2 edition of Genealogy of the descendants of John Bissell of Windsor, Connecticut by 1640 found in the catalog.
Genealogy of the descendants of John Bissell of Windsor, Connecticut by 1640
|Other titles||Bissell genealogy.|
|Statement||by Edward Payson Jones.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B6325 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 530 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||530|
|LC Control Number||75320261|
The Descendants of John Drake of Windsor, Connecticut Gay, Frank B and Harrie Beekman Drake; Rutland, Vt; ; Pages: DRAPER The Drapers in America, Being a History and Genealogy of Those of that Names and Connection Draper, Thomas W.; New York, NY; ; Pages: DRINKARD The Drinkards in the United States. John Baker was the first known Baker ancestor of his line to arrive in America. He settled in Hartford, Connecticut, in and raised a family that produced many generations of descendants. Those descendants explored and settled Connecticut and later spread out into the land and territories of the United States as the country grew westward. They were farmers, soldiers, landowners. Thomas Gilbert was in Braintree, MA by with a family of seven. He bought a house and lot in Windsor, CT. from Francis Stiles on Jan. 24, ; later sold it to John Drake, then purchased the home of Thomas Gunn. By he had sold this to Thomas Bissell and removed to Wethersfield, CT. John's will named his wife, Elizabeth, six sons and four daughters. Samuel Spencer of Hartford and John Case, his son, were executors. The Alderman Genealogy is more specific about John's early years: "John sailed from Gravesend, England, on September 3, , on the ship Dorset and landed at Newport, R.I., but settled in Windsor, Conn. He was.
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Recommended Citation. Jones, Edward Payson, "Genealogy of the Descendants of John Bissell of Windsor, Connecticut by " (). Book Collections at the Maine State : Edward Payson Jones.
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Jones edition, in EnglishPages: Bissell Genealogy of the Descendants of John Bissell of Windsor Connecticut by Edward Payson Jones; Bissell; General Daniel Bissell His Ancestors and Descendants and the Hoyt, Strong and Other Families with Which They Intermarried Edith Newbold Jessop; Bissell Recollections of Anna Bissell McCay with Historical Data; Anna Bissell.
John Bissell and John Porter were the Committee for Windsor. 9 Jan / - John Bissell sat todays Deputy for Windsor in the General Court which genearly met at Hartford. From this date he was a continuous representative for Windsor up to at.
p "Earliest date mentioned in Windsor records Born Abt England. Died Original operator of the Bissell Ferry. "see 'Genealogy of the Descendants of John Bissell of Windsor CT by ' Edward P Jones The John Bissell Association Sumner F Bissell President N Grand St W Suffield Ct " 30 Jul Page 3 - Rose married — Mary Stanley, born in England, daughter of Thomas Stanley, who came from England in the ship Planter inremoved to Hartford, Conn.
Connecticut, Hale Collection of Cemetery Inscriptions and Newspaper Notices, Name Abigail Sanders Age 84 Birth Date Death Date 21/02/ Burial Place South Windsor Connecticut USA Spouse George Cemetery Old South Windsor Cemetery link. ↑ Jones, Edward Payson, Genealogy of the Descendants of John Bissell of Windsor, CT byTypewritten manuscript bound at NEHGS, Founders of Windsor, CT Windsor was the first permanent English settlement in Connecticut.
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Jadean, If you haven't come up with much yet I'm sure you will be interested in the following years the descendants of John Drake of Windsor have been able to claim "proven" descent from King Edward I of England, St.
Ferdinand, King of Castile and a host of other direct line the last few years this has been under more scrutiny and I believe that we can no longer. Full text of "The St. John genealogy; descendants of Matthias St. John, of Dorchester, Massachusetts,of Windsor, Connecticut,of Wethersfield.
She died J in Middletown, CT. Deliverance married (first) John Rockwell, Jr. (a Bissell Great-uncle and a member of the family that are ancestors to Bissell Notable Cousin Norman Rockwell) 18 Aug in Dorchester. Deliverance and John had several children.
John died 3 Sep in Windsor, CT. Inat the request of the resurrected Pequot tribe, that memorial statue (depicted at right) was removed to the Palisado in Windsor, Connecticut.
Residence. He became a Freeman of Dorchester on 4 March /5 (as “Captain John Mason”). He removed to Windsor, Connecticut in with the company led there by Rev. Thomas Hooker. The list of individuals below was compiled by the Descendants of the Founders of Ancient Windsor and are generally accepted as founders of Windsor, Connecticut.
A variety of sources in the Windsor Historical Society library were examined for any mention of the occupation or trade practiced by those who came to Windsor, Connecticut in the s. The Beginnings of Windsor. From the very beginning, Windsor, Connecticut was packed with Bissell ancestors. For a long time, all the Bissell family knew for sure was that Bissell namesake Captain John Bissell, the operator of the Bissell Ferry across the Connecticut River, had arrived in the early years of the settlement of Windsor, around John Owen (ca) emigrated from Wales to New Haven, Connecticut during or beforemarried Rebeca Wade inand later moved to Windsor, Connecticut.
Descendants lived in New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Ontario and elsewhere in Canada. John Bissell, purportedly bapt.
Oct. 30, in England. His gravestone indirectly says he was b. after Oct. 3, He d. testate at Windsor, Conn. Oct. 3, (g.s., Æ ) He was twice married, but the name of each wife remains unknown.
Stile's first version Burial: Palisado Cemetery, Windsor, Hartford County. Father: John Bissell 2 b. cd. 3 Oct ; Charts: John Drake of Windsor, Connecticut; Mary Bissell was probably born between and at England. She married Jacob Drake, son of John Drake and Elizabeth, at Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut, on 12 April 3,4; Mary Bissell died between 8 September and 11 November It Didn't All Begin with Captain John.
by Roger Bissell. Even if you're lucky enough to have a copy of the Edward Payson Jones book (now out of print), Genealogy of the Descendants of John Bissell of Windsor, Connecticut byto help you in your research, you may spend a lot of time staring at it in vain.
First of all, the version published by Roderick Bissell Jones (E. Jones' son. Maj. John Mason, born in England ; died Janu /73 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut He married Ann Peck July in Windsor, Hartford County, ConnecticutAnn Peck, bornin England She was the daughter of Rev.
Robert Peck and Ann Lawrence. Notes for Maj. John Mason: From "History of the Town of. Descendants of John Owen of Windsor, Connecticut (): a genealogy Source Information Descendants of John Owen of Windsor, Connecticut (): a genealogy [database on-line].
Windsor is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States, and was the first English settlement in the lies on the northern border of Connecticut's capital, population of Windsor at the census.
Poquonock / p ə ˈ k w ɒ n ə k / is a northern area of Windsor that has its own zip code () for post-office box Code: Descendants of Jerijah Bissell II (Connecticut #) (uploaded 12/) Descendants of Alfred Bissell (Connecticut #) (uploaded 12/) As of January 5,I am pleased to be able to add two more webpages with compilations of descendants of two brothers from the Connecticut Bissell family not carried forward by E.
Jones. One page is. Joining the Connecticut Society of Genealogists is one of the best ways to connect with your Connecticut ancestors. Our programs, resources, other members, and dedication to all things pertaining to Connecticut genealogy has been unmatched since Nathaniel Bissell was born on 24 September at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT.
He was the son of Capt. John Bissell and Mary Drake. Nathaniel Bissell married Mindwell Moore, daughter of Deacon John Moore and Abigail Phinney, on 25 September at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. 3 Nathaniel Bissell married Dorothy Fitch, daughter of Rev.
James. John Osborn The father of John Osborn may be a John Osborn who was born circa and was probably the John Osborne of Weymouth. Undocumented research states that John Osborne, who died incame from England in and settled in Windsor, Connecticut.
John Osborn is listed among the early settlers of Windsor, Connecticut, along with Bygod Eggleston, Richard Oldage, and Thomas. Born: – Windsor, Connecticut Christened: Died: 29 Aug – Salem, Massachusetts Bay Buried: Spouse: John Trask () Marr: 19 Feb – Salem, Massachusetts Bay.
4 M George Parkman. Born: Abt – Windsor, Connecticut Christened: Died: – Windsor, Connecticut Buried: 5 M Samuel Parkman. Born: 12 Aug – Windsor. The Captain John Bissell Memorial Bridge carries I over the Connecticut River, connecting the towns of Windsor, Connecticut and South Windsor, is a pedestrian crossing on the bridge on the westbound, upstream s: I, Bike Path.
JONATHAN GILLETT (WILLIAM GILLETT 1) was born 11 AUG in Chaffcombe, Somersetshire, England, and died 23 AUG in Windsor, Hartford Co., married MARY DOLBIAR 29 MAR in Colyton, Devonshire, England, daughter of RAWKEY \ ROCKEYE DOLBIAR and MARY MITCHELL \ MYCHELL.
She was born on 14 February to Deacon John and Abigail Moore. InThomas and Abigail Bissell bought and settled on the east side of the Connecticut River on /2 acres of land. John Bissell was an enlisted trooper for Windsor, Ct. in InJohn Bissell gave his old homestead, including the ferry, to his son - John Jr.
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From FamilySearch Wiki. Thomas Orton (b) emigrated from England to Massachusetts aboutand married Margaret Pratt in They moved to Farmington, Connecticut inwhere he died after Descendants and relatives lived in Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and elsewhere.
Includes indexes. Help. I need some help sorting our just WHO are the parents of Thomas Bissell (bn - died 31 Jul ). Some sources have his parents as Capt. John Bissell (bn - died 03 Oct ) and Mary Drake (died 21 May ), some sources have the parents as the same John Bissell, but the mother was Elizabeth Thompson (bn - died 30 Oct ).
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Windsor, The Palisado, Moore House. First Church, Windsor. Erected in Our latest publication. Descendants of John Owen () of Windsor, Connecticut. (Family reunion news letter) Descendants of John Owen of Windsor, Connecticut: fourth annual reunion, JFarmington and Windsor, Conn Published: () The family search of Clarence Rice Owens.
[Current Records at Guthrie Genealogy: Connecticut] Captain John Bissell was a founder of Windsor, Connecticut, and his descendants are entrenched there. Interestingly, some variation of the name Bissell, Bessell, Bussell has found its way into several Guthrie lineages.
John Guthrie Sr (born SCT – died CT) Sons: 1. John Higley was born on J in Surrey, England, son of Jonathan Higley and Katherine Brewster. He was married on November 9, in Windsor, CT to Hannah Drake, they had 5 children. He was married about to Sarah Strong Bissell.
He died on Aug This information is part of by on Genealogy : Sarah Strong Bissell, Sarah. the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia. Windsor is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States, and was the first English settlement in the lies on the northern border of Connecticut's capital, population of Windsor at the census.
Poquonock is a northern area of Windsor that has its own zip code () for post-office Located in: Hartford, Connecticut, United States.What is know is that In a George Phelps joined the emigration to the new settlement of Windsor at the junction of the Farmington & Connecticut Rivers, now Windsor.
He had eight children by his first wife () and three by his second ().Born 17 Feb. in England. Died 23 Nov. in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. His occupation was as a joiner. There is a record of a "Goode" Buell that died in Windsor, CT on 3 Dec. This is possibly a first wife or William's mother.
He married Mary18 Nov. in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. Born about in England.