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Noah PHELPS * (26)(27d)

was born on 23 Jan 1694 in Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.   He died about 1794 in Hillsdale, Columbia Co., NY.   Noah first settled in Hebron, Connecticutt then relocated to Hillsdale, New York, where he died in his 100th year.

He was married to Anna DYER * on 1 Oct 1719 in NY.

Anna DYER *

Children of Noah and Anna Phelps were:

i.   Noah PHELPS *.

ii.   Barrett PHELPS (27b)

was born on 20 Sep 1722 in Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.   He died in 1789 in Cambridge, Washington Co., NY.   Barrett married 13 or 15 February 1751, Hannah Bigelow (b.Colchester, CT., d.1 June 1806, Cambridge, NY).   They had 10 children all born in Hebron,Ct., except the 9th and 10th.    They resided in Hebron, CT., until 1766 when the relocated to Belcher, NY (?), for two years then back to Hebron.   Late in life he and some of his children settled in Cambridge, NY, where he died.   From 25 August to 2 November 1777, he served in Capt. Skinner's Company during the Revolutionary War.

iii.   Elijah PHELPS

was born on 31 Jul 1724 in Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.   Elijah married Jemima Wilcox.

iv.   Mary PHELPS

was born on 1 May 1726 in Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.   Mary married John Rollo.

v.   Hannah PHELPS

was born on 28 Feb 1727 in Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.   Hannah married 10 March 1748, Jonathan Sackett (b.26 December 1727, Hebron, CT).

vi.   Anna PHELPS

was born on 1 Feb 1730 in Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.

vii.   James PHELPS

was born about 1732 in Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.   James married Rebecca Curtis.

viii.   Abijah PHELPS

was born on 8 Mar 1734 in Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.   Abijah married 1st, Huldah Hutchinson and 2nd, Susannah (Noble) Miller.   He may have been married three times.

ix.   Asa PHELPS

was born about 1736 in Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.   Asa married Martha Bronson.


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"The Phelps Family of America", is not an accurate source data
and that one should authenticate their use of this source before assuming it is factual.