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HYDE GENEALOGY;<br />

DESCENDANTS, IN THE FEMALE AS WELL<br />

AS IN THE MALE LINES,<br />

WILLIAM HYDE, OF NORWICH,<br />

WITH THEIR<br />

PLACES OF RESIDENCE, AND DATES OF BIRTHS.<br />

MARRIAGES, AC, AND OTHER PARTICULARS<br />

OP THEM AND THEIR FAMILIES<br />

AND ANCESTRY.<br />

REUBEN H. WALWORTH , LL. D.<br />

IN TWO VOLUMES.<br />

Vol. I.<br />

ALBANY:<br />

J. MUNSELL, 78 STATE STREET.<br />

1864.


Entered acc<strong>or</strong>d<strong>in</strong>g to Act of Congress, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> year 1864,<br />

BY REUBEN H. WALWORTH,<br />

<strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> Clerk's Office of <strong>the</strong> District Court f<strong>or</strong> <strong>the</strong> N<strong>or</strong><strong>the</strong>rn District of<br />

New Y<strong>or</strong>k.<br />

^Ols(-^- ^AL LIBRARY


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PREFACE.<br />

<strong>The</strong> compiler of this <strong>Hyde</strong> Grenealogy h<strong>as</strong> attempted, what he<br />

believes h<strong>as</strong> not bef<strong>or</strong>e been done <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> United States. That is. to<br />

trace out <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of one of <strong>the</strong> Pilgrim Fa<strong>the</strong>rs of New<br />

England, down to <strong>the</strong> present time, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> <strong>female</strong> l<strong>in</strong>es <strong>as</strong> <strong>well</strong> <strong>as</strong> <strong>in</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> male l<strong>in</strong>es; embrac<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong> most c<strong>as</strong>es seven <strong>or</strong> eight generations,<br />

and some times m<strong>or</strong>e, from William <strong>Hyde</strong> <strong>the</strong>ir common ancest<strong>or</strong>.<br />

And he h<strong>as</strong> succeeded far beyond what he had any re<strong>as</strong>on to ex-<br />

pect when he commenced <strong>the</strong> arduous t<strong>as</strong>k.<br />

He h<strong>as</strong> generally not only <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed <strong>the</strong> names of <strong>the</strong>se de-<br />

scendants, but also <strong>the</strong>ir places of residence, with <strong>the</strong> dates of <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

births, marriages and deaths ; and <strong>the</strong> names of <strong>the</strong> husbands and<br />

wives of such of <strong>the</strong>m <strong>as</strong> have married. In many c<strong>as</strong>es he h<strong>as</strong> also<br />

been able to trace back <strong>the</strong> ancestry of such husband <strong>or</strong> wife to <strong>the</strong><br />

first European settlers of America, and <strong>in</strong> some c<strong>as</strong>es to <strong>the</strong> nobility<br />

of England, and to its N<strong>or</strong>man and Anglo-Saxon k<strong>in</strong>gs, and to <strong>the</strong><br />

blood royal of Scotland, France, Spa<strong>in</strong>, Germany, etc.<br />

<strong>The</strong> compiler h<strong>as</strong> <strong>in</strong> many <strong>in</strong>stances been able to collect and<br />

rec<strong>or</strong>d facts <strong>in</strong> relation to <strong>the</strong> ancestry, <strong>in</strong> this country, of many of<br />

his relatives of <strong>the</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> blood, which render a descent from such<br />

ancest<strong>or</strong>s far m<strong>or</strong>e hon<strong>or</strong>able than a descent from k<strong>in</strong>gs <strong>or</strong> emper<strong>or</strong>s.<br />

F<strong>or</strong> those facts show a descent, <strong>in</strong> many c<strong>as</strong>es, from some of <strong>the</strong><br />

wisest, <strong>the</strong> best, <strong>the</strong> most pious, <strong>the</strong> most talented and <strong>the</strong> most<br />

patriotic of our own country.<br />

Those who have compiled genealogies of <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> who<br />

reta<strong>in</strong>ed <strong>the</strong> <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al family name of <strong>the</strong> common ancest<strong>or</strong>, have<br />

always found it difficult to trace out <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of those who


IV PREFACE.<br />

<strong>in</strong> early life removed to a distant part of <strong>the</strong> country from <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

domicil of <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>. F<strong>or</strong> <strong>the</strong> town and church rec<strong>or</strong>ds at <strong>the</strong> place of<br />

birth, <strong>or</strong> of marriage, seldom show to what places such removals were<br />

made. But <strong>the</strong> identity of <strong>the</strong> family name generally enables <strong>the</strong><br />

persever<strong>in</strong>g genealogist to trace out <strong>the</strong>ir <strong>descendants</strong> bear<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong><br />

<strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al family name. <strong>The</strong> difficulty is very greatly <strong>in</strong>cre<strong>as</strong>ed,<br />

where <strong>descendants</strong> of <strong>female</strong>s, who by marriage have changed <strong>the</strong><br />

family name, are to be traced out. And <strong>the</strong> compiler <strong>in</strong> many <strong>in</strong>-<br />

stances, after <strong>the</strong> most diligent <strong>in</strong>quiries and careful <strong>in</strong>vestigation,<br />

found it impossible to trace out and <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong> such <strong>descendants</strong>.<br />

Aga<strong>in</strong> : <strong>the</strong> registers of marriages, <strong>as</strong> usually kept by town clerks<br />

and by clergymen, very seldom, if ever, have an <strong>in</strong>dex to <strong>the</strong>m<br />

under <strong>the</strong> family names of <strong>the</strong> wives ; but <strong>the</strong> <strong>in</strong>dex only refers to<br />

<strong>the</strong> family name of <strong>the</strong> husband. And <strong>the</strong> registers of births very<br />

frequently mention only <strong>the</strong> family name of <strong>the</strong> fa<strong>the</strong>r of <strong>the</strong> child,<br />

with <strong>the</strong> Christian name of <strong>the</strong> mo<strong>the</strong>r ; without her maiden <strong>or</strong><br />

family name. Even where <strong>the</strong> family name of <strong>the</strong> mo<strong>the</strong>r of <strong>the</strong><br />

child is given <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> registry of births, if <strong>the</strong>re is m<strong>or</strong>e than one<br />

<strong>female</strong> resid<strong>in</strong>g at <strong>the</strong> same place and of about <strong>the</strong> same age and<br />

hav<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> same Christian and <strong>the</strong> same family name, it is very<br />

difficult to determ<strong>in</strong>e <strong>the</strong> identity of <strong>the</strong> wife <strong>in</strong> ancient rec<strong>or</strong>ds. ,<br />

<strong>The</strong> compiler <strong>the</strong>ref<strong>or</strong>e will be disappo<strong>in</strong>ted if it does not turn out<br />

that <strong>in</strong> some c<strong>as</strong>es he h<strong>as</strong> made a mistake <strong>in</strong> relation to <strong>the</strong> parent-<br />

age of <strong>the</strong> wife <strong>in</strong> this <strong>genealogy</strong>. And <strong>in</strong> some <strong>in</strong>stances he may<br />

have mistaken <strong>the</strong> parentage of <strong>the</strong> husband. But he h<strong>as</strong> generally I<br />

been able to test <strong>the</strong> identity of <strong>the</strong> parties to a marriage, and of <strong>the</strong><br />

parents of a child by <strong>in</strong>scriptions on grave-stones, rec<strong>or</strong>ds <strong>in</strong> family<br />

Bibles, and by <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation derived from <strong>descendants</strong>, <strong>or</strong> from col-<br />

lateral relatives; so that he trusts but few mistakes of this k<strong>in</strong>d<br />

have occurred. Where he had some doubt <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> identity, he<br />

h<strong>as</strong> <strong>in</strong>serted <strong>the</strong> w<strong>or</strong>d prohahli/ <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> rec<strong>or</strong>d.<br />

Where <strong>the</strong> compiler could not obta<strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> particulars of a family,<br />

from rec<strong>or</strong>ds <strong>or</strong> monuments, <strong>or</strong> from <strong>the</strong> fa<strong>the</strong>r <strong>or</strong> mo<strong>the</strong>r, <strong>or</strong> one of<br />

<strong>the</strong> children of such family, he h<strong>as</strong> been obliged to rely upon <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>ma-<br />

tion derived from collateral relatives and o<strong>the</strong>r sources. And many<br />

of <strong>the</strong> dates of births, marriages and deaths will unquestionably bo<br />

found not to be entirely c<strong>or</strong>rect. F<strong>or</strong> he h<strong>as</strong> frequently discovered<br />

that <strong>the</strong> dates of births and marriages, upon <strong>the</strong> town rec<strong>or</strong>ds and<br />

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PREFACE. V<br />

upon <strong>the</strong> church rec<strong>or</strong>ds, <strong>in</strong> family Bibles and <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> <strong>in</strong>scriptions<br />

upon tomb-stones, &c., do not agree with each o<strong>the</strong>r. Fa<strong>the</strong>rs<br />

very frequently make mistakes <strong>in</strong> giv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> dates of <strong>the</strong> births of<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir children, where <strong>the</strong>y do not refer to written mem<strong>or</strong>anda ;<br />

mo<strong>the</strong>rs very seldom make such mistakes. <strong>The</strong> dates <strong>in</strong> this gene-<br />

alogy, with <strong>the</strong> exception of a few typographical err<strong>or</strong>s, will<br />

generally be found sufficiently c<strong>or</strong>rect f<strong>or</strong> all useful purposes. Se-<br />

veral typographical err<strong>or</strong>s <strong>in</strong> "dates and some <strong>in</strong> names, are noticed <strong>in</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> errata pr<strong>in</strong>ted at <strong>the</strong> end of <strong>the</strong> second volume.<br />

but<br />

<strong>The</strong> compiler regrets that some of his relatives, to whom he sent<br />

circulars request<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation respect<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>ir families, have<br />

taken so little <strong>in</strong>terest <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> subject <strong>as</strong> to neglect to answer. Many<br />

o<strong>the</strong>rs to whom he sent circulars probably never received <strong>the</strong>m,<br />

ow<strong>in</strong>g to changes of residence, deaths, &c. Generally, he h<strong>as</strong><br />

re<strong>as</strong>on to thank his relatives of <strong>the</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> blood f<strong>or</strong> furnish<strong>in</strong>g him<br />

with <strong>the</strong> desired <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation so far <strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong>y were able to do it.<br />

Where he could not get <strong>the</strong> desired <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation from those who<br />

were best able to give it, he h<strong>as</strong> endeav<strong>or</strong>ed to obta<strong>in</strong> it from<br />

o<strong>the</strong>r sources <strong>as</strong> far <strong>as</strong> w<strong>as</strong> practicable.<br />

<strong>The</strong> compiler h<strong>as</strong> been able to persuade a few of his relatives of<br />

<strong>the</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> blood, to furnish engraved likenesses to embelish a w<strong>or</strong>k<br />

upon which he h<strong>as</strong> bestowed so much lab<strong>or</strong>. And he would have<br />

been ple<strong>as</strong>ed if he could have obta<strong>in</strong>ed many m<strong>or</strong>e, especially <strong>the</strong><br />

likenesses of some of <strong>the</strong> many beautiful <strong>female</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of his<br />

ancest<strong>or</strong>. He w<strong>as</strong> particularly anxious to obta<strong>in</strong>, and preserve <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

w<strong>or</strong>k, <strong>the</strong> likenesses of Mat<strong>the</strong>w Griswold, LL. D., Chief Justice<br />

and Govern<strong>or</strong> of Connecticut ; of Roger Griswold, LL. D., Judge<br />

of <strong>the</strong> Supreme Court and Govern<strong>or</strong> of Connecticut ; of Maj<strong>or</strong><br />

General Samuel Holden Parsons of <strong>the</strong> army of <strong>the</strong> Revolution ;<br />

of John Milton Niles, U. S. Senat<strong>or</strong> and Post M<strong>as</strong>ter General; of<br />

<strong>the</strong> late Edward D<strong>or</strong>r Griff<strong>in</strong>, D. D., President of Williams College;<br />

of <strong>the</strong> late Samuel Dickenson Hubbard, LL. D., Post M<strong>as</strong>ter Gene-<br />

ral ; of <strong>the</strong> late Rev. Edward Rob<strong>in</strong>son, LL. D. of New Y<strong>or</strong>k, <strong>the</strong><br />

dist<strong>in</strong>guished Oriental Scholar; of <strong>the</strong> late James Hillhouse, LL. D.<br />

of New Haven, U. S. Senat<strong>or</strong> ; of <strong>the</strong> late Oliver Hillhouse Pr<strong>in</strong>ce,<br />

U. S. Senat<strong>or</strong> from Ge<strong>or</strong>gia; of <strong>the</strong> late William Woodbridge,<br />

U. S. Senat<strong>or</strong> and Govern<strong>or</strong> of Michigan ; of <strong>the</strong> late Albert


VI PREFACE.<br />

Haller Tracy, <strong>the</strong> dist<strong>in</strong>guished Statesman of Buffalo ; and of<br />

Charles Johnson McCurdy of Lyme, M<strong>in</strong>ister to Austria and Judge<br />

of <strong>the</strong> Superi<strong>or</strong> Court of Conn. But he did not succeed <strong>in</strong> ob-<br />

ta<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> likeness of any of <strong>the</strong>se.<br />

He now submits <strong>the</strong> w<strong>or</strong>k to those f<strong>or</strong> whose use and <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>ma-<br />

tion it h<strong>as</strong> been prepared ; expect<strong>in</strong>g no remuneration f<strong>or</strong> his lab<strong>or</strong><br />

and expenses, except <strong>the</strong> ple<strong>as</strong>ure he h<strong>as</strong> derived by becom<strong>in</strong>g ac-<br />

qua<strong>in</strong>ted with so many of his k<strong>in</strong>dred, and that which he hopes<br />

hereafter to receive from <strong>the</strong>ir approval of <strong>the</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> Genealogy.<br />

He takes this occ<strong>as</strong>ion to acknowledge his especial <strong>in</strong>debtedness<br />

to several <strong>in</strong>dividuals, who have greatly aided him <strong>in</strong> obta<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g<br />

materials f<strong>or</strong> <strong>the</strong> w<strong>or</strong>k.<br />

To <strong>the</strong> late Edward Bob<strong>in</strong>son, LL. D. (No. 3047), f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g<br />

and furnish<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of Lydia Brown<br />

and Ichabod Rob<strong>in</strong>son of Lebanon ; to Dr. Joseph Frankl<strong>in</strong> Jewett<br />

(No. 5837), f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g and furnish<strong>in</strong>g much valuable <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation<br />

<strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> descendant of Capt. Nathan Jewett and Deb<strong>or</strong>ah L<strong>or</strong>d ;<br />

<strong>the</strong> late Bev. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Griswold Sill (No. 5478), f<strong>or</strong> much valuable<br />

<strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation relative to <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of Phebe L<strong>or</strong>d of Lyme, |<br />

hav<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> family name of Sill; to Dr. John De Lamater (No.<br />

6384), of Cleveland, f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g and furnish<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> |<br />

to <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of his ancestress, Mary Griswold, who m. Ed-<br />

mund D<strong>or</strong>r of Lyme; to Abigail Baldw<strong>in</strong> (No. 3229), wife of Gen.<br />

Elisha M. Pomeroy of Wali<strong>in</strong>gf<strong>or</strong>d, Conn., f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g and fur-<br />

nish<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> numerous <strong>descendants</strong> of her fa<strong>the</strong>r,<br />

H<strong>or</strong>ace Baldw<strong>in</strong>, late of Litchfield, Conn. ; to Jab<strong>in</strong> Armstrong<br />

(No. 4812), of Belle Isle, N. Y., f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g and furnish<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong>-<br />

f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of his mo<strong>the</strong>r, Abigail Ladd, who<br />

m. James Armstrong of Frankl<strong>in</strong>, Conn.; to <strong>the</strong> Hon. Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

J. Patterson (No. 2916), of Rochester, N. Y., f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g and<br />

furnish<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of Clarissa <strong>Hyde</strong>, who<br />

m. Josiah Lee Patterson; to Samuel Holden Parsons (No. 6083), of<br />

Middletown, Conn., f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g and furnish<strong>in</strong>g much valuable<br />

<strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> descendents of his ancestress, Phebe Griswold,<br />

who m. Rev. Jonathan Parsons of Lyme; to Rev. Jonathan Grecu-<br />

leaf (No. 6105), of Brooklyn, N. Y., f<strong>or</strong> furnish<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong><br />

to <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of his mo<strong>the</strong>r, Lucy Parsons, who m. Capt.<br />

to<br />

|


PREFACE. VU<br />

Moses Greenleaf of Newburyp<strong>or</strong>t; to Fanny L<strong>or</strong>d Kogers (No.<br />

3391), of N<strong>or</strong>wich Town, Conn., f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g and furnish<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong>-<br />

f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of her grandmo<strong>the</strong>r Zylpha <strong>Hyde</strong>,<br />

who m. James Rogers of Wauwecus Hill <strong>in</strong> N<strong>or</strong>wich ; to Judge<br />

Samuel L. Selden (No. 4470), of Rochester, f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g and fur-<br />

nish<strong>in</strong>g much valuable <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of his<br />

ancestress, Elizabeth Rogers, who m. Ezra Selden of Lyme, Conn.,<br />

and of his ancest<strong>or</strong>, Elijah Ely of Lymej to Ge<strong>or</strong>ge W. Jonson<br />

(No. 4395), of Buffalo, N. Y., f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g and furnish<strong>in</strong>g valuable<br />

<strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of his ancestress, Anne Wa-<br />

terman, who m. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Harris of Bozrah, Conn. ; to Miss Har-<br />

riet L<strong>or</strong>d (No. 5312), of Lyme, f<strong>or</strong> her <strong>as</strong>sistance <strong>in</strong> trac<strong>in</strong>g out <strong>the</strong><br />

<strong>descendants</strong> of Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong>, who m. Richard L<strong>or</strong>d; and of<br />

Phebe <strong>Hyde</strong>, who m. Mat<strong>the</strong>w Grriswold; to Judge Charles J. Mc-<br />

Curdy (No. 5374), f<strong>or</strong> valuable <strong>as</strong>sistance <strong>in</strong> trac<strong>in</strong>g out <strong>the</strong> same<br />

<strong>descendants</strong>, and f<strong>or</strong> <strong>the</strong> hospitalities of himself and family at<br />

Lyme f<strong>or</strong> a long time, while <strong>the</strong> compiler w<strong>as</strong> thus engaged ; to Miss<br />

Frances M. Caulk<strong>in</strong>s (No. 6478+), of New London, f<strong>or</strong> furnish<strong>in</strong>g<br />

much valuable <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to several branches of <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong><br />

of her ancest<strong>or</strong>, <strong>the</strong> first William <strong>Hyde</strong> ;<br />

to Rev. Albert T. Chester,<br />

D. D. (No. 3757+), of Buffalo, N. Y., f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g and furnish<strong>in</strong>g<br />

<strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of his ancest<strong>or</strong>. Maj<strong>or</strong> Eleazer<br />

Tracy of Frankl<strong>in</strong>, Conn., who m. Prudee Rogers ; to Rev. Lavius<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (No. 1564), of Bolton, Conn., f<strong>or</strong> much valuable <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation<br />

collected and furnished from time to time, <strong>in</strong> relation to different<br />

branches of <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of his ancest<strong>or</strong>, <strong>the</strong> first William<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong>; to <strong>the</strong> Rev. Elijah B. Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton (No. 6881+), of Stam-<br />

f<strong>or</strong>d, Conn., f<strong>or</strong> collect<strong>in</strong>g and furnish<strong>in</strong>g from time to time much<br />

valuable <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton <strong>descendants</strong> of his an-<br />

cest<strong>or</strong>, <strong>the</strong> first William <strong>Hyde</strong> ; to D. Williams Patterson of West<br />

W<strong>in</strong>stead, Conn., a dist<strong>in</strong>guished genealogist, f<strong>or</strong> much valuable<br />

<strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>in</strong> relation to some of <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of William<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong>; and to Dr. Ashbel Woodward of Frankl<strong>in</strong>, Conn., especially<br />

f<strong>or</strong> much valuable <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation, and f<strong>or</strong> <strong>the</strong> hospitalities of his<br />

house, and <strong>the</strong> facilities of search<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> town and church rec<strong>or</strong>ds<br />

of Frankl<strong>in</strong>, and <strong>in</strong> trac<strong>in</strong>g out numerous <strong>descendants</strong> of <strong>the</strong> first<br />

William <strong>Hyde</strong>, who were b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>or</strong> domiciled <strong>the</strong>re.


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PREFACE.<br />

<strong>The</strong> compiler h<strong>as</strong> also availed himself of much useful <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>ma-<br />

tion furnished by <strong>the</strong> late Judge F. P. Tracy of San Francisco, <strong>as</strong><br />

to <strong>the</strong> Tracys who are <strong>descendants</strong> of <strong>the</strong> first William <strong>Hyde</strong>, and i<br />

also <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong>ir Endish and French ancestry.<br />

Saratoga Spr<strong>in</strong>gs, 22 Feb., 1864.<br />

E. H. W.


HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

I, William <strong>Hyde</strong> (1) <strong>the</strong> first, of N'<strong>or</strong>wicli, is not certa<strong>in</strong>ly<br />

known to have heen connected with any of <strong>the</strong><br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> families who came to this country from England, of<br />

which <strong>the</strong>re were several <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> United States. Among<br />

o<strong>the</strong>r families of that name were <strong>the</strong> follow<strong>in</strong>g<br />

1. Scmmel <strong>Hyde</strong>, who came to ll^ewton, M<strong>as</strong>s., about<br />

1640, and h<strong>as</strong> many <strong>descendants</strong>.<br />

2. Jonathan <strong>Hyde</strong>, his younger bro<strong>the</strong>r, who m. 1 Mary<br />

French, and 2 Mary Rediat, and had 19 children. He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> grandfa<strong>the</strong>r of Jonathan <strong>Hyde</strong> who settled at<br />

Pomfret, Conn., <strong>in</strong> 1714, and had 6 sons ; and who w<strong>as</strong> probably<br />

<strong>the</strong> ancest<strong>or</strong> of most of <strong>the</strong> Pomfret and Canterljury<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong>s, whose <strong>descendants</strong> are now extensively scattered <strong>in</strong><br />

different parts of <strong>the</strong> IT. S. He w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> ancest<strong>or</strong> of <strong>the</strong><br />

Rev. Ephraim <strong>Hyde</strong> who grad. at Yale, 1759, and w<strong>as</strong><br />

m<strong>in</strong>ister of Rehoboth, and of <strong>the</strong> venerable Dr. John<br />

Angier <strong>Hyde</strong>, a dist<strong>in</strong>guished physician of Freep<strong>or</strong>t, Me.,<br />

who w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong> 1856, at <strong>the</strong> advanced age of 84 years.<br />

3. Humjyhrey <strong>Hyde</strong>, who came from Eng., and w<strong>as</strong> an<br />

extensive land holder at Fairfield, Conn., <strong>in</strong> 1655. He<br />

made his will 8 May, 1666, devis<strong>in</strong>g divers tracts of land<br />

to his son John, and to his daus. Hannah and Sarah. His<br />

son John <strong>Hyde</strong>, who d. 1689, at Fairfield, had by his wife<br />

Elizabeth" one son and three daus. He w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> ancest<strong>or</strong><br />

of <strong>the</strong> late Thom<strong>as</strong> S. Jesup, quarter m<strong>as</strong>ter general of <strong>the</strong><br />

1<br />

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2<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

U. S. A. ; of Samuel Burr Sherwood of Westp<strong>or</strong>t, Conn.,<br />

who grad. at Yale <strong>in</strong> 1786, and w<strong>as</strong> a member of congress ;<br />

of Sarah Sherwood, wife of <strong>the</strong> late Gov. Bissell of Conn.<br />

and of Kachel <strong>Hyde</strong>, wife of Judge Ebenezer Andrews of<br />

Milan, O., who grad. at Yale <strong>in</strong> 1817.<br />

4. John <strong>Hyde</strong> of Richmond, Va., who came to America<br />

about 1750, and h<strong>as</strong><br />

Union.<br />

<strong>descendants</strong> <strong>in</strong> various parts of <strong>the</strong><br />

<strong>The</strong> name of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (1), first appears at Hart-<br />

f<strong>or</strong>d, Conn., <strong>in</strong> 1636. And his name is on <strong>the</strong> monument<br />

<strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> old cemetery at that place <strong>as</strong> one of <strong>the</strong> <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al<br />

settlers ; and he had lands <strong>as</strong>signed to him <strong>the</strong>re.<br />

Many families of <strong>the</strong> name of <strong>Hyde</strong> had been settled <strong>in</strong><br />

difierent parts of England f<strong>or</strong> five <strong>or</strong> six hundred years<br />

pri<strong>or</strong> to <strong>the</strong> settlement of Kew England. One of <strong>the</strong><br />

name. Sir Mchol<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong>, w<strong>as</strong> chief justice of <strong>the</strong> court of<br />

K<strong>in</strong>g's Bench <strong>in</strong> 1626 ; ano<strong>the</strong>r. Sir Robert <strong>Hyde</strong>, w<strong>as</strong><br />

chief justice of <strong>the</strong> court of common ple<strong>as</strong> <strong>in</strong> 1660. And<br />

a third. Sir Edward <strong>Hyde</strong>, afterwards <strong>the</strong> Earl of Clarendon,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> l<strong>or</strong>d chancell<strong>or</strong> at <strong>the</strong> rest<strong>or</strong>ation, 1660 ; and w<strong>as</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> grandfa<strong>the</strong>r of Queen Mary <strong>the</strong> 2d, and Queen Ann,<br />

and of Edward <strong>Hyde</strong>, L<strong>or</strong>d C<strong>or</strong>nbury, who w<strong>as</strong> one of<br />

<strong>the</strong> prov<strong>in</strong>cial govern<strong>or</strong>s of New Y<strong>or</strong>k.<br />

William <strong>Hyde</strong> (1) <strong>the</strong> first ol N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a cotcmp<strong>or</strong>ary<br />

of Sir Robert Plyde and of <strong>the</strong> Earl of Clarendon<br />

but w<strong>as</strong> undoubtedly of humbler <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>. I have not been<br />

to<br />

able to <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong> from what part of England he came ;<br />

what family he belonged ; <strong>or</strong> where he first landed <strong>in</strong> this<br />

country, <strong>or</strong> <strong>the</strong> precise time when lie arrived here. He<br />

probably, however, came over <strong>in</strong> 1633, with <strong>the</strong> Rev.<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Hooker, <strong>the</strong> first m<strong>in</strong>ister of Hartf<strong>or</strong>d ; sojourned<br />

a sh<strong>or</strong>t time at ISTewton, M<strong>as</strong>s., and removed with Inm to<br />

Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, <strong>in</strong> 1636. <strong>The</strong> time of his removal to Sayl;)rook,<br />

is not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed, but he owned lands <strong>in</strong> Hartf<strong>or</strong>d <strong>as</strong> late<br />

<strong>as</strong> 1639. He probably went to Saybrook soon after that,<br />

and his dau. w<strong>as</strong> m. <strong>the</strong>re early <strong>in</strong> 1652. No <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation<br />

h<strong>as</strong> been obta<strong>in</strong>ed <strong>as</strong> to <strong>the</strong> name of his wife, <strong>or</strong> when <strong>or</strong><br />

wdiere she died. From <strong>the</strong> age of <strong>the</strong> son when he died<br />

(f<strong>or</strong>ty), he must have been b. <strong>in</strong> 1636. His mo<strong>the</strong>r w<strong>as</strong><br />

of course <strong>the</strong>n liv<strong>in</strong>g, and proliably died at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d <strong>or</strong><br />

Saybrook, bef<strong>or</strong>e <strong>the</strong> removal of her husband to N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

<strong>as</strong> no account of her death is found upon <strong>the</strong> N<strong>or</strong>wich rec<strong>or</strong>ds.<br />

<strong>The</strong> daughter ei<strong>the</strong>r w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> England, <strong>or</strong> w<strong>as</strong><br />

married very young ; <strong>the</strong> date of her birth, <strong>or</strong> her age at<br />

<strong>the</strong> time of her death <strong>in</strong> 1708, have not been <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

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HYDE GENEALOGY. 3<br />

K<strong>or</strong>wich w<strong>as</strong> settled <strong>in</strong> 1660. <strong>The</strong> 35 <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al propriet<strong>or</strong>s<br />

of that town were <strong>the</strong> Rev. James Fitch, <strong>the</strong> first<br />

m<strong>in</strong>ister of that place; Maj<strong>or</strong> John M<strong>as</strong>on, afterwards<br />

Lieut. Gov. of Connecticut ; Lieut. Thom<strong>as</strong> Lefi<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong><br />

Lieut. Thom<strong>as</strong> Tracy, and his eldest son, John Tracy;<br />

Deacon Thom<strong>as</strong> Adgate ; Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, and his<br />

Ensign Thom<strong>as</strong> Wa-<br />

bro<strong>the</strong>r, Deacon Simon Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton ;<br />

terman ; William <strong>Hyde</strong>, and his son, Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong>, and<br />

his son-<strong>in</strong>-law, John Post ; Thom<strong>as</strong> Post ; Lieut. William<br />

33ackus, and his bro<strong>the</strong>r, Stephen Backus ; Deacon Hugh<br />

Calk<strong>in</strong>s, and his son, John Calk<strong>in</strong>s, and his son-<strong>in</strong>-law,<br />

Jonathan Royce ; John Reynolds-; Tliom<strong>as</strong> Bliss ; Francis<br />

Griswold ; John Birchard ; Robert Wade ; M<strong>or</strong>gan Bowers<br />

; John Gager ; Thom<strong>as</strong> Howard ; Dr. John Olmstead<br />

^Nehemiali Smith ; Richard Edgerton ; John Elderk<strong>in</strong><br />

John Bradf<strong>or</strong>d ; Thom<strong>as</strong> B<strong>in</strong>gham ; Robert Allen ; John<br />

Baldw<strong>in</strong>, and John Pe<strong>as</strong>e. Most of <strong>the</strong>se <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al propriet<strong>or</strong>s<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich were from Saybrook, and E<strong>as</strong>t Saybrook<br />

(now Lyme). Hugh Calk<strong>in</strong>s, and his son and son<strong>in</strong>-law,<br />

and John Pe<strong>as</strong>e, John Gager, Nehemiah Smith,<br />

and Robert Allen, were from New London. Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

Waterman,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s.<br />

and John Bradf<strong>or</strong>d, were from Marshfield,<br />

William <strong>Hyde</strong>f w<strong>as</strong> a man of considerable imp<strong>or</strong>tance<br />

among <strong>the</strong> settlers of IsT<strong>or</strong>wich, and w<strong>as</strong> frequently elected<br />

<strong>as</strong> one of <strong>the</strong> townsmen, <strong>or</strong> selectmen. He d. at N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

6 January, 1681. His home lot w<strong>as</strong> devised to his<br />

grandson, William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) <strong>the</strong> second. And a part of<br />

it w<strong>as</strong> owned by William Mansfield, a descendant of <strong>the</strong><br />

latter ; and w<strong>as</strong> occupied by him <strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> site of his d<strong>well</strong><strong>in</strong>g-house<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1859.<br />

<strong>The</strong> children of William Hi/de were<br />

2. Samuel, b. about 1637, at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, m. Jane Lee.+<br />

3. Hester, b. prob. <strong>in</strong> England, m. John Post.t<br />

SECOND aENERATION.<br />

II.<br />

1637,<br />

Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2), b<strong>or</strong>n at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, Conn., about<br />

only son of <strong>the</strong> first William <strong>Hyde</strong> of N<strong>or</strong>wich, m.<br />

<strong>in</strong> June, 1659, Jane Lee of E<strong>as</strong>t Saybrook (now Lyme).<br />

She w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

wife.<br />

dau. of Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee and Brown, his<br />

[This Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee came from England <strong>in</strong> 1641, with<br />

Ms wife and three children. He d. on <strong>the</strong> p<strong>as</strong>sage<br />

and his widow and children came to Saybrook. <strong>The</strong> first<br />

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4<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee of Lyme w<strong>as</strong> a bro<strong>the</strong>r of Jane, wife of this<br />

Samuel Llyde. And Sarah Lee, who m. John Large of<br />

Lyme, and settled on Long Island, w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong>ir sister.]<br />

Samnel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) and his wife came to N<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> 1660.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir eldest dan., Elizabeth, b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> August of that year,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> first white child b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> N<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> a farmer,<br />

and had lands <strong>as</strong>signed to him at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms,<br />

where he d. <strong>in</strong> 1677, at <strong>the</strong> age of 40 years. And John<br />

Birchard became <strong>the</strong> guardian of his children, who were<br />

all m<strong>in</strong><strong>or</strong>s at that time. <strong>The</strong> date of his wife's death is<br />

not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir cMldren loere<br />

:<br />

4. Samuel, b. <strong>in</strong> May, 1G65, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elizabeth CalkiDS.+<br />

5. John, b. <strong>in</strong> Dec, 1667, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Experience Abel.t<br />

6. William, b. <strong>in</strong> Jan., 1670, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Anne Bushnell.f<br />

7. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. <strong>in</strong> July, 1672, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Backus.f<br />

8. Jabez, b. <strong>in</strong> May, 1677, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elizabeth l>ushnell.+<br />

9. Elizabeth, b. <strong>in</strong> Aug., 1660, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lieut. Richard<br />

L<strong>or</strong>d.+<br />

10. Phebe, b. <strong>in</strong> Jan., 1663, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mat<strong>the</strong>w Griswold.f<br />

11. Sarah, b. <strong>in</strong> Feb., 1675, d. <strong>the</strong> same year.<br />

n. Hester (Es<strong>the</strong>r) <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), <strong>the</strong> daughter of William<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich, \v<strong>as</strong> probably b. <strong>in</strong> England. She<br />

m. <strong>in</strong> March, 1652, at Saybrook, John Post, b. about 1627,<br />

<strong>in</strong> Eng., son of Stephen Post, who w<strong>as</strong> at Newtown<br />

1634, removed to Hartf<strong>or</strong>d 1636, and d. 16 Aug., 1659, at<br />

Saybrook. [Stephen Post had three sons and one dan.<br />

John who m. Hester <strong>Hyde</strong>; Thom<strong>as</strong> who m., 1, Mary Andrews,<br />

and 2, Rebecca Bruen of N<strong>or</strong>wich ; Abraham who<br />

m. and rema<strong>in</strong>ed at Saybrook ; and Ca<strong>the</strong>r<strong>in</strong>e whom., 1649,<br />

Alexander Chalker of Saybrook.] John Post and wife<br />

settled at Saybrook, where <strong>the</strong>ir four eldest children were<br />

b<strong>or</strong>n. <strong>The</strong>y removed to N<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> 1660. His home lot<br />

w<strong>as</strong> on <strong>the</strong> opposite side of <strong>the</strong> street from that of his<br />

fa<strong>the</strong>r-<strong>in</strong>-law, William <strong>Hyde</strong>, and w<strong>as</strong>, <strong>in</strong> 1858, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

possession of two of his <strong>descendants</strong>, <strong>the</strong> widow, Lucretia<br />

Carew, and her daughter, <strong>the</strong> widow of Ros<strong>well</strong><br />

M<strong>or</strong>gan, Esq. Mr. Post w<strong>as</strong> an active, <strong>in</strong>fiueiitial man <strong>in</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> town. His wife d. at N<strong>or</strong>wich, 13 November, 1703.<br />

He survived her, and d. <strong>the</strong>re 10 February, 1711, aged 83,<br />

and is buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> old cemetery near <strong>the</strong> church at N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

Town.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loere:<br />

13. John, b. 12 April, 1657, at Saybrook, m. Sarah Reynolds.+


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14. Samuel, b. 8 Marcli, 1668, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ruth Lathrop.t<br />

15. Margaret, b. 21 Feb., 1653, at Saybrook, ni. Caleb Abel.f<br />

16. Elizabeth, b. 22 Feb., 1655, at Saybrook. I have not beeu<br />

able to trace her fur<strong>the</strong>r. 8he probably died unmarried.<br />

17. Sarah, b. 6 Nov., 1659, at Saybrook, m. Capt. John Hough.f<br />

18. Mary, b. , 1662, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Nathaniel Rudd.t<br />

19. Abigail, b. 6 Nov., 1664, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. <strong>in</strong> April, 1676.<br />

20. Hannah, b. Oct., 1671, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She probably died unm.<br />

21. Lydia, b. 11 March, 1674, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m., 1, Abel Mo<strong>or</strong>e<br />

of New London, and 2, Joseph Harris of New London, and<br />

probably died s. p.<br />

What renders it almost certa<strong>in</strong> that three of <strong>the</strong> seven<br />

daughters of Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> and John Post must have died<br />

previously to 18 of Jan., 1686, and probably unmarried, is<br />

that by a deed of that date, upon <strong>the</strong> W<strong>in</strong>dham rec<strong>or</strong>ds,<br />

it appears that WilHam <strong>Hyde</strong> willed to <strong>the</strong> daugliters of<br />

his only daughter, Hester Post, certa<strong>in</strong> lands <strong>in</strong> W<strong>in</strong>dham.<br />

That a controversy arose between <strong>the</strong> eldest son of her<br />

bro<strong>the</strong>r and <strong>the</strong> devisees, <strong>in</strong> relation to <strong>the</strong> validity of ihis<br />

will ; and that a compromise took place between him and<br />

<strong>the</strong> three sons-<strong>in</strong>-law of Hester Hyuu and Jolm Post;<br />

Caleb Abel, John Hough, and Nathaniel Ru--d. And by<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir deed <strong>the</strong> latter three conveyed, to <strong>the</strong> said oldest son<br />

of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> <strong>the</strong> first, one-half of <strong>the</strong> lands <strong>in</strong> dispute,<br />

<strong>in</strong> compromise of his claim. And no mention is made of<br />

any o<strong>the</strong>r granddaughters of <strong>the</strong> testat<strong>or</strong>, <strong>as</strong> be<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong> existence,<br />

to make any claim to <strong>the</strong> lands under <strong>the</strong> will<br />

devis<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> same to <strong>the</strong> daughters of <strong>the</strong> testat<strong>or</strong>'s daughter,<br />

Hester Post.<br />

THIRD GENERATION.<br />

<strong>in</strong>. Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4), b<strong>or</strong>n at IsT<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., <strong>in</strong> May,<br />

1665, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) and Jane Lee,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of <strong>the</strong> first William <strong>Hyde</strong> of IST<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

He m. 10 Dec, 1690, Elizabeth Calk<strong>in</strong>s, b. April, 1673,<br />

daughter of John Calk<strong>in</strong>s and Sarah his wife of IST<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

[This John Calk<strong>in</strong>s w<strong>as</strong> one of <strong>the</strong> <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al propriet<strong>or</strong>s<br />

of JST<strong>or</strong>wich, and w<strong>as</strong> son of Hugh Calk<strong>in</strong>s, b. 1600 at<br />

Chepstone, England, who emigrated to this country from<br />

Monmouthshire about 1640, and settled at Marshfield,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s. ; and after resid<strong>in</strong>g at Lynn, Gloucester, and at<br />

Kew London f<strong>or</strong> several years, f<strong>in</strong>ally settled at IT<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1660, and frequently represented <strong>the</strong> town <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> general<br />

court. His wife's name w<strong>as</strong> Ann ; and he d. <strong>in</strong> 1690.<br />

See Caulk<strong>in</strong>s's New London, 158.]


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HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> is described <strong>in</strong> an early entry <strong>in</strong> tlic N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

rec<strong>or</strong>ds <strong>as</strong> be<strong>in</strong>g of Wiudbam. But he removed from<br />

<strong>the</strong>re to Lebanon, where he d. 6 November, 1742 ; and <strong>in</strong><br />

1743, Hempstead says, "his widow is still liv<strong>in</strong>g at <strong>the</strong><br />

homestead with her son."<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

22. Samuel, b. 10 Sept., 1691, at W<strong>in</strong>dham, m. Priscilla Bradf<strong>or</strong>d.f<br />

23. Dauiel, b. 16 Aug., 1694, at W<strong>in</strong>dham, m. Abigail Wattles.-f-<br />

24. Elijah, b. <strong>in</strong> 17U5 at Lebanon, m. 1 Ruth Tracy, 2 Mercy<br />

Colniau.+<br />

25. Caleb, b. 9 April, 1699, at W<strong>in</strong>dham, m. Mary Blackman.+<br />

26. David, bap. 22 March, 1719, at Lebanon, m. Al<strong>the</strong>a Bradf<strong>or</strong>d.-^-<br />

27. Ebenezer, b. at Lebanon, m. 1 D<strong>or</strong>othy Throop, 2 Elizabeth<br />

Graves.'^<br />

28. Sarah, b. 20 Dec, 1696, at W<strong>in</strong>dham, m. Ebenezer Brown.t<br />

29. Elizabeth, bap. 12 Dec, 1703, at Lebanon, m. Bev. Timothy<br />

Coll<strong>in</strong>s.+<br />

30. Lydia, b. about 1710, at Lebanon, m. Jonathan Metcalf."!-<br />

31. Anne, b. at Lebanon, m. 1 Simon Gray, 2 Adonijah Eitch.f<br />

<strong>in</strong>. John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., <strong>in</strong> December,<br />

1667, tho second son of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) and Jane<br />

Lee, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of <strong>the</strong> first William <strong>Hyde</strong> of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

He m. 3 March, 1698, Experience Abel (98), b<strong>or</strong>n^<br />

at N<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> December, 1674, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of<br />

his first cous<strong>in</strong> Margaret Post (15) and Caleb Abel of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> a farmer<br />

and <strong>in</strong> 1719, he purch<strong>as</strong>ed a farm of Nathaniel Backus, at<br />

Wawecus Hill ; which farm <strong>in</strong> 1859, w<strong>as</strong> <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> hands of<br />

some of <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of his granddaughter Zylpha<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (224), who m. James Rogers. John <strong>Hyde</strong>, died at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich 26 July, 1727. His wife survived him, and d.<br />

24 Oct., 1763.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

83. John, b. 5 Dec, 1698, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Sarah H<strong>as</strong>kius, 2<br />

Elizabeth Backus.f<br />

34. Eleazer, b. 12 Dec, 1704, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Hewitt.-i-<br />

35. James, b. 28 Feb., 1707, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Marshall.t<br />

36. Mat<strong>the</strong>w, b. 28 April, 1711, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Elizabeth Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton,<br />

2 Hannah Pember.f<br />

37. Experience, b. 7 Sept., 1700, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Samuel Giff<strong>or</strong>d.f<br />

38. Margaret, b. 16 Aug., 1702, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. John Tracy.f<br />

39. Es<strong>the</strong>r, b. 16 Feb., 1709, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Thom<strong>as</strong> Williams.f<br />

40. Lucy, b. 16 April, 1713, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Asa Waterman.-l-<br />

41. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 22 Jan., 1716, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ebenezer Thom<strong>as</strong>.!-


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m. William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., <strong>in</strong><br />

Jan., 1670, <strong>the</strong> third son of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> {%) and Jane<br />

Lee, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of <strong>the</strong> first William <strong>Hyde</strong> of I^<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

He m. 2, Jan., 1695, Anne Bushnell, b<strong>or</strong>n 4 Dec.,<br />

1674, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, eldest dan. of Richard Bushnell, Esq.,<br />

and Elizabeth Adgate of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

[This Richard Bushnell w<strong>as</strong> one of <strong>the</strong> early magistrates<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> b. at Saybrook <strong>in</strong> Sept. 1652, m. 7<br />

Dec, 1672, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, his step sister Elizabeth Adgate,<br />

b. at Saybrook 10 October, 1651. He died at N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

27 August, 1727. His mo<strong>the</strong>r w<strong>as</strong> Mary Mar\nn, b. <strong>in</strong><br />

England <strong>in</strong> 1629, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of Mat<strong>the</strong>w Marv<strong>in</strong>,<br />

one of <strong>the</strong> first settlers of Hartf<strong>or</strong>d ; who came <strong>the</strong>re<br />

from England, <strong>in</strong> 1635, and afterwards settled and died at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>walk {see HalVs Hist. Bee. of N<strong>or</strong>walk, 181). She<br />

m. 11 Oct., 1648, Richard Bushnell of Saybrook, and had<br />

by him two sons, and two daughters. 1. Joseph, b. <strong>in</strong><br />

May, 1651, m. Mary Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> of N<strong>or</strong>wich. 2. Richard^<br />

bef<strong>or</strong>e named. 3. Mary, b. <strong>in</strong> Jan. 1655, m. Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> <strong>the</strong> second of N<strong>or</strong>wich. And 4. Maria, b. <strong>in</strong><br />

!March, 1657, who died unmarried <strong>in</strong> March, 1748, After<br />

<strong>the</strong> d. of her first husband, Mrs. Mary (Marv<strong>in</strong>) Bushnell,<br />

m. <strong>in</strong> 1659, at Saybrook, Deacon Thom<strong>as</strong> Adgate, a<br />

widower with two daughters, Elizabeth, who m. her stepbro<strong>the</strong>r<br />

Richard Bushnell ; and Hannah, b. at Saybrook,<br />

6 October, 1653 ; who m. <strong>in</strong> November, 1675, Samuel Lathrop<br />

<strong>the</strong> second of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

Of this marriage with Deacon Adgate (who removed<br />

with her, and all of <strong>the</strong>ir children by <strong>the</strong>ir first marriages<br />

to N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>in</strong> 1660), she had one son and three daughters.<br />

1. Thom<strong>as</strong> Adgate, b. <strong>in</strong> March, 1670, who m. 15 June,<br />

1692, Ruth BiWster. 2. Abigail, b. <strong>in</strong> Aug., 1661, m.<br />

19 Sept., 1682, <strong>the</strong> first Daniel Tracy of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

3. Sarah, b. <strong>in</strong> Jan., 1664, m. 26 May, 1681, <strong>the</strong> second<br />

Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> first white male<br />

child b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>the</strong>re. And 4. Rebecca, b. <strong>in</strong> June, 1666, who<br />

m. 28 November, 1687, <strong>the</strong> first Joseph Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, and settled at W<strong>in</strong>dham, Conn., and w<strong>as</strong> ancestress<br />

of Grov. Samuel Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, one of <strong>the</strong> signers<br />

of <strong>the</strong> declaration of <strong>in</strong>dependence.]<br />

William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, upon <strong>the</strong> home<br />

lot of his grandfa<strong>the</strong>r William <strong>Hyde</strong> <strong>the</strong> first. He w<strong>as</strong><br />

f<strong>or</strong> many years one of <strong>the</strong> magistrates of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

member of <strong>the</strong> colonial legislature, and w<strong>as</strong> a man of<br />

very considerable wealth and <strong>in</strong>fluence. His wife d. 8


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July, 1745. He survived her and died 8 Aug., 1759,<br />

atN.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir cJdldren were :<br />

42. William, b. 14 Nov., 1695, and d. <strong>in</strong> Oct., 1696.<br />

43. William 2d, b. 1 May, 1702, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Anne B<strong>as</strong>set.f<br />

44. Ricbard, b. 10 Feb., 1707, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, ni. Anne Tracy .^<br />

45. Ezra, b. 6 Nov., 1709, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elizabeth Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>.+<br />

46. Jedediah, b. 2 June, 1712, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Jerusha Perk<strong>in</strong>s,<br />

2 Jerusha Tracy .-^<br />

47. Elisha, b. 12 Sept., 1714, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, tn. Lydia Tracy.+<br />

48. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 28 April, 1717, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Abigail Lee, 2<br />

Abigail Chadwick, 3 Elizabeth L<strong>or</strong>d.f<br />

49. Anne, b. 5 Nov., 1697, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 John Waterman, 2<br />

Abial Marshall.+<br />

50. Elizabeth, b. 21 Jan., 1700, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. <strong>The</strong>ophilus Rogers.^<br />

51. Hannah, b. <strong>in</strong> Aug., 1704, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mat<strong>the</strong>w Adgate.f<br />

<strong>in</strong>. Thom<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (7), b<strong>or</strong>n at JS'<strong>or</strong>wicli, Conn., <strong>in</strong> July,<br />

1672, <strong>the</strong> fonrtli son of Samuel Hj^de (2) and Jane Lee,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of William <strong>Hyde</strong> <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

He m.'<strong>in</strong> December, 1697, Mary Backus, b. l^ov., 1672,<br />

at iNT<strong>or</strong>mch, second daughter of <strong>the</strong> first Stephen Backus,<br />

and Sarah Gardner of N^<strong>or</strong>wich. He settled at N^<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

"West Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), and w<strong>as</strong> a farmer. She d.<br />

27 March, 1752. He survived her, and d. 9 April, 1755.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

52. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 29 July, 1699, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elizabeth Hunt-<br />

53.<br />

<strong>in</strong>gton.+<br />

Jacob, b. 20 Jan., 1703, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Hannah K<strong>in</strong>gsbury.<br />

54. Abner, b. 12 Sept., 1706, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Jerusha Hunt<strong>in</strong>g-<br />

55.<br />

ton, 2 Mehitable Smith.f<br />

Mary, b. 21 Feb., 1698, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. John Pember.+<br />

56. Phebe, b. 16 March, 1702, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. John French.f<br />

57. Jane, b. 4 Dec, 1704, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. John Birchard.+<br />

HI. Jabez <strong>Hyde</strong> (8), b. at N<strong>or</strong>v^dch, Conn., <strong>in</strong> May,<br />

1677, <strong>the</strong> youngest son of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) and Jane Lee,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of "William <strong>Hyde</strong> <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

He m. 29 Dec, 1709 (a sister of his bro<strong>the</strong>r "William's<br />

wife), Elizabeth Bushnell, b. 31 Jan., 1686, <strong>the</strong> youngest<br />

daughter of Richard Bushnell, Esq., and Elizabeth Adgate<br />

of N. {see No. 6). <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich West<br />

Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), where he had a large tract of land.<br />

He w<strong>as</strong> a wealthy farmer, and w<strong>as</strong> a justice of <strong>the</strong> peace<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and a representative <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> general court eight<br />

sessions. He d. 5 Sept., 1762. His wife survived him.<br />

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and fl. 21 August, 1768. He is <strong>in</strong> some of <strong>the</strong> rec<strong>or</strong>ds<br />

called Capt. jabez <strong>Hyde</strong>. He w<strong>as</strong> appo<strong>in</strong>ted clerk of<br />

<strong>the</strong> Frankl<strong>in</strong> church <strong>in</strong> 1716, and w<strong>as</strong> such clerk many<br />

years.<br />

TJieir children tccre<br />

:<br />

Jabez, b. 16 Sept., 1713, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lydia Abel.+<br />

Ph<strong>in</strong>eh<strong>as</strong>, b. 2 Feb., 1720, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Anne Rogers.^<br />

i 60. Joseph, b. 23 Aug., 1724 at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He d. 10 July, 1754,<br />

I at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich unm. ^<br />

61. Elizabeth, b. 9 July, 1711, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Simon Tracy,+<br />

62. Abigail, b. 17 Nov., 1715, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jonathan Barstow.^<br />

<strong>in</strong>. Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (9), h<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., Aug.,<br />

1660, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) and Jane<br />

Lee, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of William <strong>Hyde</strong> <strong>the</strong> first of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>mch. She m. <strong>in</strong> 1682 Lieut. Richard L<strong>or</strong>d, b. <strong>in</strong> May,<br />

1647, at Saybrook, <strong>the</strong> thkd son of William L<strong>or</strong>d of Saybrook.<br />

[This William L<strong>or</strong>d, b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> England about 1623, w<strong>as</strong><br />

third son of Thom<strong>as</strong> L<strong>or</strong>d (b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> England <strong>in</strong> 1583) and<br />

D<strong>or</strong>othy his wife, who came to Newton, M<strong>as</strong>s., <strong>in</strong> 1635,<br />

and went from <strong>the</strong>re to Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, Conn., <strong>in</strong> 1636, and had<br />

lands <strong>as</strong>signed to him <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1639, where she d. <strong>in</strong> 1676.<br />

This William L<strong>or</strong>d w<strong>as</strong> among <strong>the</strong> early settlers of Say-<br />

d. <strong>the</strong>re 17 May, 1678. He had 14 children<br />

brook. _ He<br />

1, William, b. October, 1643, who married Mary Shayl<strong>or</strong>,<br />

and settled at E<strong>as</strong>t Haddam ; 2, Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. <strong>in</strong> Dec, 1645,<br />

who married Mary Lee, daughter of <strong>the</strong> first Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee<br />

of Lyme, and settled at Lyme ; 3, Lieut. Richard ; 4,<br />

Mary, b. <strong>in</strong> May, 1649 ; 5, Robert, b. <strong>in</strong> Aug., 1651 ; 6,<br />

John, b. <strong>in</strong> Sept., 1653; 7, Joseph, b. <strong>in</strong> Sept., 1656; 8,<br />

Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. <strong>in</strong> 1666, fa<strong>the</strong>r of Rev. Benjam<strong>in</strong> L<strong>or</strong>d, D. D.,<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich; 9, Daniel; 10, James; 11, Samuel; and<br />

three daughters.]<br />

Lieut. Richard L<strong>or</strong>d settled at Lyme, where he held a<br />

considerable tract of land. He d. <strong>the</strong>re 20 August, 1727.<br />

His wife survived him, and d. <strong>the</strong>re 22 July, 1736. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

were both buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> cemetery at old L^^me, below <strong>the</strong><br />

hill (where his bro<strong>the</strong>r, Thom<strong>as</strong> L<strong>or</strong>d, and Mary Lee his<br />

wife were also buried).<br />

<strong>The</strong>i?- children loere :<br />

Richard, b. about 1690, at Lyme, m. EHzabeth Lynde.-l"<br />

64. John, b. about 1703, at Lyme, m. 1 Hannah Rogers, 2 Sarah<br />

.+<br />

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65. Elizabeth, b. 28 Oct., 1683, at Lyme, m. Isaac Watrous.+<br />

66. Phebe, b. about 1686, at Lyme, m. Joseph Sill.+<br />

67. Jaue, b. about 1688, at Lyme, m. Samuel Ely. "5"<br />

68. Mary, b. about 1692, at Lyme, m. Peter Pearson.f<br />

69. Lyciia, b. about 1694, at Lyme, m. John Reynolds.<br />

70. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. about 1698, at Lyme, m. Nathan Jewett.+<br />

71. Abigail, b. about 1700, at Lyme, m. Stephen Lee.t<br />

III. Phebe <strong>Hyde</strong> (10), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., <strong>in</strong><br />

Januaiy, 1663, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of Samuel Hjde (2)<br />

and Jane Lee, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of William <strong>Hyde</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

first of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 21 "May, 1683, Mat<strong>the</strong>w Griswold,<br />

b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> 1653 at E<strong>as</strong>t Saybrook, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of<br />

Mat<strong>the</strong>w Griswold and Anna Wolcott of Lyme.<br />

[This Mat<strong>the</strong>w Griswold <strong>the</strong> first of Lyme, and his four<br />

bro<strong>the</strong>rs, Thom<strong>as</strong>, Edward, Francis and Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, were b<strong>or</strong>n<br />

<strong>in</strong> England, and were <strong>the</strong> sons of Edward Griswold of<br />

Kenilw<strong>or</strong>th <strong>in</strong> Warwickshire. All <strong>the</strong>se five sons, except<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong>, came to America; and Edward, Ge<strong>or</strong>ge and<br />

Francis lived at W<strong>in</strong>ds<strong>or</strong> <strong>in</strong> Sept., 1649. Edward settled<br />

at Kill<strong>in</strong>gw<strong>or</strong>th, Conn. ; Francis settled at Saybrook, and<br />

removed from <strong>the</strong>re to N<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> 1660, and had two sons<br />

and six daughters; Ge<strong>or</strong>ge settled <strong>in</strong> Simsbury; and<br />

Mat<strong>the</strong>w, b<strong>or</strong>n about 1597, <strong>in</strong> England, came with his<br />

bro<strong>the</strong>rs to W<strong>in</strong>ds<strong>or</strong>, where h'e married, about 1636, Anne<br />

Wolcott (eldest daughter of Henry Wolcott, Esq., and<br />

Elizabeth Sanders of W<strong>in</strong>ds<strong>or</strong>), and settled at Saybrook<br />

at <strong>the</strong> first establishment of that town, about 1639. He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> one of its first commissioners of <strong>the</strong> peace <strong>or</strong> magis-<br />

trates. He had <strong>the</strong> charge of Gov. Fenwick's afiairs,<br />

when <strong>the</strong> latter left <strong>the</strong> colony. He had a large tract of<br />

land <strong>in</strong> E<strong>as</strong>t Saybrook (now old Lyme), at a place now<br />

called Black Hall ; most of which is still <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> hands of<br />

his <strong>descendants</strong>. Upon those lands he afterwards settled.<br />

He died <strong>the</strong>re, at <strong>the</strong> age of 96, and w<strong>as</strong> buried at Saybrook,<br />

on <strong>the</strong> opposite side of <strong>the</strong> Connecticut river.]<br />

Mat<strong>the</strong>w Griswold and his wife, Phebe <strong>Hyde</strong>, settled at<br />

Lyme. He w<strong>as</strong> a man of dist<strong>in</strong>ction, and one of <strong>the</strong><br />

<strong>as</strong>sistants of <strong>the</strong> colony. She d. at Lyme 29 Nov., 1704.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir cliildren were<br />

:<br />

72. Mat<strong>the</strong>w, b. 15 Sept., 1688, at Lyme, who d. <strong>in</strong> 1712 unm.<br />

73. John, b. 22 Dec, 1690, at Lyme, m. Hannah Lee.+<br />

74. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, b. 13 Aug., 1692, at Lyme, m. 1 Hannah Lynde, 2<br />

Elizabeth Lee.'!'<br />

75. Samuel, b. <strong>in</strong> 1701, at Lyme, and d. 9 June, 1727, unm.<br />

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76. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. <strong>in</strong> 1703, at Lyme, and d. <strong>in</strong> July, 1719.<br />

77. Phebe, b. 15 Aug., 1684, at Lyme, and d. <strong>in</strong> 1702, unm.<br />

78. Elizabeth, b. 19 Nov., 1685, at Lyme, and d. <strong>in</strong> 1704, unm.<br />

79. Sarah, b. 19 March, 1687, at Lyme, and d. 4 Jan., 1760, unm.<br />

80. Mary, b. 22 April, 1694, at Lyme, m. Edmund D<strong>or</strong>r.+<br />

81. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. <strong>in</strong> 1696, at Lyme, m. Robert Denison.f<br />

82. Patience, b. <strong>in</strong> 1698, at Lyme, m. John Denison.t<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife he married, 30 May,<br />

1705, <strong>the</strong> widow Mary Lee. He d. 13 Jan., 1716, aged<br />

63. She d. 27 Oct., 1724, aged 68. And <strong>the</strong>y were buried<br />

<strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> cemetery at old Lyme, below <strong>the</strong> hill. She w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

widow of Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee <strong>the</strong> first of Lyme, and her maiden<br />

name w<strong>as</strong> Mary De Wolf; probably daughter of Balthazar<br />

De Wolf.<br />

nL John Post (13), b<strong>or</strong>n at Saybrook 12 April, 1657,<br />

<strong>the</strong> eldest son of Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3) and John Post, w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

grandson of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (1) <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He<br />

married, 24 Dec, 1785, Sarah Reynolds, b. <strong>in</strong> November,<br />

1656, daughter of John Reynolds of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he d. 15 July, 1690 ; and she<br />

d. 11 May, 1703.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

83. John, b. 14 July, 1689, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He d. 27 Nov., 1710, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, unm.<br />

84. Sarah, b. 1 Dec, 1686, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. I have no fur<strong>the</strong>r account<br />

of her.<br />

HL Samuel Post (14), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich 8 March, 1668,<br />

<strong>the</strong> second son of Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3) and John Post of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (1) <strong>the</strong> first of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 17 March, 1698, Ruth Lathrop, daughter<br />

of John Lathrop and Ruth Royce of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and afterwards<br />

of Wall<strong>in</strong>gf<strong>or</strong>d, and granddaughter of Samuel<br />

Lathrop <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich {Sec No. 1083). <strong>The</strong>y settled<br />

at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he d, 23 April, 1735. She survived<br />

him, and d. <strong>the</strong>re 10 August, 1750.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

85. Samuel, b. 22 Dec, 1698, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Griswold.+<br />

86. John, b. 30 July, 1700, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 26 Aug., 1718, unm.<br />

87. Nathaniel, b. 6 Sept., 1702, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Abigail Birchard,<br />

2 Experience Griswold.f<br />

88. Jabez, b. 5 Dec, 1704, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 6 March, 1725, unm.<br />

89. Stephen, b. 5 April, 1709, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 14 April, 1735, unm.


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90. Es<strong>the</strong>r, b. 18 Dec, 1706, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 14 May, 1743,<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Eclgecomb, who d. 17 April, 1745; and she d. 20<br />

May, 1745. <strong>The</strong>y had one child, Stephen, b. 14 April, 1744,<br />

d. 6 Dec, 1745.<br />

91. Kuth, b. 15 Oct., 1711, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joseph B<strong>in</strong>gham.^<br />

III. Margaret Post (15), b<strong>or</strong>n at Saybrook, 21 February,<br />

1653, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3) and<br />

John Post of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of "William<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (1) <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. July, 1669, Caleb<br />

Abel <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich, who removed <strong>the</strong>re from<br />

Dedham <strong>in</strong> 1668. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d.<br />

<strong>in</strong> November, 1700.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

92. Samuel, b. <strong>in</strong> Oct., 1672, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elizabeth Sluman.+<br />

93. Caleb, b. <strong>in</strong> April, 1677, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Abigail Sluman.+<br />

94. John, b. <strong>in</strong> Dec, 1678, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Eebecca Sluman.^<br />

95. <strong>The</strong>ophilus, b. <strong>in</strong> Nov., 1680, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Anne Calk<strong>in</strong>s.<br />

96.<br />

97.<br />

Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. about 1687, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lydia Hazen.^<br />

A daughter, b. <strong>in</strong> March, 1671, d. <strong>the</strong> same month unm.<br />

98. Experience, b. <strong>in</strong> Dec, 1674, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5)<br />

99.<br />

<strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich, her mo<strong>the</strong>r's first cous<strong>in</strong> (^S'ee iVb. 5).<br />

Joanna, b. <strong>in</strong> Nov., 1683, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

100. Mary, b. about 1685, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joseph Tracy.<br />

101. Abigail, b. 16 March, 1689, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Barnabus La-<br />

102.<br />

throp, 2 Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton.<br />

Hannah, b. 12 Oct., 1692, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, Caleb Abel m. 25 June,<br />

1701, Mrs. Mai7 Loomer, widow of Stephen Loomer and<br />

daughter of Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Miller of New London. He probably<br />

had no issue by her. He died at N<strong>or</strong>wich 17 August, 1731.<br />

m. Sarah Post (17), b<strong>or</strong>n at Saybrook 6 Nov., 1659,<br />

<strong>the</strong> second daughter of Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3) and John Post,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (1) <strong>the</strong> first of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 17 January, 1680, Capt. John Hough,<br />

b. 17 October, 1655, at New Loudon, <strong>the</strong> second son of<br />

William Hough and Sarah Calk<strong>in</strong>s of New London.<br />

[This William Hough w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> son of Edward Hough<br />

of Westchester, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> county of Cheshire, <strong>in</strong> England.<br />

He came to Glocester, M<strong>as</strong>s., and married <strong>the</strong>re 28 Oct.,<br />

1645, Sarah Calk<strong>in</strong>s, daughter of Hugh Calk<strong>in</strong>s and Anne<br />

his wife of Gloucester, who afterwards came to New<br />

London, and had four sons and six daughters. Samuel,<br />

f<br />

f<br />

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<strong>the</strong> eldest son, b<strong>or</strong>n at New London 9 March, 1653, m. 25<br />

Nov., 1679, Susanna "Wrotham of Farm<strong>in</strong>gton, and had<br />

by her two sons and one daughter ; and after her death he<br />

ni. 18 Aug., 1685, Mary Bate, and settled and died at<br />

Saybrook, and had by her one son and one daughter.<br />

"William Hough, his bro<strong>the</strong>r, married Anne Lathrop,<br />

daughter of Samuel Lathrop of JST<strong>or</strong>wich. Hannah, <strong>the</strong><br />

eldest sister, m. 1662, John B<strong>or</strong>den, and settled at Lyme.<br />

Abiah, <strong>the</strong>ir second sister, m. 1667, "William Dougl<strong>as</strong>s.<br />

And Sarah, <strong>the</strong>ir third sister, m. David Carpenter. See<br />

Calk. New London, 303.]<br />

Capt. John Hough w<strong>as</strong> a house caq3enter, and resided<br />

at N<strong>or</strong>wich f<strong>or</strong> a sh<strong>or</strong>t time after his marriage. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

subsequently settled at New London, where he w<strong>as</strong> a man<br />

of considerable dist<strong>in</strong>ction. He w<strong>as</strong> killed at New London<br />

26 Aug., 1715, by fall<strong>in</strong>g from a build<strong>in</strong>g upon which<br />

he w<strong>as</strong> at w<strong>or</strong>k.<br />

Tlicir children were<br />

:<br />

110. John, b. 1 Oct., 1697, at New London, m. Hannah Denison.t<br />

111. David, b. 28 Oct., 1699, at New London, probably died unm.<br />

112. Jabez b. 21 May, 1702, at New London. He m. 7 Jan., 1725,<br />

Anne Denison, and d. 24 Jan., 1725, s. p.<br />

113. Sarah, b. 23 April, 168-4, at New London, m. Ebenezer Dennis.t<br />

114. Hannah, b. 30 June, 1688, at N. London, m. Oliver Manwar<strong>in</strong>g.+<br />

115. Abiah, b. 30 Oct , 1690, at N. London, m. Abial Marshall.-J-<br />

116. Hester, b. 6 April, 1695, at N. London, m. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Richards.+<br />

111. Mary Post (18), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> 1662, <strong>the</strong><br />

third daughter of Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3) and John Post, w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

granddaughter of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (1) <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

She m. 16 April, 1685, Nathaniel Eudd of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a son of Jonathan Rudd of Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, who removed<br />

to Saybrook, and w<strong>as</strong> m. 1647, at Bride Brook. He came<br />

to N<strong>or</strong>wich soon after its settlement {See No 91). <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she died <strong>in</strong> Nov., 1705.<br />

His children hy her were<br />

117. Jonathan, b. 22 May, 1693, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joanna Greg<strong>or</strong>y .f<br />

118. Mary, b. 3 Feb., 1695, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ebenezer Wood.-i"<br />

119. Lydia, b. 22 June, 1697, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. <strong>in</strong> childhood.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his wife, Nathaniel Eudd m. 31<br />

January, 1706, Abigail Hartsh<strong>or</strong>ne, and had by her <strong>the</strong><br />

follow<strong>in</strong>g children, b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He d. April, 1727.<br />

Nathaniel, b. 6 April, 1707. Joseph, b. 31 Oct., 1708.<br />

Daniel, b. 12 March, 1710. Sarah, b. 23 Jan., 1712. Abi-<br />

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gail, b. 6 Aug., 1713. Lydia, b. 12 April, 1715. Anne,<br />

b. 7 Feb., 1717. Susanna, b. 15 May, 1719. Gideon, b.<br />

2 Feb., 1722 ; and Patience, b. 6 Nov., 1723. <strong>The</strong>se were<br />

not of <strong>the</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> blood.<br />

FOURTH GENERATION.<br />

rV. Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (22), bom at W<strong>in</strong>dham, Conn., 10<br />

Sept., 1691, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) and Elizabeth<br />

Calk<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first,<br />

and Jane Lee, of I^<strong>or</strong>wieh. He m. 14 Jan., 1725, Priscilla<br />

Bradf<strong>or</strong>d, b. 9 April, 1702, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter of<br />

Joseph Bradf<strong>or</strong>d and Anne Fitch of Lebanon, and afterwards<br />

of New London N<strong>or</strong>th Parish, now Montville.<br />

[This Joseph Bradf<strong>or</strong>d w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Gov. "William<br />

Bradf<strong>or</strong>d, who came to Plymouth <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> May Flower.<br />

He w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> only son of William Bradf<strong>or</strong>d <strong>the</strong> second<br />

(who w<strong>as</strong> deputy govern<strong>or</strong> of Plymouth), by his second<br />

wife, <strong>the</strong> widow Wiswall. His wife, Anne Fitch, b<strong>or</strong>n at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich' <strong>in</strong> April, 1675, to whom he w<strong>as</strong> m. 5 Oct., 1698,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> only daughter of <strong>the</strong> Rev. James Fitch, first<br />

m<strong>in</strong>ister of N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his second wife, Priscilla M<strong>as</strong>on,<br />

daughter of Maj<strong>or</strong> John M<strong>as</strong>on of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and d. 17<br />

Oct., 1715, at Lebanon ; and he d. 17 Jan., 1747, at Montville.<br />

See 15 acn. Reg., 120.]<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, Conn., where he d. 14 Feb.,<br />

1776. She survived him, and died <strong>the</strong>re 14 May, 1778,<br />

aged 76.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

120. Samuel, b. 24 Oct., 1725, at Lebanon, m. Anne Fitch.f<br />

121. Dan, b. 7 May, 173;3, at Lebanon, m. Mary AVattles.+<br />

122. Anne, b. 22 Oct., 1727, at Lebanon, m. Jared H<strong>in</strong>ckley.+<br />

123.<br />

124.<br />

Priscilla, ) .<br />

1 t^ .,1701 xt i. f d. 5 Oct., 1732.<br />

Sybil, \^-^^ ^P"^' 1^-51' ^^ ^^^"^«"' j m. Jabez Metcalf.f<br />

125. Priscilla 2d, b. 4 June, 1735, at Lebanon, d. 4 July, 1759, at<br />

126.<br />

Litchfield, unm.<br />

Hannah, b. 19 July, 1738, at Lebanon. She m. 4 Nov., 1760,<br />

Lieut. Daniel Moulton of Mansfield, who d. 17 April, 1767,<br />

and had by him two sons : 1. Gurdon, b- 29 Sept., 1763<br />

2. Daniel, b. 18 Dec, 1765.<br />

127. Zerviah, b. 15 Dec, 1740, at Lebanon, m. Dr. Andrew Metcalf.l-<br />

128. Abigail, b. 4 Nov., 1744, at Lebanon, and d. 20 Dec, 1830.<br />

at Lebanon, at <strong>the</strong> full age of 86 ye<strong>as</strong>rs, unm.<br />

IV. Capt. Daniel <strong>Hyde</strong> (23), b<strong>or</strong>n at W<strong>in</strong>dham, Conn.,<br />

16 Aug., 1694, <strong>the</strong> second son of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) and<br />

;


HYDE GENEALOGY. 15<br />

Elizabeth Calk<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2)<br />

<strong>the</strong> first and Jane Lee of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He married Abigail<br />

"Wattles. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms, where<br />

he w<strong>as</strong> a dist<strong>in</strong>guished and active member of <strong>the</strong> church.<br />

He d. 26 Dec.^ 1770, <strong>in</strong> that part of N<strong>or</strong>wich which is<br />

now Frankl<strong>in</strong>,<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir cliildren were :<br />

129. Bazaleel, b. 29 May, 1719, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mehetable P<strong>or</strong>ter.t<br />

130.<br />

131.<br />

Daniel, b. 2 Oct., 1725, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 1726.<br />

Daniel 2d, b. 10 March, 1730, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. Sara<br />

Janes, b. about 1731. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a capta<strong>in</strong> of militia. He d. 27 June, 1798, at Frankl<strong>in</strong><br />

s. p. She survived him, and d. 26 June, 1800 aged 69 years.<br />

132. Oliver, b. 21 July, 1732, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. <strong>in</strong> childhood.<br />

133. Walter, b. 17 Feb., 1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Sarah Bissel, 2<br />

134.<br />

Sarah Wattles.-J"<br />

Charles, b. 8 Oct., 1748, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Mary Abel, 2 Koxanna<br />

Eogers.'i'<br />

135. Zerviah, b. 16 Oct., 1721, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 28 Dec, 1738,<br />

Capt. Joseph Fitch, son of Joseph Fitch of Lebanon, by his<br />

first wife, Sarah M<strong>as</strong>on of Ston<strong>in</strong>gton, and d. s. p.<br />

137. Abigail, b. 2 Oct., 1723, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jedediah Lathrop.-J"<br />

138. Elizabeth, b. 25 Dec, 1728, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Lathrop.+<br />

139. Lydia, b. at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her second cous<strong>in</strong>, Capt. Uriah Rogers<br />

(353), <strong>the</strong> second son of Dr. <strong>The</strong>ophilus Rogers and Elizabeth<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (50). (See No. 353.)<br />

140. Rhoda, b. at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her second cous<strong>in</strong>. Dr. Gibbons<br />

141.<br />

Jewett (472), <strong>the</strong> fourth son of Capt. Nathan Jewett and<br />

Deb<strong>or</strong>ah L<strong>or</strong>d (70). (See M. 472.)<br />

Prudence, b. 2 Oct., 1743, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. William Throop.-i"<br />

IV. Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong> (24), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 1705,<br />

<strong>the</strong> fourth sou of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) and Elizabeth Calk<strong>in</strong>s,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee,<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 12 Nov., 1730, Euth Tracy, b. 13<br />

Sept., 1711, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> youngest daughter of John<br />

Tracy <strong>the</strong> second and Elizabeth Letf<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> of N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

(see No. 38). <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms, now<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong>, where <strong>the</strong>y resided until 1742, <strong>The</strong>y <strong>the</strong>n<br />

removed to Lebanon, Conn., where she d. 15 Oct., 1773.<br />

Hieir cMldren loere :<br />

142. Andrew, b. 10 Sept., 1732, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Hannah Thom<strong>as</strong>.^<br />

143. Elijah, b. 17 January, 1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Clark.+<br />

144. Eliphalet, b. 4 May, 1737, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 4 Nov., 1743.<br />

145. Caleb, b. 29 July, 1739, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elizabeth Sacket.+


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146. Z<strong>in</strong>a, b. 2 April, 1741, at N<strong>or</strong>wicli, m. 1 Sarah Goodw<strong>in</strong>, 2<br />

147.<br />

Lois Bosw<strong>or</strong>th.+<br />

Eliphalet 2d, b. 9 May, 1744, at Lebanon, m. 1 Naomi Fl<strong>in</strong>t,<br />

148.<br />

2 Abigail W<strong>as</strong>hburn.<br />

Moses, b. 11 Sept., 1751, at Lebanon, m. Sarah Dana.-i-<br />

149. Ebenezer, b. 26 Nov., 1753, at Lebanon, m. Lucy Huntiugton.t<br />

150. Ruth, b. 21 Jan., 1743, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 29 March, 1743.<br />

151. Ruth 2d, b. 5 May, 1746, at Lebanon, m. Capt. Andrew Hunt-<br />

<strong>in</strong>gton. "i"<br />

After <strong>the</strong> deatli of his first wife, he m. 3 May, 1774,<br />

<strong>the</strong> widow Mercy Colemau, b. April, 1708. She d. 3<br />

Aug., 1783, without issue by him. Aiid he d. 10 Aug.,<br />

1783, at Lebanon.<br />

IV. Capt. Caleb <strong>Hyde</strong> (25), b<strong>or</strong>n at W<strong>in</strong>dham, 9 April,<br />

1699, <strong>the</strong> third son of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) and Elizabeth<br />

Calk<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 17 Sept., 1724, Mary<br />

Blackman of Lebanon. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where<br />

he d. <strong>in</strong> March, 1764 ; and where she d. 3 Aug., 1783,<br />

aged 76 years.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

152. Caleb, b. 28 Feb., 1725, at Lebanon, d. 12 April, 1730.<br />

153. Joshua, b. 7 Feb., 1727, at Lebanon, na. Rhoda Coll<strong>in</strong>s.<br />

154. Caleb 2d,'b. 1 Aug., 1735, at Lebanon, d. 11 Sept., 1735.<br />

155. Sarah, b. 14 Jan., 1729, at Lebanon, m. her first cous<strong>in</strong>, Oliver<br />

Coll<strong>in</strong>s (180), <strong>the</strong> eldest son of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Timothy Coll<strong>in</strong>s,<br />

and of her aunt Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (29)<br />

No. 180.)<br />

of Litchfield. {See<br />

156. Mary, b. 3 July, 1731, at Lebanon, m. 25 May, 1749, Ichabod<br />

Rob<strong>in</strong>son of Lebanon (see No. 173), and d. 1 July, 1750 s.p.<br />

157. Elean<strong>or</strong>, b. 22 Dec, 1736, at Lebanon, d. unm.<br />

rV. David <strong>Hyde</strong> (26), bap. at Lebanon, Conn., 22 March,<br />

1719, <strong>the</strong> fifth son of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) and Elizabeth<br />

Calldns, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Jane Lee, of E'<strong>or</strong>wich, He m. early <strong>in</strong> 1740, Ala<strong>the</strong>a<br />

Bradf<strong>or</strong>d, b. 19 Sept., 1715, daughter of Joseph Bradf<strong>or</strong>d<br />

and Anne Fitch of Lebanon. On <strong>the</strong> 24 Feb., 1740, at<br />

Lebanon, <strong>the</strong>y made confession, and owned <strong>the</strong> covenant.<br />

His will w<strong>as</strong> proved and allowed 12 May, 1741.<br />

Tlieir child lo<strong>as</strong><br />

:<br />

158. David, bap. 4 Jan., 1741, at Lebanon. I have no fur<strong>the</strong>r<br />

account of this child ; and he probably died young and unm.<br />

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HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

But he may have lived, and settled at Sharon, Conn., and<br />

have been <strong>the</strong> ancest<strong>or</strong> of Dan <strong>Hyde</strong>, Walter <strong>Hyde</strong> and<br />

David <strong>Hyde</strong>, three of <strong>the</strong> early settlers of Auburn, N. Y.,<br />

and of <strong>the</strong>ir sister Laura <strong>Hyde</strong>, who m. Daniel Kelloaff,<br />

Esq., of Skeneateles, N. Y.<br />

lY. Ebenezer <strong>Hyde</strong> (27), bom at Lebanon, Conn., son<br />

:of Samuel Ilydc (4) and Elizabeth Calk<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson<br />

of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>rwich.<br />

He m. 25 Feb., 1729, D<strong>or</strong>othy Tliroop. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at Lebanon, where she died <strong>in</strong> 1743.<br />

His children hy her toere :<br />

159. William, b. 8 April, 1730, at Lebanon, m. Abigail W<strong>or</strong>th f<br />

160. Ignatius, b. 30 April, 1731, d. 10 June, 1731.<br />

161. Ebenezer, b. 10 Sept., 1732, at Lebanon, m. Phebe .t<br />

162. Ignatius 2d, b. 28 April, 1738, at Lebanon.<br />

163. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 16 Oct., 1734, at Lebanon, m.Amos Rob<strong>in</strong>son.-f-<br />

164. Elizabeth, b. 13 Oct., 1736, died <strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong>fancy.<br />

165. Elizabeth 2d, b. 14 March, 1740, at Lebanon.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife he m. 2 June, 1741,<br />

Elizabeth Graves. He d. 21 Aug., 1742, at Lebanon. She<br />

survived him, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>re, <strong>as</strong> his widow, <strong>as</strong> late<br />

18 1782.<br />

His child hy her w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

166. Submit, b. 24 Nov., 1742, at Lebanon.<br />

IV. Sarah <strong>Hyde</strong> (28), b<strong>or</strong>n at W<strong>in</strong>dham, Conn., 20<br />

Dec., 1696, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) and<br />

Elizabeth Calk<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

;2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 2-5 Feb.,<br />

L714, Ebenezer Brown, b. 15 June, 1685, son of Capt.<br />

lohn Brown of Swanzey, who m. 8 Nov., 1G72, Anne<br />

M<strong>as</strong>on, second daughter of Maj<strong>or</strong> John M<strong>as</strong>on of N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

:he conquer<strong>or</strong> of <strong>the</strong> Pequots, and had a sou, Ebenezer,<br />

md o<strong>the</strong>r children.<br />

[This Capt. John Brown, b. Sept., 1650, at Swanzey,<br />

v<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> eldest of <strong>the</strong> five children of John Brown of<br />

Swanzey, who d. March, 1662, a son of Mr. John Brown<br />

)f Eehoboth (and D<strong>or</strong>othy his wife), and w<strong>as</strong> an <strong>as</strong>sistant<br />

)f <strong>the</strong> Plymouth colony, and w<strong>as</strong> one of <strong>the</strong> commissioners<br />

)f <strong>the</strong> united colonies, and d. 10 April, 1662, at Swanzey.<br />

5ee recitals <strong>in</strong> -deed of 12 Dec, 1689, from Oweneco,<br />

lachem of Mohegan, to Capt. John Brown of Swanzey,<br />

3<br />

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'^ so7i-<strong>in</strong>-law of Maj<strong>or</strong> 3f<strong>as</strong>on" on W<strong>in</strong>dliam rec<strong>or</strong>ds, witnessed<br />

by Maj<strong>or</strong> Samuel M<strong>as</strong>on, and Capt. John M<strong>as</strong>on<br />

Ms nephew.]<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon. His will is dated 18 May,<br />

1755. She survived him, and d. 1 March, 1797, aged 100<br />

years.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loere<br />

:<br />

170. John, b. 20 Dec, 1714, at Lebanon.f<br />

171. Joseph, b. 30 June, 1717, at Lebanon, m. Eunice Allen.+<br />

172. Daniel, b. at Lebanon, m. Lucy Owen.+<br />

173. Lydia, b. 19 March, 1720, at Lebanon, m. Ichabod Rob<strong>in</strong>son.f<br />

174. Martha, bap. 9 Sept., 1722, at Lebanon, m. Elijah M<strong>as</strong>on.-i"<br />

175. Anne, bap. 24 April, 1726, at Lebanon. She m. Bissel,<br />

and settled at Lebanon, and d. bef<strong>or</strong>e 1779 s. p.<br />

TV. Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (29), bap. at Lebanon, Conn., 12<br />

Dec, 1703, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) and<br />

Elizabeth Calk<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 16 Jan.,<br />

1723, <strong>the</strong> Rev. Timothy Coll<strong>in</strong>s, <strong>the</strong> first m<strong>in</strong>ister of<br />

Litchfield, Conn., b. 13 April, 1699, at Guilf<strong>or</strong>d, Conn.,<br />

<strong>the</strong> third son of John Coll<strong>in</strong>s and Anne Leete (a granddaughter<br />

of Gov. William Leete), of Guilf<strong>or</strong>d.<br />

[This John Coll<strong>in</strong>s w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of <strong>the</strong> John Coll<strong>in</strong>s<br />

of Boston, whose wife's name w<strong>as</strong> Susanna, and who came,<br />

with her and his son John from England <strong>in</strong> 1644, and d.<br />

29 March, 1670. His son John married and removed to<br />

Middletown, Saybrook and Branf<strong>or</strong>d, where his first wife<br />

died <strong>in</strong> 1668. He had by her two sons : John, b. 1665,<br />

m. Anne Leete ; and Robert, b. 1667. <strong>The</strong>ir fa<strong>the</strong>r died<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1704 at Guilf<strong>or</strong>d. <strong>The</strong> second wife of John Coll<strong>in</strong>s <strong>the</strong><br />

first of Guilf<strong>or</strong>d, w<strong>as</strong> Mary (Stevens) K<strong>in</strong>gsn<strong>or</strong>th, <strong>the</strong><br />

widow of Henry K<strong>in</strong>gsn<strong>or</strong>th of Guilf<strong>or</strong>d. She married<br />

John Coll<strong>in</strong>s <strong>the</strong> first of Guilf<strong>or</strong>d 2 June, 1660. His eldest<br />

son, John Coll<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n at Branf<strong>or</strong>d <strong>in</strong> June, 1665.<br />

He had two o<strong>the</strong>r children: Robert Coll<strong>in</strong>s, who settled<br />

at M<strong>in</strong>den; and Mary, who m. 29 June, 1681, Deacon<br />

l:>[athaniel Chapman of Saybrook. John Coll<strong>in</strong>s <strong>the</strong> second<br />

of Sa^^brook m. 23 July, 1691, Anne Leete, b. 5 Aug.,<br />

1671, at Guilf<strong>or</strong>d, eldest daughter of John Leete and Mary<br />

Chittenden of Guilf<strong>or</strong>d, son of Gov. "W illiam Leete. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled <strong>in</strong> Guilf<strong>or</strong>d, where she d. 2 Nov., 1724. He sur-<br />

vived her, and d. 24 Jan., 1751. <strong>The</strong>y had twelve children<br />

1. Anne, b. 9 May, 1692, who m. Dan Bartlet. 2. Mary,<br />

b. 11 April, 1694, who d. 2 Feb., 1729. 3. John, b. 23<br />

:


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Feb., 1697, who married Eachel Mix of Kew Haven. 4.<br />

Timothy, b. 11 Feb., 1698, and d. 19 of same month. 5.<br />

Timothy 2d, b. 13 April, 1699, who married Elizabeth<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> of Lebanon. 6. Daniel, b. 13 March, 1701, who<br />

married Lois C<strong>or</strong>nwall of Long Island. 7. Susanna, b.<br />

25 Sept., 1703, and died <strong>the</strong> next month. 8. Samuel, b.<br />

2 Nov., 1704, who married Margaret Leete, his second<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>. 9. Mercy, b. 18 Jan., 1707, who married Samuel<br />

Hopson of Wall<strong>in</strong>gf<strong>or</strong>d. 10. Avis, b. <strong>in</strong> 1708, who m. 8<br />

December, 1734, Peter Buel of Litchfield. 11. Oliver, b.<br />

18 Oct., 1710, who married three times, and had a very<br />

largo lamily of children. 12. Eunice, b. 1 April, 1714.]<br />

<strong>The</strong> Rev. Timothy Coll<strong>in</strong>s graduated at Yale <strong>in</strong> 1718.<br />

He studied physic and surgery <strong>as</strong> <strong>well</strong> <strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong>ology. At<br />

<strong>the</strong> first town meet<strong>in</strong>g held <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> <strong>the</strong>n new town of Litchlield,<br />

6 Nov., 1721, he received a call to <strong>the</strong> m<strong>in</strong>istry <strong>the</strong>re,<br />

wliicli he accepted. He w<strong>as</strong> <strong>or</strong>da<strong>in</strong>ed <strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> first m<strong>in</strong>ister<br />

of that town on <strong>the</strong> 19 of June, 1723 ; and, by <strong>the</strong> terms<br />

of <strong>the</strong> town grant, became entitled to a large quantity of<br />

land, which gave wealth to him and his children. He<br />

cont<strong>in</strong>ued to discharge <strong>the</strong> duties of <strong>the</strong> p<strong>as</strong>t<strong>or</strong>al ofiice<br />

until <strong>the</strong> 14 of October, 1752, when he w<strong>as</strong> dismissed on<br />

his c)wn request. Sh<strong>or</strong>tly afterwards he w<strong>as</strong> appo<strong>in</strong>ted to<br />

tlu' office <strong>or</strong> justice of <strong>the</strong> peace. He devoted himself<br />

entirely to <strong>the</strong> duties of that office and to <strong>the</strong> practice of<br />

nu'dic<strong>in</strong>e until his death. He died at Litchfield 7 Feb.,<br />

1777. His wife practiced midwifery, and survived him<br />

so \ <strong>or</strong>al years. <strong>The</strong> date of her death h<strong>as</strong> not been <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

But she w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong> Jan., 1780 (<strong>the</strong> cold w<strong>in</strong>ter),<br />

when she w<strong>as</strong> sent f<strong>or</strong>, and drawn upon a handsled four<br />

and a half miles to <strong>the</strong> town of Goshen, to attend upon a<br />

lady who w<strong>as</strong> conf<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

180. Oliver, b. 7 March, 1724, at Litchfield, m. Sarah <strong>Hyde</strong>.f<br />

181. Charles, b. 5 Aug., 1727, at Litchfield, m. Anue Huut<strong>in</strong>gton.f<br />

'182. Lewis, b. 8. Aug., 1729, at Litchfield, died <strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong>fancy.<br />

188. Cyprian, b. 4 March, 1733, at Litchfield, ui. Azuba Gribbs.f<br />

{184. Ambrose, b. 30 March, 1737, at Litchfield. He graduated at<br />

Yale <strong>in</strong> 1758, studied div<strong>in</strong>ity, and went unmarried <strong>in</strong>to <strong>the</strong><br />

I<br />

485.<br />

Indian country <strong>as</strong> a missionary, and w<strong>as</strong> killed, <strong>or</strong> died <strong>the</strong>re.<br />

But <strong>the</strong> date of his death is unknown.<br />

John, b. 1 June, 1739, at Litchfield, m. Lydia Buel.f<br />

180. Anne, b. 24 Aug., 1725, at Litchfield, m. Isaac Baldw<strong>in</strong>.+<br />

1S7. Rhoda, b. 3 May, 1731, at Litchfield, m. 1, her first cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Joshua <strong>Hyde</strong> (153), <strong>the</strong> second son of her uncle, Cajjt,


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Caleb <strong>Hyde</strong> (25), and Mary Blackmail, of Lebanon; 2,<br />

Asa Hopk<strong>in</strong>s; 3, Fitch ; and 4, Abijah Peck ; and had<br />

issue by each of her four husbands. (>SVe JYo. 15o.)<br />

IV. Lydia <strong>Hyde</strong> (30), b<strong>or</strong>ii at Lebanon, Conn., abont<br />

1710, <strong>the</strong> third daughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) and Elizabeth<br />

Calk<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel H^^de (2) <strong>the</strong><br />

iirst, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 2 ITov., 1727,<br />

Jonathan Metcalf, b. 17 Jan., 1702, at Lebanon, <strong>the</strong> eldest<br />

son of Jonathan Metcalf and Hannah Avery of Lebanon.<br />

[This Jonathan Metcalf <strong>the</strong> Iirst of Lebanon, b. 16<br />

March, 1675, who married Hannah Avery <strong>in</strong> Jan., 1703,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Jonathan Metcalf <strong>the</strong> first of Dedham,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s., and his wife, Hannah Keurick. That Jonathan<br />

Metcalf, <strong>the</strong> first of Dedham, w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> second son of<br />

Michael Metcalf 2d, of Dedham, and Mary Fairbanks,<br />

second son of Michael Metcalf of K<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> England.<br />

That Michael Metcalf w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n at Tatterf<strong>or</strong>d, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> county<br />

of I^<strong>or</strong>folk, England, <strong>in</strong> 1586 ; and his first wife, Sarah,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> b. 17 June, 1593, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> adjo<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g parish of llT<strong>or</strong>th<br />

Ea<strong>in</strong>ham. <strong>The</strong>y were m. 13 Oct., 1616, and settled <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

city of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and had eleven children, two of whom<br />

died <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong>ir <strong>in</strong>fancy <strong>in</strong> England. Be<strong>in</strong>g persecuted by<br />

Bishop Wren on account of his religion, he emigrated<br />

with his wife and n<strong>in</strong>e children to this country <strong>in</strong> April,<br />

1637, and settled at Dedham <strong>in</strong> July of <strong>the</strong> same year.<br />

His wife d. 30 Nov., 1644, at Dedham. His children by<br />

her, who came to this country, were : 1. Mary, who m.<br />

Henry Wilson. 2. Michael, who m. Mary Fairbanks. 3.<br />

John, who m. Mary Chicker<strong>in</strong>g. 4. Sarah, who m. Eobert<br />

Onion. 5. Elizabeth, who m. Thom<strong>as</strong> Bancroft of Read<strong>in</strong>g.<br />

6. Martha, who m. three times. 7. Thom<strong>as</strong>, who m.<br />

l,"Sarah Paige; and 2, Anne Pa<strong>in</strong>e. 8. Jane, who m.<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Walker of Rchoboth. And 9. Rebecca, who m.<br />

John Mc<strong>in</strong>tosh of Dedham. Michael Metcalf, f<strong>or</strong> his<br />

second wife, m. 13 Aug., 1645, <strong>the</strong> widow Mary Pidge of<br />

Roxbury, and had by her no issue. His son Michael Metcalf<br />

and Mary Fairbanks had five children : 1. Michael,<br />

who m. Elizabeth K<strong>in</strong>gsbury. 2. Mary, who m. John<br />

"Ware. 3. Sarah, who m. Robert Ware of Wrentham.<br />

4. Jonathan, b. 21 Sept., 1650, who m. 10 April, 1674,<br />

Hannah Kenrick, and d. 27 May, 1727. And 5. Eleazcr,<br />

who m. and settled at Wrentham. Most of <strong>the</strong> Metcalfs<br />

<strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> n<strong>or</strong><strong>the</strong>rn part of United States are <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong><br />

of this Michael Metcalf, who. came from N<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> Eno;-


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laud. See 6 N. E. Gen. Reg., 171; Goodw<strong>in</strong>, 157; and 3<br />

Samge, 202.]<br />

Jonatlian Metcalf and Lydia <strong>Hyde</strong> liis wife settled at<br />

Lebanon, where lie d. 23 Jan., 1782. She survived hnn,<br />

and d. 7 Oct., 1793, aged 83.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

188. Jonathan, b. 14 Feb., 1727, at Lebanon, m. Bulab Dana.+<br />

189. Samuel, b. 13 May, 1732, at Lebanon, m. Mehetible Hanimond.t<br />

190. Elijah, b. 11 Jan., 1735, at Lebanon, m. Mary Gooclspced.+<br />

191. John, b. 26 Feb., 1737, at Lebanon, m. 1 Anna Allen, 2 Martha<br />

(Maltbie) Bartholomew.+<br />

192. Daniel, b. 13 May, 1742, d. 29 June, 1742.<br />

193. Daniel 2d, b. 10 March, 1748, at Lebanon, m. Mary Cone.+<br />

194. William, b. 26 Oct., 1753, at Lebanon.<br />

195. Eleazer, b. 22 Jan., 1755, at Lebanon. He died <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> West<br />

India islands.<br />

196. David, b. 8 Nov., 1757, at Lebanon, m. Anne Champion.^-<br />

197. Sybil, b. 13 July, 1728, at Lebanon, m. William Little.+<br />

198. Lydia, b. 16 May, 1740, at Lebanon, d. 20 Oct., 1742.<br />

199. Lydia 2d, b. 1 Jan., 1745, at Lebanon, d. 17 March, 1747.<br />

IV. Anne <strong>Hyde</strong> (31), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., youngest<br />

daughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) and Elizabeth Calk<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong><br />

a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> iirst, and Jane<br />

Lee, of JsT<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 11 ]^ov., 1731, Simon Gray, b.<br />

about 1710. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where he d. 13<br />

JS'ov., 1742.<br />

Her children hy him loere :<br />

200. Simeon, b. 18 Oct., 1733, at Lebanon, m. Mary White.+<br />

201. Anne, b. 29 July, 1732, at Lebanon, d. 25 Kxx^., 1732.<br />

202. Anne 2d, b. 25 June, 1735, at Lebanon. She m. 20 Jan.,<br />

1757, James Clark of Lebanon, probably Col. James Clark,<br />

b. 15 Sept., 1730, at Lebanon, a capta<strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> army of <strong>the</strong><br />

revolution, who d. 29 Dec, 1826, at Lebanon, at <strong>the</strong> advanced<br />

age of 96 years.<br />

After his death she m. 22 April, 1744, Capt. Adonijah<br />

Fitch of N'ew London N<strong>or</strong>th Parish (Montville), son of<br />

Daniel Fitch, and grandson of Rev. James Fitch and<br />

Priscilla M<strong>as</strong>on of I^<strong>or</strong>wich, and great grandson of Maj<strong>or</strong><br />

John M<strong>as</strong>on of N<strong>or</strong>wich and Anne Peck his second wife.<br />

{See 15 Gen. Reg.,117; 17 do., 42.)<br />

rV. John <strong>Hyde</strong> (33), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 5 Dec,<br />

1698, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) and Experience


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Abel (98) w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first,<br />

and Jane Lee, of JST<strong>or</strong>wicli. He m. 21 Sept., 1721, Sarah<br />

H<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>s, daughter of John H<strong>as</strong>kius of Taunton, M<strong>as</strong>s.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at iS'<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 6 Sept., 1753.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

210. Sil<strong>as</strong>, b. 1 March, 1727, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Martha Waterman.+<br />

211. John, b. 13 Nov., 1729, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 12 Sept., 1758, Elizabeth<br />

Baldw<strong>in</strong> of Mansfield,<br />

wich s. p.<br />

and d. 14 Dec, 1759, at N<strong>or</strong>-<br />

212. Simeon, b. 22 Oct., 1734, d. 19 Nov., 1734.<br />

213. Levi, b. 24 Oct., 1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jemima Mart<strong>in</strong>.f<br />

214. Asa, b. 21 July, 1741, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lucy French.<br />

215. Rufus, b. 20 June, 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Walcott.i<br />

216. Anne, b. 19 Feb., 1722, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. James Fox.+<br />

217. Experience, b. 30 July, 1724, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Benjam<strong>in</strong><br />

218.<br />

Waterman.+<br />

Mary, b. 17 May, 1732, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died <strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong>fancy.<br />

219. Mary 2d, b. 19 April, 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Nathan Durkee.f<br />

220. Hannah, b. 31 July, 1748, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 3 Sept., 1753.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, John <strong>Hyde</strong> (33) m. 7<br />

Dec., 1755, Elizabeth Backus of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and died <strong>the</strong>re<br />

22 Oct., 1762. She survived him, and died 26 Kov., 1767.<br />

IV. Eleazer <strong>Hyde</strong> (34), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 12<br />

Dec, 1704, <strong>the</strong> second son of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) and Experience<br />

Abel (98), w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong><br />

first, and Jane Lee, ot" N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 8 Feb., 1733,<br />

Sarah Hewitt of Marshfield, M<strong>as</strong>s., b. <strong>in</strong> 1708. <strong>The</strong>y settled<br />

at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he d. 11 May, 1772. His will is<br />

dated 26 April, 1760, with a codicil, dated 30 May, 1769,<br />

giv<strong>in</strong>g his property to his wife and his three surviv<strong>in</strong>g<br />

children. Some of which property, <strong>in</strong> 1858, still belonged<br />

to <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of his daughter, Zylpha, his only child<br />

that left issue.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

221. Eliab, b. 22 March, 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 21 April, 1760, unm.<br />

222. Issacher, b. 7 June, 1745, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 16 Sept., 1746.<br />

223. Issacher 2d, b. 16 Aug., 1747, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 16 Oct., 1772. unm.<br />

224. Zylpha, b. 8 Nov., 1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. James Rogers.+<br />

225. Sarah, b. 29 April, 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 25 May, 1777, her<br />

second cous<strong>in</strong>, <strong>The</strong>od<strong>or</strong>e <strong>Hyde</strong> (294), <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Richard<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong>, Esq. (44), of Bean Hill, and d. 30 July, 1793 s.p.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of Eleazer <strong>Hyde</strong>, his widow m. 22 Sept.,<br />

f<br />

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1774, John Birchard of N"<strong>or</strong>wich, and d. 1 Jan., 1777. {See<br />

No. 57.)<br />

IV. Capt. James <strong>Hyde</strong> (35), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wicli, Conn.,<br />

28 Feb., 1707, tlie third son of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) and Experience<br />

Abel (98), w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of San<strong>in</strong>el <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong><br />

first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He. m. 26 Dec, 1743,<br />

Sarah Marsliall (636), b. 12 April, 1720, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter<br />

of his second cous<strong>in</strong>, Abiah Hough (115) and Abiel<br />

Marshall of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, w^here<br />

she d. 3 Nov., 1773. He w<strong>as</strong> a ship m<strong>as</strong>ter, and d. 24<br />

April, 1793, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y are both buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> old<br />

cemeter}^ at N<strong>or</strong>wich Town.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

226. Ebenezer, b. 1 Jan., 1748, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Cliloe Ellsw<strong>or</strong>th,<br />

2 Phebe Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, 3 Elizabeth Peck.f<br />

227. James, b. 17 July, 1752, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Martha Nev<strong>in</strong>s.+<br />

228. Simeon, b. 5 Jan., 1755, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, graduated at Yale <strong>in</strong><br />

1776, studied <strong>the</strong>ology, <strong>or</strong>da<strong>in</strong>ed <strong>as</strong> a presbyterian clergyman,<br />

settled at Deerfield, N. J., and died <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1783 unm.<br />

229. Abial, b. 16 Oct., 1757, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Mary Hosmer, 2<br />

Mary Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>.f<br />

230. Eliab, b. 17 Sept., 1760, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lydia Griswold.f<br />

231. Abiah, b. 27 Uec, 1749, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Aaron Cleveland.f<br />

IV. Capt. Mat<strong>the</strong>w <strong>Hyde</strong> (36), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn.,<br />

28 April, 1711, <strong>the</strong> fourth son of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) and<br />

Experience Abel (98), w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2)<br />

<strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 19 April,<br />

1733, Elizabeth Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, b. 6 May, 1712, daughter of<br />

Deacon Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his second<br />

wife, <strong>the</strong> widow Judith Brewster.<br />

[This Deacon Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> first'<br />

white male child b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> N<strong>or</strong>wich (b."l Nov., 1660), and<br />

w<strong>as</strong> son of <strong>the</strong> first Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

by his wife, Ruth Rock<strong>well</strong> of W<strong>in</strong>ds<strong>or</strong>, "and grandson of<br />

Simon Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton and Margaret Barret of N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>in</strong><br />

who, with his three s'ons, Simon, Christopher and<br />

Samuel, and one daughter, embarked <strong>in</strong> 1633 f<strong>or</strong> Boston,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s. He died on <strong>the</strong> p<strong>as</strong>sage. Deacon Christopher<br />

Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton m. 26 May, 1681, Sarah Adgate (<strong>the</strong> second<br />

daughter of <strong>the</strong> first Deacon Thom<strong>as</strong> Adgate of N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

by his second wife, Mary Marv<strong>in</strong>, widow of Richard<br />

Buslmel of Saybrook, and daughter of <strong>the</strong> first Mat<strong>the</strong>w<br />

Marv<strong>in</strong> of Hartf<strong>or</strong>d), and had'by her six sons and two


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daughters. She d. iu Feb., 1706. He <strong>the</strong>n m. <strong>in</strong> Oct.,<br />

1706, Judith Brewster, <strong>the</strong> widow of Jonathan Brewster,<br />

and had by her two sons and two daughters, and d. 24<br />

April, 1735.]<br />

Capt. Mattliew <strong>Hyde</strong> settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms,<br />

now Frankl<strong>in</strong>, w^here his wife d. 20 May, 1776.<br />

His children hy her were<br />

232. Mat<strong>the</strong>w, b. 27 Ap'l, 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Roxalana Stoughton.f<br />

283. Eli, b. 12 Oct., 1736, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Rhoda Lathrop.f<br />

234. Christopher, b. 26 March, 1739, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 2 July,<br />

1760 unm.<br />

235. James, b. 6 April, 1741, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Eunice Backus -J-<br />

236. Azariah, b. 30 Aug., 1748, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Rebecca Edgerton.t<br />

237. Uri, b. 27 Sept., 1751, d. 6 July, 1761.<br />

238. Lovisa, b. 11 Oct.. 1743, d. 4 Jan., 1762, unm.<br />

239. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 5 April, 1746, d. 27 Jan., 1785, unm.<br />

240. Elizabeth, b. 18 Aug., 1755, d. 2 Oct., 1781, unm.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, Capt. Mat<strong>the</strong>w <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

m. 26 Aug., 1776, Hannah Pember (1645), b. 16 March,<br />

1750, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, eldest daughter of John Pember (398)<br />

and Irene Wood of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and granddaughter of his<br />

first cous<strong>in</strong> Mary H3^de (55), eldest daughter of Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (7) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He d. 18 March, 1792.<br />

She d. 11 March, 1839, at Paris, N. Y.<br />

His children hy her were :<br />

241. Gustavus, b. 18 June, 1777, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Collar.^<br />

242. Ira, b. 26 March, 1779, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Susannah T<strong>or</strong>rey.f<br />

243. Levi, b. 21 Feb., 1781, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Wentw<strong>or</strong>th.+<br />

244. Eleazer, b. 5 March, 1783, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Brown.i<br />

245. James 2d, b. 12 April, 1785, d. 24 January, 1789.<br />

246. Issacher, b. 23 June, 1787, d. 14 Oct., 1795.<br />

IV. Experience <strong>Hyde</strong> (37), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 7<br />

Sept., 1700, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) and<br />

Experience Abel, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 12 Jan.,<br />

1720, Samuel Gifi"<strong>or</strong>d, b. 23 Sept., 1694, at W<strong>in</strong>dham, son<br />

of Samuel Gift<strong>or</strong>d and Mary Calk<strong>in</strong> his wife of W<strong>in</strong>dham,<br />

and afterwards of N<strong>or</strong>wich, (and grandson of Stephen<br />

Gift<strong>or</strong>d <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich and his first wife, Hannah<br />

Gove, to whom he w<strong>as</strong> m. May, 1667, and who d. 24 Jan.,<br />

1670.) <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she probably died.<br />

But <strong>the</strong> date of her death h<strong>as</strong> not been <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed. He<br />

d. 30 Sept., 1753, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

:


Thrir children were :<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

247. Samuel, b. 24 Nov., 1720, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Martha Giff<strong>or</strong>d.<br />

2 Anu L<strong>or</strong>d.-i-<br />

248. Stephen, b. G Nov., 1726, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Sarah Waterman,<br />

2 Sarah Avery.f<br />

249. James, b. 10 April, 1729, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Susanna Hubbard.f<br />

250. Ziba, b. 30 Oct., 1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Edith Gifibrd.-!-<br />

251. Caleb, b. 10 March, 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 14 Oct., 17G1,<br />

Delight Spaft<strong>or</strong>d of Lebanon.<br />

252. Anna, b. 5 Sept., 1722, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Nathan Durkee, and<br />

d. 3 July, 1752. {See No. 219.)<br />

253. Hannah, b. 20 Sept., 1724, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. John Abel.-I-<br />

254. Lois, b. 25 Feb., 1731, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. <strong>The</strong>ophilus Hunt-<br />

<strong>in</strong>gton."?"<br />

255. Experience, b. 15 May, 1733, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Isaac Johnson.+<br />

25G. Mary, b. 15 March, 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 22 Sept., 1753.<br />

257. Sarah, b. 22 June, 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 10 Dec, 17G6, her first<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, <strong>The</strong>ophilus Tracy (2G3), <strong>the</strong> sixth son of Margaret<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (38) and John Tracy <strong>the</strong> third of N<strong>or</strong>wich. (See<br />

No. 2G3.)<br />

rV. Margaret <strong>Hyde</strong> (38), b<strong>or</strong>n at l^<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 16<br />

I Ang., 1702, <strong>the</strong> second dangliter of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) and<br />

Experience Abel (98), w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of i^<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 21<br />

Jan., 1724, John Tracy, b. 27 June, 1700, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong><br />

eldest son of John Tracy <strong>the</strong> second, and Elizabeth Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>,<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. {See No. 44.)<br />

[This John Tracy w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> second son of John Tracy<br />

<strong>the</strong> first, and Mary W<strong>in</strong> slow, of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

grandson of Lieut. Thom<strong>as</strong> Tracy, one of <strong>the</strong> 35 <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al<br />

propriet<strong>or</strong>s of N<strong>or</strong>wich, who w<strong>as</strong> b. about 1610, at Tewksbury<br />

<strong>in</strong> England. Lieut. Thom<strong>as</strong> Tracy arrived at Salem,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s., April, 1636. He had lands <strong>as</strong>signed to him at<br />

Salem, and is known to have been <strong>the</strong>re 23 Feb., 1637,<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> a ship carpenter. He soon after went to Connecticut,<br />

and <strong>in</strong> 1641 he married at We<strong>the</strong>rsfield. <strong>The</strong><br />

name of his first wife is not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed ; but it is supposed<br />

that she w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> widow of Edward M<strong>as</strong>on, who died at<br />

We<strong>the</strong>rsfieid <strong>in</strong> 1640. <strong>The</strong>y subsequently removed to<br />

Saybrook. And <strong>in</strong> 1645 he and Thom<strong>as</strong> Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>, and<br />

probably William <strong>Hyde</strong> \ (1) <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich and some<br />

o<strong>the</strong>rs, relieved Unc<strong>as</strong>, sachem of <strong>the</strong> Mohegans, with a<br />

boat load of provisions when that Indian chief w<strong>as</strong> besieged<br />

at Shattock Po<strong>in</strong>t, near N<strong>or</strong>wich, by Pessachus,<br />

sachem of <strong>the</strong> Narragansetts. F<strong>or</strong> this service, Unc<strong>as</strong><br />

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subsequently gave to Tracy and LefRng<strong>well</strong> 400 acres of<br />

land <strong>in</strong> what is now Preston.<br />

Lieut. Thom<strong>as</strong> Tracy's first wife died at Saybrook previous<br />

to his removal to N<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> 1660. He had by her<br />

six sons and one daughter, all of whom went with him to<br />

IST<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> 1660, and all but <strong>the</strong> youngest son married<br />

and had families : 1. John, b. <strong>in</strong> 1642 at We<strong>the</strong>rsfield,<br />

m. 10 June, 1670, Mary W<strong>in</strong>slow, b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> 1646 (daughter<br />

of Josiah W<strong>in</strong>slow, who w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> 1606 at Droitwich,<br />

Eno'., and Margaret Bourn of Marshtield, M<strong>as</strong>s.), a niece<br />

of Gov. Edwaixl W<strong>in</strong>slow {sec No. 289). 2. Jonathan, b.<br />

about 1644, m. 11 July, 1772, Mary Griswold, b. 26 Aug.,<br />

1656, second daughter of Capt. Francis Griswold of ]^<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

; and, secondly, m. 21 Aug., 1711, Mary Richards.<br />

3. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. about 1646, m. and settled at Preston, and<br />

had five sons and three daughters. 4. Dr. Solomon, b.<br />

1651 at Saybrook, m. 23 N'ov., 1676, Sarah Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton,<br />

eldest daughter of Deacon Simon Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton <strong>the</strong> first of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich ; and, after her death, m. 8 April, 1686, Sarah,<br />

widow of Thom<strong>as</strong> Sluman. 5. Daniel, b. 1652 at Saybrook,<br />

m. 19 Sept., 1682, Abigail Adgate, b. Aug., 1661,<br />

daughter of Deacon Thom<strong>as</strong> Adgate of IlT<strong>or</strong>wich by his<br />

second wife, Mary Marv<strong>in</strong>, widow of Richard Bushnell of<br />

Saybrook; and, secondly, m. 4 March, 1712, Hannah<br />

Backus, daughter of William Backus <strong>the</strong> first of IST<strong>or</strong>i^dch,<br />

and widow of Thom<strong>as</strong> B<strong>in</strong>gham <strong>the</strong> second of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

6. Samuel, b. about 1654, at Saybrook, d. 11 Jan., 1693,<br />

u. m. 7. Miriam, b. about 1648, at Saybrook, m. <strong>in</strong> ISTov.,<br />

1688, Ensign Thom<strong>as</strong> Waterman <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wicli<br />

{see Nos. 40, 474, 503). Lieut. Thom<strong>as</strong> Tracy <strong>the</strong>n m.<br />

about 1679, Martha (Bourn), widow of John Bra^<strong>or</strong>d,<br />

son of <strong>the</strong> govern<strong>or</strong>. She died, and he <strong>the</strong>n m. about<br />

1683, Mary Foote, b. about 1623, second daughter of Nathaniel<br />

Foote <strong>the</strong> first of We<strong>the</strong>rsfield, and widow of<br />

John Goodrich of We<strong>the</strong>rsfield. He d. 7 Nov., 1685, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> a son of Nathaniel Tracy of Tewksbury,<br />

and grandson of Richard Tracy of Stanway <strong>in</strong> Gloucestershire,<br />

and Barbary Lucy, a daughter of Sir William<br />

Lucy of Charlecote, Warwickshire, aunt of Shakespeare's<br />

Justice Shallow. See Appendix B, and Burke's Peerage,<br />

1856, p. 963.]<br />

John Tracy <strong>the</strong> third, who married Margaret <strong>Hyde</strong> (38),<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a farmer, and <strong>the</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wicli West Farms,<br />

now Frankl<strong>in</strong>, where he d. 20 Aug., 1786. She d. 6 Feb.,<br />

1789, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.


Tlieir children loere<br />

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HYDE GENEALOGY. 27<br />

258. Jol<strong>in</strong>, b. 11 Feb., 1726, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Margaret Hunt<strong>in</strong>g-<br />

259.<br />

ton, 2 Bethiah Johnson.<br />

Eleazer, b. 16 March, 1728, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, who left his paternal<br />

home when young and unmarried, and w<strong>as</strong> never afterwards<br />

heard of by his<br />

French war.<br />

relatives. Supposed to have been killed <strong>in</strong><br />

260. Josiah, b. 17 April, 1730, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. ]M?irgaret Pettis.f<br />

261. Hezekiah, b. 1736 at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Elizabeth Pettis, 2 Abi-<br />

gail Starr.f<br />

262. Daniel, b. 14 March, 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Johnson.^<br />

263. <strong>The</strong>ophilus, b. 14 Sept., 1742, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Griff<strong>or</strong>d.t<br />

264. Joshua, b. 13 Aug., 1745, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Naomi B<strong>in</strong>gham.t<br />

265. Elizabeth, b. 1 May, 1732, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Zebulon Edgerton.f<br />

266. Margaret, b. 16 May, 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. William Beutley.•^<br />

267. Raciiel, b. 27 Sept., 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 6 December, 176S,<br />

her second cous<strong>in</strong> Ezekiel <strong>Hyde</strong> (414), second son of<br />

Jabez <strong>Hyde</strong> (58) <strong>the</strong> second, and Lydia Abel (587), of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. {See No. 414.)<br />

TV. Es<strong>the</strong>r <strong>Hyde</strong> (39), bom at JST<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 16<br />

Feb., 1709, <strong>the</strong> third daughter of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) and Experience<br />

Abel (98), w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 5 Feb.,.<br />

1740, Thom<strong>as</strong> Williams. I suppose he w<strong>as</strong> of <strong>the</strong> Montville<br />

family, and that he w<strong>as</strong> son of Thom<strong>as</strong> Williams,<br />

who d. 1705. He d. 23 March, 1746, at IS'<strong>or</strong>wich ; and<br />

she d. 29 April, 1799, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir cliildren loere<br />

268. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 22 March, 1742, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jerusha Abcl.f<br />

269. Es<strong>the</strong>r, b. 30 May, 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, who I have not been<br />

able to trace fur<strong>the</strong>r.<br />

270. Ruth, b. 19 Jan., 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 16 Dec., 1798 at<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong> unm.<br />

lY. Lucy <strong>Hyde</strong> (40), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 16 April,<br />

1713, <strong>the</strong> fourth daughter of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) and Experience<br />

Abel (98), w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2)<br />

<strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 26 Nov.,<br />

1733, Asa Waterman, b. 15 Nov., 1706, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong><br />

youngest son of Ensign Thom<strong>as</strong> Waterman <strong>the</strong> second,<br />

and Elizabeth AUyn, of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

[This Ensign Thom<strong>as</strong> Waterman w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> eldest son of<br />

Ensign Thom<strong>as</strong> Waterman, one of <strong>the</strong> <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al propriet<strong>or</strong>s


28<br />

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of K<strong>or</strong>wicli, who w<strong>as</strong> b. 1644 at Marshfield, son of Robert<br />

Waterman and Elizabeth Bourn. He m. Nov., 1668,<br />

Miriam Tracy {see No. 38), <strong>the</strong> only daughter of Lieut.<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Tracy of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and d. <strong>in</strong> 1708. He had by<br />

her three sons and five daughters : 1. Thom<strong>as</strong>, who m.<br />

29 June, 1691, Elizabeth Allyn. 2. John, who m. 5 Nov.,<br />

1701, Elizabetl^ Lathrop ; and afterwards, 27 Sept., 1709,<br />

Mrs. Judith Woodward ; <strong>the</strong>n, 16 April. 1721, Elizabeth<br />

B<strong>as</strong>sett. 3. Joseph, who m. Elizabeth Woodward. 4.<br />

Elizabeth, who m. 10 July, 1695, Capt. John Fitch of<br />

W<strong>in</strong>dham. 5. Miriam, who d. 22 Sept., 1760, u. m. 6.<br />

Martha, who m. 30 June, 1709, and w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> second wife<br />

of "Lyme's Capta<strong>in</strong>," Deacon Reynold Marv<strong>in</strong> of Lyme.<br />

7. Lydia, who m. 25 Nov., 1708, Eleazer Burnam. And<br />

8. Anne, who m. 4 Nov., 1713, Josiah Do Wolf of Lyme.<br />

<strong>The</strong> children of Thom<strong>as</strong> Waterman 2d and Elizabeth<br />

Allen were: Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 1692; John, 1694; Elizabeth,<br />

1696 ; Ebcnezer, 1699 ; Daniel, 1701 ; Elisha, 1704 ; Asa,<br />

1706 ; and probably Sarah and Nehemiah. John Water-<br />

man <strong>the</strong> first, by his three wives, had eleven children<br />

Elizabeth, b. 1702; Eleazer <strong>in</strong> 1704; John <strong>in</strong> 1706, d.<br />

1730 u. m. ; Hannah, <strong>in</strong> 1708; William <strong>in</strong> 1710; Samuel<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1712 ; Ebenezer <strong>in</strong> 1715 ; Peter <strong>in</strong> 1717 ; Mary <strong>in</strong> 1722 ;<br />

David B. <strong>in</strong> 1725 ; and Elizabeth <strong>in</strong> 1730. Joseph Waterman<br />

and Elizabeth Woodward had seven children : Timothy,<br />

b. 1717 ; Judith, b 1720 ; Ezra, d. 1725 ; Elizabeth,<br />

b. 1724 ; Mehetable, b. 1727 ; Anne, b. 1730 ; and Joseph,<br />

b. 1733, d. 1753.]<br />

Asa Waterman and his wife Lucy <strong>Hyde</strong> settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

where he d. 14 Nov.. 1783; and she survived him,<br />

and died <strong>the</strong>re 16 Nov., 1790.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loere<br />

:<br />

275. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 12 Aug., 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Eunice French.<br />

276. Asa, b. 1 May, 1743. at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Anne Sterry.t<br />

277. Azariah, b. 28 Dec, 1745, d. 7 Sept., 1753.<br />

278. Arunah, b. 24 April, 1749, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Hannah Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>.f<br />

279. Azariah 2d, b. 7 Oct., 1754, d. 5 Sept., 1759.<br />

280. Lucy, b. 15 Jan., 1737, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, ni. her second cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Judge Mat<strong>the</strong>w Adgate (363), <strong>the</strong> fourth son of Hannah<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (51) and Mat<strong>the</strong>w Adgate.f {See No. 363.)<br />

281. Mary, b. 19 April, 1739, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her second cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Capt. Jedediah <strong>Hyde</strong> (307),<br />

Jedediah <strong>Hyde</strong> (46) by his<br />

{See No. 307.)<br />

<strong>the</strong> eldest<br />

first wife,<br />

son of <strong>the</strong> Eev.<br />

Jerusha Perk<strong>in</strong>s.<br />

282. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 8 May, 1741, d. 2 June, 1755.<br />

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HYDE GENEALOGY. 29<br />

IV. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah <strong>Hyde</strong> (41), b<strong>or</strong>n at IST<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 22<br />

June, 1715, <strong>the</strong> youngest daughter of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) and<br />

Experience Abel (98), w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N^<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 5<br />

Sept., 1748, Ebeuezer Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 1 E"ov., 1700 ; probably<br />

<strong>the</strong> youngest son of Jeremiah Thom<strong>as</strong> of Marshfield.<br />

She w<strong>as</strong> his second wife. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where<br />

he d. 16 Oct., 1794. She survived him, and died <strong>the</strong>re 5<br />

Oct., 1803.<br />

His children hy her xocre :<br />

+<br />

283. Simeon, b. 13 Dec, 1753, at N<strong>or</strong>wicli, m. Lucretia Deshon.+<br />

284. Thom<strong>as</strong> Langrell, b. 1 Aug., 1757, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Eunice<br />

Birchard, 2 Anne Blake.<br />

285. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 10 Oct., 1749, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Frederick Tracy.+<br />

286. Clar<strong>in</strong>a, b. 13 Dec, 1751, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She resided at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

and died <strong>the</strong>re 21 Aug., 1839, unm.<br />

<strong>The</strong> first wife of Ebenezer Thom<strong>as</strong>, to whom he w<strong>as</strong> m.<br />

7 March, 1732, w<strong>as</strong> Hannah H<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>s, who d. 2 July, 1747<br />

and his children by her were : Ebenezer, b. 5 Oct., 1734,<br />

and d. 30 April, 1737 ; Ebenezer 2d, b. 28 Feb., 1743, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. and d. April, 1806; Hannah, b. 3 Sept.,<br />

1733, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Andrew <strong>Hyde</strong> (142) ; Mary, b. 7<br />

March, 1736, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Adam Shapley of New London<br />

; Lucretia, b. 4 Sept., 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 12 Dec,<br />

1812, unm. ; Abigail, b. 18 Dec, 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m.<br />

Capt. Jacob Perk<strong>in</strong>s ; and Ehzabeth, b. 2 July, 1747, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 4 Jan., 1777, unm. <strong>The</strong>se were not of <strong>the</strong><br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> blood.<br />

IV. Capt. William <strong>Hyde</strong> (43), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn.,<br />

1 May, 1702, <strong>the</strong> second son of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) and<br />

Anne Bushnell, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong><br />

first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He graduated at Yale<br />

1721. He m. 24 April, 1722, Anne B<strong>as</strong>set, b. about 1701.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he w<strong>as</strong> a lawyer aiid a<br />

justice of <strong>the</strong> peace, and where he d. 7 June, 1738. She<br />

d. 12 Feb., 1763, at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

287. Flavius, b. 22 May, 1723, d. 2 June, 1723.<br />

288. William, b. 22 Sept., 1731, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Abigail Langrel,<br />

2 Alice Otis.-J-<br />

289. Elizabeth, b. 23 Aug., 1724, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Perez Tracy.f<br />

290. Anne, b. 8 Oct., 1727, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Abel Calk<strong>in</strong>s.f<br />

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291. Mary, b. 22 Sept., 1729, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 26 March,<br />

1754, Thom<strong>as</strong> Langrell, and d. 15 Dec, 1766, s. j).<br />

292. Priscilla, b. 10 Jnne, 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She <strong>in</strong>. Jonathan<br />

Budd<strong>in</strong>gton, and d. after 1766, s. p.<br />

293. Hannah, b. 19 May, 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Timothy Bigelow.t<br />

IV. Richard <strong>Hyde</strong> (44), b<strong>or</strong>n at Nonvicli, Conn., 10<br />

Feb., 1707, <strong>the</strong> third son of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) and Anne<br />

Bushucll, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel Ilyde (2) <strong>the</strong> first,<br />

and Jane Lee, of I^<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 12 E'ov., 1730, his<br />

second cous<strong>in</strong>, Anne Tracy, b. 29 Nov., 1708, at E'<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

<strong>the</strong> second daughter of John Tracy <strong>the</strong> second, and Elizabeth<br />

Letf<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>, of jS'<strong>or</strong>wich {see No. 38, and Appeyidix, B).<br />

His first cous<strong>in</strong>, Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong> (24), at <strong>the</strong> same time m. her<br />

sister, Ruth Tracy.<br />

[Tliis Elizabeth Letf<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>, wife of John Tracy <strong>the</strong><br />

second of IST<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a daughter of Thom<strong>as</strong> Letf<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> second of ]Sr<strong>or</strong>wich, who w<strong>as</strong> b. 27 August, 1649, <strong>the</strong><br />

eldest son of Lieut. Thom<strong>as</strong> Lefl<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>, one of <strong>the</strong> <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al<br />

^propriet<strong>or</strong>s of N<strong>or</strong>wich, b. at Croxhall <strong>in</strong> England,<br />

who w<strong>as</strong> one of <strong>the</strong> first settlers of Saybrook. This Lieut.<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Letf<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich is <strong>the</strong> person<br />

described by Miss Fanny M. Calk<strong>in</strong>s, <strong>in</strong> her hist<strong>or</strong>y of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>as</strong> hav<strong>in</strong>g, <strong>in</strong> connection with <strong>the</strong> first Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

Tracy of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and Thom<strong>as</strong> M<strong>in</strong>er, relieved Unc<strong>as</strong>,<br />

<strong>the</strong> sachem of <strong>the</strong> Mohegans with provisions, when he<br />

w<strong>as</strong> besieged by <strong>the</strong> Narragansetts <strong>in</strong> his f<strong>or</strong>t on Shattock<br />

Po<strong>in</strong>t; and which probably led to <strong>the</strong> subsequent grant<br />

by Unc<strong>as</strong> and his sons of n<strong>in</strong>e miles square of lands, to<br />

Letf<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> and his <strong>as</strong>cociates, <strong>in</strong> 1659, f<strong>or</strong> <strong>the</strong> <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al<br />

township of N<strong>or</strong>wich. His son, Thom<strong>as</strong> Letf<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

second, came with him to N<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> 1660, be<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>n<br />

about eleven years of age. He m. Mary Bushnell, b. <strong>in</strong><br />

Jan., 1655, at Saybrook (<strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Richard<br />

Bushnell and Mary Marv<strong>in</strong> of Saybrook), sister of Richard<br />

Bushnell <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and granddaughter of <strong>the</strong><br />

first Mattliew Marv<strong>in</strong> of Hartf<strong>or</strong>d. ^See No. 6."]<br />

Richard <strong>Hyde</strong> settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, and resided on Bean<br />

Hill, and succeeded his fa<strong>the</strong>r <strong>as</strong> a justice of <strong>the</strong> peace of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> a very <strong>in</strong>telligent and <strong>in</strong>fluential man,<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> f<strong>or</strong> many years one of <strong>the</strong> lead<strong>in</strong>g men of <strong>the</strong><br />

town. His wife cl. 20 April, 1762. He survived her, and<br />

d. 22 Dec, 1785, and w<strong>as</strong> buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> old part of <strong>the</strong><br />

cemetery near <strong>the</strong> church at <strong>the</strong> town of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a lawyer.


<strong>The</strong>ir cliildren were :<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY. 3]^<br />

294. <strong>The</strong>od<strong>or</strong>e, b. 13 March, 1732, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 25 May,<br />

1777, his second cous<strong>in</strong>, Sarah <strong>Hyde</strong> (225), daughter of<br />

Eleazer <strong>Hyde</strong> (34), and d. 29 Dec, 1787, s. p.<br />

295. Elihu, b. 3 Aug., 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Griswold.+ ,<br />

296. Peleg, b. 28 Jan., 1745, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Susannah Jarvis.f<br />

297. Zebediah, b. 22 Nov., 1749, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died a bachel<strong>or</strong>.<br />

298. Lucretia, b. 30 Jan., 1737, d. 9 Dec, 1739.<br />

299. Lucy, b. 29 June, 1739, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her third cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Jabez Post (541), <strong>the</strong> youngest son of Nathaniel Post (87)<br />

and Ruth Lathrop of N<strong>or</strong>wich. (See No. 541.)<br />

300. Lucretia 2d, b. 12 March, 1742, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She lived at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, and d. 18 Dec, 1786, uum.<br />

rV. Ezra <strong>Hyde</strong> (45), b<strong>or</strong>n at IST<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 6 .E'ov.,<br />

1709, <strong>the</strong> fourth sou of William Iljde (6) and Anne Bushnell,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel Hjde (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Jane Lee, of Nonvich. He m. 30 March, 1730, Elizabeth<br />

Lefiiug<strong>well</strong>, b. 12 Dec., 1713, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> eldest<br />

daughter of Capt. John Lefiiug<strong>well</strong> and Sarah Abel of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich {see No. 1021). <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where<br />

he d. 18 July, 1741. [Sarah Abel w<strong>as</strong> a daughter of <strong>the</strong><br />

first Joshua Abel of N<strong>or</strong>wdch by his second wife, Bethia<br />

Gager.]<br />

Ihei'r cliildren were<br />

:<br />

301. John, b. 14 July, 1736, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. Elizabeth Baldw<strong>in</strong>,<br />

and died s. p.<br />

302. Ezra, b. about 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, and had<br />

a family that I have not traced out.<br />

303. Uriah, b. 17 Sept., 1741, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mehitable Marv<strong>in</strong>.f<br />

304. Eunice, b. 13 Nov., 1731, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Joseph Warren<br />

of Pla<strong>in</strong>field, and probably had a family.<br />

305. Sarah, b. 12 Sept., 1733, d. 21 Dec, 1736.<br />

306. Sarah 2d, b. at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Abel Buel^2 Samuel Nye.+<br />

IV. <strong>The</strong> Rev. Jedediah <strong>Hyde</strong> (46), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

Conn., 2 June, 1712, <strong>the</strong> fifth son of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6)<br />

and Anne Bushnell, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel Hj^de (2)<br />

<strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 17 July,<br />

1733, Jerusha Perk<strong>in</strong>s, b. 1 Sept., 1711, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

daughter of Deacon Joseph Perk<strong>in</strong>s and Martha M<strong>or</strong>gan<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>Mdch.'<br />

[This Deacon Joseph Perk<strong>in</strong>s, b. 22 June, 1674, at Ipswich,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s., who m. 22 May, 1700, Martha M<strong>or</strong>gan of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a son of Sergeant Jacob Perk<strong>in</strong>s of Ipswich,


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b<strong>or</strong>n at N'ewent, England, <strong>in</strong> 1623, who came over with<br />

his fa<strong>the</strong>r, John Perk<strong>in</strong>s <strong>the</strong> elder of Ipswich, and his<br />

mo<strong>the</strong>r, Judith, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> ship Lyon of Bristol, <strong>in</strong> company<br />

with Koger Williams, and arrived <strong>in</strong> Boston 6 Feb., 1631,<br />

and removed to Ipswich <strong>in</strong> 1633, where he m. and d. 29<br />

Jan., 1700, aged 76. Deacon Joseph Perk<strong>in</strong>s came with<br />

his bro<strong>the</strong>r Jabez to that part of N'<strong>or</strong>wich which is now<br />

Lisbon <strong>in</strong> 1694.]<br />

<strong>The</strong> Rev. Jedediah <strong>Hyde</strong> w<strong>as</strong> a clergyman, <strong>or</strong>da<strong>in</strong>ed<br />

20 Oct., 1746. He belonged to that part of <strong>the</strong> Congregational<br />

church <strong>the</strong>n called Scperatists ; and ga<strong>the</strong>red a<br />

church at Bean Hill <strong>in</strong> N<strong>or</strong>wich. His wife died at N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

8 Feb., 1741.<br />

His children hy her were<br />

307. Jedediah, b. 24 Aug., 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Mary Waterman,<br />

2 Elizabeth Parker.<br />

308. Martha, b. 19 Aug., 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her third cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Jabez Post (541), son of Nathaniel Post (87) and lluth<br />

Lathrop of N<strong>or</strong>wich. (/S'ee No. 541.)<br />

309. Jerusha, b. 7 June, 1736, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sil<strong>as</strong> Stark.+<br />

310. Diadama, b. 10 Dec, 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Butler.i<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his tirst wife, <strong>the</strong> Eev. Jedediah<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> m. 17 May, 1742, Jerusha Tracy (598), b. 23 May,<br />

1723, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> fourth daughter of his second<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, Mary Abel (100), and Capt. Joseph Tracy <strong>the</strong> first<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

[This Capt. Joseph Tracy w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> third son of John<br />

Tracy <strong>the</strong> tirst of N<strong>or</strong>wich by his wife, Mary "W<strong>in</strong>slow,<br />

who w<strong>as</strong> b. <strong>in</strong> 1640 at Marshfield, daughter of Josiah<br />

W<strong>in</strong>slow and Margaret Bourn of Marshfield, and niece of<br />

Gov. Edward W<strong>in</strong>slow of <strong>the</strong> Mayflower. See No. 38.]<br />

Rev. Jedediah <strong>Hyde</strong> died at N<strong>or</strong>wich 26 Sept., 1761.<br />

His children hy her xccrc :<br />

311. Reuben, b. 18 June, 1747, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He went to sea at<br />

about <strong>the</strong> age of 19, and w<strong>as</strong> never afterwards heard of by<br />

312.<br />

his relatives.<br />

Apphia, b. 29 Sept., 1757, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Samuel Cardell,<br />

313.<br />

2 Benjam<strong>in</strong> Walw<strong>or</strong>th.<br />

Elizabeth, b. 21 Nov., 1700, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. John Harris.f<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of her first husband, Jerusha Tracy<br />

(598), widow of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Jedediah <strong>Hyde</strong> (46), m. 15 Sept,<br />

1763, Daniel Peck of N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms, now Frankl<strong>in</strong>,<br />

and died <strong>the</strong>re 20 Aug., 1764.<br />

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Her child hy him w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

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314. Jedediali <strong>Hyde</strong>, b. 6 July, 1764, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, who married<br />

and died at Brookfield, N. Y., and had one daughter, Jem.<br />

sha Feck, who m. Conger of Brookfield, and had a<br />

large family ; <strong>the</strong> particulars of whom I have not obta<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

IV. Elispia <strong>Hyde</strong> (4T), b<strong>or</strong>n at :N'<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 12<br />

Sept., 1714, <strong>the</strong> sixth son of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) and Anne<br />

Bushnell, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first,<br />

and Jane Lee, of :N'<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 2 Sept., 1741, Lydia<br />

Tracy (596), b. 10 Dec., 1716, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> fourth<br />

daughter of his second cous<strong>in</strong>, Mary Abel (100), and Capt.<br />

Joseph Tracy <strong>the</strong> first of :N'<strong>or</strong>wich. {See Nos. 46 and 38.)<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he d. 4 June, 1759.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were:<br />

815. Elisha, b. 10 Oct., 1751, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Nancy Hallam.f<br />

316. Joseph, b. 15 Aug., 1754, d. 16 Feb., 1756.<br />

317. Lydia, b. 28 Oct., 1742, at<br />

d. 3 April, 1780, unm.<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. She resided <strong>the</strong>re, and<br />

318. Anne, b. 15 Dec, 1746, and died <strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong>fancy.<br />

321. Hannah, b. 11 Sept., 1756, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Wm. Mansfield.-l-<br />

322. Mary, b. 18 June, 1759, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 14 July,<br />

1777, unm.<br />

ly. Benjam<strong>in</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (48), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 28<br />

April, 1717, <strong>the</strong> seventh and youngest son of Will'iam<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (6) and Anne Bushnell, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 1<br />

May, 1740, Abigail Lee (486), b. 10 Aug., 1722, at Lyme,<br />

<strong>the</strong> second daughter of his first cous<strong>in</strong>, Abigail L<strong>or</strong>d (71)<br />

and Col. Stephen Lee, of Lyme.<br />

[This Capt. Stephen Lee w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> fourth son of Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

Lee <strong>the</strong> first of Lyme by his second wife, Mary Be Wolf,<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> nephew of Jane Lee, who married <strong>the</strong> first<br />

Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong> first wife of Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

Lee <strong>the</strong> first of Lyme w<strong>as</strong> Sarah Kirtland of Saybrook<br />

by whom he had five children : 1. John, b. <strong>in</strong> 1670 who<br />

m. Elizabeth Smith of Lyme. 2. Mary, tw<strong>in</strong> of John, m.<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> L<strong>or</strong>d <strong>the</strong> first of Lyme. 3. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. <strong>in</strong> 1672<br />

m. Elizabeth Graham of Hartf<strong>or</strong>d. 4. Sarah, b. 1674'<br />

who m. Baniel Buck<strong>in</strong>gham of Saybrook. And 5. Phebe,<br />

b. 1676, m. Capt. Re<strong>in</strong>old Marv<strong>in</strong> of Lyme. JBy his<br />

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second wife, Mary De Wolf, he had n<strong>in</strong>e children : 6.<br />

Elizabeth, b. <strong>in</strong> 1681, who m. Samuel Peck of Ljmie.<br />

7. William, b. <strong>in</strong> 1684, who m. Mary Griil<strong>in</strong> of Long<br />

Island. 8. Stephen, b. <strong>in</strong> 1686, and d. <strong>in</strong> 1694. 9. Joseph,<br />

b. <strong>in</strong> May, 1688, and d. <strong>in</strong> 1705. 10, Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b.<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1690, and d. <strong>in</strong> 1692. 11. Benjam<strong>in</strong> 2d, b. '<strong>in</strong> 1692.<br />

12. Hannah, b. <strong>in</strong> 1695, m. John Griswold. 13. Stephen,<br />

b. <strong>in</strong> 1698. m. Abigail L<strong>or</strong>d. And 14. Lydia, b. <strong>in</strong> 1701.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir fa<strong>the</strong>r, Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee, d. 5 Dec, 1704, at Lyme.]<br />

Benjam<strong>in</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (48) w<strong>as</strong> a saddler, and settled at Lyme,<br />

where his wife died.<br />

His children hy her toere :<br />

323. Alexander, b. 6 Aug., 1744, at Lyme. He m. Mary Burnham<br />

and settled at Lyme, where he died s. p. He w<strong>as</strong> ahsent<br />

at sea some twenty years.<br />

324. William Rufus, bap. 2 Sept., 1750, at Lyme, m. Elizabeth<br />

Sterl<strong>in</strong>g.t<br />

325. Joseph, b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme.<br />

326. Lee, b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme.<br />

327. Amelia, b. 11 Dec, 1740, d. 6 Jan., 1742.<br />

328. Amelia 2d, b. 11 Oct., 1742, at Lyme, died <strong>the</strong>re at an advanced<br />

age unm.<br />

329. Elizabeth, b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme. She m. Nathan Avery of Canaan,<br />

and had several children. One of <strong>the</strong>ir sons w<strong>as</strong> Dr. Avery,<br />

a druggist, who f<strong>or</strong>merly resided at Albany.<br />

330. Phebe, b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme.<br />

331-8. Pamelia and seven o<strong>the</strong>rs, who died <strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong>fancy.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, he m. about 1753, <strong>the</strong><br />

widow Abigail Chadwick, daughter of Lewis De Wolf of<br />

Lyme. She died at Lyme.<br />

His child li/ her w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

339. Abigail, b- July, 1769, at Lyme, m. Samuel Carrier.t<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n married Elizabeth (M<strong>in</strong>er) L<strong>or</strong>d, widow of<br />

Elijah L<strong>or</strong>d, and daught^er of <strong>the</strong> Rev. William M<strong>in</strong>er of<br />

Lyme. He died at Lyme <strong>in</strong> 1781. She survived him,<br />

and died <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1803. [She w<strong>as</strong> a descendant of Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

M<strong>in</strong>er <strong>the</strong> first of Stoniugton, who came from Chew<br />

Magna <strong>in</strong> Somersetshire, about 1632, and m. 1634, Grace<br />

Palmer.]<br />

His children hi/ her were :<br />

340. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 1779, at Lyme, m. Lois Ellis.-I-<br />

341. Par<strong>the</strong>nia, b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme. She mai*ried Samuel Ouppy, and<br />

settled at Brookl<strong>in</strong>e, M<strong>as</strong>s., and died s. p.<br />

342. Anne, b. at Lyme, m. 1 John Simonds, 2 John Munsoii.f<br />

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rV. Anne <strong>Hyde</strong> (49), b<strong>or</strong>n at IST<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 5 Nov.,<br />

1697, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) and Anne<br />

Busl<strong>in</strong>ell, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong><br />

first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 18 Jan., 1716,<br />

John Waterman, b. 16 April, 1694, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> second<br />

son of Thom<strong>as</strong> "Waterman and Elizabeth Allen of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

{See No. 40.) <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he died.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children ivcre :<br />

343. John, b. 11 Oct., 1720, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Abigail Culverhouse.t<br />

344. William, b. 13 July, 1724, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. llebecca Giadw<strong>in</strong>.f<br />

345. Jedediah, b. 4 May, 1732, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 4 June, 1758, Sarah<br />

Cook of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

346. Darius, b. 17 March, 1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Barker.^<br />

347. Anne, b. 12 April, 1722, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died <strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong>fancy.<br />

348. Anne 2d, b. 21 June, 1727, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Harris.^<br />

349. Freelove, b. 4 Dec, 1729, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jona. Chester.f<br />

350. Phebe, b. at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her first cous<strong>in</strong>, Daniel Adgate (362),<br />

<strong>the</strong> third son of Hannah <strong>Hyde</strong> (51) and Ma<strong>the</strong>w Adgate<br />

<strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich, (^ee JVo. 362.)<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of her first husband, Mrs. Waterman<br />

m. Abial Marshall. {See No. 115). He d. 1 June, 1758<br />

and she d. 5 April, 1766.<br />

IV. Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (50), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 21<br />

Jan., 1700, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) and<br />

Anne Bushnell, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2)<br />

<strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 20 Oct.,<br />

1720, Dr. <strong>The</strong>ophilus Eogers, b. 4 Oct., 1699, at Lynn,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s., <strong>the</strong> second son of Capt. Ezekiel Rogers and <strong>the</strong><br />

widow Lois Bligh (ne Iv<strong>or</strong>y) of Lynn.<br />

[This Capt. Ezekiel Rogers is supposed to have been<br />

<strong>the</strong> fifth <strong>in</strong> descent from <strong>the</strong> Rev. John Rogers <strong>the</strong> martyr,<br />

who w<strong>as</strong> burned at Smithfield on <strong>the</strong> 4 Feb., 1555.<br />

It is <strong>well</strong> known that <strong>the</strong> martyr m. while <strong>in</strong> Antwerp,<br />

and had a large family of children, who, with <strong>the</strong>ir mo<strong>the</strong>r,<br />

were liv<strong>in</strong>g at <strong>the</strong> time he w^<strong>as</strong> martyred. Rut whe<strong>the</strong>r<br />

he had n<strong>in</strong>e <strong>or</strong> ten children h<strong>as</strong> been f<strong>or</strong> a long time a<br />

subject of dispute. One of his suppposed <strong>descendants</strong>, <strong>in</strong><br />

a communication to <strong>the</strong> New England Hist<strong>or</strong>ic-Genealogical<br />

society, h<strong>as</strong> shown, from <strong>the</strong> martyr's own<br />

declaration to <strong>the</strong> l<strong>or</strong>d chancell<strong>or</strong>, w^hen he w<strong>as</strong> condemned,<br />

that he had ten children. He said : " My l<strong>or</strong>d,<br />

I pray you to grant me one th<strong>in</strong>g ; that my po<strong>or</strong> wife.<br />

;<br />

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36<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

be<strong>in</strong>g a stranger, may come and speak with me so long<br />

<strong>as</strong> I live ; f<strong>or</strong> she hath ten children, which are hers and<br />

m<strong>in</strong>e, and somewhat would I counsel her what it were<br />

best f<strong>or</strong> her to do." {Sec 5 Gen. Register, 113.) Of<br />

<strong>the</strong>se ten children, <strong>the</strong> christian names of only two<br />

have been <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed by his supposed <strong>descendants</strong> <strong>in</strong> this<br />

country : Daniel, his eldest son, mentioned by Fox, <strong>the</strong><br />

martyrologist, and <strong>the</strong> Rev. Eichard Rogers, who w<strong>as</strong> f<strong>or</strong><br />

many years <strong>the</strong> m<strong>in</strong>ister of Wea<strong>the</strong>rsfield <strong>in</strong> England,<br />

and died <strong>the</strong>re, <strong>the</strong> fa<strong>the</strong>r of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Ezekiel Rogers<br />

who came to America, and died here without issue.<br />

Ano<strong>the</strong>r son of <strong>the</strong> martyr, whose christian name is<br />

unknown, is said to have married, and with his wife died<br />

<strong>in</strong> early life, leav<strong>in</strong>g a son, <strong>the</strong>n <strong>in</strong> his m<strong>in</strong><strong>or</strong>ity, afterwards<br />

<strong>the</strong> Rev. John Rogers, <strong>the</strong> m<strong>in</strong>ister of Dedham <strong>in</strong><br />

England, who died <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1636. His son N"athaniel,<br />

by his second wife, Elizabeth Gold, b<strong>or</strong>n about 1598, at<br />

Haverill <strong>in</strong> England, w<strong>as</strong> afterwards <strong>the</strong> m<strong>in</strong>ister of Ass<strong>in</strong>gton<br />

<strong>in</strong> Suffolk, England. He m. Margaret Crane,<br />

dau. of Robert Crane and Mary Sparhawk of Coggeshall<br />

<strong>in</strong> Essex, England. He came to America <strong>in</strong> 1636, aiid<br />

w<strong>as</strong> subsequently settled <strong>as</strong> m<strong>in</strong>ister at Ipswich, M<strong>as</strong>s.,<br />

and died <strong>the</strong>re 3 July, 1655. His children were : 1. <strong>The</strong><br />

Rev. John Rogers, who m. Elizabeth Denison of Ipswich,<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> president of Harvard college. 2. Nathaniel, who<br />

died a bachel<strong>or</strong>. 3. Samuel, who married Judith Appleton,<br />

and afterwards Sarah Wade, and w<strong>as</strong> town clerk of<br />

Ipswich. 4. Timothy, who w<strong>as</strong> a merchant of Boston.<br />

5. Ezekiel, who graduated at Harvard college <strong>in</strong> 1659,<br />

married Margaret Hubbard, widow of Thom<strong>as</strong> Scott of<br />

Ipswich, and w<strong>as</strong> fa<strong>the</strong>r of Capt. Ezekiel Rogers of Lynn,<br />

and of five o<strong>the</strong>r children. And 6. Margaret, who married<br />

<strong>the</strong> Rev. William Hubbard, m<strong>in</strong>ister of Ipswich,<br />

auth<strong>or</strong> of Indian Wars <strong>in</strong> New England, and who w<strong>as</strong><br />

temp<strong>or</strong>ary president of Harvard college <strong>in</strong> 1688. S<strong>in</strong>ce<br />

<strong>the</strong> above w<strong>as</strong> written, <strong>the</strong> researches of Joseph L. Chester,<br />

Esq., have rendered it very doubtful whe<strong>the</strong>r Rev.<br />

John Rogers of Dedham <strong>in</strong> England w<strong>as</strong> a descendant of<br />

John Rogers <strong>the</strong> martyr. See 17 Gen. Reg. 43.]"'<br />

Dr. <strong>The</strong>ophilus Rogers studied physic and surgery, and<br />

practiced f<strong>or</strong> a sh<strong>or</strong>t time <strong>in</strong> Boston, He went from <strong>the</strong>re<br />

to N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., <strong>in</strong> 1720, where he w<strong>as</strong> a dist<strong>in</strong>guished<br />

practitioner and an em<strong>in</strong>ent citizen. He died at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

29 Sept., 1753. She survived him, and died <strong>the</strong>re<br />

24 Nov., 1753.


<strong>The</strong>ir cMldrtn loere<br />

:<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY,<br />

351. Ezekiel, b. 2 Oct., 1723, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He d. 11 Nov., 1745, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, uum. He w<strong>as</strong> a physician of great promise.<br />

352. <strong>The</strong>ophilus, b. 4 Aug., 1731, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Penelope Jarvis.+<br />

353. Uriah, b. 3 July, 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lydia <strong>Hyde</strong>.t<br />

354. Zabdiel, b. 20 May, 1737, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Elizabeth Tracy,<br />

355.<br />

2 Elizabeth Snow.+<br />

John, b. 27 Nov., 1744, d. 1 Feb., 1745.<br />

356. Lois, b. 22 July, 1721, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Zebulon Lathrop.+<br />

357. Anne, b. 26 Aug., 1726, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Ph<strong>in</strong>eh<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(59), her mo<strong>the</strong>r's double first cous<strong>in</strong>. (^Sec No. 59.)<br />

358. Elizabeth, b. 17 April, 1729, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ezra Selden.f<br />

359. Lucretia, b. 4 May, 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1, her second cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Joseph Jewett (469) of Lyme, eldest sou of Deb<strong>or</strong>ah L<strong>or</strong>d<br />

(70) and Nathan Jewett; and 2, her mo<strong>the</strong>r's second cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Capt. Abner Lee of Lyme, (^'ee No. 469.)<br />

IV. Hannah <strong>Hyde</strong> (51), bom at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., <strong>in</strong><br />

Aug., 1704, tlie youngest daughter of "William Hjde (6)<br />

and Anne Busl<strong>in</strong>ell, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m.<br />

26 March, 1727, her mo<strong>the</strong>r's first cous<strong>in</strong>, Mat<strong>the</strong>w Adgate,<br />

h. 21 July, 1706, of IST<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> second son of<br />

Deacon Thom<strong>as</strong> Adgate <strong>the</strong> second of IST<strong>or</strong>wich by his<br />

wife, Ruth Brewster (who w<strong>as</strong> a daughter of Benjam<strong>in</strong><br />

Brewster and Anne Dart of N<strong>or</strong>wich), w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of Jonathan Brewster and Lucretia his wife,<br />

and a great granddaughter of Elder William Brewster of<br />

<strong>the</strong> Mayflower.<br />

[This Deacon Thom<strong>as</strong> Adgate, b. March, 1670, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> only son of Deacon Thom<strong>as</strong> Adgate <strong>the</strong><br />

first of N<strong>or</strong>wich by his l<strong>as</strong>t wife, Mary Marv<strong>in</strong>, widow of<br />

Richard Bushnell of Saybrook, and daughter of <strong>the</strong> first<br />

Mat<strong>the</strong>w Marv<strong>in</strong> of Hartf<strong>or</strong>d. See No. 6.]<br />

Mat<strong>the</strong>w Adgate and his wife settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

where she d. 28" May, 1766. He survived her, and m. 11<br />

A}>ril, 1773, <strong>the</strong> widow Abigail (Culverhouse) Waterman<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich, who w<strong>as</strong> b. <strong>in</strong> 1719, and m. John Waterman<br />

17 Feb., 1741, and d. 7 Aug., 1777. He survived his<br />

second wife, and d. 3 July, 1787.<br />

<strong>The</strong> children of Hannah <strong>Hyde</strong> and Mattliew Adgate were :<br />

360. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 17 Pec, 1727, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 26 June, 1750, u. m<br />

361. Andrew, b. 24 Jan., 1733, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 25 July, 1751,' u. m.<br />

362. Daniel, b. 7 March, 1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Phebe Waterman.<br />

363. Mat<strong>the</strong>w, b. 13 May, 1737, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Lucy Waterman<br />

2 Eunice Baldw<strong>in</strong>, 3 Jane Williams.<br />

+<br />

+<br />

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38<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

36-1. Elijah, b. 30 July, 1739, at N<strong>or</strong>wicli. He m. Abiah Perk<strong>in</strong>s,<br />

b. 1738, daughter of Jacob Perk<strong>in</strong>s, and d. 8 April, 1755.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y had one daughter, Fhehe, b. 1760, d. Aug., 1766. <strong>The</strong><br />

mo<strong>the</strong>r d. July, 1766.<br />

365. Jabez, b. 1 Nov., 1741, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 20 April, 1761, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich unm.<br />

366. William, b. 23 April, 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Eunice Waterman.f<br />

367. Lucy, b. 6 March, 1731, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joseph L<strong>or</strong>d.t<br />

IV. Thom<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (52), b<strong>or</strong>n at IST<strong>or</strong>wicli West Farms<br />

(now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 29 July, 1699, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (7) <strong>the</strong> first, and Mary Backus, of N'<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a o;randson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane<br />

Lee, of'N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 9 Nov., 1732, Elizabeth Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton,<br />

b. 14 Aug., 1716, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> second daughter<br />

of Capt. James Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton and Priscilla Miller of"N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

[This Capt. James Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> grandson of<br />

Deacon Simon Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, one of <strong>the</strong> 35 <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al propriet<strong>or</strong>s<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich ; which Deacon Simon w<strong>as</strong> son of<br />

Simon Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of N<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> England, who died on<br />

his p<strong>as</strong>sage to this country, and Margaret Barret; and<br />

his widow and children settled temp<strong>or</strong>arily at Roxbury <strong>in</strong><br />

1633, and his sons, Simon and Christopher, removed to<br />

Saybrook, and from <strong>the</strong>nce to N<strong>or</strong>wich.]<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (52) w<strong>as</strong> a farmer, and settled at, N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

West Farms, where his wife d. 6 Aug., 1759. He<br />

survived her, and d. 13 April, 1782.<br />

Tlieir cliildren iDcre<br />

:<br />

368. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 11 May, 1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ednah Burleigh.<br />

369. A^auiah, b. 17 Dec, 1750, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Kebecca Barker.+ '<br />

370. Jerusha, b. 14 June, 1737, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jonathan Eushnell.+<br />

371. Elizabeth, b. 19 Sept., 1739, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joshua Edgerton.t<br />

372. Priscilla, b. 5 March, 1742, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Eliphalet Barker.+<br />

373. Zerviah, b. 15 Nov., 1746, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Thom<strong>as</strong> Abel.f<br />

374. Mary, b. 2 Nov., 1754, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Nathan L<strong>or</strong>d.+<br />

375. Jane, b. 9 July, 1757, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 14 Sept., 1783, I<br />

Joseph Knight ; but I have not been able to <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong><br />

whe<strong>the</strong>r she did <strong>or</strong> did not have any children.<br />

IV. Capt. Jacob <strong>Hyde</strong> (53), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich West<br />

Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 20 Jan., 1703, <strong>the</strong> second<br />

son of Thom<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (7) <strong>the</strong> first, and Mary Backus, of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first,<br />

and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. H. m. 11 Oct., 1727, Hannah<br />

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HYDE GENEALOGY,<br />

K<strong>in</strong>gsbury, b. 13 March, 1709, at Haverill, M<strong>as</strong>s., eldest<br />

daughter of Deacon Joseph K<strong>in</strong>gsbury and Ruth Denison<br />

of iT<strong>or</strong>wieh.<br />

[This Deacon Joseph K<strong>in</strong>gsbury w<strong>as</strong> b. 22 June, 1682,<br />

at Haverill, M<strong>as</strong>s., and w<strong>as</strong> son of Joseph K<strong>in</strong>gsbury, b.<br />

1656, and Love Ayers of Haverill, and probably a great<br />

grandson of Henry K<strong>in</strong>gsbury of Rowley, M<strong>as</strong>s., b. about<br />

1615 <strong>in</strong> England, who removed to Haverill, and d. 1 Oct.,<br />

1687. Dea^con Joseph K<strong>in</strong>gsbury m. 5 Feb., 1706, at<br />

Haverill, Ruth Denison, b. about 1685 at Ipswich, daughter<br />

of John Denison of Ipswich. <strong>The</strong>y removed to I«J <strong>or</strong>wich<br />

about 1709, and had thirteen children, whose names<br />

appear on <strong>the</strong> IT<strong>or</strong>wich rec<strong>or</strong>ds ; <strong>the</strong> two first of whom<br />

were probably b<strong>or</strong>n at Haverill : 1. E])hraim, b. 4 Jan.,<br />

1707, who m. 3 July, 1728, Martha Smith, and d. 17 Nov.,<br />

1772. 2. Hannah, b. 13 March, 1709, m. Jacob <strong>Hyde</strong>.<br />

3. Love, b. 23 Feb., 1711, m. 2 Nov., 1732, Josiah Backus,<br />

and d. 29 Dec, 1778. 4. Ruth, b. 24 Feb., 1713, m.<br />

Joshua Edgerton. 5. Josei^h, b. 27 Feb., 1715. 6. Ehe,<br />

nezer, b. 11 Feb., 1717, m. Priscilla K<strong>in</strong>gsbur)\ 7. EleazeVj<br />

b. 7 Feb., 1719. 8. Eunice, b. 14 Oct., 1722, m. Jabez<br />

Backus. 9. Daniel, b. 14 Dec, 1724, m. 19 Jan., 1748,<br />

Abigail Barlow, and d. 7 Sept., 1760. 10. T<strong>as</strong>titha, b. 7<br />

Oct., 1726. 11 and 12. Irene and Grace (tw<strong>in</strong>s), b. 6<br />

March, 1729, both died young; <strong>the</strong> l<strong>as</strong>t, 15 Aug., 1729.<br />

And 13. Nathaniel, b. 7 Feb., 1731, m. 4 Sept., 1755, Sarah<br />

Hill. Deacon Joseph K<strong>in</strong>gsbury d. 1 Dec, 1757, at K<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

where his widow d. 6 May, 1779, aged 93 years.]<br />

Jacob <strong>Hyde</strong> w<strong>as</strong> a farmer, and settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich West<br />

Farms. His wife d. 16 March, 1770, at Benn<strong>in</strong>gton, Vt.,<br />

while on a visit to some of her children resid<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>re.<br />

He survived her, and d. 22 Jan., 1782.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children roere<br />

:<br />

376. Jacob, b. 1 Aug., 1730, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Hannah Hazen.+<br />

377. Epbraim, b. 23 April, 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Martha Gidd<strong>in</strong>gs.f<br />

378. Joseph, b. 1 June, 1736, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Abigail Abel, 2<br />

Julitta Abel.+<br />

379. Jonathan, b. 4 Jan., 1742, d.,22 Oct., 1743.<br />

380. Mary, b. 24 March, 1732, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Peabody Moseley.f<br />

381. Hannah, b. 8 May, 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Samuel Ladd.f<br />

382. Iluth, b. 26 Jan., 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ezekiel Ladd.f<br />

383. Silence, b. 13 April, 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joseph Ladd.f<br />

384. Rebecca, b. 11 Dec, 1745, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lebbeus Armstrong.-f-<br />

385. Phebe, b. 7 Oct., 1750, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She d. 28 Jan., 1771, at<br />

Benn<strong>in</strong>gton, Vt., unm.<br />

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40<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

rV. Abner <strong>Hyde</strong> (54), b<strong>or</strong>n at IST<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms<br />

(now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), 12 Sept., 1706, <strong>the</strong> third son of Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (.7) <strong>the</strong> first, and Mary Backus, of IST<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 16 Oct., 1729, Jerusha Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton (a<br />

sister of his bro<strong>the</strong>r Thom<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong>'s wife), b. 15- Jan.,<br />

1705, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Capt. James<br />

Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton and Priscilla Miller of IS^<strong>or</strong>wich, and granddaughter<br />

of Deacon Simon Hunt<strong>in</strong>o:ton and Sarah Clark<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. {See No. 1046.) <strong>The</strong>y settled at N'<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

West Farms, where she d. 10 Nov., 1733.<br />

His children hy her were<br />

386. Phebe, b. 28 Feb., 1782, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. John Barker.-}-<br />

387. Jerusha, b. 9 Nov., 1733, d. 19 Nov., 1733.<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n m. 28 Oct., 1734, Mehitable Smith, b. about<br />

1713, probably second daughter of Capt. Obadiah Smith<br />

and Martha Abel, and granddaughter of Edward Smith<br />

of New London and Elizabeth Bliss.<br />

[Martha Abel, b. 13 Feb., 1683, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, who m.<br />

8 Feb., 1700, Obadiah Smith, w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> second daughter of<br />

Joshua Abel <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich by his first wife, Mehitable<br />

Smith.]<br />

He d. 7 Dec, 1787, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>, where she d. 28 April,<br />

1792, aged 78.<br />

His children hy her were :<br />

388. Abner. b. 1 April, 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Temperance Willes.-^<br />

389. Asa, h. 21 May, 1742, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lucy llowland.-i-<br />

390. Samuel, b. 4 Jan., 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 15 March, 1763, unm.<br />

391. Nathaniel, b. 22 Oct., 1746, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> a physician,<br />

and resided at Frankl<strong>in</strong>, and died <strong>the</strong>re 1 Nov., 1832, unm.<br />

392- Elihu, b. 24 Sept., 1752, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Hannah Abel.f<br />

393. Isaac, b. 16 April, 1756, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sybil, Peck.t<br />

394. Mehitable, b. 15 July, 1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 25 Dec, 1817, at<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong> unm.<br />

395. Anne, b. 16 April, 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, and died <strong>the</strong>re 14 June,<br />

1764, unm.<br />

396. Ruth, b. 26 Jan., 1749, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ephraim Ormsby.+<br />

rV. Mary <strong>Hyde</strong> (55), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms<br />

(now FrankUn). Conn., 21 Feb., 1698, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter<br />

of Thom<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (7) <strong>the</strong> first, and Mary Backus, of "N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first,<br />

and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 14 Nov., 1716, John<br />

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HYDE GENEALOGY. 41<br />

Pember, bap. <strong>in</strong> 1696 at New London, son of Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

Pember and Agnes liis wife of New London. Oilk. N.<br />

(<br />

L., 355.) <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms. He d.<br />

20 Jan., 1782, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>, aged 86; where she d. IT<br />

April, 1783, aged 85. <strong>The</strong>y are buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> cemetery<br />

at Frankl<strong>in</strong>, near <strong>the</strong> church.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir cliildrcn were<br />

:<br />

397. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 15 Sept., 1717, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Abigail Hartsh<strong>or</strong>n.+<br />

398. John, b. 16 Oct., 1719, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Irene Wood.t<br />

399. Jacob, b. 1740, m. Lydia Hartsh<strong>or</strong>n. "l"<br />

399 a. Irene, b. 10 Dec, 1721, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Nathan Hartsh<strong>or</strong>n.<br />

3a9 b. Elijah of Staff<strong>or</strong>d, who m. 4 April, 1748, Hannah Cross,<br />

and had four children rec<strong>or</strong>ded <strong>the</strong>re : ffannaJi, Samuel,<br />

Zadock and Hulda. And,<br />

399c. Mary, who ni. 11 April, 1751, Thom<strong>as</strong> Howard of Stafi'<strong>or</strong>d,<br />

may also have been children of Mary <strong>Hyde</strong> and John Pember.<br />

IV. Phebe <strong>Hyde</strong> (56), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms<br />

(now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), 16 March, 1702, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (7) <strong>the</strong> tirst, and Mary Backus, of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 21 Aug., 1729, Maj<strong>or</strong><br />

John French, son of John French and Elizabeth, his wife,<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms, where<br />

he d. 28 March, 1755.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loere<br />

400. Andrew, b. 7 March, 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lydia Abel.t<br />

401. Jacob, b. 19 Nov., 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He married and had a<br />

family, of whom I have not <strong>the</strong> particulars.<br />

402. Phebe, b. 5 Oct., 1741, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ephraim K<strong>in</strong>gsbury.-I-<br />

IV. Jane <strong>Hyde</strong> (57), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms (now<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 4 Dec, 1704, <strong>the</strong> youngest daughter of<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (7) <strong>the</strong> first, and Mary Backus, of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 20 March, 1728, John<br />

Birchard, b. 12 April, 1704, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, third son of<br />

James Birchard and Elizabeth Beckwith of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

[^his James Birchard w<strong>as</strong> b. 16 July, 1665, and w<strong>as</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> second son of John Birchard, Esq., one of <strong>the</strong> <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al<br />

propriet<strong>or</strong>s of N<strong>or</strong>wich, b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> England (son of Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

Birchard and Mary his wife of Roxbury), by his wife,<br />

Christyan Andrews. John Birchard w<strong>as</strong> a man of note<br />

6


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iu tlie new settlement, and w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> iirst magistrate <strong>or</strong><br />

commissioner of <strong>the</strong> peace <strong>in</strong> IST<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> appo<strong>in</strong>ted<br />

guardian of <strong>the</strong> m<strong>in</strong><strong>or</strong> children of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong><br />

first, upon <strong>the</strong> death of <strong>the</strong> latter <strong>in</strong> 1677. He d. 11 ISTov.,<br />

1702, at Lebanon.<br />

John Birchard and Jane <strong>Hyde</strong> (57) his wife settled at<br />

N^<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 5 Dec., 1754, and w<strong>as</strong> buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

old Throop cemetery at Bozrah.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

403. Ezra, b. 11 Sept., 1731, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Martha Barret.f<br />

404. John, b. 30 Sept., 1733, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ann Barker.-l-<br />

405. Gideon, b. 23 May, 1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Eunice Abel.+<br />

406. Ph<strong>in</strong>eh<strong>as</strong>, b. 26 Sept., 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lydia Farnham.-}-<br />

407. Mat<strong>the</strong>w, b. 11 April, 1743, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 16 May,<br />

1774, Anne Pelton, at Bozrah.<br />

408. Jemima, b. 13 Feb., 1729, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jedediah Lathrop<br />

of Bozrah, whose first wife w<strong>as</strong> Abigail <strong>Hyde</strong> of Lebanon.<br />

(See No. 137.)<br />

409. Phebe, b. 25 Feb., 1737, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 29 May, 1760, Jacob<br />

W<strong>or</strong>th<strong>in</strong>gton at Bozrah, who d. 25 Sept., 1763. <strong>The</strong>y had<br />

one daughter, J/ary, b. 10 July, 1761.<br />

410. Jane, b. 28 Dec, 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

411. Lois, b. 15 Nov., 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joseph Chapman.f<br />

412. Elizabeth, b. 23 Nov., 1746, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She probably m.<br />

9 March, 1775, Benjam<strong>in</strong> C<strong>or</strong>n<strong>in</strong>g, at Bozrah.<br />

413. Lucy, b. 4 July, 1748, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She probably m. 27<br />

April, 1775, William Edgerton, b. 17 Jan., 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

youngest son of Joseph Edgerton and Elizabeth H<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>.<br />

After her death he m. 26 March, 1755, Mrs. Mary<br />

Barrol of IT<strong>or</strong>wich, who d. 25 Feb., 1774, atlT<strong>or</strong>wich. He<br />

<strong>the</strong>n m. 22 Sept., 1774, Mrs. Sarah <strong>Hyde</strong>, widow of Eleazer<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong>. {See No. 34.) She d. 1. Jan., 1777, at I^<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

rV. Jabez <strong>Hyde</strong> (58), b<strong>or</strong>n at I^<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms<br />

(now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 16 Sept., 1713, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of<br />

Jabez <strong>Hyde</strong> (8) <strong>the</strong> first, and Elizabeth Bushnell, of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Jane Lee, of K<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 8 Dec, 1736, Lydia Abel<br />

(587), b. 28 July, 1719, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of<br />

his second cous<strong>in</strong>, Benjam<strong>in</strong> Abel (96), and Lydia Hazen,<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms, where<br />

he w<strong>as</strong> a very extensive land holder. She d. 25 June,<br />

1803. He survived her, and lived to a very advanced age.<br />

He w<strong>as</strong> a magistrate of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and d. 6 March, 1805, at<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong>.


! 425.<br />

'<br />

I 426.<br />

i 426<br />

I<br />

, w<strong>as</strong><br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

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414. P]zekiel, b. 20 April, 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Rachel Tracy.f<br />

415. Jabez, b. 15 June, 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Martha Pettis.t<br />

416. Andrew, b. 2 Oct., 1748, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, ru. 1 Mary Tracy, 2<br />

Ednah Rogers (1496).+<br />

417. Solomon, b. about 1753, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Susan Rogers.t<br />

418. Joseph, b. about 1755, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Susannah Waterman.t<br />

419. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. about 1757, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong>.+<br />

420. Ambrose, b. 11 Juue, 1762, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Phebe <strong>Hyde</strong>.+<br />

421. Lydia, b. 6 Jan., 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. John Lathrop,<br />

b. 6 May, 1739, third son of William Lathrop and Mary<br />

Kelly. He d. 8 Oct., 1803; and she d. 15 July, 1822, at<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong>, s. p.<br />

422. Elizabeth, b. 9 July, 1746, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ph<strong>in</strong>eh<strong>as</strong> Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>.+<br />

423. Phebe, b. 31 Jan., 1750, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. John Gager.t<br />

424. Dice, b. 12 Nov., 1759, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Oliver Backus.^<br />

IV. Ph<strong>in</strong>eh<strong>as</strong>^<strong>Hyde</strong> (59), b<strong>or</strong>n at N'<strong>or</strong>wicli West Farms<br />

(now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 2 Feb., 1720, tlie second son of<br />

Jabez <strong>Hyde</strong> (8) <strong>the</strong> first, and Elizabeth Buslmell, of N"<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Jane Lee, of IST<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 5 April, 1744, Anne<br />

ETogers (357), b. 26 Aug., 1726, at l^<strong>or</strong>wicb, <strong>the</strong> second<br />

daughter of his double first cous<strong>in</strong>, Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (50)<br />

and'Dr. <strong>The</strong>ophilus Rogers of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), where she d. 22<br />

July, 1776. <strong>The</strong> date of his death h<strong>as</strong> not been <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

Ezekiel Rogers, b. 29 Oct., 1746, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. and<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a teacher, and removed to Utica, N. Y., and had a family.<br />

Ph<strong>in</strong>eh<strong>as</strong>, b. 15 Nov., 1749, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Es<strong>the</strong>r Holdridge.t<br />

a. Anne, b. 27 Nov., 1752, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, prob. died <strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong>fancy.<br />

427. Elizabeth, b. 11 April, 1755, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 1, Azel Lathrop<br />

of Frankl<strong>in</strong>, and had five sons : Daniel ; Azel, who<br />

m. Amphila Buel {See No. 2725); David; Er<strong>as</strong>tus, who<br />

<strong>the</strong> fa<strong>the</strong>r of John Lathrop of Jacksonville, 111. ; and<br />

H<strong>or</strong>ace. She m. 2, Ezra Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and died<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1835 at Ashf<strong>or</strong>d.<br />

428. Carol<strong>in</strong>e, b. 1757 at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Sims, 2 Ambrose<br />

Cushman.+<br />

IV. Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (61), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms<br />

(now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 9 July, 1711, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter<br />

of Jabez <strong>Hyde</strong> (8) <strong>the</strong> first, and Elizabeth Bushnell, of


44<br />

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N<strong>or</strong>wicla, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong><br />

first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 29 Dec., 1735,<br />

Deacon Simon Tracy, b. 7 Nov., 1710, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong><br />

second son of Simon Tracy and Mary Leif<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> of N<strong>or</strong>wich."<br />

[This Simon Tracy w<strong>as</strong> b. 8 Jan., 1680, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, and<br />

d. 14 Sept., 1775, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> 96 year of his age. He w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

son of Dr. Solomon Tracy of N<strong>or</strong>wich (who removed to<br />

Canterbury <strong>in</strong> 1690), by his first wife, Sarah Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton,<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> grandson of Lieut. Thom<strong>as</strong> Tracy, one of <strong>the</strong><br />

<strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al propriet<strong>or</strong>s of N<strong>or</strong>wich. See No. 38, and A])-<br />

pejidix, J5.]<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 28 Aug., 1741.<br />

His children hy licr toere :<br />

429. Jabez, b. 26 March, 1740, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Zip<strong>or</strong>ah Hebbard,<br />

2 Hannah Edgerton.t<br />

430. Elizabeth, b. Sept., 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died unm.<br />

431. Mary, b. 19 Aug., 1741, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jonathan Rudd.f<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, he m. 23 Feb., 1744,<br />

Abigail Bushnell, b. 22 Oct., 1718, daughter of Dr. Caleb<br />

Bushnell and Anne Lefl<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He had by<br />

her (who d. 6 July, 1774), a son, b. 18 March, 1749, Muhdat<strong>or</strong><br />

Tracy <strong>the</strong> second, and o<strong>the</strong>r children, and died at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, 9 Aug., 1793, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> 83 year of his age<br />

rV. Abigail <strong>Hyde</strong> (62), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms<br />

(now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 17 Nov., 1715, <strong>the</strong> second daughter<br />

of Jabez <strong>Hyde</strong> (8) <strong>the</strong> first, and Elizabeth Bushnell, of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong><br />

first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 7 Sept., 1742,<br />

Jonathan Barstow, her second cous<strong>in</strong>, b. 26 Dec, 1712,<br />

son of Rebecca Bushnell and Job Barstow of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

and grandson of John Barstow and Lydia Hatch of Scituate.<br />

" <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms, where he<br />

probably died previous to 1750, She d. 11 Oct., 1804,<br />

aged about 89.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children icere<br />

:<br />

432. Jonathan, b. 17 April, 1745, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 28 Nov., 1746.<br />

433. Abigail, b. 19 June, 1743, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ebenezer Hartsh<strong>or</strong>n.H-<br />

434. Elizabeth, b. 29 July, 1747, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jonathan Peck.f<br />

IV. Richard L<strong>or</strong>d, Esq. (63), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn.,<br />

about 1690, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Lieut. Richard L<strong>or</strong>d <strong>the</strong> first


[<br />

j of<br />

' of<br />

; Aug.,<br />

I 86<br />

{ lower<br />

: 435.<br />

: 486.<br />

: 437.<br />

i 438.<br />

i 439.<br />

i 440.<br />

; 441.<br />

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of Lyme, and Elizabetli <strong>Hyde</strong> (9), w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of<br />

Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

He m. 11 July, 1720, Elizabeth Lynde, b. 2 Dec., 1694,<br />

daughter of ISTathauiel Lynde and Susanna Willoughby<br />

of Saybrook.<br />

[Nathaniel Lynde, b. 22 Nov., 1659, who m. 1688, Susannah<br />

Willoughby, b. 19 Aug., 1664, daughter of Dep.<br />

Gov. Francis Willoughby of Charlestown, w<strong>as</strong> a son of<br />

Simon Lynde of Boston, and Hannah Newgate. (See 3<br />

Sav., 136.']<br />

He w<strong>as</strong> a wealthy land holder, and an <strong>in</strong>fluential citizen<br />

Lyme, w<strong>as</strong> a commissioner of <strong>the</strong> peace, and a judge<br />

<strong>the</strong> qu<strong>or</strong>um f<strong>or</strong> <strong>the</strong> county. He died at Lyme 20<br />

1776, aged 86. His wife d. 22 June, 1778, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

year of her age. Both of <strong>the</strong>m are buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

cemetery at old Lyme.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children tvere<br />

:<br />

Richard, b. 17 April, 1722, at Lyme, d. 3 Sept., 1742.<br />

Eaocli, b. 15 Dec., 1725, at Lyme, m. Hepzibab Marv<strong>in</strong>.f<br />

Lynde, b. 2 Feb., 1733, at Lyme, m. Lois Sheldon.f<br />

Susannah, b. 16 Jan., 1724, at Lyme, m. Elijah Lathrop.f<br />

Elizabeth, b. 14 Nov., 1627, at Lyme, d. 23 April, 1731.<br />

Anne, b. 22 Dec, 1729, at Lyme, m. John MeCurdy.-l-<br />

Elizabeth 2d, b. 9 Nov., 1735, at Lyme, m. Jared Elliot.f<br />

!<br />

i<br />

IV. John L<strong>or</strong>d (64), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn., about 1700,<br />

<strong>the</strong> second son of Lieut, Richard L<strong>or</strong>d of Lyme and<br />

Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (9), w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2)<br />

<strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. His fa<strong>the</strong>r gave him<br />

800 acres of land on <strong>the</strong> Eight Mile river at <strong>the</strong> valley, <strong>in</strong><br />

N<strong>or</strong>th Lyme, where he settfed and died. He m. 12 Nov.,<br />

1734, Hannah Rogers, daughter of Lieut. Joseph Rogers<br />

and Sarah his wife of Milf<strong>or</strong>d. She d. 25 Dec, 1762,<br />

aged 50; and he d. 7 Jan., 1776, aged 72. Both are<br />

buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> old cemetery at N<strong>or</strong>th Lyme, near Deacon<br />

William Marv<strong>in</strong>'s.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were : .<br />

'442. John, b. 19 May, 1740, at Lyme, m. Sarah Way.f<br />

1443. Anne, b. 4 April, 1736, at Lyme, m. Zebulun Butler.f<br />

444. Sarah, b. 19 Jan., 1738, at Lyme.<br />

445. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. <strong>in</strong> 1742, at Lyme, d. 25 March, 1744.<br />

446. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah 2d, b. <strong>in</strong> 1745, at Lyme, d. 14 Jan., 1747.<br />

1 447. Lucy, b. 24 April, 1749, at Lyme.<br />

Ei<strong>the</strong>r Sarah <strong>or</strong> Lucy m. K<strong>in</strong>g, and is supposed to have<br />

been <strong>the</strong> ancestress of Thom<strong>as</strong> Butler K<strong>in</strong>g of Ge<strong>or</strong>gia, M. C.


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After <strong>the</strong> death, of his first wife, John L<strong>or</strong>d married a<br />

second wife by <strong>the</strong> name of Sarah, who survived him,<br />

and d. 1 May, 1789, at K<strong>or</strong>th Lyme, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> 74 year of her<br />

age, and w<strong>as</strong> buried by <strong>the</strong> side of her husband and his<br />

first wife. He had by her two sons : 1, Samuel, and 2,<br />

AndreiD Palmes, b. 6 May, 1755, prob. died <strong>in</strong> childhood.<br />

IV. Elizabeth L<strong>or</strong>d (65), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn., 28 Oct.,<br />

1683, ekiest daughter of Lieut. Richard L<strong>or</strong>d and Elizabeth<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (9) of Lyme, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m.<br />

about 1700, Isaac AVatrous, b. 29 Jan., 1680, eldest son of<br />

Isaac "Watrous and Sarah Pratt of 'Lyme [see No. 2224),<br />

and grandson of Jacob Waterhouse <strong>the</strong> first of IS'ew Loudon.<br />

She died between 1700 and 1708 at Lyme.<br />

His child hy her w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

448. Isaac, b. 31 Oct., 1701, at Lyme. He probably married and<br />

had a daughter, Lydia^ b. <strong>in</strong> 1724, who d. 5 June, 1731. I<br />

have no fur<strong>the</strong>r <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to him, <strong>or</strong> his <strong>descendants</strong>, if<br />

he had any o<strong>the</strong>r child.<br />

Isaac Watrous, after <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, Elizabeth<br />

L<strong>or</strong>d, m. 1708, Elizabeth Bronson, b. 12 Aug., 1682,<br />

daughter of Abraham Bronson and Anna Griswold of<br />

Lyme ; and had l)y her three sons and five daughters<br />

1. Elizabeth, b. 1708. 2. Rebecca, b. 1710. 3. Temperance,<br />

b. 1714, d. 1742, unm. 4. Andrew, b. 1717. 5.<br />

James, b. 1719. 6. Richard, b. 1721. 7. Anne, b. 1723,<br />

And 8. Hannah, b. 1725. Andrew w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> ancest<strong>or</strong> of<br />

Andrew AVatrous of Saratoga Spr<strong>in</strong>gs. Hannah m. Jeremiah<br />

Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, and w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> grandmo<strong>the</strong>r of Dr. Samuel<br />

Freeman of Saratoga Spr<strong>in</strong>gs.<br />

IV. Phebe L<strong>or</strong>d (66), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn., about 1686,<br />

<strong>the</strong> second daughter of Lieut. Richard L<strong>or</strong>d and Elizabeth<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (9) of Lyme, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. <strong>in</strong> 1705,<br />

Joseph Sill, b. 6 Jan., 1679, at Lyme, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of<br />

Capt. Joseph Sill <strong>the</strong> first of Lyme, by his second wife,<br />

Mrs. Sarah Marv<strong>in</strong>, widow of Lieut. Reynold Marv<strong>in</strong> of<br />

Lyme, b. about 1634, who w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> only son of <strong>the</strong> first<br />

Re<strong>in</strong>old Marv<strong>in</strong> of Lyme, who w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> England.<br />

[This Capt. Joseph Sill <strong>the</strong> first of Lyme w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong><br />

England about 1636. He came from England to Cam-<br />

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bridge, M<strong>as</strong>s., with his fa<strong>the</strong>r, John Sill, previous to 1638<br />

which John Sill w<strong>as</strong> made a freeman <strong>in</strong> 1638. Capt.<br />

Joseph Sill w<strong>as</strong> probably <strong>the</strong> only son of John Sill who<br />

came to this country ; but had a sister, Elizabeth Sill, b.<br />

about 1635, who m. 28 Oct., 1652, Zacharrah Hicks of<br />

Cambridge, M<strong>as</strong>s. He m. 5 Dec, 1660, f<strong>or</strong> his first wife<br />

Jemima Belcher, b. 5 April, 1642, daughter of Andrew<br />

Belcher and Elizabeth Danf<strong>or</strong>th, and settled at Cambridge,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s., where she died between 1671 and 1675. He had<br />

by her four sons and two daughters, most of whom died<br />

young; none of which sons probably left any <strong>descendants</strong>.<br />

In 1676 he removed to Lyme, where he m. 12 Feb.,<br />

1678, his second wife* Mrs. Sarah Marv<strong>in</strong>, b. 1641, daughter<br />

of Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Clark of Milf<strong>or</strong>d. He had by her two sons<br />

Joseph Sill and Zachariah Sill;<br />

<strong>the</strong> 60 year of his age.]<br />

and d. 6 Aug., 1696, <strong>in</strong><br />

Joseph Sill and Phebe L<strong>or</strong>d {66) his wife settled at<br />

Lyme, where he d. 10 Nov., 1765 ; she d. 4 Jan., 1772, aged<br />

85 years. <strong>The</strong>y were both buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> lower cemetery,<br />

at old Lyme.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children 10ere :<br />

449. John, b. 14 Feb., 1710, at Lyme, m. 1 Phebe Fi<strong>the</strong>n, 2 Hepzebah<br />

Lee, 3 widow Lucy Peck.f<br />

450. Joseph, b. 25 April, 1715, at Lyme, m. 1 Ruth Matson, 2<br />

451.<br />

Azubah Lee.+<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 25 Aug., 1717, at Lyme, m. Jemima Dudley.-l-<br />

452.<br />

453.<br />

Jabez, \^ , »,,„ 1799 „+ t ^ ( ^^i-<br />

Richard, |<br />

Elizabeth Noyes.f<br />

^- '^ ^^S"' 1^22, at Lyme,<br />

| ^^ ^ipp<strong>or</strong>ah A/ers.-l-<br />

454. Elijah, b. 6 Nov., 1724, at Lyme, m. D<strong>or</strong>c<strong>as</strong> Bennett.-l-<br />

455. Elisha, b. 6 April, 1730, at Lyme, m. Mary Heaton.+<br />

456. Lucy, b. iu Feb., 1706, at Lyme, d. 26 Jan., 1716.<br />

457. Elizabeth, b. 20 Nov., 1708, at Lyme, m. Robert Hubbard.<br />

458. Phebe, b. 10 Feb., 1713, at Lyme, m. John Murdock.-i"<br />

450. Lucy 2d, b. 1 Dec, 1719, at Lyme, m. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Niles.+<br />

4(]0. Sarah, b. 2 Jan., 1728, at Lyme, m. Nehemiah Hubbard.f<br />

rV. Jane L<strong>or</strong>d (67), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme about 1688, <strong>the</strong> third<br />

(laughter of Lieut. Richard L<strong>or</strong>d and Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (9)<br />

ef Lyme, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong><br />

iirst, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Samuel -Ely,<br />

<strong>the</strong> eldest son of Richard Ely of Saybrook, whose wife<br />

w<strong>as</strong> Mary Marv<strong>in</strong>, b. 1666, eldest daughter of Lieut<br />

Ivc<strong>in</strong>old Marv<strong>in</strong> aud Sarah Clark his wife of Lyme.<br />

[This Richard Ely w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n at Plymouth <strong>in</strong> England,<br />

and ca^me to this country with his fa<strong>the</strong>r, Richard Ely <strong>the</strong><br />

+<br />

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first of Lyme, about 1660. Richard Ely <strong>the</strong> first had<br />

ano<strong>the</strong>r son (older than Richard), William Ely, b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong><br />

England, who w<strong>as</strong> <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> West Indies at <strong>the</strong> time his<br />

fii<strong>the</strong>r and bro<strong>the</strong>r came to this country. Richard Ely <strong>the</strong><br />

first w<strong>as</strong> a widower when he came to Boston, and he<br />

afterwards married Elizabeth, <strong>the</strong> widow of John Cullick,<br />

and sister of Col. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Fenwick She owned <strong>the</strong><br />

Great Meadow. <strong>The</strong>re w<strong>as</strong> an <strong>in</strong>cumbrance of X400<br />

on this property, which <strong>in</strong>cumbrance her l<strong>as</strong>t husband<br />

paid, and <strong>the</strong> property w<strong>as</strong> settled upon him. His eldest<br />

son, William Ely, afterwards came to Lyme and m.<br />

Elizabeth Smith, and had by her two daughters : Anne<br />

and Elizabeth. He married aga<strong>in</strong>, and had eight children<br />

: Richard, Daniel, William, Joseph, Elizabeth, Mary,<br />

Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, and Joanna; seven of whom married, and three<br />

of <strong>the</strong> sous had very large families. Richard, his bro<strong>the</strong>r,<br />

had but two sons: Samuel, who m. Jane L<strong>or</strong>d; and<br />

Richard, who m. first, Elizabeth Peck, and had by her<br />

four children ; and second, Phebe Hubbard, and had by<br />

her n<strong>in</strong>e children.]<br />

Samuel Ely and Jane L<strong>or</strong>d settled at Saybrook, where<br />

<strong>the</strong>y died ; but I have not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed <strong>the</strong> dates of <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

deaths.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children %oere<br />

461. Samuel, b. at Saybrook, m. Hannah Marsb.f<br />

462. Elizabeth, b. at Saybrook, m. Elisha Sheldon.f<br />

:<br />

IV. Mary L<strong>or</strong>d (68), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn., about 1692,<br />

<strong>the</strong> fourth daughter of Lieut. Richard L<strong>or</strong>d and Elizabeth<br />

Hj^de (9) of Lyme, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of IsT<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 20 Sept.,<br />

1716, Peter Pearson of Lyme (whose first wife w<strong>as</strong> Lydia,<br />

and who d. 28 Feb., 1716, and by whom he had three<br />

children, to wit: Phebe, b. 2 March, 1709; Samuel, b. 1<br />

ifov., 1712 ; and Lydia, b. 26 March, 1714). He w<strong>as</strong> b.<br />

17 June, 1686, and w<strong>as</strong> son of Samuel Pearson of Newbury<br />

and his second wife, D<strong>or</strong>c<strong>as</strong> Johnson, and grandson<br />

of John Pearson and D<strong>or</strong>c<strong>as</strong> his wife of Rowley, who, <strong>in</strong><br />

1643, set up <strong>the</strong> first full<strong>in</strong>g mill <strong>in</strong> America.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y cont<strong>in</strong>ued to reside at Lyme. B}^ his second wife,<br />

Mary L<strong>or</strong>d (68), who died at Lyme 25 April, 1747,<br />

His children were<br />

.<br />

463. Richard, b. 9 Dec, 1717, at Lyme, m. Mary Ann Ely.f<br />

464. Peter, b. 29 March, 1724, at Lyme.<br />

465. Hepzibah, b. 1 May, 1719, at Lyme, m. Elijah Peck.f


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4GG. Tabitha, b. 6 May, 1721, at Lyme. She m. 16 May, 1739,<br />

Jedediah Peck, b. 1 June, 1717, at Lyme, fifth son of<br />

Samuel Peck of Lyme by his first wife, Elizabeth Lee. (See<br />

No. 465.) I have no particulars of <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong> of Tabitha<br />

Pearson and Jedediah Peek.<br />

467. Mary, b. 22 Aug., 1726, at Lyme, m. Kichard Ely.-l-<br />

468. Irene, b. 24 May, 1732, at Lyme, m. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Ma<strong>the</strong>r.f<br />

After tlie death of liis second wife, Peter Pearson m. <strong>in</strong><br />

Jan., 1736, Martha Peck, f<strong>or</strong>merly <strong>the</strong> widow Martha<br />

Barber of Kill<strong>in</strong>g-w<strong>or</strong>th, but at <strong>the</strong> time of this marriage<br />

<strong>the</strong> widow of Samuel Peck of Lyme. Peter Pearson d.<br />

20 Oct., 1750, at Lyme, aged 64. His l<strong>as</strong>t wife d. 27 Jan.,<br />

1770.<br />

IV. Lydia L<strong>or</strong>d (69), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn., about 1694,<br />

fiftli daughter of Lieut. Richard L<strong>or</strong>d and Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(9) w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) and Jane Lee<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 6 Dec, 1720, John Reynolds, b., 21<br />

Feb., 1691, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, son of Joseph Reynolds and<br />

Sarah Edgerton, and grandson of John Reynolds <strong>the</strong> first<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he d. 16<br />

Nov., 1742 ; and she d. 16 July, 1786.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

468 a. John, b. 18 April, 1730, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

468 h. Joseph, b. 22 May, 1732, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Phebe Lee.+<br />

468 c. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 14 Oct., 1721, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

468 d. Anne, b. 28 Oct., 1723, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Capt. Thom<strong>as</strong> Fann<strong>in</strong>g,<br />

b. about 1724. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she<br />

d. 22 Dec, 1771 ; and he d. 7 Sept., 1790.<br />

468 e. Sarah, b. 21 Nov., 1725, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 11 Nov., 1744,<br />

Jeremiah Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, and d. 5 July, 1747; and had one<br />

child, Asa, b. 28 Sept., 1745, d. 28 Oct., 1746. He <strong>the</strong>n<br />

m. Hannah Watrous. (See No. 65.)<br />

468/ Ruth, b. 27 Jan., 1728, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

468


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HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

She m. 23 Dec, 1729, at Lyme, Capt. Kithan Jewett, b.<br />

9 Sept., 1706, at Eowley, M<strong>as</strong>s., <strong>the</strong> second sou of Joseph<br />

Jewett and Mary Hibbert of Rowley,<br />

[This Joseph Jewett w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Joseph Jewett<br />

<strong>the</strong> first of America, who came from Rowley <strong>in</strong> Y<strong>or</strong>kshire,<br />

England, <strong>in</strong> 1638 (<strong>in</strong> company with his uncles,<br />

Joseph Jewett .and Maximilian Jewett of Rowley), and<br />

settled at Rowley, M<strong>as</strong>s., where he, f<strong>or</strong> his second wife, m.<br />

23 May, 1663, Anne Allen, widow of Bezoan Allen of<br />

Boston. She w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> mo<strong>the</strong>r of Joseph Jewett, b. 1656,<br />

at Rowley.]<br />

Capt. Nathan Jewett came to Lyme about <strong>the</strong> time of<br />

his marriage. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>th Lyme, where he d.<br />

10 Feb., 1762, aged 55. She sur\aved him, and died <strong>the</strong>re<br />

19 Nov., 1777. And <strong>the</strong>y were both buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> old<br />

cemetery at N<strong>or</strong>th Lyme, near Deacon WiUiam Marv<strong>in</strong>'s.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

469. Joseph, b. 13 Dec, 1732, at Lyme, m. Lucretia Rogers.t<br />

470. Nathan, b. 20 Sept., 1734, at Lyme, m. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Griswold.f<br />

471. David, b. 27 Oct., 1736, at Lyme, m. Sarah Selden.f<br />

472. Gibbons, b. 1 Nov., 1738, at Lyme, m. 1 Hannah Ayers, 2<br />

Rhoda <strong>Hyde</strong>.-l-<br />

473. Hibbert, b. 11 May, 1741, at Lyme. He lived at N<strong>or</strong>th<br />

Lyme, and died at an advanced age unm.<br />

474. Lucy, b. 14 Jan., 1731, at Lyme, m. Joshua Raymond.t<br />

475. Mary, b. 15 April, 1743, at Lyme, m. Paul Moody.t<br />

IV. Abigail L<strong>or</strong>d (71), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn., about<br />

1700, <strong>the</strong> youngest daugliter of Lieut. Richard L<strong>or</strong>d and<br />

Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (9) of Lyme, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of<br />

Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

She m. 24 Dec, 1719, her mo<strong>the</strong>r's first cous<strong>in</strong>. Col. Stephen<br />

Lee, b. 19 Jan., 1698, at Lyme, <strong>the</strong> fourth son of<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee <strong>the</strong> first of Lyme {see No. 2), by his second<br />

wife, Mary De "Wolf.<br />

[This Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee, who w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> England, w<strong>as</strong> one<br />

of <strong>the</strong> first settlers <strong>in</strong> Lyme, and had large possessions<br />

<strong>the</strong>re. Ilis first wife w<strong>as</strong> Sarah Kirtland of Saybrook, by<br />

whom he had five children : John, b. 21 Sept., 1670, who ni.<br />

8 Feb., 1693, Elizabeth Smith of Lyme ; Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 1672,<br />

who m. Elizabeth Graham of Hartf<strong>or</strong>d ; 3Iary, tw<strong>in</strong> ofJohn,<br />

m. Thom<strong>as</strong> L<strong>or</strong>d of Lyme ; Sarah, who m. Daniel Buck<strong>in</strong>gham<br />

of Saybrook ; and Phebe, b. <strong>in</strong> 1677, who w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

first wife of Lyme's capta<strong>in</strong>. Deacon Re<strong>in</strong>old Marv<strong>in</strong>. His<br />

second w^ife w<strong>as</strong> Mary De Wolf of Lyme, by whom he


HYDE GENEALOGY. 5J<br />

had n<strong>in</strong>e children : Elizabeth, b. <strong>in</strong> 1681, who m. Samuel<br />

Peck of Lyme ; William, b. <strong>in</strong> 1684, who m. Mary Griff<strong>in</strong><br />

of Long Island; Stephen, b. <strong>in</strong> 1686, who d. <strong>in</strong> 1694; Joseph,<br />

b. <strong>in</strong> 1688, who died at <strong>the</strong> age of 16 years ; Benjam<strong>in</strong>^<br />

b. <strong>in</strong> 1690, and d. <strong>in</strong> 1692; Benjam<strong>in</strong> 2d, b. <strong>in</strong> 1692; Hannah,<br />

b. <strong>in</strong> 1695, who m. John Griswold (73) ; Stephen 2d,<br />

b. <strong>in</strong> 1698, who m. Abigail L<strong>or</strong>d ; (71) and Lydia, b. <strong>in</strong><br />

1701, who died unm. at Lyme. And this Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee,<br />

who, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> rec<strong>or</strong>d, is called<br />

Dec, 1704, at Lyme.]<br />

"Ensign Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee," d. 5<br />

Col. Stephen Lee w<strong>as</strong> a justice of <strong>the</strong> peace and colonel<br />

of militia.<br />

May, 1783.<br />

His wife d. 19 Sept., 1742 ; and ho d. 21,<br />

Tlieir children were<br />

:<br />

476. Stephen, b. 4 May, 1724, at Lyme, m. Mehitable Marv<strong>in</strong>.<br />

477. Joseph, b. 2 Sept., 1720, at Lyme, d. 10 Feb., 1737.<br />

478. Frederick, b. 14 Nov., 1728, at Lyme. I have no fur<strong>the</strong>r<br />

account of him.<br />

479. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 12 Dec, 1730, at Lyme. I have no fur<strong>the</strong>r<br />

480.<br />

account of him.<br />

Daniel, b. 9 Sept., 1732, at Lyme.<br />

of him.<br />

I have no fur<strong>the</strong>r account<br />

481. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 26 Aug., 1734, at<br />

2 Mehitable Peck.+<br />

Lyme, m. 1 Elizabeth Gilbert,<br />

483. Joseph 2d, b. 23 May, 1738, at Lyme. I have no fur<strong>the</strong>r<br />

484.<br />

account of him.<br />

Sil<strong>as</strong>, b. 20 April, 1740, d. 27 April, 1741.<br />

485. Hannah, b. 21 Sept., 1720, at Lyme, m. John Lay.f<br />

486. Abigail, b. 10 Aug., 1722, at Lyme, m. 1 May, 1740, her<br />

mo<strong>the</strong>r's first cous<strong>in</strong>, Benjam<strong>in</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (48) <strong>the</strong> youngest, son<br />

of WiUiam <strong>Hyde</strong>, JEsq. (6), and Anne Bushnell of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

(See No. 48.)<br />

487. Jane, b. 26 Aug., 1734, at Lyme, m. Nathan Latimer.-I"<br />

488. Elizabeth, b. 18 Aug., 1736, at Lyme, m. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Griswold<br />

(501), son of Rev. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Griswold (74) by his first wife,<br />

Hannah Lynde. (See No. 501.)<br />

489. Lydia, b. 20 April, 1740, d. 6 March, 1742.<br />

Col. Stephen Lee lived at New London <strong>in</strong> 1756, and<br />

had <strong>the</strong>re m. <strong>the</strong> widow Mary Picket. (Calk. N. L., 470.)<br />

rV. John Griswold (73), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn., 22 Dec,<br />

1690, <strong>the</strong> second son of Ma<strong>the</strong>w Griswold and Phebe<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (10) of Lyme, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2)<br />

<strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of IsT<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 23 June,<br />

1713, his mo<strong>the</strong>r's first cous<strong>in</strong>, and his step-sister, Hannah<br />

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Lee, b. 26 Feb., 1695, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of Ensign<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee <strong>the</strong> first of Lyme, by his second wife, Mary<br />

De Wolf. {See No. 71.) <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lyme, where he<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a justice of <strong>the</strong> peace. He d. 29 [Sept., 1764, at Lyme<br />

and she d. 11 May, 1773.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

490. Mat<strong>the</strong>w, b. 25 March, 1714, at Lyme, m. Ursula Wolcott.+<br />

491. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 15 Feb., 1719, at Lyme, m. Susau Lynde.+<br />

492. John. b. 15 May, 1739, d. 4 Jan., 1742.<br />

493. Phebe, b. 22 April, 1716, at Lyme, m. Jonathan Parsons.f<br />

494; Hannah, b. 10 Jan., 1724, at Lyme, m. Benajah ]>u,shuell.+<br />

495. Lucy, b. 6 July, 1726, at Lyme, m. Elijah Backus.<br />

496. Sarah, b. 2 Dec, 1728, at Lyme, m. William Hillhouse.t<br />

497. Clar<strong>in</strong>a, b. 30 May, 1731, d. 9 April, 1732.<br />

498. Clar<strong>in</strong>a 2d, b. 9 Feb., 1733, at Lyme, m. Nathan Elliot.f<br />

499. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 1 March, 1735, at Lyme, m. her second cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Capt. Nathan Jewett (470), second son of Nathan Jewett<br />

and Deb<strong>or</strong>ah L<strong>or</strong>d (70). {See iVo. 470.)<br />

500. Lydia, b. June, 1742, at Lyme, m. Samuel Loudon. But I<br />

have no fur<strong>the</strong>r <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation respect<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>m.<br />

IV. Rev. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Griswold (74), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn.,<br />

13 Aug., 1692, <strong>the</strong> third son of Mat<strong>the</strong>w Griswold and<br />

Phebe <strong>Hyde</strong> (10) of Lyme, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of JS'<strong>or</strong>wich. He graduated<br />

at Yale <strong>in</strong> 1717. He studied div<strong>in</strong>ity, and <strong>in</strong> 1725<br />

w<strong>as</strong> settled <strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> first m<strong>in</strong>ister of <strong>the</strong> new Congrega-<br />

tional church, which w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong>n f<strong>or</strong>med <strong>in</strong> what is now<br />

E<strong>as</strong>t Lyme ; afterwards called <strong>The</strong> Old Synagogue. He<br />

cont<strong>in</strong>ued to discharge <strong>the</strong> p<strong>as</strong>t<strong>or</strong>al duties of m<strong>in</strong>ister of<br />

that church with great fidelity until his death ; a period<br />

of thirty-six years. He m. 22 June, 1725, Hannah Lynde<br />

of Saybrook, who died previous to 1736.<br />

His children hi/ her icere:<br />

501. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, b. 19 Sept., 1726, at Lyme, m. Elizabeth Lee.-t-<br />

502. Sylvanus, b. 3 Feb., 1733, at Lyme, m. Elizabeth Marv<strong>in</strong>.f<br />

503. Elizabeth, b. 16 July, 1728, at Lyme, m. John Raymond.f<br />

504. Lucretia, b. 26 March, 1731, at Lyme, m. Jonathan Latimer.f<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, <strong>the</strong> Rev. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Griswold<br />

(74) m. 20 July, 1736, his second cous<strong>in</strong>, Elizabeth<br />

Lee, b. 8 April, 1701, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

Lee <strong>the</strong> second, and Elizabeth Graham, of Lyme, and<br />

granddaughter of Thom<strong>as</strong> Lee <strong>the</strong> first of Lyme and his<br />

first wife^ Sarah Kirtland. {See No. 71.) He d. 14 Oct.,<br />

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HYDE GENEALOGY. 53<br />

1761, and w<strong>as</strong> buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> cemetery at E<strong>as</strong>t Lyme, near<br />

tlie churcli <strong>in</strong> which he had preached f<strong>or</strong> so many years.<br />

[<strong>The</strong> Old Synagogue church h<strong>as</strong> been replaced by a neat<br />

stone church, by <strong>the</strong> liberality of <strong>the</strong> wealthy <strong>descendants</strong>,<br />

<strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> city of New Y<strong>or</strong>k, of <strong>the</strong> first m<strong>in</strong>ister of that religious<br />

society.] His 2d wife d. 28 Aug., 1758.<br />

His children hy her were<br />

505. Samuel, b. 23 May, 1737, at Lyme, m. Mary Marv<strong>in</strong>.+<br />

506. Andrew, b. 12 Aug., 1745, at Lyme, m. Eunice Pr<strong>in</strong>ce.<br />

507. Hanuali, b. at Lyme, died unm.<br />

508. Eunice, b. 21 Jan., 1742, at Lyme, m. Ebenezer Weeks.+<br />

IV. Mary Griswold (80), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn., 22<br />

April, 1694, <strong>the</strong> fourth daughter of Mat<strong>the</strong>w Griswold<br />

and Phebe <strong>Hyde</strong> (10) of Lyme, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of<br />

Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, aud Jane Lee, of l!^<strong>or</strong>wich. She<br />

m. 4 Sept., 1719, Edmund D<strong>or</strong>r, b. 19 Oct., 1692, at Roxbury,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s., sixth son of Edward D<strong>or</strong>r and Elizabeth<br />

Hawley his wife, of Roxbury.<br />

[This Edward D<strong>or</strong>r is supposed to be <strong>the</strong> progenit<strong>or</strong> of<br />

all <strong>the</strong> D<strong>or</strong>rs of ]^ew England. He came to this country<br />

from <strong>the</strong> west of England. He w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> 1648, and<br />

came here about 1670 and settled at Boston. He m. his<br />

first wife, Elizabeth Hawley, daughter of Thom<strong>as</strong> Hawley,<br />

previous to 1680. <strong>The</strong>y removed to Roxbury, where<br />

she died. He w<strong>as</strong> a selectman of Roxbury. His second<br />

wife w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> widow Elizabeth (Dickerman) Clapp, who<br />

died <strong>in</strong> 1733. He died at Roxbury <strong>in</strong> 1734. His children,<br />

<strong>in</strong> addition to six who died young and unm., were : 1.<br />

Ebenezer, b. 25 Jan., 1688, who married twice, settled at<br />

Roxbury, and had seven sons and three daughters. 2.<br />

Rev. Joseph, b. <strong>in</strong> 1690, graduated at Harvard <strong>in</strong> 1711,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> settled <strong>as</strong> m<strong>in</strong>ister at Meridan, M<strong>as</strong>s., <strong>in</strong> 1716, and d.<br />

9 March, 1768— m. 9 April, 1724, Mary Rawson, second<br />

daughter of Rev. Gr<strong>in</strong>dal Rawson and Susannah Wilson<br />

of Meriden, and had one son and three daughters. 3.<br />

Edmund, who m. Mary Griswold. 4. Harbottle, b. 11<br />

May, 1696, m. D<strong>or</strong>othy Weld and settled at Boston, and<br />

had one son and one daughter. 5. Elizabeth, b. 1698, m.<br />

James Scott of Boston. And 6. Clemence, b. 17 July,<br />

1700, m. Edmund Weld of Roxbury.]<br />

Edmund D<strong>or</strong>r and Mary Griswold settled at Lyme,<br />

where he carried on <strong>the</strong> bus<strong>in</strong>ess of a clothier, <strong>or</strong> clothdresser.<br />

He w<strong>as</strong> a man of m<strong>in</strong>d, and of <strong>in</strong>domitable<br />

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perseverance. And lie and a few o<strong>the</strong>r members of tlie<br />

first congregational society of Lyme carried on an ecclesi<strong>as</strong>tical<br />

controversy with <strong>the</strong> Rev. Jonathan Parsons, <strong>the</strong><br />

third m<strong>in</strong>ister of Lyme, who m. Phebe Griswold, his<br />

wife's niece. Dur<strong>in</strong>g this controversy, he obta<strong>in</strong>ed <strong>the</strong><br />

sobriquet of " Servant D<strong>or</strong>r," which he reta<strong>in</strong>ed f<strong>or</strong> life.<br />

He died at Lyme ; date not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed. His wife survived<br />

him, and died at N<strong>or</strong>th Lyme 21 Feb., 1776 ; and<br />

w<strong>as</strong> buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> old cemetery at N<strong>or</strong>th Lyme, near Deacon<br />

William Marv<strong>in</strong>'s, by <strong>the</strong>^side of her daughter, Deb<strong>or</strong>ah<br />

D<strong>or</strong>r, who died <strong>in</strong> 1768.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

509. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, b. 4 Aug., 1720, at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, m. Sarah Marv<strong>in</strong>.+<br />

510. Edward, b. 2 Nov., 1722, at Lyme. He graduated at Yale <strong>in</strong><br />

1742. He ui. Helena Talcott, daughter of Gov. Joseph<br />

Talcott, and w<strong>as</strong> <strong>or</strong>da<strong>in</strong>ed and <strong>in</strong>stalled 20 April, 1748, <strong>as</strong><br />

m<strong>in</strong>ister of <strong>the</strong> first church <strong>in</strong> Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, Conn. He d. 22<br />

Oct., 1772, s. p. His widow m. IG Nov., 1773, <strong>the</strong> Eev.<br />

Robert Breck of Spr<strong>in</strong>gfield, who d. 23 April, 1784.<br />

511. Mat<strong>the</strong>w, b. 14 June, 1725, at Lyme, m. 1 Elizabeth Palmer,<br />

2 Lydia McLean.f<br />

511 a. Mary, b. 10 June, 1727. d. 16 July, 1742.<br />

512. Eve, b. 4 March, 1733, at Lyme, m. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Griff<strong>in</strong>.<br />

518. Elizabeth, b. 16 April, 1735, at Lyme, m. 16 April, 1754, her<br />

third cous<strong>in</strong>. Dr. Elisha Tracy (591) of N<strong>or</strong>wich ; a great<br />

grandson of John Post and Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3) of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

{See No. 591.)<br />

514. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 1739, d. 28 July, 1768, at <strong>the</strong> age of 29, unm.<br />

IV. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Griswold (81), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn.,<br />

about 1696, <strong>the</strong> fifth daughter of Mat<strong>the</strong>w (griswold and<br />

Phebe <strong>Hyde</strong> (10) of L^yme, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of IsT<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 19<br />

Oct., 1721, Maj<strong>or</strong> Robert Denison, bap. 21 March, 1697,<br />

at Ston<strong>in</strong>gton, son of Capt. Robert Denison and Joanna<br />

Stanton of <strong>the</strong> n<strong>or</strong>th parish of New London (now Montville),<br />

Conn.<br />

[This Capt. Robert Denison of <strong>the</strong> n<strong>or</strong>th parish of ISTew<br />

London, b. 17 Sept., 1673, w<strong>as</strong> a son of John Denison, b.<br />

1646, and Phebe Lay, b. 5 Jan., 1650, and a grandson of<br />

Capt. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Denison <strong>the</strong> first of Ston<strong>in</strong>gton, and of his<br />

second wife, Anne B<strong>or</strong>rodil. This Capt. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Denison<br />

and his second wife, Anne<br />

w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> England <strong>in</strong> 1618 ;<br />

B<strong>or</strong>rodil at C<strong>or</strong>sica <strong>in</strong> 1615. He came to this country<br />

with his fa<strong>the</strong>r and two bro<strong>the</strong>rs about 1631 ;<br />

and <strong>in</strong> 1640<br />

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he m. Bridget Thompson, by whom he had two daughters.<br />

Upon her death <strong>in</strong> 1(343, he returned to England and engaged<br />

<strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> civil war which w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong>n go<strong>in</strong>g on <strong>the</strong>re.<br />

And <strong>the</strong> tradition <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> family is, that <strong>in</strong> an engagement<br />

<strong>in</strong> Ireland he w<strong>as</strong> dangerously wounded ; and <strong>in</strong> that situation<br />

w<strong>as</strong> c<strong>as</strong>t upon <strong>the</strong> hospitality of Mr. John B<strong>or</strong>rodil<br />

of C<strong>or</strong>k, a gentleman of wealth who had an only daughter,<br />

Anne B<strong>or</strong>rodil, wlio became a m<strong>in</strong>ister<strong>in</strong>g angel to<br />

him <strong>in</strong> his afiliction. That he persuaded her to marry<br />

him, and to share his f<strong>or</strong>tunes <strong>in</strong> this new w<strong>or</strong>ld. He had<br />

by her three sons and four daughters : Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, John,<br />

"William, Anne, Margaret, B<strong>or</strong>radil, and Mary ; all of<br />

whom except <strong>the</strong> l<strong>as</strong>t (<strong>as</strong> <strong>well</strong> <strong>as</strong> his two daughters by <strong>the</strong><br />

first wife), married and had families. He w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> first<br />

representative of Ston<strong>in</strong>gton <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> general <strong>as</strong>sembly at<br />

Hartf<strong>or</strong>d. He d. 23 Oct.,"l694, while attend<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> <strong>as</strong>sembly<br />

at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, at <strong>the</strong> age of 76. His widow d. 26 Sept.,<br />

1712, aged 97, and w<strong>as</strong> buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> Denison cemetery at<br />

Ston<strong>in</strong>gton, half a mile e<strong>as</strong>t of <strong>the</strong> lower bridge at Mystic.<br />

John Denison, <strong>the</strong>ir eldest son, b. 1646 at Roxbury,<br />

m. 1667, Phebe Lay of Saybrook. <strong>The</strong>ir son, Robert<br />

Denison, b. 17 Oct., 1673, m. Joanna Stanton, b. 5 Jan.,<br />

1679, and had, among o<strong>the</strong>r children, Robert, bap. 21<br />

March, 1691, who m. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Griswold ; and John, b. 28<br />

Nov., 1698, who m. Patience Griswold {No. 82). In Jan.,<br />

1710, Owaneco, <strong>the</strong> sachem of <strong>the</strong> Mohegans, conveyed to<br />

Capt. Robert Denison, <strong>the</strong>n of Ston<strong>in</strong>gton, a tract of<br />

about 500 acres of land upon <strong>the</strong> b<strong>or</strong>ders of Gardner's<br />

lake, near <strong>the</strong> n<strong>or</strong>thwest c<strong>or</strong>ner of <strong>the</strong> n<strong>or</strong>th parish of<br />

New London (now Montville), upon which he settled<br />

with<strong>in</strong> two <strong>or</strong> three years <strong>the</strong>reafter, and died <strong>the</strong>re.]<br />

Robert Denison <strong>the</strong> second settled at New London,<br />

n<strong>or</strong>th parish. He w<strong>as</strong> a capta<strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong> General Roger Wolcott's<br />

brigade at <strong>the</strong> tak<strong>in</strong>g of Louisburgh, and w<strong>as</strong><br />

afterwards promoted to <strong>the</strong> rank of maj<strong>or</strong> and of colonel.<br />

He removed to Nova Scotia ; and <strong>in</strong> a deed of <strong>the</strong> 18<br />

Sept., 1761, of lands, on <strong>the</strong> New London rec<strong>or</strong>ds, he is described<br />

<strong>as</strong> "Col. Robert Denison of Il<strong>or</strong>ton, Nova Scotia."<br />

Sis chUdreii hy her ivere :<br />

515. Robert, b. 5 March, 1724, d. 16 May, 1724.<br />

516. Daniel, b. <strong>in</strong> 1727, at New London.<br />

517. Andrew, b. <strong>in</strong> 1728, at New London, m. Mary Thompson.<br />

518. Robert 2d, b. <strong>in</strong> 1732, at New London, died <strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong>fancy.<br />

519. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 9 Dec, 1721, at New London, <strong>in</strong>. Christopher<br />

Manwar<strong>in</strong>o;.'!"<br />

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520. Elizabeth, b. 26 Feb., 1723, d. 16 March, 1723.<br />

521. Elizabeth 2d, b. 10 Sept., 1726, at New Loudon, m.<br />

Phelps of Hartf<strong>or</strong>d.<br />

522. Mary, b. 1730, at New Loudon, d. 21 Dec, 1743.<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n m. Prudence Slierman, and had by lier three<br />

children : 1. David Sherman, h. Aug;., 1734, who m. Sarah<br />

Fox. 2. Mere}/, h. Oct., 1736, d. 15 Jan., 1743. And 3.<br />

Bobert 3d, b. 31 July, 1739, d. 25 Dec, 1743.<br />

rV. Patience Griswold (82), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn.,<br />

1698, <strong>the</strong> youngest daughter of Mat<strong>the</strong>w Griswold and<br />

Phebe <strong>Hyde</strong> (10) of Lyme, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (2) <strong>the</strong> first, and Jane Lee, of IsT<strong>or</strong>wich. She m.<br />

John Denison, b. 28 Nov., 1698, at Ston<strong>in</strong>gton, son of<br />

Capt. Robert Denison and Joanna Stanton of New London,<br />

n<strong>or</strong>th parish {see No. 81). <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lyme,<br />

where she d. 8 Nov., 1776, at <strong>the</strong> age of 78 ; and where he<br />

d. 28 Nov., 1776, aged 78.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loere<br />

:<br />

525. John, b. 31 July, 1731, at Lyme, d. 14 Dec., 1736.<br />

526. Samuel, b. Aug., 1733, at Lyme, d. 6 Dec, 1736.<br />

527. John 2d, b. 6 Feb., 1737, at Lyme, m. 1 Mary Sears, 2 <strong>the</strong><br />

widow Coll<strong>in</strong>s.+<br />

528. Samuel, b. 8 June, 1741, at Lyme, d. 15 July, 1741.<br />

529. Samuel od, b. 11 March, 1742, at Lyme, m. 1 Mary Champl<strong>in</strong>,<br />

2 widow Cleveland.+<br />

530. Patience, b. <strong>in</strong> 1735, at Lyme, m. John Walw<strong>or</strong>th.f<br />

531. Phebe, b. 21 April, 1739, at Lyme, d. 28 Dec, 1741.;<br />

532. Phebe 2d, b. Nov., 1746, at Lyme, m. Josiah Ely.f<br />

IV. Samuel Post (85), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 22<br />

Dec, 1698, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Samuel Post (14) and liuth<br />

Lathrop of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John Post <strong>the</strong><br />

first and Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3) of^N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 11 Jan.,<br />

1733, Sarah Griswold of Guilf<strong>or</strong>d. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

where he d. 7 Dec, 1746.<br />

Tlieir children loere :<br />

533. Samuel, b. 14 March, 1734, d. 15 April, 1735.<br />

534. Samuel 2d, b. 12 Feb., 1736, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Susannah<br />

535.<br />

536.<br />

Grant, 2 Susannah Waterman.<br />

Sarah, b. 11 Nov., 1738, d. 4 Dec, 1746.<br />

Anne, b. 11 Feb., 1741, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, of whom I<br />

<strong>the</strong>r <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation.<br />

have no fur-<br />

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537. Ruth, b. 6 Jan., 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wicli, of whom I have no fur<strong>the</strong>r<br />

particulars.<br />

538. D<strong>or</strong>c<strong>as</strong>, b. 8 Sept., 174G, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, of whom I have no fur<strong>the</strong>r<br />

particulars.<br />

IV. Nathaniel Post (87), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 6<br />

Sept., 1702, <strong>the</strong> third son of Samuel Post (14) and Ruth<br />

Lathrop of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John Post <strong>the</strong><br />

first, and Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 24 March,<br />

1725, Abigail Birchard, probably daughter of James<br />

Birchard and Elizabeth Beckwith, and granddaughter of<br />

John Birchard and Christian Andrews, of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 14 June, 1733.<br />

His cMldren hy licr locre<br />

539. Jabez, b. 23 Jan., 1726, d. 13 March, 1726.<br />

540. John, b. 25 Dec, 1726, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Eunice Backus, 2<br />

Abigail Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>.t<br />

541. Jabez'"2d, b. 5 Aug., 1730, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Martha <strong>Hyde</strong>, 2<br />

Lucy <strong>Hyde</strong>."i"<br />

542. Abigail, b. 1 April, 1733, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Charles Avery.+<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n m. 17 March, 1734, Experience Griswold of<br />

Guilf<strong>or</strong>d. She d. 13 June, 1792, at Bozrah.'<br />

His child hy her w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

543. Lucy, b. 12 Oct., 1737, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, of whom I have no fur<strong>the</strong>r<br />

<strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation.<br />

IV. RuTii Post (91), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 15 Oct.,<br />

1711, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of Samuel Post (14) and Euth<br />

Lathrop, of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of John Post<br />

<strong>the</strong> first, and Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 25<br />

Nov., 1731, Joseph B<strong>in</strong>gham, b. 4 June, 1709, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

<strong>the</strong> youngest son of Thom<strong>as</strong> B<strong>in</strong>gham <strong>the</strong> second, and<br />

Hannah Backus, of W<strong>in</strong>dham.<br />

[This Thom<strong>as</strong> B<strong>in</strong>gham w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

B<strong>in</strong>gham, one of <strong>the</strong> <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al propriet<strong>or</strong>s of N<strong>or</strong>wich, who<br />

m. 12 Dec, 1666, Mary Rudd of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n<br />

<strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1667. Where his fa<strong>the</strong>r w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n, <strong>or</strong> where he<br />

came from, I have not been able to <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>. But <strong>the</strong>re<br />

can be but little doubt that his wife w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> daughter of<br />

Jonathan Rudd, of Saybrook, and w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> first fruit of <strong>the</strong><br />

marriage, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> w<strong>in</strong>ter of 1646-7, at <strong>the</strong> western boundary<br />

of Gov. W<strong>in</strong>throp's jurisdiction ;<br />

which marriage gave <strong>the</strong><br />

name of "Bride Brook" to <strong>the</strong> small stream which w<strong>as</strong><br />

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<strong>the</strong>n claimed to be <strong>the</strong> western boundary of <strong>the</strong> town of<br />

'New London. See Miss F. M. Calk<strong>in</strong>s' s Hist, of New London,<br />

f. 48]<br />

Joseph B<strong>in</strong>gham and his wife Ruth Post (91) settled at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y removed to Charlemont, M<strong>as</strong>s., and afterwards<br />

to Benn<strong>in</strong>gton, Vt., where <strong>the</strong>y died.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

550. Joseph, b. 11 April, 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 5 July, 1750,<br />

Kachel Ween of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and had two sons and one daughter<br />

: James, <strong>the</strong> eldest son, b. 17 April, 1760, married and<br />

settled at C<strong>or</strong>nwall, Vt.<br />

551. Stephen, b. 1 Nov., 1739, d. 5 May, 1740.<br />

552. Jeremiah, b. 26 June, 1748, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. widow Hawks.t<br />

553. Calv<strong>in</strong>, b. 8 Oct., 1750, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lydia Denton.t<br />

654. Ruth, b. 19 Oct., 1732, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ebenezer Fales.f<br />

555. Mary, b. 6 Oct., 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Asa Tenney of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

and probably removed to Vermont.<br />

556. Eunice, b. 11 May, 1730, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Daniel K<strong>in</strong>gsley<br />

of Cambridge, Vt.<br />

557. Es<strong>the</strong>r, b. 14 Sept., 1741, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ebenezer Fales.t<br />

558. Lois, b. 30 May, 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. William Hutch<strong>in</strong>s<br />

of Spr<strong>in</strong>gfield, N. Y.<br />

559. Lucretia, b. 17 April, 1746, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Asaph<br />

White of Heath, M<strong>as</strong>s.<br />

rV". Samuel Aeel (92), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., <strong>in</strong> Oct.,<br />

1672, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Caleb Abel and Margaret Post (15)<br />

of IST<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John Post <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 3 Nov., 1696, Elizabeth<br />

Sluman, b. 23 of July, 1677, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter of<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Sluman and Sarah Bliss, and granddaughter of<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Bliss <strong>the</strong> first, of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and Elizabeth his wife.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 3 Nov., 1741. Ho<br />

died 26 Nov., 1761, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

560. Samuel, b. 9 Oct., 1702, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lydia Giff<strong>or</strong>d.f<br />

561. Joshua, b. 23 Nov., 1706, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Jerusha Fr<strong>in</strong>k, 2<br />

Ann Backus, 3 Anne Turner, 4 Lydia <strong>Hyde</strong>.+<br />

562. Elizabeth, b. 11 Feb., 1698, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Samuel Griswold.f<br />

563. Margaret, b. 27 Feb., 1700, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Samuel Edgcrton.t<br />

564. Sarah, b. 13 Oct., 1711, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Durkee.f<br />

rV". Caleb Abel (93), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., <strong>in</strong> April,<br />

1677, <strong>the</strong> second son of Caleb Abel and Miirgaret Post (15)<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> grandson of John Post <strong>the</strong> first, and


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Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 20 Feb., 1705, Abigail<br />

Sluman, b. 14 March, 1680, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter of<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Sluman and Sarah Bliss of N<strong>or</strong>wich {see No. 81).<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where she d. 11 Nov., 1748. <strong>The</strong><br />

date of his death h<strong>as</strong> not been <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children ivere<br />

:<br />

565. Daniel, b. 3 Feb., 1706, at Lebanon, m. Sarab Crane.f<br />

566. Caleb, b. 25 April, 1709, at Lebanon, m. Mary Clark.+<br />

667. Abigail, b. 11 iVpril, 1711, at Lebanon, m. Josepb Sluman.f<br />

568. Mary, b. 4 Aug., 1714, at Lebanon. She lived at Lebanon,<br />

where she d. 26 Feb., 1785, unm.<br />

IV. John Abel (94), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., <strong>in</strong> Dec,<br />

1678, <strong>the</strong> third son of Caleb Abel and Margaret Post (15)<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John Post <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), ot^ N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 2 June, 1703, Rebecca<br />

Sluman, b. 3 Oct., 1682, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter of<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Sluman and Mary Bliss, of N<strong>or</strong>wich {see No. 81j.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon. <strong>The</strong> dates and places of <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

deaths I have not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

670. John, b. 10 March, 1704, died same day.<br />

571. Solomon, b. 7 Jan., 1708, at Lebanon, m. Mary N<strong>or</strong>thum.t<br />

672. David, b. 7 April, 1722, at Lebanon, m. Alice Eoberts.f<br />

573. Sarah, b. 2 March, 1705, at Lebanon, m. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Metcalf.f<br />

574. Rebecca, b. 18 Jan., 1711, at Lebanon, m. John West.t<br />

675. Bethia, b. 18 Oct., 1713, at Lebanon.<br />

576. Hannah, b. 26 Sept., 1710, at Lebanon. She m. 3 Oct., 1739,<br />

Marshall Hackley of Lebanon, and had a family. <strong>The</strong>ir son<br />

Samuel w<strong>as</strong> b. 1 Oct., 1740, at Lebanon.<br />

rV. TiiEOPHiLUS Abel (95), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., <strong>in</strong><br />

Nov., 1680, <strong>the</strong> fourth son of Caleb Abel and Margaret Post<br />

(15) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John Post <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3). He m. 27 June, 1716, Anne Calk<strong>in</strong>s, b.<br />

10 Oct., 1692, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, eldest daughter of Hugh Calk<strong>in</strong>s<br />

and Sarah Sluman, of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and granddaughter of<br />

John Calk<strong>in</strong>s and Sarah his wife. {See No. 4 ayid 2226.)<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

577. Anne, b. 2 July, 1717, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Hezekiah Edgerton.t<br />

578. Zerviah, b. 29 Jan., 1722, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elisha Edgerton.t<br />

IV. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Abel (96), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich Conn.,<br />

1687, <strong>the</strong> fifth son of Caleb Abel and Margaret Post (15)


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of I^<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John Post <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 17 March, 1714,<br />

Lydia Hazeu. I suppose <strong>the</strong>y settled m that part of N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

which is now FranM<strong>in</strong>. But I have not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed<br />

<strong>the</strong> particulars of <strong>the</strong>ir residence and deaths.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir cMldrcn ivere<br />

:<br />

580.<br />

581.<br />

Beujam<strong>in</strong>, b. 23 May, 1715, at N<strong>or</strong>wicli, m. Abigail Gild.+<br />

Andrew, b. 1 April, 1717, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. bis first cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Elizabeth Tracy. (See No. 598 a.)<br />

582. Simon, b. 15 Sept., 1721, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Parnal Willes.+<br />

583. Elijah, b. 12 May, 1729, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Anne Lathrop, 2<br />

Mary Cleveland.<br />

584. Mat<strong>the</strong>w, b. 8 Sept., 1731, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

585. Oliver, b. Feb., 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Abigail Pettis.f<br />

586. Isaiah, b. 24 July, 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Rhoda Pettis.t<br />

587. Lydia, b. 28 July, 1719, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. her fa<strong>the</strong>r's<br />

second cous<strong>in</strong>, Jabez <strong>Hyde</strong> (58), eldest son of Jabez <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(8) and Elizabeth Bushnell. (See JVo. 58.)<br />

588. Alice, b. 14 Jan., 1724, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She had an illegitimate<br />

child <strong>in</strong> 17G9, and probably died unm.<br />

589. Hannah, b. 26 March, 1727, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Simeon Lathrop.f<br />

rV. Mary Abel (100), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., about<br />

1685, <strong>the</strong> fourth daughter of Caleb Abel and Margaret<br />

Post (15) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of John Post<br />

<strong>the</strong> first, and Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 31<br />

Dec, 1705, Capt. Joseph Tracy, b. 20 April, 1682, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

<strong>the</strong> third son of John Tracy <strong>the</strong> first, and Mary<br />

W<strong>in</strong>slow {see No. 38 and Aiypendix B.). <strong>The</strong>y settled at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he w<strong>as</strong> a justice of <strong>the</strong> peace and one of<br />

<strong>the</strong> lead<strong>in</strong>g men of <strong>the</strong> place. And he very frequently<br />

represented his native town <strong>in</strong> tlie colonial legislature.<br />

His wife d. 17 Jan., 1751. He survived her and died 10<br />

April, 1765, at <strong>the</strong> age of 83 years.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

590. Joseph, b. 17 Oct., 1706, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ann H<strong>in</strong>kley.t<br />

591. Elisha, b. 17 May, 1712, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Lucy Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton,<br />

2 Elizabeth D<strong>or</strong>r, 3 widow Lois Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton.<br />

592. Ph<strong>in</strong>eh<strong>as</strong>, b. 1 Jan., 1721, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died unm.<br />

593. Mary, b. 4 Jan., 1708, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Beujam<strong>in</strong> Went-<br />

w<strong>or</strong>tli, and is supposed to have died s. p.<br />

594. Margaret, b. 11 May, 1710, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her second cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

William Waterman.^<br />

595. Zerviah, b. 14 Dec, 1714, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She prob. died unm.<br />

596. Lydia, b. 10 Dec, 1716, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her mo<strong>the</strong>r's second<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, Elisha <strong>Hyde</strong>. (See No. 47.)<br />

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597. Irene, b. 15 Jan., 1719, at N<strong>or</strong>wieh, m. 20 Dec, 1743, Daniel<br />

Burnliam.f<br />

598. Jerusha, b. 23 May, 1723, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her mo<strong>the</strong>r's second<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, <strong>the</strong><br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (6).<br />

Rev. Jcdediah<br />

(See M. 46.)<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (46), fifth son of William<br />

598 a. Elizabeth, b. at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She prob. m. her first cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Andrew Abel (581), b. 1 April, 1717, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, second<br />

son of Benjam<strong>in</strong> Abel (96) and Lydia Hazen of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

He d. 31 Aug., 1796, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>. <strong>The</strong>y had a son, Benjam<strong>in</strong><br />

Abel, who m. 8 April, 1759, Es<strong>the</strong>r Smith, and had five<br />

children, b. at N<strong>or</strong>wich: Anne, b. 7 Oct., 1760; Asa, b. 20<br />

March, 1762; Solomon, b. 23 June, 1767; Elizabeth, b. 30<br />

March, 1769 ; and Rodolphus, b. 26 Nov., 1770.<br />

rV. Abigail Abel (101), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 16<br />

March, 1690, fifth danghter of Caleb Abel and Margaret<br />

Post (15), w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of John Post and Hester<br />

(3). She m. 12 Jan.,' 1710, Barnab<strong>as</strong> Lathrop. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he d. 25 May, 1710.<br />

Her child hy him lo<strong>as</strong> :<br />

599. Abigail, b. 1 Jan., 1711, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

<strong>the</strong>n m. 4 Feb., 1718, Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, b. 12<br />

Sept., 1686, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, eldest son of Deacon Christopher<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his first wife, Sarah Adgate.<br />

Deacon Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton w<strong>as</strong> b. 1 ISTov.,<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> first white male child b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

w<strong>as</strong> son of Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton and Euth Rock<strong>well</strong>,<br />

one of <strong>the</strong> 35 <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al propriet<strong>or</strong>s of N<strong>or</strong>wich, who<br />

from England to Roxbury <strong>in</strong> 1633, and m. 7 Oct.,<br />

Ruth Rock<strong>well</strong>, eldest daughter of William Rock-<br />

and Susannah Chap<strong>in</strong>, of W<strong>in</strong>ds<strong>or</strong>. Sarah Adgate,<br />

<strong>the</strong> wife of Deacon Christoplier Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, w<strong>as</strong> b. Jan.,<br />

1663, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, and w<strong>as</strong> daughter of <strong>the</strong> first Deacon<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Adgate, one of <strong>the</strong> 35 propriet<strong>or</strong>s of N<strong>or</strong>wich, by<br />

his second wife, <strong>the</strong> widow Sarah Busl<strong>in</strong>ell see ante, No. 6].<br />

Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton and Abigail his wife settled at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 2 June, 1730.<br />

Her children hy him toere :<br />

600. Christopher, b. 20 June, 1719, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah B<strong>in</strong>gham.f<br />

601. Elisha, b. 22 Sept., 1720, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. D<strong>in</strong>ah Chapman.f<br />

602. Azariah, b. 26 Nov., 1723, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, probably died unm.<br />

603. <strong>The</strong>ophilus, b. 12 Sept., 1726, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. Lois Giff<strong>or</strong>d<br />

(254), dau. of Samuel CJiff'<strong>or</strong>d and Experience <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(37). {See No. 254.)


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604. Barnab<strong>as</strong>, b. 29 May, 1728, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Anne Wright.+<br />

605. Ruth, b. 3 Aug., 1722, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 10 Sept., 1741,<br />

Joshua Sluman, who d. 19 Oct., 1742; and she d. 17 Dec,<br />

1742, s. p.<br />

606. Margaret, b. 23 Nov., 1724, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her third cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

John Tracy (258), eldest son of John Tracy and Margaret<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (38). (>S'ce A^o. 258.)<br />

607. Sarah, b. 27 April, 1731, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 12 May, 1756,<br />

Asa K<strong>in</strong>gsbury of N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), b.<br />

7 April, 1729, eldest son of Ephraim K<strong>in</strong>gsbury and Martha<br />

Smith. He d. 5 Sept., 1775. <strong>The</strong>y had four children<br />

rec<strong>or</strong>ded at N<strong>or</strong>wich : 1. Asa, b. 12 March, 1757. 2. Sarah,<br />

b. 8 April, 1761. 8. Eunice, b. 9 Nov., 1767. And<br />

4. LucT/, b. 20 June, 1771.<br />

After tlie death of his first wife, Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton<br />

m. 2 May, 1733, Elizabeth Ensw<strong>or</strong>th of Canterbury,<br />

who d. 2 March, 1735, and had by her one daughter, Elizabeth,<br />

b. 3 Feb., 1735, who d. 25 Oct., 1758, unm. He <strong>the</strong>n<br />

m. 4 June, 1740, Mary Brewster, who d. 24 Dec, 1749.<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n xn.. 7 Feb., 1751, Mrs. Mary Gayl<strong>or</strong>d of Hebron,<br />

who d. 14 March, 1761; and he d. 11 Feb., 1759.<br />

IV. Capt. John Hough, (110), b<strong>or</strong>n at New London,<br />

Conn., 1 Oct., 1697, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Capt. John Hough<br />

and Sarah Post (17) of New London, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of<br />

John Post <strong>the</strong> first, and Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), of JST<strong>or</strong>wich. He<br />

m. 4 Sept., 1718, Hannah Denison, b. 28 March, 1699, at<br />

New London, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Denison, Esq.,<br />

and Mary "Wi<strong>the</strong>rell, of New London.<br />

[This Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Denison, Esq., of New London, w<strong>as</strong> a son<br />

of John Denison and Phebe Lay, of Ston<strong>in</strong>gton, and a<br />

grandson of Capt. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Denison and Anne B<strong>or</strong>rodill, of<br />

Ston<strong>in</strong>gton {see No. 81). He graduated at Harvard <strong>in</strong><br />

1693, and w<strong>as</strong> a lawj^er, and t<strong>or</strong> several years w<strong>as</strong> a clerk<br />

of <strong>the</strong> county court of New London county. He w<strong>as</strong> b.<br />

28 March, 1671, at Ston<strong>in</strong>gton, and d. 20 January, 1720,<br />

at New London. He had eight children : Grace, b. 1695,<br />

m. Edward Hallam; Phebe, b. 1697, m. Gibson Harris;<br />

Hannah, b. 1699, m. John Hough ; B<strong>or</strong>rodill, b. 1701, m.<br />

Jonathan Latimer; Daniel, b. 1703, m. Rachel Starr;<br />

We<strong>the</strong>reU, b. 1705, m. Lydia Mo<strong>or</strong>e ; Anne, b. 1707, m.<br />

Samuel Richards ; Sarah, b. 1707, m. "William Dougl<strong>as</strong>s.]<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at New London and removed to that part<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich which is now Bozrah, where she d. 9 April,<br />

1782.


<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

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610. John, b. 14 Oct., 1719, at New London, d. 6 March, 1720.<br />

611. David, b. 27 Jan., 1724, at New London, m. 1 Desire Clark, 2<br />

Mrs. Jemima Baldw<strong>in</strong>. -t"<br />

612. Jabez, b. 10 Nov., 1728, at New London, m. 1 Phebe Harris,<br />

2 Mary Bishop.f<br />

613. John 2d, b. 17 Dec., 1730, at New London. Ho m. 11 Nov.,<br />

1753, Abigail Baldw<strong>in</strong>, b. 28 July, 1742, second dau. of<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Baldw<strong>in</strong> and Anne B<strong>in</strong>gham of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and settled<br />

at Canterbury, Conn.<br />

613 a. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, b. 9 Feb., 1733, at New London, died unm.<br />

614. Sarah,'b. 6 April, 1722, at New London, m. 1, 1 June, 1741,<br />

John Stark, 2 Willard, and moved to Pawlet, Vt.<br />

615. Abiah, b. at New London, m. Simeon Edgcrton.f<br />

616. Hannah, b. at New London. She m. 23 Jan., 1743, Elisha<br />

Lathrop, b. 13 July, 1713, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y had a son,<br />

Elisha, b. 20 Oct., 1743, rec<strong>or</strong>ded at N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y removed<br />

to Lebanon, N. H. F<strong>or</strong> fur<strong>the</strong>r particulars of this<br />

family, see Addenda.<br />

617. Es<strong>the</strong>r, b. 29 July, 1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Zebediah Wood.t<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife he m. 24 Oct., 1782,<br />

Mrs. Anne (B<strong>in</strong>gham) Baldw<strong>in</strong>, widow of Thom<strong>as</strong> Baldw<strong>in</strong>.<br />

He d. 8 Feb., 1785, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, New Conc<strong>or</strong>d<br />

society, now Bozrah.<br />

rV. Sarah Hough (113), b<strong>or</strong>n at New London, Conn.,<br />

23 April, 1684, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Capt. John Hough<br />

and Sarah Post (17) of New London, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of John Post <strong>the</strong> first, and Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

She m. 20 Feb., 170T, Ebenezer Dennis, b. 23 Oct., 1G82,<br />

<strong>the</strong> only child of Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Dennis, of New London, by his<br />

wife Mrs. Elizabeth Raymond, relict of Joshua Raymond<br />

<strong>the</strong> first of New London, and daughter of Nehcmiah<br />

Smith and Anne Bourn of N<strong>or</strong>wich. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Dennis w<strong>as</strong><br />

from Long Island.<br />

Ebenezer Dennis <strong>in</strong>herited from his mo<strong>the</strong>r a d<strong>well</strong><strong>in</strong>g<br />

house <strong>in</strong> New London, command<strong>in</strong>g a f<strong>in</strong>e prospect of <strong>the</strong><br />

harb<strong>or</strong>, where about 1710 he and his wife opened a public<br />

house, and where she died 19 Feb., 1716.<br />

His children hy her were :<br />

617 a. Elizabeth, b. 14 Aug., 1708, d. 16 Feb., 1715,<br />

618. Sarah, b. 30 June, 1710, at New London.<br />

019. Es<strong>the</strong>r, b. 23 Oct., 1711, at New London.<br />

620. Mary, b. 5 April, 1713, at New London. She probably m. 13<br />

June, 1751, John Avery of Ston<strong>in</strong>gton.


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HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

621. Ano<strong>the</strong>r, b. 19 Feb., 1716, that died <strong>the</strong> same day, toge<strong>the</strong>r<br />

with its mo<strong>the</strong>r.<br />

Ebenezer Dennis <strong>the</strong>n m. 19 Nov., 1717, Deb<strong>or</strong>ali Ely,<br />

of Lyme, fifth daugliter of 'William Ely <strong>the</strong> first, of Lyme,<br />

whose first wife w<strong>as</strong> a daughter of Nehemiah Smith. He<br />

had one child by her, Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Dennis, b. 19 Oct., 1718, at<br />

'New London. Ebenezer Dennis died <strong>in</strong> 1726. His widow<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1727 became <strong>the</strong> second wife of Capt. Walter Butler of<br />

New London, and <strong>in</strong> 1742 removed with him to <strong>the</strong> Lidiau<br />

frontier <strong>in</strong> New Y<strong>or</strong>k. John Butler, a son of this Capt.<br />

Walter Butler, bap. 28 April, 1728, at New London, w<strong>as</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> <strong>in</strong>famous t<strong>or</strong>y, Col. John Butler, of <strong>the</strong> Wyom<strong>in</strong>g<br />

m<strong>as</strong>sacre; and whose son, Capt. Walter Butler, butchered<br />

<strong>the</strong> women and children of Cherry Valley <strong>in</strong> 1778.<br />

rV. Hannah Hough (114), b<strong>or</strong>n at New London, Conn.,<br />

30 June, 1688, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of Capt. John Hough<br />

and Sarah Post (17) of New London, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of John Post <strong>the</strong> first, and Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

She m. 15 March, 1705, Oliver Manwar<strong>in</strong>g, bap. at Ncav<br />

London, 2 Pel)., 1679, <strong>the</strong> second son of Oliver Manwar<strong>in</strong>g<br />

<strong>the</strong> first, and Hannah Raymond, of New London.<br />

[This Oliver Manwar<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> first, of New London, w<strong>as</strong><br />

b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> England about 1633. He came to New London<br />

about 1664, and bought lands <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> Nov. of that year<br />

some part of which land is still <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> hands of one of his<br />

<strong>descendants</strong> <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> male l<strong>in</strong>e. He m. Hannah Raymond,<br />

daughter of Richard Raymond, f<strong>or</strong>merly of Salem, M<strong>as</strong>s.,<br />

who settled at N<strong>or</strong>walk, and purch<strong>as</strong>ed lands <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1662,<br />

and died at Saybrook, between 1677 and 1680. Oliver<br />

Manwar<strong>in</strong>g d. Nov., 1723, at New London aged 90, and<br />

his wife d. 18 Dec, 1717, leav<strong>in</strong>g two sous and eight<br />

daughters, most, if not all, of whom married and had<br />

families.]<br />

Oliver Manwar<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> second, and his wife, settled at<br />

New London, where both probably died. But <strong>the</strong> dates<br />

of <strong>the</strong>ir deaths are not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children tocre<br />

:<br />

622. Richard, b. 10 Jan., 1707, at New London.<br />

623. William, b. 17 Sept., 1708, at New London, m. Rebecca Gager.f<br />

624. Oliver, b. 24 Jan., 1711, at New London, m. Mary Smith.f<br />

625. Samuel, b. 25 Aug., 1713, at New London.<br />

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626.<br />

627.<br />

628.<br />

Jol<strong>in</strong>, b. 28 June, 1721, at New London, m. Elizabeth .+<br />

Jabez, b. 12 Jan., 1730, at New London, m. Mercy M<strong>in</strong>ei-.+<br />

Hannah, b. 27 Feb., 1716, at New London. She m. 21 Aug.,<br />

1768, Jedediah Calk<strong>in</strong>s of New London, and died s. p. ills<br />

first wife w<strong>as</strong> Mary G<strong>or</strong>ton, who d. 8 Feb., 1768.<br />

629. Sarah, b. 9 Aug., 1718, at New London, prob. m. 25 Feb.,<br />

1742, Simon Gager of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and d. 12 April, 1767, -s. p.<br />

(See No. 1634.)<br />

630. Anne, b. 20 Nov., 1723, at New London, m. her first cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Marshall (633), son of Abial Marshall and Abiah<br />

630 a.<br />

Hough (115). (See No. 633.)<br />

Elizabeth, b. 11 July, 1727, at New London.<br />

rV. Abiah Hough (115), b<strong>or</strong>n at N"ew London, Conn.,<br />

30 Oct., 1690, tlie tliird daughter of Capt. John Hough<br />

and Sarah Post (17) of New London, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of John Post <strong>the</strong> first, and Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), of ]^<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

She m. 18 Nov., 1708, Abial Marshall. <strong>The</strong>y settled at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she died.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir cliildren tvere :<br />

631. Abial, b. 30 Sept., 1715, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 1, 12 July, 1743,<br />

Anne Waterman, 2 Sybil , who d. 7 Sept., 1796, aged<br />

74 years. He d. 1 Dec, 1799, at Bozrah.<br />

632. John, b. 25 March, 1718, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

633. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 1 July, 1724, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Anne Manwar<strong>in</strong>g.'^<br />

634. Anne, b. 16 Aug., 1711, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Noah Abel.t<br />

635. Sarah, b. 7 Sept., 1713, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. <strong>in</strong> July, 1719.<br />

636. Sarah 2d, b. 12 April, 1720, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her mo<strong>the</strong>r's<br />

second cous<strong>in</strong>, James <strong>Hyde</strong> (35), third son of John <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(5) and Experience Abel (98) of N<strong>or</strong>wich. (See No. 35.)<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife he m. her second cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Acne <strong>Hyde</strong> (49), widow of John Waterman, and d. 1 June,<br />

1758. He had no issue by her.<br />

IV. Hester Hough (116), b<strong>or</strong>n at New London, Conn.,<br />

6 April, 1695, <strong>the</strong> fourth daughter of Capt. John Hough<br />

and Sarah Post (17) of New London, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of John Post <strong>the</strong> first, and Hester Ilyde (3), of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

She m. 14 Nov., 1716, Capt. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Richards, b. , at<br />

New London, son of Lieut. John liichards and Love Manwar<strong>in</strong>g<br />

of New London.<br />

[This Lieut. John Richards, b. <strong>in</strong> 166G, at New London,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> eldest son of John Richards <strong>the</strong> first, who came to<br />

New London about 1670, and died <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1687. <strong>The</strong><br />

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wife of Lieut. John Richards w<strong>as</strong> one of <strong>the</strong> eight daughters<br />

of Oliver Manwar<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> first, and Hannah Raymond,<br />

of JSTew London {see No. 114). <strong>The</strong>y had ten children, six<br />

of <strong>the</strong>m died young and unm. <strong>The</strong> rema<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g four were<br />

John, who m. Anna Prentiss; Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, who m, Hester<br />

Hough ; Samuel, who m. <strong>the</strong> widow of Jabez Hough (112)<br />

and Lydia, who m. 1725, John Proct<strong>or</strong> of Boston.]<br />

Capt. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Richards and wife settled at New London.<br />

He w<strong>as</strong> a man of uncommon bodily strength, and w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

man of considerable imp<strong>or</strong>tance <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> town. <strong>The</strong>y had<br />

two sons and one daughter who lived to bo married ; and<br />

perhaps o<strong>the</strong>r children.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children (^<strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed^ were :<br />

637. John, b. 23 Nov., 1717, at New London, m. Hannah Green-<br />

leaf.+<br />

638. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, b. at New. London, m. Ca<strong>the</strong>r<strong>in</strong>e Fosdick.+<br />

638 a. Nathaniel, b. at New London. He. m. Mary Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> of<br />

New London, and died s. p.<br />

639. Mary, b. at New London, m. Alexander Wolcott.-i"<br />

639 a. Love, b. at New London, m. 1 Lemuel Rogers, 2 Nathaniel<br />

Colt.-i-<br />

IV. Jonathan Rudd (117), b<strong>or</strong>n at E"<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 22<br />

May, 1693, <strong>the</strong> only son of ISTathaniel Rudd <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Mary Post (18), of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John Post<br />

<strong>the</strong> first, and Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3), of JST<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 27 Oct.,<br />

1720, Joanna Greg<strong>or</strong>y, b. about 1692. <strong>The</strong>y settled at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he d. 29 Aug., 1772. She d. 12 Oct., 1774.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

640. Samuel, b. 14 Sept., 1722, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lurene Fitch.f<br />

641. Jonathan, b. 13 Sept., 1733, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Talitha Ormsby.+<br />

642. Rebecca, b. 14 June, 1727, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 27 Oct., 1754,<br />

Abuer Smith of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and d. 11 Sept., 1769, s.p. He<br />

<strong>the</strong>n m. 25 Sept., 1770, Mrs. Ann Sandf<strong>or</strong>d, and had by<br />

her five children.<br />

643. Joanna, b. 23 Dec, 1729, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joseph Peck.+<br />

644. Carol<strong>in</strong>e, b. 13 March, 1732, d. 9 April, 1732.<br />

IV. Mary Rudd (118), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 3 Feb.,<br />

1695, eldest daughter of Nathaniel Rudd <strong>the</strong> first, of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

by his first wife Mary Post (18), w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of Johii Post and Hester <strong>Hyde</strong> (3) of N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 12<br />

March, 1718, Ebenezer Wood. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

and I have not been able to trace <strong>the</strong>m fur<strong>the</strong>r, <strong>or</strong> to<br />

<strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong> when and where <strong>the</strong>y died.<br />

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: :<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY. Q*J<br />

645. Ebenezer, b. 15 Nov., 1726, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Philippa St<strong>or</strong>ey.<br />

646.<br />

647.<br />

Natlianiel, b. 19 Nov., 1729, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Miriam "\Vood.+<br />

John, b. 6 Jan., 1732, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 17 Feb., 1757,<br />

Hannah Richardson of N<strong>or</strong>wich. No children on <strong>the</strong> N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

rec<strong>or</strong>d. <strong>The</strong>y probably went to Lebanon, N. H.<br />

648. Mary, b. 25 Jan., 1719, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

649. Lydia, b. 26 July,<br />

Stephen St<strong>or</strong>ey.<br />

1720, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 6 Oct., 1741,<br />

650. Bulah, b. 27 Feb., 1722, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Richard H<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>.t<br />

651. Elizabeth,<br />

man.<br />

b. 16 Aug., 1724, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jonathan E<strong>as</strong>t-<br />

652. Es<strong>the</strong>r, b. 29 July, 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Yetonce Barstow.t<br />

FIFTH GENERATION.<br />

V. Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (120), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 24 Oct.,<br />

1725, tbe eldest son of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (22) and Priscilla<br />

Bradf<strong>or</strong>d of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4)<br />

of tlie tbird generation. He m. 1 Jan., 1750, bis second<br />

cous<strong>in</strong> of tbe Fitcb blood, Anne Fitcb, daugbter of Capt.<br />

Adonijab Fitcb, of tbe New London IS'<strong>or</strong>tb Parisb, now<br />

Montville {see Wo. 31). Tbey settled at Lebanon. He d.<br />

2 Oct., 1776, <strong>in</strong> tbe army of tbe revolution, at New Y<strong>or</strong>k.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

655. Samuel, b. 1 Dec, 1750, d. 11 Aug., 1753.<br />

656. Samuel 2d, b. 15 Oct., 1754, at Lebanon. He died a bachel<strong>or</strong>,<br />

at Lebanon, at an advanced age.<br />

657. Joseph, b. 7 Aug., 1757, at Lebanon, m. Elizabeth Hull.f<br />

658. Azel, b. 11 May^l762, at Lebanon, m. Arathusa Fitch.-l-<br />

659. M<strong>as</strong>on, b. 24 Feb., 1766, died <strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong>fancy.<br />

600. Sarah, b. 20 Aug., 1752, at Lebanon. She w<strong>as</strong> burned to<br />

death, at Lebanon, 10 March, 1707, with her daughter Harriet,<br />

and two o<strong>the</strong>r persons, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> house of her bro<strong>the</strong>r, Joseph<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong>.<br />

601. Anne, b. 24 Feb., 1764, at Lebanon. She w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> second wife<br />

of Henison Wattles of Lebanon, and died <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1857, at<br />

<strong>the</strong> age of 93 years, s. 2>-<br />

662. Elizabeth, b. 1774, at Lebanon, and d. <strong>the</strong>re 24 x\ug., 1844, unm.<br />

V. Dan <strong>Hyde</strong> (121), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 7 May,<br />

1733, tbe second son of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (22) and Priscilla<br />

Bradf<strong>or</strong>d of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4)<br />

of tbe tbird generation. He m. Mary Wattles, b. 14 Oct.,<br />

1744, at Lebanon, daugbter of William Wattles and Abi-<br />

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gail Denison of Lebanon. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon,<br />

where he d. 15 Nov., 1770.<br />

Tlieir children (besides several who died <strong>in</strong> childhood) were :<br />

G63. Mary, b. at Lebanon. She m. 24 June, 1784, James Benjam<strong>in</strong><br />

of E<strong>as</strong>t Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, and probably removed to Vermont.<br />

664. Priscilla, b. at Lebanon. She.m. 19 Oct., 1794, John Pitk<strong>in</strong><br />

of E<strong>as</strong>t Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, who w<strong>as</strong> a mercliant at Lebanon, and removed<br />

to E<strong>as</strong>t Hartf<strong>or</strong>d.<br />

V. Anne <strong>Hyde</strong> (122), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 27 Oct.,<br />

1727, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (22) and Priscilla<br />

Bradf<strong>or</strong>d, of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 2 Oct.,<br />

1755, Jared H<strong>in</strong>ckley, b. 8 Oct., 1731, at Lebanon, fourth<br />

son of Gershom H<strong>in</strong>ckley and Mary Buel of Lebanon.<br />

[This Gershom H<strong>in</strong>ckley, b. 2 April, 1683, at Barnsta-<br />

ble, M<strong>as</strong>s., who m. Mary Buel, b. 11 Dec, 1696, and d.<br />

24 ISTov., 1774, at Lebanon, Conn., and had 5 sons and<br />

daughters, w<strong>as</strong> a nephew of Gov. Thom<strong>as</strong> H<strong>in</strong>ckley, and<br />

w<strong>as</strong> son of John H<strong>in</strong>ckley, b. 26 May, 1644, at Barnstable,<br />

who m. July, 1668, Bethia Lathrop, b. 22 July, 1649, at<br />

Barnstable, daughter of Thom<strong>as</strong> Lathrop and Sarah<br />

(Learned) Ewer, of B., and w<strong>as</strong> grandson of Samuel<br />

H<strong>in</strong>ckley of B., who came from Tenterdeu <strong>in</strong> Kent <strong>in</strong><br />

1635. See No. 1083.]<br />

He w<strong>as</strong> a farmer. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where she<br />

d. 12 March, 1783.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children tcere<br />

:<br />

665. Dan, b. 20 Sept., 1756, at Lebanon, d. 16 Feb., 1759.<br />

665 a. Dan, 2d, b. 28 March, 1761, at Lebanon, d. 20 April, 1761.<br />

666. Jared, b. 8 Nov., 1758, at Lebanon, m. Hopestill Drewster.-f-<br />

667. Timothy, b. 25 Oct., 1767, at Lebanon, m. Saloma Strong.f<br />

668. Priscilla, b. 21 July, 1763, at Lebanon, m. 1 Thom<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong>, 2<br />

Gershom West.f<br />

669. Anne, b. 28 June, 1765, at Lebanon, d. 30 April, 1814, unm.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, he m. 26 ^N'ov., 1783,<br />

<strong>the</strong> widow Mary Newman; she d. 11 March, 1790, without<br />

issue by him. He d. 15 Feb., 1820, at Lebanon.<br />

V. Sybil <strong>Hyde</strong> (124), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 16 April,<br />

1731, <strong>the</strong> third daughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (22) and Priscilla<br />

Bradf<strong>or</strong>d, of L^ebanoii, w^<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Sam-


HYDE GENEALOGY. gQ<br />

uel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 11 Dec,<br />

1753, Jahez Metcalf, b. 30 Nov., 1718, son of Ebenezer<br />

Metcalf and Hannah Abel of Lebanon.<br />

[This Ebenezer Metcalf w<strong>as</strong> b. 14 Feb., 1680, and w<strong>as</strong><br />

third son of Jonathan Metcalf and Hannah Kenrick of<br />

Dedham {see No. 30). He m. 28 April, 1702, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

Hannah Abel, and removed to Lebanon about 1711, where<br />

he d. 17 Nov., 1755, aged 75 years.]<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where she d. 5 Nov., 1790.<br />

He survived her and d. 15 Nov., 1794. <strong>The</strong>y are buried<br />

<strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> old cemetery at Lebanon.<br />

Tlieir cliildren were<br />

:<br />

070. Joseph, b. 12 June, 1763, at Lebanon, m. Clarissa Tbom<strong>as</strong>.+<br />

071. A daughter, wbo died unmarried.<br />

V. Zerviah <strong>Hyde</strong> (127), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 15<br />

Dec, 1740, <strong>the</strong> sixth daughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (22) and<br />

Priscilla Bradf<strong>or</strong>d, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 20 Sept., 1758, Dr.<br />

Andrew Metcalf (2439), b. 5 Dec, 1736, at Lebanon, son<br />

of Benjam<strong>in</strong> Metcalf, and of her third cous<strong>in</strong>, Sarah Abel<br />

(573) of Lebanon. He w<strong>as</strong> a physician, and <strong>the</strong>y settled<br />

at Lebanon (Goshen), near <strong>the</strong> Bozrah l<strong>in</strong>e, where <strong>the</strong>y<br />

probably both died.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children ivere<br />

672. Jabez H., b. 26 Aug., 1761, at Lebanon, m. Violata Thom<strong>as</strong>,<br />

and died at Oxf<strong>or</strong>d, N. Y., s.j}-<br />

673. Luke, b. 4 May, 1764, at Lebanon. He m. a daughter of<br />

674.<br />

William Fr<strong>in</strong>k, and died at Oxf<strong>or</strong>d, N. Y.<br />

Priscilla, b. 29 July, 1759, at Lebanon, m. Samuel Rob<strong>in</strong>son.<br />

675. Sarah, b. at Lebanon, and died unm.<br />

676. Hannah <strong>Hyde</strong>, b. 8 June, 1774, at Lebanon. She m. 22 Feb.,<br />

1797, Chandler Woodw<strong>or</strong>th of Bozrah, and d. 25 Sept., 1811,<br />

s.p.; and he d. 28 Aug., 1844, at Bozrah.<br />

V. Bazaleel <strong>Hyde</strong> (129), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 29<br />

May, 1719, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Daniel <strong>Hyde</strong> (23) and Abigail<br />

"Wattles, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He m. 13 Jan., 1743, Mehitable P<strong>or</strong>ter, b.<br />

26 Sept., 1725, at Lebanon, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Nathaniel<br />

P<strong>or</strong>ter and Eunice H<strong>or</strong>ton of Lebanon. She d.<br />

10 April, 1791, at Lebanon, where he d. 4 April, 1800, at<br />

<strong>the</strong> age of 80.<br />

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<strong>The</strong>ir cMldren loere<br />

:<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

680. Nathaniel, b. at Lebanon. He m. Lucretia Johnson, and settled<br />

and died at Lebanon Crank.<br />

681. Joshua, b. at Lebanon. He m. Es<strong>the</strong>r Evitt, and had three<br />

children : Joshua, Es<strong>the</strong>r and Lucy.<br />

682. Oliver Crom<strong>well</strong>, b. at Lebanon, m. Mary Lee.+<br />

683. Mehitable, b. at Lebanon, m. 1 Eliphalet Phelps, 2 James<br />

Woodw<strong>or</strong>th.+<br />

684. Eunice, b. about 1748, at Lebanon, m. Elisha Hutch<strong>in</strong>son.f<br />

685. Lucy, b. at Lebanon.<br />

686. Lucretia, b. <strong>in</strong> 1752, at Lebanon, m. Josiah Buel.t<br />

V, Capt. Walter <strong>Hyde</strong> (133), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn.,<br />

17 Feb., 1735, <strong>the</strong> fifth son of Daniel <strong>Hyde</strong> (23) and Abigail<br />

Wattles of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samnel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. Sarah Bissell, b. 13<br />

Oct., 1734, at Lebanon, daughter of Benjam<strong>in</strong> Bissell and<br />

Sarah Wattles of Lebanon. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon,<br />

where she died.<br />

His children hy her were :<br />

687. Daniel, ) i, i Tvr v i-cp xt f m. Mary <strong>Hyde</strong>.-f-<br />

-^ non • • -n > b. 1 March, 1/56, at L., ^,<br />

-^ ^/ , ,.<br />

' '<br />

' 688. iienjam<strong>in</strong>, ( m.Jlary Olmstead.t<br />

j<br />

689. Zerviah F., bap. 24 May, 1758, at Lebanon. She m. her third<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, William <strong>Hyde</strong> (1271), son of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (288)<br />

and Abigail Langrell. {See No. 1271.)<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his fii-st wife, Walter <strong>Hyde</strong> (133) m.<br />

Sarah Wattles, b. 26 Jan., 1747, at Lebanon, daughter of<br />

William Wattles and Abigail Denison of Lebanon. He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> capta<strong>in</strong> of a company of volunteers <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> army of <strong>the</strong><br />

revolution and d. at Greenwich <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> city of New Y<strong>or</strong>k,<br />

18 Sept., 1776. She d. 4 Aug., 1783.<br />

His only child hy her w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

690. Sarah, b. at Lebanon, m. Capt. Jesse Lester.+<br />

V. Charles <strong>Hyde</strong> (134), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 8<br />

Oct., 1748, <strong>the</strong> youngest son of Daniel <strong>Hyde</strong> (23) and<br />

Abigail Wattles, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of<br />

<strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 19 May, 1768, Mary Abel<br />

(2421), b. 18 Nov., 1747, at Lebanon, <strong>the</strong> third daughter of<br />

his third cous<strong>in</strong> Caleb Abel (566) and Mary Clark of Lebanon.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where she d. 8 July, 1790.<br />

His children hy her were :<br />

691. Simon, b. 24 Feb., 1769, at Lebanon, m. Pameha Vaughan.i


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HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

692. Dan, b. 10 March, 1771, at Lebanon, d. 10 June, 1789.<br />

693. David Abel, b. IG Aug., 1772, at Lebanon, m. Margaret Burt.f<br />

694. Walter, b. 25 Jan., 1776, at Lebanon, ni. 1<br />

Eunice Smith.<br />

Hannah Smith, 2<br />

695. Charles, b. 23 Feb., 1780, at Lebanon, m. 1 Sarah Smith, 2<br />

Joanna Pierce.f<br />

696. Mary, b. 12 March, 1774, at Lebanon, ni. Obadiah Isham.f<br />

697. Sarah, b. 11 Nov., 1777, at Lebanon. She m. Stephen Kim-<br />

698.<br />

ball of Ashf<strong>or</strong>d, and had three sons and three daughters.<br />

Rhoda, b. 6 April, 1783, at Lebanon, d. 25 March, 1840, unm.<br />

699. Lydia, b. 26 June, 1786, at Lebanon. She w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at<br />

Gilead, <strong>in</strong> Hebron, <strong>in</strong> 1859, unm.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife he m. Roxanna Rogers,<br />

daughter of Daniel Rogers, of W<strong>in</strong>dham. He d. 1 May,<br />

1839, at Lebanon.<br />

His children hy her icere :<br />

700. Dan, b. 13 Aug., 1803, at Lebanon, d. <strong>in</strong> 1810.<br />

701. Am<strong>as</strong>a, b. 29 Jan., 1807, at Lebanon. He m. 5 July, 1830,<br />

Irene Lewis of Lebanon.<br />

702. Daniel, b. 2 May, 1813, at Lebanon.<br />

703. Prudy, b. 26 March, 1802, at Lebanon, d. 6 June, 1803.<br />

704. Prudy 2d, b. 2 May, 1805, at Lebanon. She m. Champion<br />

of Willamantic.<br />

705. Hannah, b. 29 May, 1809, at Lebanon.<br />

706. Harriet, b. 6 June, 1811, at Lebanon.<br />

707. Olive, b. 21 March, 1816, at Lebanon.<br />

V. Abigail <strong>Hyde</strong> (137), b<strong>or</strong>n at I^<strong>or</strong>-^dch, Conn., 2 Oct.,<br />

1723, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of Daniel Hj'de (23) and Abigail<br />

Wattles, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel H^^de (4) of<br />

<strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 27 Sept., 1742, Capt. Jedediah<br />

Lathrop, b. 4 Jan., 1718, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, third son of<br />

Israel Lathrop and Mary Fellows, of N<strong>or</strong>wich {see No.<br />

1083). <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 1 Oct., 1751.<br />

His cliildren hy her were :<br />

708. Israel, b. 30 April, 1743, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 2 Oct., 1760.<br />

709. Jedediah, b. 9 Feb., 1747, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. Almy Gardner<br />

IS Dec, 1769, and had a son, William, b 30 Sept., 1771.<br />

710. Ephraim, b. 22 July, 1749, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 13 Oct., 1798, unm.<br />

711. Daniel H., b. 14 Sept., 1751, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 23 Sept., 1751.<br />

712. Mary, b. 23 April, 1745, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Eli<strong>as</strong> West.+<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n ra. 18 May, 1752, Jemima Birchard (408), b.<br />

13 Feb., 1729, daughter of John Birchard and Jane <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

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(57) of N<strong>or</strong>wicli. He cl. 9 June, 1792, at Bozrali, wliere<br />

she d. 1 Sept., 1789.<br />

His children Lt/ her were :<br />

712 a. Daniel, b. 31 July, 1753, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 4 Nov., 1773.<br />

713. Uriah, b. 12 May, 1755, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. Tracy of<br />

Bozrah, and settled at Pittsfield, N. Y.<br />

714. Zepheniah, b. 9 March, 1760, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Rachel Wood<br />

(2568 i), and settled at Hadley, M<strong>as</strong>s.<br />

715. Israel, b. 18 Nov., 1770, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. Probably m, 18 Nov.,<br />

1794, Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Lathrop, b. 23 March, 1770, dau. of Capt.<br />

Andrew Lathrop.<br />

716. Abigail, b. 24 Feb., 1757, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joseph Fish, and<br />

removed to Pittstown, N. Y., and had a large family.<br />

717. Phebe, b. 1 July, 1762, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. John Garduer.f<br />

718. Olive, b. 13 July, 1764, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joshua Stark.f<br />

719. Jemima, b. 31 Dec, 1767, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 28 Oct., 1789,<br />

Lemuel Gardner.+<br />

V. Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (138), b<strong>or</strong>n at N^<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 25<br />

Dec., 1728, tlie third daughter of Daniel <strong>Hyde</strong> (23) and<br />

Abigail "Wattles, w<strong>as</strong> a granddanghter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Latlirop,<br />

b. 28 March, 1721, son of Benjam<strong>in</strong> Lathrop and Mary<br />

Adgate, of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and grandson of Israel Lathrop and<br />

Eebecca Bliss, of K {see No. 1083).<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

720. Mat<strong>the</strong>w, of whom I know noth<strong>in</strong>g m<strong>or</strong>e.<br />

721. Walter. He prob. m. 13 May, 1779, and had eight children :<br />

1. iTajma/i, b. 25 Feb., 1780. 2. TFea?%, b. 27 July, 1782,<br />

d. 1783. 3. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 24 June, 1784. 4. Wealthy 2d,<br />

b. 27 July, 1786. 5. Daniel, b. 23 March, 1789. 6. Mar-<br />

tha, b. 4 July, 1792. 7. Rodney, b. 15 April, 1794. 8.<br />

Elizaheth, b. 26 July, 1800, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

723. Asa. He prob. m. 17 Sept., 1782, Alice Fox, and settled at<br />

Bozrah, and had seven children : 1. Abigail, b. 8 Feb., 1783,<br />

d. 1790. 2. James, b. 17 June, 1785. 3. Susan, b. 7<br />

Nov., 1787. 4. Wcdter, b. 12 May, 1790. 5. Ahigail 2d,<br />

b. 10 June, 1793. 6. Alice, b. 2 Jan., 1795. And 7. Asa,<br />

b. 2 March, 1799.<br />

y. Prudence <strong>Hyde</strong> (141), b<strong>or</strong>n at JST<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 2<br />

Oct., 1743, <strong>the</strong> youngest daughter of Daniel <strong>Hyde</strong> (23) and<br />

Abigail "Wattles, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 9 Nov., 1709, William<br />

Throop, b. 9 March, 1743, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, New Conc<strong>or</strong>d So-


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ciety, now Bozrah, son of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Tliroop, <strong>the</strong><br />

first m<strong>in</strong>ister of that society.<br />

[<strong>The</strong> Rev. B. Throop w<strong>as</strong> h. 9 June, 1712, at Lebanon,<br />

gracUiated at Yale, 1734 ; w<strong>as</strong> settled at Bozrah <strong>in</strong> Jan.,<br />

1738, and d. <strong>the</strong>re, 16 Sept., 1785.]<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Bozrah, where he w<strong>as</strong> a member of <strong>the</strong><br />

legislature. <strong>The</strong>y removed to Middleburgh, N. Y., where<br />

she d. 1(3 Feb., 1813, and he d. 23 Feb., 1815.<br />

'<strong>The</strong>ir cliildren loere<br />

:<br />

724. H<strong>or</strong>ace, b. 14 Oct., 1772, at Bozrali, married; but I have no<br />

fur<strong>the</strong>r <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation <strong>as</strong> to him <strong>or</strong> his family.<br />

725. Daniel <strong>Hyde</strong>, b. 23 Aug., 1774, at Bozrah. He m. 2 Sept.,<br />

1798, Margaret Birchard, and d. 6 Oct., 1811, <strong>in</strong> Genesee<br />

county, N. Y.<br />

72G. Jabez West, b. 26 Aug., 1776, at Bozrah, m. Pamelia West.+<br />

727. William, b. 28 Sept., 1779, at Bozrah. He m. and settled<br />

near B<strong>in</strong>ghamton, N. Y.<br />

728. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Scrope, b. 3 Oct., 1784, at Bozrah, d. 22 July, 1786.<br />

729. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, b. 9 Jan., 1787, at Bozrah. He m. Lydia Eoote, and<br />

lived at Hamilton, N. Y.<br />

730. Phebe, b. 1 March, 1771, at Bozrah, m. William T. Avery.f<br />

731. Wealthy, b. 25 Feb., 1781, at Bozrah, m. Josiah Patterson.-l-<br />

V. Andrew <strong>Hyde</strong> (142), b<strong>or</strong>n at E"<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms<br />

(now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 10 Sept., 1732, <strong>the</strong> eldest sou of<br />

Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong> (24) and Ruth Tracy, of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He<br />

m. 21 Aug., 1755, Hannah Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 3 Sept., 1733, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Ebenezer Thom<strong>as</strong> of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his first wife, Hannah H<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>s (see No. 41).<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, and about 1760 removed to<br />

Lenox, M<strong>as</strong>s., where <strong>the</strong>y probably both died: but I have<br />

not <strong>the</strong> dates of <strong>the</strong>ir deaths.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loere<br />

733. Andrew, b. 15 Sept., 1757, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He married and<br />

settled at Lenox, M<strong>as</strong>s.<br />

734. Adolphus, b. at Lenox, and died unm.<br />

735. Elizabeth, b. 7 Oct., 1759, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Rob<strong>in</strong>son<br />

of W<strong>or</strong>th<strong>in</strong>gton, M<strong>as</strong>s.<br />

736. Hannah, b. at Lenox. She m. L<strong>in</strong>us Parker of Lenox.<br />

737. Par<strong>the</strong>nia, b. at Lenox. She m. Hoyt of Conn.<br />

738. Lucretia, b. at Lenox. She m. 1 Hardy <strong>or</strong> Hibby of<br />

Lenox, 2 Davis, and went to New Berl<strong>in</strong>, N. Y.<br />

V. Maj<strong>or</strong> Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong> (143), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich West<br />

Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 17 Jan., 1735, <strong>the</strong> second<br />

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Bon of Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong> (24) and Rutli Tracy of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong><br />

a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> tlnrd o'eneration.<br />

He m. 24 Feb., 1757, Mary Clark, b. 13 March, 1738,<br />

daughter of Gershoni Clark and Es<strong>the</strong>r Strong, of Lebanon.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where he w<strong>as</strong> a wealthy<br />

and respectable farmer, and f<strong>or</strong> many years represented<br />

<strong>the</strong> town of Lebanon <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> state legislature. He took an<br />

active part <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> revolutionary struggle ; and w<strong>as</strong> one of<br />

<strong>the</strong> confidential friends of <strong>the</strong> first Gov. Jonathan Trumbull<br />

of Conn. He w<strong>as</strong> an oflicer of cavalry <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> service<br />

of <strong>the</strong> United States, f<strong>or</strong> some time dur<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> revolution.<br />

He d. at Lebanon<br />

1813.<br />

31 Dec, 1800. His wife d. 30 April,<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children %oere :<br />

739. Elijah Clark, b. 14 June, 1758, at Lebanon, m. 1 Sarah Tay-<br />

740.<br />

l<strong>or</strong>, 2 Ann <strong>Hyde</strong>.f<br />

Zabdiel, b. 4 June, 1762, at Lebanon, m. Mary Lyman.<br />

741. Gersliom C., b. 30 June, 1768, at Lebanon, m. Jemima G-uthrie.+<br />

742. Oliver (tw<strong>in</strong>), b. 22 Feb., 1774, at Lebanon, d. 22 Feb., 1775.<br />

748.<br />

>^tA<br />

744.<br />

Es<strong>the</strong>r, ) , on t itpa .. t ( d. 3 June, 1762.<br />

'<br />

' TIT ^ b. 20 June, 1760, at L., ^ i<br />

, • -i^<br />

> • Mary, 5 '<br />

j<br />

| m. her second cous<strong>in</strong>, Daniel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (687), <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Walter <strong>Hyde</strong> (133) and<br />

Sarah Bissell. (See Ho. 687.)"<br />

745. Es<strong>the</strong>r 2d, b. 8 June, 1764, at Lebanon, m. Benj. B. Fitch.t<br />

746. Mel<strong>in</strong>da, b. 10 March, 1766, at Lebanon, d. 3 Oct., 1785, unm.<br />

747. lihoda, b. 23 March, 1770, at Lebanon. She m. 1 her third<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, John <strong>Hyde</strong> (981), second son of Asa <strong>Hyde</strong> (214)<br />

and Lucy French of Lisbon, 2 James Braman. (^SVe No. 981.)<br />

748. Lucy, b. 25 Dec, 1771, at Lebanon, d. 22 June, 1811, at<br />

Lebanon, unm.<br />

749. Cynthia, b. 18 June, 1776, at Lebanon, m. John Gilbert.-f-<br />

750. Olive (tw<strong>in</strong>), b. 22 Feb., 1774, at Lebanon. She died at<br />

Bath, Me., unm.<br />

V. Gen. Caleb <strong>Hyde</strong> (145), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich West<br />

Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 29 July, 1739, <strong>the</strong> fourth<br />

son of Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong> (24) and Ruth Tracy, of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong><br />

a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation.<br />

He m. <strong>in</strong> 1761, Ehzabeth Sacket, b. 22 Nov., 1742, at<br />

Oblong, N. Y., daughter of Capt. John Sacket, a physician<br />

of Oblong, and niece of Admiral Richard Sacket.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Lenox, M<strong>as</strong>s., <strong>in</strong> 1769. He took an active<br />

part <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> revolution, and <strong>the</strong> names of himself and of his<br />

bro<strong>the</strong>r Moses <strong>Hyde</strong> (148) appear <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> proceed<strong>in</strong>gs of a<br />

meet<strong>in</strong>g at Lenox, <strong>in</strong> 1774, <strong>in</strong> opposition to British aggressions.<br />

He w<strong>as</strong> subsequently sheriff of <strong>the</strong> county of<br />

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Berkshire, M<strong>as</strong>s. He afterwards removed to Lisle, N. Y.,<br />

at what is now called <strong>the</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> settlement, and became<br />

one of <strong>the</strong> lead<strong>in</strong>g public men <strong>in</strong> that part of <strong>the</strong> state.<br />

He w<strong>as</strong> a maj<strong>or</strong>-general of <strong>the</strong> militia; w<strong>as</strong> elected a<br />

senat<strong>or</strong> from <strong>the</strong> western district of 1^. Y. <strong>in</strong> 1803, and <strong>in</strong><br />

Feb., 1804, w<strong>as</strong> chosen by <strong>the</strong> house of <strong>as</strong>sembly <strong>as</strong> one of<br />

<strong>the</strong> members of <strong>the</strong> council of appo<strong>in</strong>tment. His wife d.<br />

6 Jan., 1806. He survived her and d. 25 Dec, 1820, at<br />

Lisle.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loere<br />

751-2. A pair of tw<strong>in</strong>s, b. at Lebanon, died unnamed.<br />

:<br />

753. Charles, b. 12 Feb., 1764, at Lebanon. He w<strong>as</strong> an officer <strong>in</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> army of <strong>the</strong> U. S. and a lawyer. He settled at Natchez,<br />

and d. 3 Oct., 1806, unm.<br />

754. Caleb, b. 6 Aug., 1765, at Lebanon, m. Rhoda Steel.f<br />

755. Chauncey, b. 29 Jan., 1769, at Lebanon, m. Alice Stoughton.t<br />

756. Calv<strong>in</strong>, b. 9 Feb., 1770, at Lenox, m. Amney Stanley.t<br />

757. Elijah, b. 2 July, 1777, at Lenox, d. 13 Feb., 1790.<br />

758. John, b. 15 Jan., 1779, at Lenox, d. 19 May, 1779.<br />

759. Ebby, b. 27 Jan., 1781, at Lenox, m. Elizabeth Osb<strong>or</strong>ne.t<br />

760. Clarissa, b. 17 April, 1767, at Lebanon, m. Josiah L. Patterson.<br />

761. Elizabeth, b. 3 Nov., 1772, at Lenox. She m. Thom<strong>as</strong> Steel<br />

of Lenox, and d. 15 May, 1797. Had one child, Chancei/,<br />

who d. aged 22, unm.<br />

762. Ruth, b. 16 May, 1774, at Lenox, m. Abram W. Sedgwick.f<br />

763. Prudence, b. 2 Nov., 1775, at Lenox, m. William WoodruflF.f<br />

764. Harriet, b. 18 Feb., 1784, at Lenox, m. Isaac Foote.f<br />

765. Mel<strong>in</strong>da, b. 16 Dec, 1786, at Lenox. She m. about 1804,<br />

James Park of Broome county, N. Y., and removed to Simcoe,<br />

C. W., and had five children : 1. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, W. 2. John.<br />

3. Carol<strong>in</strong>e, m. McPherson. 4. Maria. 5. Eliza.<br />

She and most of <strong>the</strong>ir children were liv<strong>in</strong>g at Waterf<strong>or</strong>d, 0.<br />

W., <strong>in</strong> 1857.<br />

V. ZiNA <strong>Hyde</strong> (146), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 2 April,<br />

1741, <strong>the</strong> fifth son of Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong> (24) and Ruth Tracy, of<br />

Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He m. 30 ISTov., 1769, Sarah Goodw<strong>in</strong>, b. 31<br />

May, 1749, at Lebanon, daughter of Jonathan Goodw<strong>in</strong><br />

and Sarah C<strong>as</strong>e of Lebanon. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon,<br />

where she d. 4 Aug., 1783. He w<strong>as</strong> a farmer.<br />

His children hy her xoerc :<br />

766. Er<strong>as</strong>tus, b. 31 Aug., 1771, at Lebanon, d. 20 April, 1774.<br />

767. Jonathan, b. 20 July, 1772, at Lebanon, m. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Thom<strong>as</strong>.<br />

768. Er<strong>as</strong>tus 2d, b. 30 July, 1777, at Lebanon, d. 24 Aug., 1777.<br />

769. Sarah, b. 23 Feb., 1775, at Lebanon, m. Rev. J. Belden.t<br />

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770. Wealthy, b. 27 July, 1778, at Lebanon, d. 28 July, 1783.<br />

771. Philomela, b. 29 March, 1782, at Lebanon, d. 27 May, 1783.<br />

After tke deatli of liis first wife, lie m. 24 Feb., 1785,<br />

Loi-s Bosw<strong>or</strong>tli, b. 7 Oct., 1751, at Chatham, daughter of<br />

Oliver Bosw<strong>or</strong>th, of Chatham. He d. 13 Jan., 1796, at<br />

Lebanon. She survived and d. 3 Oct., 1840, at Bath, Me.<br />

Jlis children hy her were :<br />

772. Z<strong>in</strong>a, b. 14 Oct., 1787, at Lebanon, m. 1 Hannah Buck, 2<br />

Elean<strong>or</strong> M. Little.-i"<br />

773. Er<strong>as</strong>tus 3d, b. 9 Nov., 1790, at Lebanon, d. 1812, at sea, unm.<br />

774. Wealthy 2d, b. 1 Dec, 1785, at Lebanon, d. 12 July, 1809,<br />

at Lebanon, unm.<br />

V. Capt. Elipiialet <strong>Hyde</strong> (147), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon,<br />

Conn., 9 May, 1744, <strong>the</strong> sixth son of Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong> (24) and<br />

Ruth Tracy of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He. m. 20 May, 1766, Naoma<br />

Fl<strong>in</strong>t, b. <strong>in</strong> 1745, at Farm<strong>in</strong>gtou, Conn. <strong>The</strong>y settled at<br />

Lebanon, where she d. 21 March, 1768.<br />

His only child hy her w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

775. Abel, b. 8 May, 1767, at Lebanon, m. Cloe .f<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, he m. Abigail W<strong>as</strong>hburn,<br />

fie w<strong>as</strong> an oflicer <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> army of <strong>the</strong> revolution.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Whit<strong>in</strong>gham, Vt. ; and he w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> first<br />

town clerk of that town. In <strong>the</strong> fall of 1780 <strong>the</strong>y removed<br />

to Pittstown, ]Sr. Y., where she d. previous to 1816. He<br />

survived her and d. <strong>in</strong> March, 1825, at Spaflbrd, N. Y.<br />

His children hy her icere<br />

+<br />

776. Eliphalet, b. 21 Sept., 1778, at Whit<strong>in</strong>gham, m. Jane Walker.-l-<br />

777. Timothy, b. 4 Aug., 1780, at Whit<strong>in</strong>gham, m. Philena F<strong>or</strong>d.f<br />

778. Elijah, |i iQn f 17qj. fP f m. Eunice Hall.<br />

^-<br />

779. Ebenezer,<br />

^^ ^'*^^-' ^'*^' '"^^•'<br />

j<br />

| m. 1 Lucy Nichols, 2 Han-<br />

780.<br />

nah Whitman.<br />

Naoma, b. 1775, at Whit<strong>in</strong>gham. She m. John Badger, and<br />

died at Cooperstown. She had one son, Orestes.<br />

781. Ruth, b. 12 May, 1777, at Whit<strong>in</strong>gham, m. Thom<strong>as</strong> K<strong>in</strong>g.f<br />

782. Lucy, b. 17 Aug., 1783, at Pittstown, m. Alexander Blanchard.f<br />

V. Moses <strong>Hyde</strong> (148), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 11 Sept.,<br />

1751, <strong>the</strong> seventh son of Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong> (24) and Euth Tracy<br />

of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong><br />

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third generation. He m. 6 Dec, 1787, Sarah Dana, of<br />

Lebanon, where <strong>the</strong>y settled. In 1796, <strong>the</strong>y removed to<br />

Middleburgh, N. Y., where he purch<strong>as</strong>ed a farm and lost<br />

it from a defect <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> title. <strong>The</strong>y <strong>the</strong>n removed <strong>in</strong> 1812,<br />

to Livonia, K Y., where he d. <strong>in</strong> 1828.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

: :<br />

783. Lewis, who married and settled at Southfield, Micli., wliere he<br />

died and left a family.<br />

783 a. Milton married, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at Grand Rapids, Mich., <strong>in</strong><br />

1856, and had a family.<br />

784. Melissa married William Sprague, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at Alexander,<br />

N. Y., <strong>in</strong> 1856.<br />

784 a. Fanny married Warren Kneeland, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at Ho<strong>well</strong>,<br />

Mich., <strong>in</strong> 1856.<br />

V. Ebenezek <strong>Hyde</strong> (149), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 26<br />

Nov., 1753, <strong>the</strong> youngest son of Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong> (24) and Ruth<br />

Tracy, of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of<br />

<strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 17 N"ov.,#1776, Lucy Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton,<br />

b. 1 June, 1755, at l^<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter of Jonathan<br />

Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton and Eunice Lathrop of IsT<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled<br />

at Lebanon. He w<strong>as</strong> <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> army of <strong>the</strong> revolution ;<br />

w<strong>as</strong> taken prisoner, and d. 1781, on board <strong>the</strong> Jersey prison<br />

ship. She d. May, 1833.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children tvere<br />

785. Elizabeth, b. 15 March, 1778, at Lebanon. She m. 22 July,<br />

1804, Capt. John French, b. 17 Sept., 1762, at New London,<br />

and prob. d., s. p., <strong>in</strong> 1806. His first wife, Mary Groddard,<br />

d. 6 Feb., 1800, at New London, leav<strong>in</strong>g a daughter.<br />

786. Eunice, b. 29 Oct., 1779, at Lebanon. She m. Jabez Kelly<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y lived at N<strong>or</strong>wich, and had one <strong>or</strong> m<strong>or</strong>e<br />

children, whose names I have not been able to <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>.<br />

V. Ruth <strong>Hyde</strong> (151), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 5 May,<br />

1746, <strong>the</strong> youngest daughter of Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong> (24) and Ruth<br />

Tracy of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m" 17 April, 1768, Capt.<br />

Andrew Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, b. 9 June, 1747, at Lebanon, third<br />

son of Simon Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of Lebanon, who married Sarah<br />

Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of N<strong>or</strong>wich (who survived her first husband<br />

and m. Capt. Dan Throop, of Lebanon). Capt. Andrew<br />

Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton w<strong>as</strong> a farmer. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon,<br />

where he d. 15 July, 1811. His wife survived him and d.<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1825.


78<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

787. Simon, b. 18 Feb., 1769, at Lebanon, m. Sarali Fitch.+<br />

788. Azel, b. 25 Oct., 1770, at Lebanon, m. Hannah Rob<strong>in</strong>son.t<br />

789. Elijah, b. 18 Nov., 1772, at Lebanon, m. Eunice Fr<strong>in</strong>k of<br />

Lebanon. He w<strong>as</strong> a clothier. <strong>The</strong>y removed to Carlisle,<br />

N. Y., where he d. 14 July, 1843, s. p. His wife survived<br />

790.<br />

him, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at Carlisle <strong>in</strong> 1857.<br />

Ebenezer, b. 14 Feb., 1775, at Lebanon, m. Mehitabel Swift.+<br />

791.<br />

792.<br />

Roger, b. 4 March, 1782, at Lebanon, d. 22 Aug., 1783.<br />

Jabez, b. 6 Aug., 1784, at Lebanon. He resided at Lebanon,<br />

and d. 12 Nov., 1832, unm.<br />

793. Ros<strong>well</strong>, b. 14 Sept., 1786, at Lebanon, m. Sophia Williams<br />

794.<br />

Tracy (3775).-l-<br />

John, b. 27 May, 1789, at Lebanon, d. 16 April, 1791.<br />

795. Andrew, b. 31 May, 1791, at Lebanon, m. Mary Chipman.t<br />

796. Sarah, b. 9 June, 1777, at Lebanon, m. Joseph Rock<strong>well</strong>.<br />

797. Eunice, b. 30 July, 17 79, at Lebanon, m. Ebenezer Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton.-!-<br />

V. Joshua <strong>Hyde</strong> (153), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 7 Feb.,<br />

1727, <strong>the</strong> second daugbter of Capt. Caleb <strong>Hyde</strong> (25) and<br />

Mary Blackman, ^ Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 1750, his first<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, lihoda Coll<strong>in</strong>s (187), b. 3 May, 1731, at Litchfield,<br />

daughter of <strong>the</strong> Kev. Timothy Coll<strong>in</strong>s and Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(29). <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon and were <strong>the</strong>re <strong>as</strong> late <strong>as</strong><br />

Sept., 1753, when <strong>the</strong>ir second child w<strong>as</strong> baptised. He<br />

died <strong>in</strong> 1758, at Litchfield.<br />

Her children hy Mm were :<br />

798. Lu<strong>the</strong>r, b. 25 Sept., 1751, at Lebanon.<br />

799. Lewis C, b. 3 July, 1753, at Lebanon. He lived at Litchfield,<br />

had epileptic fits, and died unm.<br />

800. Joshua, b. 27 July, 1758, at Litchfield.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of her first husband, Ehoda Coll<strong>in</strong>s m.<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1759, Asa Hopk<strong>in</strong>s, b. 13 Nov., 1742, at Litchfield, son<br />

of Asa Hopk<strong>in</strong>s and Abigail Harris, of Litchfield. He d.<br />

18 Sept., 1766, at Litchfield.<br />

Her only child hy him lo<strong>as</strong> :<br />

801. Rhoda, b. 1 Nov., 1759, at Litchfield. She m. 16 Feb., 1780,<br />

Elijah Wadsw<strong>or</strong>th, b. 14 Nov., 1747, son of Joseph Wadsw<strong>or</strong>th<br />

and Elizabeth his wife. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Litchfield,<br />

and had three children rec<strong>or</strong>ded <strong>the</strong>re : 1. Henry, b. 11 Oct.,<br />

1782. 2. Rhoda, b. 13 Feb., 1784. And 3. Frederick, b.<br />

7 March, 1786. This Elijah Wadsw<strong>or</strong>th w<strong>as</strong> probably <strong>the</strong><br />

one who w<strong>as</strong> deputy sheriff" and jailer at Litchfield <strong>in</strong> 1792.<br />

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After <strong>the</strong> death of her second husband, Rlioda Coll<strong>in</strong>s<br />

m. Fitch. He d. previous to 1773,<br />

802. Joseph.<br />

Her child I?/ him w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of her third husband, Ehoda Coll<strong>in</strong>s m.<br />

7 June, 1773, Abijah Peck; whose first wife d. 1 Sept.,<br />

1772.<br />

Her children hy him were :<br />

803. Abijah, b. 5 Feb., 1776, at Litchfield.<br />

804. Keturah, b. 22 Jan., 1774, at Litchfield.<br />

I have not been able to trace any of <strong>the</strong> children of<br />

Rhoda Coll<strong>in</strong>s (187), by ei<strong>the</strong>r of her husbands, any fur<strong>the</strong>r.<br />

I th<strong>in</strong>k it probable, that one of her sons by her first husband<br />

Joshua <strong>Hyde</strong> (153), may have settled at Sharon,<br />

Conn., and have been <strong>the</strong> fa<strong>the</strong>r of Dan <strong>Hyde</strong>, Walter<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong>, and David <strong>Hyde</strong>, three of <strong>the</strong> early settlers of Auburn,<br />

N. Y., and of <strong>the</strong>ir sisters, Laura <strong>Hyde</strong>, who m.<br />

Daniel Kellogg, Esq., of Skaneateles, and Sarah <strong>Hyde</strong>,<br />

who m. Dr. Joseph Cole, of Auburn. I have not however<br />

been able to connect those Auburn <strong>Hyde</strong>s, who I believe<br />

came from Sharon, ei<strong>the</strong>r with Lu<strong>the</strong>r <strong>Hyde</strong>, <strong>or</strong> Joshua<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong>, <strong>the</strong> sons of Joshua <strong>Hyde</strong> and Rhoda Coll<strong>in</strong>s ; <strong>or</strong><br />

with David <strong>Hyde</strong> (158) <strong>the</strong> only child of David <strong>Hyde</strong> (26)<br />

and Ala<strong>the</strong>a Bradf<strong>or</strong>d of Lebanon. <strong>The</strong>y may have been<br />

descended from Humphrey <strong>Hyde</strong>, who came from England,<br />

removed to W<strong>in</strong>ds<strong>or</strong>, and settled at Fairfield <strong>in</strong> 1655.<br />

y. William <strong>Hyde</strong> (159), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 8 April,<br />

1730, <strong>the</strong> eldest sou of Ebenezer <strong>Hyde</strong> (27) and D<strong>or</strong>othy<br />

Throop of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. about 1757, Abigail W<strong>or</strong>th<br />

<strong>the</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where <strong>the</strong>y had two children rec<strong>or</strong>ded<br />

to <strong>the</strong>m.<br />

TJieir children loere<br />

805. Ebenezer, b. 26 Nov., 1759, at Lebanon.<br />

806. Judith, b. 17 April, 1758, at Lebanon.<br />

:<br />

V. Ebenezer <strong>Hyde</strong> (161), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 10<br />

Sept., 1732, third son of Ebenezer <strong>Hyde</strong> (27) and D<strong>or</strong>othy<br />

Throop of L., w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong><br />

;


80<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

third generation. He m. Plaebe . Tliey settled at<br />

Lebanon, where he died bef<strong>or</strong>e <strong>the</strong> 26 Dec, 1755 ; when<br />

adm<strong>in</strong>istration on his estate w<strong>as</strong> granted.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir only child w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

807. A daugliter, b. at Lebanon, wlio m. William Lisk, and settled<br />

at Lebanon, wliere he d. 27 June, 1808. She had previously<br />

separated from him, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g vfith some of <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

children near Cooperstown. 1 have no fur<strong>the</strong>r account of<br />

this Ebenezer <strong>Hyde</strong>, and his family, <strong>or</strong> of his <strong>descendants</strong>,<br />

except that William Lisk and wife had a son, Dan Lisk^ who<br />

married and had a family. He may have been <strong>the</strong> husband<br />

of Abigail Waterman. '{See JVo. 1103.)<br />

V. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah <strong>Hyde</strong> (163), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 16<br />

Oct., 1734, <strong>the</strong> eklest daughter of Ebenezer <strong>Hyde</strong> (27) by<br />

his first wife, D<strong>or</strong>othy Tliroop of Lel^anon, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She<br />

m. 11 May, 1758, Amos Rob<strong>in</strong>son, of Lebanon. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at L. and had <strong>the</strong> follow<strong>in</strong>g children rec<strong>or</strong>ded to<br />

<strong>the</strong>m <strong>the</strong>re. I have no fur<strong>the</strong>r account of <strong>the</strong>m.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

808. Artem<strong>as</strong>, b. 6 Jan., 1761, at Lebanon.<br />

809. Amos, b. 30 May, 1765, at Lebanon.<br />

810. Pamela, b. 29 March, 1759, at Lebanon.<br />

811. Elizabeth, b. 29 July, 1762, at Lebanon.<br />

812. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 30 May, 1765, at Lebanon (tw<strong>in</strong> of Amos), d. 11<br />

June, 1769.<br />

813. Cynthia, b. 9 Aug., 1767, at Lebanon, d. 11 June, 1769.<br />

Amos Rob<strong>in</strong>son had previously m. at E"<strong>or</strong>wich a wife<br />

whose christian name w<strong>as</strong> Lydia, and had by her one child,<br />

Reuben, b. 18 March, 1751, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

Y. John Brown (170), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 20 Dec,<br />

1714, eldest son of Ebenezer Brown and Sarah <strong>Hyde</strong> (28),<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation.<br />

He d. 29 May, 1799. I f<strong>in</strong>d no account of his children.<br />

Though I f<strong>in</strong>d that a John Brown m. 8 Aug., 1734, Ruth<br />

Rogers, of I^ew London ; and thatFlavius Waterman, b. 17<br />

Aug., 1736, m. Lydia Brown, a daughter ofJohn Brown, and<br />

that some deeds of laud p<strong>as</strong>sed between that John Brown<br />

and his son-<strong>in</strong>-law. But <strong>the</strong>re w<strong>as</strong> ano<strong>the</strong>r John Brown<br />

of Lebanon, b<strong>or</strong>n 17 Jan., 1723, who w<strong>as</strong> a son of Samuel<br />

Brown, who ra. Joanna Loomis, at Lebanon, <strong>in</strong> 1721.<br />

i


HYDE GENEALOGY. gl<br />

Flav<strong>in</strong>s Waterman and Lydla Brown, had a son Parisimus,<br />

b. 27 Oct., 17G2.<br />

V. Joseph Brown (171), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 30<br />

June, 1717, <strong>the</strong> second son of Ebenezer Brown and Sarah<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (28) of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Bamnel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(4) of <strong>the</strong> thh-d generation. He m. 13 Dec, 1736, Eunice<br />

Allen, b<strong>or</strong>n at New London. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon,<br />

where <strong>the</strong>y had four children rec<strong>or</strong>ded to <strong>the</strong>m.<br />

Those children were<br />

: :<br />

814. Elisha, b. 11 Jan., 1744, at Lebanon.<br />

815. Abiah, b. 9 Sept., 1741, at Lebanon.<br />

816. Sarah, b. 5 June, 1753, at Lebanon.<br />

817. Kachel, b. 14 Aug., 1755, at Lebanon.<br />

V. Daniel Brown (172,) b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, third son of<br />

Ebenezer Brown and Sarah <strong>Hyde</strong> (28) of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He<br />

m. 17 Jan., 1745, Lucy Owen, and died at Lebanon previous<br />

to <strong>the</strong> distribution of his fa<strong>the</strong>r's estate ; and his<br />

share w<strong>as</strong> distributed to his son.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir only child iv<strong>as</strong><br />

818. Ebenezer, b. 23 Aug., 1745, at Lebanon.<br />

V. Lydia Brown (173), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 19<br />

March, 1720, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Ebenezer Brown and'<br />

Sarah <strong>Hyde</strong> (28) of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of.<strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 16 Jan., 1752,<br />

<strong>the</strong> widowed husband of her first cous<strong>in</strong> Mary <strong>Hyde</strong> (156),<br />

liob<strong>in</strong>son, b. 12 Dec, 1720, at Duxbury, M<strong>as</strong>s.,<br />

<strong>the</strong> youngest son of <strong>the</strong> Rev. John Rob<strong>in</strong>son and Hannah<br />

I<br />

I Ichabod<br />

I<br />

i "Wiswall of Duxburj' , and afterwards of Lebanon {see No.<br />

I 25,<br />

<strong>as</strong> to 3Iarij <strong>Hyde</strong>).<br />

[This John Rob<strong>in</strong>son w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> D<strong>or</strong>chester, M<strong>as</strong>s., <strong>in</strong><br />

\<br />

i 1671, and w<strong>as</strong> son of Samuel Rob<strong>in</strong>son and Mary Baker,<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of William Rob<strong>in</strong>son, who came to<br />

I<br />

this country about 1636, and settled at D<strong>or</strong>chester. John,<br />

I <strong>the</strong> grandson, graduated at Harvard <strong>in</strong> 1695, and w<strong>as</strong> settled<br />

<strong>as</strong> m<strong>in</strong>ister of <strong>the</strong> church at Duxbury <strong>in</strong> 1702. He<br />

M^<strong>as</strong> dismissed <strong>in</strong> 1738, and settled at Lebanon, where he<br />

\<br />

d. 14 Nov., 1745. One of his daughters, Faith Rob<strong>in</strong>son,<br />

j<br />

m. 9 Dec, 1735, Jonathan Trumbull, <strong>the</strong> iirst Govern<strong>or</strong><br />

I<br />

' of that name, b. 12 Oct., 1710, son of Joseph and Hannah<br />

11


82<br />

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Trumbiill, of Lebanon. She d. 29 May, 1780, and her<br />

husband d. 17 Aug., 1785.]<br />

Ichabod Eob<strong>in</strong>sou succeeded to his fa<strong>the</strong>r's homestead<br />

at Lebanon, and d. 20 Jan., 1809, at <strong>the</strong> age of 88 years.<br />

He w<strong>as</strong> a merchant ; and his l<strong>as</strong>t wife d. 2o Aug., 1778.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

.<br />

819. Joseph, b. 4 Nov., 1752, at Lebanon, lived at Lebanon, and d.<br />

27 Aug., 1813, unm.<br />

820. William, b. 15 Aug., 1754, at Lebanon, m. 1 Naomi Wolcott,<br />

2 Anne Mills, 3 Elizabeth N<strong>or</strong>ton.<br />

821. John, b. 26 April, 1760, at Lebanon, m. 1 Abigail Drury, 2<br />

822.<br />

Elizabeth Tiffany.+<br />

Ernest, b. 11 Oct., 1763, at Lebanon, d. 13 Jan., 1765.<br />

823. Mary, b. 28 Dec, 1755, at Lebanon, d. 11 Oct., 1780, at<br />

Lebanon, unm.<br />

824. Lydia, b. 20 Oct., 1757, at Lebanon, d. 23 April, 1825, at<br />

Lebanon, unm.<br />

V. Martha Brown (174), baptized at Lebanon, Conn.,<br />

9 Sept., 1722, second daughter of Ebenezer Brown and<br />

Sarah <strong>Hyde</strong> (28), w<strong>as</strong> a granddaugliter of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. her second cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Elijah M<strong>as</strong>on, of'Lebanon, bap. 12 June, 1715, at Ston<strong>in</strong>gton,<br />

fourth son of Capt. John M<strong>as</strong>on, of S., by his first<br />

wife, Anne M<strong>as</strong>on.<br />

[This Capt, John M<strong>as</strong>on w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> son of Capt. John<br />

M<strong>as</strong>on who w<strong>as</strong> killed <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> swamp fight <strong>in</strong> K<strong>in</strong>g Philip's<br />

war, and his wife, Anne M<strong>as</strong>on, w<strong>as</strong> a daughter of Maj<strong>or</strong><br />

Samuel M<strong>as</strong>on of Ston<strong>in</strong>gton.]<br />

<strong>The</strong>y sttled at Lebanon, where he d. 27 March, 1798,<br />

S. P. and where she d. 27 March, 1805, aged 83 years.<br />

V. Oliver Coll<strong>in</strong>s (180), b<strong>or</strong>n at Litchfield, Conn., 7<br />

March, 1724, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of <strong>the</strong> liev. Timothy Coll<strong>in</strong>s<br />

and Llizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (29), w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He'm. 22 June, 1746, his first<br />

cous<strong>in</strong> Sarah <strong>Hyde</strong> (155), b. 14 Jan., 1729, <strong>the</strong> eldest<br />

daughter of Capt. Caleb <strong>Hyde</strong> (25) and Mary Blackman<br />

of Lebanon. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Litchfield. I have not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed<br />

<strong>the</strong> dates of <strong>the</strong>ir deaths.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir chiklren were :<br />

860. Timothy, b. 16 April, 1748, at Litchfield.<br />

861. Oliver, b. 5 June, 1763, at Litchfield.<br />

862. James, b. 26 April, 1766, at Litchfield.<br />

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HYDE GENEALOGY. 83<br />

863. Mary, b. at Litchfielcl, m. Stephen Baldw<strong>in</strong>.<br />

864. Sarah, b. at Litchfield. She <strong>in</strong>. John J. Gatta, a Hessian sol-<br />

dier. He w<strong>as</strong> a baker, and <strong>the</strong>y settled at Litchfield.<br />

V. Charles Coll<strong>in</strong>s (181), b<strong>or</strong>n at Litchfield, Conn., 5<br />

Aug., 1727, <strong>the</strong> second son of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Timothy Coll<strong>in</strong>s<br />

and Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (29) of Litchtield, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of<br />

Samuel Ifyde (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 18 June,<br />

1752, Anne Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, b. 30 June, 1729, at Lebanon,<br />

<strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of John Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton and Mehitable<br />

Metcalf of Lebanon. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Litchfield South<br />

Farms, where he d. 17 Aug., 179G.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

865. Lewis, b. 29 Oct., 1753, at Litchfield, m. Louisa Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton.<br />

8G6. Charles, b. 14 Aug., 1701, at Litchfield. He w<strong>as</strong> a m<strong>as</strong>on.<br />

and d. about 1803, at Poughkeepsie, unni.<br />

867. Darius, b. 8 Nov., 1769, at Litchfield.<br />

868. David, b. 1 May, 1772, at Litchfield. He married at Colebrook,<br />

settled at Blanf<strong>or</strong>d, died about 1842 ; had a son,<br />

David, and probably o<strong>the</strong>r children.<br />

869. Elizabeth, b. 25 Sept., 1755, at Litchfield, m. James Pierpont.t<br />

870. Lois, ], TT^. -,r.-^ O^l<br />

871.<br />

,T ( m. Robert Pierpont.-!-<br />

•<br />

'^<br />

T7I<br />

I- b. 11 Oct., 1/0/, at L., -i T TT- 1<br />

._<br />

Eunice, j "' ^^"'^ x


g4<br />

t<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

876. Philo, b. 5 Jan., 1761, fit aoslieu, m. Olive Foote.+<br />

877. Timothy, b. 11 Jan., 1769, at Goshen, m. Miriam N<strong>or</strong>ton.f<br />

878. Cyprian, b. 6 Nov., 1770, at Goshen, m. Huldah N<strong>or</strong>ton.<br />

879. Tyranus, b. 28 April, 1775, at Goshen, m. 1 Eliza Goodw<strong>in</strong>,<br />

2 Martha Fairchild.+<br />

880. Triphena, b. 21 Aug., 1757, at Litchfield, m. Abraham Wad-<br />

881.<br />

hams.<br />

Amanda, b. 27, March, 1759, at Litchfield, m. Joseph Brooks.t<br />

882. Anne, b. 21 Nov., 1762, at Goshen, m. Moses AVadhams.+<br />

883. Luranda, b. 28 Aug., 1764, at Goshen, m. Elijah Towner.t<br />

884. Rhoda, b. 30 June, 1766, at Goshen, m. Alexander N<strong>or</strong>ton.f<br />

885. Phebe, b. 25 Jan., 1773, at Goshen, m. David Wadhams.t<br />

V. John Coll<strong>in</strong>s (185), b<strong>or</strong>n at Litchfield, Conn., 1<br />

June, 1739, <strong>the</strong> youngest son of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Timothy Coll<strong>in</strong>s<br />

and Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (29) of Litchfield, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of<br />

Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. Lydia<br />

Buel, b. 11 Nov., 1742, at Goshen, Conn., daughter of<br />

Jonathan Buel and Lydia Landon of Goshen.<br />

[This Jonathan Buel w<strong>as</strong> a son of John Buel, Esq., of<br />

Litchfield, whose widow, Mary Buel, at <strong>the</strong> time of her<br />

death, 4 Nov., 1768, could enumerate, o<strong>the</strong>r own offspr<strong>in</strong>g,<br />

13 children, 101 graudcliildren, 274 great grandchildren,<br />

and 22 great great grandchildren, mak<strong>in</strong>g 410 <strong>in</strong> all ; of<br />

which olfspr<strong>in</strong>g 336 survived her. See Conn. Courant, 19<br />

Feb., 1771, No. 322.]<br />

Johr«rColl<strong>in</strong>s and his wife settled at Litchfield, and built<br />

<strong>the</strong> house, on Litchfield Hill, which w<strong>as</strong> afterwards occupied<br />

by Luke Davis. He d. <strong>in</strong> Feb., 1792, at Litchfield.<br />

<strong>The</strong> date of his wife's death I have not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loere :<br />

886. N<strong>or</strong>man, b. 13 Dec, 1769, at Litchfield, m. Elizabeth Ilulbert.f<br />

887. John, b. 5 March, 1776, at Litchfield, m. Anne Greg<strong>or</strong>y .+<br />

888. Hiram, b. 9 Nov., 1781, at Litchfield, m.+<br />

889. Elizabeth, b. 5 Aug., 1766, at Litchfield. She m. 25 July,<br />

1791, Dr. Daniel Wadsw<strong>or</strong>th Lewis of Goshen. He graduated<br />

at Yale <strong>in</strong> 1788. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Litchfield. <strong>The</strong>y had<br />

one son, Dudley S., b. 14 Aug., 1792, at Litchfield; and<br />

perhaps some o<strong>the</strong>rs, none of whom became adult. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

afterwards removed to Geneva, N. Y., and died without<br />

issue surviv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>m. He died <strong>in</strong> 1837.<br />

890. Anne, b. 17 May, 1768, at Litchfield, m. Charles Marsh.t<br />

891. Lydia, b. 5 Jan., 1772, at Litchfield, m. Piufus Stanley.+<br />

892. Mary, b. 5 June, 1774, at Litchfield, m. James Shethar.+<br />

893. Luci-etia, b. 20 Jan., 1779, at Litchfield, m. Dr. Daniel Goodw<strong>in</strong>.t<br />

t


HYDE GENEALOGY. g5<br />

V. Anne Coll<strong>in</strong>s (186), b<strong>or</strong>n at Litchfield, Conn,, 24<br />

Aug., 1725, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Timothy Coll<strong>in</strong>s"<br />

and Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (29) of Litchfield, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of Samuel Ilyde (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She<br />

m. t March, 1751, Isaac Baldw<strong>in</strong>, Esq., b. 1709 at Litchfield.<br />

He graduated at Yale <strong>in</strong> 1735, and prepared f<strong>or</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> m<strong>in</strong>istry and w<strong>as</strong> licensed to preach 4 Oct., 1737, but<br />

became a farmer. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Litchfield, where he<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a justice of <strong>the</strong> peace and member of <strong>the</strong> legislature,<br />

and held various o<strong>the</strong>r local oflices. He w<strong>as</strong> also clerk of<br />

<strong>the</strong> court f<strong>or</strong> Litchfield county from 1751 to 1793. His<br />

wife d. 15 May, 1791; and he'd. 15 Jan., 1805, at Litchfield,<br />

<strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> 96 year of his age.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

894. Isaac, b. 22 Dec, 175.3, at Litclifield, m. Hannah Sacket.f<br />

895. Aslibel, b. 7 March, 1757, at Litchfield, m. Clarissa Johnson.+<br />

896. H<strong>or</strong>ace, b, 27 Sept., 1765, at Litchfield, m. Eachel Marsh.f<br />

897. Frederick, b. 1 Sept., 1769, at Litchfield. He prob. died young.<br />

898. EHzabeth, b. 6 Nov., 1751, at Litchfield. She m. her thiixl<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, Samuel Sheldon (1968), fifth son of Capt. Elisha<br />

Sheldon and Elizabeth Ely. (See N'o. 1968.)<br />

899. Mary, b. 20 Jan., 1761, at Litchfield, m. Timothy Leonard.f<br />

900. Anne, b. 1 Sept., 1769, at Litchfield, probably died uum.<br />

V. Jonathan Metcalf (188), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn.,<br />

14 Feb., 1727, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Jonathan Metcalf and<br />

Lydia <strong>Hyde</strong> (30) of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (4J of <strong>the</strong> third generation. lie m. 6 Sept., 1753,<br />

Beulah Dana. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where he d. 10<br />

Feb., 1761, <strong>The</strong>y had two children rec<strong>or</strong>ded to <strong>the</strong>m at<br />

Lebanon, of whom I have no fur<strong>the</strong>r <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation.<br />

Those children were<br />

901. Mary, b. 26 Jan., 1754, at Lebanon.<br />

902. Lydia, b. 7 Aug., 175^, at Lebanon.<br />

:<br />

V. Samuel Metcalf (189), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 13<br />

May, 1732, <strong>the</strong> second son of Jonathan Metcalf and Lydia<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (30) of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 16 Feb., 1756, Mehitable<br />

Hammond. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon. He died at<br />

<strong>the</strong> residence of his son Samuel at Royalton, Vt.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

903. Dan, b. 14 May, 1759, at Lebanon.


36<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

904. Jonathan, b. 7 July, 17G1, at Lebanon.<br />

905. Samuel, b. 20 April, 1763, at Lebanon. He married and lived<br />

at Eoyalton, Vt.<br />

906. Moses, b. at Lebanon. He settled <strong>in</strong> Yermont.<br />

907. Sybil, b. 8 May, 1757, at Lebanon. She d. 26 Aug., 1836, unm.<br />

908. Lydia (tw<strong>in</strong>), b. 7 July, 1761, at Lebanon. She m. 17 Oct.,<br />

1784, Charles Hill of Lebanon, N. H. {See No. 320.)<br />

909. Mehitable, b. 20 Nov., 1764, at Lebanon.<br />

V. Elijah Metcalf (190), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 11<br />

Jan., 1735, third son of Jonathan Metcalf and Lydia <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(30) of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of<br />

<strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 13 Sept., 1773, Mary Goodspeed,<br />

of E<strong>as</strong>t Haddani. <strong>The</strong>y settled at E<strong>as</strong>t lladdam,<br />

where <strong>the</strong>y both died.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children ivere<br />

:<br />

910. Simeon, b. 21 Dec, 1774, at E<strong>as</strong>t Haddam, m. Lydia Marshall.f<br />

911. Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong>, b. 8 Sept., 1778, at E<strong>as</strong>t Haddam, m. Ka<strong>the</strong>r<strong>in</strong>e<br />

Ph<strong>in</strong>ney.'!'<br />

912. Calv<strong>in</strong>, b. 4 July, 1780, at E<strong>as</strong>t Haddam. He died at sea unm.<br />

913. Mary, b. 17 Oct., 1783, at E<strong>as</strong>t Haddam. She m. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge<br />

Lathrop Pike <strong>as</strong> his second wife, and d. <strong>in</strong> 1857 .at New<br />

Y<strong>or</strong>k. She had two sons : 1. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge Metcalf Fike^ a s<strong>as</strong>h<br />

and bl<strong>in</strong>d maker at New Y<strong>or</strong>k. 2. Calv<strong>in</strong>^ killed at Middletown<br />

by <strong>the</strong> explosion of a steam boiler.<br />

V. John Metcalf (191), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 26<br />

Feb., 1735, <strong>the</strong> fourth son of Jonathan Metcalf and Lydia<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (30) of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel Ilyde<br />

(4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. H"e m. 22 Nov., 1761, Anna<br />

Allen. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where she d. S5 May,<br />

1776.<br />

His chilclren hy her were<br />

914. Allen, b. 6 April, 1770, at Lebanon, m. Matilda Chappel.+<br />

915. Ruth, b. 2 June, 1763, at Lebanon, m. Ezekiel St. John of<br />

Sharon, Conn., and died 1831, s. j).<br />

916. Anna, b. 2 March, 1765, at Lebanon, m. Josiah Burgess of<br />

Pittsfield, M<strong>as</strong>s., and d. 4 March, 1802 ;<br />

917. Hannah, b. 2 March, 1768, at Lebanon, m. Cook of St.<br />

918.<br />

Armand, L. C, and died 21 April, 1809, s. p.<br />

Eunice, b. 24 Aug., 1772, at Lebanon, d. 25 Nov., 1776.<br />

919. Molly, b. 26 Oct.," 1774, at Lebanon, m. St. John.<br />

:<br />

had a family.<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n m. about 1778, Martha Maltbie, widow of Josiah<br />

Bartholomew, of Goshen, Conn., and settled at Goshen.<br />

He d. 4 May, 1800, and she d. 1814.


His children hij her u-cre :<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY. 87<br />

920. Eleazer, b. 31 Jan., 1779, at Goslicn, m. Iluldali Yale.f<br />

921. Lydia, b. <strong>in</strong> 1790 at Goshen. She d. 15 Dec, 1813, at Augusta,<br />

N. Y., unm.<br />

V. Daniel Metcalf (193), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 10<br />

March, 1748, <strong>the</strong> sixth son of Jonathan Metcalf and Lydia<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (30) of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. Mary Cone of E<strong>as</strong>t Iladdam.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where she d. 15 Jan.,<br />

1809.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir child ic<strong>as</strong><br />

:<br />

+<br />

922. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, b. 29 Oct., 1786, at Lebanon. He settled <strong>in</strong> New<br />

Y<strong>or</strong>k, and w<strong>as</strong> a merchant, one of <strong>the</strong> firm of Jonathan Little<br />

& Co. He died unm.<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n m. 21 March, 1810, Elizabeth Dean and d. 28<br />

Feb., 1831, at Lebanon.<br />

V. David Metcalf (196), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 8<br />

Nov., 1757, <strong>the</strong> n<strong>in</strong>th son of Jonathan Metcalf and Lydia<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (30) of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 27 April, 1783, Anne<br />

Champion, b. 19 March, 1755, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter of<br />

John Champion and Anne Vibber. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon,<br />

where he d. 7 Sept., 1823, and she d. 13 Oct., 1834.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children tcere<br />

:<br />

923. Jonathan, b. 27 June, 1787, at Lebanon, m. Abigail Lucretia<br />

924.<br />

Iloot.f<br />

H<strong>or</strong>ace, b. 18 May, 1791, at Lebanon, m. Eliza L. Thompson.<br />

925. David, b. 27 Nov., 1795, at Lebanon, m. 1 Margaret Darret,<br />

926.<br />

2 Lois Anne Jones.<br />

Ge<strong>or</strong>ge C., b. 17 Nov., 1801, at Lebanon, d. 19 Aug., 1830, unm.<br />

927. Nancy, b. 3 March, 1784, at Lebanon, d. 14 March, 1S03, unm.<br />

928. Mel<strong>in</strong>da, b. 30 Oct., 1785, at Lebanon, m. Dr. AVilliam G.<br />

929.<br />

Hooker.+<br />

Lydia, b. 17 Feb., 1789, at Lebanon, d. 4 March, 1790.<br />

930. Lydia 2d, b. 17 Feb., 1793, at Lebanon, d. 13 Oct., 1794.<br />

931. Carol<strong>in</strong>e, b. 14 Nov., 1797, at Lebanon, m. Lewis M. Ilall.f<br />

932. Eliza, b. 16 July, 1799, at Lebanon, m. Isaac P. Eobiuson.<br />

V. Sybil Metcalf (197), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 13<br />

July, 1728, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Jonathan Metcalf and<br />

Lydia <strong>Hyde</strong> (30) of Lebanon, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of<br />

+


3g<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 10 Nov.,<br />

1748, William Little, b. about 1720, at Marshfield, M<strong>as</strong>s.,<br />

sou ofJohn Little of Marshheld, grandson ofEphraim Little<br />

and Mary Sturdevant, and great grandson of Thom<strong>as</strong> Lit-<br />

tle andAnne Warren, of Plymouth [see 3 lavage's Die, 99).<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, where he w<strong>as</strong> a wealthy farmer.<br />

He d. 17 May, 1798, at Lebanon, aged 78 years. She d.<br />

23 July, 1810, aged 82 years.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

933. William, b. 11 Aug., 1749, at Lebanon. He married a sister<br />

of Gen. John P. Boyd of <strong>the</strong> U. S. army, and settled at<br />

Boston, and had a family.<br />

934. Asa, b. 31 Oct., 1751, at Lebanon. He died at Lebanon unm.<br />

935. Jonathan, b. 15 July, 175ij, at Lebanon. He w<strong>as</strong> a merchant,<br />

and married and settled at New Y<strong>or</strong>k. He had a son<br />

William^ b. at Lebanon <strong>in</strong> 1794 ; a daughter llaria, who<br />

m. John E. <strong>Hyde</strong> (1025); a daughter Eliza, who m. Knowles<br />

Tayl<strong>or</strong> of Brooklyn ; a daughter Harriet, who m. Blydenburgh<br />

of Brooklyn ; and probably some o<strong>the</strong>r children.<br />

936. Nathaniel, bap. <strong>in</strong> March, 1761, at Lebanon.<br />

937. John, bap. April, 1763, at Lebanon.<br />

938. Eliphalet, bap. 17 Oct., 1773, at Lebanon, d. at Lebanon unm.<br />

939. Lucy, b. 29 April, 1754, at Lebanon. She lived at Lebanon,<br />

where she d. 6 Dec, 1829, unm.<br />

940. Sybel, bap. June, 1758, at Lebanon.<br />

941. Lydia, bap. June, 1764, at Lebanon, m. 28 Oct., 1790, William<br />

White of Marshfield, M<strong>as</strong>s.<br />

942. Elizabeth, bap. Jan., 1766, at Lebanon, m. 30 March, 1790,<br />

Hiram Baxter of Lebanon.<br />

943. Cynthia, bap. July, 1768, at Lebanon.<br />

Y. Simeon Gray (200), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lebanon, Conn., 18 Oct.,<br />

1733, son of Simeon Gray and Anna Ilyde (31) of Lebanon,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Samuel <strong>Hyde</strong> (4) of <strong>the</strong> third generation.<br />

He m. 17 March, 1757, Mary White. <strong>The</strong>y settled<br />

at Lebanon, where he d. 22 Feb., 1777, of <strong>the</strong> small pox.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

944. Simeon, b. 19 Dec, 1757, at Lebanon, d. <strong>in</strong> June, 1758.<br />

945. Simeon 2d, b. 3 July, 1759, at Lebanon, d. 29 Jan., 1763.<br />

946. Eliphalet, b. 12 Dec, 1762, at Lebanon, d. 17 Jan., 1763.<br />

947. Simeon 3d, b. Feb., 1763, at Lebanon, d. 12 Aug., 1776, at<br />

New Y<strong>or</strong>k <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> army of <strong>the</strong> revolution, aged 12 years and<br />

6 months ; a drummer.<br />

948. Mary, b. 15 Jan., 1761, at Lebanon, d. 5 March, 1762.<br />

949. Auue, b. 16 Aug., 1765, at Lebanon, d. 24 Feb., 1777.


HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

V. Sil<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (210), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 1 March,<br />

1727, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (33) and Sarah Il<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>s,<br />

of IST<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He m. about 1754, Martha Waterman, b<strong>or</strong>n<br />

at IST<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of Thom<strong>as</strong> "Waterman<br />

and H<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>s of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

[This Thom<strong>as</strong> Waterman w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Ensign<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Waterman and Elizabeth AUyn of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and<br />

grandson of Thom<strong>as</strong> Waterman <strong>the</strong> first, and Miriam<br />

Tracy of N<strong>or</strong>wich. See No. 40, and Appendix, i?.]<br />

Sil<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> and wife settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d.<br />

10 June, 1817, and where he d. 18 Oct., 1776.<br />

TJieir children loere<br />

:<br />

970. Joshua, b. 26 Aug., 1756, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Cynthia Tracy.f<br />

971. Abel, b. 8 Aug., 1758, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Margaret Tracy.f<br />

972. Sil<strong>as</strong>, b. 1769, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Armstroug.+<br />

973. Rachel, b. 3 Dec, 1761, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Eliphalet Dewey.f<br />

V. Levi <strong>Hyde</strong> (213), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 24 Oct.,<br />

1735, <strong>the</strong> fourth son of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (33) and Sarah H<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>s<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He w<strong>as</strong> a survey<strong>or</strong> and went to New Hampshire<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1761, to survey <strong>the</strong> New town of Lebanon f<strong>or</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

propriet<strong>or</strong>s ;<br />

many of whom were from N<strong>or</strong>wich and Lebanon<br />

and W<strong>in</strong>dham, Conn. And he w<strong>as</strong> one of <strong>the</strong><br />

seven men who p<strong>as</strong>sed <strong>the</strong> succeed<strong>in</strong>g w<strong>in</strong>ter <strong>in</strong> a log<br />

cab<strong>in</strong> upon <strong>the</strong> bank of <strong>the</strong> Connecticut river <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> town<br />

of Lebanon, N. H. He married about 1767, Jemima<br />

Mart<strong>in</strong>, b. 12 March, 1737, at W<strong>in</strong>dham, Conn. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at Lebanon, N. H., where she d. 16 July, 1793.<br />

He survived her and d. 12 Jan., 1816, at Lebanon, N. H.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children ivere<br />

974. Martha, b. about 1768, at Lebanon, died aged 5 years.<br />

975. Hannah, b. about 1770, at Lebanon, died aged 3 years.<br />

97(5. Anna, b. 8 July, 1772, at Lebanon, m. Hobart Estabrook.+<br />

977. Martha 2d, b. 8 Dec, 1774, at Lebanon. She ni. 15 June,<br />

1820, Joseph Mart<strong>in</strong> of Lebanon. She w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong><br />

I857.s.p. He died <strong>in</strong> 18.53.<br />

978. Hannah 2d, b. 19 Nov., 1776, at Lebanon, m. Deacon Jesse<br />

Sto<strong>or</strong>s.f<br />

979. Perses, b. 26 April, 1779, at Lebanon, m. Capt. John Wood.t<br />

V. Asa <strong>Hyde</strong> (214), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 21 July,<br />

1771, <strong>the</strong> fourth son of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (33) and Sarah Il<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>s,<br />

12<br />

89


90<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

of JST<strong>or</strong>wicli, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He m, 12 May, 1763, Lucy Freneli, b. 9 Aug.,<br />

1741, at ]^<strong>or</strong>wich, daugliter of Samuel French and Elizabeth<br />

his wife of N"<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, and<br />

subsequently removed to Lisbon, where she d. 30 Dec,<br />

1796. He survived her and d. 26 March, 1797, at Lisbon,<br />

Conn.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

980. Joel, b. 23 March, 1764, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Belcher.t<br />

981.<br />

982.<br />

John, b. 5 Sept., 1708, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Rhoda <strong>Hyde</strong>.t<br />

Ashur, b. 7 Oct., 1770, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. Phebe Bugbee<br />

of Pomfret, and removed to <strong>the</strong> state of New Y<strong>or</strong>k, and had<br />

geveral children.<br />

983. Ezra, b. 21 Jan., 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He married, and is supposed<br />

to have been <strong>the</strong> fa<strong>the</strong>r of Dr. Charles <strong>Hyde</strong> of Au-<br />

984.<br />

burn, N. Y.<br />

'<br />

Walter, b. 31 July, 1780, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died unm.<br />

985.<br />

986.<br />

Asa, b. Aug., 1783, at Lisbon, m. Abigail Hazen.+<br />

Waterman, b. at Lisbon. He m. Eunice Davis of Kill<strong>in</strong>gly,<br />

and had two daughters. One died unm. <strong>The</strong> o<strong>the</strong>r, Louisa,<br />

987.<br />

m. Tarbos of Lisbon, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1857, and had<br />

one son.<br />

Samuel French, b. 10 Oct., 1788, at Lisbon, m. Luc<strong>in</strong>da Ilam-<br />

988.<br />

ilton.+<br />

Elizabeth, b. 12 June, 1766, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Daniel Bottom.<br />

989. Lucy, b. 15 March, 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 22 Jan., 1773.<br />

990. Lucy 2d, b. 8 Mai-ch, 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Bishop.f<br />

991. Fanny, b. 2 Jan., 1778, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died <strong>in</strong> childhood.<br />

V. EuFUS <strong>Hyde</strong> (215), b<strong>or</strong>n at I^<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 20 June,<br />

1744, <strong>the</strong> youngest son of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (33) and Sarah H<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>s<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John llyde (5) of <strong>the</strong><br />

third generation. He m. 3 April, 1771, Mary Walcott, b.<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1745, at Mansfield, daughter of Jonathan Walcott, and<br />

Jackson of Manstield. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Williamsburgh,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s., where he d. 19 Jan., 1807 ; she survived<br />

him and d. 24 May, 1825.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

992. Eleazer, b. 27 Dec, 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Keziah Howes.+<br />

993. Rufus, b. 9 Jan., 1775, at Williamsburgh, m. Mrs. Zerviah<br />

Tayl<strong>or</strong>.-I-<br />

994. Josiah, b. 29 June, 1780, at Williamsburgh, where he d. 22<br />

May, 1844, unm.<br />

995. Stephen, b. 9 Feb., 1784, at Williamsburgh, m. Pamclia Bakcr.f<br />

996. Mary, b. 6 Oct., 1777, at Williamsburgh, where she d. 2 Sept.,<br />

1810, unm.<br />

t


HYDE GENEALOGY. Q]^<br />

V. Anne <strong>Hyde</strong> (216), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wicli, C<strong>or</strong>ni,, 19 Feb.,<br />

1722, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of John llyde (33) and Sarah<br />

ll<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong><br />

third generation. She m. 10 March, 1748, James Fox.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at i»r<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 20 March, 1749.<br />

His child hy her w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

997. Simeon, b. 18 Feb., 1749, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, of whom I have no<br />

fur<strong>the</strong>r <strong>in</strong>f<strong>or</strong>mation.<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n m. 24 Jan., 1750, Grace Chapman, and had by<br />

her six children : Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 22 Oct., 1750 ; Oliver, b.<br />

20 April, 1752 ; Anne, b. 18 Dec, 1753 ; Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, b. 29<br />

June, 1756 ; Mary, b. 18 Sept., 1758 ; and Elizabeth, b.<br />

19 Dec, 1760. <strong>The</strong>y were not of <strong>the</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> blood.<br />

V. Experience <strong>Hyde</strong> (217), b<strong>or</strong>n at IST<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn,, 30<br />

July, 1724, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (33) and<br />

Sarah H<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of<br />

<strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 1 Feb., 1748, Denjam<strong>in</strong><br />

"Waterman, b. 2 May, 1726, at l^<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> second son<br />

of Daniel AVatermah and Mary Gilf<strong>or</strong>d of I^^<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

[This Daniel Watemian, b. 2 Oct., 1701, at E"<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

who m. 26 June, 1723, ]\Iary Giif<strong>or</strong>d f<strong>or</strong> his first wife, and<br />

Elizabeth H<strong>as</strong>kell, 20 April, 1763, f<strong>or</strong> his second wife, and<br />

d. 7 March, 1773, w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> fourth son of Ensign Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

Waterman <strong>the</strong> second, and Elizabeth AUyn, of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Ensign Thom<strong>as</strong> Waterman <strong>the</strong> first,<br />

and Mirriam Tracy, of IST<strong>or</strong>wich. See JSfo. 40 and 210.]<br />

Benjam<strong>in</strong> Waterman and wife settled <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> ISTew Conc<strong>or</strong>d<br />

society of jS'<strong>or</strong>wich, now Bozrali.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

1006. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 10 Dec., 1751, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 8 May, 1752.<br />

1007. Benjam<strong>in</strong> 2d, b. 6 May, 1753, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 25 Sept., 1775.<br />

1008. IJaunah, b. 5 Feb., 175G, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She probably m. 7<br />

Feb., 1782, Mart<strong>in</strong> Dewey, at Bozrah.<br />

1009. Mary, b. 29 May, 1758, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 17 July, 1785,<br />

Calv<strong>in</strong> Bennet, and d. 14 Feb., 1798, at ]?ozrali.<br />

1010. Elizabeth, b. 12 Jan., 1761, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 5 Oct., 1775.<br />

1011. Anne, b. 25 May, 1763, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She probably m. Oct.,<br />

1787, Roo'er Abel, at Lebanon.<br />

V. Mary <strong>Hyde</strong> (219), b<strong>or</strong>n at I^<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 19 April,<br />

1738, <strong>the</strong> fourth daughter of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (33) and Sarah<br />

H<strong>as</strong>k<strong>in</strong>s of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of John <strong>Hyde</strong>


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(5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 11 Dec, 1753, Nathan<br />

Durkee.<br />

[This I^athau Dnrkee, f<strong>or</strong> his first wife, m. 19 Dec,<br />

1749, Anne Gilf<strong>or</strong>d (252) a first cous<strong>in</strong> of his second wife,<br />

and had by her one chikl, Nathan, h. 10 Feb., 1751 ; d. 6<br />

Oct., 1753. She d. 3 July, 1752. See No. 37.]<br />

Nathan Durkee and his l<strong>as</strong>t wife, Mary <strong>Hyde</strong>, settled at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he d. 14 Nov., 1759.<br />

His children hy her tvere :<br />

1012. Nathan, b. 1755, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. -Phebe Bliss.-i"<br />

1013. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 1757, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died unm.<br />

1014. John, b. 1759, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He married and settled at Salem,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s., and died <strong>the</strong>re s. ^;. He w<strong>as</strong> a merchant, and a sea<br />

capta<strong>in</strong>.<br />

1015. Anna, b. 1754, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Field, and had several<br />

children ; <strong>the</strong> particulars of whom I have not obta<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

V. Zylphia <strong>Hyde</strong> (224), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 8<br />

Nov., 1735, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Eleazer <strong>Hyde</strong> (34) and<br />

Sarah Hewet of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of John<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong>, third generation. She m. about 1762,<br />

James Rogers, b. 8 Feb., 1740, at Montville, son of Samuel<br />

Rogers and Lucy Denison of Montville, and grandson of<br />

Samuel Rogers and Abigail Plumb {see No. 2271). He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a farmer, and <strong>the</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d.<br />

10 March, 1814. He survived her and d. 28 Sept., 1821,<br />

of typhus fever.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

1016. Eleazer, b. 26 Dec, 1763, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lucy Edgerton.f<br />

1017. James, b. 18 Oct., 1765, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Sophia Ingraham,<br />

2 Sarah Coit.+<br />

1018. Denison, b. 12 April, 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Nancy Pendleton.<br />

1019. Eliab, b. 27 May, 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary <strong>Hyde</strong>.+<br />

1020. Lucy, b. 15 Jan., 1768, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 8 April, 1803, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, unm.<br />

1021. Sarah, b. 25 April, 1770, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ph<strong>in</strong>eh<strong>as</strong> Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>.f<br />

1022. Hannah, b. 9 Sept., 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jabez Bushuell.+<br />

1023. Lydia, b. 15 Feb., 1779, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jabez Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>.+<br />

V. Ebenezer <strong>Hyde</strong> (226), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 1<br />

Jan., 1748, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of James <strong>Hyde</strong> (35) and Sarah<br />

Marshall, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He"m. 22 Nov., 1785, Chloe Ellsw<strong>or</strong>th, b<strong>or</strong>n<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1752, at Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, daughter of Daniel Ellsw<strong>or</strong>th and<br />

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Maiy liis wife, of Ell<strong>in</strong>gton. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

where she d. 30 June, 1787.<br />

His children hy her tvere :<br />

1024. Ebenezer, b. 15 Aug., 1776, atN<strong>or</strong>wich,m. Es<strong>the</strong>r D. Rossiter.f<br />

1025. John E., b. 30 Aug., 1781, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Maria Little.t<br />

1020. Mary, b. 28 Feb., 1778, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. 8he married her second<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, Eliab Rogers (1019), <strong>the</strong> fourth sou of James Rogers<br />

and Zylpha <strong>Hyde</strong> (224) of N<strong>or</strong>wich. (See No. 1019.)<br />

1027. Sarah, b. 10 Aug., 1785, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at New Y<strong>or</strong>k<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1856, unm.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, Ebenezer <strong>Hyde</strong> m. 22<br />

Nov., 1787, Phebe Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, b. 18 Jan., 1747, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

daughter of Peter Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton and Ruth Edgerton<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. Shed. 5 July, 1799, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

His onli/ child hy her w<strong>as</strong><br />

1028. Chloe, b. 6 Sept., 1789, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Samuel Webb.+<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his second wife he m. 5 Dec, 1799,<br />

Elizabeth Peck, but had no issue by her. He d. 28 Dec,<br />

1816, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

V. Capt. James <strong>Hyde</strong> (227), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn.,<br />

17 July, 1752, <strong>the</strong> second son of James <strong>Hyde</strong> (37) and<br />

Sarah Marshall, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong><br />

third generation. He m. 5 April, 1774, Martha Nev<strong>in</strong>s, b.<br />

1756, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter of Nev<strong>in</strong>s and Mary Lathrop<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich ; and he w<strong>as</strong><br />

an ofiicer <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> army of <strong>the</strong> United States <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> war of<br />

<strong>the</strong> revolution. <strong>The</strong>y afterwards resided <strong>in</strong> that part of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich called Bean Hill ; and he w<strong>as</strong> a local Methodist<br />

preacher. He w<strong>as</strong> respected and esteemed by all good<br />

men ; and d. 9 April, 1809, at Bean Hill. His wife survived<br />

him and died <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1823.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

1029. Er<strong>as</strong>tus, b. 7 Feb., 1775, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Fannie Bell.t<br />

1030. James, b. 4 Feb., 1778, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 1 Oct., 1778.<br />

1031. James 2d, b. 25 Nov., 1780, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 3 July, 1781.<br />

1032. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge M., b. 6 Feb., 1782, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Nancy Lathrop.+<br />

1033. Simeon, b. 26 May, 1784, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Ca<strong>the</strong>r<strong>in</strong>e A. Cleve-<br />

land.-i-<br />

1034. Edward, b. 30 March, 1786, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elizabeth Cam-<br />

bridge."!"<br />

1035. Jame's Nev<strong>in</strong>s, b. 24 Jan., 1788, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Mary<br />

Goodrich, 2 Mary Ann Thom<strong>as</strong>."!"<br />

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1036. Charles, b. 26 May, 1793, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died <strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong>fancy.<br />

1037. Charles 2d, b. 29 May, 1797, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Ludlow.<br />

1038. Sarah, b. 28 July, 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 1 Nov., 1777.<br />

1039. Martha Nevius, b. 5<br />

Harr<strong>in</strong>gton.<br />

Sept., 1789, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Charles F.<br />

1040. Elizabeth, b. 7 Sept., 1791, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 16 June, 1792.<br />

1041. Mary, b. 29 Nov., 1795, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Henry Young.f<br />

V. Abial <strong>Hyde</strong> (229), bom at I^<strong>or</strong>wicli, Conn., 16 Oct.,<br />

1757, <strong>the</strong> fourth son of James <strong>Hyde</strong> (35) and Sarah Marshall<br />

of JST<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong><br />

third generation. He m. 16 Sept., 1779, Mary liosmer,<br />

daughter of David Hosmer and Mary Cabot of JST<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at JN<strong>or</strong>wieh, where she d. 3 JNov., 1791, aged<br />

30 years.<br />

His children hi/ her were :<br />

1042. Cabot Homer, b. 7 Jan., 1782, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Anna Miller.f<br />

1043. Joseph, b. 1 Oct., 1788, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 23 Feb., 1811, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, unm.<br />

1044. Abial, b. 1 Jan., 1791, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 26 Aug., 1791.<br />

1045. Anna, b. 11 March, 1784, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 16 Aug., 1808, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, unm.<br />

1046. Abigail, b. 12 Nov., 1786, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Er<strong>as</strong>tus IIunt<strong>in</strong>gton.+<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, he m. 18 June, 1795,<br />

Mary Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> of I^<strong>or</strong>wich ; and d. 2 March, 1808, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. She survived him and d. 1 Oct. 1822.<br />

His children Ijy her were :<br />

1047. William, b. 11 Jan., 1797, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 22 March, 1800.<br />

1048. Mary Hart, b. 21 May, 1796, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. H<strong>or</strong>ace Colton.f<br />

1049. Harriet, b. 8 Dec, 1797, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 27 Dec, 1797.<br />

V. Eliab <strong>Hyde</strong> (230), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 17 Sept.,<br />

1760, <strong>the</strong> youngest son of James <strong>Hyde</strong> (35) and Sarah<br />

Marshall of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John Hy^de (5)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 15 Jan., 1795, Lydia<br />

Clriswold, b. 22 Oct., 1768, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, fourth daughter of<br />

Abel Griswold and Euth Avery, and granddaughter of<br />

Francis Griswold and Abigail B<strong>in</strong>gham of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he d. <strong>in</strong> 1829. She survived<br />

him and d. <strong>in</strong> 1833, <strong>in</strong> N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loerc<br />

:<br />

1050. Henry, b. 6 Oct., 1799, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He went to <strong>the</strong> South,<br />

and died at Augusta, Ga., unm.<br />

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1051. Augustus, b. 3 Aug., 1801, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Fidelia W. Foster.f<br />

1052. Abiah, b. 2D Dec.,l795, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Samuel Smith Fuller.<br />

1053. Lucretia, b. 8 Dec, 1797, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. James Maples.<br />

1054. Elizabeth, b. 2 Aug., 1803, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jehiel Fillm<strong>or</strong>e.f<br />

1055. Lydia, b. 28 May, 1805, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. <strong>in</strong> August, 1854, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, unm.<br />

1056. Harriet, b. 18 Jan., 1807, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. <strong>in</strong> 1855, her<br />

bro<strong>the</strong>r-<strong>in</strong>-law, <strong>the</strong> Eev. Jehiel Fillm<strong>or</strong>e, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong><br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich <strong>in</strong> 1857 without issue. (See A^. 1054.)<br />

1056 a. Lucy Ann, b. 1 March, 1811, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1853, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, unm.<br />

She d. <strong>in</strong> Sept.,<br />

V. Abiah <strong>Hyde</strong> (231), bom at NT<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 27 Dec,<br />

1749, <strong>the</strong> only daughter of James <strong>Hyde</strong> (35) and Sarah<br />

Marshall of J^T<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Jolni <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 12 April, 1768, <strong>the</strong><br />

Rev. Aaron Cleveland, b. 3 Feb., 1744, at Haddam, Conn.,<br />

<strong>the</strong> second son of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Aaron Cleveland and Susanna<br />

P<strong>or</strong>ter of Haddam.<br />

[<strong>The</strong> Rev. Aaron Cleveland, <strong>the</strong> fa<strong>the</strong>r-<strong>in</strong>-law of Abiah<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong>, w<strong>as</strong> b. 19 Oct., 1715, at Medf<strong>or</strong>d, M<strong>as</strong>s., and w<strong>as</strong><br />

probably a great grandson of Moses Cleaveland of Wobern.<br />

He graduated at Harvard <strong>in</strong> 1735, w<strong>as</strong> settled <strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> m<strong>in</strong>ister,<br />

of Haddam <strong>in</strong> 1739, and w<strong>as</strong> dismissed <strong>in</strong> 1746. He<br />

afterwards became an Episcopal m<strong>in</strong>ister and died at Philadelphia<br />

at <strong>the</strong> house of his friend, Dr. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Frankl<strong>in</strong>,<br />

11 Aug., 1757.]<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N'<strong>or</strong>wich, where he pursued <strong>the</strong> trade of<br />

a hatter f<strong>or</strong> some time. He <strong>the</strong>n became a clergyjnan<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> a member of <strong>the</strong> legislature of Connecticut. He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a man of much <strong>in</strong>telligence and talent ; and of wit<br />

and hum<strong>or</strong>. His wife d. 23 Aug., 1788.<br />

Ilis children hy her were :<br />

1057. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, b. 9 Jan., 1769, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Caty Cald<strong>well</strong>.t<br />

1058. William, b. 20 Dec, 1770, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Margaret Falley.f<br />

1059. Charles, b. 21 June, 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mehitable Tred<strong>well</strong>.f<br />

1060. Frances, b. 9 March, 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 26 Sept., 1796, unm.<br />

1061. Aaron P<strong>or</strong>ter, b. 11 July, 1778, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 11 July, 1780.<br />

1062. Aaron P<strong>or</strong>ter 2d_, b. 24 Sept., 1782, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Abby<br />

Salsbury, 2 Lydia Lathrop, 3 Mary Strong.f<br />

1063. Sarah, b. 29 Dec, 1775, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 27''Nov., 1779.<br />

1064. Sarah 2d, b. 7 Nov., 1780, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. David L. Dodge.f<br />

1065. Susan, b. 26 Sept., 1784, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Harry Pratt.f<br />

1066. Lucy, b. 17 June, 1787, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. John C. Smith.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, <strong>the</strong> Rev. Aaron CI eve-<br />

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land of N"<strong>or</strong>wieli, married Mrs. Elizabeth Breed, b. 10 June,<br />

1755, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, widow of David Breed, and daughter of<br />

Jeremiah Clement of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He d. 21 Sept., 1815, at<br />

New Haven. He had by his l<strong>as</strong>t wife hve children : An-<br />

thony B., b. 22 Oct., 1789, d. <strong>in</strong> 1851, at Cambridge, M<strong>as</strong>s.<br />

Stephen, b. 15 Feb., 1792, d. <strong>in</strong> 1837, at C<strong>in</strong>c<strong>in</strong>nati ; Jere-<br />

miah Clement, b. 14 June, 1794, d. <strong>in</strong> 1837, at Batavia<br />

Francis 2d, b. 22 March, 1798 ; and Abiah, b. 24 April,<br />

1796, who m. <strong>the</strong> Rev. Samuel Hansan Cox, D. D., <strong>well</strong><br />

known to <strong>the</strong> Christian public.<br />

V. Mat<strong>the</strong>w <strong>Hyde</strong> (232), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 27<br />

April, 1734, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Capt. Mat<strong>the</strong>w <strong>Hyde</strong> (36)<br />

and Elizabeth Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of<br />

John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 15 June,<br />

1756, Roxalana Stoughtou, b" 14 Oct., 1734, at W<strong>in</strong>dham.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, Conn., where he w<strong>as</strong> a member<br />

of <strong>the</strong> legislature. He d. 24 Sept., 1806.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

1067. Gustavus S., b. 27 Sept., 1758, at W<strong>in</strong>dham, d. 17 Nov., 1759.<br />

1068. Gustavus 2d, b. 23 Feb., 1765, at Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, d. 18 June, 1767.<br />

1069. Christopher, b. 20 March, 1767, at Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, d. 18 June, 1767.<br />

1070. Robert, b. 3 Aug., 1768, at ElHngton. He settled at Ell<strong>in</strong>g-<br />

ton, and w<strong>as</strong> a farmer, and f<strong>or</strong> many years w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> town clerk<br />

of <strong>the</strong> town of Ell<strong>in</strong>gton. He d. 13 June, 1859, unm.<br />

1071. Daniel, b. 11 Dec, 1770, at Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, w<strong>as</strong> a farmer, and settled<br />

at Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1859, unm.<br />

1072. Allyn, b. 5 April, 1773, at Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, m. Jemima Ma<strong>the</strong>r.f<br />

1073. Anne, b. 9 March, 1761, at Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, m. Dr. Elihu Bissel.+<br />

1074. Louisa, b. 24 Feb., 1763, at Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, d. 22 July, 1823, at<br />

Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, unm.<br />

1075. Chloe, b. 15 April, 1775, at Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, d. 17 June, 1776.<br />

1076. Chloe 2d, b. 30 June, 1778, at Ell<strong>in</strong>gton, m. Asa Wells.t<br />

V. Eli <strong>Hyde</strong> (233), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms (now<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 12 Oct., 1736, <strong>the</strong> second son of Capt.<br />

Mat<strong>the</strong>w <strong>Hyde</strong> (36) and Elizabeth Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation.<br />

He m."28 May, 1760, Rhoda Lathrop, b. 2 June, 1737, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, youngest daughter of John Lathrop and Elizabeth<br />

Aliel, and granddaughter of <strong>the</strong> first Joshua Abel<br />

and Bethia Gager of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

West Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), where he d. 6 Oct., 1815.<br />

She survived him and d, 10 Feb., 1821, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>. He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a justice of <strong>the</strong> peace <strong>in</strong> Frankl<strong>in</strong>, and town clerk, and<br />

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frequently represented that town <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> legislature, and<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a member of convention to adopt <strong>the</strong> IT. S. constitu-<br />

tion.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loere<br />

:<br />

1077. llri, b. 4 March, 1763, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He resided at Frankl<strong>in</strong>,<br />

and died <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1832, unm.<br />

1079. Christopher, b. 14 Nov., 1767, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Love Backus,<br />

2, Hannah Gilbert, 3 Elizabeth Webb.t<br />

1080. Eli, b. 20 Jan., 1778, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Nott.-I-<br />

1081. Octavia, b. 24 March, 1761, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 24 Oct., 1789, at<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong>, unm.<br />

1082. Anne, b. 7 April, 1765, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her third cous<strong>in</strong>, Elijah<br />

Clark <strong>Hyde</strong> (739), <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Maj<strong>or</strong> Elijah <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(143) and Mary Clark of Lebanon.<br />

1083. Rhoda, b. 30 April, 1770, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jesse Lathrop.f<br />

1084. Lydia, b. 20 Jan., 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 16 Dec, 1802, at<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong>, unm.<br />

1085. Lovice C, b. 26 Dec, 1773, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. her third cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Milton <strong>Hyde</strong> (1617), <strong>the</strong> only child of Abner <strong>Hyde</strong> (388)<br />

and Temperance Wiiles. {See No. 1617.)<br />

1086. Elizabeth, b. 25 Feb., 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jabez F. Ptudd.t<br />

1087. Clarissa, b. 5 April, 1780, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Simeon Baekus.f<br />

V. Capt. James <strong>Hyde</strong> (235), b<strong>or</strong>n at IT<strong>or</strong>wich West<br />

Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 6 April, 1741, <strong>the</strong> fourth<br />

sou of Capt. Mat<strong>the</strong>w <strong>Hyde</strong> (36) and Elizabeth Hunt<strong>in</strong>o-tou<br />

of IST<strong>or</strong>wicb, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He m. 14 May, 1767, Eunice Backus, b. 23<br />

Ma}^ 1745, daughter of Jabez Backus and Eunice K<strong>in</strong>gsbury<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and sister of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Charles Backus,<br />

D. i)., of Somers, Conn.<br />

[This Jabez Backus, who married Eunice K<strong>in</strong>gsbury, 17<br />

Feb., 1741 {see No. 53), w<strong>as</strong> b<strong>or</strong>n <strong>in</strong> August, 1712, at IST<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> youngest son of JSTathaniel Backus of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his l<strong>as</strong>t wife, Elizabetli Tracy, <strong>the</strong> eldest<br />

daughter of John Tracy <strong>the</strong> first, and Mary W<strong>in</strong>slow, of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich {see No. 38). And that Nathaniel Backus (who<br />

w<strong>as</strong> b. 15 April, 1669, at N<strong>or</strong>wich) w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> youngest son<br />

of William Backus, one of <strong>the</strong> <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al propriet<strong>or</strong>s of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

by his wife Elizabeth Pratt, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of<br />

Lieut. William Pratt of Saybrook; to whom he w<strong>as</strong> married<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1659, previous to his removal to N<strong>or</strong>wich ; and by<br />

whom he had five sons and one daughter : 1. William., b.<br />

11 May, 1660, at Saybrook. 2. John, b. 9 Feb., 1662, at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. 3, /SaraA, b. 14 June, 1663. 4. *SV«>we^, b. 2 May,<br />

1665. 5. Joscj^h, b. 6 Sept., 1667. 6. Nathaniel, b. i5<br />

13<br />

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April, 1669, wlio m. Lydia Edgerton and, after her death,<br />

Elizabeth Tracy. And, perhaps, 7 and 8. Elizabeth and<br />

Hannah.']<br />

Capt. James <strong>Hyde</strong> and wife settled at I^<strong>or</strong>wich "West<br />

Earms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), where she d. 9 March, 1778. He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a ship capta<strong>in</strong>, and d. 25 Jan., 1785, at sea.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loere<br />

:<br />

1088. James, b. 17 May, 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wicli, m. Elizabeth Starr.+<br />

1089. Jabez Backus, b. 17 Aug., 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Lucy<br />

Hartsh<strong>or</strong>n, 2 Jerusha Aik<strong>in</strong>.f<br />

1090. Eunice, b. 17 May, 1768, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died <strong>in</strong> childhood.<br />

1091. Ruth, b. 9 March, 1770, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died unm.<br />

V. AzAKiAH <strong>Hyde</strong> (236), b<strong>or</strong>n at IST<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms<br />

(now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), 30 Ang., 1748, <strong>the</strong> fifth son of Capt. Mat<strong>the</strong>w<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (36) and Elizabeth Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation.<br />

He m. 20 May, 1773, Rebecca Edgerton, b. 3 April, 1747,<br />

at l^<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter of William Edgerton and Lydia<br />

Barstow, and a granddaughter of Samuel Edgerton and<br />

Alice Eipley of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

[This Alice Ripley, b. 17 Sept., 1783, at H<strong>in</strong>gham, w<strong>as</strong><br />

a great granddaughter of Gov. William Bradf<strong>or</strong>d, of <strong>the</strong><br />

Mayflower. See No. 563.]<br />

<strong>The</strong>y resided <strong>in</strong> N<strong>or</strong>wich f<strong>or</strong> some time, and removed to<br />

Randolph, Vt. ; where she died <strong>in</strong> Aug., 1799. He survived<br />

her and died <strong>in</strong> April, 1829, at Randolph.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir onlu child w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

1092. William, b. 20 March, 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Chadwick<br />

Briggs.f<br />

V. GusTAVUS <strong>Hyde</strong> (241), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms<br />

(now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 18 June, 1777, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of<br />

Capt. Mat<strong>the</strong>w H^xle (36) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his second wife,<br />

Hannah Pember (1645), w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 1 Oct., 1801, Mary Collar<br />

of Richfield,"N. Y. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Richfield, where he d.<br />

27 Nov., 1824. She survived him, and d. Nov., 1849, at<br />

Richfield.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

1093. Parley, b. March, 1804, at Richfield, m. 1 Julia Harris, 2<br />

widow Adel<strong>in</strong>e Amanda Lewis.<br />

1091. Adolphus, b. May, 1807, at Richfield. He m. <strong>in</strong> 1833, Keziah<br />

Goon of Otsego, N. Y., and d. 1 March, 1851. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

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had two cliildren : 1. Louisa, b. <strong>in</strong> 1835 .<br />

2. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge W., b.<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1843.<br />

1095. James, b. 1820, at Richfield, m. Mar<strong>in</strong>da Elsley.-J-<br />

1096. Isaac, b. 1822, at Richfield. He m. about 1839, Hannah<br />

Shoots of Otseuo. <strong>The</strong>y had no children <strong>in</strong> 1857.<br />

1097. Maria, b. 28 Feb., 1803, at Richfield. She m. about 1845,<br />

H<strong>or</strong>ace Scott of Geneva, Walw<strong>or</strong>th county, Wis., and waa<br />

liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1857, s. ji.<br />

1098. Hannah, b. 5 March, 1806, at Richfield. She m. about 1881,<br />

David Garnet of Richfield, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong> Iowa <strong>in</strong> 1857,<br />

and <strong>the</strong>n had three sons.<br />

1099. Del<strong>in</strong>a, b. 28 June, 1809, at Richfield. She m. <strong>in</strong> 1831, David<br />

J. Parks of Albany, N. Y. <strong>The</strong>y lived at Biughamton,<br />

N. Y., and were liv<strong>in</strong>g at Fond Du Lac, Wis., <strong>in</strong> 1857, and<br />

had eight children : 1. 3Iari/ A., b. 16 May, 1832. 2. Mart<strong>in</strong><br />

L., b. 8 July, 1835. 3. Fhiletus, b. 11 Feb., 1837. 4. James<br />

X., b. 29 Oct., 1844. 5. Albert, b. 14 Jan., 1847. 6. L<strong>or</strong>enzo<br />

E., b. 20 May, 1849. 7. Francis A., b. 15 July, 1851.<br />

And 8. Giles, b. 2 Oct., 1853.<br />

1100. Elizabeth, b. July, 1811, at Richfield. She lu. <strong>in</strong> 1839, Timothy<br />

Filk<strong>in</strong>s of Richfield, who d. 1848, and had three children :<br />

1. Andrew. 2. Clarence. And 3. Alexander.<br />

1101. Sarah, b. July,' 1815, at Richfield, m. Abner Pier.f<br />

1102. Delia, b. 1817, at Richfield. She m. <strong>in</strong> 1832, John Filk<strong>in</strong>s<br />

of Richfield. <strong>The</strong>y were liv<strong>in</strong>g at P<strong>or</strong>t Ontario, N. Y., <strong>in</strong><br />

1857, and had three children : 1. Orson. 2. Ge<strong>or</strong>ge. And<br />

3. 3Iar>j.<br />

f<br />

V. Ira <strong>Hyde</strong> (242), b<strong>or</strong>n at N'<strong>or</strong>wich "West Farms (now<br />

Fraukliu), 26 March, 1779, <strong>the</strong> second son of Capt. Mat<strong>the</strong>w<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (36) of JST<strong>or</strong>wich, by his second wife, Hannah<br />

Peniber, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John H3'de (4) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He m. 10 March, 1802, Susannah T<strong>or</strong>rey, b.<br />

at Frankl<strong>in</strong>, Conn., daughter of Michael T<strong>or</strong>ry and Lucy<br />

T<strong>or</strong>ry his wife, of Franld<strong>in</strong>. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Otsego,<br />

]Sr. Y.J where <strong>the</strong>y were liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong> 1857.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

1103. Ira, b. 23 Sept., 1813, at Otsego, m. Mary Shumway.+<br />

1104. Ambrose, b. 7 Oct., 1819, at Otsego, d. 27 Oct., 1842, unm.<br />

1105. Abel, b. 3 June, 1821, at Otsego, m. 1 Almira S<strong>in</strong>gleton, 2<br />

Sarah Dairy.<br />

1106. Eli, b. 5 Oct., 1824, at Otsego, d. 1 Aug., 1826.<br />

1107. Eli 2d, b. 7 Dec, 1827, at Otsego, unm. <strong>in</strong> 1856.<br />

1108. Luc<strong>in</strong>da, b. 15 Oct., 1803, at Otsego, m. John Sou<strong>the</strong>rland.t<br />

1109.',Wealtha, b. 12 Dec, 1811, at Otsego, m. Stephen Hull.-flllO.'Susan,<br />

b. 8 Aug., 1815, at Otsego. She m. 9 Feb., 1844,<br />

Harvey Layton of Richfield, liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1856, s. p.


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1111. Lucy L., b. 18 July, 1817, at llicLiield, liv<strong>in</strong>g with her parents<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1856, unm.<br />

1112. Eliza, b. 30 Aug., 1823, at Richfield, d. 15 May, 1851, at<br />

Richfield, unm.<br />

Y. Levi <strong>Hyde</strong> (243), b<strong>or</strong>n at JST<strong>or</strong>wicli West Farms (now<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong>) Conn., 21 Feb., 1781, <strong>the</strong> third son of Capt.<br />

Mat<strong>the</strong>w Hjde (o6) of IsT<strong>or</strong>wich, by his second wife Hannah<br />

Pember, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He m. 1 March, 1809, Mary Wentw<strong>or</strong>th.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Frankl<strong>in</strong>, where she died. He w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g<br />

<strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1859.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

1113. Levi W., b. 13 Nov., 1816, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>. He m. 12 March,<br />

1850, Ann Murphy of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at Frankl<strong>in</strong><br />

<strong>in</strong> 1859, and had : 1. William, b. 20 March, 1852. 2. Phe-<br />

be Elizaheth. b. 20 Aug., 1854, and perhaps o<strong>the</strong>r children.<br />

1114. James, b. 30 Oct., 1817, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

1115. Ira, b. 13 Oct., 1820, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

1116. Elizabeth G., b. 5 Jan., 1814, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 7 Nov., 1830,<br />

Russell Ne<strong>well</strong> of W<strong>in</strong>dham.<br />

Y. Eleazer <strong>Hyde</strong> (244), b<strong>or</strong>n at IT<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms<br />

(now Frankl<strong>in</strong>), Conn., 5 March, 1783, <strong>the</strong> fourth son of<br />

Capt. Mat<strong>the</strong>w <strong>Hyde</strong> (36) of iJ^T<strong>or</strong>wich, by his second wife<br />

Hannah Pember, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong><br />

third generation. He m. 29 Dec, 1805, Mary Brown of<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong>. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Frankl<strong>in</strong> and removed to<br />

Onion Yalley, N. Y.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were:<br />

1118. William Waterman, b. 5 Feb., 1811, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

1119. Mat<strong>the</strong>w Eleazer, b. 25 Jan., 1813, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

1120. Augustus, b. 21 Dec, 1821, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

1121. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton,<br />

Oct., 1825, unm.<br />

b. 10 Dec, 1806, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>, d. 15<br />

1122. Adel<strong>in</strong>e Amanda, b. 15 Feb., 1809, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>. She m. 1<br />

Ichabod Lewis, 2 Parley <strong>Hyde</strong> (1093), her first cous<strong>in</strong>.<br />

No. 1093.)<br />

(See<br />

1123. Mary Dean, b. 28 Jan., 1815, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>, m. James M<strong>as</strong>on.+<br />

.<br />

1124. Phebe Harris, b. 5 May, 1813, at Frankl<strong>in</strong> ' She m. Rice.<br />

1125. Eliza M., b. 27 March, 1820, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>. She m. Samuel<br />

Gallup.<br />

1126. Gusta S., b. 21 Dec, 1821, at Frankl<strong>in</strong> (tw<strong>in</strong>), d. 22 Nov., 1824.<br />

Y. Samuel Giff<strong>or</strong>d (247), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 24


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ITov., 1720, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Samuel Gifibrd and Experience<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (37) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 18 Nov., 1742, Martha<br />

Gilf<strong>or</strong>d, b. 12 Feb., 1722, second daughter of John Gilf<strong>or</strong>d<br />

and Martha Gallup of N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

where she d. 11 Sept., 1764, probably without issue.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, he m. 31 Oct., 1765,<br />

Mrs. Anna L<strong>or</strong>d.<br />

His cliihh'cn hi/ her were<br />

1130. Samuel, b. 28 June, 1769, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 4 Aug., 1792.<br />

1131. Abner, b. 29 Jan., 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1132. xVune L<strong>or</strong>d, b. 28 Jan., 1767, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1133. File<strong>the</strong>te, b. 12 Oct., 1771, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1134. Martha, b. 18 Oct., 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

V. Stephen Giff<strong>or</strong>d (248), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 6<br />

Nov., 1726, <strong>the</strong> second son of Samuel Gilf<strong>or</strong>d and Experience<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (37) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 8 April, 1762, Sarah<br />

Waterman, b. 22 July, 1739, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> eldest<br />

daughter of Nehemiah Waterman and Sarah Giftbrdlof<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich {see Ao. 40), and granddaughter of Samuel Giff<strong>or</strong>d<br />

and Mary Calk<strong>in</strong> of N<strong>or</strong>wich (see No. 37).<br />

at N<strong>or</strong>wich about 1764.<br />

She died<br />

His child hy her te<strong>as</strong> :<br />

1135. Sarah, b. 15 May, 1763, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, he m. 11 Dec, 1765,<br />

Sarah Avery of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and had two children rec<strong>or</strong>ded to<br />

<strong>the</strong>m at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

Those children h)/ her were :<br />

:<br />

1136. Gurdon, b. 3 July, 1768, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 10 Dec, 1795,<br />

Zerviah West (2804 (Z), b. about 1773, daughter of Eli<strong>as</strong><br />

West and of his second cous<strong>in</strong>, Mary Lathrop (712) of B.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Bozrah, where she d. 26 March, 1843; and<br />

where he d. 11 Nov., 1850. He b<strong>or</strong>e <strong>the</strong> title of capta<strong>in</strong>,<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> a faVraer. Gurdon Giff<strong>or</strong>d of Bwzrah, who m. 26<br />

Sept., 1825, Eliza Durkee, w<strong>as</strong> probably <strong>the</strong>ir son.<br />

1137. Experience, b. 29 Sept., 1766, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

V. James Giff<strong>or</strong>d (249), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 10<br />

April, 1729, <strong>the</strong> third son of Samuel Gifibrd and Experience<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (37) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w^<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(5) of <strong>the</strong> third geueratiou. He m. 30 Jan., 1760, Susanna


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Hubbard, b<strong>or</strong>n about 1728, at Micldletown, Conn. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he d. 2 April, 1783. She survived<br />

and died <strong>in</strong> March, 1792, aged 62.<br />

Tlieir children were :<br />

1138. James, b. 25 Feb., 1761, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1139. Samuel, b. 3 Sept., 17G4, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1140. Elijah, b. 16 Feb., 1766, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1141. Asa, b. 17 April, 1768, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1142. Joseph, b. 24 Oct., 1775, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1143. Richard Hubbard, b. 27 Nov., 1778, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1144. Abel, b. 23 Jan., 1782, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1145. Auna, b. 14 Oct., 1762, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Diah Mann<strong>in</strong>g.^<br />

1146. Susanna, b. 10 March, 1771, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. her second<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, Hiel Tracy (1196). of Oxf<strong>or</strong>d, N. Y., second son of<br />

Daniel Tracy (262) and Mary Johnson. (>S'ee JVo. 1196.)<br />

1147. Mary, b. 19 Sept., 1773, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

V. ZiBA GiFFORD (250), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 30 Oct.,<br />

1735, <strong>the</strong> fourth son of Samuel Giftbrd and Experience<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (37), w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He m. 24 Dec, 1761, Edith Giftbrd, b. 1 July,<br />

1742, daughter of John Giflbrd and Martha Arnold of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, and granddaughter of John Giflbrd and Martha<br />

Gallup, and great granddaughter of Stephen Giftbrd of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his second wife, Hannah Gallop. <strong>The</strong>y settled<br />

at N<strong>or</strong>wich, w^here <strong>the</strong>y had four children rec<strong>or</strong>ded to<br />

<strong>the</strong>m.<br />

TJwsc children were<br />

1148. Ziba, b. 3 June, 1764, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1149. John, b. 23 Oct., 1766. at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1150. Eliab, b. 15 March, 1769, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1151. Edith, b. 22 Aug., 1762, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

:<br />

V. Hannah Giff<strong>or</strong>d (253), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 20<br />

Sept., 1724, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of Samuel Giftbrd and<br />

Experience <strong>Hyde</strong> (37) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 20 Sept.,<br />

1744, John Abel. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where <strong>the</strong>y<br />

had two children rec<strong>or</strong>ded to <strong>the</strong>m.<br />

Those children were<br />

1159. Hannah, b. 7 March, 1746, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 17 Jan., 1755.<br />

1160. Jerusha, b. 11 March, 1748, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 6 Dec,<br />

1767, Thom<strong>as</strong> Williams (268), son of Thom<strong>as</strong> Williams and<br />

her mo<strong>the</strong>r's first cous<strong>in</strong>, Es<strong>the</strong>r <strong>Hyde</strong> (39). {See No. 268.)


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Y. Lois Giff<strong>or</strong>d (254), bom at N"<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 2.5 Feb.,<br />

1731, <strong>the</strong> third daughter of Samuel Gilt<strong>or</strong>d and Experience<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (37) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of John<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m, 3 Jan., 1753,<br />

<strong>The</strong>ophikis Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton (603), b. 12 Sept., 1726, son of<br />

Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton of N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his iirst wife Abigail<br />

(Abel) Lathrop (101). <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> clerk of <strong>the</strong> Bozrah church, from 1764 to 1778. In<br />

1780 <strong>the</strong>y removed to Lebanon, N. H., where he d. 1815.<br />

<strong>The</strong> date of her death I have not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children iccre<br />

+ :<br />

1161. <strong>The</strong>ophilus, b. 23 Nov., 1753, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Kuth Talcott,<br />

2 Phebe Hall.f<br />

1162. Samuel, b. 29 July, 1756, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Bennet.f<br />

1163. Hiram, b. 24 Aug., 1758, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lucy Perk<strong>in</strong>s.")"<br />

1164. Ziba, b. 26 Oct., 1760, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sila Green.f<br />

1165. Abel, b. 2 Pec, 1762, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 9 Sept., 1778.<br />

1166. Uriel, b. 7 May, 1771, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elizabeth Houoh.+<br />

1167. Nehemiah, b.<br />

Lathrop.+<br />

20 April, 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Hanuah N.<br />

1168. Lois, b. 11 May, 1765, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 15 May, 1786,<br />

Samuel Lathrop of Lebanon, N. H., where she d. 4 April,<br />

1846. He w<strong>as</strong> a sou of Ehsha Lathrop and his second<br />

wife, Hannah Hough.<br />

1169. Margaret, b. 2 Nov., 1768, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Kufus Lathrop,<br />

and lived at Chelsea, Vt., and left a family, <strong>the</strong> particulars<br />

of whom I have not fully <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

V. Experience Giff<strong>or</strong>d (255), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn.,<br />

15 May., 1733, <strong>the</strong> fourth daughter of Samuel Giff<strong>or</strong>d and<br />

Experience <strong>Hyde</strong> (37) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of<br />

John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 26 June,<br />

1754, Isaac Johnson, b. 24 May, 1728, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, son of<br />

Ebenezer Johnson and Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Champion of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y sttled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 7 May, 1755.<br />

His only cJiild hy her w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

1170. Oliver, b. 5 May, 1755, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Martha Perk<strong>in</strong>s.-}-<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n m. 13 March, 1760, Jerusha Gager, b. 30 March,<br />

1735, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter of John Gager and Jerusha<br />

Barstow, and had by her a daughter, Jerusha, b. 14 Jan.,<br />

1761, who m. 30 June, 1785, Dr. Elijah Hartsh<strong>or</strong>n of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

Isaac Johnson's second wife d, 10 March, 1809,<br />

and he d. 15 Nov., 1814, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

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V. John Tracy (258), b<strong>or</strong>n at K<strong>or</strong>wicli, Conn., 11 Feb.,<br />

172G, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of John Tracy and Margaret Hj'dc<br />

(38) of JST<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John Ilyd'e (5) of <strong>the</strong><br />

third generation. He m. 13 Oct., 1747, his tliird cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Margaret Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton (606), b. 23 Nov., 1724, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

daughter of Christopher Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton and Abigail (Abel)<br />

Lathrop (101), <strong>the</strong> widow of Barnab<strong>as</strong> Lathrop ot N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>),<br />

where she d. 24 Dec, 1755. He w<strong>as</strong> a farmer.<br />

His children htj her were :<br />

1171. John, b. 21 Dec, 1755, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Es<strong>the</strong>r Pride.f<br />

1172. Mary, b. 1 April, 1750, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. her fa<strong>the</strong>r's<br />

second cous<strong>in</strong>, Andrew <strong>Hyde</strong> (416), <strong>the</strong> third son of Jabcz<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (58), and Lydia Abel (587) of N<strong>or</strong>wich. {See No. 41G.)<br />

1173. Margaret, b. 29 May, 1753, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Zebediah Lathrop,<br />

2 Benjam<strong>in</strong> 8to<strong>or</strong>s.+<br />

1173 a. Lydia, b. 1755, died young and unm.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, he m. 19 Jan., 1758,<br />

Bethiah Johnson, b. 15 April, 1734, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter<br />

of Ebenezer Johnson and Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Champion of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

She d. 13 Dec, 1803. He survived her and d. 28 March,<br />

1810, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

His children hy her were :<br />

1174. Eleazer, b. 28 April, 1759, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 7 July, 1750.<br />

1175. Eleazer 2d, b. 23 June, 1760, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 7 Oct., 1760.<br />

1176. Oliver, b. 11 Jan., 1769, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lydia Rudd.f<br />

1177. Er<strong>as</strong>tus, b. 11 Feb., 1771, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Clara Prentiss.<br />

1178. Bethia, b. 14 April, 1764, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 9 Sept., 1764.<br />

Y. JosiAH Tracy (260), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 17<br />

April, 1730, <strong>the</strong> third son of John Tracy and Margaret<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (38) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 15 Dec, 1757, Margaret<br />

Pettis, b. 4 March, 1740, daughter of Peter Pettis and<br />

Abigail Failes of N<strong>or</strong>wich, He w\<strong>as</strong> a farmer, and <strong>the</strong>y<br />

scttred at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>). He d.<br />

24 Jan., 1806. She survived him and d. G Sept., 1821.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children iccre<br />

:<br />

1179. Eleazer, b. 21 March, 1764, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Prudee Kogers,<br />

2 widow Hannah Tracy.^<br />

1180. Peter, b. 19 April, 1767, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Abigail Hartsh<strong>or</strong>n.f<br />

1181. Josiah, b. 7 May, 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, ni. Mary Birchard."!"<br />

1182. Zebadiah, b. 18 July, 1782, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 15 Aug., 1786.<br />

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HYDE GENEALOCtY. 105<br />

1183. Cynthia, b. 6 Sept., 1758, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. her second<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, Joshua <strong>Hyde</strong> (970), <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Sil<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(210) and Martha Waterman of N<strong>or</strong>wich. (See No. 970.)<br />

1184. Lucy, b. 7 Oct., 1760, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Daniel Tracy.f<br />

1185. Margaret, b. 14 Dec, 1702, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. her second<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, Abel <strong>Hyde</strong> (971), <strong>the</strong> second son of Sil<strong>as</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (210)<br />

and Martha Waterman of N<strong>or</strong>wich. (See JVo. 971.)<br />

1186. Bethia, b. 16 July, 1769, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Andrew Veach<br />

Williams of Lebanon, son of Veach Williams and Lucy<br />

Walw<strong>or</strong>th of Lebanon, and had one son, Veach, b. 17 April,<br />

1797, who died <strong>in</strong> childhood. Her husband d. 12 Oct.,<br />

1828, at Lebanon. She d. 28 Feb., 1748, at Mohe-an.<br />

1187. Lucretia^b. 4 Sept., 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. William Bailey .+<br />

1188. Rachel, b. 6 March, 1777, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Cyrenus Clark.-i"<br />

1189. Naoma, b. 17 May, 1780, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joseph H. Willes.f<br />

V. Lieut. Hezekiah Tracy (261), b<strong>or</strong>n at JST<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

Conn., 1736, <strong>the</strong> fourth son of John Tracy and Margaret<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (38) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 9 Aug., 1759, Elizabeth<br />

Pettis, b. 29 Dec, 1737, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, "<strong>the</strong> eldest daughter<br />

of Joshua Pettis of N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his first wife, Elizabeth<br />

Crocker. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 9 Nov.,<br />

1791. He afterwards married <strong>the</strong> widow Abigail Starr, but<br />

had no issue by her. He d. 23 June, 1817, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>,<br />

aged 81.<br />

His children loere<br />

:<br />

1190. Dudley, b. 28 Sept., 1760, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah K<strong>in</strong>gsbury.f<br />

1191. Joshua, b. 16 Oct., 1768, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Sarah Pa<strong>in</strong>e, 2<br />

widow Martha H<strong>as</strong>t<strong>in</strong>gs. +<br />

1192. Hezekiah, b. 5 May, 1771, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. Eunice Packard<br />

of Albany, and settled at Greenwich, Conn. She d. 26<br />

May, 1801. He d. 10 July, 1829. <strong>The</strong>y had two children :<br />

1. Eliza, b. 17 June, 1798, d. 17 Oct., 1799. And 2. John<br />

Jay, b. 2 July, 1800.<br />

1193. Elizabeth, b. 1 Dec, 1762, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died unm.<br />

1194. Wealtha, b. 13 Feb., 1767, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died unm.<br />

V. Daniel Tracy (262), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 14<br />

March, 1738, <strong>the</strong> fifth son of John Tracy and Margaret<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (38) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John Hj^de (5)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. IG Sept., 1762, Mary<br />

Johnson, b. 7 April, 1738, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter of Ebenezer<br />

Johnson and Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Champion of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where <strong>the</strong>y probably both died ; but I<br />

have not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed <strong>the</strong> dates of <strong>the</strong>ir deaths.<br />

14


[06 BYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

+<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were:<br />

1195. Uri, b. 8 Feb., 1764, at Novwicli, m. Rutb Hovey.f<br />

1196. Hiel, b. 5 July, 1766, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Susanna Giff<strong>or</strong>d.+<br />

1197. James, b. 9 Feb., 1770, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Euth Calk<strong>in</strong>s, 2<br />

Margaret Wheeler.<br />

1198. Daniel, b. 3 Aug., 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Havens.f<br />

1199. Mary, b. 22 Sept., 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Daniel Baldw<strong>in</strong><br />

of Chenango county, and had two daughters : 1. Mary^<br />

who m. Pardon Smith of Oxf<strong>or</strong>d. 2. , who m.<br />

C<strong>or</strong>hln of McDonoueh, N. Y.<br />

Y. <strong>The</strong>ophilus Tracy (263), b<strong>or</strong>n at l!^ol'wich, Conn.,<br />

14 Sept., 1742, <strong>the</strong> sixth son of John Tracy and Margaret<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (38) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 10 Dec, 1766, his first<br />

cons<strong>in</strong>, Sarah Gilf<strong>or</strong>d (257), b. 22 Jnne, 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

<strong>the</strong> youngest daughter of Samuel Gilf<strong>or</strong>d and Experience<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (37) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, He w<strong>as</strong> a farmer, and <strong>the</strong>y settled<br />

at N<strong>or</strong>wich West Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>). <strong>The</strong>y subsequently<br />

removed to Granville, N. Y., where he d. <strong>in</strong> 1812.<br />

She survived him and removed to Hartwick, N. Y.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

1200. <strong>The</strong>ophilus, b. 16 Nov., 1768, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Thankful Draper.-I-<br />

1201. Rial, b. 5 Dec, 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Dimis Anne Mart<strong>in</strong>.f<br />

1202. Stephen, b. 4 Nov., 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. widow Wade.f<br />

1203. Sarah, b. 15 Dec, 1770, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 11 March, 1793, Dr.<br />

William Liv<strong>in</strong>gston of Salem, N. Y., and removed to St.<br />

Lawrence county.<br />

1204. Experience, b. 16 Dec, 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 16 May, 1793,<br />

at Granville, unm.<br />

1205. Wealtha, b. 2 Oct., 1778, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Sylvanus<br />

West.<br />

1206. Anna, b. 6 Oct., 1780, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 4 May, 1796, unm.<br />

1207. Hannah, b. 20 June, 1783, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. William<br />

L<strong>or</strong><strong>in</strong>g of Spencer, N. Y.<br />

1208. Ruth, b. 16 May, 1785, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1209. Lura, b. 11 May, 1788, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>. She m. Pr<strong>in</strong>ce West.<br />

Y. Lieut. Joshua Tkacy (264), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn.,<br />

13 Aug., 1745, <strong>the</strong> seventh son of John Tracy and Margaret<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (38) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 22 May, 1771, Naoma<br />

B<strong>in</strong>gham of W<strong>in</strong>dham, b. 13 May, 1744, daughter of Jonathan<br />

B<strong>in</strong>gham and Mary Abbe of W<strong>in</strong>dham, and grandof<br />

Wenham, M<strong>as</strong>s. He


HYDE GENEALOGY. 107<br />

d. 20 March, 1777, at IT<strong>or</strong>wich, of tlie small pox and w<strong>as</strong><br />

buried on <strong>the</strong> hill <strong>in</strong> Frankl<strong>in</strong>, near Dr. Woodward's.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir cMldren ivet'e :<br />

1210. Abel, b. 26 April, 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. I have not been able<br />

to get any fur<strong>the</strong>r account of him, and presume he must have<br />

died s. p.<br />

1211. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 23 May, 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> educated<br />

at Yale and died at Baltim<strong>or</strong>e unm.<br />

1112. Joshua, b. 21 Dec, 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 11 Aug., 1779.<br />

V. Elizabeth Tracy (265), b<strong>or</strong>n at IT<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 1<br />

May, 1732, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of John Tracy and Margaret<br />

Ilyde (38), w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of<br />

<strong>the</strong> third generation. She m."9 July, 1753, Zebulon Edgerton<br />

(2401), b. 14 Nov., 1728, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, son of Samuel<br />

Edgerton and of Margaret Abel (563) her third cous<strong>in</strong>.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich AYest Farms (now Frankl<strong>in</strong>),<br />

where he d. 6 Feb., 1798. She survived him and d. 5 Oct.,<br />

1821, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>, aged 89 years.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

1213. Zebulon, b. 4 March, 1754, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>in</strong>. Abigail .f<br />

1214. John, b. 18 May, 1768, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 27 Oct., 1778.<br />

1215. Elizabeth, b. 14 Dec, 1755, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She probably m.<br />

her first cous<strong>in</strong>, Eleazer Bentley (1222), son of William<br />

Bentley and Margaret Tracy (266). {See No. 1222.)<br />

1216. Margaret, b. 10 April, 1758, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1217. Silence, b. 1 March, 1760, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1218. Anne J., b. 7 Nov., 1762, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She prob. m. 21 Jan.,<br />

1787, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>, Ezra Edgerton, b. 17 Jan., 1752, third<br />

son of William Edgerton and Lydia Barstow.<br />

1219. Bethiah, b. 8 Sept., 1764, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, probably m. Eliphalet<br />

Metcalft<br />

1220. Rachel, b. 12 June, 1770, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She probably m. 24<br />

Jan., 1791, pJehial Root, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

1221. Asenath, b. 30 Aug., 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She lived at Frankl<strong>in</strong>,<br />

where she d. 23 Oct., 1836. unm.<br />

V. Margaret Tracy (266), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 16<br />

May, 1734, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of John Tracy and Margaret<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (38) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of John<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 5 Aug., 1755,<br />

William Bentley. Q^hey settled <strong>in</strong> that part of N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

which is now Frankl<strong>in</strong>, where <strong>the</strong>y had one child rec<strong>or</strong>ded<br />

to <strong>the</strong>m.


208<br />

That child w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

' HYDE<br />

GENEALOGY.<br />

1122. Eleazer, b. at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 14 Feb., 1788, Elizabeth<br />

Edgerton (1215), and settled at Frankl<strong>in</strong>. <strong>The</strong>y had one<br />

sou and two daughters : 1. Elizabeth, b. 19 May, 1796, at<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong>, who m. 23 Oct., 1829, Fidelia Henry of Lebanon.<br />

2. Margaret, b. 4 Aug., 1789, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>, d. 7 Nov., 1812,<br />

unm. 3. Bethia, b. 24 Dec, 1791, at Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

Y. Thom<strong>as</strong> Williams (268), bom at N"<strong>or</strong>wicli, 22 Marcli,<br />

1642, son of Thom<strong>as</strong> Williams and Es<strong>the</strong>r <strong>Hyde</strong> (39) of<br />

l^<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He m. 6 Dec, 1767, Jerusha Abel (1160), b.<br />

11 March, 1748, at I^<strong>or</strong>wich, second daughter of John<br />

Abel and Hannah Giflbrd (253) of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled<br />

at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where <strong>the</strong>y had one child rec<strong>or</strong>ded to <strong>the</strong>m.<br />

That child w<strong>as</strong>:<br />

1223. Elisha, b. 14 March, 1770, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

Y. Thom<strong>as</strong> Waterman (275), b<strong>or</strong>n at IS'<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn.,<br />

12 Aug., 1734, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Asa Waterman and Lucy<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (40) of I^<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 24 May, 1759, Eunice<br />

French, b. 24 July, 1739, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> second daughter<br />

of Samuel French and Elizabeth White of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he w<strong>as</strong> drowned <strong>in</strong> 1773, while<br />

w<strong>as</strong>h<strong>in</strong>g sheep.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

1230. Azariah, b. 3 April, 1761, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> a soldier <strong>in</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> army of <strong>the</strong> revolution, and w<strong>as</strong> on board <strong>the</strong> Jersey<br />

prison ship. Upon his exchange he took <strong>the</strong> small pox, of<br />

which he died soon after his return home unm.<br />

1231. Er<strong>as</strong>tus, b. 19 March, 1773, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He lived at N. and<br />

d. 16 March, 1850, unm.<br />

1232. Lucy, b. 22 Sept., 1763, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Bostwick,<br />

and settled at Charlton, N. Y., and had seven children :<br />

1. Elizabeth 31aria. 2. Sarah Anne. 3. Lxicy. 4. Harriet,<br />

5. Rhoda Thompson. 6. Olive Eliza. And a son, who w<strong>as</strong><br />

a purser <strong>in</strong> U. S. navy, and w<strong>as</strong> lost at sea.<br />

1233. Eunice, b. 15 Jan., 1765, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 24 Nov.,<br />

1791, Eber Backus, Esq., b. 10 Oct., 1767, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N., where he w<strong>as</strong> a large landholder. He d.<br />

30 May, 1845, and she d. 3 Sept., 1846, .s. p.<br />

1234. Carol<strong>in</strong>e, b. 25 March, 1769, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Barlow,<br />

and probably removed to Saratoga county, N. Y., and<br />

had several children, one of whom w<strong>as</strong> Samuel.


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V. Capt. Asa Waterman (276), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn.,<br />

1 May, 1743, <strong>the</strong> second son of Asa Waterman and Lucy<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (40), w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. He m. 20 July, 1777, <strong>the</strong> widow Anne Sterry<br />

of Providence, E. L, b. 23'Feb., 1852, third daughter of<br />

Gov. Nichol<strong>as</strong> Cook and Hannah Sab<strong>in</strong> of Providence.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at IST<strong>or</strong>wich, where he died. He w<strong>as</strong> a commissary<br />

<strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> war of <strong>the</strong> revolution, and w<strong>as</strong> f<strong>or</strong> a time<br />

stationed at Providence ; where he probably became acqua<strong>in</strong>ted<br />

with <strong>the</strong> lady he married. After his death, his<br />

widow and children removed to Barriugton, P. I., where<br />

she took possession of property left her by her fa<strong>the</strong>r.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

1235. Robert Sterry, b. 9 Nov., 1781, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1236. Timothy, b. 30 June, 1783, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1237. Asa, b. 24 Aug., 1785, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. and lived at<br />

Dighton, M<strong>as</strong>s.<br />

1238. Nichol<strong>as</strong> Cook, b. 15 Nov., 1787, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1239. Lucretia, b. 29 April, 1778, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1240. Nancey, b. Feb., 1780, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. Watson.<br />

Her daughter, Mrs. Julia Lawless, w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at Barr<strong>in</strong>gton,<br />

E. L, <strong>in</strong>l856.<br />

V. Arunah Waterman (278), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn.,<br />

24 April, 1749, <strong>the</strong> fourth son of Asa Waterman and Lucy<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (40) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5)<br />

of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 24 Jan., 1771, Hannah<br />

Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>, b. 19 Jan., 1749, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, daughter of<br />

John Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> and Hannah Edgerton, and granddaughter<br />

of Capt. John Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> and Sarah Abel of N<strong>or</strong>wich<br />

[see No. 1021). <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He belonged to<br />

Capt. Johnson's company of m<strong>in</strong>ute men <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> war of <strong>the</strong><br />

revolution. After his discharge, <strong>in</strong> 1777, he w<strong>as</strong> <strong>as</strong>sistant<br />

commissary of purch<strong>as</strong>es, baggage m<strong>as</strong>ter, &c. <strong>The</strong>y resided<br />

at N<strong>or</strong>wich until 1801 ; when <strong>the</strong>y removed to<br />

Johnson, Vt. He w<strong>as</strong> a justice of <strong>the</strong> peace, and w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

member of <strong>the</strong> Vermont legislature f<strong>or</strong> several years. She<br />

d. 22 Dec, 1812, at Johnson. He survived her, and d. 27<br />

Aug., 1838, at <strong>the</strong> same place. He w<strong>as</strong> a farmer.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children toere<br />

:<br />

1241. Asa, b. 2 Dec, 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Anna McConnell, 2<br />

Anna Dodge.<br />

1242. Arunah, b. 8 Nov., 1778, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Rebecca Noyes, 2<br />

Mehitable Dodo-e.f


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1243. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 5 Jan., 1781, at N<strong>or</strong>wicli, m. Elean<strong>or</strong> Dodge.+<br />

1244. Azariah, b. 2 May, 1785, at N<strong>or</strong>wicli. He m. <strong>in</strong> 1807, at<br />

Jol<strong>in</strong>son, Vt., and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 1856, s. p.<br />

1245. Joseph, b. 13 Aug., 1787, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Lucy M. Fl<strong>in</strong>t,<br />

2 Laura Ann Hubbel.+<br />

1246. Hannah, b. 14 April, 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Dyar Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>.+<br />

1247. Lucretia, b. 25 April, 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Levi Atwood.f<br />

1248. Fanny, b. 21 Feb., 1783, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Thom<strong>as</strong> M. Pollard.-!-<br />

1249. Lucy, b. 18 July, 1793, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joseph Doane.f<br />

Y. Simeon Thom<strong>as</strong> (283), b<strong>or</strong>n at JST<strong>or</strong>wicli, Conn., 13<br />

Dec, 1753, tlie eldest sou of Ebenezer Tliom<strong>as</strong> of N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

by his second wife, Deb<strong>or</strong>ah <strong>Hyde</strong> (41), w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of<br />

John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He ni. 19 Feb.,<br />

1783, Lucretia Deshon, b. 10 June, 1761, at JSTew London,<br />

<strong>the</strong> third daughter of Capt. Daniel Deshon and Bathsheba<br />

his wife of ISTew London, and granddaughter of Daniel<br />

Deshon and Ruth Christophers of INew London, and great<br />

granddaughter of Grace Turner {see No. 2507). <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where he d. 2 July, 1834 ; and she d.<br />

17 Sept., 1846. He w<strong>as</strong> a member of <strong>the</strong> legislature two<br />

<strong>or</strong> three times.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

1250. Edward, b. 3 April, 1793, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Jane Hutch-<br />

<strong>in</strong>son.<br />

1251. Frances, b. 22 April, 1784, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elisha Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>.f<br />

1252. Lucretia, b. 17 Oct., 1785, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, resid<strong>in</strong>g at her fa<strong>the</strong>r's<br />

homestead <strong>in</strong> N<strong>or</strong>wich, 1857, unm.<br />

1253. Elizabeth, b. 26 April, 1788, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 29<br />

June, 1851, unm.<br />

1254. Mary Ann, b. 18 March, 1797, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. her<br />

second cous<strong>in</strong>, James Nev<strong>in</strong>s <strong>Hyde</strong> (1035), <strong>the</strong> sixth son<br />

of Capt. James <strong>Hyde</strong> (227) and Martha Nev<strong>in</strong>s of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

(See No. 1035.)<br />

1255. Harriet Deshon, b. 19 Aug., 100, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, liv<strong>in</strong>g at her<br />

fa<strong>the</strong>r's homestead <strong>in</strong> 1857, unm.<br />

V. Thom<strong>as</strong> Langrel Thom<strong>as</strong> (284), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

Conn., 1 Aug., 1757, <strong>the</strong> second son of Ebenezer Thom<strong>as</strong><br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his second wife Deb<strong>or</strong>ah <strong>Hyde</strong> (41), w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

grandson of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m.<br />

<strong>in</strong> March, 1783, Eunice Birchard (1680),_b. 22 April, 1760,<br />

at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of his second cous<strong>in</strong>,<br />

Gideon Birchard (405) and Eunice Abel (2386) of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 3 Nov., 1796. He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> several times elected to <strong>the</strong> legislature.


His children hy her were :<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY. HI<br />

1256. Charles, b. 15 Feb., 1784, at N<strong>or</strong>wieh, m. Frances Nev<strong>in</strong>s.t<br />

1257. Gurdon, b. 21 Feb., 1787, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 18 Aug., 1793.<br />

1258. Simeon, b. 28 April, 1792, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He lived at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

and d. October, 1851, unm.<br />

1259. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 28 April, 1792, at N<strong>or</strong>wich (tw<strong>in</strong>), m. Mary<br />

Aust<strong>in</strong>.-f-<br />

1260. Mary, b. 13 Dec, 1789, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. <strong>in</strong> March, 1819,<br />

Mart<strong>in</strong> Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> (6877), at N<strong>or</strong>wich, b. <strong>in</strong> Oct., 1785, son<br />

of Elisha Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong> and Alice Tracy (2507). He died at<br />

sea <strong>the</strong> same year. She w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at Geneva, N. Y., 1857, s.j).<br />

1261. Jerusha, b. 7 April, 1795. at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Eleazer L. Lathrop.f<br />

After tlie death of his first wife, he m. 26 May, 1799,<br />

<strong>the</strong> widow Anne (Post) Blake (2334), <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter<br />

of his second cous<strong>in</strong> Lucy <strong>Hyde</strong> (299) and Jahez Post (541)<br />

of IST<strong>or</strong>wich {see No. 2334). She d. ahout 1813. He d. 17<br />

May, 1827, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

His child hy her lo<strong>as</strong> :<br />

1262. Eunice Ann, b. 26 June, 1800, d. 5 Dec, 1814.<br />

V. Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Thom<strong>as</strong> (285), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 10<br />

Oct., 1749, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Ebenezer Thom<strong>as</strong> of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, hy his second wife, Deb<strong>or</strong>ah <strong>Hyde</strong> (41), w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

granddaughter of John <strong>Hyde</strong> (5) of <strong>the</strong> third generation.<br />

She marned Capt. Frederick Tracy (2501), b. 3 Aug.,<br />

1749, second son of her third cous<strong>in</strong>, Joseph Tracy (590)<br />

and Anne H<strong>in</strong>ckley of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He d. 21 June, 1803, at<br />

Hayti, W. I. She d. 27 July, 1820, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children ivere<br />

:<br />

1263. Henry, b. 23 Nov., 1773, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Alice Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong>.t<br />

1264. Charles, b. 23 July, 1775, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 26 April,<br />

1814, Sophia Dennie of Boston, b. 11 Oct., 1787, daughter<br />

of Thom<strong>as</strong> Dennie and Sarah Bryant of Boston. He w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

ship m<strong>as</strong>ter, and resided at Boston, where he d. 16 Nov.,<br />

1831, s. p. His wife survived him, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at Boston<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1857.<br />

1265. Edward, b. 2 March, 1782, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Ann Nelson.f<br />

1266. Frederick Augustus, b. 23 Oct., 1789, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Eliza<br />

Ripley.-l-<br />

1267. Anne, b. 7 April, 1778, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 30 Sept., 1823, unm.<br />

1268. Mary, b. 2 April, 1780, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Capt. .Jonathan Lee,<br />

and d. 15 April, 1850. <strong>The</strong>ir only child, Eliza, m. John<br />

W. Bulkley of N<strong>or</strong>wich, and had three daughters.


112<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

1269. Elizabeth, h. 7 March, 1784, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, lived at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

and d. 14 Aug., 1841, unm.<br />

1270. Margaret, b. 5 March, 1787, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, lived at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

and d.'30 Sept., 1832, num.<br />

. V. William <strong>Hyde</strong> (288), b<strong>or</strong>n at Jl^<strong>or</strong>wicli, Conn., 22<br />

Sept., 1731, <strong>the</strong> second son of Capt. "William <strong>Hyde</strong> (43) and<br />

Anne B<strong>as</strong>set of K<strong>or</strong>wicli, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of William<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (G) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. March, 1754,<br />

Abigail Langrel, h. 27 June, 1730, at Lebanon, daughter<br />

of Joseph Langrel and Mary Tliom<strong>as</strong>. <strong>The</strong>y settled at<br />

Lebanon, where she died.<br />

His children ly her loere :<br />

1271. William, b. 16 Jan., 1756, at Lebanon, m. 1 Zerviah F. <strong>Hyde</strong>,<br />

2 Sarah Bartlet, 3 Sarah Abbey.+<br />

1272. Thom<strong>as</strong> Langrel, b. at Lebanon, d. unm.<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n m. Alice Otis, and d. 24 April, 1764.<br />

His children hy her were<br />

-i'^-a' [ Two daughters names not <strong>as</strong>certa<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

V. Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (289), b<strong>or</strong>n at I^<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 23<br />

Aug., 1724, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of Capt. William <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(43), and Anne B<strong>as</strong>set of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 7<br />

Aug., 1740, Perez Tracy b. 13 Nov., 1716, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

<strong>the</strong> second sou of W<strong>in</strong>slow Tracy, and Rachel Ripley of<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich. {See M. 2543.)<br />

[This W<strong>in</strong>slow Tracy, w<strong>as</strong> b. 9 Feb., 1689, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

and w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> youngest son of John Tracy <strong>the</strong> first, and<br />

Mary W<strong>in</strong>slow, of N<strong>or</strong>wich {see No. 38) ; and w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

grandfa<strong>the</strong>r of Col. Uriah Tracy of Litchfield, who w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

member of congress and a United States senat<strong>or</strong> from<br />

<strong>the</strong> state of Connecticut. Mary W<strong>in</strong>slow, <strong>the</strong> wife of<br />

John Tracy <strong>the</strong> first of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> b. <strong>in</strong> 1646, at Marshfield,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s., and w<strong>as</strong> a daughter of Josiah W<strong>in</strong>slow and<br />

Margaret Bourn of Marshfield. Josiah W<strong>in</strong>slow w<strong>as</strong> b.<br />

<strong>in</strong> Feb., 1606, at Droitwich <strong>in</strong> Eng., and w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> youngest<br />

son of Edward W<strong>in</strong>slow and Magdalen his wife of Droitwich<br />

; and w<strong>as</strong> bro<strong>the</strong>r of Gov. Edward W<strong>in</strong>slow, who<br />

came over <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> Mayflower. Josiah came over a few<br />

years later, 1631, and settled at Marshfield previous to<br />

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113<br />

1640, and represented that town <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> general court at<br />

Plymouth- <strong>in</strong> 1643. See No. 38.]<br />

Perez Tracy and his wife settled at IST<strong>or</strong>wich, where he<br />

d. 12 Feh., 1801, and she d. 24 April, 1805.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

1275. Joshua, b. 7 June, 1741, at N<strong>or</strong>wicli, <strong>in</strong>. Sarah Perk<strong>in</strong>s.t<br />

1276. William, b. 2 May, 1750, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Mary Buruham.f<br />

1277. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 4 Nov., 1756, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He m. 22 May, 1806,<br />

Hannah Johnson of Bozrah, who d. 9 Oct., 1822. He d. 5<br />

May, 1882, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, s. p.<br />

1278. Rachel, b. 17 Sept., 1743, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She d. 12 July, 1764,<br />

at N<strong>or</strong>wich, unm.<br />

1279. Elizabeth, b. 23 Jan., 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. 1 Nov.,<br />

1768, Elijah Leach, b. 23 Jan., 1744, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, son of<br />

Thom<strong>as</strong> Leach and Sarah Reynolds, and had one child :<br />

Elijali Leach, whose <strong>descendants</strong>, if any, I have not been<br />

able to trace. <strong>The</strong>re w<strong>as</strong> an Elijah H. Leach, that m. 11<br />

Nov., 1849, Anuel<strong>in</strong>a A. Ladd of Frankl<strong>in</strong>.<br />

V. Anne <strong>Hyde</strong> (290), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 8 Oct.,<br />

1727, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of Capt. WiUiam <strong>Hyde</strong> (43) and<br />

Anne B<strong>as</strong>set of ii<strong>or</strong>wich w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of William<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 1 May, 1746,<br />

Abel Calk<strong>in</strong>s, b. 5 Feb., 1726, at i^<strong>or</strong>wich, son of Hugh<br />

Calk<strong>in</strong>s and Phebe Abel of JST<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

[This Hugh Calk<strong>in</strong>s w<strong>as</strong> a descendant of Hugh Calk<strong>in</strong>s,<br />

one of <strong>the</strong> <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al propriet<strong>or</strong>s of JST<strong>or</strong>wich (.see Ao. 4). And<br />

his wife Phebe Abel, b. 1 May, 1693, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

fourth daughter of <strong>the</strong> first Joshua Abel of N<strong>or</strong>wicli, by<br />

his second wife, Bethia Gager.]<br />

Abel Calk<strong>in</strong>s and his wife settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, and were<br />

liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong> 1766, when her fii<strong>the</strong>r's estate w<strong>as</strong> distributed.<br />

She d. 28 Aug., 1778.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

1280. William, b. 18 Aug., 1749, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

1281. Molley, b. 15 Feb., 1747, at N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

V. Hannah <strong>Hyde</strong> (293), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 19<br />

May, 1738, <strong>the</strong> youngest daughter of Capt. William <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(43) and Anne B<strong>as</strong>set of N<strong>or</strong>wicli, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of<br />

William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 17<br />

Dec, 17")7, Timothy Bigelow. <strong>The</strong>y removed to Charlestown,<br />

N. H., where he "died <strong>in</strong> 1762. She d. 16 August,<br />

1764.<br />

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11^<br />

+<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

HYDE GENEALOGY.<br />

1282. Langrel, wlio d. <strong>in</strong> cliildliood.<br />

1283. Mary, who m. Aaron Olmstead. He w<strong>as</strong> a t<strong>or</strong>y <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> revolution,<br />

moved to St. John's, N. B., and w<strong>as</strong> one of <strong>the</strong><br />

grantees of that town.<br />

1284. Hannah, who m. 1 Solomon Smith and had one son, 2 Ward<br />

Wooodbridge and had by him a son and two daughters.<br />

V. Elihu <strong>Hyde</strong> (295), b<strong>or</strong>n at JST<strong>or</strong>wicli, Conn., 3 Aug.,<br />

1734, <strong>the</strong> second son of Richard <strong>Hyde</strong>, Esq. (44), and<br />

Anne Tracy of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of William <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(6) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 26 March, 1766, Sarah<br />

GriswohL <strong>The</strong>y settled at N"<strong>or</strong>wich, and removed to<br />

Lebanon, N. H. He w<strong>as</strong> one of <strong>the</strong> first magistrates of<br />

Lebanon. She died <strong>the</strong>re about 1808. He d. 9 Oct.,<br />

1815.<br />

Tlieir children were<br />

1285. Elihu, b. 2 Jan., 1767, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1<br />

2 Mary Hatch.<br />

Charlotte Patridge,<br />

1286. Asaph, b. 11 March, 1769, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. D<strong>or</strong>othy Converse.+<br />

1287. Richard, b. 4 June, 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. <strong>in</strong> childhood.<br />

1288. Sarah, b. 18 May, 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Thom<strong>as</strong> Hough<br />

(2558), 2 Jehu L. KimbalLf<br />

Y. Peleg <strong>Hyde</strong> (296), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 28 Jan.,<br />

1745, <strong>the</strong> third son of Richard <strong>Hyde</strong>, Esq. (44), and Anne<br />

Tracy of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of<br />

<strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 5 I^ov., 1772, Susannah<br />

Jarvis. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He failed <strong>in</strong> bus<strong>in</strong>ess<br />

and went to <strong>the</strong> south, where he died, away from his family.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children loere :<br />

1289. James Jarvis, b. 5 April, 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Hannah Williams,<br />

2 Lydia Tayl<strong>or</strong>.t<br />

1290. Richard, b. 15 Sept., 1783, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Lucy H<strong>in</strong>man.f<br />

1291. Susan, b. 4 April, 1781, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She m. her second<br />

cous<strong>in</strong>, William J^hmsfield (1365), <strong>the</strong> second son of William<br />

Mansfield and Hannah <strong>Hyde</strong> (321) ofN<strong>or</strong>wich. (^'ecA'o. 1365.)<br />

V. Uriah <strong>Hyde</strong> (303), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 17 Sept.,<br />

1741,<strong>the</strong> third son of Ezra <strong>Hyde</strong> (45) and Elizabeth<br />

LelRng<strong>well</strong> of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of William <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(6) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. 9 Oct., 1764, Mehitable<br />

Mary<strong>in</strong>, b. 4. Oct., 1745, at Lyme, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of<br />

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[This Benjam<strong>in</strong> Marv<strong>in</strong> w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> third son of John<br />

Marv<strong>in</strong> and Mary Graham of Lyme, and grandson of<br />

Lieut. Re<strong>in</strong>old Marv<strong>in</strong> and Sarah CLark of Lyme, which<br />

Lieut. Re<strong>in</strong>okl Marv<strong>in</strong> w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> only son of Re<strong>in</strong>okl Marv<strong>in</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> first of Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, wlio came from England.]<br />

Uriah <strong>Hyde</strong> and his wife settled <strong>in</strong> Lyme, where <strong>the</strong><br />

births of three children are rec<strong>or</strong>ded. I have not been<br />

able to trace <strong>the</strong>m any far<strong>the</strong>r.<br />

Those children were<br />

:<br />

1292. Marv<strong>in</strong>, b. 7 July, 1765, at Lyme.<br />

1293. John, b. 21 Dec, 1769, at Lyme. t<br />

1294. Lois, b. 11 April, 1767, at Lyme.<br />

V. Sarah <strong>Hyde</strong> (306), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., <strong>the</strong><br />

youngest daughter of Ezra <strong>Hyde</strong> (45) and Elizabeth Leff<strong>in</strong>g<strong>well</strong><br />

of IS'<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of William<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (8) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She'm. 21 May, 1761,<br />

Abel Buel, b. 11 April, 1740, at Lebanon, son of Abel<br />

Buel and Mehitable Dewey. He died at Lebanon.<br />

Her children Tjij him were<br />

1295. Abraham, b. 25 Jan., 1764, at Lebanon. He m. 13 Feb.,<br />

1787, Vict<strong>or</strong>ia Clark of Lebfiuou.<br />

1296. Asenath, b. 8 Nov., 1761, at Lebanon.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of her first husband, she m. Samuel<br />

Nye and settled at Tolland and had a family of children<br />

by him, <strong>the</strong> particulars of which family I have not obta<strong>in</strong>ed.<br />

V. Capt. Jedediah <strong>Hyde</strong> (307), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn.,<br />

24 Aug., 1738, <strong>the</strong> only son of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Jedediah <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(46) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his first wife, Jerusha Perk<strong>in</strong>s, w^<strong>as</strong> a<br />

grandson of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of <strong>the</strong> third geiieration.<br />

He m. 28 Jan., 1761, his second cous<strong>in</strong>, Mary'Waterman<br />

(261), b. 19 April, 1739, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> second daughter<br />

of Asa Waterman and Lucy <strong>Hyde</strong> (40) of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y<br />

settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> an officer <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> army of <strong>the</strong><br />

Eevolution. At <strong>the</strong> battle of Bunkerhill he w<strong>as</strong> first<br />

Lieut, of Capt. Coit's company and w<strong>as</strong> slightly wounded<br />

<strong>the</strong>re. He afterwards commanded a company <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

regular army. His wife d. 2 Sept., 1780, at N<strong>or</strong>wich,<br />

while he w<strong>as</strong> absent <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> army.<br />

His children hy her were :<br />

1310. Jedediah, b. 5 Nov., 1701, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Elizabeth Friot.-^<br />

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1311. William, b. 11 Sept., 17G5. at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Stark.f<br />

1312. ArimahW.,b. 21 Sept., 17G8, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Kilb<strong>or</strong>n.-!-<br />

1313. Thom<strong>as</strong> "W., b. 5 April, 1774, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Clarissa Carlton. -i"<br />

1314. Pitt William, b. 29 Dec, 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Mary Kilb<strong>or</strong>n,<br />

2 widow Rebecca Gaige.'i'<br />

1315. Jerusha, b. 24 Oct., 1763, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. James Barnet.f<br />

1316. Mary, b. 3 July, 1770, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Enos Westover.+<br />

1317. Peb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 21 March, 1772, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Simeon Sweet.t<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, he m. <strong>in</strong> 1781, <strong>the</strong><br />

widow Elizabeth (Brown) Parker, b. <strong>in</strong> 1751, at Ston<strong>in</strong>gton,<br />

relict of David Parker, and daughter of Humphrey<br />

Brown and Mary Fann<strong>in</strong>g of Ston<strong>in</strong>gton. <strong>The</strong> tradition<br />

<strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> family, <strong>in</strong> relation to this marriage is, that soon<br />

after <strong>the</strong> marriage of David Parker and Elizabeth Brown,<br />

he enhsted <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> company of Capt. <strong>Hyde</strong> ; and tliat she<br />

applied to <strong>the</strong> capta<strong>in</strong> to rele<strong>as</strong>e her husband. That he<br />

decl<strong>in</strong>ed do<strong>in</strong>g so ; but told her, jocosely that if her liusband<br />

should be killed, and his own wife should die bef<strong>or</strong>e<br />

his return from <strong>the</strong> war, he would himself become her<br />

husband. That her husband w<strong>as</strong> killed <strong>in</strong> battle ; and<br />

that first wife of Capt. <strong>Hyde</strong> hav<strong>in</strong>g died, he kept his promise,<br />

by marry<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> widow of Parker. <strong>The</strong>y removed<br />

to <strong>the</strong> <strong>the</strong>n new township of <strong>Hyde</strong> Park, Vt., named f<strong>or</strong><br />

him, and of which he w<strong>as</strong> one of <strong>the</strong> <strong>or</strong>ig<strong>in</strong>al propriet<strong>or</strong>s<br />

where he d. 29 May, 1822. She survived him and d. 28<br />

Nov., 1S25. He w<strong>as</strong> a farmer.<br />

Sis children hy her were :<br />

t<br />

1318. Eeuben C, b. 27 Dec,, 1781, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Jane Hay.-J-<br />

1319. Russel Brown, b. 29<br />

Noyes.+<br />

March, 1787, at Poultney, m. Carol<strong>in</strong>e<br />

1320. Jabez Perk<strong>in</strong>s, b. 12<br />

Edgerton.+<br />

June, 1791, at <strong>Hyde</strong> Park, m. Martha<br />

1321. Hiram, b. 25 Sept., 1796, at<br />

man, 2 Zylpha Curtis.<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> Park, m. 1 Rachel Well-<br />

1322. Martha Post, b. 6 July, 1783, at Pawlet, m. 1 William Westgate,<br />

2 Eleazer Calk<strong>in</strong>s, 3 Francis Smalley."^<br />

1323. Elizabeth, b. 23 Feb., 1785, at Poultney, m. 1 John Van<br />

Buskirk, 2 Daniel Mills.f<br />

1324. Diadama, b. 11 June, 1789, at <strong>Hyde</strong> Park. She m. Samuel<br />

Jones of Long Island, a cab<strong>in</strong>et maker. <strong>The</strong>y lived several<br />

years at Plattsburgh, N. Y., and removed to Mobile, Ala.,<br />

where she d. 15 Sept., 1854, s. p.<br />

V. Jerusha <strong>Hyde</strong> (309), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 7<br />

June, 1736, <strong>the</strong> second daughter of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Jedediah<br />

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ilyde (46) of IT<strong>or</strong>wicli, by liis first wife Jerusha Perk<strong>in</strong>s,<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a granddangliter of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. She'm. 12 April, 1757, Sil<strong>as</strong> Stark, h. May,<br />

1735, at Lebanon, son of Abial Stark and Mary Walw<strong>or</strong>th<br />

of Lebanon, and grandson of William Walw<strong>or</strong>th <strong>the</strong> first,<br />

and Mary Seaton, of New London. {See No. 312.)<br />

[Abial Stark w<strong>as</strong> b. at Groton, Conn., and <strong>the</strong>re is<br />

very little donbt that he w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of Aaron Stark<br />

who purch<strong>as</strong>ed a farm at <strong>the</strong> head of Mystic, and w<strong>as</strong>, <strong>in</strong><br />

1669, accepted <strong>as</strong> a freeman at l^ew London, and d. 1685.<br />

See Calk. N. L., 313.]<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Colchester, where she d. 23 of Aug.,<br />

1771, and w<strong>as</strong> buried <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> old cemetery at N<strong>or</strong>wich town.<br />

Sis children hy her were :<br />

1325. Simeon, b. 18 Dec, 1758, at Colchester, d. 17 June, 1769.<br />

1326. Sil<strong>as</strong>, b. 22 Feb., 1762, at Colchester, m. Ann Harris.-f"<br />

1327. Jedediah H., b. 28 Feb., 1764, at Colchester, m. Abigail<br />

Camp.f<br />

1328. Abel, b. 21 May, 1766, at Colchester, m. Lydia Fletcher.f<br />

1329. William, b. 20 April, 1770, at Colchester, m. Olive Barber.f<br />

1330. Jerusha, b. 20 May, 1760, at Colchester, m. Jonathan Gardner.+<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, he m. 8 April, 1784,<br />

Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Carey of W<strong>in</strong>dham, and had by her three children<br />

: Jabez Hough, b. 31 Jan., 1790 ; Charlotte, b. 12 July,<br />

1785 ; and Dimmis, b. 4 Aug., 1787. Sil<strong>as</strong> Stark d. 3 July,<br />

1799, at Lebanon ; where his second wife d. 12 March,<br />

1812.<br />

V. DiADAMA <strong>Hyde</strong> (310), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 10<br />

Dec, 1740, <strong>the</strong> youngest daughter of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Jedediah<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (46) by his first wife, Sarah Perk<strong>in</strong>s, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of <strong>the</strong> third generation.<br />

She m. 27 Dec, 1761, Dr. Benjam<strong>in</strong> Butler, b. 21 April,<br />

1739, at W<strong>in</strong>dham, Conn., <strong>the</strong> third son of Thom<strong>as</strong> Butler<br />

and Abigail Ch-aft of W<strong>in</strong>dham.<br />

[Thom<strong>as</strong> Butler and Daniel Butler came to W<strong>in</strong>dham,<br />

from M<strong>as</strong>sachusetts. Thom<strong>as</strong> m. 9 March, 1732, Abigail<br />

Craft, and had by her four children : Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 23 June,<br />

1734 ; Eleazer, b. 24 Sept., 1736 ; Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 21 April,<br />

1739 ; and Abigail, b. 10 Jan., 1744. His wife d. 11 Jan.,<br />

1744, <strong>the</strong> day after <strong>the</strong> birth of her daughter. He <strong>the</strong>n m.<br />

7 Feb., 1745, Deb<strong>or</strong>ah Meacham of W<strong>in</strong>dham, who d. 3


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March, 1749, 5. p. He <strong>the</strong>n m. 19 June, 1749, Thankful<br />

Luce, and had by her live children : Mary, b. 20 Sept.,<br />

1750 ; Deb<strong>or</strong>ah, b. 20 March, 1752 ; William, b. 27 Jan.,<br />

1754 ; Hannah, b. 2 Feb., 1756 ; and Sarah, b. 14 March,<br />

1760.]<br />

Benjam<strong>in</strong> Butler and his wife settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a physician, and a man of great wit and hum<strong>or</strong>. She<br />

d. 18 Sept., 1777, at IT<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

Tlieir children were:<br />

1331. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 30 Jan., 1764, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Hannah Avery.t<br />

1332. Thom<strong>as</strong>, b. 30 March, 1769, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Sarah Dcuison.+<br />

1333. Jerusha, b. 8 Sept., 1762, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Gideon Deui,son.+<br />

1334. Rosamond, b. 26 Dec, 1766, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 5 May, 1783.<br />

1335. M<strong>in</strong>erva, b. 10 April, 1771, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 25 April, 1784.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, he m. 3 Feb., 1784,<br />

Kuth Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton, b. 1735, daughter of Peter Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton<br />

and Ruth Edgcrton, but had no issue by her. He d. 17<br />

June, 1789, at JST<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

V. Appiiia <strong>Hyde</strong> (312), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 29<br />

Sept., 1757, <strong>the</strong> eldest daughter of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Jedediah <strong>Hyde</strong><br />

(46) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his second wife, Jerusha Tracy (598),<br />

w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of "William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of <strong>the</strong> third<br />

generation. She m. 9 Feb., 1780, Capt. Samuel- Cardell,<br />

b. 27 Aug., 1748, at New London, son of William Cardell<br />

of New London, by his second wife, Elizabeth Burch.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Bozrah, and he w<strong>as</strong> lost at sea, 13 Jan.,<br />

1T81.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir only cliild w<strong>as</strong>:<br />

1336. William Samuel, b. 27 Nov., 1780, at Bozrah, m. dementia<br />

Rogers.^<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of her first husband, she m. 29 May,<br />

1782, Benjam<strong>in</strong> Walw<strong>or</strong>th, b. 11 Nov., 1746, at Groton,<br />

Conn., <strong>the</strong> youngest sou of Capt. John Walw<strong>or</strong>th and<br />

Sarah Dunn of Groton, and grandson of William Walw<strong>or</strong>th<br />

and Mary Seaton.<br />

[This William Walw<strong>or</strong>th came to New London about<br />

1689, from <strong>the</strong> neighb<strong>or</strong>hood of London, England, at <strong>the</strong><br />

request of Gen. Fitz John W<strong>in</strong>throp, f<strong>or</strong> <strong>the</strong> purpose of<br />

<strong>in</strong>troduc<strong>in</strong>g English farm<strong>in</strong>g upon Fisher's Island, <strong>the</strong>n<br />

owned by W<strong>in</strong>throp. Soon after his arrival he married<br />

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][29<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled upon Fisher's Islaucl, of which he w<strong>as</strong> f<strong>or</strong><br />

several years <strong>the</strong> lessee. He and his wife and <strong>the</strong>ir eldest<br />

child, Martha, were baptized at New London, by <strong>the</strong> Rev.<br />

Gurdon Saltonstall, 24 Jan., 1692. Sh<strong>or</strong>tly bef<strong>or</strong>e his<br />

death, William "Walw<strong>or</strong>th obta<strong>in</strong>ed a tract of laud <strong>in</strong> that<br />

part of J^ew London which is now Groton ; npon which<br />

his widow lived and brought up his children respectably<br />

by her great <strong>in</strong>dustry and energy of character, after his<br />

death. He died <strong>in</strong> 1703, at Groton. She survived him,<br />

and d. 14 Jan., 1752, at New London, <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> 49th year of<br />

her widowhood, aged 84. <strong>The</strong>y had four sons and three<br />

daughters, <strong>the</strong> eldest of whom w^<strong>as</strong> only 12 years old at<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir fa<strong>the</strong>r's death : 1. William, who m. 1 Mary Avery of<br />

Groton, and had by her four sons and four daughters, and<br />

who m. 2 Elizabeth H<strong>in</strong>kley, and had by her one son and<br />

one daughter. 2. Joh7i, who m. Sarah i)unn of Newp<strong>or</strong>t,<br />

and had by her six sons and three daughters. He w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

capta<strong>in</strong> of dragoons, and died at Groton, about 1749, of<br />

<strong>the</strong> small pox; and she d. 5 Nov., 1778. 3. Thom<strong>as</strong>, who<br />

m. a daughter of AVilliam Stark of Groton, and had one<br />

son. 4. James (tw<strong>in</strong> of Thom<strong>as</strong>), who d. <strong>in</strong> his m<strong>in</strong><strong>or</strong>ity<br />

unm. 5. Martha, who m. John Stark of New London,<br />

and had a family. 6. Mary, who m. Abial Stark of Lebanon,<br />

and had a family. And 7. Joanna, who m. Christopher<br />

Stark of Groton, and had four sons and four daughters.<br />

This "William Walw<strong>or</strong>th of Fisher's Island, w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

great grandfa<strong>the</strong>r of <strong>the</strong> writer of this " <strong>Hyde</strong> Genealogy,"<br />

and is undoubtedly <strong>the</strong> progenit<strong>or</strong> of all bear<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong> name<br />

of Walw<strong>or</strong>th <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> United States. Some of <strong>the</strong> <strong>descendants</strong><br />

of his son William write <strong>the</strong>ir name Walsio<strong>or</strong>th.']<br />

Benjam<strong>in</strong> Walw<strong>or</strong>th w<strong>as</strong> a hatter <strong>in</strong> early life, and<br />

w<strong>or</strong>ked at that trade at Poughkeepsie and at M<strong>in</strong>is<strong>in</strong>ck,<br />

N. Y. In <strong>the</strong> early part of <strong>the</strong> revolution he w<strong>as</strong> quarterm<strong>as</strong>ter<br />

of Col. Nicoll's New Y<strong>or</strong>k regiment <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> service<br />

of <strong>the</strong> United States. He w<strong>as</strong> <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> battle of White<br />

Pla<strong>in</strong>s ; upon which occ<strong>as</strong>ion he w<strong>as</strong> <strong>the</strong> act<strong>in</strong>g adjutant<br />

of <strong>the</strong> regiment. When <strong>the</strong> term of service of <strong>the</strong> regiment<br />

expired, he engaged <strong>in</strong> merchandise with Philip<br />

Hart of N<strong>in</strong>e Partners, N. Y. Soon after his marriage he<br />

gave up <strong>the</strong> bus<strong>in</strong>ess of a merchant and settled at Bozrah<br />

<strong>as</strong> a farmer, which bus<strong>in</strong>ess he pursued f<strong>or</strong> <strong>the</strong> residue of<br />

his life. In <strong>the</strong> fall of 1792, he purch<strong>as</strong>ed a farm <strong>in</strong> Hoosick,<br />

N. Y., to which he removed <strong>in</strong> Feb., 1793. He afterwards<br />

purch<strong>as</strong>ed ano<strong>the</strong>r va]ua1)le f<strong>or</strong>m <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> same town,<br />

and likewise became a mill owner. He w<strong>as</strong> an active<br />

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tlie duties of tlie most imp<strong>or</strong>tant town offices. He d. 26<br />

Feb., 1812, at Hoosick, hav<strong>in</strong>g been killed by tbe kick of<br />

a h<strong>or</strong>se. His wife survived him many years, and d. 8<br />

Feb., 183T at Fredonia, K Y.<br />

Her- children hy Mm were :<br />

1337. John, b. 21 Nov., 1784, at Bozrah, m. 1 Sarah Simonds, 2<br />

Ca<strong>the</strong>r<strong>in</strong>e M. Bailey.+<br />

1338. James C, b. 5 March, 1787, at Bozrah, m. 1 Helen T. Sill,<br />

2 Maria M. Haynes.+<br />

1339. Reuben H., b. 20 Oct., 1788, at Bozrah, m. 1 Maria K. Averill,<br />

2 widow Sarah Ellen IIard<strong>in</strong>.+<br />

1340. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 12 Oct., 1792, at Bozrah, m. Charlotte Eddy.+<br />

1341. Jedediah H., b. 18 Jan., 1797, at Hoosick. He w<strong>as</strong> a lawyer,<br />

and d. 19 Feb., 182G, at Hoosick, unm.<br />

1342. Hiram, b. 23 April, 1799, at Hoosick, m. Delia A. Griff<strong>in</strong>.t<br />

1343. Rosamond B., b. 27 Feb., 1783, at Bozrah, m. 1 Oliver Barbour,<br />

2 Benjam<strong>in</strong> Randall.<br />

1344. Sarah D., b. 22 Sept., 1790, at Bozrah, m. Field Dalee.+<br />

1345. Apphia L., b. 31 Oct., 1794, at Hoosick, m. David J. Mattison.-i"<br />

1346. Eliza Ann, b. 17 March, 1801, at Hoosick, m. Charles T. Platt.f<br />

V. Elizabeth <strong>Hyde</strong> (313), b<strong>or</strong>n at IST<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 21<br />

Nov., 1760, <strong>the</strong> youngest daughter of <strong>the</strong> Rev. Jedediah<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (46) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, by his^'second wife, Jerusha Tracy<br />

(598), w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6] of <strong>the</strong><br />

third generation. She m. 2 Feb., 1782, John Harris (1423),<br />

b<strong>or</strong>n 1759, at I^<strong>or</strong>wich, <strong>the</strong> third son of Benjam<strong>in</strong> Harris,<br />

and her iirst cous<strong>in</strong>, Anne Waterman (348) of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled <strong>in</strong> that part of N<strong>or</strong>wich which is now Bozrah,<br />

and removed from <strong>the</strong>re to Pla<strong>in</strong>field, N. H. He w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

merchant, and he represented <strong>the</strong> town of Pla<strong>in</strong>field several<br />

times <strong>in</strong> <strong>the</strong> state legislature. He d. 29 March, 1239, at<br />

Lebanon, N. H. She survived him, and d. 24 April, 1843.<br />

Tlieir children loere<br />

:<br />

1347. Jedediah<strong>Hyde</strong>,b. 2 Dec, 1784, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Judith Young.f<br />

1348. John b. 24 Jan., 1787, at Bozrah, d. same day.<br />

1349. John Waterman, b. 21 April, 1788. He m. Susan Duncan<br />

of Pla<strong>in</strong>field, N. H., daughter of Robert Duncan and Hannah<br />

Emerson. He w<strong>as</strong> a merchant, and settled at West Rutland,<br />

Vt., where he d. 14 Oct., 1820, s. p. She survived, and m.<br />

William Reynolds of Boston, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong> Boston <strong>in</strong><br />

1862, <strong>the</strong> widow of W. Reynolds.<br />

1350. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 31 March, 1794, at Pla<strong>in</strong>field, d. 5 Feb., 1813.<br />

1351. Tracy b. 4 Nov., 1796, at Pla<strong>in</strong>field, d. 18 May, 1813.<br />

H^o- S^''^"' 1 b. 6 Oct., 1798, at Pla<strong>in</strong>field, d. 26 Oct., 1798.<br />

1353. Hiram, j<br />

1354. Alfred, b. 29 Nov., 1799, at Pla<strong>in</strong>field, d. 17 Dec, 1799.<br />

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1356. Rosamond B., b. 2 Dec, 1782, at N<strong>or</strong>wicli, m. Levi Sargent.'!-<br />

1357. Elizabeth H., b. 23 Nov., 1791, at Pla<strong>in</strong>field, and d. 3 Aug.,<br />

1836, unnl.<br />

1358. Apphia, b. 29 Nov., 1799, at Pla<strong>in</strong>field, and d. <strong>in</strong> Jan., 1800.<br />

V. Elisha <strong>Hyde</strong> (315), bom atl^<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 10 Oct.,<br />

1751, <strong>the</strong> eldest son of Elislia lljde (47) and Lydia Tracy<br />

(596) of IST<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of William Hdye<br />

(6) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. He m. Nancy Hallam, b<strong>or</strong>n<br />

at New London. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich. He w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

lawyer and justice of <strong>the</strong> peace; w^<strong>as</strong> a member of <strong>the</strong><br />

legislature 22 times. He w<strong>as</strong> f<strong>or</strong> about 15 years <strong>the</strong><br />

may<strong>or</strong> of N<strong>or</strong>wich. He d. 16 Dec, 1813.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children xccrc<br />

:<br />

1359. Sarah Hallam, b. 11 Oct , 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Zebulun Perk<strong>in</strong>s<br />

Burnham.'t"<br />

1360. Nancy Maria, b. 1 March, 1792, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She resided at<br />

N<strong>or</strong>wich, and d. 26 March, 1816, unm. She w<strong>as</strong> a very<br />

talented lady and of high literary atta<strong>in</strong>ments f<strong>or</strong> one who<br />

died so young. A sh<strong>or</strong>t biography of her w<strong>as</strong> published by<br />

her friend Mrs. Sigourney. <strong>The</strong> follow<strong>in</strong>g is an extract from<br />

an epitaph of 14 stanz<strong>as</strong> which she wrote f<strong>or</strong> her own early<br />

grave ; <strong>the</strong> whole of which would compare fav<strong>or</strong>ably with<br />

Grai/s Elegy.<br />

" Stranger, behold this stone ! beneath it sleeps,<br />

What once had animation, re<strong>as</strong>on, life ;<br />

And while, <strong>in</strong> va<strong>in</strong>, <strong>the</strong> eye of s<strong>or</strong>row weeps,<br />

<strong>The</strong> sad heart rests, unvexed by earthly strife.<br />

No m<strong>or</strong>e <strong>the</strong> smiles of joy shall light <strong>the</strong> face,<br />

N<strong>or</strong> health's fair roses on <strong>the</strong> cheek shall bloom ;<br />

F<strong>or</strong>ever fled, <strong>the</strong> gaiety and grace<br />

Of sprightly youth—<strong>the</strong>y sh<strong>in</strong>e not on <strong>the</strong> tomb.<br />

No arms escutcheon'd on <strong>the</strong> humble stone,<br />

Reveal <strong>the</strong> titled greatness of <strong>the</strong> dead ;<br />

To wealth, to fame, to grandeur, all unknown<br />

W<strong>as</strong> she, who slumbers <strong>in</strong> this silent bed.<br />

What though no gath'r<strong>in</strong>g crowds <strong>as</strong>semble 'round<br />

Her f<strong>in</strong>al home, ur grac'd her funeral bier ;<br />

Believe not that <strong>the</strong> undist<strong>in</strong>guish'd ground,<br />

W<strong>as</strong> never moistened by afl'ection's tear.<br />

F<strong>or</strong> who so vile, so unbelov'd can live,<br />

So unlamented to <strong>the</strong> grave descend,<br />

That sympathy no ti-ibute h<strong>as</strong> to give ;<br />

That dies not hon<strong>or</strong>ed by some soiTow<strong>in</strong>g friend."<br />

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Y. Ann <strong>Hyde</strong> (319), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 17 July,<br />

1749, <strong>the</strong> third daughter of Ehsha <strong>Hyde</strong> (47) and Lydia<br />

Tracy (596) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, Av<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of William<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 14 April, 1763,<br />

Bela Turner, b. 19 April, 1742, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, son of Capt.<br />

Philip Turner and Anne (Hunt<strong>in</strong>gton) Adgate of N<strong>or</strong>wich.<br />

He w<strong>as</strong> a lawyer. <strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d.<br />

9 Jan., 1765 {see No. 2506).<br />

His only child hy her w<strong>as</strong> :<br />

1361. Anne, b. 19 Nov., 1763, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 26 Nov., 1764.<br />

After <strong>the</strong> death of his first wife, Bela Turner m. 20<br />

Aug., 1765, Lydia Fr<strong>in</strong>k of W<strong>in</strong>dham, and had by her a<br />

son, Bela, b. 6 Jan., 1767, and four daughters : Nancy,<br />

Lydia, Lucy, and Clarissa.<br />

V. Amy <strong>Hyde</strong> (320), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 17 July,<br />

1749, <strong>the</strong> fourth daughter of Elisha <strong>Hyde</strong> (47) and Lydia<br />

Tracy (596) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of Wilham<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. Charles Hill,<br />

b. 19 June, 1741, son of Charles Hill and Jane Chapman<br />

of N<strong>or</strong>wich. <strong>The</strong>y settled at Lebanon, N. H., where she<br />

died.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

:<br />

1362. Charles, who went to Whitesb<strong>or</strong>o', N. Y., where he w<strong>as</strong> a<br />

clerk, and to Cazenova, where he w<strong>as</strong> au officer of militia.<br />

1363. Elijah, who probably died <strong>in</strong> childhood.<br />

He <strong>the</strong>n m. 17 Oct., 1784, her third cous<strong>in</strong>, Lydia Metcalf<br />

(908), daughter of Samuel Metcalf (189) and Mehitable<br />

Hammond.<br />

V. Hannah <strong>Hyde</strong> (321), b<strong>or</strong>n at N<strong>or</strong>wich, Conn., 11<br />

Sept., 1756, <strong>the</strong> fifth daughter of Elisha <strong>Hyde</strong> (47) and<br />

Lydia Tracy (596) of N<strong>or</strong>wich, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter of<br />

William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She m. 9 Dec,<br />

1775, William Mansfield, b. about 1750, at Salem, M<strong>as</strong>s.,<br />

son of Jonathan Mansfield and Bumpstead of Salem.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at N<strong>or</strong>wich, where she d. 12 Jan., 1799. He<br />

survived her, and d. 22 tfuly, 1839, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, at <strong>the</strong> advanced<br />

age of 89 years.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were<br />

1364. William, b. 7 Sept., 1776, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 30 Sept., 1776.<br />

1365. William 2d, b. 14 Sept., 1777, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Susan <strong>Hyde</strong>.f


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1366. Elisha <strong>Hyde</strong>, b. 5 Aug., 1790, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 10 Aug., 1790.<br />

1367. Elisha <strong>Hyde</strong> 2d, b. 28 Aug., 1793, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. 1 Sarah<br />

Davison, 2 Sarah McCurdy, 3 Emely Hebbard.+<br />

1368. Lydia <strong>Hyde</strong>, b. 26 May, 1779, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Samuel B.<br />

Hempstead. 'i"<br />

1369. Mary, b. 25 Feb., 1781, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, died unm.<br />

1370. Amy, b. 30 Jau., 1783, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Augustus Converse.<br />

1371. Nancy, b. 23 July, 1784, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at Salem,<br />

M<strong>as</strong>s., 1857, unm.<br />

1372. Hannah <strong>Hyde</strong>, b. 7 May, 1786, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Joshua Tracy<br />

(4038).+<br />

1372a. iaiiza <strong>Hyde</strong>, b. 25 April, 1778, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Tread<strong>well</strong><br />

of Salem, 3I<strong>as</strong>s., and died <strong>the</strong>re s. p.<br />

1373. D<strong>or</strong>c<strong>as</strong>, b. 15 July, 1791, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, m. Alpheus K<strong>in</strong>gsley.+<br />

1374. Freelove, b. 22 May, 1795, at N<strong>or</strong>wich. She w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g<br />

at Salem, M<strong>as</strong>s., <strong>in</strong> 1857, unm.<br />

1374rt. Carol<strong>in</strong>e, b. 8 May, 1797, at N<strong>or</strong>wich, d. 11 Dec, 1797.<br />

V. William Rufus <strong>Hyde</strong> (324), baptized at Lyme,<br />

Conn., 2 Sept., 1750, son of Benjam<strong>in</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (48) of Lyme,<br />

by bis first wife Abigail Lee, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson of William<br />

<strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of tbe tbird generation. He m. 10 Dec., 1775,<br />

Elizabetb Sterl<strong>in</strong>g of Lyme. Tbey settled at Lyme wbere<br />

be d. 13 Nov., 1783. His widow moved to tbe state of<br />

Vermont, <strong>as</strong> it is supposed.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children icere:<br />

1374a. Alexander, b. 6 March, 1782, at Lyme. He went with his<br />

mo<strong>the</strong>r to <strong>the</strong> state of Vermont, and probably died unm.<br />

1375. Elizabeth, b. 14 Jan., 1780, at Lyme, probably m. Benjam<strong>in</strong><br />

Kock<strong>well</strong>."!"<br />

V. Abigail <strong>Hyde</strong> (339), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn., July,<br />

1769, daugbter of Benjam<strong>in</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (48) of Lyme by bis<br />

second wife, tbe widow Abigail Cbadwick, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaugbter<br />

of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of tbe tbird generation.<br />

Sbe m. 26 Nov., 1789, Samuel Carrier, b. about 1768, son<br />

of Samuel Carrier and Rebecca Sears of Haddam. Tbey<br />

settled at West Cbester, Conn., wbere be d. 5 Sept., 1839,<br />

aged 71. Sbe d. 4 Aug., 1845.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

1376. Aristobulus,<br />

Adams.<br />

b. 11 Aug., 1790, at Middletown, m. Electa<br />

1377. Rebecca, b. 3 Nov., 1792, at West Chester, m. Sparrow Williams.+<br />

1378. Matilda, b. 12 Aug., 1794, at West Chester. She m. Eli<strong>as</strong><br />

Loomis of Colchester, and d. 30 June, 1849.<br />

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224 Il^'^E GENEALOGY. .<br />

y. Benjam<strong>in</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (340), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn., 1779,<br />

<strong>the</strong> only son of Benjam<strong>in</strong> Ilyde (48) of Lyme by bis tbird<br />

wife, Elizabetb M<strong>in</strong><strong>or</strong>, relict of Elijab L<strong>or</strong>d, w<strong>as</strong> a grandson<br />

of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of tbe tbird o-eneration. He m.<br />

6 June, 1802, Lois Ellis, b. 8 Marcb, 1783, at Woodstock,<br />

Vt., dangbter of Tbom<strong>as</strong> Elbs and Lois Smitb of Woodstock.<br />

<strong>The</strong>y settled at Woodstock, and removed to Hartf<strong>or</strong>d,<br />

N. Y., wbere tbey resided many years. In 1857,<br />

tbey were liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong> Brunswick, 'N. Y., near tbe city of<br />

Troy. He d. about 1 Jan., 1860. Sbe d. 27 Jan., 18G0.<br />

<strong>The</strong>ir children were :<br />

1379. Alonzo, b. 9 Oct., 1804, at Woodstock, <strong>in</strong>. Lura Wood.f<br />

1380. Robert H., b. 25 Dec, 1806, at E<strong>as</strong>ton, m. 1 Jane Anuc<br />

Leav<strong>in</strong>s, 2 Harriet H. Crandall.'J'<br />

1381. Hiram T., b. Nov., 1808, at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, m. Mary Fuller.-!"<br />

1382. Ge<strong>or</strong>oeW.,b. 28 Marcb, 1811, at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, d. 2 April, 1811.<br />

1383. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. 12 March, 1815, at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, d. 7 Nov., 1818.<br />

1384. Lee L<strong>or</strong>d, b. 17 Nov., 1817, at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, m. 1 EmelyFurman,<br />

2 Elizabetb Luce.+<br />

1385. Almira, b. 20 March, 1803, at Woodstock, and d. 12 Jan.,<br />

1847, unm.<br />

1386. Jane H., b. 18 Sept., 1812, at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d. She m. 31 Jan.,<br />

1832, William D<strong>or</strong>r of Hebron, N. Y. <strong>The</strong>y were liv<strong>in</strong>g<br />

with his parents at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d, N. Y., <strong>in</strong> 1857, and <strong>the</strong>n<br />

had one son, Ge<strong>or</strong>ge U., and had lost three children, who<br />

died <strong>in</strong> childhood.<br />

1387. Mary, b. 20 Jan., 1821, at Hartf<strong>or</strong>d. She m. 15 Oct., 1843,<br />

Humphrey C. Slocum of Troy, N, Y., and <strong>in</strong> 1857, had two<br />

sons: 1. Warren E. 2. Charles II.- And had lost one son, 3.<br />

Ge<strong>or</strong>ge, who died <strong>in</strong> his <strong>in</strong>fancy.<br />

Y. Anne <strong>Hyde</strong> (342), b<strong>or</strong>n at Lyme, Conn., tbe youngest<br />

daughter of Benjam<strong>in</strong> <strong>Hyde</strong> (48) of Lyme, by bis tbird<br />

wife Elizabetb M<strong>in</strong>er, relict of Elijah L<strong>or</strong>d, w<strong>as</strong> a granddaughter<br />

of William <strong>Hyde</strong> (6) of <strong>the</strong> third generation. She<br />

m. John Simonds of Lyme. He w<strong>as</strong> lost at sea.<br />

Her children hy him were :<br />

1388. Benjam<strong>in</strong>, b. at Lyme. He m. and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at Beekmantown,<br />

N. Y., <strong>in</strong> 1860, and had six children : 1. Rohert. 2.<br />

Benjam<strong>in</strong>, &c.<br />

1389. Eliza, b. 12 Nov., 1795, at Lyme, m. Rev. John M. Weaver.f<br />

After bis death sbe m. about 1801, John Munson of<br />

Lyme. <strong>The</strong>y settled <strong>in</strong> Yermont. In 1808, <strong>the</strong>y removed<br />

to Kew Jersey, and from <strong>the</strong>nce to tbe city of i^ew Y<strong>or</strong>k<br />

<strong>in</strong> 1818, where he died. She survived him, and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g<br />

at New Y<strong>or</strong>k <strong>in</strong> 1860.


Her children hy him were :<br />

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1390. James. He m. Mary Hutch<strong>in</strong>son, and lived <strong>in</strong> New Y<strong>or</strong>k,<br />

and had seven children : I.James. 2. William. ^.Benjam<strong>in</strong>,<br />

4. Amanda. 5. Sarah. 6. Laremid. 7. Charles.<br />

1391. Er<strong>as</strong>tus H. He m. 1 Elizabeth Smith, and lived <strong>in</strong> New<br />

Y<strong>or</strong>k. He had by her seven children : 1. Ann Eliza. 2.<br />

3Iercy. 3. Rebecca. 4. Phebc. 5. Er<strong>as</strong>tus. 6. Raj)haeL 7.<br />

Martiji Lu<strong>the</strong>r. His wife died, and he <strong>the</strong>n m. 2 widow<br />

C<strong>or</strong>nelia Thompson. He w<strong>as</strong> a merchant.<br />

1392. Henry. He m. Lydia Noble and w<strong>as</strong> liv<strong>in</strong>g at New Rochelle,<br />

N. Y., <strong>in</strong> 1858, and had a family of six <strong>or</strong> seven children.<br />

1393. Miranda, b. 5 Jan., 1802. She m. 12 May, 1824, Charles<br />

Smith of Ridgefield, Conn. <strong>The</strong>y were liv<strong>in</strong>g <strong>the</strong>re <strong>in</strong> 185G,<br />