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Samuel TRUESDELL.5,94,126,127 Parents: Lemuel TRUESDELL and Clarissa WILDER.


Samuel TRUESDELL.5,94,126,127 Parents: John W TRUESDELL and Rachel DEGROOT.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]5,94,126,127 He was born in 1630 in Boston, England.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13712. Parents: Thomas TRUESDELL and Helen HYNDE.


Jr. Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born about 1646 in Boston, Co. Lincolnshire, England.5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]5,94,126,127 He died on 2 Mar 1695 in Newton, Mass..5,94,126,127 He is reference number 9206. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]5,94,126,127 [master ged.FTW]

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Samuel Truesdell, brought up by his Uncle Richard, is first mentioned in this country in the will of the latter when on 9 September 1669 he implied an early forthcoming marriage by Samuel and bequeathed to him 50 [pounds]. Samuel Truesdell is next noted in 1672 as coming from Boston and being the 26th settler in Newton, age 26.

The year of Samuel Truesdell's marriage to Mary Jackson is unrecorded. Her father, Deacon John Jackson, was a first settler in 1639 in that portion of the village of Cambridge south of the Charles River, called New Town, and later Newton. Here thirteen of Deacon Jackson's children were born, Mary being the ninth, but the date of her birth is not of record.

Samuel Truesdell acquired land on the south side of the Charles River amounting to 120 acres. The site is south of Newton Highlands being bounded on its western and southern sides by Winchester St. and Nahanton St. as indicated in "Plan of Newton" to show holdings prior to 1700. From other sources the farm must have extended eastward, at least in part, to the "famous Dedham highway" (now Dedham St.) being so mentioned in connection with Eliot's indian wigwam on that road in 1713. Visited in 1951, the area was found to be rough, traversed by ravines, wooded and rocky. The north end, only, was practical farming land. A country club and a boys' home occupied much of the land, elsewhere were built, or were being built, countless attractive suburban cottages and homes.

Following the death of Mary Truesdell (1674), wife of Deacon Richard, "Samuel Truesdalle of Cambridge village, also Newton, in New England, husbandman, and Mary, his wife" sold to "Wm Gilbert, cordwinder, all his (their) share of a messuage lying nere the First Meeting House in Boston which was bequeathed unto the sd Samuel Truesdail by the will of Richard Truesdell of Boston, deceased." Samuel signed the agreement 30 April 1675, Mary on 28 May 1675. In June of the same year Samuel and Mary also mortgaged to William Gilbert their home and 60 acres of land in Newton.

Deacon Jackson died in 1674/5 leaving 863 acres and 1230 [pounds]. In the distribution of his estate 20 December 1676, "Samuell Trusedell, in the right of his wife," received additional upland. Elijah Kenrick, another son-in-law, received land on the Dedham Highway, adjacent to Samuel Truesdell's farm. The same year Samuel Truesdell and Elijah Kenrick, with their wives, sold 23 acres of woodland to Thomas Greenwood for 46 [pounds].

Samuel Truesdell's name is included in the petition submitted 8 May 1678 to the General Court asking separation of Cambridge Village (Newton) from Cambridge. The petition was prepared by Deacon Jackson before his death. The year 1679 is given in "Plan of Newton" for the building of Samuel's home. With Capt. Noah Wiswall, another brother-in-law, Samuel was admitted freeman of Massachusetts Bay Colony 21 July 1686.

Samuel Truesdell died on his farm near Kenrick's Bridge. From the diary of Samuel Sewall, "6 Mch 1694/5. On Sabbath . . . On the day before, on Trusedal, of Newton, was pulling Hay from an undermined Mow in the barn which fell upon him and kill'd him." Samuel is buried in Newton Centre St. Cemetery. This cemetery area, gift of Deacon John Jackson, is adjacent to the site of the First Meeting House. Fenced and under maintenance of the town authorities, it has been carefully guarded and preserved. Across Centre Street are the well-kept grounds and buildings of the Newton College.

Samuel Truesdell died interstate. James Trowbridge and John Kenrick, brothers-in-law of the widow and her uncle Edward Jackson inventoried Samuel's property at 262 pounds, 3 shillings, 6 pence. This was approved by J.A. Russell, judge of probate, on 8 April 1695. Russell appointed the widow and her eldest son Richard as administrators. For some reason, settlement of the estate lagged and the court appointed James Trowbridge, James Ward Sr., and John Kenrick as a committee to divide the property.
On 17 May 1697, the committee reported to the Court that the estate could not be divided without spoiling the whole living. With Richard's consent and that of the widow, Samuel Jr. was made administrator.

The committee determined that after the deduction of the widow's third, the balance of the estate should be divided into nine equal parts. Three of these parts were to be allotted to Richard and Samuel, to be shared equally between them. It was apparently determined that Richard, the eldest son, and Samuel Jr., with responsibility of administrator, were on equal footing, and should received a little more than the younger children.

In the committee's memorandum of settlement the value of the estate is reduced somewhat, being placed at 240 [pounds]. The deduction of the widow's third, 80 [pounds], left 160 [pounds]. Then the married daughter, Mary Foote, is made to return (on paper) the 18 [pounds] which she had previously received, probably her dowry, leaving a total to be divided amounting to 178 [pounds]. Division was made as noted above. Mary Foote actually received 1 pound, 15 shillings, 6 pence, the difference between her declared share and what she had already received. It is interesting that the odd 4 pence is given to Experience, the youngest, who is noted in the first list of children as "lame". Final settlement was finally made on 21 October 1700.

From the inventory, Samuel Truesdell had a good farm, well equipped. He possessed books, a rarity in those days. His house consisted of parlor, dwelling room, chamber, lean-to and cellar, all stocked, possibly thanks to his wife, with numerous necessities of life suitable for living in a new country. His elder sons could write, their signatures being plain and clear.

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Samuel Truesdell, brought up by his Uncle Richard, is first mentioned in this country in the will of the latter when on 9 September 1669 he implied an early forthcoming marriage by Samuel and bequeathed to him 50 [pounds]. Samuel Truesdell is next noted in 1672 as coming from Boston and being the 26th settler in Newton, age 26.

The year of Samuel Truesdell's marriage to Mary Jackson is unrecorded. Her father, Deacon John Jackson, was a first settler in 1639 in that portion of the village of Cambridge south of the Charles River, called New Town, and later Newton. Here thirteen of Deacon Jackson's children were born, Mary being the ninth, but the date of her birth is not of record.

Samuel Truesdell acquired land on the south side of the Charles River amounting to 120 acres. The site is south of Newton Highlands being bounded on its western and southern sides by Winchester St. and Nahanton St. as indicated in "Plan of Newton" to show holdings prior to 1700. From other sources the farm must have extended eastward, at least in part, to the "famous Dedham highway" (now Dedham St.) being so mentioned in connection with Eliot's indian wigwam on that road in 1713. Visited in 1951, the area was found to be rough, traversed by ravines, wooded and rocky. The north end, only, was practical farming land. A country club and a boys' home occupied much of the land, elsewhere were built, or were being built, countless attractive suburban cottages and homes.

Following the death of Mary Truesdell (1674), wife of Deacon Richard, "Samuel Truesdalle of Cambridge village, also Newton, in New England, husbandman, and Mary, his wife" sold to "Wm Gilbert, cordwinder, all his (their) share of a messuage lying nere the First Meeting House in Boston which was bequeathed unto the sd Samuel Truesdail by the will of Richard Truesdell of Boston, deceased." Samuel signed the agreement 30 April 1675, Mary on 28 May 1675. In June of the same year Samuel and Mary also mortgaged to William Gilbert their home and 60 acres of land in Newton.

Deacon Jackson died in 1674/5 leaving 863 acres and 1230 [pounds]. In the distribution of his estate 20 December 1676, "Samuell Trusedell, in the right of his wife," received additional upland. Elijah Kenrick, another son-in-law, received land on the Dedham Highway, adjacent to Samuel Truesdell's farm. The same year Samuel Truesdell and Elijah Kenrick, with their wives, sold 23 acres of woodland to Thomas Greenwood for 46 [pounds].

Samuel Truesdell's name is included in the petition submitted 8 May 1678 to the General Court asking separation of Cambridge Village (Newton) from Cambridge. The petition was prepared by Deacon Jackson before his death. The year 1679 is given in "Plan of Newton" for the building of Samuel's home. With Capt. Noah Wiswall, another brother-in-law, Samuel was admitted freeman of Massachusetts Bay Colony 21 July 1686.

Samuel Truesdell died on his farm near Kenrick's Bridge. From the diary of Samuel Sewall, "6 Mch 1694/5. On Sabbath . . . On the day before, on Trusedal, of Newton, was pulling Hay from an undermined Mow in the barn which fell upon him and kill'd him." Samuel is buried in Newton Centre St. Cemetery. This cemetery area, gift of Deacon John Jackson, is adjacent to the site of the First Meeting House. Fenced and under maintenance of the town authorities, it has been carefully guarded and preserved. Across Centre Street are the well-kept grounds and buildings of the Newton College.

Samuel Truesdell died interstate. James Trowbridge and John Kenrick, brothers-in-law of the widow and her uncle Edward Jackson inventoried Samuel's property at 262 pounds, 3 shillings, 6 pence. This was approved by J.A. Russell, judge of probate, on 8 April 1695. Russell appointed the widow and her eldest son Richard as administrators. For some reason, settlement of the estate lagged and the court appointed James Trowbridge, James Ward Sr., and John Kenrick as a committee to divide the property.
On 17 May 1697, the committee reported to the Court that the estate could not be divided without spoiling the whole living. With Richard's consent and that of the widow, Samuel Jr. was made administrator.

The committee determined that after the deduction of the widow's third, the balance of the estate should be divided into nine equal parts. Three of these parts were to be allotted to Richard and Samuel, to be shared equally between them. It was apparently determined that Richard, the eldest son, and Samuel Jr., with responsibility of administrator, were on equal footing, and should received a little more than the younger children.

In the committee's memorandum of settlement the value of the estate is reduced somewhat, being placed at 240 [pounds]. The deduction of the widow's third, 80 [pounds], left 160 [pounds]. Then the married daughter, Mary Foote, is made to return (on paper) the 18 [pounds] which she had previously received, probably her dowry, leaving a total to be divided amounting to 178 [pounds]. Division was made as noted above. Mary Foote actually received 1 pound, 15 shillings, 6 pence, the difference between her declared share and what she had already received. It is interesting that the odd 4 pence is given to Experience, the youngest, who is noted in the first list of children as "lame". Final settlement was finally made on 21 October 1700.

From the inventory, Samuel Truesdell had a good farm, well equipped. He possessed books, a rarity in those days. His house consisted of parlor, dwelling room, chamber, lean-to and cellar, all stocked, possibly thanks to his wife, with numerous necessities of life suitable for living in a new country. His elder sons could write, their signatures being plain and clear. Parents: Jr William TRUESDELL and Rebecca LEA.

Spouse: Mary JACKSON. Jr. Samuel TRUESDELL and Mary JACKSON were married about 1671 in Newton, Mass..5,94,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]5,94,127 Reference Number:22472 Children were: Richard TRUESDELL, Mary TRUESDELL, Jr. Samuel TRUESDELL, Mindwell TRUESDELL, Rebecca TRUESDELL, Experience TRUESDELL, Thomas TRUESDELL, Ebenezer TRUESDELL.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]5,94,126,127 He was born in 1647.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13727. Parents: Thomas TRUESDELL and Deborah WILSON.


Jr. Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 13 Oct 1675 in Cambridge, Mass.5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,94,126,127 He died on 11 Feb 1753 in Cambridge, Mass.5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13525. Parents: Jr. Samuel TRUESDELL and Mary JACKSON.

Spouse: Elizabeth HAMMOND. Jr. Samuel TRUESDELL and Elizabeth HAMMOND were married about 1700 in Newton, Mass.5,94,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]5,94,127 Reference Number:83419 Children were: Third Samuel TRUESDELL, Hannah TRUESDELL, Elizabeth TRUESDELL, Esther TRUESDELL, Thomas TRUESDELL, Mary TRUESDELL, Sarah TRUESDELL, Rebecca TRUESDELL.


Third Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born about 1702 in Newton, MA.5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,94,126,127 He died on 11 Jan 1732 in Newton, MA.5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]5,94,126,127 He is reference number 12339. Parents: Jr. Samuel TRUESDELL and Elizabeth HAMMOND.

Spouse: Elizabeth WILSON. Third Samuel TRUESDELL and Elizabeth WILSON were married on 7 May 1730 in Middlesex Co., MA.5,94,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]5,94,127 Reference Number:83415 Children were: Richard TRUESDELL.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 18 Jun 1738 in Norwalk, Conn.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13785. Parents: William TRUESDELL and Martha TYLER.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 24 Jun 1739 in North Branford, CT.5,94,126,127 He died on 24 Sep 1756 in Albany, NY.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13548. Parents: Jr. Richard TRUESDELL and Lydia LINSLEY.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 1 Apr 1740 in Newton, Mass.5,94,126,127 He died on 6 Sep 1760 in Crown Point, NY.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13817. Parents: Thomas TRUESDELL and Elizabeth SEGER.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 16 Sep 1742 in Pomfret, Conn.5,94,126,127 He died between 1820 and 1830 in Buckland, Mass.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13562. Parents: Jr Ebenezer TRUESDELL and Bethiah MAY.

Spouse: Elizabeth PHILLIPS. Children were: Elizabeth TRUESDELL, Mary TRUESDELL, Hulduh TRUESDELL, Lemuel TRUESDELL.

Spouse: Lucy BUTLER.

Spouse: Holly FIELD.


Sr Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 7 Jan 1761 in Newton, Mass.5,94,126,127 He died on 19 Apr 1802 in Newburyport, Mass.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13974. Parents: Richard TRUESDELL and Lydia HYDE.

Spouse: Abigail GRIFFITH. Children were: Abigail Ward TRUESDELL, Lydia TRUESDELL, Elizabeth TRUESDELL, Daughter TRUESDELL, Son TRUESDELL, Jr Samuel TRUESDELL, Sr Artemus Ward TRUESDELL, Hannah TRUESDELL.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 8 Apr 1761 in North Salem, NY.5,94,126,127 He died on 2 Oct 1839 in North Salem, NY.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13915. Parents: Jesse TRUESDELL and Ruth KEELER.

Spouse: Sybil PHILLIPS. Samuel TRUESDELL and Sybil PHILLIPS were married on 6 Jan 1785 in Salem, NY.5,94,127 Reference Number:98657 Children were: Sr John Phillips TRUESDELL, Morgan TRUESDELL, Hannah TRUESDELL, Abigail TRUESDELL, Nathaniel TRUESDELL, Charity TRUESDELL, Samuel TRUESDELL, William Henry TRUESDELL.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 1 Jun 1766 in North Branford, Conn.5,94,126,127 He died on 24 Sep 1848 in Lawsville, PA.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13947. Parents: James TRUESDELL and Rachel WHEATON.

Spouse: Lucretia COOK. Samuel TRUESDELL and Lucretia COOK were married on 17 Dec 1787 in Harwinton, Conn.5,94,127 Reference Number:99038 Children were: James TRUESDELL, Samuel Wheaton TRUESDELL.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 22 Sep 1774 in Pomfret, Conn.5,94,126,127 He died on 20 Jan 1842 in Thompson, Conn.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13583. Parents: Seth TRUESDELL and Esther WEST.

Spouse: Lois RICHARDS. Samuel TRUESDELL and Lois RICHARDS were married. Reference Number:94986 Children were: Esther TRUESDELL, Seth TRUESDELL, Jerusha TRUESDELL, Jr Samuel TRUESDELL, Lois TRUESDELL, Rachel TRUESDELL, Charlotte TRUESDELL, Augustus TRUESDELL, Adam Siamons TRUESDELL.

Spouse: Nancy W NICHOLS. Samuel TRUESDELL and Nancy W NICHOLS were married on 29 Sep 1833.5,94,127 Reference Number:94988


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127,128 was born on 13 Jul 1778 in Hillsdale, NY.5,94,126,127,128 He died on 27 May 1866 in Hillsdale, NY.5,94,126,127,128 He was buried in North Hainesdale Cemetery Meth-Episc. Churchyard Ill.5,128 He is reference number 13925. Parents: Charles TRUESDELL and Ruth KEELER.

Spouse: Polly WHEELER. Samuel TRUESDELL and Polly WHEELER were married on 1 Jan 1802 in Dutchess Co., NY.5,128 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]5,94,127 Reference Number:98803 Children were: Son TRUESDELL, Franklin TRUESDELL, Charles F. TRUESDELL, Sally TRUESDELL, Gaius TRUESDELL, Angeline TRUESDELL, Hiram TRUESDELL, Son TRUESDELL.

Spouse: Hannah SMITH. Samuel TRUESDELL and Hannah SMITH were married on 2 Nov 1816 in Hillsdale, NY.5,94,127,128 Reference Number:98818 Children were: Zerah TRUESDELL.

Spouse: Margaret MALLERY. Samuel TRUESDELL and Margaret MALLERY were married on 14 Nov 1822 in New York.5,94,127,128 Reference Number:98820 Children were: Charlotte TRUESDELL, Ruby TRUESDELL.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 10 Jul 1779 in Monson, Mass.5,94,126,127 He died in May 1842 in New Haven, Conn.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 14001. Parents: Thomas TRUESDELL and Rhoda CURTIS.

Spouse: Malana FRENCH. Children were: Sarah TRUESDELL, Laura E TRUESDELL, Lorenzo TRUESDELL, Mary TRUESDELL.

Spouse: Abigail ATKINS.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,128 was born about 1790.5,128 Parents: Sr Nathan TRUESDELL and MARY.


Jr Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born in 1793 in Newburyport, Mass.5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]5,94,126,127 He is reference number 14447. Parents: Sr Samuel TRUESDELL and Abigail GRIFFITH.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 11 Aug 1800 in Coxsackie, NY.5,94,126,127 He died on 31 Oct 1873 in Vestal Center, NY.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 14161. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 3]5,94,126,127 Parents: Jabish TRUESDELL and Bethia PADDOCK.

Spouse: Perthina WILSON. Samuel TRUESDELL and Perthina WILSON were married. Reference Number:101486 Children were: Cordelia E TRUESDELL, Mary Ann TRUESDELL, Sally B TRUESDELL, Wilson Jabish TRUESDELL, Betsey Louisa TRUESDELL, Catherine A TRUESDELL, Melissa Jane TRUESDELL, Teresa P TRUESDELL.


Jr Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 5 Apr 1801 in Woodstock, Conn.5,94,126,127 He died on 1 May 1875 in Putnam, Conn.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 14604. Parents: Samuel TRUESDELL and Lois RICHARDS.

Spouse: Harriet SHARP. Jr Samuel TRUESDELL and Harriet SHARP were married on 26 Dec 1823 in Pomfret, Conn.5,94,127 Reference Number:106597 Children were: Jerusha Farrington TRUESDELL, George S TRUESDELL, Mary Augusta TRUESDELL, Harriet Elizabeth TRUESDELL, Ellen F TRUESDELL, Albert Simmons TRUESDELL, Storrs TRUESDELL.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 14 Nov 1804 in North Salem, NY.5,94,126,127 He died on 14 Nov 1821.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 14170. Parents: Samuel TRUESDELL and Sybil PHILLIPS.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born about 1815 in Sussex Co, NJ.5,94,126,127 He died after 1880.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 14972. Parents: The Third Joseph TRUESDAIL.

Spouse: SARAH. Samuel TRUESDELL and SARAH were married. Reference Number:110936 Children were: Charles W TRUESDELL, Joseph TRUESDELL, Amanda TRUESDELL, Frank TRUESDELL.


Sr Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 11 Jun 1824 in Sing Sing, NY.5,94,126,127 He died on 26 May 1901 in Brooklyn, NY.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 15084. Parents: Sr John Phillips TRUESDELL and Catherine PALMER.

Spouse: Elizabeth HENSHAW. Sr Samuel TRUESDELL and Elizabeth HENSHAW were married in New York, NY.5,94,127 Reference Number:112266 Children were: Jr Samuel TRUESDELL.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 26 Sep 1825 in Northbridge, Mass.5,94,126,127 He died in 1826 in Northbridge, Mass.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 16003. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 3]5,94,126,127 Parents: Seth TRUESDELL and Chloe ESTY.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 10 Jan 1828 in Thompson, Conn.5,94,126,127 He died on 5 Apr 1828 in Thompson, Conn.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 16005. Parents: Seth TRUESDELL and Chloe ESTY.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 14 Oct 1830 in Liberty, PA.5,94,126,127 He died before 1908.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 15363. Parents: James TRUESDELL and Sally WARNER.

Spouse: Achsah W POTTER. Samuel TRUESDELL and Achsah W POTTER were married on 10 Sep 1867 in Thompson, PA.5,94,127 Reference Number:115360 Children were: Ada TRUESDELL.


Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 3 Jul 1847 in Independence, Mich.5,94,126,127 He died on 3 Jul 1847 in Independence, Mich.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 15622. Parents: Sr Gamaliel TRUESDELL and Phebe RIKER.


Jr Samuel TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born about 1858.5,94,126,127 He died on 2 Apr 1925 in Richmond, NY.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 16898. Parents: Sr Samuel TRUESDELL and Elizabeth HENSHAW.


Samuel Erastus TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 12 Oct 1880 in Canton, Mich.5,94,126,127 He died on 29 Mar 1898 in Canton, Mich.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 13248. Parents: Cornelius Burt TRUESDELL and Harriet Elizabeth SMOCK.


Samuel Gardner TRUESDELL.5,94,126,127 Parents: Gardner Wilder TRUESDELL and Melissa West SCOTT.


Samuel Howell TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 15 Jul 1857 in Independence, Mich.5,94,126,127 He died on 24 Jul 1922 in Pontiac, Mich.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 17739. Parents: John TRUESDELL and Margaret Jane EDMONSON.


Samuel Perce TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born about 1803 in Dutchess Co, NY.5,94,126,127 He died after 1880.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 14143. Parents: Jr Joseph TRUESDAIL and Susannah NORTHROP.

Spouse: Frances. Samuel Perce TRUESDELL and Frances were married. Reference Number:101271 Children were: John TRUESDELL, Susan TRUESDELL, Erastus C TRUESDELL, Isaac TRUESDELL, James A TRUESDELL, Rebecca TRUESDELL, Milo TRUESDELL.


Samuel Smith TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 4 Jul 1833 in North Harmony, NY.5,94,126,127 He died on 4 Mar 1895 in Blockville, NY.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 15268. Parents: Jeheil TRUESDELL and Eliza PORTER.

Spouse: Olive Plummer LEACH. Samuel Smith TRUESDELL and Olive Plummer LEACH were married on 3 Aug 1857 in North Harmony, NY.5,94,127 Reference Number:114252 Children were: Richard Watson TRUESDELL, Herbert Romain TRUESDELL, William Zebedee TRUESDELL.


Samuel Verdine TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 23 Sep 1843 in Indiana.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 16336. Parents: Sr John TRUESDELL and Vashti Ann WOODEN.

Spouse: Susie DUTTER.


Samuel Wheaton TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 9 Sep 1799 in Harwinton, Conn.5,94,126,127 He died on 24 Oct 1872 in Lawsville, PA.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 14309. Parents: Samuel TRUESDELL and Lucretia COOK.

Spouse: Lucy UPSON. Samuel Wheaton TRUESDELL and Lucy UPSON were married on 7 Oct 1821 in Wolcott, Conn.5,94,127 Reference Number:103054 Children were: Julia TRUESDELL, John Calvin TRUESDELL, Martin Luther TRUESDELL, Albert TRUESDELL, Clarissa Emmeline TRUESDELL, Rollin Bowman TRUESDELL.


Sanford TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born about 1861 in Warren Co, NY.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 15349. Parents: Theodore TRUESDELL and CATHERINE.


Sanford Norton TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 2 Oct 1836 in Somers, Conn.5,94,126,127 He died on 6 May 1864 in Wilderness, VA.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 15788. Parents: Ozias TRUESDELL and Esther HALL.


Sapphira TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 3 Oct 1812.5,94,126,127 She died on 28 Oct 1812.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 14112. Parents: Hiel TRUESDELL and Martha DEWOLF.


Sarah TRUESDELL.5,94,126,127 Parents: John TRUESDELL and Unknown HUTCHINS.


Sarah TRUESDELL.5,94,126,127 Parents: Samuel TRUESDELL and Malana FRENCH.


Sarah TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 23 Aug 1721 in Newton, MA.5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]5,94,126,127 She died after 1769.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 12345. Parents: Jr. Samuel TRUESDELL and Elizabeth HAMMOND.

Spouse: David PARKER. David PARKER and Sarah TRUESDELL were married on 4 Jun 1738 in Newton, MA.5,94,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]5,94,127 Reference Number:83549 Children were: Anna PARKER, Elizabeth PARKER, Sarah PARKER, Noah PARKER.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]5,94,126,127 She was born in 1753 in Redding, Conn.5,94,126,127 She died on 21 May 1786 in Kinderhook, NY.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 13883. Parents: Jr. William TRUESDELL and Deliverance JEASON.

Spouse: Cornelius O'BRYAN. Children were: John O'BRYAN, Neeltje O'BRYAN.


Sarah TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 20 Aug 1753 in Pomfret, Conn.5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 2]5,94,126,127 She died on 2 Mar 1787 in Abington, Conn.5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 3]5,94,126,127 She is reference number 9255. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 4]5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 5]5,94,126,127 Parents: Joseph TRUESDELL and Mary HOLT.


Sarah TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born about 1758 in Dudley, MA.5,94,126,127 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]5,94,126,127 She is reference number 13570. Parents: Jr Ebenezer TRUESDELL and Sarah BURNELL.

Spouse: Noah Wright SADLER. Noah Wright SADLER and Sarah TRUESDELL were married on 30 Jan 1783 in Ashfield, Mass.5,94,127 Reference Number:94823


Sarah TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 12 Feb 1776 in Wilkes-Barre, PA.5,94,126,127 She died on 21 Oct 1840 in Horseheads, NY.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 13965. Parents: Gamaliel TRUESDELL and Ann WHITNEY.

Spouse: Benjamin WESTLAKE. Benjamin WESTLAKE and Sarah TRUESDELL were married. Reference Number:99252 Children were: Ann WESTLAKE, George WESTLAKE, Daniel Burrows WESTLAKE, Mary E WESTLAKE.

Spouse: Jesse HARRISON. Jesse HARRISON and Sarah TRUESDELL were married. Reference Number:99253 Children were: Elizabeth HARRISON, Emeline HARRISON.


Sarah TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 17 Jun 1785 in Hillsdale, NY.5,94,126,127 She died on 17 May 1810.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 14064. Parents: Thomas TRUESDELL and Hannah COLLIN.

Spouse: Erastus TAYLOR. Erastus TAYLOR and Sarah TRUESDELL were married on 11 Mar 1804.5,94,127 Reference Number:100392 Children were: Hannah TAYLOR, Lydia TAYLOR, Sarah Madeline TAYLOR.


Sarah TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 16 Sep 1786 in Luzerne Co, PA.5,94,126,127 She died on 1 Apr 1855 in Ohio.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 13961. Parents: Jr John TRUESDALE and Mary WHITNEY.

Spouse: Jacob Jr REEDER. Jacob Jr REEDER and Sarah TRUESDELL were married on 30 Dec 1804 in Luzerne Co, PA.5,94,127 Reference Number:99211 Children were: Enos REEDER, James Mcmahon REEDER, Sarah REEDER.


Sarah TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 11 Aug 1787 in Pomfret, CT.5,94,126,127 She died on 5 Sep 1789 in Abington, CT.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 13591. Parents: Jeduthan TRUESDELL and Abigail WHITE.


Sarah TRUESDELL5,94,126,127 was born on 25 Dec 1788 in Rensselaer Co, NY.5,94,126,127 She died on 29 Sep 1866 in Charleston, NY.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 13938. Parents: Richard TRUESDELL and Rachel KEELER.

Spouse: William GRANDY. William GRANDY and Sarah TRUESDELL were married in Caldwell, NY.5,94,127 Reference Number:98970 Children were: Richard GRANDY, Nancy GRANDY, Lyman GRANDY, Hiram GRANDY, William GRANDY.

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