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Eleazer Hill

b. 7 March 1656/57, d. 3 March 1724/25
Eleazer Hill|b. 7 Mar 1656/57\nd. 3 Mar 1724/25|p29.htm#i701|Luke Hill|d. a 1669|p129.htm#i3211|Mary Hoyt||p129.htm#i3212|||||||||||||
áááááEleazer Hill was born on 7 March 1656/57. He was the son of Luke Hill and Mary Hoyt. He married, at age 22, Sarah Gillett, age 28, daughter of Nathan Gillett and (__?__) (__?__), on 29 December 1679 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. He died on 3 March 1724/25 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 67.

Child of Eleazer Hill and Sarah Gillett

Thomas Whaples1

b. circa 1656, d. circa 1713
Thomas Whaples|b. c 1656\nd. c 1713|p29.htm#i702|Thomas Whaples|d. c 10 Dec 1671|p90.htm#i2246|Margery (__?__)||p130.htm#i3235|||||||||||||
áááááThomas Whaples was born circa 1656. He was the son of Thomas Whaples and Margery (__?__). He married Rebecca Gillett, daughter of Nathan Gillett and (__?__) (__?__), before March 1688. He died circa 1713 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Conn..

Citations

  1. [S65] Flora S. Clark, Gillett Manuscripts, Vol III, p. 2.

Frank Francese

b. circa 1853, d. circa 1900
Charts
Ancestor Chart for Esther Graber Bankert
Descendant Chart for Frank Francese
Frank Francese
circa 1897
áááááFrank Francese was born circa 1853 in Molfetta, Italy. He married Giustina Bennette in Italy. He died circa 1900 in Molfetta of influenza.
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Immigration: Depart Naples on the "Madonna" and landed at Ellis Island on April 22'nd, 1913.

áááááFrank (Francesco) and Giustina (Bennette) Francese began their family in the 1880's and by 1900 they had five children and owned and operated a grocery store in Molfetta. Frank (Sr.) died in Italy of influenza about 1900 at the age of 47 and daughter Mary died at the age of 21, reportedly of cancer after refusing to allow the amputation of her leg. The rest of the family would all eventually end up in America.
áááááAs early as 1903 the records show that families of the name Annese, Ciannamea, and Francese, of Molfetta, were emigrating to America, nearly all headed for Hoboken, New Jersey. Of unknown interest, a 1910 manifest shows Molfetta residents Giuseppe Annese, age 34, Sergio Binetti, age 39, Michele DeBari, and Salvatore Ciannamea, age 23. All headed for Hoboken.
áááááFamily lore claims that sons Frank and Felix enjoyed a bit of gambling and when it was found that the till was a little light at the grocery store the boys were sent packing. Frank and Felix are listed on the manifest of the "Venezia" which left Naples in March of 1913, however, for unknown reasons, they failed to make the trip and their names are crossed out. The next month they did depart Naples on the "Madonna" and landed at Ellis Island on April 22'nd, 1913. Traveling with them were some of their Molfetta neighbors including Nicolo DeBari, age 27, Domenico Murolo, age 27, Pasquale Annese, age 27, and Mauro Binetti, age 24. All of these men claimed Hoboken New Jersey as their destination. I am not aware of the significance or relationship of these men, however, all of these surnames are associated with the Francese and Ciannamea families of Troy, New York. What brought Frank and Felix to Troy is unknown, however, by 1920, Frank and Felix are residing at 55 Hill St. in Troy, New York, where the rest of the family would eventually settle.
áááááIn 1920, Frank and Felixe's sister, Maria, landed at Ellis Island on the ship "Patria" along with her husband and son, Nicholas and Giuseppe Annese. Also traveling with them was Giuseppe Ciannamea, their brother-in-law, and a cousin, Georgio Parvana. Sister, Pasqua (Francese) Ciannamea arrived later in the fall on the ship "Providence" traveling with Lucretia Silvestri who was "promised to Francesco Francese". Their widowed mother, Giustina (Bennette) Francese was the last of the family to arrive, coming to America in 1924, or shortly thereafter. Except for Maria ("Lotsie") who lived for a time in Hoboken, the family would live and reside in Troy with all living to an advanced age.

Children of Frank Francese and Giustina Bennette

Sarah Hart

b. circa 1624, d. 1697
Sarah Hart|b. c 1624\nd. 1697|p29.htm#i704|Deacon Stephen Hart|b. c 1599\nd. bt 16 Mar 1683 - 31 Mar 1683|p29.htm#i705||||||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
Charts
Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááSarah Hart was born circa 1624 in England.1 She was the daughter of Deacon Stephen Hart. She married Thomas Porter on 20 November 1644 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Conn..2 She died in 1697 (an unknown value).3

Children of Sarah Hart and Thomas Porter

Citations

  1. [S215] Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration Begins, 869-873.
  2. [S100] NEHGR, "Records of Hartford", 13(1859):53 .
  3. [S55] Charles Manwaring, Early Conn. Probate Records, 1:579.

Deacon Stephen Hart

b. circa 1599, d. between 16 March 1683 and 31 March 1683

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
Charts
Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááDeacon Stephen Hart was born circa 1599 in England.1 He married (as his 2'nd wife) Margaret (__?__) (widow of Sergt. Joseph Nash and Arthur Smith) after 1678.1 He died between 16 March 1683 and 31 March 1683 in Farmington, Hartford Co., Conn., at about age 84.1
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Immigration: before 1632, When he is found in Cambridge Massachusetts.
Freeman: on 14 May 1634 in Newtown, Mass., (now Cambridge).
Founder/Proprietor: Hartford, 1635, named on the founders monument; Farmington, 1650.
Religion/Church: a Deacon in the church of Reverand Thomas Hooker.
Education: Signed his will.
Public Office: between 1647 and 1655 One of the first representatives at the General Court, and again in 1660.
Residence: in 1650 Farmington, Connecticut, An original proprietor.
Military Service: in 1637 Served under Mason in the Pequot Indian War.2

áááááStephen Hart was born in England, possibly in Braintree, about 1599. About 1632 he was at Cambridge (formerly Newtown), Massachusetts, one of the fifty-four original settlers. Stephen was possibly a brother of Edmund Harte of Weymouth and Westfield Massachusetts, who is found in New England at the same time.
áááááStephen was a deacon of Rev. Thomas Hooker's church in Cambridge, and went with him in 1635 to Hartford, Conn., where he was an original proprietor, 1639, and where he continued as deacon. His name is found on the founders monument in the Center Church burial ground in Hartford. It is said Hartford derives its name from a crossing of the Connecticut river he discovered, known as Hart's Ford. However, another explanation is that Hartford was named after the English town of Hertford. Stephen served as a soldier in the Pequot Indian War in 1637 for which he was later granted a lot in Soldier's Field, in Hartford.

Children of Deacon Stephen Hart

Citations

  1. [S215] Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration Begins, 869-873.
  2. [S63] Register of the Society of Colonial Wars.

Andrew Hillyer

b. 4 November 1646, d. 22 January 1697/98
Andrew Hillyer|b. 4 Nov 1646\nd. 22 Jan 1697/98|p29.htm#i706|John Hillyer|d. 16 Jul 1655|p126.htm#i3151|Ann (__?__)||p126.htm#i3152|||||||||||||
áááááAndrew Hillyer was born on 4 November 1646 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. He was the son of John Hillyer and Ann (__?__). He married, at age 34, Hannah Burr, daughter of Benjamin Burr and Anna (__?__), in September 1681 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Conn.. He married, at age 41, Abigail Drake, age 39, daughter of Sergt. Job Drake and Mary Wolcott, on 17 November 1687 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn..1 He died on 22 January 1697/98 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 51.

Citations

  1. [S137] Albert C. Bates, Simsbury B, M, & D's, 11.

Capt. Thomas Hart

b. circa 1640, d. 27 August 1726
Capt. Thomas Hart|b. c 1640\nd. 27 Aug 1726|p29.htm#i707|Deacon Stephen Hart|b. c 1599\nd. bt 16 Mar 1683 - 31 Mar 1683|p29.htm#i705||||||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááCapt. Thomas Hart was born circa 1640. He was the son of Deacon Stephen Hart. He married (1) Mary Smith, daughter of Arthur Smith and Margaret (__?__), before 1665. He married (2) Ruth Hawkins, daughter of Anthony Hawkins, circa 1677. He died on 27 August 1726.

John Hart

b. circa 1630, d. 1666
John Hart|b. c 1630\nd. 1666|p29.htm#i708|Deacon Stephen Hart|b. c 1599\nd. bt 16 Mar 1683 - 31 Mar 1683|p29.htm#i705||||||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááJohn Hart was born circa 1630 in England. He was the son of Deacon Stephen Hart. He married Sarah (__?__). He died in 1666 in Farmington, Hartford Co., Conn., killed by Indians, when his home was burned.
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Relationship: Uncle.

Children of John Hart and Sarah (__?__)

Ruth Hawkins

b. 24 October 1649, d. 9 October 1724
Ruth Hawkins|b. 24 Oct 1649\nd. 9 Oct 1724|p29.htm#i709|Anthony Hawkins|b. c 1620\nd. 28 Feb 1673/74|p134.htm#i3337||||||||||||||||
áááááRuth Hawkins was born on 24 October 1649. She was the daughter of Anthony Hawkins. She married Capt. Thomas Hart, son of Deacon Stephen Hart, circa 1677. She died on 9 October 1724 in Farmington, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 74.

Mary Hart

b. circa 1638, d. 10 October 1710
Mary Hart|b. c 1638\nd. 10 Oct 1710|p29.htm#i710|Deacon Stephen Hart|b. c 1599\nd. bt 16 Mar 1683 - 31 Mar 1683|p29.htm#i705||||||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááMary Hart was born circa 1638. She was the daughter of Deacon Stephen Hart. She married (1) John Lee in 1658 in Farmington, Hartford Co., Conn.. She married (2) Jedediah Strong, age 54, son of John Strong and Abigail Ford, on 5 January 1691/92. She died on 10 October 1710 when the horse she was riding fell on her.

Child of Mary Hart and John Lee

  • Mary Lee+ b. 14 Aug 1664, d. 15 Feb 1715/16

John Lee

b. 1620, d. 8 October 1690
áááááJohn Lee was born in 1620 in co. Essex, England. He married Mary Hart, daughter of Deacon Stephen Hart, in 1658 in Farmington, Hartford Co., Conn.. He died on 8 October 1690 in Farmington, Hartford Co., Conn..

Child of John Lee and Mary Hart

  • Mary Lee+ b. 14 Aug 1664, d. 15 Feb 1715/16

Margaret (__?__)

d. 1 March 1693/94
áááááMargaret (__?__) married Arthur Smith before 1643. She married Sergt. Joseph Nash, son of Thomas Nash, before June 1665. She married Deacon Stephen Hart after 1678; (widow of Sergt. Joseph Nash and Arthur Smith).1 She died on 1 March 1693/94.

Child of Margaret (__?__) and Arthur Smith

Citations

  1. [S215] Robert Charles Anderson The Great Migration Begins, 869-873.

John Cole

d. 13 September 1689
áááááJohn Cole married Rachel Hart, daughter of Deacon Stephen Hart, circa 1664. He died on 13 September 1689.

Stephen Hart

b. circa 1634, d. 18 September 1689
Stephen Hart|b. c 1634\nd. 18 Sep 1689|p29.htm#i714|Deacon Stephen Hart|b. c 1599\nd. bt 16 Mar 1683 - 31 Mar 1683|p29.htm#i705||||||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááStephen Hart was born circa 1634. He was the son of Deacon Stephen Hart. He married Ann Fitch, daughter of Thomas Fitch and Ann Stacey, circa 1662. He died on 18 September 1689 in Farmington, Hartford Co., Conn..

Rachel Hart

b. circa 1642, d. after 1689
Rachel Hart|b. c 1642\nd. a 1689|p29.htm#i715|Deacon Stephen Hart|b. c 1599\nd. bt 16 Mar 1683 - 31 Mar 1683|p29.htm#i705||||||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááRachel Hart was born circa 1642. She was the daughter of Deacon Stephen Hart. She married John Cole circa 1664. She died after 1689.

Ruth Rose1,2

b. 25 May 1777, d. 25 April 1846
Ruth Rose|b. 25 May 1777\nd. 25 Apr 1846|p29.htm#i716|Elijah Rose|b. 27 Feb 1756\nd. 28 Nov 1815|p117.htm#i2915|Rebecca Miller|b. 23 Mar 1759\nd. b Feb 1816|p117.htm#i2916|John Rose|b. 18 Feb 1719/20\nd. 1788|p70.htm#i1743|Ruth Holcomb|b. 9 Mar 1723/24\nd. b 1784|p70.htm#i1731|||||||

Relationship=2nd cousin 6 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááRuth Rose was born on 25 May 1777 in Granville, Hampden Co., Mass.. She was the daughter of Elijah Rose and Rebecca Miller. She married, at age 21, Silas Winchell, age 26, son of Martin Winchell and Priscilla Kent, on 31 March 1799 in Granville, Hampden Co., Mass.. She died on 25 April 1846 in Granville, Licking Co., Ohio, at age 68.

Children of Ruth Rose and Silas Winchell

Citations

  1. [S154] Newton H. Winchell and Alexander N. Winchell, Winchell Gen., p. 154.
  2. [S92] Unknown author, Mary Stewart Kyritsis of Athens, Greece. Our esteemed cousin and genealogy mentor.

Silas Milton Winchell

b. 9 March 1800, d. 19 March 1807
Silas Milton Winchell|b. 9 Mar 1800\nd. 19 Mar 1807|p29.htm#i717|Silas Winchell|b. 21 Oct 1772\nd. 29 Apr 1839|p22.htm#i545|Ruth Rose|b. 25 May 1777\nd. 25 Apr 1846|p29.htm#i716|Martin Winchell|b. 18 Apr 1735|p22.htm#i534|Priscilla Kent||p22.htm#i543|Elijah Rose|b. 27 Feb 1756\nd. 28 Nov 1815|p117.htm#i2915|Rebecca Miller|b. 23 Mar 1759\nd. b Feb 1816|p117.htm#i2916|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááSilas Milton Winchell was born on 9 March 1800. He was the son of Silas Winchell and Ruth Rose. He died on 19 March 1807 in Granville, Licking Co., Ohio, at age 7.

Rebecca Winchell

b. 9 February 1805
Rebecca Winchell|b. 9 Feb 1805|p29.htm#i718|Silas Winchell|b. 21 Oct 1772\nd. 29 Apr 1839|p22.htm#i545|Ruth Rose|b. 25 May 1777\nd. 25 Apr 1846|p29.htm#i716|Martin Winchell|b. 18 Apr 1735|p22.htm#i534|Priscilla Kent||p22.htm#i543|Elijah Rose|b. 27 Feb 1756\nd. 28 Nov 1815|p117.htm#i2915|Rebecca Miller|b. 23 Mar 1759\nd. b Feb 1816|p117.htm#i2916|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááRebecca Winchell was born on 9 February 1805 in Granville, Licking Co., Ohio. She was the daughter of Silas Winchell and Ruth Rose.

Eliza Priscilla Winchell

b. 10 August 1808
Eliza Priscilla Winchell|b. 10 Aug 1808|p29.htm#i719|Silas Winchell|b. 21 Oct 1772\nd. 29 Apr 1839|p22.htm#i545|Ruth Rose|b. 25 May 1777\nd. 25 Apr 1846|p29.htm#i716|Martin Winchell|b. 18 Apr 1735|p22.htm#i534|Priscilla Kent||p22.htm#i543|Elijah Rose|b. 27 Feb 1756\nd. 28 Nov 1815|p117.htm#i2915|Rebecca Miller|b. 23 Mar 1759\nd. b Feb 1816|p117.htm#i2916|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááEliza Priscilla Winchell was born on 10 August 1808 in Granville, Licking Co., Ohio. She was the daughter of Silas Winchell and Ruth Rose.

Austa Malinda Winchell1,2

b. 25 October 1810, d. 25 October 1880
Austa Malinda Winchell|b. 25 Oct 1810\nd. 25 Oct 1880|p29.htm#i720|Silas Winchell|b. 21 Oct 1772\nd. 29 Apr 1839|p22.htm#i545|Ruth Rose|b. 25 May 1777\nd. 25 Apr 1846|p29.htm#i716|Martin Winchell|b. 18 Apr 1735|p22.htm#i534|Priscilla Kent||p22.htm#i543|Elijah Rose|b. 27 Feb 1756\nd. 28 Nov 1815|p117.htm#i2915|Rebecca Miller|b. 23 Mar 1759\nd. b Feb 1816|p117.htm#i2916|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááAusta Malinda Winchell was born on 25 October 1810 in Granville, Licking Co., Ohio. She was the daughter of Silas Winchell and Ruth Rose. She married, at age 21, Rev. Mansfield French on 28 August 1832. She died on 25 October 1880 in Granville, Licking Co., Ohio, at age 70.

Child of Austa Malinda Winchell and Rev. Mansfield French

Citations

  1. [S92] Unknown author, Mary Stewart Kyritsis of Athens, Greece. Our esteemed cousin and genealogy mentor.
  2. [S154] Newton H. Winchell and Alexander N. Winchell, Winchell Gen., p. 234.

Silas Newell Winchell

b. 29 March 1823
Silas Newell Winchell|b. 29 Mar 1823|p29.htm#i721|Silas Winchell|b. 21 Oct 1772\nd. 29 Apr 1839|p22.htm#i545|Ruth Rose|b. 25 May 1777\nd. 25 Apr 1846|p29.htm#i716|Martin Winchell|b. 18 Apr 1735|p22.htm#i534|Priscilla Kent||p22.htm#i543|Elijah Rose|b. 27 Feb 1756\nd. 28 Nov 1815|p117.htm#i2915|Rebecca Miller|b. 23 Mar 1759\nd. b Feb 1816|p117.htm#i2916|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááSilas Newell Winchell was born on 29 March 1823 in Western, Oneida Co., New York. He was the son of Silas Winchell and Ruth Rose. He married Agnes (__?__). He died in Newport, Vermilion Co., Indiana.

Orlena Winchell

b. 10 June 1814
Orlena Winchell|b. 10 Jun 1814|p29.htm#i722|Silas Winchell|b. 21 Oct 1772\nd. 29 Apr 1839|p22.htm#i545|Ruth Rose|b. 25 May 1777\nd. 25 Apr 1846|p29.htm#i716|Martin Winchell|b. 18 Apr 1735|p22.htm#i534|Priscilla Kent||p22.htm#i543|Elijah Rose|b. 27 Feb 1756\nd. 28 Nov 1815|p117.htm#i2915|Rebecca Miller|b. 23 Mar 1759\nd. b Feb 1816|p117.htm#i2916|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááOrlena Winchell was born on 10 June 1814 in Granville, Licking Co., Ohio. She was the daughter of Silas Winchell and Ruth Rose. She married Charles Wallace.

Rev. Mansfield French1

áááááRev. Mansfield French married Austa Malinda Winchell, age 21, daughter of Silas Winchell and Ruth Rose, on 28 August 1832.

Child of Rev. Mansfield French and Austa Malinda Winchell

Citations

  1. [S92] Unknown author, Mary Stewart Kyritsis of Athens, Greece. Our esteemed cousin and genealogy mentor.

Hamline Quigley French1

b. 7 June 1850, d. 10 September 1912
Hamline Quigley French|b. 7 Jun 1850\nd. 10 Sep 1912|p29.htm#i724|Rev. Mansfield French||p29.htm#i723|Austa Malinda Winchell|b. 25 Oct 1810\nd. 25 Oct 1880|p29.htm#i720|||||||Silas Winchell|b. 21 Oct 1772\nd. 29 Apr 1839|p22.htm#i545|Ruth Rose|b. 25 May 1777\nd. 25 Apr 1846|p29.htm#i716|

Relationship=4th cousin 4 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááHamline Quigley French was born on 7 June 1850 in Chesterville, Ohio. He was the son of Rev. Mansfield French and Austa Malinda Winchell. He married, at age 22, Thecla Ida Fedora Launitz on 29 August 1872; New York City, NY. He died on 10 September 1912 in New Rochelle, New York, at age 62.

Child of Hamline Quigley French and Thecla Ida Fedora Launitz

Citations

  1. [S92] Unknown author, Mary Stewart Kyritsis of Athens, Greece. Our esteemed cousin and genealogy mentor.

Thecla Ida Fedora Launitz1

b. 1846, d. 1925
áááááThecla Ida Fedora Launitz was born in 1846. She married Hamline Quigley French, age 22, son of Rev. Mansfield French and Austa Malinda Winchell, on 29 August 1872; New York City, NY. She died in 1925.

Child of Thecla Ida Fedora Launitz and Hamline Quigley French

Citations

  1. [S92] Unknown author, Mary Stewart Kyritsis of Athens, Greece. Our esteemed cousin and genealogy mentor.
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