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Hannah Newberry

Female 1680 - 1719  (39 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Hannah Newberry was born on 10 Feb 1680 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut (daughter of Thomas Newberry and Ann Ford); died on 17 Oct 1719 in South Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: 10 Feb 1679, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut

    Hannah married John Wolcott on 14 Dec 1703 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut. John (son of John Wolcott and Mary Chester) was born on 20 Nov 1677 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut; died on 20 Aug 1750 in South Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Jerusha Wolcott was born on 18 Jan 1719 in South Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut; died on 2 Jun 1789 in South Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut; was buried in South Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Thomas Newberry was born on 1 Sep 1657 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut (son of Benjamin Newberry and Mary Allyn); died on 30 Apr 1688 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.

    Thomas married Ann Ford on 12 May 1677 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut. Ann (daughter of Thomas Ford and Ann) was born about 1657; died on 6 Jan 1691 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Ann Ford was born about 1657 (daughter of Thomas Ford and Ann); died on 6 Jan 1691 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts.
    Children:
    1. 1. Hannah Newberry was born on 10 Feb 1680 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut; died on 17 Oct 1719 in South Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Benjamin Newberry was born about 1623 (son of Thomas Newberry and Joane Dabinott); died on 11 Sep 1689 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Abt 1624, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut

    Notes:

    Townsman of Windsor, Connecticut. Deputy to Connecticut General Court 1656-1684. Member of the Council of War; commander of forces against the Indians; Major of the Hartford County Regiment.

    Benjamin married Mary Allyn on 11 Jun 1646 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut. Mary (daughter of Matthew Allyn and Margaret Wyatt) was born before 20 Jan 1628 in Braunton, Devon, England; died on 29 Jul 1689. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Mary Allyn was born before 20 Jan 1628 in Braunton, Devon, England (daughter of Matthew Allyn and Margaret Wyatt); died on 29 Jul 1689.

    Other Events:

    • Baptised: 20 Jan 1628, Braunton, Devon, England
    • Alternate death: 14 Dec 1703
    • Alternate death: 14 Dec 1709

    Children:
    1. Sarah Newberry was born on 15 Jun 1650; died on 3 Oct 1716.
    2. Rebecca Newberry was born on 2 May 1655 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut; died on 17 Oct 1718 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
    3. 2. Thomas Newberry was born on 1 Sep 1657 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut; died on 30 Apr 1688 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.

  3. 6.  Thomas Ford was born before 1591 in Dorchester, Dorset, England; died on 28 Nov 1676 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Abt 1589, Dorset, England
    • Alternate birth: Abt 1590, England
    • Alternate death: 9 Nov 1676, Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts

    Notes:

    Emigrated 1630 on the Mary and John. First at Dorchester, then Windsor 1637, Northampton 1672. Deputy to Connecticut General Court twice in 1638, and in 1639, 1640, 1641 (marked absent), 1644, 1654.

    "According to [Mormon Pioneer Genealogy Library] projections, the largest family in America today is the posterity of Robert White (b. ca. 1560) & Bridget Allgar, with a Mormon posterity of 430,000 and an American posterity of 29 million. The next five families are Edward Griswold and Margaret, Joseph Loomis and Mary White (daughter of Robert and Bridget above), Gerard Spencer and Alice Whitbread, Thomas Ford and Elizabeth Charde, and Thomas Bliss and Margaret Hulins, each with a Mormon posterity of 270,000 and an American posterity of 18 million." [Michel L. Call and Gary Boyd Roberts, "Mormon Pioneer Genealogy Library Acquired by NEHGS," 1985.]

    "It is possible [Thomas Ford] was the son of John FORD III and Joan BECK (m. Feb. 3, 1583, Piddlehinton, Dorset, England), and nephew of Thomas FORD, merchant of Dorchester who died Jan. 20, 1610/11. The latter's will, proved May 8, 1611 names, among others, his brother John, and "Thomas, son of my brother, John FORDE." [Freeman Family Lines, from the files of Stephen M. Lawson (via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine)]

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    Thomas Ford (1591-1676) = Elizabeth Chard (1587-1643)
    Abigail Ford (1619-1688) = John Strong (1610-1699)
    Thomas Strong (1637-1689) = Rachel Holton (1650-?)
    Joseph Strong (1672-1763) = Sarah Allen (1672-1724)
    Joseph Strong (1701-1773) = Elizabeth Strong (1704-1792)
    Benejah Strong (1740-1809) = Lucy Bishop (1747-1783)
    Joseph Strong (1770-1812) = Rebecca Young (1779-1862)
    Eleanor Strong (1805-1863) = John Wood (1785-1848)
    Ellen Wood (1831-1877) = Franklin H. Work (1819-1911)
    Frances Eleanor Work (1857-1947) = James Boothby Burke Roche (1851-1920)
    Edmund Maurice Burke Roche (1885-1955) = Ruth Sylvia Gill (1908-1993)
    Frances Ruth Burke Roche (1936-2004) = Edward John Spencer (1924-1992)
    Diana Frances Spencer (1961-1997) = Charles, Prince of Wales (1948- )
    William Arthur Philip Louis, Duke of Cambridge (1982- )

    Thomas married Ann. Ann died on 5 May 1675 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Ann died on 5 May 1675 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

    Notes:

    Widow of Thomas Scott.

    Children:
    1. 3. Ann Ford was born about 1657; died on 6 Jan 1691 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Thomas Newberry was born before 10 Nov 1594 in Yarcombe, Devon, England (son of Richard Newberye and Grace Matthew); died between 17 Dec 1635 and 28 Jan 1637 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Baptised: 10 Nov 1594, Yarcombe, Devon, England
    • Alternate death: Aft 12 Dec 1635

    Notes:

    Emigrated 1634 on the Recovery out of Weymouth. He was a dry-goods merchant. A resident of Dorchester in Sep 1634, when he was admitted a freeman. Townsman or Selectman in 1634 and 1635. Deputy to the General Court, 1635.

    The ancestry for him given in Newberry Genealogy: The Ancestors and Descendants of Thomas Newberry of Dorchester, Mass. (J. Gardner Bartlett, Boston: 1914), and reproduced in the eighth edition of Ancestral Roots (line 253), has been substantially discredited; see various posts to SGM in October and November of 2011 for a discussion of this. (Briefly, his parents are who Bartlett said they were, but Bartlett is mistaken beyond that.) Newberry Genealogy continues to be a reliable guide to Newberry's descendants.

    Thomas married Joane Dabinott. Joane (daughter of Christopher Dabinott) was born in in of Yarcombe, Devon, England; died before 1632. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Joane Dabinott was born in in of Yarcombe, Devon, England (daughter of Christopher Dabinott); died before 1632.
    Children:
    1. Sarah Newberry was born on 10 Apr 1620 in Devon, England; died on 16 Jun 1684 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.
    2. 4. Benjamin Newberry was born about 1623; died on 11 Sep 1689 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.
    3. Mary Newberry was born before 22 Oct 1626; died on 29 Aug 1688.

  3. 10.  Matthew Allyn was born before 17 Apr 1605 (son of Richard Allyn and Margaret Wyatt); died on 1 Feb 1671 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Baptised: 17 Apr 1605, Braunton, Devon, England

    Notes:

    Emigrated 1633. First at Cambridge, then Hartford 1636, Windsor by 1648. Back in England mid-1640; may have made other return trips.

    Clearly a man of some education, he held many important offices. According to Stiles he was rep. to Massachusetts general court, March 1636; rep. to Connecticut general court every year (save 1653) from 1648 to 1658; magistrate of the colony 1657-67; commissioner for the United Colonies of New England 1660-64. Anderson also notes him as assistant of Connecticut general court, 1658-66. He is mentioned in Charles II's Royal Charter for Connecticut, 1662.

    He was the brother of Thomas Allyn of Barnstable. Not related to Thomas Allen of Wethersfield or Samuel Allen of Windsor.

    From The Great Migration Begins:

    Matthew Allyn was in some way related to WILLIAM SPENCER of Cambridge and Hartford, or, more probably, to his wife, Agnes Harris. [...]

    Matthew Allyn's first appearance in New England was in the grant of land in Cambridge on 4 November 1633 to seven men, of whom three others (JOHN HAYNES, THOMAS HOOKER and SAMUEL STONE) are known to have arrived 4 September 1633 on the Griffin.

    Matthew Allyn seems out of place in Cambridge, as all others who arrived at about this time were from East Anglia; based on his English origin, one would expect Allyn to have resided first in Dorchester. This unusual residence for Allyn is probably tied up in some way with his relationship with WILLIAM SPENCER.

    Besides being a man who was highly respected and who served society well, Matthew Allyn was a highly contentious man. He had lengthy legal disputes with his brother, and not long after he left Massachusetts he was wanted for "debt and damage" he had left behind [7 October 1641: "It is ordered, that a letter shal be sent to Mr. Haynes & the rest of the magistrates at Connectecot, to send back the prisoner Mathewe Alleyn, or satisfy the debt & damage"]. Further evidence of his litigiousness may be found throughout the Connecticut court records.

    Matthew married Margaret Wyatt on 2 Feb 1627 in Braunton, Devon, England. Margaret (daughter of John Wyatt and Frances Chichester) was born before 8 Mar 1595 in Braunton, Devon, England; died on 12 Sep 1675 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Margaret Wyatt was born before 8 Mar 1595 in Braunton, Devon, England (daughter of John Wyatt and Frances Chichester); died on 12 Sep 1675 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Baptised: 8 Mar 1595, Braunton, Devon, England

    Notes:

    On the occasion of her marriage to Matthew Allyn, she was recorded in the Braunton parish register as "Mris" Margrett Wyot, the salutation being a mark of her gentry status.

    One of Teresa's four proven "gateway ancestors"; also one of DDB's four.

    Children:
    1. 5. Mary Allyn was born before 20 Jan 1628 in Braunton, Devon, England; died on 29 Jul 1689.