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Samuel Parish [Parents] was born on 12 Feb 1727/1728 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn.. He married Susannah Downing on 11 Apr 1751 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn..

Susannah Downing [Parents] was born on 14 Sep 1727 in Norwich, New London, Conn.. She married Samuel Parish on 11 Apr 1751 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn..

They had the following children:

  F i Susanna Parish was born on 17 Apr 1752 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn..
  F ii Olive Parish was born on 7 Jan 1755 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn..
  M iii Levi Parish was born on 2 Mar 1758 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn..
  M iv Reuben Parish
  F v Julia Parish was born on 28 Oct 1764 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn..
  M vi Elisha Parish was born on 16 Jun 1768 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn..

Lemuel Parish [Parents] was born on 17 Nov 1732. He died on 17 Apr 1821. He married Merviah (Zerviah) Smith on 4 May 1758 in Canterbury, Congregational C, Conn..

Merviah (Zerviah) Smith [Parents] was born on 7 Nov 1741. She died on 13 May 1828. She married Lemuel Parish on 4 May 1758 in Canterbury, Congregational C, Conn..


John Smith.John married Mehitable Adams.

Mehitable Adams.Mehitable married John Smith.

They had the following children:

  F i Merviah (Zerviah) Smith

Jonas Bond Deacon.Jonas married Mary Abigael Parish.

Mary Abigael Parish [Parents] was born in 1734/1735. She married Jonas Bond Deacon.


Elijah Parish ?? [Parents] was born on 7 Feb 1739/1740. He died in 1817 in Goffstown, , New Hampshire. He married Eunice Foster on 11 Feb 1762.

Other marriages:
Waldo, Louisa A.

Eunice Foster.Eunice married Elijah Parish ?? on 11 Feb 1762.


Elijah Parish ?? [Parents] was born on 7 Feb 1739/1740. He died in 1817 in Goffstown, , New Hampshire. He married Louisa A. Waldo on 17 Mar 1805.

Other marriages:
Foster, Eunice

Louisa A. Waldo.Louisa married Elijah Parish ?? on 17 Mar 1805.


Peter Joseph England [Parents] was born on 8 Dec 1891/1892 in Salem, , Mass.. He died on 5 May 1984 in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. He was buried in May 1984 in St. Ann's Cem., Cranston, Rhode Island. He married Mary Beatrice Dubuque on 21 May 1923.

Peter Joseph and Mary Beatrice Dubuque England had nine living children. He was World War I vet, served in France with American Expeditionary Forces, French interpreter in motorcycle force. First child of ten living to Pierre and Alphonsine England.

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Peter ENGLAND
Birth Date: 8 Dec 1891
Death Date: May 1984
Social Security Number: 035-01-1071
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Rhode Island

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 02852
Localities: North Kingstown, Washington, Rhode Island
Wickford, Washington, Rhode Island

Mary Beatrice Dubuque [Parents] was born on 22 Jul 1900 in Mechanicsville, , Conn.. She died on 5 Dec 1962 in , , Fl. She was buried in Dec 1962 in St. Helen's Cem., Cranston, Ri. She married Peter Joseph England on 21 May 1923.

Mary Beatrice Dubuque was first daughter to Nelson and Melvina Dubuque.
Mary Beatrice died 5 Dec 1962, age 62 yrs, 5 mo. in Florida en route to California to visit daughters.

They had the following children:

  M i Living
  M ii Living
  F iii Ruth Agnes England
  F iv Living
  M v Living
  F vi Living
  F vii Living
  M viii Living
  F ix Living

Jacob M.?? or Wiltsie Wiltse [Parents] was born about 1731 in Jamaica, Queens, New York. He was christened on 30 Oct 1731 in Jamaica, Queens, New York. He died about 1800 in Jamaica, Queens, New York. He was buried about 1800 in Jamaica, Queens, New York. He married Nancy (Nina) or Elizabeth Smith in 1754 in , , New York.

Other marriages:
Snyder, Amy (Eeme Schneyder)

Another date for being baptized given as 17 Oct 1731.

Jacob served in the 7th Reg. Albany Co. Militia and was promoted to Lieutenant and served under Col. Abe Van Alstine.

p. 144
19-4-1761, Jannetje dau., of Jacob Wilsie and Ennie (Amy) Snyder 25-7-1765, Antie dau., of Jacob Wilse and Aena Snider

p.145
18-10-1766, Elizabeth, dau. of Jacob Wilse and Emme Snider 11-6-1769, Daniel, son of Jacob Wilsie and Eeme Snyder 14-10-1770, Femmetie, dau. of Jacob Wilse and Eeme Snyder 15-1?-1772, Martinues, son of Jacob Wilse and eeme Snyder =============
DAR Lineage Books (110 vols) - The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 26 page 150

Mrs. Harriett Eliza Brown Blodgett.
DAR ID Number: 25415
Born in Wheatland, New York.
Widow of Charles Whitcomb Blodgett.
Descendant of Ensign Jehiel Bouton, Jehiel Bouton, Jr., John [p.150] Valentine, Herman Hilliker and Lieut.
Jacob Wiltse, and Thomas Brown. Daughter of Benjamin Brown, Jr., and Margaret Jane Valentine, his wife. Granddaughter of Benjamin Brown (b. 1777) and Abigail Bouton (b. 1779), his wife; Peter Valentine and Elizabeth Hilliker, his wife. gr.-granddaughter of Sherman Brown (b. 1741) and Rachel Lockwood, his wife; Jehiel Bouton, Jr., and Lois Dickson, his wife; John Valentine and Hannah Wiltse, his wife; Herman Hilliker and Jeanette Soulice, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Brown and Susannah Sherman, his wife; Jehiel Bouton and Anna Finch, his wife, m. 1754; Jacob Wiltse and Amy Snyder, his wife. Jehiel Bouton, (1731-1800), served as ensign under Capt. Samuel Lewis in the Westchester County, N. Y. militia, 1780-82. He was born in New Canaan, Conn. Jehiel Bouton, Jr., (1755-1830), served as a private in Capt. Ebenezer Slason's company, Westchester County, New York militia. He died in Knox Co., Ohio. John Valentine, (1761-1833), served as a private in the New York militia under Capt. Davis and Col. Whiting. He was born in Westchester; died in Fishkill, N. Y. Herman Hilliker, (1737-1822), served as a private, 1778, in the Westchester County militia, Capt. Samuel Haight's Company, Col. Samuel Drake's regiment. He died in Rennsalaer Co., N. Y.
Jacob Wiltse, (1731-1800), served as second lieutenant in Capt. John Schermerhorn's company, 14th Albany County regiment, 1780. He was born in Jamaica, L. I.; died in Fishkill, N. Y. Thomas Brown served in the Connecticut militia. He died, 1782, in Greenwich, Conn.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 35 page 242

Mrs. Carolyn Schenck Annan Norton.
DAR ID Number: 34697
Born in Fishkill-on-Hudson, New York.
Wife of Elliott Howard Norton.
[p.242] Descendant of Col. Jacob Blackwell, Ensign Theodorus Brett, Lieut. Daniel Annan and Major Henry
Schenck, all of New York. Daughter of Alexander Annan and Elvina Schenck, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel D. Annan, M. D. and Margaret Brett, his wife; Samuel Blackwell Schenck and Caroline Knight, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Annan and Elizabeth Allen, his wife; Theodorus Brett and Mary Wiltse, his wife, m. 1780; Henry Schenck, Jr. and Lydia Hallett Blackwell, his wife. Gr.
-gr. -granddaughter of Henry Schenck and Hannah Brett, his wife; Samuel Blackwell and Mary Whitehead Field, his wife. Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Blackwell and Lydia Hallet, his second wife. Jacob Blackwell, (1717-80), gave both civil and military service in Queen's county. He was born in avenswood, L. I., where he died. Also Nos. 23209, 29582. Theodorus Brett, (1756-1822), served as ensign in Capt. Jonas Week's company. He was born and died in Fishkill. Daniel Annan, (1753-1844), served as lieutenant in the Dutchess county militia. Also Nos. 16394, 20567, 21726, 29158.
Henry Schenck, (1743-99), was major of the Dutchess county minute men. He served also as a member of the Third Provincial Congress. Also Nos. 6878, 12869.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108 page 147

Mrs. Harriet E. Davis Veazie.
DAR ID Number: 107440
Born in Brockport, N. Y.
Wife of Clark Henry Veazie.
Descendant of Sergt. John Valentine, John Valentine, Jr., Herman Hilliker, and lieut. Jacob Wiltsie, as follows:

1. Isaac Davis (1802-90) m. 2nd 1843 Susan Budd Valentine (1814-61).
2. Peter Valentine (1786-1865) m. 1807 Elizabeth Hilliker (1782-1874).
3. John Valentine, Jr., m. Hannah Wiltse (1763-1857); Herman Hilliker m. Jeannette (Jane) Soulice.
4. John Valentine m. Charity Dean; Jacob Wiltse m. Amy Snyder. [p.147] John Valentine served as private and sergeant in Capt. Christian Brown's company, Col. Peter Van Cortland's New York troops, He was born, 1720, in Westchester; died in East Chester, N. Y. John Valentine, Jr. (1761-1833) served as private in Captain Davis' company, Colonel Whitney's regiment. He was born in Westchester County; died in Fishkill, N. Y. Jacob Wiltse (1731-1800) served as lieutenant in Capt. John Schermerhorn's company, Col. Van Rensellaer's New York regiment. He was born in Jamaica, L. I.; died in Fishkill, N.Y. Herman Hilliker (1737-1822) served as private in Captain Haight's company, Colonel Drake's 3rd New York regiment. He was born in Philipsborough; died in Rensselaer County, N.Y.

Nancy (Nina) or Elizabeth Smith [Parents] was born in 1734. She died in 1757 in , , New York. She married Jacob M.?? or Wiltsie Wiltse in 1754 in , , New York.

They had the following children:

  M i Joseph Wiltse Sr.
  F ii Debora or Deborah Wiltse

Samuel Fish [Parents] was born about 1656/1657 in , , Conn.. He was christened on 18 Apr 1695 in First, Congregational, Church, Stonington. He died on 27 Feb 1733 in Groton, , Conn.. He was buried in Feb 1733 in Packer Cem., Groton, Conn.. He married Dorothy Wheeler Smith (widow).

Other marriages:
Stark, Sarah

Capt. Samuel Fish, youngest son of John and Mary (Ireland) Fish, was b. 1656. His father appeared at Mystic and Groton, Conn., in 1655, so presumeably he was b. at Mystic (others say New London). He was bapt. at Stonington, Conn.
in 1680. His estate, inherited from his father, John, was situated between the Mystic River and the northeastern slope of Fort Hill. Near the center of his lands was Pequot Hill, on the northeastern slope of which, between the present highway that runs parallel with it and the river, he erected his house.
The old cellar, in the west end of the field belonging to the late Russell Fish Esq., may still be traced (1872) by a depression in the earth. He was a captain in the French and Indian War (1676). He was admitted to the first church at Stonington Apr. 18, 1689. His name appears in patent of New London in 1704, the year prior to the incorporation of Groton. He was the second selectman at Groton on its organization and was reelected to this position for many years. He m. about 1682/83 Sarah Stark, who was b. 1660, dau. of Aaron Starke, Sr. She d. Dec. 11, 1722 and he m. (2) Dorothy (Wheeler) Smith. He d.
Feb. 27, 1733. He was a Representative to the Gen. COurt of Connecticut in 1706-07-08-12 a man of dignity and influence. He lies buried in the old Packer Burying Ground at Groton.

Dorothy Wheeler Smith (widow).Dorothy married Samuel Fish.


David Fish [Parents] was born about 1695 in , , Conn.. He was christened on 18 Apr 1695. He died about 1758. He married Grace Palmer on 30 Mar 1721.

Other marriages:
, Mary

Grace Palmer.Grace married David Fish on 30 Mar 1721.

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