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Emlyn Weeks

F, b. 1551, d. 30 Aug 1628
Emlyn Weeks|b. 1551\nd. 30 Aug 1628|p67.htm#i30711|Roger Weeks|b. circa 1518|p67.htm#i30712||||||||||||||||

Relationship=10th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Emlyn Weeks was born in 1551 at Gittisham, Devonshire, England. She was the daughter of Roger Weeks. Emlyn married John Mitchell, son of John Mitchell and Agnes Vye, on 26-Nov-1569 at Colyton, Devonshire, England. Emlyn Weeks died on 30-Aug-1628 at Colyton, Devonshire, England.

Children of Emlyn Weeks and John Mitchell

Roger Weeks

M, b. circa 1518

Relationship=11th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=10th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Roger Weeks was born circa 1518.

Child of Roger Weeks

Nicholas Sampson

M, b. 1520
Nicholas Sampson|b. 1520|p67.htm#i30713|John Sampson|b. circa 1492|p136.htm#i81918|Johan (Unknown)|b. 1500\nd. 31 Jan 1553|p136.htm#i81919|||||||||||||

Relationship=11th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=10th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Nicholas Sampson was born in 1520. He was the son of John Sampson and Johan (Unknown). Nicholas married Ayce Lesandre.

Children of Nicholas Sampson and Ayce Lesandre

Rev. William Gylette

M, b. circa 1574, d. 2 Apr 1641
Rev. William Gylette|b. circa 1574\nd. 2 Apr 1641|p67.htm#i30715|Jacques De Gylet|b. circa 1549|p67.htm#i30716|Jeanna Mestre|b. circa 1532|p67.htm#i30717|||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Rev. William Gylette was born circa 1572 at Murge, France. He was born circa 1574 at Devonshire, England. He was the son of Jacques De Gylet and Jeanna Mestre. William married (Unknown) (Unknown) circa 1599. Rev. William Gylette died on 2-Apr-1641 at Chaffcombe, Somerset, England. William's estate was proved on 16-Apr-1641 at Arch deaconry Court, Taunton, Somerset, England; the estate was worth L259 14s 3d.
     William's left a will in 1641. The Inventory of Rev. William Gylette was taken taken by Thomas Palmer and Lawrence Seley, two of his parishoners. on 2-Apr-1641.
Occupation1-Feb-1609/10Rector of Chaffcombe, Co. Somerset, England

Children of Rev. William Gylette and (Unknown) (Unknown)

Jacques De Gylet

M, b. circa 1549

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Jacques De Gylet was born circa 1549 at Devonshire, England. Jacques married Jeanna Mestre at French Church, England.
     Jacques De Gylet was also known as Jacquede Gylette.

Child of Jacques De Gylet and Jeanna Mestre

Jeanna Mestre

F, b. circa 1532

Relationship=10th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Jeanna Mestre was born circa 1532. Jeanna married Jacques De Gylet at French Church, England.

Child of Jeanna Mestre and Jacques De Gylet

John Gibbs Jr.

M, b. 28 Jul 1670, d. before 16 Jun 1734
John Gibbs Jr.|b. 28 Jul 1670\nd. before 16 Jun 1734|p67.htm#i30718|John Gibbs|b. 12 Sep 1644\nd. 30 Apr 1725|p36.htm#i18013|Jane Blackwell|b. circa 1650\nd. between 2 Apr 1711 and 9 Nov 1716|p87.htm#i35849|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||Michael Blackwell||p95.htm#i40297||||

Relationship=1st cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Gibbs Jr. was born on 28-Jul-1670 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of John Gibbs and Jane Blackwell. John married Esther Swift, daughter of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown), between 1689 and 1690 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. John Gibbs Jr. died before 16-Jun-1734 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     He was also known as (Unknown) Gibbs. JOHN GIBBS: Since John Gibbs had not yet reached the age of twenty-one when his first child was born, we suspect that he may at first have been working for his grandfather Blackwell or his father-in-law William Swift, in Sandwich for the first years of his married life, even though his children's births are all recorded at Plymouth, because the first Plymouth County deed we find for him, dated 5 March 1696/7, calls him 'John Gibbs junf. . -. . of Sandwich, yeoman.' It was witnessed by his grandfather Michael Blackwell and shows that Gibbs and his wife's brother, Jireh Swift, bought from Jonathan Morey for 16 pounds, the latter's land in Plymouth (PLCD,* 2:Tl). The will, dated at Sandwich 15 Dec. 1705, of 'William Swift Senr.' gives 'to my daughter Hester Gibbs' his moveables which are to be shared with her sisters. By a deed of 31 Dec.1705, John Gibbs 'of Plymouth ... husbandman' sold for 40 pounds paid by Samuel Prince of Sandwich . . . 'all my housing & lands where I now dwell' in Plymouth (PLCD, 6:65); 'Thomas Clarke, junr., of Plymouth, son of Mr. William Clarke, sold 25 May 1710 for 3 pounds 'my sixty-acres of land that was laid out to John Gibbs. . . being in & adjoining to Agawam ... in Plymoutlf' (ibid., 8:99). A deed of 29 Jan. 1710/11--shows that Gibbs sold this tract of 60 acres 'which I purchase of Thomas Clarke,' and on which Gibbs had meanwhile built 'my dwelling house ... where I now dwell.' The price was 100 pounds with a provision that Gibbs 'shall himself, as formerly, dwell in and improve sd dwelling house until May 5th next.' On 6 May Gibbs appeared and signed the deed, after 'Ester his wife' had released her dower rights (ibid., 9:121). Two further deeds, both bearing date 5 May 1712, show that John Gibbs was improving himself; also, Samuel Prince 'of Rochester, gentleman' sold to ' John Gibbs of Plymouth, husbandman, all my tenement which I sometime since bought of John Gibbs .. . 600 acres, as also my moiety of yt land which I and my son-in-law Ezra Bourne of Sandwich bought of Ralph Jones, late of Sandwich, Indian, bounded Northerly by Mr. Freeman, deceased, and ye reputed land of Micah Blackwell, the sd tract containing 4000 acres. . . ' The other deed shows that 'John Gibbs of Plymouth, husbandman, for 115 pounds paid by Nathaniel Otis of Sandwich, shopkeeper . . .' conveyed 'all my tenement which I sometime sold to Mr. Samuel Prince and have this day bought of him again ... containing 600 acres, and also . . . one half part of that land which I this day bought and --Was in partnership between Mr. Samuel Prince of Rochester and Ezra Bourne of Sandwich . . .' (ibid., 9:299-301,308). In 1717 John Gibbs bought additional Plymouth lots from Nathaniel Otis (ibid., 12:222). As we have seen he acted, in 1725, as co-administrator with his stepmother Elizabeth Gibbs, in the settlement of his father's intestate estate. He was dead before 16 June 1734 when 'The widow Esther Gibbs' was baptized and admitted to full communion in the First Church (Plymouth Church Records (1920), p. 435,522) ' At the time of her death she was slaying in the home of her daughter Mercy as we learn from her nuncupative will: 'On the 15th day of October 1736, -then Esther Gibbs, widow of John Gibbs deceased of Plymouth, then at the house of Samuell Ellis of Plyinoutfi and being under her last sickness whereof she died, bid us the subscribers take notice or bear her witness, that what followeth was her Last Will and Testament: I do give my eldest son Joshua Gibbs, 5 shillings. I do give to my son Tohn Gibbs, 5 shillings. I give to my grand daughter Esther Ellis, 10 shillings. I give to my grand daughter Hannah Ellis my iron kettle And all the rest of my estate I give to my four daughters and ye children of my daughter Experience Cornish to be equally divided among them (that is, as we understood, that all the children of said-Experience Cornish should have a share equal to that of -the other four daughters), taken in writing & signed by her this 22 day October, 1736. Attest: John Blackwell, junr., Ephraim Ellis. In presence of Josiah Swift Senr., jonathad Morey, Experience Swift' (Plymouth County Probates, 7:270). The will was presented for probate by the administrator 'Samuel Ellis her son-in-law,' 3 March -1736/7 (ibid) The witnesses were her brother Josiah Swift and his second wife, Experience (Nye) Swift. Source: Ancestors of Thomas Gibbs of Sandwich, Mass. (1615-1693) CD #171.

Lt. John Thompson

M, b. 1616, d. 16 Jun 1696
     John was buried after 16-Jun-1696 at Middleboro Cemetery, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He was born in 1616 at Wales. John married Mary Cooke, daughter of Francis Cooke and Hester Mahiew, on 26-Dec-1645 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Lt. John Thompson died on 16-Jun-1696 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     He was also known as John Tomson.

Child of Lt. John Thompson and Mary Cooke

Mary Cooke

F, d. 21 Mar 1714
Mary Cooke|d. 21 Mar 1714|p67.htm#i30721|Francis Cooke|b. circa 1583\nd. 7 Apr 1663|p62.htm#i28219|Hester Mahiew|b. 1592\nd. after 8 Jun 1666|p63.htm#i28220|||||||||||||
     Mary Cooke was the daughter of Francis Cooke and Hester Mahiew. Mary Cooke was born circa 1625 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Mary married Lt. John Thompson on 26-Dec-1645 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Mary Cooke died on 21-Mar-1714. Mary was buried after 21-Mar-1714 at Middleboro Cemetery, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Child of Mary Cooke and Lt. John Thompson

Jacob Cooke

M, b. 1618, d. Dec 1675
Jacob Cooke|b. 1618\nd. Dec 1675|p67.htm#i30723|Francis Cooke|b. circa 1583\nd. 7 Apr 1663|p62.htm#i28219|Hester Mahiew|b. 1592\nd. after 8 Jun 1666|p63.htm#i28220|||||||||||||
      Jacob Cooke was born circa 1618 at Netherlands. He was born in 1618 at Netherlands. He was the son of Francis Cooke and Hester Mahiew. Jacob married Damaris Hopkins, daughter of Stephen Hopkins and Elizabeth Fisher, after 10-Jun-1646 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; date of antenuptual agreement. Jacob married an unknown person on 18-Nov-1669 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Jacob married Elizabeth Lettice on 18-Nov-1669 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Jacob Cooke died in Dec-1675 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He died in Dec-1675 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Damaris Hopkins

F, b. circa 1628
Damaris Hopkins|b. circa 1628|p67.htm#i30724|Stephen Hopkins|b. circa 1578\nd. before 17 Jul 1644|p104.htm#i42040|Elizabeth Fisher|b. say 1618\nd. before 1644|p106.htm#i42095|||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Damaris Hopkins was born circa 1628 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; after the division of cattle. She was the daughter of Stephen Hopkins and Elizabeth Fisher. Damaris married Jacob Cooke, son of Francis Cooke and Hester Mahiew, after 10-Jun-1646 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; date of antenuptual agreement. Damaris Hopkins died between 1665 and 1669 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Greetje Abramse Haring

F, b. 5 Jan 1714, d. 27 Oct 1802
Greetje Abramse Haring|b. 5 Jan 1714\nd. 27 Oct 1802|p67.htm#i30726|Abraham Haring|b. 24 Nov 1681\nd. 18 Mar 1772|p22.htm#i4851|Dirckie Tallman|b. 5 Aug 1687\nd. 4 Oct 1768|p22.htm#i4852|Jan P. Haring|b. 18 Dec 1633\nd. 7 Dec 1683|p40.htm#i19101|Grietje Cozyns|b. 2 May 1641\nd. 1733|p40.htm#i19103|Harmen D. Tallman|b. circa 1655|p38.htm#i18509|Grietje Minnelay|b. circa 1661|p38.htm#i18506|

Relationship=5th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Greetje Abramse Haring was born on 5-Jan-1714. She was the daughter of Abraham Haring and Dirckie Tallman. Greetje Abramse Haring was baptized on 14-Jan-1714 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Greetje married David Demarest, son of Jacobus Demarest and Lea Pieterse De Groot, before 1735. Greetje Abramse Haring died on 27-Oct-1802 at age 88. Greetje was buried after 27-Oct-1802 at Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Margrietie Herringh.

Children of Greetje Abramse Haring and David Demarest

Mrs. Susannah Ryer

F
     Susannah married Benjamin Demarest, son of Jacobus Demarest and Lea Pieterse De Groot, after 19-Jul-1767. Susannah married John Ryer Sr.

Wybrugh Van Deusen

F, b. 2 Jun 1720
      Wybrugh Van Deusen was born on 2-Jun-1720. Wybrugh married Benjamin Demarest, son of Jacobus Demarest and Lea Pieterse De Groot, on 2-Jul-1755 at New York City, New York County, New York.
     Wybrugh Van Deusen was also known as Wybrugh Van Deuse.

Cornelius Gillett

M, b. circa Jul 1636, d. 26 Jun 1711
Cornelius Gillett|b. circa Jul 1636\nd. 26 Jun 1711|p67.htm#i30800|Jonathan Gillett|b. 1610\nd. 23 Aug 1677|p66.htm#i30589|Mary Dolbiar|b. 7 Jun 1607\nd. 5 Jan 1685/86|p66.htm#i30591|Rev. William Gylette|b. circa 1574\nd. 2 Apr 1641|p67.htm#i30715|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p215.htm#i117437|Rawkey Dolbere|b. 17 Aug 1571\nd. 12 Nov 1641|p66.htm#i30706|Mary Mitchell|b. 4 Dec 1576\nd. 20 Sep 1648|p66.htm#i30707|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Cornelius Gillett was born after 1634. He was born circa Jul-1636 at Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar. Cornelius married Priscella Kelsey, daughter of William Kelsey and Bethiah Hopkins, on 16-Jan-1658 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. Cornelius Gillett died on 26-Jun-1711 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Cornelius's estate was proved on 3-Sep-1711 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.
     He was also known as Cornelius Gillyt. He was also known as Cornelius Gillette. In 1658 Cornelius Gillett was listed as a freeman at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. He admitted as a member at Windsor West Society, Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, 1663. He admitted as a member at Congregational Church, Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, 20-Sep-1665.
Cornelius's left a will on 2-Jun-1711 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

I Cornelius Gillet Senr of Windsor being at present under bodily weakness and aproching my great chage as to come being of sound judment and memory doo make and ordain this my last will and testament for the dispose of that portion of estate which I have yet to dispose of Imprimis I bequeath my sould to God that gave it to me and my body to a decent burial...
My will is that after my debts and funeral expenses is my personal or moveable estate shall be and to my dear and loving wife Priscilla for her life and to her own dispose as shal which I hereby give to her as her own.....
and whereas I have made over all my land as and of gift four acres at wash brooke and two acres of upland in John Grimes's possession...
my will is that whereas my son in law Joseph Phelps is for my son Cornelius for a debt which he owed to Timothy Thral that the said four acres of marsh as shall be and remain so to my son Joseph Phelps and heirs and assigns for ever and I do hereby give him my said son Joseph Phelps...
Allso the acres of land in John Grimes possession I doo grant to him said John Grimes and to his heis and assigns for ever Finally I doo appoint my loving wife executor to this my will and fore confirmation of the above written I doo hereunto set my hand the 2d of June 1711.

The above named Cornelius Gillet Cornelius Gillet Sr.
Signed to the above written
instruemtn on 2 of June 1711
in presence of us
John Moore, Sr.
Sarah Enno.

Priscella Kelsey

F, b. circa 1632, d. after 2 Jun 1711
Priscella Kelsey|b. circa 1632\nd. after 2 Jun 1711|p67.htm#i30801|William Kelsey|b. circa 1600\nd. circa 1680|p225.htm#i120568|Bethiah Hopkins||p117.htm#i62025|||||||||||||
      Priscella Kelsey was born circa 1632 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of William Kelsey and Bethiah Hopkins. Priscella married Cornelius Gillett, son of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar, on 16-Jan-1658 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. Priscella Kelsey died after 2-Jun-1711 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. She died on 7-Jan-1723 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.
     She admitted as a member at Windsor West Society, Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, 1663.

Jonathan Gillett Jr.

M, b. after Jun 1634, d. 27 Feb 1697/98
Jonathan Gillett Jr.|b. after Jun 1634\nd. 27 Feb 1697/98|p67.htm#i30802|Jonathan Gillett|b. 1610\nd. 23 Aug 1677|p66.htm#i30589|Mary Dolbiar|b. 7 Jun 1607\nd. 5 Jan 1685/86|p66.htm#i30591|Rev. William Gylette|b. circa 1574\nd. 2 Apr 1641|p67.htm#i30715|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p215.htm#i117437|Rawkey Dolbere|b. 17 Aug 1571\nd. 12 Nov 1641|p66.htm#i30706|Mary Mitchell|b. 4 Dec 1576\nd. 20 Sep 1648|p66.htm#i30707|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Jonathan Gillett Jr. was born after Jun-1634 at Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar. Jonathan Gillett Jr. was born on 5-Oct-1644 at Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Jonathan married Mary Kelsey on 22-Apr-1661. Jonathan married Mary Kelsey on 23-Apr-1661 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Jonathan married Miriam Dibble on 14-Dec-1676 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Jonathan Gillett Jr. died on 27-Feb-1697/98 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Jonathan's estate was proved on 5-Apr-1698 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut; inventory taken by Capt. Timothy Phelps and James Eno
360£ 13s.
     He admitted to the church at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, 6-Apr-1662.
Jonathan's left a will on 25-Aug-1694 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

I, Jonathan Gillet of Windsordo make ordaine and declare my last will and testament in manner and forme following

Imprimis I give to my sone William and to his heyres all assignes forever all my housing and Lands lying in the Township of Simsbury except 5 acres of marsh lying under the mountains Item I give to my sone William my marsh lying in the in the Township of Windsor at Wash Brooke have the south end next Simon Drake allso I give him tenn acres of woodland which my father gave me as it abutts south on the land of Thomas Barbour. Item I give him a gunn and a Sworde.

Item I give to my loving wife Merriam the benefit and of all my Housing and Land in Windsor (except what is before bequeathed to my son William) until my sone Jonathan the age of twenty one yeares of age and then I give my said wife one halfe of my said Housing and Lands during her naturall life in case she continues a widdow but in case she marry then I give her three pounds tenn shillings per annum to be paid my sone Jonathan out of the rent of my housing and lands in said Windsor. Item I give my said wife one third part of my moveable estate (except my marmes and amunition.

Item I give to my sone Jonathan his heyres and assignes for ever all my Housing and Lands in Windsor (except those before given to my son William) and alsoe the Land which I bought and am to have of Father Dible, he to enter uppon and enjoy one halfe of said housing and lands when he to the age of twenty one yeares and the other halfe after the decease of my wife, in case she doth not marry, but in case she doth marry then he may improov the other halfe paying his mother three pound tenn shilling per yeare in country pay.

Item I give to my daughter Mary tenn shillings besides what I have all ready given her. --- I give to my daughters Hannah and Merriam, to each of them one third part of my moovable estate except tenn shillings to be taken out of their parts. Finally I nominate and appoint my loving wife Merriam to be sole Executrix of this my last will and testament and in confirmation hereof I the said Jonathan Gillet have hereunto putt my hand and seale this 25th day of August and in the yeare of our Lord 1694

Signed & Sealed                                        Jonathan Gillet
in the presence of us
Henry Wolcot Senr
Nathan Gillot.

From the Jonathan and Nathanial Book by Wilma Gillet Thomas.

Mary Kelsey

F, b. circa 1634, d. 18 Apr 1676
      Mary Kelsey was born circa 1634 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. Mary married Jonathan Gillett Jr., son of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar, on 22-Apr-1661. Mary married Jonathan Gillett Jr., son of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar, on 23-Apr-1661 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Mary Kelsey died on 18-Apr-1676 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

Miriam Dibble

F, b. 19 Feb 1644/45, d. 18 Apr 1687
      Miriam Dibble was born on 19-Feb-1644/45 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Miriam married Jonathan Gillett Jr., son of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar, on 14-Dec-1676 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Miriam Dibble died on 18-Apr-1687 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, at age 42. Miriam married an unknown person circa 1703 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.
      Survived her husband, from the book on Jonathan and Nathanial Gillet. Death date gotten form Richardson/Ellsworth.

Mary Gillett

F, b. circa 1638, d. 27 Aug 1719
Mary Gillett|b. circa 1638\nd. 27 Aug 1719|p67.htm#i30805|Jonathan Gillett|b. 1610\nd. 23 Aug 1677|p66.htm#i30589|Mary Dolbiar|b. 7 Jun 1607\nd. 5 Jan 1685/86|p66.htm#i30591|Rev. William Gylette|b. circa 1574\nd. 2 Apr 1641|p67.htm#i30715|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p215.htm#i117437|Rawkey Dolbere|b. 17 Aug 1571\nd. 12 Nov 1641|p66.htm#i30706|Mary Mitchell|b. 4 Dec 1576\nd. 20 Sep 1648|p66.htm#i30707|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Mary Gillett was born circa 1638 at Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar. Mary married Peter Brown, son of Peter Brown and Mary Harding, on 15-Jul-1658 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Mary married Peter Brown, son of Peter Brown and Mary Harding, on 15-Jul-1658 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut; they had 12 children. Mary Gillett died on 27-Aug-1719 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

Peter Brown

M, b. circa 1632, d. 9 Mar 1691/92
Peter Brown|b. circa 1632\nd. 9 Mar 1691/92|p67.htm#i30806|Peter Brown|b. 1596\nd. 10 Oct 1633|p128.htm#i68554|Mary Harding||p128.htm#i68555|||||||||||||
      Peter Brown was born circa 1632 at Of, Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. He was born circa 1632 at England. He was born circa 1631/32 at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Peter Brown and Mary Harding. Peter married Mary Gillett, daughter of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar, on 15-Jul-1658 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Peter married Mary Gillett, daughter of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar, on 15-Jul-1658 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut; they had 12 children. Peter Brown died on 9-Mar-1691/92 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.
     He was also known as Peter Browne.

Anna Gillett

F, b. 29 Dec 1639, d. 18 Nov 1711
Anna Gillett|b. 29 Dec 1639\nd. 18 Nov 1711|p67.htm#i30807|Jonathan Gillett|b. 1610\nd. 23 Aug 1677|p66.htm#i30589|Mary Dolbiar|b. 7 Jun 1607\nd. 5 Jan 1685/86|p66.htm#i30591|Rev. William Gylette|b. circa 1574\nd. 2 Apr 1641|p67.htm#i30715|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p215.htm#i117437|Rawkey Dolbere|b. 17 Aug 1571\nd. 12 Nov 1641|p66.htm#i30706|Mary Mitchell|b. 4 Dec 1576\nd. 20 Sep 1648|p66.htm#i30707|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Anna Gillett was born on 29-Dec-1639 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. She was the daughter of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar. Anna married Samuel Filley, son of William Filley and Margaret Cockney, on 29-Oct-1663 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Anna Gillett died on 18-Nov-1711 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, at age 71.
     She was also known as Anna Gillet. She was also known as Anna Gillette. From the Book on Jonathana and Nathaniel Gillet.

Samuel Filley

M, b. 24 Sep 1643, d. 4 Jan 1711/12
Samuel Filley|b. 24 Sep 1643\nd. 4 Jan 1711/12|p67.htm#i30808|William Filley|b. circa 1617|p68.htm#i30820|Margaret Cockney|b. circa 1621|p126.htm#i67850|||||||||||||
      Samuel Filley was born on 24-Sep-1643 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. He was the son of William Filley and Margaret Cockney. Samuel married Anna Gillett, daughter of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar, on 29-Oct-1663 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Samuel Filley died on 4-Jan-1711/12 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, at age 68.
      Frpm manwaring's Early conn. Records of 1635-1700, Vol. 2, pp. 196, an inventory of Samuel's Estate was taken on 10 Jan 1711-12, by John Bissell, James Eno, and Joseph Phelps, and it was valued at 327 pounds plus. The will mentions sons, Jonathan, Josiah, and John. His daughters, Abigail Loomis, Mary Barber, a granddaughter, Sarah Skinner, a grandson, Samuel Filley, son of Josiah. To Deborah Sackett, 'that now liveth with me, a cow....' Witnesses, John Hoskins, Cornelius Brown, Matthew Allyn. Page 108, Vol. X, dated 7 Dec. 1715, Samuel Filley a minor about 19 years of age, chose Josiaha Filley of Windsor to be his guardian, recog. 50 pounds.

Samuel Gillett

M, b. 22 Jan 1642/43, d. 19 May 1676
Samuel Gillett|b. 22 Jan 1642/43\nd. 19 May 1676|p67.htm#i30809|Jonathan Gillett|b. 1610\nd. 23 Aug 1677|p66.htm#i30589|Mary Dolbiar|b. 7 Jun 1607\nd. 5 Jan 1685/86|p66.htm#i30591|Rev. William Gylette|b. circa 1574\nd. 2 Apr 1641|p67.htm#i30715|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p215.htm#i117437|Rawkey Dolbere|b. 17 Aug 1571\nd. 12 Nov 1641|p66.htm#i30706|Mary Mitchell|b. 4 Dec 1576\nd. 20 Sep 1648|p66.htm#i30707|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Samuel Gillett was born on 22-Jan-1642 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. He was baptized on 22-Jan-1642/43 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. He was the son of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar. Samuel married Hannah Dickinson on 23-Sep-1668 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Samuel Gillett died on 19-May-1676 at Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, at age 33.
     He was also known as Samuel Gillet. Was one of the volunteers under Capt. Turner and was killed in the fight at Peskeompsinson, now called Turner Falls, Mass. From the book on Jonathan and Nathatial Gillet.

John Gillett

M, b. 5 Oct 1644, d. before 1683
John Gillett|b. 5 Oct 1644\nd. before 1683|p67.htm#i30810|Jonathan Gillett|b. 1610\nd. 23 Aug 1677|p66.htm#i30589|Mary Dolbiar|b. 7 Jun 1607\nd. 5 Jan 1685/86|p66.htm#i30591|Rev. William Gylette|b. circa 1574\nd. 2 Apr 1641|p67.htm#i30715|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p215.htm#i117437|Rawkey Dolbere|b. 17 Aug 1571\nd. 12 Nov 1641|p66.htm#i30706|Mary Mitchell|b. 4 Dec 1576\nd. 20 Sep 1648|p66.htm#i30707|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Gillett was born on 5-Oct-1644 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. He was the son of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar. John married Mary Barber, daughter of Thomas Barber and Jane Coggins, on 8-Jul-1669 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. John Gillett died in Nov-1682 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, at age 38. He died before 1683 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.
     He was also known as John Gillet. He was also known as John Gillette. The book on Jonathan and Nathanial Gillet By Wiliam Gillet Thomas.

Mary Barber

F, b. 1651, d. 21 Dec 1725
Mary Barber|b. 1651\nd. 21 Dec 1725|p67.htm#i30811|Thomas Barber|b. 25 Dec 1612\nd. 11 Sep 1662|p67.htm#i30813|Jane Coggins|b. 1619\nd. 10 Sep 1662|p67.htm#i30814|||||||||||||
      Mary Barber was born in 1651 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. She was the daughter of Thomas Barber and Jane Coggins. Mary Barber was baptized on 12-Oct-1651 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Mary married John Gillett, son of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar, on 8-Jul-1669 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Mary married George Newton on 14-Jun-1683 or 20-1683 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Mary Barber died on 21-Dec-1725 at Suffield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Mary was buried on 31-Dec-1725 at Suffield, Hartford County, Connecticut.
     She was also known as Mercy Barber. She was also known as Marcy Barber. Barber Genealogy.

George Newton

M
     George married Mary Barber, daughter of Thomas Barber and Jane Coggins, on 14-Jun-1683 or 20-1683 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

Thomas Barber

M, b. 25 Dec 1612, d. 11 Sep 1662
     Thomas Barber was baptized on 25-Dec-1612 at St. George, Stamford, Linclonshire, England. He was born in 1613 at Bedfordshire, England. He was born in 1614. Thomas married Jane Coggins on 7-Oct-1640 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Thomas Barber died on 11-Sep-1662 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, at age 49.

Child of Thomas Barber and Jane Coggins

Jane Coggins

F, b. 1619, d. 10 Sep 1662
      Jane Coggins was born in 1619 at Of, Bedfordshire, England. Jane married Thomas Barber on 7-Oct-1640 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Jane Coggins died on 10-Sep-1662 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.
     She was also known as Joan Coggins.

Child of Jane Coggins and Thomas Barber

Abigail Gillett

F, b. 28 Jun 1646, d. 1648
Abigail Gillett|b. 28 Jun 1646\nd. 1648|p67.htm#i30815|Jonathan Gillett|b. 1610\nd. 23 Aug 1677|p66.htm#i30589|Mary Dolbiar|b. 7 Jun 1607\nd. 5 Jan 1685/86|p66.htm#i30591|Rev. William Gylette|b. circa 1574\nd. 2 Apr 1641|p67.htm#i30715|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p215.htm#i117437|Rawkey Dolbere|b. 17 Aug 1571\nd. 12 Nov 1641|p66.htm#i30706|Mary Mitchell|b. 4 Dec 1576\nd. 20 Sep 1648|p66.htm#i30707|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Abigail Gillett was baptized on 28-Jun-1646 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. She was the daughter of Jonathan Gillett and Mary Dolbiar. Abigail Gillett died in 1648 at Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.
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