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Elizabeth HART md.(2) Emanuel LONG. They had 4 children.

Marriage: Elizabeth (Betsey) HART md (1) James HOLMES. Elizabeth HART md (2) Emanuel LONG. 
HART, Elizabeth (Betsy) (I27)
 
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marriage: Mr. SMILEY md Elizabeth TURNER ABT. 1776, Ballynegrechin, Down, EIR. 
SMILEY, Mr. (I118)
 
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BIOGRAPHY: Richard GOLIGHTLY, b. 15 June, 1806,Newcastle-upon-Tyne, North., ENG. md. Isabella RICHARDSON, 15 Apr 1827, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, North., Eng. Joined Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in 1851. He and his wife left England for the United States same year.They arrived in Utah, 1852, and established the Globe Bakery, one of the first bakeries in Salt Lake City.
He & his wife, Isabella, at age 45, with her children, Jane, Elizabeth, Thomas, and John, crossed the plains in the same year, and on arrival in Salt Lake City, the daughters, went to work for their father in the bakery.
Jane married Thomas Winter 10 Jan, 1856; Elixabeth married George D. Watt; Thomas marries Julia Ann Morris 23 Nov 1867; John never married.
Isabella died 14 May, 1854, and was buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.
Richard married 4 women besides Isabella. They were: Jane Chennell, Elizabeth Jessup, Mary Bonsey, and Jane Thorn.
He died 11 Feb, 1872, in Salt Lake City.

(Facts by Nora Lund, D.U.P., submitted by Arvilla Hardin, great grand daughter, Dec 1967. 
GOLIGHTLY, Richard (I16)
 
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Frances Ada CONK md (1) Thomas Richard GOLIGHTLY, 6 April, 1896. Divorced 17 October, 1899.

Marriage: Frances Ada CONK md (2) Ernest Claude BAXTER, 25 December, 1901, Salt Lake City,
Salt Lake, UT. 
CONK, Frances Ada (I5)
 
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Frances Mary Ann CROSSLAND married Ivins "C" CONK 30 May, 1865, Salt Lake City SLC, UT.

BIRTH: Frances Mary Ann CROSSLAND was born at 35 Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell, London, Middlesex, ENG.

DEATH: She died: 15 January, 1923, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA.

BURIAL: She was buried: 18 January, 1923, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA. 
CROSLAND, Frances Mary Ann (I11)
 
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Marriage: He married (1) Elizabeth PERKINS, 04-18-1757, Hemingford, Huntingdonshire, ENG. 
MERRIOTT Or MERITT, John (I714)
 
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Marriage: James HARRISON md Dorothy ELLISON, 9 July,1682, Whickham, Durham, ENG.

Sources: Sources: www.FamilySearch.org,FamilySearch Ancestral File, Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay Saints

Sources: Ancestry.com, Ancestry World Tree Project 
HARRISON, James (I1051)
 
8 !BIRITH-BURIAL: Reneau Family History; Allied Families of Newberry, Boring,Winegar, Smith, Graybill, and Neal. Film 1036827. By Margie Reneau Lanphere. Book in SLC, Genealogy library; 929.273 R29 2a.
Secratus Williams was the son of Elizabeth Haskins. He was born on 24 mar 1845 in Des Moines, Lee Iowa. He was the half brother of Alma Moroni, Joseph Hyrum, Heber, Mary Elizabeth, Jolana Emily, and Daniel.It is believed that he died young. Most likely in Des Moines, Lee, Iowa. 
Williams, Serastus (I1330)
 
9 !BIRITH-MARRIAGE-BURIAL: Reneau Family History; Allied Families of Newberry, Boring,Winegar, Smith, Graybill, and Neal. Film 1036827. By Margie Reneau Lanphere. Book in SLC, Genealogy library; 929.273 R29 2a. Abraham Heber married Massie Almira on 4 July 1870 at Red Oak, Iowa. Abraham was born on 26 Aug 1849 in Precinct of Kanesville, Pottawattamie, Iowa. He died on 2 Jan 1923 at his home, south of Tryon, Mcpherson, Nebraska. Newberry, Abraham Heber (I1263)
 
10 !BIRITH-MARRIAGE-BURIAL: Reneau Family History; Allied Families of Newberry, Boring,Winegar, Smith, Graybill, and Neal. Film 1036827. By Margie Reneau Lanphere. Book in SLC, Genealogy library; 929.273 R29 2a. Joana Emily the daughter of James Newberry and Elizabeth Haskins was born on 5 June 1852 in Kanesville, Iowa. She was married to Henry Winegar on 21 Aug 1871 in Pottawattamie, Iowa.Jolana died on 29 Nov 1935 near Humansville, Missouri. She was buried at the Mound Grove
Cemetery, Independence, Missouri. 
Newberry, Jolana (Julianna) Emily (I1254)
 
11 !BIRTH-DEATH: Deaths in Nauvoo, Kirkland, and Missouri. Temple Ordinances Performed. Film 413034; #: 540. Mary Newbery was born 1772 in Hancock, Ill(probably should read 1792) of Nauvoo, Illinois. Died 2 Dec 1842; baptism; 20 Oct 1919; Endowement; 5 Nov 1919. CONFLICT:
The month that Mary died seems to vary on the source used. I have seen Dec, Jan and Feb 1842 in various records for her death.

!BIRTH-Death: LDS Church Record Archives; family group records. Mary Smith was born on 11 June 1792 in Warwick, Orange, New York, She married James Newberry 24 Aug 1811. The place not known. She died on 7 Feb 1842 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois. CONFLICT: This date differs from the one above. Her father was Samuel Smith and Jane Stephens.

!BIRTH: Research by Sue Simonich, 11207 S.E. 218th Pl. Kent, WA 98031. McColl Document about 1938 in Sue Simonich possession. This document was obtained from Wilma Newberry of Buffalo, New York. COMMENT: Not all of the information is correct. Mary the daughter of James Newberry was born on 24 Aug 1811 in Warwick, Orange, New York.

!BIRTH-DEATH: Barbara DiMunno 66 Beattie Ave, Middletown, NY 10940.
Email bdimunno@pioneeris.net. She is a researcher that was hired in New York on the Newberry and Smith lines. Sue Simmonick hired her with the help of 4 others with the cost. Mary was the daughter of Smauel Smith and Jane Stevens. She was born on 11 June 1792 and died on 2 Dec 1842. The place of birth has been determined as most likely in Warwick, New York. However, it appears she could have been born in New Jersey, which at one time was considered New York. Warwick is on the border of New York and New Jersey. The death date varies. Some times in records it is Dec and other times its Feb.

!SEALING-PARENT: LDS IGI, July 1996 edn, U.S. Batch #: 7534508, Source #: 10581101, Ser #: 28. Mary Smith was born 11 June 1792 in Warwick, Orange, New York. She was the daughter of Samuel Smith and Jane Stevens.

!Patriarchal Blessing of Mary Smith Newberry by Hyrum Smith in 1841. SLC Historical Building. Mary Smith was born 11 June 1792 to Samuel Smith and Jane.

!MARRIAGE: Could have been married in Mill, Ohio or Warwick, Orange, New York. No sources for this information.

!BURIAL: Ella Huffaker- Newberry Genealogy, of Gooding, Idaho. Genealogy written by Mrs. Huffaker who was the daughter of Franklin Newberry Morris and the grand daughter of Hannah Marie Newberry Morris. Found on the internet on Sue Simonich websight on George Morris. Sue Simonick is from Kent, Washington. (2001. Mary died in Nauvoo on 20 Nov 1842. NOTE: This is a different date of death for Mary. She was the daughter of Sameul Smith and Jane Stevens. 
Smith, Mary (I1271)
 
12 !BIRTH-DEATH: Genealogy of the Benedicts in America. H.M. Benedict. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. Vol 1, p. 52. John and Thomas sons of James Benedict and Sarah were born on 3 October 1726 at Ridgefield, Fairfield, Connecticut. John was buried on 9 July 1814.

!BIRTH: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Ridgefield, Connecticut. Film 2893. Ridgefield Vital Records; Vol LR1; p. 207. John and Thomas, twins, sons of James Benedict and Sarah was born on 4 October 1726 in Ridgefield, Fairfield, Connecticut. CONFLICT: This record seems to be a more correct record then the Benedict history.

!MARRIAGE: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Ridgefield, Connecticut. Film 2893. Ridgefield Vital Records; Vol LR1; p. 233. John Benedict married Esther Stevvins on 24 Jan 1749/50 in Ridgefield, Fairfield, Connecticut. 
Benedict, John (I1397)
 
13 !BIRTH-DEATH: Genealogy of the Benedicts in America. H.M. Benedict. Logan LDS branch library. Vol 1, p. 65-66. Joseph the son of James Benedict and Mary Blackman was born on 11 May 1760. He died on 20 Jan 1847. Benedict, Joseph (I1652)
 
14 !BIRTH-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 86. Samuel the son of Joseph Blackman was born about 1682. Samuel was living in 1700 but probably dead by 1714. Blackman, Samuel (I1462)
 
15 !BIRTH-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Stratford, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Stratford; D3s; p. 1210. Francis had the following children who were most likely born in Kent, England. Isaac, Samuel, Mary, Elizabeth who died at Stratford in 1694, Rebecca who died 28 March 1690 in Fairfield, and Hannah who married Joseph Blakeman, of Stratford, on 14 July 1675. Elizababeth died in the year 1694. An administration was granted to brother Samuel Hall on 6 November 1694. Since Samuel was deceased, his widow Susannah was appointed to complete the administration. COMMENT: Where the children born in Kent or Warwick, England.

!FATHER-BROTHERS-SISTERS: Early Connecticut Probate Records. Hartford District. 1635-1700. Found at the LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Hartford; S2m; p. 457. Francis Hall of Stratford, Connecticut had his will dated 6 May 1686. His wife was previously married to John Blakeman. Francis had the following children: Isaac, Samuel, Mary, Elizabeth, and Rebecka. He gave Hannah a horse and a heifer.

!BIRTH: Genealogical Dictionary of the first settlers in New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 2, D-J; p. 333. Frances was living in New Haven in 1639 and settled at Stratford, Fairfield after 1648. His wife was named Elizabth. His children by his first wife Elizabeth were Mary, Elizabeth, Rebecca and Hannah.

!DEATH: Hall Surname Page. Stephen Chinn. Internet Web Sight. http://history.cc.ukans.edu/heritage/cousin/hall.html Elizabeth Hall inventory was on 30 April 1694 in Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut. 
Hall, Elizabeth (I1635)
 
16 !BIRTH-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Stratford, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Stratford; D3s; p. 1210. Francis had the following children who were most likely born in Kent, England. Isaac, Samuel, Mary, Elizabeth, Rebecca who died 28 March 1690 in Fairfield, and Hannah who married Joseph Blakeman, of Stratford, on 14 July 1675. Isaac the son of Francis died in May 1714 in Stratfield, Fairfield, Connecticut. He left a will 13 May 1714. COMMENT: Where the children born in Kent or Warwick, England.


!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. Logan LDS branch library. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 248-252. Isaac the son of Francis died in May 1714. He married Lydia Knapp on 16 Jan 1666 in Fairfield, Connecticut. Isaac left a will on 13 May 1714 in Fairfield, Connecticut.

!FATHER-BROTHERS-SISTERS: Early Connecticut Probate Records. Hartford District. 1635-1700. Found at the LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Hartford; S2m; p. 457. Francis Hall of Stratford, Connecticut had his will dated 6 May 1686. His wife was previously married to John Blakeman. Francis had the following children: Isaac, Samuel, Mary, Elizabeth, and Rebecka. He gave Hannah a horse and a heifer. 
Hall, Isaac (I1628)
 
17 !BIRTH-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Stratford, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Stratford; D3s; Vol 1-3; p. 1210. Francis had the following children who were most likely born in Kent, England. Isaac, Samuel, Mary, Elizabeth, Rebecca who died 28 March 1690 in Fairfield, and Hannah who married Joseph Blakeman, of Stratford, on 14 July 1675. Mary died at Stratford in 1716. Her will was dated 1 December 1714 and proved 28 Nov 1716. Mary was born about 1635. Winthrop called her age 24 in 1659.
COMMENT: Where the children born in Kent or Warwick, England?

!FATHER-BROTHERS-SISTERS: Early Connecticut Probate Records. Hartford District. 1635-1700. Found at the LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Hartford; S2m; p. 457. Francis Hall of Stratford, Connecticut had his will dated 6 May 1686. His wife was previously married to John Blakeman. Francis had the following children: Isaac, Samuel, Mary, Elizabeth, and Rebecka. He gave Hannah a horse and a heifer.

!BIRTH: Genealogical Dictionary of the first settlers in New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 2, D-J; p. 333. Frances was living in New Haven in 1639 and settled at Stratford, Fairfield after 1648. His wife was named Elizabth. His children by his first wife Elizabeth were Mary, Elizabeth, Rebecca and Hannah. 
Hall, Mary (I1634)
 
18 !BIRTH-DEATH: History of the town Stonington, New London, Connecticut from its 1st settlements. 1649-1900. U.S. Conn; New London, Stonington; D3w; p. 276-278. The author writes: "Owing to the neglect of many of the progenitors of this family to place on Church, Probate, Town or Family records a correct statement of their marriages and birth dates of their children, it makes it very difficult, if not well nigh impossible, to write and compile a full and correct genealogy of the family. A George Burch appears in the town of Salem, Mass, where he married a Elizabeth about 1658." NOTE: We do not come from this line. Savage's Dictionary also tells us of a Joseph Burch of Dorchester, Mass, but the history of Dorchester, published in 1859, makes no mention of the Burch family. Jeremiah Burch, the first family that appears in Stonington, Connecticut, came her before 1670, and had a grant of land east of the present village of Clarke's Falls. Jeremiah Burch died in 1704 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut.
NOTE: I have in my files that Jeremiah died about 1716 also. Both burial dates need to be checked. 
Burch, Jeremiah (I1587)
 
19 !BIRTH-Descendants of Francis Brown. Fairfield County, Connecticut. Internet Web sight. http://www.rootsweb.com/~ctfairfi/stamford/brown_data2.htm Francis Brown was born about 1628 in England. He married Adrea Corlet? about 1654 possibly in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut. Ruscoe, Lydia or Audrey (I1555)
 
20 !BIRTH-Descendants of Francis Brown. Fairfield County, Connecticut. Internet Web sight. http://www.rootsweb.com/~ctfairfi/stamford/brown_data2.htm Francis Brown was born about 1628 in England. He married Adrea Corlet? about 1654 possibly in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut. He married Martha Chapman 17 December 1657 at Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut. Francis married Judith Ogden about 1680. Brown, Francis (I1552)
 
21 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-BURIAL: Ella Huffaker- Newberry Genealogy, of Gooding, Idaho. Genealogy written by Mrs. Huffaker who was the daughter of Franklin Newberry Morris and the grand daughter of Hannah Marie Newberry Morris. Found on the internet on Sue Simonich websight on George Morris. Sue Simonick is from Kent, Washington. (2001. Phebe Newberry was married to James Smith. This was his second marriage. He was the son of Samuel Smith and Mary Mapes, who was born 1780 and died 4 July 1842. No place give. NOTE: The dates of his birth do not support that he's mother was Mary Mapes.

!BIRTH: Descendants of Samuel Smith. Recieved from Terry Hurd. Author unknown. I recieved this document from Sue Simonich. Her address is: 11207 SE 218th PL. James Smith was born abt 1780, Smith's Clove, Orange, New York. He died on 4 July 1842 in Monroe, Orange, New York. He married Phoebe Newberry abt 1799. James married I. Hallock about 1811. His grandfather was Samuel Smith who married 2nd Mary Mapes. 
Smith, James (I1297)
 
22 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-BURIAL: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 237-238. Jachin the son of John Gregory and Sarah was born about 1640 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut. Jachin married a Mary. His inventory was dated 22 February 1697/8. His children were as follows: Thomas, Samuel, Mathew, Jachin, Mary, and Sarah.

!BIRTH: Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 2; D-J; p. 312. John removed to Norwalk in 1653, with all his children probably John, Jachin, Thomas, Joseph, and Sarah. 
Gregory, Jachin (I1624)
 
23 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-BURIAL: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 237. Judah the son of John Gregory and Sarah was born about 1640 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut. Judah Gregory married Hannah Hoyt daughter of Walter Hoyt. He died in 1733 in Danbury, Fairfield, Connecticut.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 2; D-J; p. 312. John removed to Norwalk, with all his children probably John, Jachin, Thomas, Joseph, and Sarah. Judah, Norwalk, perhaps son of John Gregory married 20 October 1664 Hannah daughter of Walter haite. 
Gregory, Judah (I1625)
 
24 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-BURIAL: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache. Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 236-237. John was a shoemaker. He lived in New Haven but then moved to Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut. John the son of Henry Gregory was born about 1614. He married Sarah abt 1635. He died in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut in the year 1689. His will is dated 15 Aug 1689. He left a wife named Sarah. She had two daughter to recieve equally and a son-in-law James Benedict to have as much as John Benedict had. Gregory, John (I1501)
 
25 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH-WILL: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol. 1-3. p. 61. Thomas Benedict was the son of William Benedict in Nottingham, England. He was born about 1617 and came to New England about 1638. He settled in Southold, Long Island and also lived in Huntington and Jamaica, Long Island. He removed to Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut. He died early in 1690. Thomas Benedict married Mary Bridgum. His will on 28 February 1689/90 states: wife Mary; sons Daniel and John Benedict; grandchild Thomas son of Elizabeth Slawson; grandchild Elizabeth Slawson; grandchild Thomas Benedict; grandchild Samuel Benedict; grandchild John the eldest son of John; Joana Benedict (mentions her grandmother); daughter Rebecca Wood; daughter Sarah; grandchild Mary Olmsted; grandchild Hannah Benedict. John and Samuel Benedict, his sons, were the overseers. The inventory was dated 18 March 1689/90.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Catologue of the names of the Early Puriton Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut. Records collected from Royal R. Hinman. LDS branch library of Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; H2H; p. 190-193. Thomas Benedict, born about 1617, was the son of William Benedict, Nottinghamshire, England. He married Mary Bridgum and was a weaver by trade. His father married a second wife, Mrs. Bridgum, a widow, whose daughter Mary, married Thomas when she become of age about 1638. They had nine children; Thomas, John, Samuel, James, Daniel, Betty, Mary, Sarah and Rebecca.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Genealogy of the Benedicts in America. H.M. Benedict. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. Vol 1, p. 2. Thomas was the son of William Benedict who came to America. His father was from Nottinghamshire, England. Thomas father married 2nd Mrs. Bridgum after his first wife died. Thomas married Mary Bridgum when she became of age. Thomas Benedict and Mary Bridgum had the following children who were born in Southhold, Long Island. There were as follows: Thomas, John, Samuel, James, Daniel, Elizabeth, Mary, Sarah, and Rebecca.

!BIRTH: Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol A-C; p. 164. Thomas Benedict, age 22, settled in 1639 in Massachusetts. Soon after he married Mary Bridgeham a fellow passenger. He Southold, Long Island before 1650. Thomas was said to be the only son of William Benedict of Nottinghamshire, England. He had Thomas, John, Samuel, James, Daniel, Betty, Mary, Sarah and Rebecca who were old born at Southold, Long Island. Thomas lived a short time at Huntington, and Jamaica but removed to Norwalk about 1665. He was a deacon selectman, town clerk and representative in 1670. His date of death is not known. 
BENEDICT, Thomas (I1402)
 
26 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Genealogy of the Benedicts in America. H.M. Benedict. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. Vol 1, p. 52. Hannah the daughter of James Benedict and Sarah was born on 25 January 1715/16 at Ridgefield, Fairfield, Connecticut. She married Daniel Burt and died on 12 March 1737. CONFLICT: This record said she died on 12 March 1737 but this could be a marriage date instead of the death date.

!BIRTH: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Ridgefield, Connecticut. Film 2893. Ridgefield Vital Records; Vol LR1; p. 200. Hannah the daughter of James Benedict and Sarah was born on 29 Jan 1716 in Ridgefield, Fairfield, Connecticut. CONFLICT: I am not sure if the next part is accurate or not. It says, "Squire James and Sarah died 12 March 1737. Is it refering to her parents dying this date or to Hannah herself? 
Benedict, Hannah (I1390)
 
27 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 85. John was the son of John Blackman was born about 1654. He married Mary Kimberly. John will was probated on 30 Sept 1706 and proved on 18 Nov 1706.

!BIRTH: Genealogical Dictionary of the first settlers in New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 1, A-C; p. 195. John, Wethersfield, children were John, Ebenezer, and Joseph. 
Blackman, John (I1472)
 
28 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 82 and page 514. John was the son of Adam Blackman. John married Dorothy Smith. John Blackman left a will on 19 January 1661/2. It was proved 26 November 1662. It mentioned his wife; children Joseph and others; overseers, my father, my brother Birdsey, my uncle Wheeler and brother James Blackman. The witness were Adam and James Blackman. There is an inventory of James Blackman deceased in April 1662 and presented on 26 November 1662. Dorothy More, Farmington, conveyed in 1699 land to grandchild Joseph Blackman. The will of Dorothy Moore, Farmington, late wife of Deacon Isaac Moore was dated 21 May 1700 and proved 17 April 1706. Dorothy gives Joseph Blackman, my dwelling house, reserving a room for Mary Hall, daughter of my husband Francis Hall. She mentions Joseph's brothers John and Samuel, my sons John and Ebenezer Blackman. Dorothy had land at Hatfield. She mentions Abigail and Rebecca daughters of her son Joseph. Dorothy and Elizabeth were daughters of her son Ebenezer. The overseers were Mr. Joseph Curtis and Mr. Israel Chauncey. NOTE: Her sons were John, Ebenezer and Joseph Blackman. Dorothy married 2nd Mark St. John on 21 Jan 1691/2. This date is a marriage covenant.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Genealogical Dictionary of the first Settlers of New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 4; S-Z; p. 115. Dorothy was born in the year 1646 or 1647. She was the wife of John Blakeman, Francis Hall, Mark Sension and Isaac Moore. NOTE: Henry Smith married 2nd Dorothy---
but she wasn't mother of his childen.

!MARRIAGE: Genealogical Dictionary of the first settlers in New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 1, A-C; p. 195. John Blakeman's widow, Dorothy, married Francis Hall 31 October 1665. Her third husband was Mark Sension, Norwalk who died in 1693; and her fourth husband, whom she married about 1694 was deacon Isaac Moore of Farmington. She died in the year 1706. Reverend Adam Blakeman, in his will, gave her 5 pounds if she would not marry John Thomas and take her friends advice and continue as a widow.

!DEATH: Early Connecticut Probate Records. Hartford District. Vol 2. 1700-1729. LDS branch record of Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Hartford; S2m; p. 96. Dorothy Moore, Farmington, the late wife of Deacon Isaac Moore. The inventory was dated 27 April 1706. Her will was dated 21 May 1700. I, Dorothy Moore, of Farmington, having some estate left by my first and second husbands which is properly my own to dispose of in life or at death, I do make this my laast will and testament. She mentions sons John and Ebenezer. She mentioned her grandchild Joseph Blackman and gives him her dwelling house and homestead. Dorothy gave Mary Hall the daughter of my husband Francis Hall who is deceased the whole house for her convenience. John and Samuel Blackman brothers of Joseph Blackman she provides the same as Mary Hall. She mentioned Elizabeth Blackman. She also named the other grandchildren as follows: Abigail and Rebeckah daughters of my son Joseph and Dorothy and Elizabeth daughters of my son Ebenezer. Ebenezer and John Blackman are to be joint executors of this will. Joseph Curtice and Israel Chauncey are to be the overseers.

!MARRIAGE: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Fairfield, Connecticut. Film 2894.
Stratford Vital Records. Vol MR1, p. 494. Dorothy Blackman widow of John married Francis Hall the last of October 1665. 
Smith, Dorothy (I1471)
 
29 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 65. James the son of James Benedict was born on 8 May 1745 in Ridgefield, Fairfield, Connecticut. He died on 9 November 1822. The place that he died is not known.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Genealogy of the Benedicts in America. H.M. Benedict. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. Vol 1, p. 65-66. James the son of James Benedict and Mary Blackman was born on 8 May 1745 in Ridgefield, Fairfield, Connecticut. He died 9 November 1822. No place for the death is listed.

!BIRTH: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Ridgefield, Connecticut. Film 2893. Ridgefield Vital Records; Vol LR1; p. 239. James the son of James Benedict and Mary was born on 8 May 1745. NOTE: James's father went to New York in 1765. Most likely he married Mary Wood in New York not Connecticut. 
Benedict, James (I1367)
 
30 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 82. John the son of Adam Blackman was born about 1635. John married Dorothy Smith. John Blackman left a will on 19 January 1661/2. It was proved 26 Nov 1662. It mentioned his wife; children Joseph and others; overseers, my father, my brother Birdsey, my uncle Wheeler and brother James Blackman. The witness were Adam and James Blackman. There is an invontory of James Blackman deceased in April 1662 and presented on 26 November 1662. Dorothy More, Farmington, conveyed in 1699 land to grandchild Joseph Blackman. NOTE: His sons were John, Ebenezer, and Joseph Blackman.

!BIRTH: Catologue of the names of the Early Puriton Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut. Records collected from Royal R. Hinman. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; H2H; p. 244. John was a son of John Blackman and Jane.

!BIRTH-DEATH: Genealogical Dictionary of the first settlers in New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 1, A-C; p. 190. Adam left a will on 16 March 1665 which named his children; Mary, James, Samuel, Benjamin, John and Deliverance. John Blakeman, Wethersfield, died in the year 1662. 
Blackman, John (I1470)
 
31 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 82. Benjamin the son of Adam Blackman was born about 1638. Benjamin Blackman married Rebecca Scottow 1 April 1675.

!BIRTH: Catologue of the names of the Early Puriton Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut. Records collected from Royal R. Hinman. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; H2H; p. 244. Benjamin was a son of Adam Blackman and Jane.

!MARRIAGE-BURIAL: New England Marriages Prior to 1700. Clarence Almon Torrey. U.S.; V25t; p. 76. Benjamin Blakeman and Rebecca Scottow were married on 1 April 1675. The place is uncertain. This source said the place could be Malden, Boston, or Scarboro, Cumberland, Maine. Benjamin died in the year 1715. The place is not listed.

!BIRTH: Genealogical Dictionary of the first settlers in New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 1, A-C; p. 190. Adam left a will on 16 March 1665 which named his children; Mary, James, Samuel, Benjamin, John and Deliverance. 
Blackman, Benjamin (I1491)
 
32 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 82. James the son of Adam Blackman was born about 1633. James left a will at "Orinoge" on 18 July 1689. It was proved on 7 Nov 1689. He married Sarah Stiles daughter of Francis Stiles. He married 2nd Miriam Wheeler daughter of Moses Wheeler, daughter of Moses Wheeler.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Catologue of the names of the Early Puriton Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut. Records collected from Royal R. Hinman. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; H2H; p. 244. James was the son of Adam Blackman and Jane. James married a daughter of Moses Wheeler.

!BIRTH: Genealogical Dictionary of the first settlers in New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 1, A-C; p. 190. Adam left a will on 16 March 1665 which named his children; Mary, James, Samuel, Benjamin, John and Deliverance. 
Blackman, James (I1488)
 
33 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 82. Mary the daughter of Adam Blackman was born about 1636. She married Joshua Atwater 6 May 1651 in New Haven, Connecticut. She died 9 March 1708/9 in Salem, Massachusetts on 9 March 1708/9 at age 72. She married Rev. John Higginson, of Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.

!BIRTH: Catologue of the names of the Early Puriton Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut. Records collected from Royal R. Hinman. LDS branch library of Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; H2H; p. 244. This record states that Adam Blackman had one or more daughters, however, they were not named.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Genealogical Dictionary of the first settlers in New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 1, A-C; p. 190. Adam Blakeman left a will on 16 Mar 1665 which named his children; Mary, James, Samuel, Benjamin, John and Deliverance. He gave his latin books to Joshua Atwater who was the husband of his daughter Mary.

!MARRIAGE: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Fairfield, Connecticut. Film 2894.
New Haven Vital Records; Vol 1; p. 3. Mary Blackman married Joshua Atwatter on 6 May 1651 at Stratford. Mr. Ludlow officiated at the wedding. 
Blackman, Mary (I1486)
 
34 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 82. There is no record of this child in this source.

!BIRTH: Catologue of the names of the Early Puriton Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut. Records collected from Royal R. Hinman. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; H2H; p. 244. Thomas was a son of Adam Blackman and Jane. He most likely died young.

!BIRTH: Genealogical Dictionary of the first settlers in New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 1, A-C; p. 190. Adam left a will on 16 March 1665 which named his children; Mary, James, Samuel, Benjamin, John and Deliverance. NOTE: No mention of Thomas in the will. Most likely he died young. 
Blackman, Thomas (I1495)
 
35 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 86. John the son of Joseph Blackman was born about 1677 Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut. John Blackman married Jemima Hurlbut 29 April 1701 in Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut. An administration was granted 4 April 1732 to Gideon Hurlbut and John Blackman. His widow Jemima was appointed guardian to the daughter Jemima and Abigail 2 Jan 1732/3. Mary chose Ephraim Jackson for her guardian. Ephraim Jackson was appointed for Sarah Blackman. Adam chose Captain Samuel Couch for his guardian 4 April 1732. On 24 January 1736 Samuel Couch desired to be discharged and he chose John Blackman. On 20 August 1737, Adam refused to appear and the court appointed Ephraim Jackson as his guardian. Peter Blackman, a minor of Fairfield, about 20 refused to choose a guardian, and so the court appointed Nathaniel Whitehead on the 5 March 1744/5.

!MARRIAGE: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Fairfield, Connecticut. Film 2895.
Stratford Vital Records; Vol LR2; p. 479a. John Blakeman marr Jemima Hollibert on 29 April 1701 in Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut. 
Blackman, John (I1435)
 
36 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 86. Josiah was born about 1686. Its possible that he was a son of Joseph Blackman. Josiah Blackman married Sarah Brown on 5 August 1714 in Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut. Josiah died 17 June 1747 in Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut.

!MARRIAGE: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Fairfield, Connecticut. Film 2894.
Stamford Vital Records; Vol 1; p. 129. Josiah Blackman married Sarah Brown on 5 August 1714 by Capt Joseph Bishop.

!DEATH: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Fairfield, Connecticut. Film 2894.
Stamford; Vital Records; Vol 1; p. 73. Josiah Blackman died on 17 June 1747. 
Blackman, Josiah (I1465)
 
37 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Connecticut. LDS branch library. U.S. Conn; D3J; Vol 1-3; p. 81. Blackman is spelled Blakeman in the early generations. Adam Blackman was from Staffordshire. He preached in Leicester and Derbyshire. Adam Blackman will is dated 16 March 1664/5. His sons John, James and Samuel have had their portions. Adam had a wife named Jane. He had two more sons named Benjamin and Deliverance and daughter Mary. He also had an inventory which is dated on 22 September 1665.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Genealogical Dictionary of the first settlers in New England. James Savage. U.S. D2s; Vol 1, A-C; p. 190. Adam was born in Staffordshire and went to Christ's College in Oxford. On 28 May 1617, at age 19, he preached at Cos. of Leicester, Derby before settling at Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut. His widow was Jane who died in 1673. He left a will on 16 March 1665 which named his children; Mary, James, Samuel, Benjamin, John and Deliverance. He gave his Latin books to Joshua Atwater who was the husband of his daughter Mary.

!BIRTH-DEATH: Banks Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emmigratns to New England. Charles Edward Banks. 1625-1650. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. W2B; p. 148. Rev. Adam Blakeman was from Gnosall, Staffordshire. He first settled in Scituate, Stratford, Connecticut. Adam died in the year 1665 and Jane his wife survived him.
 
BLAKEMAN, Adam Aaron (I1483)
 
38 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3. p. 318-319. Rebecca daughter of Thomas Hyatt and Mary was born the beginning of Oct 1678, Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut.

!BIRTH: Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine. George Thomas Little. U.S. Maine; D2l; Vol 3; p. 1388. Thomas Hyatt and Mary had the following children: Rebecca, Thomas, Marie, Ruth, Sarah, John, Elizabeth, Ebenezer and Millison. The names of all these children appear on the probate record in 1698.

!BIRTH: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Norwalk, Connecticut. Film 2926. Norwalk Vital Records; Vol LR1; p. 111. Rebecka the daughter of Thomas was born the beginning of October in 1678. 
Hyatt, Rebecca (I1513)
 
39 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3. p. 318. Rebecca was the daughter of Thomas Hyatt and Elizabeth. She recieved her portion on 13 Oct 1674. She married Thomas Hine, junior, on 13 Nov 1678 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. She died by 1684 when Thomas Hine remarried again.

!MARRIAGE: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Milford, Connecticut. Film 2926. Milford Vital Records; Vol 1; p. 16. Thomas Hine, junior, marr Rebecca Hyat, of Stamford, on 13 Nov 1678. They were married by Major Treat.

!BURIAL: Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine. George Thomas Little. U.S. Maine; D2l; Vol 3; p. 1388. Rebecca was the daughter of Thomas Hyatt. She received her share of her fathers estate on 13 Oct 1674. 
Hyatt, Rebecca (I1537)
 
40 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 293-294 and 318. John son of Thomas Hoyt was born 20 Sept 1618 in Upway, Dorsetshire, England. In 1633, the will of John Russell of Dorchester, Mass, named his brothers Henry Russell and Thomas Hyatt. He had a grant of a house lot at Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut on 7 Dec 1641 and died their 9 Sept 1656. He married Elizabeth----- who married 2nd Cornelius Jones 6 Oct 1657. The inventory was not presented until 16 June 1662. He left a widow and six children.

!DIED: Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine. George Thomas Little. U.S. Maine; D2l; Vol 3; p. 1388. Thomas was called brother in the will of John Russell of Dorechester, Massachusetts. Thomas died 9 Sept 1656. His name is sometimes spelled Hyat, Hyout, or Hyat. Cornelius Jones, was the administer of his estate. His widow was Elizabeth. Thomas Hyatt is printed Hoyt in the "List of Pioneers" in the history of Stamford, Connecticut.

!DIED: Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Louis Barbour. Stamford, Connecticut. Film 2926. Stamford Vital Records; Vol 1; p. 19. Thomas Hyatt died on 9 Sept 1657 in Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut. 
Hyatt, Thomas (I1526)
 
41 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 293-4. John son of Simon Hoyt was born 12 Mar 1614 in Upway, Dorsetshire, England. He died at Rye, New York in 1684. He married at Fairfield. Mary was the widow of Francis Purdy and was the daughter of John Brundish. His will was dated 29 Aug 1684. He mentioned his wife Mary and children John, Simon and two daughters Mary Brown and Rachel Norton. His overseers were Joshua and Samuel Hoyt, and John Brushish. NOTE: Joshua and Samuel were step brothers from his fathers second wife. Hyatt, John (I1658)
 
42 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 293-4. Simon Hoyt or Hyatt married Deborah Stowers, daughter of Walter 2 December 1612 at Upway, Dorchester, Dorsetshire, England. She had a brother named Nicolas Stowers. Stowers, Deborah (I1540)
 
43 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 293-4. The surname is spelled Hoit, Hait, Hoyt and Haight. Simon was the son of John Hoyt and Ruth who was born at Upway, Dorchester, Dorset, England. He was christened on 20 Jan 1590. He lived in Charlestown in 1628, Scituate in 1635 and went to Windsor about 1639. He sold his holdings in 1646. He died on 1 Sept 1657 in Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut. He married 1st Deborah Stowers daughter of Walter on 2 Dec 1612 in Upway, Dorchester, Dorset, England. NOTE: There is a question if he married Susanna Smith after Deborah's death. If his father didn't married Susanna Smith then why did his brother John have step brothers Joshua and Samuel as overseers to his property.
!CHECK-Barbour Collection for families of Hoyt, and Hait. Are their two separate Simon Hyatt or Hoit. Or is their one Simon Hyatt or Hoit who married 1st to Deborah Stowers and then to Susanna Smith. The internet said that Simon Hyatt and Simon Hoit are two different people. Occording to the internet Susanna Smith was incorrectly read as her surname but is actually an occupation. Smith is also an occupation. Since the record is most likely in Latin I would need to look at the record before changing the information. Smith is not an very easy surname to transcribe. It would depend on where Smith appears in the sentence for the christening. 
Hyatt, Simon (I1527)
 
44 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 293-45. Water the son of Simon Hoyt was born 9 June 1616 in Upway, Dorsetshire, England. He died late in 1698 or early in 1699. In 1684, making an oath as witness to the will of John Hoyt of Rye, he stated his age as about 65. His will was probabed 11 Feb 1695/6 and proved 11 April 1699. In his will he he stated his age as about 78. He married Elizabeth St. John and then married Rhoda, widow of John Taylor. Hyatt, Walter (I1660)
 
45 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 293-5. Nicolas the son of Simon Hoyt was born 10 Nov 1622 in Upway, Dorsetshire, England. He died at Windsor, Hartford, 7 July 1655. He married Susanna Joyse, a widow with one daughter. His inventory is dated 30 July 1655. His wife was Abigail Joyse, his wifes daughter and their children; Samuel, Jonathan and David. Hyatt, Nicolas (I1663)
 
46 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 316. The will of Francis Brown mentioned his son Thomas Hollibird. His wife was Mary Brown, who was born about 1655. Their was an inventory taken in 1697 for the estate of Thomas Hurlbut. Samuel Couch to take the estate into his hands and secure it. John Edwards was chosen to reckon with the debtors. Elijah, son of Thomas, chose brother Gideon as his guardian on 1 December 1714. On 9 February 1725/6, Thomas, Gideon, Elijah Hurlbut, Samuel Couch and Edrei his wife, and John Blackman and Jemima his wife, all of Fairfield, and Ebenezer Mead and Kezia his wife of Bedford, Westchester, New York, conveyed land, in Woodbury, calling themselves sons and daughters of Thomas Hurlbut of Woodbury, deceased.

!BIRTH-Descendants of Francis Brown. Fairfield County, Connecticut. Internet Web sight. http://www.rootsweb.com/~ctfairfi/stamford/brown_data2.htm Mary daugter of Francis Brown and Adrea Corlet was born about 1655 at Farmington, Harford, Connecticut. She married Thomas Hurlbut abt 1676. 
Brown, Mary (I1542)
 
47 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 316. Thomas Hurlbut was the son of Thomas Hurlburt and Sarah. He was born at Wethersfield in 1650/1 and died in 1697 in Faifield, Connecticut. The will of Francis Brown mentioned his son Thomas Hollibird. His wife was Mary Brown, who was born about 1655. Their was an inventory taken in 1697. Samuel Couch to take the estate into his hands and secure it. Mr. John Edwards was chosen to reckon with the debtors. Elijah, son of Thomas, chose brother Gideon as his guardian on 1 Dec 1714. On 9 Feb 1725/6, Thomas, Gideon, Elijah Hurlbut, Samuel Couch and Edrei his wife, and John Blackman and Jemima his wife, all of Fairfield, and Ebenezer Mead and Kezia his wife of Bedford, Westchester, New York, conveyed land, in Woodbury, calling themselves sons and daughters of Thomas Hurlbut of Woodbury, deceased.

!BIRTH: Hurlbut Family History. F.H. Hurlbut. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah; p. 1-21. Thomas was the son of Thomas Hurlbut and Sarah and was born about 1660. NOTE: The year of birth should be more like 1650. The name of his wife or the date of his marriage has not been found. 
Hurlburt, Thomas (I1455)
 
48 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 318-319. Ruth the daughter of Thomas Hyatt and Mary was born - May 1684 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut. She died on 20 May 1755, in her 66 year, in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut. NOTE: This record said she was born - May 1684 where as the IGI said she was born in the year 1683.

!BIRTH: Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine. George Thomas Little. U.S. Maine; D2l; Vol 3; p. 1388. Thomas Hyatt and Mary had the following children: Rebecca, Thomas, Marie, Ruth, Sarah, John, Elizabeth, Ebenezer and Millison. The names of all these children appear on the probate record in 1698. 
Hyatt, Ruth (I1519)
 
49 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 318-319. John the son of Thomas Hyatt and Mary was born - Jan 1691/1 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut.

!BIRTH: Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine. George Thomas Little. U.S. Maine; D2l; Vol 3; p. 1388. Thomas Hyatt and Mary had the following children: Rebecca, Thomas, Marie, Ruth, Sarah, John, Elizabeth, Ebenezer and Millison. The names of all these children appear on the probate record in 1698. 
Hyatt, John (I1521)
 
50 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. LDS branch library in Logan, Cache, Utah. U.S. Conn; Fairfield; D3j; Vol 1-3; p. 318-319. Millicent was born about 1688 and married Thomas Benedict in 1705 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut.

!BIRTH: Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine. George Thomas Little. U.S. Maine; D2l; Vol 3; p. 1388. Thomas Hyatt and Mary had the following children: Rebecca, Thomas, Marie, Ruth, Sarah, John, Elizabeth, Ebenezer and Millison. The names of all these children appear on the probate record in 1698. 
Hyatt, Millicent (I1416)
 

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