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William Buell

b. circa 1610, d. 23 November 1681

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááWilliam Buell was born circa 1610 possibly in England or Wales. He married Mary (__?__) on 18 November 1640 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..1,2 He died on 23 November 1681 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..3,4
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Immigration: before 1639, When he is found in Windsor.
Founder/Proprietor: Windsor, by 1639.
Occupation: Joiner.

áááááWilliams origin is unknown although he most probably came from England or Wales. The first record of him is in Windsor in 1639. Where or when he arrived in New England is unknown. The recorded death of "Goode Buell" on 3 Dec. 1639 could be that of Williams mother or possibly a first wife, if the latter, there was no known issue. The marriage of William Buell is recorded at Windsor as 18 Nov. 1640 to a woman whose maiden name is not recorded, though there is a claim that she was either a Thomas or a Post, her first name, Mary, is known from other records. Also in 1640 William was granted a five-acre home lot at Windsor bounded on the south by William Thrall. Between 1652 and 1677, records show payments to William for work as a joiner on the Windsor meeting house, including work on the seats, a pair of stocks, buttons to be used as hat pegs, casement windows for the corner windows, window shutters and in 1677 for more work on casements.

Children of William Buell and Mary (__?__)

Citations

  1. [S62] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Windsor, 2:126.
  2. [S141] TAG, "William Buell & Early Descendants", 54(1978):66.
  3. [S31] Albert Welles, History of the Buell Family, 23.
  4. [S141] TAG, "William Buell & Early Descendants", 54(1978):66.

Mary (__?__)

d. 2 September 1684

Relationship=10th great-grandmother of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááMary (__?__) married William Buell on 18 November 1640 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..1,2 She died on 2 September 1684 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..1

Children of Mary (__?__) and William Buell

Citations

  1. [S62] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Windsor, 2:126.
  2. [S141] TAG, "William Buell & Early Descendants", 54(1978):66.

Mary Buell

b. 3 September 1643, d. 24 June 1718
Mary Buell|b. 3 Sep 1643\nd. 24 Jun 1718|p73.htm#i1803|William Buell|b. c 1610\nd. 23 Nov 1681|p73.htm#i1801|Mary (__?__)|d. 2 Sep 1684|p73.htm#i1802|||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááMary Buell was born on 3 September 1643 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She was the daughter of William Buell and Mary (__?__). She married (1), at age 16, Simon Mills, age 46 (as his second wife), son of John Mills and Wilmott Frenshe, on 23 February 1659/60 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She married (2) Samuel Bissell, son of John Bissell, after 1683.1 She died on 24 June 1718 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 74.

Citations

  1. [S141] TAG, "William Buell & Early Descendants", 54(1978):74: McCracken suggests that this Samuel Bissell is a son of John(2), John(1)..

Samuel Buell

b. 2 September 1641, d. 11 July 1720
Samuel Buell|b. 2 Sep 1641\nd. 11 Jul 1720|p73.htm#i1804|William Buell|b. c 1610\nd. 23 Nov 1681|p73.htm#i1801|Mary (__?__)|d. 2 Sep 1684|p73.htm#i1802|||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááSamuel Buell was born on 2 September 1641 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. He was the son of William Buell and Mary (__?__). He married, at age 21, Deborah Griswold, age 16, daughter of Mr. Edward Griswold and Margaret (__?__), on 13 November 1662 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. He died on 11 July 1720 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co, Conn., at age 78.

Hannah Buell

b. 8 January 1646/47, d. 26 September 1704
Hannah Buell|b. 8 Jan 1646/47\nd. 26 Sep 1704|p73.htm#i1805|William Buell|b. c 1610\nd. 23 Nov 1681|p73.htm#i1801|Mary (__?__)|d. 2 Sep 1684|p73.htm#i1802|||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááHannah Buell was born on 8 January 1646/47 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She was the daughter of William Buell and Mary (__?__). She married, at age 16, Timothy Palmer, age 21, son of Nicholas Palmer, on 17 September 1663 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She died on 26 September 1704 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 57.

Children of Hannah Buell and Timothy Palmer

Hepzibah Buell

b. 11 December 1649, d. March 1703/4
Hepzibah Buell|b. 11 Dec 1649\nd. Mar 1703/4|p73.htm#i1806|William Buell|b. c 1610\nd. 23 Nov 1681|p73.htm#i1801|Mary (__?__)|d. 2 Sep 1684|p73.htm#i1802|||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááHepzibah Buell was born on 11 December 1649 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..1 She was the daughter of William Buell and Mary (__?__). She married (1), at age 23, Lieut. Thomas Wells, age 21, son of Thomas Wells, on 12 January 1672/73 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She married (2), at age 49, Daniel Belden, age 50, son of William Belden and Thomasine Sherwood, on 17 February 1698/99 in Deerfield, Mass..2 She died in March 1703/4 in Deerfield, Mass., at age 54, killed by Indians on the march to Canada from Deerfield.2
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Relationship: Aunt.

The story of Hepzibah Buell, our aunt and sister to our ancestor Peter Buell, is one of the most tragic surviving story of our early relatives.
áááááIn 1673 Hepzibah Buell married Thomas Welles who was born in 1652 into a family of some means. Hepzibah's social position was such that she was fined in 1673, and again in 1676, for "wearing silk". Such blatant displays of vanity were frowned upon in New England's strict puritan society. Thomas and Hepzibah started their family in Hadley MA., and about 1684, moved to Deerfield MA. Thomas Welles was a leader in both the military and civil community of Hadley and Deerfield and had been in the fight at Turner's Falls in 1676. He died in 1691 leaving Hepzibah a widow with eight children.
áááááDeerfield was one of the northernmost settlements along the Connecticut River Valley which was a major route of travel for the Indians of New England and Canada. The inhabitants of Deerfield were in constant contact with both local and traveling Indians who passed through the area on missions of trade, hunting, and war.
áááááOn the night of June 6, 1693, a party of Canadian Indians made a raid on two of the homesteads in Deerfield. These Indians were accompanied by a few Scatacook Indians, of Albany, who had been camped in the area for trade with the English after their winter's hunt. At the home of Thomas Broughton, Thomas, his pregnant wife, and their three children were murdered and scalped. "One Holms lay in ye chamber at B(roughton's) & say ym & heard ye people plead for yr lives; ye man plead if his own life might not be spard his xdren might, but ye answered an Indian, we don't care for ye xdren & will kill ym all".
áááááHepzibah (Buell) Welles was inside the palisade with a sick child when the Indians arrived at her home. At home were her children, Mary, aged 19, Sarah, 17, Hepzibah, 5, and a son, Daniel, 8. At the onslaught Nathaniel Kellog had escaped from the Welles home through a window and brought the alarm to the fortification. Reportedly, Hepzibah ignored the real danger of a possible all-out attack on the fort and left the safety of the palisade to rush to her children's aid. The three daughters had all been tomahawked and scalped with only Daniel escaping injury, apparently remaining asleep in the chamber throughout the attack. Conflicting reports also claim that Hepzibah herself was also tomahawked and scalped. Miraculously, only 17 year old Sarah would die of the attack and Hepzibah took her injured children to Windsor, CT to heal their wounds among her family.
áááááHepzibah returned to Deerfield where she married Daniel Belden in 1699. The adventurous spirit which brought these settlers to Deerfield had also cost Daniel Belden much anguish.
áááááOn September 16, 1696, Canadian Mohawk Indians attacked Deerfield. At the home of Daniel Belden they killed his wife, Elizabeth Foote, also killed were two of his sons and one daughter, another son was badly wounded and two daughters escaped. Daniel, his 22 year old son Nathaniel and 13 year old daughter Esther were taken prisoner, and, along with John Gillett (Joseph2, Johnathan1), our second cousin, were marched off to Canada.
ááááá"Wn Mr. B. & company came to the fort calld Oso, the males were obliged to run the Gauntlet near it. Mr. B being a very nimble or lightfooted man, received but few blows, save at first setting out, but the other men were much abusd by clubs, firebrands, &c;". John Gillett and Nathaniel Belden were given to the French and worked as servants to the Holy Sisters at their farm. John Gillett was eventually sent to France where he was able to make his way to England and found passage back to New England. Daniel was sold to the French and worked as a servant to the Jesuits in their seminary. "his business was to wait upon them & cutt wood, make fires & tend the garden &c. He accounted himself favorably dealt with."
áááááThe following winter, an Article of Peace was made between England and France, and in April of that year, Daniel and his children, along with about 20 more English and some Dutch prisoners, were freed and taken to Albany. The Dutch "showed to him a great deal of kindness, offered to send him home directly to Deerfd Coll Schyler clothd him & his xdren at the desire of his brother Mr. John Belding of Norwalk".
áááááOn February 29, 1703/4, an expedition consisting of 200 French soldiers, and 140 French Mohawks and Abenakis Indians descended on Deerfield. Of the towns 268 inhabitants, all but 126 were either killed or captured, among those killed was Hepzibah's daughter Mary, who had survived the injuries of the attack in 1693. 112 captives, including Hepzibah (Buell) Belden, began the well chronicled 300 mile winter march to Canada, more than half were under the age of 18. On the march, 22 would die from exposure, hunger, or the tomahawk which was used on those who lagged behind. Of those who survived the march to Canada, only about 60 would eventually return to their homes. The rest either dying in captivity or taking up with their French or Indian captors. Reportedly, a short distance into the march to Canada, Hepzibah's strength failed, she fell behind and was killed.
áááááThe hardships suffered in the day-to-day lives of our early New England ancestors are hard to imagine. Even by the standards of the times, the tragedies suffered by Hepzibah Buell's family may seem extreme. However, to those who chose to live in the furthest frontier towns such as Deerfield, similar stories can be told by nearly all the early families. And, as it turned out, fate was not done with the family of Hepzibah. During Queen Anne's War, in 1706, her son John was captured and sent to Canada where he was killed by Indians in May of 1709.

Children of Hepzibah Buell and Lieut. Thomas Wells

Citations

  1. [S141] TAG, "William Buell & Early Descendants", 54(1978):157.
  2. [S207] George Sheldon, History of Deerfield, 232.

Sarah Buell

b. 21 March 1653/54, d. between 1676 and 1684
Sarah Buell|b. 21 Mar 1653/54\nd. bt 1676 - 1684|p73.htm#i1807|William Buell|b. c 1610\nd. 23 Nov 1681|p73.htm#i1801|Mary (__?__)|d. 2 Sep 1684|p73.htm#i1802|||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááSarah Buell was born on 21 March 1653/54 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She was the daughter of William Buell and Mary (__?__). She died between 1676 and 1684 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., unmarried.

Abigail Buell

b. 12 February 1655/56, d. before 1684
Abigail Buell|b. 12 Feb 1655/56\nd. b 1684|p73.htm#i1808|William Buell|b. c 1610\nd. 23 Nov 1681|p73.htm#i1801|Mary (__?__)|d. 2 Sep 1684|p73.htm#i1802|||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááAbigail Buell was born on 12 February 1655/56 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She was the daughter of William Buell and Mary (__?__). She died before 1684.

Simon Mills

b. 25 April 1613, d. 6 July 1683
Simon Mills|b. 25 Apr 1613\nd. 6 Jul 1683|p73.htm#i1809|John Mills||p122.htm#i3043|Wilmott Frenshe||p122.htm#i3044|||||||||||||
áááááSimon Mills was baptized on 25 April 1613 in Barnstaple, Devonshire, England. He was the son of John Mills and Wilmott Frenshe. He married, at age 46, Mary Buell, age 16, daughter of William Buell and Mary (__?__), on 23 February 1659/60 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.; (as his second wife). He died on 6 July 1683 at age 70.

Lieut. Thomas Wells

b. 10 January 1652, d. 1691
Lieut. Thomas Wells|b. 10 Jan 1652\nd. 1691|p73.htm#i1810|Thomas Wells||p119.htm#i2963||||||||||||||||
áááááLieut. Thomas Wells was born on 10 January 1652. He was the son of Thomas Wells. He married, at age 21, Hepzibah Buell, age 23, daughter of William Buell and Mary (__?__), on 12 January 1672/73 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. He died in 1691 in Deerfield, Mass..

Children of Lieut. Thomas Wells and Hepzibah Buell

Daniel Belden

b. 20 November 1648, d. 14 August 1732
Daniel Belden|b. 20 Nov 1648\nd. 14 Aug 1732|p73.htm#i1811|William Belden|b. c 1622\nd. 27 Mar 1655|p61.htm#i1507|Thomasine Sherwood|b. c 1615|p60.htm#i1492|Richard Belden|d. 1655|p111.htm#i2763|Margaret Ackrenden||p111.htm#i2764|Thomas Sherwood|b. 1585\nd. bt 21 Jul 1655 - Oct 1655|p59.htm#i1474|Alice (__?__)|b. c 1587\nd. b 1639|p60.htm#i1486|

Relationship=1st cousin 9 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááDaniel Belden was born on 20 November 1648. He was the son of William Belden and Thomasine Sherwood. He married (1) Elizabeth Foote. He married (2), at age 50, Hepzibah Buell, age 49, daughter of William Buell and Mary (__?__), on 17 February 1698/99 in Deerfield, Mass..1 He married (3) Elizabeth Hawkes; (widow of Mr. Matoon). He died on 14 August 1732 in Deerfield, Mass., at age 83.
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On September 16, 1696, Canadian Mohawk Indians attacked Deerfield, Ma. At the home of Daniel Belden (Belding) they killed his wife Elizabeth Foote, also killed were two of his sons and one daughter, another son was badly wounded and two daughters escaped. Daniel, his 22 year old son Nathaniel and 13 year old daughter Esther were taken prisoner, and, along with (our second cousin) John Gillett (Joseph2, Johnathan1) were marched off to Canada.
"Wn Mr. B. & company came to the fort calld Oso, the males were obliged to run the Gauntlet near it. Mr. B being a very nimble or lightfooted man, received but few blows, save at first setting out, but the other men were much abusd by clubs, firebrands, &c;". John Gillett and Nathaniel Belden were given to the French and worked as servants to the Holy Sisters at their farm. John Gillett was eventually sent to France where he was able to make his way to England and found passage back to New England. Daniel was sold to the French and worked as servant to the Jesuits in their seminary. "his business was to wait upon them & cutt wood, make fires & tend the garden &c. He accounted himself favorably dealt with."
The following winter, an Article of Peace was made between England and France, and in April of that year Daniel and his children, along with about 20 more English and some Dutch prisoners, were freed and taken to Albany. The Dutch "showed to him a great deal of kindness, offered to send him home directly to Deerfd Coll Schyler clothd him & his xdren at the desire of his brother Mr. John Belding of Norwalk".

Citations

  1. [S207] George Sheldon, History of Deerfield, 232.

Abigail Hayes

b. 3 November 1723, d. 11 January 1813
Abigail Hayes|b. 3 Nov 1723\nd. 11 Jan 1813|p73.htm#i1812|Samuel Hayes|b. 1699\nd. a Mar 1787|p66.htm#i1650|Elizabeth Wilcoxson|b. 11 Oct 1700\nd. a 1759|p72.htm#i1778|George Hayes|b. c 1655\nd. 2 Sep 1725|p73.htm#i1822|Abigail Dibble|b. 19 Jan 1666/67\nd. a 5 Oct 1725|p73.htm#i1825|Sergt. William Wilcoxson|b. c 1670\nd. 22 Mar 1732/33|p65.htm#i1615|Elizabeth Wilson|b. 24 Sep 1674\nd. 27 Jul 1746|p65.htm#i1617|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááAbigail Hayes was born on 3 November 1723 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. She was the daughter of Samuel Hayes and Elizabeth Wilcoxson. She married, at age 18, Daniel Hayes, age 25, son of Daniel Hayes and Martha Holcomb, on 13 May 1742 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. She died on 11 January 1813 in Granby, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 89.

Elizabeth Hayes

b. 17 October 1721, d. 31 August 1805
Elizabeth Hayes|b. 17 Oct 1721\nd. 31 Aug 1805|p73.htm#i1813|Samuel Hayes|b. 1699\nd. a Mar 1787|p66.htm#i1650|Elizabeth Wilcoxson|b. 11 Oct 1700\nd. a 1759|p72.htm#i1778|George Hayes|b. c 1655\nd. 2 Sep 1725|p73.htm#i1822|Abigail Dibble|b. 19 Jan 1666/67\nd. a 5 Oct 1725|p73.htm#i1825|Sergt. William Wilcoxson|b. c 1670\nd. 22 Mar 1732/33|p65.htm#i1615|Elizabeth Wilson|b. 24 Sep 1674\nd. 27 Jul 1746|p65.htm#i1617|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááElizabeth Hayes was born on 17 October 1721 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. She was the daughter of Samuel Hayes and Elizabeth Wilcoxson. She married, at age 18, Joseph Gillett, age 27, son of Benjamin Gillett and Elizabeth Austin, on 20 March 1739/40 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. She died on 31 August 1805 in Granby, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 83.

Child of Elizabeth Hayes and Joseph Gillett

Lydia Hayes

b. 18 February 1719/20
Lydia Hayes|b. 18 Feb 1719/20|p73.htm#i1814|Samuel Hayes|b. 1699\nd. a Mar 1787|p66.htm#i1650|Elizabeth Wilcoxson|b. 11 Oct 1700\nd. a 1759|p72.htm#i1778|George Hayes|b. c 1655\nd. 2 Sep 1725|p73.htm#i1822|Abigail Dibble|b. 19 Jan 1666/67\nd. a 5 Oct 1725|p73.htm#i1825|Sergt. William Wilcoxson|b. c 1670\nd. 22 Mar 1732/33|p65.htm#i1615|Elizabeth Wilson|b. 24 Sep 1674\nd. 27 Jul 1746|p65.htm#i1617|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááLydia Hayes was born on 18 February 1719/20 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. She was the daughter of Samuel Hayes and Elizabeth Wilcoxson. She married, at age 16, Benjamin Gillett, age 27, son of Benjamin Gillett and Elizabeth Austin, on 4 August 1736 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn..

Benjamin Gillett

b. 2 November 1708
Benjamin Gillett|b. 2 Nov 1708|p73.htm#i1815|Benjamin Gillett|b. 3 Oct 1680|p134.htm#i3341|Elizabeth Austin|b. 2 Apr 1684\nd. 7 Oct 1752|p134.htm#i3342|John Gillett|b. 5 Oct 1644\nd. c Nov 1682|p89.htm#i2222|Mary Barber|b. 12 Oct 1651\nd. 29 Mar 1725|p89.htm#i2223|||||||

Relationship=3rd cousin 8 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááBenjamin Gillett was born on 2 November 1708 in Suffield, Hartford Co., Conn.. He was the son of Benjamin Gillett and Elizabeth Austin. He married, at age 27, Lydia Hayes, age 16, daughter of Samuel Hayes and Elizabeth Wilcoxson, on 4 August 1736 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn..

Joseph Gillett

b. 14 October 1712, d. July 1776
Joseph Gillett|b. 14 Oct 1712\nd. Jul 1776|p73.htm#i1816|Benjamin Gillett|b. 3 Oct 1680|p134.htm#i3341|Elizabeth Austin|b. 2 Apr 1684\nd. 7 Oct 1752|p134.htm#i3342|John Gillett|b. 5 Oct 1644\nd. c Nov 1682|p89.htm#i2222|Mary Barber|b. 12 Oct 1651\nd. 29 Mar 1725|p89.htm#i2223|||||||

Relationship=3rd cousin 8 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááJoseph Gillett was born on 14 October 1712 in Suffield, Hartford Co., Conn.. He was the son of Benjamin Gillett and Elizabeth Austin. He married, at age 27, Elizabeth Hayes, age 18, daughter of Samuel Hayes and Elizabeth Wilcoxson, on 20 March 1739/40 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. He died in July 1776 in Suffield, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 63.

Child of Joseph Gillett and Elizabeth Hayes

Daniel Hayes

b. 20 December 1716, d. 1786
Daniel Hayes|b. 20 Dec 1716\nd. 1786|p73.htm#i1817|Daniel Hayes|b. 26 Apr 1686\nd. 23 Sep 1756|p69.htm#i1721|Martha Holcomb|b. 1682\nd. 9 Jan 1717/18|p55.htm#i1369|George Hayes|b. c 1655\nd. 2 Sep 1725|p73.htm#i1822|Abigail Dibble|b. 19 Jan 1666/67\nd. a 5 Oct 1725|p73.htm#i1825|Nathaniel Holcomb|b. 4 Nov 1648\nd. 5 Mar 1740/41|p43.htm#i1054|Mary Bliss|b. 23 Sep 1651\nd. b 1722|p43.htm#i1055|

Relationship=1st cousin 7 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááDaniel Hayes was born on 20 December 1716. He was the son of Daniel Hayes and Martha Holcomb. He married, at age 25, Abigail Hayes, age 18, daughter of Samuel Hayes and Elizabeth Wilcoxson, on 13 May 1742 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. He died in 1786 in Salmon Brook (now Granby), Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn..

Rosanna Holcomb

Rosanna Holcomb||p73.htm#i1818|Judah Holcomb|b. 1705\nd. 5 Jan 1802|p69.htm#i1715|Hannah Buttolph|b. 20 Feb 1711/12\nd. 11 Mar 1765|p70.htm#i1728|Lieut. Nathaniel Holcomb|b. 11 Jun 1673\nd. 29 Sep 1766|p46.htm#i1133|Martha Buell|b. 27 Dec 1675\nd. 6 Sep 1760|p57.htm#i1417|Sergt. David Buttolph||p109.htm#i2716|Mary Buck||p109.htm#i2717|

Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááRosanna Holcomb was born. She was the daughter of Judah Holcomb and Hannah Buttolph. She married Samuel Hayes, son of Samuel Hayes and Elizabeth Wilcoxson.

Child of Rosanna Holcomb and Samuel Hayes

Martha Holcomb

b. 1727, d. 7 April 1797
Martha Holcomb|b. 1727\nd. 7 Apr 1797|p73.htm#i1819|Lieut. David Holcomb|b. c 1699\nd. Feb 1784|p69.htm#i1717|Mehitable Buttolph|b. 25 Aug 1704\nd. 4 Mar 1767|p70.htm#i1727|Lieut. Nathaniel Holcomb|b. 11 Jun 1673\nd. 29 Sep 1766|p46.htm#i1133|Martha Buell|b. 27 Dec 1675\nd. 6 Sep 1760|p57.htm#i1417|Sergt. David Buttolph||p109.htm#i2716|Mary Buck||p109.htm#i2717|

Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááMartha Holcomb was born in 1727. She was the daughter of Lieut. David Holcomb and Mehitable Buttolph. She married Asahel Hayes, son of Samuel Hayes and Elizabeth Wilcoxson, in 1749. She died on 7 April 1797.

Reuben Holcomb

b. circa 1726, d. 24 May 1797
Reuben Holcomb|b. c 1726\nd. 24 May 1797|p73.htm#i1820|Lieut. David Holcomb|b. c 1699\nd. Feb 1784|p69.htm#i1717|Mehitable Buttolph|b. 25 Aug 1704\nd. 4 Mar 1767|p70.htm#i1727|Lieut. Nathaniel Holcomb|b. 11 Jun 1673\nd. 29 Sep 1766|p46.htm#i1133|Martha Buell|b. 27 Dec 1675\nd. 6 Sep 1760|p57.htm#i1417|Sergt. David Buttolph||p109.htm#i2716|Mary Buck||p109.htm#i2717|

Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááReuben Holcomb was born circa 1726. He was the son of Lieut. David Holcomb and Mehitable Buttolph. He married Susanna Hayes, daughter of Samuel Hayes and Elizabeth Wilcoxson. He died on 24 May 1797 in Granby, Hartford Co., Conn..

Hannah Holcomb

b. 28 August 1739, d. 23 June 1823
Hannah Holcomb|b. 28 Aug 1739\nd. 23 Jun 1823|p73.htm#i1821|Judah Holcomb|b. 1705\nd. 5 Jan 1802|p69.htm#i1715|Hannah Buttolph|b. 20 Feb 1711/12\nd. 11 Mar 1765|p70.htm#i1728|Lieut. Nathaniel Holcomb|b. 11 Jun 1673\nd. 29 Sep 1766|p46.htm#i1133|Martha Buell|b. 27 Dec 1675\nd. 6 Sep 1760|p57.htm#i1417|Sergt. David Buttolph||p109.htm#i2716|Mary Buck||p109.htm#i2717|

Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááHannah Holcomb was born on 28 August 1739 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. She was the daughter of Judah Holcomb and Hannah Buttolph. She married Silas Hayes, son of Samuel Hayes and Elizabeth Wilcoxson. She died on 23 June 1823 in Granby, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 83.

George Hayes

b. circa 1655, d. 2 September 1725

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
Charts
Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááGeorge Hayes was born circa 1655 in Scotland.1,2 He married (1) Sarah (__?__) before 1682 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..3 He married (2) Abigail Dibble, age 16, daughter of Samuel Dibble and Abigail Graves, on 29 August 1683 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..4 He died on 2 September 1725 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn..5
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Immigration: circa 1680, Emigrated from England, originally from Scotland.
Residence: in 1689 Moved to Simsbury from Windsor.

According to Ezekiel Hayes, of New Haven, a great grandson of George;
áááááGeorge Hayes "Went from Scotland to Derbyshire in England, and lived with his uncle. He was anxious to see London, whither he went. Having received some account of America, he took passage to this country. He married, and had three children. His wife died; and also his children. Afterwards he married Abigail Dibol of Long Island, and lived in Windsor Connecticut, and by her had ten [eleven] children."
áááááGeorge Hayes is first found New England in Windsor in 1682. He married first, Sarah (_____), by whom he had three children, all of whom died soon. His last child by this marriage was George, born March 26, 1683. His wife, Sarah, died the following day and George Jr. died a week later. George next married Abigail Dibble who gave him eleven children, all of whom survived to adulthood. The first seven children of this marriage were born in Windsor. The remaining children were born in Salmon Brook (later Granby), where George had located in 1698.
áááááIn 1698, George purchased the Salmon Brook homestead of Thomas Griffin. In 1708, John Matson conveyed to "Georg hayse" land lying between the low meadow lots and the upper Meadow lots, being ten acres more or less along Crooked Brook. In 1723 the town granted 138 acres to George Hayes Sr.

George Hayes is an ancestor of Ruthorford B. Hayes, 19'th President of the United States.

Child of George Hayes and Sarah (__?__)

Children of George Hayes and Abigail Dibble

Citations

  1. [S100] NEHGR, Rev. Charles W. Hayes, "The Hayes Family of Connecticut", 36(1882):387 .
  2. [S55] Charles Manwaring, Early Conn. Probate Records, 2:524, "Age about 70 years".
  3. [S77] Rev. Charles W. Hayes, George Hayes of Windsor, 2.
  4. [S77] Rev. Charles W. Hayes, George Hayes of Windsor, 3.
  5. [S77] Rev. Charles W. Hayes, George Hayes of Windsor, 4.

Sarah (__?__)

d. 27 March 1683
áááááSarah (__?__) married (1) George Hayes before 1682 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..1 She died on 27 March 1683 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., one day after giving birth.1

Child of Sarah (__?__) and George Hayes

Citations

  1. [S77] Rev. Charles W. Hayes, George Hayes of Windsor, 2.

George Hayes

b. 26 March 1683, d. 3 April 1683
George Hayes|b. 26 Mar 1683\nd. 3 Apr 1683|p73.htm#i1824|George Hayes|b. c 1655\nd. 2 Sep 1725|p73.htm#i1822|Sarah (__?__)|d. 27 Mar 1683|p73.htm#i1823|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááGeorge Hayes was born on 26 March 1683. He was the son of George Hayes and Sarah (__?__). He died on 3 April 1683 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 0 age 8 days.

Abigail Dibble

b. 19 January 1666/67, d. after 5 October 1725
Abigail Dibble|b. 19 Jan 1666/67\nd. a 5 Oct 1725|p73.htm#i1825|Samuel Dibble|b. 19 Feb 1643/44\nd. 5 Jun 1709|p74.htm#i1850|Abigail Graves|d. 20 Jan 1666/67-30 Jan 1666/67|p75.htm#i1851|Thomas Dibble|b. c 1613\nd. 17 Oct 1700|p75.htm#i1854|Miriam (__?__)|d. 14 May 1681|p101.htm#i2525|William Graves|d. bt 13 Jun 1679 - 20 Jun 1679|p102.htm#i2536||||

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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áááááAbigail Dibble was born on 19 January 1666/67 in Stamford, Conn..1,2,3 She was the daughter of Samuel Dibble and Abigail Graves. She married, at age 16, George Hayes on 29 August 1683 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..4 She died after 5 October 1725 when she exhibits her husbands will.5

Children of Abigail Dibble and George Hayes

Citations

  1. [S24] New York Historical Society Collections, Abstract of Wills, Vol 1, 1665-1707, 53, Wm Graves of Newton, Long Island, leaves land and goods to "my grandchild, Abigail Dibble, now living in Connecticutt.".
  2. [S48] Wyllys Papers, Transcript , 26, Thomas Steadwell's testimony shows the birth of a child to Samuel and Abigail (Graves) Dibble in Stamford on Saturday morning. This Saturday is the 19'th of January, 1666/7 and is the daughter, Abigail, whose birth Samuel Dibble later recorded in Windsor.
  3. [S100] NEHGR, Norbert R. Bankert, "More on the Identity of Abigail (Graves) Dibble, and Her Tragic Death and Suspicions of Witchcraft", 155(2001):278 .
  4. [S77] Rev. Charles W. Hayes, George Hayes of Windsor, 3.
  5. [S55] Charles Manwaring, Early Conn. Probate Records, 2:523.
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