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Ancestry of Henry Franklin Perkins

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1. Henry Franklin[1] Perkins (Jesse, 2) (A1). Born, 2 Oct 1882, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 17 Jun 1963, in McCreary Co., KY[1]. Burial in Pine Knot, McCreary Co., KY. Occupation: farmer.

He married Nellie Walker Inman, daughter of Andrew Walker and Rutha Manning, 1920. Born, 1 Feb 1891, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 18 Jan 1965, in Williamsburg, Whitley Co., KY[2]. Burial: 21 Jan 1965, in E. Tabernacle, Pine Knot, McCreary Co., KY[3]. Occupation: nurse teacher. Children:

Picture of Ralph Carl Perkins
           i.  Denval Perkins. Born, 4 Apr 1921, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 6
               Aug 1974, in Hamilton Co., OH[4]. Burial: 12 Aug 1974, in 
               Onstott Cem., Xenia, IL. Occupation: machinist, sailor. He married
               (1) Mary Ruth Ball, 7 Jun 1946, in Latonia, Kenton Co., KY. He 
            married(2) Joyce Anderson Monk in OH.
          ii.  Densal Perkins. Born, 4 Apr 1921, in Whitley Co., KY. Died,
               1984, in Somerset, Pulaski Co., KY.

         iii.  Ralph Carl Perkins. Born, 1929, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 1984,
               in City of Norfolk, VA. Occupation: sailor, letter-carrier, real 
               estate.  He married Mary _______ .

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Picture of Jesse Perkins

2. Jesse[2] Perkins (William, 4) (A2). Born, 21 Apr 1840, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 4 Sep 1894, in Holly Hill, Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico, Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: farmer soldier.

He married Elizabeth Jane Creekmore (3) (A3), 30 Nov 1865, in Whitley Co., KY. Children:

           i.  Francis[1] Perkins[5]. Born, 16 Aug 1867, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Died, 23 Sep 1943, in KY. Occupation: farmer. He married[5],
               first, Lizzie Higginbotham[5]. He married[5], second, Martha 
               Meadows[5].
          ii.  Nancy Perkins[5]. Born, 29 Nov 1869, in KY. Died, 28 Jan 1927,
               in KY. Occupation: housewife. She married[5] Sid Lovitt[5].
         iii.  William B. Perkins. Born, 3 Apr 1873, in KY. Died, 1948, in KY.
               He married Louise White.
          iv.  Mahala Perkins[5]. Born, 21 Apr 1875, in KY. She married[5]
               Henry Patrick[5].
           v.  Melt Lewis Perkins. Born, 7 Sep 1877, in KY. Died, 16 Aug 1951,
               in KY. He married[5] Frances Meadows[5].
          vi.  Rebecca Susan Perkins[5]. Born, 30 Jan 1880, in KY. Died in KY.
               She married[5] Lee Patrick[5].
   1     vii.  Henry Franklin Perkins.
        viii.  Ancil Perkins. Born, 15 May 1885, in KY. Died, 25 Jul 1961, in 
               KY. He married Rebecca White.
          ix.  Sarah Etta Perkins[5]. Born, 28 Apr 1888, in KY. She married[5],
               first, Perk Poynter[5]. She married[5], second, Asberry Fee[5].
           x.  Gilson M Perkins[5]. Born, 13 Aug 1891, in KY. Died, 17 Jan
               1929, in KY. He married[5] Ruby Hayes[5].

3. Elizabeth Jane[2] Creekmore (Francis Marion, 6) (A3). Born, 14 Feb 1848, in Whitley Co., KY[3]. Died, 10 Jul 1934, in McCreary Co., KY[6]. Burial: 11 Jul 1934, in Old Jellico, Whitley Co., KY[3]. Occupation: housewife.

She married Jesse Perkins (2) (A2).

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4. William[3] Perkins (Jabez, 8) (A4). Born, 1801, in VA. Died, Feb 1864, in KY. Occupation: blacksmith.

He married, first, Margaret Peggy McKee, 15 Mar 1821, in Whitley Co., KY. Born, 1800 (?), in VA. Died, 1831 (?), in Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: housewife. Children:

           i.  Mary[2] Perkins[5]. Born, 30 May 1823, in Knox Co., KY?. Died,
               30 May 1893, in Whitley Co., KY.
          ii.  Jabez Perkins[5]. Born, 1824. Died, 1884. He married[5], first,
               Elizabeth Wilson[5], 10 Jul 1845, in KY. He married[5], second,
               Elizabeth Davenport[5], 15 Aug 1865, in KY.
         iii.  Anna Perkins[5]. Born, 1829, in KY. She married[5] Lee 
               Shepard[5].
          iv.  Cyrenas W. Perkins[5]. Born, 29 Oct 1831, in KY. Died, 23 Jan
               1901, in KY. He married[5] Elizabeth Noe[5].

He married, second, Rebecca Shepard (5) (A5), 1832 (?). Children:

           v.  Solomon Perkins[5]. Born, 4 Apr 1835, in KY. Died, 24 Apr 1895,
               in KY. He married[5] Jane Jennie Stephens[5], 2 Aug 1867.
          vi.  Elijah Perkins[5]. Born, 1838, in KY. Died, 28 Mar 1865, in 
               Arlington, VA. Burial in Arl. Nat. Cem., VA. Occupation:
               soldier. He married[5] Jane Mills[5], 22 May 1863.
   2     vii.  Jesse Perkins.
        viii.  Lewis Perkins[5]. Born, 1841, in KY. He married[5] Rhoda Ann 
               Coffey[5], 21 Mar 1861.
          ix.  James Perkins[5]. Born, 1841, in Whitley Co., KY. He married[5]
               Nancy Rue Coffey[5], 1 Aug 1859.
           x.  Jemimah Perkins[5]. Born, 1848, in Whitley Co., KY.
          xi.  Sallie Perkins[5]. Born, 1850, in Whitley Co., KY. She 
               married[5] Shelby Coffey[5], 26 Dec 1872.

5. Rebecca[3] Shepard (Nimrod, 10) (A5). Born, 1810 (?), in KY. Died, 26 Jun 1866 (?), in KY. Occupation: housewife.

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She married William Perkins (4) (A4).

6. Francis Marion[3] Creekmore (William Ballentine, 12) (A6). Born, 18 May 1822, in Whitley Co., KY. Died, 9 Feb 1907, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Jellico Creek, Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: farmer.

He married Nancy Campbell (7) (A7), 18 Jan 1844, in Whitley Co., KY. Children:

           i.  Henry Reger[2] Creekmore. Born, before 1845, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Census: 1860, in Whitley Co., KY pp736-737. He married, first,
               Mary C. unknown, circa 1865. He married, second, Virginia 
               Isabelle Ellison, 1872. He married, third, Eliza Davis, after
               1873.
   3      ii.  Elizabeth Jane Creekmore.
         iii.  Susan Creekmore. Born, before 1852, in Whitley Co., KY. Census:
               1860, in Whitley Co., KY pp736-737. She married Mark Wilson,
               1867.
          iv.  William B. Creekmore. Born, 23 Dec 1853, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Census: 1860, in Whitley Co., KY pp736-737.
           v.  Sarah Creekmore. Born, 15 Apr 1857, in Whitley Co., KY. Census:
               1860, in Whitley Co., KY pp736-737. She married Martin Luther 
               Moore, 1873.
          vi.  Nancy L. Creekmore. Born, before 1860, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Census: 1860, in Whitley Co., KY pp736-737. She married Mart 
               Campbell, circa 1880.
         vii.  Solomon Creekmore. Born, before 1860, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Census: 1860, in Whitley Co., KY pp736-737. He married Katie 
               Brown, circa 1880.

7. Nancy[3] Campbell (William, 14) (A7). Born, 11 Feb 1823. Died, 5 Jan 1904, in KY. Occupation: housewife.

She married Francis Marion Creekmore (6) (A6).

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8. Jabez[4] Perkins (Timothy, 16) (A8). Born, 6 Nov 1766, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, circa 1836, in Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: farmer.

In 1784, George Morris was appointed Guardian to Gebas Perkins (Wilkes Co., NC, Will Bk 1, p.123). In 1789, Jabish Perkins was administrator of William Sperry, dec'd. (Wilkes Co., NC, Will Bk 1, p. 254). Inventory of the Estate of William Sperry is in Wilkes Co., NC Will Bk 1, p. 262 dated 1789. In 1784, Wm. Smith was the Administrator of W. Sperry (Wilkes Co., NC Will Bk 1, p. 122).

      WILL of JABUS PERKINS, of Whitley Co., KY was made 27 Dec 1835, and
probated February Term, 1836.
      I Jabus Perkins of the County of Whitley and State of Kentucky being sick
and low in boddy but of Sound Mind and disposing memory and Calling to mind the
mortality of man and knowing that it is appointed for all men to die I make and
ordain this my last will and testament in the followung manner,
      To wit, first of all I will my sole to God that gave it and my body to be
buried in a decent and Christian like maner and Touching on my Worldly Estate
which it hath pleased God to bles me with I dispose of in the maner following,
      To wit, I give and bequeath to my Son Timothy Perkins One Dollar
      I give and Bequeath to my Son Jesse Perkins One Dollar
      I give and bequeath to my Son Jabes Perkins One Dollar
      I Give and Bequeath to My Daughter Lucy Cox one Dollar
      I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Patty     ah One Dollar
      I Give and Bequeath to my two Daughters Amy White and Nancy White one
Note of Land on Demcey White to be Eaqually devided between them
      I give and bequeath to my Son William Perkins all of my land in the State
of Illinois and all my land in the State of Kentucky and all of my waggons and
oxen and horses and stock of Every kind and farming tools and all of my house
hold and kitching furniture and my ----- hanner and my Will is that together
with the rest that William Perkins Support and Take Care of my Wife Nancy
Perkins So long as she lives
      I give and Bequeath to the heirs of Sollomon Perkins -----
      Ratify and Confirming this to be my Last Will and Testament in witness I
have here unto set my hand and seal this 27th of December 1835
      Jabes (X) Perkins
      Atest: B.B. Creekmore, John Moses, Wm. B. Creekmore
      State of Ky Whitley County CT Feby Term 1836

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      The last will & testament of Jabes Perkins Decd was produced in and
proven by the oaths of B.B. Creekmore & John Moses & Wm B. Creekmore
Subscribing Witnesses which is ordered by the Court to be recorded.
      A coppy test: ----------------

Jabez Perkins and Nancy White were married 27 Dec 1835.

Nancy Perkins renounced the will on 13 Feb 1836. The inventory was recorded 3 Mar 1836.

He married Mary Ann/Nancy Ann unknown (9) (A9), circa 1783 (?), in Grayson Co., VA, or, Ashe Co., NC. Children:

           i.  Timothy[3] Perkins. Born, 1784, in VA/NC. Died, after 1836, in 
               Gentry Co., MO. He married Mary Ann unknown.
          ii.  Jesse Alvin Perkins. Born, 10 May 1787, in Grayson Co., VA.
               Died, after 1835. He married Amy Girton.
         iii.  Lucy Perkins. Born, 1792, in Grayson Co., VA. Died, after 1835.
               She married Nathan Coxe, 21 Jul 1821, in KY.
          iv.  Sarah Patty Perkins. Born, 1795, in Grayson Co., VA. Died, after
               1835, in Bureau Co., IL. She married Joseph Screech.
           v.  Jabus Perkins. Born, 1796, in Grayson Co., VA. Died, after 1835,
               in Bureau Co., IL. He married, first, Rachel Wright. He married,
               second, Sarah Justice Wilder Kirby.
          vi.  Amy Perkins. Born, 1798, in Grayson Co., VA. Died, after 1835.
               She married Hunison/Harrison White, 30 Nov 1815.
   4     vii.  William Perkins.
        viii.  Solomon Perkins. Born in VA/NC. Died, before 1835, in KY/IL.
          ix.  Nancy Perkins. Born, 1803, in Grayson Co., VA. Died, after 1835.
               She married Demsy White, before 1835.

9. Nancy Ann[4] unknown (A9). Born, 1766 (?). Died, after 1836, in Whitley Co., KY, after, 13 Feb 1836. Occupation: housewife.

She married Jabez Perkins (8) (A8).

10. Nimrod[4] Shepard (A10). Born, circa 1782, in NC. Died, circa 1874, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico, Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 31. Occupation: farmer-cooper.

He married Jemimah Smith (11) (A11), 1808 (?). Children:

   5       i.  Rebecca[3] Shepard.
          ii.  James Shepard. Born, circa 1810, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley
               Co., KY, HH # 45. He married Rebecca Gaylor, 28 Jul 1831, in 
               Whitley Co., KY.
         iii.  Mary (Polly) Shepard. Born, circa 1811, in KY. Died, after 1850.
               Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 76. Occupation:
               housewife. She married Griffin Morgan, circa 1830, in KY/TN.
          iv.  William Shepard. Born, circa 1813, in KY. Census: 1850, in 
               Whitley Co., KY, HH # 83. He married, first, Hannah Gilreath, 18
               Jan 1836, in Whitley Co., KY. He married, second, Margaret 
               (Peggy) Sego, circa 1846, in KY/TN.

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           v.  Lucinda Shepard. Born, circa 1813, in KY. Census: 1850, in 
               Whitley Co., KY, HH # 31. Occupation: housewife. She married
               James H. Stephens, after 1850, in KY/TN.
          vi.  Ruth Shepard. Born, circa 1819, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley 
               Co., KY, HH # 128. Occupation: housewife. She married Calvin 
               Jeff Moore, 9 Apr 1834, in Whitley Co., KY.
         vii.  John Shepard. Born, circa 1820, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley 
               Co., KY, HH # 85. Occupation: farmer. He married Martha Kidd, 20
               Jun 1841, in Whitley Co., KY.
        viii.  Ann Shepard. Born, circa 1822 (?), in KY. Occupation: housewife.
               She married Floyd Kidd.
          ix.  Levi Shepard. Born, circa 1827, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley 
               Co., KY, HH # 64. He married, first, Ann Nancy Perkins, circa
               1846 (?), in KY/TN. Divorce, after 1850. He married, second, an 
               anonymous woman, after 1850.
           x.  Nancy Shepard. Born, 22 Sep 1831, in KY. Died, 16 Mar 1898, in 
               Whitley Co., KY. Burial in L. Calvery Hill, Cem. Census: 1850,
               in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 31. Occupation: housewife. She married
               Calvin Stephens, after 1850, in KY/TN.

11. Jemimah[4] Smith (A11). Born, circa 1782, in NC. Died, after 1876, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico, Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 31. Occupation: housewife.

She married Nimrod Shepard (10) (A10).

12. William Ballentine[4] Creekmore (Robert, 18) (A12). Born, 6 Dec 1797, in Nash Co., NC. Died, 17 Feb 1890, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Jellico Creek, Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: official.

He served as a Justice of the Peace for Whitley Co., KY at various times.

He married Susan Porch (13) (A13), 14 Mar 1820. Children:

   6       i.  Francis Marion[3] Creekmore.
          ii.  Mary (Polly) Creekmore. Born, 23 Aug 1823, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Died, 14 Oct 1912, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Jellico Creek, 
               Whitley Co., KY. She married Jeremiah Meadors, 10 Mar 1839, in 
               Campbell Co, TN.
         iii.  Mahala Quincy Creekmore. Born, 20 Jun 1826, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Died, 1889, in Whitley Co., KY. She married John Davis, 25 Jan
               1846, in Whitley Co., KY.
          iv.  Martha (Patty) Creekmore. Born, May 1828, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Died, 18 May 1911, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Jellico Creek, 
               Whitley Co., KY. She married Isaiah Wilson Davis, after 1850, in
               TN/KY.
           v.  Cyrene (Irene) Creekmore. Born, 12 Dec 1830, in Whitley Co., KY.
               Died, 19 Sep 1918, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Jellico Creek, 
               Whitley Co., KY. She married William Cornelius, after 1850, in 

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               TN/KY.
          vi.  Elizabeth Rebecca Creekmore. Born, 2 Feb 1834, in Whitley Co., 
               KY. Died, 19 May 1914, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Jellico 
               Creek, Whitley Co., KY. She married Gabriel Ballinger Stephens,
               12 Mar 1857, in Whitley Co., KY.

13. Susan[4] Porch (Henry, 20) (A13). Born, 2 Feb 1795, in Franklin Co., NC. Died, 23 Aug 1868, in Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: housewife.

She married William Ballentine Creekmore (12) (A12).

14. William[4] Campbell (James, 22) (A14). Born, 1796, in TN/VA. Died, circa 1851, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico, Whitley Co., KY. Prob of Est: 17 Mar 1851, in Whitley Co., KY, Will Book 2, p 171. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 92. Occupation: farmer.

      WILL of WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Whitley Co., KY, Will book 2, p. 171, made 18
June 1850, proved 17 March 1851.
      In the Name of God, Amen. I William Campbell of the County of Whitley in
the State of Kentucky being weak in body but of common exercise of mind &
calling to mind the uncertainty of this life & the certainty of death & wishing
to dispose of such things as it pleased God to Bless me with, First of all I
give my Soal to God who gave it & my body to be Buryed in Christian like
manner.
      Secondly I wish all my just debts & funeral expenses if any be paid out
of my goods and chattles.
      Thirdly I leave my ----- all my personal property together with my house
hold kitchen furniture to my beloved wife Elizabeth Campbell during her natural
life or widow hood. Then I want my land equally divided between my two sons
Jarvis & William Campbell.
      Should my daughter Ninny live to ever be married I wish her to have in
property in proportion to the other girls.
      Then should my beloved wife find herself able to spare any of the
property belonging to place she is at liberty to ---- -- ------ the children as
seams good in her sight.
      All my goods & chattles house hold & cicken furniture of every
description at the death of my beloved wife I wish equally divided amongst all
my children.
      I have by appoint James Cr------ the Exector of this my last will &
testament hereby revoking any other will or wills heretofore made. In witness
whereof I have here unto set my Name this 18th of June 1850. WILLIAM CAMPBELL.
      Witness: John Ross; James Meadors. Proved 17 March 1851.

He married Elizabeth S. unknown (15) (A15), 1817 (?). Children:

           i.  Eliza[3] Campbell. Born, 18 Aug 1818, in KY. Died, 30 Jun 1868.
               Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 283. Occupation:
               housewife. She married James Crescillis, 23 Jul 1835, in Whitley
               Co., KY.
          ii.  Mary (Polly) Campbell. Born, 12 Sep 1820, in KY. Died, 28 Apr

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               1897, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Zion Hill Cem. Occupation:
               housewife. She married Caswell Creekmore.
   7     iii.  Nancy Campbell.
          iv.  Hannah Anna Campbell. Born, 2 Feb 1827, in KY. Died, 31 Oct
               1871, in KY. Occupation: housewife. She married Josiah Smith, 15
               Jun 1848, in Whitley Co., KY.
           v.  Ann Campbell. Born, circa 1829, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley 
               Co., KY, HH # 92.
          vi.  Jane Campbell. Born, circa 1831, in KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley
               Co., KY, HH # 92. Occupation: housewife. She married W. R. 
               Chitwood, 6 Jun 1850, in Whitley Co., KY.
         vii.  Jemima Campbell. Born, 8 Dec 1834, in KY. Died, 23 Sep 1857, in 
               Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Jellico Crk Cem., Whitley Co., KY.
               Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 92. Occupation:
               housewife. She married Att Wood, 11 Feb 1855, in Whitley Co., 
               KY.
        viii.  Jarvis Jonas Campbell. Born, 15 Jul 1838, in KY. Died, 23 Apr
               1908. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 92. He married
               Polly Crescillis, 4 Mar 1858, in Whitley Co., KY.
          ix.  William Campbell. Born, circa 1840, in KY. Census: 1850, in 
               Whitley Co., KY, HH # 92. He married Permelia Creekmore, 10 May
               1863, in Whitley Co., KY.

15. Elizabeth S.[4] unknown (A15). Born, circa 1801, in NC. Died, circa 1859, in Whitley Co., KY[7]. Extra 1: 26 Nov 1859, in Whitley Co., KY, Will Book 2, pp 295-296. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 92. Occupation: housewife.

She married William Campbell (14) (A14).

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16. Timothy[5] Perkins (Joseph, 24) (A16). Born in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, during or after 1782. Baptism: 27 June 1736, in New Haven, New haven Co., CT (New Haven First Cong. Church Records, 1:38). Occupation: farmer-loyalist.

In 1784, George Morris was appointed Guardian to Gebas Perkins, (Wilkes Co., NC Will Bk 1, p. 123) this would indicate that Timothy Perkins was dead. Dow Perkins wrote that Timothy lived into the 1830's in Grayson Co., Virginia and that he married (2) Ann Sturgill and had one daughter, Lydia. At this time, this writer knows of no documentation that supports that statement.

Timothy and his brother, Joseph, may have been privates in Capt. Benjamin Perkins' Company of Col. John Phillips' Regiment, Jackson's Creek Militia, Camden District SC. This unit served under Lord Rawdon during June and July, 1781. They may have served under Capt. Joseph McDaniel in Capt. Thomas Pearson's Regiment, Little River Militia, Ninety Six Brigade, for 34 days, sometime between 6 May and 5 August, 1782 (Murtie June Clark, LOYALISTS IN THE SOUTHERN CAMPAIGN OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, vol.1, pp. 164,168,313).

He married Mariam/Miriam Sperry (17) (A17), 1765 (?). Children:

           i.  Jared[4] Perkins. Born, 28 Jan 1766, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 30 Jan 1851, in Grayson Co., VA. He married Phebe
               Russell.
   8      ii.  Jabez Perkins.
         iii.  Lutheral Perkins. Born in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
          iv.  Aarod Perkins. Born, circa 1769, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Resided, 1827, in Grayson Co., VA. He married Mary Polly 
               Pennington.
           v.  Timothy Perkins. Born, 25 Jun 1771, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, 8 Mar 1851, in Helton Creek, Ashe Co., NC. He married
               Tabitha Anderson, 15 May 1795.
          vi.  Levi Perkins. Born, circa 1772, in Ashe Co., NC. He married
               Minnie Hale ?.
         vii.  Gordon Perkins. Born, 15 Nov 1773, in Ashe Co., NC. Died, circa
               1850, in Grayson Co., VA. He married Joannah Stamper, 1801.
        viii.  Stephen Perkins. Born, 1774, in Wilkes Co., NC, or Grayson Co., 

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               VA. Died, Aug 1844, in Grayson Co., VA. He married Ruth 
               Hitchcock, dau of Joshua Hitchcock of MD/NC/KY.
          ix.  Lucy Perkins. Born, 2 Feb 1776, in Wilkes Co., NC, or Grayson 
               Co., VA. Died, 28 Nov 1848, in Grayson Co., VA. Occupation:
               housewife. She married Joseph Young, 20 Oct 1796.
           x.  William Perkins.  Born 1770-83, died in Johnson Co., MO, married
               Margaret Hitchcock, sister of Ruth Hitchcock.
               There is some question as to the birthdate of William Perkins. 
               The 1840 US Census of Johnson Co., MO, indicates his birth year as 
               between 1770 and 1780. A family bible record page has 1783.

17. Mariam/Miriam[5] Sperry (Abel, 26) (A17). Born, 19 Feb 1741/2, in Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT. Died, circa 1783-4 (?), in Old Fields, Ashe Co., NC, or Grayson Co., VA. Occupation: housewife.

She married Timothy Perkins (16) (A16).

18. Robert[5] Creekmore (David, 28) (A24). Born, after 1740, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died, circa 1824, in Whitley Co., KY. Prob of Est: 17 Jul 1824, in Whitley Co., KY, Will Book 1, p. 10. Occupation: farmer-J.P.

      WILL of ROBERT CREEKMORE, Whitley Co., Kentucky, Will Bk 1, p. 10, Proved
August 1824, Made 4 July 1824.
      By the Will of God, Amen. I Robart Creekmore being sick but of sound mind
and disposing memory.
      I will that my beloved Wife Elizabeth Creekmore hold and keep the
possession of my goods and chattles lands and tenements during her lifetime and
on her death, I will my land one hundred and fifty acres to my two younger
sons, Elisha Creekmore and Henry R. Creekmore to be divided equal between them
and Elisha to have the upper part up the Creek and Henry the low part of my
land.
      Also, I will at the death of my beloved wife that all the property, both
in the lands and also ----- be Equal divided between the rest of my children
namely David Creekmore; Batchilor Creekmore; Elizabeth; Franky; Robart; Mary;
----; and William John.
      Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of Josiah Smith; Robert
(mark) Creekmore; William T. Meadows; and John Jones.
      Recorded, August term 1824.

The Inventory of his estate was to be recorded on pages 15 & 16, but it is not there. However, there is a Sale Bill of the residue of the estate of Robt. Creekmore, Decd. after the death of Elizabeth Creekmore in Whitley Co. KY, Will Bk 1, pp. 29-30, dated -- Nov. 1829.

He married Elizabeth Batchelor (19) (A25), 1785, in Norfolk Co., VA. Children:

           i.  David[4] Creekmore. Born, circa 1774, in St. Brides Par., 
               Norfolk Co., VA.
          ii.  Ballantine Batchelor Creekmore. Born, after 1774, in St. Brides 
               Par., Norfolk Co., VA. He married Mary Brown, 7 Sep 1807, in 
               Norfolk Co., VA.
         iii.  Frances Creekmore. Born, after 1774, in St. Brides Par., Norfolk
               Co., VA. She married William M. Smith, circa 1800.
          iv.  Robert Warren Creekmore. Born, after 1774, in St. Brides Par., 
               Norfolk Co., VA. He married, first, Nancy McGowan in VA/NC/KY.
               He married, second, Eliza McKelvey in VA/NC/KY.

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           v.  Mary Bachelor Creekmore. Born, after 1774, in St. Brides Par., 
               Norfolk Co., VA. She married Ezekial Abbot Porch, circa 1810, in
               VA/NC/KY.
          vi.  John P. Creekmore. Born, after 1774, in St. Brides Par., Norfolk
               Co., VA. He married Harriet Clements in VA/NC/KY.
         vii.  Elisha Creekmore. Born, after 1774, in St. Brides Par., Norfolk 
               Co., VA. He married Margaret Gilreath in NC/KY.
        viii.  Elizabeth Creekmore. Born, 13 Jan 1785, in St. Brides Par., 
               Norfolk Co., VA. Died, 26 Feb 1867, in Whitley Co., KY. She 
               married William Porch, circa 1810.
          ix.  Celetor Creekmore. Born, circa 1794, in Nash Co., NC. Died,
               after 1850, in Whitley Co., KY. She married Simon Jones in 
               VA/NC/KY.
  12       x.  William Ballentine Creekmore.
          xi.  Henry Newton Creekmore. Born, circa 1810, in NC. He married Ann 
               unknown in KY.

19. Elizabeth[5] Batchelor (Stephen, 30) (A25). Born, 1761, in VA. Died, circa 1829, in Whitley Co., KY. Prob of Est: Nov 1829, in Whitley Co., KY, Will Bk 1, pp. 29-30, Sale Bill. Occupation: housewife.

She married Robert Creekmore (18) (A24).

20. Henry[5] Porch (A26). Born, 1758, in Abington, Gloucester Co., VA. Died, 3 Apr 1849, in Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: farmer-soldier.

He was a Revolutionary War soldier in NC.

He married Rebecca P. Denton (21) (A27), 12 Dec 1786, in Franklin Co., NC. Children:

           i.  Ezekial Abbot[4] Porch. Born, 2 Jul 1788, in NC. He married Mary
               Bachelor Creekmore, circa 1810, in VA/NC/KY.
          ii.  William Porch. Born, 29 Mar 1791, in NC. Died, 8 Dec 1847, in 
               KY. He married Elizabeth Creekmore, circa 1810.
  13     iii.  Susan Porch.

21. Rebecca P.[5] Denton (A27). Born, 1750, in Franklin Co., NC. Died, 18 Feb 1866, in Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: housewife.

She married Henry Porch (20) (A26).

22. James[5] Campbell (A28). Born, 1763, in NC. Died, circa 1829, in Whitley Co., KY. Prob of Est: 5 Jun 1831, in Whitley Co., KY, Will Book 1, pp 37-38. Occupation: farmer.

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      WILL OF JAMES CAMPBELL, Whitley Co., KY, Will Book 1, pp. 37-38, will
made 10 April 1829, proved 1831.
      I, James Campbell, of the State and County, aforesaid, being sick but of
sound mind and disposing memory, and wishing to dispose of my Worldly Estate,
I, this day my Will is this, that my son William Campbell shall have thirty
acres of my land beginning at my upper course where my land and Maj. -----
Williams land Course on one tree there ----- Williams line to the other Corner
so as to include the thirty acres as wide at one end as it is at the other end.
      Also, I will that the balance of my land shall be equally divided between
Jeremiah Campbell and Jasper Campbell both of them, my Sons.
      But, yet my beloved Wife is to hold posession of my house and other
buildings and as much of the farm as will support her decently during her life,
and at her death, the house and Other buildings is to fall unto my son Jaspers
part of the land.
      And this I will, that my beloved wife shall have my household furniture
and my sorrel mare and her saddle & bridle and a choice Cow and as my hogs as
she will.
      Also I ------------------------ Jasper -------------------- of him which
is to be paid out of the balance of my estate.
      Also at the sale of my Negro woman, Ann by name, My Wife is to have Sixty
dollars of that.
      Also Wm C. Campbell, son of Elizabeth Creekmore, My will is that if he
continues with his Grandmother till he is of age, for him to have his Cow so
called and his bed and furniture.
      Also I will that my son James Campbell shall have fifteen dollars money
that he owes me by account.
      Also I will that the balance of my estate shall be equally divided
between my Son Alexander Campbell and my daughter Jane Meadors and Elizabeth
Creekmore my daughter.
      And now I acknowledge this instrument to be my Will and Testament in the
presence of James Campbell.
      Signed, sealed and delivered April the Tenth day in the year of Our Lord
AD one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine.
      Attest: Josiah Smith; Brooks Smith.
      Proved, 5 June 1831.

He married Anna Harrison/Osborn (23) (A29), circa 1790 (?). Children:

           i.  Alexander[4] Campbell. Born, circa 1790 (?), in NC/TN/KY. He 
               married Elizabeth Wilson, 3 Sep 1812, in Knox Co., KY.
  14      ii.  William Campbell.
         iii.  Jane Campbell. Born, circa 1797, in TN. Died, after 1850, in 
               Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 25.
               Occupation: housewife. She married Reuben Meadors, circa 1820,
               in KY/TN.
          iv.  Elizabeth Campbell. Born, 6 Dec 1802, in TN, died 17 Nov 
               1858/59, Whitley Co., KY. Occupation: housewife. She married 
               Charles Grey Creekmore.
           v.  Jasper Newton Campbell. Born, 10 Jan 1809, in Knox Co., KY.
               Died, 17 Sep 1881, in KY. Burial in Old Jellicoe Cem. Census:
               1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 95. Occupation: farmer. He 
               married Dinah Green Creekmore, 17 Nov 1825, in Whitley Co., KY.
          vi.  Jeremiah Campbell. Born in NC/TN/KY. Died, after 1860, in 
               Daviess Co., MO. He married Milly Wilson, 29 Jan 1820, in 
               Whitley Co., KY.

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23. Anna[5] Harrison/Osborn (A29). Born, 1764, in PA. Died, 30 Apr 1852, in Whitley Co., KY. Burial in Old Jellico, Whitley Co., KY. Census: 1850, in Whitley Co., KY, HH # 96 & 570. Occupation: housewife.

She married James Campbell (22) (A28).

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24. Joseph[6] Perkins (Stephen, 32) (A32). Born, 18 Sep 1701, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, 1776 (?), in Wilkes Co., NC. Occupation: farmer.

He married Phebe Moulthrop (25) (A33), 23 Feb 1728/9, in First Cong Ch, New Haven Co., CT. Children:

  16       i.  Timothy[5] Perkins.
          ii.  Phebe Perkins. Born, 17 Feb 1730/1, in New Haven, CT. Died,
               after 1783, in Wilkes Co., NC?. She married, first, Joseph 
               Woodin/g, 10 Jan 1754, in New Haven, CT. She married, second,
               Samuel Custis, after 1755 (?), in CT?. She married, third,
               unknown Russell, after 1756 (?), in CT?.
         iii.  Joseph Perkins. Born, 23 Sep 1733, in New Haven, CT. Died,
               before 1738, in New Haven, CT.
          iv.  Joseph Perkins. Born, 7 Jan 1737/8, in New Haven, CT. Died,
               1832, in Ashe Co., NC?. He married Lois Sperry, after 1776, in 
               NC.
           v.  Lydia? Perkins. Born, 1741, in New Haven, CT. Baptism: 12 Jul
               1741, in New Haven, CT.
          vi.  Abial Perkins. Born, 1746, in New Haven, CT. Baptism: 1 Jun
               1746, in New Haven, CT. She married Mark Porter, after 1766 (?),
               in CT/NC.
         vii.  Trypheni Perkins. Born, 1748, in New Haven, CT. Baptism: 6 Nov
               1748, in New Haven, CT.
        viii.  Amy Perkins. Born, 1752, in New Haven, CT. Baptism: 22 Oct 1752,
               in New Haven, CT. She married Abel Scott, 30 Jan 1776, in New 
               Haven, CT.
          ix.  Miriam Perkins. Born, after 1752, in New Haven, CT. She married
               unknown Couch, after 1775 (?), in New Haven, CT?.
           x.  Charity? Perkins. Born, after 1752, in New Haven, CT. She 
               married unknown Screech, after 1775, in CT?.

25. Phebe[6] Moulthrop (Samuel, 34) (A33). Born, 15 Oct 1711, in CT. Died, 1776 (?), in Wilkes Co., NC. Occupation: housewife.

She married Joseph Perkins (24) (A32).

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26. Abel[6] Sperry (Daniel, 36) (A34). Born, 15 Nov 1700, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, 24 Mar 1776, in Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT. Prob of Est: 1776, in New Haven, CT, Will Book 12, pp. 108-109. Occupation: farmer.

      WILL of ABEL SPERRY, of Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT, made 29 Jan 1776.
      In the Name of God Amen This 29th day of Jany AD 1776 -- I Abel Sperry of
Wallingford in the County of Newhaven being weak of body but of sound mind &
memory, thanks be given to God for the same but calling to mind my own
mortality and being apprehensive that my departure is near at hand by reason of
my Advanced Age & my sd weakness of body & knowing it is appointed for man once
to die, I do make this my last Will & Testamt, in the manner following,
      first all I do humbly recommend my Soul unto God who gave it hoping in
his mercy thro the merits of Jesus Christ his dear and only Son both for pardon
& accptance and my body I commit to the ground in Christian Burial at the
discretion of my Ex'rs hereafter named nothing doubting but I shall receive the
same again by the mighty power of God and as I humbly hope for a glorious
bodyly resurrection
      And touching my worldly Substance which I have been blessed with, after
my just funeral expences and all other my just debts are paid I dispose of in
manner & form as follows --
      first I give unto my true & loving Wife Rhoda Sperry so long as she
remains my Widow the whole of my dwelling house and half of my barn and one Cow
and one third part of all the rest of my estate both land and moveables.
      Whereas my Eldest Son & my Second Son and my two Eldest Daughters have
already rec'd out of their portion I omit them for the present & come to my
Third Son namely to my Son Abel Sperry and do give unto him the Sum of ten
pounds out of Some part of my Estate at the appraisal of it
      And wher as my Second namely Wm Sperry and two of my Daughters Namely
Merriam Perkins the wife of Timothy Perkins & namely Lois Sperry has made a
remove to North Carolina contrary to my desire I do give unto each of them if
ever they return the sum of five shillings.
      And I do give unto the heirs of my Eldest daughter who was the Wife of
David Bradley of North Haven who is dec'd the sum of five shillings to be
divided amongst them
      And I do give unto my Daughter Mary the first born of my twins the Sum of
two pounds out of my Estate at the Appraisement --
      And I do give unto my Daughter Thankfull the second born twin who is the
wife of Solomon Sanford of Litchfield the sum of two pounds to be taken at the
appraisal --
      And I do give unto my youngest Daughter Cloe Sperry one pied heiffer
going two years old at the above date & three sheep & two pounds more out of my
Estate to be taken at the appraisal --
      And all the remaining part of my Estate to be equally divided between my
Eldest Son Joseph Sperry and Youngest Son namely Abel Sperry --
      And I do appoint My Wife & my Youngest Son as Exrs to this my last Will &
Testament And in confirmation hereof I do hereunto sett my hand & seal this
29th day of Jan.y AD 1776, & in the 16th year of the reign of our Sovereign
King George the Third
      Abel Sperry
      In presence of Ambrose Hine, Nathan Ford, Simon Barnes.

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The inventory of the estate of Abel Sperry was returned 13 May 1776 at L147 9 1. The division of the Estate was done in 1778.

He married, first, Miriam Hotchkiss (27) (A35), 4 Jun 1730, in Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT. Children:

           i.  Sarah[5] Sperry. Born, 21 Mar 1730/1, in Wallingford, New Haven 
               Co., CT.
          ii.  Elizabeth Sperry. Born, 24 Jun 1732, in Wallingford, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 17 Oct 1766. Occupation: housewife. She married
               David Bradley, 27 May 1756.
         iii.  William Sperry. Born, 13 Feb 1734/5, in Wallingford, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 30 Jul 1738, in Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT.
          iv.  Joseph Sperry. Born, 29 Apr 1737, in Wallingford, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, 10 Oct 1801. He married Anna Huniston, 11 Nov 1761.
           v.  William Sperry. Born, 21 Jan 1739/0, in Wallingford, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, circa 1784, in Wilkes Co., NC[8].
  17      vi.  Mariam Sperry.
         vii.  Abel Sperry. Born, 25 Jul 1745, in Wallingford, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 1776, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. He married
               Miliscent Warner, 10 Feb 1773.
        viii.  Mary Sperry. Born, 28 Jun 1752, in Wallingford, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 3 Dec 1783.
          ix.  Thankful Sperry. Born, 28 Jun 1752, in Wallingford, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, after 1776. Occupation: housewife. She married
               Solomon Sanford, Dec 1774.
           x.  Chloe Sperry. Born in Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT. Died,
               after 1776.

He married, second, Rhoda, before 1776, in CT. Died, after 1776, in CT[9]. Occupation: housewife.

27. Miriam[6] Hotchkiss (Capt. John, 38) (A35). Born, 20 Feb 1711/2, in Cheshire, New Haven Co., CT. Died, before 1776, in CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married Abel Sperry (26) (A34).

28. David[6] Creekmore (Edmund, 40) (A48). Born, after 1690, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died, before 1788, in Norfolk Co., VA. Prob of Est: 1788, in Norfolk Co., VA, Order Book, 1788-90, p. 16. Occupation: farmer.

He married Frances Ballentine (29) (A49), 1740 (?), in VA. Children:

  18       i.  Robert[5] Creekmore.
          ii.  David Creekmore. Born, after 1740, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died,
               circa 1791, in Norfolk Co., VA. Prob of Est: 1791, in Norfolk 
               Co., VA, Audit Book 2, 1788-99, p. 67. He married Elizabeth 
               unknown, before 1765, in Norfolk Co., VA.

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         iii.  Charles Creekmore. Born, after 1740, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died,
               before 1820, in Norfolk Co., VA. Prob of Est: 13 Mar 1819, in 
               Norfolk Co., VA. He married Wife unknown in Norfolk Co., VA.
          iv.  Ballantine Creekmore. Born, after 1740, in Norfolk Co., VA.
               Died, before 1830, in Whitley Co., KY. He married Barsheba 
               Bachelor, circa 1773, in Norfolk Co., VA.

29. Frances[6] Ballentine (John, 42) (A49). Born, 1720 (?), in VA. Occupation: housewife.

She married David Creekmore (28) (A48).

30. Stephen[6] Batchelor[10] (A50). Born, circa 1740 (?), in Norfolk Co., VA?. Died, circa 1806, in Nash Co., NC. Prob of Est: Feb 1806, in Nash Co., NC, Will Book 1, p. 16 (165). Occupation: farmer.

This family is almost certainly from Norfolk Co., VA, as are the Pridgen, Creekmore and Wright families. In 1782, John Batchelor of Norfolk Co, VA, named William Batchelor of Edgecombe Co., NC, as one of his Executors (Norfolk Co., VA, Will Bk II, ff. 164-165). Nash Co., was formed in 1777 from Edgecombe Co.

At this time, the parentage of Stephen and Margaret ------ Batchelor are unknown.

      WILL of STEPHEN BATCHELOR, Nash Co., North Carolina, Will Bk 1, p. 16,
Proved February 1806, made 26 Feb 1796.
      In the name of God Amen. I Stephen Batchelor of Nash County and State of
North Carolina being in perfect health and sound memory thanks be to God
therefore calling to mind that it is appointed for all men once to die do make
and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following to wit
..... (can not read)
      Item. I lend to my loving wife Marget Batchelor the use of the land and
plantation where I now live and all remainder of my estate to her during her
life and widowhood . . .
      Item. I give and bequeath to my loving son Daniel Batchelor all my land
and plantation that I possess containing one hundred and forty acres same more
or less to him and his heirs forever after my wife's death to him and his heirs
forever.
      Then my will is that all my probatable estate be divided between, to wit:
William Batchelor, Stephen Batchelor, Samuel Batchelor, Solomon Batchelor, Mary
Pridgen, Joseph Batchelor, Margaret Ward, Elizabeth Creekmore, Sarah Pridgen,
Barasheba Creekmore and Nanny Creekmore to them and their heirs forever after
the death or marriage of my wife.
      Then I do hereby remorate and appoint my loving wife Marget Batchelor and
my loving son Daniel Batchelor Executors of this my last will and testament and
revoking all other wills heretofore made and ordained and I do publish and
pronounce this my last will and testament signed published and pronounced this
26th day of February 1796 in the presence of:
      (S) Stephen Batchelor
      Witnesses: David Pridgen, Elijah Pridgen, Mary Pridgen (mark).

He married Margaret unknown (31) (A51), 1760 (?), in VA. Children:

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  19       i.  Elizabeth[5] Batchelor.
          ii.  Barsheba Bachelor. Born in VA/NC. Died, before 1840, in Whitley 
               Co., KY. Occupation: housewife. She married Ballantine 
               Creekmore, circa 1773, in Norfolk Co., VA.
         iii.  Daniel Batchelor. Died, after 1810, in NC?[11].
          iv.  William Batchelor. Died, after 1796, in NC?.
           v.  Stephen Batchelor. Died, circa 1837, in Nash Co., NC[12].
          vi.  Samuel Batchelor. Died, after 1796, in NC?.
         vii.  Solomon Batchelor. Died, after 1796, in NC?.
        viii.  Mary Batchelor. Died, after 1796, in NC. Occupation: housewife.
               She married unknown Pridgen, before 1796, in VA/NC.
          ix.  Joseph Batchelor. Died, after 1796, in NC?.
           x.  Margaret Batchelor. Died, after 1796, in NC. Occupation:
               housewife. She married unknown Ward, before 1796, in VA/NC.
          xi.  Sarah Batchelor. Died, after 1796, in NC. Occupation: housewife.
               She married unknown Pridgen, before 1796, in VA/NC.
         xii.  Nancy Batchelor. Died, after 1796, in NC. Occupation: housewife.
               She married Timothy Creekmore, before 1796, in VA/NC.

31. Margaret[6] unknown[13] (A51). Died, after 1796, in Nash Co., NC. Occupation: housewife.

She married Stephen Batchelor (30) (A50).

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32. Stephen[7] Perkins (John, 44) (A64). Born, 7 Apr 1680, in New Haven Co., CT. Died, 1755 (?), in New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He married Elizabeth Ford (33) (A65), 27 Aug 1700, in First Cong Ch, New Haven Co., CT. Children:

  24       i.  Joseph[6] Perkins.
          ii.  Elizabeth Perkins. Born, 10 Nov 1703, in New Haven, CT. She 
               married James Bishop, 27 Feb 1728/9, in New Haven, CT.
         iii.  Lydia Perkins. Born, 24 Nov 1705, in New Haven, CT. She married
               William Wilmot, 23 Dec 1725, in New Haven, CT.
          iv.  Thankful Perkins. Born, 17 Apr 1708, in New Haven, CT. Died, 24
               Dec 1788, in New Haven, CT.
           v.  Sybil Perkins. Born, 1710, in New Haven, CT.
          vi.  Mary Perkins. Born, 31 Mar 1712, in New Haven, CT. Died, after
               1736, in New Haven, CT. She married Daniel Ford, 13 May 1736, in
               New Haven, CT.
         vii.  Stephen Perkins. Born, 14 Jun 1716, in New Haven, CT. Died,
               before 1720, in New Haven, CT.
        viii.  Anna Perkins. Born, after 1716, in New Haven, CT. She married
               Thomas Berry, 3 Jun 1752, in New Haven, CT.
          ix.  Tabitha Perkins. Born, after 1716, in New Haven, CT. She married
               Eldad Curtis, after 1736 (?), in New Haven, CT.
           x.  Timothy Perkins. Born, after 1716, in New Haven, CT.

33. Elizabeth[7] Ford (Samuel, 46) (A65). Born, 19 Feb 1678/9, in CT. Died, 1730 (?), in CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married Stephen Perkins (32) (A64).

34. Samuel[7] Moulthrop (Matthew, 48) (A66). Born, 13 Apr 1679, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, 30 Jan 1711/2, in East Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He married Sarah Barnes (35) (A67), 1703, in CT. Children:

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           i.  Sarah[6] Moulthrop. Born, 24 Feb 1703/4, in New Haven, New Haven
               Co., CT. She married Job Smith.
          ii.  Lydia Moulthrop. Born, 5 May 1707, in East Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, 1760, in CT. Occupation: housewife. She married,
               first, Eliakim Robinson. She married, second, Roger Tyler.
         iii.  Hannah Moulthrop. Born, 10 Apr 1709, in East Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Occupation: housewife. She married Noadiah Carrington.
  25      iv.  Phebe Moulthrop.

35. Sarah[7] Barnes (Thomas, 50) (A67). Born, 1689, in CT. Died in CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married Samuel Moulthrop (34) (A66).

36. Daniel[7] Sperry (Richard, 52) (A68). Born, 1665, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, 24 Apr 1750, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He married Deborah Peck (37) (A69), 3 Apr 1694, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Children:

           i.  Deborah[6] Sperry. Born, 10 Jan 1694/5, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 8 Nov 1767, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Occupation: housewife. She married Samuel Wooding, 20 Mar
               1721/2.
          ii.  Ann Sperry. Born, 3 Sep 1696, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Died, before 1769. Occupation: housewife. She married, first,
               John Wolcott, 18 Dec 1722. She married, second, Samuel Bradley.
         iii.  Daniel Sperry. Born, 10 Aug 1698, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 16 Nov 1768. He married, first, Abigail Ives, 5 Feb
               1723/4. He married, second, Abigail Clark Bronson, 10 Dec 1765.
  26      iv.  Abel Sperry.
           v.  William Sperry. Born, 23 Sep 1702, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT.
          vi.  Esther Sperry. Born, circa 1704, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 21 May 1760, in North Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Occupation: housewife. She married Theophilus Goodyear, 16 Dec
               1725.
         vii.  Elizabeth Sperry. Born, circa 1707, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, 27 Sep 1774, in Waterbury, CT. Occupation: housewife.
               She married Samuel Peck, 26 Jan 1731/2.
        viii.  Joseph Sperry. Born, 30 Dec 1709, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, Jan 1788. He married, first, Anna Wilmot, 18 Feb
               1730/1. He married, second, Sarah Turner, 12 Dec 1753.

37. Deborah[7] Peck (Joseph, 54) (A69). Born, 31 Jul 1672, in Lyme, New London Co., CT. Died, 16 Dec 1711, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

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She married Daniel Sperry (36) (A68).

38. Capt. John[7] Hotchkiss (John, 56) (A70). Born, 11 Oct 1673, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, 17 Apr 1732, in Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: soldier.

He married Mary Chatterton (39) (A71), 1692 (?), in CT. Children:

           i.  Capt. John[6] Hotchkiss. Born, 27 Jun 1694, in New Haven, New 
               Haven Co., CT. Died, 3 Feb 1777, in Cheshire, CT. Occupation:
               soldier. He married Miriam Wood, 10 Mar 1718/9.
          ii.  Lydia Hotchkiss. Born, 31 Aug 1697, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, 9 Nov 1737, in Cheshire, CT. Occupation: housewife.
               She married Stephen Clark, 12 Sep 1716.
         iii.  Mary Hotchkiss. Born, 1 Apr 1701, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 13 Nov 1787, in Cheshire, CT. Occupation: housewife.
               She married Joshua Hotchkiss, 2 Feb 1731/2.
          iv.  Capt. Amos Hotchkiss. Born, 27 Jun 1704, in New Haven, New Haven
               Co., CT. Died, 17 Jan 1773, in Cheshire, CT. Occupation:
               soldier. He married, first, Elizabeth Matthews, 25 Feb 1730/1.
               He married, second, Obedience Munson.
           v.  James Hotchkiss. Born, 24 Nov 1706, in West Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 6 Mar 1781, in Cheshire, CT. He married Tamar 
               Munson, 23 Jul 1728.
          vi.  Robert Hotchkiss. Born, 12 May 1709, in West Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 23 Apr 1732, in West Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
  27     vii.  Miriam Hotchkiss.
        viii.  Capt. Henry Hotchkiss. Born, 1 Apr 1715, in West Haven, New 
               Haven Co., CT. Died, 9 Jun 1799, in Cheshire, CT. Occupation:
               soldier. He married, first, Sarah Benham, 23 Nov 1736. He 
               married, second, Lydia Morgan Ives.
          ix.  Benjamin Hotchkiss. Born, 10 May 1718, in West Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, Aug 1718, in West Haven, New Haven Co., CT.

39. Mary[7] Chatterton (William, 58) (A71). Born, 29 Nov 1673, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, 26 Jul 1741, in Wallingford, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married Capt. John Hotchkiss (38) (A70).

40. Edmund[7] Creekmore (Edmund, 60) (A96). Born, after 1660 (?), in Norfolk Co., VA. Died, 1 Aug 1737 (?), in Norfolk Co., VA. Prob of Est: 18 Aug 1737, in Norfolk Co., VA, Wills & Deeds 1, p. 31. Occupation: shipwright.

      WILL of EDMUND CREEKMUR, Norfolk Co., Virginia, Wills & Deeds Bk. 1, pp.
30-31, Proved 18 August 1737. Abstract from McIntosh, Brief Abstracts of
Norfolk Co. Wills, 1711-1750, p. 246.
      . to my Son Edmund Creekmur & Job Creekmur my mannor Plantation $ all ye
Land on ys Side of Mudey Branch to be equally divided between them . . . but if

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either of my Sons Edward or Job should die without lawfull Issue then & Such
Case ye Survivor to enjoy his halfe ye premisie aforsd . . .
      . to my two Sons Edmund Creekmur & David Creekmur all my Land belonging
to Muddy Brabch & So to the River Swamp to be equally divided betwixt them . .
. but if in case either of them two should dye without lawful T---- then & in
Such ye Survivor is to enjoy his part of ye sd Land . . .
      . to my Son Solomon Creekmur twenty Acres of Land joining to him which sd
I bought of Frances Lowery . . . but if he should dye without heirs begotten of
his body for it to fall to my Son Edward Creekmur & Job Creekmur & if they or
either of them should dye without heirs for it to fall to ye Survivor is to
enjoy part of ye sd Land . . .
      . unto my Daughter Sarah Creekmur all ye feithers that she can raise of
ye fowls till gets enough for her a bed . . .
      . to my Daughter Elizabeth W----- & Rachel Smith each of them a ---- bed
----------. . .
      . Daughter Sarah my wifes wearing Clothes . . .
      . Co-lly & Levi Creekmur to my Grandson Benjamin Co-lley ----- years of
age & to my Grandson Levi Creekmur a ewe & Lamb ------ . . .
      . I do nominate my loving Sons E------------. . .
      (Signature has been torn out as has much of the rest of the will.)
      Witnesses: Willm Hodges, James Wilkins, John Creekmur.

He married Elizabeth unknown (41) (A97), before 1710, in Norfolk Co., VA. Children:

  28       i.  David[6] Creekmore.
          ii.  Edward Creekmore. Born in Norfolk Co., VA. Died, before 1751, in
               Norfolk Co., VA. He married Wife unknown, before 1750, in 
               Norfolk Co., VA.
         iii.  Edmond Creekmore. Born, after 1690, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died,
               circa 1772, in Norfolk Co., VA. Prob of Est: Apr 1772, in 
               Norfolk Co., VA, Will Book II, p. 1. He married Mary unknown,
               circa 1730, in Norfolk Co., VA.
          iv.  Sarah Creekmore. Born, after 1690, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died,
               after 1737, in Norfolk Co., VA.
           v.  Elizabeth Creekmore. Born, after 1690, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died,
               after 1737, in Norfolk Co., VA. She married Unknown Worner,
               before 1737, in Norfolk Co., VA.
          vi.  Rachell Creekmore. Born, after 1690, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died,
               after 1737, in Norfolk Co., VA. She married Unknown Smith,
               before 1737, in Norfolk Co., VA.
         vii.  Job Creekmore. Born, before 1719, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died,
               before 1751, in Norfolk Co., VA, Order Book, 1750-53, p.30. He 
               married Susan unknown, before 1750, in Norfolk Co., VA.
        viii.  Solomon Creekmore. Born in Norfolk Co., VA. Died, circa 1769, in
               Norfolk Co., VA. Prob of Est: 18 Jun 1769, in Norfolk Co., VA, 
               Will Book 1, p. 189. He married Elizabeth unknown, before 1767,
               in Norfolk Co., VA.

41. Elizabeth[7] unknown (A97). Born, 1660 (?), in Norfolk Co., VA.

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Occupation: housewife.

She married Edmund Creekmore (40) (A96).

42. John[7] Ballentine (John, 62) (A98). Died, before 1760, in Norfolk Co., VA. Occupation: farmer.

He married Jane unknown (43) (A99), 1718 (?), in VA. Children:

  29       i.  Frances[6] Ballentine.
          ii.  John Ballentine[14]. Died, circa 1761. Prob of Est: Feb 1761, in
               Norfolk Co., VA, Will Book 1, f. 56.
         iii.  Brigit Ballentine[15]. Died, after 1760. Occupation: housewife.
               She married Robert Pinar[16], before 1760, in Norfolk Co., VA.

43. Jane[7] unknown (A99).

She married John Ballentine (42) (A98).

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44. John[8] Perkins (Edward, 63) (A128). Born, 15 Aug 1651, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, 1730 (?), in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He married, first, Mary unknown (45) (A129), 16 May 1677, in First Cong Ch, New Haven Co., CT. Children:

           i.  John[7] Perkins. Born, 3 Jun 1678, in New Haven, CT. Died, Oct
               1749, in New Haven, CT. He married, first, Sarah Warner, 15 May
               1701, in New Haven, CT. He married, second, Elizabeth Heward, 3
               Feb 1706/7, in New Haven, CT.
  32      ii.  Stephen Perkins.
         iii.  Peter Perkins. Born, 18 May 1682, in New Haven, CT. Died, circa
               1729, in New Haven, CT. Prob of Est: 17 Jun 1729, in Date of 
               Will. He married Hannah Ford, before 1705 (?), in New Haven, CT.
          iv.  James Perkins. Born, 23 Aug 1684, in New Haven, CT. Died, before
               1689, in New Haven, CT.
           v.  Elisha Perkins. Born, 6 Jul 1688, in New Haven, CT. Died, before
               1720.
          vi.  Mary Perkins. Born, 9 Oct 1689, in New Haven, CT. Died, 1748.
               She married Abraham Tomlinson, before 1715 (?), in New Haven, 
               CT.
         vii.  Nathan Perkins. Born, 1691, in New Haven, CT.
        viii.  Aaron Perkins. Born, 1700, in New Haven, CT.

He married, second, Rebecca Thompson, 1703, in CT. Born, before 1700, in East Haven, CT.

45. Mary[8] unknown (A129). Died, 1703 (?), in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married John Perkins (44) (A128).

46. Samuel[8] Ford (Timothy, 65) (A130). Born, 1640, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, 2 Jun 1712, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

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He married Elizabeth Hipkins (47) (A131), 27 Jan 1672/3, in First Cong Ch., New Haven, CT. Children:

           i.  Mary[7] Ford. Born, 11 Sep 1676, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 30 Jul 1712, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Occupation: housewife. She married John Thomas.
  33      ii.  Elizabeth Ford.
         iii.  Samuel Ford. Born, 31 Aug 1683, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
          iv.  Hannah Ford. Born, 16 Sep 1687, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Occupation: housewife. She married Peter Perkins.

47. Elizabeth[8] Hipkins (A131). Born, 1650 (?). Died, 1690 (?), in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married Samuel Ford (46) (A130).

48. Matthew[8] Moulthrop (Matthew, 66) (A132). Born, circa 1640 (?). Died, 1 Feb 1690/1, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He married Hannah Thompson (49) (A133), 26 Jun 1662, in First Cong Ch, New Haven Co., CT. Children:

           i.  Hannah[7] Moulthrop. Born, 2 Nov 1663, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 2 Jan 1663/4, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
          ii.  Hannah Moulthrop. Born, 20 Apr 1665, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Occupation: housewife. She married John Russell, 19 Aug
               1687.
         iii.  Sgt. John Moulthrop. Born, 5 Feb 1667/8, in New Haven, New Haven
               Co., CT. Died, 14 Feb 1712/3, in East Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Occupation: soldier. He married Abigail Bradley, 29 Jun 1692, in
               CT.
          iv.  Matthew Moulthrop. Born, 18 Jul 1670, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 12 May 1740, in East Haven, New Haven Co., CT. He
               married Mary Brockett.
           v.  child Moulthrop. Born, 1673, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Died, 1673.
          vi.  Lydia Moulthrop. Born, 8 Aug 1674, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT.
         vii.  Samuel Moulthrop. Born, 1677, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Died, 14 Oct 1677, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
  34    viii.  Samuel Moulthrop.
          ix.  Kezia Moulthrop. Born, 13 Apr 1682, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, circa 1758, in CT. Occupation: housewife. She married
               Daniel Barker, 24 Aug 1701.

49. Hannah[8] Thompson (John, 68) (A133). Born, 1640 (?). Died, 19 Jan 1712/3, in East Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

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She married Matthew Moulthrop (48) (A132).

50. Thomas[8] Barnes (Thomas, 70) (A134). Born, 26 Aug 1653, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, 1712, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He married, first, Mary Hubbard[17], 26 Jun 1675. Died, before 1685, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife. Children:

           i.  Mary[7] Barnes. Born, 21 Nov 1679, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, circa 1680.
          ii.  Sarah Barnes. Born, 12 Feb 1680/1, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, circa 1682.
         iii.  Mary Barnes. Born, 1682, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
          iv.  Thomas Barnes. Born, 21 Jul 1684, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, circa 1685.

He married, second, Abigail Frost (51) (A135), 26 Jun 1685 (?). Children:

           v.  Thomas Barnes. Born, 26 Jul 1687, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT.
  35      vi.  Sarah Barnes.
         vii.  Rebecca Barnes. Born, 12 Mar 1690/1, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT.
        viii.  Abigail Barnes. Born, 10 Jun 1693, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, after 1716. Occupation: housewife. She married Joshua 
               Ray, 29 Mar 1716.
          ix.  Elizabeth Barnes. Born, 10 Nov 1695, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT.
           x.  Deborah Barnes. Born, 1 Feb 1697/8, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT.
          xi.  Hannah Barnes. Born, 31 May 1702, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT.
         xii.  Samuel Barnes. Born, 11 Apr 1705, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT.
        xiii.  Nathaniel Barnes. Born, 11 Jun 1707, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT.
         xiv.  Abraham Barnes. Born, 1711, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.

51. Abigail[8] Frost (John, 72)[18] (A135). Born, 8 Oct 1670. Died, 1746 (?). Occupation: housewife.

She married, first, Thomas Barnes (50) (A134).

She married, second, Samuel Tuttle.

52. Richard[8] Sperry (John, 74) (A136). Born, 1606, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, Eng. Died, 1698, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Christened, 16

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Feb 1605/6, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, Eng. Prob of Est: 1698, in New Haven Co., CT, Prob. Bk. 1, made 18 Apr 1693. Immigration: 26 Jun 1637, in Boston, MA., in New Haven, CT, 1644. Occupation: farmer.

      WILL of RICHARD SPERRY, New Haven Co., CT. Made 18 April 1693, proved
1698?
      I Richard Sperry sen'r of New Haven in New England being in Competency of
health, and p'fect understanding and memory Calling to mind the transitory
estate of men in this World and not Knowing how soone God may Call me away by
death Doe so cause to make and ordaine this my last will and testament in manor
and forme following, committing my Soule to God yt gave it and my body to the
earth to be decently buryed according to the Discresion of my Executor and
Executrix hereafter to be named. After all my just debts and funerall expenses
Discharged my will is as to ye Dispose of ye portion of worldly estate wich ye
Lord hath gratiously given me I Doe dispose of it as followeth.
      Imprimis: I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Dennis Sperry all my
moveable and stock of Cattle of all sorts to enable her to pay all my Just
Debts and Expenses as aboves'd And for her owne Comfortable Subsistence and
widowhood. And to dispose of among my Children as she in her prudence shall
Judge ye necceseity of one or other of them may require. And further my will is
considering my deare and beloved wife afores'd for her Comfortabel subsistence
in her widowhood if she shall Remaine possessed of all such parts and parcells
in housing and lands as are Reserved by C'vnt which my daughter in law, Relict
of my son John Sperry dec'd. forever to my sd wifes Comfortable subsistence as
by sd Covenant doth and may more fully Appear in Case she continue a widow
bearing my name. But if she marry againe then my will is yt she shall have for
her Improvement but one end of my Dwelling house and ye third part of my barne
and yards. And yt ye Improvement only of ye third part of land reserved for my
subsistence be in her hand during her n'rall life Leaving my sd Relict daughter
in law and her Children without molestation to occupy to her and their set
profitt the whole tract and tracts of land by Deed also granted unto them; as
also yt my sd wife upon her Mariage shall have but her third part of my
moveables and stock of Cattle as above my just debts being first pd. And this
to be wholly at her owne dispose. And ye Remainder of my estate to be equally
devided between all my Children.
      Item my will is, and I have hereby give and bequeath to my Son Ebenezer
Sperry the house, barne upland and meadow being in quantity fourteen acres be
it more or less formerly in the possession of my son John Sperry estate Deccd
with ye p'viledges and appurtenances thereof to be to him his Heires and
assignes forever
      Item my will is And I do hereby give and bequeath unto my Son Richard
Sperry besided wt I have already given unto him and is upon Richard vizt twenty
acres of upland be it more or less wch I doe hereby Ratify and confirm two
acres of Meadow be it more or less lying upon the South side of Morrills rate
to him his Heires and assignes for ever
      Yt as for my son in law Benjamin Peck as I have given him twenty acres of
land be it more or less being alsoe upon Record wch I doe now Ratify and
Confirme, soe now I give unto ye sd Peck and Mary his wife and their Heires two
Acres of Meadow be it more or less bounded upon my son Richards and my son
Nathlls Meadow South, to be to them theire Heires and assignes for ever, the sd
Mary being his p'sent wife and my daughter
      Item my will is I doe hereby give and bequeath unto my son Nathll Sperry

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besides what I have given and Recorded to him already vizt twenty acres of
upland two acres of wch lye in my ffeild wch I doe heereby ratify and confirme
Alsoe five acres of meadow be it more or less lying on ye south of Morrells
rate. Alsoe one acre adjoining unto yt two acres in ye feild above mentioned
unles I see cause to make some other legall dispose thereof while I live All ye
above mentioned p'cells to be to him his Heires and Assignes for Ever
      Item my will is and I doe heerby give and bequeath unto my two sons
Thomas Sperry and Daniell Sperry a p'cell of upland lying southward of ye Land
given unto my son Nathll Contayning by estimation about thirty acres be it more
or less to be equally divided betweene ym And I doe further give unto my son
Thomas Sperry a p'cell of Meadow containing by estimation two acres be it more
or less bounded by Meadow called Morrells rate south and meadow granted unto
the Heires of my late dec'd son John Sperry -- on ye north the afores'd p'cells
to be unto them their Heires and assignes for ever
      Item my will is and I doe hereby give and bequeath unto my said son Danll
Sperry the seal part of ye swamp I lately purchased of ye towne of Newhaven
Alsoe one p'cell of Meadow land bounded by swamp land given unto Ebenezer south
of the River East and land given to Nathll Sperry and Benjamin Peck North to be
alsoe to him his Heires or Assignes for ever
      Item I doe further give and bequeath unto my son Ebenezer Sperry a p'cell
of ten acres of land lying at a pplace between ye live meadows on ye west side
of ye River bed more or less to him his Heires and Assignes for ever
      Item my will is and I doe heerby give unto my four sons Nathll, Thomas,
Ebenezer and Daniell Sperry all my third division land lying at ye Round hills
to be equally divided between them toy their Heires and Assignes for ever
      Item my will is and I doe heereby give and bequeath unto my Son Ebenezer
Sperry ye peece of land yt lyes Northnd of ye land graunted unto ye Heires of
my sd son John Sperry dec'd between yt and what is above given unto him it
being over upon the Rock or Hill to him his heires or Assignes for ever
      Item my will is if any of my children shall see cause to sell any of the
lands above granted unto y if they shall first tender it unto their Brethern yt
if they will give as much as another yt they shall have it before another
      Item my will is yt the severall parcells of land given unto my sons shall
Run to ye outside of my land westward
      And lastly my will is and I doe heereby nominate constitute and appoint
my deare and beloved wife Dennis Sperry soe long she Continues a widow and my
son Nathll Sperry to be Executrix and executor of this my last will and
testament But after the Decease of my sd wife (or mariage) if it soe fall out
yt then my said son Nathll to be sole Executor of this my sd will And I doe
heerby Revoak and Annull all other and former wills and declare this to be my
sole Will and testament In witness whereof I have heerunto put my hand and
seale this eighteen day of Aprell Ano Dni one thousand sic hundred ninety three
      Richard (X) Sperry
      Witnesses: Samuel Mansfield, Elizabeth Davenport, Nathaniel Bower

He married Dennis unknown (53) (A137), 1644 (?), in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Children:

           i.  John[7] Sperry. Born, 9 Jan 1648/9, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, 1692, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. He married[19]
               Elizabeth Post, 1 Sep 1676, in New Haven, CT.
          ii.  Mary Sperry. Born, 14 Mar 1649/0, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 

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               CT. Occupation: housewife. She married[20] Benjamin Peck, 29 Mar
               1670, in New Haven, CT.
         iii.  Richard Sperry. Born, 20 Jan 1651/2, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 1734, in CT. He married Martha Mansfield, 16 Dec
               1680, in New Haven, CT.
          iv.  Esther Sperry. Born, Sep 1654, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Died, after 1712, in CT. Occupation: housewife. She married[21],
               first, Daniel Hotchkiss, 21 Jun 1683, in New Haven, CT. She 
               married, second, Stephen Pierson, after 1712, in CT.
           v.  Nathaniel Sperry. Born, 13 Aug 1656, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 1735, in CT. He married[19], first, Sarah 
               Dickerman, 2 Oct 1683, in New Haven, CT. He married, second,
               Esther Winston Morris.
          vi.  Thomas Sperry. Born, 13 Jul 1658, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 1722, in CT. He married[19] Elizabeth Farnes, 18 Nov
               1684, in Hew Haven, CT.
         vii.  unknown Sperry. Born, 1661, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
        viii.  Ebenezer Sperry. Born, Jul 1663, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 1738, in CT. He married[19] Abigail Dickerman, 21 Jan
               1689/0, in New Haven, CT.
  36      ix.  Daniel Sperry.
           x.  Joseph Sperry. Born, 24 Jul 1668, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT.

53. Dennis[8] unknown (A137). Born, 1625 (?). Died, 1707, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

Her last name has been given as Goodyear or Honeyman or Freeman.

She married Richard Sperry (52) (A136).

54. Joseph[8] Peck (Dea. William, 76) (A138). Born, 17 Jan 1640/1, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, 25 Nov 1719, in Lyme, New London Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He was a Deputy for Lyme in October 1676 (Conn. Col. II, p.286).

He married[20] Sarah Parker (55) (A139), 1662 (?), in Lyme, Ct. Children:

           i.  Sarah[7] Peck. Born, 4 Aug 1663, in Lyme, CT. Died, 4 Apr 1730,
               in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife. She 
               married[22], first, Matthew Gilbert, 2 May 1684, in Lyme, CT.
               She married, second, Joseph Moss, 11 Jul 1717, in CT.
          ii.  Joseph Peck. Born, 12 Mar 1666/7, in Lyme, CT. Died, 10 Oct
               1667, in Lyme, CT.
         iii.  Elizabeth Peck. Born, 9 Sep 1669, in Lyme, CT.
  37      iv.  Deborah Peck.
           v.  Hannah Peck. Born, 14 Sep 1674, in Lyme, CT. Died, after 1696.
               Occupation: housewife. She married[23] Thomas Anderson, 25 Jun
               1696, in Lyme, CT.

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          vi.  Ruth Peck. Born, 19 Aug 1676, in Lyme, CT.
         vii.  Samuel Peck. Born, 29 Jul 1678, in Lyme, CT. Died, 28 Jan
               1733/4, in CT. He married[24] Elizabeth Lee, 28 Dec 1699, in 
               Lyme, CT.
        viii.  Joseph Peck. Born, 20 Mar 1679/0, in Lyme, CT. Died, 12 Aug
               1757, in Lyme, CT. He married Susanna Unknown, 3 Oct 1704, in 
               CT.

55. Sarah[8] Parker (William, 78) (A139). Born, 1637 (?), in New Haven Co., CT. Died, 14 Sep 1726, in Lyme, New London Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married[20] Joseph Peck (54) (A138).

56. John[8] Hotchkiss (Samuel, 80) (A140). Born, circa 1643, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, 1689, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He married Elizabeth Peck (57) (A141), 4 Dec 1672, in First Cong Chr, New Haven, CT. Children:

  38       i.  Capt. John[7] Hotchkiss.
          ii.  Joshua Hotchkiss. Born, 8 Jun 1675, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, 14 Jul 1741, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
         iii.  Joseph Hotchkiss. Born, 8 Jun 1678, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, after 1699, in Guilford, CT. Occupation: weaver. He 
               married[21] Hannah Crittenden, Apr 1699, in New Haven, CT.
          iv.  Josiah Hotchkiss. Born, 24 Jan 1680/1, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, after 1715. He married Abigail Parker, 8 Dec
               1715, in Wallingford, CT.
           v.  Caleb Hotchkiss. Born, 18 Oct 1684, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, 4 Apr 1763, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. He 
               married Mehitabel Crittenden, 14 Feb 1705/6, in New Haven, CT.
          vi.  Elizabeth Hotchkiss. Born, 18 Jan 1685/6, in New Haven, New 
               Haven Co., CT. Died, 13 Sep 1723.
         vii.  Ruth Hotchkiss. Born, circa 1688, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 24 Mar 1773, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Occupation: housewife. She married, first, Jonathan Sackett, 12
               Mar 1717/8, in New Haven, CT. She married, second, Benjamin 
               Dorman, 11 Dec 1728, in New Haven, CT.

57. Elizabeth[8] Peck (Henry, 82) (A141). Born, 16 Mar 1648/9, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Died, before 1732, in CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married John Hotchkiss (56) (A140).

58. William[8] Chatterton (A142). Born, 1635 (?), in Eng/CT. Died, 1700, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

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He married Mary Clark (59) (A143), 1659 (?), in CT. Children:

           i.  Sarah[7] Chatterton. Born, 19 Jul 1661, in New Haven Co., CT.
               She married Samuel Benton, circa 1679 (?), in CT.
          ii.  Hannah Chatterton. Born, 4 Aug 1663, in New Haven Co., CT. Died,
               4 Nov 1663, in New Haven Co., CT.
         iii.  Mercy Chatterton. Born, 22 Nov 1664, in New Haven Co., CT. Died
               in Wethersfield, CT?. She married John Francis, circa 1684 (??)
               in CT.
          iv.  Mary Chatterton. Born, 12 Dec 1666, in New Haven Co., CT. Died,
               before 1672 (?), in CT.
           v.  John Chatterton. Born, 21 Feb 1667/8, in New Haven Co., CT.
               Died, 1701, in CT. He married, first, Mary Clement, 30 Apr 1690,
               in CT. He married, second, Mary Peck, circa 1710 (??) in CT.
          vi.  Samuel Chatterton. Born, 10 Jun 1671, in New Haven Co., CT.
               Died, 1733, in CT. He married Abigail Sanford, circa 1710 (??)
               in CT.
  39     vii.  Mary Chatterton.
        viii.  Joseph Chatterton. Born, 1 Jun 1676, in New Haven Co., CT.
          ix.  Susanna Chatterton. Born, 17 Sep 1678, in New Haven Co., CT.
               Died, Sep 1766, in New Haven Co., CT. Burial in 2nd Cong. Soc., 
               New Haven, CT. She married, first, Joshua Hotchkiss, circa 1700,
               in CT. She married, second, Abraham Dickerman, circa 1743 (?),
               in CT.
           x.  Hannah Chatterton. Born, 23 Jan 1679/0, in New Haven Co., CT.
               Died, before 1690 (?), in CT.

59. Mary[8] Clark (James, 84) (A143). Born, 1636 (?), in Eng/CT. Died, 3 Feb 1721/2, in West Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married William Chatterton (58) (A142).

60. Edmund[8] Creekmore (George, 86) (A192). Born, 1627, in Norwich, Norfolk, Eng. Died, 1680, in Norfolk Co., VA. Christened, 8 Apr 1627, in St. Mary Cosla, Norwich, Norfolk, Eng. Prob of Est: 16 Aug 1680, in Norfolk Co., VA, Deed Book 4, p. 80. Occupation: shipwright.

      WILL of EDMUND CREACKMAN, Norfolk Co., Virginia, Deed Book 4, p. 80,
(Chesapeake Va., Circuit Court), Proved 16 August 1680, Made 23 March 1679.
      In the name of God, Amen. This is ye Last will and Testament of Edmund
Creackman Lying nowe very Sick and weacke of Body But Sound and perfect of mind
Sence and memory, doe order this to bee my Last will and Testamt Revocking all
other wills and Testaments whatsoever in manner and forme as followeth.
      furst I doe Comitt my Soule into the hands, my Lord and Savior which hath
Redeamed It with his most precious Blod and my body to the Earth to bee
Decently buried In Christian Buriall and my worldly Substance to bee Disposed
As followeth;
      Item primis I give and Bequeath unto my Son John Creackman one Dividend
or seat of Land being the plantation yt I nowe Live uppon being in or by the
mouth of Deeap Creack in the Southern Branch of Elizabeth River with all Houses
orcherds fences or all other Conveniences whatsoever belonging to the Said Land

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to him my Said Son and his heires Lawfully begotten of his body for Ever;
      farther my will is that when my youngest Sone Edmon Creackmon shall Come
to ye age of twenty one yeares of Age then my said Sone John to pay unto his
Brother Edmon Creackmon or his order two Thousand pounds of Tobacco and Caske
Convenient in this County it being for Satisfaction to his Brother for his part
of ye said Land,
      and I give unto my Son John; two head of Cattle one Cow Called Blackee &
one yong Stear Belonging to the said Cow, with all theire increase to him and
his Heires forever.
      Item I give unto my Son Edward my seate of Land Lying Southerly from Mr
Richard Jones Senr this land, with all Conveniences belonging to the Same as
Above said to him and his heires Lawfully begott of his body forever and wot
Cattle doth belonge to mee in those woods to bee at his owne Disposing &
further my said SOn Edward when his Brither Edmon Shall to Age then to pay his
Brother one thousand pounds of Tobacco as Above Said.
      Item I give unto my Daughtr Elizabeth foure head of Cattle viz; Spark,
bob, matte, & nutmeg, Six pewter Dishes two of Each sorte and one Brasse Candle
one Iron pott about three Callions to be Delivrd To her at her day of marage.
      Item I give unto my wife Jane two thirds of all my above Said Land
Douring Her Life and the Rest of my household Stufes and Cattle or hogs to be
Left at her owne Disposing Except one heifer Called nanne with all her Increase
for Ever to my son Edmon,
      farther my will is yt if my sone John shoulde Dye without Ishew then the
Above said plantation given to him to fall to my Son Edmon as Above said and
hee to Acquitt the Said two Thousand pounds of Tobacco and likewise to Acquitt
his Brother Edward of his Thousand pounds of Tobacco.
      Item my will is that it shall be free for the use of this plantation
given to John to fech or macke use of any Timber frome the plantation given to
Edward as Long as theire is any, the two Brothers not to peasably hinder Each
other and in Conformation thereof I have Heare unto sett my hand and Seale this
23rd day of March 1679.
      Signed by Edmond Creekman and Seale
      Proved in Court 16 August 1680.

He married Jane Wood (61) (A193) in Norfolk Co., VA. Children:

           i.  Edward[7] Creekmore Creakmon. Born, 1652, in Norfolk Co., VA.
               Died, 1739, in Norfolk Co., VA. Prob of Est: 18 Jan 1739/0, in 
               Norfolk Co., VA, Wills & Deeds 1, p.24. Occupation: cooper. He 
               married Mary unknown, before 1717, in Norfolk Co., VA.
          ii.  Elizabeth Creekmore. Born, 1654, in Norfolk Co., VA.
         iii.  John Creekmore. Born, 1660, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died, circa
               1710, in Norfolk Co., VA. Prob of Est: 17 Aug 1711, in Norfolk 
               Co., VA, Deed Book 9, pp 80-81. Occupation: boatwright. He 
               married Dorothy Ballentine, before 1690, in Norfolk Co., VA.
  40      iv.  Edmund Creekmore.

61. Jane[8] Wood (A193). Born in Eng. Died in VA.

She married Edmund Creekmore (60) (A192).

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62. John[8] Ballentine (George, 88) (A196). Born in VA. Died, 1734, in Norfolk Co., VA. Prob of Est: 16 Aug 1734, in Norfolk Co., VA, Bk. 12, p. 13, made 1 Feb 1733/4.

      WILL of JOHN BALLENTINE, Norfolk CO., Virginia, Will Bk 12, pp. 13-14,
Proved 16 August 1734, Made 1 February 1733/34. Abstract from McIntosh, Norfolk
Co., VA, Wills 1711-1750, p. 158.
      I appoint my Dearly beloved Son Richard Ballentine my Exr.
      to my Dearly beloved son Richd Ballentine all my full and whole tract of
Land including as well my plantation whereon I now live and likewise that
whereon he ye Sd Richard Ballentine lives and that whereon Jane Widow of my Son
John Ballentine lives . . .
      unto my Daughter Susanna Ballentine my best feather Bed and Cow . . . and
in Case She dies without Heirs to be divided among my other Children . . .
      to my Grandson John Ballentine a Heifer . . .
      to my Daughters Mary Eliza Creekmur a Cow and Calf . . .
      Jno Ballentine. Seale. Mark.
      Witnesses: David Ballentine, Jno Porter, Paul Ballentine.

He married an unknown woman. Children:

  42       i.  John[7] Ballentine.
          ii.  Richard Ballentine. Born in Norfolk Co., VA.
         iii.  Susanna Ballentine. Born in Norfolk Co., VA.
          iv.  Mary Ballentine. Born in Norfolk Co., VA. Occupation: housewife.
               She married unknown Creekmore.
           v.  Elizabeth Ballentine. Born in Norfolk Co., VA. Occupation:
               housewife. She married unknown Creekmore.

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63. Edward[9] Perkins (A256). Born, 1607, in Hilmorton, Warwickshire, Eng. Died in New Haven, New Haven Col, CT. Immigration: 1637, in New Haven, New Haven Col, CT. Occupation: farmer.

Many believe he was born, 1607, in Hilmorton, Warwickshire, Eng.? Recent (1998) work by Paula Perkins Mortensen indicates he was a son of William Perkins, Merchant-Taylor of London. Edward died, circa 1688, in New Haven, New Haven Col, CT (Between 25 January 1687, date of deeds to sons, and recordation date of 19 March 1690). Immigration: 1637, in New Haven, New Haven Colony, CT. Occupation: planter-farmer.

He took the Oath of Fidelity 18 October 1648. New Haven Colony records show the following land transactions: 7 Nov 1654, he received 5 acres from Richard Hubball (v.1, p.226); 3 July 1655, he received the house and lott of Thomas Barnes, which was Stephen Metcalfes (v.1, p. 245); 7 Jan 1667/8, he receives land from Nathaniel Richards and Rosamond, his wife, of Norwalke (v.2, 213).

The estate of Edward Perkins was appraised at L306 in the 1680 division of land in the City of New Haven, with Edward receiving 77 acres in the division.

He made the following deeds to his sons on 25 January 1687/88: Edward Perkins of New Haven, Planter, "to loving son John Perkins" grant of mansion house wherein I lately dwelt with its home lot and one half the barn; 8 acres of arable land in the Suburbs Quarter; 1.5 acres of land in the Suburbs Quarter; 8 acres in the Yorkshire Quarter; 2 acres in the Neck in Mr Lambertson's Quarter; 1/2 of 8 acre meadow at the bottom of Yorkshire Quarter to divide with Jonathan Perkins; 44 acres of the 2nd Division; 26 acres of the 3rd Division; and, 1/2 right and title in the Ox Pasture and all other undivided lands. New Haven, CT, Register of Deeds, vol. 1, p. 489).

Edward Perkins of New Haven, Planter "to loving son Jonathan Perkins" grant of mansion house where I now dwell together with said son; home lot and 1/2 barn; 3 acres in the Suburbs Quarter; 9 acres in the Suburbs Quarter; 4 acres in the Yorkshire Quarter; 5 acres in the Neck; 1/2 of 8 acres in the lower end of Yorkshire Quarter to be divided with John Perkins; 44 acres 2nd Division; 25 acres 3rd Division; and, 1/2 of Edward Perkins interest in Ox Pasture and all other undivided lands. (New Haven, CT, Register of Deeds, vol. 1, p. 488).

Edward Perkins of New Haven, Planter, "to loving son David Perkins of New Haven, cordwainer" grant 4.5 acres in the Suburbs Quarter; 2 acres in the Yorkshire Quarter; 1 acre of meadow in the Yorkshire Quarter; 1 acre in the Neck; 12 Acres of 2nd Division; and, 25 acres in the 3rd Division. (New Haven, CT, Register of Deeds, vol. 1, p. 490).

All three of these deeds were recorded on 19 November 1690. It is presumed that Edward died between 25 January 1687/88 and 19 November 1690. There are only two other deeds from Edward Perkins recorded in the extant New Haven Register of Deeds. These are to John Perkins, vol. 1, p. 82, and to Joseph Moss, vol. 1, p. 273. In none of the deeds is a wife mentioned. It is therefore presumed that she was dead before 1672.

There is no reference to his estate in either the New Haven Probate Packets or the New Haven Probate Records.

He married Elizabeth Butcher (64) (A257), 20 Mar 1648/9, in First Cong Ch, New Haven Co., CT. Children:

  44       i.  John[8] Perkins.
          ii.  Mehitabel Perkins. Born, 21 Sep 1652, in New Haven, CT.
         iii.  Jonathan Perkins. Born, 12 Nov 1653, in New Haven, CT. He 
               married Mary Elcock, 14 Jun 1682, in New Haven, CT.
          iv.  David Perkins. Born, 3 Oct 1656, in New Haven, CT. Died, 27 Oct
               1732, in New Haven, CT. He married, first, Female unknown, 8 Jun
               1682, in New Haven, CT. He married, second, Sarah Bradley, 19
               Jun 1729, in New Haven, CT.

64. Elizabeth[9] Butcher (A257). Born, 1626 (?). Died in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married Edward Perkins (63) (A256).

65. Timothy[9] Ford (A260). Born, 1610 (?), in Eng. Died, 28 Aug 1684, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He settled first at Charlestown and then moved to New Haven in 1639-40.

He married an unknown woman. Children:

  46       i.  Samuel[8] Ford.
          ii.  Mary Ford. Died, before 1692, in CT. Occupation: housewife. She 
               married Nathaniel Thorpe, 20 Nov 1662.

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         iii.  Bethia Ford. Died, 1687, in CT. Occupation: housewife. She 
               married Matthew Bellamy, circa 1671.
          iv.  Elizabeth Ford. Occupation: housewife. She married, first,
               Joshua Culver, 23 Dec 1672. She married, second, Eleazer Peck,
               31 Oct 1726.
           v.  Matthew Ford. Died, 3 Nov 1694, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               He married Mary Brooks, 12 Jan 1673/4.

66. Matthew[9] Moulthrop[25] (A264). Born, circa 1610 (?), in Eng. , ma. 1633 Wrawby, Lincs., Eng. ref: MMOUL610; Hatcher, 74 TAG April 1999. Died, 22 Dec 1668, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Prob of Est: 1668, in New Haven Co., CT, Prob. Book 1. Immigration: 26 Jun 1637, in Boston, MA. Occupation: farmer.

He arrived with the Rev. John Davenport on the HECTOR at Boston on 26 June 1637.

He married Jane Nicholl (67) (A265). Children:

           i.  Elizabeth[8] Moulthrop. Born, 1638, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, after 1669. Occupation: housewife. She married John 
               Gregory, 18 Oct 1663.
          ii.  Mary Moulthrop. Born, 1638, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Died, after 1669.
  48     iii.  Matthew Moulthrop.

67. Jane[9] Nicholl[26] (A265). b. 1605 in Wrawby, Lincs., Eng. Died, 13 May 1672, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Prob of Est: 1672, in New Haven Co., CT, Prob. Bk. 1, made 21 Feb 1669. Occupation: housewife.

She married Matthew Moulthrop (66) (A264).

68. John[9] Thompson (A266). Born, 1615 (?), in Eng. Died, 1656, in East Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Immigration: 26 Jan 1639/0. Occupation: farmer.

He emigrated with Stephen Goodyear from London on the ST. JOHN of LONDON, 26 Jan 1640.

He married Dorothy unknown (69) (A267), 1638 (?). Children:

  49       i.  Hannah[8] Thompson.
          ii.  John Thompson. Died, 13 Feb 1692/3, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. He married Priscilla Powell, 22 May 1666, in New Haven, CT.
         iii.  Abigail Thompson. Born, 26 Jan 1651/2, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 1727, in CT. Occupation: housewife. She 
               married[27], first, Joseph Alsop, 25 Nov 1672, in New Haven, CT.
               She married, second, John Miles, after 1691, in CT.
          iv.  Rebecca Thompson. Born, 26 Jan 1651/2, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, after 1694, in CT. Occupation: housewife. She 
               married, first, Daniel Thomas, 3 Feb 1668/9, in New Haven, CT.
               She married, second, John Perkins, after 1694, in CT.

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           v.  Mary Thompson. Born, circa 1652 (?). Died, Nov 1714, in CT.
               Occupation: housewife. She married John Cooper, 27 Dec 1666, in 
               New Haven, CT.
          vi.  Joseph Thompson. Died, circa 1704, in CT. He married, first,
               Elizabeth Lathrop Royce. He married[28], second, Mercy Barnes 
               Jacobs, 22 Nov 1694, in Wallingford, CT.
         vii.  Sarah Thompson. Born, 30 Apr 1654, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 23 Oct 1716, in East Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Occupation: housewife. She married[29] Alling Ball, 24 Nov 1678,
               in New Haven, CT.

69. Dorothy[9] unknown (A267). Born, 1615 (?), in Eng. Died, after 1654, in CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married John Thompson (68) (A266).

70. Thomas[9] Barnes (A268). Born, 1620, in Eng. Died, 10 Jun 1691, in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He married Mary/Elizabeth? unknown (71) (A269), 1642 (?). Children:

           i.  Mercy[8] Barnes. Born, circa 1647 (?), in CT. Died, after 1694,
               in CT. Occupation: housewife. She married[30], first,
               Bartholomew Jacobs, 20 Dec 1666, in Branford, CT. She 
               married[28], second, Joseph Thompson, 22 Nov 1694, in 
               Wallingford, CT.
          ii.  Martha Barnes. Born, after 1647 (?), in CT.
         iii.  John Barnes. Born, circa 1648 (?), in CT. Died, 1712, in CT. He 
               married Mercy Betts, 16 Sep 1669, in New Haven, CT.
          iv.  Elizabeth Barnes. Born, 28 May 1650, in CT. Died, after 1681, in
               CT. Occupation: housewife. She married[31], first, Benjamin 
               Brockett, 24 Mar 1668/9, in New Haven, CT. She married[32],
               second, John Austin, 21 Jan 1684/5, in New Haven, CT.
  50       v.  Thomas Barnes.
          vi.  Abigail Barnes. Born, 11 Mar 1656/7, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died in CT/Newark, NJ?. Occupation: housewife. She 
               married[33] John Frost, 21 Jan 1690/1, in New Haven, CT or 
               Newark, NJ.
         vii.  Daniel Barnes. Born, 29 Aug 1659, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 1 Jan 1730/1, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. He 
               married Mary Tappan, 13 Jan 1685/6, in New Haven, CT.
        viii.  Maybee Barnes. Born, 25 Jun 1663, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, 6 Mar 1748/9, in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT. He 
               married[34] Elizabeth Stowe, 19 Nov 1691, in Middletown, CT.

71. Mary/Elizabeth?[9] unknown[35] (A269). Born, 1620 (?). Died, 1696. Occupation: housewife.

She married Thomas Barnes (70) (A268).

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72. John[9] Frost (John, 90) (A270). Born, circa 1642. Died, circa 1700, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He married Mercy Payne (73) (A271), 9 Jun 1665, in First Cong Ch, New Haven Co., CT. Children:

           i.  Daniel[8] Frost. Born, 17 Mar 1665/6, in CT.
          ii.  unknown Frost. Born, 17 Mar 1665/6, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, 17 Mar 1665/6, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
         iii.  John Frost. Born, 26 May 1668, in CT. He married Abigail Barnes,
               20 Aug 1692, in New Haven, CT.
  51      iv.  Abigail Frost.
           v.  Elizabeth Frost. Born, 1673, in CT. Occupation: housewife. She 
               married, first, William Reynolds. She married, second, William 
               Hoadley.
          vi.  Sarah Frost. Born, 3 Sep 1675, in CT. Died, 8 Nov 1721, in CT.
               Occupation: housewife. She married, first, Thomas Youngs. She 
               married[36], second, John Tuthill, 28 May 1690, in CT.
         vii.  Ebenezer Frost. Born, 15 Aug 1677, in CT. Died, 1750, in CT. He 
               married, first, Mary Tuttle, 4 Oct 1704, in CT. He married,
               second, Elizabeth Andrus, 19 Feb 1734/5, in CT.
        viii.  Mary Frost. Born, 27 Jul 1679, in CT. Died, 31 May 1718, in CT.
               Occupation: housewife. She married, first, John Weadon. She 
               married, second, Henry Cook, 13 Feb 1709/0, in CT.
          ix.  Samuel Frost. Born, circa 1682, in CT. Died, 1718, in CT. He 
               married Sarah Towner, 8 Aug 1706, in CT.
           x.  Hannah Frost. Born, 2 Feb 1684/5, in CT. Died, 1690, in New 
               Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
          xi.  Rebecca Frost. Died, 1690, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Baptism: 22 Jun 1690, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.

73. Mercy[9] Payne (William, 92) (A271). Born, circa 1642 (?). Died, circa 1700 (?), in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married John Frost (72) (A270).

74. John[9] Sperry (John, 94)[37] (A272). Born, 1568, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, Eng. Died, before 1620 (?), in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, Eng. Baptism: 18 Jan 1657/8, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, Eng. Occupation: farmer.

He married Mary unknown (75) (A273), circa 1596 (?), in Eng. Children:

           i.  John[8] Sperry. Born, 1598, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, 
               Eng.
          ii.  Agnes Sperry. Born, circa 1600, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire,
               Eng. Occupation: housewife. She married John Prune, circa 1622,
               in Bedfordshire, Eng.

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         iii.  John Sperry. Born, circa 1604, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, 
               Eng.
          iv.  Elizabeth Sperry. Born, circa 1604, in Thurleigh Par., 
               Bedfordshire, Eng.
           v.  Mary Sperry. Born, circa 1605, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, 
               Eng.
  52      vi.  Richard Sperry.

75. Mary[9] unknown (A273). Died, after 1606, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, Eng. Occupation: housewife.

She married John Sperry (74) (A272).

76. Dea. William[9] Peck (A276). Born, circa 1600, in Eng. Died, 14 Oct 1694, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer-Deacon.

He was a Deacon of the First Church of New Haven.

He married[24] Elizabeth unknown (77) (A277), circa 1621 (?), in Eng. Children:

           i.  Rev. Jeremiah[8] Peck. Born, 1623, in Boston, New Haven, Lyme?.
               Died, 7 Jun 1699, in Waterbury, CT. Occupation: minister. He 
               married[20] Joanna Kitchell, 12 Nov 1656, in Guilford, CT, : 12 
               Jan 1656/7, New Haven, CT.
          ii.  John Peck. Born, circa 1638 (?), in CT. Died, 1724. He 
               married[20] Mary Moss, 3 Nov 1664, in New Haven or, Wallingford,
               CT.
  54     iii.  Joseph Peck.
          iv.  Elizabeth Peck. Born, 6 May 1643, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, after 1704, in CT. Occupation: housewife. She 
               married[38] Samuel Andrews, circa 1660 (?), in New Haven or, 
               Wallingford, CT.

77. Elizabeth[9] unknown (A277). Born, circa 1600, in Eng. Died, 5 Dec 1683, in Lyme, New London Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married[24] Dea. William Peck (76) (A276).

78. William[9] Parker (A278). Born, 1610 (?), in Eng. Died, 21 Dec 1686, in Saybrook, Middlesex Co., CT. Occupation: farmer-Deputy.

He was a Deputy for Saybrook to the Connecticut Legislature at these times: September 1652, May 1672, May 1673, October 1673, October 1674, May 1676. He was called Sergeant in May 1672. He was granted 100 acres of land in May 1673 for Pequot War service (Conn. Col. I, p.235; II, pp. 169,196,209,236,274).

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He married Margerey unknown (79) (A279), 1636 (?), in CT/MA. Children:

  55       i.  Sarah[8] Parker.

79. Margerey[9] unknown (A279). Died, 6 Dec 1680, in Saybrook, Middlesex Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married William Parker (78) (A278).

80. Samuel[9] Hotchkiss (John, 96)[39] (A280). Born, circa 1623, in Dodington, Whitchurch Par., Shropshire, Eng. Died, 28 Dec 1663, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Prob of Est: 29 Jan 1663/4, in New Haven, CT, Inventory date. Occupation: farmer.

He married Elizabeth Cleverly (81) (A281), 7 Sep 1642, in First Cong Ch., New Haven Co., CT. Children:

  56       i.  John[8] Hotchkiss.
          ii.  Samuel Hotchkiss. Born, circa 1645, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Died, 29 Dec 1705, in East Haven, New Haven Co., CT. He 
               married[40], first, Sarah Talmadge, 18 Mar 1678/9, in New Haven,
               CT. He married[21], second, Hannah Thompson Moulthrop, after
               1691, in New Haven, CT.
         iii.  Sarah Hotchkiss. Born, circa 1646, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Occupation: housewife. She married[41] Jeremiah Johnson,
               circa 1663, in New Haven, CT.
          iv.  James Hotchkiss. Born, circa 1647, in New Haven, New Haven Co., 
               CT. Died, circa 1649 (?).
           v.  Joshua Hotchkiss. Born, 16 Sep 1651, in New Haven, New Haven 
               Co., CT. Died, 22 Dec 1722, in CT. Occupation: Sheriff-Ensign.
               He married[42], first, Mary Pardee, 29 Nov 1677, in New Haven, 
               CT. He married[21], second, Hannah Tuttle, circa 1685, in New 
               Haven, CT. He married[42], third, Mary Sanford Ashburn, circa
               1719, in New Haven, CT.
          vi.  Sgt. Thomas Hotchkiss. Born, 31 Aug 1654, in New Haven, New 
               Haven Co., CT. Died, 27 Dec 1711, in CT. Occupation:
               Militia-soldier. He married[43] Sarah Wilmot, 27 Nov 1677, in 
               New Haven, CT.
         vii.  Sgt. Daniel Hotchkiss. Born, 8 Jun 1657, in New Haven, New Haven
               Co., CT. Died, 10 Mar 1711/2, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Occupation: Militia-soldier. He married[43] Esther Sperry, 21
               Jun 1683, in New Haven, CT.

81. Elizabeth[9] Cleverly (A281). Born, 1620 (?), in Eng. Died, after 1670, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married Samuel Hotchkiss (80) (A280).

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82. Henry[9] Peck (A282). Born, 1625 (?), in Eng. Died, 1654, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Prob of Est: 2 May 1654, in New Haven Co., Prob. Book 1, made 30 Oct 1651. Occupation: farmer.

      WILL of HENRY PECK, New Haven Probate Records, vol. 1, pt. 1, p.51, made
30 October 1651, proved 29 May 1654. Printed in Jacobus, "The Henry Peck Family
of New Haven, Conn.", NEHGS Register, pp. 81-91 (April, 1967).
      The Last Will and TestamT. of Henry Pecke: The 30th 8th moneth 1651 Henry
Peck being weake and near his Change, yet haveing the use of his Understanding,
desires in The first place, To resigne up his soule to God; And for that
Portion of outward Blessings God hath given him, To dispose them thus. That
after debts discharged, I doe give to my wife, my house and home Lott, and
halfe the household stuff, The other halfe to be devided Amonge the Children.
Alsoe I doe give To my wife my bigest Cow; and the rest of ye Cattell and Land
to be devided Amonge the Children; vz this pvisall that if ther be one part
That appears to be better then the other, or more Convenient, That better part
or most Convenient, I doe dispose to my Elder sonn Joseph; And That these
Cattell and Land bee devided, soone after my decease, and the improvement of
them to be put into Trusty hands for the good of them all:/
      witnes: William Pecke John Moss Samuell Whithead.
      Inventory was taken 30 Nov 1651 by Samuell Whitehead and Rogger Allen and
the estate was appraised at L56/02/08.

He married Joan unknown (83) (A283), 1646, in New Haven, CT. Children:

  57       i.  Elizabeth[8] Peck.
          ii.  Joseph Peck[44]. Died, 15 Apr 1720, in New Haven, New Haven Co.,
               CT. Baptism: 5 Sep 1647, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. He 
               married Sarah Alling, 28 Nov 1672, in New Haven, CT.
         iii.  Benjamin Peck. Died, Mar 1730, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.
               Baptism: 5 Sep 1647, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. He married
               Mary Sperry, 29 Mar 1670, in New Haven, CT.
          iv.  Eleazer Peck. Died, 1736, in Wallingford, CT. Baptism: 12 Mar
               1648/9, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. He married, first, Mary
               Bunnell, 31 Oct 1671, in New Haven, CT. He married, second,
               Elizabeth Ford Culver, 31 Oct 1726, in Wallingford, CT.

83. Joan[9] unknown (A283). Died, 1670 (?), in CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married Henry Peck (82) (A282).

84. James[9] Clark[45] (A286). Born, 1610, in Eng. Immigration: 26 Jun 1637, in Boston, MA. Occupation: farmer.

Emigrated to Boston with the Rev. John Davenport on the HECTOR arriving at Boston 26 June 1637.

He married, first, Sarah Harvey/Fernes (85) (A287), 1631 (?), in Eng/CT. Children:

  59       i.  Mary[8] Clark.

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          ii.  James Clark. Born, after 1640, in New Haven. Died, 1712, in CT.
               He married, first, Deborah Peacock, after 1664, in CT. He 
               married, second, Hannah Jones Falconer, after 1705, in CT.
         iii.  Samuel Clark. Born, after 1640, in New Haven. Died, 22 Feb
               1729/0, in New Haven, CT. He married, first, Hannah Tuttle, 7
               Nov 1672, in New Haven, CT. He married, second, Mary Thompson,
               18 Apr 1717, in New Haven, CT.
          iv.  Sarah Clark. Born, after 1640, in New Haven. She married William
               Wooding, after 1660, in CT.
           v.  Susan Clark. Born, after 1640, in New Haven. She married James 
               Kelly, after 1660, in CT.
          vi.  Ebenezer Clark. Born, 29 Nov 1651, in New Haven, CT. He married,
               first, Sarah unknown, after 1680, in CT. He married, second,
               Elizabeth Parker, 22 Dec 1696, in CT.

He married, second, Ann Wakefield, 17 Oct 1661, in New Haven, CT. Born, after 1635, in Eng/CT.

85. Sarah[9] Harvey/Fernes (A287). Died, 17 Oct 1661, in CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married James Clark (84) (A286).

86. George[9] Creekmore (A384). Born, 1600 (?), in Norfolkshire, Eng. The attribution of George Creekmore as the father of Edmund Creekmore of Norfolk Co., VA, is based soley on the birth record entry in the IGI for Norfolkshire, England. At this time this compiler has no other evidence to prove the relationship. Further research in England is required to verify this assumption.

He married Margaret Rook (87) (A385), 15 Oct 1621, in St. Mary Cosla, Norwich, Norfolk, Eng. Children:

  60       i.  Edmund[8] Creekmore.
          ii.  Ester Creekmore. Christened, 13 Feb 1624/5, in St. Mary Cosla, 
               Norwich, Norfolk, Eng.
         iii.  Anne Creekmore. Christened, 1 Nov 1629, in St. Mary Cosla, 
               Norwich, Norfolk, Eng.
          iv.  Amos Creekmore. Christened, 1 Nov 1629, in St. Mary Cosla, 
               Norwich, Norfolk, Eng.

87. Margaret[9] Rook (A385). Born in Eng. Died in Eng. Occupation: housewife.

She married George Creekmore (86) (A384).

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88. George[9] Ballentine (A392). Born in Eng/Scot. Died, 1702, in Norfolk Co., VA. Prob of Est: 15 May 1702, in Norfolk Co., VA. Immigration: circa 1645, in Norfolk Co., VA. Servant to, Christ. Burrow. Occupation: Tanner.

      WILL of GEORGE BALLINTINE, Sr., Norfolk CO., Virginia, Deed Book 6, f.
206, Proved 15 May 1702, Made 2 September 1700. Abstract from McIntosh, Brief
Abstract of Lower Norfolk County and Norfolk County Wills, 1637-1710, p. 177.
      George Ballintine sr of the Southern Branch of Elizabeth River in the
County of Norfolk . . .
      I first make my Two Sonns, Thomas and William Ballintine Joynt Executors
. . .
      unto my Sonn George, one Putter Dish and the other Putter Dish unto my
Sonn John Ballintine . . .
      unto my Sonn Alexander Balintine a great table . . .
      unto my Sonn Richard Balantine the little table . . .
      unto my well beloved Daughter Mary the wife of Roger Hodges a Gold Ring .
. .
      unto my Loving Daughter Dorothy wife of John Creekmore a loocking Glass
and a Candle Coup . . .
      unto my Loving Daughter Frances wife of Henry Deale a Silver Dram Coup .
. .
      unto my Sonn Daniell the best feather bed . . .my great bible . .
      my Grandaughter Mary Hodgis . . . one trunk . . .
      unto my Wives grand Daughte Margarett M--------- one Ewe . . .
      wife ffrances . . .
      Son David bee at age at Sixteen . . .
      Witnesses: Thomas Nash, John P----------ke.
      George Balantine and his marke.
      Proved 15 May 1702 by John Portlocke & Thomas Nash.

He married Frances Yates (89) (A393), circa 1661, in Norfolk Co., VA. Children:

  62       i.  John[8] Ballentine.
          ii.  Dorothy Ballentine. Born, circa 1660, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died,
               after 1709, in Norfolk Co., VA. She married John Creekmore,
               before 1690, in Norfolk Co., VA.
         iii.  Margaret Ballentine. Born, after 1661, in Norfolk, Norfolk Co., 
               VA. Died, after 1695, in VA. She married, first, John Markham,
               before 1693, in VA. She married, second, Edward LLewellyn, after
               1694, in VA.
          iv.  William Ballentine. Born, before 1680, in Norfolk, Norfolk Co., 
               VA. Died, before 1716, in VA. He married Elizabeth.
           v.  Thomas Ballentine. Born, before 1680, in Norfolk, Norfolk Co., 
               VA. Died, before 1716, in VA.
          vi.  Thomas Ballentine. Born, before 1680, in Norfolk Co., VA. Died,
               before 1716, in Norfolk Co., VA. He married Sarah.
         vii.  Mary Ballentine. Born, before 1684, in Norfolk, Norfolk Co., VA.
               Prob of Est: 21 May 1736, in Norfolk Co., VA, made, 10 Jan 1735.
               Occupation: housewife. She married Roger Hodges, before 1700, in
               VA.
        viii.  Alexander Ballentine. Born, after 1684, in Norfolk, Norfolk Co.,
               VA. Died, 1715, in Norfolk, Norfolk Co., VA. Prob of Est: 20 May
               1715, in Norfolk Co., VA, made, 13 Jan 1714/5. He married

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               Margaret.
          ix.  Richard Ballentine. Born, after 1684, in Norfolk, Norfolk Co., 
               VA. Prob of Est: 1734, in Norfolk Co., VA.
           x.  Daniel Ballentine. Born, after 1684, in Norfolk, Norfolk Co., 
               VA. Died, before 1700, in VA.
          xi.  David Ballentine. Born, after 1684, in Norfolk, Norfolk Co., VA.
               Prob of Est: 16 Mar 1753, in Norfolk Co., VA, made, 11 Mar 1750.

89. Frances[9] Yates (John, 98) (A393). Born, circa 1640. Died in VA. Occupation: housewife.

She married, first, Richard Markham.

She married, second, George Ballentine (88) (A392).

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90(A) Thomas Nicholl (A530). Wrawby, Lincs., Eng. REF: Hatcher 74 TAG, April 1999.

He married ----- George. Children:

	   i.   Jane Nicholl.

90(B) ----- George (A531). Wrawby, Lincs., Eng.

90. John[10] Frost (A540). Born, 1615 (?), in Eng. Occupation: farmer.

He married Abigail unknown (91) (A541), 1640 (?). Children:

  72       i.  John[9] Frost.

91. Abigail[10] unknown (A541). Born, 1620 (?), in Eng. Occupation: housewife.

She married John Frost (90) (A540).

92. William[10] Payne (A542). Born, 1620 (?), in Eng. Died, 1684, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT. Occupation: farmer.

He married, first, an anonymous woman (93) (A543), circa 1640 (?), in New Haven, CT?. Children:

  73       i.  Mercy[9] Payne.
          ii.  Elizabeth Payne. Born, circa 1646, in New Haven, CT. Died, after
               1666, in CT. Occupation: housewife. She married[46] Thomas 
               Sanford, 11 Oct 1666, in New Haven, CT.
         iii.  John Payne. Born, circa 1649, in New Haven, CT. Died, 4 Jun
               1729, in New Haven, CT. He married, first, Abigail Brockett, 22
               Jan 1672/3, in New Haven, CT. He married, second, Mary Little,
               circa 1694, in New Haven, CT.

He married, second, Mary Edwards Brown, after 1668, in New Haven, CT. Born, 1620 (?), in Eng. Died, 7 Dec 1693, in New Haven, New Haven Co., CT.

93. Anonymous woman. Died, before 1668, in CT. Occupation: housewife.

She married William Payne (92) (A542).

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94. John[10] Sperry[47] (A544). Born, 1540, in Eng. Died, before 1613, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, Eng. Occupation: farmer.

He married Agnes Rawlins (95) (A545), 19 May 1562, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, Eng. Children:

           i.  John[9] Sperry. Born, 1564, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, 
               Eng. Died, circa 1566, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, Eng.
          ii.  Judith Sperry. Born, circa 1565, in Thurleigh Par., 
               Bedfordshire, Eng.
  74     iii.  John Sperry.
          iv.  Thomas Sperry. Born, circa 1569, in Thurleigh Par., 
               Bedfordshire, Eng.
           v.  Robert Sperry. Born, circa 1570, in Thurleigh Par., 
               Bedfordshire, Eng.
          vi.  Walter Sperry. Born, circa 1575, in Thurleigh Par., 
               Bedfordshire, Eng.

95. Agnes[10] Rawlins (A545). Born, 1540 (?), in Eng. Died, 18 Jun 1613, in Thurleigh Par., Bedfordshire, Eng. Occupation: housewife.

She married John Sperry (94) (A544).

96. John[10] Hotchkiss[48] (A560). Born, 1580, in Dodington, Whitchurch Par., Shropshire, Eng. Died, Jan 1665/6, in Whitchurch Par., Shropshire, Eng. Burial: 10 Jan 1665/6, in Whitchurch Par., Shropshire, Eng. Prob of Est: 14 Mar 1665/6. Occupation: draper.

He married Margaret Nevett (97) (A561). Children:

           i.  John[9] Hotchkiss. Born, before 1607, in Dodington, Whitchurch 
               Par., Shropshire, Eng. Died, 16 May 1681, in Shropshire, Eng. He
               married Alice Benyon, circa 1625 (??) in Eng.
          ii.  Thomas Hotchkiss. Born, circa 1611, in Dodington, Whitchurch 
               Par., Shropshire, Eng. Died, 1693, in Stanton, near Highworth, 
               Wiltshire, Eng. Occupation: rector. He married Grace unknown,
               circa 1630, in Eng.
         iii.  Joshua Hotchkiss. Born, circa 1620 (?), in Dodington, Whitchurch
               Par., Shropshire, Eng. Died, after 1691, in London, Eng. He 
               married Elizabeth Stedman.
  80      iv.  Samuel Hotchkiss.
           v.  Susanna Hotchkiss. Born, circa 1630 (?), in Dodington, 
               Whitchurch Par., Shropshire, Eng. Occupation: housewife. She 
               married John Salmon, 1656, in Shropshire, Eng.
          vi.  Elizabeth Hotchkiss. Born in Dodington, Whitchurch Par., 
               Shropshire, Eng.
         vii.  Barbara Hotchkiss. Born in Dodington, Whitchurch Par., 
               Shropshire, Eng. Died, circa 1675, in Eng. Occupation:
               housewife. She married John Lancaster.

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        viii.  Aurelia Hotchkiss. Born in Dodington, Whitchurch Par., 
               Shropshire, Eng. Occupation: housewife. She married, first, John
               Savage[49]. She married, second, Richard Savage[50].
          ix.  Daniel Hotchkiss. Born in Dodington, Whitchurch Par., 
               Shropshire, Eng. Died, before 1666, in London, Eng?. Occupation:
               Apothecary?.

97. Margaret[10] Nevett (A561), daughter of Thomas Nevett and Ann Taylor. Born in Eng. Buried, 1 Jan 1656/7, in Whitchurch Par., Shropshire, Eng. Occupation: housewife.

She married John Hotchkiss (96) (A560).

98. John[10] Yates (A786). Born, 1595, in Eng. Died, 1648, in Lower Norfolk Co, VA. Prob of Est: 13 Nov 1648, in Lower Norfolk Co, VA, Inventory. Occupation: Shipwright.

He married, first, an anonymous woman, circa 1620 (?), in VA/Eng. Born, circa 1600, in Eng. Died, before 1636, in VA. Occupation: housewife. Children:

           i.  Richard[9] Yates. Prob of Est: 21 May 1679, in Norfolk Co., VA.
               He married Jane/Joane.
          ii.  Johanna/Hannah Yates. Died, Mar 1653, in Lower Norfolk Co, VA.
               Occupation: housewife. She married Thomas Horne, circa 1640, in 
               VA.

He married, second, Joanne Gater/Jobe (99) (A787), circa 1638 (?), in VA. Children:

  89     iii.  Frances Yates.

99. Joanne[10] Gater/Jobe (A787). Born, circa 1616, in Eng?. Died, circa 1664, in Lower Norfolk Co, VA. Prob of Est: 1664, in Norfolk Co., VA. Occupation: housewife.

      WILL of JOANE YATES, Lower Norfolk Co., Virginia, Book E, f. 11, Proved
?, Made 22 October 1664. Abstract from McIntosh, Brief Abstract of Lower
Norfolk County & Norfolk County Wills, p. 23-24.
      my sonne Richard Yates and likewise my daughter ffrancis Vallentine . . .
Executors . . .
      unto my sonne Richard Yates daughter Jone Yates . . .
      to my Daughters ffrancis sonne George Vallentine . . . land adjoining my
grandfathers land in the merke called Baytree hole . . .
      to my Grandaughter Elizabeth Horne . . .
      to my Grandsonne Thomas Horne . . .
      to my grandaughter Hanna Horne . . .
      to my Grandaughter Elizabeth Yates . . .
      to my Grandaughter Mary Yates . . .
      to my Grandsonne Richard Yates . . .
      to my Grandsonne John Markeham . . .

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      to my Grandaughter Mary ffaushaw . . . and not for her husband . .
      to William Retch for . . .

      to my God Daughter Johanna Mortene . . .
      Joane Yates &
      Witnesses: William Retchford; Martha Hatton; John Swaine; John Efreag; Wm
Mortene.

She married John Yates (98) (A786).

________________________________________________________________________________

11th Generation

1,122 Thomas Nevett. Will dated 25 Mar 1607.

1,123 Alyce Taylor, occ. housewife.

_______________________________________________________________________________

12th Generation

2,246 William Taylor, d. 1592, will dated 10 Jan 1592. Whitchurch, Shropshire, Eng.

2,247 Margaret Cotton

_______________________________________________________________________________

13th Generation

4,494 Thomas Cotton, of Whitchurch and Alkington.

4,495 Alice Jonson

_______________________________________________________________________________

14th Generation

8,988 John Cotton

8,989 Katherine Constantine

8,990 Ralph Jonson of Shropshire

_______________________________________________________________________________

15th Generation

17,976 William de Coton of Alkington

17,977 ----- Huls

17,978 Thomas Constantine of Dodington, Shropshire.

_______________________________________________________________________________

16th Generation

35,952 Roger de Coton

35,953 Elen Grymelond

35,954 William Huls of Norbury, co. Chester

_______________________________________________________________________________

17th Generation

71,904 Richard de Coton

71,906 John Grymelond of Alkington

_______________________________________________________________________________

18th Generation

143,808 Hugh de Coton

_______________________________________________________________________________

19th Generation

287,616 Hugh de Coton

287,617 Isabel de Heydon

_______________________________________________________________________________

20th Generation

575,232 Alan de Coton

575,233 Margaret de Acton

575,234 Thomas de Heydon

_______________________________________________________________________________

21st Generation

1,150,464 Sir Hugh de Coton, kt, Lord of Coton, co. Salop, temp. Hen 3.

1,150,465 Elizabeth Tittenlegh

1,150,466 Roger de Acton

_______________________________________________________________________________

22nd Generation

2,300,930 Hamon de Tittenlegh

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NOTES AND REFERENCES

[1]Certificate of Death, KY, file no. 116 63 15308.

[2]Certificate of Death, KY, file no. 116 65 4062.

[3]Certificate of Death.

[4]Certificate of Death, OH, file no. 060815.

[5]Steven Curtis Perkins.

[6]Certificate of Death, KY, file no. 4 17905.

[7]Estate of Elizabeth Campbell appraised and sold in 1859.

[8]Wm. Smith was Administrator of the estate of W. Sperry, 1784.

[9]Named in will of Abel Sperry as his wife.

[10]Will made 26 Feb 1796.

[11]Executor of his father's estate.

[12]Estate Records of Nash Co., NC.

[13]Alive 26 Feb 1796 when she is named in the will of Stephen Batchelor.

[14]Will made 15 Nov. 1760.

[15]Named in will of John Ballentine (1760).

[16]Named in will of John Ballentine (1760).

[17]Jacobus, first four children by Mary. Contra, Frost Gen. & Barnes YB07.

[18]DB from The Frost Gen., p. 384. Is it correct?.

[19]Torrey, p. 696.

[20]Torrey, p. 567.

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NOTES AND REFERENCES

[21]Torrey, p. 390.

[22]Torrey, p. 302.

[23]Torrey, p. 16.

[24]Torrey, p. 568.

[25]Abstract in vol. 81 NEHGS REGISTER p. 129 (1927).

[26]Abstract in vol. 81 NEHGS REGISTER p. 128 (1927).

[27]Torrey, p. 15.

[28]Torrey, p. 737.

[29]Torrey, p. 37.

[30]Torrey, p. 414.

[31]Torrey, p. 101.

[32]Torrey, p. 25.

[33]Torrey, p. 286.

[34]Torrey, p. 44.

[35]Jacobus has Mary and Elizabeth. Barnes YB has Elizabeth only.

[36]Torrey, p. 761 says this is Sarah WINES, wid. of John.

[37]Information from Robert Sperry, 952 Baldwin Pl., Woodbridge, CT, 06525.

[38]Torrey, p. 18.

[39]The Hotchkiss Family; 81 NEHGS REGISTER p. 125 (1927).

[40]Torrance, p. 390.

[41]Torrey, p. 421.

[42]The Hotchkiss Family, p. 1.

[43]The Hotchkiss Family, p. 2.

[44]Jacobus, vol. 121 NEHGS REGISTER pp. 81-91 (1967).

[45]Glazier, 128 NEHGS REGISTER pp. 22-27 (1974).

[46]Torrey, p. 650.

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NOTES AND REFERENCES

[47]Information from Robert Sperry.

[48]The Hotchkiss Family, p. i-ii, xi; Coddington, Hotchkiss in CT Nutmeger.

[49]Cousin to Richard Savage.

[50]Cousin to John Savage.

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