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Hannah Mead1

F, b. 1584, d. 2 March 1658/59
     Hannah Mead was born in 1584.1 She married (?) Potter circa 1620 at County Kent, England, United Kingdom.2 Hannah Mead married John Beecher circa 1622 at County Kent, England, United Kingdom.1,2 Hannah Mead removed to Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, in 1637.2 She died on 2 March 1658/59 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1 She was buried in 1659 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1 She Hannah Potter (Beecher) (1600-1659) came from County Kent, England to Boston, Mass in 1637 with sons. Physician and midwife, received grant of land at New Haven, Conn. Hannah was the widow of John Beecher who died in 1637 - the same year she emmigrated.

Note: The will of Hannah Beecher was proved April 5, 1659, and is recorded in first part, vol. i., p. 80, of New Haven Probate Records, as follows:

"I Hannah Beacher of New Haven, expectying my great change do make this my last will and testament, I bequeath my soul unto the hands of my Lord Jesus Christ by whose merit I hope to be saved and my body to be burried at the discretion of my Son William Potter my Executor. And for my worldly goods I give unto John Potter my Grand child twenty shillings and to Hannah Blackly, my Grand child, wife to Samuel Blackly, twenty shillings, And to Samuel Potter my Grand child twenty shillings to be paid to them within three months after my decease. And for the rest of my estate I give one third part to my son Isaac Beacher and two thirds to my eldest son William Potter, making him my Executor, desiring him to be as a father to his younger brother and his children. And in dividing my goods my will is that my son William should have my feather bed with that belongeth to it, unto his part and that the rest be divided at the discretion of my Overseers with the assistance of Sister Wakeman and sister Rutherford and I desire my loving freinds [sic] Mr. Mathew Gilbert and John Wakeman to be overseers of this my last will whereunto I have set my hand this 13th day of June, Anno 1657 Of Kent, , England in 1659.1

Children of Hannah Mead and (?) Potter

Child of Hannah Mead and John Beecher

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume 1, page 162; Beecher Family Statistics.

John Beecher1

M, b. 1580, d. 1637/38
     John Beecher was born in 1580 at Kent, England.1 He married Hannah Mead circa 1622 at County Kent, England, United Kingdom.1,2 John Beecher From Dictionary of Ancestral Heads of New England Families by Holmes: "Hannah, widow of John BEECHER of Kent, England, came to Boston in 1637 with her family, the only son being Isaac who became identified with New Haven, CT."

James Shepard, The New Haven (Conn.) Potters, 1639. in "Genealogies of Connecticut Families from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register" Volume III (Painter--Wyllys), selected and introduced by Gary Boyd Roberts. Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1983, pp 150-155:
"1. Hannah [Potter] Beecher was the mother of the New Haven Potters, who appeared early in New Haven as a widow with sons:
i. John
ii. William
iii. Isaac Beecher, the ancestor of Rev Henry Ward Beecher.

Her first husband, Potter, died in England, where she married a Mr. Beecher."

Note: "It is generally supposed that her husband was John Beecher, one of the seven whom Eaton sent to New Haven in advance of the colony and who died before the colony arrived. She has been considered to be the mother of Isaac Beecher, for she calls him her son in her will and gave him one third of her property; but recent investigations, it is claimed, show conclusively that Isaac was only a step-son, the son of her second husband by a former wife."

Note: "There was in New Haven, says G.F. Tuttle, as early as 1641, a widow Hannah Potter, known as widow Potter the midwife. In 1643 she had two persons in the family, thirty pounds estate and twenty and one quarter acres of land. She is called "sister Potter the midwife," in seating the meeting house in 1646. She is supposed to have been a kin to the other Potters, but there is no record to show it. She has often been confounded with the widow Hannah Beecher, but the records clearly show that they were two different persons."

Note: Donald Lines Jacobus, "Miscellanea" The American Genealogist, vol XX (2), October 1943:
"[Kept in a locked cabinet in the Town Clerk's Office is a small old book which was used in the period between 1660 and 1700 for miscellaneous purposes. It seems to have been little used by genealogists. A digest of a few of the records is given below. The Beecher entry is of interest because it bears on the question of whether Isaac Beecher was actual son of the Widow Hannah Beecher, formerly Potter, as the present writer has always believed, or only a step-son, a theory favored by other students of the family....]"

Note: "[Part2,p11.] Isaac Beecher senior haveing for many yeares past stood in the quiett possession of divers parcells of land without claime or prosecution doth now
record them to himselfe, his heyres or assignes for ever."
"The homelott whereon he dwelleth, conaineing 3 acres more or less...
"Alsoe halfe a piece of meadow land ....
"Alsoe some parcells of upland...[and two other parcels]...
"Alsoe land at ye first that was his mother Beechers (viz) Three acres & halfe in the subbarbs quarter....
"Alsoe one parcell of meadow that at ye first belonged to bro: Jno Potter & passed over to him the sd
Beecher at a court in the 4th Decembr 1655: containeing three acres.
"Alsoe six acres of upland that was also his Bro: Jno Potters & alienated at the aforesd court....
"Alsoe the second division belonging to his sd bro: Jno Potter passed in ye court aforesd...fourteen acres ....
"Alsoe a parcell of land graunted him against the end of a lott he bought of Eleazer Beecher neare Chesnutt hill....about 9 acres....
"Alsoe two acres one quarter twenty foure rod of land in the necke which at first belonged to Wm Potter, bounded westward by the mill river....which land of his on the South belonged at first to his mother Beecher.
"Alsoe one parcell more in the necke which at first belonged to his bro: Jno Potter [4 Dec. 1655]
"Nathaniell Potter son of Wm Potter appeared the 9th day of June 1684: & acknowledged those lands mentioned before that did belong to his sd father Wm Potter were passed over to his unkle the sd Isaac Beecher....
"Entered 9 June 1684 before Wm Jones Assist, John Nash Recorder, John Alling Townesman.]"

further below in the abstract is noted "[Part 2, p. 40.] William Pringle conveys to son Joseph Pringle 3 Jan 1688/9. Joseph Pringle, planter, conveys to 'my Lo: brother Eleazer Beecher of Newhaven' 6 Jan 1688/9."

Reference: "Saints, Sinners, and the Beechers" by Lyman Beecher Stowe, copyright 1934 (Bobbs-Merril) Pages 17-19:
"1637/8 John Beecher arrived in Boston, from Kent, England in a company of 50 men and 200 women and children. The company was led by Rev. John Davenport and Theophilus Eaton. They came on the ship Hector and her sister ship (name not cited). Rather than settle among the arguing Pilgrim colony, they moved north to Quinnipiack, Long Island Sound (where New Haven, CT is now). John Beecher died during the first winter, before his wife Hannah and son Isaac arrived the following spring. She was allowed to remain on John's land and accorded the title "Goodwife" as she happened to be a midwife, an occupation sorely needed!

"John, Hannah and Issac were the first of the Beechers in America. They came to this country from Kent, England, in 1637, with the company led by the Reverend John Davenport and Theophilus Eaton who had been Ambassador to Denmark and Deputy-Governor of India. This company crossed the ocean on the ship "Hector". The ship after a two months voyage, dropped anchor in Boston harbor 26 June 1637, seventeen years after the "Mayflower" had landed the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock. The company consisted of fifty men and two hundred women and children. But they found they had come in the midst of a quarrel, about religion. Not wishing to buy into a quarrel, they decided to seek another area to settle in. They sent out a reconnoitering party under the leadership of Theophilus Eaton, which hit upon an old indian village of Quinnipiack on Long Island Sound, the site of the present city of New Haven. Here they built a rude hut and left an unfortunate group of seven men to hold the post for the winter, and prepare for the arrival of the remainder of the company in the spring. John Beecher was one of the seven. He failed to survive the rigors of his first New England winter because he and his companions had such inadequate protection. When Hannah Beecher and Issac arrived in the spring, she found her husband already buried in a unmarked grave. One hundred and twelve years later, in 1750, when David Beecher was a boy of twelve, workmen who were digging a celler for a house at the corner of George and Meadow streets in New Haven came upon human bones which were believed to be those of John Beecher. Since Hannah Beecher was the only midwife among them, she was given her husband's allotment of land upon which she and her son settled. These colonists had their social distinctions marked by dress, address and manners. Clergymen, college graduates, planters of good family and members of the General Court were gentlemen and were entitled to use the prefix Mr. before their names. Persons of reputable character who owned land, including laborers and tenant farmers of the better class, were called yeoman. A yeoman was addressed as goodman and his wife as goodwife or goody. John Beecher was not a gentleman, but a yeoman; his wife was not a lady, but a goodwife.

Reuben Beecher Hughes, in his book, quotes (p.3-4) the following letter he received from Rev. Luther
Fitch Beecher, D.D. Brookline, Mass, Feb. 3, '98
R. B. Hughes:
"The Beecher" name can be traced beyond the "Isaac, 1623, of your list." Not to speak of the Beecher of King David's time in Jewish Military History. My first record takes me back of the emigration to America in 1637, to Speldhurst, County of Kent, England, where we find them living in "Chancellor House". Having the right to display a "Coat-of-Arms," and in after years connected,
through several generations, with the Army or the Government Service. Three "Tablets," Commemorative of their name and services, are now found in the North Tower of the Speldhurst Episcopal Church, certificate copies of which are in the possession of Mrs. Gaston, copies of which are among my records. I have a copy of the letter from the last owner of the estate, written to Gov. Gaston some four or five years since, and or all of which are at your service if they are of any interest to you. I have, also, a history of much interest of the Beechers, located for many years at "Castle Martyrs," in the south-west part of Ireland, occupying three large estates, of which "Castle Martyrs" is the largest. Miss O'Neil, contemporary with Edmund Keene and Mrs. Siddons, was on the London stage then, under the management of the Kendalls. In 1819 she was married to Sir William Beecher, an Irish member of the British Parliament. Sir Henry Wrixon Beecher, baronet, now occupies the estate, having two hundred tenants, and much more of like history and biography, much of which
must be new and of interest to you. No published "Beecher Genealogy" exists, so far as I know......
Very sincerely,
LUTHER F. BEECHER

In his book, Reuben Beecher Hughes, adds, The Mrs. Gaston referred to in the above letter was
the wife of Gov. William Gaston, of Mass., the daughter of Laban Beecher, (now Boston), who was
the son of Benjamin Beecher of New Haven, (familiarly called "Capt. Ben."), who lived so many
years on Chapel street. He was "town agent, and had care of the poor."
The motto inscribed on the "Coat-of-Arms" which the Beechers were "given the right to display" was "Bis vivi qui bene" - "He twice lives who lives well."1 He removed to Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, on 26 April 1637.3 He died in 1637/38 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1

Child of John Beecher and Hannah Mead

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume 1, page 162; Beecher Family Statistics.
  3. William Richerd Cutter, Gen. and Family History of Connecticut, pg. 126; His (John Beecher) widow Hannah came with her sons to this country, arriving in Boston April 26, 1637.

John Beecher1

M, b. 5 December 1645, d. 5 December 1712
John Beecher|b. 5 Dec 1645\nd. 5 Dec 1712|p349.htm#i448643|Isaac Beecher Sr.|b. c 1623\nd. 12 Nov 1690|p349.htm#i448645|Mary Sperry|b. c 1625\nd. a 1677|p349.htm#i448644|John Beecher|b. 1580\nd. 1637/38|p349.htm#i448642|Hannah Mead|b. 1584\nd. 2 Mar 1658/59|p349.htm#i448641|||||||
     John Beecher was born on 5 December 1645 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1,2 He was the son of Isaac Beecher Sr. and Mary Sperry.2,1 John Beecher married Elizabeth Roberts, daughter of William Roberts and Joanna (?), circa 1670 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1 John Beecher was baptized on 27 June 1686 at First Congregational Church, New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.2,3 He died on 5 December 1712 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT, at age 67.2,3 He was buried in 1712 at Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1 He left a will on 1 January 1712/13 at Will proved.1

Children of John Beecher and Elizabeth Roberts

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume 1, page 162; Beecher Family Statistics.
  2. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  3. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume I, page 162.
  4. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Vol. Viii, Families of Ancient New Haven, Wilmot page 1982; Children of William and Sarah (Thomas) Wilmot: 1) Benjamin, b 7 Mar 1660/61 New Haven, d 1728 ; m 13 Feb 1700/01 New Haven, Mary da John & Elizabeth (Roberts) Beecher, b 23 Feb 1672/73 New Haven, bp 17 Jan 1685/86 New Haven - First Congregational Society;.
  5. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume 1, page 163; Beecher Family Statistics.

Mary Sperry1

F, b. circa 1625, d. after 1677
     Mary Sperry was born circa 1625 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1 She married Isaac Beecher Sr., son of John Beecher and Hannah Mead, in 1645.1,2 Mary Sperry died after 1677 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1

Children of Mary Sperry and Isaac Beecher Sr.

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. William Richerd Cutter, Gen. and Family History of Connecticut, pg. 126;in his will dated 28 September 1689, he mentions his wife Mary.
  3. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume 1, page 162; Beecher Family Statistics.

Isaac Beecher Sr.1

M, b. circa 1623, d. 12 November 1690
Isaac Beecher Sr.|b. c 1623\nd. 12 Nov 1690|p349.htm#i448645|John Beecher|b. 1580\nd. 1637/38|p349.htm#i448642|Hannah Mead|b. 1584\nd. 2 Mar 1658/59|p349.htm#i448641|||||||||||||
     Isaac Beecher Sr. was born circa 1623 at County Kent, England, United Kingdom.1,2 He was the son of John Beecher and Hannah Mead.1 Isaac Beecher Sr. accompanied John Beecher on 26 April 1637 to Boston, Suffolk Co., MA.3 Isaac Beecher Sr. married Mary Sperry in 1645.1,4 Isaac Beecher Sr. died on 12 November 1690 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1,5

Children of Isaac Beecher Sr. and Mary Sperry

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. William Richerd Cutter, Gen. and Family History of Connecticut, pg. 126; born in England about 1623.
  3. William Richerd Cutter, Gen. and Family History of Connecticut, pg. 126; His (John Beecher) widow Hannah came with her sons to this country, arriving in Boston April 26, 1637.
  4. William Richerd Cutter, Gen. and Family History of Connecticut, pg. 126;in his will dated 28 September 1689, he mentions his wife Mary.
  5. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume 1, page 162; Beecher Family Statistics.

Elizabeth Roberts1,2

F, b. circa 1650, d. 4 August 1722
Elizabeth Roberts|b. c 1650\nd. 4 Aug 1722|p349.htm#i448646|William Roberts|b. c 1617\nd. 6 Aug 1689|p361.htm#i449009|Joanna (?)||p361.htm#i449010|||||||||||||
     Elizabeth Roberts was born circa 1650 at Milford, New Haven Co., CT.2 She was the daughter of William Roberts and Joanna (?).2 Elizabeth Roberts was baptized on 14 May 1653 at Congregational Church, Milford, New Haven Co., CT.1,3 She married John Beecher, son of Isaac Beecher Sr. and Mary Sperry, circa 1670 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.2 Elizabeth Roberts died on 4 August 1722 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1,2 She was buried in 1722 at Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.4

Children of Elizabeth Roberts and John Beecher

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume 1, page 162; Beecher Family Statistics.
  3. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume VI, page 1510.
  4. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume I, page 162.
  5. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Vol. Viii, Families of Ancient New Haven, Wilmot page 1982; Children of William and Sarah (Thomas) Wilmot: 1) Benjamin, b 7 Mar 1660/61 New Haven, d 1728 ; m 13 Feb 1700/01 New Haven, Mary da John & Elizabeth (Roberts) Beecher, b 23 Feb 1672/73 New Haven, bp 17 Jan 1685/86 New Haven - First Congregational Society;.
  6. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume 1, page 163; Beecher Family Statistics.

John Beecher1

M, b. 5 September 1722, d. 22 November 1793
John Beecher|b. 5 Sep 1722\nd. 22 Nov 1793|p349.htm#i448647|John Beecher|b. 26 Apr 1696\nd. 29 Feb 1723/24|p358.htm#i448920|Mehitabel Tuttle|b. 14 Jun 1699|p358.htm#i448925|John Beecher|b. 5 Dec 1645\nd. 5 Dec 1712|p349.htm#i448643|Elizabeth Roberts|b. c 1650\nd. 4 Aug 1722|p349.htm#i448646|||||||
     John Beecher was born on 5 September 1722 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1 He was the son of John Beecher and Mehitabel Tuttle.1 John Beecher was baptized on 2 February 1728/29 at First Congregational Church, New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1 He married Mary Wilmot, daughter of Thomas Wilmot and Sarah Barnes, on 1 February 1743/44 at Congregational Church, Woodbridge, New Haven Co., CT.2 John Beecher died on 22 November 1793 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT, at age 71.1

Child of John Beecher and Mary Wilmot

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. Frederic W. Bailey, Early Connecticut Marriages, Book VII, page 47; John Beecher & Mary Willmott, Woodbridge, New Haven Co.; Congregational Church, Feb. 1, 1744;.

Ebenezer Wilmot1

M, b. 25 December 1780, d. 22 December 1838
Ebenezer Wilmot|b. 25 Dec 1780\nd. 22 Dec 1838|p349.htm#i448648|Abijah Wilmot|b. 30 Apr 1742|p340.htm#i448390|Tapher Castle|b. 3 Oct 1741|p349.htm#i448658|Benjamin Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1703\nd. 21 Jun 1768|p336.htm#i448258|Abigail Skidmore|b. c 1715\nd. 30 Dec 1770|p336.htm#i448259|Isaac Castle||p360.htm#i448986|Tapher Warner||p360.htm#i448985|
     Ebenezer Wilmot was born on 25 December 1780 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT.1 He was the son of Abijah Wilmot and Tapher Castle.1 Ebenezer Wilmot married Clarissa Rowley circa 1800.1 Ebenezer Wilmot died on 22 December 1838 at McConnellsville, Oneida Co., NY, at age 57.1

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1987.

Ruth Wilmot1

F, b. 30 September 1776
Ruth Wilmot|b. 30 Sep 1776|p349.htm#i448649|Abijah Wilmot|b. 30 Apr 1742|p340.htm#i448390|Tapher Castle|b. 3 Oct 1741|p349.htm#i448658|Benjamin Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1703\nd. 21 Jun 1768|p336.htm#i448258|Abigail Skidmore|b. c 1715\nd. 30 Dec 1770|p336.htm#i448259|Isaac Castle||p360.htm#i448986|Tapher Warner||p360.htm#i448985|
     Ruth Wilmot was born on 30 September 1776 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT.1 She was the daughter of Abijah Wilmot and Tapher Castle.1

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1987.

Benjamin Wilmot1

M, b. 16 April 1774
Benjamin Wilmot|b. 16 Apr 1774|p349.htm#i448650|Abijah Wilmot|b. 30 Apr 1742|p340.htm#i448390|Tapher Castle|b. 3 Oct 1741|p349.htm#i448658|Benjamin Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1703\nd. 21 Jun 1768|p336.htm#i448258|Abigail Skidmore|b. c 1715\nd. 30 Dec 1770|p336.htm#i448259|Isaac Castle||p360.htm#i448986|Tapher Warner||p360.htm#i448985|
     Benjamin Wilmot was born on 16 April 1774 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT.1 He was the son of Abijah Wilmot and Tapher Castle.2,1

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1987.
  2. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File.

Frederick Wilmot1

M, b. 25 May 1772
Frederick Wilmot|b. 25 May 1772|p349.htm#i448651|Abijah Wilmot|b. 30 Apr 1742|p340.htm#i448390|Tapher Castle|b. 3 Oct 1741|p349.htm#i448658|Benjamin Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1703\nd. 21 Jun 1768|p336.htm#i448258|Abigail Skidmore|b. c 1715\nd. 30 Dec 1770|p336.htm#i448259|Isaac Castle||p360.htm#i448986|Tapher Warner||p360.htm#i448985|
     Frederick Wilmot was born on 25 May 1772 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT.1 He was the son of Abijah Wilmot and Tapher Castle.1

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1987.

Electra Wilmot1

F, b. 3 January 1770
Electra Wilmot|b. 3 Jan 1770|p349.htm#i448652|Abijah Wilmot|b. 30 Apr 1742|p340.htm#i448390|Ruth Hickox|b. 18 Dec 1743\nd. 26 Feb 1771|p350.htm#i448686|Benjamin Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1703\nd. 21 Jun 1768|p336.htm#i448258|Abigail Skidmore|b. c 1715\nd. 30 Dec 1770|p336.htm#i448259|Ambrose Hickox||p341.htm#i448425|Eunice Clark|b. 4 May 1722\nd. 3 Sep 1807|p349.htm#i448656|
     Electra Wilmot was born on 3 January 1770 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT.1 She was the daughter of Abijah Wilmot and Ruth Hickox.1

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1987.

Silas Wilmot1

M, b. 17 January 1766
Silas Wilmot|b. 17 Jan 1766|p349.htm#i448653|Abijah Wilmot|b. 30 Apr 1742|p340.htm#i448390|Ruth Hickox|b. 18 Dec 1743\nd. 26 Feb 1771|p350.htm#i448686|Benjamin Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1703\nd. 21 Jun 1768|p336.htm#i448258|Abigail Skidmore|b. c 1715\nd. 30 Dec 1770|p336.htm#i448259|Ambrose Hickox||p341.htm#i448425|Eunice Clark|b. 4 May 1722\nd. 3 Sep 1807|p349.htm#i448656|
     Silas Wilmot was born on 17 January 1766 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT.1 He was the son of Abijah Wilmot and Ruth Hickox.2,1 Silas Wilmot married Hannah Clinton on 11 September 1788 at Congregational Church, Woodbridge, New Haven Co., CT.3

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1987.
  2. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Vol Viii, page 1987;Fam. 6. Abijah & Ruth (Hickox) Wilmot: 2 Silas, b 17 June 1766 Watv; Census Wat 1-0-1; m 11Sep 1788 WdC - Hannah da. Lawrence & Sarah (Tryal) Clinton.
  3. Frederic W. Bailey, Early Connecticut Marriages, Book VII, page 56; Silas Willmott of Waterbury & Hannah Clinton, Woodbridge, New Haven Co.; Congregational Church, Sept. 11, 1788;.

Mary Wilmot1

F, b. 28 August 1764
Mary Wilmot|b. 28 Aug 1764|p349.htm#i448654|Abijah Wilmot|b. 30 Apr 1742|p340.htm#i448390|Ruth Hickox|b. 18 Dec 1743\nd. 26 Feb 1771|p350.htm#i448686|Benjamin Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1703\nd. 21 Jun 1768|p336.htm#i448258|Abigail Skidmore|b. c 1715\nd. 30 Dec 1770|p336.htm#i448259|Ambrose Hickox||p341.htm#i448425|Eunice Clark|b. 4 May 1722\nd. 3 Sep 1807|p349.htm#i448656|
     Mary Wilmot was born on 28 August 1764 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT.1 She was the daughter of Abijah Wilmot and Ruth Hickox.1

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1987.

Thaddeus Bronson1

M
     Thaddeus Bronson married an unknown person on 10 December 1772 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT.1,2

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1983.

Eunice Clark1

F, b. 4 May 1722, d. 3 September 1807
Eunice Clark|b. 4 May 1722\nd. 3 Sep 1807|p349.htm#i448656|Daniel Clark|b. 6 Mar 1673/74\nd. 1725|p358.htm#i448926|Hannah Beecher|b. 23 Jun 1679|p355.htm#i448832|||||||Eleazer Beecher|b. 8 Apr 1655\nd. 2 Mar 1725/26|p355.htm#i448833|Phebe Prindle|b. 16 Mar 1656/57\nd. a 1698|p355.htm#i448840|
     Eunice Clark was born on 4 May 1722 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Clark and Hannah Beecher.1 Eunice Clark married Ambrose Hickox circa 1740.1 Eunice Clark died on 3 September 1807 at Newtown, Fairfield Co., CT, at age 85.1

Child of Eunice Clark and Ambrose Hickox

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1983.

Mary Beecher1,2,3

F, b. 23 February 1672/73
Mary Beecher|b. 23 Feb 1672/73|p349.htm#i448657|John Beecher|b. 5 Dec 1645\nd. 5 Dec 1712|p349.htm#i448643|Elizabeth Roberts|b. c 1650\nd. 4 Aug 1722|p349.htm#i448646|Isaac Beecher Sr.|b. c 1623\nd. 12 Nov 1690|p349.htm#i448645|Mary Sperry|b. c 1625\nd. a 1677|p349.htm#i448644|William Roberts|b. c 1617\nd. 6 Aug 1689|p361.htm#i449009|Joanna (?)||p361.htm#i449010|
     Mary Beecher was born on 23 February 1672/73 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.4 She was the daughter of John Beecher and Elizabeth Roberts.4 Mary Beecher was baptized on 17 January 1685/86 at First Congregational Church, New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.4 She married Benjamin Wilmot, son of William Wilmot and Sarah Thomas, on 13 February 1700/1 at New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.3,4

Children of Mary Beecher and Benjamin Wilmot

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume I, page 162.
  3. Donald Jacobus Lines, Wilmots of New Haven CT, page 4.
  4. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Vol. Viii, Families of Ancient New Haven, Wilmot page 1982; Children of William and Sarah (Thomas) Wilmot: 1) Benjamin, b 7 Mar 1660/61 New Haven, d 1728 ; m 13 Feb 1700/01 New Haven, Mary da John & Elizabeth (Roberts) Beecher, b 23 Feb 1672/73 New Haven, bp 17 Jan 1685/86 New Haven - First Congregational Society;.
  5. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1983.
  6. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Vol. Viii, Families of Ancient New Haven, Wilmot page 1983; Children of Benjamin and Mary (Beecher) Wilmot: 2) Benjamin, b1 Dec 1703 New Haven, d 25 Jun 1768 Waterbury ; m 19 Dec 1733 New Haven, Abigail Skidmore, bp 3 Oct 1736 New Haven - First Congregational Society, d 30 Dec 1771 Waterbury;.

Tapher Castle1,2

F, b. 3 October 1741
Tapher Castle|b. 3 Oct 1741|p349.htm#i448658|Isaac Castle||p360.htm#i448986|Tapher Warner||p360.htm#i448985|||||||||||||
      Tapher Castle was also listed as Trypher Castle in some sources.1 She was born on 3 October 1741 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT.1,2 She was the daughter of Isaac Castle and Tapher Warner.3,2 Tapher Castle married Abijah Wilmot, son of Benjamin Wilmot and Abigail Skidmore, on 9 July 1771 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT.2

Children of Tapher Castle and Abijah Wilmot

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File.
  2. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1983.
  3. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  4. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1987.

Daniel Crissey1

M
     Daniel Crissey married Hannah Wilmot, daughter of Benjamin Wilmot and Abigail Skidmore, on 15 November 1753 at Bethlehem Church, Bethlehem, Litchfield Co., CT.2,3

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, Volume ViII, page 1983.
  3. Frederic W. Bailey, Early Connecticut Marriages, Book V, page 30; David Crissy & Hannah Wilmot, Bethlehem, Litchfield Co.; Bethlehem Church, Nov 15, 1753;.

Ruth Ann Beckwith1

F, b. 1834, d. 18 February 1905
     Ruth Ann Beckwith was born in 1834 at NY.2,3 She married Oscar Burton Wilmot, son of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson, on 16 November 1859 at Conklin, Broome Co., NY.1,4 Ruth Ann Beckwith and Oscar Burton Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 21 June 1870 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY.2 Ruth Ann Beckwith died on 18 February 1905 at Fenton, Broome Co., NY.3,5 She was buried in 1905 at Chenango Valley Cemetery, Town of Fenton, Broome Co., NY.3

Citations

  1. Find-A-Grave: Oscar Burton Wilmot, Internet web page http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Name: Oscar Burton Wilmot, Birth: 1837, Death: 1900, Spouse: Ruth Ann Beckwith Wilmot (1834 - 1905), Children: Watie Eva Wilmot (1862 - 1864), Burial: Chenango Valley Cemetery, Binghamton, Broome Co., NY;.
  2. 1870 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, West Windsor Post Office, Broome Co., NY, Series M593, Roll 907, Page 539 B, original page 24, enumerated 21 June 1870 by Henry M. Kirkolder???; dwelling 209, family 209; Wilmot, Osker, age 33, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Wilmot, Ruth, age 35, F, W, Keeping House, b. NY; Wilmot, Charles, age 4, M, W, b. NY, attended school; Beckwith, Reston????, age 15, M, W, b.NY;.
  3. Find-A-Grave: Ruth Ann Beckwith Wilmot, Internet web page http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Name: Ruth Ann Beckwith Wilmot, Birth: 1834, Death: 1905, Spouse: Oscar Burton Wilmot (1837 - 1900), Children: Watie Eva Wilmot (1862 - 1864), Burial: Chenango Valley Cemetery, Binghamton, Broome Co., NY;.
  4. Margaret A. Scheffler, "Banfill-Buck-Hawkins-Pike-Perrine", GEDCOM File, Last Update-12-07-2015; ID: I25947; Name: Oscar Burton WILMOT, Sex: M, Birth: ABT 1836/7 in Broome Co. NY; Marriage Ruth A. BECKWITH b: ABT 1839 in Delaware Co., NY, Married: 16 NOV 1859 in Conklin, Broome, NY, in Conklin at the parsonage by Rev. J. M. Grimes.
  5. NY State Department of Health, NYS Vital Statistics Index, Death Index - 1905; page 924, fiche 334; Wilmot, Ruth A.; 18-Feb-1905, Fenton, Doc # 7678;.

Oscar Burton Wilmot1

M, b. 1837, d. 14 April 1900
Oscar Burton Wilmot|b. 1837\nd. 14 Apr 1900|p349.htm#i448661|Abijah Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1797\nd. 30 Oct 1871|p350.htm#i448675|Saluna Bronson|b. Dec 1796\nd. 12 Sep 1887|p350.htm#i448674|Abijah Wilmot|b. 20 Mar 1768\nd. 5 Mar 1808|p350.htm#i448688|Sarah Clark|b. 1771|p350.htm#i448687|||||||
     Oscar Burton Wilmot was born in 1837 at Broome Co., NY.1 He was the son of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson.1 Oscar Burton Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 17 September 1850 in the household of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson at Windsor, Broome Co., NY.2 Oscar Burton Wilmot married Ruth Ann Beckwith on 16 November 1859 at Conklin, Broome Co., NY.3,4 Oscar Burton Wilmot and Ruth Ann Beckwith appeared on the census enumerated 21 June 1870 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY.5 Oscar Burton Wilmot died on 14 April 1900 at Chenango Bridge, Broome Co., NY.3,6 He was buried in 1900 at Chenango Valley Cemetery, Town of Fenton, Broome Co., NY.3

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. 1850 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Series M432, Roll 477, page 221 A; dwelling 347, Family 359; Enumerated 17 September 1850 by Jeremiah Hull; Abijah Willmot, age 56, M, W, Farmer, b. CT; Saluna Willmot, age 53, F, W, b. CT; Lucy A. Willmot, age 18, F, W, b. NY; Mary E. Willmot, age 16, F, W, b. NY, attended school; Oscar D. Willmot, age 13, M, W, b. NY, attended school;.
  3. Find-A-Grave: Oscar Burton Wilmot, Internet web page http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Name: Oscar Burton Wilmot, Birth: 1837, Death: 1900, Spouse: Ruth Ann Beckwith Wilmot (1834 - 1905), Children: Watie Eva Wilmot (1862 - 1864), Burial: Chenango Valley Cemetery, Binghamton, Broome Co., NY;.
  4. Margaret A. Scheffler, "Banfill-Buck-Hawkins-Pike-Perrine", GEDCOM File, Last Update-12-07-2015; ID: I25947; Name: Oscar Burton WILMOT, Sex: M, Birth: ABT 1836/7 in Broome Co. NY; Marriage Ruth A. BECKWITH b: ABT 1839 in Delaware Co., NY, Married: 16 NOV 1859 in Conklin, Broome, NY, in Conklin at the parsonage by Rev. J. M. Grimes.
  5. 1870 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, West Windsor Post Office, Broome Co., NY, Series M593, Roll 907, Page 539 B, original page 24, enumerated 21 June 1870 by Henry M. Kirkolder???; dwelling 209, family 209; Wilmot, Osker, age 33, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Wilmot, Ruth, age 35, F, W, Keeping House, b. NY; Wilmot, Charles, age 4, M, W, b. NY, attended school; Beckwith, Reston????, age 15, M, W, b.NY;.
  6. NY State Department of Health, NYS Vital Statistics Index, Death Index - 1900; page 906, fiche 256; Wilmot, Oscar B.; 14-Apr-1900, Chenango Bridge, Doc # 15082;.

Lucien Buck1

M, b. circa 1816, d. 27 January 1893
     Lucien Buck was born circa 1816.2 He married Mary C. Wilmot, daughter of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson, circa 1860.2 Lucien Buck died on 27 January 1893.2 He was buried in 1893 at Woodlawn Cemetery, Great Bend, Susquehanna Co., PA.2

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. Mary C. Wilmot Marker - Lucien Buck, www.rootsweb.com, unknown repository address, BUCK; Lucien; d: Jan. 27, 1893; age 76 yrs. ;Mary C. Wilmot; his wife; d: Aug. 7, 1897; age 63 (?) yrs;.

Mary C. Wilmot1

F, b. 1834, d. 7 August 1897
Mary C. Wilmot|b. 1834\nd. 7 Aug 1897|p349.htm#i448663|Abijah Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1797\nd. 30 Oct 1871|p350.htm#i448675|Saluna Bronson|b. Dec 1796\nd. 12 Sep 1887|p350.htm#i448674|Abijah Wilmot|b. 20 Mar 1768\nd. 5 Mar 1808|p350.htm#i448688|Sarah Clark|b. 1771|p350.htm#i448687|||||||
     Mary C. Wilmot was born in 1834 at Broome Co., NY.2,1 She was the daughter of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson.2 Mary C. Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 17 September 1850 in the household of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson at Windsor, Broome Co., NY.3 Mary C. Wilmot married Lucien Buck circa 1860.1 Mary C. Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 17 July 1860 in the household of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson at Windsor, Broome Co., NY.4 Mary C. Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 21 June 1870 in the household of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson at Windsor, Broome Co., NY.5 Mary C. Wilmot died on 7 August 1897.1 She was buried in 1897 at Woodlawn Cemetery, Great Bend, Susquehanna Co., PA.1

Citations

  1. Mary C. Wilmot Marker - Lucien Buck, www.rootsweb.com, unknown repository address, BUCK; Lucien; d: Jan. 27, 1893; age 76 yrs. ;Mary C. Wilmot; his wife; d: Aug. 7, 1897; age 63 (?) yrs;.
  2. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  3. 1850 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Series M432, Roll 477, page 221 A; dwelling 347, Family 359; Enumerated 17 September 1850 by Jeremiah Hull; Abijah Willmot, age 56, M, W, Farmer, b. CT; Saluna Willmot, age 53, F, W, b. CT; Lucy A. Willmot, age 18, F, W, b. NY; Mary E. Willmot, age 16, F, W, b. NY, attended school; Oscar D. Willmot, age 13, M, W, b. NY, attended school;.
  4. 1860 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, Great Bend Post Office, Broome Co. NY; Series M653, roll 724, page 779; enumerated 17 July 1860 by W S Mudge; dwelling 908, Family 908, original page 105; Abijah Wilmot, age 65, M, W, Farmer, b. CT; Salina Wilmot, age 64, F, W, b. CT; Mary C. Wilmot, age 25, F, W, b. NY; Ira Rose, age 21, M, W, Farm Laborer, b. PA;.
  5. 1870 U.S. Census, Township of Windsor, West Windsor Post Office, Broome Co., NY, Series M593, Roll 907, Page 539 B, original page 24, enumerated 21 June 1870 by ??; dwelling 208, family 208; Wilmot, Abijah, age 78?, M, W, Farmer, b. CT; Wilmot, Saluna, age 75, F, W, Keeping House, b. CT; Wilmot, Mary?, age 36, F, W, b. NY;.

Lucy A. Wilmot1

F, b. 1832
Lucy A. Wilmot|b. 1832|p349.htm#i448664|Abijah Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1797\nd. 30 Oct 1871|p350.htm#i448675|Saluna Bronson|b. Dec 1796\nd. 12 Sep 1887|p350.htm#i448674|Abijah Wilmot|b. 20 Mar 1768\nd. 5 Mar 1808|p350.htm#i448688|Sarah Clark|b. 1771|p350.htm#i448687|||||||
     Lucy A. Wilmot was born in 1832.1 She was the daughter of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson.1 Lucy A. Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 17 September 1850 in the household of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson at Windsor, Broome Co., NY.2

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. 1850 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Series M432, Roll 477, page 221 A; dwelling 347, Family 359; Enumerated 17 September 1850 by Jeremiah Hull; Abijah Willmot, age 56, M, W, Farmer, b. CT; Saluna Willmot, age 53, F, W, b. CT; Lucy A. Willmot, age 18, F, W, b. NY; Mary E. Willmot, age 16, F, W, b. NY, attended school; Oscar D. Willmot, age 13, M, W, b. NY, attended school;.

Rhoda E. Wilmot1

F, b. 1826
Rhoda E. Wilmot|b. 1826|p349.htm#i448665|Abijah Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1797\nd. 30 Oct 1871|p350.htm#i448675|Saluna Bronson|b. Dec 1796\nd. 12 Sep 1887|p350.htm#i448674|Abijah Wilmot|b. 20 Mar 1768\nd. 5 Mar 1808|p350.htm#i448688|Sarah Clark|b. 1771|p350.htm#i448687|||||||
     Rhoda E. Wilmot was born in 1826.1 She was the daughter of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson.1 Rhoda E. Wilmot married Harman L. Garnsey on 16 September 1841 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY.2,3

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. Shirley Woodward, "Vitals From Broome Co. Newspapers", Page 9; cf. Binghamton Courier & Broome County Democrat 23 Sept 1841: Garnsey, Harman married 16 inst in Windsor by Rev. Moses Dyer to Rhoda Wilmot dau. of Capt Abijah of Windsor.
  3. Ray C. Sawyer, Marriages - Broome Republican v1, Page 24; September 23, 1841: In Windsor, on the 16th inst., by ther Rev. Mr. Dyer, Mr. Harmon Garnsey to Miss Rhoda, daughter of Capt. Abijah Wilmot, both of Windsor.

Alma Andrews1

F, b. 1829, d. 19 July 1884
     Alma Andrews was born in 1829 at Broome Co., NY.2 She married Daniel B. Wilmot, son of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson, circa 1845.2 Alma Andrews and Daniel B. Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 21 September 1850 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY, with Philomela Wilmot living in the same household.3 Alma Andrews and Daniel B. Wilmot are credited with another son, William, born in 1855 according to the Silverstein GEDCOM. This is unlikely, as Williaqm does not appear in any other sources, no census, nor burial records.2 Alma Andrews and Daniel B. Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 18 July 1860 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY, with Philomela Wilmot, Wilbur Wilmot and Sarah E. Wilmot living in the same household.4 Alma Andrews and Daniel B. Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 21 June 1880 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY, with Katie Wilmot and Willard Wilmot living in the same household.5 Alma Andrews died on 19 July 1884 at probably, South Windsor, Broome Co., NY.6 She was buried at South Windsor Cemetery, South Windsor, Broome Co., NY.6

Children of Alma Andrews and Daniel B. Wilmot

Citations

  1. Joe Huntsman, "Marriage of Daniel B. Wilmot," e-mail to Robert Landon Jr., 17 Jul 2012, Daniel was married to Alma ANDREWS. She was the child of Robert Andrews and his wife, Philomela GARNSEY. Philomela (Garnsey) ANDREWS died quite young. Robert and Philomela had three children, Alma, Stella, and Ansel. ALMA MARRIED DANIEL B WILMOT. Then, they name their first child after Alma’s mother PHILOMELA. Robert remarried by 1850 and his teenaged children, Stella and Ansel by Philomela are living with their grandfather Chancey Garnsey. Then Chauncey died and left ALMA WILMOT, WIFE OF DANIEL WILMOT $500.00.
  2. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  3. 1850 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Series M432, Roll 477, page 224 B; dwelling 413, Family 425; Enumerated 21 September 1850 by Jeremiah Hull; Daniel Willmott, age 26, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Alma Willmott, age 22, F, W, b. NY; Philomelia Willmott, age 2, F, W, b. NY;.
  4. 1860 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, Windsor Post Office, Broome Co. NY; Series M653, roll 724, page 781; enumerated 18 July 1860 by W S Mudge; dwelling 935, Family 935, original page 107; Daniel Wilmot, age 36, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Alma Wilmot, age 32, F, W, b. NY; Philomela Wilmot, age 11, F, W, b. NY. Attended school; Wilbur Wilmot, age 9, M, W, b. NY, attended school; Sarah Wilmot age 7, F, W, b. NY, attended school; Barton Wilmot, age 23, M, W, Farm Laborer, b. NY, married within the year; Ruth Wilmot, age 21, F, W, Teacher, b. NY, married within the year; Chaunsey Gurnsey??, age 71, M, W, Farmer, b. CT;.
  5. 1880 U.S. Census, Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Series T9, Roll 811, Page 519 A; Supervisor's District 9, Enumeration District 61, Orig Page 37; Enumerated 21 June 1880 by Pinkney A. English; Line 47, Dwelling 410, Family 418, Wilmot, Daniel, W, M, age 57, Husband, married, farmer, b. NY, father b. CT, mother b. CT; Wilmot, Alma, W, F, age 52, Wife, married, Keeping House, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. CT; Wilmot, Willard, W, M, age 14, son, attended school, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY; Wilmot, Kate, W, F, age 12, daughter, attended school, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY;.
  6. Find-A-Grave: Alma A. Wilmot, Internet web page http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Name: Alma A. Wilmot; Birth: 1829, Death: Jul. 19, 1884, Burial: South Windsor Cemetery, South Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Spouse: Daniel B. Wilmot (1824 - 1886); Provided by: Paul R Oct 13, 2012;.

Daniel B. Wilmot1

M, b. 1825, d. 18 March 1886
Daniel B. Wilmot|b. 1825\nd. 18 Mar 1886|p349.htm#i448667|Abijah Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1797\nd. 30 Oct 1871|p350.htm#i448675|Saluna Bronson|b. Dec 1796\nd. 12 Sep 1887|p350.htm#i448674|Abijah Wilmot|b. 20 Mar 1768\nd. 5 Mar 1808|p350.htm#i448688|Sarah Clark|b. 1771|p350.htm#i448687|||||||
     Daniel B. Wilmot was born in 1825 at Broome Co., NY.1 He was the son of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson.2 Daniel B. Wilmot married Alma Andrews circa 1845.2 Daniel B. Wilmot and Alma Andrews appeared on the census enumerated 21 September 1850 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY, with Philomela Wilmot living in the same household.3 Daniel B. Wilmot and Alma Andrews are credited with another son, William, born in 1855 according to the Silverstein GEDCOM. This is unlikely, as Williaqm does not appear in any other sources, no census, nor burial records.2 Daniel B. Wilmot and Alma Andrews appeared on the census enumerated 18 July 1860 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY, with Philomela Wilmot, Wilbur Wilmot and Sarah E. Wilmot living in the same household.4 Daniel B. Wilmot and Alma Andrews appeared on the census enumerated 21 June 1880 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY, with Katie Wilmot and Willard Wilmot living in the same household.5 Daniel B. Wilmot died on 18 March 1886 at Colesville, Broome Co., NY.6 He was buried at South Windsor Cemetery, South Windsor, Broome Co., NY.1

Children of Daniel B. Wilmot and Alma Andrews

Citations

  1. Find-A-Grave: Daniel B. Wilmot, Internet web page http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Name: Daniel B. Wilmot; Birth: 1824, Death: Mar. 18, 1886, Burial: South Windsor Cemetery, South Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Spouse: Alma A. Wilmot (1829 - 1884); Provided by: Paul R Oct 13, 2012;.
  2. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  3. 1850 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Series M432, Roll 477, page 224 B; dwelling 413, Family 425; Enumerated 21 September 1850 by Jeremiah Hull; Daniel Willmott, age 26, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Alma Willmott, age 22, F, W, b. NY; Philomelia Willmott, age 2, F, W, b. NY;.
  4. 1860 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, Windsor Post Office, Broome Co. NY; Series M653, roll 724, page 781; enumerated 18 July 1860 by W S Mudge; dwelling 935, Family 935, original page 107; Daniel Wilmot, age 36, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Alma Wilmot, age 32, F, W, b. NY; Philomela Wilmot, age 11, F, W, b. NY. Attended school; Wilbur Wilmot, age 9, M, W, b. NY, attended school; Sarah Wilmot age 7, F, W, b. NY, attended school; Barton Wilmot, age 23, M, W, Farm Laborer, b. NY, married within the year; Ruth Wilmot, age 21, F, W, Teacher, b. NY, married within the year; Chaunsey Gurnsey??, age 71, M, W, Farmer, b. CT;.
  5. 1880 U.S. Census, Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Series T9, Roll 811, Page 519 A; Supervisor's District 9, Enumeration District 61, Orig Page 37; Enumerated 21 June 1880 by Pinkney A. English; Line 47, Dwelling 410, Family 418, Wilmot, Daniel, W, M, age 57, Husband, married, farmer, b. NY, father b. CT, mother b. CT; Wilmot, Alma, W, F, age 52, Wife, married, Keeping House, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. CT; Wilmot, Willard, W, M, age 14, son, attended school, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY; Wilmot, Kate, W, F, age 12, daughter, attended school, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY;.
  6. NY State Department of Health, NYS Vital Statistics Index, Death Index - 1886; page 599, fiche 44; Wilmot, Daniel B.; 18-Mar-1886, Colesville, Doc # 6612.

Susan E. Hugaboom1,2

F, b. circa 1829, d. 1930
     Susan E. Hugaboom was born circa 1829 at NY.3 She married Amos Clark Wilmot, son of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson, in 1850.4 Susan E. Hugaboom and Amos Clark Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 15 August 1860 at Oakland, Susquehanna Co., PA, with Charles Henry Wilmot, Chester Clement Wilmot, Oscar Chesley Wilmot and Ella Celesta Wilmot living in the same household.5 Susan E. Hugaboom and Amos Clark Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 21 June 1870 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY, with Charles Henry Wilmot, Oscar Chesley Wilmot, Ella Celesta Wilmot, Francis Ann Wilmot and Rosa Myrtle Wilmot living in the same household.6 Susan E. Hugaboom appeared on the census enumerated 21 June 1880 at Lanesboro, Susquehanna Co., PA, with Rosa Myrtle Wilmot living in the same household.7 Susan E. Hugaboom married an unknown person on 1 October 1881 at McClures Settlement, Broome Co., NY.8 She appears in 1905 NY Census
on 1 June 1905 at River Road, Colesville, Broome Co., NY.9 She appeared on the census enumerated 27 April 1910 in the household of Chester Clement Wilmot and Ann E. Bowden at Windsor, Broome Co., NY.1 Susan E. Hugaboom appeared on the census enumerated 2 February 1920 in the household of Chester Clement Wilmot and Ann E. Bowden at Cascade Valley Road, Windsor, Broome Co., NY.3 Susan E. Hugaboom died in 1930 at Great Bend, Susquehanna Co., PA.9

Children of Susan E. Hugaboom and Amos Clark Wilmot

Citations

  1. 1910 U.S. Census, Windsor Township, Broome Co., NY; Series T624, Roll 926, Page 276 A; Supervisor's District 14, Enumeration District 64, Sheet 7A; Enumerated 27 April 1910 by John R. Lee; line 25, Dwelling 144, Family 150; Wilmot, C.C., Head, M, W, age 56, married 34y; b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY, Farmer on General Farm, owns farm free; Wilmot, Annie E., Wife, F, W, age 46, married 34y; 0 children, 0 living, b. NY, father b. England, mother b. England; Wilmot, Susan E., Mother, F, W, age 78, widowed; b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY.
  2. Margaret A. Scheffler, "Banfill-Buck-Hawkins-Pike-Perrine", GEDCOM File, Amos Clark WILMOT was born 1823 in NY. He married Susan E. ?HUGABOOM OR HUCKABOOM BEF 1852. She was born ABT 1830 in Broome Co. NY.
  3. 1920 U.S. Census, Windsor Township, Broome Co., NY; Series T625, roll 1085, page 254 A, Supervisor's Districtict 226, Enumeration District 105, sheet 5 A; enumerated 2 February 1920 by Fred J. Davis; Cascade Valley Road., dwelling 100, family 106; Wilmot, Chester C., Head, Owns farm free, M, W, age 60, married, b. NY, father & mother b. NY, farmer on general farm; Wilmot, Anne E., wife, F, W, age 54, marr, immigrated to US 1865, naturalized 1870, b. England, father & mother b. England, none; Wilmot, Susan E., mother, F, W, age 91, Widow, b. NY, father & mother b. NY, none;.
  4. Margaret A. Scheffler, "Banfill-Buck-Hawkins-Pike-Perrine", GEDCOM File, Last Update-12-07-2015; ID: I25968, Name: Amos Clark WILMOT, Sex: M, Birth: 1823 in NY, Marriage 1 Susan E. ?HUGABOOM OR HUCKABOOM b: ABT 1830 in Broome Co. NY, Married: BEF 1852.
  5. 1860 U.S. Census, Oakland, Susquehanna Depot Post Office, Susquehanna Co. PA; Series M653, roll 1186, page 596; enumerated 15 August 1860 by John Blanding; dwelling 1529, Family 1515, original page 193; Amos C.. Wilmot, age 38, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Susan Wilmot, age 28, F, W, b. NY; Charles H. Wilmot, age 8, M, W, b. NY, attended school; Chester C. Wilmot, age 6, M, W, b. NY, attended school; Oscar C. Wilmot, age 4, M, W, b. NY, attended school; Ella Wilmot, age 2, M, F, W, b. NY;.
  6. 1870 U.S. Census, The Town of Windsor, West Windsor Post Office, Broome Co., NY, Series M593, Roll 907, Page 540 A, original page 25, enumerated 21 June 1870 by Henry M. Kirkolder?; dwelling 211, family 211; Wilmot, Amos, age 46, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Wilmot, Susan, age 41, F, W, Keeping House, b. NY; Wilmot, Charles, age 18, M, W, Farm laborer, b. NY, attended school; Wilmot, Oscar, age 15, M, W, Farm laborer, b. NY, attended school; Wilmot, Ellen, age 12, F, W, At Home, b. NY, attended school; Wilmot, Francis, age 5, F, W, b. NY, attended school; Wilmot, Rosa, age 1, F, W, b. NY;.
  7. 1880 U.S. Census, Village of lanesboro in Harmony township, Susquehanna Co., PA; Series T9, Roll 1196, page 252 B; Original page 84 B. Supervisor's Districtict 6, Enumeration District 128; Enumerated on 21 June 1880 by J. W. Austin; Dwelling 308, family 324; Wilmot, Susan, W, F, age 46, Widow, Keeping House, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY; Wilmot, Rosa, W, F, age 11, daughter, at home, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY.
  8. NY State Department of Health, NYS Vital Statistics Index, Marriage Index - 1881; page 96; fiche 2; , Wilmot, Susan E.; 1-Oct-1881, Mclure Settlement, Doc# 1315.
  9. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  10. 1920 U.S. Census, Windsor Township, Broome Co., NY; Series T625, roll 1085, page 254 A, Supervisor's Districtict 226, Enumeration District 105, sheet 5 A; enumerated 2 February 1920 by Fred J. Davis; Cascade Valley Road., dwelling 100, family 106; Wilmot, Chester C., Head, Owns farm free, M, W, age 60, married, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY, farmer on general farm; Wilmot, Anne E., wife, F, W, age 54, marr, immigrated to US 1865, naturalized 1870, b. England, father b. England, mother b. England; Wilmot, Susan E., mother, F, W, age 91, Widow, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY, none;.
  11. Margaret A. Scheffler, "Banfill-Buck-Hawkins-Pike-Perrine", GEDCOM File, ID: I138632; Name: Chester Clement WILMOT, Sex: M, Birth: JUN 1854 in Broome Co., NY, Death: 1927; Father: Amos Clark WILMOT b: 1823 in NY; Mother: Susan E. ?HUGABOOM OR HUCKABOOM b: ABT 1830 in Broome Co. NY;.
  12. Margaret A. Scheffler, "Banfill-Buck-Hawkins-Pike-Perrine", GEDCOM File, Oscar Chesley WILMOT was born JAN 1856 in Broome Co., NY, and died 5 MAY 1918 in Gelatt, Susquehanna, PA. Father: Amos Clark WILMOT b: 1823 in NY; Mother: Susan E. ?HUGABOOM OR HUCKABOOM b: ABT 1830 in Broome Co. NY.
  13. Find-A-Grave: Rosa Myrtle Wilmot, Internet web page http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Name: Rosa Myrtle Wilmot; Birth: Dec. 9, 1868, Windsor, Broome Co., NY, Death: Dec. 19, 1887, Windsor, Broome Co., NY, Burial: Riley Farm Cemetery, Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Rosa Myrtle Wilmot was born on 09 Dec 1868 in Windsor, Broome Co, NY, the daughter of Amos Clark Wilmot and Susan Hugaboom. She died on 19 Dec 1887 in Windsor, Broome Co, NY, aged 19y 00m 10d. She was survived by her parents and six older siblings: Charles Henry, Chester Clement, Oscar Chelsey, Ella Celesta and Frances Ann. Provided by: John A. Aiello Dec 12, 2009; Find A Grave Memorial# 45362678.

Amos Clark Wilmot1

M, b. 1823, d. 1 May 1875
Amos Clark Wilmot|b. 1823\nd. 1 May 1875|p349.htm#i448669|Abijah Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1797\nd. 30 Oct 1871|p350.htm#i448675|Saluna Bronson|b. Dec 1796\nd. 12 Sep 1887|p350.htm#i448674|Abijah Wilmot|b. 20 Mar 1768\nd. 5 Mar 1808|p350.htm#i448688|Sarah Clark|b. 1771|p350.htm#i448687|||||||
     Amos Clark Wilmot was born in 1823 at Broome Co., NY.2 He was the son of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson.1 Amos Clark Wilmot appeared on the census enumerated 16 September 1850 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY; living in the home of Joseph and Lucretia Williams.3 He married Susan E. Hugaboom in 1850.2 Amos Clark Wilmot and Susan E. Hugaboom appeared on the census enumerated 15 August 1860 at Oakland, Susquehanna Co., PA, with Charles Henry Wilmot, Chester Clement Wilmot, Oscar Chesley Wilmot and Ella Celesta Wilmot living in the same household.4 Amos Clark Wilmot and Susan E. Hugaboom appeared on the census enumerated 21 June 1870 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY, with Charles Henry Wilmot, Oscar Chesley Wilmot, Ella Celesta Wilmot, Francis Ann Wilmot and Rosa Myrtle Wilmot living in the same household.5 Amos Clark Wilmot died on 1 May 1875 at Broome Co., NY.1

Children of Amos Clark Wilmot and Susan E. Hugaboom

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. Margaret A. Scheffler, "Banfill-Buck-Hawkins-Pike-Perrine", GEDCOM File, Last Update-12-07-2015; ID: I25968, Name: Amos Clark WILMOT, Sex: M, Birth: 1823 in NY, Marriage 1 Susan E. ?HUGABOOM OR HUCKABOOM b: ABT 1830 in Broome Co. NY, Married: BEF 1852.
  3. 1850 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Series M432, Roll 477, page 219 A&B; dwelling 316, Family 328; Enumerated 16 September 1850 by Jeremiah Hull; Joseph Williams, age 66, M, W, Carpenter, b. CT; Lucretia Williams, age 50, F, W, b. CT; [page 219 B] Amos C. Willmott, age 28, M, W, Farmer, b. NY;.
  4. 1860 U.S. Census, Oakland, Susquehanna Depot Post Office, Susquehanna Co. PA; Series M653, roll 1186, page 596; enumerated 15 August 1860 by John Blanding; dwelling 1529, Family 1515, original page 193; Amos C.. Wilmot, age 38, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Susan Wilmot, age 28, F, W, b. NY; Charles H. Wilmot, age 8, M, W, b. NY, attended school; Chester C. Wilmot, age 6, M, W, b. NY, attended school; Oscar C. Wilmot, age 4, M, W, b. NY, attended school; Ella Wilmot, age 2, M, F, W, b. NY;.
  5. 1870 U.S. Census, The Town of Windsor, West Windsor Post Office, Broome Co., NY, Series M593, Roll 907, Page 540 A, original page 25, enumerated 21 June 1870 by Henry M. Kirkolder?; dwelling 211, family 211; Wilmot, Amos, age 46, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Wilmot, Susan, age 41, F, W, Keeping House, b. NY; Wilmot, Charles, age 18, M, W, Farm laborer, b. NY, attended school; Wilmot, Oscar, age 15, M, W, Farm laborer, b. NY, attended school; Wilmot, Ellen, age 12, F, W, At Home, b. NY, attended school; Wilmot, Francis, age 5, F, W, b. NY, attended school; Wilmot, Rosa, age 1, F, W, b. NY;.
  6. Margaret A. Scheffler, "Banfill-Buck-Hawkins-Pike-Perrine", GEDCOM File, ID: I138632; Name: Chester Clement WILMOT, Sex: M, Birth: JUN 1854 in Broome Co., NY, Death: 1927; Father: Amos Clark WILMOT b: 1823 in NY; Mother: Susan E. ?HUGABOOM OR HUCKABOOM b: ABT 1830 in Broome Co. NY;.
  7. Margaret A. Scheffler, "Banfill-Buck-Hawkins-Pike-Perrine", GEDCOM File, Oscar Chesley WILMOT was born JAN 1856 in Broome Co., NY, and died 5 MAY 1918 in Gelatt, Susquehanna, PA. Father: Amos Clark WILMOT b: 1823 in NY; Mother: Susan E. ?HUGABOOM OR HUCKABOOM b: ABT 1830 in Broome Co. NY.
  8. Find-A-Grave: Rosa Myrtle Wilmot, Internet web page http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi, Name: Rosa Myrtle Wilmot; Birth: Dec. 9, 1868, Windsor, Broome Co., NY, Death: Dec. 19, 1887, Windsor, Broome Co., NY, Burial: Riley Farm Cemetery, Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Rosa Myrtle Wilmot was born on 09 Dec 1868 in Windsor, Broome Co, NY, the daughter of Amos Clark Wilmot and Susan Hugaboom. She died on 19 Dec 1887 in Windsor, Broome Co, NY, aged 19y 00m 10d. She was survived by her parents and six older siblings: Charles Henry, Chester Clement, Oscar Chelsey, Ella Celesta and Frances Ann. Provided by: John A. Aiello Dec 12, 2009; Find A Grave Memorial# 45362678.

Nathan W. Wilmot1

M, b. 16 August 1818, d. 27 February 1895
Nathan W. Wilmot|b. 16 Aug 1818\nd. 27 Feb 1895|p349.htm#i448670|Abijah Wilmot|b. 1 Dec 1797\nd. 30 Oct 1871|p350.htm#i448675|Saluna Bronson|b. Dec 1796\nd. 12 Sep 1887|p350.htm#i448674|Abijah Wilmot|b. 20 Mar 1768\nd. 5 Mar 1808|p350.htm#i448688|Sarah Clark|b. 1771|p350.htm#i448687|||||||
     Nathan W. Wilmot was born on 16 August 1818 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY.1 He was the son of Abijah Wilmot and Saluna Bronson.1 Nathan W. Wilmot married Mary Ann Bronson circa 1840.1 Nathan W. Wilmot and Mary Ann Bronson appeared on the census enumerated 17 September 1850 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY, with Sarah A. Wilmot and Amelia Munson living in the same household.2 Nathan W. Wilmot and Mary Ann Bronson appeared on the census enumerated 17 July 1860 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY, with Deloss A. Wilmot living in the same household.3 Nathan W. Wilmot and Mary Ann Bronson appeared on the census enumerated 17 June 1880 at Windsor, Broome Co., NY, with Deloss A. Wilmot and Elizabeth (?) living in the same household.4 Nathan W. Wilmot died on 27 February 1895 at Great Bend, Susquehanna Co., PA, at age 76.5 Some sources report Nathan W. Wilmot died on 26 February 1895 at age 76; according to his cemetery marker.6 He was buried in 1895 at Newman Cemetery, Great Bend, Susquehanna Co., PA.6

Children of Nathan W. Wilmot and Mary Ann Bronson

Citations

  1. Gary Silverstein, "Gary's Database", GEDCOM File, Imported 14 December 2002.
  2. 1850 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Series M432, Roll 477, page 221 A; dwelling 350, Family 362; Enumerated 17 September 1850 by Jeremiah Hull; Nathan Willmot, age 32, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Mary Ann Willmot, age 26, F, W, b. NY; Sarah A. Willmot, age 4, F, W, b. NY; Amelia Munson, age 10, F, W, b. NY, attended school;.
  3. 1860 U.S. Census, Town of Windsor, Great Bend Post Office, Broome Co. NY; Series M653, roll 724, page 779; enumerated 17 July 1860 by W S Mudge; dwelling 915, Family 915, original page 105; Nathan W. Wilmot, age 41, M, W, Farmer, b. NY; Mary A. Wilmot, age 36, F, W, b. NY; Adsia Wilmot, age 11, F, W, b. NY; Delos Wilmot, age 8/12, M, W, b. NY; George Phillips, age 20, M, W, Farm Laborer, b. NY;.
  4. 1880 U.S. Census, Windsor, Broome Co., NY; Series T9, Roll 811, page 516 B; original Page 32 D; Supervisor's Districtict 9; Enumeration District 61; enumerated 17 June 1880 by Pinkney A. English; dwelling 339, family 348, Willmott, Nathan, Husband, W, M, age 61, married, farmer, b. NY; father b. CT, mother b. CT; Willmott, Mary A., W, F, 56, wife, married, keeping house, b. NY, father b. CT, mother b. CT; Willmott, Deloss A., W, M, age 20, son, married within Census year, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY; Willmott, Elizabeth., W, M, 18, daughter-in-law, married within Census year, b. PA, father b. PA, mother b. NY;.
  5. Births_Deaths_&_Marriages, primarily Newspaper Article Extracts, Various Dates, Susquehanna County Historical Society, Nathan Wilmot, an old resident of Locust Hill [area between Great Bend and Windsor], died 2-27-1895. CF Great Bend Items: Ind. Rep 3-9-1895.
  6. Robert L. Landon Jr., Cemetery Log 1998-2009, page 138, Newman Cemetery, Great Bend, PA; Transcribed 3-August 2006 by R. Landon Jr.; Nathan W. Wilmot; born Aug. 16, 1818; Died; Feb. 26, 1895; Mary Ann his wife;.
  7. Robert L. Landon Jr., Cemetery Log 1998-2009, page 138, Newman Cemetery, Great Bend, PA; Transcribed 3-August 2006 by R. Landon Jr.; Sarah A.; their daughter [Nathan & Mary Ann Wilmot]; Born June 22, 1846;; Died; July 16, 1853; "Rest dearchild thy race is run; God saw fit to call her home";.
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