank of Captain in the Fairfield County Troop
derivative
Capt. John Taylor of NorthamptonDeathMay 13, 1704Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States [S688:149] [S1781:142]
killed by Indians while in pursuit of them after they attacked the Pascommuck farmers
primary
Thomas BennettInventoryJun 17, 1704Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S2937]
primary
Thomas BennettInventoryJun 17, 1704Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S2937]
primary
Thomas BennettFlourishedJun 19, 1704Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2937]
aggreement between the heirs of Thomas Bennett Sr.
primary
Elizabeth ThompsonLivingJun 19, 1704Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
agreement between the heirs of Thomas Bennett Sr.
derivative
Samuel FoxBirthabt 1705Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2438]
secondary
Abigail KingslandFlourishing1705Norwich, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
admitted to the church
secondary
Robert McFarlandMarriage1705Janet (McFarland), Ireland [S2901]
derivative
Margaret _____Death1705 [S186] [S366]
secondary
Susanna TreatDeath1705Connecticut, United States [S3006]
research
Hannah UpsonDeath1705Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S1043:5,6]
derivative
Benjamin HickoxLivingMar 6, 1704/05Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S1044:7,8]
he received from the distribution of his father's estate
derivative
Andre’ LamoureuxFlourishedaft Mar 15, 1705 [S296]
impressed into the British Navy to serve as captain of the merchantman aboard the ship Triton's Prize
research
Margaret _____InventoryMar 23, 1705 [S186]
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Margaret _____InventoryMar 23, 1705 [S186]
derivative
Capt. John OsbornMilitaryMay 1705Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
appointed to the rank of Captain in west company
derivative
Elizabeth SnowBirthMay 5, 1705Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2991:67]
derivative
Elizabeth AldenDeathMay 8, 1705Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2994:4]
research
John LoomisMarriageAug 30, 1705Esther Gillett, East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2970:435] [S2971:121]
derivative
Benjamin SnowMarriage 2ndOct 25, 1705Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2984] [S2994:31]
Sarah Allen widow of Jonathan Cary
secondary
Eleazer SturgesBirthabt Feb 1705/06Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
secondary
Eleazer SturgesChristeningMar 3, 1705/06Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186] [S2053]
secondary
Andre’ LamoureuxFlourishedMay 4, 1706 [S296] [S1657]
discharged from British Navy
research
Andre’ LamoureuxLivingMay 4, 1706New York, United States [S296]
research
Francis BrownFlourished1707Rye, Westchester, New York, United States [S186:105,106] [S710]
gave conveyances
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John HobbyDeath1707 ([ before 24 April])Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S362] [S366]
Mead list his death as May 1707, but his estate was inventoried on April 24, 1707, and probated two days later. Jacobus claims April 24, 1707 was also the date of his will, but this seems doubtful.
secondary
Abigail OsbornBirthabt Apr 1707Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
secondary
John HobbyInventoryApr 24, 1707Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S398]
derivative
John HobbyInventoryApr 24, 1707Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S398]
derivative
Abigail OsbornChristeningApr 27, 1707Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186] [S2053]
secondary
Anna Margaretha RothBirthOct 2, 1707Niederwennerscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
William SnowDeathJan 31, 1708Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2994:30]
research
Deliverance BennettMarriageMar 5, 1708Mary Bigg [S155] [S186]
derivative
John FilloResidenceMar 31, 1707/08Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S595]
bought land in the Indian Field
derivative
John FilloResidenceSep 1707/08Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S595]
received deed
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Thomas BennettResidence1709Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
derivative
William BennettBirthJan 8, 1708/09Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
Mary DobbsBirthJan 13, 1709Dobbs Ferry, Westchester, New York, United States [S1664]
derivative
Thankful FrenchChristeningJan 23, 1708/09Stratfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186] [S188] [S2053]
secondary
Ebenezer PrindleDeedMar 2, 1709Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
Capt. John OsbornResidenceMay 1709Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
Deputy to Connecticut Legislature
derivative
Capt. John OsbornResidenceJun 1709Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
Deputy to Connecticut Legislature
derivative
Capt. John OsbornDeathJul 15, 1709Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186]
derivative
John PixleyBirthOct 22, 1709 [S2059:10,15]
derivative
Capt. John OsbornProbateDec 5, 1709Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2925]
primary
Robert SnedenBirthabt 1710Westchester, New York, United States [S1664]
derivative
Benjamin PrindleMoved1709/10Newtown, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
Ebenezer PrindleLand SaleMar 6, 1709/10Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
Sarah BennettFlourishedApr 28, 1710 [S186]
appointed guardian of Joseph and Elizabeth Rumsey
derivative
Ebenezer PrindleDeedMay 1710Newtown, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
Sgt. Samuel FrenchFlourishedSep 12, 1710 [S186]
assigned guardian of Elizabeth Wakeman
derivative
Robert RumseyWillNov 28, 1710 [S186]
derivative
John FilloMarriagebef Dec 29, 1710Sarah (Fillow) [S595]
derivative
John FilloResidenceDec 29, 1710Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S595]
granted a seat in the meeting house
derivative
Kingsland ComstockMarriagebef 1711Mary Atwell [S2056:3,7]
derivative
Abigail HarrisBirthMay 17, 1711New London, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2053] [S2080:41,46]
secondary
Capt. Nathaniel WhiteWillAug 16, 1711Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States [S3022]
memoir
Capt. Nathaniel WhiteDeathAug 27, 1711Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut, United States [S3019] [S3022] 82 y
secondary
Ebenezer PrindlePositionSep 24, 1711Surveyor of Highways, Newtown, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
Ebenezer PrindleSelectmanDec 4, 1711Newtown, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
David LyonLivingApr 1, 1712Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186:397,398]
chose his step-father, John Bagley as his guardian
derivative
John MarshallWillMay 3, 1712Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2929]
primary
John MarshallDeath May 3, 1712 - May 14, 1712 [S366:490] [S411:607-612]
secondary
John MarshallInventoryMay 14, 1712Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2929]
primary
John MarshallWill ProvedJun 3, 1712Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2929]
primary
John MarshallWill ProvedJun 3, 1712Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2929]
primary
Abigail EllsworthBirthSep 14, 1712 [S2971:141]
derivative
Sgt. Samuel FrenchLivingNov 2, 1712Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
renewed church covenant
secondary
Robert RumseyDeathbef Nov 20, 1712 ([in 1712])Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S366]
secondary
Robert RumseyInventoryNov 20, 1712Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2949]
primary
Robert RumseyInventoryNov 20, 1712Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2949]
primary
Rachel FrostLivingNov 20, 1712Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2949]
returned her husband's inventory into court
primary
Samuel RogersWillDec 8, 1712 [S2055:176]
derivative
Daniel LamoureuxResidence1713New York City, New York, New York, United States [S296]
apprenticed as a cordwainer (bootmaker)
research
Paltiah ElderkinDeathFeb 21, 1713 [S366] [S2056:3]
secondary
Ebenezer PrindleLand SaleMay 17, 1713Newtown, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
John LoomisBirthSep 12, 1713East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2971:121,141]
derivative
Bethiah ComstockDeathSep 21, 1713 [S2056:3]
derivative
Peter BodenBaptismOct 15, 1713Welschbillig, Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S1090]
witnesses: Peter Boden, Welschbillig; Regina Lehnen, Idenheim
derivative
Ebenezer PrindleDeedNov 18, 1713Newtown, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
Sarah LawrenceDeathNov 25, 1713Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States [S2059:7]
derivative
Samuel RogersDeathDec 1, 1713New London, New London, Connecticut, United States [S366:634] [S2055:176] [S2082:58]
secondary
Catherine FillowBirthbef 1714Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S595]
derivative
Benjamin HickoxMarriage 2ndFeb 3, 1713/14Sarah Lockwood, Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S614]
derivative
Lt. John TaylorResidenceMar 1, 1713/14Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1493:106]
Given permission to build a house on the Sabbath
derivative
Eva Maria OrthBirthMar 15, 1714Niederwennerscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
John WhiteMarriageAug 27, 1714Sarah Carter, Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3013:673]
research
Mary BrownDeathbef Dec 1, 1714Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S710]
derivative
Gideon HurlbutFlourishedDec 1, 1714Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186:316,317] [S710]
appointed guardian of his brother Elijah
derivative
John WittMovedbef 1715Henrico, Virginia, United States [S347]
derivative
Katherine EvansBirth1715County Tyrone, Northern Ireland [S101] [S207]
memoir
Daniel ComstockBirthabt 1715New London, Connecticut, United States [S2055:132]
derivative
Benjamin HickoxResidence1715Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1043:11-13]
derivative
Heinrich PetersMarriage 1stFeb 19, 1715Neunkirchen, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
Anna Katharine Klein (d. 3 Sep 1728, Stein, Germany)
derivative
John WhiteBirthApr 11, 1715Ireland [S1519]
derivative
Sgt. Samuel FrenchFlourishingJul 17, 1715(Stratfield), Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S188]
sued for not finishing building the metting house
research
John WittResidenceSep 14, 1715Henrico, Virginia, United States [S347] [S788]
he and his brother William bought 300 acres from Charles Hudson
research
Katherine EvansImmigrationaft 1715 [S101]
derivative
Katherine EvansEmigrationaft 1715Ireland [S101]
derivative
Lt. Gershom LockwoodFlourishedOct 2, 1716 [S186]
signed a prenuptial agreement with Elizabeth Thompson
derivative
Sarah NewberryDeathOct 4, 1716Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States [S712]
She is called deceased in her husband's will of 1719
66 y
secondary
John SturgesFlourishedDec 4, 1716 [S186]
appointed guardian of Francis Bradley
derivative
Robert McFarlandBirthabt 1717Ireland [S2901]
derivative
Rachel FrostDeathabt 1717Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S366]
secondary
Lt. John TaylorMilitaryMay 1717 [S186]
appointed to the rank of Quarter-Master in the Fairfield County Troop
derivative
Stephen WebsterMarriageJun 6, 1717Mary Burnham, Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3008:11-12] [S3011:29] [S3012:125]
research
David LyonFlourishedAug 2, 1718Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186:397,398]
gave receipt to his uncle Samuel
derivative
Lt. John TaylorMilitaryOct 1718 [S186]
appointed to the rank of Lieutenant in the Fairfield County Troop
derivative
Abigail HickoxBirthNov 1, 1718Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1043:11-13,30-31]
derivative
Abigail HickoxChristeningNov 13, 1718Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1043:11-13]
derivative
Janet (McFarland)Immigrationabt 1719Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
derivative
Janet (McFarland)Emigrationabt 1719Ireland [S2901]
derivative
Robert McFarlandImmigrationabt 1719Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
derivative
Robert McFarlandEmigrationabt 1719Ireland [S2901]
derivative
Lt. John TaylorResidenceJan 9, 1718/19Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1493:107]
voted against repairng the old meeting house
derivative
Lt. Gershom LockwoodDeathMar 12, 1718/19Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S189] [S2438] 77 y
secondary
Preserved ClappWillMar 19, 1718/19Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2946]
He named all his living sons and daughters in his will, and left legacies to all of then EXCEPT Wait - she had moved to Connecticut 20 years prior, still ...
primary
Benjamin HickoxFlourishedMar 28, 1718/19 [S186]
agreement among Gershom Lockwood's heirs
derivative
Sarah LockwoodFlourishedMar 28, 1718/19 [S186]
agreement among Gershom Lockwood's heirs
derivative
Lt. Gershom LockwoodProbateApr 1, 1719 [S186]
derivative
Nicolas DahmMarriagebef May 21, 1719Catharina Jacobs [S1089]
secondary
Daniel LamoureuxMarriage 1stJun 28, 1719Jeanne Masse’, New York City, New York, New York, United States [S296] [S1657]
research
Joannes Gerhardus HombachMarriageJul 22, 1719Anna Christinae Arendtin, Gebhardshain, Altenkirchen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S2679]
secondary
Lt. John TaylorFlourishedDec 28, 1719Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
was conveyed land by Samuel Finch
derivative
Esther DunnBirthabt 1720Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
derivative
David HaleyBirthabt 1720King & Queen, Virginia, United States [S197]
secondary
Ens. Thomas JohnBirthabt 1720Wales [S2699:673]
His eldest son, William John, was born about 1738 (according to his tombstone)
memoir
David HumphreyBirth1720New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States [S2046:908] [S2052:155] [N125]
secondary
Suzanne DelatourLiving1720 [S1657]
appears as godmother for eldest grandchild, Daniel
derivative
Jeanne Masse’Moved1720Dutchess, New York, United States [S296]
research
Daniel LamoureuxMoved1720Dutchess, New York, United States [S296]
research
Suzanne DelatourDeath1720New York City, New York, New York, United States [S296]
research
Janet (McFarland)ResidenceAug 14, 1720Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
daughter Rebekah McFarland was baptized
derivative
Robert McFarlandResidenceAug 14, 1720Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
daughter Rebekah McFarland was baptized
derivative
Preserved ClappDeathSep 22, 1720Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States [S712] 77 y
secondary
David LyonBirthabt 1721 [S155]
derivative
John BurnhamWillApr 12, 1721Podunk, Connecticut, United States [S3012:125]
research
John BurnhamDeathApr 20, 1721Podunk, Connecticut, United States [S3012:125]
research
Mary CaitlinDeathMay 1721Connecticut, United States [S3011:29,60]
research
John BurnhamWill ProvedMay 2, 1721Podunk, Connecticut, United States [S3012:125]
research
John BurnhamInventoryMay 15, 1721Podunk, Connecticut, United States [S3012:125]
research
John BurnhamInventoryMay 15, 1721Podunk, Connecticut, United States [S3012:125]
research
Mary (Humphrey)Birth1722New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States [S2046:908]
secondary
Moses FargoLivingabt 1722Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2055:129]
derivative
Robert McFarlandResidence1722Donegal Township, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
derivative
Wait ClappDeathJan 29, 1721/22Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S366:730] [S1493:201] [S1798] [S2438] 51 y
secondary
Benjamin PrindleResidenceApr 23, 1722Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S411]
bought land from Nathaniel Worden
derivative
Elizabeth (Lyon)LivingJun 4, 1722Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2952]
mentioned in her husband's Will
primary
David LyonWillJun 4, 1722West Parish, Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155:600] [S186:397,398] [S2952]
primary
David LyonLivingJun 4, 1722Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2952]
said to be under 21 years in his father's will
primary
David LyonDeath Jun 4, 1722 - Feb 4, 1723/24Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155:600] [S186:397,398] [S2952]
primary
Kingsland ComstockDeathbef Sep 1, 1722Uncasville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2056:3,7] [S2057:6,12]
derivative
Martha HurlbutBirth1723Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
Sarah BennettWillSep 27, 1723 [S186]
derivative
Timothy WebsterBirthOct 20, 1723Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2824] [S2996]
secondary
Sarah WhiteBaptismNov 22, 1723Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3013:673]
research
Daniel LamoureuxMoved 1724 - 1726New Rochelle, Westchester, New York, United States [S1657]
derivative
John HumphreyTax List1724New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States
Edward M. Ruttenber, "History of the Town of New Windsor, Orange County, New York", p 100 (https://archive.org/details/historyoftownofn00rutte)
unknown
Robert McFarlandTax List1724Donegal Township, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
Donegal Township formed from a portion of Conestoga Township, Lancaster County in 1723.
derivative
Thankful WoodwardLiving1724 [S366:729]
secondary
Stephen WebsterDeath1724Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3012:125]
research
David LyonProbateFeb 4, 1723/24Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155:600] [S186:397,398] [S2952]
primary
Eleazer SturgesMarriageApr 23, 1724Abigail Osborn, Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186]
derivative
John HumphreyLand PurchaseMay 23, 1724Little Britian, New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States [S2046:984] [S2062:215]
bought a 150 acres on Patrick Hume's Patent
secondary
Robert FargoMarriageJul 22, 1724Sarah Camp, New London, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
secondary
Abigail RumseyDeathAug 5, 1724Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S366] [S2438] 44 y
secondary
Richard DartDeathSep 24, 1724New London, Connecticut, United States [S2055:455] [S2058:367] 89 y
derivative
Sgt. Samuel OsbornMarriage 2ndNov 4, 1724Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186]
Hannah Couch (1699-1774)
derivative
Benjamin PrindleFlourishedDec 3, 1724 [S2035:31]
was appointed administrator of his brother estate in his brother's will (Enos).
derivative
Ann CawthornBirthabt 1725Goochland, Virginia, United States
no source
Dea. Robert FargoBirthabt 1725Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2055:129]
derivative
William WadeBirth1725Goochland, Goochland, Virginia, United States
no source
Joseph PixleyMovedabt 1725Housatonic, Massachusetts, United States [S2059:10]
derivative
John HumphreyLand Purchase1724/25Little Britian, New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States [S2062:214]
bought a 250 acres farm on Andrew Johnson's Patent
derivative
Robert McFarlandTax List1725Donegal Township, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
derivative
David SturgesBirthFeb 2, 1724/25Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
David SturgesChristeningMar 14, 1724/25Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S303] [S2053]
secondary
Eleazer SturgesChurch AdmissionMar 14, 1724/25Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
renewed church covenant
secondary
Abigail OsbornChurch AdmissionMar 14, 1724/25Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
renewed church covenant
secondary
Joseph CarverMarriageMay 4, 1725Elizabeth Snow, Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2984] [S2991:67]
secondary
Robert FargoFlourishingMay 16, 1725New London, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2053]
made open profession of faith & was baptized
secondary
Phebe (Lamoureux)BirthJun 2, 1725New York, United States [S2892]
secondary
Margaret StebbinsChurch AdmissionJul 4, 1725North Parish, Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2055:365] [S2080:41]
secondary
Hannah MarshallBirthAug 6, 1725Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S411:607]
derivative
Sgt. Samuel OsbornFlourishedOct 24, 1725 [S2053]
renewed his covenant
secondary
Sgt. Samuel OsbornFlourishedOct 27, 1725 [S186]
renewed his covenant
derivative
Benjamin PrindleBirthabt 1726 ([1726 - 1733])Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1070:253] [S1656] [S2930]
he would have been between 21 and 50 years old in 1776
when his grandfather died in 1740 he listed his son, Benjamin (d. 1733), as deceased and all of that son's children as under 26 years of age
primary
Sarah (Fargo)Living1726New London, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2058:373]
derivative
David HaleyResidence1726King William, Virginia, United States [S197]
secondary
Edward HaleyResidence1726King William, Virginia, United States [S197]
secondary
Daniel LamoureuxResidence1726New Rochelle, Westchester, New York, United States [S296]
research
Robert McFarlandTax List1726Donegal Township, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
derivative
Jeanne Masse’Residence1726New Rochelle, Westchester, New York, United States [S296]
research
Catherine (Haley)Residence1726King William, Virginia, United States [S197]
secondary
Moses FargoLiving1726New London, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2058:373]
derivative
Moses FargoDeath1726Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2055:129]
derivative
Sarah BennettDeath1726 [S186]
derivative
Sarah BennettProbateFeb 2, 1725/26 [S186]
derivative
Gideon HurlbutFlourishedFeb 9, 1725/26 [S186:316,317] [S710]
conveyed land in Woodbury
derivative
Pierre LamoureuxBirthSep 3, 1726New Rochelle, Westchester, New York, United States [S296] [S1657] [S1658] [S2892]
secondary
Pierre LamoureuxChristeningOct 2, 1726New Rochelle Angelican Church, New Rochelle, Westchester, New York, United States [S296] [S1657]
research
Jacob ComptonBirthabt 1727 [S1070:253] [S1967:760] [S2008] [N122]
primary
Edward HaleyResidence1727Spottsylvania, Virginia, United States [S197]
received a patent for a 980 acres plantation
secondary
Catherine (Haley)Moved1727Spottsylvania, Virginia, United States [S197]
secondary
David HaleyMoved1727Spottsylvania, Virginia, United States [S197]
secondary
Edward HaleyMoved1727Spottsylvania, Virginia, United States [S197]
secondary
Daniel MarshallDeath1727Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S411:607]
derivative
Samuel FoxWillApr 6, 1727Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2075:19]
derivative
Samuel FoxAdult ChristeningApr 30, 1727Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2080:41]
secondary
Margaret StebbinsAdult ChristeningApr 30, 1727Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2080:41]
secondary
Joannes Carolus DahmBirthMay 1, 1727Idenheim, Bitburg-Prüm, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S1089]
secondary
Daniel MarshallInventoryMay 25, 1727Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2928]
primary
Daniel MarshallInventoryMay 25, 1727Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2928]
primary
Hannah _____ResidenceMay 25, 1727Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2928]
she is listed as the wife of Daniel Marshall in the distribution of his estate, which occured sometime after his inventory
primary
Samuel FoxDeathSep 4, 1727Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S366:281] [S2055:365] [S2058:370] [S2438] 76 y
secondary
Samuel FoxProbateSep 6, 1727Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2075:19]
derivative
Sgt. Samuel FrenchFlourished1728 [S186]
cheif heir in his uncle Jonathan Pitman's will
derivative
Heinrich PetersMarriageOct 24, 1728Eva Maria Groß, Seelscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Robert McFarlandResidence1729Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
signed petition that another county be formed from the Northern Part of Chester (that part now Lancaster)
derivative
James ClaypoolLand SaleFeb 4, 1729Sussex, Delaware, United States [S1526:153]
deeded land to Joseph Hoggard (Haszard)
derivative
John LoomisWillJun 18, 1729Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2439:JL1729] [S2971:121] [S2976:JL1729]
primary
John LoomisCodicilJun 20, 1729Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2976]
primary
Josiah TaylorMarriageAug 2, 1729Thankful French, Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186] [S1493:217-218] [S1798]
by Stephen Buckingham
secondary
Anna Elizabeth PetersBirthSep 9, 1729Stein, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Joseph PixleyMovedabt 1730Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2059:10]
derivative
John SturgesWillMar 12, 1729/30 [S186]
derivative
Samuel FoxMarriageNov 12, 1730Abigail Harris, Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2053] [S2080:41,46]
secondary
William McFarlandBirthabt 1731Ireland [S102]
derivative
Johann Nikolaus WagnerBirthabt 1731Gondorf, Bitburg-Prüm, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S812]
secondary
Anne Marie GirtenBirthabt 1731Sefferweich, Bitburg-Prüm, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S812]
secondary
Johann Wimar BroscheidAdult ChristeningJun 24, 1731Pinn, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, German, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S1087]
since he married 4 years later, I assume this was an adult christening
derivative
John WittResidenceSep 17, 1731Virginia, United States [S347] [S788]
granted 400 acres of land
research
John HumphreyDeedDec 6, 1731Little Britian, New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States [S2062:214]
took his deed on the farm he purchased in 1724/25
derivative
John WittTax List1732King William Parish, Goochland, Virginia, United States [S788]
research
John WittTax List1732King William Parish, Goochland, Virginia, United States [S788]
research
Benjamin HickoxFlourishedFeb 14, 1732Wilton, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1043:11-13]
appointed 1st Deacon of the Wilton Church
derivative
John LoomisDeathNov 20, 1732Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2970:435] [S2971:121]
derivative
John LoomisInventoryNov 28, 1732Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2976]
primary
John LoomisInventoryNov 28, 1732Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2976]
primary
Sgt. Samuel FrenchWillDec 22, 1732 [S186] [S188]
research
Sgt. Samuel FrenchDeathDec 23, 1732Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S188] [S2053]
secondary
Robert SnedenMarriagebef 1733Mary Dobbs, Westchester, New York, United States [S1664]
derivative
Jeanne Masse’Movedaft 1732Westchester, New York, United States [S296]
research
John WittTax List1733King William Parish, Goochland, Virginia, United States [S788]
research
Daniel LamoureuxMovedaft 1732Westchester, New York, United States [S296]
research
Pierre LamoureuxMovedaft 1732Westchester, New York, United States [S296]
research
Benjamin PrindleDeath1733Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
Sgt. Samuel FrenchWill ProvedJan 14, 1732/33 [S188]
research
Sgt. Samuel FrenchWill ProvedJan 14, 1732/33 [S188]
research
Katharina KurtenbachMarriage 2ndFeb 17, 1733Happerschoß, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
Johannes Wallraff Junkersfeld (1690 - 11 May 1746)
derivative
John LoomisMarriageApr 5, 1733Abigail Ellsworth, East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2970:438] [S2971:141]
derivative
Joannis Petri HombachBirthJul 12, 1733Gebhardshain, Altenkirchen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S2685]
secondary
William BennettMarriageAug 1733Abigail Hickox, Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
John FilloDeathbef Dec 13, 1733 ([in 1733]) [S595] [S2924] 66 y
primary
Prudence StantonBirthabt 1734 [S2055:129]
derivative
John WittTax List1734King William Parish, Goochland, Virginia, United States [S788]
research
John WittResidence1734King William Parish, Henrico, Virginia, United States [S347]
taxed for 3 tithes
derivative
John FilloInventoryJan 7, 1733/34 [S595] [S2924]
primary
John FilloInventoryJan 7, 1733/34 [S595] [S2924]
primary
Johann Heinrich KurtenbachMarriageJan 23, 1734Anna Margaretha Roth, Neunkirchen, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Benjamin PrindleInventoryFeb 6, 1733/34Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
Benjamin PrindleInventoryFeb 6, 1733/34Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31]
derivative
Peter BodenMarriageFeb 17, 1734Margareta Hohnen Kappes, Welschbillig, Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S1090]
derivative
John WittResidenceApr 28, 1734King William Parish, Goochland, Virginia, United States [S347] [S788]
sold 400 acres bought in 1731
research
Elizabeth KirkpatrickBirthabt 1735Wales [S102]
derivative
Dea. Jonathan WebsterDeath1735Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3008:11-12]
research
Johann Wilhelm PetersMarriageFeb 14, 1735Eva Maria Orth, Neunkirchen, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Sarah (Fillow)FlourishedFeb 26, 1734/35 [S595]
gave to John Fillow Jr., her right in John Fillow's estate
derivative
Johann Wimar BroscheidMarriageApr 3, 1735Eva Catharina Steeger, Niederwennerscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S1087]
derivative
Daniel LamoureuxResidence1736Phillipsburg, New York, United States [S296]
research
Daniel LamoureuxLiving1736Bedford, Westchester, New York, United States [S1657]
derivative
Pierre LamoureuxResidence1736Phillipsburg, New York, United States [S296]
research
Jeanne Masse’Residence1736Phillipsburg, New York, United States [S296]
research
Daniel ComstockMarriageJul 7, 1736Mary Chapel, Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2056:7,17] [S2057:12,25]
derivative
Luke LoomisBirthOct 15, 1736Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2970:438] [S2971:141,157]
derivative
Elisha ComstockBirthMay 3, 1737New London, Connecticut, United States [S2056:17,37] [S2057:25,52]
derivative
Anna Margaretha KurtenbachBirthSep 1, 1737Niederwennerscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Thomas JelliffMarriage1738Catherine Fillow, Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2] [S6] [S8]
memoir
David HumphreyMilitary1738New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States [S2062:46]
derivative
John HumphreyMilitary1738New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States [S2062:46]
derivative
Anna BodenBaptismAug 4, 1738Welschbillig, Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S1090]
witnesses: Anna Kappes of Weiler and Christian Lichter of Trimport
derivative
Benjamin SnowWillSep 12, 1738Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2993:136]
secondary
Abigail HarrisChurch Admission1739Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2053] [S2080:41]
secondary
Margaret StebbinsFlourished1739Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2080:41]
church member
secondary
Experience CarverBirthMay 2, 1739Bridgewater, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States [S688:88] [S2981:65] [S2991:67]
secondary
Robert McFarlandSurveyMay 3, 1739Lancester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2590:RM1]
date of warrant
secondary
Jeanne Masse’DeathAug 1739Bedford, Westchester, New York, United States [S296]
research
Samuel Coleman MorrissBirth1740
no source
Ebenezer PrindleWillJun 26, 1740Newtown, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2035:31] [S2930]
primary
Ebenezer PrindleDeath Jun 26, 1740 - Aug 8, 1740Newtown, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S366] [S403] [S2035:1] [S2930]
primary
Ebenezer PrindleInventoryAug 16, 1740Newtown, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2930]
Connecticut, Wills and Probate Records, 1609-1999 for Ebenezer Prindle - Hartford
primary
Ebenezer PrindleInventoryAug 16, 1740Newtown, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2930]
Connecticut, Wills and Probate Records, 1609-1999 for Ebenezer Prindle - Hartford
primary
Capt. Ahijah TaylorBirthSep 22, 1740Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1798]
secondary
Anna FoxBirthOct 30, 1740Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2055:365] [S2056:37] [S2057:52]
derivative
Thomas JelliffFlourishing1741Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S595]
appears in the land records so was presumably an adult.
derivative
James ClaypoolDeed1741Sussex, Delaware, United States [S1526:153]
Joseph Wyatt of Maryland deeded him 200 acres on Bracey's Branch
derivative
Abigail HubbellLiving1741(Stratfield), Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S188] [S2935]
research
Abigail HubbellResidenceFeb 12, 1740/41(Stratfield), Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
conveyed land she had received from her father
derivative
Maria Katharina BeckerBaptismMar 11, 1741St. Laurentius, Welschbillig, Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S1090]
derivative
Anna _____DeathAug 28, 1741Welschbillig, Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S1090] [S2689]
secondary
David JohnBirthabt 1742Wales [S2699:673]
He was the 3rd child. The 5th child died while crossing the Atlantic.
memoir
James ClaypoolDeed1742Sussex, Delaware, United States [S1526:153]
Peter Dale deeded him land
derivative
John PixleyFlourishedMar 8, 1741/42Sheffield, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2059:15]
elected as a collector of the second church of Sheffield
derivative
James ClaypooleLand SaleMay 3, 1742Lewes, Sussex, Delaware, United States [S1823]
sold land adjoining his deceased step-father Nehemiah Field to Jahn Maull
derivative
Johann Adolph PetersDeathAug 11, 1742Oberwennerscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Thomas JelliffResidenceSep 5, 1742Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S688]
listed at the baptism of their daughter Anne.
research
Catherine FillowResidenceSep 5, 1742Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S688]
listed at the baptism of their daughter Anne.
research
Maria NeisicsBirth1743Neidenbach, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany [S812]
secondary
Johannes GavelerBirth1743Neidenbach, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany [S812]
secondary
Dea. Eleazer CarverWill1743Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2991:57]
derivative
Benjamin SnowDeathMay 28, 1743Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2992] [S2994:31]
secondary
Benjamin SnowWill ProvedJun 6, 1743Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2993:136]
secondary
Benjamin SnowInventoryJun 20, 1743Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2993:136]
secondary
Benjamin SnowInventoryJun 20, 1743Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2993:136]
secondary
Theodor Wilhelm OrthDeathOct 11, 1743Niederwennerscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Isabella WyleyBirthabt 1744 [S2438]
secondary
John SturgesDeath1744Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
John SturgesProbateJan 5, 1743/44 [S186]
derivative
Dea. Eleazer CarverDeathJan 25, 1744Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2981] [S2986] [S2989:147] [S2991:57] 75 y
secondary
Mary _____FlourishedApr 23, 1744Middle Spring Presbyterian Church, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1237]
accused of immodest behavior with James Mountgomery
The Middle Spring Presbyterian Church was located just south of Hopewell Township
secondary
Mary _____FlourishedMay 11, 1744Middle Spring Presbyterian Church, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1237]
witnesses speak about the accusation of immodest behavior with James Mountgomery
secondary
Daniel LamoureuxMovedJun 1744Cortland Manor (Yorktown), Westchester, New York, United States [S296]
research
Daniel LamoureuxMarriage 2ndJun 9, 1744 [S1657:6]
Aatlie Storms, the widow of Frederick Bancker
derivative
Daniel LamoureuxMarriage 2ndJun 9, 1744 [S1657]
Aatlie Stomes
derivative
Mary _____FlourishedJun 25, 1744Middle Spring Presbyterian Church, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1237]
cleared of accussation of immodest behavior with James Mountgomery
secondary
John LaysonFlourishedJun 25, 1744Middle Spring Presbyterian Church, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1237]
commented about the accussation of immodest behavior between his mother Mary Layson and James Mountgomery
secondary
Lt. John TaylorWillOct 9, 1744Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S1793]
secondary
Lt. John TaylorDeathNov 18, 1744Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186] [S366:730] [S1493:201] [S1798] [S2438] 77 y
secondary
Lt. John TaylorInventoryDec 10, 1744Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1793]
filed Dec 18, 1744
secondary
Lt. John TaylorInventoryDec 10, 1744Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1793]
filed Dec 18, 1744
secondary
John LaysonBirthabt 1745Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1270:529]
must have been at least 21 years in 1766 when west side application filed
secondary
Benjamin PrindleMarriageabt 1745Hannah Marshall, Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S411:607]
derivative
Thomas JelliffResidence1745Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S595]
derivative
David JohnImmigrationabt 1745Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2699:673] [S2704:77]
The source say that they came about 1745, but his eldest sibling was born about 1743. David was the 3rd child, and the 5th child died in crossing the Atlantic.
memoir
Ens. Thomas JohnImmigrationabt 1745Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2699:673] [S2704:77]
memoir
Benjamin HickoxDeath1745Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
derivative
Benjamin HickoxWillJun 17, 1745Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S1043:11-13] [S1793]
secondary
Capt. Joseph BennettBirthSep 17, 1745Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
Capt. Joseph BennettChristeningSep 22, 1745Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
Benjamin HickoxInventoryDec 23, 1745Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1044:11]
derivative
Benjamin HickoxInventoryDec 23, 1745Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1044:11]
derivative
David LyonMarriage 2ndJun 12, 1746Martha Hurlbut, Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
Jakob Wilhelm PetersBirthAug 12, 1746Höfferhof, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Alexander ForsythBirth Jan 2, 1747 - Apr 22, 1747 [S1215] [S1926] [N128]
his obituary says he died in his 83rd year
primary
Experience BlakeDeathJan 16, 1746/47Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2986] [S2991:57] 82 y
memoir
John HumphreyFlourishedFeb 25, 1747New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States [S2065:4]
witnessed the Will of James Smith
derivative
Sarah LyonBirthJul 4, 1747Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
John WittFlourishedJul 25, 1747Henrico, Virginia, United States [S788]
sold land he purchased in 1715
Adair claims he died about 1742
research
Sarah LyonChristeningAug 9, 1747Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
Robert McFarlandSurveySep 30, 1747Donegal Township, Lancester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2590:RM2]
date of warrant
1751 became Cumberland County
secondary
William K. ComptonBirthabt 1748 [S1976] [S1986:509] [N122]
primary
James HarrisFlourished1748Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2053] [S2080:46]
church member
secondary
Sarah RogersFlourished1748Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2053] [S2080:46]
church member
secondary
Margaret StebbinsFlourished1748Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2053] [S2080:41]
church member
secondary
Thomas JelliffResidenceJan 24, 1747/48Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S595]
derivative
Robert McFarlandLand PatentMar 4, 1748Donegal Township, Lancester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2899:RM] [S2901]
primary
Michael WebsterBirthMay 8, 1748Litchfield, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States [S2824]
secondary
Robert McFarlandMarriage 2ndSep 27, 1748Esther Dunn, New Holland, Earl Township, Lancester, Virginia, United States [S2901]
derivative
Abigail _____WillOct 13, 1748Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
derivative
Pierre LamoureuxMarriageOct 30, 1748Phebe (Lamoureux), New York, United States [S2892]
secondary
Sarah RogersDeathNov 13, 1748Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S366:345] [S2053] [S2080:46]
secondary
James ClaypoolLand GrantOct 23, 1749Augusta, Virginia, United States [S208:377]
granted 200 acres on Cedar Branch
this might have been his son
secondary
Hugh HumphreyBirthDec 8, 1749Newburgh, Orange, New York, United States [S1585] [S2046:908] [S2052:155]
primary
Susannah WadeBirth1750Goochland, Goochland, Virginia, United States
no source
Ens. William WittBirth 1750 - 1759Patrick, Virginia, United States [S512]
primary
William McFarlandImmigration1750Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S102]
derivative
William McFarlandEmigration1750Ireland [S102]
derivative
James ClaypoolLand GrantJan 1, 1749/50Augusta, Virginia, United States [S208:378]
110 acres with two importing rights
this might have been his son
secondary
Katharina KurtenbachDeathApr 20, 1750Happerschoß, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Rachel LindsayBirth May 2, 1750 - May 1, 1751 [S1122] [S1169] [S1863:18400505] [N128]
primary
Abigail _____ProbateSep 17, 1750Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
derivative
John WittDeathbef 1751Goochland, Virginia, United States [S788]
research
Robert McFarlandTax List1751Donegal Township, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
derivative
Sibilla _____Immigrationabt 1751Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2699:673]
The source say that they came about 1745, but their 1st child was born about 1743, and their 5th child died in crossing the Atlantic.
memoir
Elizabeth (Witt)Living1751Goochland, Virginia, United States [S788]
research
John LaysonTax List1751Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1247]
listed as John Lysee
It is not known if this pertains to he or his son
derivative
Robert McFarlandDeathbef Jun 17, 1751Rapho Township, Lancester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2900] [S2901]
listed in deed as deceased
secondary
Sgt. Samuel OsbornWillAug 2, 1751 [S186]
derivative
Mary Desire PixleyBirthNov 17, 1751 [S2046:908] [S2059:15]
secondary
William JelliffBirthabt 1752 [S2436]
primary
Mary (John)Birthabt 1752 [S2699:673]
memoir
Robert SnedenLand Grant1752Dobbs Ferry, Westchester, New York, United States [S1664]
purchased the ferry and Corbett house
derivative
Jesse ClaypoolBirthFeb 25, 1751/52Hardy, West Virginia, United States [S1526:153,158]
derivative
Robert McFarlandLand SaleMar 2, 1752Donegal Township, Lancester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2900] [S2901]
secondary
Esther DunnLand SaleMar 2, 1752Lancester, Virginia, United States [S2900]
secondary
Robert McFarlandProbateMar 25, 1752Rapho Township, Lancester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
derivative
Sgt. Samuel OsbornDeathApr 2, 1752Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186] [S2438] [S2926] 72 y
secondary
Sgt. Samuel OsbornProbateApr 7, 1752 [S186]
derivative
James ClaypoolFlourishedMay 20, 1752Linvell Creek, Augusta, Virginia, United States [S285:437]
signed a petition for a new road from Brock's Creek to the Market Road and then to Frederickburg.
this might have been his son
secondary
David HaleyResidenceJun 21, 1752Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
appointed and took the oath of under sheriff
Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 23, No. 2 p 38
secondary
Janet (McFarland)ResidenceSep 1752Rapho Township, Lancester, Pennsylvania, United States [S2901]
application
derivative
Margaret StebbinsDeathSep 24, 1752Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2438] 71 y
secondary
Edward HaleyWillDec 29, 1752St. Thomas' Parish, Orange, Virginia, United States [S197]
secondary
Edward HaleyDeath Dec 29, 1752 - Sep 1753St. Thomas' Parish, Orange, Virginia, United States [S197] [S348] [S350]
secondary
Mary DobbsOccupationbef 1753ferry operator [S1664]
derivative
Margaret MartinBirthabt 1753New York, United States [S31] [S193]
primary
Robert McFarlandTax List1753Peters Township, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S102]
he is not found there in the 1751 tax list
1751 renamed from Lancaster County
There is also a Widow McFarland found in both the 1751 and 1753 tax lists. It is assumed this was the wife of his brother.
derivative
Mary AtwellDeath1753 [S2056:3,7]
derivative
Edward HaleyProbate1753 [S197]
secondary
David HaleyResidenceMar 21, 1753Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
trespassing and assault charges against him was dismissed in court
secondary
Hannah _____ResidenceMar 30, 1753Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2928]
she is recorded in the distribution of her husband's estate
primary
Joannis Petri HombachMarriageJun 5, 1753Anna Catharinae Krebs, Gebhardshain, Altenkirchen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S2679]
secondary
Eva KurtenbachDeathAug 23, 1753Söntgerath, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785]
derivative
David HaleyResidenceSep 1753Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
lost a judgement in court
secondary
Daniel ComstockDeathOct 4, 1753Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2057:25]
derivative
Joseph LamoureuxBirthOct 11, 1753Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S490] [S2892]
His Revolutionary War Pension application shows his birth date as 11 October 1760 or 1761
primary
Mary AtwellWill ProvedOct 14, 1753New London, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2056:7] [S2057:12]
derivative
Mary AtwellWill ProvedOct 14, 1753New London, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2056:7] [S2057:12]
derivative
Mary ChapelLivingNov 13, 1753 [S2056:17] [S2057:25]
when she gave bond as the administrix of her husband
derivative
Daniel ComstockEstate SettlementNov 13, 1753Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2056:17]
his wife gave bond as administrix
derivative
David HaleyResidenceNov 21, 1753Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
assault charge against him dismissed in court
secondary
Huldah SturgesBirthabt 1754Wesport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2436]
primary
David HaleyResidence1754Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
granted 400 acres on Smith River an Indian Grove
secondary
Huldah SturgesChristeningJan 13, 1754Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
Samuel FoxDeathFeb 12, 1754Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2438] 71 y
secondary
Samuel FoxBurialaft Feb 12, 1754Fox Cemetery, Oakdale, New London, Connecticut, United States
unknown
Margaret _____DeathFeb 28, 1754 [S155] [S186:316,317] [S2438] 53 y
secondary
Eva Maria OrthDeathMay 6, 1754Höfferhof, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
David HaleyResidenceSep 20, 1754Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
perjury charge filed against him in court
secondary
Daniel LamoureuxDeathOct 1754near Shawangunck, Ulster, New York, United States [S296]
research
James ClaypoolFlourishedDec 5, 1754Augusta, Virginia, United States [S284:40]
Listed in the will of Richard Titcom as one of those buying land in the Gap of the North Mountain upon Sorondo.
this might have been his son
secondary
James ClaypoolMovedbef 1755Lost River, Hampshire, Virginia, United States [S208:415]
delinquent in the tax records for August Co. VA "gone away"
secondary
John PixleyMilitary1755 [S2059:15]
fought in the French and Indian was as a sgt. in the 1st company under Capt. Joseph Dwight.
derivative
Sarah LockwoodMarriage 4thMar 9, 1755Wilton, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186]
Samuel Kellogg (1673-1757)
derivative
Elizabeth ClarkBirthApr 1755 [S2995]
memoir
William McFarlandBirthJun 10, 1755Peters Township, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S102] [N115]
research
Gideon HurlbutWillJun 13, 1755 [S155]
derivative
Elizabeth SnowDeathJul 6, 1755Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2991:67] 51 y
derivative
David HaleyResidenceAug 22, 1755Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
patented 137 acres of land on the north side of Sandy Creek
secondary
David HaleyResidenceSep 10, 1755Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
patented 30 acres of land on the north side of Smith River and 40 acres on the south side of Smith River
secondary
David HaleyResidenceOct 1755Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
license grated to keep an oridnary at his dwelling
secondary
Anna PeitschenBirthabt 1756Germany [S2693]
secondary
Abraham SnedenFlourished1756Dobbs Ferry, Westchester, New York, United States [S1664]
as eldest son, he inherited all of his father's property
derivative
Mary DobbsFlourished1756Westchester, New York, United States [S1664]
granted license to operate a tavern
derivative
Robert SnedenDeath1756Dobbs Ferry, Westchester, New York, United States [S1664] 46 y
derivative
Johannes Peter BraunMarriageMar 1, 1756Anna Elizabeth Peters, Seelscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
John LaysonMilitaryApr 2, 1756Sideling Hill, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1236:16]
fought and died at the Battle of Sideling Hill
derivative
John LaysonDeathApr 2, 1756Sideling Hill, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1236:16]
was killed at the Battle of Sideling Hill
derivative
Capt. David ComptonBirthMay 10, 1756 [S153]
primary
David HaleyResidenceJun 1756Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
served as security for his brother, James, in a lawsuit against him
secondary
Dea. Robert FargoMarriageJul 1, 1756Prudence Stanton [S2055:129]
derivative
John PixleyMilitaryOct 11, 1756 [S2059:15]
sick at Albany
derivative
John PixleyDeathOct 31, 1756Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2059:15]
derivative
David HaleyResidenceJan 20, 1757Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
sold Smith River lands
secondary
James HarrisDeathFeb 10, 1757Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S366:345] [S2053]
secondary
Gideon HurlbutDeathMar 9, 1757Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155:517] [S186:316,317] [S2438] 69 y
secondary
Elizabeth MillerBirthMar 19, 1757Virginia, United States [S1526:158]
derivative
Eva Maria GroßDeathAug 17, 1757Seelscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Gideon HurlbutProbateMar 4, 1757/58 [S155]
derivative
Thomas UsseryBirth1759
no source
Daniel ComstockEstate SettlementApr 14, 1759Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2056:17] [S2057:25]
division of estate
derivative
Daniel ComstockEstate SettlementApr 14, 1759Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2056:17] [S2057:25]
division of estate
derivative
David HaleyResidenceMay 1759Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
in court
secondary
David HaleyResidenceAug 1759Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
found not guilty in court of stealing
secondary
David HaleyResidenceAug 16, 1759Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
sold Sandy Creek land
secondary
Deliverance BennettWillAug 29, 1759 [S155]
derivative
Abraham SnedenMarriageNov 4, 1759Rachel Swartout, New York Presbyterian Church, New York City, Kings, New York, United States [S625]
derivative
Elizabeth KirkpatrickImmigrationbef 1760Pennsylvania, United States [S102]
derivative
Elizabeth KirkpatrickEmigrationbef 1760Wales [S102]
derivative
William McFarlandMarriageabt 1760Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S102]
derivative
Abigail EllsworthDeathMay 6, 1760East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2438] [S2971:141] 48 y
secondary
Johann Adolph GroßBirth1761Germany [S1087]
derivative
Thomas JelliffResidence 1761 - 1786Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S595]
derivative
Joseph McFarlandBirthFeb 4, 1761Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S101] [S102] [S149] [S211] [S212] [S213] [N115]
primary
Mary BiggDeathApr 14, 1761Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186] [S2438] 72 y 6 m
secondary
Deliverance BennettDeathApr 18, 1761Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186] [S2438] 72 y 3 m 13 d
secondary
Deliverance BennettProbateMay 5, 1761 [S155]
derivative
James ClaypoolLand PurchaseMay 11, 1761Hampshire, Virginia, United States [S1538:57]
leased 187 1/2 acres on Lost River from James Thomas
secondary
James ClaypoolFlourishedMay 12, 1761Hampshire, Virginia, United States [S1529]
was granted land by Thomas, Lord Farifax
secondary
Johann Bernard BodenDeathDec 30, 1761Welschbillig, Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S1090]
derivative
Elizabeth HaleyBirthabt 1762Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
secondary
Sarah (Layson)Tax List1762Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1238] [S1247:29]
taxed for 50 acres of unwarranted land
secondary
Robert FargoLetters of AdministrationJun 1, 1762New London, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2439:RFSr]
primary
Robert FargoInventoryJul 13, 1762New London, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2439:RFSr]
primary
Anna Maria KüpperBirthNov 1, 1762 [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Mary DobbsFlourished1763Westchester, New York, United States [S1664]
granted license to operate a public house serving strong liquors
derivative
David HaleyResidenceMar 26, 1763Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
made agreement to indenture his son Isaac for 11 years to learn to be a farmer
secondary
Robert FargoEstate SettlementApr 14, 1763New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
no source
Robert FargoEstate SettlementApr 14, 1763New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
no source
Margaret WhiteBirthMay 8, 1763Augusta, Virginia, United States [S101] [S102] [S149] [S151] [S211] [S212] [S213]
primary
Rebecca WhiteBirthMay 8, 1763Augusta, Virginia, United States [S101] [S102]
derivative
David HaleyResidenceJul 1763Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
indenture of his son, Isaac, proved in court
secondary
Capt. Joseph BennettMarriage 1stDec 21, 1763Sarah Lyon, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S260]
secondary
Stanton FargoBirthabt 1764Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2055:129] [S2438]
secondary
David HumphreyPosition 1764 to 1767Assessor, New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States [S2062:234]
derivative
David HaleyResidenceJun 1764Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
placed under a peace bond for theatening to break into jail and release a prisoner there
secondary
David HaleyResidenceJun 1764Halifax, Virginia, United States [S197]
found guilty in court of atempting to burn the jail
secondary
Joseph CarverWillJun 20, 1764Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2983:JC1778]
primary
David LyonWillOct 23, 1764 [S155]
derivative
David LyonDeathNov 22, 1764Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S2438] 43 y
secondary
David LyonProbateDec 4, 1764 [S155]
derivative
Mary DobbsFlourished1765Westchester, New York, United States [S1664]
obtained a marriage license to marry George Calhoun (it is not known if the marriage took place)
derivative
Abraham SnedenFlourished1765Westchester, New York, United States [S1664]
distributed out 10 equal portions of his father's estate to his mother and siblings
derivative
Alexander ForsythMarriageabt 1765Rachel Lindsay [S1215] [S1497]
Acccording to the 1810 census, there eldest son, Isaac, was born about 1766, so they probably married just prior. They do not appear in the records until the 1769 tax records, where Alexander is listed as an inmate, indicating that he is already married. They married either in Charles Town, Chester County, Pennsylvania or in Ireland before they immigrated (if indeed that is where they are from)
secondary
Mary DobbsLiving1765Westchester, New York, United States [S1664]
was distributed her portion of her husbands estate
derivative
Sarah LockwoodWillJan 10, 1765Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S1043:11-13]
as Sarah Kellogg
derivative
Sarah LockwoodDeathFeb 1765Wilton, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S186] [S614] 86 y
derivative
Sarah LockwoodProbateFeb 23, 1765 [S186]
derivative
Catherine (Haley)WillApr 24, 1765Virginia, United States [S349]
secondary
Isaac ForsythBirthabt 1766Ireland [S136] [S525]
A. S. Forsyth (1889): "always understood the family was originally from the North of Ireland."
According to the 1790 census, he was born before 1774. The 1800 census puts his birth between 1756 and 1744 and the 1810 census puts his birth before 1766. This would imply his parents were married about 1765
primary
John LaysonSurveyAug 1, 1766Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1241:8] [S1270:529] [S2590:JL]
requested order to survey 300 acres of and, West Side application #529
secondary
Samuel Coleman MorrissMarriageOct 16, 1766Susannah Wade, St James Northam Parish, Goochland, Virginia, United States
no source
Elisabethae HaasBirthabt 1767 [S2693]
secondary
David HaleyResidence 1767 - 1776Pittsylvania, Virginia, United States [S197]
found guilty in court of atempting to burn the jail
secondary
John LaysonSurveyJan 16, 1767Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1241:8]
had land surveyed, West Side application #529
derivative
Sarah (Layson)SurveyNov 2, 1767Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1270:4546]
requested order to survey 200 acres of and, West Side application #4546
secondary
Sarah (Layson)Tax List1768Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1238]
taxed for 1 horse, 1 cow, 2 sheep, 50 acres of unwarranted and 6 acres of cleared land
secondary
David LindsayResidence1768Charles Town, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S1215] [S1926]
primary
Alexander ForsythResidence1768Charles Town, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S1215] [S1926]
he is not listed in the 1768 tax list as an inmate or a single man indicating that was living in the household of David Lindsey as an apprentice.
primary
Martha HurlbutMarriage 2ndApr 12, 1768 [S155] [S260]
John Allen widower of Sarah Bennett
secondary
Capt. Ahijah TaylorMarriage LicenseDec 16, 1768Isabella Wyley, New York, United States [S883:388]
secondary
Capt. Ahijah TaylorMarriageDec 17, 1768Isabella Wyley, New York, United States [S1079]
derivative
Alexander ForsythResidence1769Charles Town, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S1215] [S1926]
primary
David LindsayResidence1769Charles Town, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S1215]
secondary
Robert McFarlandResidenceJan 1769Peters Township, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S287]
bought a portion of land known as McFarlan's Delight from the Penn brothers
secondary
Johann Peter BroscheidBirthFeb 8, 1769Birken, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S1087]
derivative
John HumphreyLand SaleFeb 22, 1769New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States [S2062:215]
sold his land on the Hume Patent to Patrick McClaughry
derivative
Rhoda BennettChristeningApr 2, 1769Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
Sarah LyonFlourishedMay 12, 1769Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155]
signed an agreement with sisters Lydia and Martha, and with brother David's heir concerning the estate of their father
derivative
Russell LoomisBirthAug 5, 1769East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2967] [S2971:157,189]
secondary
Russell LoomisBaptismAug 5, 1769East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2970:446]
derivative
Robert William TaylorBirthDec 15, 1769Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S1798]
secondary
Sarah (Layson)Tax List1770Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1238]
taxed for 1 horse, 1 cow, 200 acres of unwarranted and 20 acres of cleared land
secondary
David LindsayResidence1770Charles Town, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S1497]
secondary
Alexander ForsythResidence1770Charles Town, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S1497]
secondary
David HumphreyMovedabt 1770Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S1585] [N125]
primary
Hugh HumphreyMovedabt 1770Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S1585] [N125]
primary
David HumphreyPosition1770Assessor, New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States [S2062:234]
derivative
Nikolaus FerringDeath1770 [S1090]
derivative
John LaysonFlourishedNov 27, 1770Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1239:128]
mentioned in the survey of James Irwine
secondary
William Henry ComptonBirth1770/71 [S1975] [S1978] [S1991:2] [S1992:11] [N122]
primary
David LindsayResidence1771Charles Town, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States [S1215]
secondary
Elisabetha FerringBirthMar 9, 1771Welschbillig, Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S1089] [S1090]
secondary
Elisabetha FerringBaptismMar 9, 1771Welschbillig, Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S1090] [S1091]
witnesses Elisabeth Boden and Johann Ferring, Welschbillig
derivative
David LindsayFlourishedSep 1771Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1208] [N111]
purchased lot no. 4
research
William WadeDeathNov 2, 1771Tuckahoe Creek Plantation, Goochland, Virginia, United States
no source
William JelliffMarriageDec 7, 1771Huldah Sturges, Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2] [S6] [S8]
memoir
Corinna GillettBirthabt 1772West Hartland, Hartland, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2995] [S3047]
primary
David LindsayResidence1772West Pennsborough, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1222]
taxed as a renter for 200 acres of wood & 40 acres clear.
derivative
Ens. Thomas JohnLand Grant1772Stewarttown, Monongalia, West Virginia, United States [S2700:72]
granted 250 acres on Tenmile creek
secondary
David HumphreyTax List1772Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2060]
there is also a James Humphrey listed in the tax list
secondary
David LindsayResidence1772Tyrone, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1211:203]
derivative
David LindsayFlourishedJan 24, 1772Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1219]
recorded the purchase of lot no. 4
primary
Nikolaus DahmBaptismMar 4, 1772Welschbillig, Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S1089] [S1090] [S1091]
witnesses: Nikolaus Wolsfeld of Idenheim and Katharina Dahm of Idenheim
secondary
William BennettWillAug 5, 1772 [S155]
derivative
William BennettDeathSep 16, 1772Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] 62 y 7 m 26 d
derivative
William BennettProbateOct 6, 1772 [S155]
derivative
Ens. Thomas JohnLand Grant1773Stewarttown, Monongalia, West Virginia, United States [S2699:669] [S2700:80]
granted 400 acres on the waters of Cheat River, adjoining lands claimed by his son, William John
secondary
David LindsayResidence1773West Pennsborough, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1222]
taxed for 1 horse & 1 cow.
derivative
Peter WagnerBirthMar 19, 1773Fliessem, Kreis Bitburg, Germany [S1089]
secondary
James ClaypoolLand PurchaseMay 7, 1773Hampshire, Virginia, United States [S1538:9]
bought 174 acres on Lost River from his son, Joseph
secondary
Michael WebsterLiving Jun 1773 to Jun 16, 1782Litchfield, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States [S2824]
secondary
Michael WebsterMarriageJun 1773Elizabeth Clark, Connecticut, United States [S3036]
memoir
Peter WagnerChristeningSep 17, 1773Heiligkreuz Katholisch, Fliessem, Rheinland, Germany [S812]
secondary
Abigail HickoxMarriage 2ndOct 24, 1773 [S155]
Thaddeus Morehouse
derivative
Eleazer SturgesLiving1774 [S155] [S186]
derivative
Sarah (Layson)Tax List1774Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1238]
taxed for 1 horse, 2 cows, 4 sheep, 100 acres of warranted and 15 acres of cleared land
secondary
David LindsayResidence1774West Pennsborough, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1222]
renter
derivative
Abigail HickoxResidence1774 [S155]
conveyed all right in land and grist mill from William Bennett's estate to Thaddeus Bennett, Jr.
derivative
Naamah HallBirthabt Feb 1774Lanesborough, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2995]
memoir
Clark WebsterBirthDec 10, 1774Litchfield, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States [S2824]
secondary
Margarethae GavelerBirth1775Neidenbach, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany [S812]
secondary
Sarah (Layson)Tax List1775Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1238]
taxed for 1 horse, 1 cow, 200 acres of warranted and 30 acres of cleared land
secondary
Joseph McFarlandMilitary1775 [S1042:438,439]
entered the Revolutionary War
derivative
Mary DobbsFlourished1775Dobbs Ferry, Westchester, New York, United States [S1664]
ferried Martha Washington and her son and family across the Hudson on their way to meet up with George Washington
derivative
Elizabeth KirkpatrickLiving1775Ohio, United States [S102]
derivative
Pierre LamoureuxResidenceMay 15, 1775Cornwall Precinct, Orange, New York, United States [S1656]
signed the Articles of Association
secondary
Jacob ComptonResidenceJun 1775Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S1656]
signed the Articles of Association
secondary
Joseph LamoureuxResidenceJun 1775Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S1656]
signed the Articles of Association
secondary
Abraham SnedenResidenceJun 1775Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S1656]
signed the Articles of Association
secondary
William K. ComptonResidenceJun 1775Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S1656]
signed the Articles of Association
secondary
Benjamin PrindleResidencebef 1776Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S1656] [S1967:758]
signed the Articles of Association
secondary
Jacob ComptonMilitaryabt 1776Orange, New York, United States [S1070:253]
1st Regiment
secondary
Hugh HumphreyMarriage1776Mary Desire Pixley, Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2052:155]
derivative
Benjamin PrindleMilitaryabt 1776Orange, New York, United States [S1070:253]
1st Regiment
secondary
Susannah (Lovell)Residence1776Frederick, Virginia, United States [S1585] [N114]
primary
Capt. David ComptonMilitaryabt 1776Smith's Clove, Orange, New York, United States [S1070:74]
enlisted man in Colonel William Malcolm's Levies
secondary
William K. ComptonMilitaryabt 1776Orange, New York, United States [S1070:253] [S1986:509]
1st Regiment
secondary
Joseph LamoureuxMilitaryabt 1776Orange, New York, United States [S1070:161]
4th Regiment
secondary
Ann CawthornDeath1776Henry, Virginia, United States
no source
Joseph LamoureuxMilitaryJun 12, 1776Ft. Montgomery, Cornwall Precinct, Orange, New York, United States [S1585]
enlisted in the service as a private
primary
Jonathan GilletEventAug 27, 1776 [S3040]
taken prisoner by the Hessians
primary
Joseph LamoureuxMilitaryNov 1776Ft. Montgomery, Cornwall Precinct, Orange, New York, United States [S1585]
discharged from the service
primary
William McFarlandMilitary Dec 1, 1776 to Jan 1, 1777 [S221]
shown on the muster roll of Pennylvania, Navy of Ranger Galley
derivative
Elizabeth Bradford SteeleLivingDec 2, 1776West Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S3040]
primary
John LovellMilitary Dec 27, 1776 to Oct 28, 1778 [S1702]
was a private in the 11th and 15th Virginia Regiment of Continental Troops during the Revolutionary War for which he earned 6 2/3 dollars (2 pounds 10) a month
primary
John LovellMilitaryDec 27, 1776Frederick, Virginia, United States [S1585] [S1702] [N114]
enlisted in the 11th Virginia Regiment of Continental Troops
primary
John LaysonMilitary 1777 - 1780Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1224:672,673]
was fined 19 pounds as a 7th class soldier in Capt. Peebles Company and 1st battalion for non-performace of his tour of duty
secondary
David SturgesDeath1777Connecticut, United States [S155]
derivative
Joseph LamoureuxMilitaryFeb 1777Ft. Montgomery, Cornwall Precinct, Orange, New York, United States [S1585]
enlisted in the service as a private
primary
Josiah TaylorWillFeb 17, 1777Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S2931]
primary
Joseph LamoureuxMilitaryMay 1777Ft. Montgomery, Cornwall Precinct, Orange, New York, United States [S1585]
discharged from the service
primary
Hugh HumphreyMilitaryMay 1777Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S1585]
enlisted as a volunteer (sargeant) under Capt. Hewitt Root and Lt. William Pixley in Gen. Fellows Brigade commanded by Col. Ashley
primary
Gershom HallMilitary Jun 30, 1777 to Jul 25, 1777Lanesborough, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S3042]
secondary
Hugh HumphreyMilitaryAug 1777Fort Ann, Washington, New York, United States [S1585]
discharged
primary
Robert McFarlandResidenceSep 1, 1777Peters Township, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S288]
sold McFarlan's Delight to his eldest son, Robert
secondary
Robert McFarlandOccupationSep 1, 1777Yeoman [S288]
secondary
John LaysonMilitarySep 3, 1777Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1223:106,107,108]
was listed along with his brother Robert, and several other residents of Hopewell Township, on a petition to the State House of Represenatatives by Capt. Brady's Company to resolve an issue with classing
secondary
William McFarlandMilitaryOct 23, 1777 [S39] [S1225]
private in Capt. Alex Peoples Company, 1st Battalion from Cumberland County, Pennsylvania
secondary
Alexander ForsythMilitaryOct 23, 1777Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1217]
fined for not appearing at muster
primary
David LindsayFlourishedDec 1777Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1220] [S1239:6]
borrowed monies from James and Owen McCabe
primary
Catherine JohnBirthabt 1778Stewarttown, Monongalia, West Virginia, United States [S509] [S1484:9] [S2628]
primary
John LovellBirthabt 1778Monongalia, Virginia, United States [S509] [S1484:9] [S2628]
primary
Sarah (Layson)Residence1778Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1206:59] [S1926]
primary
John LaysonResidence1778Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1206:59] [S1926]
primary
Capt. Joseph BennettMilitaryJan 1778Connecticut, United States [S155]
Lieutenant in the 6th Company, 4th Regiment
derivative
Alexander ForsythResidence1778Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1206:21] [S1926]
taxed for 1 lot, 4 horses, 2 cows and 6 sheep
primary
David LindsayResidence1778Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1206] [S1926]
primary
John LovellMilitary1778 [S1279] [N114]
discharged from the hospital for wounds received in the war
secondary
Ens. Thomas JohnMilitary1778Monongalia, West Virginia, United States [S2702]
Thomas Jr. remained in Chester, PA. William was born in 1738, and his 3rd child, Thomas, in about 1775. James was born about 1748, and his 1st child, Thomas, in about 1764 - neither of these were old enough to have served as an Ensign in the Indian expediation of 1778.
secondary
Robert McFarlandMoved1778Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
derivative
David LindsayResidence1778Tyrone, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1926]
taxed for 32 acres, 1 horse and 1 cow
primary
Esther DunnMoved1778Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
derivative
John LovellMilitary Apr 6, 1778 to Jun 7, 1778Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, United States [S1702]
served under Capt. Charles Portfield and Lt. Col. John Cropper
primary
John LovellMilitary Jun 1778 to Jul 1778Brunswick, Pennsylvania, United States [S1701] [S1702]
is shown as "Sick at Brunswick"
primary
Gordon Ferdinand CornetBirthJun 7, 1778Rheinland, Düren, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany [S1087]
derivative
Gordon Ferdinand CornetBaptismJun 22, 1778Rheinland, Düren, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany [S2685]
secondary
Hugh HumphreyMilitaryabt Aug 1778Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S1585]
enlisted as a volunteer (sargeant) under Capt. Thomas Ingersoll, in Gen. Fellows Brigade commanded by Col. Ashley
primary
Joseph CarverDeathSep 24, 1778Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2991:67]
derivative
Joseph CarverInventorySep 29, 1778Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2983:JC1778]
primary
Joseph CarverInventorySep 29, 1778Bridgewater, Massachussets, Plymouth, England [S2983:JC1778]
primary
John LovellMilitaryOct 28, 1778Virginia, United States [S1701] [S1702]
discharged (he was apparently wounded and after infirm explaining why he received an early discharge)
primary
Hugh HumphreyMilitaryabt Nov 1778Stillwater, Saratoga, New York, United States [S1585]
discharged
primary
Capt. David ComptonResidencebef Nov 14, 1778Smith's Clove, Orange, New York, United States [S1970:275]
his father signed a petition on this date and stated that Co. Malcolm had been in the town earlier
derivative
Benjamin PrindleResidenceNov 14, 1778Smith's Clove, Orange, New York, United States [S1970:275]
signed a petition
derivative
Abraham SnedenResidenceNov 14, 1778Smith's Clove, Orange, New York, United States [S1970:275]
signed a petition
derivative
Jacob ComptonResidenceNov 14, 1778Smith's Clove, Orange, New York, United States [S1970:275]
signed a petition
derivative
William K. ComptonResidenceNov 14, 1778Smith's Clove, Orange, New York, United States [S1970:275]
signed a petition
derivative
David HaleyResidenceNov 26, 1778Henry, Virginia, United States [S197]
gave some of his Smith River land land to his son David
secondary
Robert McFarlandResidenceDec 1, 1778Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S286]
bought land
secondary
David LindsayResidence1779Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1206] [S1926]
taxed for 1 house & lot, 1 cow and 1 slave and 100 acres of farm land in Tyrone
primary
John LaysonResidence1779Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1926]
primary
Alexander ForsythResidence 1779 to 1785Hanover, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1166] [N111]
proprietor of the Sign of the Horse Tavern on Frederick St. (Lot 74 and 75)
research
Alexander ForsythResidence1779Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1179:1779] [S1926]
taxed 40 pounds for 1 horse and 2 cows.
primary
William McFarlandMilitary1779 [S39] [S101]
in Capt. Samuel Finton's 2nd Company, 1st Battalion of the Cumberland County Militia
memoir
David LindsayResidence1779Tyrone, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1926]
primary
Capt. David ComptonMarriage 1stMar 9, 1779Abigail Prindle, New Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S1965:14]
derivative
Capt. Ahijah TaylorFlourishingMar 30, 1779Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2770:17790414]
a newspaper entry for a slave sale.
secondary
Sarah (Layson)FlourishedApr 26, 1779Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1234] [S1240:29]
mentioned in her son's deed
secondary
John LaysonDeedApr 26, 1779Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1234] [S1240:29]
paid his brother Robert 1600 pounds for the rights to their deceased father's land
secondary
Alexander ForsythFlourishedJul 1779Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1197] [N107]
granted a tavern license
primary
John LaysonDeedAug 18, 1779Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1239:6]
mortgaged land from Samuel Barr for 3500 pounds
secondary
Anna Margaretha KurtenbachDeathAug 24, 1779Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
Wilhelm KüpperDeathSep 6, 1779Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
William McFarlandMarriageabt Oct 19, 1779Rebecca White, Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S223]
secondary
David LindsayResidence1780Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1206] [S1926]
Taxed for 1 house lot and a slave
primary
David HaleyResidence1780Henry, Virginia, United States [S197]
acquitted of felony in court
secondary
John LaysonResidence1780Hopewell, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1206:307] [S1926]
primary
Alexander ForsythResidence1780Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1179:1780] [S1926]
taxed 4 pounds and 11 shillings for 1 cow.
primary
David LindsayResidence1780Tyrone, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1926]
primary
David LindsayFlourishedJan 14, 1780Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1220]
recorded an obligation to James McCabe for monies borrowed
primary
Levi HumphreyBirthApr 7, 1780Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2046:908]
secondary
Alexander ForsythFlourishedJul 1780Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1197]
gave recognizance at the court session (held over)
primary
Alexander ForsythFlourishedJul 1780Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1197]
granted a tavern license
primary
Alexander ForsythFlourishedOct 1780Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1197]
gave recognizance at the court session
primary
David LindsayFlourishedOct 9, 1780Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1213]
owned/purchased a slave named, Moll
derivative
Capt. Joseph BennettMilitaryNov 1780Connecticut, United States [S155]
Captain
derivative
William McFarlandMedicalNov 30, 1780 [S101]
taken sick
derivative
John LaysonMovedbef 1781Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1206:307]
secondary
David LindsayResidence1781Tyrone, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1926]
primary
David LindsayResidence1781Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1206] [S1926]
taxed for 1 house lot, 1 horse, a slave woman and 3 tea spoons and 100 acres of farmland in Tyrone
primary
Alexander ForsythResidence1781Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1179:1781] [S1926]
taxed 3 pounds and 19.7 shillings for 3 horses and 3 cows.
primary
Alexander ForsythMilitaryJan 30, 1781Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S181]
drafted into military service, but appears not to have served
secondary
Josiah TaylorDeathFeb 11, 1781Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S186] [S2438] 79 y
secondary
Capt. Ahijah TaylorFlourishedAug 22, 1781Wolcott, Lamoille, Vermont, United States [S882:773,774,777] [S1490]
listed as one of the original proprietors of the town
derivative
Alexander ForsythFlourishedAug 29, 1781Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1197]
granted a tavern license
primary
Joseph McFarlandMarriage1782Margaret White, Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S101] [S102] [S207] [S208] [N115]
secondary
David LindsayResidence1782Tyrone, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1926]
primary
David LindsayResidence1782Carlisle, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1206] [S1926]
taxed for 1 acres, 2 horses, a cow and a slave and for 100 acres of farmland in Tyrone
primary
William McFarlandResidence1782Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102] [N115]
tax list
research
Jesse ClaypoolCensus (US State)1782Hampshire, West Virginia, United States [S1538:90] (Named)
secondary
Alexander ForsythResidence1782Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1179:1782] [S1926]
taxed 6 pounds and 9 shillings for 3 horses and 2 cows, 9 persons and 2 slaves
primary
Elizabeth MillerCensus (US State)1782Hampshire, West Virginia, United States [S1538:90]
Couned
secondary
James ClaypoolCensus (US State)1782Hampshire, West Virginia, United States [S1538:90]
secondary
Lt. James ComptonBirthFeb 13, 1782New York, United States [S24] [S1637]
his parents were married in 1779 in New Cornwall, Orange County, New York, but we do not known when they moved to Montgomery County,
primary
Alexander ForsythFlourishedJul 1782Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1197]
granted a tavern license
primary
Joseph LamoureuxMarriageNov 27, 1782Abigail Sneden, New Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S632] [S1585] [S1965:17]
primary
Alexander ForsythResidence1783Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1926]
primary
William McFarlandResidence1783Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
tax list
derivative
Alexander ForsythOccupation1783innkeeper, Hanover Borough, Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1139] [S1143]
taxed for 3 horses, 1 cow, 3 slaves and 9 inhabitants
derivative
Robert McFarlandResidence1783Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
tax list
derivative
John LaysonSurveyJan 15, 1783Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1502]
primary
David HaleyResidenceMar 30, 1783Henry, Virginia, United States [S197]
in court
secondary
Ens. William WittMarriage 1stJun 1783Elizabeth Haley, Henry, Virginia, United States [S197]
secondary
Jesse ClaypoolLand SaleJun 25, 1783Hardy, West Virginia, United States
sold 20 acres on Lost River to John Berry
unknown
Alexander ForsythFlourishedJul 1783Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1197]
granted a tavern license
primary
David HaleyResidenceSep 27, 1783Henry, Virginia, United States [S197]
sold remaining Smith River land
secondary
Alexander ForsythFlourishedOct 26, 1783Hanover, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1166] [N107]
While Alexander was proprietor, Thomas Jefferson spent the night at his The Sign of the Horse Tavern and paid 29 shilings for food and lodging
research
Jesse ClaypoolCensus (US State)1784Hampshire, West Virginia, United States [S1526:158] [S1538:90] (Named)
secondary
David HaleyMovedabt 1784Tennessee, United States [S197]
secondary
Elizabeth MillerCensus (US State)1784Hampshire, West Virginia, United States [S1538:90]
Couned
secondary
Joseph McFarlandResidenceJan 16, 1784Tennessee, United States [S102] [N115]
granted land
research
David LindsayDeathbef Jun 5, 1784Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1203]
primary
Alexander ForsythFlourishedJun 5, 1784Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1203]
was made a trustee of his father-in-law, David Lindsay the Elder's, estate
primary
Rachel LindsayFlourishedJun 5, 1784Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States [S1203]
was mentioned in the agreement of the heirs of her father, David Lindsay the Elder
primary
Alexander ForsythFlourishedJul 1784Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1197]
granted a tavern license
primary
Nancy FargoBirthabt 1785New London, Connecticut, United States [S2050:25]
primary
William McFarlandResidence1785Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
tax list
derivative
Robert McFarlandResidence1785Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
tax list
derivative
Alexander ForsythResidence1785Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1926]
primary
Samuel FoxDeathMar 11, 1785Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2438] 80 y
secondary
Samuel FoxProbateApr 12, 1785Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2075:35]
derivative
Alexander ForsythFlourishedJul 1785Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1197] [N102] [N107]
granted a tavern license
primary
John LaysonFlourishedNov 25, 1785Fayette, Kentucky, United States [S1244:86-87]
signed a petition to divide up Fayette County
The petition was approved and Bourbon County was created in May, 1788
secondary
William McFarlandResidence1786Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
tax list
derivative
Robert McFarlandResidence1786Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
tax list
derivative
Ens. Thomas JohnResidence1786Stewarttown, Monongalia, West Virginia, United States [S2704:77]
Their son Lemuel John was born
memoir
Capt. Joseph BennettMarriage 2nd1786 [S155]
Abigail Sherwood (1750 - 1805) the widow of Nathan Bennett
derivative
Alexander ForsythResidence1786Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1926]
primary
Thomas JelliffDeathabt 1786Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S595]
derivative
Phebe LamoureuxBirthJan 5, 1786 [S1637]
primary
Sarah LyonDeathJan 6, 1786Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] 38 y 5 m
derivative
William McFarlandResidenceAug 1786Greene, Tennessee, United States [S102]
court record
derivative
Alexander ForsythResidenceAug 2, 1786Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S1860:17860802]
ran an add in the Maryland Journal newspaper announcing his proprietorship of an unnamed Tavern on Gay Street (probably Castle Inn).
primary
Jesse ClaypoolFlourishedSep 17, 1786Hardy, West Virginia, United States [S1528]
mentioned in the will of his father
secondary
James ClaypoolWillSep 17, 1786Hardy, West Virginia, United States [S1528]
secondary
Nicolai ReichertBirthest 1787 [S2693]
secondary
William McFarlandResidence1787Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
tax list
derivative
Johann Adolph GroßMarriage1787Anna Gertrudis Hombach, Eckenhagen, Waldbröl, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S2679]
secondary
Alexander ForsythResidenceFeb 5, 1787Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S1168:432] [S1860:17870205] [N108]
ran an add in the Maryland Journal newspaper announcing his proprietorship of a Tavern in Congress Hall.
primary
William McFarlandResidenceMay 1787Greene, Tennessee, United States [S102]
court record
derivative
John LaysonTax ListJun 25, 1787Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1230:377,382] [S1233]
secondary
Daniel WittBirthSep 11, 1787Virginia, United States [S31] [S1170]
primary
Joseph McFarlandResidenceSep 20, 1787Greene, Tennessee, United States [S102]
granted land
derivative
John LaysonFlourishedNov 1, 1787Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1244:110-111]
signed a petition to protest dividing up Bourbon County (Rejected)
secondary
Robert William TaylorMarriageDec 19, 1787Rhoda Bennett, Green Farms Church, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S2595]
secondary
John LaysonTax List1788Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1233]
secondary
William McFarlandResidenceMar 25, 1788Greene, Tennessee, United States [S102]
witnessed a deed
derivative
Arthur McFarlandBirthabt Apr 1788Greene, Tennessee, United States [S102] [S151] [N115]
secondary
Capt. John W. McFarlandBirthApr 3, 1788Greene, Tennessee, United States [S39] [S101] [S102] [S103] [S149] [S213] [S1508:353] [N115]
primary
Alexander ForsythResidenceJun 6, 1788Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S1860:17880606]
ran an add in the Maryland Journal newspaper announcing his showing of a Moose at the tavern on Gay Street called Castle Inn.
primary
Jesse ClaypoolFlourishedSep 17, 1788Hardy, West Virginia, United States [S1526:152]
mentioned in the will of his father
derivative
Jane (Claypool)DeathOct 9, 1788Lost City, Hardy, Virginia, United States [S1526:153]
derivative
William McFarlandResidenceOct 15, 1788Greene, Tennessee, United States [S102]
bondsman
derivative
John LaysonFlourishedOct 25, 1788Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1244:119]
signed a petition to protest dividing up Bourbon County (Rejected)
secondary
John WhiteMoved1789Fayette, Kentucky, United States [S102]
derivative
Alexander ForsythTax List1789Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S180] [S303]
secondary
Alexander ForsythOccupation 1789 - Feb 7, 1797tavern keeper, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S180]
secondary
Jane ClaypoolBirthApr 1789 [S151] [S1507] [N115]
5 April 1789, West Virginia
primary
Johann Wilmar BeckerDeathJun 6, 1789Welschbillig, Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany [S1090]
derivative
Anna Elizabeth PetersDeathJul 5, 1789Oberwennerscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087]
derivative
John LovellFlourishedJul 16, 1789Hampshire, Virginia, United States [S1280]
relieved from paying taxes for being old and infirm
secondary
John LaysonFlourishedSep 2, 1789Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1227:17-20]
signed a petition to establish the town of Hopewell
The town of Paris in Bourbon County, Kentucky was first named Hopewell after the town in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania from where the initial settlement originated
derivative
James ClaypoolDeathOct 7, 1789Virginia, United States [S1526:24,153,450]
derivative
John LaysonFlourishedOct 28, 1789Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1244:127-128]
signed a petition to establish the town of Hopewell
secondary
John LaysonFlourishedNov 6, 1789Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1244:131-132]
signed a petition to protest dividing up Bourbon County
secondary
James ClaypoolWill ProvedDec 7, 1789Hardy, West Virginia, United States [S1526:152] [S1528]
secondary
James ClaypoolWill ProvedDec 7, 1789Hardy, West Virginia, United States [S1526:152] [S1528]
secondary
Alexander ForsythResidenceDec 28, 1789Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S1860:17891229]
ran an add in the Maryland Journal newspaper informing the public that someone had delivered a stray bay mare to his stables
primary
Jacob ComptonDeathbef 1790Smith's Clove, Orange, New York, United States [S1974] [N122]
missing from the 1st cenus and after
primary
Lucia KeppersBirthabt 1790Germany [S2693]
secondary
Hugh HumphreyCensus (US Federal)1790Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2040] [N125] (Named)
primary
Russell LoomisCensus (US Federal)1790East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2972] (Counted)
primary
John LoomisCensus (US Federal)1790East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2972] (Named)
primary
Joseph McFarlandMoved1790near Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United States [S207]
memoir
Luke LoomisCensus (US Federal)1790East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2972] (Named)
primary
Experience CarverCensus (US Federal)1790East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2972] (Counted)
primary
Ens. Thomas JohnTax List1790Monongalia, West Virginia, United States [S2698:7]
Thomas John Jr. remained in Chester, PA when the family moved to Virginia. William John was born in about 1738, and his 3rd child, Thomas John, was born in about 1775 making him only 15 years old in 1790 (We know from her tombstone that his next older sibling, Lucinda Miller was born in 1773). James John was born about 1748 and left for Ohio in 1788. His 1st child, Thomas John, was born in about 1764, so could have possibly been as old as 26 years in 1790, but it is known that Thomas Sr. was still living here in 1791 when his youngest child, Mary, was born.
primary
Mary Desire PixleyCensus (US Federal)1790Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2040] (Counted)
primary
Robert William TaylorCensus (US Federal)1790Wolcott, Chittenden, Vermont, United States [S1488] (Named)
primary
Levi HumphreyCensus (US Federal)1790Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2040] [N125] (Counted)
primary
John LaysonTax List1790Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1233]
secondary
Margaret WhiteMoved1790near Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United States [S207]
memoir
Rhoda BennettCensus (US Federal)1790Wolcott, Chittenden, Vermont, United States [S1488] (Counted)
primary
Phebe (Lamoureux)Census (US Federal)1790New Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S1974] (Counted)
primary
Stanton FargoCensus (US Federal)1790New London, Connecticut, United States [S2884:SF]
living next door to his brother, Robert
(Named)
primary
William JelliffCensus (US Federal)1790Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2434] (Named)
primary
Pierre LamoureuxCensus (US Federal)1790New Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S1974] (Named)
primary
Fanny ComstockCensus (US Federal)1790New London, Connecticut, United States [S2884:SF] (Counted)
primary
Nancy FargoCensus (US Federal)1790New London, Connecticut, United States [S2884:SF] (Counted)
primary
Alexander ForsythTax List1790Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S180] [S303]
secondary
Rebecca WhiteMoved1790near Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United States [S207]
memoir
William McFarlandLiving1790Kentucky, United States [S102] [N115]
research
William McFarlandMoved1790near Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United States [S207]
memoir
Gershom HallCensus (US Federal)1790Lanesborough, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S3041]
his wife, 5 sons and 4 daughters
(Named)
primary
Naamah HallCensus (US Federal)1790Lanesborough, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S3041] (Counted)
primary
John WhiteMoved1790Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United States [S101] [S207]
memoir
Rachel LindsayCensus (US Federal)Feb 25, 1790Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S531] (Counted)
primary
Isaac ForsythCensus (US Federal)Feb 25, 1790Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S531] [N103] (Counted)
primary
Frances BrownCensus (US Federal)Feb 25, 1790Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S531] (Counted)
primary
Alexander ForsythCensus (US Federal)Feb 25, 1790Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S531] (Named)
primary
Eva Catharina SteegerDeathApr 12, 1790Birken, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S1087]
derivative
William McFarlandResidenceMay 1790Greene, Tennessee, United States [S102]
derivative
Joseph McFarlandResidenceMay 1790Greene, Tennessee, United States [S102]
juror
derivative
Isabella WyleyCensus (US Federal)Aug 1, 1790Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S533] (Counted)
primary
Capt. Ahijah TaylorCensus (US Federal)Aug 1, 1790Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S533] (Named)
primary
William Henry ComptonCensus (US Federal)Aug 1, 1790New Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S1974] (Counted)
primary
Capt. David ComptonCensus (US Federal)Aug 1, 1790Chemung, Montgomery, New York, United States [S104] (Named)
primary
Lt. James ComptonCensus (US Federal)Aug 1, 1790Chemung, Montgomery, New York, United States [S104] (Counted)
primary
William K. ComptonCensus (US Federal)Aug 1, 1790New Cornwall, Orange, New York, United States [S1974] (Named)
primary
Abraham SnedenCensus (US Federal)Aug 1, 1790Haverstraw, Orange, New York, United States [S532] (Named)
primary
Capt. Joseph BennettCensus (US Federal)Aug 2, 1790Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S558] (Named)
primary
John LaysonFlourishedAug 25, 1790Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1244:156-157]
signed a petition to extended time for recording deeds
secondary
John LaysonFlourishedOct 22, 1790Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1244:145-146]
signed a petition to support setting up navigation on the Licking River and to protest grist mills
secondary
John LaysonFlourishedOct 27, 1790Hopewell, Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1227:17-20]
signed a petition be allowed to grow tobacco
derivative
Ens. William WittTax List 1791 to 1799Patrick, Virginia, United States
this might be a different William Witt, a son of a John Witt
Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly V24 N3 - Patrick County Tax Lists
unknown
Alexander ForsythTax List1791Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S180] [S303]
secondary
Capt. Joseph BennettResidenceFeb 7, 1791 [S155]
appointed guardian of David and Joseph Lyon, the sons of his brother-in-law, David Lyon
derivative
Robert William TaylorFlourishedMar 31, 1791Wolcott, Lamoille, Vermont, United States [S882] [S1489:7,8]
elected town clerk and town officer
derivative
John WhiteDeathOct 1791Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United States [S101] [S102] [S207] [S284]
killed by Indians
secondary
Russell LoomisMarriageOct 20, 1791Corinna Gillett, East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2971:189]
derivative
Katherine EvansMarriage 2ndaft Oct 1791Kentucky, United States [S207]
Robert Indicott
memoir
Alexander ForsythTax List1792Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S180] [S303]
secondary
John LaysonTax List1792Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1233]
secondary
Johann Peter BroscheidMarriageFeb 7, 1792Anna Gertrud Braun, Neunkirchen, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S2788] [S2789]
secondary
Robert McFarlandWillFeb 16, 1792Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S219]
secondary
Alexander ForsythFlourishedMar 23, 1792Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S1132]
petitioned to be excused fom a fine for not paying taxes
secondary
Joseph McFarlandResidenceAug 6, 1792Greene, Tennessee, United States [S102]
sold land
derivative
John LovellFlourishedOct 7, 1792Hampshire, Virginia, United States [S1279]
relieved from paying taxes
secondary
Isaac ForsythMarriage 1stDec 22, 1792Frances Brown, First Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S164] [S1062] [S1124:64] [N103]
secondary
John LaysonTax List1793Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1233]
secondary
Isaac ForsythResidence1793Heidelberg Township, York, Pennsylvania, United States [S1924]
primary
William White BrewerMarriage 1stabt 1793Henry, Virginia, United States
Frances Hopkins
no source
Capt. John W. McFarlandMovedabt 1793Harrison, Kentucky, United States [S39] [N115]
research
William McFarlandMoved1793Tennessee, United States [S101]
derivative
Arthur McFarlandMovedabt 1793Harrison, Kentucky, United States [S39] [N115]
research
Isaac ForsythOccupation 1793 to 1800drover [S1924]
primary
Rebecca WhiteMoved1793Tennessee, United States [S101]
derivative
Joseph McFarlandMovedabt 1793Harrison, Kentucky, United States [S39] [N115]
research
Rachel JelliffBirthJan 4, 1793Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S2] [S6] [S8] [S24] [S58]
primary
Nikolaus DahmMarriageJan 9, 1793Elisabetha Ferring, Pfarrei Welschbillig, Germany [S1089] [S1090] [S1091]
secondary
William McFarlandResidenceApr 20, 1793Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S222]
made oath that his sister Rachel was over 21 years of age
primary
Rebecca McFarlandBirthJul 22, 1793Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S101] [S102] [S150]
primary
Rebecca McFarlandMovedaft Jul 22, 1793Tennessee, United States [S101]
derivative
John LoomisDeathOct 18, 1793East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States [S2438] [S2970:438] [S2971:141] [S2974] 87 y
secondary
Ens. William WittFlourishedNov 11, 1793Patrick, Virginia, United States [S1648]
chosen for grand jury
secondary
William McFarlandResidenceDec 3, 1793Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
bought land from father
derivative
Margaret Rebecca LaysonBirthabt 1794Kentucky, United States [S75]
primary
Hugh HumphreyFlourished1794Great Barrington, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States [S2052:155]
He purchased the Humphrey Homestead
derivative
Esther DunnDeath1794Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S101] [S102]
derivative
Jesse ClaypoolFlourishedMar 26, 1794Hardy, West Virginia, United States [S1819:217]
listed in grant as assignee of John Berry and living on Lost River of Great Cacapeon
secondary
Bennet TaylorBirthApr 2, 1794Wolcott, Lamoille, Vermont, United States [S24] [S58] [S109]
primary
Dea. Robert FargoDeathApr 10, 1794Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States [S2055:129] [S2438] 68 y
secondary
Alexander ForsythLeasedAug 16, 1794104 North Howard St. - Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S176] [S178] [S1783]
lease Howard Street land from John Eagar Howard to farm cotton (recorded 5 Feb 1795)John Tessier assigned him a portion of a lease on the corner of Morris Street
primary
Elizabeth MillerFlourishedSep 20, 1794Hardy, West Virginia, United States [S1529]
her husband sold land inherited in 1786 by the will of his father who was granted it in 1761
secondary
Jesse ClaypoolFlourishedSep 20, 1794Hardy, West Virginia, United States [S1529]
sold land inherited in 1786 by the will of his father who was granted it in 1761
secondary
Joseph McFarlandCensus1795Harrison, Kentucky, United States [S102]
derivative
Alexander ForsythTax List1795Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S180] [S303]
secondary
William McFarlandCensus1795Harrison, Kentucky, United States [S102]
derivative
John LaysonTax List1795Bourbon, Kentucky, United States [S1233]
secondary
Anna Marie PetersBirthJun 15, 1795Niederwennerscheid, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [S785] [S1087] [S2788]
secondary
Thankful FrenchDeathabt Oct 1795 [S155]
derivative
Josiah TaylorProbateOct 27, 1795Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States [S155] [S2931]
primary
William McFarlandResidenceDec 1, 1795Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
sold land
derivative
Robert McFarlandResidenceDec 1, 1795Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
sold land
derivative
William McFarlandResidenceDec 1, 1795Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
bought land from father
derivative
Robert McFarlandResidenceDec 3, 1795Rockbridge, Virginia, United States [S102]
sold land
derivative
Maria Elisabeth Katharina GroßBirthDec 23, 1795Brenzingen, Germany [S1087]
derivative
Oliver A. ForsythBirthabt 1795/96Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, United States [S132] [S519] [S525] [S528]
primary
Margaret WhiteMoved1796Cynthiana, Harrison, Kentucky, United States [S101] [S102] [S207]
memoir
William McFarlandMoved1796Tennessee, United States [S642] </