2 Jehiel SLOSSON

Male 1788 - 1856  (67 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  2 Jehiel SLOSSON was born 23 Jul 1788, Greenville, Greene County, New York (son of Jehiel SLOSSON and Rebecca DUDLEY); died 12 Jul 1856, Maine, Broome County,New York.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1820, Lisle, Broome, New York, USA
    • Occupation: 1828; The deputy at the first Post-Office in Maine
    • Census: 1850, Living in Maine, Broome Co., New York
    • Occupation: 1850; Farmer

    Jehiel married Amy LADD NY?. Amy (daughter of Cyrus LADD and Amy ALLEN) was born 27 Feb 1789, Amsterdam, Montgomery Co., New York; died 08 Sep 1858, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA; was buried , Hillside Cemetery, Kalamo, Eaton Co., Michigan. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Orilla SLOSSON was born 01 May 1814, Union, (now Newark Valley), New York; died 1897, Maine, Broome County, New York; was buried , Maine Village Cemetery, Maine Broome Co., New York.
    2. Jehiel Dudley SLOSSON was born 18 Apr 1817, Union, New York; died 1898, Kalamo, Eaton County, Michigan; was buried , Hillside Cemetery, Kalamo, Eaton Co., Michigan.
    3. Gaylord SLOSSON was born 22 Oct 1819, Union, New York; died 09 Mar 1841.
    4. Ambrose SLOSSON was born 27 Jan 1822, Union, New York; died 21 Aug 1886, Kalamo, Michigan; was buried , Hillside Cemetery, Kalamo, Eaton Co., Michigan.
    5. Cyrus Ladd SLOSSON was born 27 Jan 1826, Union, New York; died 22 Apr 1913, Kalamo, Eaton County, Michigan; was buried , Hillside Cemetery, Kalamo, Eaton Co., Michigan.
    6. Charles SLOSSON was born 27 Jan 1829, Union, New York; died 6 Aug 1893, Buffalo, Erie Co., New York; was buried , Evergreen Cemetery, Owego, Tioga Co., New York.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Jehiel SLOSSON was born 04 Nov 1758, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA (son of Daniel SLOSSON and Keziah BENTON); died 22 Jan 1807, Greenville, Greene County, New York.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: 04 Nov 1759, Kent, Conn
    • Death: 22 Jan 1807, Union, Broom Co., New York

    Notes:

    "George Slawson - An American Pioneer": Jehiel, the restless Minuteman, after the Revolutionary War, with his wife, Rebecca, left the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts, and crossed the Hudson River into New York State. There in the hills of Greenville, near the Catskills, they farmed and raised their family.
    Their new home, Coxsackie, the Slossons found had some patriotic fame, for here the Dutch farmers had made a freedom declaration even before the signing of the American Declaration of Independence.
    While living in Coxsackie for some half-dozen years, the couple had two children, Jehiel, Jr., and a daughter, Becky. They are listed in first U.S. Decennial Census, 1790, page 23. But life in that river town did not satisfy Jehiel's restless spirit. It was commercial, and now he remembered the quiet, wooded Berkshire Hills. Again the Slossons wre on the move - westward and northward to the small town of Greenville in New York hills.
    Again, the Slossons were early settlers. They had arrived about 1791, and it was not until about 1803 when the setlement once called Freehold was given its present name of Greenville.
    Jehiel was a farmer, and probably a craftsman as well. Remote Greenille had varied home industries, it is recorded. Further, two small pieces of handmade Colonial furniture still in the family are believed to have been made by Jehiel in his Greenville home.
    Tragedy came, however, when Jehiel at the age of forty-nine passed on. Rebecca met that challenge by leading her seven children in a wagon train westward, down the mountains, through the Susquehanna River Valley to a new life in south-central New York State....
    Jehiel was the second child of Daniel and Keziah Slosson. Jehiel's name - probably best pronounces as a "he" in the center - was derived from the Old Testament. Jehiel appears in Chronicles as the son of Good King Jehoshaphat.
    Finally, on January 22, 1807, the ather, Jehiel, when he was only forty-nine years old, answered the final call. His restless spirit had made that final trip. And two weeks later, his fifteen-year-old girl, Sally, also passed away. The cause of their demise is not known. Jehiel might have had a war disability, or again, a wintertime epidemic may have swept through that area, where the closed doctor may have been miles away.
    Rebecca was now a widow with seven dependent children. Doubtless Jehiel left her with a reasonably good farm and their homestead. ...
    News of her plight slowly went to relatives in various places. Meanwhile, she pondered what would be best for her children. Finally word was received from Jehiel's uncle, Enoch Slosson, suggesting that her family come to live near him in the south-central part of New York State. Summarized from century-old notes written by William patterson, who had married into the family, here is why Enoch turned out to be the benefactor of Rebecca's family.
    Years before, bread had been cast on the waters in the Slosson family. Third-generation Nathaniel had been given a land gift by his father-in-law. Nathaniel, in turn, had given some land to his son, fourth-generation Enoch. And now Enoch was volunteering to help the family of his nephew, fifth-generation Jehiel.
    However, it was an unusual cause-and-effect story whereby Enoch happened to be living in New York state in a position to offer Rebecca assistance. years before he had followed his brother Daniel into the Berkshire Hills. There, in Stockbridge, as a respected citizen, he had been elected constable, the position his father had similarly held in Kent.
    In connection with his official duties, Enoch accused a captain of partiality in giving evidence under oath. The church took the captain's side; Enoch stood by his convictions, and so had been admonished by the church.
    Perhaps because of this treatment, in 1793 Enoch moved with some of his family into the wilderness area at Brown's Settlement on the Boston Settlement on the Boston purchase in Newark Valley in Tioga County south-central new York State. There he pioneered and apparently prospered with the growth of the area. Subsequently, the Stockbridge captain, on his deathbed, confessed the wrong he had done to Slosson, who was then pardoned by the church. Thus Enoch was well able to help Rebecca. Completing his life story, although distressed by his church troubles, he lived to the age of ninety-four.
    After receiving the Enoch Slosson offer to join his family, Rebecca reflected that it might be easier simpl to remain in Greenville. but that hll area was rather isolated with limited opportunies for her children. Again, she could backtrack to the Berkshire Hills or to Connecticut where many friends and relatives were living.
    But Enoch's location was in a new land with plenty of space for her family to grow and develop. Further, and this was important, it was in the direction her restless Jehiel had been headed.
    And so Rebecca decided - she would continue that long journey to the west.....
    Rebecca Slosson had a full, adventurous life. Finally, at Union (now Newark Valley) on May 29, 1827, at the age of sixty-eight, she passed on to be with the Lord. The burial place is given as near Naticoke Springs, Broome County, New York

    Jehiel married Rebecca DUDLEY New York, USA. Rebecca (daughter of Nathan DUDLEY and Rebecca STONE) was born Bef 1762, Roxbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut; died 29 May 1827, Union, Broome County, New York; was buried 31 May 1827, Nanticoke Springs. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Rebecca DUDLEY was born Bef 1762, Roxbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut (daughter of Nathan DUDLEY and Rebecca STONE); died 29 May 1827, Union, Broome County, New York; was buried 31 May 1827, Nanticoke Springs.

    Other Events:

    • AFN: W08S-D4

    Children:
    1. Anna SLOSSON was born 02 May 1797, Greenville, Greene County, New York; died 12 Dec 1886, Maine, Broome County, New York.
    2. Nathan SLOSSON was born 07 Apr 1795, Greenville, Greene County, New York; died 27 Feb 1858, Maine, New York; was buried , Maine Village Cemetery, Maine Broome Co., New York.
    3. Abner SLOSSON was born 17 Oct 1800, Greenville, Greene County, New York; died 21 May 1877, Northwood, Worth County, Iowa; was buried , State Line Cemetery, Grove, Worth County, Iowa.
    4. Giles SLOSSON was born 07 Mar 1803, Greenville, Greene County, New York; died Aft 1880, Maine, Broome County, New York.
    5. Becky SLOSSON was born 02 Mar 1790, Greenville, Greene County, New York; died 13 May 1840, Union, (now Newark Valley), New York.
    6. 1. Jehiel SLOSSON was born 23 Jul 1788, Greenville, Greene County, New York; died 12 Jul 1856, Maine, Broome County,New York.
    7. Sally SLOSSON was born 18 Jul 1792, Greenville, Greene County, New York; died 08 Feb 1807, Greenville, Greene County, New York.
    8. Orilla SLOSSON was born 24 May 1793, Greenville, Greene County, New York; died 04 May 1819, Stockbridge, Massachusetts.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Daniel SLOSSONDaniel SLOSSON was born Abt 1729, Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA (son of Nathaniel SLOSSON and Margaret BELDEN); died 27 Feb 1805, Richmond, Berkshire, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , Cone Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts.

    Other Events:

    • Religion: Oct 1785; Joined the Church in Richmond, Mass.
    • Census: 1790, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Mass.

    Notes:

    Note from "Slosson Genealogy": Daniel built the "Caswell house," in Kent, and from there moved to Richmond, Mass.

    "George Slawson" by Harold D. Slosson: Finally news came to Daniel and Keziah that the General Court of Massachusetts had opened for colonization the western part of that state. The area lay just north of them; it was the opportunity they were looking for. the expression "Western Fever," according to one reference, actually originated in Kent, Connecticut. In any event, Daniel contrated it, and in the next year, 1762, the Slossons were again on the migration trail. The specific place of interest to Daniel and Keziah was about midway in western Massachusetts between Connecticut and Vermont, and close to the New York State line. Actually, it was only some fifty miles north of Kent......
    Transportation in Colonial days, however, was a real problem. Perhaps at that early day there may have been some kind of a wagon road in the Housatonic River Valley extending for a ways north of Kent. The Slossons' final destination, however, was off the river course, in a primitive and heavily forested area.
    It is believed that the Slossons went northward on horseback, pack-train fashion, perhaps driving some stock before them. Most probably it was a three-day journey, with rivers to ford, hills to climb, and forests to ride through, requiring at least two nights of camping out on the way. At night, after their horses were fed and hobbled to keep them from straying, the Slossons ate supper around a lively campfire. Thereafter, with strts as their lamplight, trees as their cover, and pine needles as their mattress, they rolled into blankets for some sound sleep. Early the following morning they would push farther into the forest.
    It might also be mentioned that now going through Kent is a footpath - ossibly following an old Indian course - Called the Appalachian Trail, or in some places the "Long trail." Starting in southern United States, it extends some 2000 miles north, almost to the Canadian border. But even this long trail couldn't finally help Daniel and Keziah, since - as before indicated - they eventually would diverge westerly from the trail's north-easterly course......
    Daniel's next younger brother, John, and his wife, Hannah, decided to go to this new land also, taking with them their two-year-old daughter, Aldine. Daniel, now the leader, and his wife, Keziah, had with them daughter Eunice, perhaps six years old; their son Jehiel, about three; and Anna, a babe in arms of less than one year.
    Finally, the Slossons reached a clearing, the start of a settlement then called Mt. Ephraim, now the present town of Richmond. No grand group of greeters awaited them to point out their allotted land, since at tht time there were screly more than a dozen white men in this immediate area. Captain Micah Mudge and his family came in 1760, and a few more families arrived in 1761. And now the Slossons were the first to arrive in 1762. Not until 1765, after more settlers were there, was the town actually established. Thus the Slossons were among the very first settlers in this section of the Berkshire Hills which had been purchases from the Indians.
    In those pioneer days, much political organizing had to be done with the Slossons doing their share. For example, John Slosson is listed on the committee to oversee the construction of the town meetinghouse, a stout, well-built building. It is believed this structure, in excellent repair - including a good coat of white paint - stands to this day. John was also the town clerk for a time, it has been reported.
    "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War": Vol. 14, p. 307 -
    SLOSSON, DANIEL. Private, Lieut. Jabes Colt's Co., Col. rosseter's detachment of Berkshire Co. militia; entered service Jul 17, 1777; discharged July 27, 1777; service 11 days, at the Northward; roll dated Richmond; also Capt. Aaron Rowley's Co.; Col. David Rosseter's detachment of Berkshire Co. militia; entered service Aug. 13, 1777; discharged Aug. 20, 1777; service 7 days, at Bennington.

    Daniel married Keziah BENTON Bef 1758, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA. Keziah (daughter of Jehiel BENTON and Sarah BERRY) was born 25 Mar 1736; died 28 Dec 1797, Richmond, Berkshire, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , Cone Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Keziah BENTONKeziah BENTON was born 25 Mar 1736 (daughter of Jehiel BENTON and Sarah BERRY); died 28 Dec 1797, Richmond, Berkshire, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , Cone Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts.
    Children:
    1. Eunice SLOSSON was born 25 Jan 1758, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Mass..
    2. 2. Jehiel SLOSSON was born 04 Nov 1758, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA; died 22 Jan 1807, Greenville, Greene County, New York.
    3. Anna SLOSSON was born 13 Dec 1761, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA; died 02 Aug 1851, Maine, Broome County, New York; was buried , Maine Cemetery, Maine, Broome Co., New York.
    4. Nathaniel SLOSSON was born 01 Mar 1764, Richmond, Berkshire County, Massachusetts; died 29 Aug 1822, Union, New York; was buried , Maine Village Cemetery, Maine Broome Co., New York.
    5. Sarah SLOSSON was born 11 Aug 1766, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Mass..
    6. Joseph SLOSSON was born 19 Oct 1770, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts; was christened Dec 1770, Kent, Connecticut; died 08 Sep 1842, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts; was buried , Cone Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts.
    7. Chloe SLOSSON was born 26 Dec 1775, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Mass.; died Aft 1850, Porter, Lewis Co., New York.

  3. 6.  Nathan DUDLEY

    Nathan — Rebecca STONE. Rebecca (daughter of Samuel STONE and Mercy ROWLEE) was born 28 Jul 1726, Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Rebecca STONE was born 28 Jul 1726, Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut (daughter of Samuel STONE and Mercy ROWLEE).
    Children:
    1. 3. Rebecca DUDLEY was born Bef 1762, Roxbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut; died 29 May 1827, Union, Broome County, New York; was buried 31 May 1827, Nanticoke Springs.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Nathaniel SLOSSON was born 1696, Bedford, Westchester, New York, USA (son of Eleazer SLAWSON and Susanna BELDING); died 08 Mar 1787, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA; was buried , Good Hill Cemetery, Kent, Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Nathaniel Slauson
    • Occupation: Between 1776 and 1780; Tax Collector, Kent, Conn.

    Notes:

    Born probably at Bedford, Westchester County, NY. Moved to Stamford Connecticut with his parents about 1697. First to use name SLOSSON, although he was referred to a SLASON, SLAWSON and SLASSON. He was left a full orphan in 1706 and removed to Deerfield, Franklin County, Mass. Raised by his mother's relative. After his marriage to Margaret Belding they resided at Norwalk until 1739, when they became part of the original group of settlers at Kent, Litchfield County, Connecticut. Interred in the family cemetery at Kent. He bought nine acres of land at Captain's Plain, in Norwalk, Conn., Feb. 24, 1720-1721; and five acres at Kent, in Norwalk, March 1, 1720-1721; and in each deed was described as of "Deerfield, Mass." He probable began his residence in Norwalk directly after buying the land; for he was called "of Norwalk," Nov. 16, 1721, when Samuel Belden gave him a deed of all of said Belden's right in the undivided lands in Norwalk, "in consideration of the love and good will which I have and do bear toward my loving cousin, Nathaniel Slawson of said Norwalk." He was chosen constable of Kent, Dec. 4, 1739; the town meeting was held at his house Sept. 1, 1740; and in 1744, he was a lister, and his own estate was valued at L55 10S. They joined the church in Kent, July 12, 1711.[Slosson 11-20-00 Greene.FTW]

    Moved to Stamford, CT with his parents about 1697. He was left a full orphan in 1706, and removed to Deerfield Franklyn Co., MA, where he was raised by his Mother's relatives. About 1717 or 1718 he returned to Connecticut, and resided in Norwalk, Fairfield County. Married 11 December 1719 at Deerfield to Margret Belding. They resided at Norwalk, mostly in the portion known as Wilton until 1739, when they became part of a group of original settlers at Kent, Litchfield County, Connecticut. He died 8 Mar 1787. They are interred in the family cemetery at Kent, CT.
    Nathaniel, after being orphaned, was brought up by Daniel Belding (1648-1731), who was undoubtedly related to his Mother. This is further substantiated by the fact that Daniel Belding had a sister, Susanna, and was therefore in all probability Nathaniel's uncle. Daniel Belding's son was William Belding, who married Margaret Arms, and their eldest child was Margaret Belding, who married Nathaniel. Nathaniel and his wife were, therefore, first cousins, once removed.
    With Nathaniel, the SLOSSON spelling of the name is first used, with the
    exception of his eldest children (daughters), all the dedcendents of Nathaniel
    have used this spelling. His father's (Eleazer's) will mentioning him by name,
    was proved under the name SLASON. His marriage record, on file in Deerfield,
    gives his name as SLASSON. When he returned from Deerfield to Norwalk with his bride he purchased land on 1 Feb 1720/1 and made a further purchase on 1 Mar 1729/1. In both these deeds he was "NATHANIEL SLASON". On 16 Nov 1721, Samuel Belden (Belding) (for differences of spelling of this name see notes for Eleazer Slason) presented him with a deed for rights in land "in consideration of the love and good will I have and do bear toward my cousin, Nathaniel Slawson, of said Norwalk". This is particularly interesting for two reasons: first; the reference to his "cousin". Previous genealogist, failing to have the connection between Nathaniel's mother and the Belding family, interpred this to mean "cousin" as a result of his marriage to Margaret Belding. Actually, Samuel meant what he stated when he said "cousin", and it is somewhat far reasoning for him to be guilty of publicly stating his "love" for a cousin-in-law. Nor did the donor say "Nathaniel Slawson, husband of my cousin, Margaret Slawson", which would be the usual phraseology in those days of meticulous accuracy as attested by the many documents so worded that are on file for other families, as well as other branches of this family. On close scrutiny, there seems to be no question that Samuel Belden (Belding) was acknowledging the blood relation existing between himself and Nathaniel Slawson.
    He bought 9 acres of land at Captain's Plain in Norwalk in 1720 or 1721, 5 acres in Kent; and on 11 Jun 1722 two parcels of land on E side of the E branch of Pimpsewaug River at Pimpsewaug, Norwalk, and on 14 Aug 1729, 1 1/2 acres from his father-in-law, William Belding adjoining his homestead in the Parish of Wilton which included the districts of Kent and Pimpsewaug, CT.
    He and Margaret were members of the church at Wilton at the ordination of Rev. Wm. Gaylord 13 Feb 1732-3.
    In the first division of lands at Kent in May, 1738, he drew lot #21 about 3
    miles NE of Kent village, in the district called Flanders; and tradition says he
    settled thereon about 1 Nov 1739. He was chosen constable of Kent 4 Dec 17339.
    They joined the church at Kent 12 Jul 1741.

    "George Slawson: An American Pioneer" by Harold D. Slosson - Born in Bedford, raised in Deerfield, Mass.; he moved in 1720 to Wilton and Norwalk, Conn.; next in 1739, becoming one of the original shareholders of Kent, Conn.

    Nathaniel married Margaret BELDEN 11 Dec 1719, Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts, USA. Margaret (daughter of William BELDEN and Margaret ARMS) was born 10 Feb 1701, Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts, USA; died 14 Apr 1780, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA; was buried , Good Hill Cemetery, Kent, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Margaret BELDEN was born 10 Feb 1701, Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts, USA (daughter of William BELDEN and Margaret ARMS); died 14 Apr 1780, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA; was buried , Good Hill Cemetery, Kent, Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Belding; Also known as Margaret Belden

    Notes:

    [Slosson 11-20-00 Greene.FTW]

    In 1704 the French and their Indian allies massacred English Settlers at
    Deerfield, Massachusets.

    Children:
    1. Eleazer SLOSSON was born 02 May 1737, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA; died Aft 1790, Grand Isle, Vermont, USA.
    2. Susanna SLOSSON was born Abt 1727, Wilton, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA.
    3. Nathan SLOSSON was born 30 Jan 1739, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA; died 05 Oct 1821, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA; was buried , Good Hill Cemetery, Kent, Connecticut.
    4. John SLOSSON was born Abt 1737, Bolton, Tolland, Connecticut, USA; died Between 1799 and 1800, Lisle, Broome, New York, USA.
    5. Enoch SLOSSON was born 13 Aug 1733, Wilton, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA; died 21 Feb 1827, Newark Valley, Tioga, New York, USA; was buried , Old Burial Gnd, Berkshire, NY.
    6. Betty SLOSSON was born 1744, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA; died Abt 1746.
    7. Prudence SLOSSON was born Abt 1723, Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA; died 1782, New York, USA.
    8. 4. Daniel SLOSSON was born Abt 1729, Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA; died 27 Feb 1805, Richmond, Berkshire, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , Cone Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts.
    9. Abigail SLOSSON was born Abt 1726, Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA; died Jan 1813, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA.
    10. Mary SLAWSON was born 06 Aug 1721, Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA; died 14 Dec 1817, Greenfield, Greene County, New York.
    11. Elijah SLOSSON was born 10 May 1735, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA; died 27 Oct 1809, New Lebanon, Columbia, New York, USA.
    12. Sarah SLOSSON was born 24 Mar 1741, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA.

  3. 10.  Jehiel BENTON was born 27 Jan 1710, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut (son of Joseph BENTON and Sarah WATERS); died 30 Oct 1789, Kent, Litchfield Co., Connecticut.

    Other Events:

    • Baptism: 28 Jan 1710, Hartford, Hartford County,Connecticut

    Jehiel — Sarah BERRY. Sarah (daughter of Nathaniel BERRY and Elizabeth PHILBRICK) was born Abt 1706, Greenland, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; died 16 Sep 1784, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Sarah BERRY was born Abt 1706, Greenland, Rockingham County, New Hampshire (daughter of Nathaniel BERRY and Elizabeth PHILBRICK); died 16 Sep 1784, Kent, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA.
    Children:
    1. 5. Keziah BENTON was born 25 Mar 1736; died 28 Dec 1797, Richmond, Berkshire, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , Cone Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts.

  5. 14.  Samuel STONE was born 25 Aug 1685, Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut (son of Samuel STONE and Sarah TAINTOR); died 4 Feb 1756, Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut.

    Samuel married Mercy ROWLEE 5 Nov 1716. Mercy was born , Falmouth, Massachusetts; died 26 Sep 1755, Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  6. 15.  Mercy ROWLEE was born , Falmouth, Massachusetts; died 26 Sep 1755, Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut.
    Children:
    1. Zipporah STONE was born 28 Apr 1720, Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut; died 25 Jun 1800, Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut.
    2. Abner STONE was born 26 Sep 1722, Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut; died 22 Aug 1767, Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut.
    3. 7. Rebecca STONE was born 28 Jul 1726, Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut.